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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ftaturday, May TTTE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD THE CANADIAN BANK OF; COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MAHAQIR REST.- TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES linied by CArudun Bank or Commerce aie tlio most convenient form in which to carry money when travelling. They are everywhere, and the exact amount payable in the cip.ll foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. Tin cheques are Issued in denominations of and i may be obtained on application at the Bank In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canidun Bank ol Commerce has issued a booklet entjtled "Informa'ion of Interest to thosf to which will be sent free to for it. Lethbridge Branch C. G, K, Nourse. Mgr Or CANADA Remit Money By Bank Money Orders Bank Money Orders issued by the Union Bank of Canada for sums up to oo cost only from 30 16 150, according to 'amount They are pajable an> where m Canada (Yukon and in the principal United States cities 1 Honey seat in this way ib ab safe as if you handed it direct to the payee. LETHBRIDGE GRASSY LAKE BRANCH A B KING, Act'g'Manager ENG.. BRANCH, 51 Tilrentoeeille, EL, E.C. Asm, .C. M. C. UAHT SMITH, Unsger. AMlsUnl Uutger. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY ACTS AS C'k'7r iTRUSTEE, EXECUTAP, ADMINISTRATOR; ASSIGNEE AND 'k. r y MONEY TO LOAN ON AGREEMENTS OF'SALE RURC.HASED INSURANCE: W' FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS, GUARANTEE Conybeare Block J. 8. Haxton Lethbridge, Alta Manager _______ iWe Arc Much Alike The queen of a ceitnin east end Idtchen craved, or rather sought, per anission of her mistress to entertain a few sister Friday- afternoons Permission was forthcoming and theroa'ter on Friday afternoon the tinuously, below The mistress the house takes kindly .interest JD her nervants. 'What do you and your friends talk she.agltcd of the cook one clay Recently, j 'Well, ma'am, I expects wig talks, much the same as 3011 do when jou has yoni iriends here "And how is "Well, and'your friends uiofatly the servant question "Yes, I suppose we do 1 "And discusses the missue qu-et, cook. Post" FREE SITES AND POWER FOR INDUSTRIES Board of Trade Will, Ask City Council for These "That, In the opinion ot the Hoavd, tho City Council should Consider the advisability supplying surplus power to industries, at actual cost, free o'-r overhead with the object, if possible, of competing with the rato' of 'one cent .'per f kilowatt hour in force in .other western cities1 "And, lfc cannot carry out the purpose year People are flocking here, many of them wIU want to stay, and It Is wholc matter summed up was ip to the Board of-, Trade, if at Jill possible, to provide industries which vill give employment to these new- :oincrs who are seeking a living in Lethbridge. It was Industrial night at the Board if Trade, and there was hardly a' iook or cranny which was not Inves igaled. The Board of Trade wants .titries to here. The city oes not seem to be getting'-a''fair liare In proportion .'to other. Alberta, itles, if all tho reports are true. Just was. the, reason .far this .conui- :on of affairs has been.the all-absorb- ig qupstion with the industrial com litte-e of the Board for some time. therefore a question of sites and pow- er lo meet the offers other cities hi. ah way, and the above, losolution was therefore carried It will be presented at the meeting of the'.City Council by a delegation! consisting qE. President Cunningham, I A. B. Stafford and G. W. Green. While talking of Industries, F, W i Downer rose to remark that lie heliev ed that half the people in Lethbridge little more thin a passing idea of hat mdustt leg Lethbridge has at Its door There are sK cial .mines in .operation within a ra- djus of sK miles of the citj Kierj on-3 of Uiese mines has a plant worth from a half, to one million dollars makes it absolutely gas, and dust-proof. Clearly, the "Sunshine" is the premier furnace as far as the Fire-pot is con- cerned. The: Grates of the "Sunshine" Furnace have three sides each. Plainly, they have three times.the endurance of one-sided grates J3very time you rock down the ashes of the "Sunshine" you can expose a fresh side of the grate to the fierce r-eat of the the life of the grates. for which the water-pan was devised The water-pan of the "Sunshine" Furn- ace is placed scientifically above