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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 2, 1911. THE DAILY Page 3 F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to announce that they have removed from their former offices in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block MONEY TO LOAN If you have lots and want to build we will loan you the money. R. V GIBBONS CO ROOMS r. AND G. BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 J) FOB SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two 63T 13th St. South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE 1 (HEMLOCK lETHdUfBC 2 Lots on 15th St. Norfli. Immediately cast of new church and close Adams The finest building Biteifn North at the snap price of 1450; 1125 cuh, balance 4, S 12 Nortk Lethbridge Realty Go. XA CHANCE TO OWN A FAKM V We have Ton 160 acre ready-made tunrms to. sell, on half crop payments. No No Money Come In and gee us about them. Kerr LIFE. FIRE, ACCIDENT AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE PHONE HULL Ul_OCK. Next. A.R. I. Oflieta. 5000 acres Finest Wheat Lands in Alberta Splendid vicinity. Not far from It your way. Only per. acre 1-2 cash, balance In three equal annual' instalments, bearing 6 per cent. Interest W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. S., LETHBRIDGE Agent for Avery Steam Plowing Englnet. WESTMINSTER ROAD Lots 9-10-11 Block Each. Terins 1-3 cash, bal. months. See H.J.H.Skeith Phone 134J Opp. Alexandra Hot.l Convention Being Held Here 160 Acres 5 miles from Cham- pion, 90 acres brok- en, well improved; buildings, fence, well, etc. Trice cash. For pai ticulais apply to the CascadenlandCo. Considering Request to Run (Continued front front pane) The ihould receive yeuiftl pruiHU'aUou. LwngLhy houId avoided, and touch- erg iliould avoid endeavoring U. tiiipreiif any thmi one or at the most two at one time, ana always keeping hi mind the fact mat the are moat imprt-aalon- Dle Uirough the eye and ear. Every lewon ihould lie prepared the, class in mind, and should b tnrough A of thought inspired oy prayer. question waa well received by tne was followed by a discussion which was led by Miss Dora B. Fitch, and taken up generally in open conference which proved a tft profitable one, a large mid varied number of problems In loasou prepara- tion being produced. Prtwntlng the Lesson '.Presenting a Sunday School Les- BOH" was tho next paper, and was opened by Rev A. .Levitt, who re- marked'that next to a properly pre- pared lesson is the importance of pro- routing It, and this is largely up to the presenting It. No one can command the attention of the class vvuo 'does not live up to a high plane of can they expect to bring the class to a higher piano than that upon which they tlieiuBehes are liv- ing. 'I'ho teacher has so live the uofipel of Christ, that His life Is re- I fleeted from them. Then when truth iis.' unfolded, it appeals to the class from -a- physical, mental and moral standpoint. The attention of me class depends so much on the man- ner of its presentation, and if thla Is iaulty, -the teacher has no one to blame but themselves for the result. The question was then discussed by cne delegates, and" was opened by S. a. Dunham, who stated that his ex- perience had been "with adult classes. He thought that in dealing witli class- es of boys who-were inclined to be j insubordinate, every care should 'be given win him rather than deal uarshly with him. As, too often, the ;cause of liia attitude has been brought before those in nutliorlty over him, and ..therefore tire boy should p'e dealt with but a forcible manner. I A great essential in presenting a les- son is to have a fund of general infor- j mation on hand, which can only be through reading and research lesson fails in its presentation when i tile teacher is limited in the reciurrYnl 1 scope. I No Fesson can 'be presented that Is not known, therefore the primary need is. a knowledge of it. i -The lesson, shpiihl. so presented as to emphasize a single point, rather than lose 'all by emphasizing too much. .Tust before adjournment the chair- man appointed the following nominat- ing committee: Walter Jordati, Rev. McD. Tail and Rev. A. A. Lytle. HYDE PARK is the INDUSTRIAL CENTRE of East Calgary, having large C.P.R. Shops on west side and C.N.R. Shops on east side employing between them five to Six thousand skilled workmen. 