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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta September 11, 1011. THIS 11EKAL1> We Ask the Women The womoir are ths buyers. So, If more-families are how good Blue Ribbon Tea IB wo must nsk the women to get. It. Itemember it has bolter makes more, Is richer and stronger than other tea. It Is the most economical tea you flan buy and If fully satisfied you can take back the packet and have your money noE.'mded. wait EDITED .'iv Phoni 1224. Niii'Uenu Phoni 774. Church. .Mr. Janrjoson has written. and.still writes, extensively on voice technique and the art ot singing, his contributions to prominent eastern j musical publications being widely (read, mid receiving much praise from the critics. His class '.in the city promises to bo a very large one. Mr. jCJourliiy Pia entie, West. '.Studio is ai the U20 12lh nv- LIFE'S (MIRROR There arc. loyal hearts, (here fiplrlts liravc, souls, that aro pure true Then give to the world the best you have, And the liest shall come back to you. William Edwards, which was solemn- ized at church (his morning-: They: were guests with Sir', anojaiid Airs. T: S: Fctlorly returned lo Calgary this afternoon. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF LADY SCHOOL TEACHER Gladys Price Left School and not Seen Alive Afterwards-Outrage and Murder Suspected -Search Parties are t Out "iivn love, aiid will flow, A strength in your utmost need Have faith and a score of hearts will sliow Their faith in your word and deed. r life is the mirror of king and slave, 'Tis just what you arc ami do Mr. H. Curtis Skiimpr gave promptu tea in courlcsy to Mr. Goo. love to your nam' afc thc Ro-val iSaturdav i Winnipeg, on Alexandra, afternoon, I nearly all the guests being members jof the Canadian Women's Press C'lub honorary [of which Mr. Ham is member. A great- deal of interest is bi'ing taken in thc debate. "Resolved that Then give to ihe world the best you i suffrage would be beneficial have (to' Canada." which will bo debated And the best will come back to evening, at the Kiiworlh League 'mealing at Westminster church, and no iterant' a huge crowd will bo in j The eleven-year-old Maroness Clif- Ellwand, has the right, io vote, whenever pleases, and thai without.the.struggle which .England's women are piitting_ forth to gain their suffrage.'''According to law, she has thc right to be summoned to all coun- and state ceremonies of the sov- ereign. Her title is one of the old- csl in Ihe House of Lords. She can Vote uii any important no one can say her nnv. BAKIISLG POWJOER CAN ADA, CONTAINS NO AL.UM CONFORMS TO THE HIGH STANDARD OF GILLETT'S GOODS BAKING POWDER baroness cures more for l The little dolls just CANDIDATES FOR I MONTREAL'S MAYORALTY Montreal. Qne., Sept. and three candidates for the She was ar So onatmn, a little cornet having been they were advised by friends to ac- cept nomination. Aid. Layelle has ben member of the city council wicb n short intermission (hiring the past twelve years. Aid. Duudurnud WOB low, however, than slip dons aboil slate questions or .the king i H'cparcd for her. wedding took place this morn S. Uridges. Manltou, Man., ff-spt. whole country for miles arouml is in a state of intense exclt-einent over the mys- terious disappearance j'esterday of Gladys Price, a pretty young school teacher who has been teaching the Rivorthile school. It miles south of Irere. Evidence strongly points to the girl being first, ravaged and then mur- dercd, her body being; thrown, in some lonely rtivine hy the fieufl. Yester- day morning she opened her school with hut one pupil.. About ten o'clock she dismissed this pupil, saying that she would follow later on, after the grass, which was wet with the rain a few hours before, bad dried. Kail- Ing to' return to ter boarding Frank to whom she was eiigng-ad, became anxious ;vbout night time and went to look for her. called at the school but no trace of her was seen. Thinking she might ba staying with on'a'of the neighbors, jhc made the rounds o.C them all, but still she. could not be found. On re- turning honi-3 without her the whole