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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Lowney's shows you how Cocoa ought to taste. Certain m results beca use purest in q u a 1 ity; try it and see. MILADI 'EDITED BY "I NO" tlw [SKILLED LABOR if; IS VERY SCARCE ItOOD POSITIONS GOING BEGGING J-, (NxNEW ZEALAND, ACCORD- IV ING TO REPORTS v, Sept. spite of the ,1'Iux of emigrants of all de .s into New South Wales, the prosperity that state is abounding just now tli at there is a great demand for artizanB in. al which local antl Jnipor.ted la totally inadequate-to inset. fact is made abundantly cleai annual report of the Depart- ment of and Industry. The de> H. AllerdifteY ehtfwS report that the number oC NeW BOflfch Wales factories, and the hands %orkmg in them, has enormously in- creased and he points out that work begging, because there are no skilled tradesmen to do it. rJHe Ttids that his department lias tlMC confronted with an almost unl- iBfpal outcry ar. the difficulty in pro- curing skilled labor in nearly every brttflcn of the manufacturing indua- If _-----_ COST OF LIVING BOTHERS SYDNEY vRENTS ARE SOARING AND MEATS TOUCH THE SKY LINE COUNTING THE CHICKENS EARLY Predicts Bonar Law Out Loudoii, Sept. .writer of cliib gossip in the Liverpool Dally Post Mercury, 'whose prognostictitions us- ually turn out well founded, says to- day: "Whilst the public fondly imag ine Bonar Law is destined to lie prime minister of England in event of Con- servative success, the Tory wire pull- ers' do not mean anything the kind. Lord Laiisdowiie is marked down as head of the Conservative cabinet should the right Hou. A. J. Balfour not desire to-resume that the way, is a thing ;by no means yet decided.' Nor would Bonar Law remain leader of the house of con mons for that would go to Auste Chaniberlaiu, the mouthpiece of tli ?old giving Brummagen supporters i he Unionist party. Bonar Law wou! be allotted the chancellorship at tli exchequer with to him.Uie jiteasin ask of introducing a tariff refon What I KJIVC, I linvo what I spent, i had what i kept, 1 this evening to organize for the sea- son's The more you halve the more you'll! jlcll.s Society Kt. Mary's have. Thoso oi us who share ottencsl, wln j, anll 'Sfr hue. farthest. When Kcnerositv divides; VMy hnll evcn. its bread, a fairy wand more than! ing commencing at doubles Hie givers own man. Miss Hlagburu lias returned from month's visit wfth friends h> peg. Mr. H. O. of Vancouver, formerly of this-city, is renewing, ac- quaintances here. The regular weekly meeting of Si. Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary will be at Thursday aitcrnoon, to carry on work for the approaching bazaar. Tomorrow night the regular month- ly meeting of the vestry of St. Mary's church will be held at the j home of Mr. Jackson, Twenty-first Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Dooley return- Sli' ed this morning from an extended vis- it at Sault Stc Marie. An important meeting oi the ies'.Aid of Knox church will te. held C, G. K. Xourse a tea! three o'clock on Thursday altcr- hour hostess at the Country Club on noon' The poster sale, which will be Saturday, sis ted. when Miss I'atUsou held Nov. 12, 13 and 14, will re the topic of discussion- s. J. Ci. Hoberlson, who has lieenj The Adult Blhlc class of Westmini. visiting at her home in Clinton since' ter church will hold a rally on Thnrs- ier return from abroad, 1ms arrived day evening. A -program" I0me- The fine weather Saturday aftcr- ioon enticed guilts a number of tennis ilayors to thrs courts, when the nnalo if the summer teas Was served. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Elton, who been holidaying at points in iliddle States, left for home 'hursday and will arrive tonight, tomorrow. and.contests has been arranged, refreshments will he served. and The members of St. Paul's First Lutheran church are reminded of the social to be given at the home of Itcv. C. Grunt, Sixth Are., S., tomorrow evening by the Luther Lea- thclgue. All arc cordial'ly invited. Mrs. A. K. VVerts and sou "Rex loft Preparatory service will be held in! Knox church on Friday evening previ- ous .to the communion which will be! Wednesday evening on the five o'clock i administered at the morning service train tor points in. Ontario, where they will remain ior the winter. A. Werts accompanied them as far as Medicine Island Review. Mrs. W. F. Nelson, Third Ave., en- tertained at an informal thimble tea on Saturday