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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ridge JDauy Herald, t t buy Lumber or of kind until you examine t> our stock, and get our prices and terms, A J saved is a earne d Round Street Phone 763 Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 at N. Lethbrldgc Taber Bow Island Milk River High Rlyw Clarashblm Nan ton Qranum Kipp Jet The Biggest Retail Business in This City Could Be Created by Advertising Exclusively in This Newspaper! No business of any moment could be built up in this city WITHOUT THE PATRON- AGE OF THE READERS OF THIS NEWS- JPAPER. -V 4" ANY BUSINESS wMcli persistently seeks and.secures, tlie patronage-'of ERS Of THIS NEWSPAPER can be made BIG ENOUGH TO SATISFY AJSTT AMBI- mercantile aspiration. If there is.any yisdpnrip. CONCENTRA- TIOjV. then tliere is in a newspaper, campaign of publicity-. Such a campaign is AIMED AT SOMETHING has direction, objective. There.are ed experiments, "no adver- tising' to proye your to "some cause, or faction-or interest. The patronage of this newspaper's readers can any this city; THE LACK OF IT CAN QUlfcK- LY 1W-MAKE ANY STORE OR ENTJER- PRISE IN THIS CITY. And. more and more, this newspaper's read, ers are coming into the self-interest habit .and practice of buying things that are adver-' tlsed-irr this newspup6f- of them every the firms that their are renders ing: And APPRECIATE 'FLIRTING A NATIONAL PERIL' A Maywood Preacher Says Coquetry Is Door To Court COMPELS WOMEN TO BARE HEADS Minister Insists on His S atipn in a Chi- .cage Church Chicago, Sept. a man neuralgia remove her hat in- ;church in obedience to the minister's proclamation? Should another woman wearing a Chicago, Sept. the true life story ..of the Chicagoans., di- t vorced in the last ten years'" were -written, it. would be found that the. _____ first station .which led'toward the f Bonnet be sit in front or in divorce court was a" ronika back of; retain her' head- tic" flirtation at an amusement .park j -L, or fashionable summer resort.' j" "And suppose a third supports a This was .one of introductory larS? "Merry Widow" creation with comments made last-.evening hy-- the seventeen hatpins to '.h'old it Rev. Percival H. Barker in a.sermon ask her to take 'em out? on. "The Pace That Kills" at .-.the First Congregational .church, May- wood.'.: is a potent cause "of''that coarseness _ and -.bestial Vulgarity .fioing so "much-'at-present-to impair the beauty and diminish -the FROM CRANBROOK TO EDMONTON Party Will Travel By Auto New Goverament Road The members of the Rev. (Special to the Feruie, Sept. first auto- mobile to make -the trip" from Cran- brook-through the Pass, reached Fer- "nie today. Dr.' Green, with R. E E. and H. W. Sup- Ple, of Bank, all of Cranbrook.'are making a trip-to Cal- gary to be gone a week-or ten days: They report the new road in good condition'for most of the distance'be-i ian church of Oak Park congregation answer in stentorian tones to each of these queries. The .request not to wear hats in ns -e church. was madc'a week ago. -In power' of 'American; home life, degr ad- K' Church the. official organ, of ing marriage to -the 36wr level qi congregation, members of the convenience -and to the still lower "lev- j church -were ,'not merely asked but el of -sensuality. Flirtations' notified to leave "their hats any- the social eyil.'-" he continued. Issues Warning to Mothers George AT Lucent Prpshvrer Ior Ot the distance 'be- Cranbrook, with the r All Users of EDJDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make ho noise or have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by Ask your nearest grocer for them exception of a few rough, unfinished Elko andFernie. where but on" their heads. in the morning with .a 'counterfeit umi-c sport of weak jaw, and, went so far as to com als, opens the front door to and the women on their "improv- disgrace. .If you don' .what; ed to- glance company your daughter keeps; congregation, -tiiiie of night she..turns" ihj. i. DOUKHOBORS ON THE MOVE TO B.G. F.ernte, Sept. coaches of Doukhbbors, with four cars of bag- gage, passed through today 'en route for Waterloo, west of Nelson. The M. F. M., railway has added Wi oiic uuiiis jtjn- i it'Axa. LU Its -T when gossips" iref busy .sound :'B: Johnston had not' obeved the rules Creek service, which will be J greatly appreciated by .those travel- the.hearing has growth of the decade ended in 1900 not been completed, 'and the case, is j 17.2 pei -'ient. she -.irouM have "Onn .UanCO, ti-'DSf1 her 'si-vth TmBiHnn was'stabbed has sn far K poeioon, weu. nas so lax M hers for tne last 3Q years_ recovered as to be able, to give evidence. his Mrs. Charles S: Frew and Mrs. J." "about as. pathetic wheeze of "They' jewshanj. j For" a "is the-ti His ultimat "coal caroa. bonnets. H the-time for 'tfife-'rhodern stumped. His. ultimattim followed, minister to shun-'.idle toothless' "-1 see of the congregation wear j and 1S -fitted generalities and-speak-in he said. r ._ _. T- .1 _ J_ 1.1 TllC Ot BALTIMORE :DROPS DOWN- From Sixth to Seventh Place in Popu- U. S. Washington, .jSept. 