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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta m I HE LKTHBRTDGE DAILY IFERALTJ Thursday. March 9,1011/ MANY CITIZENS AT FUNERAL Mr. Conybeare Raps Real Eseate Men (Continued (roui fiont pamM- Tributes Paid to the Late Fire Chief, Thos. P. Kilkenny i staled that aa I'lir ufi the city Is Cdn-cerned thore is no .dlstlnctton between a Board ot Trade thnt la under the sumUe and one that la not. The oily liaa pon-er to miike grants tu Uio board I of trade but it cannot go Into tho pxib-JicUy business itself. The jrrant can ' l3� made for that, purpose as 1v I. 2941 \> iiiiiipei( for them lo select twelve ot what ihcy consider tho best and report them to ilie council at the uovl meeiitis. Mr. Conyceare's Advice .Mr t'onybcnr", who is ilie city �o-liiilor, ailvlsed the council lliM he be- rhesc are covered by the one general ! Iievcd the ril.v ioiiPi.1! linil the iiowev (.i,,,,^^ alloaine granta tor die good Piiiriin s chi;i\li \s.i.^ vwiw'It'll, , |,ui'ir Ifi.^' frib-jie ti,. .'orisiden-d (hat If tiie> had "ot luctided as belnj; as .stood as rheira al-j r.srci-i :o nr.t- who while liviua bail ,,,p ,-|s;U'i, lo do this ihey had iv.nver read.''. K..iii.'il ili.'ir ,.siecni a.s a p- blic �/nii-cr..(, very little and could not make; and a- cri/i-n. The .-it: coirx'il ni fov sanitary work or otlici' de- tiMiiied iu a bod.v. occiipyiUi; the nuMrii- j,;,,-tinoiit.s of city work. p!'- ;!C.i S ir' ' chur.'h Ml 'tic nictu ,iotioii of .lohu Tayh'r lb' rct.-iry will provide each nicmbpr of | ot,j^^.,^,, ,q ^^^^ Board of Trad the louncil with a copy o! ibe mill-, mes of each moetiiis for liiPiu ' 111. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 4�. BIOSCOPE LECTURE BY Herbert Booth ^a^jSi;' MONDAY, MARCH 13th An entrancing story of The Eavltf Christians Admission 50c, Gallery 25c tiei-b rl '111' cil\ ottico sialf. a.' woll ilie civ!.' .itllcials iu MIC liiftiTi^iii lie-i piUtineui,-; o: i Iu- civic adniiuisi ra( ion A Bigger Fight i Mr. Conyhpare reminded ilie council ! however, that Ihcy had a still bigKOr 1 flpht on their hands. There is� stronR. as ll . Is at present couatiiuled. it hein.q al-1 keep legpd j, |g ^^^^ ^j. clnb."! were pre.cul. -The members of .he old f,,^. :^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^1 w.luutecr fire hrisadc led tne luneral. Associated Board c� Trade jciallon. The sugBestlnn has beeni, The Taber Board of I'rade wrote,maile that the Board shor.ld incorpor-; ti.-ikin.e the Board if lhe.^ would send a .ate under the nf�iiinion statute. Its ;proces.�iou from Kenerl.\ uudertakinn j parlors lo ilie rhurrh. and v.ere foi lowed 'v. � he piilice force Warm Cosy Tlip follow- of the fire brigade were ;;ajl iiearpi-5. Klrempu I'lias. Op- . reproseutati\c to that lonn lo under-jlake the organization of a Southern .-Vlherta .'Vssoclated Board oi Trade to charter �would then stipulate tie vnnm-bership, which would be limited to those engag-ed Jn mercantile and bank- 1 Include the territory from .Medicinejing business and wonid exclude pro- llai 10 Plncher Creek and from High Uiver lo the boundary. K. .