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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 5 T1TE LETITBRIDGF, HERALD Monday. October fi- ll- I! i- Qelicious Qrawing Qualities" Are in millieiti daily II THE TEA OF STEFJ'LING WORTH [Income From Abroad Repre- BLACK, or 6REEH-3ealed Packets 6n5y I senls Tax on Over Thirteen Billion Dollars The Literary Social at tb? Caledou- iin Halt Friday'" evenins given by the Sunday School 'of the Christian Church was well alleged. Thero was Interesting program of end songs' by children of S. S-, nnii also svecial music by Miss Udy, Miss Williams- of Batons, tnd Miss Tennanl. The addresses of eveuin? were Vaade by Prof. HodGson' and Commli- loner J. P. Tracy. >.Sr. Hodgson on the subject. "The choice oi a and lie pointed out the- dovotovunrai ci the rece and tho. individual luro-jyli co-operation and interchange ot Iftie. Mr. Tracy's subject "The S. S. Ubrary as an auxiliary lo.tbe Suadsy Echool." He Enid in'part: lnink if we -so back far caouah. in Iiistory -n-e 'snail SniTlbal a boot (iht Flrtle) was the-btginning of. the Sunday School acd the !ove (or the knowledge rid tie desire to impart that know- ledge gave us the organization tnoivn ns tie Sunday School. So the Sunday School -inn the library have come-up iand in hand.'1 A Fine i London. Oct. "7. cd iucoiuo from abroad, as atft forth riu iUe income tax fulisiics of last reached the immense total ol j wtik-h capital of iwArty iu- (CHIPS aro derived from loroigQ mines. gas.voiks, watfTworks. j lea aud coffee plautatlons, i nitrate grounds, oil celiis, laud, fiuau- cial. ttflesraph, cable, shipping anil in- s-urauce Ijraaches of banks TWENTY EIGHT YEARS OF Knox Sunday School Pleasing- ly Recognized Mr. Higmbolh- am's Faithful and Effic- ient Work Knox Sunday. School ruarkeJ other milestone iu it's history yester- day. Twenty eight years ago. ou smiling Sunday J. D. Hlglii- bothani opened first Sunday school iu l.eibbridge, the meetings for' first year being held In a carpenter shoy in the tear or whit is now the Dallas hotel. The task of taking v.liat youngsters there were Iu Lrthbridge and mercaulils companies, mortgages at lnat time off She street and punin; -j on properly, loans and deiwsils abroad j into a Sunday FCiool, was up) aud profits of all kinds arising from 'eisy one.'but Mr. lllsinbotham won (-business iloce abroad uy manufa.-lur-i OIUi inA vm a Elart cf five I merchants and commission ,xs ,he sarae Echtoi hi operation i agents.. When it is. realized hp'.v yesterday making the 2SII 1 a real is Ihe capital invested by Kng-; anniversary of lhal c'.enl. Hut the ubn-ad is tluse varied en- Uchoo'l lias'made rapid strides in that j lha immense aggregate .Iti-1 uuder continuous leadership outside thnt included in thu in- oj Hljinbotham. There were 317 PRESIDENT VAN HISE Of the University of Wisconsin, who! is addressing severa' i lax statistics can be Imagined. j Acrordtas to the sair.o statistics. ihere are -14" versoos in the rnlicd 1 wiih au income of cuea3i3 that t litre are iliat nia'riy possessing of about Canadian c'ubs i encli. But these are not the richest Knglishiiieu.-'Thero ale sixty- LEGISLATURE From Front Page) The following hills were to toy the Lieutecanl-Governur: Greek C: Western with an inromt of and over, fifty-five with an income nf. to with in- comes of to SSTj.OOP, fif- ty-six v.-ith iacointf from to Furthermore, tbere are 4.143 persons ullh incomes of J50.000 and over, vrhich means Use possession of assented a capital of or more. 1 seciuentty the total of f ersoiie iu present yesUrday, doubtless tl have been n many move bad iherc been sufficient room. The' occasion was marked by the rc-Eentaiion to Mr.: tIEgfnbothnin, THE LADIES'STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Clarke's Mid-Season Sale The Premier Bargain Event of the Entire Fall Season Continuing all this week with big '.assortments? and greater savings than ever in every line of newest Suits, Coats, Skirts, Underskirts, Kimonas, Opera Cloaks, After- noon and Evening Dress Goods and Silks, Millinery, Staple and Wash Goods, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Under- wear, Whitewear, Waists, Neckwear, Hand Bags, Etc Make .your dollars do double doty and get yonr share of the good things going STEAMUR VOLTUKNO ON FlKli JLVMID-OCEAN EH apprsciation Ijy every Improvement. Co.: validate and bylav.