Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, September ion. THE LETHBRIIWSE DAILY HERALD Washday Troubles Will Vanish The E. B. Eddy Limited Hull CtnxU "Good for Leather- the Shiriesin a moment J lasts for a. Iveek. I Blitck or tan, ah nil gro- eel's nnd shoe stores. j CRISIS Inpending in the Affairs of the Great Chinese i Empire NE TEMERE DECREE TO A_COMMITTEE Resolution to Refer Ad- opted; Legislation Suggested London, Out., Sept. Ne Temere decree of tho Roman Catholic' Church was dlflcunsed again today tiy the General Synod of tho Anglican ch, which accepted tho resolution of Hon. S. li, hlRke'to have tho entire, mntter referred to a committee c( the two houses which would he em- powered to recommend legislation. Among those .who supported, the notion was Canon KHtaon, of Ok w.lio had been baptised in the' Ionian Catholic-faith1. He rl-aimod that be attitude ot that Church wag that iis marriage could be annulled. Rev. Patterson Smyth, of Montreal, salt] hey were experiencing great trouble n his city and they were on the ram- MRS. The only champion of the decree vas L. II. Baldwin, of Deer Park, who dvocated a thorough consideration efore doing anything that would act a oomcrang upon themselves, explain- ig to the Synod that the Church of Cnglan'rt refused to 'recognize as valid he marriage of divorced persons, the civil law permitted. his is a land of religious he lid, "the Roman Catholic Church ught to have the right of regulating le sacrament of marriage for her the Northwestern road An entirely, wrong ap- 5 Jiko jnist before sunshine, if you use one of EDDY'S WASH BOARDS The Boards with Uic labor-saving crimp. Eddy's Wash Boards are- Strong, Solid, Durable and Well-flnitihed: with a crlmn In tho Zinc that is easy on you and your clothes. Insist on getting the following 2 in 1, 8 In 1, Special Globe, and Eddy (small A.I All Good'Grocers. FIFTY CARLOADS THRESHER OUTFITS Special Train of Fifty Cars of Threshing Machines for the West Chicago. III., Sept. special train of lifty freight cars loaded with threshing machines and escorted by a corps of trained ntfn, is hurrying ov- from to Western Canada to liclp harvest tlie bushels of grain erop in Manitoba, Saskalch- plication has been given to the Ke Teniere decree oil account of o.ur hat- red "of the Roman Catholic Church. cwaii and Alberta. So urgent is the demand for harvesting machines there that the special is given the right! over oilier freight trains. It camel couver the second week in September, to over the Lake Shore red. from the Rumley Company factory at I-n Porte, Indiana. The Lot.' ns .remove first the beams out of dnr own eyes." The next triennial session of the eneral Synod will be held at Van- Washington, Sept. 13. In tfie opin- i3pn of students of Oriental affairs, >China is rapidly approaching a great kirisis in her history. Tlie uprising (in Sen Cluieii province is expected fio extend to other, tributary provinc- ies, especially southward, where the element has for years 'been opposed to the reigning; Manchu dynasty. Evidently prepared for (trouble the Chinese government will lie able to suppress present disturb-. Winces. The question of doing away with the arts degree as a preliminary to Northwestern will carry it to Diilulh a divinity course, was discussed this nnd from Uuluth it will go over the afternoon, and" another Xe ,Temere' I'anndian Northern hv Fort, F'rances I I'esnhiUon offered by Hon. S. H. Blake, Tho unforseen disastrous flooding of tlie Yang Tse valley is expected (1 ;vc thousands of unfortunate lives, whose means of support hwe I Ibeen destroyed, into the ranks of revolutionists. Jt is believed Uie Sen r'uien .uprising is only a pcrutirsor ot other outbreaks iiv different Ihe kingdom for the fact is that the struggle now going on is really a. pig-antic test of the relative sirenjril und power of the central government ivhioh is opposed to the provincial governments. In other words the situation resembleR tbe great feudal wars in Burone in the (Middle Ages. to Winnipeg From Winnipeg the machines will be as. rapid- ly as possible, from twenty to thirty cars to the Regina .district, where tlic cutting of an- unusually big whrnt crop is' nearly completed.'1 The grain crop of the three west- ern provinces this year is estimated at liOO.OOO.OOtl bushels of wheat, oats, Of barley and" 'M'ill re- freight "cars tio trans- port, it; from the country to the ele- vators. Western Canadian hankers to-are flgurinp that, the crop will bring least into the. comi- try, and that the other will bring fhn lota! up to and practically an Of this will lie put ,'j into circulation. i was adopted. It asked that all con- tested marriages be referred to the Court of Exchequer. There was no discussion. Another resolution was one expressing the Jiope