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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETTmRTnOE DAILY Friday, .October 20, 1.011. Specials for Saturday -AT- George KBIT We UiiU'.luU Keceived ii Very Choice Lot. of MONTANA WEALTHIES The lii'sl :ipplr on (he at presoul. Tlie price is. per VLso some uvj Choice Peaches, case. 7C- Tomatoes i 25c 25c Tokay Grapes per basket Celery. 2 Ibs. for Cranberries 2 Its. for Sweet Potatoes 4 Ibs. for 25c Tomatoes 2 Ibs. for......... Oranges per Lemons, per doren Choice Table Apples for Phone Your 'Orders Early' Delivery 50s 3Ge 25s Ensure Quick flGEQRGE KERR CO. SPOKANE IS GLAD IT THE COMMISSION SYSTEM New Plan of Government Found tp.'be Very Successful made for from 30 loss In recent yours. ,wltli'ont rixliicliii city WIIBL- scnlc or decreasing our standards of iiunllty. The oi-s' .ring is broken of our KOCS to those .wiio IIIIVB. done. In'lha pastv For Iho Spokane, Oct.1 I first iliiut in our history a contractor months' experience with the conimis- j has been fined for delaying public fclon form of government In work. which is under the control of the pie through tlie profertMlla! ele. ..Ollr tax 1ovy WOMAN FACES A mm CHARGE Worked an Advertising Scheme-She has Been Arrested A woman falling hci'M-lf Miss V. lung, of .Spokane, was aiTtsLed last night on Uii- clinrgt1 til' mon- ey under falsi- pretrnccs. It is ulleg- lh ljwt n deficit i ed lliat she went Io several uf Astern, the tiilutunu ami ruicix-iiuum uf left bv the former llui nm( tlie ivt-nll has proved hlBlil.v 1 Direct L-llirkMic-y hits clAlms of irrosporiaflilliiy and incom potency, party bossism lias bet'ii ollmiuated. thy laws a r? (Niforcvil, tho are obtaining coins' worth of work for ;i doiliir, miiuit'ipal improvement bonds command hisdi premiums and tlie o ivy's credit is edya in the. business houses and passed herself Slot1 ted for years. "The various dopar i managed with eHU'Ieney tuut man souse. The- w.ttnr wfl! and j ing facts. While Jliss was do- tlie old sys.em. There are some. I 0'OIU1- "ml "re maintain- worK for tlir hospital nil thai of coarse, who honestly bvlievc tlle vvas P1' I I lie hospital would rccciic. it is al- old form is better, he added, but thai50 I'Hlille service coi-po? chief opposition to Hie adoption of tlie encouraged and enforced, wh KI The best pan. of the Barter and ils coniimmnce comes io give good service: rcm those whose private selfish In- i .'lre :ln" is'claimed would net about j iuiVits are beins Interfered with bv ol are COM-i L' U.c beneficial change In administra- llllclc" tion introduced by the present vovern- Prererontial system of volins. i "arrant was mem. the short ballot and the election of llcl arrest with the result. at Ip'-zo. who select "lat- in hy the po- ng tho clilcf points of ad- ,e of commission form of men; the party system .one of tL'Olr on thi! of ing ns muyor, are other features whicli JSLIVO strong ar- Py tliult-r i'.Tisf; jtretenyes. Shr inline- jKTOieiils in tlieir fa.ur. Hereattur iliatoly sreurwl licr rulrasc on fimilsll- history Ing a J200 caxl, tail Ottawa, Oct. William Grey tariff as it sta.Hls and they calculate Fassett says: the.. Uaharaas. under it r, "For its tad a conference with -Hon. Geo. E. equal to what" thev now enjoy coininiinity Is not disturbed !lt election. Riving j Tin; case came up for trial this t the city hall, i1 voter excuse tor ignorance of bll( sel m.n re.iuire prosecution to -Foster, minister of Trade and Com- would also he free of larilT trouble nenn. this inpfnlng. when the pro- with the United suites ard would