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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THl LCTHiRlDOf DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, HH. PAGE FIVE v MOVING [PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Picture! 1 (Hirer Twist 2 3 Baribtxes Continuous Performance Prof. Kovarnack 'The Famous Violinist Miss Orma Orton The dainty soubretie Tippcl Kliment Comedy Musical Artists LETHBRIDGE MEN f (Continued from rront Page.) D. McNair. G. H. Johnston, J. B. {Gray and C. F. P. Conybeare, L.L.D. Whereas collated statistics show the i amount raised for missions bv tlie (Continued from Front Page.) take up the matter with him he arrived. Auto and Hack By-laws e The report of the license and police several coitions ol the city dur- past vear equalled onlv .lAf.i. mating TTP TON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the Bs ST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io ;ool, bright and pleasant. Best Cipfars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block COPYRIGHT LOOK AT THE LABEL and be. drink only tLfse beverages bottled by The Lethhri.ige Malting'Co Tb-s naini o.i a bottle-; is a gilt edge gmr.-intri that the contents absolutely pure and .sure you drink only those they are the finest and -best, ated beverages offered sal-. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. COME AND GET YOUR MEALS AT THE Victoria Mansions Afternoon Bring your friends and try SUNDAY HOURS Dinner-12-1.30. registration, etc.. of automobiles was being drafted, and advised the matter of hack licenses be'referred to thu city solicitor to bring in a by-law -to govern the same. The report was adopted on motion of A'ldf Button. Street Railway- By-law Read The Street Railway By-law, as amended at the meeting last night, was read before the council by W. C. Ives, solicitor for the city. The by-law the! the Toronto; Nov. Rev. Robert installed as systematic theology at Queen's.....TJm- versity tonight. each church, member. And inasmuch as we have been blessed with the riches yet lacked bv 'the many beyond our borders; and, recognizing. the great privilege of par- ticipating in the Canadian National Laymen's Missionary Movement, and our resulting; obligations. Be .That we, representatives of the city -churches, here present, pledge ourselves to devote our best endea- vors-to so Stir up the dormant mis- sionaty spirit in our respective con- gregations, that the coming year's statistics shall exhibit an increase in the per capita contributions towards Missions, and that we fix the mini- mum for thr coming year at per church .membt-r. .Mass Meeting Tomorrow Night 0. D. Austin, the secretary of the local branch of the movement, an- nounced that a conference would be held in the Baptist Church the lowing afternoon at three o'clock and a mass, meeting in Wesley Church at eight at which "a number of- distin- i guished speakers would be present. He urged all who possibly could to attend. In the ;intervals of', -.addresses songs were given by Messrs. A. Til- ;fey, Fleming and E. A. .pun- ningnam, arid were most enthusias- tically applauded. T.' S.' McKenzie will be; chaiiTnan in Wesley .-Church, to- jfor the consideration of the various by-laws. P O'CONNOR WANTS "FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS Chicago; Nov. P. .O'Connor; famous journalist and home rule leader, who came to Chicago yesterday to be the guest for three days of the Irish organizations of'the city, hopes to raise for the. Irish National. cause while in Chicago. In the course of an' informal luncheon here on his arrival .pledged. R. McCormick, Jr.. is treasurer for the fund. Mr.-O'Con- nor seeks, fifty Chicago men who will give each. t'1-H-I-I-I-I-I-I-H-M.....M-l.....M1H-I--H I H I II H-L I i I I I I I t-M-M-t- t The Fur Season Is Now In Full Swing will be given its. first and second T readings this as well as j 4 the gas franchise by-law and amendment to the by-law fixing time for the payment of taxes. Fire Hall Contract The following tenders on the con- struction of the new. fire hall in the north ward were received Morrison Smith Bros., and Wilson, not to include wiring, plumbing and heating. Lussier and Brooks, Doyle and Thomas, Wm. Watts, Only two of the contractors enclos- ed certified cheques to, extent of five per- cent. oE the tender, as required.. Lussier and Brooks and Wm. Watts. The tender of Lussier and Brooks, was accepted on motion of Aid. Hut- ton.' _-.' I The council adjourned to meet the afternoon at four o'clock DESERTS FOURTH ESTATE FOR REAL ESTATE ,P. S. proprietor and editor of the Cranbrook Herald arid chief 'booster for that city -has... given'up the- "newspaper business .and is go- ing into the real estate busi- ness. A local syndicate has purchased the Herald. The Weather is Cooler and Severe Cold is Predicted. Furs are one of the essen- tials of this country pfovid- ed by wise nature to ward off the .winter blasts. l The name' Hudson's Bay Company stands for the Best there is in Furs I Women s Lined Coats i .Made of high, grade' imported Broadcloth, lined with fiiie quality feskrat, Sable Collars. J to lMade of the best grade of imported Broadcloth. Lined with fine quality collars and revers. All sizes. Prices, each, from to We hiave pretty White Icelandic Bows at............................40c and 60c s Bay Co. I I PROSPECTUS OF THE GAVNOR ELECTED WESTERN FARMERS ELEVATOR AND MILLING Limited Capital divided into shares of each, non-assessable HEAD OFFICE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Articles of Incorporation applied for under laws of the Government of Alberta f [Continued from Front Page.