the B. chairman I Their coftl aje worth mini more Show a cit> in Albei ta'tbat can polnt'-tb industries with anything like' the Same 'Investment BRIGHTON 'ACTIVE A Brighton lias been organised by the rd of trade f the committee, explained the rea ons, and "the difficulties' so -far as e had found them in his dealings ith several different enterprises1 uring the past-few weeks AVhen it comes down to the final nalysis, 'Mr. Stafford out mt Lethbridge -seemed to b'e handi- ippcd on two.counts, First, the city! as instituted a- system giving ases for the. .land. Theseiare 99-year-leases, an-d to all tents and purposes, the site.grantee an industrial concern j .belongs to e Industry. But at the same, time is not a tangible asset in that, it nnbt be used as security for a mort- ige, and, therefore, adds nothing the credit of the concerns. Large concerns care very little 'about' this; the value of the site is neith- nor, there -witjj :Biit the small and, Cony- bearse sai. d is the small _dus tries with to develop Into large ones that Lethbridge wants, as they are in the end the best paying small" industries want that'site in fee simple And the short, teeth of "Sun- shine" grates simply grind up clinkers. The "Sunshine" Furnace is the best as far as'grate construction goes. radiator near the heat laps up the water, before being diffused all over the house It contains the same amount of moisture as the air of''a- balmy June day. Plainly, as far as the is concerned the "Sunshine" is the furnace you should buy. There are many more reasons why you should invest your money in "The Un- derstudy of the "Sun- shine" Furnace. Call on the McClary agent and ask him to mechanical reasons and exclusive de- vices which go to make the "Sunshine" the best and therefore the cheapest as Lethb' i has in hei coal i-iine- But He believed :that th-a memberc of the Bcaid should ac fiuaiht' themselves" ivltli1' what thev at homc'iii tile matter of in dustnes It proljnblj caliEe them to considei the question of Shaking an ordinary furnace is-hard, furnace yqu can buy. Write'us'at our back-breaking labor. You don't_neod to nearest address if you cannot get in fahake the "touch with him. LONDON TORONTO VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N B. MONTREAL WINNIPEG HAMILTON CALGARY TdLMLMLMLMLMLMUMLMLMLMLML JV1L industries in a' different light, and show has nov. "111 eventually attract more 111 __ duptries than anything Jn my othei of Alberta He therefore pro writer has been receivin 1 a "See Lethbridge First" excur- similar letters in other and parts of the Observation co sion. The idea was readily accepted, and the entertainment committee will endeavor to arrange the excursion for next afternoon. Aft1 that the Board will arrange a ge acquainted excursion for the purpo of visiting the irrigation works of tl South Alberta Land Co. matter o.s holding- a banqui fpi the .purpose of entertaining tl offlcmlsrof the O J trlct also ibis d itf up, and del nitelj decided on euterfainmei coHimittea inakei reporU ati >i the council of !ML 1ML ML ML iVIL ML IVIL ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML IVIL ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML1 ML ML ML MLMLMLMLMLMLMLMLMLMLMLML Sold by SANDERSON Here's Your Paint! Whatever your job pf painting whether you do it ydurself, or have a painter .'do sure of a GOOD job, soonest done, best looking, long-- _est service, by getting PURE PAINTS All ready for use. Simply choose the right color from the forty-seven shades in which M-L paints are off the cover, ttir a bit and start to work. 'You'll find M-L Pure Paints spread easier, cover more surface, give a smoother, glossier finish than any other paint you could buy. Use M-L Paint and You Won't Have to Paint so Often Other fade; blister and flake off be- cause other makers .haven't yet found out, as we have, how to mix a'ipecial ingredient with other pure materials to make an elastic, durable paint that stands extremes of wear and weather, and keeps its lustre for. the longest time. Dnoritc the wallt ceilinf witb M-L FLAT WALL COLORS. Moreeconom- 47 colonl !OT irtiilic, morcMnilir; Ibin purpon bjr imperil! as Ic.'t the nnnistn, giving as Ins for so doing the fact that'the salary pakl was too small to suppor 'liniseU and wife, and educate his family in anything like a proper man nor Commenting .on this clergyman's un- usual action, -the secular newspapers of: the province have offered various and sundry solutions of the