Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
PaecS LETIinniDGE DAILY Vrulay, 17, is "Hill-Brown" tea has the small, tender Jwidi full, rich, delicious fragrance, redolent of the spicy tropics. PRE-VOCATIONAL (M is grown high up on the of nitm tad fragrance held captive in the lead BUCK. BREEN or H1XEO Dt. Miller of .Camrose. 'Gave Teachers' 'Convention a Very Interesting Address FORTUNE SEEKERS COMMENC- ING TO FILE- ON -LAND AT LOCAL- OFFICE t -1 i to tho need of. social institutions, cauio Into existence, he took his hear- ers down through tho ages' Into jhe 1 succeeding I ho fall yl Homt. Tho only institution which' survived Id's fall the Christian Church. i gave rise to the Ilrit school system, and since that time, the school kas developed as a aandmnU ot the cburch, taking on responsibilities as tho progress of the times demanded. Tbe litest great responsibility which the echool has been compelled to pro- vide for, resulted frcza Industrial 1NAL CASES MAIM B. McLEOO TO JALL FOR TWO SER. VICE DISAPPOINTS KeniliV B, C., Oct. 15, The Great Northern Rr-. AJr tqoJpmwt car tr- bero today. with a staff ofln- Last evening furnished, probably inventions, and implication to communkatloa, transportation and This his oeen the cause of Increasing man's efficiency a thousand foM, bringing about the el- imination of the, slave and child labor and the shortening of the of E0 ltat the, slructors to remain one montb to tbp cJuNojeos of the M. P. fc >t Ry, a course at Instruction In the handling of Air Judge Whlnisler sentenced Bedford. McLeod to two moult lu" Jail with bwd lahor tor stealing from a com- Complete Satisfaction Guaranteed Try lilac Ribbon Tea, We know you will be delighert with it. In fact your" grocer sells it V PU a strict guarantee of quality BLUEWBBON TEA the best entertainment of "the cutrre The" hands Vfihii'teacher for'agreatly 1 !n the Hote1' Eeal j programme of. increased iierlod'.? This placed an uM.tHenben.SUllman. up lor trial on the HERBERT HALL MET UNTIMELY ..DEATH. NEAR LEAVES WIDOW AND FAMILY Wlrii-Calgaiv tDr.utrr.lig to go oJ crazr Ibc'iralaiiy gives promise of spreading lo LethbridV. Alrcadr some flics 02 lands in tbe Otctols district-has made through.the' i Iccal Land.Cake, and-judging .bv in-' "dicatioss there is more to I For to'whshijs srouud the location of the Dragrr.an well'vest ol Cftotoks Ihe'laDd has filtd ra for mineral rights. The Calgary land office has teen besieged. Even the rosd allovr- mht up to the well have been juost interesting and instructive tlon, for the reason .ib at .H was responsibility' on' the -school; not varied. Dr. J. C. Miller. principal ot lo develop Jhe: raw material into tie Camrose Normal school gave a but ,io tench them to jdvanhgo qt opportunities lo apprac'lale The'ichool performs jhreo Important funo- musical numbers which greatly 1 fltal t'occurred'on Wednesday afcer-1 noon, near Ev.-l'.ne, when Herbert j enjoyed, as evWebccd by. the tlocs- lnc protective; educative'and they received. selective. It was the last, Mtcs-Nlrca 'that were trbo was driving fttiotber load was in Siten up, Calgary men going tc Ed- rc'pnton and getting the Irom the to file on the joads. now that all the land in tte land district in tte vicinity of the well has been tatea, Calgar- laas are cominp to The I.ethbridsc laid district eitends Eorth to within a couple ships ot the land .in o'rdtt to lar claira_ rights on land south 'Sn the Lethbridfe land district, eaiis- Baries have teen s'nt to Letbbridge. C: C. Enovrden, ot. tr-e V Itottii oil mea in the cifjr icL best contributed; junctfons whlcb'.Dn Miller dwelt on. thoroughly aporeciate'd, and j HeccjnlUon child's special dlf- ilhy Young itos- (ereuejs "and 'peculiar variances. dis; in an esceedingly-ploasins and re- e of .red. chai-ge of procuring. -Mr. Gwrge French, of the Tritcs Wood Co., left to-day on the Great Northern Ry.. for Denver Colorado for the benefit of ills health. .Ills many