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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 TITi; LKTHBHIDGE DAILY Il'EliALD Saturday, September 23, 10.11 Something For Meii and .Women of Taste Wouldn't you like to feel I lull-in your new Fall and Winter suit yon had ivreiyi-d an up In dale, depend- able suit at ns reasonable a price as yon coiild uvi any plaee that yon are lakmp; no chaiifcs. We know our work gives complete saiislViimi. New Orders Bring Re-orders Qualiiy and value alone will do this. Our mmm'nig.s and workmanship are the very best. As regards iii we Do Not Cut From Block Patterns The block svsteiu is cheaper but does not appeal to men and women of judgment. We Cater to Men mi Women of all Tastes We know our business and arc here to build it up by sell- ing dependable goods just a little lower than ilu-y can he so- cured quality first always. Complete Fail and Winter Stock on Display TheCr Eedpath Street, Opposite Wesley -Church. To Reduce Our Large Stock of IVIrl sis whim C arri'Jio'M 'Wd.i 1 Democrats, We are making a special cut in prices from 20th to the end of October. This discount applies to cash sales only Fish and Tudhope Wagons We have still a few of these standard Wagons left at Clearing Sale Prices. Call before they are all gone Turkey Reduced Wheat Just 200 bushels left. Price a bushel. Double cleaned in heavy sacks We will) ent a portion or the whole of our cellar for storage or wholesale purposes. Dimensions 26'x.WO'; concrete walls 13" thick; floors 5" with 1" finish. Frost proof, elevator, etc. HYDE Box 112 Telephone 1244 SIR WILFRID WILL STILL LEAD lit Ottawa, Out.. Sept. Wilfrid Luurier will continue to toul the1 LI Irani 1 purty for thf jiresont. To a. ijroup or press convypomU'iUs ho satil Unit lie would not drop out of politics the prt'soiit. 1 would feel like a clusertor it' 1 6 left my frk'mlK now. Ik- said j Oiat business would be expe- ililtii and rcsiKiirttloiw of Hie j ministers would bv phiceil in Kar! Uioy's liawls as soon as possible. LET! STARLAND For. Hi? :Last Time T'Miitfirt Tirii JiOVS Fill TIN I) This bean ji fu I .story. will' appeal to everyone. THRHE OF THEM Did you see I his' one .It's greal. A MI NS I ON TV THE DESERT A show in itself. Majority of Conservatives As a Result of the Montreal, Sept. results of tho elect km with rut urns priiullmilb thai. Uortlon will 1m vt a majority of -10. Tho standing 01 tho iiiirliew in pruvincrj la as follows: ID j Province Nova Scotia P. K, J.......... 1 S I Ontario 13 j Manitoba 4 Saskatchewan !t Alberta 6 Brit. Columbia 0 COMING Cowboy iiml Indian Frontier Celebration. White Slave'fic l-'iluis y t 26 72 C 1- 1 7 SS 12S i Special Train for Colorado Springs Leaves on jj OctJ4 [j On October 1-t, at four o'clock in j 'the afternoon the train bear- i Ing thv? Ldtliliridge and Can- ada contingent to the International I Dry Farming1 Congress at Colorado I Springs will leave the station here for 'the trip to the awne congress i for this year. A great of in- j cerest is being manifested among the citizens of Lethbridge !n th-a trip, and there seems every ch'ance that tho i rip will result; in bringing to Lethbridge in 1012. Sev- eral have their In- dention of joining-, the excursion, and .Mr. have, no trou- j i hie in lifty L-ethbridge j j reservations. i Secretary Mamvaring. of the Board j of Trade, Is giving all his time these M days to- the wojik- of preparing the L-ethbridge He has experi- fj micei! some difficulty in his task on account of the .fnufc thar. a large amount nf the nas. bc'en spoiled Eor exhibition purposes by the recent mins, but-in spite, of- this lie has a few weeks at least. However. !he' Pinch of fold is close nt hand. Very little coal is stored in ihe prairie pro- vinces, and there is bound to he a great deal of suffering if something te'iiot dome to relieve the situation. It Is rumored on the streets today thai the unions will soon consider the matter again, and it may he that they will make advances to tire op- erators which will