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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'nye THE IJlCTlnuunOK DAILY' Tluirsday. October 17, is guaranteedj'tq give you grta.te'r t cooking efficiency for less money than' any other range you can buy. MSClarys For Sale by STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. Secured; 1 rain for Congress Military Changes The Hospital ;i'tyf hi lift f fist Graduate school, lie rollMliij fiAiMl M'fi'ial'months mid li-.fvA liis (iraVtisc in the ol his! jbrollw Hi. .1. II. Cillvsiw. I Ton-n Council Tlie icxiilar mrrliui; of (lie was-liflti in tlie council fhamlier on1 I Monday Oct. Mill, and atti'i i I UK- routine business was dispose.l ul nmUvTs oi were tuk- jiip. .MI-. ,1. K. aiM'eared mi be- I'iiiclu-i- I'lftk, Oft. tliu liali of Municipal Water A UiOn snow anil rain of last week we li.'.ve' company, (or iiermission to lay wa- jajMin i-nnif into our anil an' en-'ter mains on tlie sueets, was iiiiyini; k'.iuliinl. lirUUit, liiwy readily pranlfii. It is iiiieiition j'llier and fan coiiiMeiitly Inoiforward uf the cimiumiy. lo e.Mgml limit pres- in wvi-rul weeks ui tin-'most. iili-nsaiiU-cut lo serve.jmrtions oi the Uu.ulu-r io in- (mind in of lutiy ,using ,Uie. water. It MA'IFSTJr 1 1 I f4 Cnm. Mnn Dri 4 Nighlts Com. {Won. Oct. The Nautical Oil f Comic Opera is Array til' Talent Ever Seen in .Special Scenery and Kleelrical Ell'ecls, Iteniitil'iilly Slaved, C'osliinies. including- a score of (he preUiest girls' of our ciiy. PRICKS and 50c; Boxes flUO LOCAL TALENT. Seals now selling a( Kenny Allin's 15ook Siore. ncxl Dallas Hotel. onuirj. Thresliinc is ajsain vru-. RUSHING THROUGH CASES I till' I irresMiit: tapinK and to lilt1 station Tlie pn 1'beautUul uc.si intl blown? ihe iv.suli'iils iHH lie a the Kt-dory suli- hay division nnil wi-iilly; .will make thai they are get- eh the older iit ilown ilieri- and i-l- CADETS ON DUTY DURING CONGRESS the TWO CONSERVATIVE IMPERSON- ATORS PLEADED WHAT THE OPPOSITION SAY .A Pr.iiiie Fire 'o pto 1 c IK-t. Another afu-r math in' the MaL-ilonaht was aired liiis morning in tlie prttvtu- piilitv t-ourt- when Hubert Stunt and Tom .Morris, arciised liv tlie tip position of in polls numbers and Jour spectively, pleaded guilty mid weft lined in Magistrate Mc.Mick- en. The cast: all yver the- prosecuting counsel., on behalf of the (UttiUtl (.indidit tppeaced jn umii to pusd the cast? and the opptisiikni papers thi> iltiihuoii u tint uic icilih V t i urn tut s imiiMii' kc i.ummt'tii was the bri i ur i. r H i njn in L-Unvi'st n; ilu1 on Monday ;lu. It is believi-i! to -have IHMMI isud bv a ironi a l.P.K. lo ami Imrneii over some HI ei huiMii-d u s oi Imiu'h l for.luiiatrU did little to crops or buitditiES. A prnirie lire is a anti this ul to reiiiiitd some of ihe old settlors the inti-rcsiini; i-spenentcs they lornifiK- had when extensive iires ran lite timber nf the foot- llllK The Mimien Hospital interest' is' heini; taken ling in portion of tho (own. A _coniiiiuuiou Mion iron th'.' contractor for the ciiv ball, leliiiivo tu.noim1 minor altera- lions in the, plans tif tlie bulling WUK read ami a siilisuictory arrange mem n.aOc. Sir, I'orMor presenleil' is esniimtes fur c-spenses ol.iltc Ui-y jvi d t m 1 arnuns cviun.t a lhc s sra.nl id rover Use sam? was mane Councillor