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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta September 17, 1013 THE IRANBROOK IS COMING STRONG Cranbrook is coming to the Dry 'Burning Congress, and "they are going -make themselvea traard. At a re- meeting of the Board of Trade ittiiBre It was decided to get up an auto- )i mobile party with 20 machines to '.jtlriyo' from Cranbrooh: to the eipoti- i; tlpn to-rcharter a special train )to2oarry tho remainder of tlio deloga- aik the city council to arrange a civic holiday 90 that iiilght take advantage ot tbe ipecial the CongresE for a day, and kflked that everyone.come to a The .Cranbrootc building 'will be 011 e of the .features of the Con- gress apd -their exhibit will be differ- anything in that line ever seen ctty. Cranbrook bolieves tbat the Congreas is going to offer them a good opportunity to make their city known to the world and they in-tend make the-most of It. STAFFORDVILLE WANTS THE CARS A'HAIF MILE EXTENSION WOULD SERVE MANY AND INCREASE REVENUE Editor Lethbridge Herald: The ;Lethbridge Municipal railway fliup now runs north along 13th St., fis far as 9th Avenue North, which have continued west along: half mile or as fur as- 12th St; 'Street.) This would have enabled Che Stafford to go and come on tho cars. .Now, an i! is, they have to walk half a mile before getting' a ear. As It is only three-quarters oE a mile to1-the overhead bridge, oil 9th St. thn people of Stafford prefer walking tho three-quarters of a mile than walk laU a mile to catch a car. Most of-the-miners working at No.- und No. 3 reside at Stafford and jrnost of their financial business has to be transacted in Lethbridge, such. ,4s mo-aey orders, pay checks, etc.. ['which compels them to go to the city. Now if the street cars were running in 9th avenue north, as far as the G apur, then tho street railway department would double the business fjBone in North Lethbridge. As the ratepayers of Stafford sent In a petition once, salting for the cars to nvn on 9th avenue north, and on to street north; but as they were un- iware of the city limits at that time ind now the city limla esend as far along 9th Ave. north, as King .treeU.'CXtth St.) 'they see no reason i-hy the street car line couldn't be from .the comer vjf 13th .treet and 9th avenue north, to King treet or No. (j spur. The above mentioned petition was urneii down on the grounds that the tafford people had no say in the ireet car extensions, but. it may be ;rue that they haven't any say, but as he majority of the Stafford people '.re also ratepayers of the city of Leth- ridgo and also have votes on the uiiniclpal elections, but still perhaps "ley have no say yet. .What we want Is transportation and hat the street railway wants is a venue and this is one step towards ,e transportation and one towards he revenue for the Lethbridge Mnni- railway. It seems aome people are naturally selfish that they rather see the reet railway lose motley tlmn to ex- the line to Stafford to accom- date the villages which would bring ti a 'large revenue from that district. Before the C. P. R. machine shops, ml elevators, flour, mills, sash and _oor factories and other industries :hal have been' established in recent -ours, it was the miners that tho hole city had to depend on-and a A. K. I. railroad men, and now ince the above mentioned industries lave come into existence poor Staf- rord has been cast aside aa big "I" little "you." A RATEPAYER. The Brown Betty Tea Room ;Open 11 a.m. to 6 p. m. Business Men's Lunch At 40 cents, from 12 to 2 p.m. i Corner Third Avenue, and Fifth Street, MILADI EDITED "INQ" My Mends, have you heard of the, town ot Yawn, On the bunks of the Hiver Sluw, Where bloBBOins tho Wai'.awh'Je flow-; or fair, tho Someuhntorotlior scents: tho And the soft Ooeaiiy (iroiv? It lies In the valley oi Whatsthouse, hi the province af Letitalide, That tired- fooling is native It's tlia name of ih'e llstlesri Idon't care Where tho PutiloftV nblde. Mr. Arthur who been out with a, aun'ey party, has relum- ed .liomc. Mrs. 3. who has been ill for some days, is programing fav- orably. