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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October THE HER ALP T The A. Macdonald Co.'s Will last but a few Now is Your Opportunity to Secure BIG REDUCTIONS IN CROCKERY Two Dinner pieces, reg. for Toilet Sets, regular sale price Cups and Saucers to clear at 80c, doz. Glass Tumblers, sale price 40c dpz. Glass Jugs, regular 65c and 70c for 50c lOoz. Heavy Cut Tumblers, reg. doz. 6oz. Cut Tumblers, reg. for doz. Plain Tumblers, reg. for 90c doz. Special in Confectionery 50c Chocolates for 30c per Ib. 30c Candies for Ib. TWO IN FIELD FOR MAYOR Nominations for Council of the New Town of Blairmore (special io tud The Annual Convention Blainnore, Oct. was; one nr tlie I'poch-inaWng (lays, in the; Opened in'the Central School Some eighty-five members of the A WELCOME TO THE SCHOOL TEACHERS Silver Spoons forkl inj Krving In miny exiiuil- Itfl designs, are kni pieces, This brand is known is "SiltftrT'.aietJ'.at Wears" nnd h made in llicheavicst grade of plate'. Satis- faction is guaranteed. Sold bjr history of Blairnioie. The ratepayers met and nominated the following gcn-i tlemeii for uiiiaicinal honors Maj'or, II. B. Lyon nnd W. Beebee. Aider-' men, Sinclair. .J. F. Fanner, .1. (i. L, Oiitil, C. Ilifscocks, F. sentiments of liberty, enlightment aiiil advancement, for which it stood, among the young. In welcoming the teachers Dr. Gal- Southern Alberta Teachers' bniit.ii emphasized the. importunes tlon convention in the Mimls, Milter, A. JlcLcou and torium at the -Central IT Tlip I'lcrtinns -ire' In School this i i t I MV f i "101' "lommK WHS held on Ud, dlit, ilen MX o the lu tho 0, teachers nnd in alwvu aldermen shall he wnh welcoming them on behalf of the city I lie mayor to rule the leading town and the school board. In the absence of tlie I'.'iss. jot Mayor Adams at Jlacleod, and of Yesterday will also be remembered H- responsibility thrown on them In the f.uture with regard lo the working, tho new convocation. Mr. Hamilton in dep'uti'siug for the mayor assured the visiting teachers mat he had contented on them the freedom of the city during the time tliey remained here, lie dwelt cm ihe Doard, Prices on Broken Lines of Groceries Greatly Reduced Ydur Opportunity to ibuy choice Groceries at Going Out of Business Prices will Last a few days only See Us To-morrow or Saturday, v these duties performed the Blairmore by w- A' and Dr- Galbraith. Tile meeting was gracefully presided chairman of tho "importance of personality as an astftf towards instruction in a live fashion. over by Miss .M. V. Bennett, of tins High school, who is president of the ussociation, W. A. Buchanan, M.P., in a short ad- dress pithily remarked that, from tne associations of early years he had al- ways a lively respect for aH members Assassinate a Chinese General (Continued from Front for the sumptuous Anniversary Sup- pet- that was given Oddfdlows.' About fil'ly guests from iMneher Creek, Cowley and t.'ole- mau came to help the local lodge rejoice on this the First anniversary in their existence. The BUiirmorc Lodge has over fifty charter members nnd is each week adding to its num- bers. The evening was a pleasant of tne teaching proresslon; He did one, and all-lho guests agreed that not share thp same views as the pro- the supper was a brilliant success. j vinclal minister of education, who The ministers of the Pass are said that his 'best were al- ncarly al! away in .Calgary this week ways before a body of teachers. He attending the Layman's .Missionary believed strongly in the benefits of ernnrent" outpost containing Convention. T. M. Hhirray, J. Ham- and in the spending of j taels, leaving the government troops ill J F Hunter T Young -ire towards ailvuncfng its advan-! without money.' among the delegates. A important step in this Rebels Got Money London, Oct. Daily