23.-rBaltimore, sixth, city in. the United States oin -point of population in 1900, lost .-that position and dropped to seventh'-. plaos, haying jn the last. 10 yecrs Seen outstripped by Cleveland, v-ijicntakes sixth place. Baltimore's .'population Js now as compared with Cleveland's tnp. city grew 9.7 per or; during the last ten .Population statistics, were made.puib- li-c today _as, follows Fair River, an "in- crease of IS.OSSj.or 14.1 per cent over in 1900. Lynn, ;Mass., an increase or ,S23, or 30.4 per cent, over in 1900.. 1620, ,or 4.S per cen-t W 'Mass., a decrease of from in ra., an increase oT 10, 820, or'19.9 per cent as compared in language. There is something almost do not-obstruct the view, but 1 criminal in .ignorance violation, of the rales. I "parents, concerning, the-.whereabouts ot' must that they Ire removed." their children during" the evening i A- M- the .pas- -tor's eye.. She with more., difficult marry, off a a picture-hat in-her effort to re- girl who -I1; took every-chap m the community than it j sometilnef hut the Rev. ;Mr. Luccock fatten, sheep, on. pineapple ice.' uatil the task was completed And tar, _thev assuire respoMbHities or- wifehood w.Jth the': enthusiasm of a Serino, the Italian charged with assault with intent to murder, has" been before Magistrate Cleveland, which had a population of in. 1900, grew, 49.9 per cent in just ended. Had Baltimore maintained its out sailing with comipamcns at! 'Colin ooard and was was 20. Kev. jas. Rollins, pastor of 'King 'Presbyterian church, was elect-' ed'president of the London Alllan-ce. one legged .man dance, for the at have club flirted awa- -.SMOKERS' STRIKE PLAYING OUT 'Parisians Who Resented Raise in Pric- es, Weaken in Resolution to Curtail or Quit Weed smokers' strike vis. playing out. When 'the minister of raised prices several months ;-ago .he -expected an additional month- of 'The first month ...showed a jdeficit of that amount, the showed a d-eficit of f iBy the third month the'smokers -had used lip the stores laid in before the advance in price. smoMng cheaper Many got tired "of ibranfis and an at- tempt to substitute the pipe for cigars came to nothing. Those who had di- minished or abandoned smoking weak- ened in their and. snows an Tincrease A clerk of'Vancou- ver, B. C., who had stolen ?350 from .his employers :by means of forged cn-egues, was -sentenced to nine naontns' imprisonment. Wafer sure the farnsce Seated air contains the natural 'amount of humidity -moist and refresh- parching 'heatgiven off by the average You'll enjoy more solid comfort and at the same time save coal by Installing Circle SKELETON VIEW OF "GOOD CHEER" FURNACE SHOWING SIQ "CIRCLE WATER FAN" eaUrdy surrounds the firepot and holds from 4 to 6 gallons.-is sufficient to keep the warm air supplied to each and every room almost as-humid as the outdoor air. That means genuine comfort without heating the house .above consequence a. substantial saving in coal. Even more important the economy is the improvement in th- health of your whole family. Breathing the humid, healthy air from the "Good Cheer furnace, they will escape the colds, sore throats and lung troubles which are. bound to follow the continued breathing of the dried out, over heated atmosphere produced by the average furnace with its make-shift little water pao. Before you decide on furnace which explains'more fully the advantages Vf, and its patented Circle Water Pan. "x- C- _; 4 THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., WOODSTOCK, Out. WINNIPEG, Man. Soltf. and recommended by Hick-Schi .Hardware Co., Lelhbridge, Alfa. their hearty'until they are incapablfe oi truly loving .their Husbands.'- (Danger Confronts Whole Country J'The flirt is likely to discover affin- ities in other homes and put his dis- coveries into practice.- Thus- flirting undermines the home: and when', home life with its sanctities, its 'calm, and deep joys and sorrows, ceases its charms for us in America, greatest and catastrophe in will follow. J .t.v "In respect menacing- evil, a: good rule for. youth is :-.a-Sfesist the beginning of flirting. r'-Tlirtation' is the first step toward seliVdegradation. 