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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta sti W; B; Sherman, Mgr. THE E HERALD 17? I91L FEE WAS FIXEi At a Meeting of Mem- bers of the Associated Board of Trades W1THOOT "FROiT-A-TiVES" Writes Tfie Treasurer Of Caledonia Township FEXAGHVALE, ONT.. Jan. For thirty-five years (and lam now a man over seventy) I have been a terrible sufferer from Constipation. J No matter what remedy or physician t I employed, the result was always the I to get a cure. About two years "a-j-o, I read the If the metrtiftt: n: the Associated j Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta hdri last r.ight at Si. Augustiii's haii it? any criterion of the future! work ins: of that organization, the. j people of this district will not testimonial of Hon. John Costigan re- j not oil gardiug "Fruit-a-tives" and I decided I v SALARIES FOR BRITISH London. May David Lloyd-George presented his annual budget in the- I rouse yesterday. The only noticeable feature was a provi-1 sion TO pay members of the Commons 'salary of a vear. Thev will to give this fruit medicine trial. I have u'Scd "Fruit-a-tives" ever, since. They are the first and only medicine that suited my case. If it were not for I sun satisfied that I could not 'JAMES PROUDFOOT. _Thc liver controls the bowels by up enough bile to make the allowed expenses or pensions. Members of the cabinet drawing salaries do not get salaries as members of the House. be In. noticing the heneticial re- bowels move. The only possibleva suits thai will accrue from its forma-} to cure constipation is to'make the liver active and hsalthv and thus store up tiou. It can t be said to been sufficient bile to inove the bowels, much more than an organization; "Fruit-a-iives" acts directly on the an abundance of bowels to move regularly 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, At dealers, or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. I meeting. The important business be- 11 fore it "was the adopting of a coasti- Hii V union, but when it is known that twenty, delegates representing -towns from Okotoks on the north and Cole- I and Irvine on the west and east j By EDWARD LOCKE Musical Theme by Joseph Carl Breil prosper. The president of the new body, Dr. Leech of Taber. presided, and cxplai cd the work before the meeting. The secretary pro tern. Percy Leech nf! a. then read the constitut pres METHODIST? WILL BUILD CHURCH OF TRADE TO HANDLE CELEBRATION ON JULY 1 Taber. May has been fall- ing steadily since about noon and is sinking well into the soil. Many of the farmers who came into this section during; the last year or so. are coun- 4 but a erigag-'isma11 are wishing they had had occurred on Saturday The.deceased faith. The death ed on this same'work. -hist before (the meeting urJCr. M. Hatch'took''advantage ofthe monnng last of Mrs. John Harding, he excellent opportunity afforded by such llved a 5ew miles soulh of town- I i drafted by ihe committee on and constitutions. This was adop j- M A txo JU.C1U iil LLLtJ j with the exception of one or two j strongly advised that as 'many of the jchurcn of tae Latter Day Saints here, j clauses. The main objection was tak j towns as possible send delegates and! and was attended by a large number! en vo the clause relating to the as- j Ambits to :the congress at Colorado j of people.--John Harding is a brother sessment that may be made on each j Springs this coming October, and byjot Karl Harding, and is left with two Board represented, as several .of the J very numbers- show the people children, besides an infant girl delegates felt that if that were placed of the States that Alberta wants the but a few to it's -iat top hish a figure it would tend to Dry Farming" Congress here next! mother's death" Mucl1 keep out some oi the smaller towns f year. He also'mentioned that --irelt for bereaved husband mother's for who are anxious 10 join in the work, j could do a good 'work by getting the This objection was at last overcome j of the delegates of their native by C. F. a lev clause that met with the ap- UiiiL v-j-o.uuu naa already been proir. and Methodist Business Meeting _ A business meeting of the Method- P. Conybeare, who stavts, and writing tnem to the effect lsfc churcll Kere was held on Thursdav use that met with the ap-itMt caa already been prom- j evening last, 'being the closing meet- nroval of ail oresent, and was unani- ised for the purpose of getting ...mously .adopted. As the levy clause congress at Lethbridge in 1912, jl now stands, each Board of Trade en-1 asking them-for, thek1 support. association will pay the Ing of this year. Rev. T. F. andj Ferry, of Letb bridge, chairman of the His I district, remarks were Considering' the disadvantage the A play of sweetness, Cheerful- ness and Strength SEATS NOW ON SALE 50c I! membership oi per annum, and in j asm, and every--, board-represented atjcllurCQ here has'been laboring j addition the association has the pow-j convention signified.