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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 10, What modern invention has done for the "Happy Thought' rll improves more things tfcan. It added to the HAPPY advantages and special features which ,did not -even dream of when 'our nrst stovo was made. 'The HAPPY TKOUGHJ1 has now reached a point where we fceHeve it can truthfully lay' it is immediately required. simple turn tiie fire brought under the rho'es on top; another turn and the heat is concentrated on the oven. Pyramidal Oven Plates by careful measurement add more than one-third to the heating capacity of oven. baking.'dualities of the HAPPY THOUGHT. But why "not -call and see the local HAPPY THOUGHT dealer, who will be priad to explain to rou its various features. Even it you do not in- to buy right away, exact knowledge of the HAPPY THOUGHT may give you some be far in advance of the ordinary range. In the first place There is the sderitificolly-proportioiieil fire- box which, has proved a saver of fuel. -The patented oven damper is for the purpose .of distributing the heat where Also they raise the-cooking vessel oK the flat sarface. they allow, the air to circulate under it, which adds immeasurably to your ability .to do 'features are'enough to; jive you sotne' idea or the eco- Tiomy, efficiency- and unusual The-William Buck Stove Company, Limited, mon-ey and much trouble later on vrtien the- siove--question. oomes up ,t'br consideration. .-'Perhaps you would be m-terefltect in a- copy of -our- illustrated booklet, which tells all about HAPPY- THOUGHT Rangss. Your name on a postal will'bring1 it promptly. GEO. H. LING AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE- BIG CROWD AT ANNUAL BANQUET (Continued from front forc.e of circumstances. For instance, the French were driven out pf Canada in order to maintain in the Am ericau colonies to the south, which'at that time weru British possessions, in the Dominion of Canada are an integral part of the Empire and are standing on the threshold of a great change. Hundreds -of thousands are coming here annually from Europe and it it is not out of. reason wexpect that Canada fill spine day have a population'hun Britain. The! same is true of Australia uud South Africa. The pioneers are the makers j of a country. Here in Lethbridge it I may be said that are all pioneers. all cannot be, great soldiers, sail- ors or 'but, metaphorically speaking, we can be the men behind the guns, and they win the battles. The members ot the S O.E. Society are native born Englishmen or sons oi such and it is their duty to niaic good British citizens of the foreign- j ers who are flocking into Canada. The toast to "The Dominion." _ drunk after singing the "Maple J. E. Murrell-Wright responded I The founders of the confederacy would, be amazed to see the progress tifet Canada, has made, in the short space I of forty-four years. The statement; [had bc-en made by a celebrated-man.j about the time the C.P.R. had comr menced road POPULATION OF THE WORLD (Flick) CLEBK- Actors "Trtxo nave played Bootfe. ajid Barrett, "wlio a Tvere so poor, you. Oldest Inhabitants, 56, Assorted liars. People Ttflio remember you you "were ;so lish' "Old 732. Damphools (all Fetrpie wio aiignt to 566 -CITIZENS OF LETH- BBUXSE -WHO CAN -SEE AT THE MA- JESTIC, TOMORROW (FRI- NIGHT, (See .Allen Players Ad.) TOTAL POPULATION, 157, Municipal Affairs in Fe-r- f nie Are Active i j Again Hou.seh.cld Economy Hew to Have the Best Cough Syrup and: Save by Making !t at Horns. Cough.medicines, as a rale.-contain a large quantity of plain syrup. Ii yon take two cups of 'granulated, su- gar, add one cup of warm, water, and [never, .pav its ax'.e grease. JThe Cuet .earnings .of last jyear would probably be sufficient to i srea-se the- wheels; oi that ceatlenjaa's j private car fxoirfchere to somewhere j else, and back again.. --The is bound "to becojhe a: potent'force-in'' [the destiny of the world as evidenced by our fortunes will be riraae in Canada, .-but l wjrt must be remembered that good character of the citizens is of- the most importance YHI the upbuilding of a blot on the charac- ter'oi an Englishman is a blot on the The lots in the townsite of Winnifre S. District Judge McCall dissolv- ed the injunction Issued 'by hira sev- eral days ago prohibiting the sale of Intoxicating liquors in 114 saloons of Alempihis, Tenn. read, also a petition0 and counter peti- tion re the closing of picture shows on sun-days. A mistake in" the levy for .school purposes was .discovered and ths school board, was present to ask for a -change In the rate to allow of a collection tor that purpose. The council asked.the school board to siib- mit an itemized statement of expen- ses and amounts.required for..the .year. The council recommended, that, E.. -B.. be authorized to complete his audit of. the. city books. A communication from the U. S. Fi- delity Co., asking for more frequent audits was received and filed. tn to Toronto, MINER KILLED Y A [if they win again this year will that: snould -be-'said. When the Daily with a silk ensign. {News'starts publication the combined R.. Dayidson also iev -yotds !pav_foll per'-VeeTc'-of the two Leth- rn 'response to the toast. h t, i-'. Raised 5500 papers TFIU pass the tnousantl toast to The S.O.E. Hall Co. so'the newspapers should .was replied to by L. Asquith. coas'idered as .one of the most im- auestfon'-briefly Av-cnt over of the Iportaht industries iu. the city. Mr. Buchanan said: "It is of; company since its formation and ex-[ The ores's is the nress mother-country plained the present, financial situa- !and-tiie papers n. 