posed union of. the Bahamas with 'derive the benefits from coniraission.T; dften do not agree rious- mer.sures. bin i1 voter excuse tor ignorance of tlle me" their :l non-partisan affidavit av.d i-ctlrlcl The Famous. Does Not Strain the Eyes Don't use a small, concentrated light over one shoulder. It puts an unequal strain on your eyes. Use a diffused, soft, mellow light that cannot Wicker, that equal- izes the work of the eyes, such as the Rayo Lamp gives, and avoid eye strain. The Kayo is designed to give the best light, and it does. It has a strong, durable shade-holder that is held firm and-true. A new burner gives added strength. Made of, solid brass and finished in riickeK Easy to keep polished.' The Rayo is low priced, but no other lamp gives a better light at any price. Once a Rayo Uier, One. Dealers Eltryuhere. If Hot at yours, u'riltfor circular to the nearest ufincy vfthe The Imperial Oil Company _______ _ o.uu latura. His mission to Canada is not want of Elich a market has 'of m's and the taxpayer I the majority much more closely than i s.lmc, the conference this morn- the fruit production of the -Uahamas to whom to apply for his i could be obtained by caucus, coureu- Ing may tead to some sort of under- [to decline. Tlie trade of the islands The result is that ward representation. On the standing making possible a series of has been 'iarsolv with the United in hours and days, -where y-'l'ole, u-e believe Spokane has tho 'more 'formal negotiations through the I States, moia especially with i: -formerly required weeks and most advanced and characteristic com Imperial government. An organic tin- j Vork, ami ilia United Stales tariff j I mission charter yet adopted by any ion Eljch-ra the.Balmmas are asking j lias proved a decided injury to the] "Street and other improvements are [city in this or other countries.' could'be brought about by simply i trade of the island, the salt trade transferring the appointive council of the island .commercial union being of i having- been alnios: mined. Import ance is now given to rL'.? union now courre ail, integral part of the ar- j proposed in tlie fact that tho Bahamas rangeiuent. are per-} lie direotly la Liu; new tiade roiue of fectly'.wiKjng tlie Canadian the Panama Canal. TRAIN STOPPED UV HUGE PILE OF WHEAT G. PUT UNSKILLED MEN AT WORK TOunipejr. Oct. lowing''up Kindereley. Oct. closing of Its declaration that the striking-rme- an elevator at Laura lied up. tlie dlanics and hollermakers ai'j no Lake Hii2 of the C. V. Ii anil or employed by thorn, the G. T. P. I it was until nCtor o'clock in the liaihvay has put non-union man Co evening thai the Goose Lake train north of Edmonton, jar-rived In Saskatoon. The accident The only men that could be secured happened at noon and just a'short were'unskilled-laborers .and accord-! lime before the Ooosa Lalie train ing-to the" strikers these scat-3 are arrivad at Laura, potter.ins about the shops doing little The elevator v.-iihout any warning of anything. Xo attempt lias been suddenly slid over with a crash anil madeito Interfere with them by tlie j 000 of on men Jon strike who regard the em- i track, jlen were set to work. im- Jlloynieut of laborers ii) do their work mediately' to clear -the. grain and (ie- as pretty much a joke. Tlie company, evidently serious-in1 their Intention to replace tlie strikers hy or unskilled if -exper- ienced workers cannot be -.secured. In Car Load Lots or Small Orders. PROMPT DELIVERY. Mock Co 1 JOHNSON BLOCK Phones .1342 and 1116 P. O. Box 1291 bris from the track but tlva Gpose Lake train had io