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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta itf, A L.HA Aj EDITEC) BY "INO" Olflce Phone 1224, Residence Phone an; lio'wiivrr. ri'slricicil lo til" 'KowW niinov.cil out' of tlio; lii'st alxiw, bill u fnrilial invilalinii Is uA known wuinvii'lo l.unilon. As1 wile o( li'iiili'd to tlic EMMTiil inibllc.' Vicar oi All j A will lit1 prc-Miltn! Wall, slit.1 tool; an adivo iiart in his ami rpfh'sliiiicnts scrvcil. i work, and slip wrote some excellent 1 "Dayrell PROMINENT MEN ARE ARRESTED Former Treasurer United States and a Preacher in Jail New Vork, PINCHED CREEK NEWS I'iiiclii.'r Creek, conilntMifL'il last on a' portion of Hie Kt'wage or druin system long considuration of the tou'li council. A drain has bum laid to relieve I ho pressure of surface water Ol {from residences on the-hill adjoining Ihe Catholic church and convent. Tim drain traverses the liill, crosses Main streel and proceeds past the opera house The Piiiehcr Creek Really Co. rwnumco ..-non. igSSSQSSSH 'Ktr.daiy Captain T. II. Aivers-' L- M.V.O. (Scow' Vine, "As Ncw Kept. 25.-.liired FlaRK, The Pi.R'te Creek Itally Co. I controllrr or the household (la-v "''I'l'J life xtatps Irrasuri'r Uan- "amo ol IICW reil1 !irm Cp.ii.iloc is llic wnl or nnlile. Mr. Roc. brother of Mrs. W. V. LOUR, dcsitli.' These icl N Hie HCV. James T lvllidl "'as "V here last week. Hie "liia.......t, priili- ol man, llic McMillcn anil Mr. Harrow, of Jliss Cllu'il anil live others of Klagf's -I- Tilc cpinpany announces that it has MMTtc'st cliaiiii ol woman, Ihe scorn ton, (Int., who have ton guests faplnm II. f Wilier wliu ls (l.villK at III.T summer ,vho one hundred thousand dollars to In- o! rascals, anil the latest virtue of St. Cyprian rcictury [or Hie. past ..ife.de-ca.mil. ami Ciiiitahi Oxford, Massachusetts. She I vestin the district. M. Ormond, rascals, and the rarest virtue of St. Cyprian reetqry for j left for home today. irosc is entertaining her oi .Monlreal. 'son Ihe late .1. .Mr. and'.Mrs. Ml ill I III! City C. I Krniik llcillry from lire cast liiiivi'i; tomorrow ill Mr. K. M. Canon, of N'cw lloliert Canon, is' few days in the city and li near ami K. tf. Woithington, H..A.M. i L'. nipilical I home. Oxford, Massachusetts. She vt.slcrll.lv o[ u I vest in the district. M. Ormond, wa., born there and there J solicitor, is the agent. rcturnen to end her tov woro JJHTEXI I ofop- spcii-lins at his r Isliiml. i I'i iit present, visiting the Dnkc and nf' and, at Alinvick CusMe. Tin1 Misses Munro, of J hi mi) Ion, (nit., who hi'en with .ImuV-S Pea I, (in route from a l-rip west, It'll imlay for ihc c'uSl. wed; front tonight you, an iv to a I tend iimiia! suppoi of y churcli the good things the iadics St IVVinioa (liiilil nf St. AugUKtin's i parish will inecf tomorrow afternoon at 3.30. The officers arc for a'vtiry full attendance, and they ex- lend a vuiy invitation to nil in the jiarish. lo come lit and assist the liuild in its work. days. Early hi life .Miss Harlon taught gat, In j; gave out a held in this Presbyterian, and Metho-j school and foundi-d the free .schools of New Jersey, hut at twenty-four; she accepted u clerkship in Washing-j ton. .She resigned her posii.ion at the lie- ginning of the Civil War statement in which, though admit-' churches on lliat the profits of this in vest- observed service, mid. when the war sho original.