-s Xos. -1, The llbvary move-meat of ihi sciool I Goif and Country club: Jasper club has 1-eeo in the hands of Jir. D. In- of Edmonton: Great V.'est club; to las u'ed his bt-st efforts to brine, about the collection of ond'it last nig'-it social seventy-Jour hcpislwere secured, be '.receive'a later: "The reels inat it owes 3. debt of -gratitude to In- man lor bis wori along this line and ft.-. the nl program by which it Tras entertained. Refreshments were serred about ef- even o'clock and" ail derarled for their homes expressing as hav- ics enjoyed the occasion verr much. SI US OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE REVIEW' OF WORK DONE DURING PAST YEA-R j v i possess al least intdlan club: Redehft club: I m ml fM slmi Social club: Venice club; 1IIS nf rail t Hill; 1, S, S, 31' and 32 ot tie town Hedcliif; Diamond Cily cluli; Un- ited-Service acl respecting commissioners to administer oaths; an. net io amcna.lho Alberta insurance I I'o'mmerelal dub; Fallis Country j clnb: viilaje 'of act to amend, the-ordinances antl acts j________ rtlatinir to ilieiciiy. of He4-Dccr; Ja_s-[ Co.; Mgarj. Slock ES-h Jledicioe Hat, mcet- chs'nge; Roman Calnolic Birtop oUhe .ing o! the cily council oh SaUirday of Calsary; an acl to .amend' the agreement with the Canadian Chapter 31 br the statute of Alberta, I Xcitbein ON .OF COUNCIL ON. SATURDAY NIGHT teacher, and. scholar iu the 'ivas SB fo'lowE: the under- sigued 'officers, teachers and scholars ci Knox Sunday .Ectool. desire to oflor our heartiest cciicratulatlons ou your reaching your _Sth year as E-jp'.r- intendent of school, and the suc- cess which has followed your long per- iod of strenuous labor. We trust thut you will iong he to continue thu charge of welfare of (ho young this church. _ Sag you Qod speed in your we STO" Her. Cameron reail the appret-iation which proved to bu a'sreal e superjntendtht. lu responding, expreastd his ap-" efiaticn cf'thls_eVldeiice of the re-; and eeteem his teachers' and holars, and oilcfly of the first y. he had attempted to orgKhitL-. hool'ia tiils" and of. the pro- mad? since.'; One 'of the first' Echolats of this hool; Mrs. KellyJ'oI Nelson. B. as present thV yesterday. lias, since from r. -shcodl, opened _a boot al Spring1' Coulee, and is now perinteiident of -the school at 123 ol tie ol liter, River, ji ic orldng the issue ol drtejitiirw icr tlie ra ovcr said town for the sum o! J100.0GU; an ;h will u M to authorize raul Kavrer to llrac' lice dentistry; an act to .amend the pr acts and ordinances relating to the: city of antl to validate bylaw o( The cour.cil' 'is mapping izm ol tnunicipai wort o'l next year.teloTe rear so that the del No. 1575 'of the said city: an act bffnrc the work authorize the city of Calgary to amend Ame ,ud Edmonton, Oct. report ot the' Alberta' Depatttnfnt oi Agricul- ture" tabled in the Legislature on Saturday indicates a of im- amhorize the city of Calgary to amend i .ud al- .fcc tnc portMt-'advascei made during the bylaws No. 1-S6S and 1-HG, to pro-dde can in..a posjiJOD. fo ''place all year. "An increase in toe number debeatur'es to ic issued m the- mail-l at inspectors employed is shown, j lmder bear s.t the rate of, therrhr standing a "hettei and a .reduction .in the area covered j per. cen[ anuurn: Commercial j fjf getting a good price. liy each. -In addijioa to this, all university club of Edraonton; I nevrly forrced rural hid j cillD; 3n act lo amend j Snspectors covering tteir districts. On j 1S ot the statutes of the Pro. a" larger area under j o( ol 1907, intituled j there la considerable ,.Thc Taxation and j Tfductlon'in the prevalence oi v.