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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January TUB LETITHTttnGE BATLY TIEKATJ) MEANING OF THE Czar Was Not Treacher- ous to France or Great SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES ARE COMING Farmers Bank Affairs To Be Discussed at Meeting of Shareholders Toronto, Jaa. Startling disclo- sures are indicated for the mei-ting oi the Farmers JLJank stockholders anil depositors tomorrow. It is under- stood that liquidator, Mr. G. T. Clarkson has proijed into the afiairs o[ Use bank since ihe notation to its collapse, and has information fully covering the steps which led to its failure, and the sensational develop- ment which followed, any shareholder or any depositor will have the right at the meeting tomorrow to ask any tioas, echoed and re-echoed at Lon- (jUcstion Uc given any informa- tion and St. Petersburg, became do {lon lhc bas in his posses- nerststeni tliaf they, over-reached the object and even an unsuspicious nub- Whooping Cough CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATAURH COLDS London, Jan. 10. Enough has trans- pired regarding ihe negotiations be- tweeu Germany and Russia over the uirairs Iu IQC middle east to make it plain that the new diplomatic situa- tion Is of flrat importance and inter- est. Kuropo lias been treated during tJio yaat several days to u ser- ies of oHlclal Mild semi-oflicial an- nouncements, tho loudest and most -jorraal of which were in "Paris and ail to the effect that (he triple entente or Kiissla, France and Groat ftriuUn wiis never stronger or move cordial num today and that tiie general bal- ance of nower has not touched the roiimam agreement. Tliese declara- A Sinapu.'. nafennij effective treatment lor broa- troubitu, avoiding Vaporiifrd Creio- lene Lho ut Couyh and relit- veu croup uc once. Ititu boou to fereri f rum bo.v of oranges grown at Wa- waneBa, Man., shipped into this dty today. The Cruit Is about the shape of Japan- ese oranges but smaller and ot good flavor. They jjrown by W. T. Johnston, secretary-treasurer of Oakland municipality. ven o'clock when the magistrate, hav- ing been downstairs to consider vari- ous charges against minors took his seat on the bench in the police Every available foot oi space 4- j devoted to spectators was occupied, j and the eager public encroached on A' court. the Lord Bishop of the Diocese held a coufij-mjition. After the usual even-j ing service had been sung, the bishop expressed his great pleasure to the congregation at the very good work of the Church in. Lethbridge and con- gratulated them upon the successful year just ended. To the candidates the- bishop gave addresses, one before and one af- ter tho confirmation. In the first his Lordship dwelt upon the meaning of confirmation and the history of this-sacrament showing that, just as the apostles after baptism, laid, their hands upon the heads of the'bap- tised and we read "they 7-eceived the Holy so in ac unbroken succes- sion the bishops of every branch of thc Holy Catholic Church have con- tinued this sacred service io this day. The candidates, twenty-one in num-jconte3t tbe_Kcra! bev, were then presented by the rec- many and to very dry reading, yet Helped a caadidate to a large bunch of free votes by making a good-sized payment on subscription. The Herald 5s immensely pleased with- the progress of the subscription contest to .date delighted with the good work, of the candidates, the good class, of business turned in and the prospect for a satisfactory finish satisfactory alike to candidate, sub- scriber and the Herald. The prizes ottered are exceptionally valuable, and -are distributed in ihe best pos- siuie manner to all the workers s as fair for one division as tiie oth- er. Each division has a very valuable grand prize to work for; And that's why each o! thg districts.are bringing forward such strong vote in the paper shows that feature. The apportioning of the grand