threshing gang turned out with lan- terns, and, aided by the country-side and a large search party from the town hall, a night search began with the result of Finding evidences of her clothing scattered alioii t the school, where a desperate struggle had evi- dently been made with her assail- ant Blood dence. In was also found in ev direct line from the sclioo) to her boarding house Urere is a pond that dins down a gulch, and j down this more pieces of her were found, and from th- is appear- ances it would s'sem that fhe human devil had followed the helpless girl and repeated his assault. Xo trace of the girl, dead or alive, lias yet been found, although hundreds are at work this morning searching "every bluff and gulch in Ilie vicinity. Ijfite last evening a man was ar- rested on suspicion in '.Manitou and i iodge-d in the gaol. It tuvivad out that he was a farm laborer who had been; working for a farmer in another dii'ec-- lion and had b-eea dismissed. A close1 watcli is being kept on all likely look-, ing strangers and several are being: detained Jjy local police. Provin- cial Constable McFarlane is now look- ing for a young man 'who recently, came from th'3 easL'aud had written; the girl that be was coming to nee This letter she showed (6 hen fiance and the ma.n turned up last' week, remaining a few days. He not teen heard of since. -Miss Price is about twenty years- old and of a quiet disposition. Her parents, who it is said are' th-elr friends near No panne, pnt., a present, live at Myrtle, Man. iUfss Annie Copcland is holidaying at Uanfi' this Kcuk. n. 1-1. Van Allen, principal of West- minster school, spent the week-end n a pleasure trip to Calgary. Mr. Gordon Macbeth returned to Port Mope yesterday, to continue his studies at Trinity College school. The Enrl and Countess, of Dun- more, have k'ft England, on a six weeks' tour of thc Dominion. 'lUcmlincQ i I be of tlw ird f' tcr oi Hit lite Juslicf Gwynne. the cooit 01 Canada tike place uj October eld I The ,1'Jig at; five o'clock at Westminster jchutcl) of PIK ninth dilitjhkr of Mi lohn Itnflitli to Mr Mil ton I M irds Ro v tie pcrioi i ui he wci'dmg cere it of bfltp bnjjilclnih prHtih trim with sill braid ami FAIR ON FRIDk Mr. ShanU, wlio lias been spending liifi vacation in Calgary, is expected home tonight. Commencing next and on the three following Sunday evenings, Rev. W. A. Levitt will smith, a special series oi sermons. Tliu subjects of these discourses ivill be, "The man -behind Ihe' 'The man in the "The man [under the and "The man on Madame Gauvreau and Miss Pauline !lnc 'rec-" i.aiiricr ale guests with Lady Laur- icr, in Ottawa, [or a week. roll call for the membership oi thej The Guild, of St. Mary's church BRpj'jst chinch on Monday ev-. tend holding .1 rummage sale some blue felt bit idotncd th Per 11111 nn ind tnrnmings compldea her coslume. Both Imrir inih groom were unat- tended, but Mr. mm Mrs. T. S. Fet- icrlv were witnesses. Mr. and Sirs. Kchvanls left on the six o'clock train ,on a trip to the coast cities and on their return will reside on Argyle Ave. elected but two years ago. .Me was once befdre, 'however, a mayoralty candidate having: by Bx-Jlayor The third alder- mentioned is Aid: .F. Gauvin. 'Aluy- has four months yet to serve in tbe office.-bufore1. be vacates. The civic elections take'place early February. The salary of the chief j magistrate of Jlontrenf, is n addition to his duties :as mayor he is 'chatrtnim 'of the Board "of Con- trol. KltUED-INSTANTilY S., Sept. of age, was almqst killed while hoisting grain Conrad, instantb from the old Intercolonial Railway round house. The crane fell over crushing him and breaking .his neck. He is survived by a grown up family. The directors of the Oarmiiigay Fair are leavliiEino stones unturned to malic tllrir exhibition a ;'suc- cess. It will on Friday: ot this week, Kept.