Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THJB HEKAliD Monday, October Are You Awake to The Fact That the kind of Furni- ture you are looking for to improve and up your.home for the win- ter is just 'the kind we have in stock. Comfortable Chairs and Card Tables to while aWay the long evenings. Warm Rugs and Car- pets for the Curtains for those draughty windows. Choice Goods at Reasonable Prices Standard Furniture Co. 324 6th Street South Phone 483 Edittd by Phont'1052 THE PEOPLE OF Lethbridge snce learited to .elate the -'unique' offer from "trine rto -time. Those -who' watch. out for, these ads or "keep tab on my Trill get snaps im.- heard .of. Some., of these., arq "50 per cent, below cost. Think of a Lady's Welted pat but. os." at is ridiculous but I hare -a few left that go. -Also a, bunch of gents' fine boots, sizes 8 and 7 'at -Get in- eaflr- after these -for they must go quickly. They -are to be found at Store SEGREGATE MEN SAME AS WOMEN But Rev. Mr. AUvins Is Against Segregation of Any Kind Rev. J. "wV 'Aikensiv-B.A., .one of tie j field secrecaries oi Temperance Mor- jal Kefonn department of. 'the Methodist j 3.'six day'.s campaign in Wesley church, yesterday.. He. is a verv effective" speaker, somewhat dra.- ma tic "in his actions, crowds present at all services seemed to ,r be rauch-iuipressed Ms delive'rancES. i In the 'morning: service Sir. Aikensi chose for Sis _ test Is." .pour water-upon him'that is thirsty, floojls Aground." is a- revelation; of (Sod's miliii.e- joaankiacL .It r-> veals the'abundance or the divine blessings.. They are poured out boun- tifully...' .The: is. superJa- tives to describe the'- riches 01 His grace. The amount received is Percy Crosby 114 Round St Are you satisfied with your milk supply If not, phone 1065 Cox Son have been proved to have the best milk in the city. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Visiting Days Tne hostesses tomorrow will be: Mrs. T..F. O'Jtiagaj, 410 Ernest St. Mrs. R." Anderson, 605 Ashmead St. Mrs. K. J. Goocte, 620 Ashmead St. Mrs. Andrews and iliss Dawson will receive for the lirsc in Leth- bridge on Thursday from four to six at 1415 Courtlaad street (corner Will- iam and- ..Court aid afterwards on first Monday of the month. f f 3irs. C. Bowman, Thirteenth St., returned on Saturday morning from a trip to Banff and Calgary. a Mr. and 'Mrs. S. J. Shepherd are entertaining Mrs.. Shepherd's mother, rs. John JDixoa.of. Maple Creek, ilrs. J. Keau has returned from spending "two weeks with her husband on their fruit lands on. the Kootenay JLake and Crawford's Bay, B. C. rs. G-. E. Fleming return- led last evening -via Seattle and Spo- Kane from their honeymoon trip at the coast. They will reside for the w-inter in the E. A. Sharman home on Ford street. Mrs. C. A. Little, ..Gryn street, en- tertained a number of friends Satur- day evening as a courtesy to Miss Constance Dooiey, who leaves shortly to spend the winter in England, and Mr.. Ernest Dooiey, who left yester- day for Sault ;Ste. Marie, Ont., where. he will .be united" in marriage with one of that city's fair daughters next week. The evening was pleasantly spent- dancing and before the guests departed- the hostess served, delicious rerresnments, f Nearly every member of St. Aug- ustin's congregation will proba'bly be guests at 'the At Home which wil-1 be held in the parish hall tomorrow even- ing for an. unusually delightful pro- gramme has been, planned for entertainment- Tho'se "who have consented -to assist with the LEGISLATURE OPENS ON NOV.IOTH Edmonton, Oct.- Alberta Legislature has been called to meet on Monday, Nov. 10th. MABKETS Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. ed closed Nov. opened closed Dec. opened 94Vj, closed May opened closed cash close 1 Nor. 96; 2 Nor. J3 -Nor. 2 white oats, Flax 2.40. Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg, Itfan., Oct. stoc1-: i report receipts of cattle over nigh; (were under three hundred head and jwere composed mostly of western stuff in -transit for the 'old country. Only three loads of, inferior.'feeders are reported to have changed Iiauds on the market this morning at ten although, local houses.had niade bids on' some through stuff and .hoped tc. get" them. Sales this' morning were, reported to have been from to Calves were firm to and hogs steady at per cwt. of cars. Winnipeg receipts were as cattle 2SO, 2 bulls; 124'hogs. i is a Rust-Proof Oven You can scrub-the oven., of a McClary's 'Sask-Alta Steel it .can't be harmed with soap and .jvater. It is made of.McClary nickel-steel, tHe best material for oven linings Jpiovm to the range-making craft... Moisture, from any cause, never affects it It resists all-rust and can be always kept clean, sweet and sanitary. This exclusive McClary feature is but one of many points or superiority. When you see. a Steel Range! _-- MURRAY GOT ONE YEAR you will; readily "agree that it has every you .ought to have at your service for real'work, month 'in, and -month out. --.Before you'order'a new range, the nearest McClary agent and ask him to show you-why a Sask-Alta excels from your, point of view. Write for a.Sask-Alta tells all. about.it.- Address the nearest branch gramme are Mesdames Meidrurn d'Waddington, Misses Archer, Free; moral welfare: ..The Christ should1 Jesus Christ in the world "five He. ..recognized the divine gov- 'He; showed: the world the in his Kingdom7-was them and-, to be -leader .a man must be a good servant-. "The speaker parties' who' en- Cross oi Jesus i1311 and in.- the fore- Meldrum, Cunning- ham and St.'Augustin's-aew choir di- rector. -Mr. J. W. Jones, j, T, i deavored to bribe an'electorate, and tnsoom He ahvays .who accepted it. sends his grace to the very spot that To accept a. ,-Drrtie -Was; worse than sold bis'birthright for a needs_it. -Jesus is God's wise provi- Juda sion ror the neeos 01 men. This Uxt GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Flowers. Soses, Car lily of the Vallej. And all other Flowers !n sea- son. Funeral Designs, "Wed- ding Bouquets and. Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent Free delivery to all parts of the city. GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Bartleti and London Road; Phone 6T5 P. O. Box 1353. sion for the needs of men.. This Uxt> mess f tt also, God's personal care of xesponsaie for Con- every one. Jesus emphasized the val- ue -of the individual. In lh'? he i.s unique and time has justified bis in- sight, Then there is the community .and the national blessing, ;'the These are great spiritual signing women to segregated districts also came in for their share of con- demnation. 'if the principle is right, f it should place th-e women on an equal woman Js to bc so also should the fallen maaLbc; he not like n God and be responsible for such tion. Men in ofQce should lilt up' and not crowd or in the language of the converted Socialist, "Up -with all that's and not as he for- merly viewed it "Down attended, Mrs. Aikens' address nst m relatlQI quickening masses oi people, cJcansms to have to stand before the bar the public lne and the public con- science, and, .promoting fruit-fulness of moral and spiritual life. Conditions often seem hopeless to us, but God can easily accomplish the task of saving the people if we do our part. Afternoon Mass Meeting j bSll! Jesus attached himself to the dem- I 9crac5" and believed in --every man be- I ing informed- as to his duties to his j countrv and his fellowman, and men. many rnen objected to politics and re-, todav Vho were' deliberately ignorant ligion heing united but he would em- shouid d ived f phasize the f act, that the minister oi; erv hayi Tote it the gospel is a citizen of his country roi the.moral beijlg of Ms cit just as much as anyone else, and is! Thc Speaker ciosed bv ureirie under obligation that country as, hearers to vote for clean well as Some object to the dca goyernment, and" to unite minister asserting huaseli in mumci- in which pal .auairs-because th-ey claim that! he doesn't put money _ into It, but he jn for citizenship, evening service Mr. Aikens ately there, was no reporter present to take notes of this very able de- PERMITS TO BUILD Pau-1 Audet, dwelling. Fourteenth St. 3., ?1800.00. C. de Try, dwelling. Eight Ave. X 5100.00. V. Boen, dwelling, Seventeenth St N-. ?150.00. Jas, M. Young, dwelling, Sixth Ave to good, 'as it is influenced. either direction. contention- was- true, hel quoted .'City-' to show th'at a .mfnister7had in- a: -single year .caused closing up of 356" sa- 200 hells and. 60 hous es of- ill-repute." Police magistrates, hare been mental in creating "clean conditions. objected'to money the .only preached to a crowded house on the thing; of: value in a j of the Leaven." Unfortun- that .minister gave-was-" ot i incalculably more, since it -was j that. which; -ia'ade vthe investments of- j with- i d_raw the. gospel'Vfrom toe centre .of and" "therein