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McLelland, 'Miss Elaine Conyhearo, Mr. George ROBS and Mr. W4lliice form a motor party, who iftft today to spend ft few acation at Medicine Hftt and the Wal- lace ranch. Mcftae, who has been on an extended visit in the eait, is expect- ed home the last, of the weelt. Mrs. Hlndson, of Neenawa, who has been visiting at the coaat for three months, is a gueet.with Mrs. J. B. Murray ea route home. Mw. T, B. Nettle left this afternoon for Macleod to spend the week with Mrs. Proud. Mras Neale will for Mncleod 'tomorrow. j" -Mr. C. 3. Reeve '.or Lew, Angeles, who has been visiting in" the east, leftveB tonight for his home 'after a short TiBit with Ulra. T. B. Neaie. Peart, of Hamilton, who has been a house guest for sonie time with Mis. George Sixth Avenue, left today to spend a few days with friends in Mncleod, after which ahe "Mil again visit with "Mrs. Wheleu. S. :.T. gtieplierc! returned oil 'Saturday a visit in Cal- gary, accompanied fa'y Mr. Shepherd'B sister, Mrs. U. H. Bentlcy, and daugh- ter, M-ygaret, of Sarnla, Ont., who will thefr house guests for a time. marraiye is announced of Miss Willa Stoiit, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. William Stout, Lo Mr. Erueat Josiah Everet-Minett. The weddiug was ,celebrated In St. BrahtlprdV Ont, on Thursday.' Septem- ber 12th. The bride was formerly, a member of the public school staff at Macleod and also at Edmonton, and Has a number of. friends in Lethbridge having visited here during her stay ia the west. A pretty little birthday party took place on Saturday at the residence of Mrs. Tuckwell on Sixth Street South, In honor of Sydney's birthday. There were sixteen little friends present. After an enjoyable strfeet car ride the guests sat down to a splendid repast, the room being prettily decorated with flowers. After tea. songs and games were in order. The guest of honor was the recipient of many presents. Col., the Hon. Sam and Mrs. Hughea announce the engagement of their1 daughter Roby to Mr. Byron Malcolm Green, of the Bank of tMontreal, New Yorli. The marriage will take place at Lindsay ea October 19th. Mrs. Campbell, wife of Han. Colin H. Campbell, K. C., who is now in Victoria, will make quite an exten- sive tour of tho West at the request of the National Chapter of Canada, Imperial Order of Daughters of Em- pire. She will visit Vancouver, Cal- gary, Edmonton, Battleford, Prince Albert, Retina. Saskatoon, Moose Jaw and Medicine Hat, where she will meet members of the Order. At these pla- ces ahe will lend what help she can in order that there vvill be an early orgd-nization of provincial She will also carry greetings from the Winnipeg chapter and extend in- vitations to tho thirteenth annual meeting of the National Chaper of Canada, which will meet in Winnipeg, in May, 3912. Westminster church was crowded last night aa the occasion of the re- ception tendered the new pastor and his wife, Rev. Joseph and Mrs. Woods- j worth. It was a whole hearted wel-j como and Mr. Wobdsworth can tainly start work assured of the good Wishes of his people and indeed many others, for greetings were extended from sister churches and the new worker given assurance that brother ministers welcomed hin; to the city. The gathering was organized by that indefatigable organization, the Ladies' Aid society, and well i plished its end In so far as sociability fa concerned. Mr. W. P. J. Alexan- der presided and in felicitous terms In- troduced those taking part in the pro- gram. Addresses of welcome wore given by Miss Duller, representing' the Epworth League; Mrs. Burgman, the Ladles' Aid society; Mrs. Alexander, the Woman's Missionary society, and T. W. Quayle tbe Sunday school. Fraternal greetings were extended by TlftV. Mr. MrKinnon of the Fifth Avenue N., Baptist church; Rev. A, C. Watson of the First Baptist church and Rev. A. 0. Cameron of Knox church. The visiting brethren were cordial Ju their welcome and their presence was much appreciated by the new minister of WeMmlnBter. Rev.-Mr. Woodnwortli made appro- priate reply and expretaod the grati- tude of Airs. Woods worth and himself for tho kindly welcome extended. The speeches were 1 literupurtwii with songs by Mr. Stott, who to a Binder of more than ordinary merit, and with a recitation by Minn L. SI in me, which was humorou-3 in quality and was pres- ented in a very clever way. Refreshments were served and full opportunity given for every to meet thoir new pastor. "Good to eat" doesn't begin to describe Page I Cluba and Societies Members are requested to remem- ber the Young People's Choral re> hearsal tonight.at 8 o'clok. Tbe largo number who attended the social gathering at tbe Woaloy Ep- wortli league laet night spent'a; very enjoyable time. MIHS Diser and Mr. Tooinbs were in charge. Readings by Mr. W. S. Patterson and. a 30lo by Mr. Rhynd Jamiesoii were much Ap- preciated, i Two guessing contests proved in- teresting diversions, and the serving of light refreshments concludett a pleasant evening. The Westminster Guild ot Kiiox church held its initial meeting of the season last night, when the follow- ing bttleei'S were elected Honorary A. G. Cam- eron. T. CV-RlduaUi. 