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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September THE LETHBBIDCJE DAILY HERALD Tea Table Talks Good ten is (he best of real nerve food. Tls universal use is no lucre habit. lint, it must bo good tea. Inferior blends are costly at any price. Yon-obtain the best Tea, and at the sruiiotime tho most economical by buying Tho Tea with a twenty-vein' reputation BUT WILl, LIKELY. LIVE IN CARD- S-TON FOR A OF SOUTHERN TOWN Cardston, Sept Ladles' Ala Eoelelv of tho Presbyterian Church met last Wednesday afternoon al tho homo of PaBsmore. A great dea of work that liod been started waa finished up and tho ladles nave i n good.nucleus for a sale- ot work. On [ho Bret Wednesday in October the Aid rnecla at tho bcmo of Mrs. Wm LurriVden.'.-TraEsporlntlori v.illbe pro- vided for all tedies who rigs to start from the manEe st 3.30 In the n In rtnlston. left for her me on Wednesday of last weels. Miss Stensun of Macleod his Irtcn position as B'.enosrapticr In Die at estate olTlce of Card aud Brown. Cenaln In tho north country are endeavoring to force upon the people of Uil5 province tlio statement .hat a general exbdus of -Monnonn IE to take place from various places on tno face of tho oarlb, to the plilns of. Eoulliern Alberta.' intervlerra wltb all ls of unlcnowrt perEona have- published and In thew Interviews It was oUlcd that all a'rrangemenu hac been made to put the people on land on the old Cocuruno ranch, which iMonr.on Clmrch has just bought. I Is even slated tiiat tble land Is to be sold at J3.00 an The churcl paid for tne serfs of tho Cochrane ranch, and anyone 1 Intereeted can taka It from the pr'ti dent of tils E. tbi the land will not be'gold for much les Of Starling Factories in the West Said Visitor in an Interview I.oncon, Kept. Scheff, just complettd a thres months' tout oi miles Iron coast to coss In Canada, glvts remarkable tacts a to the awaiingly rapid expansion an- commercial growth of Canada durin Ue la't twelve months. This Schefl's fourlh ylclt to Cacada an1! e utilired a motbt EO a; (o be able go right into tho heart of tie juntry. At tlic outset of an Interrlew he eferrcd to the development of the enumerable small towce and-vlllag- s, .among which te mentions Sledi- icc Hal, which It says, is but typ- cal oi a rllf that nm'ies ittcli hrough the entcrprisf ot the local overninent. He regret ted to r.oilce that the ajorily oi 'r.ew factories were ol American origin and thought it high iuie British manufacturers seized the ;reat opportunities that Canada has o offer English itlts as Lethbridje, Medicine Hit, foose Jaw, Winnipeg, Edmonton jhd ither cities in Manitoba, Albfrta >-A Saskatchewan. Mr. Schefl-ivas enthusiastic aboul Ibe good work of the home union associations, which dealt pul loans with liberality and had no lost a single penny. He reverts once more to opportunities being lost b] British manufacturers. Thsrc wen opportunities, he said, for manufac furers ot hoots, flour, drugs, cloth afternoon. Rev. Thai. Smith of llisrath. and Kev. S: MuFsdde-n of Owsndile wcro guests on Trmra day'of last webk. The wen lo Klmbail in the afternoon where the Encntmorjl of baptism was administer ed to four children.' Mr. Smith let lor home on Friday. The wheat crop of Cardslon district is ready for the thresher. Mllli HTO going everywhere 'apa great wagons with four and six horse tcirai aro delivering tho hard berries at the Cardston flour mill and elevators. Tbo executive-council-.of .i Alborla has decreed that "No Indian Is to be permitted to enter any pool rooms, billiard room or bowling alley In the province of.'Alberta. Any proprietor ot such pool room' or bowling alley permitting Infringement of tola gulation will bo subject to the can- cellation of his license." (.The red inen of CardsUm mufit in future stand outside and Ic-ofc In. Quito a surprise- sprung on the congregation at St. Andrew's-Church on Sunday Mr. Tail an- noticed that he Had" tendered -bis re- signation to the'Home Mission com- mittee of Ihe church. Sir. Tall with hia wife came- to Cardston In January of this year, and under him trie con grcgatlon lias-bad -steady and sub- stantial gro'wlh. -A succc-SBOr has r.o j-cl been appointed ar.d Mr. Tail wll Rnnthpr Sunday. It Is un del-stood, that 'Mr.1 and Mrs. Tall are to remain In Cardslon Inde9nltely. Rev. S. II. Pickup, M.A., minister o College Street Presbyterian Church Toronto, and brother of C. "W. Flckui of Card'ston, was a visitor, to th- Temulo City last a gueet of hi brother. Mr. and Mrs. KuVanagh are still re -sldents of Cardjton. 