prizes the telling about the plan, bas been 'ground over" some may be tiie contest editor wants every can- didate to thoroughly understand the way the prizes will be awarded. The particular "commodity" in which all the contestants are inter- ested at present is VOTES, and by the way the score has been jumping of late, the candidates will be seek- ing votes in'large numbers the last week-of the contest. All the subscrib- ers ..who told the candidates to como around toward the end of the contest and they will- help if the candidate needed that' help, will have a chance to make their word good. candidates -need every vote they to win accordin votes turned iu the part oi the, court devoted usually to.% the Rev. J. E. Murrell-Wright, and to the number .of at the finish. At present the. Herald .owns the prizes, and. air the candidates have are the votes given with subscrip- tion payments.- At the close of the 11 exchange he prizes, for the votes. There is no guessworK about the The can to prisoners and thedr counsel.- No sooner had magistrate'Dcnison. taken' his place than Crown. Attorney Cor- ley cahie, Followed Dewart, K.C.. and. the prisoner Behind' those again, and m Travers ;Dlcc- one by one tney knelt on the chancel didate having the most votes will be step in front oi the bishop who laid his hands upon them and invoiced God's blessing in thm beautlf.ul prayer wbich has now been used iu -'the awarded the big McLaugblin-Buick auto. For, argument's sake, we will suppose tiiat the winner of the auto (there's more than, that Church "ot-England for nearly thirteen number votes to the credit centuries. After The Kelly Block. was I lives Newton and The pris- t j loner was dressed in the familiar, rough brown-serge suit that he has worn -Thee to the sung and the er the confirmation, the hymns i strength is GSUS I Have Promised to Serve j date in th j single candidate now, so then the cacdi e i date in the other division than the Proved by fire last.night. Loss j MO. Ths firms which lost are Win- at every appearance in the court since (bishop then gave his second address, first preferred basing T, ._ obvious {verse nipcg touao- indicfttioni -of lhc period of BtrC8S co? PIC., kilgour, Bros., paper. Win- r v the charges were against'him: s'Travets" Store Co. Can e Cured. is thc all prevailing malady of civilized life, and ons which 1 his eyes were deep denoting sleepless nights, while prison fare and tbe short period of incarceration to which he has been subjected have roh- hetl his cheeks of much of their old- time rubicund tint. Tracers took his sentence quite calmly. Preacher Takes a Hand r. St. Thomas, Ont., Jan. iG. Rev. :ge Giimore, who lias been ap- baffles all ordinary treatment, {pointed lo represent the depositors It gives rise to. a great variety of distress- stockholders of the defunct Farra- irvz svmptoms. such as distress after T) of food> crs Bank from this section at the symptoms eating, rising and sotirin in the sfomach, heartburn, etc. meeting in Toronto on will Nearly everything that enters a wenk press tor four things. First, ha will tne can these subscrib- ers should loosen up before next Mon- day, night, or the payments won't bo far as helping i candidate win a prize is concerned. NOW'S tiie time. Tomorrow never :The The score of the boys and girls was a jumble over Sunday. Russell Dud- ey had his correct score, Agnes Kerr and Alice Sparks exchanged scores, Peggie Craig, Walter Palmer and Winnie Sellcris seemed to be about Ue, the use of.-trying to explain something that can't be ex- plained. The scores were mixed, and a., column of help matters now! The contest man. side- steps the blame, as the copy was cor- rectly marked. The standing should Agnes Kerr, first; Alice Sparks, second; Russell Dudley, third; Waiter-Palmer, fourth; Peggie Craig, and Winnie Sellens, sixth. The race for_Bouncer down to six live, in CANDIDATES Votes Will Se Added for Tuesday's Issue of the Herald.' GRAND PRIZES McLaughlirvSuiek Touring Car. .J, J: tour, taking In Coronation of King George, or 5600-'in caih Building Lot. PRIZES DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or 575; DISTRICT or DIVISION A. At least one cf the grand prizes go to this division.