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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May THE LETWBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PaceS 'MADE-IN-CANADA' Train Exhibition twelve one hundred inter- estlug exhibits cf 'Vonaerful industrial development Ai C. P. K. Depot, LKTHmtlDGK Sunday, June Oth, from 8 a. in. (o-ll p. in. Don't miss this unique Exhibition." It will be a ation to you. Free illustrated lectures during visit. FREE ADMISSION TO EVERV CAR OGILV1ES LOOK OVER CARDSTON ERECT. :A. MILL AT THAT T.- P. CONCERN 'BUYS LOTS Cardalon, F. Summer- ton is .making, arrangements to ciir .large his .plumbing.-establishment in ibis town, .and has also enlarged his equipment at-J-etlibridge. Spcn'ce and Stoddanl arc applying a couple of coats, of, paint to the front of stheu >atoret which, adds greatly to .ijie. appearance, of. the establishment Though .there, aro ..forty-five1 rooms for the. haielling public's accomino dation in. the.Cahoon Hotel now, there liave been guests .-who had to seek ac- commodation other places several times this week. The Spencer Hous-a, .inanaged .B. A. Sanders has ii.lao been.-full, and private Brooms have Ijoen let 'This, anil tne g-enerally husj sticets and good business leported in all linei, speaks Ave'll for- the futuve of our town, Jlr John Holmes, one of die town" and an untiring worker at 'whatever' ho sets out to do, tells its that-he-is very good busi- jiesaJii'Jiis two'stores at Glenwood A lite and Cardston. The 'former is .the only-general' merchandising firm iu that -town; while the hitter is in the centre of the town of Cirdston The 'Securities Com- '-paiiy, ot-'WIrmipeg.-'bas purchased lots in the southwestern portion of the town, and is placing--them-on the mar- We the approach .of another railroad to.this place, that ihese.Iots will, materially advance in I G. Leadbetter, of been busy painting signs lor the en teiprising' people the Main street, among those engaging bis senicefa he ing the Card Harris Land Ltd C W H Steed Go, F W AtkinsVshoe and clothing store. H. A. Willis, our genial manager of tha populai Gaboon Hotel, .was spized with, a attack of illness this for a time'tbreat- 'ened iiaraljbia Though he is still very is .believed that be will be able to get around in a few days Mr, xeatuie fatoiy writei and correspondent for the Calgary Herald H in the town, seeXing material foi himself paper Mr McAhstei, agent [or the Ogil TIC "Milling Co, of. Calgarj, paid a 'ilsit to ihe town yesterdaj, and en some of-the local men as to i prices, of piospectne sites foi a new mill foi Cardston ACTIVITIES AT KNIGHT ACADEMY Raymond, May Thursday afternoon in. the, Knight Academy amir itoiiurn, the final piogiammo of the student 'body was given, and without dou'bt'was an unqualified success. Be- sides the students and facultj, Stake President Heber All-en Was in attend- ance. :Don student body president, was ajid after singing "The Maple Leaf in- troduced President; Allen. Jlr; Allen gave a .splendid :patriotic-.address, in Mow of the the occasion of Lmpire Day occurred on the fol- lowing Ho sooke on the late be- loved Quieen Victoria, emphasizing the affection and reverence of this great the devotion w3 bear to the, great Empire in which we live. The speaker added that'it was a significant fact that "none of. the -Mormon people or- the aripfa ot {lie church had seiipusly'jnolested in England or in any of, bor tlmt they bad on occasions the protection of British, fair' play. MACLEOD; ITS PAST AND FUTUREjSf AUGUSTIN'S IN HAPPY MOOD UI. I'YCiidsby in Winnipeg Free Pl'088) Addresses along tlye, same lines wele bj President Bramwell and F C Steele, junior class presi- dent, the former declaring: that .Eng- d was the mother oL free ment. Other numbers on the piogramme weie all excellent! j rendered, and is- tlec ted much ci-edit on those who gave them Follow ing ifa the pro- gramme: Patriotic President Allen; .duet, .Ruby Stevenson and Winon Urseubaeh, leading, Erhlyi Young, original poem, "The Union by piano duet, rVftqn ;Snow and Laura" talk on Victolia G Steele, farenell address, In Piesulent Bmniwell i Macleod, .May nnd wherever the nast conies to clutches with the present It's Hie past, that gets tho worst of It. This IB more than a it is an axiom. Take Maclec-d for oxainplc.'. It IB the oldest town in Alberta. Once up- on a tlnic ifc was a fortress. It was a hot place for Indian raids and horse thieves and dime-novel adventures. It has.