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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta outlay, f TIE LETIIBRinGE-DAILY IfEKALD Paee S te Some flie Peopfe Lethbridge Should Investigate 1 Every item on our menu is strictly first-class quality, cooked by the best chef in Alberta, and can look a pure food inspector straight in the eye 1 2 We guarantee to give you more of this high grade of food for your money than any other hotel or cafe in the city 3 The service is the quickest. You help yourself, so it serves you right The Self-Service Cafeteria Basement Dominion Block, Opposite the Court House We give somebody a meal ticket free every may be you H. S. Reid, of the Elite Cigar Store, won free ticket on Friday with receipt No. 2227 Will penon holding receipt No. 2551 please call for free ticket IDLE SON OF TOILING RICH YOUNG MAN OF GOOD CONNEC' TIONS ARRESTED IN CALGARY FOR FRAND Calgary, Sept. a at the local police station while awaiting the arrival of detectives to take him hack to Toronto, is Roy Thomas, son of a wealthy eastern King's Councillor, and nephew of the head of the Allan Steamship com- pany. Young Thoiivas is alleged to. have issued a nnmher of worthless! cheques In which he secured hundreds of dollars, lie was arrested last week while occupying expensive lodgings at a fashionable hotel in Calgary. The Grill Cafe At 410 Dili St. S, 2 doors norUi of is putting up tbc best meal in town for tho money. See our popular priced dinner and supper menu. AFTERNOON TEAS OYSTERS ANY STYLE Will Need the Support of All HOSMER YOUNG MEN DISCUSS RECREATION ANNUAL BALL Hosmer, Sept. 28. Maple Leaf Lodge No. 53, I.O.O.F., intend hold- ing their annual ball ou the last Fri- A nnmtMJC "ol intended to provide di- SlpfJIVUKS MJWUILK rect guidance in handling social, poll-. CANON HENSON SAYS MARRIAGE CAN RIGHTLY BE DISSOLVED IN INTERESTS OF PURITY Hcnsley tical and economic problems. He said that wisdom in respect to these mat-! ters must be slowly gathered. from experience. Hut Christians did pos- sess iii their religion the .key to tha solution of ail human problems. They were saved from a "fake" and shallow view of human ills .by. the Christian doctrine of sex. They possessed a of Westminster Abtey and: powerful motive nnd a perfect exam- St. Margaret's church, pie of social service. Their tclief in Henson, rector of St. minster, the scene of many of the immortality saved them from despair. most notable weddings in English so- In the New they had not cietjvhas been speaking on the ques-l ,lrecisc tllo prjncipic3 tion of church and divorce at Minne- apolis, Minn. Canon Uenson has before, on many of social action. The arguments in the sermon Vere illustrated hy referring to the case of occasions made statements startling marriage and divorce. These ques- pleasure of attending these dances on Christian, previous occasions know that a good i time can always he depended on, and scrmon at this year is to bo no exception to the were of thc gt Mark, Minneapolis rule. Tickets will be on sale in the ..MrriaKC cau ri dis. [CHSTRICT NEWS 'I MACLEOD Macliod, "Mbcrta, September RUly Day in the Methodist Sunday! Indies success iu this great and good ton iiml IL goodly number was pres- ent. air. B; King took charge pt JTITol 1 the meeting. The ladies are geetiing busy in thi burg and purpose to organize a ladies aid en Wednesday next. We wish th ciiool was a great success. Many oi scholars came home, bringing lie one with them in such mirerhers tkalrHtiG attendance was doubled. 'Ad- ilresse were given by the S. Bfshop nnd Supt tfollis. infant class took an active part, as they always (to the services or one oi the little tots Judge Crawford had a busy week in work. dlev. Aldus is also doing good work and is very popular with old and young. Mr. Frank Stevens Ja spending the week Vulcan with bis mother and We are sorry to learn that Mrs. King is ill, but iiopo for a speedy re- covery. Mrs. S. Trew, and (laughter Flor- eucc is spending a month with her t. ,.._ district court. "A number oi, husband. small LI PS were disposed oi, soverali atr. B. Borvins bus gone 'threshing; "benit; settled out of court. Tho casehvlth W. Shirley. Mr. F. Hart j ol Dunn vs. Wiper for wages, vas ol threshing with .Mr. buaw. bad'been-' em- air. Booth sold three 'milch cows Dunn, quit work without the other day for u goodly sum. asking for his wages. I' .Mr. Haley is running Mr. Shaw's then appealed to court for ind found, us many pay- bis ionev could be had for the "'asking, ttipei's talk was the cause of a 'giinisliLC being placet! in the hands i so he v. is paid his wages, less gbimshce and costs ol court. in Dry Farming committee engine this season. .We hear Sir. Thompson has joined the benedicts. Congratulations. Mr. Burton