afternoon. Twelve lad- ies were bidden, and fragrant favors next Sunday. Mrs. T. w. Quayle, Mrs. w. A. Hamilton and Mrs.' M. Kaakc will he hostesses at the Wesley Ladies' Aid meeting oii-AVedncsday. This will be a very important business nieetiug, and all the members are urged to be of hot house roses were guest.. Mrs. Nelson was the lea hour by Mis: given each assisted at Wood, Chris- tine, the little daughter of the horns, The Epworth League of Westmins- ter church has prepared a very fine frocked in white with pink accessor-! of music and Its, made ant. a dear little door attend- "Lord Cnrzou would get the refusa if the foreign olllcc. The secretary hip of war might go to Lord Se lorno, and the admiralty lo A. H. rtio sits for the Fareliam division lampshire, and is recognized as aval expert. As for the chief seen, aryship it might be offered to tha ;ost imperturbable of whips, H. w orster, JI. P. for Seven Oakea. I an uito aware that in several respect! lis differs from the cabinet prell! uthoritatlrely traced sonre months ack, but a good deal of 'water llowed npldly under the bridge of lale and his is positively the newest order o oiug in which is well worth ponder g aud is sure to exasperate those bo do not like the 'cat let out of the Sept. is at pres- in unuaual dearth of houses In w ith the result that for every teainu vacates a house there are acVfei il inxious to on the lease. Tills condition of affairs has resulted, e of rents which, coupled with a'ltadden and sharp rise in the price Butcher's meat, is a question of importance 10 the -householder. price of beef mutton has riHm uddenly 2 and :t cents a pound. CAN'T SOW FALL WHEAT; POTATO CROP A FAILURE Talbotville, Ont., Sept. ac- count of the extreme wet weather, n number farmers in 'this section have given up the Idea, of sowing fall wheat, and the potato crop is almost a totfll failure, and the farmers are wondering how they will get their corn cut, being unable to use the bind- ers, the ground being too wet. WHEN MADE WITH ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR Aitor searching everywhere this old lady at lust tried our I flour. Her experience IB summed up in the word "delicious." Your verdict will he the same. Try a sack saves trouble, j time, money and temper. It is the careful housewife's friend. [Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. j; MILLS AT LETHBRIOGE, RAYMOND AND MAGHATH Winnipeg Free Press Miss Don Rogers was the guest of touor at a bright little tea given yesterday by .iliss Jean Horn. Mrs." Horn presid- ed over the tea table, pink sweet peas. The. decked with their rally tomorrow night. Refresh- ments will he served from eight to nine. A hearty invitation is extend- ed io 'all the voting people of the church, An especially good program has been arranged for the social to he guests were I held under the auspices of ths West. the Misses Champion, Miss Cald-i minster Guild, of'Knox church this well, Mrs. K. Allen, Miss Bulling, Miss Madge I'aterson, Miss 'Kathleen Cornell evening. Besides numbers mentioned Aldous, Miss Dorothy Cornell, Miss Reynolds and Miss Bon- Siducy Robinson, Miss Christie, Miss, "el1. of Fraser's talented Gertrude Heath, Miss McPhillips, pupils, will render piano selections. Mrs. Hartlett Jackson (Port Ar- The musical service held at Knox Church last evening was an Inspira- tion to those who wero fortunate en- ough to hear it. The choir excelled themselves in their rendition of ex- cerpts from Gaul's "Holy City." The soloists, Miss Miss Bimm, Mr. MacOougan and Mr. O. E. Flem- ng all did exceptionally well. Rev. 4. G. Cameron delivered an interest- ing address on the elevating and cheering influence ot song. Our Raymond correspoiflient writes: Two marriages have bwn announc- !d this week. The local editor has :idea to foraake the "stick" for a Sew veeka lo take a wife. The "forms" i r-o all made up, aud tho event will bi olemnized on Wednesday, October S n the Salt Lake Temple. The .bride- o-be is Miss Lilian Duce, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duce, of Cardstou. She is a very popular oung lady In that town, and Mr. arryessa Is. one of Raymond's bright nd promising characters. They left aturday morning for the Bee Hive tate. During the editor's absence lere will be no issue of the Leader, A cordial invitation is extended tc the young people to attend. The children of St. 