Allison ina'iingi _____ irnuiirrmeiits (or a special train loi run to one d u iliirini; the} Coiisress. This was approved s and 19lh and bfi-n for i c-nls ami enter the work TRAIN SERVICE sftv the train to leave 1'hu-lter. Station at] Wednesday motniiig, October and 23rd, G a.m. to 9 a.ir.. U. sergeani: fl. NelBon, C. Tarris. Falriinrsl, .M. Musco tin piogii'-s qi Ihi lotil luiipit-il re exhibit the like of .which will- nut shoit nun mo tin lioird likely come our way again for S.OK.B .nee adioinini; the time, ll will be Pineliur Creek day cnsc was liioiubt on anil deposed oi 1'nulHMil a in i-uet lo nrueiit I hi uilnivtsbi H il 111 Hie ol tlie IIUIM.S at Hie I utlftress. Tile chief of police ins heard; .and further that mulct and it is bunt, mud tip in tbe mrst is institute.! to 'ook ailei collet. 2U.1 Rtttirninj tram will leue l- talrhursl I aufd o -lock. Tbe 1 1C, vilcl'- G- foi tin tup lull be 1j Ilkre will, 9 a-m- to 12 he a general-exodus on tliai tlat is I "..Glllespiu; sergcatu; K. Richards, everybody.is ilileut oil availint; them- A- Towle' H. Goodman, T. Home, 11. selves of ibc opportunity see -aitl Htilchlnsou. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. 0. Oreen. sergeant: L. .McClenag- han, S. Reid. K. Donaldson, II. Cronk. t lie Dominion ment is sentence. -act 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. comfortable and loiucn cut in mm i tlonulbusine-.lKin--t.slii in.otdcini.ij 0. fullertoli, sergeant; A. p'art i'i liuspit il heic lias more thin with the bylaw recently passed hej strong, c. Hooker, X. Htglnb UMial 101 tin, pioplc U was Iiceiiits imposed by this bylaw s. ____ (ilUi'l in m rL-eniou t.f out ot proved satisfactory -io business utuenh. was men few exceptions, laittlowiiers Until sot h Uriia It knowiiu tint then ttx nti would be PUT A BOMB IN THE MAILEri bis had Hie Uafnl ntiancul UOUbleb if-iuml ami those not lioliltui; land j experienced msutiuions of ts being utility tu pay their share uf i ttiftih n ind the cost and niaiutenaufe of tlie times-llie-CJipjei-ty of on tin' stteels and pub- thp nnainal buildup inii is buiidnus for boh ineuicil t itl BUI..I Ciiauge in Uliliiia Monday and Thursday 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. if. Robison. captain: D. Henderson, lieutenant; R. .Lacken'bai.er. lieuten- A change is being made in -the mil- 9 a.m. to 12 noon English, suii-eiuit; C. liaiuH." P. 'Keryan, K. Wardiuiiu, A. Marshiill. 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Ih-iulerson, lieutenant; 10, Kunst S. Joyce. I'. Smith, It. Waddiustoii, W. Henderson. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. V. Odney, sergoant; II, Nivcu, N, G. Kllyn, G. Scott, C. Tarris. Volunteers for Extra Service K. Wilson, H. Uiilchtiison, H. Kol- son, Ott, C. Tnrris, H. Cronkiiite, C. Hnnseh, serpeaut; P. Morris, lieu- tenant; K. Wudilinstoit, A. Graven, R. Nlvcii, G. Ferris. ORDERLIES FOR .CONGRESS HEADQUARTERS ant; C. Fuller-ion. M. Geogbegan, A. Skeiih, O. Holt. 9 a.m. 12 noon Dodiunn. sergeant: S. Syd.ul. J. j Wosl.vn, K. Niven. K. -M. Dowsett, sergeant. INTENDED. VICTIM HAS lt ]s io eMima.e ......e........ BEEN- .ilie ItenelH Ou tlin cotmmiii- itia lu-ro wbich is viewed with resell 2 P.m--to 5 p.m. ERED-BY CLERKS by tbe institution anil by all connected with the squadron n- lienieimiu; C. Oeiger, 'month imds tliL net by it Capt. .J. K. Wriglit, QfTicrr Coin-, w- S. Enmiersou. W. Mnllan, the btalT nul mantling D Squadron 23rd Allu'iiaJG- Ferries, Ford. Lli'tTU dtt boriiitg aic trnt uid md ftangcry, has resiisiipd to be 7 lp-p.ni. mail vestenlay iouud what is belUW nutln.is but pmse is htai.l fioiu t-ppdcd l apt J r L xp C. Hanst-h seregfint: Uti, A. to bf'a' dyniuuite "bomb wrapped hra one undergone tuatraent ttiii Ins 1ml a lout, niiliUi; j Graves. K. ilsou. F. Humphries, AV. ildrtssed to i m ML skiiuM SHLOIUI Ion txpinence Lonnetied ior.j Doiiiild. Dunham. Saturday t! a.m. to fl West. L. Cas- CHdea, ft a.m. to I Aird, R lion- nell. .1 p.m. to 5 Dtinswonh, V. Bourne. fi p.m. to 9 Jlorspool, 11. Johnson. Monday li a.m. to P Murray, M. Miron. a.m. to 1 Ilagoll, N. Cas- caden. I p.m. to 5 Cameron, T. Watson. TO4DAY ONLY BIG MID-WEEK DRAMATIC PROGRAM INCLUDING 'The End of the Romance' THE ARTISTIC TRIUMPH OF THE YEAR -at- -at- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ANOTHER GREAT FEATURE sThe Spirit Awakened" EqUally as Good as any of our Previous "SPECIALS" PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BUDGET IF MEMBERS PAY TEN CENTS A WEEK OVER WOULD BE REALIZED MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) "The Spirit Awakened" at Starland A splendid ieiilure will be shown i lit .Sturlnnd on Kridsiy and Saturday, j iu tin.' offering of ihc great biogruuh Toronto, Oct. 10-To meet Of I'rrshvlc-rian clrarcl, fnr tho vpor 1913, the o'flfcmls w marter vcn- closclv and cl'aim lmt cach-cbTnmuhicaifr'of the in annaaa'- must coiilrib.itr a littli-l'" lluu, fii.ht mils week ls p.m. to 9 Roiil, R. Coni- Puttiiig the mcirilxTsliip :it fiOfl.OOO packi0e md iddrtssed to i iu HI whosp identity u is IK t dibClos d explosive was- rolled up in lie ti nor Ins iiuiltf i splemliil lepuUtlcin nmn tin. 71th UH lit luti in this iispe fe lu1- s oi Piunsuick HL hi sealed. undf tllls tht ol iron his promotion from the ranks fuse tn which ;i paper HIIpil with tlie hoanl are 10 le to his present commission anil as an matches was t'ieil protrmleil from raiuiniiilp.il for their effort o offiifi 01 ihe wis popular the comer of the roll. Detectives i lhl u s'uc lmm m nurses' with the n.eii oi all ranks. He took iverc detailed to trace the the tni.1 J-e an active part in the organization of tin Miuadion Sunday. October 20, .6 a.m. to 9 a.m. P. Bonnell. sergeant: E. Hagell. C. Sherlock, Cray. G. M. Cam- eron. 9 a.m. to.1 p.m. C. Aird. lieutenant; L. Mason. L. 11KIIr coiuiortaiile 'and homelike, ind H llipsune tine prqudp uiditioml tin is s ____________ j u irti room -unich neiried ind hPon mstimmnt.il in Tlie I Case Tliresli'nK Jl-idiiue ijail! to hi eal ireeil huilding up oni oi the best squidrom, tompanV has agreed wiiii liie "rar "illl the district, anil .Hiring the annual from E'atenin, Sask.. lo esiablisl, a of tlle lvork- warehouse in Mutt town. Tlie Ruialcv oagress Kxhibit --panj- is also preparing to.eren Monday of-his Captain Cascaitai. Cascaden. at this point. Want a Job 1 Sec us. We have orders I'roin difi'er- .out points for all kinds of Employ- ment, T. H. Stagg Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Johnson Biock Phone 1327' Lethbridge CANADIAN Dunswortb, T. Waisoii. F. McAdams, G. Parry. 