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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Twelve Societies Will Take Part in the Par appeal citizens to give tkis movement tKeir Heartiest support S. f .i .t Your Collection will be' feddv for Gall at the Quick Print Block, -Dufferin Street, de amount (IT.P. CENSURED IN WMJCE COURT Sept. is not tne. first; disgraceful treat- mentTof'Jtbe Grand Trunk "Pacific to- wards its-employees lias come to my said; magistrate in the local police court this morning in six laborers who for their money! fraye.Known men to have to wait ror their money be- Wre't'h'e'y town, when they Had another situation ready for them in'some; During that time" to pay -board and wait -aroilndj.-i'oi; their money -besides loss that; ;tirae. Whale" be: v.ery-mu-ch in finances to wealthy, companies like the Grand Trunk; very, large item men who: have to work" to day in order to live. .Mr. Collison (the Grand Trunk PacificJawyerj, I advise you to bring state "Of affairs-forcibly before the your -company and enCeavoFto keep such a name as tine Grand .Trunk.Pacific out of the com- mon court concluded the -.It appears that the Grand Trunk Pa- cilic. has no off ice here an'd au- tnority-'nas received from Win- nipeg before :the cheque will be spring" there have been -hundred of these 'cases' set- tled in the. police 'court. EDITED BV SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. T., will hold her post-nuptial "reception Friday between the "four" and seven at her 284 Bruce. street. NO FURTHER JDANGER C PROM CAVE IN ,.Leacl, S. D.; Sept.; small cave in: of .earth''on? Main street' and Gold street .yesterday morn- ing over a fill in an slope.. Tie- sinking, of the 'earth a bursted water- pipe. The gap on the surface is about 25 :f eetKby: 30 and the depth of .the- cayeVin -.abpu't 135 feet. A com-" plete finished yester- day .'afternoon.'shows, that ho danger of further-'cave in earth being" -the slope. The work p'f m' commenced-. T DEAD .thy, B. county stanch' and mayor of man, 'banker and manufacturer; idied Colum- ihospitar'in "'G-reat Palls, at 5.30 o'clock this afterao'on, "after- suffering 77lt.h flRVS Mrs. is entertaining Mrs. J. H. Farmer of Frank for a few days.-. The: Hon. ;Kodblphe Lemieux, Post- master-General, who is..rat- in lOndon, -will sail for South Africa on October He willr accompany the will make 'aikop'Vat, .Mrs, Le- ;wni" also b.e -of the party; all leave for London next weelt The 'ostmaster-Generar is expected to; re- to Canada1 byj the middle ofJ Jan- iary; next jV The- marriage of -Miss Leslie 'Smith, f of Mrs. Smithi.to-Mr. Allan lontreal, son pf Mr. Justice and -Mrs. lagee; of, Toronto, will take place .in t. John Mr. ".and .JVIrsV.F. D.. Shaw, Bartlett 'yesterday '.afternoon' from ,L. ahe firm of .Hewitt jleft "for Lethbridge married to Miss Coons; daughter "of 'Mr. real estate agent of Lethbridge. air, Hewitt cam-e to Medicine- months ago from Michel, B.' began business in, partnership" with. Mr; Bolduc, on Toronto street. He will bring ,his b ride to this .city 'to. Hat News'.'' At the tea'hour.: yesterday a few intimate; -friends 'dropped in. for a chat and cup of "tea. with Mrs., Reeve, and Miss Jeffry ,of Vic- served at the card iabies in of the eveaingi The honor favors were won by Mesdames C...R. Young H. J. Goode and Vrooman. 4 The guests included Mesdames S. p L. Naismith; J. 'Yoxtngi Gun- nihgham, Conybeaxe, j Vrooman, J. "Goode, ;Ander- son-and Mise Pattes'o'n. Miss Jessie cl the cpmiag.week, and MrrFienimg will be the honor -guests" at alviarge in the Caledonian hall Friday evening, the host being Mr. and Mre: aid Mrs. Donnan, Mr. and Mrs. Rome and Messrs. -Barnsley, Fisher and Johnsfcone is entertain- ing at dinner this evening complimSht- ary, to. Miss- The -.marriage, of Winni- fred, Anderson and Fleming will be. celebrated, Quietly Wednesday even- ing at nine o'clock at Knbx church by tke Rev.-A. M. Gordon. Mrs. Cunningham: will' be., a, bridge hostess this S; -his .'biiide returned frdmu the the ed morning: ing .up' their :Mrl' Sh'ep-; herd's new-..home on, Asfimead- streec, Mr. and. Mrs." W. A. Buchanan left; afternoon fbr'a'f-lytdg visit to. the- Pacific A" congenial 'cbrterie of: 'guests thered around the, bridge, .tables'.in drawing rooms '.last eTenihg. --and esnjoyed several g.uiet profusion to .the '-was '.uge last evening. Dr.; J. S. Stewarfe have." returned from their visit to Brampton and other Oit'ariol crs. ter Maisie, returned h'ome this, after- noon from a six-weeks' trip1 and'.other eastern pointsj Paul Winters, yardmaster ;iere, and Mrs. Winters, married city, arrived..home this' morning ;from '.their honeymoon- trip, which, they spent at Banff. v" CLUBS AND Club- tripped; the light strains of Biner's 6 in. being''tie: nrst'-.ot________ Everyone a delightful- and dainty, served. The lion'tj "Worry Clvib. their second "dancing party son's: series in the this evening. The .Parish -A rian's church -win- Millen, corner of .London RoadV.-and.1: Crafib street three ptoiiiinetit; Ofliceic will; ''.take; migration 7LscJtieme: c to. trie" rail-way1- COMMITTED ir1; Sergt. he 'property filling'-and Vlagrath Rev. T. P. Perry .celebratea the riage of, Thoinas. Jloberton And5 Mrs. Alletta 'Christensen, of ieth- bridge. at the Wesley cnurcn parson- at ;work up; to last busnels .bf wneat" goes fall the latter ,wouM jb ut 'the -igppners. "'thinned in '.ijiaces. :_: in, 162 acres th'is lour to five .'inches but: of '-the. and looks fine.': Ever held in city of Lethbridge commences on The Eyely Sales Company, of Calgary and Vancouver, announce THE FURNITURE SALE Of7 The Ford Street, opposite Fire Hall, west of Post Office Every Stick of Furniture in the Entire Stock will be stripped of profit'until half the stock is sold. ..Everything, inchidingf Rugs, Lace Curtains, Linoleums, Carpets, Mattresses, Table Cloths, Sheets, Blankets, Comforters, Kitchen NO RESERVE SALE PRICES i Our prices are twenty per cent: bet- ter than Eaton's price. Our stock is all new. We guaran- tee the stock atid styles to be right. We expect to sell.one half the stock the first ten days of the sale. Our prices we guarantee, the best ever quoted "in Lethbridge.. Everything reduced. Store opens daily at 9 a.m. r EDITORIAL ..On 1910, The Lethbridge Furniture Co. will remove to their new premises the Sinnot corner Crabb and Bufferm Streets, and. into the new building. Nothing but a ,new stock mustgo. With this end in view we have given our stock to the Evely Sales Company of Calgary, to sell the entire stock as contained in our two stores on Ford street, prior to our re- moval to our new premises. We give them a free hand in order to accomplish our wishes. Hence this sale. SALE PLAN! prepared- to handle credit schedule plan. ..Freight prepaid on all goods to out- side "points. Railroad fares refunded on pur- chases of and over. Everything reduced. We expect to do business with the people from the towns: for 200 miles around. Stock on the Firing Line. You-will on every thing-you buy ;