for Inters national peace. MORRISSEY Premier Hazen's Right Hand Man for the Pact St. John, N. B., September 'Jlon. Jolm Morrisscy, of Chief Commissioner of I'nnlic Works Worts for the province, and a leading ,niemhcr Of the Cabinet of the Conscr- .provincial Government, will TO FLY FROM ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC COAST New Sept. O. Ward started at 0.30 this morning from Governor's Island on a flight from the Atlantic to the 1'acific coast. He Is flying for a prize of J50.000 offer- ed by Wm. H. Hearst. CAN'T SEE WHERE .ANY KICK CAME FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST SERVICE The evangelistic 'services in the Fifth avenue Baptist Lethbridge, are deepening- in inter- O3t. Last night another very im- pressive address was delivered by. Mr. Clark from the text "We. preach Christ crucified unto the' JewsVa stumbling block, and unto the Greeks foolishness, but unto them which are called both-Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God and the wisdom of God." :f- In commencing his address, Mr. Clark dealt with the '.story of the cross, showing that nothing had so convinced the .world of forgiveness as the cross of He then spoke of resnl'ts of the preaching of the cross. First, unto the J-ews as a stumbling block, showing that just as over the very eimplicLty of salvation the Jews 'stumbled, so do many peo- ple today. Tn the second place un- to the Graeks foolishness. The evan- geliet said that while the Greeks were certainly philosophers and he wag glad that philosophy and world- ly wisdom wera'not the passports iin- The Talk of The Town We have learned that many people in Lethbridge have heard from others of the Big Values we are giving in Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, but have not located our store as we are a little off the main street. Our prices are such as to cause this talk, for they are 20 p.c. lower than those prevailing 'elsewhere; and if those looking for bargains will just get the scissors and clip our address from this advertisement they will locate us and be added to those who are advertising our prices A FEW SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dry Goods Clothing New Shaker Flannelette, assort- ed stripes, reg 12 l-2c 3 yards for.............. Pure White Cotton, 36 in. wide, regular 12 l-2c, 3 yards for....................... Crash Toweling, pure linen, reg- ular price 12 l-2c, 3 for................ New Velveteen, assorted colors, reg. 50c for..... Wrapperette, regular- 15c a yard for............... 25c 35c lOc Ladies' Ribbed Wool Underwear natural color, regular ft A per suit for Flannelette Blankets, regu- lar for.............. Lace Curtains, reg. per pair for............ 3UC Women's and Children's Cotton Hose, to clear, 2 pain 75c Men's Tweed Suits from the lead- ing factories, good assortment, regular and A A for.................. Men's Coat Sweaters, reg- ular for.......... Men's Woo! Sox, regular 20c, 2 Men's Excelda Handker- chiefs, reg. 15c, 4 for Bandana Handkerchiefs 6for....................' Boys' Pants, regular and for............ 25c We have a large assortment of Men's and Ladies' Furs and Fur .Coats. Ask to see them. PALACE CLOTHING CO. 2nd Ave., Opposite Fire Hall 3 Doors West of Post Office Speaking to 'Ben James, s prom- inent farmer living about five miles from the city, yesterday, he took occasion to criticise the remarks of the Herald's Raymond correspondent regarding the awarding of the prize for district irrigated exhibits .at lh-a Lothbrldge exhibition to the White j n io the kingdom, that he would rattrer School district. .Mr: Janies''said that he did not sete how the'Raymond people could gainsay the decision of .'take the field as a supporter of the j Buffum, who mad-a the award, reciprocity, agreement. ,He is one thought that-If th-ey would look the strongest men politically trust to the foolishness of God than the wisdom of men for only in Christ can the human' soul find rest, closing Mr. Clark shqwe-d that while to some the preaching of Christ was a stumbling -block and to others foolishness, to the believer the power or dynamics of men Northumberland County, anil al- though tbe election of tiic Liberal candidate. W: S.