Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hetel Windsor i Day Hotel lo Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LET HE RID BE The Dallas Hotel l> the and Cenvtrv lent Place to Stay Ranges, Stoves, Heaters, Gas Cooking Apparatus We sell the very highest type con- structed-in each of these lines. All fully equipped with all the new- est improvements and some have a few exclusive ideas. C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That You Money 310 5th Street Phone 761 X CHOICE FARM NEAR NOBLE V .AT YOUR OWN PRICE A IN THE CLOSING OF AN ESTATE, THIS FARM HAS BEEN. PLACED'ON-THE MARKET AT ABOUT LESS THAN IT IS WORTH.. Apply to X ALBERTA LOAN INVESTMENT CO. Y 416'FIFTH STREET SOUTH Winter Apples of Very High Quality, Guaranteed No. 1 Stock Thai is. what wo.ltiiyo.conlnu'lwl for this year iind wo lire now informed thai one af the cars have bought is In be shipix-d the lirsl week in November. We have sain- ji'os of these in the sloiv now and'will hi1 plcuscil to lukc orders for your winter's Cull and see these yoods; -I'ltp ear we have coming is guaranteed ex- ai-lly like UK- samples. We tilso have a ear. of No. 1 Washington Kings lieds tt> arrive tliis week. .More particulars about those as sooii 'as we ure notified that the ear hits-been shipped. Quality" taken inlit consideration j our .prices are guar- anteed. Grocery Dept WhoteMle THE GOOD COMPANY High Claw Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and-Retail Hi Dtpt INCH WILL GET ANOTHER VESSEL DISTRICT Captain of Volturno Will Not be Barred by Unwritten Law of tht Sea. New York, Oct. unwritten tjiit almost inexorable lair of the SPSS vhlcn bars a captain who" loses'tits ship from being given another com- mand, will not be applied to Captain Inch, of. the Voltumo. The officials ot the Uranium line made it kcown'today .that the: heroism of the young, desperate efforts to FaVe ills vessel and the brave part be played ID the battle which resulted in the Earing of such a large'propor- tion "of the Volturco's. passengers and preserve riini from ine fate .of many masters wbose ship the sea has claimed.. line; needs men like paid Jlanager E. O. Thomas today. "He will be siren another boat to command and we will toe gUd to keep him in our employ." WEATHER High Low Ulhbridge, fair .............C4 2S Edmonton, clcjudr 56 38 Sabiatoon, clear 32 19 Jaw, cloudy 33 19 Bracdon, SUOM-............ 26 13 Winnipeg Fair............ 33 H Port Arthur, cloudy .......25 W .02 Nelson........................ 53 10 Calgarr, clear 62 38 Macleod, 'cloudy' ii 35 Medicine Hat, cloudy SS 30 Prisce Albert, clrar.....: 2S IS .20 Rtgina, cloudy 3S 15 uloops, cloudy 50 3S Penticton.................. .54 42 The weather in Alberta ias fair and quite mild, while in Sas- VatchlTVan and Manitoba it has been fold, rath sonic Hsfat scattered snow- falls. 1 FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- ivith light snow- falls todsy and on Wednesday.- and-mild.. Has Alberta Interests John .M. Downs, the well kuown Spokane realty dealer, who is inter- ested with O. T. Lallirop of thts city in Southern Alberta lands, is in the city' Freemasons Attention .All members ot North Star Lodge, .VFY A-M.. and all .-.Islllas brethren are'requestc'ii to he'at the. lodge -room at one o'clock sharp on -Wednesday for the purpose of attending the fun- eral of the late Brother H. K. Sher- lock. CITY AND DISTRICT A Fine Singer The raanagemeiit of ihe Empres: have secured Mr.- Berg. Ellicgson l< icg at [be Empress starting tonight Court at Cardston Judge'Jacfeson'.ol the District Co'jr is' in Cardston today holding cour in that ton-n. PRIVATE GREETING CARDS As a tailor'mafle suit-Is superior to a rtady-made, so Is a Prirate Xmas Card sun- erior to the general kind and THE COST IS 'tfO HIOT7IER We have the work of the three best- manufacturers for you to select from. IT boss Drug: CITY AND niSTKICT Sold 'His Businett Bam. ]eavos on Sat- urdai-, to pursue his juuslcal slu in Toronto, has sold his business, known as tiie Lethbrldge Clothing House, to C, Johnston, who will .conduct the business under old name; "San .