'Augustin' day school are to be treated to Sun- thcir annual picnic nex't Saturday after- noon. They are asked to meet at the school at two o'clock, when they will he given a ride to Henderson Park, where games will be en'.oyed. The party will then return to the school room, where supper will he EXQUISITE EVENING GOWNS Our Fall shipment of Ladies' Evening Dresses lifts arrived Mnd we arc now prepared to serve you with the choicest and best of the season's productions To "show something a little newer, a little different, .a little better than others show at the same is our hobby and our range of colorings and nui- feriais bespeaks the excellent taste of., our buyers. Every -gown. .is. a masterpiece Calcul- by experts to most fashionable so- cial; function. Our-splendid stock is force raid (Striking! Stunning! SEE WINDOW DISPLAY HUDSON'S BAY CO. MEET AT OTTAWA ON TUESDAY WATERWAYS COMMISSION INVESTIGATE POLLUTION OF WATERS FOR USE served and vided. various amusements pro- s the "devil" in this case happens to he a young lady. The Herald wishes the young couple peace and prosperity in their matrimonial life. The' marriage is also announced to take place en October IK, of Mies Ethel Estelle Kessler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kessler, of Mam- moth, lo Mr. Alfred Morris, also of Mammoth. The wedding will take place at the homo of the bride. Bish- op Anderson, of the Raymond first ward, will liknly perform the niony. RKID-MULLLN' On Tuesday, September 24th, at the Methodist parsonage, How Island, Miss s. Mullen was io James Reid, both oi How Island. Jliss'K. Mullen, oi Winnifred, acted as brides- maid, and the dufes of groomsman were very efficiently performed by H. Divine service will he held in St. Augusiin's church on Wednesday ev- ening at, eight o'clock. The rector is calling a meeting of the Parish Asso- ciation immediately at the close oi the service on Wednesday evening. All, who were members of the asso- ciation last season, arc earnestly in- vited to be present, and a cordial in- i vitation is also extended to all new- comers to the parish. The Christian Citizenship depart- ment of Wesley I-'pwortb League wiil be in charge oi I he meeting this ev- ening, with Mr. Kaakc in the chair. Ottawa, Sept. important meeting of the International Joint Wa- terways Commission is to he in Ottawa, on Tuesday. It is expected thai both Canadian and United States sections or the commission will be fully represented. The question to he taken up is that of pollution ot wa- ters of boundary, -recently referred to the commissioners for consideration the two governmelils. The inten- tion of the commission is to deal with this problem, not only as it arises a- long snch interuaiional rivers as the Niagara and Detroit, hut also as it effects the condition of the municipal- ities along the Great Lakes, some of these cities and towns being regarded as the greatest sufferers in the matter of water pollution. f N. R. WILL RUSH THE WORK THOUSAND TEAMS WILL WORK THIS WINTER ON CALGARY- MACLEOD BRANCH begin work Octobei 1st Provision was made by 11 r McKenne thai when any of the fanners on the way applied Ior work they should .he talt- on by the contractors, thus pro- viding for settlers to have plenty of work for themselves and teams after threshing is over. The contractors' to the south will move lo the north side of the river, and continue on the prairie work until it up Ihei of the Canadian Northern railway, as i will then ti'.rn then attention to tl-c to the delav in building their line heavy eiiis aud grades approaching from Calgary to Macleod. The ob- slacks that were in the way. have been removed. The right oi way has been approved by the government con- tract for all tlio line has been let, and from 700 'to Macfeod, Sept. Jlr. Mc- treasurer, return- ed from Winnipeg Saturday, whither ao had gone to interview the officials o the requisite numhci pi men, will I thi the Old Man river, which will employ, a large number .ill winter. The road gangs in all directions from Maclccid will he kept busy until i winter conits. The. lelcplune crews teams, with j do not expect to complete their ucik is year. DIARY OF THE GREAT QUEEN VICTORIA'S LETTERS FROM GIRL- HOOD TO MARRIAGE WILL BE PUBLISHED SOON London, Sept. diary oi LARGEST PULP CONTRACT MADE CHICUTIMI WILL SUPPLY ENG. LISH FIRMS TONS ANNU- ALLY FOR TEN YEARS GUSTAVE SCHOOF ASCOLONIZER IN EDMONTON SEEKING HELP TO BRING SETTLERS TO PEACE RIVER COUNTRY Montreal, Sept. Chicou- timi Pulp Co. has just entered into what experts cull the largest pulp contract in the world. This