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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta M. 1012 T1IK LKTHBKTDOR DAILY HKKAIYfl MeiBESMMSlU BHB! MHB5SBI CRY FOR ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR 'I'lmt IK theyicry Tor the'brond, cuke and pie it, biiUcil tlila delightful flour. They from past how lifilit. i'isiky Ettu! taaly tlic llreail brplo Is when bulled with k. CHvo'the kliUliiis all (hoy want. H initho healthiest and most pleasing flour on I lie markiil. GET A SACK TODAY QUEEN CONTEST ENDS 9 O'CLOCK! MISS HATCH WAS AHEAD AT ONE BE 1310 VOTE The Vote at 1 o'clock today Miss Hatch 1410 Mlas EckEtorin 1250 .Miss Nealc (Contest closes it 9 sharp tonight) Tlio contest Tor Queen of tin1 Dry- Ffirminjj- Congress clonfiK :d !i o't-lock this evening mid the three roniestunts aro on Che' last ptretcn, Miss Hatch, daughter of the mayor in tile lead this iiflcrnooii. Misu llalclt roiled to Hie limd in the I'act! last when "he re- ceived a larg-a paokiifiu of votoji from friends out of town, who just learned of her candidacy, and this inoi Jinn there a rally-In a of her in Hie city, for they deposited 80 votes, as against 20 for Mi us Eel'.- MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONF.k: Office, 12JI4 Within ouch heart 11) lies apart l-'rorn till iia CiiVCK sorrows, A Piinidfse, no sishs, A world of hanjiy incri'ows. Clubs and Societies mailer o glow No nioi'e with slaiiimss" it' .each has flown loo soon And left a of .siimuaa? A of tho 1. 0. G. T. will be i held in hall. North I.ethlirliige, on Tiuiralay evening at S o'clock, 1 officers will ba elected. nihnj1 luvc, iji; Xo toiift.s ono li-'iti' leiuier. No iips so pure :is tiiose '.vhich Jure; Tlio soul v'isiaw-'tl Airy, .1. .Mahou ami fiiiuiiy Uavo re- turnt'il from an extended visit friends in thft east. ami Elevator Co. S0B MILLS AT LETtHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGHATH S Ja storm and 10 for Mins N'eale. The1 total vole of MU.3 Jlatch at 10 o'clcclt as amiouuccd His JurtWJ. .Messrs, i ilt this Jackson and Annstrong was 1410 will! arc hid.lcn. Mtis ICnkntorm second with 12SO and -Miss Ncalo third with I There were numerous renucnts for UckcU at the Dry-Fannlas Congrcsn I Tho WcKtmiiiBtfir League enrolled twelve new members ill their i le-cptlun ser i ice last Jliss i Kinhy, who was elected president, is i itnaijlc 10 ad, so that fuli reporl. of officer1) ck'clert will bo announcPil I later. The acJiorl committee up- to decnvnin Westminster Chi.Tch for rally day, and harvust sor- vicea. whle'n will he held next Sim- day, ia asked to' meet at the church on Satiuxl'iy afternoon. Only a few I1. ,L. Xaiemith d'etro'Of a brlrlse, "v.-hli this morni--ig, anil also tn by -F. O. ev- the Red Cross Orujr Storo, Arm-j strong's jewelry tore and Jackson j Co.'s di-iig Vitoix1. Thin would nidi- j p c.Uti a very litrgu vote bulng cast o[ his aflfM'noon ,and (.'I'diliig. and the' friends of the can-; diiliites will work rlielr hc- iwrtn iow and 'the of r.hc -tj was ;i Ua_ ywstsrdhy. The of St. .Monica's Guild of St. Augustin'u aud any other ladies at the congregation who raise-n i care to help, arc aslied to in the v.