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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta MADE IN CANADA the Standard Article READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY.w For making ooftenmg water, removing bid pahif; disinfecting sinks, drains and for. many othir pnrposea. A can. equals 20 SAL SODA. Ufefatfor 500 EVerfjfitre. The Lethbriflge HjbralcV September 20, J1910. COITED BY UNO PERSONAL c Globe.) Mr.- :H. T.. ifeeck .has returned from (England, and ydfs'at the 'Toronto Golf Club, where tie is- entertaining his Brother, Ju4ge. Beck, of Edmonton, who is', in on nis way -home .from- attending o the Eucharistic Con- gress i Mrs. C. P.. P.. and daugh- ter, Miss: "JElain :Eetttmed'home yes- SLftsrnoo'p. ;troni a six -months' sojourn in. Euroiee.' Miss Ethel Cdny- beare who also her mo- ther" 'her return Can- .ada, entered the Conservatory. at Music, where 'tsbe -will student Christmas. r -Last evening -flgas. a-iught of drarch events and the cdjn'gregations -of West- minster, Knox, St. Andsew's and -Wesley churches jail enjoyed- ing of the social, side of the church Me. j At" Wesley aiboat one Iran- dred and member's -ofi- the congregation guests, of. t9iQ Epworth League. The" social 'had. -been as a to Mr., and" Mrs. Perry -and as .an opportunity for the pastor.-, to talk to... Jbis people, infonn- .ally on tiie proceedings- of the gen- eral conference: During the evening s -quartette composed of Miss Diser, 'Mrs. Kaake. a-lr. Whiddington sand Mr. Vallance sang a very .acceptJatoie ..selection and instrumental rriuiribers were president.. of the -League, There is a Difference Between Promises arid Actual Re- suite Promises' won't overcome hair trou- as chairman. At .the- the evening light refreshments' were serv- ed in the club room at small tables. Mr. and and Miss Delay, left this morning and Fort -Benton-where'they wi visit for a few "days. Mrs. Hugh McNulty.-receiyed yester- day" afternoon at her iome on- Wilson street for the -first1 'time season, and welcomed a number of. visitors. The rooms were prettily, adorned Vith., trailing 'The- Harvest Festival entertainment at- Westminster church was atteiided by a large number of evening- The literary and musical given "was splendid and eyery iumber was enjoyed. Miss 'May! Mr. Hoult both gave, ehter-taining read- ings: .Miss Alice Castle ren dered violin solo, Tier accompanist was Miss Myrtle Killam. Rev. R. E. Finlay, gave, a pleising address and afterwards much., merri ment was created over, the the flowers and .vegetables-used in the .decorations, the "proceeds, amount ing to nearly Last evening in. Blnox reception was'.held by the Ladies Aid Societies ;St. "Andrew's and Knox churches, in honor W.., Bry-den ciiarmiiig -jbride vice: president -Eadites' and Mrs. McKean, (president of' St Andrew's church, received Mrs Bryden. Tihe room dec- orated .with pink and white asters and sweet peas and. during the evening a pleasant impromptu musicale was Several spirited, instrumental g: auriug sence Sn Europe .of Mrs. Conybeare antt'. daughters, have moved to the W. P. Roy home, corn-er oi London and Crabby streets; Cupid's Court At the "Banner Hill block, Saturday afternoon at 5.45 Rev. T. P. Ferry solemnized the marriage of Nor-j man Jmmes Stewart of this city, and Mrs. Eugenia Vera Lewis, of River. The attendants were Btlred and Mrs. Lulu Bliss. Mr. and Stewart -will reside in Letkbridge. The marriage of Richard E. Frase farmer southeast of Grassy .Lake, for-' .merly, a real estate agent of Olympia Washington, and Miss Nellie A. My- Olympia, Washington, WAS .celebrated In Wesley church this' morning at 10.45 by the Rev. T. P. Ferry. Mr. and Sirs! Chas. G. Paulson attended the bride and groom." Mr. is also farming near Gratsy and Mrs. Paulson, arrived ' this -city Ircm Olympia with. ;the bride on the Spokane Flyer .this morning..' Mr. and Mrsi1 Frase and Mr; and Mrs. Paulson left this after- noon for Grasiy Lake.. DAILY RECIPE Souff and slice six Put a of oranges and then, one of, sugar in a glass dish until all oranges are used. Set in. a coo} place: for an hour or two. Mate a cus- with the yolks of three eggs, 'two cups of milk, sugar to taste and a little" grated orange peel to Cook un- til tiick and smooth, then -when almost cold, pour it over the orangea. Beat the whites of the eggs stiff, mix 'in thrae tablespoons of powdered sugar and put this on the pudding. oranges- WHITLANEWS Die "The manufacturers of Newbro's {numbers .were rendered by Mrs..