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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 2ft, 1U13 THE 1ETHBRIDGE' DAILY HERALD Page 7 ost Delicious CEYLON TEA-BECAUSE Or iTS UNVARYING GOOD QUALITY 10 BE BIG YIELD Factory Soon proving .Sugar Sept. Mer- chants Bauk la Raymond Vill open Its doors to tho public October 1- Some tay (hat there Is plenty of room (or iwo'banaBj others look upon Iba com- ing of. another bank optimistically and fay" that It may irprV out alright, but lids la certain, hauV com- ing into a town the she ot Raymond gives stimulus and Ufa to business, ami Hie banks should do a goad buel- uess. The bank will be located In tho Security block In the. Security offlcc." There they-liave a. vault ready for business. Tho Security Co. lias moved Its offices'upstairs; vroatber conditions for about tvenly days, alt tUe beets will- be out ot the ground before freezing up time -The factory rim will begin about October. 10, ;and will let: for about alx -Keeks. Manager Bllluon le picking up.all the Idle wen, there for the run.' There IB a shortage Mrs, Doris White Was Tired.of "Being Used For Football Saskatoon. Sept. she struck the blows with Ihe breach oi a shot guu which causrd th? death ol her husband after a long Quarrel during vrliirh time he said the' night had come Tor all three to die> includ- ing their I wo year olil child, was the cltar cut rummer in iirs-Dot Is White, charged with tlie murder ot her husband, told her story on stand in tr.e supreme court this morning. Mrs. toM a story ol constant abuse covering a period oi tvro years previous to the murder, when on more titan one occasiou choVcd her, trod on her stomach vhjle was pregnant, ar.d finally set'fire to of men In the Raymond -harvest fields! the IIOUEC she was In led sick, at present, and since the Japs, Bel- gians and Indians .do most of the pull-'1 ing anfl toping of the beela, tboy will now turn to. that, and sevcrp.l more harvesters will he required to tM theL- plicea on the machlnoE, and some lo- cal men. will go Into the factory tc work at their old places, because a rnah who has done the twbrk before and la acquainted with It, is more valuable tbnn men who bavo never had any experience fu'lbat line of The largest and moat productive crop of ever raised in this district Is now. being harvested, and the quality of the spuds Is equal to The.electric light potea have- been that of any other year, and they moved from1 the' centre of Broadway ta the t side of the street. Broad- "way now looks new street, but tlicro now should. 'be replaced Uie, tlreet lights, which were taken 4ont white the poles "-were boiii'g moved- Hcsldes tho moving of tho electric poles, pole In the centre ot th'e town where thb'elslit Btreeta con: verge baa1 been Tfimovcd and placed deeper In the ground. Ths supports teen, taken away, and In the tpring (iie'suberrijtir nys he in xp make a flower bed, and also .a.'few: trees. By .the appearance of aupervlsor's own homo and yard we would ack him to do tho work for. the town, then he will lie suited. It" "would- be 'httter still if ttie" town council were to an appropriation and build a -band aland around tho centre and flag" pole, then a few floors acd treea would make tho town centre more attractive. Some hare suggested (hat a public library thero and that the itretU be_ widened so as to give room for and lawns, which 1s a nexoel lent euggcsUofi. Beet digging began yesterday. teawa of tho Sugar Co., as well aa the engines are all iiuHIng beets. At the -rate the beets are pulled It fao about the mfddle of October before they vHII all bo out of the groudd. The la about ten tona to the acre. The" Sugar Co. has the large-sti acreage thfg year thai it has ever had, and with the small plota of the farmers; from Cardston and Etna on Springs on tha cast arid Clareaholm on the north, the company expects -one of the biggest runs they have ever had. With the a little "freer from a" .scab 3rbJch IB quite prevalent ia this country, s One man who has dug three' JB ere s says that off the plot be got between Eli and seven hundred bushels.' 