-ill bo Parish half at two o'clock on Friday rJfernocn ne-xt for vha puriioso of niflking wreatiMijES of israin for harvest tlianksgivlng deconiUons. The: will lie held on 27. iie honor to Be From This State at the Congress 'Arizotia; the Iflra't time in her a carload ol ricultural' exhibits bc of tilt- world at the pi cK of Ya- ut altrac- will he d iwrtn fiow and 'the polls to elect tholr The bullol hnx in the -drug .aiorc uf i'o-, corner of Tliinl ;ivi'inte iiinl Seventli csreet. ami ilie- i-idgta >vill In; on hriml at o'clock ;o count, the vote, and annoiincc i.ho .c-jiiU. The Quepii will tlio havt? (o tirrungo detiils of hsr .isstlsumts, UK: urcsrain for her first anpi'ar- Some of "Hie fuir.bus fnriiiiili fjiw of tin1 lions o? Mi's tlic fore viLh sunn1 j n in nnil root crops; sntds !aonic fin3 shpuf ordiiljils fu 111 Jac'luiKS Jt'lat will make scum; ni Uio up and lake, notice. Most of tic'imit' itncc In uulillc al tlw sroat tarpeifctfl it'xiiibiletl is grown allitiide.s (IP-; it is pxpectdd (hat everybody In I.etli- .'tween fKOUO and feel st.a' bridge will tiiwnd this performance, store the notice Erum orchards v ikii ;tml ihr hull should he filled io over- present Inlenui-1 h.lVc ui watpr of the objact of ihc I'ntil Ifiis year, enrertairimi-nt. to- iirovitio tov sniiHlgr.-pdls-havf ncVrr horn rf'sorlcil, the of the Ury-Farming gross Board'? oT tho' cxucnsc of Tho daiica t-j lie sirrn hv n Krieuda in the S. O. lmnsuay cuing promise a tional Dry-Farming Congress. The Rxhihit is in charge of Malcolm-Fra- secretary oi the Prescott, Ai'i- zoria, Cliamber of Coramorce, and ho j brans, irom'seeil fonril, coastruc'Jon of h'uildi: -ivili he assisted by .J. Angle, OL fcweive ycurs ag0 jn Director announces t'naf the' AVillctii', a prominent lumber raer- in the Vrnlc Vnliev, ballot Is fir.n yh-Jiw, und the i-e- and'A. Montcith McOmlc, ag- bf, scon hv ,lU visitors. They'arc ihc i hcarsal at the auditorium last eVeu- riculturist of the University oi Art- j rdihlc a ins nieajed him immensely. The xona, Tucson. Next week the in menu, and will j is going; on vapidly Mr be relished hy nil Uioxc (o "bRiin-fcsl-s" arc u -tinie-hoiioreil cei'c- time is amkipnted. The social. "A LOU ml the sivea hy th4 Kiic.'onh league inieresi- inH it was uni-'iiie. At eight o'- filoc't, thoFC who iuul arrived nt chtin-'i aliiriS'il out under the direc- of n s'.iif'lR. :uid were first taken to of Al-iss JJneurd, ly rsjjreacn: India. Thr- at-slrlanta. -V.iss Dlccr and .Miss dressed in cos- itune of India, and soup and nigcer toes were served. The next slop was made at Airs. Eckmd Crawford's homo, represxtited .Japan. Oliss j llov.-san, Miss -'Li It in Podger und Kdra 'Smith, aienclg: wda hostess c lafii. niiCEeu, 1'iny. bright littls affair Five himdrrd the three tallies being in Southard uromises that alt bo i fur the performance tomor- I row. The Cadets and the Y. M- C'. A.-slh- I iaU-s arc practising dailv aud -their ipnit in the nerfonnaiice will be most; 1 .Mrs. E. If. Wilson was u luncheon hostess today- in. .tcurtcsy to 11 rs. P. L. Xaismith, ijeavcs shortly tn t'csius in Calgary. wqre laid for ten.' Frascr shipped the A rizoaa- I'ui: from FrescoU Orlohcr 1. H was near I'arlccr. Arizona, for. four ihiys, cuunticK-, wliich funtisivythe bulk j in "t.uthhriilge lo- interesting. The Kilties -iiave been of thi1 Arizona exhibits, have an will have hern nn the ;roadj practicing their dances, and the, .....v :ittemi in inrgftj Higinbotham Next week the Ari'.'