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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 2S, 1913 THE LETlIBKIDflE DAILY HERALD Page Q British Columbia Our car arrived this morning in perfect condition. It consists of the following varieties: WAGNEKS XORTHE11X SPYS; SNOWS- GIUMES'GOLDEN 'ROMAN JONATHAN GREENINGS KINGS BAXTER.. These grade principally No. 1., art; well packed'ami good winter keepers. Place your order for your winter supply .'is good apples are very, scarce and are going, to be niucli. highcr-in price. Heard an Inspiring Address at Luncheon From a Leading Sunday School Worker MILADI EDITED "INO" ome. nil No. l's 2's The Beirtley CtiKLtd. In many tho most Inspiring gathering ol ever assembled In iJbthbrlilfce al a function, of a more or religious character, was fhal which greeted ilie business- men's luncTiCOii In Wesley Churclr at'coou today. It was held in connection with-the Sunday School .convention and was lion ore J vrilh tho support of the board of trade. The ladles of Wesley church catered aud amply sat- isfied the hunger of a body. too. great for tho sea capacity of'tho dining hall, several having to "wait." .Mr. Joseph Tracy vras" chairman, and'intrdduced'lhe speaker, Mr.. John U Alexander In o very few' words. r. Alexander delivered a vigorous ddrcss, his subject being "A -Man's ob." It was a telling unday school in Its demands .upon he support and sympathy of.thQ.mcn. eallng rapidly -with the social nd .'economic', changes which have ompletely" altered the home, life ol ic boy as compared with the, fathers f n'generation ago, the speaker made :powerful appeal.for the 6n: of. the school rontler of V reifySous', ahd moral. in ffucUpa for tho youth, lie referred HYDRO -ELECTRIC V MANITOBA1 The iPiibHc- announced' this mor'nihg in ac-" cordance with the policy" outlined at' the last session, of tho Manitoia leg- islature, he Is DOW prepared to go to outside in the "province "ftp licnr representations in regard to wa- ter power. This with a view lo Ihe establishment of. a hydro-fcleclrio commission for Manitoba, HutchtcsoiiV an English icontracUng firm, with1 headquarters, at., St. Catharines, _are awarded tha" contract for Section 2 !of, the Welland Canal at If. He Did Not Drink Many men arc good husbands and sons and fathers in every way except the habit of'drinking. They have be- come so badly, poTsoned srlth alcohol that they cannot slop drinking.-The result is uniiapplneta and poverty for and family. Encourage IhOtt to take.tho Keal Drink Habit Treatment. The N'eal Treatment will remove the craving and necessity for drink in three tho use of hypO dermlc injections Wrilo or call tho NKAL INSTITUTE, 820 13th Ave. West, Calgary Phone W. -1525 C A STOLE AND MUFF OF SNOW LEOPARD SKIN This attractive ;BtoIe, rr.ide of th skin of a anowleopard-with leopar skin muff to match. BAD FIHE AT LONDON 2S.r-The loss b a flro' which gulted the premises tbe Ixjnrloti Ded and Mattress Co early this morning, totals DONE BY The Southern Plumbing and Gas Fitting Go. 1 AVc hnvo for'the latest iicw'Enniaec WilhUllis biu-n'i. cr we guaranioe'to''compete wiUi'xjoal. Ee-modcl yoiir Fulnaeo'. V Ifc will cost you nothing for a ttciiionstra- lion. ESTIMATES FBEE The Southern Plumbing: and Gas Fitting Company PHONE 1316 COOPER AND FIDDES i 712 THIRD AVE. SOUTH m of the family altar; thi ahishlng. ol religious Instruction rqni the schoois'the changed relations eiweon BOH; ,'duVlo "the fesaur.G'ot business life and f-the Sunday sch'ool vent" the-nation would -also go vhen the-' present "ge'neniUob; of'child en .grew- up-afld.