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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letitbridge Pally September T rv lag Day Twelve Societies Will Take Part in the Parade Tke committee appeal to tlie citizens to give tins movement tkeir keartiest support mm TYPOS' FINE Many Clever Speeches by Men of Scissors, Ink and Paste to. The 'Ferriie, "Sept. over there was I j best banquet than any other ban- quet.given by anybody or any society' m Ferine, it was last night, when the boys of Fernie Typographical Un- ion, No. 555, entertained a few of their friends upon the occasion ot j their first-annual banquet at the Wai- I of the profession to which he belongs, by being made attorney-general, the people of Victoria will fmd that be well qualified to take care of the social side of Ms position, as welf as to look after the legal affairs of the province. The Mayor's Response Mayor Herehmer, responding to the toast to tlie City of spoke of the bright future lying before the town as .a manufacturing centre, and urged upon all citizens to work in harmony for the general good. Editors Bennett and Pedlar, added to their reputations as bubbling hu- morists in their responses to the "Scissors and-Paste ac-d were followed by A. J. Carter, who lriedvand succeeded ;in carrying water' upon .both shoulders slopping over in answering to the toast to the ''Employing Printers.'' Mr. Turkwell had. some good humor- ed fun at the expense of the popular of District 18, when it. Your Collection Boxes will be ready for you on Friday. Call at the Quick Print Offices, Brodie Block, Duffer in Street, be- tween f and g Prizes to tlie four ladies collecting the highest amount tiest, neatest and most sumptuous re- pasts ever spread before a crowd of hungry It when tin1, afier feast .of was' -begun, .but it .proved to good quality as, was the feast of heavier matter which j it. Burtl Whimster, president Of the lo- cal union, sat at the head of the table, with W. R. Ross, M.P.P., at his .righti and. Mayor Herehmer at his: left, .whiieJSdijuxrs Bennett, -of the. Ledger, and redlar, of The Free Press, and "A. J. Carter, secretary of District 18, U.M.Yv. Of A., held "the next" seats oi honor! ;W. S." Stanley, -toast master, late the Ledger, sat at the oth- er end" of the table, flanked, right ana D. 'V. Mott and G. G.- Mei- of whom have been connect- ed, in days with the same publication. B.-F; Lester, of the Hosmer Times, I of the Lethuridge j Local, No. -'551, and L. Sullivan, of t'he, Cranbrook- Herald, were also present. G. G. Henderson, the founder of tlie "Free perhaps the oldest j member of the union in the interior j of -the .province was also present and j proposed the toast -to Typographical Union 555. The Local Member W. Ross, K.C., M.P.P., beingj .the first- upon the iist, responding to "the toast to the province, set the "ball rolling with an 'eloquent little speech which "ran 'as smoothly as clear" wa- let over smooth rocks. lie baulked at! the. hugeness .of his subject, and sad- the responsibility for his shyness upon that point upon'the ample shoul- ders of-his absent leader in. the gov- j Hon. Richard McBride, the i ".Native premier of the prov- ince. 'Mr. -Ross has "Developed into one of! the' firiesT; after''dinner speakers in the country, and if.' the..'statement made by Mayor Herehmer, who followed 1 him, proves correct, that Mr-. Ross 'is to be placed at the head. would make a sally at the -expense of absent, colleague, -by stating that he-supposed-: he would .have to a double-barrelled speech, but was promptly told that a man of his build couldn't fill a single barrel. an-d G. G. Mei- kle- gave very -interesting statis- tical information as to the workings and objects of the great union to which they belong, Mr; Whimster call- ing forth applause iy his very concise marshalling of-the salient fa'cts re- garding the work done through the union. Mr. Sullivan, of Cranbrook, told a refugee'hen story, "a reminiscence of the great was one ot the gems" of an evening .filled with spark- ling gems-of 'wit, -and the two bash- ful typos from the- Free Press Office, Andy Davidson and. John Gorle, ex- hibited -'their Ignorance of the subject assigned to' them, in a way that brought the house down up- on them... Archey' Buckley-and B. F. Lester were both