-Loggie, was assur- ed anyway; Mr. Morrissey's support will help to increase Jiis majority. (Mr. JVIorrissey's sons, John ami (.'hnrlcs, arc already actively engaged in the Liberal campaign for recipro- 'over the of. the prizes': in the irrigated portion of thfe general ex- hibit at the fair, they would see thai Ihe White School district farmers carried oBf the majority of the prizes in this depurtnTeilt, This, he .thought, would prove ibeyond a doubt that the White School district had tlio bent produce on exhibition, and that Mr. Buff nm's decision was entitled to tbe award in the district competition. OF CANADA Clfjltl, Iff! l-.d IMIvi4e4 trttKt Use Our Bank Money Orders tlie next time you send a small sum to any.point in Canada, or to any large city in Ihe United Statcj. They cost as le. 110 ID IM U to M :ic. With tin's low cost they combine convenience with absolute safety. For larger sums onr Drafts, Office cor. Round NMpMh R. TINMINO, Manigtr. Itjrllng H. Much, AellBf Grutty W. Luckhtrdt. Miniitr. God. Ai this point be showed _ that as dynamite bursts asunder 'rock and the earth, thus revealing the riches hidden therein, so Christ frees a man from tha.t which hinders him living bis besf, and enattles him (o turu his powers into channels of s-ervice that will lid 'him to higher pjones of living. On this as on all former nights of mooting Mr. Clark's .rong personality and fcirc'aful pre- sentation ol the Rospel left an in- eliblo impression upon his hearers. Seabloom, whose solos are always so much appreciated, will sing in her native Swedish tongue at this evening's service. WANT DOMINION LAWS ALTERED Resolutions Passed by the Trades and Labor Con- gress at Calgary Calgary, Sept. di- rected to changing Dominion laws took up most of the tim-a of the even- ing session- of the Trad'as and Labor Congress today. They included reso- lutions against the employment of Chinese on licensed premises, and a request that the executive inform in- dustrial centres in Europe of labor conditions here, the appointment of factory inspectors in every centre of Importance, increased for let- ter carriers, prohibiting Chinese -em- ploying while girls, are among the j most interesting. .Many- resolutions which, if acted upon by the Dominion party, will hat'a the effect of making material modifications to the laws governing labor in Canada and in the provinces, were adopted toy tne I Trader and Labor Congress at Ha M'IRllflea- convention tonight. A resolution in- troduced by Delegate Lyons, of Win- nipeg, to. have the executive of the Congress endeavor to' get the depart- ment of militia to eliminate any mil- itary order which may interfere with the private rights of military bands- men, was thrown out by the Con- gress, which went on record as be- ing opposed to military bands as a part of the militia, an institution they claimed had no place in- this Domin- ion. A local paper reported the Con- gress as giving its endorsation of re- j ciproclty. As the question had not been considered by the Congress much indignation towards the paper was expressed, to exclude its all proceedings was defeated. A motion, however, representatives from 80URASSA HAS STRENUOUS OPPOSITION Verchcrreu, Sapt. lonrnssii had a lively meeting today, i-hen he came lo this .village to ircach the doctrines of Nationalism thy most Liberal portion of the Jberal riding of Cbambly-Vorcherres. The.division has been represented by members of the Gooffrfon family for many years, the inl'a member and present candidate being Victor Geof- frion. Mr. Gcoffrkm, accom pan-tad by Oscar Gladen and a Urge number of supporters, turned at the Nation- alint meeting and item and wl that It turned into an "assemblee contra- dlctolre." This, Mr. Hnlnville, opposition can- d'tlate, rcfii-scd to permit, and al- though Mr. Geoffrion took the refusal in good part, some 01 his young suji- porterH did not, they frequently interrupted Mr. HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Under the direction of the Sis- ters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. First Class Hoarding and Day School. Primary and Grammar Grndes. State Accredited High School. Advanced Normal Course of Two Years accredited by the Stnto of Washington. State Diplomas conferred. Mu- sic and Art Studio. Write ta Sitter .Superior for Year Book, Spokane, Waih. the leading Business College of the iXprthwefit where young people can receive a thorough .training'. Shor.lha'nd, typfi.wrltlng, iiook- keeping, ronnnercial law, etc. Is in sesstion twelve months in the year. No entrance ex- amlnntjiMiF. Board and room at very reasonable rates.' We ser.iire positions for otir Htti- dento. Our new beautifully illustrated cafalogue sent free upon rcrt'ieal. Write for It NOW. H. C. BLAIR PRINCIPAL 1ST MADISON, SPOKANE SILVER MEDAL CONTEST AND CONCERT AT WHITLA The Loyal Temperance Legion Aliltia held a silver medal content in -he schoolroom nt Whitla on Friday evening, September S. The hall was irtually crowded to the roof, a nil in- sr of young nvan finding seats on tlie_ top of the partition walls of the cloak room, when other seals were unavailable. Enthusiasm reigned throughout the evening, every item on the b-eing vigorously ap- A strong feature of Ihe ev- ening's entertainment was the sing- ing of Miss T. Adams, T. C. M. of To- ronto. Miss Adams is'holidaying in