> have en- gaged a specialitrain that will leave Lethbridge at 8' o'clock that mornlQg to take a 'nig 'crowd that ought to go ;nd take in the That Carmangap- will have an bition worth sn-inj is assured by, tho fact that- at thelLcthbridge fak4hcic Board of Trade unade an excellent ex- hihit that for dis- trict exhibits. A llargc numbcB of Carn.angay peojrie came down with their exhibit. It. fsj-.p to the Leth- bridgc people at large num- bers as possiMe the fait The Indians, I champions of the citv baseball leaj.uo, will play the crack Carmangayf-nineHhat day. It has heen decided lo institute time in thu near future. Miss Theodora Brown Silver rc- tiivncd last evening from a six weeks' visit in .Salt Lake pi.ty.. ening, Ocibber'Snd. A strong speak- will be brought here on that oc- casion lo inaugurate tbe roll call as yearly aflair[ and a splendid pro7 gram is also being arranged for that .evening. St. Andrew's Christian Emfea- t fvpr society, meets this evening for o.r Olds, for the past service, when it is hoped STILL AWAITING DEVELOPMENTS Berlin, Sept. further devel- opments in Moroccan affairs are ex- pected here pending receipt of France's reply to the German note. The French ambassador, M. Cambon, is in Dres- den with his family, awaiting a move by iii-j government. Although public anilely regarding di (Terences betweon France and Ger- many have been largely allayed, locks opened somewhat weaker on the Bourse today owing to the un- satisfactory course of New York Varis markets yesterday. A report printed in the foreign press that the Kussian government hnd great sums of money from Berlin is authoritatively itenled, and it is as- serted that the withdrawal of French much exaggerated. Whatever with driwals were made were so slight, it declared, that, they played no part in the recent stock market panic. DESPATCH WAS AUTHENTIC London, Sept. practically established that Rudyard Kipling's w. view on reciprocity cabled to the credits from Gentian houses has 'been Montreal Star, wag authentic. SUSPECTED MURDER BEING. INVESTIGATED Virginia, Minn., Sept. inves- tigation .h'r tbe police ot this city di- rected towards clearing up the ident- ity of a. man found dead, apparently murdertd, near Emo, Out., yesterday. heing mado. A. Newman, who conducts a nvea.t market hers, is firm- y convinced that the dead man is lis -brother named Andrew Newman. was of a roving disposition uid nothing was heard from hlmaince 10 tilt hero for the Canadian wheat fields nearly three months ago. Mrs. McMillen, who has been vis- iting her daughter, Mrs. Crcighton, I; -Mat there will he a full attendance. for this evening, "My- Dei Viscount LnsccHes, A. The meetings oi the Mr. Freeniantle, who have spent the are held every Tuesday and j summer in thc Western Provinces, young peoplei of tbe congrcga-! rived home this-afternoon will return to the Capital shortly. Mrs. J. Bellamy, of fflobsc Sask., arrived iu the city this morn- ing on a short visit with her sister, Mrs. G. Moth. Sir Charles and Lady and the Misses Fitzpatrick are re- tiirnini; to'Ottawa from Murray Bay, it end of September. Mrs. Amhirst, Victoria, is a guest with her sister, Mrs. L. C. Tcepie, m route to Winnipeg, where she will it-tend thc Anglican convention. jions, and especially strangers He .welcomed. I The program, of the Wesley Lea- gue last evening, included a mission- ary game o! Lotto. About two doz- en- questions .were, arranged and then answers, to Hie number of sixteen, were written on cards, which were lislributed through the audience. The questions were ihrn read aloud and '.he one who first sain' "lotto" had [-he privilege oi answering the Miniature sheaves of corn, instead u" thiy customary bouquets of flowers, were carried hy the thiee brides- maids at a wedding in Buckingham charge, larisii church, on Friday. Lion from the card, were correct, lie was given a slip, and the one, winning the of these, won the game. The game: I impressed on those present matters', N which arc rrallr familiar and easily forgotten. Mr. Toombs was. in' 1 ,.1.....'