be held over 'three hours before it coiikl Tbe elevator was, the property of I he GoorfG Laky Grain? and Lumber company. DISTRICT NEWS COALDALE Most any one can be an editor. All' thy editor has got to do is to sit at a desk six out of the-week, four- weeks of the month, and twelve inonlhs cf i lie., year, and "eilit" such stuff as this: Jones of CactL-j Creek let a opener -s'.ip last, week, and cut i herself in the pantry." "A mischlev-1 oils' lad of Piketown, threw a stons j IRON SPRINGS NOTES g hnne in u. good many dilYt-r- ent phices. It. is understood Uuii Miss Vsing is not Inn' lea! name, -foul, llmi site i.s the wife of a prominent business man in Si'.oi.'r.r.r, and ii" this is so it i.s rjuifc provable, that he will he brought here as a witness. Geo. Sine. smoke. Threshin Fisher new Case Ki- Georgs say: "Watch, my In. the.. order of lira dny. Torn Wright is strll' at Turin, and do- ing .excellent Ihero is I1, and twenty bifshels to the acre. Brady's machine is still in Dick--' Wright's hG-jp'ital. Repairs' are coming- from Arthur Hunt is busy hauling: No. 1' bea-i to Diamo-iid City. Xeariy all the farmers are and struck Mr. Pike in the ji'iley last to Coaklale. Four tents moro DIED FROM DRINKING' .ALCOHOL ON WAGER y, Vegreville Rutheriian Dis- posed of Entire Bottle in Sunday Debauch Vegccvillc, Oci. A tragic, nc- 'Molm Doe climbed c per bushel, ami a belter snide makes j Place on Tuesday." the of his housa last wt'jk, looit-ia big thing times. 11 at e home of Steve HusnakVacross'thc TEACHERS MEET HERE_KTWEEK Programme has Been ranged for the Annual J Convention Tin; (il'Ui aiunuil convention of the Alhcrta Teachers' Associu- ;iun be held in tfie Cent nil .school here on Thursday anil Friday 01' next week. The programme arrang- ed .is as follows Madame A THIRD DAILY AT ST. KITTS St. Catharines, Cathar- ines is to havo another daily news- paper, making three in all. It. is Be founded by a couple of wealthy members of the city council who re- sent the criticism which has been heaped upon them by tlie two existing, newspapers in connection poiit- 'cal matters. GILL BREAKS RECORD St. Louis, Oct. W. Gill, in a biplane .broke tlie American endurance record on Kinloch field here this after- noon by remaining in the air' four hours, Iff minutes and ;in seconds. The former record made by the late St. Croix .lobnstone M-aa foui- hours and one minute. us for u 'leak, aiirl fell, E-'rIkIng him-] C-JOVAO ii'.uyhes does big business on track when PcdjjruK- fell a victim to his abnormal crav'mtr f0r a'lcohol, At the; liutheniiin Church on Sun- day morping the priest made a spuu- ial appeal'.io his people to refrain from liquor, but how unavailing _ is j shov.ii by (lit? unhappy occurrence j.pok in tlic A numiinr of the Hiilhenians 'were drinking at and in the course of their debauch a wager was made that Kcdoruk could not, dispose, of a bottle of liquor, which mention- ed us being pure alcohol, a rank poi- Feilonifc the wngpr and dran'i the liquor.-Naturally it ca-jsed 1oial Morning .Session, 11 o'clock lU'uelHiun and registration of teach- s'. A. M. Cionion. Addresses oi Ad- ams, .1. II. Fleelwood, Ksq., n'aii.oi i'uhlic School Hoaru A. 1-Juchannn, IU.P. Kt-hical self on the back jiorch." "While; his coal mine on cold days. (Ja'J Harold Green wns escortingMi-js and see him. Coa! is getting better let. Wise from the church social JustJin the new enlfy. When the fanners Saturday night, a savage dog attack-i of Iron Springs get rich-they are nil ed them and bit Gr'c'an sev-eral 1 aoing" to move to Sou'theru Ciiliforaia Umss on the public square." "Isaiah until tlie ccal is setUad. Trimmer, of Riiniirag- Creek, was play-! A. Jones is building a fine large ing with a oat Friday when it scratch-1 barn'with a bis tin' stairs.'