'The mar- ket price Is not the best, but consider: Ing the quantity there is In the coun- try the price is good. Tho cabhasfl crop in. Uie-fitatrlct by far better than It haa ever been. Tho eeaEon has been ideal "for cabbage because of the length of arm ther and plenty "ol sunshine. .threshlnc jn this 'district, is nearly half done and it the present weather" ten or Ofteen. days near- t. up... .There a'.cbaalanL stream of wagons grain moving towards (die elevator mill and Although "there Is a Into the locking the door at the time. During that, time White tlireatjned to take her life more than once and her counsel strore to show that the wo- man was iti( constant fair ot her" liie, The criuie1 was white Goldspin'-s. 1 irr-t "-.eld'.the deceased. He instructed her to say hothiug o! it, for te bad bees trouble like this before. He then car- ried .the body down to the stable' and laid it at. Hit hoofs .of the hoists. The hired man toM her, as he says, slie said, to tell nothing and she pave this explanation for the stories she told various mounted police- men and at the inquest. Her story contradicted that ot the Kocks, who lived next door, Ou some important details, and she also de- nied the statements attributed to her by Sergeant Duhuc, upon which "the prosecution have largely based their loading platform. y great deal of ppjog but rery There are a at zauiy who not going to mar- ket any grain, It and Kill feed It to hogs and will bft'Reveral hogs shipped from Raymond this fall. There are.about in this district that will go ou the market ihe noxt month. This Is only a slartlog point Kelt jear two or times' that riiany hogs will go on the Liar lit during tha ssso month. JtcKay and Brojvn repre- sentlns -Delany's. Packing Co, iiave .ia town during Ihe past week selling etock In thp new company. Just Incorporated. The district is giving Ih6 packing company 'good s.'ipport, both ny taking stock and raising StOCk. Jess: Scorii left-, thjs momlrig (or Utnh where he is going to attend Hen- Inger'B Business College. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL ON CHARGE OF MURDERING CAS' BALL 4'ernip, H. C., Re- i.eckas' annual hall held in' Victoria the hall proved too HEIPLESS CRIPPLE 'FROM RHEUMATISM Hurt Utlj Tort Att Ctiitl Htnilf. 4 HOME PLACE, TORONTO-, UXC. Isth. 1909 'I cripple from Rhcu- _, LUiii for cearly a jea r. All dovni ihe lijjbt side, tbe pain nusdreedfal and 1 cot inove fo: the I-TFZJ treated two phvsiciini vriihout [jcuefit. I advertised decided to try then. After taking one IrOj, I was Hindu When 1 hid taken bopea, I conH iijr "artu almost gone; liking five boxes, I entirely I again, The cuie.oi inj bjr ruit-Actives y was indeed splendid tit tbt'doctorj failed to even relieve ac. "Fruita-tives" cured MKS. L1ZZZH woC 6 for lite, 25C. or Jrbia Pruit-i-livtj tiraited, Otuwa. i MILADI .d for' the guests. Dancing fcas kept up .to an early the morning. K. J, Smith, diEtrict Ag- ent Great son, spent the latter pact- of the week in Feinie on-company hiislcess. .'Jl W. Cole, travelling auditor ot tnc Oteat N'ortticrn railway i is. now in the citron; Koteit Dudluy, (Irand Dependent Order Fernie on, Oct. 6th, for a touifp! in- ipeclion of all Ibe lodges in1 British Columbia: Dr. Uudedge, ot Cranorook, ipent Friday and Saturday-in Fernie, on professional business: Bruno Cutri, the Cranhropk Italian Fulfillment There is a quiet sea, Bej'ond the- fartfoe-El line. Where all" my ships that neut astray Wbero all my dreams of yeacerday And all the things that were to Are mliie! There'ls quiet land, Beyond the setting sun. Where every task I quailed Andrall whsreln my-courase failed, Where all Ihe good my spirit planned, la.dose! Thtrc 13 a ijulel hopo, my bean Infilled, That !f. undaunted on I tall. This guiding star shall never pale. But z'tirie within my lauor's And there' a quiet tide, Flowing toward a That's swept by every-humble shore, And on Its fullest ebljs no more, Ami on that final swell My soul! Chalmers. MI.B8 Yctta Iloffenbacher, of Haa- cocki TlBiting with Mr. aiid Mrs. E. C. Giihault, 1234 SeventS Ave Mw. -H. 'G. CJarJre. this rndon for Calgary.' ivliere she frill -re- main until the cad'of the week. Itds Jiargaret.Wiseman, of Ojlntonj Ont; Is tbe gueat bister, Mrs, J. G. RoteHson. nt, 11. ivUe ot Cal- Earyl were' week end guests of their Horace Ford. V i Rev. J..