-took charge', of'.the olltlcal .and conunerclal. -life, of: the qun 1 ry'i1 The "was tie'closoetV impression'on The Women Too the main part of tlie base- neat of with men, the ladles filled" the prim ary department rooms and..enjoyed a dinner and a conference da e'ftmei THE PARSON The parsou goes about his daily ways. With all the parish (roubles on Ho takes bis Uible out, aud reads and prays Beside the s'jtferc-r's chair, the dying bed. seems a possibility Or Hlllo borr.c iu uilr.d. If boiily know hat he. uho cheers if trouble all the rest May, now and then, have- troubles or his own. I las! God knows, he has his foes lo flgbt, Kia Bv.eitj auu sTiiil U olhcrs claim Lis comfort as right. But, hapless parson! ivho'shall com- fort him? t Miss Alexander, of Pernle, Is a guest ith Jira. J. R. PalrciT. it Mr. "and Mrs. H. X. Becker llive old their home on Sixth avenue A to Ir. Ainswortb. They arc building1 on 'ourteenth street and Mrs. leave the nd of the week for Macleod, where :iey will reside in future. -The members of "Sans Soucl" have moved from .their residence on Fifth venue A to 617 Ninth street South. 4. Sir. anil Mrs. J. b. and Miss le'iiter motored home last evening rom Wrayland, where they were .ueals with Mr. and Mrs. J. D Rc-fs. rere" given'jnanj-.tielprul suggestion WITNESS IN SENS.ATIpNAjL CAS AT BERLIN BRINGS HEADS -OF FIRM INTO TROUBLE Dprlin, Oct. promised, di closures of the- methods adopted by the Krupp Armamsn company in order to obtain an place quietly today at the home o! he.'bride's parents. fc Sweet Crass Advocate: The Cath- olic church at Coutts was the scejie of a "very happy, wedding, which took ptaca on Wednesday, October 23. The contracting parties were Miss Anderson and Mr. Abe Tennant. of Coutts, and the wedding ceremony was performed ty the Rev. Father Vantlghem. At the conclusion of the. ceremony the bridal party and the In- vited guests went to the> where a reception was given. CLUBS AND The roarrlage-oi Miss Mayme Arm- itrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E- R. Armstrong, -625' Fourteenth, street South, to Mr. Shearer, will be celobrat- :d tomorrow evening. Mfl A. B." Canning left this morning 'or Cleveland, whern lie was called on receipt'.bf'a wire, telling of the serious ilinesa of his-father. t >hvand Mrs. Cross and fam- _F have moved into their new home o'n Cross, is .ttabhed to the local post office staff. WeslrnlDsler Guild ol Knox hayrack, party on info, tlic Gci .contracts this morning at- the resump- tion ol the trial of'Otto Ec'ciiis and Maximilian Hrandt, direc- tor ar.d Ucrlin-representative recent- ly of the Krupp Von formerly the chief rep- resentative in Berlin1'bi-the Ktupp's, teslifisd 'that his employers were aware ol tho nature of the Maximil- ian tlranrlt activities br': several j'tars. Von Metzcn said that when he look his post in tlerlin in 1909, he calted tliR attchlM..r? .ITie.'firm to the dangers of Brandt's subierranean work, the naturd of which had been explained to him by Otto Kccius and Vori'SchucU, tKc Von protected against -the reten- tion V lirarifit in m-this ca- 1 Yon'Mctzcn'a les li m on waV flatly contradictorr lo that given by varl- directors of Krupp's, hut he pro- duced a series ol ttis uhich'hart passed bcttfceh 'him' and the fmn. These letters cauie as b surprise lo the prosecution. They hart conductcJ the ptcliminary; exam- inations 'pf the Kiupp dltectdrs ignorance of corre'sponcfcnce.-" The crmr.1 afterwards adjo'urnerl the hearing and directed an immediate-' search of Von! Melzcn's hpyse in" or- der to discover what further surpris- es lie migfit'fiavc In St. Mary's Guild held a well attend- ed meeting yesterday, spending a pro- fitable time in sewing for the bazaar, to be held on, November 20. Latur a pleasant half-ho-jr was Ovcr the tea cups discusstng details of the The executive of the Hospital Aid society met with Mrs. C. F. Cony- leare, RtvwvUw, this afternoon, for the IranaacUoii .of preliminary busi- ness prior IQ the regular monthly niectlrjfe on Monday aUernoon next. Those Interested are reminded of the- Rummage sale, to be held on Thursday afternoon and evenioj In Unity Hall, North. Lethtn-idse by the Ladles Altar o'f St. Patrick's j church. The. ladles will bs grateful j for any articles for the sale. i The meeting of. the A. Y. P. A. of