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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Sciifntbfr .10, 1913 i THE LKTITmUDGF, DAILY HKKALD and uilsfceiion IK i If you paccbuekoirrj, foils, uid Serving mult J Ptg'kf I'DITEP -INO- BILL TO PERMIT ANY LICENSED PRACTITIONER TO PRACTUE IN ALBERTA A1U.. Sept. pri- vate bill, proving an Important am- fcdincnt In t'jo Medical I'rofeaslon let 5f Albarla, will bo moved In the leg- islature by J. G. Turfceon, member Rlbstoaa. Mr. Turgcon's bill proposes lo lirje the scope ol the act lo allow -graduates- of any Canadian, ptdlcal collcBo, approved by the Senate of lie University or Alberta, and holding i HCOUGQ to practice In the province- In such college, IB situated, to ITacllce In Alberta, without further It l9COD.ter.ded that at the present time; medical men from other prov- inces arc required to submit to BJi of an elementary charac; ler. which can easily be passed by aiuienls fresh trom college, who have. been practicing for tome yeara and allowed their ole'menl- n_-y aludloa lo get rusty are likely lo fail. Efloclsi tt'Ms have been pefscd'at lirevloua te-slons of tho leslsllalure ID opltr lo allow an experienced doc- tor to practice la AJberls. wltbo-jt un- dergoing the ordinary eiamlhntlon Im- iwscd by-tbe provincial medical fac- ulty, and two doclors are asking for Broclal legislation it the present ECS- elo'h. TKo proposed bill would do aWay with, lie necessity for this spec- ial icilslatlon. AUTUMN FIIlES In ihe' GVhfr gardens- And all up the vale, i From the autumn, bonfires tlie smeie trail Pleasant summer over, And all the simmer Bowers; The red fire blazes Tbt gray smoke -towers. Slag a song of stitwis Something brlglit in all 1 In summer, Pitts In tbe Tail 1 Louis Steiraspn. s Mi. A. N. JlcClloton leaves en Sat- urday on an extended visit to Bel- fast. m U Miss Tillcy, ol Toronto, arrived to- day on a visit lo Sirs. Andrew Til- ley. Thursday akrrnooa, when a lull' .at- tendance is requested. )t .la je return iron the cisln I" made. The hoittssei will J. Hill, Mrs. vA Mrs. uzh Scott, and the tfceptlcn com- itiec.will te-Mri. AIM. Smith Mrs. .t J. A. SlaO, who has been icqvalntinocs in the city lelt today lot her homo on the Ar row Lakes. Dr and Mrs. F. H. -Mewburn and MIS5 Helen Mewburn lelt this alter noon for their future home in Cal Mr. J. A. Virtue, -who has been visiting relatives In the cltr, return ed to his home, in Macleod this ternoon. o Mrs.- L M- JotmstoEe was liosles of an" audioa bridge last evening, i courtesy to hrr guest, Mrt. Martin dale, ot Sir. George Delany, jr., lelt th mornins lor Swiff Current to mei Mrs. Delany on her return Irom lour month's' visit with her caren in Illinois. s Mrs- A. G. Cameron and Mrs... E. JJoJgsoo entertained at a cha (ea this allcmoon at Ihc. homo ot tl latter, in Knos'La IfS1 Aid. Bus. of Grain was :tHe Yield ICpittalei. The marriage ol Miss Jean Camo on, wfco Saturday severed her nection with the local Hudson's nay stall, to Mr. John C. iloofcer, will he celchrnlrd at Kcoi church on Mondar, Ooloher 6th. Mrs. G. E. HoUon, or Medicine Hat, rormerlr ot this nc- .HualnUnMB_-herB. She .Is nccomnan- of Aim Mr. and Ssnj'lJi, i20S 6. Patl'e Lutber lyjngce will 8 o'clock tomorro-.v evinlnr, I members are. urged t fr The Bick-room Sunbfams will neel t 1.15 tomorrow adornoon with F. P. Couybcare, nivervlew, All ho -.combers are acted to inalse ffort to bo present. Tbo parocWal "At held In L ALBUtlluV ball last evening argely attended and a most distinct ucoeas. A flno program waE render- ed.'coivslsting'of vocal eoloi'.by Mrs. .und.r anu 3Ir. nrymner, by. Bawden and t ii-hlstllns.solp_by Ir. Rawor'lli. Jlramlo Klngitoa, the My EololtL bade a decided'hit and was forceiJ to reply to an encore. A ioclal hour was then ighl refreshments being served. A consisting, of Slrl.'