--its'intention iin not having a resident.-minister, the i cr at anv general meeting to levy i to do all- in its; to land the was foxmd to be in condi' I at the 'rate oi four V-annum confess lor Abridge.: jtion and everything looks favorable j ,nn future work and progress. The population tor tne general." At tne close the meeting the -ex- principal matters discussed were she wording :und. If that amount is not ecutive mef few minutes for the ministerial supply for next year, and sufficient to meet the needs of the as-j purpose of electing. a secretary on ac-ithe church building project. Mr. i sociation the executive have the ?ow-j count of the resignation xtf Percy Perry reported that the conference j er to make a .further .levy of four dol-i Leech who felt that he had not the'had decided to send an ordained man j lars per annum per 100 population at j time to give--the J. JTanwaring j about the end of June. Regard- any of their meetings. Then, if. still j was therefore appointed as secretary tfle building project, the meeting j more is needed it will he necessary to I for thirty days until such time as the yery enthusiastic .and it was stat- cal! a general meeting when a major- Associated Boards could find out ex- ed that excellent lots had been offered icy vote of all the boards in good j actly what membership they the CliurCl1 T- A- standing at that time has the author-' pect when permanen ity to make any further levy that he appointed. meeting to be called later trustees will secretary will wllo have pow-er to CT'-M- Hatch was al-j accept these lots on behalf of the may oe necessary to meet tne needsi so appointed treasurer for the same of .the bodv. In this T CONCENTRATED Lemona Is the real thing. A Pure Le product. It .has the delicious fla of the fresh ripe fruit. Contains no other acid. Each bottle makes half a gallon of delicious glasses for 15c. AT ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS 101T For Good Meals and uick Service ,Mr Perry expressed UilUltJli. -1J.1. JTCliV eAt-MCQBCU ilJLUOC.1.1. The voting delegates present ;as beingWessed by the great oppor- appreciated E. M. Bally, Irvine'; If. H. tnnity which Taber presents for work MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. Phone S46. TO-MORxROW NIGHT PSYCHIC AND.'MYSTIC CO. HYPNOTISM, MAGIC AND ILLUSION. VENTRILOQUISM, MIND READING, 'MESMERISM. SOMGS, ETC. THE MOST TALKED OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON 25c. way it was, time thought that all the different boards were ..._ __. were properly protected and no levy Foster, Seven Persons C. N. Olson, land .thinks that 'Methodism has a great Tile Times, which made its could he made without the consent oijWhitia P. Other, Winniire.d E.c'Jfuture before it in this locality. MrJjmtial bow to the Public this rnnminp- the association as a whole. Ludtke, Bow Lsland G. E, Ewing, jSundal was appointed lay delegate to the public this morning, appears to have made a very favorable impression, if the conversation heard John T.Hali, secretarv of the As-! Taber; E. A. Cunningham, -Leth- tfle district meeting to be held in crroo. r L-ethbridge next week. Mr. Cook, the on tne streets today may be taken as a criterion. sociated Boards of Trade of Western T. A. Spackman Canada, was called upon for a .few! Dr. Isaacs, Barons; -A. remarks and in an address bubbling over with enthusiasm: he outlined some oi the benefits, that the people of Southern Alberta would derive! from this new movement-. It would, i he said, in no way interfere with the j work of the larger organization, but j would rather tend to make their j work more effective. Each district in j Western Canada has certain matters i Stirling P.-Hogg, t'armangay -I. H-. Miller. Champion; P. C. Reed, Okotoks N.. G-. Holmes, Claresholm J. urr.; E. G. ,3 M. Ormond, Pincher Ouimette, Coleman.' pastor in charge, will also attend. The Methodist service held Sunday evening in the Palm theatre-was well BiG Monarch s Creek W. MILL SHUT DOWN ilie, Pa.. May Six attended, although, the doubtful wea- ther no doubt kept many from employees of present. Of the American mills of the Sheet. