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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 1.1910; THE LETECBRIDGK DAILY IlEHALJ) BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the largg number of fine hardy Shrubs that are perfect ]y hardy prairie aiid will thrive there year after year, getting more beaiiilful every year'? We can send you a: twelve varieties, three old, will all bloom this coming summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- "l til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, Spireas, Wiegelias, Berberries, Snow berries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. .-All. two to three feet high, three years "old, .regular This selection, all express, charges--! paid to. vuur nearest express, ojiice at s] price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries SlirrorvLalie, B. G; KIND WORDS FOR LETHBRIDGE Got Rid of the Blues (Warner Record.) -Last week it was our. privilege to at- tend 'the annual convention of the berta and Eastern British Columbia Jfress-Association, held-at Lethbrid-e les' Oive il a good eat' thec on Thursday and' as -to start the di- think it over we were not" wo went i, i weij10 dyspepsia'or _ went, u was a good place to brush eructations of undigested food; nc away the blues, etc., and get in touch'feeling like a lum? of lead in the with other men of the same line .of i stomach or heartburn, sick headache Page NO INDIGESTION OK took the delegates and the! STOMACH -to the big No. t; Gait mines and to the sugar factory at Raymond, No Sour- ness or Dyspepsia five Minutes Later "gQt. some mo- ment, and forever rid yourself "'o? Stomach trouble A-j where they were accorded a most" hos- pitable reception by Mr. Ray Knigbt and assistants. Letubridge is. going, ahead rapidlj', a fact due to its vast natural resour-, ces, and jv a large degree 'to the pub-' lie spirit of its citizens and the gen- (lieted stomach gets the blues and Publlcity campaign of the Board To say that we enjoyed Dizziness, and your tood will not convention would be putting mildly f'ernient' aa-d Breath, v.-jtb -me meeting was opened'by FresicN ent'W. A. Buchanan, of the po.'s only cents Herald, making a very l Case at any drus dddtess-.aerei and wm rel5eve to be done daring jSlomaeh-in live minutes il the convention. Every part- of thc.j There is better to take work had been planned and was equal-; Gas from Stomach and cleanse the ly carried out, substituting and intestines, .and. besides er men. and subjects where those ar- ione dose digest and prepare ranged for could not be presen Much credit should given, to the the for assimilation into the blood all your SOUnd' of Trade. Lelh bridge wants the big ury Farming Congress for the newspaper men of' the province will assist in .the missionary ne- cessary to get it. Lethbridge is all right. 10 itself in wt.au.- convenuon a -success, and not only up-and then you feel like eating when .fTrsvn i _ _ _ a standpoint of Helpful papers and suggestions, but tfie Lethbridge you come to the table, and what you 'WE BUY AND rSELL' All kinds of Second. Hand and Gents' clothing. Office and- Warehouse 320, Crabb St. P.O.Box 2013 .Lethbridge.'Alts. Electric Restorer for >ard of .Trade, represented -bv 'their J. eat will do you good. Absolute relief from ail Sromaeh secretary, j. McNichol, AuserJ'.ls waiting for you as soon a? added largely to the enjoyment of take a little Diapepsin visitors, giving them a sischt D-apepsin, because you want tc v i- now come at a banquet- at; the; t-an get.'