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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta September 22, 1013 TITE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page? "A TRIUMPH" IN TEA DUftUTY PUKE, CLEANLY PREPARED AND DCUOMMIS a BLACKl MIXED Orl on NATURAL WILL GO IFM poor Collector Has the Authority to Wield the Big Stick-Are Women Liable THE WESTMINSTER METHODISTS SHOWED SPIRIT OF CO-OP- ERATION AND FAITH iN FUTURE EDITED BY OIT.ct 1M4 Xci- 1111 Work thou for pleasure paint or sing or carve tbios tbou lovesl.. though the body starve. Who work goal Armed to the teeth with the new, though rather belated bylaw. License Collector Forbes Is back on the Job Bt the city hall today, refreshed f'om p. fortnight's vocation and a'tc money. A blunt o[ putting It but lie says nothing but v-'il talk from now on....He wants all H and will lake no excuses in place of the cash. Ttioau .who have "stood him ott'l wal'.'ng for the li- cense bylaw to bo renovated Please pay anil lave, trouble. He Is also; armed with another ai'.thoiity which ho will use like, a bis .-llic'x. Uo'.wonts a'couple of thousand .dol- lars In poll taxes. Although ths poll tax can bo collected any tlr.ie utter May 1st. tho fatal dsy has been post- poned somewhat Ibis year. Stafford Kill, comb '.under tiie jurisdiction _of the poll collector this year for the firfit Ume, and he expects a har- vest there. In the new charter a poll lax may Lo collected from any 'inhabitant' .has resided In. Bio, blty two moults prior to.the" date of applica (Ion by tha collector, provided the inhabitant-does'not pay taxes otherwise. _' Collector porbes.propounded a stun uer" to he'city clerk this morning "Is, a woman an Inhabitant? If Is, "can. i. make. the ladles; In the city..not.paying, taxes on. property, and over the full .age, of 21 su'mmerB, come across with three The city cleric refused to commit himself. H will be up .to the city sol. tcllor. 1-ast year he. ruled that a wo- .man'was not a person.. Can he deny that she Is'an. Inhabitant? Westminster Methodists, headed toy Uieir efficient pastor, organized a few weeks ago for anniversary day, and yesterday saw tbe successful culialn- j atlnn of their efforts. It was u suc- cessful day in every respect. The sermons were of an able and appro- priate character, and all through the day there was a feeling; of pallloK to- gether for the great work confronting the church. The pastor asked for 5500, all to be paid In by January 1. and he got.lt, and lo show tliat there was abundance the congregation acid: ed 550.00, to it. There is Bllll more to corae, for. every, one wasn't tliero yes- terday, so that, 'from the financial Bide, Uio anniversary was decidedly pleaaEngr. And the other side of tha day was none Ihe less satisfactory. In ior glory inisses olt the Who works for money his very soul. Wort' for the work's sake then, and i it' may be I That these Iliinjs shall It added ua- td thee: Cox. 4 number of the city teaching stafi enjoyed a visit to the Kxperimratal farm on .Saturday, atlcrnooo: Mr.- ar.d Mis.'Frank Jones ahd children leave lomorrov; lor Toronto, where they will reside m Suture., Mr. and Mrs. K. McAilhur are rejoicing over thc'amval ot a daugh tor on Saturday night. s Mrs. 'J. A. Jackson, 1338 Kourtl Ave., S., will receive for the firs time since coming to l.ethbridge- ,on Wednesday' afternoon iro'm ,Iour lo siv, and alterwai.ils on the fourtr Wednesday of tiie. f .Mr. Priest, who -was poisoned with gasoline last is LOW 'able to sit up. 'He: is recuperating, at the home oi Mrs! Hicks! Mrs, t'olson, oi Ol.ta.va, is the guest of Mr. and Mri. mynincr, 11th st. i Ihe -recital to be- given toriioirbw ed free, and's special prize will be ;iveo for the prettiest decorated box ,r basket. A special program has teen pre- pared lor the W. M. H. meeting at i'cslev church at four o'clock tomor- afternoon. The officers and leaders ol the three Anglican Sunday schools are asked to meet on Thursday evening n Augustin's hall, when Mr. Hills, the general secretary, will be present to give an address. This will be an important meeting, and the at- tendance should be large. Next Buiday will be Hally Day for Wesley church and. Kuuday school when thc'airn'is'a'hiinrtreii per'cent. at each service. A short talk to the children will precede the morning ser won, and a special program will Ui given in Sunday-school. A aermon to young business men will be given in tie. evening .with special music. T M. S. o! Westminster Wesley churches will holi a Kuni rhase. Sale'-ii'.'the ".Miner's Hall Thursday, Sept... :25ll. All who'hav the-morning. Rey. 'G. H. Cobbledlcfc preached, and delighted every one with the able address lie gave, couch- ed In language which made it easy for i ers. 'V '._ every one to. understand. Mr. Cob-I bledlck paid-his .first visit to West-! and Sirs. F. S. ..Crecry and nirister, and he can go as often as he (jrcery, ot Coutts, came in Irbm .visbeiL Westminster "pastor and peo-. j south Saturday evening to pie -rill be there to welcome him... jirs. Creery's brother, W. I'ory, In the Sunday school tliere was a deputy minister of the Interior, good attendance, and the same hope- Miss fjuinn, of Ottawa, who has been a ;uest with her brother, Mr. JTh6Ws Quinn, leaves tonight-to vis- it Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle, and will return to Lethbridgc later, en route east. Mr. lirymner, the newly appointed musical, director of St: Augustin's Articles'for.this: sale, kindly send tc on'Tuesday or Wednes Say alternoons'or to the residence c ilrs. Ur'apdovj JOB "Tentri St., S. Tonight Is .the night ui-the bauque !b bo'given by the Ladies' Aid hair, disappears, and after, another application or two, your hair becomes 'beautifully dark, thick and glossy.'