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, of Calgary, and Tjn bave been not PORT ARTHUR was the preacher, though his coming 'was quite unexpected. He gave a very FARMERS TO MEET BORDEN Winnipeg, May The farmers of .the prairie provinces ar? preparing to meet R: L. Border, :thf Conservative leader, at each of -th< thirty different 'points where he billed to .speak during his tour next ified that their serivces will no longer surnmer- consider Mr. regnired after May 20. The mill will j.Borden a possibility, though MAN LOSES Port Ont., May 16.- for consideration which can best be !.j affray, electrician, at j looked after by a district organiza- and Shipbuilding i lion. They are closely linked in j one of the best known i striving to attain certain ends. lost his -left-hand-this mornin as this is the age of systematic or-iit: heing completely severed at the i it augurs well for the while, he was engaged -in re-j! j instructive address upon the work ofjremain idle and the loss tbe of being; premier, -they propose ta HANDitne church' throughout; .the province, jof about a month will before him the matters -which No ,reasoQ for thefwere presented 'to; Sir Wilfrid, IK and exPressed himself as being very iere_ -Sterlingspieased wstb the prospective field of Western j service in Taber. and the opportuni- Co., lherein presented. men in tbej Mr Buchanan interviewed a num- of tihe influential mero'bers of the congregation regarding the new church project.' and was very pleased with ture of Southern Alberta that so motor pair Attitude many of the towns and cities shears used for cuttin-g boilerfThe seagon is favorable it is.expected seen fit to unite their efforts to ad- t vance their common interests, for what benefits one. benefits all. The (larger body, he said, had been called I the Business Men's parliament of Canada, and to show what! RAILWAY J work they were accomplishing along ;sheet iron. The shears suddenly jed? cutting through his arm as if, itl tnat a handsome, and serviceable build- ins draw t the ntteM.ion of the readers to this !great- country. Ir. order to gain some idea of the amount of the first levy a rough es- j timate of the population that would I likely be represented in the organiza- UioTi was made and it was found that they could donor.d on about j At S2 per hundred, the hoard would I he to raise S700 to carry on the I 'tttis siimiT.er, whic-'n with" the! j entrance fee would bring the amount j I up to about S3.find. This was thought! to'be enough for ,1 start so the first! assessment was fixed at this figure, valuedlThr before'them for. this ans-wered, Rowlandsai: vrere se-cured by as by Dr. Leech. the negative to vessels of the Newfoundland seal-- is-to compile facts and for be erected early in the fall. Board of Trade Meeting A well attended meeting of the Board of Trade was -held in the coun icil cham'oer on Friday evening, when business was under consid May rail-'eration The president. Geo. ne. read an article that hejway, project for the construction ofiwas appointed voting delegate to the {had prepared for the Municipal World j an extensive .system in Asiatic of.the Associated Boards of lor the June issue. It was short. an American syndicate ..under of southern Altoetia. to be held but pithy, and one that would draw !Cnester was presented to T and a'num- shut down is announced. ier last summer. A True Saying! PROJECT IN TURKEY! -MOT WORRYfNG ABOUT IT GREAT SEAL CATCH May the House John's. Nfld.. May huiJ as today. Sir Edward and five thousand seals, is the modern way of doing business. are srJad, to sell .you a VICTOR in that in Lethbridge next week, and an urn J Oer of those: present expressed their i intention to 'be present, so that Taber be well represented. A strong committee was appointed to make ar- rangements to receive and entertain the Winnipeg business men's excur- sion on June .5th. It was also decided teat the board take hold of the 1st of j Jjuly celebration, and it is expected that this year's holiday will eclipse anything of the kind ever held in Ta'b- before. The secretary was 'led to write to various places with tBis end in view. Two or three new members were elected, and others were nominated. The work of Doc- tor Leech in presuadlng the Winnipeg business men to stop off at Ta'oer -was highly praised by the board. Saturday evening the celebrated Ta- ber: band gave the first of 3 series of (Saturday night concerts. Although the was threatening, a number of !c enjoyed the efforts of the band. ;