.p. B: Sherlock, Miss Uixrden, Sliei, Nlm- mons, Mr. Brymser, Mr. Rawbrth and Mr. Sharman, was appointed -to oiit- Ine a plan of organization for a palrsb lo be active durln'j lid wln.ter months. The evening concluded with a_ Jolly bop, ihe pianists being -Mils NlminonB, .Miss Anglo Bawden and Miss Slmp- son. The adult catechlBm class oi St: Paul's First L-ulhern church, .'will meet on Thuriday evening. v I'. Westminster Guild of Kr.os church started tlie fall and -winter .season under splendid auspices last evening, when the election ol officers'was tlie chief feature. It resulted as "follows Honorary President A. (i. Cameron. E. Waterman. Mr. E.. Frame; second, Miss p. third, Mr. 51. A. Kllpatrlck'; fourth, Miss 13. Smith fifth, Sir. T. C: Rid- palli siith, Miss S. llonncll. NEW YORK SHOES FOR WOMEN DISTINCTIVE STYLES FOR FALL recommend Hie liurt Shoe. The lii'uuly of design appeals to those women who knosv the advantage of a shapely and well formed fool foi occasions thai demand dainty dressing. See our window display and ask to see our lines. We shall he dc- lighlcd to show them. have expert clfrks lo (jive advice on all mat- ters pertaining lo footwear. You will find here (lie newest feature in toes, some that recede; others with that smart and dressy r.iisc'd toe in qun nicliil, velunr, dcini glaze, patent and will) combination givy kid lops. Finished in butloii style; mcdiuni and cut; welled, medium heels; many varieties of fillings and nil shown in sizes and half sizes. Prices to succesBful farm- ers Canada. the Pariarru'Cinal Is already eastern, for m'tiinjs, 'and In' speaking 61 this phase ol the grain, asfd: "The op- ening "of Ih'e'Pauarna will mean ihe same to' tbe" grain business ol 'Al- Lcrlii aa the-a'ddltlon o( several Ihoui- axe locking Ibntard eagerly to Its we-may then be ateojiilieljr'jure-tnal .there will be no iboriiiBe'oC can. and It Till assure M opeit .market .Ibe -year round. The strong point. against- fu- ture selling of grain noiv, la Uiit TTO cwi'iiot be Biire of being" In a poslUon to.ilellvor at.'.tie'right time, for we hft-Vb no aasu'rance that.we will havo cars. This assurauce will ho posel- when tha.Bhorter hauls are mado whore the terminals could handle the grain direct n'llh the Panama, steAmerf." Mr. ts'oble main- lalns Uiat In-'spite or the, nssardona pl'tho grain buyers tiat "cllmalo In the Panama district Is Injurloua (o neit year will Bee the tide of grain turned to lie The Tehaan' tepeo Railway, which crosses the Isthmus at Tehaunlepco, has been flooded of late years wllh grain from' the Pacific. Inland empires, and when canal opens H la only reasonable that this tmdo will bo In- creased a hundredfold. The Reilgnr.llon 'Is In ChloT Davis' reslgnallon Is In hinils of the council. Acting Mayor IxivcTlns 'staled BO this aflernoon at tho council meeting. tho document not coailierid, boVevcr. The council 'Kill Tall un- lll'ncit Monday when Maior rfardio IB.borne and tho wholo council will bo on hand to cor.sldcr Ihq mailer. It Is understood the res'lgnaiioh Is lo tako effect on Oclobcr 31at. 2nd avenue sautlii leare tomorrow afternoon. 