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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Jam THIS tRTHBRIDGB; DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and lot us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. i. Ternis Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Look This Up Lots in Block 23; Duff Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, at each R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1111 pit EVERY DRUMMER A BOOSTER FOR SALE atralght .Crop Payment Plan, 480 acres, .1 1-2 miles from Neldpath Switch; 4 ..miles, northeast of Chili, good dirt, W. 1-2 of 320'acres .partially improved. You will have to hurry. O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. FOB SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Ed., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY JNSURANCt BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots facing north on McKay St., only one block from Westminster Road, each, 2 lots facing cast in Block 148, each. North Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE 5M SAY, MR. FARMER! We- have the choicest halt section- In the ChJn District'and will nell at 13600 on terms or 50 'all cash Best bua in that district. Aero lot on Westminster Rd., easy termi. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771, JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS. 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are ill irrignted and nearer the city thin any other tructi, we guarantee them PERFECT. We are the first buvera of irri- gated land to mb divide and our prices are 13060 cheaper than other! of like quahtj and location We make terms to suit, if jou Intend to lirnrove the property We also own a nice 1 2 acre with cottage and chicken sheds located ID the city llmlta, cheap and an aar MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real and Financial Brokers Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 An letter to the Coimnurcia of "We Need Your Everybody Huttle. In our first ojwn letter, we cnileav ored to; point out and the fact, that there Is no place on Ijurth, care not how many natural dlsad luges it may have to overcome, or how barren and unpromising K may see tit, it canbe stirred up by progressive policy.and made to bud and 'blossom like the Garden of Kden If the people pull together, and each and every Individual in tlie commun- ity, contributes his or her fair share of work In the-upbuilding of the city's Innterests. Hades Habitable. If Hades can he made a pleasant to live- in, you should make Lethbridge a progressive paradise, jf To accomplish 'this .we must all climb nto the banilj wagon ,aiid play our We arc. all like band instru- nentfl, some large and brassy cap- able of making a big noise, others soft and mellow as the tone of a clar- onet and some sharp and shrill like plcolo, not pleasant to listen to ndividually, but when blended Into 'tie harmonious whole, make' music sweet and melodious to the ear. Tho particular instrument that this letter will deal with IP, the ler." What Cin' Be pone. As" near as 'we can ascertain close on to one hundred travellers go "out of Lethbridge'and every one can talk and- work-.-for.-her interests The .Drummer Booster. 'The writer fully appreciates thear continuously upon the road, gives them opportunities to ren der assistance in advertising .heir town and.a.great aid-to a board of trade, meeting daily all'classes and conditions, and their line of nisiness being such, that they must of necessity become keen students of inman nature and "be rap- dly and accurately measure-up their man, know of no class of'man who so fully understands and appre- iates, ilhe utility and pub- icity, than the average drummer. It his business. The house sends him ut for the_ purpose of making known, nd giving publicity Jo the merits of their goods; A citj "must pursue the same systematic plan of organisation in its upbuilding, as the commercial house does in extending its business. What wouldltoe la.e result- if nine-1 tenths.of our houses, with drew their travellers1 from the It would not be long before-stagjtf tion .would .reign supreme in tliei establishments and the tenth firm getting all the tiade Substitute the word for the word "wait'' in rhe old thing cornea to him who" and... you have the spirit of modern progress. Get your travellers inteiested in the pub- icity schemes of your "city. Keep them well supplied with material in the nature of .descriptive matter and up lo date statistics and they become a travelling encyclopedia of facts and figures regarding your town. A wide awake publicity manager, courts, the good graces of the drumrn'er .as ardu- ously as. a young man woos his sweet- heart He knows his value, he knows .hat on earth can work the Jutineky Art with a stranger more gracefully and politely than the aver- age .travelling man who possesses such1 a 'multiplicity of forms o'f Intro- duction stored away In his fertile irain and always ready for use. -It may be, ".Have a or that re: minds me of a story old Smith who used to bo on the road.for (he nternatlonal) tells and countless economic rents and living for their workmen, and an I dual residential city to live In, etc., etc. By thle tlmu they have our traveller's Jumping off place. He bids good "bve to Burgle David- son, leaving them thoroughly con vlnced that I hey have been hi con- tict with real live booster, who al- though on the road for Scott Hen- derson' (grocerlM) carried publicity samples'for his home town as a side line. After registering at his hotel our drummer proceeds to the writing room and dictates a letter which reads some what., after this JOi. T. McPherfion, Esq., Industrial Commissioner. Dear