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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETflBBTDOE DAILY ITERALP t .EDITED Office Phone 1224. Residence Phone 774 mis truth cmiira lo us move iml M l.oidon lian on'Momlni im.li. tlu lonyi Mt im Unit on Hi ,l aunui sM'Sslomm Cm >Ul Ilild oi in iilnt urn oim oi hold HI i'6an Kith ilnL mis uc do "Ui dull, mi... m illi is nil I.It.1 oi mil ttlnl II dull Ib IJIl.ft 01 "'ill SpllP lid ol u gtLllt HSSOIlOh ulnci 11 dull lo li 1 uui il it i. il mil iniiiu lien 01 (l qiu Huii'oii 101 tin ball ,nt so'.cited [loin Lieu ind 'lit lobe- sent to Mrs. -I. Ooulton, 333 Si ah St on 'Vi-Incsdai the ption of tie 1 ome niide cotAmg, ivbicii is to be sent- .to t-hi: ball on 'rhursd.il An excellent concert Q! tbc best lo- cil liltnl uill he tcadcrtd in the foi wllltl an admission of twcnl.v-live cents will be charged. foiyincs lolltl of eold and enami'l set. ivilh'precious stones, a sta'fbv-of UioroiiKhhred IIOIT.US, and Ihp diesl automobile that HttJIn Hill ll't liio mcit Mondtitul Rifts offa.ll. were a 'house of her and ii ifgii'ienl of to) sol diets hi hut icil onts in sbiijjfiir. uniforms, wliu presented arms her mil silutrd hci a-> thtir Nol, sip udi following is an account of 'dm prc.srnls rcceivi'd fin her eight pKiitli hii Ihd M ifiL I'inn ess ittotia Ihtit tit 'I' s oi jcurls noilb Mrs, the pro fiH, Oht., upstair, formerlv of but nov; of Montreal, distinction of being .fat woman student m UIL 1 jngstifl went to Montruil iert vl.cn sht, tnttred iht law of Hall and Gar- ijca'i, with which nun slit, i-, now ts- Slic is u n ULVCI having pissed tbe-scnior matriculation examinations in Oiitiiuo at Ihc of ind accorijiiigl> n ulm idmittcrl to the McGill faciilly of law As the bai oi the prounce of Que- bec is not author ed to idmit Mrs. "LahgstafI find it ne- to i special bill pissLd bj tho house YJ.C.A. DOING AJFINE WORK Amongst the Many For- c.yners Coming to this Country C. 1C. Ciilhoun, lU'prMentlng tlio in- lornntlonal Committee of'the Y. 41. C. A. in tho Canadian section of tho gen- eral field, arrived in this morning from Cranbrbok. Mr. Cal- noim is visiting 'p.11 :tho Association-.] In Western Canada, giving addresses at all thu fllffanmi cities. From I.otii- IU'lclge Mr. Calhbun goes east to Bran- lion and Winnipeg and then back to the bead office 'of -the Canadian sec- tion at Monti3.il the the body- mil she ind hut l tht the punrt Tit d .than ever in enthusiasm over their regiment icerTby'thiu Herald this morn- ing Mr.'Cailioun .was 'most enthusia-. tlc'ln'hji jiraisc for It's Lethbrldge As Kociation. here a building tent yon should all lie proud was the %aj he oxprejeed hinifaeh I'be most -striking feature being the fine disposition ,of the >pae.a the. work done Ulia past year by the'Jntcrnationl Section of, the "M C 1, 'Mr Calhoun had tho fallowing to C 000 000 souls leaie Cm ope each year for They eini grata from: twenty: ports, at eleven of which eleven 'Association -representa- tives arc -young men, emigrating-to North America were touched last year by our port cards of Inlro- duciiou were. and letters wore written Ihthvslr behalf lo sec- retaries in North-America." The sec- retaries visit the hotels arid ships, nteet trains and boats, advise and direct the inen, falling them how best to pippaie for their and nhat to do when they land.'.They co-operate -.vith other agenctec and bring, to bear upon the mind and heart of the emi- grmt the principles and tenderness of itlie Christian faith a'j exemplified in a Christum gentleman. cm- lofantEj last veal In North Americi the principal ports being New Yorir. naltirhore, Philadelphia, ifoston, Portland SI Mohn Halifax. Quebec and -Montreal young men were spoken to list vcar by thirteen who wrote 13.000 "flatters to relatives and friends of tho .immigrants, commnni cated with -100 Inland Associations whlcli asked: -to co-operate in serving men and .-rendering a varietj ol en ices which only the immigrants utf-jag can pieacnoe They com muuioated u'th friends, advised them as' to destm-ltion usitod the sick in the. found employment lor some, lind gave to all who chose i caul of to Association Medicine Hat Oct .1-Ioc MoUlr points of destination the, man up in court last the'Association was particularly active, secre- t-Ties meeting the foreigneis at the SHOOTING WITH INTENT TO KILL Preferred Against Joe McLaren at Medicine Hat Taylor's Greenhouse has been newly fUttd up', and 'I Has now a tuU supply of Potted Plants and Ferns m great mriety, as well as cut All Orders Promptly Attended To MRS, HUGH TAYLOR Phone 675 Geo. Taylor's old stand CORNER 6th AVE ind 12th IT SOUTH "V trains, took, thorn their .frlendf, luidlajf them loom boarU and cm Tho majority of thw AB Eoclivlions conducted for iha lorcigners to receiyt IpitructioR in i eading ind n riling KugllBh laug are Invittd wegk, .