Mail spec-' ial despatch Crora Pekin says it is re- ported that the revolutionaries oiit- tianked the Imperialists 180 milea north of Hankow and secured the gov- The Young People's Guild of the Clilirch, Blair- First prcsbytenan more, hel Monday niglit last. The Crow's Nest Pass district direction was tho erection of good schools. The buildings here were c'x- Warshipi Pekin, l tlon is asking that mona warships be, during- hla recenfc sent to Ohineae as present very succcssiul social on tour turollgh the province, he had mnnber 'is not sufficient to cover all of louml the rural schools generally well ports which are in danger. No Amer- and good. Educational fuci- MAKE AGREEMENT FOR TWO YEARS _., Halifax, N, Oct.. 2G tvip years' wage agreement between the K W. A., representing the employees and tho Dominion Coal Co., which lias been in since December, was night by the officials of that organization and coal company upon eame baste and will npw be in force until December Ttieso' agreements have been be- twevjn the P. W. A. and the company since 189-i, when' the first wage agree- ment between the association and the company was accepted. To this agree- iiraiVi. the U. M. executive say they decline to be bound. ANNEXATION OF THE BAHAMAS Ottawa, Oct. W. Grey Wil- son, governor of- the, Bahamas, who nas been In- Ottawa for the past week ui connection, with the project of an- nexing, the islands, left today for To- ronto on ro.ute home. He had1 several interviews with members of the new practically the cabinet but obtained no official assur anc'3 of the government's, course in regard, ,to ,this question. "We are not -asking the CanadUin 'government to give its assent right on tlie said Sir. Grey. "All we w that it appoint a joint commission: er with the Bahamas to look iiri.0 the question." iioge. The ceremony was by Lieut. Governor'Brown', and ftinoni, those present' who delivered short ad- di'osses 'Scott, Hon. Ualder, miuister: Presi it.r Mil i ray of L mvei sity; Rev. W. Andrews, prin- ___________L_ SELF DEFENCE.PUT FORWARD St. Boniface, Man., Oct. tire Inquest held into the death of Henri JJerave, who was found dying in the Ktrect on'Saturday night from the ef- lects of a fractured skirll, Venacher was ficciiE-ad of striking Dei-are over Ibe bead with an axe but the jury .Jield Venacher had struck in self de- fence. The case comes .up in the pro- vincial court this morning. RAILWAY PRESIDENT DEAD Oct. Good, of New York, president of tbe Erie and t JT found (lend at the option'on tins property cxtcmlo.l NO SALE HAS BEEN MADE Father Koseiithal, or St. church, wishes to deny the stater i merit in the morning paper to the ef- tho properly on the corner of Eighth St. and First bad been sold to a -syndicate in the in- terests of the O.P.R. Dr. Paul Fab- was in the city yesterday, and had decided (hat the surmrter school would not be held here again, as has been done in the past. 'MR. FOY NOT TO RETIRE Toronto, Oct. at Ottawa cipal of Regina College; Mayor 1P Globe reports that and Rev. S. D. Chown, D.D. The build- ing now.m course ol" enaction Is-to cost and this will be added to next year' cy'fhe Massey Women's and Arts buiidliigs at a cost of' UOO. -i .vrf. the -Alberta S. S. met lilies of the west were valuable tn in Dlairiiiufc- and elected tlicir ollic- naving an influence in attracting the ers for the ensuing year. Pies., J, best class of settlers. Those who F! Lfuntcr vice-pros., Mr. pinkney were engaged in teaching, in many sec.