weje" A.preacher 'should I in; the of public sentiment, since, will naturally .eo-trcm good to bad or had C L'U BS A N O v SO CIETIES The Knox Church Guild wiil_hold a social this evening in :the. of the church. All young people of ttte congregation are -invited. i f This evening St.. Patrick's Altar Society will hold another of. their pleasant card parties in St. Augustin's parish hall. A women's mass meeting will be held in Wesley church on Wednesday arternoon at three o'clock. The Rev. J. W. Aikens will address "the meet- John Murray, the C.P.R.'night, tide et agent at-Medicine Hat, who was arrested at Swift Current recently while trying .to "get out 'ot the coun- and who was brought back' to answer "a charge' of forgin an em- ployee's name-to a: cheque for and obtaining the money, was. found 'guilty and sentenced by Mr.' Justice Stuart to one year's imprisonment in the Lethbridge guard" rooin. He "was "brought yesterday to serve his term. Murray "was a young Scotch- man and. has only been: in the country about a couple of years: Blate .of G-ladys, Alta.. is spending: a few- days ;with his sisr Bricker, at her home on Sixth Ave., north. AN OPEN LETUR OF APOLOGY London, Toronto, Winnipeg. St. Joan, N.B., For .Sale Stefforii-fipew iBttferiilgB To A. H. McKcown, Esq., Chairman "so-called" .business men's meeting Dear regret the necessity of Y.o-n can ;enj oy your -meals v Excellent-cuisine; quick service -prlees-Lcwe put tliis the front, than four months... in Kev. J. W. Aikens will childrens' mass cnurch this week. One on Tuesday with the regular meeting of the city council. I am -with you in spirit, how as the appendix remarked from inside the glass contaiafcr. Allow me this opportunity to ex- men -of-Lethbriage. r sta- '-since tistics or" attendaHCe at' "Board of So'inuch'for statistics. "O-- Trade meetings by rnombers of that 'busiriess men 'pfteth- Board ar-e (orcign...t6 the question of bridge'put" their-hand >plov having public business meetings .-out- flicy-finish, the side of: pri'yate. biisiness hours, anu without mild these comparisons only'remind -one bi excitement--of a', iemon whair I'heard Fox IVIaulc everv-.few Vardsr.. .the Caa arternoon at euLemoon at press my'sympathy, with, yourseli and dent" when ---Che. sturu-'d-with-food English- others in tms, the hour 01 your _ Board TOCctiags were held in the coun man, a -.starved Scotchman, or address J f.eler the JVIe and G-od cu the members responded a. half-drunk Irishman, are .equally meetings- at 'Weslev, adaress delivered at the Board .oi i promptly to business' calls, but not in business or in a fight, butVi't i other day; it reads to- the hearing- of reports-; as the. lives the Jirst-nartcd an-.undue- y awesome, and all that sort ot really amount to nowadays, vou "throw" thV i our publicly expressed appro-1 the other at the ine otner at me same hour on Thursdays Every child in the city is" invited FIGHT Arrangements were completed -by -with Vancouver for the appear- ance of the original Johnson-Jeffries COWAN LEAF LABEL) Cowan's 'Perfection Cocoa'is perfection itself. Its matchless parity, smoothness and natural chocolate flavor; has placed COWAN'S in a class by itself. Your grocer will supply it. isi COWAN CO., LIMITED, contest at Reno, Nev.t July 4, 1910, to appear at tfle' Majestic theatre- Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Tne public have demanded a view of these pictures and the people of JLetnibridge should ba thankful 'that no "more preliminaries are to be plac- ed 'before them such as slides, train- ing, scenes, etc, The reproduction of this champion- ship contest wherein" Jeffries tried to defend the white race, is' the very best obtainable in the way of motion pictures. The conditions from a pho- tographic standpoint are perfect. The day was ideal, the ring covering was white and the picture machine operat- ors nad their choice of location from the ring side. The length of the series, complete, is said to 'be six miles, there being 8 reels. They cover the contest com- pletely. from the signing of the ar- ticles to the paying over ot the cheque to the winner. The management has secured these pictures for two performances instead of one, as was originally intended. for Tuesday and Wednesday, iSth and at the Majestic NATIONALS WILL HAVE A CANDIDATE Ottawa, Oct. Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier leit today for Montreal and Artha bascaviHe. It is understood 'that he will look into the situation regarding the bye-election in Drummond basca, where the Nationalist-s will pat a candidate in the field. h the oftBoard oi .he. Board On one sweetly solemn occasion of-normal by aneguality. _ hi-; Timnrpdiv is-nnrnd in Mr. Nourse would insist onmov Don't-stay, tbe.-B'cJard that we have a railway .subway Trade, nor cut qnt not; have been" so. .Your .desiro. to 'one east of Round street, the .feed, trough the 'Board of Trade ''re-consider stands on the -thVhour of their general meetings has, 'been courteously suggested by -busi- ness gentlemen, and must be as cour- trom thc the fcac! to ovcrfiov: Council Chamber to g.k.w. Mr. Magrath. the first surveyor of. teously considered by Lthe--.Board, the City, there an-d winked with to the exclusion of extraneous mat-i his other eye when the motion .was ter; division on such a matter would, carried. Oh' you good old times I however, seem childish, and has not i been seriously suggested by any of, you, so far as I can learn, nor 'will j the idea of a Chamber of Commerce i j apart from our Board of Trade- bo j readily entertained by the business i recently moved .a meeting of the Board, under the new regime, that we forthwith cut out the Carricgio but there- was not enough of attendance lo produce a seconder, although the" motion has Cap. Irwin may have-had a -been in" his bonnet, but be'left Lethbridge in. a- hurry .because some of us carry bee hives in .-our head. Hu was ed. V Cap. Irwin may have-had.'a bee-in the C.prR. business. Mr. Price had previously "pointed to our Board- of Trade' the word ''Welcome1', on the' door ,mat, but they would not step in because of. fritrid extremities. I arn, Yours trulv, .ROBERT SAGE. Aim) DISASTER ON CARIBOO ROAD Vancouver, B. C., Oct. autr. containing four passengers was wreck- ed on Sunday morning on the Cari- boo Road north of Ashcroft, B. C.' Henry Worth -ivas, driving' the, v...car, whose stearing gear broke. car went into the ditch- and 'overturned. C. II. Davis, a barber, was .inst-aatty killed and .Arthur Gibson sind_ J. F McCurcain. were seriously .'injured.; Worth escaped unhurt. With Coal at a Ton, the Fuel-saving Device of the "Happy Thought" is an Important Factor in House- hold Economy. The city council meets tonight. The Caledonian Society have ar- ranged for a masquerade for the club members, to be held on Thursday ev- ening, October 27. Everyone is re- quested to be in costume. Tickets arc to be presented at- toe door. J. S. Lawrence, of Winnipeg, super- inU-ndent for "Western Canada, of thr- Canadian Car service and formerly C. P.R. superintendent at Medicin-e Hat. is-in the city on business today." Thc adjourned of business men be held this evening in thr News building to receive financial re- ports and transac' othfir_ business, winding up Va" recent cam- TJg One big reason why it -is cheaper to use a HAPPY THOUGHT is because it is easy the coal bin. And tvhen you Tealise the fearful regularity" with, which you receive coal "bills during the cold months you will consider this a big advant- age in buying a range. reason many ranges are money on buiidir.g a new chimney or putting a stack on the. one you have. But be the use? Thc is with the rans-i, and not the chimney. Nov.-, in the TIAPPY THOUGHT Hangc there is no -trouble of this kind. For years WE studied flues. We havs learn- TirOUGHT firebox, which is scientifically proportioned to the size of the .oven. This sounds simple, but if you have ever had a range whh a faur- Ly fire'bos: you'll see the differ- ence in fuel-savins and baking results the very first month that you use the HAPPY Send our booklet it's'-. coal consumers is because the flues are too large and the nejt is carried past the point where it is especially wanted (which requiresv an enormous fire to do little the flues are so" small the oven work and you get no satisfaction at all. This leads to your probably their little peculiarities and just what kind is required for best results, until' now we kno-.v; and this exact know- ledge we have embodied in the construction of the HAPPY THOUGHT Hanso for vour beuefi-t. Another feature that tends to fuel-saving is the HAPPY The William B'.tck Stove Company, Limited, Brantford. free which explains the vari- ous features of the HAPPY THOUGHT plainly and simply. Your name on a 'post card Brings it Or if you prefer, so and see the HAPPY THOUGHT dealer, who will be Slad to explain without obli- gation, the various exclusive features.