Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
y, November- :l, lOlj THE LETITBRIPQE DAILY ITERALD 5.0FT. MONEY WAS WELL SPENT [-ost of Campaign to Get the Dry Farming Congress TRAFFIC BRIDGE Stewart Will be Given All Correspondence About it Charges have been maihi against the >arii of quite' recently that at. body flay not been getting tlie which the expenditure of publicity -fund subscribed last >rmg would warrant, and that :.ibe oney has not spent. to the iviujtage. At last night's meeting the council of the Roard these rges refu-jed in a manner mch shoula leave no doubt on the iimls of anyone who follows the orhlng of the Hoard of Trade .in its torts to set the best publicity for ,10 inonay: That the Board of Tradw done Ks .work, and done It well, in be readily HL'en from the follow- .g financial statement ot th'a expense i connection with the special excur- on to Colorado Springs: 1GG.HI 900.01 50.01 T HON. A. G. MACKAY Who HJU Resigned -the Liberal Leader- chip In Ontario. "ttons and advertising iitiea "Band p presented" McNicol, preliminary l phonos, advertising. HG.75 chil expenses !iin it will he seen that for an out- y oT approximately which be- in when Lethbridgo decided to enter ic field for the Congress.for Ifll2, iat is over a year ago, Letbbrirtge as secured thft Con- ress for 1912. The citizens of ethtirldge, through the Board of radc and the City Couuoll have.don- .ed already toward tho Con- which is for the upbuilding or bridge, and recognized as one tho best- publicity features ever ae- ired by any city in Western Cana- i; while, as F. W. Downer remarjc- Bi.vtyHSight hava I personally more than to ing the project to successful ter- ination. Looking at it in this Sight, there little reason behind any charge, ids' against the Board of Trade that has not secured 'publicity for the y. What Congrest Means in order that tlie people might real- what publicity might yet be ob- ned from the fact Unit Lethbrldgv home or .the. Congress for-the Kimg year, figures were quoted last ;lit, showing that during the year ar col lining bt I'aadlng 'mat-' p ware printed last year referring tc work ot the Congress In such ndard periodicals as Harper's. jekly, the Couri'sr, nnd other niag- nes of like quality, all of which A sent out hearing the date line of i hom-3 of the Congress. And dur- tho month bofoiy the Congress ivoned at Colorado Springs over lines of copy was printed in ions dailies throughout the world, ring the 'same headline. Leih- Ise will get the benefit of this atl- tising next year, but as yet its estimated. John T. Burns Here Soon W. also atated last night t he had received word that the rnarient executive of the Congress arrive in. Lethbrldge on Npvem- 12, Jo make 'Letlibrfdgo its hend- rters for the In the party is permanent secretary, Jolin t. as, .Mrs. Burns, Ills secretary, Mr. re, .Thomas, matting cleric, and 5 TwiLtie, stenographer. In all -e ara nine in the party, who will i swell Lclhbndgo'u population for iQlel In the city announcing tlie fact fiat Lethbridge Is the home of the fry-Farming Congress for the year 112, This was ordered done. In order to find out just how much ubllclty Lethbridije got through the as a result of the special excur- sion, Secretary Manwarlng was! in- structed to write a clipping......... tor clippings'of all notices imide of ine excursion. Diamond City Bridge Another very important matter wliich came before the notice oC tlie Hoard last night was tlw question of Uie bridge at.Diamond City. The.pro- vincial legislature will meet about the middle of November so it was decided to place copies of all 'relating to the building of the bridge in the hands of Dr. Stewart, so that, he may be Jn a position to do everything m his power to get this bridge Una interests of the people of Lethbrldge. Mon. A. J. 'McLean has already re- commanded the construction of tire Bridge, although there is some diffi- culty about the exact location. .Moose Jaw Trade wrote stating: that they were dissatisfied J wuft tLM and asked that the I LCthbridse Board send figures relat- ing to school 'population in order that tney might make a comparison of all Western Canada cities. Mr. Richardson Congratulate! A .letter-was read from Booster Torn Kichardspn, congratulating the peo- ple of Lethbridjje on securing the Pry- farming for- Mr. Richardson made an effort to meet the i-ethbridge.delegation at Billings, but was" unable'to .do so .oii account.of tmj late'arrival of the special all advertising schemes presented to the Board will -be'filed tor the use of next year's executive, f -the Hoard.that a small; iittrnfit- :an. be put in every, GIVE CHURCH UNION A TRIAL, HE SAYS .London, Nov. Uev; W. Brad field, chfllrmnn of the Wesley tins Hnlirax, Jtyiglaud, having rqturi from his visit to Canada where he at tended the Kcunemicvil conference Ji Toronto thinks it would" be well to give tho proposal of the union of Jlethodisir and Presbyteriiinism a trial. He that the, churches of O.