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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October IS, 1032. THE JE DAI IA' II K1ULD Page II FLOUR TOOK QUITE A DROP Local Mills Led Proces- Consumer Gets the Benefit BANKERS ASK TO BUILD RAILWAY English Capitalists Want Opportunity to Build in Medicine Hat In connection with Uir. announce- mint from Winnipeg that t.lio big Hour mills bail dropped the price o! low grade Hour 50 cents and high strongest English Dunking houses thn it "'Vesting in Canada, looking over the i lllc Oct.. arc representatives oi streel situation, and have THIS GRACEFUL WRAP In champagne-colored woolsack satin on.-.-Ffeheh'faced. cloth, -Is trimrhfid with heavy lace of the same shade and .shows the wide collar the caijght-ln drapery -at the. bottom so popular at present. As 'for" aigret- tes and bands in the hair they are everywhere and of all-kinds THE PROTESTANT Alison's anil Taylor's, state that askwl be Rly- Uioy led the procession, having drop- e" a" sllow with ped lire prices Kept. 1st, JO cents a W" M.-Aitkms company and have barrel, given assurance of a better proposi- 'PO ascertain if the consumers had tio" to tllc anti ratepayers, ihaii hineiilted by the reduction the. Her- Ulc lalter For in- ild asked the local grocers for "nfof- do llot ask a" exclusive nntIon and learned that Lcthbrirtjtc- and they agree to sell the undo (lour dropped 25 a sack slrcct raihvav they might build, to I lollmving in the wake of tbe nW tlle clty' al lts oPtlou. time af-j tion at the mills. lter nve have other cx- So far as the Ogilvie and oilier out- ol investment devclop- side makes are concerned no local upwards oi mircbaiit has-as vet- nencflttert bv the MCluslvl! ot tlie railway announced reduction .mil consequent- cr consideration, for which they iv prices, to consuir.'urs have not vet must "ave street railway ihingcd.. service, and in the-event of the Ail- illgCtl. Speaking' in reference ment published recently 'k'n's company getting the I.omloners ask that it be not made JfttE STATISTICS SHOWING, ENROLL- MENT :iN; .VARIOUS. PRO- TESTANT BODIES IN CANADA Toronto, Oct. comparison of the Churcli .mem bLishlp In Canada between the fig tuo 't comment ement of the laj nun mlssionirv niove-nent three and igo xrU tin. niesent his been untie b% Hi 1C fcecie taij dt the Cinaalijii council of thii body At tho'cominericenient of the move. nu2nt there wure church mem. bers iu the. Dominion, but ucnv it is estimated that the communicants to- tal iiea'r The total number of places of worship, self-sustaining antt supported is over ment, published recently -that prices ic oe nui mane of necessities, such as' butter 'ire and tllat also bc 8iv- liktly to soar tills winter- Mr Me- cn a to another street Klllop said "that the1 people should Ior wil1 not take any stock in'the story, did not think butler would reach such llgurc as 50 cents a pound. Potatoes are cheaper than they have been for years. About the only ar- ticle likely to lie scarce is salmon, ft touch fancv interchange free transfers with all other street or interurbau railways entering the city at any time. These interests will he discussed -at the council meeting that His Worship the Mayor says v ill beii held Friday evening to Anglicans..... Baptists...... Cougregationalits Friends Lutherans Methodists..... Presbyteniaus Other bodies 2500 1307 500 5COO 4442 334 ISii.OOC 33S.OOO 2SR.OOO touch fancy prices, but people >Km ''n to con- lon get along very nicely without er Proposition in conjunction with the AilWn company franchise. ---------------------------The Hritishers will ask_ that the lat-I j ter franchise he not made exclusive LABOR DISPUTES tlmt get to IN SEPTEMBER i build. A large attendance of the rale- Ottawa, Oct. improvement I payers is looked for and a most is in labor conditions in re- tcresting competition is assured at' to disturbances through Indus- the ineeting. Large intcrurhan and in il disputes (iiiring September. urban development is embraced in! there were disputes 'in I the plans under way and they olTer duriniv the month, though'to Pl't up bond to insure the) increase Is still maintained ov-sr of any obligations (hey as- the corresponding month last year. Ten disputes In all commenced dur- um September, ihe most