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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiie Pally Herald, Tliursday, September tf E ON YOUR BILL have anticipated the needs of users, and have'stocked up with the choicest assortment of select lumber and building materials ever offered in this section. Our prices are absolutely right, and no matter what you want, one piece or a complete hquse or barn bill, let us figure it for you Street fhl Phone 753 CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 N. Tafcer Bow Island- if ilk Biirir: High Rivet, Claresholm Nanton, Granum Canaaaiax Klpp Jet. BtueUey Company Dealers -jin All Kinds 'ojt 'Carloads shipped at. once. on, receipt' 'oT-order..' irGet- -Qur Grain, Stock, Eta sold on .either by pri- vate "treaty "or 'public auction. WAREHOUSE SALES YD. SMITH ST., Rear "'of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 Office Round St. St. N. B., Hazzard, P.E.L; and Pre- i'mi'er McLean, Nova -drriveii 'hero coclerecctu 'with Premier lo-see if any- thing, cpul.d .be. tho decrease of rcprcsi'nlation" of the.Mar-La frtiit "grower, on the Columbia-silver, Provinces, in-the: Sedeiai' par-Kvi.0 been nominated to represent being Jcarcd .they .will the district, ia Chelan Countv. CANDIDATE Ifaos. H. Atkinson Has Had Many Experiences Spokane, Wash., Sept. is about .Thomas H. Atkis- sbn5i veteran of the famous- .Gordon Keiief- Expedition fo .The-Qffice Is Now On Opposite -rvTethodist1 Church" .'.-praying done OH .short aotlce according- tb; the .next, cen- sus. P.. undefstands entered "under an agi'eenicnt. that; representation" should never "be ''less than six, but Xova Scotia', New can offerVo'sudi cla'ihi. she her .Wash., -In- the, state legislature. of Washington. He is a progressive republican, and has pronounced .views i on legislative matters, among' others a revision of the cultural "laws to benefit tht grower land -consumer alike. .V Atkinson "was born of Scotch-Irish; [parents, and was.raised in tbe-'home- of_ a' Methodist minister in Western Ontario. He was educated at! the schools Ont, and later- The death of his' made'vit necessary for the boy to" shift for himself, and-at seventeen years of age he began work in the Phoenix I hat an-d, .f ur store, at Toronto. When. Sullivan's comic operas. were in vogue, Mr. Atkinson in, the leading play houses ol, Canada- with the New York comic opera- com-, p'any, He .was. also identified...'with musical organizations of Toronto, and great praise for .his -j tion ol solo parts in the "The Hymn one of the .finest hotels in' the .prov- ince. "-It contains; -sixty-four ien.ced, quite a 'building, r-bocm. this sijmmer., The. ...has' erected, ifwenty citizens have erected; many ,-n -2 i splendidly.. for aud "The Messiah.'' While at Winnipeg.. Man.; in- Mr. Atkinson was one of the first to He the display we offer 1 your inspeotion and selection. Toil-; will not -find, a single ar- tide in "the entire store which does not 'bear the hall mark of '...-Quality. 'If you make a je-vrelry bought here you, -never, have cause to" ;be ashamed of it. We'in- -'vJte you -to. us a visit you" are not thinking "of this. time. Round St S.O.E. DENOUNCE FATHER VAUGHAN A Vigorous Reply Made To 'peditibl1' then The -town -presents- -a much improv- Relief of Khartoun. ed appearance as nearly every" -build- -was imprisoned- by; h'a's- fresh On this expedition he came in- -close ?OSce next Arcade KILLED THE GREATEST STATION WORLD When terminal of the New York Central Railroad- irili hare been brought :toi.completion eighteen months from -will be the great- est "station that eyer. a-train raft .Into. ia way one ..of'the architectural, of the "world, Its.mere size enough to make it worthy of universal attention; as., it will be' large as built or. to-'.be built. And besides" this, it is a great- triumph of architectural, genius '-'and engineering skill. more than, five years an. army has -work and with -and and destined" tpf-isftuadrons of steam shovels" -widening- and deepening the Tie District Council. ol; fte of land, of, lodges la ihe .WinS-c -.Westmoant jpdge last j .forjnal against statements' of -Father, Bernard; Vaugh- i an, Monument National on Tueiday iftBt; test -wiV ;ettboiled. In a "motion Intro- duced Barter, president of the and was car- ried mjinimotaly. ;aiaid a great out- tourst of appIatiiWj'ljy a standing The motion. -vyiai ai.jtoHowg: Council" of the Montreal of .the opinion -ttoit'r'the1 language of Father Bernard Vaughan-.jii ".library anfl baths-1 committee have endorsed' petition for the erec- .tion of.-public baths, costing fifty thousand "dollars. This insures the adoption the scheme. g a Full Line of, and Tobaccos SOE WOO CHANG CO. Baroness Road Beside Ar- Itngton Hotel St. Sept. Stepping out of'-liie4 '.way' of on the bridge overjTVenty Mile only to be .by a" fast express, James and Jaraes Norwood Wetland1 met death this their bodies -be- ing thrown by the- express" up' against the freight.