Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THfc LETHBftlHeKDAILY HERALD Saturday, May Uth, 1912 � i b North Lethbridge Lots 14,15,16,17, Block 155j facing east on Westminster Road, $90G^ea.eh; 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8 month s1. '�' v : Lots 6, 7, 8, Block.152, #325 each-$375.00 cash, balance August and February. - BLACKBURNE & DAWSON INSURANCE COALOAL*. BLOCK TEL. 10M Both Sidd Were at CQnseryative (Continued from front' page). FOUND HERMAN LIPPOLD DEAD. CARDSTON MAN DIED ALONE IN HOUSE-WAS A. VICTIM OF ALCOHOLIC POISONING Cardston, May 11.-On going to his house yesterday afternoon to make inquiries as to his condition, two of his friends found Herman Lippold dead in his bed. Death had occurred �within the past twelve hours before liis friends found him. Lippold, who,Is -a blacksmith, had gone to his home the evening before In a very bad condition. Death Is, therefore, supposed to be due. to alcoholic poisoning. ,*Before*coming to Cardston eighteen months ago, the deceased-had lived at Spring, Coulee, .having come to the latter place about'three years ago from Spokane. Friends took charge" of the funeral services which were held this a: ternooin HILL- NAMES' GRAY AS G. N. PRESIDENT . New York, May 10.-James J. Hill chairman of the Great Northern railroad, arrived in this city today, and said that when Carl R. Gray resigned a* head of the ."North Bank" road, he would become president of the Great Northern.- BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST & GUARANTEE COMPANY -ACTS AS:. v TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR - ASSIGNEE AND RECEIVER . MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED INSURANCE: FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS, LIABILITY, FIDELITY - I'^-k - 1- ' .' GUARANTEE : " " Conyoesre Slock' J, S. Haxton � n.ethbrldge", -Alta Manager THE CANADIAN BANK :m COMMERCE ^f^^J^^fe^'^^^'*^*,^ ' .';�.''�� ViA-'^' '','''' ' . HAVS IMPTALLBJO'IN thri* VAULT A JfRST Of SAFETY;DEPOSIT BOXES '^"^PBv'rJim HAysamy ��' TTTLE DEEPS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY 9hoxjld BE LODGED im ONE OF TMW �OX� ������� . m .j. "OK. rUMTHESJ UWORMATIOM *ffi � TA Leffibridge Branch - -NC G.XNotirse. Mgr. (ANK OF CANADA S^aSfe^ $8481.371 T�UltaM(Htr)$58,0N,|it Thrifty Children The lesson of thrift, so necessary to the future welfare of your childreu, T ~~ is perhaps best taught by opening for each'a Savings Bank Account, and y encouraging them to deposit regularly a portion of their spending money. Though they may not accumulate very much money, -* they will learn.its value and how to save it. : . We welcome Children's Savings Accounts. ETHBRIDGE BRANCH . .... G. R. TINNING, Manager! jRASSY LAKE BRANCH A. B. KING, Act'g. Manager] �1 Tkreadaaeftlc St, EX. , rr.w. CBAKTSMtm. William Laurie presided, and speech es were delivered by Candidate Par-Tiflh and Dr. Stewart, of Lethbridge, for thei Conservatives, and Mr. Woolf for the Liberals. Good- nature prevailed, and while there was ho doubt that the majority present were supporters of Mt. Woolf every one received fair play. The Michener Candidate Mr. Parrfsh opened, the ball, and devoted most of bis time to replying to Sir. Woolf's.. .charge of the night previous that he had become suddenly silent on the question o' natural resources. He dented this, and, proceeding, con tended that it was a simon pure plank of the Conservative platform, to which J the Liberals had no claim. He intim ated that the province would never get its resources from 'the Borden government, while a Liberal government was in power in the province. . Mr. Woolf followed, and received a rousing reception. He _,chided, the Conservative candidate and, other speakers for that party, with having advanced nothing of a constructive character, and indeed with, advancing nothing designed to. build up the province. The people ask more than continuous criticism. Mr. Woolf gave facts and figure* showing the splendid condition of the province, and outlined, the useful legislation passed by the government, all. well designed to help out the common people. He.also charged Dr. Stewart with making a covert attack on the late member in the legislature, and as conspicuously lacking in the courage to make a definite charge. > -Sectional Cries Dr. Stewart, as usual devoted his time to the railway question, raising the sectional cry that the north is sotting more railways than the south. He claimed that 75 per cent, of; ihe guarantees were, for railways north, ?f the Saskatchewan river. He denied that a railway is to so through Cardston, and this, despite the fact that when the route map was approved at'Ottawa a few monthgSago it, was specifically ordered that Hhh Canadian Northern should go to Qkrd? st'on. That fact is a matter of ttjfci-ir.ou .record* at Ottawa, and canj"be verified by ^application to the Department of -Railways. ;:; Dr. Stewart claimed that he tiiid make a charge in.the legislature against Johnny Woolf, and the Liberals did not dare defend their friend. � The meeting broke ap with clears fortably. . ; J McClary's "Sunshine". ' Furnace makes the most of , very little fuel, and distri- K butes a much greater .percent* age of heat throughout house than the ordinary furnace. Ashes cannot bank up between ' the active fire and the walls of the. Fire-pot in the "Sunshine" Furnace. It is an absolute guarantee of balmy- June wea-. ther in the home, when Jack Frost's icy garments are jingling in the Arctic cold without. That's why the "Sunshine" is called "The Ice King's Master." The,"Sunshine" Furnace is an excellent investment-It will last a life-time with ordinary, care-and return you a hand-so'nie Wtetest oh the investment every , year by the actual saving it effects. Now, we want you to do u�a favor--we want you to call on the Mc&lary agent an,d ask him to prove every claim we make for