-'. District that part cj tne City of .Letbbridge lying 'and east of tbe following boundary: Tblrd Ave., from'First Street to Sixth Street, south on Sixth to Fourth Ave., east on Fourth Ave. to Eleventh St..-south 013, Eleventh lo city limits. At- least two of the prizes go to this district. MRS.A.E.HUMPHRIES, Tenth St. and 2nd CAMPBELL 4IRD, 1304 Sixth MISS GRACE PROUSE', 52 Argyle Ave........'........... ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1217 HAROLD KE3R, 444 Torrance Ave. District No. that part-of city cf Let hb ridge' lying sd'uUi ja'nd' west of the above boundary. At least two of tho prizes so to-this district MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 40S Fifth Ave. South MISS AGNES.DOWSETT, 907 MME. E. Sixth Ave. South MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South DIVISION B. 'At least one of the grand prizes go to this division. District No. ail towns in Southern Alberta and tish. CoLumbio, over l.OQO population. district. i At least tvro of the prizes go to this D. W. Taber, AUa. MiSS. EDITH H.ARKER, Cardston, Alta. GEORGE E. PELLET1ER, Pincher Creek MiSS ELIZABETH McDONALD, Frank. MISS MARY MACKENZIE. Macleod, Aita. JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosmer. B. C. ...___ R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta. District No, all towns m'Boutiern Alberta ana H-asters. Brl tisb. Columbia, under population. At least two or the prizes go to tins rtlEtrict. _ D. L. MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Coutts, MISS EMILY Bow Island, Alta. MiSS ELIZABETH. ADAMS, Stirling, STANLEY W.'WELCH, Barons, MiSS LILLIE'MAY TIERNEY, Burdet't, Alta.' one in which- the auto is won will be L-ettibridge and .three out-of town. The dyspeptic stomach acts as an irritant: hence the great difficulty of effecting a cure. j The long train of distressing symptoms, which render life a burden to the victim of dyspepsia, mny bo promptly cured by the ILS.J of Burdock Blood Bitters. B.B.B. regulates the stomach, liver and bowels, stimulates'secretion of the saliva for the prosecution of any officer or acting officer oi thc bank who may havc behaved in any criminal manner. Second, the appointment of a royal commission to investigate the afiairs of the hank since its inception. Third, the amending of thc Banking Act to his .admonition on the first of the 27th Psalm, "The Lord is my light and my salvation. Whom then snail I fear. The Lord Is the strength of my life. 01 whom'then afraid." His LjrdsJiip said that. God was with them and of no power in Iho.-.vorld or out of it need they be afraid, if only they-remained -with God. and constantly sought His" strength which they would find espe- cially in His appointed rament of the Church. The whole ser- was very impressive and one'long to be -remembered. The candidates confirmed Edward A. Jaclcson, Edward Jackson, jr., Ernest H. Fleetwood, Win. Kasley, George Esmond-White, Tom Penne- fatlier, Edith Dallo-w, Victoria Hagger, Alice Arnold, Florence Kemsley, Dcr- othy Gwatkin, Gwynette Gwatkia. Let- tice Bentley, Dorothy Bentley, Maisie Fleetwood, May Payne, awarded the ?500 in cash. This j- in "the paper bas been see- prize opposition district, sawing from one district to another even should a candidate in the divis- uatil it'is-impossible-to tell where the nncl gastric juice to facilitate digestion, ;-insure, direct, and dependent govern- j the blood, and tonea up the entiie', inspection, or nucit. Fourth, to j amend the act to make the directors of a chartered bank severally and per- sonally iiahl.e and responsible for all ion in. which the auto is won have more votes ihaa the candidates in the other division, to whom will be award- ed the Kirge cash prize. After thc auto and 5500 prize winners are elim- inated from the contest, r.he candidate standing first in any division or dis- trict will be awarded the build- ing lots. SHETLAND'PONY DIVISION i A separate contest for boys'ana girls under 15 years of age. ACMES. 