-in deal e? history which .nobody gise a hoot. The lire sent has got a half-Nelson hold on tlio leading citizens nnd it will not let go. The is .to say town lots and mixed go- ing to win out. The only people in Macleod who care about Mad cod's history aro the Woman's Historical Society and ,lplin Richardson, the industrial commis- sioner. They care about it in 'two: entnelv The women! want to Iix a page or two of it on the' walls of the Albeita Legiblature Mu nil decorations by soinc great artist is their plan. They want to preserve history IE they can because women are'generally good at preserv- ing. But John Richardson wants ,to put it in a book-and get it out of sight. His idea is that a boolris the best place .to bury -It-will be forgotten' tiierc sooner than anywhere; else Nothing idieves. a. mind ob- sobsed bv local color and sentiment for the past so much as knowing the stuff is it'can be ness to expect front a roJInquIsluncnt on turuis. Another plan Is to get a ninety-nine year lease from the In- lUitns and let UI-Q, white man's din- cases do the rest, One way and an- other It looks us if would, tlmyo la move on to', give JUac'lcod rocfin to grow, Of. course mixed fanning is only possible because ranches are being cut up The f'iaunthei" played.polo and dres- sed foi iliimcj, is passing There aio no violent contrasts now between the inun mid his letting IXIled tocrats aro ivnd far between. The oichul, so to fapeak, disappcaicd from the turnip lleld. You don't meet the man anj longet who he builds up ,i great appetite foi the so ciety of his' own in winter by In Ing soHtarj in the summer 'i he cou'itrj is got to -mix, Exclusiveness cannot ex- clude. As 'ii local poet puts it; is de.id and tinned to clay; The cattle king has parsed nwaj, And now the his day, Moreover he to stay No Feelings Hurt Here 1o the rancbej ciedit, be ac copts the situation gracefulh II things got to be commercialized easily got at. In other words, whats the use of remembering when theVe are works of reference -to do theXhing for Relying, on this frailty Q-2 human jiature John Richardson is secretly, .steadily -draining, off local history .into.rhls note- tbo'oks. When he has co-nilled all the folk lore, the Indian legends and such, ue will make a vol- ume, perhaps two volumes, of it and that job..wiirbe nnished. If anybody; wants history after, that they Will; have to come .to John Richardson for it. And John'.Richardson will hand why, they'ie got to be, am that's'all there is to it If monej is often and as niuch as The lancher helps everj good scheme that the Town Council bi the Board of Trade or the 'Agricultural Association CJin propose toward subdividing his section or two-sections or whatever it may be It means dollars to him ,iud uowheie in or in anj hotel have I heard him taking his good luck othci than Why should he9 a few wistful regietfa, of what Use in these siien- iious dajs is the jnctm esquc patt copt to cash in on' Weign the sighs of an 'old-tuner for the old times and you will find that what he really sighs for is Ins iost youth The old things are passing auai to make room for Where him tho took and sav "ileie, tuo Englishman m nding breeches Final examinations w 111 begin MR. FOSTER ON DRIVE OF OFFICE and Members Have Not Time to Consider tt e Country's Problems FTetlorictdn, B.; May Ing at a ihe of New BniiisnicK alumni, lion Geoige }j Foster deplored the fact that Can nda's weie kept so busj that they had Tibt time to fully con .sider the problems' 6f the country. Re- ferring to membeis of paihament, he said that while in Ottawa they were barass-ed by an enoimous coirespon deuce, and hounded by a patronage system which was'simpl> damnable Because of this, lie went on to saj, memberfa of the govenmient and llament .had .no opportunity to ear- iioaily consider which come tefoic them, and consequently their decisions were often .hastily-given. STOMACH IS FINE Siict Tifcinf Dyspepsia Tiblife" Mm. J. yatioiife should be dispensed onh, by .ilimlified .persons. -And John Richard- son ib a careful dispenfaer while he is working the historyKput of'.Macleod'b just as one the alkali out of'land The ground' is almost clear now, -for the now ideas and the town Is getting down to foubi- ness Ned Maunsell, fen Instance, used to bf ery prowl tlmt he was the only white .Indian.chief iii North Amenta He is still pioud of an hou- 01 that comefa oi'ly to the bravest men, but lie is prouder of being: o. leader in the real and an active member of the, Macleod, Board of You sec how these utilitarian s aie graduallj eet- tmg their way Miacieod and the country ro'u'ni: about used to be the Land Whero.Mt Was Alwajs Atternoon th? Laud Cum Hats It is so.no longer. The town has wak- ed with, a jerk and is hopping mad! at .having letVLcthbridge. and CalgriTy get such a .start. Macleod is willing to spend any amount of money catch- ing up and the town Council and the..Board of Trade are soing about it in a sensible waj The> are laying slans 'for cheap coal and cheap power1 for the town and are adver- tising the [resources of 'the Macleod district, as a mixed farming district! Tho town of Maelood ib bonng for coal, boring for oil, bonng foi natinal gas, but it reoliyys that In the long run the main, support of its prosper- ity must be (turning Carloads cf diirj are being imported, at- tention is being drawn to tho bog'as a mortgage lifter; and means are .be- ing to let the world know that the Miiclcod district ia not mere graz- ing country but land capable of pro ducnig the finest wheat in Canada, and flour. All the Macleod 'banks favor mixed tanning. ih.ive announced that the farmer who wunls to borrow n'ioii e> for mixed farming wiil be aole to borrow more and than the fanner who wanis to gc in for in ore M'lieat growing. Edging Out the Indian Mixed fanning Is the Maclcod. slo gnu. The 'farmer needs; the towns', man needs; the merchant needs That it will help all round is the rea. sonable view the'business man takes of it. Mixed farming