serious of which .were those of the coal miners Vancouver Island, and -carpenters at Moose Jaw. The former involv- ed a cessation ot work on the part of iibant three thousand miners em- ployed Hi the Cumberland ;uitl Lidy- siuith coal mines, and was not ter- minated at tlie em! of September. That of thevcarpentcrs at Moose Jaw affected -150 workers, but was not of long duration. A'Jicmt five thousand employees 'were (brown out oi' work disputes September. The imperial German post ofllce has a new machine for printing the stamps !n rolls 'which are used, in automatic slot selling devices. CITY AND DISTRICT Disposes of Lumber Business After conducting a lumber business in (Medicine Hat. continuously since -lune 1882, Hon. W. T.' Finlay -has disposed of his business to the Crown Lumber Co. COINS OF HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Reproductions of tlie coins struck by the British government to comme- morate the victory of Queenston Heights, the centenary of which is being celebrated today. IF YOU WANT TO FIND OUT WHICH IS THE BEST TEA IN CANADA BUY A PACKET OP And it won't sake Ions tn (Tc-cidc. If yon don't find ton su to'whnt yon havo using your groear will roiinid hill pure-base Prof. WIdstoe on Mormon Doctrine Special religious services will be held in the S. O. K. hall, under the auspices of the Church of .Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Sun- day at 10 a.m., '2 p.m., and 7 Professor Wills toe. president of the Dry-Farming Congress, will address the meeting on the doctrines of the church. Other members of the Utah delegation will also speak. The pub- lic ia meat cordially invited to be present. Those interested in. what the Mormons believe should endeavor to attend these services on Sunday next. Provincial Sunday School Convention The eleventh annual Provincial Sunday School convention will be held In the .First Baptist church, Cal- gary, Nov. 12-14. it is the aim of the convention to provide instruction and inspiration for every worker in all departments of the Sunday school, special emphasis being placed upon tho work oi the secondary and adult divisions. A very excellent, program has been prepared. Some of the speak ers being Rev. "W. A. Brown, superin- tendent of the missionary depart- ment ot the international association, Chicago; Dr. Sp-erry, Los Angeles; W. T. Tail, director of the boys' de- partment Y. M. C. A., Edmonton; Rev. Robt. -Pearson, Red Deer; Rev. ,T. P. West man, field secretary Meth- odist S. S., Calgary; Rev. C. T. man, late of .Medicine Hat; Rev. E. j S. Bishop, Maclood; H. F. Kenny, La-1 combe; Rev. .T. -M. Beaton, Ulalr- more; Ilev. J. Sycamore, Calgary; Rev. A. D. Archibald, Calgary; Rev. M. A. Maclean, Calgary; J. R. Brown lee, Calgary; Mrs. F. G. Marwotxl, I Calgary: Dr. Evelyn Windsor, Cal- gary; Mrs. A. D. Archibald, Calgary, i and H. Robinson, Calgary. Ar- rangements for convention rates are J being made 'with, the railway com- j panics, and ail trains on Nov. ]'2 and j 13 will be met by boys of the Sunday i school messenger service. The Ladies' Store Ac.di. Block CLARKE CO. Clarke' Saturday's Bargain Bulletin Alluring in Values and Assortments Involved The discriminating buyer who is a good judge of only words praise for these weekly sale events, bargain items that are presented to you without the blare of sale trumpets, yet matchless in their goodness and the satis- factory selections involved. Thrifty buyers will bc'in evidence hero tomorrow; for this week's bargain list incliules necessities Iliat you require almost every day.iii the year. Fvery item js taken from our regular .stock wliich is a. guarantee of its high quality and i.s at a ven, special, extremely loAVt one-day price, which means a very exceptional money-saving opportunily. Saturday's Wash Goods Bargain lOc REGULAR 16c VALUES Prints and Ginghams iu a big range of colors and washable. Saturday's Towel Bargain 171-2c 'REGULAR 25c. VALUES Excellent quality pure linen huck towels, iu large size, extra 'Special Saturday's Velour Bargain 17 l-2c REGULAR 25c and 35c VALUES Stripes, checks and handsome floral designs In extra gocxl quality, reversible cloth for klmonas, etc. Saturday's Cotton Bargain IOC REGULAR 15c.'VALUES Bamayit. cambric :and long cloth in excerptionailly nice qualities