'Another largo industry will-start in near future employing Seven.' Thousand Men and you know what that means t'o Adjoining Property. Hyde these Industries which will make Lots .ad-. very Hyde .Park Lots arc all good stuff, .with excellent view of Mountains and City and will have STREET CAR.SERVICE, shortly, along with other modern improvements. Hyclc.Tarlv adjoins City Limits and Lots are only Half the Price of Property across the Street inside the limits, also small taxes which you reap the. benefit of. Lots in Hyde Park are selling very rapidly at present prices.'Get in now and Double .your Money. Price for 10 Days, to per lot. Trackage lots to Terms 1-4 Cash, balances, 6, 9 and 12 months at 8 per cent Discount allowed to all Cash Buyers TITLE GUARANTEE Room 1 131 a 8th Ave. West Phone 2299 Calgary, Alberta MONEY TO'- -LOAN On Improved farm lands and city property. 2.comfortable 8 rooiived bouses pn.jCourt1 laiid.Sf., .semi-modern, per montb, THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadla Block. Phone 1JJ5. F. E. Shanlz. Angus Shantz ____________ Room 107 Shiifloek Building__________ 2 LOTS-r-Cor. of 21st St. and Ipt. Ave. N.; 4 room and stttble for J 10.00 per 3 hew school' N. 2 robm shack on, U x 20, -insured for 7 ROOM NEW 6th Ave. 43 ft. frmitiige; x house is very modern, and on Full' cement -basement; small paynieiH cnsh, bat. 1-4 sale or exo'hange on city all hp cultivated; 1 OS acres'broken; houie; stable; well; nil fcncod; cash bill. ierniH 1-2 niniir Vermilion; will aell for 1-3 of equity wliich is easy terrni, at 6 per cent.- Price per for subdivision. W50 ..13500 43500 from front he North Ward.- Ho-Is a-'successful usiness man and would make a good Idcrman. In jhe school board there' will be wo1 vacancies, the two-year term 'r. Stewart and R. explr- ig. Dr. Stewart stated ''ias.t night hat he hardly thought that he woultl be a candidate for re-election as he nad enough business out of tho city now to keep him busy. Air. Wallace would nothing definite as to his intentions, but if asked to do so-wil likely stand for-re-elcction. Dr. Thoinp is also a possible camlidaU1. In all it that the municipal elections will be well contested, and it Is likely that a very campaign will be carried on. CARDSTON TORIES TO MEET Cardston, Nov. .Conserva- tives of Cnrdstoii will hold a conven- tion on Thursday evening, Nov. 'J, wnen a candidate to contest that scat at the next, provincial election will held Dr. M. P..P., will attend. LIB. MAJORITY IN THE WEST Mnnipog, Nov. of- the votes cas' minioii elections lor all constituencies in the provinces of Manitoba, Sas- katchewan, and Alberta, collected by the Manitoba Free Press, show a tp- RECIPROCITY NOT A DEAD QUESTION i.-compict? figures Mackenzie King's Defin- t in the recent. Do-, _ B tal vote" in western Camilla oi Itc Declaration to On- tario Liberals THEY'ARE COMING TO LETHBRIDGE CASHIER GONE ALSO MONEY lirandoii, Man., Nov. is lonsiderable speculation not unmixed wilh uneasiness at the continued disr appearance of .Stanley Coutts, cash- ier in the employ, of the U.N.R., and who was engaged in the local depot. It is also stated that concurrently' with the disappearance of Coutts a substantial amount of money, over lie accounted for. cvcri Ihc railway oflicials-arc reluc- tant to cjinfirm or deny the latter statement. The Alberta Securities Ltd. .BARGAIN 500 tcrci itatlon, 135.00 13.00 tcrt trow payment. BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE ItTHIRIpGE. MUNROE IS THE MAN Wclland, OnL, Nov. Alunroo'was yesterday nominated aa Liberal candidate in Wclland County ior the coming provincial elections. 'M. K. Doren was nominated some weeks HBO, but owins to his, delay In Denouncing whether or not he would 'stand for election, a new man was nominated. BIG FIRE AT MANILLA Manilla, Nov. 'Chinese dis- trict was swept by today with a loss of over At noon the fire threatened to the roni- nwrRtnl centre of city and infjfiUry with Oen e nil Funs ton hi chiirgo, waa out to assist (.ho The Happy Medium in Temperature Neither too hot. or too cold, and always reliable. This is the Important feu- the all-important prob- leiii of heating the home in winter. We think we have solved it in our Gurnoy-Ox- ford ef- It saves coal, time and temper, and this triple. economy te shown in the fire-box construction, which keeps the fire burning just right, and takes ALL the heat out of the coals. GORMEf OXFORD is the only heating apparatus that IB Kited with tho nipplu. With this joint tho boiler will run Tor years with: out a cent being spent on re- pairs, because IT CAN'T LEAK. These and many other points make the Gurney-Ox- forrl System the idefll system. Write for free book and in- formation. We also carry in stock a complete line of plumbing material. METALS, LTD., Calgary. Edmonton. LETHBRIDGE. (i'etcrboro. Seldom 