has become.'s'o popular HS a background for Macleod's future greatness that soiue of best citizens are casting envious eyes on tlie Blood Reserve on the other side ,of the Oki .Man .river, whore many thousands of fat acres are'be- int? wasted because they, are not .be- .ing worked. Sonic talk there is'of cdsing the Indian out by rolintiiiishmeiit on- hut the old. Indians am against H. They know just 'how .much frleiulll- ilaj 25 lam A Piendergast tJontroller of the Gf has been b. Colonel .Roosevelt to make the speech placing him In nomination for the pre- sidency before the Chicago'convention month r 'i Rector Reviewed Glorious Achievements of 25 Years St. Augustin't, celebrated its quarter conturj jesterdav day) uhen appropriate services of tliankbgn mg held both inonung and evening The i color, J E Mui right, based his moining scniion on Genesis 28: Hi, 17 and 18. "T would he said, "16 tract; the historv and development ot this'church under icctoifa MHtc F ebon took charge, M hen the church opened heie years ago. I woulti-like to tell of the work done bj Christian people and their ub oflcnngs dun tig those Much as I would like to trace, the Iciclopmcnt icfir jcar up to the present, Unie will 'not allow. Today 's not the dav for. a long sermon and vcais a long time Cduntlcss blessings' have resulted (o uaiij from the sen ices of this church Most of vou'Tbunil-this church ready, when to this urstcin land, Hiat jou might retuin thanks to God on jour arrival We sec Jacob a fugitive from home, dlonp at night in the desert and desolate lie is attended In n trj of angels ami God's compassion gathers round him lie see angels as- cending and descending They carried tiie tears and prayers of a ttorn sinner "up to God and returned with blessinsb from God. Jacoh took a stone and, oil It was Ins church In tlie use of a stone, he recognized For Dry Lumber and Building Material of All Kinds Call on CITIZENS'LUMBER Street 362. i NEW STOCK; WELL ASSORTED: QUICK SERVICE: .PRICES General OHicc Itoom 3, Phone 334' God'1! claim on material things and then and there lie said "01 all that 1 I siiiifh Ihe tenth unto The-oil represents God's Holy Spirit, or ulien Ubed by man, the. spirit of consecration Every-consecrated church is a tcs- iimonv to the communion with beaten, man vath God. 'ttcntr-fue ago handful of nen had a of a church, and 'hey erected it without debtor mort- gage ab.a free-Mill thank offering to God had his power 1o bless Let us build up in the next twcntj- ihc a greater St. Augustin's in greater Lcthbntlgc At J.he Dieiung SerutoJ The iccior preached from the "The light of the glorious gospel of Jesus Ohust We keep fcstnal tonight and the depth of. the festrial in our hearts is measured by the blessings we have received through tins church Man does not go far on the prairie ol earth before he REFUSE TO INSTALL- The Hecla Furnace In houses- above, their heat- .therefore1 when jou purchase a house wiih a Hecla installed you are sure 'Of a wazm house. i The Western Tin- smithing Co. 408.5th St. S. 1274 fuids Uie need comniuniou with God. All iluiLcu building has a two-fold aim It auns( Godward, to God, and jnanward, to sanctify He IYII cadi gloiify Qod by letting the light of His gospel into 'our lives and sheading it lortk on others If men see your home, business ind social life radiating the spirit of thcj reverence your church and recognize the iti ieruces Though we erect a church on the new site, for which TVC the of- ferings this dav lull pay; we will not glorify God unless we have the spirit of Christ. 'Not by might, nor bv power, but by Myt Spiut, smith the Lord of Hosts There is no better way to prepare for ireeting him m than by .meeting Him "week by week m His sanctuary. ,'Let your light so shine that men may sec your 'good works and glorify vour Father in L The rausic at both services 'ex- ceptionally fine Tn Hie evening the choir, rendered the an i hern, 'Sing 0 Heavens and Rejoice 0 MIE.S Archer lading the solo part. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH AND HALL ASKED TO GO TO OTTAWA f ouuderlanu, LoiuTarly pastor oft Toronto Unitarian church, .DOTY in the U S, has been extended a call to the Church oC tawa. COMMERCE IS KING" As Mr. Lackey, the Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE' PORT MANN Is a City of Certainties The tiling that stands out about Fort Mnnn is its absolute certainty of future. Men M ho made fortunes in ISTcw York, Chicago, Seattle, Vancouver, -were taking a gambler's chance.' 3fen who invest in, Tort ilann take no chance. Von can forecast with certainty Ihc future of Port 3fanii. With its fresh-water harbor, a terminal ol a great transcontinental railway, and the vast wealth of Canada b.ick of it, it will soon become the Liverpool of Western Canada. Port Maun is the greatest city of opportunity along all lines of trade and industry on the American con- tinent today. Don't Miss Your Opportunity Buy today. See our agonls'at'onee and remember we own or control the mayor por- lion ol the o'rioinal lownsito of Port Mann. FREEMAN-MACLEOD, Dominion Blk. Lethbridge 0. J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pacific.Properties, Limited, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. ;