417- Fourteenth St........... ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, Alta. "RUSSELL DuDLEY. Fefnie, B. C. WALTER RA_MER. Grassy Lake, Aita. PEGGIE Founn Ave. North WINNIE SELLENS. 90S Seventh St. A. JENNY McNULTY, 418 Wilson St. ADA 1104'Coufti5rr; SL..........'.' 'NORA STAFFORD, JAMES NJSBET, Stafford Village......... Contest Closes MOD day, January 23rd. most strength will develop at the fin- ish. The consolation the boys and girls have is that they are sure to bej ones failing to get Boun- cer, the harness and buggy, will get a Else little bunch of commission money. There's, consolation in that assurance. Make things "subacrip- ttoniliically" hum this week, kiddles. Luba Ingram, Isabel Kardy, Samiin, 3Iary E. Payee.' At St. Cyprian's At St. Cyprian'3 in the morn- ing. Bishop Pinkham conducted a con- firmation service, also giving addres- (Jlaresholm, Jan. D. -Adams, lanager of tne Pacific Cartage Co., Etheljof Calgary, was down here and pur- chased nineteen heavy horses from -Messrs Van Horn Hutchinson of tiie Palace Livery barn. T. Galbraiih, ot Kanton, has been system. Herman Dickens. Benton. K.B.. writer: have used Burdock Blooa Bitters ami find that few medicines can give such relief in dyspepsia find stomach troubles. I was troubled for a number of years dyspepsia, and could get no1 loss incurred. Three neoes were Irnchcd at Shei- br ,noh and I can now cat anything without it of futy masked mpn. Two oi the no- hiirtinp mo. I will hishiv cronrs were accused of knocking n. to nil who arc troubleil with stomach couplc of comcn down ,he trouble." Manufactured onlv by The T. Miiburn Co., Limite.i, Toronto, Ont. ses similar to those at St. Augirstin's engaged by Claresholm View school and confirmed a class of thirteen-can-1 to teach for the coming year, dldates for membership. CLARESHOLM U.F.A. .ARE VERY (Jiaresholm, Jan. 14. The meeting ot the Claresnolm local Five Mile un ion United Farmers of "Alberta" last was largely attended and en- VOTING COUPON V thusiasm ran rife. There were forty- one members present and the meet- ing lasted till after midnight. G. Mai- chow, delegate to Ottawa Dec. IGth, IS 'submitted hfs report, which was i'. Linnarz went up into Pleasant and conipietc in even- detail, Valley and bought a bunch of nice neavy horses at the W. R. ranch. -Mr. .Crouch, of Asaton, Idaho, has just arrived with a car of settlers effects and will live on the Willard M'oval farm. Tom Alison, from the Porcupine was and spent several and showed that the farmers were a busy bunch all the time they were there and on the road both ways. had been seen io throw a kiss to a white, woman. Canadian Pacific Railway Ottawa, -Jar.. Sk Alan, Aylcs- returned at noon today ..from whither he had Koa. "L. P. Brodciir lo arrange' the United States "authorities re the rtays.at home of Mr. and Mra. FIRST ANNUAL EXCURSION BY SPECIAL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., TUBS., -TAX. IT, 1011 Tickets on sale Jan. and IT, 11 Final return limit. 00 days FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO LOS ANGELES, AND RETURX: i and rcturninq via Spokane GoiVg via Spokane.'returning via Seattle fares include berth and meals from Spok.ino en .coins trip, -v I'OVfKli information regarding these and other rates, ai'T'ly C.P. Rv. or to R. G. McXEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calssry, Alta. regulation of fisheries in treaty wat- i ers. Brorlcur will not return until this evening. Sir Alar, stated wiica tioncd ihat the fishery been passed .wilh a- few ?nd That the lo be considered by cabir.ct icil. lie added that he was Thorough-.. ly satisfied with the results oi the nc.