-Toy" Rehearsal society will meet for rehearsal of "Sao Toy" this even- Ing.In "the Majestic Theatre at 7.30 sharp, It.is imperative thai all mem- bers principal parts.should be'ln attendanco on tiros. There will be a meeting of the exocnttre during the rehearsal; business ol importance. Malic for Far North The arrangements for the winter j mall service to Northern Alberta have i been made "as follows: Mall will leave Edmonton on November 2S for Fort MrJQturray, Fort McKay, Fort Chip- Ko'rt IleaoUitlpn, Hay River, Fort. Providence, Port Simeon 'and inter- yen inig. forts to Fort the 29thtof January, 1914, malls will also leave Edmonton, going on as far or.-Fort' Good Hope.7. On February 26 raaa.TFill be sent to-Forta McMufray, Smith Landing; and Fort SmlthV Letters be restricted to one! Making Good Progress .Mr. j. who is in the field for CotntnlssiDiier of Public states that -his .candidature is "being well received. He tears ihe very hiehest credentials as an engineer and feels tbat he can convince the most .Holiday .in City R.'C. Harvey and Jesse Tayjor, ty cf Ihe best known sheep ranclnfra of the Eouth. spent day in the city. exacting of Hw. is (rualifications for of- CASH IF YOU HAVE IT- CREDIT IF YOU'NEED IT. Alberta Outfitters Oomlniort BulfdJng Sixth St S, Lethbridge Visited by O.D.G.M. North Star Lodge, A.F. A.M., had the honor last night of a visit from Stewart, of Calgary, D.D.G.U., and (he occasion was a most interesting one. A number.of degrees were con- ferred, and at-the close the deputy highly praised the brethren on their efficiency. The meeting was followed by a luncheon, M. Bro. E. Oxland presiding. Short addresses were made by Bro. Scon, of Diamond City: W. Bro. J. Jones, of Lethbridge i.oage; AV. Bro. and Dr. Church, of Quebec, Vocal se- ecUons were contributed by Bro. J. T, Pelts and Bro. Sam Sidowski play- ed a violin selection. Didn't Even Have Benzine of the local nirarods so'jnter- ed forth in a one-horse shay, yesterday In Quest of- the wily mallard. They drove to Eight-mile lake, where they picketed Dobbin on the bank to while thty went to the other end of the lake to catch the evening EllshU contented himself with range grass until toward evening, when he began to tWnk of the oats in his man- Mall Service ffce Postrnaater-GeTieral has' com- pleted arrangements, whereby there, vill-be an. unrestricted mail service o the Yukon A Panful Accident out shooting yesterday the gun exploded in the hands of F. W, E-jggilt, brother Suggitt, the! prominent Coaldale farmer, Inflicting serious wounds to his Tight It .s staled (hat the vlcHm or the pain- ful accident will lose the forefinger of his right hand, Said Flock of Sheep Nine hundred head of ewes and lambs, brought into the city by G.-X.1 Snapp, of Warner, wej-e sold W. D. rinley on Saturday the Soutbern Alberta I.and Co., and ship- ped lo their, farms, at the drrectlon oi W. A. -ilcOregor, su- perintendent of farms for the'com-j paoy. Chance for School Boys Ambulance aud first-aid-to-th'e-injur- ed courses are being carried. Into the schools through the medium of tbe cadet corps, and Lethbridge has un- dertaken the work. Hon. Wallace Xeabitt baa offered five rifles lo the first aid team oT school buys under IS years of age that makes the best shov- ing at examinations to be. held this month, the competition being so ar- ranged that (he schools of each prov- ger. and a nke warm bed. So he p'lll- ince compete. The maltt-r was ed ano isn wiiEiuut tn r.nwiVf. brought to the attention of Ihe author' The hunters'returned to the buggy; Hies in Lethbridge about a month ago. Dobbin was no where in sight, so tbey] and work was started. Five learns eet out lo take his place and hauled (rpm the five schools were picked oat, the carriage