Whitla, and kindly consented Lo aid in the programme.'Mr. W. Lillib was j n puzzle to the audienc-e, thvsy could not tell whether they enjoyed his mag- nlflce nt baritone solos; or his enter- taining fonts of ventriloquism tine most. Hutchinson and Lein hart vach In turn brought tho house down. The former, however, is like- ly to get Into trouble with tbe ladies, [several of whom afffrm that Ihe "Old Maids" are not hankering afler the "Old Hfichelors" as earnestly as bin I selection would lead one to believe. Miss Alakarish's selection 'way also very enjoyable. The contestants for the silver nied- a] were listened to with the most ap- preciative attention, and each one iu turn was heartily applauded. The decision of the judges, Mrs. P. Cole- man, of Whitla; Mfas N'. Wagslaff, of Medicine lint, and Miaa AdnniR, in awarding the medal to Miss M. Lyon was popularly 'approved 'of, though 'ev- ery one agreed that the contest was a close one, the majority of Ihe con- testants displaying talent of a high order. Miss Anna Stevens pluckily took her part In the programme, al- though she wnfl unwell nt the time. Mr. Hutchinson presented the medal to the winner, and while ribbon en- amelled stick pins to the other con- The progmmmi! was got up by Miss M. A. Carson, superintendent L. T. L., and Mrs. J. A. Lsfnhart, general nee- reUry ot the W. C. T. U., of Whitla. The labors of these two ladies in pr-a- (success, and there paring the programme, and in so tast- ily -decorating the hall being'well Paid by the satisfaction of having p vided what all agree to hava baen the best concert ever held in the niunity. A hearty vote of thanks was extended by the audience to nil who took part in thy programme, and to Mr. Lyori for tho loan of his piano. The contejtanU; were Miss Mabel Lyons, Miss Anna Stevens, Miss Flor- ence Nelson, Miss Blanche Olson, Mr. Clyde Hamblin, Mr. Urban Leinhart. ROSEMEAD TITBITS W-a are glad to see Walter Knight back with us once more, aft'ar a months' confinement, in the Gait Hos- pital, at Lethbrltlge, with typhoid fe- ver. Mr. aix! Mrs. Sawdon visited Mrs. Archanrbois on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wiest were Roac- -aad visitors on Sunday, tho 27th. Messrs. Tainter and Kwing, of Ta- r were canvassing this neighbor- hood in their car last week, soliciting votes for reciprocity. They report, this locality strongly in favor of th-s agreement. Henry Charter and family -spDiit Sunday evening at George School opened in the Gold Coin school house last Tuesday morning, with Edward Lowe, of Vetwood, as teacher. The picnic held nt Kasimlr on La- bor Day. under th'3 management of the Farmers' Union, was a decided !H> Pan-German 'Lengue has pror ested vig-orously Germany's acceptance of territorial indemnity in ich Congo and demanded, that ne- got of tlvo proposed Mproccan settlement bo abandoned. In ;L collision last Sunday.- night on Ihe Canadian Northern near 'Em- erson, Gentry Brothers circus train was partially wrecked. Thre'o -Jhow hoi'E-os were killed and an -elephant's leg was broken. FOR SICK HEADACHE, SOUR STOMACH, LAZY LIVER OR SLUGGISH BOWELS Turn the rasrals headache, the bfHosisnesp, the indigestion, the sick, sour stomach urn! foul them o.ut tonight nnd keen them out with Cnscarets. Millions of men and women take- a Cascwrot now and then and never know Ihe misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upset stomach Don't put in another day of distress. Lot discards cleanse and regulate your stomach; remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and !that! scry-making take the excess bile from your liver and carry off the de- composed waste matter and poison from the intestines and bowels. Then-you will fee! great. A C.'iBoaret tonight will straighten you out by 10-cent box means a clear head and cheerfulness for months. Don't forget the children little ittsicles need a good, gentle cleansing, too. KOUIJtTE STOMACH, LIVED WS11600D-HWF.R OitSW.-KF.fj. was a large crowd in attendance in.spite of the disagrsG- nbte weather. After sports, and a speech on reciprocity by Mr. Gra- ham, of Wheat Centre, a fine supper was served, tiifs 'being followed1 by. a splendid programme in which tho C'hildp3n took a most prominent part. Mr. Hooper is to he congratulated upon his, training and drilling of the children, which was excellent. Richard Hemphill made a trip to Loth bridge, on business, the rirgt of the week. F. Arcbarnboi-3 is breaking for. E. M. Orr this we.sk; Threshing has bsen delayed hy our three-days' rain of tlie first of the iveek, .How-evor, the weather is once more fair, and in a few days the hum of threshers' will be heard through- out the locality. Russell SsM-don has returned to Jrooks, to -be.gone until the first of. Vovember, wh-an he will return to he homenlead.