'i Chas. who his been em- ployed for the pail couple. 61 years In Stafford fc AgneVs hardware btore as head lefl this afternoon for Medicine llal, where lia will1-accept a similar position in one of'tho lead Ing hardtrare (hero. Mrs. E. C. Guilbaull, 1231 Sevenln A WORD ABOUT DRAPERIES If you arc going io get some new curlalns Tor your home this fall, do not mlse our aptendid col- lection. Our Drapery StcLlon IB replete Trllh new Eussesiiocs ID n.afie-up curlalns and curtain fcoods by the yart. Beautiful effects In Nottingham and S-..-IES Cunair.s. Uungalow Xeis, and Scotch Madras. For tha Bide cunHJua we have plain color effcda In I'opllu, Colorsd Chlnlz and CretormoB. are a few hluts: BUNGALOW NETS A of dcslgoB and patterns In white, ivory, .and arab colorings. from tho anjll plain crtecla to the largo Filet Net represcattil In this line. Prlcei, per yard COLORED BORDER SCRIMS Beautiful effects In roec, green, .blue and tau printed on white ecru iCrirns and Ueclgns ip suit any room Jn the house. prices frorn, per yard .r MADRAS SPECIAL Ecru colorins in oaistv designs, (Inched edgea and 45 Inches laah and wear well, at per yard SWISS CURTAIN? fiThc daintiest line of curtains we liavc c-vpr handled. Plain and smtJl c-atro effects, ivlth rlcblj1 irorkc-d liordc-rF. I'cr pair _ _ _ _ Everj-tilnp T C 18co60c A curUiu that 30c THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES liecoiding Ei J. Mc- 'icoiie. Coiresponding IVricht., Envelope H. Uies- eth. Ac-.Vater- man and Miss E. Dicsctli. A. I The jGuild FAI baVing In spring also, as fia crop .is not usually .sul- jl t'otshaiit the Bround bc- ore availahle. It waigol stalri just lion tltcflension would Ispirt, t'jl gi.vtn evening. ;NcJl be, Ihe. a rcguia.r service' Is 'hpp.rd: the' larse. Or'acc.-Doniier' vill. appear in Wesley church "tomorioii'.' nigil in [iranialic." rccilnl, and light. Sho Is superior amorig: enter-1 'tnincrs'and 'always atlracls'iina .de- lights .large audiences.': Church Ladies' .Aid'socielr tr.cct'Thursday allernooniin'.tho in the evemng for to tat 3 A specially lirge-aUcnilance is desired F'ARMERS ASK PREMIER TO AS- SIST IN -BLIJLDING LIGHT LINES1 IN PROVINCE rereive on Friday from (our la six anl frqm.Eevea io nine JUlhbrldgt. Her gwst. Miss Yctta Hotlenbachtr, ot Hancock, Mich., will recelTB with her. 51rs. Richard Hailcf will arrive Ihis wcci (torn tn extended vlsil In.Eng- land. Mrs. Bailer, Tino was 5lts3 Jenkins belore her marrl; lie a'ad to M piano as intends resum- ing her classei. _ one of most cnjorablo o! tie tarlr autumn was as business pi imporlancc is' to be prc-senlcd. r Celebrate a Century of Peace (Continued Irom Irani Those who have known .Jor'-some Edmonton, Stpt. Slflon ttafed today in aniwer lo i unique depulallon contlillr.g of farmers from Bllndman Valliy tint the govern- ment would seriously consider the ofaulElIng In the build- Ing of llahl "railways to connect up well settled dliltlcls and removed some conclderaiile dictance from main llnet of rallwayi. that the peo- gje who camt InVp. Alberta were of such an adventurous disposition, that they would, go long distances away from Iho .railways In order to gtt the kind of country they de- sired, a fact which made Ihe prob- lem of settlement and railway ex- tensions very much