treated to surprises, being called- upon., though not -down, on the programme, for speeches, but both were game" and are now ranked among those who can Mine. Host, Leslie-Mills, made one of the- hits of the evening, when he was toasted as'host. The. programme was punctuated throughout, -by music from one -of the finest orchestras that has been heard The name of George Washington Childs, founder oi the home for Printers at Colorado Springs, when mentioned by one of the speakers as the Patron Saint of the Typographi- cal Union, brought forth a round of applause, showing the deep hold his name has upon the members of the union. The most -successful eveujb was brought to'.a close by the singing of "God Save The and "Auld Lang every guest going awav glad ,that he had been a guest at the first annual banquet, of the Fernie Union and hoping that there may nev- er be-a last. An Important Feature in Your Stove is s Well Proportiened Fhze If, because your range is not satisfactory, you are vised to pull down your chimney and build a taller; pu: a stack on the one. you something else that involves expense and Dontt dp it until you have examined'your Range nine oat of ten times the cause of failure lies.' Cornpare the flues 'of.'any other stove with those If your flues are too large, the products of combustion, are carried quickly past the, point where they should be enormous fire to do little work. the flues are oven to work and' the natural result is dissatisfaction. In a "Happy Thought" iHange this feature has "been thoroughly-; studied and is no trouble of: this'kind whatsoever. Our book on ranges sent free to-any address.' Win. Buck Stove Co., Lid., Brantford. GEORGE H. AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGK DOCTOR IN AN EXCITING AUTOMOBILE-ACCIDENT Dr. an -assistant of Dr. F. H. Mewbrun, and a chaffeur, had a narrow escape evening when the Ford car in which they were travelling along" "Westminster Road between No. 3 and IST-b. '6' turned over and was practically demolished. Dr. Shillington and the whose name is not known either to Dr. Mew- burn or at the Standard Garage, were thrown to one side and escaped with severe bruises which will keep them both to their'beds for some days. The accident was due to to sharpi 'wheels jack- Tmifing and the car over al- endways. They travelling; at a fairly fast rate at the time, v WANTS TO SEE: THE PROMENADE COM-PLETED. Sept. Grey I is manifesting interest in. the 'further .uuprovem-ent of Quebec in Che direc-, tion of ccrapieting Lord Dufferin's project of a. promenade around tne fortil'ications. One hundred, and fifteen, students are registered -at the "Western Medical uoiiege; London. The Evely. Sales idge Furniture money now-Sacrifices profits now- 14 days among the -Furniture _ ft First selected Glass Tumblers. 5pc per 1 1 SHEETS 11 by 4 White Sheets Rail, spec lb. Gray blankets .f S? lb ali wool White Blankets S3 lb. White Blankets x 12 Wil x 12 Axn Bru nice line of Comforters 51 x 30 Ve! tte Couches, up to the snuff 90 Leather Early English, latest design. Usual i Now 52940 1 i% ft i CURTAINS Nottingham Curtains, per pair...................... Tapestry Curtains.......................... OQ Pillows, each.............................. 50c 6 All Feather Pillows, each.........'.. P A IRON BEDS Brass Rail, 1 and 1-8 in. pillar, 1-4 filling and brass mounted Very CARPET SQUARES BUFFETT Golden oak, 1-4 sawn combination buffet and china cabinet; curved doors; glass' shelves. Very fine. Was SS7.50. 9x12 Axminster x 12 Brussels SOFA RUGS tit) x 30 Velvet Sofa Rugs ..........................S5.00 MATS-' 12 ft. Axminsier Mat, ail must go LADIES' SECRETARIES Early English Design, very nobby .................55.65 Golden Oak. up to date, now Mahogany aiu-sic Cabinet, choice-design Early English design and finish quarter sawn oak Buffet, antique, copper mountings. Very latest, design Was 1 S.30.00. Now have a large selection of these eroocis TO chooae from DINING CHAIRS have a nice of 12 different designs ranging 511.95, All New Goods. SIR WILFRID IS AN ORATOR-BUT TALK HERE-That's enough-TO-MORROW-We expect the whole pood _ A A A down, people of every rank from the town, the to share In the Greatest Ftaniture Values ever seen in tlie City. FREE DELIVERIES. CREDIT PLANS.- SEE SCHEDULE. P. WOODS, Manager ;