- Going- to ed him on 'the veranda." '-'Mr. Pong, i christen her a dance, Ed, eh? while harnessing a broncho last Sat- urday, was kicked just south -of tha corn HaniiHt Home esbi nines were hfxf at the church Sumliiy, 'and splendid Mr. Galose is threshing everything in his way, doinj? fine work -this year. John Tenant is still thrwhing. J. W. Cox sold' for fifteen thousand doKars. .Monoy is no ob- decorations greetc-ri the large attend-jjcct to buynrs see Iron Springs ance. Rev. Perry .Air. Mackenzie. laad. There are still a few farms from Lethbridee, were ,tlvj speakers. left that might bo bought for the same A (juartetie from Adams sang.. T. P. Brown spent Sunday with the home folks. Last Wednesday Suggitt was is tow Cor the Ladies' Aid. A chick- en pfe supper will be held the first Part of November. -Miss Leffler will be the next Jiosvess. Airs. McArthur is entertaining a usin' from North .Dakota. figure. WANT BALFOUR TO RUN Reglna, ask., Oct. A petition is being S. Crest has returned BLACK KNIGHTPOIJSH "Stack Knight" Stove Polish pm the ahlne that lasts. Just a small daub over big curface. Just a few light nibi with cloth or bmsh brings a shine yon can your face aVid tlie shine lasts for fresh, bright, brilliant- ly black. Try the qnick, clean and easy way al shining Staves, Grates and Ironwork. r.f. A bit or ofl receipt of price. "2 In I" I'olitli. her homo after spending-this summer I expected to ran. in .Montana. circulated asking James Bal- four, a prominent barrluter, to stand for mayor nt. the next municipal elec- tions. Although he has made no def- inite sjatemcnt it. is altogether like- ly that Mr. CaUour ,will consent. P. present mayor, is alno BARRHILL .Harrihll, Oct. (jeoiile are busy with thrc-Jhi-lg. If ths weather keens dry this week, we will have tlio most of the grain threshed in the Harrhill district.. The-yield .is good, ranging between 20 anil SO bushels to the aero of Oats give from -10 up to 75 -to the acre. Charley Gnude, our champion thresh cr. is at Mr. Benning's field today. Charley has a good outfit; and has flonc good work. John Flatebo, who the separator tender, Is an old j llirwhcr man from South Dakota, and knows his business. Wliilnrl Mrothyrs sold a team of horses, ivaKon and harness to' Clinton Uradhiiry .for lloldus liros. are reported to have rail bad luck with their engine again. Carl Johnson, who sold his timu ago, OKIICCIH to take trip to Norway this coming winter, md Intends -to return nvwi spring. Of onrse, not with thn yqung ady left there some years ngo. Mr. and Mrs. Tnngcn visited at Win- arl's on Sunday. .Mrs. Wlnlarl Is m the sick list yet, and has been In. lied for.several months. Obligation of Perry. Afternoon Session, 2 O'clock Drawing and Art in Public .Schools Beryl NimcioMS. Literature in Senior S. Nr: 1-hiinilibih C'alisthc.nics iMr. L. U'ilkcK. Methods in -Junior R. Ilarhcr. Session, 8 O'clock The Lcllibritlgc .School' Hoard and Members of tfiu staff will tender a rc- cepUon to the visiting teacliurs. FRIDAY U Morning Session, !J O'clock of Minnies. paraM, and in of evcrv tnl iUtcntion given IIIR: Hill victin.' ex- i (jeers [tired in a hours Aims and Mctliods in Mrnld. Address The Socinlizaliuii of .School Work. ,lns. McL'nlg, KSIJ., LL.B., of ScliooUs-; Edmonton.. Afternoon Session, 1.30 O'elcck "Language Work in ..Innior Miss R. jiowles. LOVE WILL FIND THE WAY Auction Sale OF Horses and Cattle Tuesday, Oct. 24 AT 1 O'COCK AT J. A. SMITH'S SALE BARN J27 3rd roar of SUndard Garage Olio span mares in fofll, 7 and S ycurs old; 1300 1 myre 10 old, sup- posed to in foal. 1 heavy draft years old, weight 1SOO, 1 fancy driving tenin of reg- Istort.