more dlfficijll. New York, Sept. 23. An Albany There iujiizllj so much ivork to special lo HE Evening Journal says: do on ihiiilclies, thai it has always Sirl6_sing.s nollsl, today CDn. been nfCLiiy tc Eel the greater, part ol Ihc fall belore the nraazmg-chapter ,o the [rceze water may le.sloiy ol impeachment oi Gover- This'uor Willfahi Sulier In which it- ap- that former Police Lieutenant under sentence murder, has parfd evidence striking nt the poli- available in the spring. ytar a ol flume repair-: Fars that former 1' ing will WpnVai-Ld Ihe old Uccker, now slrtctuies illihe replaced. for 1 ho Hosenlhal m II WML SIOCK .COM- PANY TO MILLION DOLLRS IN BONDS hearc, in fnrewcircourtcsy Id Miss Helen Mewburn, who ItH this after- noon for Calgary, and a perfect floor made dancing particu- larly attractive lo the .tncnly-fivc guests present. CLUBS AND Victory Qyer Habit Drink More thin The Dramatic Art and Music secr tlori of Ihe Irtath'ealt club will meet promptly at three o'clock lomorroiv with Mrs. R. E. Skclth, 613 Twelfth Ink .men end women In America. been victorious over tba drink habit during the last two yiars. They Bpcnl .1179 al Instltule. What the K'eml Drink Treatment did he St. Albert -Colllerifand the Lcthbridjc Collieries, Ihc roptrlies of these, companies havcw bfin vested the Canadian 'jl arid Coke': pa'ny. -T The. atilhorlzedipital ol .the Ca adian Coal and-'ft company OOO.OOU divided b (emd'.and this arnbunt ferredjlifls'tfen il nine'in'd len mllll balance o.l'the isl In thi treasury. )The com prtnf 'bas authi of Ills Diamond City club, near Lelh- bridge, and the [tcdcliff Golf and CounhT club, Terc without oh- je.cLlon. Some objection was raised to. the principle of. clubs ..owning large, 'am- ounts of real estate., and _ provision was Inserted In (he' charter of the Ilowness Golf anil Country ciub, ,11m- Itlns their operationa'In real estate to tbe extent of real e'stato required for Lual use of the club- ci] ari fssie of lbns millions' to be for Ihc purpose of n and (or worilrg cjpl (tURE OBJECTS TO THE FOH SPECULATION num lof Will, prpnioted by' seveta iere considereiiiby" theimljre ious and.1 Kho leglsllalure loday. Tbe bill Customs Customs colleclions for the month Idlng today are: E'or eptcmber 1912 Hie figures were 20.3n. For last month Uicy wi Slriei Car Hit Auto An accident that resulted .In tbe .imaging; or an automobile owned fr. .McDonald, of CoilhursV occurred on 3rd avenue this alternoon, when west bounJ cnv bit Ihe" wheel of Iho auto. The lYont.pile- wi badly bent hut ho'ona PRICE OF Selling clly bbnda Is.bacVbul ipg clly automobiles Is worse. ,1 That Is the opinion of (be city cou ell at nny rale. day for receiving tenders for tie Biii-H mobiles belboglngMo "the "city wlifq have been sloredyin the stores'.dj partmcnf 'for some time." When (I tenders were "'opened 'ihey irera.-iif ductlvc of many laughs. "Tiler werj Thou. Hunmoblla W. Dalley, Hupmoblle n. If. Waddtll.irupmohlls Thos. Ward nun Needlesa'Lo say none 'were accept It la poealble o[ the put (n tgtLn. r Tlic first (eft caine from China. It wns a raw, crude tlic rich.alone! Tlicu set to, work to find other good Tea-growing soils. They foiind India- ill Ceylon, aiuV'otlic.rvmrls of the world, Various crops were blended, Thus came the know. The last word in Tea is ;7 BLUE-RIBBON, n choice, ricli Tea; sold only in air-tight and the inost ecohoraical as'.well as llicjjest. ;