\. Ounnlns-liam rouundcd the board fhat there bad been such an organization for sev. fessional men of all .kinds. It is alleged that the real estate agents, are Inimical to the nieicantTIe trade and other regular businesses. This matter will he brought up in the city coun-11 and objection will he made to niak- \nc memlipr ft "if, H Hueliner. I'has, Ross. K. Fii7 fici-.ilil. H. \\'ildinnii. H. Paiierson iiip'aliis F.iiilds and William flardie. Fii'hFv Bidaiilr eoiiduetpd the impres-si\f servb-e of the Roman Catholie cirireii and in his remarks paid a iri- """ �' - . bite ,o ihp worth of the departed.' f'"' " and spoke of bis laithfiilness to the '^i"' '^l "Ssociafion still had about,,ug any arant fo the Board of Trade ;'r isi tha' had been repo-ed in him hv '� f"''*"''" ''^'^ ''^ li"vlns|as it is at present constituted and un- -he eiiv of I.ethbrldpp He strongh se'''-etary ot it. .Mr. fonyjtii ip re-orRanized along the lines 'ir,;ed bin hearers :o learn she lesson"^"'"*" '''"^ 1"^' "^ the act. from his dea.h.and lo remember that association hf- and Mr. Kl-, all must some dav s-ruRRle with death""' secretary had been the 'and suffer defeat � -^^ "P- ''"^ The serv-;.,- a,' the church past, a " ^'^^ in'ofm the Urge number of people wen; - - - - T^^'^^'- >�h'-'1 f"nt '1"^ i-^ I Homau t'atholic body was Interred The 'ollowins were ""pa'iow. our Chief.- i.e:hbridge Fire i^'^ ""'""I"' .Depnr.meni: Leaning cross on stand. "� "''"^"l'- i'-'esi'lcn. of the Bar-city ottices wreath. 8tacey i,,,,oer ^^"'"'^ "'"'^ " ;Co.: cross. .' II. McDonnell: anchor. I \ olunteer fire deiiartmeni : heart. Win-iiiipea Hiiorier Co : epr�y. .Mr. aJid .VIr.'= ' beare said that at, I'lte last .Mr Dobbin took eiccootlon to .Mr. Conybeare's remarks and said that public sentlnienl was absolutely with the real estate men in the Board of to the' """ Trade. They had been the life of the ,.n,�.or, wbert. the''"^*'"'' represenlatives lo meet at Ta-|,j^jg ^ j j,- pon^p eemet.erj. wheie the,^^^^, ^^^^^^^ ^ re-organi7.ation' MATINEE EVERY DAY The Big Feature The Marked Trziil Great Western Drama To-day only 1^ the Horal iri- to bring about a re-oiganizaiion i ,j,rQ,pl^ ,^.|tl, j,jp grant It %ras because of the -Associated Hoard and supgesl-j ^hey feared a small number of men Ins thai the suggested territory be ex-. � ho had been leaders but who are now in the minority. "We want the Board to be a Lptbbridge aHsociatlon and nor for any particular class. Any good ci:l7.en should be tiualtfied to AUCTION SALE! Of Horses and Cattle There ^Vi!l Jm^ OtTcred \' rljiC Aiii-'�ncaii ecv. crumru ' has- hart a liiticr' e-vperiecce i-f llic fitibarrassmcii! oa iiv ' I'd hv l.ick ni icadiiip-is naval or luiiit.iM acMc'ii ulieii .-ii.icli aCliOi. h.ul hecoiiie impeiM' i\ c The ;\s^eInblllli; ei '-hips ami Iroop.-. n ,idds. iii.iv tdercl'Te he ;i v. I^c ;i,e, iliafti'il iiiaps of ihe roads of. .-Mp\ieo l,;,v- be,.11 prep.ired tor >i a jor ! P"l'l I'l' ^ comiuiUee .Mr Di.bhiii, the ICeneral ''ari'-r Whaieier tlic enuse are not the men who are building ! ion lo leavi^ blocks ami stariins indus'iries. When j reached, ihey sell the subdivision or when the real estate market goes flat they naek their grips and go elsewhere. -Mr. Dobbin htrld ihat the values are created by the returns made on the lUMt.uion was ucknowledeed, l,ut j investment and said thai these were created by the men who built ihe blocks and charged exorbitant rents. f-ome charge rents that would pay for their blocks in i wo years. Elton Supports Conybeare U. ii. Elton supported .Mr. Conybeare's coutenllon and the situation demands action such as Mr. Conybeare suggests. "We migli:: as well face the tact that there is iu the city a strong undercurrent of feeling against the Board of Trade as it exists," he said. �'Suppose thirty men should get together and organize. They could ap-; ply for a charter of incorporation and i then they could get an injunction pro-j j liiblting the the revision over was EISK IS BUSY WITH HIS BIBLE W4nnlpefl Wh�M MarM't Winnipeg Maroli ij-Mif OpMw4 *t %. closed n%: July opeocd closed 93; Oot�b�r otoiad 80; CMb Wheat, 1 Northern M%; 8 N�ftJ�W� Sfi'i; 3 Nortlifnx 88%; Ko. 4. 