bomo. Thai wasn't the and have been Instructed by Fire worst of It, though It was bad enO'.iijh. rjhiel JIardy, local secretary of tho.St The harness tad to he packed also, .joint. Ambulance Tinder bul they .hadn't eot a duck, and so, which nrganhallon the compctllfons had the ejtlra weight o''their shells: are being held. Excellent progress lo lug. They all affirm vehtmenlly; has ijcen made, afternooa an thai Ihcre no lake, and examining hoard composed ol F'rov- according to their slory Ihe surveyor; [pclat Secretary Ward of made a silght c-Tfor, Tiie'pond is justj Dr. May of Edmonton Ur.-CamP- tv. miles northeast of hctt of this city txamlned the classtB, The resullR will lie forwarded to Ot LOOK AT OUR GARDEN TRACTS have a few 10 and 20 Acre" Irrigated Tracts, one mile IroiB a school house, and (our miles; from; GalbrsHh school, that fb- can sell for per acre, oa" terms of cash, balanec per month see. be-fore are M gone. TO RENT laid Ct, David Illack, a resident ot Weslnort for 37 years, Is dead; aged the Lethbridge Imperial Orchestra OPEN FOR DANCES FOR THE COMING SEASON PER30NSKI, OK ORCHESTHA Violinist, J. B. leader. R. Hetif, Cornet, R. .Van Heck; Or'umt, S. L. Chap, -pell. Latest popular mutlc. number vOf pieces supplied. For particulars apply .P.O. 434, LETHBRIDCE tawa anii Hit- winners announced from here. A Dainty Toilet Cream-i'o'r -'-Jliladi's Complexion. Ask'us'for a free sample bottle.' J. D. HigmbpthaiB The Store Oh, Litten to the Band! The City Band have secured the Schubert Symphony Club for one con-- cert on Friday; October 24, in the lla" jestic Tli eat all loverB'of music themselves "of the "Oppof- tunityj ct hearing" no belter concert company will appear here this season. The.fact-of 'the. City Band being sponsors for; surely that they are ail thai Is "claim-j ed .for (hem. Make up your and give them-a and get-' 'the worth of-your rnoooy in an even- ing of the 'best music rendered as" only the Schuberts can-render It. Tickets on sale at Kenny Ailln's, price 50 i 'cents, 75-cents and j IN ENGLAND PERCY S. .KELLY GETS SIX WEEKS .HARD FOR FALSE PRETENCES CITY AND DISTRICT li your Name On Saturday is positively the last day to get names aided to ihe volcrg' Ust 3ulte a number have been added dur- ing the pact week, -A 'rom Fri- day is the last day. for-discount on tatea. HOME GROWN WHEAT HOME MILLED WHEAT" HOME LABOUR appeal to yim when buying flour? Do Quality ami Price appeal fo you in making a selection of flour when you arc buying I i il'.so, iiisist using -ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Years Successful Milling- in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Pkone Us 1393 or 1492 and Our Eeiirpscutfltivd will call and measure yonr windows and give you estimalc'.of cost lor stprin sashj! including, banging, IT NOW! :i-'-. r '--V-'- Lumber Co. Ltd. Blnk Buildir.g LErKBRIDGE, Lttbrldge Yard: 1407 3rd Ave. S. Phons 1492 (Glclcben Call) Readers of the Call that in the fall of 1911 one Sunday evening a young Englishman, who was a clerk In tbo Traders IJank, r.ametl Percy created quite a lot of excUemeiit by racing out the back door of the banfe with a revolver shouting for help and Dr. Hughes ran iip the lane and captured Kelly for the robber. ;ExpTanatEonR followed and Kelly continued his race and howling Made Candy PEANUT BAR, ALMOND BAR, PEANUT BRITTLE, TAFFY, CptXMNUT KISSES AND MANY OTHER KINDS' KILLIEN'S 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge of a militia regiment IniCauada. Mr. O'Kourke" Introduced .himrto: anotlicr army chaplahv by whom he was put up for the .night. He promised lo ad- dress the local C.E.M.S. on his work in Canada." On the following day Keliy was found, apparently, unconscious, hear_ R motorcycle; at Hea_dley. He said lie. had met'With an accident and hnd been. robbed of' anil a watch was iinconjclous.' Rev. Mr. O'llourke found him lodgings and gave him fopcl until 'he .went away.' 