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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE IjETHPRTDGE JDAILY HERALD THRESHING IN THE MACLEOD DISTRICT About Fifty Per Cent of the Crop Threshed Maclcod from pore, grape cream of tartar FOREMOST BAKING POWDER IN THE WORLD Makes home baking easy. Nothing can equal it for making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot biscuit, hot-' breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Protects the food from alum. tu Uw Maclnwl. Nov., Teller in tftu Ciinadiuu h'ank of Com- merce here, Ims been Iran.sferrcd to" Calgf.iv utid will aut as accounUmL in the I-jUHl Calgary Ijraucii. During liis itay in Macleod, Mr. Lt'iitlii-r has iiiuli" many friends'who will lie very sorry to see him.leave, Ho will leave lor l.'Jlgarv iiei't Saturday, Ur. MillMirn itnd family who for Uie past two months have been visiting their old home in Peter born, return- i-d this week after having a very en- joyable- trip. The first meeting of the Young Peo- ple's Club of the Knglish church Was held in the Parish Mall on Fnilnv ev- ening whim the officers for the com- ing year were elected and other busi- 01 organization was transacted. [Vftf> ValTfM 3t Statistics Show Bumper UUp YdlUCa ai IWeiVej j. u fC'dntiniicd from front Crop pro tem, submitted st show lug mere have beau approxlmai uuo bualieis of grain mifj'rl in South- ern AIDorta this season and that th i.l statement of the work done so ?r. also .a sttitomont- of the fin- "CHI atiijlinj, of the borti It is tlia nrttcu-ii doslle of the to 'no eion hcwid lepiesented at the tuimaj meeting. Iniurince I ho njtt r of linn msuianc'e was scuesed at some length, but it was ou.J t hotte to leave my action er foi the annual meptint By that "io it Is expected that. It. L. 1J P of SI will have plac n It is the intention of this .club to provide a reading room and place to spend the evenings during the wintev months for the young people of the town. The club has already a largo membership and its success is assur- ed. Georste Addison "1ms 'rented the "building; known as the Arcade Pool room near the station and has put in stock of tobacco and will run a barber shop in con- imder the man- agement of Mr. A. McGregor.' H. who is at present in PERFECTION COCOA Cqwu's seems to hit the right spot It is great food for husky young ath- letes tatisfies the appetite: euy to digest: and delicious tl ui luuiiutu iiir j jJL'ol room with a "a t which will he i price if, irom i> to 82 cants I yer bushel. Tins mules tne uiln of! the hardware .business in Vancouver, Southern VP 5rta ciop this who until last year was a citi- ;mimmt fo flSjQOOOG which all" .how visiting here. agreed was fm bette than j During his absence from this town pectedyome time ago and which ui has remarkable surely mark a now era of piosppnty ft will be remei ACADEMY NOTES OUR BOOSTERS WOE A HIT This City Got Good Ad- vertisement in Salt Lake News .llnsrath, Xov. ooostoiu made a great' Impiswalon In.! Halt Lake City, and ivs will never forget the spirit of true Western op- "mlsni that prevailed among them. They foprcseni'cd your wonderful pro- vince most ably. .Lethbridge is the most talked of city in Alberta through- out the Western States, and the eyes or American investors eagerly .turning towards Southern Alberta. Watch for an Influx of American cap- Hal and settlors next Thta statement was made to .your repre- sentative the other day by one of the biggest men of Salt Ijike City, N. G. stringham, secretary of the Beneficia'n Life Insurance Company of Utah, who is inspecting the company's- business, Here, and looking over the field with a view to investing corporation funds. Continuing, llr. Strlngham '.said: Alberta.looks good to me. We have been doing, business here now for the past three years; it. has Why the Suit We Make Has "Class." study your "or this country A Library of Statistic! in contraction with thesg stiitHltcs, ij. M. Hatch stated.that one of the very first things the publicity com- Bpards emb_ered that Mr. .felircy had charge' of the MaqJ leotl exhibit at the Dry Farming L'diir gress at Spokane last year, and to him is title much credit from the suc- cessful showing Maclt'od ir-tide at. that ot Introduced in tlie House until ill iis been diseased hi the Associated I0 (Joaidt, of l.adojll lull msellng. The I., ml will form the basis of discussion t tl.'j meeling Railway Kick V .Molmcu, of Ciaresliolm, introduc- ed a motion it the executive meeting, the Dominion government h" listed o consist' the rente ot not' V R fiom Calgary to' Macleod. 