-Nel- Herpicide- promise, nothing: which.: "is -son, Missr Stafford and 'Miss-Simpson. 1 J ,tnot justified by an of this. preparation. desired: -end .ul- timately becomes an- accomplished iact ..This is. the reason, that Herpicide has -Jthousands of satisfied friends all over world. the scalp clean and Wealthy and, destroying the dandruff Herpicide mates beau- Hiful hair..1 Herpieide the hair falling and allcrws it to grow un- rhindered and naturally essept in ca-ses ip-f. cnronic .baldness which is incurable. 1 .One dollar .sized bottles are guaran- by. all druggists to do these things.. Send lOc in postage for sample and fbpok to .The .Herpicide Co., Dept, R., Micii. Applications obtained ai; the best shops. J. D, Higinbotham Co., special .Agents, Miss Batt pleased the guests with a sweet vocal solo and, Mr. McPherson also received an enthusiastic encore Dainty refreshments rwere then' serv- ed from the -pretty tea table .centered with "sweet peas w-hich was presided over .by Mrs. Murray and Mrs: Patch- ing. The "assistants were Miss-; and Mesdames Trew, ..Thompson, Mc- .Leod and TullocBl Mrs.. J. J. John- ston and Mrs. Smith made the delic- ious tea and coffee. Before adjourning the guests num- bering about one. hundred were thant- ecl "oy Rev. .Mr. Bry-den for the pleas- ant evening they had planned for Mrs. Bryden and himself and" said that they sho'uld indebted to tira for taking Mr. Gordon, to Galgary- to show him "how the deed- done.I? Rev. and Mrs. W. V..-McMillen and little daughter, wio >ave teea resid- ONE JSTIGHT ONLY! Keturn tiie Hit of the Season and associate players Presenting the great companion play to of the Plains" Prices 50c., 75c. and Seats on sale at Bed Cross Drug Book still 'continues very warm since the recent rains and frosts., Mr. .H. of. Lethbridge, W.hitla's townsite man, was liere the past .week looking over his hotel site in He thinks it will not be long. -before building will -begin. -Mrs.'w. M. McKenzie presented'her husband with, a "pair of twin boys on Wednesday of, last week. lie "doesn't know whether he slidutd be or commiserated with: Miss Ann Carson has 'been- suffering the past 'week with blood poisoning the hand: Dr. Patterson, of lard, is treating her. Mr.. and Mrs. R. C., living south ihad t'he-misfortune-- their three -weeks Friday last. Funeralv.service was. held "-at the honie on Sundaj-. Word was C. McDaniels at' Cooperstowh, N. that her -brother, William who is in the hospital; at Valley City; is still very low. Small, hopes are en- tertained for his complete recovery irom tie-serious operation he has-late ly undergone. C. L. Freeman and family expect to leave for Eocaester, Minn., where; Mrs. Freeman expects to. undergo .an thereby to be great- ly benefited. S. S. Richar-dson business trip to Lethbridge the past week. He reports real estates picking up in .that air ealth realize that luxuriant hair of rich, yootltful color al, wajt to their The Hair may be f olden, brown or blackout when the Hair beconea is an appearance of age; an unnatural disfigtir- and a hand leap in Bay'tt Balr Health will remote all traces of fray hair and restore it to iti I'Mitural color. Will not so'J stin WU1 not injore yoar ;Iii 'ilat a dye. Jc fir of akln.'j. Haj Spec. Co., Newark, W. J. U. Toronto, Caji. Renme ALL suitsxiTirres H fte. Bottles, at J. D. Higinbotham Co. Ltd; Alberta Drug and Book Co. TRIEtt TO MURDER WIFE SHOT HIMSELF "Medicine' Hat, Sept. Word has rust beenibr ought in irom Happyland, 80 of here, that" Otto Forigty-vaged -50, a German farmer, lastf ic.orning made an 'at- tempt murder his wife, after which his cattle and horses in- to; the 'bairn, set nr'e to- the whole .of the Suildingsi-and then shot him- Some of the young people of W-hitla- attended a dance given -by Mr. Poor, .in Ms" residence six miles south of town. The' youngsters .