-B. .and MJB; Francis ard Utilo Miss Francisf-hfcve gone to Hed Deer rtree weeks' vaca -ilon at Mrs. lands' home'.' t Miss Gladys operated on tor. appendicitis-'si- {he Gall this moraing, andt Is doing as Distinctive and Exclusive Styles in Ladies' Fall Coats and Suits Now being displayed in our Ready-to-Wear Salon on second floor LAU1KS of.rclincd and discriminating Insfcs will find in plenty, slylcs in (he New Fall Conts and Suits Hint arc as different from what are shown at oilier stores, as light is from Our superior futilities enables us lo liavc iic-rinuiient representatives at all I lie. foremost fashion centres and so [litio.'s conjunction ..with our chain of large stores throughout Uic'country, in direct anil immediate touch willi every change in style. An iimjilc supply of ready cnsli means the obtaining of low- est possible'rush enabling us to present for your ..acceptance llic newest goods the world's markets afford and at the lowest price of equal merit may be obtained in even of the largest' departmental stores in the Dominion. is this in regard to the: N'cw Fall Coats and Suits, and it is.with just pride that we invite you loVcad these few hints of the prices arid to make a personal inspection of pur'stock whether you desire to'purchase or not. THE SUITS THE COATS In or.Plain Pure Wool Serges, In and and Tweeds-In all tbe new and popular' sbadings. Coats in cut-avay front-n-lth graduated ro'uuded Pcr- feet" flttlug-collars and satin lined. Skins In cot: reel medium width, some'-In newdraped effects. irt. r. Luxuriously: handsome alylcs in. Brun-hldo, Dia- gonal, Chlticliilla, tllanliet Cloths heavy knotied ciTect Houelea. (iut-XK-ay Bnug- fitting'novelty collars, mannish one piece, or set in all rlatn colors and every liten 'abvL'Uy effect at to Huds on s St. ores their future home In one ot the Gar-, rick houses on Hull avenue, Taber. Tbe dance to be held in Unity ball tomorrow evening in aid of the Nur- sing Mission Ehould be largely at- tended in view of the worthiness of the object committee did not send Invilatio'nB to Foresters or Com- iociB, as It was considered unnec- essary and .large numbers of both theae crssKltsttcna: be present, CLUBS AND Jail, vrJiere he will be hfld until the opening ot tho assizes -hc.rV.nest njontb- CLARKE THE LADIES' STORE PiwiM 453 'Acadia Block andCoats Surpassing Styles In Presenting values of exceptional merit which are fully pner'. third better than, those previous seasons; for garments of like style, workmanship an.'d thorough dependability tfo need to point, biit Vuch buUUnding features to women who havo Bwdo a personal Inspection of liberal way In which they have been aupplled their needs wore conclusive evidence" of their elation of this values, a pagetul ot -Written" argumonls atid dcscrlptfons; -r But we every In Ltthbridse io for bcntM, tnt (I you hive not alreidy vlill (o thlt lection of.our you in ur- rtqulittd to do to your urllett ponlblt convenience and whether you to look buy, you nre welcomev GIVE YOU THE ASSURANCE. OF .NOT ONLY EXCLUSIVE STYLES, ANP THE PEST VAUUgS OBTAINABLE IN THIS COUNTRV BUT OF THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS SHOWN IN ANY ONE STORE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, .1... We aherktiont free guarantee the fit Sole Selling Agwls ftr Nirthway Suits Coats Eiclasiyc Agents Reluoce 18.00 to 1517.50 STREET DRESSES EVEN1NO PRESSES 3 can be 4 Jir. and y.K. J. llopkina gptn! Sunday with Mrs. P. J Kedmondj en route from Victoria to Moose Mr, and Mrs. E. B. Sloan. have re- turned from their honeymoon trip to he Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bell, married on-tlie 22nd, at Calgary, are tht of Mr. Vnd Mrs. Killctt, of_ Hardieville, prior to taking up thefr'future residence in Jlichel. liev. G. H. Cobble'dlck, Mrs. R. A. Crawford arid Mrs. Redman, rcpresent- ng Wesley Sunday 'school and Mrs. 3rklter and -Mr.'.' A. E. U'eston, rep- resenlinB Westminster, leave toraor row for High River to represe schools. at tho South'ern Alberta Sun- day schools and I.essuo con- ventlori. r BULLOCK On Wcdnejdsy 'evening at. eight o'clock tho marriage' of Mias Eliza- >oth Bullock, fo flfr. Arthur 'K. But- fcoth of took placs In ;f. Theodore's church, Canon Mil.lcn of Ixjthbridga, performing the Tho young people tioth known In and Iba best wishes of a largo' cifclo of friends are wllh them. .Mr. and Mrs.' irlll make St. .Cypdin's. BTOtherhood of St Andrew meet this evening, jun- iors at 7.30 and seniors at The Ladies' Aid .of Wesley church will have" a biisfnees meeting on Wed- nesday afternoon, Th9 Junior Auxiliary of St, Cyj> rian's church will meet on Saturday at 2.30 In place of Wednesday afiar -noon as