-d umros, "i-isinj; -1 years broken. 1 heavy, draft. s yr.iirfl old. 1 nuire. -1 yonrs old. broken. 1 gelding, lianilltouiRii ris-, ing ;i years old, broknn. 1 pony niarc. cholco dairy cows itntl hc'ifors. Missionary Secured transfer of Cir- ctii! -in Order to Wed Kingston, eveniiii! Walter Math-jdist at Tlirc'a-JIIlo-Bay, NT., was married' to Miss Blanche Stoncss, daughter of ox-Wnrdcn .Tahez Sloncss. Tho wedding has a tinge of ro- mance in it. Mr. Dohbie was a mis- sionary in Kingston circuit when ha j fell In love with Miss Stoness, but a i niit-Jionary is not allowed to marry nn- til he is fully ordained. In tn j win tho lady of Ills' choice ho j transferred to n circuit in Vow S'orii i State, where there is no marriage rc- 'strlr.lion. '1'bc marriaBO was i.wrformed liy Ulr. Ilamn, of Sydunham, at the liome of the.bnde's father at Perth. .LAST SAILINGS HI. Lawrence Torts MONTREAL and QUEBEC via EMPRESS OF IRELAND Friday, Nov. 17 LAKE CHAMPLAIN Thursday, Nov.'23 Winter xcursipn Rates On Sslt Daily, Kov, I did to DEC 21st RESERVE BERTHS NOVV l''firly Applicaiits Uc-t Greater Choice. Rates, Details. Literature from any Railway Agerii. J. S. CARTER. Gen'l. Agent, fylain Street, Winnipeg. FOREMAN BADLY BURNED New Stirling ,0cl. rather dis- .Schoo! discussion acciflout occurred on the sec- fed .by Messrs. Low, Stcclc, Keith [fon Wilson SkJinj; and Stir- and Urandow. j'ins on Sunday morning The 'Tlie present, oflicurs of the assoda- oi l''ar'; the ond of t.ion lion, IJrcsidenl, ASHDOWN ENTERS A LIBEL ACTION Wlnniirag, Oct. I'S.-J. [I. Ash'down tills morning lit tho court house filed statomont of tliiim action for lilioj which he has entered against tho Winnipeg Saturday'I'osl, claiming daningcs for nn article publish- by tho. I'osl during the v-lection fainpalsn.concerning an alleged trail-' nanllon In connoctlon with a.slcnm boat line which had beeii oslabltahed by Ihr- merchants of Winnipeg in the early days. iiBh A. Allan has resinned fiuin the Grand Trunk Pacific, having tn.'i- cu nj) his residence abroad. AlcKerricher, H. A., Inspector .Seliools president, Jliss M. V. Ben- nett secretary-treasurer, Miss KUie! A (lily. FILES cnor.s PETITION Toronto. Oct. W. Charl- tpn has rejilicd to tho election protest of Alexander' JloCalf, Norfolk. Itobf. AlcKay today filed Mr. Cliarlton's (Jross-pctition. tbelalic at Hio tank has besn In poor condition of Into and iHriuired repairs on Sunday. John Cantann, 'who bad boon promoted to a the day before, look his gang out. jam! whoa prcpLirinc d'lynor ion the fire.' Tho oil exploded in his face, burning him rcvorcly. He was taken to bis borne in New Stirling :niri on Monday morul-ag'a (rain taken to Gait Hospital, Lethbridg-n, where bis injuries were attended 'to. Tho unfortunate man will be off work for some tim'j. BRAIN WOMME1S who get little exercise, .feel bettor'all round [or an occasional dose of NA-DRU-1 Laxatives They tcne up Ihe liver, move the bowels gehlly but freely, cleanse and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared by a reliable firm, and worthy cf the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark 25c. a box. if your druggist has nof yet stocked them, send 25c, and we will mall them. NATIONAL DRUG CHEMICAL COMPANY or CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL 21 ;