-re- port and Mrs.' Poor royal enter-, tainers, and a.good time 'was enjoyed by all. A splendid lunch, -was served- during the evening. Miss Lucile Pular came down from Bow Island on Friday to attend the dance at Mr., Poor's, returning home on Saturday -evening, accompanied-by li-er 'brother Warren, and E. Dalton, who at that place over- Sun-" day. his -wife have not been on. the .best of terms for some years, and-: oif, -Friday night they had a vio- lent quarrel -wiiicli resulted in Mrs. Forigt. leaving ;tht house and taking refuge Two "hours later, Forigt, brandishing a revolver.- "himself tte- house and de ihaaded'- -admittance, .'rnis -was refus- ed, and he. 'was. ordered oft' the prem- ises at: the .point of a rifle. Before leaving, he fired the whole the revolver through one ol .-tiie wiiiaows but, fortunately no one A. little later in, tiie corning the saw- "flames in the direction of Forigt'' s farm, and a party was formed, to assist' in putting out the .They arrived" there at- 5, o'clock and 'found -dead body with a bullet hole wound -in tne ana a ..rifle -lying by Ms side. THe house and buildings were .Burned to the ground' and, all stock had .been practically aliye; -Gonstaile Wells tie was notified and 'after "making an ex- t'he case to Dr. Eer, but it is unlikel an inquest 'will "be held. SUIT AGAINST COMPANY City Takes Action to Re- cover Money Paid The City of Lethbridge has com- menced suit "in "the Supreme Court againit tfcejLethbridge Woollen Cota- amd the nine directors in person for the stun of and in default of "-payment the sale of the company's In the "statement of claim it is set out that the ered the free estate, or interftist or -claim of the de- Sevan "of :.tfie" nine .directors are lo- cal men. 'Tne sliit will probably not he v" SOCIALIST MEETING PASSED .OFF QUIETLY r .ttag-denburg, Germany, Sept. The. opening here today of the So- cialistic Congress at" which thousands of; delegates had passed to expectations, quietly, Only minor questions, however, were brought up for discussion, the main issue on which the -party: js sharply divided -being left.over until tomor- row when Heir Thetl, the Socialist leader in the iCeichstag will Uke up the matter- of Socialism, members giving "their consent to the 'budget and Parliamentary representations taking part in court functions. G. McMullea and R. Davies, travel- ling salesmen, of Lethbridge, were do- ing the town one evening last week. M.r. and Mrs. E. G-. Corlette made a trip to Medicine Hat last week, .and incidentally-filed-on a valuable piece of land. E. G. likes of which not to be found around here. W. W. Smith's family arrived 'here from Landsford. N, D., and are .'be- coming nicely settled on their, line farm south of town. It is reported that the who went to Saskatchewan to thresh are still on the bench. Jake Lieaha-rt thinks he has made quite a fortune selling horses -since leaving, here.- The new school house in the.Prair- e school district south of town is well under way. The lumber is -being fur- nished by the Citizens' Lumber Co. Mrs. Helson and Flor- ence, are visitors at the Hannbliri nom-e south of town. H. Stratton, living north of UNIONS DISCIPLINE REFRACTORY MEMBERS Winnipeg. Sept. Brick- layers and Masons Union held an im- portant meeting -behind -closed doors -last night which extended to earl? morning. Although nothing was giv- .en- out, it is understood that the rea- son for-the protracted session was that tihe. delinquents in the recent lockout were 'being dealt with. Hair a dozen of these men, then- in- good standing, endeavored unsuccessnilijf to form what they called a "National Organization." They were fined about ?10 each and .until this is paid they, "Will not, be recognized as mem- in good standing nor are they .permitted to work on union jobs.. L0GAL BUDGET V; Gordon, of Kirox churvocal and instrumental -as selectJbii accompanied bVC man- doline, 'was solo: .with violin tthe act as I-Hustrated. song pictures made the bill1; aniriibjur aind a "half "well creasing OLDEST LIGHTHOUSE, KEEPER ;Washmgton, Sept -Welcii; the oldest lighthouse --keeper ih: the Unifted States, is Tan Wies Point near N. Y., continuously-siiiee He Was "93 years1 old.. WJWNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg; Sept. October wffeat opened 1-8, closed 99 7-8, 199 closed S9 7-8; cem-ber opened 97 T-8, May opened 102 1-2, closed J.03 -1-4, Cash close: No 1 Northern. 