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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY UTRALIV 21, Iftii. W: cas. :or us on SATURDAY We WiD Sell any in our store on Saturday COST PRICE We've the Largest Assortment in this city-too numerous for space in This Advertisement Coin e 510 3rd Avenue South AN OLD HUNTER LOST FOUR DAYS ALL NATIONS ARE CANADA BOUND DAUCHIN MAN' HAD PERILOUS EXPERIENCE IN THE RIDOINO MOUNTAINS Baiiuliiii, Jinn., tin: INRUSH OF POPULATION PLANN. INQ CONGRESS Winnipeg, HIT. inimi- or Sandy jMcl'hersiin, one of Dan- srant is luiiclistom- 01-muu- lUn'u's oldest and hust Umiivn imperial statesmanship." This returned home on Sunday even-' sentence sounds thc keynote which Is Jug alter speiidinK four days in- Ihe to guide the tutnrc policy of ArUiur" Judging, Mountains, ublnit twenty IT. llawkos, sjiccial liiMi'israllbn coin- 's from here, where he had been I'missiwicr for Canada. Mr. lAuvkcs without (nod and shelter .riurlue the' believes (lip to the whole period.- lie had bren html Ing body, brain and soul of the smoe.lliB opening of Ihe deer season.! ion. Continuing, hu says; "The Ein- On Wednesday las) he left camp has bcon made iiy emigration "le rest of ihe party and was not It ean only 'be. maintained by all 'uiuii the, follon-in; Snlimlav. parts of empire learning Ihr les- On rbe former clay lie succeeded In J win ol emigration. We have only just, securinc depr anil, while pursiiil begun lo appreciate tin- many-siilnl of more venison, was overtaken by; Importance, tl, understand the aauiiPhs anil cr-inuelled to spend the! possibilities of. Ibis inter-iinporial in the Iiiisli. only one transference imperial' peupl- match succeeded a fire, measured V this and for the next Iwo days, made inter-imperial transference of that his hcadquariprs having no' pc-rial people, us Ih'sy advance lo lake more ioaU-Jies, h? was obliged I0 keep'. Possession o( tlle last, bcsl West, lias within easy reach Of his improvised j increased into a rolling volume of camp until he hn upon a scheme of, sound that is pleasing alike to the lord, will, which he was' ears of immigration officials, boards to fresh camp. ai trade, tomisilc organizers and Hie weather was cloudy, and. as be town planning commissions which was uilhoni enmimss, he was mi- by the way, is a reminder that ev- fj i ii> ;i it'iminiL'i HUH ev- to find IMS way hod: to camp, ery town planning' commission in mil. lor four days, existed un part-, Canada and the United States is 'idgc which lie shot at his likely t0 receive within Inc. next, few cnmp lire In Ihis respeet hr 'was invitation to the intcrna- compelled io exerds. his inanity tionill fss of as his supply of shells limited him t0 missions to he he.ld in WinnlpCR ear- a single patndgc per day when ly 1S12, lhc he returned lo on Saturday ideas city and INVITATION TO ANYONB KNOWING OP ANY CHII.UHBN-UNIJBR 1.1 WHO OTIIKRWI8B NOT KN.IOY. X TURKEY DINNER ON CHHITMAS OAV AIIB CPHOIAI.M' IN- VltKD. TO OOMJIIJN1CA.TB WITH THE ONUBUSIGNBD AS TUB. ODDKBLLOWS OF THB UITY-ARB PHOVID1NU A .sDINNKH IN THE ODD' TOL1.0WS': HALL AT 12 ON CHRIST- MAS 'DAY, AND A TICKET WILL UK SENT, SO THAT NO CHILD IN THIS CITY SHALL UK WITHOUT THEIR TURKEY AN" 1'L.U.M PUDDING. CEO. B. WELLIR, 520 12th St. aauth. JAS. LOCKWOQD, 416 4th Avt. South. Alia. Loan A Inv. Co. Office McGill University Examinations in Miuic Local tixamlnatiotis in Theoretical mmlc for all grades will be held on Vprll 13th. 1912. Local Examinations in Practical Subjects will bo held about a month later. Application forms, filled In and ac- companied by fees, mum ranch the Central Office in Montreal, on or be- fore April iHt, 1912. Forms and last, he brought with him the last enthusiasts is liltclv (o gw- eeon enusass s itclv (o gw- he'na.l shot with the last erate a invest in the. siihjec? of r-ul copica of thc Official Syllabui con- taining fuHinformation are obtainable shell in his posssssion. Fortunately the. nan shone c-'.it bright and strong all day Saturday, immigration in general and West Canada immigration in particular. Evgr Weitward from the. Local Mr. ,T. W. Jones, Lethbridge, or from the General Secretary, No. 323 Sherbrooke Street Went, Montreal.7' Informmtloii about the Yearly Elim- inations for Diploma of Licentiate and the year 1511 has established a rec search party, which was organized in town t0 hunt for him "j scttlors to The greatest cx-cifement last during Friday and Saturday as it "early was (pared that hr. would he -vl'ar'5 "Sllrcs ered dead. It was knowV that H is also staled by "Sandy" w.i.s an experiencrd of rail- man, nnd an old hunter. Montreal that hilly P" "1C nm'comeK e- ly, iustWs.tfe were P about to cnler woods 'another to Westcrn search for him, he walked inln rnmn tll! nialonty being well sup- search for him, he walked into camp in a exhausted condition DISMISSED AFTER ''FOURTEEN YEARS plied with ready money anil personal effects. In contrast to the of Local Centrti. A SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN Michael Flanagan. Plumber. Hadn't! J" rope a number's of Italians and Orientals who come into Canada each year, but who ,io not slay, it is pointed out j that the countries of Northern Bu- Even. Attended Political Meeting ope and probably even Scotland nre dually being drained of their life's blood, their sturdiest sons and come- Ottawa. Dec. Flaimgan liest daughters having heard thc ca s one of the public servants who were old yesterday that their jobs were one.