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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 23, 1011 THfi LKTII.B11IDGE DAILY HERALD Fageg. We are showing a very large and com plete line of Curtains and Curtain Materials In ail the latest designs and colorings Nottingham Lace Curtains from 75c per pair up Fancy Cable Decorative Netts, from a pair up, in white, cream, ecru Colored Madras French Scrim Sunray Gauze Bungalow Nets The variety of patterns are indeed extensive, so you will have no trouble in selecting a curtain to suit your individual needs. If you are in need of Curtains or Drapery Material we can save you money. Standard Furniture Co. 5th Street South Opposite Eureka Theatre ELLISMERE Our new neighbor, Fred Lewis, has VecMiUIy brought his wife and three children up from Dakota. Fretl says no more 'batching for him. II-? struck a fine well of other day. Tho majority of the settlers busy stacking grain, if is un- certain when any come Into this part. What wheat, that has been threshed has tnrn'Jd out very .wall, .about '25' per iiere, and is a very fair sample, considering She weather of the year. 'Mrs. McBrayne a caller on Miss Maliday om> day la-jt Mrs. Walter Gordon, Airs. A. Hayes, ftud Miss B. Davis all of L-athhridge, are to be congratulated, and they have th-a thanks of Ellismere district for th'i very handsoma donations to the fluids of the church Sunday school here. They were able to considerably jswoll and we ars'glad to it is promised considerable more in tlie near .future. 5 The Methodist Sunday School have the thanks of this dis- irict for theiT efforts in our behalf. Let the good work go on. Jas. Parlro, Sr., and J. Parke, Jr., mndn ji business trip to Taber th-s firs-; of (he week. Mr. Cook, the, mimiionary of tlie -Vpthodist Church, who has 'b-acn looking after the mission'field h-ere for thc_ last, three months, preached his fareweli sermon last Sunday tv- euing. We are sorry to loae Mr. Cook, i'nd wish him success in his chosen field in the future. Services'will h'a held the aanie as in the past. Next Sunday, tUa'2-lih, i the new. mi'dsioiinry will preach his {introductory sermon at ElUsmere ichooi house. ASPHYXIATED BY GA8. Toronto, Sept. the turned on in Iver room, Mrs. Iw and her infant son were found dead this morning at her home, 680 Queen street Mrs. Eglea has Iwen sick time and a -jhort time ago had to go to the hospital for an operation. She 1mB foeon Hom'e. a'few weeks ;ind was'nnnarentiy1 gei- tiog on all right. She ban been ac-' customed to' having the giw tijrn'ad low_ all plight. because of her who' was sleeping with h-ar. the the open window blew thte gas or not is uncertain, THE GLOBE'S CANDID COMMENT Leading Liberal News- paper Reviews the Pol- itical Situation Toronto, Globe lo morrow wili say: governmeu of Sir Wilfrid Luurier noes out o power on a great Issue. itellevltiB as it that the offer of the United States to exchange natural products v.'ith Canada- on a free (inly baslb would prove advantageous to bull countries, the government risked if life on' tho issue of reciprocity an-. lost it, The people of Ontario do not lilta their neighbors to the south it Is emphatically ibe lesson of election. 'Liberals to the ant of thousands muat have join- ed with the Conservatives In the city nd country, to show their objection to having any "truck or trade with the Yankees." Ths other provinces of i he Dominion taken together a majority for Laurler and larger mar- kets, but by an overwhelming vote, Ontario has declared that atie' will have nothing to .do with reciprocity. of'the Conscr- vi4iv.e pariy toullded better than thuy know. when during the last two weeks of thy campaign they appeal- ed v'o the ntople of this province to save, Canada from (he Americans. They created a wave of fcnling thai not observable on the surface, but that, nevertheless, sw-ept the vot- from their political moorings In vast numbers. That the wave of an- ti-American feeling will sp-eedily sub- side la "entirely probable. H mounted too high lo last, but the drift will and until Ontario becomes lew relatively in the coun- cils of the nation than she will be in 'he. opening period of the Borden ad- ministration, 'thei'a will ba no hone of 'tetter, trad-3 .relations with tho pso- plc'pf the United States. The tariff fwall will remain. Tb-a moi'a ardent protectionists may even ito raii-a it still higher. If thwt is to -be the policy of the victors, then the t'-jifcn oC Mr. Borden will not be long unchallenged. The Globe still asulnst high protection. It believes thai reciprocity in natiirul products