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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. TV. Lethbridge. Aita.. Number 141. BIG LAND OF A I of a Half Section Hit for i IdL iUl r-- Figure Lethbridge Placed in theJFirst Rank Three Greai Wholesale Centres U- C- T' Organized An- proof ofiethbtidge's place as a Distributing Centre- Calgary Man's Views has one mure 1IS "1UI" live or- budding organix.ation ever since it was mentioned and had always been in 1IS "1UI" anxious to see Lethbridge with a counf.ii Of the Union of of fhe Union as was befitting Travellers which was wit.hiu cily of the growing importance in ps lierp QU evening. 'a commercial way that Lethbridge is ThP now order is sirouj? one as was j assuming among the other progressive f v -d and there i, uut the! cities of the west. The Hoard too FIRST CPSUS RfflJRNAT OTTAWA Comes From the Far North of The Dominion New Roman Catholic Church to be Erected in Lethbridge._______________ Herald) -MeUicii'.o Hat. May K. Lus- sier, contractor of Medicine Hat and .Letti bridge, has sold a half section across the river and overlooking the cily-for SUU.Oou. He received a first.! publicity of Winnipeg people! commercial men of the city have i'eliilers out ar-'-buvcrs Lussier carne here from i for a. long time I....I hud Lethbridge first, last and all the Cim-aco about, eight vears ago to need of branch of the union and 'time. C. P. R. round house as the last year so many of a Chicago firm. He 1 l.ii t M l it i 111 w v. L-. v i Ht', l B L.) 11T LH T v of: tr> both the citv aud to the (loubi that i: will live'had realized that the commercial man Uin 10 the reputation made bv sister j understands business and commercial MI other cities of the conditions very often as well or bet- and become one of the urea rear. i ter than his employer, and it would be med'ums in Lnhbridsw. The: of much benefit to hove the travel- of Lethbridge workiu for bought the half section and took up a homestead. He paid for the ]ulf section. As soon as he could lie returned to Chicago and came back l-.erc not long ago and has since been active in contracting. the deal just closed he retains live of the half section, on which ar.-; located buildings. -1. Christie, of Winnipeg, is the prrchasrf. and he is said to represent Effort Being Made to Cov- er Every Bit of Cana- dian Territory other unions bestirred themselves anUimen themselves from the formation of Ottawa, May anada s first set the movement on foot towards hav-jtne travellers out of Lethbridge into i census returns, showing a population ing a branch of the order formed here. branch of the recognized commercial j (Jf for over, square Among the prime movers in the move-; union. The commercial man, Oj territory has been received Big Factor in the West wholesale houses have ulaced rep re-! C.F.P.Conybeare spoke in his usual Isentatives nt this point, that a few i style of the benefits that would months a so some of the members of accruc to both the city ment were Cleneg'han. A Xelson, Chas. said, is one of the greatest factors. bureau .McKeown and Ceo. in lhe upbuilding of the Com-Jl the cenSUi> The st-retcli re turn if tcrri- it i iu ti 1 li-'.iujwi w. H. Towties. and their efforts wore weil merce is the fadpr that is bound to cyvors the -auu n rewarded on Saturday when the Leth- Determine the future of Can- along the 'west coast of llud- bridsc Counr-il No. oil of the Union ;acia jn of Commercial Travellers was initia-1 periiy. age of commercial pros-1 il0rtli from Fort' Churchill Tar.- firemen's tournament, has been por; i oncd from .lime 21' to some time in July. No definite date is fixed. f'appie Smart of came here ted. place among the other The initiating team came down.from cities it. must help alon, Calgary on the local on Saturday If Lethbridge is to take her i tQ fiiesteriield Inlet and inland as i progressive the commer-! ial movement in every possible way. far as the trappers and K.skimos of j tin.: district penetrate. The figures j win- i v jwcii n- _. i j 1 4 tenvoon Mid wns me' at the depot by Nor. long ago. he said, the Board ot were gathered uuring the past welcoming committee composed of i Trade had succeeded in. inducing a a represents' and the Board of Trade. President os of the commercial men factory to locate in the city. The to arrange for the postponement, be-i Ha leu' and W. R. Dobbin welcomed tho visitors in the name of the Lethbridge Board of Trade and W. J. Nelson for the new body which was to be form- ed. The party consisted of eight of- with of cause C-ilgary at the last moment ur-l ringed for'a celebration on the same J men j s its occupants and mjui-j____ nrftmen [are under arrest tonight on suspicion, onl-v !ittle advantage but an ele- i ins two otliers, one probably fatally. WINSTON CHURCHILL A FATHER iand nearby towns. The fireman, the ihrakeman and expressman on The nrachine lire and Albert. Arcadia, was burned to iresor: early this morning, are searching the ruin? for the bodies of those still unaccounted for. of the position of chief Churchill formerly is In town visiting old friends and London. May Winston u" a crisp. William Hakes, of Fostoria. flualntances. Thompson ajspencer Churchill, wife of th, home -estoound ,nnn are reported px1ricalilIR from residen, of durin, the incunv j secretary. ,ave of the late as Denver. No. left Chicago yester-j ry Ries, JK.SO of F-ostoria, but not frnompson. so well known throughout J -Sir Henry Montapuc She morning with a heavy Uie entire Pass country, 'married to Mr. ChorchiH in 1908. tnat they mar know something of of real danger in multiplying the second incendiary fire t.haf today of the complicated machinery tonieht caused damage in "nites tbe eraPire- To yards of the Standard Lumber Co. andJat.ely invite.an Australian.commission-. destroyed other property worth to belp mould the policr of CanaJ- killed and one injured to- A reward of has been of-; or South Africa let aJone the Iml dav a. a railroad crossing near Riveis fered for the arrest, and conviction of [kingdom is to sacrifice mtnimus. f-OUR KILLED NEAR LOS ANGELES Los Angeles. .May persons i be fatal injuries. JjfaciUc electric car an automobile.jOre to the lumber vard. sense previously secured ;