7�\; No. 5, 73^4; N�- �. ��: �9; �� 1. More Reeoneiled to Hisi^,l.^^ ' Fate Now anil Ls Quiet Again I .il^ary. March 7-)ohn Kisk, now uiidet sentence of death loi the mur-, ritr 01 Tucker Peach, is spendint; most ot his timp in the condptntied cell reading his Bible [ For hours he sits quievlv reading Ihc hook (11 hooks and appears to find ; ity council to make an> 1^ good deal of coiniori from it while Whcii askpd for the report of the VAN HORNE MOANS Bh/khhGuK C.PR. WILL SPEND uuisklT �tcp� COllgils. > � throat and lun�ii. olds, hcilif cenO Reciprocity Evidently Not Alarming Road as Much as Late President Montr**aj, .'^l.lrrfi ^ - Hit ^^ ilMiiUi \'au Home, former picsi-eu: >.{ ''. r K , :ll a >'iei p 1^ :! = :.-'l '. (i- i.uuii'recirrocl'�. s ^.n.- � .'u 't 'v.iiild ijestri.':' h ci ih" wire.s toda.i, the Iwar Uepartmeut within a few iiio �ments could ha\e ortbis for inv,ision' In the hands 'i' Mie iDUimauilPis of 'hp troops. Army Moves Southward I'ii. .Miinii - .-^lill liieier - Ihe iiiilse of peacei i! riiiiuoeil > res 'he . , ,. aiUanep o:' the aiiuy toward the soii.h- Heavy rmes at Calgaryjem from.rf nt ih.- cniie,! suoe-. is proceeding iu perfet i older liiirim-era'de iplegrams are lieluR rerpivil |'\ C.eneral I.ponani \\'oi.d. ehief of stall. rPpor'inw that his .- itlfh'U .iiid .'oniprphensivp di-'leis ilasned from Mip rai.ital oni' three da>s agii, afp le'iiia cariied leit r.iphli''- and diserntou. >'iuV oil; er.'; ha'. spi -he inaeiii!iei\ iiijil are tii "'ifie a ii's^piie loda>' Tpletriip.h ,iih e Ph siaie all of tile nifcii oidei'cd n;ii ,ii,- uow ino.iijy rapidly solilliward wi'li ample  nm-n;i�.snr> and .iiumimi'eei sipply. The navy is r;\rr\\i\.: out iis part of i r.e Kon:ontoti hall pi.iyer who s la ri � ' iiperat Ion v.-iihoui ile .-eniblanee of a ^o .'.13 1 houop .opre iagi fall. Hoi,, hiieli \'ps.-ei.- of liie f.'ih di% islon of I rt.-.-ii 111'. e-:Mgaiioiis rt-i i-.i'!.>� 1 ':i;M.ti 't'li :tn.- c'-.w, Mot):-' HiV'Pr �uii'' .-^M-lfi'ld Hi'is te^ni; tilled 1 .v,,i  1 dr'd and fiftv dollars e;,'h tin-;a';r.i:.e iiv Inspreiof iMiffus. ho'h I a-. I.J -old .'i-,'ior illegalb i-iaxter ehairnein. saiil tli.'i the coinmittpe '.i.i^ -loiiiewh.'l a i sea oi Hie ui-tioti of sniiie parties who are tr>-itu; 1'i check ihe ci'Urse hclnti adopt-p'l li\ 'he H'.aiii tf Ihe cil\ cmiti-eti laiihoi :;ivp the iiionev asked for and rernnmipailpd tn be giwn bv the iny j)')blicil\ ci'iiiniittpe, Hip Hoard would lune r.iise lis nioiipv be private This \ wboiesaie �lotiileri of OaiKW^, Ml t>urohaK6d lots 11, 12 �nel 1), Block A. on Fifth street, S. (KDun4) bttW�Mk Sixitb and Seventh ATeau��. Tb* price paid is not Btated- The yro' perty was owned by W. M. JohngoiJ. Faliiny Hair ^ .Mrii. .fas. HBTTtf, of Wap�H�, says: 'I have found Pftrt�i�n Safe to b� ihe besi scalp and hair tonic Mi4 Central Mpthodisi church, who f� �ct-1dressing I have ever UBed. My l>ilir iiig as Kisk's spiritual adviser |liad been coming out in eOJlsbs ftitl "Tie is very ph-useil when I go to and was very dry and brittle, *nd the see hiui and is accpptitig niv t^iinis-'scalp was alwa.VB itching- �nd fuH of The matter of getting Thos. Itichard-1 