-d and carried On ;al her own cost., :i .systematic search for irissinp; ineiit cuticern had averaged over fifty per cent, a year he dp.clami every j dollar of H had heen made honestly through legitimate stock- exchange I transact ions. There Sunday morning. I attendance -U hoth. Tlw hospital shower, in aid of the local institution here, will be held in tin- opera house 011 October, tith. This alTair was postponed from a previous Business Miles Boyce has taken a sit- _j, nation in a Chicago factory jmd left for that city last week. ENSIGN KILLED j Sept. Ensign i Bolt, i date to permit of the hall being used iett for Columhia for political meeting. The '.'show- now jn California, v.'ill consist of donations which have been specified in the local pap- Mr. and Mrs. FJ. T. Saundets and ig f S. A Murhaiiai was a i Nr. H, A. Nieliulsiin h-ft f HiUiil. to a few days lu'i'o leavifti; Oii a irij) Toronto. Mr. iiitd W. W. Douglas, Mr. .'.rid Mrs f." Du'tiglas, all were visitors in the city i iSaturtiav. BIRKENHEAD STOCK MARKET j The usiir.l Wednesday evening SIT-. Thi: Sick-Uoom are de- vice church will cum-1 lighten' with the prowecls of their bine Hie League in a -Saturday sale, which lo 'joint iiuvMii.-: "ii Tsicsdny evening at Uventy-iwo dollars. Thvy are very. i V.'estriiiiUiU'i ehnrch. .grutcFul to Kirlilian: Urns, for the nse Of their slore. Hnchon who I The Christian :Kndeavor.Society of kindiy loaned labli's. and HIE MUSON TSi. church, will hold a so- "nd Hisch Co., who lent a vietrola; GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC BUILDING NEW VESSELS Vancouver, Sept. js under- t-ial tjVL'i.int; loiiiorrow at the Sunliearns meet on ;s Vrooii'.Mti will lie the The anthem, "Siiviour, when night miiMrrhw-aflfintonn, oi" ;i involves tin; was i.ieauViuilly shnwc'r" for Ilaruie, Hit; sung at the eveninj; service of Knox jride-eiecl. J church yesterday, fhc solo part being til if en iiy Mr. G. F.. Fleming. ?.ln. .Seh'.vr-hzer. Mrs. Stover and j arc Kathleen and the communicants' class Southard, Margaret McKIIlop, In- rt'ciliicsUay evening. zola llardjc, Myrl 0'IIaRan, Church, Ililfia Church, wlifii nielli Mnri'iiv. Dottie Ijiving.sloiiP, Ivy Gor-( k Murray, Isabel Smith, work war, following the arm1 Slit- was honored with (lie fJold Cross of Hadcn and tin; Iron Cross of Ger- many, Returning to America, Miss fiarlon jsto'od the Grand Trunk Pacific will organized in 1881 the three turbine steamers In Eng- ed Red Cross Society and was its'land this winter for Vancouver Vic- first president. jtoria, and Seattle runs. Two years after this, she :iiTp.ntcrt '_ the appointment- of and steward of She Reformatory Pri-'l' son for Women at Khcrhorn, Mass. IJorlage hi Man., is visiting with her daughter here, Mrs. M. Orniond. Kine wratlier prevails here now af- ter a three days' wet and disagree- able spell. In order to learn the automobile Liverpool, Sept. Rogers nnd Company, Liverpool, cable to- tbat was very slack In market and although Sat- urday's quotations for States and Car nadiflii from IS to 13 cents per pound were maintained. It was on7y with great difficulty, as quality of the cattle was very poor and with supplies heavier tlwy would re- alized 1CB8. When nearly seventy, Miss Barton iiaB McnUey, Ciluilys Lambert, othy KiMitlcv -and Tiena MeQura Rally Day was very fittingly oh-- uhries be ihn The U'pinen's. Auxiliary of S't. Cy- Vrv'ed by the U'oslcy Sunday school l.iulips' Aid rncrt- nrian church nill nice I1 at the home yesterday nmnng the Armenians in and j again the hospital work jn ihc Span- war of 1989, and the Anglo-Hoer war of Syinpafliy with sufierinp was the If Hoyd, on Thursday af- Mi's. Uownian is u.vpe.cted Lome- !fif early part oi Hie week fr.mi ivhiTc s-lie owing In '.In1 iline.ss of her t'aihr.