.ona dclricutiqn, will bo joined hy K- N. National Executive cotn- iniUei'nun rronr'Arizona to the Con- ijniss, and ono of Arizona's foremost and most wealthy hankers. Uochise, Navajq and "Yu- hut HGO1 davs, making a juiiriicy" of over U-C-I miles, .frafiic ofiicials -sr.y 'this 'is thb npni mire. fastest" tiir-v rver mnde from south to; bon't forget that the ticlteta 'over by H. -J. H. bkeitn far-'greater Hhan -lllin- Jersey. The total; area in "these counties, .devoted" to1 -agricul- ,mrc at. this time, is less than ani'os hut, irrigation schemes approaching completion, will increase warm in Ms praise of the kind vole tlip combined acreages'ot these, ship shown for Irs car hy the t'ana-' thul. the main dry. farming counties" of" the TICW I'd i an' Pacific thrpu.a.H (Icncral stale, to over I Agent Tom Wall, of Spokcnc. j Mr. and Mrs. J. -31. Thomas and haye returned li'om u visit in the East, and have iaktm up their rczidfmcc at 1257 Fourth avenue. i Muriel Pcdser, cp'-'-'ned in Japanese To kimcnas. served tea and rice, which tha guests aie chop clicks, -scal- ed on tho floor in Oriental fasliion. The train next halted Jit Mrs. Ralph Shantz's Germany. .Miss Agar and Miss Pound assisted, saurltraut aud 'weiners on toast bctng-.served. Readings pivcn in Gorman hy .Mr.'Sbantz and anrl a ijlpasing solo rendered hy Mr. The final step vris made at the home of -Mrs. Cr.ok, which represented Canada. Maple syrup, biscuits and'apples weve j Ihe menu here. About eighty-live took in the exrursion. relays leaving Thn Misses Phi hps. the. raison d 0 hour function, of Toronto, if ii diiiiity tea claimed -Miss folk number.-., for they are good lime. of a Sweet yeas and rbVcs mads a' pretty I Dicture of the tea table, which hy a car of-freight; Fcaaer purchased today in order lo record j and S. .lories (High lllverj. of the festival and The deft asslstaula were Miss Ma price per aeut is 31 with'j jcrie liiginhothatn and Mies Neaic. the clmreh at S. 8.20 and S.40 p.m. Uo- ing on the trip was a splendid way to get acquainted, and tiie league will also a ueat sum. PUPILS NICKNAME PRINCE MINISTER OF RAILWAYS PROVES ROUTE OF NEW j RAILWAY PROJECT I t Qttiwa, Oct. Frank Couh-( tanc, minister of railways, this mcrnj ing resumed consideration of the ap- plication tlm Alberta, Peace River and Kastern railway for appnivtil oi its route map covering the line the int-etnational boundary llirough Calvary antl Krtmonton to Peace rr and Port Churchill. The minister: the view that between I'M-! inouton and Calgary the proposed lin? pretty oloso to the V.ut; deciiied to approve, lie stated that; the application will he made by the j company for the right to build from] Cochrane to Calgary. The route oi the Grand Trunk Pacific brunch lincv from jUoose .law to Rivcrade approved. London, .Ocl. i'ord utidtii'sTartuates have, nanu'd the Prince of who has juiii. enveiv.ii thuro, an cstablishntl custom of the to rail tlm Victoria "Thn Qnagser" and the Princn by analogy is "The Pragser." "Wales rather n diificni- saifl an undergraduate in explanation, v.