Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
w; fa New York and) take charge j of the exhibit there if .short paying compliments expenses are '.guaranteed. Beach as president reported that no more shipments to or from Woolford station could he made by the A. K. and I. until the road had been from Raley -Junction -up and had 'been received by the gov- emment. to LethbriSg'e and -its people. Presi- dent Georgeson spoke at sojne length, paying particular attention to Leth- ibridge; r -and incidentally mentioned that he had hopes of having consid- erable interests in the before very long, which his hearers took to mean that he contemplated es- tablishing a branch of his wholesale business here. The last speaker was ilr. Hatch, who followed the lead of Mr. George- son, in that he discussed some of the ways in which the Associated Boards could be most useful. During the evening songs were sung Messrs. Cooper, Meldrum, Asquith, ljetts and Cunningham. Many heard -Mr. Petts' splendid for the first time, and were particularly delighted. The visitors were greatly Interested In the splendid enlarged photos by Mr, Rafton-Canning earlier In tlier company failed to see its line in an the club corridor. MAY ESTABLISH WAREHOUSE HERE Intimation by W. George- son at Smoker-Pleasant Time Spent The social entertainment given the delegates to jihe convention of the Associated Boards of Trade of West- ern Canada, by' the local board was, judging from the expressed opinions of the visitors most successful. As soon as the was over, and the To June 15_cixurcll party had seen the fire brigade per- the AngHcajlj Methodiet ar.d lorm. they returned to the V M- C. j churche was advocnted A., where a group photo was taken by A. Rafton-Canning, who took otie also at 'D. J. Whitney's after lunch. The photo taken, ten or a dozen autoe took the bunch out to Mr. Whitney's where a "grown in Lethbridge" lunch was served. Informal speeches were made by President Hatch, of the lo- cal toard: C. F. P. Conybeare, K. C.: C. J. Eckstorm. president of the Ag- ricultural Society: W, Georgeson, of the Associated Boards, and E. M. Saunders, Calgary, the retiring president. The party then started on a sight- seeing trip, and went .first to -Hender- son Park, and went through the .ex- hibition buildings under construction. They were all delighted -wjiblthe'bi inge, and general making a park and fair Go- ing to the new provincial Jail, -they- went through It, and then went to the experimental farm, where Superlnten- RURAL DEAN CAYLEY ADVOCATES CHURCH UN'ION bj Rural Dean Caylej, of Toronto, at today's session of the Anglican Synod in St. James' Parish Houae. dent Fairfield showed them around. No. 6 Shaft was then visited, and in- spected, after which the party return- ed to the Chinook Club. The informal smoker held in the club in the evening was a most en- joyable affair in eveiy re.spect and broke up about midnight. WH1 Cousins, of Medicine Hat, was called upon to give of his'- or 'tell where the P. R. citrshops 'Will 'be located. He did in his own- inimitable way. A. T. Hunter, of Regina; E. M. Saunders, of .Calgary, and Mr. Schef f, of the Glaigow Herald, also made BAND MUSIC, that It enjoyable the hot sultry days and evenings 1 when you are too tired 'to KO down town you can hear Pryorand Sousa or other famous bands on your own lawn. Perfect, comfort, no long walk after, the concert, and you can have any selection you want aa often as you want. MASON. A RISCM PIANO CO, Pnont 7t1 Blk.