- He -Is a plumber and has, been the service, fourteen years in -the ublie works department. Ho doesn't why he lost Jiis job, for ho has ot been told. For ihe past fourteen years Plana- an baa taken no part in politics. He as not even signified partisanship by ttendance at a political meeting. Dur- K ihe last, election he made no at- to induce others to vote in any articular way. Flanagan says his case is the same s that of the majority of the other rty jobless men in the same depart- who were dismissed. One or two told to go have displayed irty leaning, but most of them at- of the great new West and hastened to cast in their fortunes with thfi ever-increasing ihrong that is to build the citadels of the new empire beyond the seas. However, it is not Northern Europe nlone that is feel- ing the paralyzing effect of this irre- sistible Westward movement. Moose Jaw. Dec. B. Hall, organizer of a chain of private banks doing business In thli pro'v- Ince, states that in addition lo his banking-Interests he is operating in connection wKh the' Central Grain Company twenty-one grain elevators In central Saskatchewan, all of which at the pTeBtut time are full to the brim., Jfr. Hall is an American, who came from' Iowa''about ten years and became; especially Impress- ed with the value of the Prairie lands or Western Canada. He acriuired, at the outset, some acrei, a por- tion of which he has recently dispos- ed of at about ten times the purchase price. One of Mr. Hairs pt: enter- prises Is 'the Sheldon Farm Co., Ltd. organized to operate a farm of' twelve sections in extent, conducted .accord- Ing to strictly business methods. A UTOPIAN MILK PLANT IS SCHEME Picton Out., Dec. a, possi- )le capitalization of JTn.OOO, Dr. C. A. Publbw, Is at'preaent putting through .e biggeit proposition affecting dairj nterests that Prince Edward county las known. ROAST CAMEL FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER Paris, Dec. camel will' bo ne of the delicacies served at a Paris restaurant for Christmas dinner. The meat is said to be excellent. rty leaning, but most of them at- tended to their work and took no pant e 'the Farmers' In elections. Co-Operatlve Dairy Company. Whether the tradesmen will aimed to include all the factor- Whetlier the tradesmen will be able to find work outside the service by whioh they can keep their families ilur- ies in the county. Already a large number of the cheese factories have joined with the proposed company, a- Ing the cold weather is not known br u- them at present. The holiday season I mong tlln number two the l.irg is recognized as an inopportune time c umi. rjherry Valley. There will be no water to seek employment. SEVEN NEW CHURCHES FOR PIOUS SASKATOON Dec. contract ed stock In the new company, all the profits going to .the people who are producing (he milk in proportion to the amount of milk gent.' This is the plan followed by the dairymen of Denmark, who are ac- tho new Knox Presbyterian, church was let tonight to R. J, Lecky to be'learlers of world in of negina at a figure close to dairy work. The com- 000 which, does not include the is be. composed entirely of ing or the organ. The building willjmilk Producers; nc outside'capital is he pressed brick with liedford stone to connected- with- the- company in trimmings. It will have a capacity iany wny- s" far: the-plan hns been {accepted moet favorably by all factor, Ies where meetings-have been iheld. of eleven hundred. In ail seven new churches either completed or in the course of construction represent the activity of Sasknloon congregations during present year. In The Gypty Starland CUNARD LINE IMPORTANT NOTICE If you intend to send for Rela- ives or Friends !Q the Old Coun- ty, save worry, delay and ex- pense by purchasing their tlck- 3ts here. Do not wait until the iieavy Immigration travef confr nences. The irell known Cunard Line now operates a direct Rer- fice from England to Canada with new up to date steamers. Rates the loweet obtainable. 3nly 130.00 Third clats ocean 'are from London. Kor full In- H. E. tlDMAN 445 Miln St., WINNIPEG, MAN. THE CANADMN BANK OF QqivlMERCE sm EDMUND WALKER; c.v.o., LI..D., D.C.L., P ALEXANDER LAIRD, Qrwiw. MJNACWR CAPITAL, i 1 REST. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES I.ljucd by The Canadian Bank of Coinmercc are the most convenient form in which to 'carry when travelling. They are negotiabli tverywhcre, (elf'-idcntifyinjf, and Ihe exact amount payable in prin- cipal countrie.'i is printeJ on tlic face of every cheque. Tin chtquii are issued in denominations of JIO, and 5200, mil rniiy be obtained on application at the Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Bink of Commerct Ins isaued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to lo which be stnt free to inyon. spplyine for il. Utjibridge Branch C. G. K. Noarse. Wgr. ;