51r. Kavnr.ag is, for the tlrr.e'.belng, looking afti the Alberta Pacific elevator company' business at Haley. AS soon as a elevator Is built at one of the point on the line M and Mrs. Kavnnash will move. Tho coal yards aro busy now. Man rcoplo are gettlns in a winter's su ply. The heavy coat of snow on th mountains last week scared a goo many people into believing winter had started, Hut the past few days have been quite like summer. Mr. Davlep, assistant principal of CsTrtslou puhllc school lor.t term, leaves.on for Edmonton, whero he begins ivork In Cila second year of the Arts courfie. Sinco school closed In Juno' Mr. Davlea hae been asalstlng In tho work al Curdston creamery. H Is his purpose to make leaching his llto 'work ar.d In order to better-111 himself he has dsclded on this additional training. It was Mr. Davles' class of high school stud cuts who brought distinction lo Card- eton by all getting through the last departmental examination, siietalnlng the t'ardslon record of 100 per cent. Mr, LongslaJf, town electrician, has nn additional duly in Ih'c- collection of water and light duos. The town has Inaugurated a new system by which payment may be made'to the reader of the metre. If payment Is not tiado ly ttio 80th of each month tho service Is discontinued. Speaking with Mr he told the Hcr.ild (hot ttio than (6 per acre. H Is worth from to {50 an acre, and not rauob o it will bo sold for less. Another ihin. will not be-any person settle In Alberta next year IU alone rJiat many Jformona. our yeart old, tie Baron's only son y his first marriage. He served for everal years as iri officer In the Roy- ai Fnslliers, resigning his commission o enltEt as a private In the 8th Un- led Stales Infantry. He comes Into CEEten of acres In county Ro scorn m on. Ladies! Look Young, Darken Gray Hair Uw Grindma'c Sage Tea Sulphur Reclpt nobody fin Bruth It through hair handsome, advauclus age. We all the o.1 a youth- ful appearance Your balr is your cnarm. It rentes or mare the- face. il lades, turns and looks dry, and icragty, application of Sage TOR and Sulph'jr en- Us a hun- dred fold. Don't jray! Look young! .tiiner prepare the toalo at borne or from any druff store B 50 cent bottle oi Sage and Sulphur tUlr Remedy." folks recommend ready-to-ute btctuM) It darkens the balr biautltujly aad remotei dind- ruff, slope stalp llcblnj and lall- tog hair; besidei no e-ne- can pcfsltlr toll, M it darieii so naturally anfl YOU molt- a sponge or eoft brush with drairlni this throuib tho tilr, taklns one- imill strand at aJ.Ume. By morr.tGg gray hair 'disappears; after another application or lu-o, 1U natural color Is restored and It becomes titck, rlowr arid Imirous, and you appear jreurs younger. Ing, furniture and.sweets, (candies] WERE CIVIC XWE COME AT LISH FRATERNAL DE.LE- GATE PRESENT Dunblln, Sent Frayne led today at his country residence, Mon'real: fepl'( -rench Park, county no.comm6n. He "ree hundred and Iwenty delei as fitty-su years old, an-! bad been 'rora Ule lrfde "nd bor organlzallons in Canada-asiem W. A. HARKIN, WELL-KNOWN JOURNALIST, PASSES AWAY AT BURRARD SANI- TRIUM MUST AWAIT DOHERTY'S RETURN Ollawa, Onl.. Sept. W. T. White's western trip will lo delayed or a few until the- return of Hon. 0. J. Doaerly, wl'o Is at present ,n the west HE FRIGHTENED A WOMAN Miss.. SepL he frightened a white woman In ber borne by hla strange actions, Henry Crowsby, a negro, was lynched on Saturday morning. Vancouver. B.C., Sept. A- Harkln, the doyen, of reporters on the Pacific coast, died at one o'clock on Monday morning, after an illness of four In the Burrard sanitarium. lale Mr. Harsln. came to the weal many yeara ago, was at one tlrce the city tdilor ot Montreal SUr. and wai auoclnted wlii the Ot- Journal vhta It wta started. He really tuuted nenrtptper career when sent oyt to cover the Hlel retelilon lor the Star. father former Conservt- tive member of the legislature for PreKOtt county, Ont., and his brot'iev, J. U. HarMn, connected with the civil service- at Oltawa. 'irst Division; and First Bill Passes the Legislature CARSON REVEALS PLAN OF PRO POSEO REBEL GOVERN- MENT IN ULSTER {Continued Froi Front Paje) AUCTION SALE Friday, September 26th jt 11 o'clock jura, on the yreia'aes. corner o' Slh. St. and 7th Avc, FRANK -WADDINGTON is favored with instructions Mrs. 51. E. Kerr, who la leaving to sell by auctlou and without res Household Furniture ejects, including: Dining Oak Dining Sectional Book Cases, Soltd Oak Hookers. Massive Oak Morrla Cbalr, very tuperlor Oak Itoll Top IJefck fitted vlfh drop drawer cysteoi; Manhattan Typewriter, Solid Oat Office Chair, Dining lloom Carpet. Axminster Square, H volumes Modern World Dictionary, works of Roosevelt, 16 volumes; breech loading SboUun In leather case, ty U C. Smltli, Oak Chiffonier, Sanitary Couch, Oak Dresser and Sfanc, Mounted Beds, Springs and Ostennoor Mattr-aes, Standard Treadle Sewing Machine, Curtains. Bed Linen, China, Glass. "Leader1' Uefrigerator, "Majestic" Range In apleudid a quantity of boltled SeaJera, etc. The Sale, will commence at 11 o'clock In the icoralng when the smaller articles will be The Furniture. Uedc, etc., will be offered at tne afternoon sale al 2 o'clock. TERMS, CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 469. 