-ecds, amendments thereto; threshers' lienj especullr in regard to tumlling act u> provide for the sever-; thistle, Canada thistle froin ORE SALARIES FOR EN'A.Nf-GOVERNORS. Toronto, Oct.' Jaiiies Whit- ey, Hon. J. J. Key, attorney general nd I. R. Lucas, trtMiirer. ill leive tomorrow night for Otlaira, here the inlerproyincial conference premiers ivlll be held. The re- istrlbution and reprcientation -will be ikCJi among ih- many other mailers, he question of-remuneration. for be lieiilcnant-Eovcrnors will bo anoth- er question and an effort made to have he amount increased-from lo all show a iendrncy ,he ot aj bert; charter amend-! .-----------------------_-------------_- A desl ol sducstlODsl v.'oik I .iva? docc tf of short course j-cbooTs-in agriculture held in nine j ceolres. A line ol educational" Ibat'ol curing meat, was start- ed bytbe live stock commissioner. This taken right to the tawHon of, the unearned -Incrernc., farms and was greatly appreciated. shown, and it promises to l.rcorr.e ralities act amendmonta; libel AFRICAN LEADER SAYS DOMINIONS ALL FREE SELF-GOVERNING NA- TIONS i menU; juvenile c-ourla; infants' act; an act !o amend the law; Cal- gary Petrol Inlerurflan Railway Co.: London, Oct. Hertc zog, the firebrand oi South Africa British outbu.l, ff if f, one of the leading features of. agti- alanrter act: fuit'irc in this province. vThe public- amendmant. ily's report shows a Vtcen demand lor information about the land and natural resources of the province. I Daring year an eflort was made to heip'fdr'laraiera anii a spe- cial delegation was sent to Scotland (o interest (arm laborers. This work met. nith considerable success during the summer ind tie immigration ot- alanflcr acl: liceme ordinance Albert, Cape Colony, ficer for tte province at WinniofgU sentiment, and. rnade arrangcTncntg for Harvesters into Albetta. "CAL" CLMIK DEAD Culvin faiiilllarly.ltnoTrn aa "Oal" Clark, of pioneers of Mlruie- ajxrife, an4 one tlmo president of Hie dtr at tils home 315 Bterentn (vinue Soutb, 'from old He yeirs.of, aad up litl far ujiive 4 FIVE 'BY'E-ELECTIONS tj Ixmdon. Bri- tain is to hare n miniature election, which should truly the drift of public ailocls people moat: HoiiJt fr Rule, the .Marconi scandal, or fr Ih5 programme and ff CeOTge'H land scheme. ff Five Eta'a are lo be contest- fy cd, four on account of. recent ,'udlcial changes and one by 't dcatti. fleadinf, Keighiey. 't 't and Wick nlstrlcls are Judicial seats; the tilth Is county north, an Irieh ff scat, vacated Ijy Heath of Pgulney. 4r 't.'f. 4 't 'i has teen indulging in more anl! "ig al Prinr pointed bu that lljc principle of impeiialisi which nas now prominently belor the British public end the Dominio was no academic question, but heing thrfsfied out in Canada alse present there' was no such thin as a British empire, there were 5 D j lions, whose imperialistic.policy wa to one another, hi leaving each Irce lo mar.age its Ice _ i affairs. the best broadside view taken of the Volturno'.on fire. It was secured from a patienger on the Gro Oct. first .week of November is to lie' observed bj- the aurfraeists of the United Kingdom as a national-week of- prayer for woman Calholic Church of Kng- lapd. Jevrish" league; the (jurors, the churches, and olhiT lioilics. The" preamble Invites the prayers of all suffragists "in-the belief the enfranchisement of woman1 ia tn accordance with the Will o[ God." The ohseryance is proposed in the follow- ing individual suff- ragist who recosalzes that the claim for the cnfranchtscTnent'pf women is on Justice and rishteousnees, and-can he rightly and suffrage. .V call has teen.issued by lously pleaded.before God, is askert lo various -suffrage f sofietie.s of. the [join-in this vreeli of prayer." SPAIN'S .NEW PREMIER Madrid, Spain, OcL .27 Deputy Kdtiardo Dflto, former of- Ihe interior, and minister -of justice, today ac- cepted.the office of premier In place oi Count RomanoneB. The -latter resigned because the Chamber' of-'.Deputies rejected a confidence In his cab- inet on Saturday. AU Multiplying Theniselyes Every Day At THE ROYAL STORE Ladies' and Gents' Furs, Overcoats, Suits and Furnishings ;