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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DQE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, It09 THE FINEST TEA I! SALADA I! Sold only in sealed lead packet a At all grocers 40c, 50c and 60o per pound TEA PROMINENT RAILROAD MAN COMMITS MURDER Huntington, W. Va..; Sept. N. Chapman, supervisor of the Hunt- infftion, "division of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, was shot and fa- tally wounded by Earl Budding, a leading business man of this city to- day. Some time ago Chapman's daughter, who was employed in a de- partment store owned by Budding, was arrested on a charge of theft. After the arrest of the girl pudding refused to prosecute her. It was al- leged'by the friends of the girl that the charges preferred by Dud- ding as the result of'her refusal to listen to his attentions, .'and a dam- age suit against. Duddi-hg was threat- ened Today Duddirig went to the office of Supervisor Chapman to en- deavor to settle the. affair. He al- leges that Chapman attempted to kill him with a hatchet and he pull- ed is pistol and fired in. self defence. Chapman died an hoar afterwards, The Citizens Lumber Co. invite your attention to the fact that they are making a specialty of long coast fir dimension, shingles, No. I White pine lath, -coast cedar and fir fin- ishings and interior At the lowest going prices. Come ahd'.SM our complete stock. 26-3 Marry the fu'rnfoh the lumber and millwork for the home. Pioneer Lumber Co. Watch us.grow. 225-3 EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and -upwards received and in- terestallowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET .Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. HOSPITAL SUNDAY WAS SUCCESS NEARLY WILL BE THE.. FI- NANCIAL RESULTS OF WORK OF FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. In contrast to the usual quiet which prevails on ''Sundays, the streets of the city presented a gala apearance last Sunday afternoon and evening. Although lacking the loud demonstrations of a holiday, there was an appearance of gaity and lie that could not pass unnoticed. The Citizen's Band at the hospital grounds and the Salvation Army' and bands on the square enter- tained the passing crowds with music of no mean class. On the square the seats in the. shade were at all times at a premium, while crowds constantly coming and going to and from the hospital'grounds. The pres- ence of the red cross ladies with the contribution boxes was not or a mo- ment allowed to escape notice and the little red tags, which at the close of the afternoon, almost without ex- ception, decorated the passers by, showed that their work was not in vain. At 6.30 in the evening the fraternal societies oi the city assembled, in the square arid marched -off in. proces- sion to the music of five .bands, the Citizen's band in the lead, the Sal- vation Army band, the-Union band, the newly organized Miner's band, and last the Pipers heading the Sons of Scotland; as- represented 'in the Caledonian Society- '''The bier-procession marched off np TOORE'S COMES IN 2. 2% A.NO 2K IN. 2 FOR 2SO. ALSO IN IRON FRAME FOR 50O. TOOKEBROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF 8HIRT6. COLLARS. TIES, VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 4 a man can show that "he is a neigh- bor. Having a feeling of compassion seeing the want in men and helping it along, ".by giving practical help and'by liberal giving, 'are all ways of sharing the neighborly spirit. In introducing his sermon he epoke of the work of the, hospital and of Hospital Sunday as being an estab- lished institution in older places where there- were hospitals dependent on fie' pivings of the public. Rev. T. "P.. Perry at Wesley cimrch took his, text from Gal. 6-2: "Bear one another's.'burdens and so fulfil the law of Christ." The doctrine of LOST LAKE Lost Lake, Sept. Smith has sold his -house to 'Mr. Couch on Tp. 13, .Range 17. Four teams success- fully moved it nine miles in one day Mr. Smith is off on a 'business trip to the States in a few days. W. D. Stevens is back from Michi- gfin. He says 'things are" looking there. Tho farmers are -through stacking and are anxiously awaiting for the threshers. Miss D. Jaycock, of who is recently, out of the hospital there-, is on the homestead with er parents to recuperate er health. Mr. Batenden has got 35 acres of fall wheat in and only wants a rain to start it. W. Martin's three-year-old boy was near death on Sunday, Sept. 1st, having a bad case of cholera. Dr. j from Taber was sent. for. He! came promptly to the scene and has; probably saved the boy's life as he j has.taken a turn for the better. j KNOX CHURCH PICNIC The Knox Church Sunday School had a successful picnic at the Pump House river bottom on Saturday. The pupils and teachers were out in full force and a number of parents and friends joined later. The day was spent in games, races, 'swinging j and other sports known r'o such oc- casions and the fun kept up After tea. until dusk. The weather ideal and there were no accidents to mar the pleasure. The races resulted: Girls' three-legged race, 1st, Ada. Murray and Bertha Hutton; 2nd. L. everv man for himself and the devil' H- Maodonald and F. Haason. take the hindmost has held aid still holds a large place in the minds ofj bui the impetus bphirid the Hopping race, 1st, Lena Sick; ana. class race, Smith XJitT tJili JJJ. 'I' 1 Redpath "street to; the :tune of "On- hospital for'an-ex- Removal Notice i _ ____ We are new located in OUR NEW PLANT and are prepared to do MORE AND BETTER WORK than ever before. Give us a trial with -your next bundle "We respectfully solicit your patronage TEEMS STRICTLY GASH C. S. FARJROW, Manager Phone 145 P. 0. Bos 477 Christian Soldiers." The. first stop made was at Knox Presbyterian church where, the Caledonians and members of the' .C.......O. F, dropped out to attend, the 'service uiere. The nnainder of the pr-cession. continued down to Bound street and back to the corner .of Redpath and Glyn; where they finally divided among the Anglican, the Methodist and Bap- tist churches. The .Knights of Py- thias and jthe A. 0. F. attendee! Wesley church; the Sons of England St. August-ill's" church: Orange- the Baptist church. t At Kmx': church 'the; Uev. 'Mr. Gbr- :don spoke to the visiting societies subject the con negation iof neighborly charity liis" text the vvords of the-: enquiring.: lawyer to-" the. Master: "Who, .is iny and pointed that the comprehensive platitudes, like "Bro- therhood of- "and similar ex- pressions accomplished no more than fo dissipate 'our "My, neighbor is he who is so situated :in regard to me that I have it in my power to do him -was his an- swer to the question. The speaker made a strong appeal- for aid to the and that that aid given be pre.ssion of a iv ble and loftier bro- therhood that- is winding its way into the hearts-and minds of men and finding an outlet in their live-s. Such terms as struggle for exist- ence, sulivival--of the fittest and ruthless competition have been over emphasized, the they stand 2nd, iTarjooe Simmons. -Oirls' race, 1st, .Bertha. 3v Jennie McKay. I' I Pony .1st, G. Thompson -and H. Hutchinson; 2nd, W. Thomson and A. Hunt. Second Pony race. 1st, P. Morris C. Moth; 2nd, D. Thomson ond Boot shoc racc, lstj for and 2nd Bddje influence pernicious. Their] Consolation ,race> lst, D0nua .teaching., must ...-give way before A. Delaney; ,3rd. of -Christian Go-operation. as .ilie life of Chris' .Mr. Perry; Congratulated the hay