} next .legislature will be Democratic by over two-thirds "majority and able to pass any measure over the Repub- lican governor's veto. I The Western Farmers Elevator and killing Company, Limited, is being formed for the. purpose of erecting and Sarrying .ori a general grain elevator business at points on'-the C. P. Kail- way between Taber and Medicine Hat and at points on the Lethbridge- Weyburn in course of con- straciion, and to. erect a mill at such time and place as .the Shareholders may decide. It is proposed to is early as possible, one elevator of ibout bushels capacity at each >f the following places: Bow Island, Winnifred and Seven Persons. These towns are the centres 01 splendid igricultural countrjr which has lately been; ttaown open to homesteaders. A careful canvass shows over 9.000 icres of land already broken "for seed-' ing in the. area served three places, and as there are ;rio elevators any of- these .tihere will be business from the time our jlevators. are completed.. .There has teen a considerable quantity of grain marketed from these towns this fall md an elevator.at Bow Island would aave paid' expenses this season. For the purpose of erecting these jlevators it- has been decided to seill shares now, and retain the re- maining in the; treasury until such time as conditions warrant the erection of further elevators. Of have already been sub- icribed for, by farmers and others at points. between Lethbridge and. Medicine Hat, and 'the remaining J9.750 are now offered to the public >n-the following 60c per ihare payable'20c on application, 20c May 1st, 1910, and the remaining on August Jst, 1910. said be- UI fore, these sliares are par value and are -non-assessable. Shares will be sold in blocks of 50 and multiples of number less than 50 will- be allotted. Estimated Profits This is not a "wild cat" scheme. There is no possibility of your making 1000 per cent, or 100 per cent, annual return on your investment. On the other hand there is no possibility of your ilosing the money you invest, as is often the case with scheme offering glittering inducements. The elevator business is a sound commercial proposition a-nd offers as great a return on the investment as any legitimate business in the West and will continue to do so as long as the country continues to produce grain and as the' -country develops so will our properties .increase in value and our earning 'power increase. an avorage crop we should pay a 10 per .--snt. dividend in 19101 and afterwaxds an anfraal dividend of from 15 to 20 per cent. The writer has before Mnv .copy of the balance sheet of an Elevator a.nd Milling Go- showing a nst profit of 24 1-2 per ont.' for their last financial year. ,Upon application we .mil forward of the firm together our authority for this statement. This is really an excellent oppor- tunity for the small investor to secure a gilt .edge investment max- imum return and at a price consid- erably below par. There is no "watered" stock, or promoters' rake offs; not a share has been or will be sold for less tha-n sixty cents, not a. share has been or will any 50 given ..away for any purpose or services; 'only actual expenses figur- ed on an economical basis will be incurred. A meeting of the shareholders will be'held about November 20th for the purpose of electing directors, and other business'necessary for the well being of the company. Sites For Construction The townsite owners of Winnifrid and 'Seven Persons have given us a site ample in size for the erection of an elevator and other buildincs nec- essary ABSOLUTELY FREErmaking only the condition that the elevators be erected in time to handle the 1910 crop; at Bow Island we have secured a site for less than half its real value.. In every case the sites join ihe C. P. R. right of way, are in the heart of the towns, and the locations are admirable.- Upon applicatio'n the Provisional Secretary will forward a copy of the articles "of incorporation as applied for, together with" fuller'information concerning the Company and its; ob- jects. t The subscription lists will not be open many days, so those intending to apply. are recommended to do so early. Fill out form below anid mail to our address. Make cheques, eic., payable to the Western Farmers' Elevator and Milling Company, Ltd. For, information apply to APPLICATION FOR SHARES WESTERN FARMERS ELEVA- IDR and MM Co., Ltd, P. O. Box 1839 Lethbridge, Alta. Please allot me shares in The Western Farmers' elevator and Milling Co., Ltd., price SOc per share, par value fully paid and non- assessable. I agree to accept above, or any less number, which may be allotted mel I, enclose! at' rate of 20c per share and agree to pay 20c per share on May 1st, 1910, and the final 20c per share on August 1st, 1910 