1st M J Gibson 2nd Miss Waterman. J. W. Robertson, J. Campbell. M. Lafferty, Convener of social Miss Tilney. Convener of devotional committee, Mr. A. Held. Convener of educational Mr. J.' E. Hodgson. Convener of committee Mrs. A. T. Irving. v Convener oE musical committee, Mies Convener of reception committee, Miss M. McKeuzie. Convener of visiting, committee, MIBS G. Hardy. Convener of Invitation committee, Mr. R. U Sutherland. r Phinist, Miss G. !ves. AfisfEt. pianist, Mitts Bbuuell. The enthusiasm displayed at last night's meeting augurs well for the winter work of the society. indignantly, "He 'won't get his [Ml set; thai he 1 may.'say the man in ques- tion'got hlfii breakfast, anil 1 scarcely know which .took the. palm for ruder nessY-thc indignant lady or the hasty However, when we finally got plac-. c's at b'renkfast, I found myself seat- ed next" outspoken lady..' .We were scarcely.seated, when she. said; "Waiter., me another glass water, this glass is dirty." few minutes later she commanded, "Bring i mil- a clean bread and butter plate" was a Httle touch oi egg 'on the under had evidently got there just as the waiter was j bringing our Still later, "Waiter, lake away these rolls, they are stale, and bring and butter. in each" of iIieKe what she said so much as the tone, in which she said it: Her tone was brusque, and she evi- dently considered that a waiter was a human being.entirely incapable; ot feeling. i When T returned to the observation car, a lady, who had been sitting op- j posite us at breakfast, while the above tableau at words was being played, .said to me, '-'Wasn't it dread- ful Didn't von feel sorry for the waiter I1 "No, I uidn'.t feel sorry fob the waiter, I felt sprry for the lady. She lacked courtesy, the first mark of ii.lady, and no doubt the waiter would nQt he bothered much by her remarks too, what kind -people-, one meets There, arc -the kindly ones, who lend magazines, etc., and in countless little brighten what might oihervTiSO rr a mur- With the Editor James T. Fields says How sweet anil gracious even in com- mon speech, IK that fine sense, which men call courtesy Wholesome as air and genial as tie light, Welcbmc in every clime as breath of It transmutes aliens into trusting friends, Ami gives its owner passport round the globe. Travel gives immense scope for the study of human nature. One comes in- to contact Tvifch 'mnn and women of every country and generally speaking their characters and dispositions, as they appear to the chance observer, arc quite as varic.i and different as the countries, which they individually claim as home. To what poor advantage some char- acters show up in even a trivial ac- quaintance Ot course, there is al- ways the chance that could one real- ly know these characters, they would be Fully appreciated. Hather a pity though, isn't it, tli.it the apology, 'You have to know her to like is so often necessary On my relurn trip from the cast this summei I, with others, had ono morning to wait my turn to get into the tiiuer for breakfast. As .several oi us stood waiting, an elderly man brushed past us into tlm diner. It was a rude to do, but to- his credit let me say that I bftlicyc he thought tho four ladies in'one party (which vo really and thai there n.'ight be one va- cant place though there were not [our A lady standing on my leit remark- lor some travellei J I noticed a gentleman evwcnth a stiangei, go up to i 1 idt whose babV, a bright wee'boi, was getting a little fretful-and "offer to He kept the child and amiibcri "him for some little time guing the mother a ley jnoicents' Vnothei thing, under my notice, was the kind act of a young girl, who had taken the pre- caution to engage a berth. She had, lower.six, yet she cheerfully exchang- ed with an elderiy woman, Tsho had upper eight, in order that tho latter might be more comfortably located. These arc all in themselves very little things, yet are they not, to some at teasl, the measure uf the-" man or the woman INO. A Snappy Special for Wednesday In Hall and Stair Carpets Here is an opportunity for every economical house- wife to re-carpet the hail and stairs at a big saving If