was amongst the suc- cessful ones at the Lethbridge Fair working hard, and will no doubt sur- prise our people with their exhibit, >jgnd their way of displaying tihe vari-j hav grains and vegetables. Muldoon, who sold his ..Ripest of the town a few weeks a home in JIaclootI t'nei carrying of some of the first prizes. The farmers are deeply interested in the Dry-Farming Congress and farm .ago, and in future be one oi iho active citizens. Engineer Althaui reports pro- on the filtration plairt founda- {fjitipns, and expects to have the -first "ey of the building completed be- winter weather sets in. ic (ire fighters had a run. Sunday1 t to the C.P.R. ice hoiusr. in the yard. Their early appearance on .scene was tbc salvation nf the aiiy'.s stock of ice, and. only il loss to the buildings. many purpose taking it hi. The three things we would like to store, a postoflice, and a rail- Unionists Are Sure to Win SO SAYS GERMAN PUBLICIST, WHO DREADS ADOPTION OF PROTECTIVE POLICY Hi. HanSe IS. Sept. of ilie threshing ma-chines arc ou all sides of UK. The acre- crop 'is good and a grood sample year. popular teacher, .Tflir. McDon- engaged for another term, Pisner and family hjis again ,-Ulfen up his residence on his claim. school was he .Id as usual .Jtujfi Sunday at the. home >C Mrs. I-Ior COMB'S MORKftNG STORY ou knpw tbc story 'the comb tells, n very discouraging Sory, too. ay by day. a few mo'oesirnp.ds nre add- of hair that is turning grey, losing its fKly, its strength and il s health. Grey hair is at unbecoming ai old ngc. l pride should hd ve its own say. -ish lo look and it is your to appear so. You can't cvcnLOOK g if (he lilvcr thrcat'a begin to show. a "Young Woman'' in looks, always. rcy hnirs helong to> the chaperon and c grandmother. tay out pf the gmndcnothcr class, until T years justify it, by using HAY'S HAIR. HEALTH liirccl upon Send ]0c (or Newark, N. J. Berlin, Sept. Ger- mans look upon the present situation in Great Britain with unconcealed anxiety, not on account, of the growth pf tho British navy or suspicion dis- played so widely in Knglund, but on account of the possibility of the fall of the present ministry, and the in- stallation of a Conservative govern- ment. Since the lost bye-election, with'their steady Conservative gains, Missed Church MOTHER WENT TO THEATRE TO SEE HER CHILDREN ON THE STAGE Three Years For tee. A rather poorly attended meeting ROLAND HARRIS, BANK CLERK TOOK OVER ON HORSE RACES Spokane, Wash., Sept. Margaret Thompson, of Moscow, Ida- ho, lived 75 years before she witness- ed a performance in 'a theater. W.heu she attended her first show in Spo- kane last week it was to see her son, daughter and son-in-law in a vaude- ville act. j Mrs. Thompson went to the theater on Hunday for her first footlights. When her children, known to stage .folk as .tack Wilson, Ada; Lane aud Hatie, made their appearance in the encore, they caughfc sight oi. an elderly woman -in thej stage box. It. was Mrs- 'Thompson's little surprise for them, for they had not been told she would te'there- Mow do you like it, mother ask- ed one of her "children." But Mrs.' Thompson was too excited to an- swer. AH she could do was wave her arms excitedly and express her de- light in smiles. It has been a wonderful week for the aged Idaho woman. When she grew tired o! watching the players across the footlights she wandered hack to the scenes, where fresh reve- lations greeted her. She never seemed to tire of study the mechanical ef- fects that are a part of stage craft. She watched the plays and the play- ers from thc boxes and from the wings. But more than anything else she enjoyed getting acquainted with( her children, as they are in the life that is new to her. Not the least strange part oi the affair was Mrs. Thompson's first ac- quaintance with her son-in-law, whom she had never Keen until thc moment she entered the theater. Then she saw him in all tiie shining black of minstrel man. .She thought him ex- ceedingly funny, she explained later, foul she confided the hope that he would more worthy of her [laughter when he got rid' of that 'black stuff." And evidently he did Toronto, Sept. Harris, the young bank clerk, who pleaded guilty yesterday, to stealing from the Standard Bank, was sentenc- ed to three years at Kingston by Judge Winchester. Captain Tom AVallace, M.P., Sam Sharp, .M.P., and other prominent men wrote, testifying to Harris' previous good conduct. T. C. Ilobinette, counsel for Harris, stated that most of the money had been bet at the Woodbine or the Erie or Hamilton races, 'and none of it had gone to hand book men. Mr. Rob- inette pleaded leniency for the sake of Harris' mother. Judge Winchester, in passing sen- tence, said that while -bank clerks think themselves