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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKTDGE DAILY IHERAIJ5 verseas Club SUGAR CANE FOR Empire Day Concert Friday, May 24, 1912 S. 0. E. HALL at 8.30 Dr. "A. 0. Maollae, .Principal of the Woatorn Canada College, Ctilgury, will give, an address on "Imperialism." SPLENDID PROGRAM s .Mr. -S.. Sadowski, the'Gold MeilHllst, first appearance in city with honors. Mre.-D'Arc will bo amongst'other popular talent. .Watch this space on Thursday night tor official program. Tickets 50c and all drug itortt or from any of the executive Toronto Conservatory Of Music SDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc., Muilcal Director EXAMINATIONS JUNE AND JULY Applications must be in not.later than May 1st. CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for young lady itudents Is being greatly anlargad and, ready for. open- Ing September 2nd. Book, 170 pages, mailed on ap- plication. Canadian Pacific to Build New Block (Continued from front hev. D. S. HOUCK DIES AT WELLAND Wellaud, May death oc- curred 0-; Rev D Houck, beloiail pastor of the Methodist Church hi Milton, at the residence of his bfo- ther-in-law, C. H. Reilly, Weliand, at 10.15 :this morning, after an-illness of nine weeks ton (inupe rtf :'un abcess on the brain. Do Not HAVE YOUR COAL MAN DELIVER TONS OF COAL TO SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN BURN. OFTEN TIMES OUR ADVICE WILL CON- VINCE YOU. 'THAT 'YOU ARE IN THE .WRONG The Western Tin- smithing Co. 408-5th St. S. Phone 1274 removal of their commercial tele- from its present location in the compani Ts tards, and it thought would eventually he located in -the 'A. K. I. general of- fice building, 'However, the decision to utilize this latter building as temporary hotel during the congress has made this that S new block will have to be erected. The. building-.will he ot brick, and will present a very handsome appear- ance. H is conjectured 'locally that it will be a fair sized building, mid ihat besides accommodating the icle- 'graph and express companies' busi- ness arrangements will bt made in the building for suites of oflices, for the coal and land department Mill charge of the com- pam's holdings in Southern Uberta .The1 announcement Js generally ac-l cepted uith delight bv the business men of th'e: citv-, aS1 it is; one mare tangible evidence of the company's intentions touard the city There is a shroud of mystery sur- rounding the hotel proposition of the RAYMOND FACTORY COMPANY; BRINGING IN LARGE SHIPMENT WILL OPEN FAC- TORY AT ONCE UaymoiKt. May, 'Knight Su- gar Co. Ltd.; are not latUfled to have thotr large sugar factory at Raymond untU boijts. grown for this season's run. The factory In to open within the next couplo of weokg for :he manufacture of' cane sugar which Is being imported from tho 'BrltiBh West Indies, E., P. Klllson, manager of the Knight Sugar- Co., has imulu arrangements for a shipment of .pouijds of raw sugar caw which JB to arrive In Raymond next week. This shipment will require 30 CIYTS to handle, i First Experience With Raw Sugar Some minor changes will require to be made In; the equipment of the factory ns this is the first experience this company has liuti with raw cane sugar. Raw beet sugar has be-foh3 been imported from Belgium anil has been manufactured with great suc-[ cess, but the distance which it in reuuired to be brought and the pric of (he raw material made It almos mpossible to handle at any profit. The opening oE the factory i mean the employment of severa more men and among the- numbe vlll probably be one experienced i] he manufacture of cane suger. oal contract has been closeo" with he Letbbridge Collieries for 100 ons of steam coal t0 be used for thU un. Saturday, May METROPOLITAN STREETS IN COQUITLAM Carmangay Electors Gheer the Premier (Continued from front page) cd to' do his best to give Carman gay this high level bridge over the Little How which the board of trade has been asking for. H is needed tor the convenience, of the fanners of a rich country JVIr; j-Siltou's Speech The premier, who