heretofore. St. Andrew's prayer meeting will be- held on Wednesday at 8 o'clock, and the session villl meet at S.30 p.m. A special meeting of St. Cyprian's Voman'i -Auxiliary, will be.held'on Thursday afternoon, and important >usine5a demands a full St. Cyprian's church will hold gnual Harvest Home services on Sunday churcti will be ultafcly decorated on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, when all wbo can asSed to come and assist. SL Andrew's Christian Endeavor ill hold a social night iian all young people do not belong to any other, such society, ara cordially Invited to be present e A pirochlal at home will be held in 3t. Augiiitln's hall this evening, when every "member and adherent of the congregation Is cordially; Invited. A gram will be rendered, and a gen- eral good time enjoyed. Drinking Men Crave Liquor neither wilful nor lick but are poisoned' with alcohol and caurjot resist the craving for drink, They should not- bs or for- saken, -but" should bA -enco'urigeA lo tlko the Meal which Is tttf yefetuble rfmedy mbves tbe craving nectsslty for drink In three days without the use o- hypodermic restore sobriety arid selt-mutery. NEAL INSTITUTE, .'320 13lh Avt. Calgary Phoje'W. 45.25 -f v- -i- WHAT CALOARV ENDORSED OV1NG Wo arc moving into the store now.occupied; Ly Wallace's Cigar Store, next to Hotel, .and'settled tliere after October 1st. Robertson's Book Store TABER Taher, Sent F. W. Mahaffy in Calgary this week visiting a brother at that olace. B. B. Cook and family have moved out to their farm one and a hall miles from town, for the winter, Mrs. H, Beard entertained, a num- ber ot ladles Vk'ednesday afternoon In courtesy to Mrs. Leuch, jeavea soon to make her future home In the east. Work Is rapidly-on F. Barton's new home in Douglas 'Addi- tion, He la erecting a modern bung- alow and hopes to have it ready (or occupation shortly. E. G. Owen returned Thursday morning from' CarrnangayV-where He, has heen Ihe last 'few days on busi- ness, The Itebelah Lodge held a very en- joyable party In the Oddfellows' Hail, Tuesday evening. A number of fritndB were Invited besides the members, and the evening was spent ivilh.'card's and dancing, after which a dainty lunch was served, a Jolly time. All present report CalgaO'.i Sept. pleWscltes knd tyUwe wtsre upon by Ihe ratepayers on Saturday, Those which carried were: ior slockyarda; for d LI si rial housing; f or luftercula'r hdusfng. aboiiffon and agreement 4 ECDCTfl bosptUf. 4 The new municipal hospital In the north end-of town is rearing comple- tion and Vill fill a long felt want here In Taber. Tho hoepital will a'ccqm- modate about SO patients and will bo well equipped. Chle! Faulds of the..Taber fire de- partment went; to (Lethbridge Thurs- day-lo look after business affairs. Qeo. .Wright haa jusl iiurchased, a new five passenger'-McLauEhlla auto nubile. Ho bought "It through J< ti, Robinson, the local agent here. Mrs. John Jenltins of Friday the guest of Mri.-Nf A. Kellar. J. B. BroullloLtc te building an ad dillon to his pool hall on Front Si The new part will bo ustd for bowl ing aiiey. CiniUaclvi in doing tho work. Mrs. J. pohbs entertained a number of ladles Thursday evening; at a.din- ner parly. A hunting party consisting o( Geo Wanted Furnished modem house for tiie winter, close in. References furnished., i Apply British Canndinu Trust Co, Or at Alexandra For Sale KraJiach'fe Bach Baty Grind Pi arip 'at tbe price of an' up rttfii, Haa only been used Good si new. Also flyerrpomii. house abd lot on ]7tb st.'S., Loridon road, at a bargain; food 'terras.' Apply for' n'eit Ihrwi days to Mrs. Peck, 1214 3rd South. C. Millar, H. Bedrd, B. Talnter C, B. and II. P. Monroe -went to Steli'i lai by automobile Friday afternoon 'for' couple of days' B Ai the pirt contains many good shots great revuil are expected, 'and no' doubt tb'elr T her friends will on' due the next, few MRS. DAVIS COMMITTED- Kdmonton, ScpL Jean D vis was committed to stand fall, cri.inlnni for th murder'1 of 'Sydney. curred at her homo at-478 Galjagrir Klrett on Thursday: evening.' ['Sr was given a 'preliminary the police court yesterday. clear. calls'. __ But .he. always wonders why. tbe.'pthi women don't hoist their skirts a li tie f North Lethbridge Transfer Have changed their address from office of Lethbridge Realty Company to S. Donaldcon succenor to Simm Central Realty 13th Street ;