result in the set- tlement o'f the difficulties before tire winter months. In thy city enough coal is being delivered to supply tlw immediate de- mand. Some coal te Iralng shipped in from the; Sajul Cou'l ASSAULTED ON THE STREET New York, Sept. man of pow- orful physiaue who said lie was Edgar II. Smith, 11 mining engineer of Des Moincs, Iowa, was arrested on a charge of beiittng with his hand a handsome woman who said she THIS his wife Tho alleged beating was administered in the street, but the young woman who was also locked up, refused to press charge against him and they left the court today. When not far from Uie door the man attacked a. photographer who was pointing his camera at the pair. The photograph er was 'bruised and bleeding when his assailant fled. this wlih 'what .is being mined Is -Hi Ashcroft and Dinren mines is suffi- cient t.o carry ihe citizens along with little io spare. Tlvore is ;i certainty ANOTHER EXCURSION TO THE ARROW LAKES Samples of fruit, from the Arrow and ]Lakes in the window at Freeman and thnt coid -3pell of any liowev duration would result in a shortas-c of coa? even in the city, and if, the strike is not oat lied soon, th-e 'coal dealers will probably take steps to i stock up a supply which would tide the city over any emerg-ency. In the meantime developments are being awaited., and everyone ra anxious to Kee the mines opened and the min- ers back to work befoife winter sets BIG CROP AT RALEY Robe.rlson, of Raley, is .a business visitor in'the city today. He reports that he expects to harvest bush- for his crop this year. I'or leered -exhibit is j expected to keep up the high repirta- tion of Alberta at. thft Con- giL-'-s. Some lent samples of Imve and ther.e is no doubt -in this -regard at least fli'3 come nt> to the standard of other years. The trouble Jin gctling: bright sheaves has caused t him' (o alter" Hie vjilan "of exhibit .to some and Union Jacks will bn iissd for d-ecorating purposes more I than had been at firat 'intended. How- fever -the general plan car- iried out and tire who'.-e display will make a fine showing.' I !t is in the root and vegetable -de- -partment, howeuar, that the" Leth- bridge exhiim will be strong this ysar. F'reviov'jly this part of the. exhibit lias been small, 'bufc-.fbc dry land roots vegetables very fine, :rind the'I.etiibrfdge district will gain fan ienuiabi-5 rcptrfation in slill nnolher ''deparlinem to this I'morning whore he will gather a iarge amount, of grain, vegetables and other i -material for the display, and the whole will l.-e as early ns pos- s'lble next week. It i-3 the intention the in charge to leave i Lythhrifige for the purpose of setting tip the display about Oct. ''Jth. sa- eis of gr, office, ".aro attracting con- siderable attention. The company are arranging for another excursion to the Arrow Lakes on Thursday, Oct. 3rd. The party will visit the Naksup fruit fair which is on at that time. CHTJKCH SERVICES Church of Jesus Christ of'Latter Day School 10.30 at Kuishts of Pytliias Fifth St First Baptist A. Levitt, pastor. 11 a.m. subject, "A Question i'n Addition." 12.15, Adult Bible class. 3 p.m., Sunday school and Kible class. 7.30 p.m. subject, "A. Man in tlie tree." Pastor will preaah at both services. .Miss Jones will sing at the evening service. A cordial tll: vltation is extended to all. Wesley T. P? Perry, pastor, will preach to the children in the morning, the day being Rally Day, subject "The Child Evening field of standing grain ity. i storing facilities he lias erected a 000 bushel elevator. One four hundred acre field, which had been rather had- subject, "A Conflict with Unbelief." ly damaged with hail and snow, he jj'lllmiay school and Adult Bible classes was forced to cut all .one way, .and 3 nhynd Jamieson will sing ven at Uiat lie believes it will yield for and Miss Cop. bushels to the acre. Mr. Robertson wm S0i0ist in an anthem, was awarded third prize (or the best Sl Cyprian's Church (Anglican) .in in his viciu- j5ev W; y. McMillRii, rector. Mr. W. Cripps