-inada ami the United 'States spem- dotermjined clear out'the saloons altogether and thinks they will succeed. PARK COMMISSIONER DIES SUDDENLY Toronto, Xov. sudden death of James Wilson, commls- Bioner of parks reported from' Kani- loops, R C. Jlo died on a train.; He! was on a two months'.leave of ab- tjence, Mr. Wilson, who was formerly of Niagara .Falls park, i to Toronto in 1908. .re tad dlMmal horn ortfiuiy prfiHraAoM. Kclr purpose wltheut dfiturbint, rest o( (he IIH) itu) Iwitive for the nurslof mother, u ihey do niKeet the ehUd Ccnpouadod. like.ill NA-DRU-CO by aiwrt AWlsMACtorr wt'll KUdly return nwncy. 9mL If your stootwd t mAil ,24' A (illation drawer of difficult proh-: ros in connection with Sunday :iioo] work, was next comiiicteil by P. K-enny, general secretary. A number of questions were calculated to prove helpful In the fut- j ure work of tho Sunday schools. Election of Officers Tho election of officers was their' proceeded with, the report of Um nominating being adopted; as follows (the majority of whom were J.-.D. HIg- iuhbtliam; vice-president, Mr. G. C. Collier; secretary-treas'ur'ef, Jordjin. Central Chairman, J. HIgfnbotham; secretary. Walter .lor- tian; Messrs. C. B. McKinnon, T. S. 'ackenxiy, John Torrance. Department mentary, Mrs. C. B. JlcKlnrion; acl-' vanced grades, John Torrance: adult uiblc class, T. S. Mackenzie; home aepartnienl, Mrs. O. iU. raining, J. H. ,M. D.; mission ary, Miss Dora 13. Fueii: W. B, Kairbairn; representative to Provincial Board, Walter Jordan. "How we may make our own Sun-: flay school more helpful to the whole j Sunday school movement" was ,the subject of an open conference, con quoted by Hev. A. A. Lytle. air. Lytle cmpbaslxed the fact that to do a certain -line of work in 'the Sunday.school was good, hut to do it: I'Or the parent-body was better, ami r.en-ded. to-, vision of LbVl school so He urged his aearers to .take a wider look over the Sunday school field, and mova out into larger spheres of usefulness. The ensuing discussion developed some helpful suggestions as to plans whereby the whole movement was aid- ed by the individual schools. Close of the Convention The closing session of the conven- tion was hold last evening in, Wesley (inurch, when two magnificent" ad- s-j were fielivered by Rev. H. H. B.A., B.D., of Taber, and Gen- eral Secretary H. F. Kenny of Calgary, the former taking ns his subject "A survey of Sunday school work and organization as it effects pur own Sunday and the latter "Mch and Kellglon Forward Movement." woth speakers impressed their 'hear- ers with the Importance pf the sub-, ects, and resulted In a fitting close o what, has been the most effective t and practical convention in the his. lory of the district. IJuring the evening -the resolution committee presented the following re- port, which was carried unanimously: K-eEolved that the .thanks of this convention be tendered (1) to the trustees of Wesley church for the u-jc of the.church for the purnos-es of me convention. 13 j TO the speakers, pianists, so- loists and aJl others who took part on me program or assisted in any man- ner to make tlie. convention a suc- cess. To 'thte press of Ihe city in giv- ing of Hib'ies in tho celh of the policy lucounts of meetings, etc. AH of which is respectfully .ed, signed: Walter Jordan, Hev. W. Tail, Rev. A. A. Lytle. AS a rusult of tlva discusBlons ol iractlcal work lo he undertaken ng -the current year a mimhfir of im- jortant suggestions wore 'referred to :u; centrnl committee for thsir del'b- raiions at their next meeting. Among were tlie establishment of Sun- lay school work among the foreign lopulaiion of tbc city, and also at no buildings, the plnc- ng of Bibles in the ce'ils of th cpolicc and jil, the peniteir-'iary. Al- o in the rooms of the hotels of the ity and Sunday school extension work, vhiclt has been well looked after dur- g the past year, will receive a great ijtetus for the current year as an iit'omo of tho inspiring convention IWt. OlOHtKl. The last night was In nargo of (he president, J. D.. Hlgin- otham, T. S. Mackcnzln holng in norg-e of tho inimical part of the pro- r.iin. Saturday and Monday Bargains We have cleared out our stock of Meris and Boys Clothing, with the excep- tion of 2 doz. Men's Overcoats and will sell these at a discount of 33 1-3 per cent off This will enable us to have more room to display Dry Goods and Ladies Ready-to-wear goods. Qur policy of quick turn over for cash, enables us to give extra bargains to our customers. Remember we buy all for cash and get as good values as anyone in the trade. Manufacturers say our money is as good as any. We believe in small profits quick turn overs. "The Nimble Six pense is better than the Slow Shilling" Splendid