'Clark said Kelly described hlmseiras a 'clerk In holy orders at Olelehen, Alberta, Canada. There wns no truth In the story .of the rohbery, and a warrant wns for Kelly's arrest.' When taken' Into custody at Is all ifes I told you about losing' the money. 1 unlll he reached Manager Wilson's re-jam not a Supt, Hcubcn sldence where he said the bank was was the sou of llic Talc BUSINESS LOCALS Dauglitc-rfl and Mafds ol Kngiantl whlsl drive, Wadneaday nlghl (n tlic S. 0, K. Ifall, al Oents 50c. dle? 25 cents. Court Star and Courl Unity A. 0. I'. meet ID the Oddfellows Hall OT ilnesday, Oct. 22nd. Special br.s- IUCSB and social. All members are urged to attt-nrf, Canadian Order of I'cKSllta, ilon't forpfct our rlancc to be lielrl In tho K. of p. llall TJhurftday. Octolicr 23rd at fj p.m. .Any In- ijlatlon cards for friends call on A. Neldlg, Hull Sitoc't. Meeting lo atatt at 7.30 (o STWTh-1 Rev. A. S. Lewi i Not Coming Word has.tec-n. received IbaL Rev. A.-S. I-wiis, C-, feels himself uiiaile fo accept the call to the Kiret KapllH church Ills reason Is thai lie thinks llre air of Nova Scotia Is the only remedy for Mra. !.ewls' health., Shot a Grizzly A hunting party, consisting of J. W, Workman, I! .S. Cooper! Mr.'CauUleld anil Melvin. an es.cU- Ing llmo on a hnnviog Irip Jn the CTOW'S Nest 1'ass country. They en- countered a :whlch was dia- palchefl Sy Mr. Chalwood, after .a hard fight The hear showed light; and wnllo Rome tooVr (o the tall tim- bers, Mr. Chalwwl, HoraM-.is. ai tbo bridge alood his ground and land- ed meMiireiJ eight feet and weighed 700 jwunds. DIED on Oct.' 20, pneaihoBla, Hobert fjflrtijqchi 'ngcd ?5. arrangerrwntft will. be an- rioi need'later. Kindly omit flow being robbed and fell in a fulnt on the floor. Hecovering Kelly flourished .Ills revolver pointed it at Mrs. and others In a very wild manner. Afterwards he said that returning from church and entering the bank that nlgat Vrnan caught hold of him nntl after a struggle with him got but the dcwr and ran off. ifowever, Ihls would now seem a fake iii the light of the appended article which appeared in'a newspaper in England. Many here thought that he was a. "little but It may he that lie was only looking for notor- ancV nix Weeks' hard labor may give hlm.all of It that he desires. The article reads ns follows: "Victimizing clergymen appears lo be tht favorite ftom of fraud by Percy a wcll-dresaed young .who at (Hants) was sentenced to six weeks of hard labor. Ho with having obtained food and' lodging by false pretences from the Itov, II. (I. 0'P.ourko, an army phaplafn Horden.Camp, Rev. Mr. 0'Konrte' staled lhat he met Kelly when.' the latter 'was motorcycling through the camp. He said he was a Can ad fib clergyman, and the chaplain superintendent .of. the. Prudential As aurance Co. at Haywards Heath. In March 190S he was in office boy in the local council pmces, anil on being discharged he was apprenticed to a Battle 6f Starland Mon. and Tues. FIVE REELS OP WONDER went, to tiosport, where ht preaclied a sermon at the garrison church. At Lanclport hu conducted part of Ilia ser- vice one Sunday, ami read n iwrtloi) uf MKJ burial service at a funeral. lUm of lallora in fln Oniccr of .the Hampshire Thcro ho obtained inn ollictr's unitorin and, going to Wellington barracks, had j the guard 'turned out; After that hfaj were cancelled. "lie nrrlved with (wo ladtea In a motor car'at Cucfcficld Union, attired ns a minister, last -fitly, and asked to lie aMtfftcd.lo Insiicct'thd liousc. I'cr- mitslon, however, was rcluaed, .lie regiment he olitalricd a motorcycle on which he rodo through tbo county, put- ting up p.I various holejs and hoiisos nnd leaving without paying. .Mo ulso ssvorsi 'clergymen in Ibi aarno manner. "As above staled he-lias now bsen sent to for six weeks' hard falior." SNAP IN LAND Half.sccfjon slcftm plow Iniul, 4 'miles from V Dayton; only -SlC.OO 'iicr good WEBER AGENCY ROOM TWO ALBERTA BLOCK V 't -vx.