101, No. 2. Northern-iSg, No. 3" Northern, IK No; 2 WJtute-oats 35 1-4. NEVtf YORK -New York. Sept Gains -of -rl-8 to a" full, .point were made- by principal; active stocks first few minutes of trading Dealings iirere ;tairiv and well distributed, .XT.., P., '.Reading, Interboro MetropeH- tan Am.. Smelting made adTances and St York; Centeal, Missouri Pac., and. Pa- cific Mail large fractions. and.; Nashville declined 3-4 antL Cen- tral Railroad of New Jersey JL HONORS" STILL COMING V TO THE Q4JEEN'S-OWN London, Sept. Headed TJV, of Scott's Guards the Queen Own- -Rifles -.marched amid enthusias- tic; scenes from, the rail station to entram lor shot.., f SHOE POLI No hard work. "ft In 1 and tDves hard, brilliant, lasting, watarfweoftMtlahl TurpontlnoY or other j''-" ALL DEALERS, 1Oo. THE r. r. UMITEO. out.. M.V. mended by T-hc- committee, for man- ager of the council's employment ag- ency. meeting is being" called at 7.30 o'clock, as it is to .by a smoking concert, at. which the cups won on Labor Day will be pre- sented. ENGLISH MASTER SPilUNERS WILL ORDER A LOCK-OUT. Manchester, Eng., Sept. federation of master cotton spinners to-day decided on a general lock-out on October 1, unless the -dispute at Oldham is settled by that date. In the event of a lock-out..160.000 oper- atives will be affected directly. This action follows the refusal of the Fernniie 'employees to. submit a local grievance to arbitration. Your face will feel smooth and grateful iL you use in his family to the ;reat and only country, Whitla dis- trict Eugenie Ensign, living north east of own, has a fine well drilled 'by Mr. j Fosey. It is 107 feet deep, with fifty 'eet of water. It seems some people have mistak- en the meaning of the article publish- ed in the Lethbridge paper of Whitla being in need of a .hotel. It was j imply meant as' a lodging and board- j ng house, and not a saloon. Some j the new settlers .have not been I used to hearing hotels and saloons j of in the same terms. Across he line a hotel is a hotel, and a sa- oon is a saloon. VIEDIC1NE HAT WILL ceil has decided to bore the new- gas well to a depth of two thousand eet, which is the depth of the, B-rw sland well At nine hundred f-set' he pressure is live iundrco! ounds 1 FACE CREAM Greaseless, disappearing. It clears the the skin after exposure to wiad -..and sun and prevents the biting, skin-destroying effects of the use of hard water. 25c, bays a big- .artistic jar. Sold amd guaranteed by ALL LETHBRIDGE ORUGGiSTS B. C.. ORCHARDS YIELD 58 CARS Greenwood, B. C., SepL year. 58 carloads of apples were grown on the Kootenai. ana- Boundarv fruit- tieWs. Nam Sing, a .Chinaman who had lived the Cariboo for 50. years, -died in last" week. He -leaves a widow and 11 -children. William daffy, who died in Xelson ast week, was :one of the odest pros- pectors in the Sheep Creek district and had recently received a substan- tial payment upon claims in the Erie camp. SAYS ROOSEVELT WILL CONTROL YORK STATE New York, Sept. claim that 1 the' progressives will control 600 of j the delegates in the reception state convention, a working majority was made tonight by close friends of! Lloyd Criscon who is managing The-'j odore Roosevelt's- campaign against j the "Old Guard" delegates in 35 dis- tricts of Manhattan and tbe Bronx were elected tonight. EARL DANCED FOR THE AGED LADY Governor-General of Canada Cut the Pigeon Wing for Woman near Sydney, N. S. Sydney, N. S., Sept. Karl Grey's visit to Sydney he.and the Countess visited estmcunt. a suburb of the city, incognito. His Excellency called on Mrs. Crawley. a centenarian, -f _ wvuujr-, uue ujs- tinguished was raining.- violin hanging on the wall, Earl Grey took down the instrument" an-d told his hostess if she -would play, he would -dance. The old .lady struck up "The Flower of Edinburgh" and His Excellency cut the iiigeon wing like a yesr old. SCHOOL c to Due per pair The kind that give wear an ;