concern t1'' at Clarf-sholm has agreed to supply Edward Lloyds: tive of Germany, Edmcnlon, Alta., Pept. 30. -r Ser- gcant-.Majnr Guslav H. the Alberta Mounted Kangeis, and ranch- id in Texas, a na- who fought u.idtr Mr. P. c. Jennings will take the top-1 Queen Victoria from the age oi" 13 ic, while a fine musical ic, while a fine musical program will until her marriage will be published i be started in Canada next year, one I Hinge for Hie settling of a be rendered, including solos by Hiss in November by John Murray, who in Ontario and the other two in ihe i onvoi German. Swedish am Carrie Trellholme and Miss Clara .Un, j says Sr. j giau boiresrekws from Ka ganl and a piano duet by Miss Grace "This diary will reveal ihe inti- Diser and Miss Cook. mate domestic side of the Queen's An executive meeting will Ic htld life when a girl. You fan watch ;hc at the close regarding important, oi her mind to sionary work. All young ra-oplr are hood. She wrote very iully. cordially invited. j "Exceedingly interesting arc the i records oi her conversation with Lord i Rally day in Wesley church i-ester-' who "ID her! ir afternoon drew out n conVrrgn- tion of three hundred children' and1 llonk also sketches h'tform vas V" by Ulc wllen a 8irl. conspicuous for a profuse display of of lhat linu'- j Union J.icVs in to 'mot- ary lms j lo, "Hy this sign conquer" lo the company, London, which publishes the British ilaus in the Hoer, Mata- Lloyds Weekly, News and ihe Daily i beie and other wars in Africa, and Chronicle, tons of pulp annual-j was with tin- Mexican rurnlcs, when ly for n term oi leu years. It. is said' they captured ihe rebels under Rtycs than three new pulp rompunies will at I.aiiaitc, is in TonlonUm to ar- large col (1 Novwe- giau hoiresrekers from Kansas, Ne- and Missouri, in the Peace TIT- l Rivcr sll'ia1' Kdnionlon. NOT READY YET "as provincial iiov- ennnrat Allwrla in his plan, which FOR -a is expected he will reteivc j spiiio assistance from that sourer. PREMIER BORDEN WILL MERELY lvi" bc established on IKP MAKE A PRONOUNCEMENT ON NAVY lands, though it is provided t.hafeach j s-lller must have, at least SJ.OOll to carry llu'in until the railroads are (nmpleled to the north country. Evans. Rev. M. the ceremony. Supper Jit p-rformed i afterwards partaken of by the wedding party at the Hotel Island 'He- view. right of a picture ot the cross. The service was oi a particularly helpful nature, the program feeing an excel- lent one. W. S. Hall in an inspirit- ing address on "Our Flag" pointed out the necessity tor paying respect to the tiritisb rlag, which stood tor righteousness and justice, while Rev. dale, Charles Hishop, ot Coal- the children on the work of Ihe Sunday school, exhorting them to love Jesus' and become noble am; worthy j zcns. Superintendent Fairhairn also j made a few remarks and congratulal- ed the scholars on their altendancc. I The musical program was attractive. The Women's Home Missionary so-j instrumental numbers were rendered Clubs and Societiet ciely oi Knox church will meM on Wednesday evening at. eight o'clock. The A. V. I-. church are im'ol A. of Ki. Cyprian's the parish room by two little tots, in addition to solo by Miss Discr, and a chorus by tlic kindergarten class. It was pos- sibly the largest and most successful Uaily day ever held iu Wesley Thate the kind Motker told m totfaf! Vancouver, Sept. Martin j Hurreli. min-ster oi agriculture, i i makes the following statement re- Hie naval I fht nonunion parliament will meet in November, at least two mouths earlier oiiginally in- Iflided, ior the special pnrpcse of en- abling Premier Uorrien to make a pronouncement on the navy questioi, nol with the idea of training a perma- nent policy, which will te dealt with later, and which in due course will be submitted to the people, but for the purpose oi the view the government formed after the rc-j cent conference with the British gov-j eminent and tile .tdmlraltv." They Have Won Triair Place Would. White Swan Cakes have such an enormous sale in C.-t.iada if grocer .sells White Swan Yeast j Caitos -for S-.ic. Tree sample from White Swan Spices Dereale, Lim- ited, Toronto. Gin. SEALSKINS WORTH San fYnnclsco, Sept. gov- ornment chartered steamer Momer ar- rivnl here today, with wt.vth of senlBklns from rho Pribilof Islands. BUSINESS MEN Wishing a chit with a" friend during the noon liour fiiid it convenient and pleas- ant to. take Innch ai. The Brown Betty Tea Room Corner Third Ave. and Fifth Street South ;