-as the only jjoasihle sji.ttiuu 1 whicii seemed to in." 1 tlskets for chil-Jren at 50 coots, j i IBSEN WHO MAN I BRITiSE'SHIPS i Jfr. aiul -Mrs. J. WhiUiny returned a visit in Toronto ivinsston. They were accompanied j homo by Mi's. mother, Ilntlon, Rf will remain' on an ervter.dpfi ENTERTAIN THE VISITORS Ijmilim, Oct. lo Hut limA tiioiv arc and other iorcii-ncrs :cn sliips, as Over i.'i.OIH) ihc i "Rev. J. E. Jlurrel-JVrlglit returned this afternoon from Calsary. he interviewed the Kev. Paul B. Bull, j II.A., who will conduct the mission o. j help in St. Augi: vembEV. IMPORTANT COMMITTEE ARE SUMMONED. TO MEET THIS WEEK MARKET IS hundred dollars is pretty lair picking as the result of one night's work and it .looks aa if tho ue-.v chit'C poiicc out to uitabl'lsli a rtcord by tho Hie golden shekels rolled lulu the ctf.v treasurer's cofCera ul'ter police court over this meriting, Tlva manip- ulators of ihc pasteboards and ivorie- get hist two I coinmitiro oi the Dry bunchES of them did, antl they shelled Church in NC-, Karniing Congress v.-ill mtet qvei. niore tic. ;rs'tluiit any of them the voracious police officers hi'en called bv C. O. K. Mrs. T. .Maync Daly, vulow oi iiie tn linal j ,S e p t iwo feks iho Hi foe the n-ci-ption and hnhhug UUli of delegates next v.-fes. 'Ihe i t tl r h 5 tenet illy Stylish Shoes For Fall Fvery woman of good taste and culture re- cognises the necessity of dressy footwear, and at the same time desires shoes that are comfortable and durable ttill find them IKMC in iMcal don't i isk umiiorl and bnl bin -.liuo-. that .no ol 1lic name Keep uui hngeis on (he puUc ol dependable sboe sujtpU Jii ihecoiir- and gui lie i tho styles -is soon ,110 pioduoed and back tliciu up with M too thai means staling" i in mil lo MhcM instance the ,iu' cliosen lo Hie hour inU'icst wliLlbei noecl Iliem iiuNV oi not, M> tome htM'e -tiivl will take pluiMUO insbow ins tliem LADIES' GUN METAL button or Uce styles, with kid top. -A smart shoo wear. LADIES' PATENT SHOES i" bulton ;iud lace with velvet lop. A very dressy shoe, LADIES' TAN CALF SHOES iu but- ton lace, welted, swing smart; walking shoe. LADIES' RENOWNED "CIL-KI.D FOOTWEAR ill thn very latest En lasts. KM'worn in New York. 1'niTS Range from SS.OO CITY COFFERS WELL REPLENISHED PEACE PREVENTED UNPLEASANTNESS ON THE OAMBL-NC (TRIPLE ENTENTE HAD PLANS TO JOINTS BRINGS IN-COUPLE OF HUNDRED PREVENT ITALY BLOCKING; THE DARDANELLES. Ion imporlant business al Itc tl.tttook i pht btfui-t t-'lnb at lac ir.ccting br.s ite. Of police TEA MERCHANT VISITS WEST Toronto, Out., Oct. Thomas Upton will arrive in the city on Men- day for a three-clays' sLay. From hpro he v.-ill go to tba Pacific coast, stop- at Winnipeg, and otiirr poiiitH en route. This will bo tli-e firsi irip that Sir Thomas Lipton has made to the Canadian West. An Old-Timc Public Servant Jerry ft.-.r tho rriSi tMrtyj years connected with Dominion land; offices in and Alberta, it ol' rni- tv.'eniy-rhreo iltcre of eral (iPbilily. lie was of ago. i Mrs Or! Cnnirnilifi, of Calgary. 11, reports trim. iV3s Ihc of u ten shower liii'.l larp.u imp ol fov Miss Bailey, of the Cal- pxfcctr.i this year ami llial rtary Womi-n's I'TCSS club, mar- si heavy (Iflil is rinse muted icdiy lo .Mr. the Imiicn riiHivnor .In j. p.'Prlc-c. of Toledo, Ohio. tiiitor of t-ic Aloniinif ing are u.