Mac: On the Irain between Syracuse and Buffalo, I bumped into two parties P. J. Bugle and F. Davidson, and from their conversation inferred that they are contemplating starting a branch factory In Canada and seem to be stuck on Montreal..! gave them a great speer old town, and got a few good sized thinks into their tanks. I learned that they represent the Cor- is Drawn Steel .Co., and that their head office is in Piltsburg, Pa., so take up this cuo and get busy with- the- Pittsburg end. With what gave them OH the road, and What pour Into their head office, .here should be something doing. Yours on the boost, Will Ketohum. Many other Illustrations could be given to show what "a valuable aux- liary.the commercial traveller Is to a ity. The. names in the above are, fictitious, .but aside from hat.the'incident is founded on facts, and this factory is now in operation in a Canadian city and it is not Mon- treal. Mr. Commercial 'Man Mie Board of Trade ;des.res to enlist your servicea, and would, llkw "to .see every drum- mer so imbued with the spirit of pro- gressive development, that as a- re- sult-should he be In the habit of talk- ing-in his sleep, his theme would be, a greater! Lethbridge. MISSING LINKS INTOE CHAIN Rev. E. Murrell-Wright Preaches to Masonic Order A large and representative body of North Star; Lodge No. ,4, and Uth- bridg'e Lodge No. A. K. A. attended the evening service at JOHN T. HALL, Publicity Commissioner. MERGER IS LEGAL St.- Louis, June merger of the Southern Pacific.and Union Paci- fic railroads is'legal; an opinion handed 'down today by the United States circuit court of the eighth'district." Judge Hook filed a. dissenting. opinion .in which he ex- pressed the belief the govern- ment's petition, founded and should have been 'granted. Church of.St. Augustin. Meeting in the Masonic Temple they marched to tlic church, and filled the north side ol the nave. The aiitlicm rendered hy the choii-.was ''God SiiYe-tlie King, Grant the King a Long The rector, tlie Rev, Murrell- as, his text the latter part of viu-su 23 of dmptcr. 23 of St. Matthew's gospel, "These ought ye to have done, arid riot leave tlie oth- er "I will'speak to you lie "on the ifiissiug links iu tlie chain ot of.'many men today Meeting as ue do on the morron of St. violin the Haptist's day we should think of the lessons of liis life summed up in. the ancient prayer ot the collect for The lessons are three, constantly to speak the truth, boldly to rebuke vice, patient- ly to. suffer'for truth's sake." The whole life of John the Uaptist was, one long rebuke against the evils of his own day! In the text Christ is ut- tering; the strongest ichitke against the Pharisees, in tliat tliev were more particular about tile- outward ritual than true inward spiritualness. While careful-of hols, the) neglected the weightier matters of justice, judgment and merej Ritual is beautiful onlj when it is thc-.mariifcstation of what is tttthin the heaft This is a thought which speaks strongly to members of Money to Loan on Improved Farms 12 lots Block L, (350 each, terms lots on water, Duff Addition, each, caih 3 spur track lots, each W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 SENSATION AT CHATHAM 'Chatham June Jadley, ,one of the Hadley Lumber 'o., and one, of Chatham's most pro- minent business "men, was found un- conscious .in his office today, with a nllet.wound in his.head.and a revol- er -by his side. He was rushed to .the hospital and now in a critical condition It is upposed he may .Have; accidentally ischarged the weapon while examln- ng it. Cod Liver Oil With tlie Oil Takei Out A Triumph for ChcMul mml PhftraMcwtfeal Skill Oil from the liver of the cod-fish7 been as a preventative of diwue a restorative for ages, For a long time it has been the general opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Liwr Oil was the oily part itself only drawback being the unpak- table, fishv taste of the oil. From the frst experts have been try- ing to find to make it more table. They used to "cut" It with it in it with lemon to get away from that abominable fishy taste and smell. Lots of people still take it in Emul- sion form, which is nothing morn than "churned" still greftsy, oily and a strain on the digestion! Doctors used to think it was the oil Itself that built up the were slow to find out that the oil was distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- ciples contained m it Crude oil is quite Indigestible, and will, in time, put the strongest stomach out of order. A way has now been discovered to do away with .the grease and the smell, and pTt retain all the medicinal properties if the liver Tins is done by removing ihe fresh oil from the new livers. The fr.iiernal societies There is a pride in the ritual which is the expression of spuvetMng .deep. "Just in gassing j hope I am say- ing without offence, {hat in the won- durful celebrations of-'the recent cor- onation, when the Empire was calling on the Holy Ghost to annoimt its King, men somehow seemed to put the secondary before the primary, processions before songs he; fore before God This was a mistake." Truth, continued the preacher, is a great circle and one pail of it should not be magnified afc the expense of the other Outward symbols or cro- sier, mitre and cope in cathedrals, and the pomp of services were good so long as'ihej showed the spmttial punt; within The mere of outward forms cannot be called tiue religion Thib exaggeration ot one bide, at the expense of the other maKps foi ineffectual character There are lour thoughts winch be called the missing links in the re- ligion of manv First, the love of God, the one thing needful, and the of one's neighbor, the brother- hood of man 