11 present route touches Ha town of Rnei, and then par- ''Mis ihe 0 anil II to ilac'ieod, run- ing only mlfcs east of tho. 1 and r It would be ranch. be-Uor tho Ijnc weie to located savcra-l boot ind shoe manufacture establish a factor} in any tlie towns ol bonthern Albeit i me Board could refer-at .a moment's notice to tire statistics." at hand, and tell .him e.vacl.i how m ill} hides of different kinds are dm ing tne year, anil tell him aho.'how man: dollars' worth of boots and shoes past week have been very and threshing wn.s carritul on every (lay. Atiotit fifty per cent, of the crop in tlurdisti'ict is now threshed and if the silow, and rain keeps off the threshing season should close at the 'I'hej-IIallowy'en party on Friday light was very largely attended, and nil present, report an exception- ally good time. The Academy observed Thanksgii ing on Monday by adjourning, to M teachers and' students to enjoj the day as they saw fit. ranees Rasmussen, our elocution gave several readings at New Stir ing, on Monday evening-last, the oe- jthoroughly caslon" being the-- Presbyterian wild agef here. Bceadliy increased until today we have a fine splendid pros- pects for the future. The main object or my visit i's to invest some of the company's money. These Invest- ments will-be made in simper of real estate, mortgages and loans, 'etc. It IR a policy of the Beneficial Insur- personality ap- cut your clothes to suit 1 your particular re- quirements exactly. In addition we use fabrics of ".Special are made exclusively for merchant tailors'and which can be found ONLY in tailor-made clothes'.- RIDPATH CASH TAILOR Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. Negro Shot (Continued fiom front page) One Fellow' Disappeared ShilohsGum lctily itopj oujh.i, cnrcj tolj.. 23 repeated acts of violence in had secured refuge in one case ,t is sported that an Italian ance Company to aid In the building up of the communities in which they are operating-, and with'tbis. end in view we have decided to bring in con. Elderabte capital. 1 expect to be in tjanada for about, two weeks during which time I will go over the country with Mr. Wing, oiu man the Roma Hotel, after being taken out ind while being'escorted to the jail, nc suddenly concluded that he would ra hei tike his own chances at p o lection in flight, and. broke away from goos-e supper, uou Skonson, Asael Palmer, Leroj Mi Wing- will remain In charge of me company's interests in Canada Anderson, and several others, waE casually intimated that a tile Academy "on Tuesday, making building will be erected in rangemeiits for- registration. not far distant future in one of the A league will be formed S0ut'le'n n Southern Alberta towns contiguous :o Raymond, within the next few days.' Hie Academy expects to figure nrora- nentlyjn this league. fli is'sionary students will Aeyin to come in this week.-' In all, there win iqmething lik'a, thirty in -the class. Welcome, boys. which is the centre of their activities in this country Four Activities The new creamery is fast Hearing completion, aJid it is hoped tha-t th; Duilding' will be finished, and all the equipment installed by the middle-of the month. A full gang of men ai'a mray night and day, anil the work is end of this month. rain being hauled The info grade of town now .uithe, east, ttere- are Slates with the advantages of S utn 10 ft la-go satilements withoitt trans- j crn Aibc-ta, and alw to boost the 111 jjruuon facilitlea The Board of n Commit loneis will be of he complaint Cong] 9 A reprosentati1 t ap-jirom each Hoard of Trade :iri the or jgaima'iion should necompanj he spec Live Stock Quarantine IillUo i-i atintfow other ud litlnoi without remonn: or eKiraiKjr tnf U cltw Ike ImptrUIOilCcrapMiT, Enlarging Boiiiuiarics The council will hold their u'guliir. meeting in the council chamber. on ovpning, when it is cKpecteil that some very important hr upplicatibn. he made to tlie legislature at its coming session for an net cnliirgiiij Hie boundaries of the (own of Mac.'