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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September THE -DAILY ITKRAL1) SINGLED TAX LIMITS TOWNS AND VILLAGES Not Able to Raise Enough Pow- ers Enlarged Innlafall, ,68 x 08 68 x 86 Hemstitched Damask Clolli and Napkins to .match: cloth, 72x90 per set Hemstitched Damask Tea Napkins, 15 x 15, price each- .7 gOC Pure Irish Linen Huck Towels, size 20 x 38 .Price per pair Pure Linen Tea Cloths yiiln. blue and pink border. Size 26 x 26 each Hudson's Bay Co, STREET CARS MAY TONIGHT AIT is about in readiness for the resumption of the .street car service. This afternoon Supt. Reid was busy at the substation putting oa the fin- ishing touches on the motor generator and dynamo with the object of test- ing the cars this evening. If all goes well tomorrow morning will see the cars in active operation once more, hi any event, however, by Friday morning the system will- TJP in com- plete order and ready for business.. Supl. Reid is losing no time in getting his house in order, so be ready with your fare and don't forget to pay as you enter. EAST. MIDDLESEX BYE-ELECTION Toronto, Sept. la expected that the writ for the bye-election in East Middlesex will be issued short- ly. The protest filed against the el- ection of the late --member, Robert Sutherland, will he withdrawn upon a formal motion next week, and 'when tin's is done the government will be a position to issue the writ. It is still open for the petitioner to press ,iis protest, and if the charges were proved, the seat could be claimed. This course, how-aver, is not likely to be followed. The Brown Betty Tea Room Open 11 a.m. to G p. m. Business Men's Lunch At 40 cents, from 12 to 2 p.m. X Corner Third and Fifth Street, BOW ISLAND LOSES CITIZEN TO CELEBRATE SEPTEMBER- 21 Montreal, Sept. 10. A meeting of Conservatives was held today at the and it is expected they will try today! offices cf Mr. L. T. -Marschal, K.C., lo get a stay of proceedings on the] w'th the object of organizing a ban: ground that the depositions of three1 (Juct which the Right Hon. R. L. Bor- witnesses in Hot Springs, Arkansas, are needed in the CUSP. These witness- es, it is claimed, will WETASKIW1N EXCITED Wetaskiwin, Alta., Sept. one of the hottest municipal election ever held in the city of Wntaskiwiu, Dr. Walker has tho lead in the betting by teii to one. The candidates are Dr. H. C. Walker and William Dudgeon surgeon, Rev. J. F. Woodsworih, the recent- ly-appointed pastor of Westminster j The latter is a" veterinary Church, and .Mrs. Woods worth, who while Dr. Walker ig the have been spending their honeymoon ca, surgeoil in the dis. abroad, expected to arrive in thp city tomorrow or Friday. The den has accepted, for September Mr. T. Chase Casgrain, K.C., was elected chairman of the general com- mittee. Four sub-committees were appointed and immediately sot to work to arrange the banquet. INDEPENDENT FORESTERS MEET IN WINNIPEG Fiveonlies Club of Coalhurstj will give a danoo in the Davis Rlock there on Monday evening next, Sep- tember W. at S.30 o'clock. The com- mittee in charge are J. I. MeDermott T. Kinney, J. J. Bo.iton, G. B. Roso ind A. F. Gumming. Winnipeg. Man. Sept. ad- vance guard from the trailed Stait-3 cf the thirty thousand members of the Independent Order of Foresters, meet here next week, arrived today and have taken up their home at the Yale, and the Alexandra. Tho arriv-j als today number about fortv and are becn shlpped tov bunal- of specilal committees. Tlle How Ishlfil1 friends tnct. This election is caused by the Among the arrivals are Judge Daniel, "oral tribute to show their Tesignaiion of Alexander Knox. the Of Georgia, head of the judicial corn- former mayor, who left the city very! mlttcc and Judge Robinson of Okla- tsomn, head of the appeals committee. SUCCUMBED TO AN ATTACK OF TYPHOID FEVER AT STETTLER Row Island, Sept. Swfiuiium- son is planning to build a brick store in the Ilouglin addition. AVork is progressing rapidly on'the Lutheran manse, which will bo quite an addition to the town residences. Mrs. Lee arrived I'rom Vancouver last Monday to join her husband, who has had charge of (he elevator here the past year. They will occupy the iiaudfionie Httlte bungalow recently built by J. Rosebaugh. Bora, lo Mr. and Mrs. P. Kildgaard on Monday, September '2, a daughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Ridgedale, at Medicine Hat, a daughter. The Presbyterian 'Sunday school will give a concert Friday to help swell their funds for a library. They have about on band. School opened Tuesday tflth Blisses Burgess and 'Mitchell in charge. Both young ladies come bighiy recommend- ed from Ontario. Several of our citizens visited the Stampede at Calgary this xeek, and among them were Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Reed, S. Halpin, Harold and Roy Beat- tie, Frank Button, B. T. and Thomp- son Whitney and Buffalo Bill. L. B. Jamteson is away ou a vaca- tion. One of our best known and most popular citizens, John Alexander Don- ovan died ef typhfod fever at the Stettlcr hospital Thursday after a very brief illness. He is survived by wife and six-year-old daughter, Kath ryii, here, and his father and bro- thers In Iowa, where his body has i One of the nurses of the N'nrsing Mission rang me up this morning, and garding the woman and children, were recently reported to be in a des- titute condition. In justice to the work of the XurgiiiK'Minion and to those who comribuv to that work these facts are given: Tho nurse tolls me that the Nursing Mission has been looking after this womr.ii and her children since before Christmas, and that they have never boon In want. At I he lime of the birth of the young- est child, the nurses of the- mission not only nursed tho mother, but the! mission supplied air necessary-cloth-i Ing for the baby, and they-have kept I MAY LOSE HIS EYES Nelson, B.C., Sept. hia eyes so 'badly injured that doctors fear he will lose the sight, and with fearful wounds on his face and upper part of the body. Izak Laurel la was brought in from the Lucky Jim mine near Thre-e Forks, Monday, and today xviil be taken to Spokane specialists, who will endeavor to save the eyes. a companion, who lies danger- ously injured in Sandon hospital, Laur ella struck his .pick into a missed hoto and discharged a shot which had fail- ed to explode during a previous shift. AN APPEAL FOR METHODIST MINISTERS GENERAL GORDON DEAD Savannah, G.I.. Sept. W. W. Gordon, of this place, briga- dier general. United States army dur- ing the Spanish-Amor lean war. nnd a confederate, died at While Sulphur iiigs, Va, Toronto. Sept. anneal from the Methodist churches of Saskatche- wan and Alberta for' one hundred young mon to enter the ministry and fill in the current issue of the Christian Guardian, as one which will test the Methodism cf this country, as it has not been tested "in many days: The appeal is signed by John A. Doyle, president of (lie -Saskatchewan Con- ference, and T. P. Perry, of the Al- berta Conference.- FRENCH CARDINAL DEAD Lions. Krancy, Sept. Cardinal I'eter Hercules? Conllie, Archbishop of Lyons, died Cardinal CouSlie bonignt .I'avis' in and was a mrdEnal in IMiV, by Pope Leo XIII.; sympathy. WAS BURIED AT "SEAFORTH Seafonh, Sept funeral of Mrs. A. IV. tir'Feniiu. Vlu'i' died here on September 5, was largely1 attended. Interment took place in- Harphiiriiey cemetery, on Friday 'last. Her husbahd, who is mayor of hns Use denr svminttiv nf friends here. FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT C'ONYSEARC CHURCH -MC.ARTHUR P.O.' Box C59 Tity ;