- ftouch witii Lord Wolsley, Lord Char- les Beres'ford, Lord gener- al Wauchope, -Colonel -and whc were''then not- ed in Mr; frequently "called upon by al and Ms staff, sitting a freight Of the evening, to give a.tlittle'-cheer ile Creek to the hard and ing ballads, and sketches ular operas' of the day, On returning to London, kinson and his companions- were' treated with "every courtesy.! were commanded to appear" before of Stamford. Queen I lions. I1 Victoria to receive decora- Unfortunately, the should "be" lost .when jfore this "interesting occasion, was.-to a-, child. 'Shoves symptoms'.- of croup, [take placer-Colonel Remedy given' ss I Atkinson's soon, as "'the result even after; the-croppy .coTJg.b. appears j was tt prevent 'the "by.-ail t deliver the -old terminal. The, greater ;part..of this, work is now done. Nearly-.three- fourths of the wonderful, two-storied system- of covering, seventy acres -below the-.street-level are in op- eration. On the; avenue side some of the group of massive .ter- minal temporary, sta- the general offices of the railroad companies. and the branch post off-ice occupied and in active use. The old: Grand Central Station- that has been- familiar to nearly' two generat- ions' of travellers is being dsmolished. and already the main building of the magnificent terminal that is to occu: site has begun to shoot upward. Some'idea of the size of ;this-great depot can be gained from the fact that- it co.vers a space of about twenty city The waiting .pas- sengers will alone-cover an area of than and a half acres." There to two "waiting rooms, one the Khedive of Egypt, was j delivered by .proxy through dne'of "the secretaries. When leaving his v i friends. General Wauchope, who'-dater any of our customers liow they like our '-.rTiaWBest mea! for tke worlting man at the "least possible cost" f' Tooins and quick service Pro. ik. and the it is delivered "The best yet" one man told us. A card will bring a prompt res- ponse Columbia. the Queen's decoration passengers, and one for those going more distant points. These rooms are places of rest in- a real sense of the word, and are to be apart from the hurrying crowds of, 'travellers who will pour into the great concourse. Of: these, the out- bound concourse will -hold fifteen thousand people, while tbe concourse for inbound passengers will hold eight thousand. Adding to this the five thousand people who can find accom- modation in the waiting rooms, it -win be ".seen that almost thirty thousand people can gather in the great sta- tion without crowding-k. .those who like figures the fcl- lowieg statistics will be of interest. Two miles of streets been closed to traffic for many will be opened. The old terminal had a total area of twenty-three acres; that of the new terminal will be seventy acres, or an increase of about 'two hundred per cent. was cut to pieces leading the- High- land brigade in South Africa, gave Mr. Atkinson a watch and chain, say-' jmg: "Whenever you look into -the i face of this watch, remember.1-that of I your old Highland chief." j Returning to Winnipeg, SVir. lit- Kinson became land agent 'for the firm of Biggs-Dawson Cu-rrie, re- maining until the fall of 1SS7, when he removed to the United" -States, j where he has had an" active -life... He had" two reasons for coming'to Washington. One was to pass a i'ew years in seclusion, to I get -acquainted with -his j coming to tills country he-.has" had i several flattering offers to engage in j business, tout he has chosen ,to re- main on his little fruit ranch '-.on the WOMEN WERE HEAVILY FINED i FOR SELLING LIQUOR Box 1867 Leth bridge a flagrant Moan- meat National; 'u Jar cofe cemed Bro testing' and Protest- ant faith, aSmaive and it by: the city of and a condition riot imbnjf citltenB. v ''Thi.t nhOTild" lje restated strong- ly and every member of that of this resolu- tion he forwarded .to Father Beraard 'the.: Protestant Alliance, of 'Great Britain, and to the English press of Montreal.'- The" motion 'hy Past District: Deputy "-Brqther George Hay- A "Wicked Slander 'District Deputy' Supreme President Bfo. Joseph was in the chair, and entire .approval- of thought declared, that he right and proper that thV council should take thig'. -opinion --the that ;Ii? 'his -opinion --the expression of Protestantism was., religion, was a irtck- ed slaiider, -iind-'M-such should be cor- rected on every-'posslble side. What; he aslced; sort of a- return was thie, ab language Tor the protection ac- corded -the Roman Catholic church by the !Protestant British government. The Romau 'Catholi-cs, Mr. (Jawnc continued, much to .thank the Protestants of, Montreal for in con- nection- with this very congress.