-in. connection with the shoot- ing, belonging; to Ghas. Fre- hSi near Lake, is up again on a very serioii-s charge, that Bnooting nt in4cut to Tvili G'oige Frerichs, a boy .of ubout tan yours.ol ago. 1 .According to the boy's story .in the Barracks before, CiLptain Parker yea terdiy he w is out it thp parn-milking in-the early morning of t! I'th when he noticed a man and a boi wilking along the fence fit the end of the flpld He cliiriljed up in the barn where he could, see them better and mode out whom he thought was McLaren and his be 1 hov onif c. t oi pie uf no ts out of Ui" i nte and v ere pulling it (own He cot f om the bain en iffM up a nonv and iode down to thcv had pul'iecl down tin fence! co irirD vho it wib He follow j ert tneni oiei lull and j Mr AU1 irei iiri li bo> Ijlns u, tlic giPEJ is (Jjftae j WH" i gun u him "t T distancc-'of about ;30 yards j and itsclnrset! it tLi builet oetween him and the horses head. A, fiow liaivs wore clipped from tlic mano or the ponj Us then gilloped baL v. uoir3 mil told Mb father I BRANDON FARMERS MUCH WORRIED About the Fuel and Gram Conditions in That District Brandon Oct Jl re t ser us bicik in the pumping machinery at the M atom orks about 5 o clock tbig morning M itii the raaulv tifAt the entire water sjslem wan oft until about All a pf the being turned off preat ineon lenience was experienced all mar the. clly, K IE quite apparent that the farm ers In many df'-itricts. aro-.iriuch con- cerned regarding: the fuel and grain conditions as they at pieaent There is thai Mill result uniesa conditions fipproie and there Is exceptionally iRvorable OUR BEST" Flour Leads them during nuntindcr at while tbrmtalBg IB advanced In diitricU, to not one third of the work to com ptetcd and great quantitta of wbich have ben i'llppjrt at In other ream are (till In the hand! of the farmers a retolt ol and tot general carejmmw of thfc people in (ettltiK coal supptlo earlv It la believed that than U a decided danger of a general whftn the (ram ruah commeaeM A. coo- unuatlon of the fine weather .which, appear? to have Bet In now would Iqi- mensel) mprm e condlrlona TRAFALGAR DAY Today is Trafalgar the Sons of England -rill recog nize it uith a fitting celebra iion in theft ledge room to- night. WILL BUILD A MODEL TOWN tin. del id IlHirsilo.) OIIL oi c'il lull c tan, ilcili in HIL lilbiou of l ilSTi! 'i conmniiii il- ui wlii.il n suidicile of local capital ibt he ilti 1 be land and Genpi- nl IniLStniPiit (oininiu, I W "pur tin tnttiisile o Mahnig for Ihict arlns of million dol'ais lilt, IR piiidi vscrs intend placing j tho oil tlic market ij ?lioit Imir 11 consists of 700 lores I oi i.hc choicest land in southcust Cal- in L-IUSI' proximity to the C.P. H f'lt'tolx block iilonr tin: main line. II. consisls of all oj 3J anil a portion oi 2( I In) "ill Imild i miHkl limn ONTARIO NOMINATIONS Toronto. Oct. PHoiljoro l.iliiirula will probably noinlimle li. Hall. ex-M.P. for (he Icalslaluro ul convention tomorrow. Soulli I'ortli Liberals are expected -to renoni- Inulp Ihn present member, KtOClv, 1W.U High Grade Footwear AT "THE PAY" New Styles New Fittings Old Values We have just taken delivery of our new fall stock pf that most popular of all high clam footwear, the SU-Kid ci on n t; and anxious to scciuo foi our cus- all llmt is aencst and boM: in the o f Footwear, c c been awaided full conti ol of this popular brand Coi fhe cntuc WHERE QUALITY COUNTS, WE WIN OUT A few SU-Kid models, that must not only be seen, but worn, tO'be thoroughly appreciated Ladies' Tan Calf Buttoned High out fancj collai toe short Cuban heel 1 2 sires fn all LadicH Demi Glavie Button flut, gun mclal high toe with a peculiar swing whicn to these desir- ing aomsthlnj and snappy tor Pill wear can be obtained only at The Bay------- Ladies' Tan Calf Bluvhcrs High cut, a good stout boot, with short vamp ind high toe, thil Mill carry 501 wirm and dry through alj weather. Ladles' Black Calf Oxfords High toe, with a smart swing, nomethlnt new. The cutest thing over phiced on tin market. Tlio foui models closuihcd .ilxnc but a fninl onlluie of the main now fc.iliurs li.nc lo place hclojo yon RincU ,i cnll will nilciosl Wo pl.ico 0111 slock al >oin s- posdl .nul MIP iindci no Hi! Hudson's Bay Company ;