the "Sunshine" Furnace-ask him to prove every claim, true. " Ask him to show you-The fuel-saying features of the "Sunshine" -v. The mechanical reasons which make balmy healthy June weather possible in the home when Jack Frost is in his element without-Why the "Sunshine" saves money which other furnaces burn up, and-Why the largest makers of furn--aces in the British Empire-so' amply and so fearlessly);guarantee the "Sun>v shine"--The Understudy of the Sun. _ -Your decision will please us ;and pay . you. If you don't know the McClary agent, write us at our nearest.address. LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG M?ClaryS 302 HAMILTON CALGARY ST. JOHN, N. VANCOUVER ------ -t- r "j---------( .....j jt, was his rather1" (jharactcrisvic? rep Mr. I?a.. I refused''to commit hims that dep'airtmcnt. "I told you so,',' ply, himself as to \vh^tc 'the Vompany would do, and wen^j away with the party to look at.^e big.bridge leaving that question unanswered. , BA8� r ROO�TCR}�WA8 . CAUSE OF INSOMNIA Torontd, May 10.-Biertbn R. Caae,4 patent solicitor,'has entered suit against'Q. Spencer j Bate, htanext, door neighbor, bf Balaam' avenue, for $600 damages fbr injury sustained through loss of sleep due'to'the crowing of a, rooster w^th a' basso profunda -voice domiciled in a chicken home on the rear of B^e'a lot. j � Bate has offered to substitute a bird with /a more*'musical but less io-bust voice, and a Substitute on this robust mky be arranged. ': 1 , Magrath Wants More Railway Facilities (Continued from front pnge) LEAVES MONTREAL CHURCH FOR TORQNTO PASTORATE Montreal, May 10.-Rev. Frank J>. Day, pastor of Ziqn Congregational Church, anounced this evening to his congregation, that he had accepted the call to the Northern Congregational Church Toronto. 4 TOM MoHUQH DEAD Calgary, May 11,-Tom Mc-�Hugh, brother of J. J. and the late Felix JJcHugh, died this morning, aged 57, He, came West in 1882, and ranched at Queenstown. rfine speech-in reference to beautifying the town. It was Mr. Carter's de-alre that the people should be enthused with the work erf the Board of Trade* especially along the lines of civic ornamentation and decoration, so that" Magrath could be more proud still'of the enviable' title, she has so long held, "The Garden City." He asserted that one spot in the town, above all others, should be attended, to* without loss of time, this spot being the .station yard. Mr. Carter explained, the condition of the stations all through the middle and western states, showing clearly that a neat bed of flowers and a small well-trimmed grove of trees, was one of the best forms of advertising a town could have, and, further, the least expensive. The speaker said he would very much like to see the board correspond with the C. P. R, and .ascertain, just what the company would do. Before resuming his, seat, Mr. Carter strongly advised the board to get busy on the exhibit to the Dry-Farming Con gress. Space should be secured at once, and the necessary arrangements for the collection of the display, also, the cultivation of suitable exhibits, be initiated at once. The suggestions of Mr. Carter were heartily endorsed by. everyone prevent, several speakers commending the gentleman 'for his enterprise. F. H. Turner felt that immediate action should be taken in the matter of the Magrath exhibit at the Congress, moving-that a committee of two be appointed to wait on tht> Agricultural-Society, with the purpose of securing their assistance in gathering the display. The motion carried, and Messrs. Parley Carter and J. Bridge .were appointed to compose the opm-mlttee. .�....'.�' ' The secretary was empowered to supply Commissioner Leach with a list of the Openings in this town, urging the commissioner'to use his influence in attracting .prospective business men to Magrath, as there is a need for a large'number .of new businesses which - would undoubtedly pay well.' .� ' ' . The last subject to be discussed was. that of.the establishment of additional land titlti offices throughout (ihe province; particularly in'this south country, where such an office is badly needed. A Istrbna'. resolution was 'finally passed, and the secretary was instrUoted to forward-same to the pro-ylnolal government. The: resolution ask'* that a fioyal Commission be ap-pointed to investigate the land titles situation and. report at the next ses-^n of the legislature.' ^ . . . . When you buy ask for" MM matches THBV "HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BA8E HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON Eddy's Matches have lsfied Canadians since 1851-accept no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada SHIPLOAD OF TEETOTALER8 � New York, May 10.-Records of all' kinds have been: claimed by .steamship's coming into port, but none more strange -that the boast of the Columbia,, of the Anchor line, which has just completed a trip from Glasgow, without having sold a drink during the "entire, voyage." There was plenty of drink on -board, but all the passengers were total abstainers. NEWS TO CR OTHER 8 Ottawa, May' 11.-Hon;* T. W. Cro-th*rs, Minister of Labor, when seen in regard to the report that he would be the new chairman of the Railway Board, said that it was news to him, The appointment, it is stated, will not be made until Hon. Frank Cochrane, Mlfiiater of Railways and Canals, returns .to the capital from the Maritime provinces. . , BUNGALOW CAN BE BUILT from: the. materials we sell. Come in today and let us help you plan that bungalow you have been thinking about. AVe will save .you.money and-add to its comfort and usefulness. We have every kind, of lumber you are likely to require at prices to suit your bank bodk. r Farmers'Lumber Co.Ui- Opfi'atlng Yards In Southern Alberta. See our big sign "THj^ LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARD" TKe ykrd where all mateiual is under cover.