- Who was had 'headed tion .list "'for the -congress, with a gift of A; Protestant. Who had thrown; open :his residence, one of the finest; in Montreal, and placed his servants and "possessions at the -com- mand ;of- the visiting prelates? A Protestant Who paid the largest per capita .taxation into the city treasury out-' of "which -funds were voted to wel- come and entertain the visiting Cath- olic's? The Brotestants. Who" owned many millions'- worth of property "in the -cily upon which not one .cent- of taxes: is ever paid? The Roman said Mr. Gawne. A Storm of Protest .In return for- these things, the Pro-. testant MontrealerS' find their relig- ion .their mocked, and their most sacr-efi .feelings held up to ridicule by a prominent visiting cleric. Mr. G-awne said that he hoped 'that such a- storm. protest would be aroused 'by tMa unwarranted and un- called for attack upon Protestantism that it- woulfi coikTiace "Father Vaughm ''that ai ftosa a state of iuspended animation pre- ceding tha Protest- ant church was 'more than ever vigor- Be Step the pangs vonying about vhat you dare and elate licit eat. Eat hearty meals of whclcsome food, take DYSPEPSIA Sour; oqcisional chronic. all yield: qiiicldyr to NA-DRU-GQ7 Tablets. The properly digested lopd' restores striiigthrjyour "and soon recfulres DO farther; aid; 5pc, vv OKCANADA 7; Henry of at Methodist Generii' Bat .if Will 'me in- dulgence for two: or of It thlngi for mak- ing and bbMilaf of a'treftt QO- tlon were here at .your'. "'Toti hare .virgin soil, miUtons -of acres it, rich in Teleinenta which .nature has been." you.'have.; MUSKY DRAGS MAN FROM WIFE KILLS Enormous Fish: as 'About to-Use Gaff--Battle Contln-- uts In! Water til1 Woman Wis.T Septr pounds, .and. JacMrig f our-i in lengthy inilleds Howard- a Milwaukee to..the lake .before being captured-'Uxs. Kennedy.; fired'-four shots at they-flail with a deer rifle'before let in a vital spot 'f The fish was hooied between Minocdua and BhinelandMjf in the -woods south of herd, -where-the Laura.Jiahing- cluh camp. The Milwaukee wife were .fishing -when Kennedy fo% the strike and reeled: in his priae un-- til he was almost to gatf reached out -vrttb. his" gaff hooTt gav-e a-.lunge and Kennedy; waa in the. lake! His wife to -oatch the 'painter of the boat, and he Jiujig to the fish Kennedy used the rifle. The old terminal had a capacity of ous and militant, one quick to resent 366 cars; the capacity of the new will i insult and to indignantly deny false be cars. abuse. Eighty-five new termi ong on the, street level. 300 and 105 feet high. Below level it will be 745 feet long, yide and 45 feet deep. ive thousand tons of steel ed in the construction of the inal. .n concourse will be VANNUTELL! RAISED HIS KAT TO METHODIST CHURCH Montreal, Sept. 14. The Herald says: Pedestrians walking along St. Catherine street west yesterday afternoon, when' Lord Strath-cona's ov f'.fi ivlinal "VarmnteUi j Frank, Sept. mau ..named Thompson, who hails from Bellevue, was yesterday committed -for. trial on the charge of stealing ?40. from, one of ihQ painted ladle's of- this district i He was taken to the barracks at Mac- jleod by Corpo'ral Jones and' -will-'there j !await histriaL i Seven of the women- of the' re- '120 feet -sride, and 100. feet high. It j drove along, We're-somewhat surpris- j jstricted district .were-fined and (connects only with outbound -trains. Jed to see 'the" venerable prelate, 'as {costs each liquor without, la license. 'License Inspector Riidd o j Edmonton was the prosecutor. DON'T WANT-TO FEDERATE to servd t'lie'tastiest theii the most-moderate prloes-r-A trial, c _ ORDERS A SPECIALTY, ALL WHITE HELP. WE AfM TO PLEASE. arriving concourse will be on the i r.he carriage arrived opposite the St. easterly side of the building. the-Annual I i meeting of the -Winnipeg Grain Ex- this afternoon, A., Ihclm- was elected Donald Morrison, vice-president, N4 i Bell re-eiected secretary-treasurer. JThe council- announced -the establish- ing of a terminal warehouse receipts i registration office by the exchange. ;The report wss fcotabio for !laration of the objection of the ex- 1 change lo affiliation with t.he TTtnted States Federation .of Grain Exchanges. THE ALEXANDRA BARBER'SHOP .Rear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel Hteh Class Work. Everything on the Patronage Solicited. FRANK THOMAS Proprietor. i James Methodist -church, gently raise. 'his hat-, as-is custom among strict1 Catholics houses of wor- ship of fiaitti. Some- of- those who saw the grace-, jful act" were "disposed to ask whether j jthe Cardinal had-.not (been mistaken' in. the character of the edifice, but accepted'-it :as an act of relpecr. and tolerance a religion nori his own.- Even if Yoe Could "Worry Along" Common ShbuM You There Is the It Has no equal... .There can be no "just as un- til perfection meets its niatcb. T-he perfect results of careful- culinary true delights of fine'cooking are wiovva only to-the users- of the v ever bought a "Happy Thought" but was-'de- "positive" fact. Here's the reason: No other range''on "single point of advantage or real utility, that is not embodied in the ''Happy while range includes original features that caa be found nowhere; "else.. Write for our free book. Buck Stove Co., Ltd., Bra-Afford. HARDWARE STORE INSIDE Kansas City, Sept. today pieces of hardware in insane woman's siomacb. j eluded in th> list were 100 safety; 'pins and a aifcring of beads, j, FOR ;