8. Bacon Hlllocl's, Calgary Sotth, vaived his right to nioTe a motion Asking lor documents in respect tf.e'Oalgarj' Land Titles inveatiga- ion.and said he would take il up on riiuKday. VllB IIIGHTKOL'S DOCTOR Stanley, High River, resumed ibe "debate on lhe address in leply to .the speech from the tnror.e; His ol'cnfng sentence accused the speak- ers on the Liberal side o! insincerity, which drew Irom Ihe Minister of Ag- riculture, Hon. D'jr.can Marshall, the coinnient "pretty iresh1', and some laughter. Dr; Stanley, devotej the remainder of hjs speech to a description of con- dition' of the feeble minded portion of the population and urged that a more serious attempt to ,deal with fceblc- as something crim- inal; but as sickness, should un- dertaken by the province. I'.eplvlng to Dr. Stanley's criti- cis'ro oi the election act, Mr, Tur- gepn; member for that Sept. 23. Sir Mwart Carson, leader oi the Irish Unionist; party, has startW on tho second week oi his Ulster campaign by de- livering speeches which have led the Liberal newspapers to ask whether he should hot he prosecuted lor sedition! or be deprived of his membership in cam- when i the privy council. The Ulster paign was entered upor, today the Ulster.Unionist members el par- liament were inbrmed c! the civil and military plan to be pursued when the lioxe rule bill lor Ireland be- comes law and were also admitted to a knowledge of the leading leatures of the proposed provisional govern- ment for the north oi Ireland. A labor leader in a letter to the press today' wains the public that the chiefs ol tho labor party are finding it harder fp control their fol- lowers in tho lace of the threats be- ing made in Ulster to forcibly resist home rule. in his view electors ot Alberta prefer the enumeration to cl me'tiiod of preparing voters' lists in WILL TAKE A PLEBISCITE Medicine Hat, Alia., Sept. bers of .the .Council are practically agreed lp 'submit the matter of a sub- way under'the C- P. H.-tracks to'a corned by (lie Mayor of the city, "and Commissioner Ainey, and tlie'iecre- tary-treasurer Montreal .Trades, and Labor Council, J. T. For tlie first time in the a'lfrfojr. of lhe convention, thoro was an-official fraternal delegate from present, in the person of .Will Thortio, member of the British House'of Commons, and a prominent labor lead- er In Great Britain. The opening session was devoted to tfresEfiB of welcome. Man., Seot. Victor Pople, st-jitenccd to be hang- ed on 1 hureday of'this "week has been reprieved, ar.d though the Minister of Tusltce. Hon. C. J. Doberly, is In Win- nipeg, ar.d has discussed the case, Pojile Is not yet aware that he has an- other chnncc for life. Awaiting official word from OttnvrB, the Jail authorities have not told Pople the news, and today, from his con- demned cell, ho can hear tho carpen- ters building the scaffold on'which he cxpecls lo hang In less lhan sev- enty hours. J.D. Me Arthur Within Two (Continued From Front oor.d holders and the Royal Bapk and construct line between Edmonton and Fcit on a route >p- Tirovcd hy the government, .specifica- tions, 'however., to te similar to those ol the K. n. snd B. C, rsll- way. If the mileage hclwetn termin- als iloc-3 not exhaust the guarantee, the remainder will le used lor branch line on similar terms to be London, Sept. the death at Melbourne, Ont., ol Krncst.Cfitnnbfll, s young divinity student, Dr. Kricrt- inann lost the first ot his patients to receive his serum treatment fn this He took 3 second injection, but although the disease, was {n its first stages only, it made rapid progress. He vts student at Knox college, Toronto. Brandon, Jian., Sept Grace, a local contractor, wa: found not guilty at a speedy trial hero to- day on a charge of false prelerce and iKnr.E-yttem was working splendidly. discharged. Accused sold aomo Only, aboyt half a (ioicri connections land, a portion of which wns mort- and fold the purchaser H was clear. Me owned adjoining property tvere cut all told and two of these re- crmacclod. Sl'pi. Craig of Dakota, of Laurie, has and a mortgage on that covered a few feet of the land Bold Uler, later specified by the legislature. The province rcill pay (ho dlfierence.' be- tween the interest earned by the money in the hanks, 3J per cent., and the guarantee by the province at- per cent, due bondholders. All sums properly payable In claims flled with the government it 111 he'assumed hy the contractors. Mr. McArthur li closing, stipulates for an extension of lime for two years from Slst'iXcem ber next for tlic completion ol tho work and agrees to commence work before that dale. The Premier in a brief slatertwn' accompanying the reading o( the let ter said the, proposal was.'satlsfac tory to' all parlies immediately con cerned, including the iiovernment. To ntnirow a bill to repeal the cjpro priatlon act ol 1910 by which pro- ceeds of bonds tvcre taken .liy