1 p.m. to'-5 p.m. B. Sang, sergeant; H, .lobiiSun, i camp he a boliby ot personally! NV- looking after tbe comfort of each, 5 P-m' to 9 janii'nverv mail'who will learn with! Murray, serseaiit; P. West, N. regret of his tz an cllicieiit ami ac Tuesday, october 22, 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. beat'. Tuesday C a.m. to 0 Ilon-pcol, M. .'t hnson. 9 a.m. to 1 Dunswonh, V. Bourne. 1 p.m. to 5 Aird, F. Bon- uell. 5 p.m. io 9 West, L-. Cas- cad'cn. Wednesday B a.m. to 3 Reid. K. Coui- bear. a.m. to 1 Camerou, T. Watson. 1 p.m. to 5 Hagcll, N. Cas- tbe .sum asked ou lhc average is per member. Ten i for each ibu rate is Kustaineil it v.'iil yield a revenue oi j oiuil" ,it. story that leaves ui1: impression on the witness it. Tlie many scenes arc hiiinllpil retuarU'alilo i and the action ot j Ihe .piece is a drnmalic and artistic surprise throughout. This has been setured us .1 specini week-end attrac- tiou, ;uni will lie sho t dav.s unh'. in i one oE stH-n STATUE TO GEORGE BROWN TO 'SHOW IN LONDON' hi, ,l Ic in o t in ID tav for n jor with the squadton sinee. its tiun and has-seen active service J W. Donald. V. Gi i II. Van 5 JMII. to 0 Murray, M. lliron. Ushers Any X. Cascaden, B. Sang, R- Coniliear. lies, P. Buc-hauan, j Sherlock, J. C. Parry. i Taylor, I. Mathers. Oct. sialno or" CJeorpe Drown, tho friLhers of ihe Confederation, has arrived at tho capital, and will be eivcted and 1111-1 veiled as s'oon as the stone pedestal j reaches here. The new statne will be- erecu-d at. the west side of 'the Itarniiinouurry library, beside tlm statue fit Mackenzie. Ill tho spring statues of Bald'wiiK LaronUiine ami Thomas IJ'AK-y McGee will -be Auslraliii. Oct. 17. -Urged by tho success achiev- ed by Queensland butter in tiie Colonial competitions at ihe last t'nw shows of ihe Dairy Fanners' association: no less than twenty-four Queensland decided to compete at the Asricultural -Hall, Islington, Ijondon. cts to he fontul in any district pasi. week in tlie interest of his i STRAWBERRIES PAY lover. .Mr. 'Horsier has a uiagnifictnt j display nf all kinds of giains. gnes- Minneapolis, Oct. jamin Souba. a fiii'nior, living near Hopkins, a suniirn. is of ilic- KfiuiODinn Hulletin. paid selling his ceeond crpti of -Mr. A. K. ('fix last week. straw-berries this year at if to I LONG'S CAPERS ARE CRITICISED HAD NO BUSINESS TO TALK UN- IONIST POLITICS IN CANADA "It's piilicr Tl.is is tjit sr.i-culh-il irll. Hie olaiins was! lALL WITNESSES, Annual Eastern! !_________ I1'111' wllfn tMliit- rnlinry Iipr Vus-i T? unly lo'lier namp. lixcursions STATE HAS BUIUT up nk STRONGLY AGAINST THE jtliill.This j. of j i-lit-hpi! hy tlie stale with Ilic intrnV i lo spike llir n! Mocker's ilcfencr.. sion men, if is said, are get- ting as-liish us SX.40 a cose for the Souba berries.. SPECIALHA1LFAKKS In roiiiirt-tion Trans-Ailantir Tirkels Round trip rate from Lethbridoe to Montreal, to J.UTKS OF SAIJ-; Nov. 7.. Dec. Jteioru limit i. montli.s date; of) DEFENDANT New York. OiH. icnsuiioii hlov.s tbe piililir me a jjt'itsion utr Uilliiis Tlu-sf I be words .11 tn billed io I'nliro l.icm. St. John hv .lami-h D. Ualien, his [cll-tu UI-'SOIIPT, ;il Hip tocnilis.at day's si's.siisi! t-.i iriiil of UIL- iininier of Ku.-cnthrtl, -TiK1 v.bo i Was one of liie wit- I nrssrs who u-siiiird todiiy for ilif ih.