-r. Mivs Hawdcn rpturned from :i li'in cast this morning. Miss Harden away a i in .points. .Mrs. .J. McN'ico! entertained just a t'ow friends on Saturday at tea hour; in courtesy to Mrs. Sprin- glc, tif Monireal. who is a gner.t with her sisier, "Mrs. Ambrose. Though the affair was very small, was exceedingly enjoyable. afternoon, which was the hundredth anniversary of the death of Koberl Kaikcs. Mr. 0. Aus- tin a and in- aihiress nn (he life and won; fif Roiiert Haikes, ihe fqunder of the modern Sunday-school. The music was of ;i special character, es-1 chorus by two of -the j !adie.s' cl.i.ssns, and the choriis j keynote of Clara Barton's life. MOLSONS BANK IMPROVEMENTS! 3itd by primary dcpnriment. There irgp ai teiidftnce, a nit the day a pnv win'jieghi siicc'issful in the his- sclioo: Jarvis street was a m-wt ttist 'rhtirch, Toronto, on Tlnirs- Lory of ihc anil Mrs. II. Mcl.tilland j day, Sqitcrnber 1 i, L, by the. Rev. for Tnronio, wlierc Mr.; T. T. Shields, Klcanor The Salvation Army harvest and -will continue "his studies i yonngi-.st daughter of Mr. "anil Mrs., thanksgiving services yesterday were John We.strai, Toronto, to Mr, Frank 'marked by larpc crowds, particularly Medley, Fhin.O., i'.ethhridge, the evening service, when ihe bar- only HOD of Alt'- 'anil Mrs. J. C.' lied-1 racks was taxed1 to iff-: utmost r ca- loy, of Toronto. pncHy. nc Cunyijt-are left ioilay Hal, where, slie will he iriicst of Mrs. or .ton (lavs, Pinglc for a WCCK Flowers, fruits and vegetables made A numlinr of the teachers and some n pnil.ty dfcoration, while large of their friends formed a surprise par- of hcautiful fancy goods Tins, is (he night-of the card soe- jy jiu, Cursing Mission, on Satur-1 were exhibited, iaf Allai Society of St. Pat- day complimentary to Miss The services ami music were very cimreh; and no iloulit all who Cunninghiiiii, of Toronto, who recent- bright.ami iiltr.iciive. Tonight thorn ly joined tlic lyisKion .slaiT. [will be a short program ami an anc- Piiift carnalioiiK made a bright audition f.ale of fancy jffiods. [pretty decoration. -The time was j Then on Tuesday niurht the Salva- iii tend enjoy themselves tlior- Af, WuKk'y eh i) roll last evening be- tui'c. ,1 crowded congregation, Rev. Mr. IVrry preached a convincing ser- mon on "CojiflicU with Unbelief." Mr. Wood's pleasing .barilnnc voict: was pleasantly spent wilh after j tion Army Hnnd will hold a musical which'a dainty menu was served. 'io fine advantage in Ihe solo, .various Young People's societies and "SoiUy auU while Mr. the school leathers: of the cily, Hhynd also sang with reception onV jiressivc utteraiicc! September invitations; festival, and on Thursday evening at fi o'clock tlu; children will put- on a The social commiUi'C of Ihe Y. M. (lomonstruiinn with scythes, liiivc issued .invitations t.o the rakes, forks, etc. -so doubt the chil- dren's performance will be well worth The ueccni of :Mrs. Montague on their building here. A new-brick front will be .mil in and the general! appearance oT ih-a premises altei'ad. The'bank will spend several thousand dollars on Ui-s building, making it complete anil up-to-date. T-Ioicon and Leader have the contract for tire cbangej. FOUR FATALITIES IN CHICAGO TENEMENT BLAZE Chicago, Sept. people wci-3 killed and a score' injured to- day when fire broke out in a double four storey brick tenement house at j ll'lfi South Sangamon street. The fire, which is believad by police to be of incendiary or.