-reliel' in-livi aic. Ou rnursaay evening; Then on Pridav minutes; Best Banquet irrA.berta (Fort Saskatchewan Reporter.) livery member, of the Association voted Lethb'ridge convention town of the province. No pains were spar- ed to make our stay in Lethbridge a pleasant :one, -.and each mem.ber, with regret left .Lethbridge with. an ever- lasting memoiy Lethbridge. and Lethbndge citizens; The banouet -which was accorded the members of the association by the tfoard. of Trade' at, the Alexandra, without has- never been exceU- eu "in .the' province of Alberta; President of. the Lethbridge Board of who presided at the 'banquet, is certainly the right man in the, rjght place. A" special feature, of the entertain- ment was the .trip accorded the assoc- iation to Raymond, where the "sugar refinery is located, and to No. 5 coal mine; sviileh is the most completely equipped plant- of its kind in Canada, jaiid believe irHviil excel, anything THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES ients recently been completed.under'which the bn this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal in the following countries; Finland Ireland Formosa Italy France Japan Fr'ch Cociun-Chioa Java' Germaiy Great Britain Greooe Holland Iceland Brazil Bulgam Ceyioa Chiiw Crcu Denmark Egypt Faroe MO DrtAY IN India Manchuria Mexico Norway Persia Phillipme Islands Roumania Serm South Africa Sweden -Switzerland Turkey West.Indiei j-Vj and elsewhere; ON Lethbridge Branch-> C G.K. Kflurse.lMigfe men on Friday afternoon the, rQev soared.no pains or expense Jli'the United'States. General ifanag- re mernbershi-p present were treated !to Demonstrate the wonderful advan- er R. and I. Kail- malci 55. Ma; Co.. St. ph szuortu. of] 9f: city: district. -is WANT A MOUNTED trip to. the -big Xoi fi. and 'escorted through the Raymond f tne making and: its future is assured sugar by the proprietor. Mr. A'sricuiture is the 'Backbone of Kay Knight. T-be trips were under place' a ;day and board for .-.-mau.aGd.-te.anJi'or.-to haul by yard7 (tree _T r ;Apply.- _ W: G. HOLE, Redpath St. Is Now On Opposite MeQiodist Church j Draying done ot ahort' motJce FOS SALE PHONES: a pair of field glasses as a siisrht .of.grain. mess in tneir with- a; splen- did stock of -every thing. found jn drug and stationery. The in this instance Lethbridge land con- prolific, enormous i berta way. .provided. a special train ,for the party throughout the trip_ content with sociation. Kind Words for (Cranbrook Herald.) The seventh annual convention -of the Alberta and Eastern British- Col- store-presents a fine 'appearance, and is an ornament to The -ladies of .the' town'.- are giving a social in the Baptist :Ciiufch. on Nov- ember 10. A good-programme provid- ed.-by local- talent is--being, arranged, and the affair _ promises to--be a great success. u. M civenzie' 'has, opened an.. up' to date butcher .shop-.on..B.uiyea avenue. A. K. M-cA'air been elected to IP the vacancy Board caused 'by the resignation- of Mr. Jas! i'aterson. The Diamond Coal'Co. have ot fact' 'comparativeiy. uttie into their offices was devo'ted-to-the consideration en of thanks. j.ae convention closed riQultureJ they are now laying a solid with a meeting in 'the. K. of P; hall on i in manufacture and trade Jjriday evening, and all voted it the wtllch surely flourish. Down deep best convsntion every held by the bowels of -the 'eacth are o-f excellent coal, 'are being mined and'shipped to all points of the giving employ- meat to thousands: of men. The city Kself is underlaid -vita- coal, and they have a municipal coal -mine which 'is Bitter Opinion of the South fLeduc Aside the technical; value of annual convention held by the Al-1 'and Eastern British Columbia i OF'CANADA Capital, Ees Proliis Assets Cver Money is Power to help yourself and "others. But it's only .you- not the' money, that slips through yourfingers. You will fiid a savings Account a great help in lating this power. Why not start one now, v Interest .at highest current -rates.- may be _ Main Offict cer. Round_.ft Sti I R; TINNINQ N. Ward J r Manager. 'StirJlns H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake- W. Saillie, Manager.' 'i -fress good is bound to result from the mere fact of news- paper'-men having the opportunity of umwa- Press that'- In Behalf :-of-tae ratepayers, place at Lethbridge Leth'bridge strue- ed a most instructive and enjoyable .little, town, future was atiair. Many matters of supreme'im-' 'at -look at it to- portance -to publishers were discussed citJr-of popula- the-varioTis. sessions, a T.