followed, after a tribute to Mr. McKenzie spoke on the policv of his government in reference to radwajs, telephones, public build ings, the provincial debt, other feature's attacked by the" C P R Some are of the opinion) our house la an imiMrtanl matter indeed If you do not get floors that last jou will lose on the Let you we havo. Our floor lumuer has been speoialh selected for Its lasUng qualities. Farmers' Lumber Co.Ltd Upvntlng Yirtt in Southern our big ilgn "THE LETIIBRIIXlfi LUMBER YARD" The yanlfwhcro all the mntorinl is undercover Uaicrserl much the same ground in speeches elsewhere, hut seemed to] get into veu 'close touch with the croud and was accorded a reception' of an? public man might well ftel proud In dealing with the at- tempt of the opposition' to create the impression Premier Borden is a common species of ard healer, who would not keep a sacred promise made the electors, unless they votei Tory, Mr.- Sifton dealt .representative, members of the opposition m Alberta sledge hamirer blows and was loudH uK-rieu From firit to me n ing .went with a swing which meant that -when polling day comes Car- mangav will give the provincial trea- surer a rousing majority. Mormon Tabernacle at Cardston Opened Today Showing Dewduey Road, North of the C. P. R. Terminals, Coqnitlain. Men and 20 Teams are Building Roads There. The above picture of the Dcwclney Eoacl. one of the. future industrial and business in Coquillanij sliows IIOAV they do things in the new city. Devdncy Eoacl separates (ho C.-P. E. pio- perty. which will all he used actual rail- way purposes, from the Terminal Toivnsilc, which is owned and controlled by iii, and ad- joins the C. P. E. Terminals. It is 100 feet wide and is being built in a thoroughly first-class modern manner. crushed "rock they are using is crushed at Oo- quitlam by the municipal rock crusher. At present }L P. Ootton have about two hundred men working clearing roads and streets at Coquitlam, Avhilc the municipality has about one hundred with teams guiding and finishing roads. About one thousand men arc at, work on the C. P. E. tracks and sidings, nearly one hund- red on the. mw 48-stall roundhouse, the first unit of which is being built 03 Sanford (jonion Af present about 100 Sou, find is under conlracl to be finished by June 30, 1912, nncl nboul Ihree hundred iu th'c bnihliii" trades at houses liotols, etc. SiJ. months ago theie was nothing hut a level tract of land at Ooqultlam, three months ago them was nuictically nothing but a feu shanties, and they aie adding almost every day to the number ot workmen there. TAe, ourselves, are building at the piesent time 25 houses at Coqnitlam, also a industrial si.ur railwaj tiack to sone the Industries, etc. at Coquitlam Two of Coquitlam's industries are leads toi Brown- Jfaclvay Lumbei Mill and the United Canadian Lumber Wll the" employ fortj men .it the stall ALL THESE THINGS HAVE COME IK SIX 3IONTIIS 'ame. C. P R, the munlcipallh, DUBIneM men from all over the country, 01 men and women livln" Iu Vancouvei and where Ihev can see th t Is SOinj on would put Oieli money in Coquitlam, U It merely gave pio raise of being an ordinary town' Theso men Itnow wlmt they aie thoi aie not slaitins busineaaai, or buildljg stoics and hotels anil factonei, in an> mjtbical They ate building m a seinorf nml i -t t i metropolis inuifeutai They are all going lo make monej, because Coquitlam will not long lamain at piesent pi Ices, m the foce ot all this development. Call 01 write todaj for particular CoquitlamiTerminal. Ltd., Leigh-Spencer Bldg., Vancouver, Dept 19. With nbJcost, llablhti. or obligation on my part, send at once maps, price., lists and full particulars about -Co: qultlam. Name Address Owners of the Recognized Townsite, Lcigli-Speiicei- Bldg., Yiuu-oiivei- General Agent for Alberta: DAVID KIBKPATBIOK, Leeson-Line- hain Building, Calgary, Alberta Local Agents; GEO. M. HATCH LAND CO., Lethbridge, Alberta. electric cluster lamps. The interior is not complete, nor the new seats in Tbare are four pulpits, as is cus tomary In Mormon tabernacles The this morning 475. An (Continued