'The man or woman who flirts is hatching a serpent's.brood that will one day wake life to hiss 'and sting: he .is rearing wild beasts .of prey that afterwards turn, upon and rend him. Shake it at its birth. Flirtations view of 'life' far' more broaden' them. j_ (4rrPhance to "Acquire- Character The young men and women for whom I fear most in-a .big city are those who have nothing' to do "with their leisure hours. Would'that our young people realized-that while what they earn during the day jrqes into' pockets that which they earn during the evening hours goes into their, character. our youth cares for nothing be't- tian. lounging idly about the I streets, if they have no -high ideals toward which to strive, the devil likely to find their, an easy prey But let them acquire a passion for 'books filling up their life with high .holy interests, by- 'a thousand ties to the "true, the beauti- lul, the good, and they will be suc- cessful m their moral struggle .'In the final; the pastor spied an aged wpmsffi.who had "not removed her He suggested she might not be-able to hear and would-somebody kindly inform her by sign-or otherwise. "Q, I heard she said to" the pastor. "I wish you would let me keep this hat on. "I'm suffering from neuralgia and am. afraid of "catching a cold.1.' "My deaf we will make an exception in ubur replied the Kev. Mr; Luccock. ''These-drafts in jchurch sometimes cause annoyance." Frew cpmpla'med ".vices' of "the, in her case: "My hat doesn't bpther bonnetln-'' .stead of puffs and rats. I don't think I it should be necessary for re- move it." Says Trial IsfSuccess The pastor considered -his 'experi- ment a success.. He -said he thought women in the congregation would get before 'many weeks. -Husbands and -ferers through inability to" see-the pulpit welcomed the new order of things. CHICAGOANS TO -SEE CHEESE THAT WEIGHS 4.000 POUNDS CANTON, 0., MAKES GOOD GAIN Population of City Is as Com- pared, with in 1900__ Little Rock Holds D. C.. Sept population of Canton, Ohio, is an increase of or G3.7 percent! as compared with in 1900. -iose, 0., has inhabitant as compared with in 1900. The .population of Little Irk. is an increase of or per cent, as compared with 3.JUQ, i Tne population of La-Crpsse, Is an-increase of es-" comPared -.with 2' IDvu. 'f It BeJVIade on Flat Car in Apple- ton, Wis., .Require Dayrs Milk cf Cows Appieton, Wis., Sept The larg- est cheese ever, made will be construct- ed, on a Hat car at the John LV Jacquot cold storage pJaat'in this city week tor. exhibition at the- national dairy .show.. at the- Colliseum. in Chi- Oct. 2t) to 29." The cheese will -weigh p'ounds. It will -take from to pounds of milk "to "produce it That will mean all fhe milk for one day trcm of the best dairy cbws in uutagamie and it will take the entire output .from 250 dairies in the county for that day; i-Vom 400 to 5ut) men will De required to do the milking, but the entire cheese will "be made In one -day by N. 'Simon, of Nsenan, -by six expert cneese makers and six helpers. It will cost over S800 to' produce the 'big cheese, which will be valued at rrom to Sl.200. After' the ex- mtntion in Chicago the cheese will be' shipped to New York for exhfbrcion and then will 'be sold and cut Six Months Creclit if ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12th At 10 o'clock sharp at PercivaFs Farm, known as the old Silver Farm, sec. 17. tp. 2, range 20 There will be offered by Public Auction at the above the following HORSES Giliam, an the iteatty shipyards, Welland, struck -by a "heavy iron place soon arter. f AGED DIVINE vWEDS Sept Rev, Herrick Johnson, aged ident of Theological sem- inary, of Chicago, and Miss'Margaret Duncan, of married to- day at the Westminster Presbyterian I cnureh. .1 1 black gelding 1 grey Percheron mare___.'__.___s 1 grey mare g -1 brown gelding ..9 .' gelding .'..'.'.........'...-.___ 5 :1 sorrel mare 1 brown gelding 9 1 grey gelding ...................._" g bay gelding g grey mare 9 3 grey 9 1 grey bay. mare.- 1 grey mare 1 grey gelding g 1 bay "mare 3 3 grey 10 1 sorrel gelding s 1 bay gelding .............'m.......' 9 1 span mules 9 1 span geldings g 1 span mares 9 1 single mule g 1 colt heavy draught i Age Weight 8 '1450 8 150b S 1400' -9 --4300 S'.-' 1600 1250 .1300 1300 1200 1300 1350 1300 3400 1300 1400 1300 1400 1500 1250 1100 1200 1200 800 CATTLE 1 red cow, aged 6 IMPLEMENTS 6 -Fish -Bros.; brick wagons, -nearly new, complete with-whiffle trees and Beck yoke, 2% inxtfi tires 1 Bonanza 'truck wagon, 3 inch tires. 1' B. P. Moe wagon, 3 inch Hres. 1 Milbarn wagon, 2% inch tires, box, whiffle trees, neck yoke, complete. 5 basket wagon racks. v 1 McCormack swinging 'stacker. 2 sweep rakes. 3 seven-foot.Deering binders, with tongue and trucks. -t 3 five-foot Deering mowers. 1 ten-foot Peering hay rake. 1 Moon's top buggy complete, plow. S; sets double team harness.. 1 set double light harness.- Engine, 35 horse pover, double cylinder, mi er SPecial Separator, 40x64 inch." 1 his outfit almost new. Everything will be sold without reserve as the proprietor -_________is giving up farming TERMS: 6 months credit, with furnishing approved joint notes, or bankable paper with 8 p.c. per annum. Eight per cent off for cash. Wm. Percival, Prop J. A. Sinith, Aiict. This originally at J. C: Gravels bale Octobetl2th the sale taking place at the farm. ;