you are ready to make your plans for .Kail now, it. will pay you In do for readiness to take advantage of such opportunities as tliese means inuoli to one's pocket book then; ip no time for hesit- ation for carpets wore never so cheap. The selection that we are offering' is of (.he hesl hard wearing Brussels and Heavy Axminster in a large variety oi patterns in con- .ventional and Persian designs of red, brown find green effects. The prices of these carpets are floored. So will the carpels be if you once look over these specials. Brussels Carpet, a good hard wearing quality. Regular value to ?1.75. SPECIAL, f> f OC Per Yard 9 I Per Axmineter first-class and, good heavy Regular ?2 25 SPECIAL On Thursday morning will commence the great- est Ten Day Shoe Sale in the history of the city. A Stupendous Sale of Salvage Stock. Read Wednesday's Herald for .full particulars HUDSON'S BAY COMFNY CR1STABEL IN A FIGHTING MOOD Suffragist Leader Safe in Paris Tells How She Fooled Police LOCAL TALENT OF HIGH MERIT WILL PLAY "BILL-IE TAYLOR" FOR DRY-FARMING CON- GRESS WEEK When the local manag-ament com- mittee of the International Dry-Farm- ing Congress entered into a contract with Manager Sherman, of the Ma- jestic Theatre, for the hire of his building, they bad hot anticipated the advent of the spacious auditorium that is now under construction, and which -will serve rheir .purpose for the evening m'asa meetings much bet- ter than the theatre could have done. In order that their contract with Manager Sherman may not be ft los- ing one. they have arranged with the committee of the Lethbridge Amateur Operatic. Society to rcpcct the per- formance of "Blllw which was so splendidly received when play- ed before some two years ago. The officials on behalf of the enler- tainm-aut committee of the Congress, has promised to boost tho perform- ance and to advertise it in the offi- cial programme, and there is every roaflon to believe ihav. the production will he .1 huge success, and quite a feature of the week." A rehear- sal is called for Wednesday evening next at S o'clock whpn everyone in- Wrested in music Is heartily invited to attend. The commkroe of the club hope to gee a biff turn out on Wednesday ev- ening. again since the groat'manifestation in March. The won'en are joining in greater numbers and aie for kind'of We shall con- tinue our present methods until compel the government to a bill granting us the suffrage. "They have promises winch were quite worthless Tliex pretend to he impartial, yet they constantly intrigue against us ami undermine, our chtinces with the memliers-of parlia- ment. Vote the Only Solution "The situation is serious, for the women will never surrender.> The only, solution is to give us the vote. ,Pos-' sihly the Liberal government will not- last long enough to do so, hut with the Tories we could not .fare'any worse than we have been doing. .They fitst tlmo lhat the Toncb have adoPlel1 a llber'11 Paris, .Sept. 16. Tiiiss Cristahel Pankhulst, for whom the London po- licfc have been looking ever since the- misni big window smashing crusade by the j suffragettes in that citv in March, i nave a and who vesterdav revealed herself] "Whatever happens, howler, for the first time since she disappear- j fiSllfc untl1 our fuse lb ffc cd, today outlined her future plans. 1 are a11 on ]t' lfc 1S Miss .Pankhurst is stopping at alatinS our lvnmon nni1 keepmg them strong and healthy. My mother was 1 a very ill woman until recently, hut now she is in perfect health. As for quaint little hotel in the Apache dis- trict. She is radiantly healthy, as a result of rest and outdoor life. She is wearing the latest French fashions. 1 Miss Pankhurst found it easy to avoid the police. Her mother, afrs. Eimneline Pankhurst, the sufiraeette leader, visited her at her retreat. "I came to Paris a few days ago." she said. "Before that 1 had living on the French prefer not to say Icoiild see old England on clear days. I received visits from my mother constantly and kept in close touch with the suf- frage movement, sending unsigned; weekly letters to our paper. I now myself, I I am not exactly fragile, am DIED ON WAY TO TBE HOSPITAL movement, but have not any definite plans. Went to Paris First "It lias not been difficult to avoid Silver Spoons Knives, forks snd serving pieces, in miny exquis- ite designs, are stamped This brand is knoTvn as "Siltorf tote that Wears1 .indumadcinthcheiiviest grade of plate. Satis- faction U guarnntced. Sold by Deal GREATEST