values this week in Ladies' Underwear, see our counters'for Ati display. Extra value Vests at TtUC Ladie's Flette Night Gowns in cream and white FJette, beautiful goods Our Sales are heavy in Ladies' Suits and Croats, all marked down this week. Another lot of those beautiful Ladies' and Children's Combination Underwear to arrive by express Monday-extra values. THE CASH STORE Company to Operate Lethbridge Exhibition (Continued from front page) UNCESSIONS TO BRITISH LINES Liverpool, Nov. .Vovth Atla'n- c ccld pool hat effected, satisfactory settlement with sub- stantial to tb'? British lines lia.ving been made possible owlns to their Incroatine hold on the Canad- ian passenger u-a'Ie. iug" ihu company, and be expects- thai inside month another irrecting will lie called when the business of. Uic new "concern will be put on a itig ba.sis. The old Society, wish it iliytinclly understood that tliiy step has been taken, not, with any inten- tion of making it a money-making venture for the shareholders, but simply because the affairs of the ex- hibition have now reached such an im- portant that it is absolutely necessary for the life of the exhibi- that it be put upon soiuciniore stable basis. No dividends 'whatever will go to the shareholders, but wil rcfcrt to the treasury of the coni- I i'any to be used for the upbuilding j of the exhibition. Shares will.bo sold 'at a nominal figure, nnd no member of the company will bold more than one. Under tho Agricultural Exhibi- tions' Act, both societies and com- er works well only ior small cxhlbi- panlcs may be formed, but the form- COLDS ARE THE SMALL DOOR LEADING TO LARGE ILLNESS. (I there is danger, it Is wel! to know it. The congb should demand immediate action'. If there is u remedy it is well to know ii. Mattiieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil produces immediate results. A cold cannot make headway when Matliieii's Syrup is used. Prevention makes the cure unnecessary. Delay makes the cure most difficult. The healing properties of the Tar combined with the niug properties of Cod Liver Oil makes Mathieu's Syrup, the invincible conqueror of colds. Large bo'ttlt; 35 ceuts. SoM liy all When hentlnrlif ar: preient .1 cold lak: Nervine to reduce tli- fevt-r And allAy Ihr pp.ln. J. I. MAlhicu Co.. 1'ropi, sheibrooke, Qm. (u) lions in towns of less liiau thousand pc'pulatiou. tlirec Italians Rush Aid (Continued from front page) Italian. Strengthen Fl.et Germany, Nov. frankfurter Zeitung's Milan corres- pondent says that the Ilnllans are nrenglhcnlng their active fleet with from tho J13scrve. Twenty- mree gunboats are proceeding from to Tripoli. "Confound the (nfldd." Alexandria, Egypt, Nov. ot Turkish victories at. Tripoli were reached liviro" during the night In n tumult that one lime threatened to "e, serious. The natives turned out in thousands, ealHng upon Allah to imound "the Infidels." Shots were between Moslems and Eur- opeans. One native was killed and seven others wore injured before the police had suppressed tire rioting, scores of arrests were made. FREIGHT RATES OUT Board of Trade There to Put Up Campaign for Warehouses Macleod, Nov. 2.-The regular mut- of the board of trade held in town nail on Tuesday evening and a very large crowd turned out despite tno fact that there were several conn- ler attractions. There was no very important business to b's done at this meeting and the time was taken lip In UEcussion and in reading the reports ot ttle different committees. Already two applications have received or the-position of publicity commis- sioner tor the town and advertise- rapere. The work of arranglnjr a nenls have been Inserted in several iparaphKit for the board of il j progressing Tapidiy and the pamphlet will soon be ready for the press Ona leature ot this will be that Macleod enjoys better freight rates than any town in the district owing to her po- sition. jUnti! Tuesday night this Bub. ject nad never been thoroughly dis- cussed and many members of thg uoard were not aware of the prevail- ing rates In Macleofl and other in this vicinity, and after considerable discussion at the meeting. Agent'Ste. imons of the C. P. R. stated that'Mac. leod enjoyed better freight rate, than Lcthbrldge west to this Crow's Ntut. beyond that the rates same. On account of the lesser. dis- lunce Jlacleod also has the advantage on the C. and B. line. The only place wnere Macleod gets the worst of it s on tha Carmangay and Klpp line, wmch is as yet nothing to :be com- pared with the others'. Wholesale louses located in Jlaeieod have, in 'lew of tho lower rates -here, a big advantage ovsr rival centres, and nis fact should be a big inducement their doing no. THEATRE FOR THE HAT Medicine Hat.'.JCov. new the- re with s sealing capacity ot 1500 will be built here by Wm. Cousins J. Christie of Winnipeg. I.otz will Icaso the building.