'Both bound together would tend to bung the Kingdom of God to earili Second, the merit of life in each indiv- dnal God sees through all shams, and men should not he valued for so- cial or political position, but for their imilation of Christ's life Tluid, belief in the eternal There was real gut in the martvrs who suffered for this belief Fourth, worship There a tendency to ignore worship, to treat .lightly homage to God, which Investigate AVERY Undermonnted ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators Only TJndermounted Trsclloh Engine on the, market. Bracket! bolted to Steel Lasts Longer, is More Powerful and Easier to Handle than Topmotinted'Engines. A very "Yellow- low" Separators are money Makeri for Threthermeu and Grain for Farmers. They are also back- ed ,up by the Strong- est Warrantlei, ghen by any mtnu- _, facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM AND GET PRICES BEFORE YOU BUT. W. R. DOBBIN, Agent FRUlt FARM With an orchard containing 370 apple trees, three and five years old; beitdes trees bear- ing peaches, apricota, pears an4 crab ap- ples, also raupberrie'a' and straw berrlea, 1 acre potatoei, 1 acre sweet corn and 1-2 acre panmipa and carrots. Good house and buildings This place is only 4 1-2 mil es from Kelowna. B. C. in the heart of the Okanagan Region and can be 'bought-for only Write us." "The Cascaden Land Co. MAC DONALD BLOCK. WATER RIGHTS SOLD AT AUCTION ir -forms always-on. tap. -Haying succeeded in introducing Is what we have luiown- to happen. Mode of Operation. knight of the grip finds him- self in general conversation with two strangers and as their talk In the smoker of the Pullman becomes'some- what confidential, he learns that they are representatives of a largo Amerl can concern thinking, of locating a branch factory in Canada and that they have ;i preference for .Montreal, ft being tlie largest city in the Domin- ion. Our drummer who has been load- ed with publicity facts regarding his town, begins to extol ils merits and paint in glowing colors, the eternal fitness of everything in general, to locating; of their factory In .own. It, has cheaper power, central location, excellent railway facilities for bringing in their material, and distributing their finished product. iver pulp is then reduced to the form of an extract like beef extract. NyaPs Cod Liver Compound is simply his'liver extract combined with tract of malt ind heating wild cherry. It aim contains the true hypophosphites. This combination makes Cod Liver Compound a delicious buildi up the system, and makes you itroog. Take it when you fee! yourself losing your grip. It's a pleasure to take- even the children like it. Get a bottle to-day and ward off disease. 11.00 for a large bottle. Your druggist will cheerfully recommend h because he knows alt about it. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBQTHAM ft CO. JACKSON A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBftlDGC nas important wilh activity in ulnlanthiopic work "is Masnns I Inil jou to labor (o a prrfcct being. .You are' interested in cverv- thmg that is good and line You acknowledge the Architect of the uni- verse In hliildinf. an eailhlv taber- nacle sec that it squares the life of Jesus Christ." CARDSTON IS A LUCKY TOWN Pinchcr Creek, June 24 Eight, out, ot twenty wafer rights nerc sold at the auction saie which toot place in the opera house on Friday morning hisM Seven pieces upset price of per acre, a quarter section iifai Lundhreck' being lij Win, I.ightlieart at per acre Thr sale was conducted by J Martin, of Calgary Mrs. P. Southworth, who-was lously ill Iditt week, is reported to he Mr Southworth wired, for fron? Montana'. The members of "D" squadron from this place returned from camp at C.ilgnn on Saturday right Mr.' Norman, Edmonton, who has bought out the Hclio printing plant II Snap In Inside Property Money to Loan on Im- proved Farm and City Properly HJlSkeith Phone-1343 Office. Opp. Aloindri Hotal and business, here with his family on Thursday It is estimated h) some that about people were in toun on Coron- ation Day, and a most creditable fea- lure of the proceedings is that only one arrest marie, and that one a "drunk." REAL SNAP 8 roamed modern bunga- on 37 1-2 fMt, 6th St 8.' between 5th and 6th S.' 13400 Further particular! at Phone 1343. Office opp. Alex- andra Hotel. PRISONER DEAD fN CELL -Fort William, .June Narous, a foreigner arrested night at nine o'clock tor being drunk and incap able, rolled off the bed the police cell and was found dead by the fer- geant immediately after On July 4th the ratepayers of Card- iton will vote on a bylaw to raise the sum of for the puipose of In stalling uater system in that town, and there is hardlj a doubfi that the measure will pass almost un- anfmouBlv. There are ven few towns of ol Cartiston which hate the so noar. at hand, and es- a position (hat it can be brought within the limits by -the gravity-method. R. E. McArthur of this who has had the work in hand, slates-that a good supply can be secured from LeV Creek, four and one-half mites from the town, and the system which they are conlomnlaflng will supply a city of populntlon. Ow for DROWNED TRYING TO HAVE BROTHER Montreal, Juno saving lier four year old brother from falling into the canal at Chnrlevolx street bridge curly fast evening, thirteen year old Kna Chapnt, whose home is in Pem- broke, Onl... fell into the water mil was drowned. The body -has not been recovered. What's In A Name? SMphenP I aw _a__ FOR YOU This Competition Closes July 10th, 1011. Come in and look these over: Refrigerators Screen Doors from from 11.25 Screen Windows Hammocks from 12.40 dost. from Arthur Hayr uardcn rfoaa >nif ASSIGNCE. Lawn Mowvra, All ;