.....' Ottawa, Sept. 19-Out ol the hun- dred odd applicant si for judicial posi- tions throughout the Dominion, 'the government bas at last succeeded in choosing liaH a doien, and a number ot tlib minor and two of the more important vacancies will be filled in lew "days. It is xinderstood that four county court- vacancies in Ontario, ore pieine court position in Saskatchc and one appeal court position in British Columbia have been filled and tlie' orders in council approvin] the appointments only await the nature of tfic administrator, who i now at Murray Bay. The choice'for'the Hrilish Colura ia appeal court position is-said t he Hon. A. M. P. I Hon; D. M. and fo some jrats speaker of the Uritis Columbia legislature, was also a can didate for the position, while for. tb supreme cpuit ol Saskatchewan E. L Ellttood has heci appointed from Ite gina.. In the county .court appointment cr Ontario appear G. M. Vance, 1 (or Buficrln. W. 0. Tishcr, ol th nn of Fisbcr and foil, o( AUison as hern appointed lor Simcoe. C- V rivJngstone, Junior niemher of the C K. solicitors, McMurclij' and com any, of Toronto, are said lo have tb ority position, while' R. G. Fish- rr of London, has been appointed, it s understood, to the Middlesex va- ancy. 1252 for FINE JOB PRINTING Quality Work in the Quickest Time At Your Service The Herald Job DepU A. E. Smith, Supt. tnl'it is a fine advertisement of your the frost was sufficiently to Hy. 1 shall carry away some remiiiders of my visit, and-it is ;oing to be a delight to recommend o othets visiting the west that they over- in this cily and sec the vonderlul. changes a few rears have RUSHING STEEL ON G.T.P, Winnipeg. Sept. laying -ii the main line of the G. T. T. Rail- ray js proceed [up towards Fort Seorge at a rapid rate. 'Steel is now .t from Winnipeg A short :heck was expericnceii at mile 1197, vhere the railway for the second time the FraEer River, while Ihe ateel bridge across the Frascr River was completed. Thfs has now been rasEod, and the track-laying machines are steacl- ,ly pushing their waj' forward. HEAVY FROST .IN MANITOBA .Winnipeg, Man., Sept. peg, as well as the greater-part of Manitoba, had Its frost'of the last night, and In many places t damage garden truck and any-" hing green remaining uneathered. Fortunately all field crops wero safe. Ten degreea of frost were reg- stered In Winnipeg; nl'n'o in Brandon, and PierEon was lowest with twenty degrees. _ DRINKING MEN AND WOMEN Th on sa nils of men- drink to cs- cess. Thousands of and mothers of also slaves to Iho appetite for alcoholic liquors. The regular use of alcoholic. liquors, means niln to hpth men and and w'nen Uiey have drunk until selt control Is lost.they neeil medical NcaV Treat-' menl, which is a sate sure vegetable remedy, that removes the craving and necessity for drink in three days with- out thf. use of hypodermic injections. Call or write the NEAL INSTITUTE, S20 13fh Are. West, Calgary I'hone W..-I525 )eputy Minister Spent Sunday City OF. HIGH CLASS HUEHOLP FURNITURE Wed. Sept. 24th Commencing (Continued From Front Page) arise a question ns to the advisabil- ty of granting almost every request .hey made. He reported Ihal Minister Jloche as giving the ranching anil grazing matters vrry thorough consideration mil anticipated the announcement lia decisions ivithin a' few days. SAW rioop (Jitoi'3 Speaking of ijie crop conditions and the appearances generally ol the wes- tern counttv, he Said "I" saw a lot of fine grain coming west, and the development ol west- ern SasVafcheBan and eastern Altcr- ta a 'surprise to me. I was out hsre'some nine years ago it was all ranges, tvheicas today there are some very fine'farms, and the quan- tity of straw one sees; and the grain in shock, indicates that-the farmers have hail 3 prosperous -year. bridge likewise WLS a groat surprise, arid the park so (ook my.eye that 1 have maiic trips through and arounil it., is the prettiest) spot I have seen pm western Canada, j 323 16th St. North Ulhbridge, W. AUCTIONEER -Favored with Instructions from.Mrs. Is leaving -will ;Eell tie fotlowlnsj 1'Mahogany-settee. i M'aheigany'Koinnn chair 1 Mahogany Recci'tlon chair 1 Mahogany Writing Desk. 2 Mahogany Centre tables 1 What-not and Book Case 1 Mahogany .lai'dlntnre stand 1 Japanese Jardlnere stand Oak Kocktr, upholstered In brocaded satin. 1 Morris chair 1 Oak Roman" 'chair i 1 ec-lid Oak Butenslon Table 1 Bel Fumed Oak Diners J' Oak sideboard About 100 bead of tnoroughbred are prize In the following breeds: Leghorns Harred llocks 1-Oak Clock 2 Iron brass trimmings, springs and mattresses 2 Oak Dressers and stands. 2 Wllton'Squares Linoleum, curtains, ulinda, dish- es, pictures, etc. 1 McClary Range, hot water connections, nearly, new, Kitchen table Kitchen chairs Washing machine 1. Kitchen cabinet Garden cultivator W.heelbarroiv Garden tools Garden Hose Mght Br.ihnni! Huff Orpingtons Single and Hose Comb White lilsck Mlnorlcu Is a choice lot of Furniture hnd a prize lot of birds and sinyono requiring anything in the above should makp a special effort to attend this sale. REMEMSER THE TIME, (.30 SHARP ;