friends In Fernle hope that he will speedily return restored and strength- eh'ed. French accompanied her husband. iMri'J. taken seriously 111 while oc a visit to his for- mer home. Brockvllle, Ont, Is now on a fair'.way. to. Tecovery and will coveHng. hie special- abilities, and; return to Femle, ihen placing him in'a field for vthioh j -Mr. J. R. Malony his been installed he IB fitted, IsJ "largest Vervkre ageit -lor lie Great Northern Ry.. at ics that caused his death, bcro about two years ago, 'which the present-day to [perform.' It is a'g'teitly increased re- [sponsRjIiily the old school, In dealing with..his ex-IVhera. religious training was, lie par- Dry Mlller'.dellghted! amount thine, conclusion. Dr. arers wilVhls InteUeclual and! Sillier eihorted that, the teachers'in al treatise.-' Following'a'1 direct this convention" should strive 19 meai and a large number fndulge'd' in the, perforrn; it is a'greitly increased re- IhB Iwd. They had watered their, terplschoreau art until a'late'hour. borses and before they had driven Hall's .load i 'over the end of a culvert, ana f. the unfortunate man received Injur-j 6 He camej and" lived' or. ThomaG Copeland's ranch. He. loaves a widow and five little children ja to mourn his loss, the eldest being on- i ly ten years bf.age. The burial will be at FiEbburn cemetery. At the ratloaal the-dlTlstoa of labor, lowing'a1 when up to the requirements of. '.the 'present dny. '_ _ Ferole. He cornea Irotn Whltefish, Mo. Tho new traloe between Kallspell and'Ferule scheduled to tegln opera- tion to-day have been cancelled and been made nDrthcrn terminal instead ot Fernle. The trav- p'ubllc are roucb dsappblnted ai trftT.eHers for the 'west are obliged to remain at Rexfor'd elgbt hours for cou- Sohl Everywhere Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book .for uie In Write name addrtu plainly, nejlon and had looked forward to a j GREAT clow.bne on I ho new time, tatLlo. It that someone the opera- tlqn these1 trains by tbe Fernle Board of Judging (rbm thn many cars of ap- plet arriving almost dally from Wash- ington H looVa as though there must be a scarcity of B.'C. fruit in the market THE SEQUENCE. From the Boston Transcript. 'What got Tippler behind the '3Uuding too long" in front of WELCOME TO THE NARRAGAN9ETT Loiidon, Oct. oil steamer arrlv- ctl milk In the monilng" on the scene of the disaster, by scat- tering tons' of oil oil the ragiag sea helped so much In the rescue work In the YoHuruo disaster, received a sreat on her arrival In tho Thames at noon today, A band on tug'was'on tho river, and played la her, both tho fitrMns of "Conquering and a succession of national airs. .the .right to file OD government road Ello'ivaBCes. He sifms quite confident --'.that the. oil strike is more than- a and thinks tr.e time is not Jar ofi when oil vdll he discovered in Commercial quanlifies all aloag the slope of the Rcciies froai :-'Ototoss to the. boundary. Snow- 'drn-says the Pincher.-field has" nevei thoroughly .prospected, and be- "r> iicves the indications- thsrc are as good, if not better, than those where ths'isiril'e. is, now reported. far lapd office has not been within z days .a rush1 may. iallr drilling in the Dingman well results in iuccess. x in bjf .tb'ei pftfct} cSptafa (no To' the; ayegei "THEY cffi STOP DRINKING The deceased .had been ill for soraa; reoirs, end at the laet death was; not untspected.f She leaves :3na fe. RotertVon. as Veil as ncr bus-1 dvti', lo'teotirii .funeral took place on Thurs- day, at 2-p-m. Irom the family resid-- on Bridge street to St. John's ;hnrth, and thence lo the EngUsli i rtinrch cemeterr- Much is.; oil. for .tte ftereav ed taml lr. QuUe at card partv. :ld -on evening lest by tbe ladiiss o! "the AlUr sodtty of Micl-aeVs churcli. caj- rled off JL H. .Rob- erts the consolation priie. Qolid an unusual session of the Al- exandra Rebefeah Jodge on! evt'oing. Foiir candidates' received the initiatory decree, and ilts. Dempsey. -who was present, gare'qoite n hslpfuraddress. Mrs. Smith, of the man was. ajsp ja iTcral llehelcah Ixidge. vho Intended vlsIUng Lue Pincher Creek lodge on Tuesday made the trip as far as Brocket, but something we-nt vrong Tr'lth the norfcs-af thsir motor, and they tailed to put. in an appearance.