minister's salary problem, and the old adage -ib out the laborer being, worthy of his hire lias been worked to death But it is doubtful if, out ot all the discussion which'the occurrence has caused, the real key to; the1 situation hag been reached. That-there is something radically wrong with the .system at present in vogue, every one i will admit. Hut, the Is a ncscr. The Echo submits that the real cause of meagre salaries being Jjaid to clergymen can be laid to the fact that very few towns or commun- ities appreciate the value vari- ous religious organizations of The church is fin institution ,two thousand years old, but if if. did not have some place' in the universal scheme of things it would long since have passed Into oblivion.. Undoubt- edly Ihe church'ranks ahead of any commercial organization In its im- portance to the'community. A sweep ing statement? Yes! And .here is proof of Ma .Praetlcaly every to The Echo office letters from persons In all parts of .HicvNorlh 'American con- tinent, asking, for Information about tho Pincher ('reek 'district, or. South- era. Alberta. Uuflhg' the past fifteen cring-that period ot time indicate :that about ninety, per thea enouircrs want to Itnow four and these items about the fol lowing order 1 What is the price of land' 2 How far is it from the railroad 3.'-How far from a school7 I How fai from a CHURCH? never ask proximity of a dry'goods store, 'a hardware store, a hotel or a laundry and -.we feel; slighted .be cause they1 never-never enquire' ab out the nearest newspaper. But they one O'l to know about the school and the church, Xobody wants to-live in'a conimun ty are no churches. That institution is just'as big a. factor in Tnodern'civilization as every .individual should contribute Iris or her quota to its support. The churches themselves -may be somewhat to blaiue, inasmuch as they requcntly fall to astiine their proper piano or standing: in a-community Nobody likes a whiner, and if, instead of appealing to the people for 'sup port o'u grouuda of loyalty, etc., they vould put the matter up to their leronta as n straight-up-and-down bus- ness proposition, the results would 'cry often be different from' what hey are at present. Here in Pincher Creek scores -of ieople will pay ti dollar and a haiC or a scat at the opera house, and put he church off with ten cents. Ag- in, we hav-a five clergymen, and we re not far wide of the mark when re say at least three-fifths of them re sadly More than that, liero are men in each th-ese con- regatlons who could say the whole xpenac of the churrh for nd not experience any financial cris- The tfoublo fs these men do not ealixe recognise'I he importance of icir respective churches in the com- nunity.' They have gpt'-to'be cilucat- d up. to that, how-overhand herein es the solution of the low salary pro- lem. Compare the missionary givings of ie various churches for 1911, with lint they, amounted to twenty years go- The increase has heeh enal. And It has ail boen ucOinplish- j 1 by an euerjjetfc educational cam- lign, showing the importance of mis- onary work to the world. What haia: buen accompjlish-ad for Isslons can be accomplished for mln .ters' salaries in precisely the same wny. (Educate the people up to a re- alization of the importance of the churches In any town and tho support will be forthcoming. Alwayi Jones T Ogden Armour, apropos of leap aaid at, a torium In Chicago, "A giil ran take advantage ot leap >ear without beingjat jilljjinnaidenlj are subtle and s of 'doing things, and such ways aie just as efficacious Its' brutal, down A f J There's a gnrl named Jones, who, i hating been engaged altogether too long, took o-f leap year to on her redding But she ac complished this dellcateb. She Just feigned ft letter to her fiance, 'As al jvajs _Kdltli_ and_shiL under- scored 'always' and 'JoneVvery" heav- ily j J( P 4'The, marriage in consequence was neKt ington Star We flish to infoim the public that MO have opened an up date Repair shop and We are prepared to do all kinds Automobile Hopairs; Pump Boiler Kepnirs, Pipe Fitting, Drill Work iStcaiii and Gas Engine Repairs LATHE.WORK A SPECIALTY Only the best mechanics employed, and we guarantee the utmott saUcfactlon.on alt work -AV Thomas MACHINISTS: Stresl, Albert. i r> Alex.' Niyeji r "I We Can Repair YOUR -MA CHINES BICYCLES, ETC. TYPEWRITERS LOCKS GUNS All Work Guaranteed D. E. MacDonald EXPERT, LOCKSMITH AND GUNSMITH Rear Spotting Goodi Coi'i old stand, 412-Sth 81, S. Phone ;