hardly used, they do not need to enter the business unless they choose. Harris admitted takins over day 'in October, and arrangements are from one ju MS profession, and only tions, said Canon IJensou, cduldnot already in hand for making this aanoe, recently in Winnipeg; nave it as his j he answered by a simple reference- to one of the most successful events in opinion that the militant suffragettes the New Testament, as, if our Savi- tlio year; those who have had the- au attitude markedly anfei-'our had passed a precise law prohi- biting divorce His teachings did piovide a principle which would limit divorce and con- tinually exalt the standaid oE sexual purity. Theie was the greatest difference in the world between thc Christian's point of view and that of the mere "man of the world." The one per- mitted divorce-in the interest of mar- riage relation itself. The other.made divorce an instrument for breaking down the sanctity of marriage. -CLIFFORD SIFTON HOME Montreal, Sept. Clifford. Sifton is at the Windsor having arrived from England, where lie paid a flying visit. He only left Canada for England on September 6, so that his visit there had to tie.cut short on receipt of his father's, death. cau r v, very near future, and may lie obtain-' h ,iissoluti6n serves cd from any member 01 the commit- thc ot We must establish a direct connec- tion between our religion and our of bhe Hosmer Athletic association was held in the club premises on conduct, be continued and finally, "we not assume that saints are also day evening last, when the question statesmen of getting the gymnasium into shape; Then the'precept" for the coming winter months 1) are confrc.-_ ed with a difficulty in securing a suit-' wa_s; ie j Christ. Himself the con- fully discussed. The club are confront, j duct rf the Aposll'cs bility tual, gion; KOOTENAY ORE OUTPUT Nelson, B.C., Sept. produc- tion in the Kootenay and Boundary districts last week totalled H tons. For the year to date the total is tons. Smelter receipts were 70.108 tons for the week, and for the year, tons. a prominent are' I boltor1 ofi for Mrs. pointing out that u change of govern- has, hwi sinf' ment will probably bring in its train tariff reform, a .measure which will hit German industry far harder than the English patent legislation, which forced' so many German factories to establish branches in England. That the fall of the Liberal government is as a certainty. A prominent member of I he Prus- sian Di6t, points out in an article in the Tug1, that for this menace the Ger- mans nnd their navy department are in part to blame, since one of the fac- tors behind the movement to abandon free trade is the need for more rev- enue to bear "the cost of England's big naval programme, which lias been im- posed upon the already enormous bur- dens for old age pensions, national in- surance and other legislation. EAST .MIDDLESEX CONSERVATIVES London, Sept Neely was (Jin choice of East '.Middlesex Conser- vatives at iheir nominating convention There was only one cloud in the sky that Mrs. Thompson saw that week. Shr was worried on .Sunday because it was the first time in iil! years she had missed attending church. NEW ZEALAND'S NAVY London. Sept. battle cruiser Zealand." the gift of that dominion, laid down at Fair-field June 1IHU, will run a preliminary trial in the Clyde today, leaving to- morrow for pavenport. When com- pleted the New Zealand will visit S-'etv Zealand, calling at South Afri- can ports at the request of the Union government. This will fae the first British Dreadnought to "cross the line" or to be seen east of the Suez Canal. JOHN HERRON WAS THERE Ottawa. Sept. of the Prime Minister, lion. II. L. liordcn, at a luncheon were: Hon. W. T. White, Minister of Finance; Sir George Mur- has just arrived from Eng- yesterdny. There was a full attend- ray. 'who nas just arrived ironi Kng- aiice of delegates, and five names land to the Canadian Civil went, to ballot: Oco. Xeely, James! Service; Hon. Charles DaUnn, mem- Itobson, U, II. Harding'. John McWar-j her of the Prince Island aov- laii and John Geary. Air. Xeely won ermnont: Dr. C. (loosen Hewitt, (icn- oui on.the first Hon. W. J. era] McDonald. Colllngwood Schr'ieber, Hanna afu-rwards addressed the con- C.M.G., and Major John Hcrron. cx- vention. .M.I1. LETHBRiDGE SHOULD GET AFTER IT Saskatoon, Sept. W. Ford of St. Mary's, Ont., who has been a guest at the Flanagan for a few days, left for the south this morning. Mr. Ford is repre- senting eastern men who own and control for the western provinces the manufacture and sale of the only perfected flax pulling mach- ine in the Dominion. The same capital has acquired the control of a chemical process for the treatment of flax straw and it is their purpose in the near