-ilrici j ufcni atljtiiirtiuieiit was lakrn umit'ht tliai. iuul ouiy our or morr iu call Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or i complete thr case for llu-' wrhe io .Mis Merman UiiKeittiinl, v.idnu n( j tin- gambler, first witness msuif bis on behalf oi the liiijiHslt Conservative party. _ i_ "Tlit-rr was n dcflaYps Tnitbl "when Ciinadians wrrc apt to LOHJ- plain lhc imfii'ieit'iicc bui ______.i'ibal at a ti'tiip when Can'.ula Imaik1 the progress an t dcvdop- inj; i-rr own present institutions. ThiM'i- was no aupmpt to induce Can? i ariians tt> idi'iiiiiy -with I party interests j Chamberlain carried Cnnservaiivcs lover U> lhp. protcctiunist caiise. N.o j can come tit Canada j from ait'.'inpts to turn ihe Oominion .into a iirld oi" propuitamla for home CONVICTED OF Toronto. Oct. THEFT Jet. Flrofii, arrfsipd hust ai i'nion rftHUon, passing- front- S.nnjfoir MO Aihnrrpal. pleaiiro ro: a .rh.irgi; "of stcjllng iiioiu-y Troin lliraiii orAVinui- ITHE HAIR OF YOUIi YOUTH; I TO BUY OUT RIVAL BANK "Rich, glojsy, luxuriant facmating bair j i should you not keep il trtin, Oct. A. Klc-Kfrd- '.o have of suit youthiul-lootting son. general malinger uf the Hunk of je: fa; Horses, Farm' Machinery AT 2 P.M. SHARP On Uie Qtianer of Section 2-. rownshtp -2 nvav the Xe'.v School at Collioriw. hy J- Ratj.. ..I will sell tile following without OWE TEAM OF GREY MARES, 9 and 10 years THREE STACKS OF FEED ,v MACHINERY -'Three Staler -4 Alassey-Harris Hras Marrows. and tiny Kack. Mtmgy in iiood coiuiition 1 chiiii- ami Ralif. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE -I ileiiroom Minor 3 rjiiifie 1 1 t-lipflt ot" (Ira 1 Singer nia- 1 C'ombinauou and. bnnifl. Feaiber bed ami pillows. fanijt rot with1 inaitivos One HOl'a 1 KUchfii cupboard r. Kiirheu fli'iiirs and one rr.e'h'T. Melofiiait ".r -rbpis ol" oilcloth '1-1 of Kitchen utensils. .-All- lands of china -and ?lass !i i'iiuJs of tools. Lamps, lirackeis. and out small I .Viul cihcr loo numTOiiK to mention. ,J NO. CASH Also-ai time theru will oftVrcd for a iwo- roomed housf on. two cornnr !ois. Ttrms cii-sii. bal.uiu' cnsy. W. L. WILSON.'AUCTIONEER J. BARROW. Lethbridge, Phone 1023. PROPRIETOR. For further information, rail anri day for WAS, GIVEN FIVE YEARS K. G. McNtlLLlE, Djst. Passenger Agent. Calgary, Alta. Kilinonlon, Oct. a srntnn Mariiu Sr.ra of fiv-e years in tiiat Hci'ker had said it- her l'io Algeria prniip'miary today for oi'casion of a raid butt; slinotm; at. his v.ifo rho i tlia jiMiniilnis I-dmonton !r.si July. iair, lo dress in the many styles most be- Xova Scotia, is .siill in the city, ami oming to keep you looking j jtnv; young, attracuve-lhuf please you and j (J, I' your admirers too. Don'Uc; the- grey haTw'in-they'H make MhreHor V HnnK of ilrinit you look yoitr charm and fresh- sjiiil. it was true fn ego I'i; j Besides others; noiics them at.once tions ii? of ihc1 and coanncnl on them too. to tbo of Xova Scoiia iirc on. KEEP THE HAIR OF YOUR YOUTH. ..._________ USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH I AUTO TURNED ,.OV.EB'J( YarmoiUh. .V.U.. Oct. of Yarmouth i killed toniuln hy the lurniiii: over of.) his auiomobitt; in Kjx miies f PHONE m POST OFFICE SOX 9S Our Wall Paper Specials Arc rvrry spiH-inls. plioiic or i-.-illJ'tir Dimples. All "Tjulcs iind Painters snri Avenue South ;