of Cardston will occupy at both services tomorrow Westminster Church (Methodist) Rev.. A. pastor Wai. West- cott will preach In the morning and Mr! Ritchie in the evening. Sunday School-and Bible, class p.m. Salvation Army The annual Thanksgiving services will be held at the Barracks tomorrow at It a.m., 3 p.m. and 7-30 p.m. On Monday night a short, program antl sale of goods musical STRIKE ENTERS MONTH Rumor That Advances will be Made to the Coal Operators On Oc'L 1st the coal strike in this district will enter iulo the seventh month of duration, and from the present outlook th-arc is us little chanco ot reaching a settlement m over. The cold weather during the paot fow days has brought -She mat- t-or forcibly to tho minds of the peo- ple of l.'JthnridKe. and. many are anx- ious that some move he made to brinj; the miners and operators''to- gether aBain.-in hope of reaching a speedy sottlemonl. While there lias taen of coal in this Im- medlaie vicinity, and while there seems to be no fear of a coal famine In Southern Alberta this winker, a settlement of lire difficulties and tho re-opening of the mines would be cheerful news to Iho peopte not only In tltc affected district but all over, the west. Matters are running smoothly In all camps along Iho line, and no Is looked for for CURED OFJOHSIiPATOH Mr, Andrews Or. Indian Root Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, nritcs: "For many years I hecn troubled with chronic Constipation. This ail- aSupiSlT.briiS and'on Thursday ,11 Medicine after nscdicinc have taken in home demonBiralioir by the cniidrcn. order-to find .relief, birt one all kit Knox Church me in tlic same hopeless'conuition. D. i'Sufiday services, seemed that nothing would expei from m m Sunday school me the one ailment that caused so anuch g woicorac. St. Andrew's Thir- teenth street and Seventh avenno N. Jllnister, Kev. W. W. Bryden, M. A. Sunday services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Children's Day service at p.m. Every- one heartily St. Paul's First Lutheran At !ihc home of the Kev. C. Grunt, 1003 trouble, yet at last I read about the Tntiian Root Pills. That was indeed a lucky day for me, for I was so impressed vnlh the state- ments that 1 determined to give them a fair trial.1 They hayc regulated my stomt ch .bevels. I am cured of constipation, uid I claici they have no equal as a medi- cine." For over half a century Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilli-'have been curing con- Sixth -avenue south. Sunday school every Sunday at 2.30 p.m. There will stipation and clogaed in-ictne kidneys. service3 oil Sunday, with a the nmcnti which fro-n Y; v, them. Thev deanse the whole system aS'jtho pastor will preach undptinly tl e Wood Sold everyrbef< Firat Christ snd pimly tl e Wood at 25c a box Church'of Christ (s'clenflit) Services, Sunday, II a. in. and 7.30 p: Sunday School m., sub- ject Wednesday evening, TestiinoriiHl meeting at- 8 o'clock. The Reading Room Is open to everyone every day from 3 to 5 p. m. All ser- vices are Royal Hank Block, and everyone is cordially invited to at- tend. Church of Christ In Kennedy's Hall, nth Street North. Lord's Day at 10.30 a. in. Bible School, 11 a in., Breaking of Bread. Wednes- day evening ttt S p. in., at 030 I0th St. N., for Prayer and Praise. ..Fifth Avenue Boptlst Church, North C. B. McKlnnon, Pas- tor, P.ublle Worship Sunday. 11 a. m., nnd 7.80 p. m. Sunday School at 3 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday even- ng at 8 p. m. St. Auguitln'i Church pf Corner 8th St. and 2nd Holy Comnjunlon it 8 a.m., Matins 11 a.m.. Choral Eucharllt (lit Sunday) 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Kvensong 7.30 pm, Wednesday evening nervlce at eight o'clock. Rflv. J. E. Mnrrell- Wright, rectory 212 8lh St. south. A electric light plant la be- ing' Installed at Alix, Alta., and the light to be turned on by 1 Nov. 5th. Have You Tasted Our Meat Pies They're Delicious We're Specialists in Meat Pies The Bakery Phone 1181 ;