trom front page) He said: you are farming, do j our beat from plowing to drilling and then down and dedicate that crop to God." He prayed for the blessing of the Lord on the people assembled, who were lawfully detained. He regretted fact that none of the presiding brethren from Bait Lake City could be present. A duet, "Unanswered was! thereafter sung-with excellent effect, by Mrs. Ethel Harker and Fanny Brown. This was followed by Pre- sident Sterling Williams, who was grateful for the privilege oE meeting in the new building. He could plain- ly see. that its'main fault was In. ho ing "too small. He followed with a general instructions and admon- ons A. Cazier and the choir ac- companying sang "I know that My lives." The High Counsel were then called pen in order to speak and those .vbo responded in the ,tlme alloted were BphrianV Harker, Homer J. AVoolf, Wil. rd Sorenson, J. F. Parrish. Between he speakers, there was a solo by Mrs .icslic Coombs. The choir sang the iithem "0, 5Iy Father." "Aunt1 [hoda Hinman, a personal accjualnt- nce of Joseph' Smith, tha first pro- hot in an excellent cstlmony, and said she had lived to ee the fulfilment of many prbphec- is. With a few doling -remarks by 'resident Thomas Duce, 4he chol; "In Heavenly Love Abiding." ho benediction ,was ottered by H. fanley Brown. A Fine. Church The new tabernacle, which whan ouiplotcd. will cost about ft ade of brick- and cut It finds on a prominent lot In the cen- e of the town, facing northeast, and feet iiiBide, with a M g. It te-briiilantly lighted wKb Paint protectsthe life and vitality of the wood and iron used in (lie wagon's construction Insure yourwagon with Wagon Paint Yon wuoo and all your farm mMLine.ylike new whh occasloaal coat of paint. econoiijy to paint and tbe dd- you'd have to pay lot GF STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MMCW3 WlNNIPf.G.CANAW RANCH AT CALGAOY other session-Is being held this after noon, and tonight a grand concert 'ivi. Tomorrow three service will be held in the tabernacle. TWO STEAMERS TO EXPLORE THE BAY GOVERNMENT SENDING EXPEDI TION TO REPORT. ON HUD- SON'S BAY ROUTE May .aTrangsmenta have been completed by the Depart ment of Marine and Fisheries for sending the best efjulpped expedition Hudson Bay, which1, ever .Vent north. There will be two steamers PROCLAIMED PRESIDENT SOLE AGENT FOR LCTHBRJDOE Hayr Hdw, Co, Emilia GomM .Binilio V. Gomel been appoint- ed FrovfKional. President of the He public of Mexico, by General Pascual rebel army. Senor Oomex announced wmild begin the foundation of H rcnulir governmenl nt once, and that; his first act would be a demand on the United States that ft recognize tlic belligerency of the rebel cause, j BURLAP We a splendid assortment of Burlaps of the best quality ior sale. WELLINGTON BROS. sent Arctic and the Mihto, They are and thor- mghlj outfitted with the necessarj icientific apparatus to make sunejb and the harbors at-Foit Ihurchill-and-Port Nelson.-': Both steamers also ,ue equipped fiith the most up to date M-ireless ap- laratus Tlie Arctic will sail first, leming on nnft 15 It will make a atudj oC the' magnetic aii-rvcy-of -Hudson's Bay arid thi? Stiaits The compass has aluavs acted erratically in the north, and particularlv in (he Stiaits. No study has ever been of tile question, and W. I, W. .TaoKson, of Toronto, who will be in charge of the patty, win make a thorough investigation of th-a .whole matter as a guidance for navi- gators, >-hen active transportation on the Btu opens Regular Auction Sale AT J. A. SMITH'S PEPOS1TORY, 3rd Et, Lethbridge, Tuesday, May 21 AT 2 o'clock Horses 14 head mares and geldings, 6 to 8 yearn old. weight 1400 Ibs., all.well broken, fi, 'to 7 weight 1100 pounds, broken. 2 Grade stallions, 4 and. 6 years old, 1400 to 1600 .pounds. 2 Thoroughbred running horses, 2 and 4 old, "4 year-old has record; bred from best stock. 2 Polo ponies. i I rholrn imrap, ga'ts, 'as; ho'se is floniotliing Bpecial. champion long-distance horso of Hie world, 10 years'Old, In last race won went 748 miles in days. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;