ca." This declaration was seized up- on as meaning he would stan-d for a "Wide open town." Close in Massachusetts Boston, Mass., Nov. Demo- crats of Massachusetts were far more gratified, in looking over the results of of yesterday's -election today than the Republicans, for while the latter succeeded in keeping Governor Eben -S. Draper and" the balance' of the' :State ticket in. their possession, their victory by a margin of votes in a total of was too close for comfort. The election was the closest in this state, since 1892 when Wm. E. Rus- sell was elected Governor by the De- mocrats by a majority of votes I-t was the narrowest victory in the history of the Republican party in -Massachusetts. Last year Governor Draper went into office for his first term with a plurality of over Lieut-Go- vernor Prothingham's plurality last year was even greater, so that his fall yesterday from to a trifle over was one of the marked iea- tures of the result. The Democrats also made gains in the Legislature and today some of them went so far j as to predict two years hence the de- feat of Senator Henry Cabot Lodge. In Maryland Baltimore, Md., Nov. latest but still incomplete returns of the election in Maryland indicate that NAVAL POLICY OF MR. MAGRATH the Negro Suffrage been defeated in to that Dr. Johana Her ing. has been re-elected State'Comptroller and that the lee- Medicine Hat, Nov.. the an- nual meeting of the Medicine Hat Conservative association, held in Medicine .Hat last evening, short speeches were made by C. A. Ma- grath, M.P., for Medicine Hat, and -John for Maple Creek. Mr. Herron declared himself as em- phatically opposed to the proposed Canadian navy, which would be noth- ing more than an expensive luxury and of little utility to either Can- ada or the empire. Party' considera- tions would have no weight in his treatment of this matter. He believ- ed Canada should give her aid in the manner which would be most effect- ive, and favored a money contribution to the imperial fleet. "He was fully in accord with the Medicine Hat mem- ber in regard to this question. Mr. Magrath declared that within the next few years either a climax must come in Europe as a result of the enormous expenditures on arma- ments or by some means the nations recede from the ruinous policy. British naval supremacy must be maintained in the interests of peace of the. world, and Canada could give the best help bv a money contribu- Pretty Initial i. Handkerchiefs You will find what you want in our large stock LsJJcLeay DRAYTON RESIGNED Toronto, Jfov. resignation (of Mr. Brayton, E.G., as tomeyj wag handg of Hon. J. J. Foy, attorney general, tris morning. amendment has tion ol sav ten million dollars per the state bv from j annum, to be returned in ships to Canada at some future date should ihc Dominion then desire a separate navy. He believed such an arrange- islature'Avill be Democratic and also invent would be most satisfactory to 3, split ticket I i mo re citv. will be elected in Ral- the taxpayers of this country. Machine in Pennsvlvania and i our statesmen could then t urn their undivided attention to the develop- ment of our vast material resources The speaker would take a definite PARDEE WILL BE THE CHIEF LIBERAL WHIP Toronto, Nov. F. Pardee, M. P. for West Lambton, succeeds W. S. Calvert 3? chief Liberal whip at Ottawa. both J. NAME G. BELL, Provisional Secretary, Bow Island ADDRESS OCCUPATION OR AT DALLAS HOTEL, LETHBRIDGE, DATE Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. vania elected the Republican candi- dates for state treasurer, auditor-gen stand .on this question, no matter eral and Judge of the Supreme Court j attitude of cither or at vesterday's election and Philadel- j lhe housp- phia overwhelmed the reformers op- Mr. Magrath also spoke on the de- position, electing the entire Rcpubli-i velopmmt of the great waterways of can county ticket by a majority of i Astern Canada, in which the Dormn- over 43 000 in one" of the heaviest j ion government, might with -votes ever polled in tin- city. The j spend the money which would other- plurality for the victorious ticket in hvise be wasted in ntfval experiments, the .state will reach nearly 150.000.! Mr. Magrath met with a most en- f, j thusiastic approval aird at the con- Towns (jro j elusion of the meeting a unanimous Buffalo, N. V., Nov. towns jvotc Qf confldl.ncc was passed in the of Aurora, Eden, Holland ami Walsh., mcmbcr ior this riding, the meeting in this. Erie, county, voted yester-1 UH- independent stand day for no license. Collins voted Qn thc naval issuc that no liquor be sold there except; at drug; stores on a physician's prc-j Harbin, Nov. Inchan scription. Eight other towns voted. J ?hc- Korean who assassinated Prince for a licence. I to of Japan, and his alleged accom- Tn Kentucky" plicc-s, were today removed to Louisville, Ky., Nov. fol-j "Korea, for trial. Following their at- lowing election found the Democratic n-'st by the Russian police, the pris- party in possession of nearly all its oiws.wf-re turned over to the Japan- ancient heritage in Kentucky, The nnthoritir-s. t CHERRY CAKE FRUIT CAKE SULTANA CAKE MADEIRA CAKE We're Specialists on Cake ROBT. SCOTT Phone 381 Prop ;