-ghi, starred in the basement and rapidly spread .to the upper floors occupied 'by 'eleven families. Excrement followed the discovery of flames and doz-ens of women and children were rescued with di 111 cully. Two babies were thrown from upper window by fran- tic mothers :ind were caught in iha arms of Louis CoUjUhoun, a pal of Miner's, died in the hospital of Westminster penitentiary. Hill j the! We are reducing our stock of Shot Guns If you are thinking of buying a new gun, come in and look our stock over See the L. C. Smith gun that we are offering at a "Hum-dinger" STAEFORD-AGNEW CO. If you live out of town, write us." HUDSON'S BAY The World's Greatest. Traders COMPANY Over 2OO Reputation Home Furnishings you will find of much in- terest at "The Bay" To pay a big price for a rug does net-ensure getting the bast pos- sible article for any given purpose. Hugs should be carefully chosen for the particular us'e to which, they will be Silk Persian Rugs may he excellent value but if subjected to hard wear their value quickly ciiininislies. For Very hard wear there is nd rug' to 'equal a close pile Wilton. Wilton Rugs at Attractive Prices Wiltons are made of a peculiar hard long staple wool 'that will not tread flat and particularly suited for hard dining room wear. Our range of patterns comprises many fine Oriental designs, plain centres with self tone borders, beau.ti.fnl Turkey patterns, and many artistic designs in green, brown, etc. We are offering these usually paid for carpets of'a'very Oft. x TO ft. 6 in 9 ft. x 1.2 Linoleum That May Be Scrubbed Over yards in stock, all well matured and gooil surely we. can fix. up that new house for you. We never, had selection in stock and the price is rock bottom. y Inlaid In heal tile patterns, also some very good parqnely de- signs. Patterns through to back. Strongly recommend- ed for hard wear. 90C sq. yd. 50c Curtain Nets That Are Popular The pi-elliest iratterns ever We are constantly hearing Iliis reiimrk iipulied to Ihe itainty and exclusive range of window nets we are now showing. These nets are most deservedly popular, neat and artistic. In design. T'uuj imus and are easily cleaned. While, cream, ecru and Aruk, are all well represented at prices, 20c iier .vnvf1- Printed Scrim, in artistic designs, 38 ins. 25c rej- yard Printed Best. Scotch Printed, patterns in best oil color, al- ways present a bright clean turf ace and pa (.terns are ficaly permanent. Floor Cloth Specially recommended.for bedroom use, nent niatttn? de- signs, all well seasoned and Free from blemish. 35C sq. yd. i- yd- Some Striking in Extension Rods Never before have we been able to offenhmcli a fine range of Extension Curtain Rods, values. We have bojight very largely of these goods and our prices are iu consequence ia gifent revelation. We offer different patterns'-; of j ceJlent value, :MK; -tOf.-'45e Then there is the new double rod; Chat per- mits of 2 pair of ciirtaiiiB being used ati.once, one behind the other. A wonderful with all set A 97 Piece Dinner Set for A full dinner set for 12 persons, consisting of 97 pieces qua- ware, highly "'Inned. artistic Ailnm's design border, in old, Delft A set of good qunlity and cla-isic design, full 97pieces f blue. White and gold tea onpn and saucers. per dozen Plain Whita tea cups and saucers per dozen Suit Cases 90c Plain glass tumblers per dozen Fruit Sealers, all one price, per dozen....................... A Suit Case tint is light, strong and durable surely possesses all the most, essential points of iho perfect article. This is what we claim for our new of dark brown color with extra strong: leather corners, neatly lined inside, fitted with good lock and extra spring ratchcs, it cur- lalnly Is a marveJ at, Iho very low price nsked: 22 in. -lii.2.5 24 in. 2ft in. Gladstone 50c 85c you want to a lot of extra clothes with you, fall buck to the old Gladstone, the it la alniOBl. to fill. There alwayi, Hoemi to be a a pare corner in a Gladstone Bar, however tight you pack It. In dark brown hide, grained long straps, strong metal hag worth 24 inch. We otter a limited number only ;