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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, June 21, 1913 People Will See Calgary Industrial EXHIBITION June 3O July 5 Will Be Expended to Help Them Enjoy It Reduced Passenger Rates Freight Paid on Alberta Exhibits Live Stock Unexcelled in the West Splendid Programme of Music, Vaudeville, fireworks, Races IS.G.YAN WART E.L RICHARDSON President v Manager, Calgary A BEAUTIFUL BABY D Pwi On A MCJ. E. Warner o! iia Toioolo, m writing MMVC'S FooJ, MJI, ''I Food Tor EIJF and it bn when He I ttuted it to hift." Mr, A. J. Forgue. Strtrt, UonUcal. uuflc-t date ij Oct: "My Kilie diugbter, born Auf. Food much. U a Week of fct" Mrs. T. Fallon o( Wliiibjr. Onl.', uyi Food ii the tu with our 1 Stile bor. He is bright- er, and hli fiwfc u firner, siace taking i Neart'i Food Kii tbe fd trnfanl'i Food is Great Eritaia'foT more tb-tn mothers may obtala a free tim ol Ntavo'i Food a About Edwia Utley, 14 Frcct Eaat, ToroaloT tf this i.s at present attending the military camp at Calgary, This is tbe second accident to oc- cur fa this division of the C.p.K. io the laat the death ol Harry Mllner, who was killed 1n Ihe local j-juiB, a ago Tuesday, was bTougfet about by very, siipilar cir- cumstance. Xcxl TerM illk. IUU BL S-fc-rf. 2 1 Good Idea of of Trade Discussion ;af Last Nighls Meeting X WeeHr be a feature of Board of Trade meeUags Those pre- at laEt 'night's rn'e'ettng "decided in favor of these weekly -feasts, as. a means of holding the. interett of the memhers. The luncheons '-will not be 'solely Ior U-.e purpose of receiving and diacusstng any suggestions thiUmaf occur to a'ny member during the week. Arrangements are in tentatlre placed In the hands of executive committee by.a motion which unftnlmouely. There-were present at the meeting, and'several other unim- portant matters in the routine claas irere brought up, discussed and either tabled or disposed of. Motion for ad- Journrarnt came at-10.JQ. is'one of the befit ralxed (arming and dairy for its slie to! Southern Alberta, There are 30 aerea In 50 'icres In alfalfa. Acres in crops, and about 60 In'aum- mer-fallow good house, barns, and everything to do with, and all ready to move into and keep', going: Owner will sell peraonal as if purchaser vUhes and If desired T will accept a small cash pajment and the balance on 'long and easy Only a real ambitious farmer IE wanted on aueU a place, and a. good, farbferjcari here- frprn-.tbe, l. ME AT ONCE .for! an aVpotntinent In Lelhbrldga for TOMO.RHOW.} to dii this now if you want -a Address Post Office Box 5S2; lyethbritige. Rural 305. pdd ''treatly. to the strength and eflecltv'eness of the board, and some real, live acljon" U promised during tbe next -year. _ freight' ReEOIuttons froni'the Toronto hoard of trade regar'ding-tbe increase In the rates on wheat Great Britain were read 'by The resolution advocated. an Investi- gation by the Imperial -government. It pointed out- that the 'excess of freight rales on flour over waa sufficient to permit ;the English mill- to import Canadian wheat, mlH it Into flour and' sell It f6r less than Canadian flour, Engllth mar- kets. The resolution was' adopted by the I.ethbrldge board, and will forward- ed to the department of trade and commerce. .4 North. Side Reprettr.utyn. A motion passed. to Inslal Mr. J. Johnston on the hoard of Irada council 'to replace H. J. Guide; ''Mr. Ives that' It would be only fair to give North invoice In the council, and hia EuggeBlion I Trealmonl for the liquor habit acled upon. llally appeals to business men because it.snves time. The Xeal Treatment I? an Internal remedy pleasant to takf, am) action, cffecllte and thorough In Us work of eiimlna- Don't Impose on Your Friends IN NAMING TIIKSI AS 'EXECUTORS IS YOUH FEW INDIVIDUALS POSSBSS'THE TIME TO DEVOTE TO TUB M1NISTATKW .OF YOUR ORGANIZED FOR THIS PURl'OSE. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Lirnied- Public Admlnlitrator and Official AnTgnie for the Judicial Olitrlct LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, CALGARY, WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue Wett, CaCgary, H. A. Howard, Manager THE NEAL Aat( for rate, by the nonild- will surprise you hoa- little the trip will. cost. 1'Mge, "new steamers. date Sailing? from Mon- treal eifirj- Saturday.. -Maho 10'jr. retcn-allonK' NOW. Kor Information ask S, B, Mitchell, C, R. Agent, or wrlta H. E. LIDMAN, Gsrtral Agsnt. 349 Main Street Wlnitipej, Not Farm Land ;i came In for some uarm dldcuiiiott. Leen orfered the agency'for, Morning- aide property, Mr. Joseph .Myland, of Coisman, wrote to tbe of trade tor-'its opinion on ;lhe-future and worth of the property. Ke.crefa.rj replied that Mornlngside at present "was not likely to become a" residential part of the city.'that It two'and a half mileH from the post office, and lhat a portion of U was only garden tracts and farm that If groffth la that direction it nouM he ftortb more at lo'int ful' member ef the board an wplanatlon, reisntinj luch (r tlon, neufralhlng the effect and.erad- icating every (race of alcoholic poison from the The Neal Treat- ment strengthens both mind and body and leaves brain clear, nerves steady, the bright' and at Ihe end of thres days the patient can return to his business occupation or business apain maater oi himself. Tbe Neal Treatment lor the hrug Ilabit Is as effective as (he Treatment (or tKe I.lquor Habit. Ai1t for "A Litlle Journey to Ihe Seal In i Elbert Hubbard. NEAL INSTITUTE MO Thirteenth Avenue Witt, Calgary Phone C. COS'VnEAliE, Esi., K.C., President J. .M. Esq., Vice-President. DIRECTORS; John Home, Esq. H. W. Church, Esq. S. Ball, Esq. Dr. W. S. Galbraltb. G. H. Miner, Esq. Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.f. J. lllglnbothare, EM. Wm Smith, Esq: The Administration of an Estate is a matter wlilch requires the UMnlvliIed attention and 'care ol the person administering It. Such attention and tare cannot be given by anyone who has other Interests than thoso of the estate being nrtmfnfalercd., It was for this purpose ot giving to ihu ser. vice of the public, the undivided attention nnd care In Ins liandlinj of Kslales lhat the BRITISH-CANADIAN TRUST COM. I'ANY, organized. 11 therefore Minus lhat this company can gHe Mich mailer better attention (bun the individual, in ad- dition to vhlch the administration of Kslales by thK company-la on a piirely business footing vhere therp are no questions of con- flicting Interests. The British Canadian Trusts Company .A Progressive Home Company L.lhbridgc, Alberti. ;