-hich-tnay '-b-e credited to has been rendered" .necessary-'tii- their ever .increasing .business... -B; -B. GiHett has left -foj a -three montns xasit 'to the States., The Council 'of the village "are 'try-, ing-'to .arrange to have, a member-ot wellare of their respective clienteles tne il'ounted Police stationed'in in tlieir personal enrKhment. village. jwowever, matters affecting the "Dane M. Walters has purchased 'the bus--j 6very western publisher's 'existence mess formerly carried on by -L. .Wat. j aavertisillS -agents, were discussed, "The "building is to "house'the Sl'eps taken tc> protect the. craft of .exclusive interest- to the ipressinen. As'with the B: C.- nien's recent convention, the .business men :-strength, of purpose-and determ- "niafces citv grow Tlie ry of Lethbridge" shduia make ex- paper publishers at JLeth-bridge appear I reading for "'some of our public ed-to be 'theimei1 opposed.to boosting the town. new compressor plant' recently install- ed by 'the Coal Ca.-i-s--nearing comple- :ion, and T. -Homer expects to finish it in ten days. The Diamond Coal Co. railway is 'apidly finding favor with' those in this -each >-ear. to' a uifferent point and'thereby .getting in touch witft wiiat 'is .being :.accomplished in other parts west. We venture to "the majority of the mem- -pers; or.the association, visited Jast week came away with a different idea .of the south country tUan they had" before entertained. visit :Lethbridge 'without getting -r.an' impression that- even-thing being' laid out on a big scale, an-d 'the none too good. -is the big steel NO DAMAGES ll 0et., assjzes. pame to a close last nigfrt with the "conclu- sion of the case lor damages against the' Femie and; Michel .Kali-way, by'Mrs'." "E. lost- a a result "of -feeing run over at Coal Creek last June -by an en- j giae belonging to .that company.. j In crossing ther track. Kings- wood claimed .she caught her foot be- the. guard, rail a'nd the Tail _ W. ".J; .Saim-ders Returned 'from ilM- Letlitxidge hospital, after-X-: :two week and- -.very "successful .-fcreatment." Saiin-; ders, conies .back' feeling .his. onee-'more.1 W. G-ilrey nav ordered a carload ot oats: Irp Jas. 'has; insurance" agency'-pn' Sec. stock and'lire, ish-American .-Live and 'British -TJ L-. _-. Miss E. Calgary', ing, her mother aad The Liberal .Association .the'. The Convention ant' one. and' the voted strictly to' newspaper largest in the world, they Wi.- callll tfa t wui point out. Then there is the tJle could _ strikj" on Saturday 29a -insfr" big coaUmine No-.; best equipp- jseu m ume to crushing: j w. Young came on'tb'his- homestead ed in Canada. A-few miles wheels-of ,the Sec. 33 City is" a five hundred thousand dollar! gme- pvhefe building his sugar- factory that surpasses anvthin? TDe companr claimed dzfferentlv. j D.U'- has' returned: and.the jury decided 'that the woman -River to was'to blame, and-rendered a verdict __ divided into two sections -the of its kind in the country. They claim best'theatre in'Alberta and f Trade secretary 1 so-on." rln fact, people" '.has .this jness that when idea- weefciy and -daily. 'Within the past the growth'of the newspa- s-x trpm the depredations of these para- sites.v A most instructive' discussion of.-the law of libel also formed ure of the -convention. The thanks. of passed, such, "as the newspaper publishers throughout -Al- i remova{ of duty on linotypes and type, to -the. absence- of trees, -they look you as affecting the i per famiJJ' nas been phenomenal and an importani: feat-- ls not J'et- Many important distri'ct-as a means of-travel, as is ev- berta and Eastern B. C. are specially ]and a11 Present were looud in their ....__ __ _ rttirt T_____- j___ r- i- i COGfJPlHTl nf inn k AUCTION, SALES 'Conducted on short notice. Sal- isfaetion" guaranteed.. Live stock and implements a specialty. J 4 Smith, 4K Wood Alberta. 'Ilekular "sales at C.' .Graves' Sale Barn. Wood St.. on the second and fourth Tuesday, of each month. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce bj car, lowest prices. Phone 67b-, P. 0. Eos 2060' No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge Ice and Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office west Arcade Phone 1163 ctenced by the steadily increasing pas senger traffic. I due to Mr. barrister, of -Leth-! conflenir'ation of the outrageous tn the-.eye and' state.