wbuid be to the acivantag of .Canada, It beli'aves that some da Ontario will feel sufficiently loyal trade' with the 'people of the U without feeling that trad frill be" followed by political unto If will continue to preach the do trine of International good will (he confident hope that as Canat gtowg' In proportion and fn mnteri resources, shs will grow alao in ha outlook upon world politics. It is matter of very great regret that injany of the leaders of the Llbera pttVty should be among ths defeated som-a time before Mr. Bo 7'an'.gather aroiin-rt him heads fo HOOD FLOUR from any other, flour. The housewife who uses ROBIN HOOD Pour knows thivand will use no other. money-back guarantee in every sgck. ROBI HOOD FLOUR various departments who will neasure up to them. Th-a-verdict wae n no wise dictated by any spirit of friendliness1'to the great neighbor- is; Republic. No such spirit exists." GREAT MUSICAL FESTIVAL HELD OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT Store J. Tuff, grocer, proprietor of Westminster announces by this that he will re-open the grocery store on Ashmead Street, nearly opposite the Terril Floral Co., lately occupied by Tuff Squires Tlic-.iuMv store will be known us the ".Premium Cirooei and (he quality ,nnd prices should early make ita As susjuestod (be inline Troiiiimns' nre lo be given away to cash purchasers (Mjiir .ilcnt to u 10 per cent, discounl Ihc purchnsers. Tlie I'reniiinns .'ire dishes ot all kinds, mid it is the very attractive crockery as the 'Sage' crockc'n of hcaiitiJul de- sign. The, giving of Premiums is iiot a flash in tlie pan. so to speak, bill is lo ho n genuine gift as long as there is a bnsi ness to do. It will lie possible lo A DINNER SET ABSOLUTELY FREE Of Thjs Useful Crockery by retaining the coupons until n sufficient .number lias been received. When yon rcdinrcoiipons. ninke you this beautiful presenl. Or you niay get it piece by piece, jnsl. UN you wish. We shiill look for your -put foiiHge. CAM-Oli IMIONI3574. 824 AMHMKAD ST. second nnual musical festival In conncc- Ion with the Raymond Agricultural ociety, wiis'held on nd proved Hsulf to be the biggest ffalr of its' kind ever held in Kay- lond. Prof.. Jon'ctf of Maeleod acted 9 adjudicator and his task was no mail on-3. The work of .the chorals as exceedingly good. The selection et for competition was Tozart's 12th mass, for a, cash prize f Raymond had u choir of 50 Cardstpn had 32 and Magrath Prof. Jones in announcing his decision slated that the choirs did fc'-ell and 'afterward told the Herald re porter that the work was q u i to up'to the standard for this province. In criticising Raymond the adjudicat- or said that the altos and tenors wei-3 I'ouRb .but pitch was capital, accuracy 'perfect and far cither Cardston or Magrath; expres- j Eion good but sentences wera too abrupt. Cardston he Bald good quality and' good balance 'of Tlvepitch was out in places and tack- ing not afc good as Raymond; expres- sion" was' capital foiit like Raymond there ..wais" a chopping off of senten- ces. Magrath's trebl-e was weak and could heard at times. Tims and expression wei-5 good but like the other two 'the s-entencea too abruptly. Tlie decision was, given in favor of. Cardston. Conductor of" 'Jfagrath 'choir expressed himself as perfectly satisfied with th-a (I claibn. r. C. F. for Ray- aeen (oday a Herald re- porter, said that to very one he bad Bpoken with would have decided in favor of Raymond. One of the lead- ing musical men of Cardston said he was 'jiii-prised. Mr. crit- ciserl tb< judgment of Prof, Jones in thai in the solos he laid particular st.r-aas on expression a ".id harmony, and in the chorus-en he seemed to r.'oglect these qualities. His choir, ho said, Hang the way he told th-em to, nd he wsa siitiafied with -their ex-e- cu U on. Conductor Newton's observations vere.that Raymond fell down on the 3m-ant of the singers and balance was entirely ofT because of his. and thai the partion that pushed he singing didn't get Lha sup hey ihcnild. He Bald that notwith- itantling thte Raymond did excellent vorlc and had by far Ihe best ma.- erial in the competition. Ho char- .cteriftsd Prof. 