- Icocl. .This is inlended to take in all I ho sub-divisions 'nnd all lands not sub-divided, but which arc adjacent to (hi: (own. The following is list the lands jvhicii will be included Sections f! .-ji.ri 7, township 0, range Jli, West of ihi! Ith Meridian. .Section IS, 9, range 20, Wer.l of (lie dth Meridian. Part- of seel ion 1. totviiship n, range 20, not now included in town. Soillh half of section 2, township. 9, range ;Jfi. Paris of sections 13 and M, town- ship il, range not now included in town. The reason for making Ibis move is (bat il is (he opinion of the. council that while people owning properly in these sub-divisions now; only 'paj- school la.ves, the of town properly in these dislricis are pay nbvt'l, will be rendered, later; Krom a "Circular of the Gil Board of Education" (Salt Laky Oity >vc get the information that the Boar drawing the line more and more i ina standard of efficiency which th church schools ninst maintain. We rejoicw to know that th alter Day Sninv. schools will be sat Hied with nothing; short of the best. Following i-3 a list of schools maintained by Latter Day Sainis One teachers' college, two norma t-raining schools, twenty-two schools Of academic grade, and nine semln anes, besides a system .religions classes, which enter vitally into th' religions life of more than 500 Varda In tli'a church. 'I'he etndents effected a student-body organizntlon on Thursday, follows: president. Don skonson; first council ior, Laura second councillor Lorenzo Hatch; sergeant-at-arms, Wi'i inirn Johnson; athietic manager' Asaei Palnyar; cbeor innster, George J3rein- rtoli. This week over, one-third of the auemlc year hay become History. NOT SALTS, OIL OR. PILLS BUT CASCAHETS ing town las-cs also and arc Piijoyiiij io other advantages as they have'nei- ther water nor lichl. A loi .lying jiisi. over Ihe linn, in lv stib-tlivision, grl- tlnj lln> tame increment, and owing Is value In Ihe proximil-r of the Hie prospect of thcsr ie ulililios cvcnlUiilly nxtcndcd o it, should hear Hie same sliarc of ho linrilpii as ihe loi lyiiij- in. idt! Mm town limits. No Cddi how lick your Stomach; how hard your head aches or how Bil make you feel great Yon men and women who somehow can't get feeling have an daily headache, coated tongue, fell! taste and foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are billoun, and upset, bothered with a four disordered stomach, Mr have hack- ache and feel air worn ojit. Are you keeping.clean inside with or mc-rely forcing a pas- sageway every few days with soils, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is important. Cascarels work while yon sleep; cleanse and regulate the stomach, re move the so.ur, undigested and for heavy. a foimer resident Particulars or Jfagfath, but now located in Union, Oregon ned in town vssterdi} to close no his business affairs Mr. Haycock la well pleased-with his new home as Is.also his'fanilly. According to Mr. Haycock the climate is ideal, and almcyt every plant und'ar the sun, outside of can be snccess- lullv orodnced." It is a land of fruit and roses, but for vigorous nardy, climate and. wheat, Alberta takes tile laurels from Oregon. Our markets are of the best, produce being readily "disposed of. All the former ilagrath' people are doing well. Mr. fliorton Is in the photography and-real estate business. Mr. DaKpn has sold and removed to Salt Lake, where his son -is attending college: The Iftt ter has made good in Oregon, 'ami now counts his ojoney by thousands. Uylands and Co. have, opened up business here with Mrs. Jennie.Bar claj In charge It is the aim of the management to m'ake the store the mecca for the woll-drefj'ad man and Their stock will be complet- ed this week. The local-'musical enthusiasts who sttendedv Madam Nordica's concert ere completely bewitched by that adv's: marvellous voice and magnetic persoualits iie loi.d in then of Ml Win whom I A tasnuissen styled as 'suitable com- laiiioii