-.'lilhcrs c.i llx commit-1 ,x mt, i 1.. As'iuitl', A. Hr.rr.slcy, ,tlepl u U. Hl.iiiciianl, H. t ID. u t A. Mlidluniui, K. A. I'. I [co: iils do i ot v i o R. Daniel, Komlil Hugh Don- j ;iem." v ln ,UouLl the) linn, S. S, Dunham, lit. (-'altraiili, I !a- a cl. uvo UUyn-ay. mitt! i lay .of thi; Und ti" i1 .icnl In of them. Olt S, I'.uaii, i. r. (-alki-ailli, W. Hamilton, W.' (h f end (.okcr Ui iiUnilicn In tures him bei ill i editor E-.nd BELIGIOVS Orders I'illod prorniil- ly lor Bread, Cakes, Pastry Sillfi CVCI'V fi. IJiHiiinlsiMi S. Hon. A. J. McLean Returning liuHetin: lion. A. .1. Lean, provincial fer.Tlary. icf; Grande Prairie Oily on (he I8iii run! is expected to arrive in K.'lsni lo-l day. A team left J.'Mson to nieel I'i'.r about half-way. It i.-; tho minisu-r will remain a son, iind ac'inaiiit himself sent conditions there. He I; met by (lopntations of the lov.-n i-ruin fil and Ihe of 'i'lMlli: of liia (own. MECHANICS i ll UNDER 11 u'a. out., Oct. r.n-1 ''linn that ecntciniiliited civil scr-j the placing rl I the civil service comin nninlit'.' of llieric Ihe government employ, who .Miss licilcy was Eoeiety -ifcf ial vrrker on Jlorn- is ihp thin- nicni- Pri.-s ihrt LO enwr iiils scascn. .'s by her sictcr. lliginhoilmni, W. .M. IlriTis .Ic'linstoni', 0,'nrop, K. MacNeit, C. C. C. 0. (chui i -I. i. Salhcrg. Ii. Si.affonl, Mr. Syil.-.l PflOTESTING NORTH SHOOTING ilaioid Hichurdsou, slon. l-horci London, Out., iliu fcrmer lieins a son or Arcatieaer.n arn'sou. of llroupadalc, have h.-en rr-', ill honor j t'rim-c Cliritilian. i n all n ir.i-.r.i- i mosi. ii don. U la--- I1- I.ibernis today another i petition. This iigniitsL Hie o! .1. A. McUonr.lti pellc. The charge.; ar? yielded up six, while I'ptoo'j IllMo busier Upion ivaa rued tlfiy and V. Raker. keeper n" other ficiiU 5-0 and II. MoMHUa Hiul K. AaUersoii diew down fifteen ftiid while .lobii- (Una. Chr'.'jlQpbor. Henry Smith, John Murray, tiro. Phill- ips, .i. Noonr.'i, S. King, GusJIi'O !y. MoffaL untl 1J. Ilobcrtson who ivere silting when iho fi'oh in the iiuiH1 ct' UMI coats. It a vory Pd bv til SI Ott clufiion of (lie peace l.clwecjn.'ltaly-and Tiirbcv buy coiiss at an ntnt It is Itun it fiom a well in cnnlidi'tilial source that the despatch of Hit! Hritisli war ships io Ihc Aegean sea an.l the1 mobilization1 of I.IIR Krendi Mediturranoan fleet was i pi HI of 1Itf IienUi and gournmciiit. to n itifv Italj that tho avowed intention o! attacking tlie Dardauellt'S. which would mean thw closing of iho .straits would be vrnU'd bv Groal- Hrtlain and (he full approval of Ruirsia, rdiiiinrrt'ial interest would siif- [M pc hl, ,hnn Of -tho uthrc pnv.crx of triple entente. COSTS SOME TO BEAUTIFY CALGARY Cidfiary. Oct. H. Miw the 'iieanty erpert, nrobr.bly be fommis'-Joned by the oitv of Citla.ary to drait n Galgarj uiy lietiutiful nha-rge for the prt-'iinnuary iu the nr-ighboibood oi ten thousand dol- ju u-n JUDGMENT .RESERVED ivs. In thd this njorutnr, arguinciHa Ver and Knioni On! Oi-; j nlur Fall whic'ti diuMcd toarij j lief ore- flon. of (J! I taw.'., th.: princiiinlYiisc a! of nijiit.slauKlHor, f.liursc1 t .Viilto nmiir.g on; of ol" his roii-.-in Hitifj (IriiirKin itirl on Imurinj-: iho ovirl i KIC! "fiKll lit BENZINE EXPLODED to, rinr.. ion :i n: of ?.ine iii y. uniiu at Li'.c i-.Iiii! the Fiiailior Co., -iffornnnn, ejitMCfiian iv'.jiL-h in imlnf.i! iajr.rlca 10 en. used mitl 0 .yours- Thfcy won1 biiil! fiiiout the FiK-e ;irid !1 !i brltiQS Li'ck on Ba ing day btoaiisa every rcquisi of a parfcct bjUing powder is "Albfirt.-.'a soliitc'.y "Aiberla's Dcst is pefecliy from any subsianco injuricua to rtallh. "Aitcrla's. Biit" Ii o vi'liil Aah ;