St Cyprian's-parish, held last night was, perhaps, the most remarkable gathering of young people ever held In this city. After disposing of the rou- tine business of the society, the meet- Ing developed a purely devotional character, led by Canon MoMlllen, the. main themo being and the the spiritual uplift of tho young people of tho Church. There was a large attendance, and Interest was sustained to Ihe end of the evening. The Parish assocHEoh of SU Augus- tln's Church held a perfectly sphndid social evening'last, night, fifty per- eons being present The games, which were all typical of TTallowe'ea, were carried .out with -a deal of fun being also mirth proyoking. A reading by Mr, A. B; Sibson was much Light- re- freshments were served at" the" close of .the evening. The; committee, in charge. of meeting-in two weeks' time; la" to iricct with Mrei'j; F. street; next .Monday; .at'.8.30.. X- cbnciudeid; last being supplied" by Mips Miss liawson and others. The music department oC the Math- eslfi forntBh the program for -which'.will he three noon7-, in tlie-Y. ;M. C..-A, audltorjum. This" being the'one''hundredth an- niversary of the birth of.Giusepte Verdi, the Italian composer, n slcetch of his life will bo givun and illustrated by phonograph records oi some.of him hest compbeltions, sung by-leading grand-opera stars, other music 'by Mrs. W. "J. Nelson aud Mrs. B. I All members who liavo out of town guests, arc1-privileged to bring them er Guild dance night incliirto two' in each case, the gentleman hav- ing. the' inviting a lady, even though tKoflady hasn't' a separ- ate may still be ohtoineil Mre. C. or'Mre. S. B. Mitchell', 10SG. -.Card tables' will be arranged, In order that thota who do not dance may he furnished amusement. Judg- ing' from the amount of talk the dance Is creating, tha attendance will un largo. The marriage of Miss Margaret to obtain an 'in ine mafnage oi irman government daughter of the Rev. John and 5 wers partly Kingston, to: Mr. Geo. MALTING CO. SUFFERS ;BY FIRE Winnipeg, lo the extent of about was'dc-he tc tho fermentation building of the' Ca nfldiao Co.'a on Mo- I'hllltps sU-eel, Winnipeg, by liro. early this mor'nlng. Spoiilineoiis combustion Is believed io have, resr.onslble, und .fanned he'nvy sals, tho bhzc at flrct Ihrtiitnt.l (o nssnmc very serious proportloin.. The, QiioSce .'bridge to bft'erected for Hie "N'. T. H.' telirbe 3.2S3 feet" over nil. with thc'tiialn span of, I.Kno tupt and a widlli of S8 leeL H nili be 150 feet above waler, and will be com- pleted In 191.1. FURS FOft.CAKADIAN WINTER A.'new model of molcikln in which jeopard are rftUfned for decorative coat ill faitilontble SMAST 8U1T Of dirk cergt, wit djminLjfive veil of white pique edge With btick Tin iklrt It of tl gathered at tl wain and It lutficlently wide lo giv perfect freedom to the Wearer whne'of the most charming yoyng women of the Royal Ryan laughler of Mr. G. n. Ryan. It is said Mr. Mlddleborq will be the next iiiai aken Into tlie Borden cabinet. Alt ROAD SWITCHMAN IS LOflD MAYOR London, Oct. J. H, Hartley, Ihe Ixird Mflyor-elect of York, 3 employed as a switchman on.lfie s'orth Eostern He was made a' magistrate last year. Mr. lartley says he Is prepared to lire at Ke Mansion House, it the Corporation nako H possible for him to do so. In ila view the domestics at the Man- sion House are public servants, and should be maintained by the Corpora tion. Montreal Board of Trade rdM re- fuse pupport (o the proposition for fl world's fair tfte'fe in 1917, as" .being qnlte-bcyond the-' bounds 'of Yeasibll A Grain Exohangq has ed at Moose bersbip of snore thftii FASHIONS CHANGE But it is always in the best pf taste to serve BLUEWBBOISJ It is the chosen tea for all oecasjons iu thousandH of AVesfen; Send thlt Advertisement with 25 ctnU (o Blue Ribbon, Limited. Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cookbook, The best cook book fer In Weitern Canjda, Writs name and pUfnfy, ;