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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthtedge Daily Heralfl, Monflfty, 12, Aa Isaportaot Feature in Your Stove is a Well Proportioned Flue If, because your 'range is not satisfactory, you are ad- vised to pull down your chimney and build a taller one, or put a stack on the one you something ,elso that involves expense and Don't do it until you have examined your Range where nine out of ton times the cause of failure lies. Compare the fines of-any other stove with those of If your flues are too large, the products of combustion are carried 'quickly past the point wJiere they should: ba enormous fire to do little jvvork. the flues are oven refuses to work and the natural result is-dissatisfaction. In a "Kappy Thought" iRange this feature has freen thoroughly studied and is no" trouble of this kind whatsoever. 'Our book on ranges sent free to any address. Win. Buck Stove Co., Ltd., Brantford, AGENT FOR LETH5RIDGE. Procession of the Sacred Host (Contlnuofl from front: page) In United States in.1917 The Bucharistic Coagress-cf 1911 .frill in, Spain, un- der iiio jurisdiction of the Cardinal residing in'Toledo.' year the congress-will meet in Vienna ami the year-' after, Lyons -lias -been, chosen. It is tha-fe "in 1S17 the'meeting place will be in .the Unitad The papal legate aiid :pariy will vis- it the monastry at, will ho the guestar of "Father l.e- Icbvxe, Cardinal Vannutelli expressed him- seif as success' oi the congress just closed... -No city has ev- er attained the success" achieved hare. !A demonstration like that of..yester- day afternoon has never been seen in any country. Bruchesr also expressed Bis delight on the outcome of the congroas. Makes Hair Grow The Alberta Drug Book Co. has )an -invigorator that -will grow hair> or money back. The time to take care of your hair is when you have hair to take care of. If your "hair is getting thin, gradu- Jillr faling out, it cannot be long be- fore the spot appears. The greatest remedy to stop hair from falling is SALVIA, Edited by 10B2 I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. H. J. and child returned from Vancouver. Mrs.. C. J. Little of Cranbrook is visiting with her mother, Mrs. D.G. McKay, Ford street. Mrs. Nell' McLachlan and Miss Me- t-achlan (Uno) will be at home for the first time Friday, September 16, at 537.Ernest street. 1 J, Jackson, general manager of the com- H: C. Newendorp, auditor, was taken .on and tended to-show that when 2weisler. was re- placed by another manager; on... .'Aug. 23rd last, he was found to -short in his account. He ..had; admitted that he might be short, according'to Mr. Newendorp, about" S140.00, 'and. "fj-v --4-KLs- 3 office, to make it-right, but" had ne- glected to take any steps. Consequent- ly a warrant was sworn out for his arrest-. W. C. for, the Citi-7 sens' "Lumber Co., and .1. N.- Ritchie, and Johnstone for the de- Bail has been-fixed from "the first at two'-sureties, of, two accepted cheques of S300 each, -but so far has not been The defence this- morning cross-ex- amined Newendorp at to how i.tjwas large allowed to remain on the. books-'.at the TaS-er yard, when- .remittances were supposed to .be made whenever the cash balance reached The hearing was 4 o'clock this afternoon. MAEEETS Live Stock 'at Glasgow Glasgow, -Sept Edward, and Ritchie report -407 xattle ;trade sharp 'at -better prices; Top5 steers 15 cents; current 14 1-2 secondary- 14; 14 cents; buUv-12 1-2 cents per Ib. .Sept 101 3-4, .closed 101 3-4; Deo.. opened, S3 Closed 99 34; 1-4, .closed 104 -caBh close: .Nor. .102; 3 bats flax Sept. prices .of ,'ctocks .advanced .1 languid '.dealings.; ing ex-dlvidenfi; rose 5-8; as Canadian: cago, :Great. Kepu-blic Steel-, St. Paul' a-, "fraction Saturday's Liverpool, SepT.. and Co. the Birkeniiead- m'lixket rul'ed-''i -i BANQUET RED WING CLUB" SECRETARY-TREASURER ROBINSON RETURNS George W. Rob- nson returned this morning from a six' weeks' trip to- Ontario and the er Jim remained -behind visiting re- ativoS in Toronto. .They only man- aged to get in thirteen days in Eng- and but had a" vj-hiio here. They went over on the Royal Jeorge and returned on "-the Tunisian. Mr. Robinson says that' the tourist raffic in Great Britain from the United States and Canada has reach- night as again in the pound. A claim of was laid" against the iorse upon the first occasion'by a citizen whose lawn tfoe animal had damaged." The horse had gone to the' same lawn again this' morning and so the chief asked for a .remand until tomorrow. R. A. Smith appeared for defendant and pleaded the animal had on both occasions been maliciously d -enormous -proportions. So heavy s the returning traffic this fall that turned loose by some -party or .parties unknown. Defendant himself, who is a peddler by trade, believes some other peddler, wishing to prevent him getting on his rounds, is respon- sible and the police, consequently will investigate. Meanwhile the case is adjourned "until tomorrow and Glass- man on putting up the bond to cover the claim for damages has been al- lowed to take his horse. Broke Fire By-law Cotaras .Bros, were fined and costs for -neglecting to clear away from the rear of their premises on Hound- street a quantity of combus- tible material consisting of boses and paper. Chief Kilkenny of tbe fire department tbe complainant They were fined 5- and costs totalling ?5.25., all first class and saloon passages on Jnited States and Canadian bound teamers are booked un for tlie next vo months and that berths cannot e obtained for love or money. On ome" of the "boats, American, whole ctions of steerage compartments re fitted up a? first class berths in rder to be sole to get back to busi- ess. place October 1st at waicn a the above took place in, the offices of the Thomson Transfer Co., and af- ter important-'business factorily transacted, a call to tie "sup- per table was made by the president. A lovely menu of the most seasonable End palateable list of dishes was pro- bj- the master of ceremonies., which was fully done justice to and thoroughly enjoyed. After this fol- lowed a list of songs and some of which were of very high "class. James Thomson sang several songs in his old familiar style which were very much and. others ed in the following order: Aleck .Mas- son, Charlie Robertson, William' Mas-j son. George Masson, Tom Strandall. j E. W. Kingston, Frank Gibb, Andrew Page, Andrew Masson, Pete Robert- son, and the host. The party broke up teeling sorry parting after a right royal time and a most enjoyable evening The meeting will tak? pjace about October at which a number of now members will be introduced m the same as ttose demand was :one of :the market- .while-" light, fair prices Quotations are as': J: steers from IS. ___ 1-i" to ranch Winnipeg 'Winnipeg, Sept. day in-eluded 580 calves, and .togs..' In ract that .the rscei'pts :6f number offered for ;sale this amount: The. :.''of J offered was rather though market held steady; yeti there delay In" sale, The 'best sale recorded was; head- of "good butcher- while the -bulk of the sales' wereimadev from 15 .''cents, -t'o'-.SO' .l Calves were fair, but the marizet V not very keen for them and'- sol at "S4.50- per scarce, which -caused, keenness, nevertheless, held v'f Irm :at ?9 -per cwt. oOT: cars Don't fail to hear.Shearwopd, Am- erica's premier pianist, tonight at the Majestic. Lhei The best meal for >the- working man at the least possible cost Good rooms and quick service J. Coulter Prop.: The feature of the, concert was Mr. Sherwood's masterly execution of the Sair.t-Sacns piano Concerto in G minor. Kis splendid technical re- sources were exhibited with a virtu- that amazed his listeners and won Tor him several re- calls. At. ihe evening concert. Mr. i Sherwood played the Grieg A minor Concerto, and renewed his triumph of I the afternoon. In response to insis- i tent recalls lie plavc-d a Chopin Pre- j anc. ijy WELL WORTH YOUR ADMIRATION Is the display we offer for your inspection and selection. You will not find a single ar- ticle in the entire store which does not bear the mark of quality. If you make a gift of jewelry bought here you will never have causo to be ashamed of it. We in- vite you to pay us ,a visit even if you are nc't, thinking of buying at this time. JEWELER, Round St. Jap Got Little Drunk IT. Nakumnra. a Jap, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. "Are you guilty or not ask- ed the coiirt. "How much you replied the Jap. "I'll tell you what I'll do after you'xt: pleaded. Were you drunk or "Me drunk! Oh, just a little. Xot much. 'How much you "Three and costs." Labor Agency .Again A young man applied to the magis- trate saying that he had paid a dol-. lar to the International Employment Agency and had received a slip to i Messrs. Doyle and Thomas, contract- j ors. He went at once to Messrs; i Doyle and Thomas 'but they did not need any men. He returned to the employment agency :but it refused to return his dollar. He wanted to know what to do. Supt. Wilson said he did not know what the law was about the matter but the -commor, sense point of view appeared to him to be that if the agency could not de- liver tbe job it should re- turn the mocey paid.- 'The chief said there had been; many complaints o.r tnis nature "before, but the slip sign- ed by job hunters on paying their dollar usually contained a number of legal clauses that protected the ag- ency. The-man-said "the agency had taken back the slip it had given Mm. The polico will investigate. More Cows at Large Summonses were issued against the following for allo-iving their cows .to stray at largo -within the city lim- its: Walter Whitney. George Pctrom- i-Mlke-Supina. John Cook. W. GiiJis. OPPOSITE THE EUREKA Is prepared to serve the tastiest meals to ..there the most moderate trial will convince yon. -_ SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. ALL WHITE HELP. WE AIM TO PLEASE. Don't wait a day longer expect- ing lots will get cheaper. They won't. The following are good invest- ments: 4 residence lots in Block each, 1-2 cash, 4 and S mos- 37 1-2 feet on London, elose to Bartlett, water and sewer. 1-2 cash, 4 and S months. 3 lots on Redpatli, Block 91, 5500 each, 1-2 cash, 4 and S months. Acre lot in block T., cash. Lot 3 and buUdins. in Block 66, Terms. Rents for ?2o per month." ;