1ms anvone, Peter- boro received a send-off such as Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson were tender- Toronto, K'ov 1 -That thc Liberal ed at, thc I 28 C P R train last ev- party has not (hopped the polic) of h foi (171.fot the Liberals for reciprocity- with I mteu Stairs loi the Conservatives, ranking a majority- ,-rom ils ,platform lor .cderal purpos- Ml for the Liherals over the Conserva- cs was clearly indicated by thc lion accclne" lucrative potion of tivos of for.the, three provinc- w. Kmg, in his maug- ot the Collegiate Institute es, and the total independent, ami iis, presulcnt of the Gen-. At clock tho pcople to icialist vote cast was. .In Man-: ricform Association at the aa- tn thc those the Conservatives have a meeting here toilai Mr Kmg a tcw "onli' jority of In Saskatchewan the lamented flic icjoction of the rcci- L'iherals' majority totals up to agn-enii.nt on Scptembei 31 and ir. Allicrta the Liberals led. fol- it would meant more money _for the farmers, lower prices for consumers and closer friendship with the republic. "The Conservatives must take the lesponsihility for its said the ex-Minister of Labor. "We as BECAME EXCITED; WOMAN KILLED Liberals must keep close' to (his fun- damental principle. It is a thing for which we Have always fought and which it seems to me will commend itself to the people." Mr. King that thc. Bor- parents, fellow members on the teach- ing slaff, a couple of members Hoard of Education and several offic- ers of the local garrison, as well 'as a number of Uldies, who had an earlier oppoitunity of saying their good hies to Mis Hodgson When Ali and Mrs Hodgson bad been around the croud and were beginning lo icel that parting from so many friends was indeed a task not.-to be forgotten, peels of the bass drum were heard ,n the cadrt bugle band shout fifty cadets in the rear, and Mr Hodgson realized that be was leaving one part of his, -Indian Head, Sask., Nov. Ger- man woman, named Mrs. Krueger, was instantly killed and another, Mrs. Karmer, had her leg Government would meet with dit-- two others were injured as well as tallies and that thc Liberals would WOrk whlch had !m xvm the driver, in a runaway-accident this soon return lo office Turninn to !'CilrS rcccivrd his attention and con- Collegiate cadets: Un- tion thrv had m- Hum one companj to four, and bad become, one of the most effi- cient cadet corps in the province. The bugles and drums bad been secured after much work on Mr. Hodgson's Part, and the cadet biigle'baiid hai become an important factor at the school. evening. The women bad been work- provincial aff.vrs Mr King llwt Cpllcg, ing at the government forestry farm'the Whitney Goiernmeut was necom- !1 _'S, C a mile south oi here, and were being, ing too much oi .111 oligarch driven home after thc day's work by j that it had curtailed the liberties'of a'man named Page employed at the' the people. farm, .hist, after crossing the C.P.H. j Mr. King concluded by saying that tracks a train passed, frightening the thc Liberal party cmild hope )'in the horses, and in thc general confusion, course of the next election to roll thc women seized thc lines and the 'up a first rate number of seats." rig was over-turned near thc ifclho- Thc following officers were elected dist church. Mrs. Knlcgcr was dead President, Hon. Mackenzie King when picked up, with broken-neck, vice-presidents, F. I'anlce, M.I'., Karnia C. M. Howman, M. P. P. I Southamnton .1. Young, North ESKIMOS BALK AT DR. COOK Southamnton A. .1. Young, North fj 5'b Copenhagen, Nov. commit- Udmond Proul.v, M. I'., L'Ori-. A lot and a half, nest to tee In charge of r.ilsslon work among s'nal seneral secretary, (i. C. In- with or without shack, special flgurci. me Eskimos at Cape York ban re- wood, Toronto; treasurer, A. R. z corner lots, Duff, yoli loonted, for "iscd to. accept tire proceeds of thc incut, pv-M.l'., Toroiilo.; auditor, ,1. iccturo which Dr. Frederick A. Cook K. MacKay, Toronto, delivured here Tuesday night. Dr.! prescnt the money 8 __ outside of Onmrlo Is 'shown by the j invitation of the Hon. Beck, TRAVELLER IN THE TOILS of the, conimUnlon, to Winnipeg, Nov. Clarence Duord. Plain thc worXinm of Ontario's power nig, a commerciti! trnve-jler. Is em to Ihe joint committee of the ncro on information laid by R j loglBialure of Xew York atate, which woman who claims to be his wife, of the power water supply who says Unit Duordlne Is mar- department of conservation and flab riot] to two other women, unU game supply of the earh. Small house, C lota, for The Dowsley Mulhern Und Co. Shwlock Bldf. 7th Street ;