GRAIN SHIPMENTS RECORDED Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. teen million ouahels of grain received In thirteen business days in Minnea- polis, the crop movement which shattered all records, at'tor the Tail- roads reported in cars of grain today. The sustained movement of a million bushels a day on av- erage makes thR figures greater than was ever totalled so soon after bcslnning: ot the new crop year. Tho death occurred In tht- city last evening of "Dan" McDonald, of Car- niangay, aged 59 years aft-ar a some- what sudden illness. Old as he was familiarly known among; the railroad men and construction gangs Intend to remain quietly here and ccn-i at the varlous 'irrigation works tinue my I do not expect lo through Southern Alberta, had a. re- take part in the French putation as a and everywhere he went the -boys did jiot forget lo recognize his excellent, catering. was liked by everyone, and his death comes at- a great surprise to his many friends. Yesterday after- nrren. The night after the warrant nootli _Martm of Carrnangay, for my arrest was issued r tool: a j jn charge of the irrigation work near boat across the channel. 1 was not j that place found "Dan" ill in camp, disguised except that 1 diii nofc varJand immediately brought him here to the green costume and motor veil j the Gait Hospital, but the "temiliar which is the uniform of our union. 11 old. and -kind-hearted, cook had pass- came to Paris first, and stopped hore J ei1 sreat beyond before en- -several weeks when T went, to the i tne hospital. The -deceased la French coast. People who saw and 1 survived his mother, Mrs..Ann Me- knew me did not make the fact pub- Donald Md two daugh. land, America, and everywhere wh? Uyc In Vancouver. The where T was. funeral arrangements have not yet have made a careiul invcstipa-' Deeil made. lion before announcing my where- _ _. _.ir ahouts and find the British govern- ment cannot touch me here, as the cf- iensfMvith which T am charged is not one for which I can be extradited. HE WAS A GLUTTON Anyway, England, which has shielded so many political refugees, would he in an absurd position if it interfeved with France's right lo do llic SAIHC. Says Oau.sc Is Flourishing "The votes for women movement was never iti a n.orr con- dition. It seems to have hern >.ocn Vancouver, Sept. Mafia- eve, a Russian, met hia Jonah day on Friday, September 13. had been an inmate of tho Po'well River hospi- tal, suffering from a fever. Hiirly Friday he hml boon discharged at1- cur- ed, anil in the eveuhig ate twenty-onp. eRfiS lo celebrate his cronvaloscenre. This proved his undoing, and he brought hero for interment REORGANIZE ON STRONGER BASK BIG MOTORS COMPANY IN RE- CEIVER'S PO'OIV'-- B'llSINESS MANAGER New York, Sept 10 United States company, one of tile largest corporations in; the country engaged in the manufacture of autor mobiles, having an. authorized capital- of of nhich is outstanding, has gone into receivership. The receivers, W. E. Strong and Robert Walker, -were appointed by .Judge Hough in an insolvency suit, brought in the Federal District court by 1he Broun Kharpe Lompanv ot Providence, H. I., in its own behalf and that of other creditors. In addition to the appointment ot the two receivers for the holding company, five of its constituent com- panies were The Alden Sampson Manufacturing cdmpanv of Detroit. The Brush Runabout company oi troit. The Columbia Motor company oi Hartford, Conn. The Dayton Motor Car company ot Dayton, 0. The Maxwell-Briscoe company ot Tarrytown, N. Y. Bad business management "is given r.s the cause of the company's fail- ure. Tho receivership is a friendly' one and it is said the company will be quickly reorganized. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful .and phompt lervlce. Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Representing Can. Pac. Railway Royal Mall Steamers. Canadian Northern Hallway Royal Mail Steamers. Allan Une Royal Mail Steam- While Star. Montreal, Quebec Boston, and New York Service. Cunard Mne, New York, and Canadian Service. Donaldson Line, to aud from Glasgow. Red Star, American line. French Line. Anchor Line. Hamburg America, Holland American. Russian American Scandinavian American And all other trans-Atlantic Steamship lines. Reduced rail fares in connec- tion Information as to arrival and departures oi boats of the various lines cheerfully given! Call'or write. S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, C.P.R. Lcthbrldge ;