nil oil sale at a bargain Saturday's Bargains in Millinery and Ready-to-Wear ARE OF AN UNUSUALLY INTERESTING CHARACTER and worthy your imm-ediate and most particular attention. AVe give the details briefly, confining ourselves to a few comparisons of prices, as descriptions could not more firmly convince you of the genuine worth of every sale lot. Half Price Dress Sale WORTH..UP TO Pure wool materials, iill good styles in various "colors 1 'Saturday's Suit Sale WORTH UP TO S27.50 Tweeds and serges In a-lovely range of styles, every one new this season SAT1IRDAFTHE LAST DAY OF THE SALE'OF COATS: AND 8UITH Another week-end bargain in high-class Millinery; worth S3.00 and style 1Iew up-to-date and absolutely exclusive. with "this store.- Saturday's Underwear Bargain REGULAR VALUE Union Suits in white and natural colors, in al! the women's Saturday's Scarf Bargain REGULAR VALUES Plain chiffon and baautifullr beailcd scarves, ill all colors and large sizes Saturday's Waist Bargain HALF PRICE Silks, linens and fancy mualin waists in something like :i score of various styles and prices. Saturday's Hosiery Bargain 25c REGULAR 40c VALUES Cashmeres in plain and ribbed weaves, as well heavy worsted hose in all sizes' Deianey's Meat Market George A. Dclaney, the well-known meat merchant of this city, has en- larged bis premises oa Fourth Ave., and DOW boasts having the tnost'mod- ern fish and poultry department in Southern Alberta connected with his I meat business. His business has in- I creased at a remarkable rate since I lie opened here less than thVee years 1 ago. He handles local meats, and i kills and drosses it at his own slaugh- ter lionpo fcitnatod oiu; mils south- of iiio saol. A fine HTIMV- of beef iniiium, perk. jiouJiry, vvi'I M-cn at liis mnrkuf now, as tie hi ;m extra lino tuialily of mmts foi- Dry-l-'arminH Consrs'ss. He i> iti an nge deiwrtincnt, and just ns soon :is his now machinery arrives he will I have this department open for in-j spectian at all times, which may also) be sait! iu regard to his shmstiter house. He lias an export sausage- maker in his employ now, and ex- pects to make every variety of saua-j age thai, one might wish to taste. j During tbe past, few months he has j bought all the laoibs available from' Mayor Hatch, ami has used threft car- loads of mutton, which he purchased at Grassy Lake. He uses from fifty to sixty bead of cattle per month, and makes it his aim to buy nothing but Al quality, which be seen by anyone who sees his present dis- play, bavin? just, bought sixty headj of the finest rattle ever seen in this" r.-nrt. in" ibo jH'ovinre from W. S, this rlty. Mr. DrMiWoy always triod [f> fio 10 lii.s many nnd withl liis iir.-Si'iit marliet haw vooiii lo caa-e the ever incrcnslni; demands of his cufitomere, who M'ill always be welcomed and treated F-'1'' and scjunvely by him and his able staff. GETS DISMISSAL George Mann, Old Civil Servant, Gets Notice From Ottawa. STEAMSHIP ARRIVALS j According to advices received by Mr. S. Mitchell, tho Cunard liner Matirctania is reported forty miles east of Sandy Hook, and will dock in Nov.' York this morning. The reported by wire- less 33o miles cast of Belle Isle, and is due in Quebec early Sunday monir Ing. Montreal Sunday evening. Waal- em passengers due Friday morning at Letbbrldg'C., The Star liner Meganiic was 2nd miles east of Hells Isle yesterday. at Qimbec Saturday, Montreal Sunday, piipseiiscrs will ri'ach n.m. Thursday. A Ifirjvnotto witb a teltiscoptc baiidl-: pcniiit it to ('lUTit'il in a wo- iin'ii handbag or purKe a novelty. Edmonton. Alta.. Oct. S. Mann, Indian agent at Hobema, has been dismi-aSfid -by Ihe governnienit; Mr. Maun is US years of age and .hss h-sen an active worker among tbe In- dians since prior to the Northwest re- bellion. Now old and worn out in the service, ho is tho recipient ot a curt notice frcm tbe Conservative govern- ment to tlio effect that his services arc no longer desired. The actioa has aroused indignation among .the early settlers who have known Mr. -Mian for so nuiny years.' was. up to tlui time of tho rebellion, Indian instructor at Frog and. Onion During; tho rebellion he was a promin- ent figure taking an r.ctivo part and bee-undo of his aerjtuiiiitamv with the tniiosraphy k-nowlftdKe of !ho