- goliations. Tins ;s a mat 'or which left "hy The Uagtse Tribunal 1n be rr.'.'itually arranged by the cov.ntrirs I conccrnwl. f. M. Cameron, east of. town. The Ciaresholm Qundrllle Club had an impromptu dance last night which was a great social success, about UO couples neing present. This was got Candidates should devote all their contest time soliciting subscriptions. Pink voting certificates point the way io success be counted, ell newspaper coupons must be received at the contest office not later than Saturday, January 14ih an nour on account of ice carnival a: the rink. .Mayor T. C. Milnes just so-d a bunch of .about 100 hogs to Price Walls. This union now has ISO members and thirteen members were elected dele- gates to attend the annual convention I winch convenes Sn Calvary tho 17, 18 land 39th inst., where many matters of vital importance to the farmir.r, stock raising and dairyitig -interests will be brought up and discuasetJ. II Is the intention of the members as- sembled to ask the government to scL aside for the erection and op- eration of oatmeal mill for tho people, also a saw mill and vtrlcns other ventures lending to make for RUMOR THAT JAMES BRYCE WILL RETIRE London, .Tan. tlint Hieht Horicr.ible James Hryco. saclor at rontnm- .in orly from his rest, nrc r.jnin In at .Ma- drid, is as his sue-. He received S3 GOO for them, which I Prosperity of the masses instcna of shows tliat. there is money in hogs. tne classes. Tom Nowlin jusi. received a cheque j The annual staiement of Clares- rrom the Kmpire Insurance -noim Five Mile union shows A their agent here. C. VvV.ness of approximately for ;ho Barnes, for 51000 for tbe loss of his'year 1510. This is pretty when Tine stallion %vhich died nbont-ir is considered that there wsis a crop .-igo. failure here Vvliic-h left nearly even- Miss J> sMiop. rtaughter of Dr. without enough money earned lop. of visiting with Dr. i this year lo pay intcre-st on his in- Leam '.VCC'K. If there is a gccd _- i 'On acco-ini or :he Clear Lake school 'rail it is estimated that this union' i district unable to procure njwiij do n business of about S20.000. hi'.s been no school i Tiie riarcsbolm V. A. union nre WilJ'rr. This srr-nf in-'IT TO THE HEKALD: Lcthbridgc, Aita. I wish to fcclp by paying sub GcrinUoti to Tho "Herald. I Xame o? candidate. address, Daily Weekly years, and inclose beginning Voles, if new Votes, if oid Name Adrtrecs inoutlis, to covor subscription, St.ito whether by matt or carrier. get the voles on tne above cash must accom- pany the order. person now. tshins Tiie Herald receive votes, according to the .whr-n maitfng any payment on subscription, provided the above form is sent to the ccatcst donnrt- with the nioney. '.T. teacher -p-tHcre tnifi u school r.lc; This ia a greaf in- getting up nn entertainment, supper people having- diildren dance to be pulled off in thc ncnr and Tiie p'noiilfJp'jture which promises to he a base to soe tbat evary school success <--ccialIy. Par.erR on co-opcr- ivith a srood toac'irr. and weed destruction and var- cninUt: r.fi'orii io ncglen the cdurrt'iari iious other subjects will be road. Tluire or the Tiie regular Mormon dar.cc cnurcli was postponed last nifh of tha extreme cold for a wrestling match is dance will be held next Friday (now iseing developed by tbo mcnt nre first ;to get all of tne IS" inpmberii together so their wive? ar.di tamiiips can be-come tne bone-til's of co-oprrifion: tiu'rd. :o make each mpriibcr 'oe! :i kt--n in.ci--; est. in tiie union. VOTING POWER O? SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND THE OF THE KERALD Old 2 Years will be good music bcr.h vocal j in thejiTismiriicntal a general good time light OR expected 'or all, both mentally and Electric Restorer Tor Men Phosphonn? 5 Years By Msii 9y CorrisrT-'cxv hs 1200 4.00 3.DO .3CC-0 8.03 6.CO 9.CO 2C.CO 15.CO SJwU 150CD 27CCD tee. Ttie objects of this 3 Years 5 Years 3.CO 4.50 7.50 1500 S5CO S5CO 100CO 450D 75GJ '3500 750 -.753 2SGO .5009 ;