'Jones an a "fine adju- iicator, a man who understands his iiiBiness, and perfectly honest rank in his Judgment." There was no competition for Ju- cnile cnonisj but the judge Maid that h-a rendition by IK Raymond girls very good imic'ed. Thero was keen competition in the iasa for soprano solos, five nts appearing on tho platforni. The ocision wfi.3 glvvm lo Miss Dorothy oung, whom -His judge referred lo 3 a tasteful singer, nrtiBl.ta and fin- with good expression and ac- irate articulation and wan able to de- onslratv! har mu-jical ability by a omarkably fine rentl-arlng of "An- war." Mrs. Nielaon of Raymond won to solo. Prof. Jont-3 aaid nhe nad beautiful produc- on, will trained, rich and of good mllty. The tenor solo, "Queen of the had four contestants and wng on by Thou. Roberta of r. Roberta ba-j a good tenor voicft, it. Judge said, didn't, know how itte it, and Irstnlng. So one thought of cotnpMlna; gafnut Wm. Vauilmn of Raymond In btritone iole "AnitiB nd Judge poke of M not heard Mvory day. Vtu- Ncilson's poem was given the prize, and was good and had a true patriot- ic ring to it. The piano duet, und-er H y'aars, went to Hortense and Fairfax Gord- on, children of J. T. Gordon of Kay- mond, and in addition to fi'orn adjudicator, the of the Cardston choir told the 'Herald seri'Ui that nothing in Cardston could touch them, W. S. Berryessa, of course, won the cornet solo. Nobody thinks of enter ing Into competition with Walter, and after the judge had spoken 'in.inj favorable 'criticisms, "he announcei Bcrryossa "gets the prize and deserves it." In the instrumental solo, an instrument, age limit 'J5 Miss in a piano aolo, had food Urn's good expression, tyut Dewey Nils- son, a youthful and pupil ol Uriel O'Brien, BO distinguished Jiim self that the judge felt constrained i to give his decision in bia favor, and th-s audience asqutesced. The piano and violin arc no to tall; different -that thpy. can hardjy be put Into competition oma with tho other, Raymond's opera houie wag crowd- ed nnd notwithstanding the' length of program, great intereat waa man! fest throughout rounds of ap plause from the alienee texpreeaed to the artists their appreciation of tiioir work t 'Raymond at ilagrath on Frfdny night Sapt 22, and have entries In nearly all the.claaaea. SECRETARY Of BOARD OF TRADE RESIGNS Calgary. Sept a cert tan- Diw son, of the Board Qf Trade, ;ii-desir- ous of retiring from duties and engaging in hiisineaa for hjintielf His resignation waa read at a 'meeting of 'li-a council of the Boaid, but waa laid on the table until a full nreetjng- of the Board held. He" sava that his only for resigning b that -the salary, IB too and that he can do better in business, for THE MONEY IS MISSING Package Taken from Vault-fit! _____ Sioux Falls Pott ,FJilla, S. be-- came known today that a puck age of currency mysteriously dlup-' peared from the Sioux Palls -Poat Of-, yesterday, and has not been re- covered. No arreslfl have 'been made in connection with the disappearance Of the money. The package wtn con- signed to the Sao Falls ftavlnga Bank and arrived at the post office yester- day. H wns regularly receipted for and placed in the vault. When a seuger from the bank called at poit office ffor the package it had dls- Three poat office Insp-ectora h-ere tonight to the caBe.- the company, which had insured the mon- ey, also are here. The package waa consigned hy tine North-Western Na- tional Bank -of Minneapolis to Sioux Falls concern. The entire 000 was in dollar bills. CALIFORNIA WOMEN WORK FOR 8UPPH.AQV San Francisco, Sept. Octo-; ber 10, only a trifle more, than two we'aks hence, the voters of 'Ca-llfornla for the second time in.the history of- the-State, will d'ecide by thitr vote; whether women shall haTe right tq vote. The las-t time women's frage wa-5 submitted to the ballot in this State it was. defeated by only 000 votes. Times hare changed great- ly, since .then, and .the advocates of women's rights are riot only rifora hopeful of success than ever 'before, but confident" that.-.-.-.California win win the honor of becoming; sixth state in the union to grant suf- frage to women- Kfcrrobert, Snsk., tirtt birth-day on the 14th Jnat. The new hotel opened tliy the C, P. R. at .Balfour, British Columbia, sixteenth built by( the' com-' pany; seventeenth ta now undvr coratriiction' at: Calgary. Edmonton fk) tff 1110. MMHt itt twy Mn, N.tluu ud were conuauuta Tor oriylual IHMIII, Mrt. won l uilcttl tilcri oi ach dned out pwched air Knonsly anecti (he throat and and Vttalitf of the .whole lamily, aa mil tu being deitructive to furniture, and woodwork. But the homes that rejoice in a Circle Waterpan Furnace have anture's moist btlDlj no Tlitr liive Jwlthjr Of the bjf Tbti iscireto tte bil holih nnleg M the MS kestiift pm in avniffe it is pUeed just tt the' proper positloi lo catch tht Iricom- tag tir, jtve it attn befofc it to the huliw nrtu tkni the .lr wpplitdto mff H bnnM u (lit entnide itmwprltrt. YM will I. Hwkh tut MM rw MT Ikmtm Hardware. Co. ;