-treas., H. G. Higelow. They also casea localities removed, lean vessel available at Chlng sua, where there; are 29 Americans. CHANGE ON A. R. from railways, and often among for- eigners, wteve penorming a patriotic service, in addition to the important one of moulding the lives of the young. They deserved to be well paid, and tne attractions offei'ad should be as to make the profession a permanent one, Instead of being, as it often is, tlie Hbn; Sfr. Foy'will go to the High stepping stone to more lucrative Court bench after the elections, Hon. j appointments. He also urged the need J. Hanna in addressing Queens a superannuation fund for teacheia Tlreological Alumni association at by govornmeivts or school -boards. He KinB itoa last night, declared that me rumors of Sir. Foy's retirement were untrue. was glad to see the prominence given to the exhibits flags in school buildings, it tended to encourage the On Monday the time for the Aj R. I. passenger service to Great Fails changed, and cording to the new schedule passenger trains running from hei'a go right to Great doing away with the transfer at Virden, Trains leave here at 9.30 a.m. arriving In Great Falls at GAS pirn; Returning trains leave Great-Falls at 10.- 30 a.m. arriving at Lcthbridge at 7.1'5 p.m. wai J ioiiE-a here today. Death was attri- buted to an overdose of morphine. 'for three'mouths. The Herald an- nnimccd some weeks ago that lie had [secured this option. Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy Ever Usod Inn Whooping Cough Quickly. A Supply for BOo. Mow Hf II nomeone In .your ftunily Us IMte, rteeinestPd whooping hm yioldedriowly nwnt.bny 60 cunt bpttlo ol f not watch thiit anigh vanish. If It falls, monoy luck mwnptlv.and Nvithout arcnment. A 60 oent Irattlo of J'inci, wSen miiM with homemiKlo srrnp, Mtps BU tho molt ante- wiigh renmdT.tut money con buy, at mvini! of CJivsa instant. itoliel wid will luutlly out a bacl congi In 24 fcoun or less. Ruily propured In tn Couxh Sjnip hr.n n ptaHBnl tuto tato It wiiilncly. It Ihn apptllu miA ii fntURS. Splendid for cronp, honrne- iiaM, Ihroat tloltle, i nolplent long trouWw, a prsmpt, luccoiidll remedy for G. IV P. ACTIVE AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Oct. Moose 'Morning News creditably in- tonncd toniglvt that the Grand Trunk ljacific has purchased the north' east, eoriiur ol' Mnin and Caribou street, adjoining tho new ten thon-sand dollar skating rink. It is stated that the property will bo used for a .union s'ta- lion by tho Grand Trunk and Canad- ian Northern Railways. Over ono hundred thousand dollars Is Involved Jin thtt deal in addition'to several op- Ulons on Main street property which have been taken through1 local real [estate officials during the week. Three new styles Vktor-Victrola XIV, Uahogany or Oak Victor-Vlcttpla IX, 165 Mahogany or Oak Victor-Victrola (HwnlMi Victor-Viclrola X, Mahogany or Oak wW highly trmM of Nonrny Piiw ititnet, rich in gnnlMol itnd other wliich an m hSaliog to the mem- brane.. Simply rain it wlttmimr lyran nr Mmlned boney, In JO-oi. bottle, and it is nailTlor use. Tlmd In moro homos in the tt: S. nnd Canada taan h remedy. I'fnel KM often been Imitated, but never for nothing will produce the name resnltn. Tho RMinlno la giwmn- Med to fllTO alxmlnte mtlifaetkin or money rt. Curtiflciitoof iswimp- The instrument that reproduces the voices of the Worlds Greatesl Singers with such absolute fidelity that people often think the living artist is'actually singing in person. By meansof the tone regulating doors you can have either a loud or soft effect. Hear it to-day at the nearest Victor-Berliner Dealer's. VICTROLAS uPwards Regular Gram-o-pKpnes upwards (EASY PAYMENTS JF DESIRED) BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO., LIMITED MONTREAL When thinking of XMAS Gifts remember the' VICTROLA I nimdc. urtciitoo in snob pmkwn. Your hM IMivx or will 1C for you. It dot, Mlia 'i'k. flaw Co., i'wvatv, Out. GOVERNOR LAID CORNER STONE lloghm, Oct.. Mio projianw of a targe and distinguished giitliefinK'j this firiRi'iHHiu corner fitcne j in Id of tho fivRL ImWdlngB ere.VL-t Jed to Iho irtjw Ucglim Alcttiodfst Cfjl- j For Sale by the Mason-Risch Piano Co. Dominion Building Phone 791 ;