_ II Men's Out- fitters Such a showing of Ladies' Seasonable Underwear at The Bay that will cer- tainly give great satisfaction Underwear for Fall and' Winter Wear in 'medium heavy and extra heavy weights will now be found at The every-coh- ceivahle sfyJo, shade and texture, Underwear that-has long been noteiVfor its-sterling-qualities, per- fect comfort; 'Uwienvcnr that en m.cs with every gannentia full, guaranitee from.' maker to wearer; Underwear in bivying which you take no leave all responsibility, with us. 4 Mrs. C. McKillop, Miss Helen JIc- :illop and Miss Margaret McKillop Miss Pill Ion-Hurry, the English an-. Ihoress, is spnuiing a few days in-! Enamelware WE HAVE ON SALE SOME EXCELLENT ENAMELWARE AT BARGAIN PRICES SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW Staff or d-Agnew f 'MIL If you live out of town, write M Halifax. She is an exlcnsivc travel-! returned on Rnturday from Edition- ]icl' a number of books On her oh-1 ton, where they were guests with bave her eminence.' Mrs. McCaig for the past month. ieaitiiig hooks are ".lamaica as! and "A l.ieulcnant-Coloncl Kaziitsugi Inon, military attache to the Japanese Em- 91ISS I'ullpn-Hiirn- will tnivel i bassy, and Mr. Xagakn- gi Okabi, also attache tp the Japan- ese Embassy, were guests ai the Chateau Fronleiiac, Quebec, Wednes- day. The marriage of Mr. Alexander La- Ladies' Woven Vests, Fleecy LiiKd, in nat- ural color. Heavy makes. Sizes 34, 3G, 38. Per garment Unshrinkable All Wool Vests and drawers to mntch, in white and natural color, n.11 p'eTgarment 1 .25 Children's, Combination! in all wool, natural color. All sizes. m j AA Per suit }I.UU Ladles' Fine Wool unshrinkable; nice light weight. All In atock. OC O Per wilt I l.fcO'O Children'! Wool Vntciwlth drawers to "match, fine, strong texture and comfortable fitting. In every possible Ihrough lo the coasl, as she has been commissioned by a London firm to wrile a spries of articles on "C'ana-l (linn IinpVcssinns." While In. London [she met Miss Marjory JVicMurchy, j who was I here to write articles on ...............c... tbe coronation Canadian dailv coste. son of -Sir Alexander Lacoste, from ivhoni .she brought a letlec We would ask you to carefully- note the -above prices, quantities and represent a considarablo savins to y6u. Prices They aro the result of careful buying in large to Miss Alberta Ilirnvmnc, inlrodiiction to Miss Marshall of Mr. Tancmic Hiimvcnue of Uir Saimdcrs, of the Canadian Women's Rannite I'rovinciale, Montreal, is an- j I'rcss association (in affiliation with loimccd lo take plncc on Scplemlicr j '-ha London .Society of Women Joiir- _. t Mr. Ernest Cole, 'formerly Mrilish igcnt in Uganda, Africa, how sccre- ary to Sir Harold Northcliffc, yjs- tcd his hrother, M. A. T. Cole, ,at Grafton last week, en route to Win- ipcg and thc West. The funeral oi the late Jl'.ss Jean cnnrtt. McVVaii took- place from .her lolher's home, fill Fiflernth atnrday afternoon al three-thirty, ev. A. Levitt, conducted the scr- 'ce. r -Mr. ami Mis. Edwards arrived .in Ihe city yesterday from attend thc wcddiiij; of U Mr. Hhynd Jamicson will com-1 nicnce teaching on Monday, Oct. next, at bis permanent studio, 43n! Stli street; south. Mr. Jnmieson' will [specialize in lone production and' i English Diclion, and will also givcj attention in the matter of breathing, I 'expression, anil style-in singing. Mr. recommendations are of very lilghcst, the names! of Or. A. S. Men-' delssobn choir, Toronto, Dr. Albert Ham, Dr. Torrington and oilier lead- ing raslmi musical authoritie.s. Un- til Sept. .inih Mr.' .lamieson can he interviewed daily from 9.30 a.m. to at the Lecture P.ooiii, Wesley. DRESS GOODS AND VELVETEENS Will attract keen buyers to The Bay Velvet aiul Velveteens have come into their own ibis year for sure; on every Imnrl nre signs Unit ho most popular materials for lute Fall and Winter war. We have long antlclnated thit. and are now prepared with a comprehensive and ejclusire rann of most beautiful shades of brown, saxe blue, navy, alio black, at Ranging from 50c, 75c, 85c, to per yard Heavy Scotch Tweed In greys end mixtures, n handsome and durable material for Fall wear. Per yard All Wool Serge In navy, brown, saxe, green and cardinal, t fine, even woven material of heavy weight i and permanent dye. Very low priced, n yd. I Our IMMV stock of Trimniinffs. wliicli hns just ninny beaiuifnl ftxamples of the new Orienial and snitalile alike for dresses and millinerv. arrived, includes Bended ;