ir.iUons jtralelull v,'' said Mr Martin son, was brought up by .Mr. Dobbin in continuing his reiiort. lie had go; to say about should pry to tiv to get In somp wa\' so informaiion from the gentleman that he could spend a. week (r> Marcli here \t uotifieil at once. He was devol njing himself lo ciealing and dlreciliig imbliejiy enthusiasm in differeu: cities and .Mr. Dobbin believed that Mr. Kichardson could suggesi a good mat. for publicity commisjione'-. His '-h.nrge was ?r.iii' for the week a:.d would I'ay ' i,. |,;,^ i.of. but iiicrelv his own expenses. j-^.I,. \'.-i,-,j, to diticuss Men on Committees |que.-ti'jii at ail. The names of llie uicu appointed I -'--�--- lo Ih dandruff. 1 have used two bbttiOB of , . Farlsiitn Sane and It has stopped my "Has he made a eonlessioi, asked ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ j^^jj,^^ The .Ubcnau 'jnif, ^ave disappeared and my hUr "I have noLhin.j " .sp-.cral moie fiuesiioiis rclaliie lo tiiP eondemnpi! tiian'-; conduct were asked only to he met uilti "I think liii least taid aboiii Fisk the heHi-r." Tins dops not indi'-a'e either thai the names different eommitiecs v.ere .�all-'eiG PRICE A-5KED Conyiiearp MAKE IHIS TEST r. S. Gal-braitii. On Ihe railway commitioe, the ehalr- W. iu fine and soft and glossy. I would not be without this fine hair tonic for many times the price." Por women, men or chUdreu FarU-iaii Sage Is without any doubt the finest preparation for the hair. Daintily perfumed, it if. free from grease or stickInesa, and ought to be where every member ot the family could use It daily. Large bottle nP cents at all druggists or from tho proprietors, the TTiroux Mfg. C'o., Fort Erie, Ont.. post-; paid. The girl with the Auburn hoir FOR MONTREAL CHURCH |.s on every package. Sold and euftr-Moiitriii, Marili v --The price of the anteod by Jackaon & Cope. St .laincs Methodist church properiyi � i . i on .'st. tlatherlne street has been ael i ar $'.i,nnn,b''ii.i. The figure- was itei at a meeting of the ouicials ol ihe. church held some time ago. Si-; incm-i bers of the trustee board and six of.| the i|iarterly hoard met to dl?cuRs Ihe! adviisnbllity of selling the properly. Jt' �was decided not lo sell and not lo ne-| gollaie until this price is offered. Tha^ Howed by snow The atraosphore clear-, ^t,jl j, oo. Hold only at our store-led away aftenvards, but that night' The Rexall -More, ,1 D Hieln'^o'iham. very hea.y winds prevailed, ' Co man, .lolin Taylor, had named Ball and R. E. .McArHiur. Ou Ihe membprsnip commit tee, Chairman r':iton had appoin'ed .1. V. McKenzie and K. Itafton C.annln*:. On the reception and eute: tninnieiit commiilee, the chairman, F. V\ . Downer, had named A. Hajr and A Barns-ley. ll was decided t.o leave tho revision ot the by-laws until the incorporation had been secured. .Mr. Conybeare; said that If he had anyihlnK to do with It, he would copy tho Winnipeg charter which loft out the real eatate men. To include them would bo like a man turning on the A'ster In the bath tub, geitiiiR in and then pulling out the plug. He would not continue to try to Uutld up the city while the real estate men were foiling his efforts by raisiDg ibe price of real � feeling of ihe ineeiing was strongly ngalnfl the sale. WANT McNICOL TO MARRY THEM K couple called on .f. W. McNicol this morning and sought his services In uniting them in matrimony. Mr. .McNicol said he was usually willing to undcrt.ake any kind ot a .ioh bin he had to pass this proposition along l