future to establish the industry at some point in thc west. able building for the purpose, as order to instnl a horizontal bar, which is one of the first necessities at least thirteen to fourteen feet is required in. the building however, the state committee Vere authorized to inter-1 view Mr. Robert Gourlav in the mat-! ter and see if it is possible to make! use of thc commodious hall in con-! nection with the Queen's hotel. Should the club decide to make their future home in that hall, an outlay off approximately will be necessary for lumber, and another ?125 for ap- paratus to consist of parallel bars costing practically horizontal Ibar say and band rings so that it will he necessary for thc vent; re to receive the support of every man 'in the town if the matter is to go j ahead and be a success. Mrs. S. H, Edwards left for the' east on Saturday morning last to pay 1 an extended visit to her relations in Ontario. Joe Zwingle, lately foreman of the C.P.R. coal camps lip the Elk river, I was in town on Saturday last. Messrs. Clem Stubbs and Carter, president and secretary, respectively, of District Xo. 18, United Mine Work- ers of America, were in town on Fri- day last. Actions Louder Than Talking EXTENSION OF BRITISH PREFER- ENCE COUNTS MORE THAN MERE FLAG WAVING of the rigid rules with a spiri- Catholic and permanent reli- disastrous consequences followed attempts to the have treat the New Testament as the written constitution of the political Canon Henson pointed out that the Na-Dru-Oo Dyspepsia Tablets Quickly Put Disordered Stomachs Right It's a revelation to the chronic dyspeptic to feel no discomfort after a meal, when that meal is followed by one Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet, He is hardly prepared for thc almost nwfcie relief the tablet gives him from the various discomforts to which he is accustomed after eating. Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tabletssweetec stomachs that are stomachs feel as if a stone had been give thc needed assistance to stomachs that arc weakened. Containing in themselves the active principle needed for digesting every kind of food, Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets enable even thc weakest stomachs to get the Rood out of what is eaten, preventing the accumulation of undigested food and gas. With A little help for a the digestive organs recover 'heir strength, do tlirir work jiroiwrly, ami troubles are over. Don't go .in suffering! Get a 500, box yf Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets from your drujrffisl '.oday. National mid Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, iloinreal, m Winnipeg, Sept. successful meeting was held In St. James Satur- day night, in the interests of the can- didature o' R. L. Richardson. Hon. Frank Oliver, who spoke first, claimed that his advocacy of a wider 'market did not make him disloyal. He felt hurt that his opponents should use such an epithet. TUG candidate spoke mostly on trade matters, and strongly supported an extension of the British which, lie said, wag better evidence of j loyalty than blathering about the flag. Ho said that he would answer Pre- mier Roblin's statement about him by saying that in the matter of loyalty, he stood as high, nnd said the Prem- ier himself was once a strong Lib- eral. TO ORGANIZE A PROTEST STRIKE Sept. with the results of the elections in Belgium which reinforced the Con- servative majority, the Socialists are organizing a long strike. They assert that they have been defrauded and must strike for universal suffrage. "Gnu man, M, Vandervei- de, the Socialist leader, supports the movement. Riots are expected, since ihc Socialist intellectuallic cannot control the rank and file of thc party which contains many outspoken revo- lutionists. The social senator Pic- ard, is a conspicuous figure in the crisis on account of his energetic op- position to Vandcrvclde ami to oth- TK; Gurney-Oxford is prompt No matter what comes or goes we have. The preparation of comes round three a day. Every housewife wants to know that she can depend on her stove absolutely she wants to know that there is no element of chance or likelihood of mishap in her cooking arrangements; that meals will be ready promptly on time. The Gurney Economizer is an assurance against accident and mishap in cooking. It is a simple device and found only on the Gurney-Oxford. One lever controls everything. The fire can be slowed down for hours and revived in a few minutes. An arrange- ment of flues makes the Gurney-Oxford Oven always uniformly the Gurney-Oxford Oven is never to blame! It will make a good cook a better cook it does more than its share towards making every meal a success and a pleasure, C. W. GRAY Phone 761 Lethbridge, Alta, ;