for -Vordica. The new post oflicc block1 is, now imputed. The exterior and the office ixtnres will be put in this week. Wm. Jutchart is installing a modern hcat- ng system. J. K. Bradshaw lias returned from flying visit -io Salt Lake City, njiere K wila. is under Ihn care of a medical pecla'lisl. Hie poiice and so far is Is known Is still running Ihc police tned to leiapture him nut the had been such a stien nous one upon tliem tint the negro ontdlstiiiced them lust how it n ippened tint tlie e nejioes hud re is not known but the threats to shoot and the iotual shooting Onl} iened to deepen the anger of Uie ciond which aftei them ind "'lien pressed to clot's quarters-failed to DC of benefit to them. H is stiante that during all the eeltb distui banco that no fire ,ums boen exhibited b) the mineu Mio are earning on the Litacki, against the men who go to The o'roat bulk of .these men are English 'ud Cinulian with a Inge spilnklmj, ot women and childien few tor i-igneis ire seen In the crowds as spectators. Several of men wiio have au'b'je'ctcd to.'thase at- tacks have promised to work ui tlie agreement baa beeii completed and voted on by the Bev cirai Ai Allchel wlille no shoot ng has been repotted, theie matter of mentlng food foul gases, take the excess bile from the Hvyr and car- ry..out of (he oyEtem all 'the decom- posed ivnato matter and poison in the and bowels. A Cabaret lonight will slraiglitmi you out by 10 cent box Troin any (IriiR store will keep your entire family feeling good for Don't forget the children. love Cnscnrets Ijecniise ihoy never gripe or BRIDGE COLLAPSED ____. Atlhnrii, Cal., Xov, hod- 'H Imvi! liec-n recovorcd from Ilin wrcokiigi: of Uin Moiiutaiit (Jinircics Companies briilgc across the Ameri- can River, tlm rasl. spun of which eol- lapKnd I'ivc injured and ns thrrc worn tliirtv lirif'ge at (he iime of the dis- il is liclievpil thai still more casualitirs ill he discovered. victims of Uic accident, wtrc working liiilcr superstmcliirii luiilding caissons. The concrete pillars' gave way on occouni of, work" having hern on the bririgo Io prepare or Ilic winter rains, Ilie'Coiicrclc not be ing (ilinly set. was surrounded by a score of Slav wo- men, and was in danger of loosing his Hves and harr until rescued by the police Another man wis being taken to the rhi.i prepar tor} to a ducking 0} these but his superior skill ind strength made it possible to es cape before the rher was reached Extra Police; Chief Inspecto Colin Campbell ar rued in town on the midnight flyer and theie ate nou eight or ten pioMncnl consUblos fiom outside points here and It is expaeted rnrther outbreaks will be prampth cnecked. J he scales committee were at work at l''rank from Tuesday until yeetar- naj ifteinoon and idjourned to w it tonioriOB lust what proj, imi II.IF been made Is not known but the. net that the two aides'-are still'fit "o v it, en lence that an oil I- beini, made Io comply with I loinlsc to Hwi Robert Roint, ii at i se Uemont would be made tho huts latelj published That tne turbulence here, and1 elsewhere n is nol had the en to siop these negotiations is most fortunate Gunboats go Over to Rebels (Connnued from Front Page) ,L hinese lelegmnh operators hei eiu on strike todaj Cnblo not been moles ed Foreign marines nre guarding the cable hutg. it is Admiral Sah in In hfd ng in this city. uuing King in of Uflng Su fpl] At three oc.ock th'b irternoon AH is quiet theie The ih a trantj port second m lm ponance onh to Shanghai The pop illation is .about Unang Chow, the capital, of' the Drovincs of Cheklang, was taken by tne rebels ytutorday after a fcut hpnitcd resistance v eii a young man was loiind dead In the police cells at Ajl mer f Wnltei J Lai kins aged 2'l forraei i hottfj clerk at commite d suicide b> poison at Poatiac Jlich OF TAR I LIVER OIL: I I Syrup of TM Cures Coughs Mathicii s of Tar Cod J.ivcr Oil is x great 'I orm and not only scops a cough lint enables the system to throw it oft. Tlicre should lie a bottle of it in every huinc. Large, size hottle jjc. Sold everywhere. j. MATIIIUU CO., pisfribiltora for Western Clnadi LARON COMPANY, INC, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, ;