-, J. J. Beranlff.Is a visitor fOur :-Ppbifc :schooji' staff all. atiendicg at 5IUs Oylcy and TIenderson. of tlie'Pubrkr treated tieir pupils a -Thanksgiving concert and tea from tbree unlil four p.m. on WcdneE- 1 can stop any time I wish" is a frequent expression, hul why don't the ft drinker make good his toast. _VVhy don't Le qait? When a man brags-he cnn stop dritikins'Trhtuercr-iie.'K-ahta ,io' he has the point i where fcol make good his boast iinald-d. j-. is in need of: The 1 a-haribleas Vtg'e- f" table remeOy tenlble 'pllS; About fifty-three pupils and their many little friends and mothers were present. The programme given by thp children vras very much tnjoj'etj, anil judging by the bright faces of the bco's, EO refrpshir.enla.- KING ASSUMES. THE THE STORE FOR THE v; ECONOMIC HOUSEWIFE store know wlkat'wehave done for them in the past The question is, not wareiqoibqtodoforyouintfo 't j' j In suitable for this season of the near aoods which will please the thrifty houietoife; giving her the benefit of a REAL THANKS- y ,j' ..__...i OctJ- itir'e abhorrence .'for-ajcytiiing'alch'ol-' ic Jn tbrce the hypodermic you drinking you shotild Jook into thlaV you have a. tirge your Come land talk it over 6r. writfe' or telephone for bcok ol NEAL INSTIlijTE, ;820 Phone of ihc ol EcHnont.and.Ceji heir to the'duVEaSm of Roxbirrgb ook place today .in the Chapel Royal, at' St. James' King George and Queen" as sponsors, In addition lo 'the maternal grand- i mother, Mrs, Ogden Codet. and his uncle, Alastlr Innes Ker. The infant was r.a'ined'George 'Vktor ftot- tsi. Jqhn, Tie chrUtenlng sift of the .King and Queen wag a sHrer double- i bandied cup and cover. Auction Sale Tuessday next, October 21 At 2 o'clock fin tde No. 9th Avenue t. FRANK WADDINOTOH Instructed by the owner who la leaving, win. aell by p-jbUc auction and without reserve a quantity o? usefal HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Jncludins Extending Oak Dining .Table; Upholstered Oak RooVer, Leather Upholstering; Writing Deak; Haniury Occasional Wnlei; Carpet Squares; and Stands; Springs and Mittr'euet; Kitchen lltnge; Wlncheiter Rifle; WashlDs .machine anu wjiiigcr; Kitchen utenalle, etc. ths While, liat Car .and vatcn for the red flag. Term CASH Phones: 1416 and 469 Gross hnil IJlacli well's Jams, and Marmalades, in lit) glass jars, 'f favors, viz. .-Vpricot, Damson, Gooseberry, Grecn-tjage, Plum, Slrawlierrj', and Currnni, also Lemon, Mandnrin and Quince Mar-ninlade, any one of .Ihcse, per -jar iar Goods Prices Lemon Curd, jnr splendid .selection in Jonathan's Guno, Spitz-enberg's, Wealthy, Wiuc-sap and Roman Beauty: 3 1-2 Ihs. for Per box '.French Capers, per bottle, 150-aml Currj' Powder, per bottle, Paste, per .1 It) tin Raisins, per -'Per 3m box .'05' Seeded Raisins, .2 pkls CIcHricd'CiVrriinlii, --2 pkts Table' Fig's, -2 ;pkts. Imperial Washed per jar Sliclle'd tti 50 Almond Nuts, per 11) Filbert Nuts, per Iti Corn Mcaii 2 per dozen: eOcand 7Oc Kerr's "Excelsior'1 Tea, per It) Premium .Bacon, sides, per tb, r Premium liiiiiis (whole) per Kcrr'a Fresh Ground Nuts, per Jt> Lemons, ]icr dozen frM fee, per Ib. and Pecan' Nutsi per Hi Cuts, Whenl, two pkgs for fine Pearl Onions ptr dozen Swift's Silver, Leaf. Lanl: -'3th NEW SEASON'S CANNED FRUITjf Dtl Monti and Rostdale Brands 1 Apricots, Barllet Penrs per can Oafs, Hood Porridge Oats, per Cod) 2tbs for ;5ib 10 n.s. Food, 2 pkgs for. Ontario. Honey, jiir, (Hawaiian) per ean 3Q Celery: 2tbs. for per lh and t u t Toilet New Laid Kfjgs, .-jcii SfOrngc .KgRS, StreetS. Phonct Assorted -Toilcl Soaps 8 for Sauce, kinds of Fresh Vegetables kept in stock.