-'tbat when, .they go north, they experience.' a hemraed-ia, stuffy__sensation, on account of the trees." "Last, but not. least, "and they 'demonstrated this immense capacity for extend- ing-hospitality and, the utter absence bridge, for his able paper on this sub- The .new brick residence'Jas. On the entertainment, side the erson is erecting-on Bulyea" avenue j ot could not win .-greatly improve the' appearance jliave been excelled. The visiting press of tne street. jmeu were made royally welcome and M: Ward and 'family have moved in- j in the most lavish man- to the residence he lias'recently pur-jne" sP6cial mention must 'be made chased in the -village; Laud is changing -hand's.in the Cow ley district at good prices. of the exceptional courtesies extended the visitors by the Lethbridge Board rates upon comin The certain the province of Alberta. taw and the publication judicial' notes were also acted" upon. The convention just passed was, in every -sense ot the word, a great suc- cess, and to the President the Hon. Air. Buchanan, and his able secretary, Dave Elton, is due a great deal 'of the their mode of- entertaining. For a few this t ag result O convention the good people of of Trade, whose president Mr. C. G. K. j its success. _ Bourse, and Secretary J. McNic'no'J ______ cerrainly -proved themselves hosts of! Used in ftoyal Style Six good Oddfellows travelled into j lile rarest quality. Mr." Xourse prov-1 Pinchcr Creek to attend lodge and Jed a perfect genius as.chairman of the I returned in .the smalt hours sleepy and rather grumpy. very j banquet tendered the visitors by the Quite a tew people mili- tary ball at Pincher Creek and report another success for Pincher Creek. R. L. Staisnton "sold a section of Board of Trade] Whatever his naiion- may be, 'he is certainly blessed with a wit that no Irishman can-ex- cel. The fact that he is a nephew of land about 1-y miles from here famous George Ham. of the C. P. jL-wcnty 'dollars an" acre'. 'Not TOO badjn.. publicity department, may account or virgin prairie. irom [direction. some measure for his gifts in this f Claresholin Review.) The, Press Assoriation of Alberta and Eastern British Columbia met in convention in Lethbridge last week great "province will be -allowed to for- get that there 'is a north or a south to it. against her, -which throws the, -costs -upon her: Eckstein MeTaggart 'represented tie I-I. W. :R. Moore; of victoria, appeared for the- defendant company.' The case of the Crown against John aerino, -charged. with stabbing John sanclio on the nigSt- of September 5. arter being so -abruptly stopped -by the dismissal of -Sherwood -Herphmer irorn the defence of the accused man last Thursday, -was concluded -by Mr. Mcl'aggart taking up the defence, the .Heringtpn is .putting tfib :'unisH- ing touch "on ''to'.h'is" large dence "pii, sec; fa' and.expects" to nioye in r" F. N. Swiss returned Ho." the I Slates f or'-tljevwinter after spending .the; summer and, fall Quite a few aitelop-es ed in the Faith District -by those iiold -ing licenses during this D. Stone and J. visitinir'the Cy- press Hills at- Elkwater, stead logs, etc. Services are, being conducted "on. Sabbath every two KiddeV, jury bringing in'a of not guilty.] 1V Nash' with a AT THE'EUREKA i.h'e best ot the sea- son' vaudeville this -week.'ar the .Eureka theatre., Two "coons" and a -white -soubret-te; make up- a j team that .dp things, up in hurricane fashion. They- '-dance, the" fastest most comicarima'giria'ble'dances; they J f so iar as practical work is- con- i sing, they crack jokes with sidesplit- Assuredly our old be proud of immensely. The J. P. dismissed the case of Rex Fred McEwan. The charge was set- ting out- a prairie fire at i The material has arrived .for Mr. j Vere Mile's new bu'ilding, and building J operations start immediately. Tho i Oddfellows purpose giviiig a bali in the new buildins; when completed. The C.P.R. have started to paint -of the A. R. and I. oi e' kindness it would be hard'to nephew had he been present at this memorable banquet. Another spec- ially enjoyable feature.' of tainment to cotJ mine and ory. on this occasion..the pressmen the guests of -Managing-Director cerned it was easily the'most success- lul-yet. It was decided to ask the Al- government to pass a law re- garmng libel, to ask that school ooards be compelled tc. advertise de- friend f Denture" bylaws, to ask the Dominion f his i government to abolish the duty on typesetting and type making ma'clnn- ery. rue recent -trust formed, by which the American Merganthaler Co. gobbled up the Canadian Company put" an enci to this industry in Canada, and ting effect and keep the whole housa in an uproan from start to finish Every member of the trio seems tc have a natural ability to be funny in make-up and in everything they do, and they certainly with the big crowd Jast. night. Contrasting strongly with this aot and extremely" interesting is a serise of pictures of Lieutenant Shackleton'? trip to the Antarctic to within 97 of the South Pole. A description oi this trip is given as the pictures arc WORKERS who, get little exercise, feel better all found for an .occasional dose of NA-DRy-CO9' Laxatives They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse: system and clear the brain. A. new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark. l' 25c. a box.' If your druggist has not yet stocked send 25c. and we will mail them. NATI.ONAL DRUG CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL, 21 speak''too warmly. Greatly Impressed with Lethbridge (High River Times.) qaickly, stops cures coSds. heals the fhroat and lunds -23 cents. OPEN" NEW HOME ON NOV. 9 Calgary, Oct. Lacombe's home for the and infirm, which! hss been erercted at a cost of I on 200 acres of land donated by P. Burns of Calgary at Fish Creek near .Vfictoap'ore, and towards the cost of Lord Strathcona personally gave father ,a cheque for- 000 to Edmonton, -will :be iormally opened on--Nov. which will be the occasion of a huge galher- Ing of pcominent. Roman Catholic 'bishops and-priests from all over the the town They began on new1 station. Still another large bunch of beef cattle went- east from here. Staun- ton Bros., we understand, -.shipped their -bunch to Wi.nnipcg. The Liberal Association Held a meet ing in their committee rooms to dis- cuss important, business-in connection with the town and other matters. Dr. Warnock, present. The Board of Trade he-id thcir weeJv'ly .meeting on Friday night, when important business, was discussed. Mrs. Hugl.! Petlit started on a buntr- trip to the mountains accompan- !make tbeir guests happy, by receiving by Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, in a most hospitable manner, there no longer .exists a reason; run off by a lecturer, assisting very tor making newspaper men pay trio- j materially in giving a vivid story of ute to those interests. In reference! the dangers 'of polar exploration. In to school debentures, if pointed 1 are many interesting out that all thai exists now is aj scneme whereby school boards by nail i cidents and good views of many nov el scenes. Large numbers of Pen- scene of weeK, and those wno attendee! gatnehn a newspaper convention last. I without -perhaps a dozen knowing the darkness of the approaching Antarctic night and many interesting features o{ the long journey over fields of ice and sngntest thing about it. visitors were .used in royal style were impressed by tie people of Lethbrid Pictures of thi? produced in "motion pictures'' and this ptuous banquet, which was probably held bere onl tne most successful Alberta Irrigation Co. series very instructive. O ur rewmaster ays To U s: "You need not hesitate to recommend PREDE ag one of the yery finest beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never be- fore have I turned out-a product with which I was so well satisfied as I am with LBTHBRIDGE beer. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley and hops I ever saw, we enabled to produce a beer of which I am exceedingly pro.ud.'' Drink Alberta's Pride If you use beer at home get a sample case. You'll like it. believe you'll say it's the best beer you ever drank, 'We The Letkbridge Brewmg and Malting Go. Limited D. O. ROBLIN. TORONTO PHONE 554 ;