'Vn.TII-1 11 TlTi-LlI 1 fl' i _ Canada to assist th j, T r rr- T- u- iiflu. ucsb u; o. papeib aic in the defence of ihe empire either by r.tion. the banquet would ,British stvle_ Canadian papers should a money contribution or by forming a ;fce a gooa plac-e to increase toe capi- ,_ navy. I believe it is our duty to jvtalization of the company. 'have a navy, aEd regret to hear'.ot tie i On-c hundred shares were Ihat is being carried on in I quickly taken up, thus, disposing of j-soae places agaihst-; -it.It is to--'be'any financial difficulties -at present in hopc-d that A'iberta citizens are loyal; the construction oi the S.O.E. Hall. song; v-- singing; of .'.'Gp'd Save 'the and then Lang' Robt. song. ARRANGE FORM 'INDIAN SCHOOLS (Continued from front Jury Said Death Was Passburg Frank, Nov. cave-in of a part land will stand behind movement to assist in the protection of the' em- pire." The Canad'an children should "be taught to have more respect for thtj British fiasr. Across the line tne peo- ple cheer their Has: on every occasion. One of Kindred Societies -S. W. Tuckwcll proposed the toast to the do likewise.- sp-3och-makin_g was en- livened .W. and recitations after each'toast.- Those contributing to this part the were C. Gibson, -sons; S. O. E. G-lee Club jvicfcs [or improvements iuar- f__: conditions which provide- for improvement. Th.e contract also pro- which wn in 'existing .up t.o the" Caledonian Society. "The tors" tvas replied to Aid.' C. B. Bowman a-nd Mr. the best ways lo iusiiH pa-fson, of the Cowley Lodge. i into The.-foreigners would ,bej; The Daughters and. Maids ot A young American student of the piano, Lucinda Farrar of New Orleans committed suicide by gas in her rooms of the mine at Passburg ou "ave a :.Jackflcaiing over land were toasted heartily, and Pv. C. .and sung to tne cause of the death of a man school-house in Alberta..In clos- .Farris responded. '1 singing "The Minstrel -quar- tette, Messrs..Pearson, Dawson, Roth ic well and.Vallanw; T- Rothwcli, i a particular standard. JD. H.-Elton; Mel drum, sons; i Archbishop Ma a vote reading; A. E. Cox, of thanks to Mr, Olivet, for tiia op- portunity he had-glren-xhem for such i D.--.H, Elton composed by a free discussion .whole subject Eng- himself; called oi England of cctHcation" and'. ,._ tile j which bad' liberal in the Latin, quarter of Paris. She had been in bad health. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you of the large number of Sue hardy flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy en the prairie and 'will thrive there year after year, getting more "beautiful every year? b We can send you a selection of twelve, varieties, three years old, that all bloom-this coining summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, Spireas, Wiegelias, Syricgas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three years old. regular value 612.50. This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early perNclozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, E. C. named Ralpn Mesham. A.notlier mar Wr- paid a tribute to Anotner man tbc S_QX_ was {orm. UP to the- arm-pits one gravel, but escaped with a few ibr-aises ol An inquest was held at Frank yester- day, before Coroner Pinlcney. The jury returned a verdict of accidental deatn. Shearer, master mechanic and engineer Hewitt, of Lille, went out hunting this week, and came in yesterday with two stags. They were kwo tine specimens, having eight point norns. The hunters tracked jtnem for many miles in the snow and finally were rewarded for. their per- {severance at Race Horse 'Creek, near jtne Divide, about twelve miles north jot JLille. Owing to the slackness of .trade at the mines in Liile, "many people are j leaving to seek, work elsewhere, imine only worked :en days I 31 r. Mo-watt, .LP.. of Pincher j in town today: on business con- jnected with the Board of Trade Pass Association. his best employees. "Our Mayor Adams responded to "Our. -It was the first time he had the pleasure of addressing a S.O.E. tatjquiH. deemed it an honor to be a British subject and gave the Brit- ish blood in the old timer's reins the credit for the upbuilding of cridge. He himself, to quote an old saying, "was here when Big Chief Mountain was a hole in the ground." A Good Record The President. F. T. Robins', re- sponded to the toast "The Sons of England Society." He briefly review- ed the hisiorv of the socictv from the An Important Industry tune-0f "Sweet was warmly i different'churcnes witbTsuch an op applauded. The S.O.E. Glee Club jen acknowIedgemroV of their 'efforts to Mr. Buchanan responded to the sang Tery-wellr "The Ballot of j educate and uplift the--aborigines in t al toast on the list, "The Press. 'The press sometimes says things that people do not like, certainly leaves a good many- things unsaid by -Robert I the countrv. Archbishop -read by L. L. Asouith won j remark'? were concurred ia .W all and a good: round oi_ applause. j lhe general cs- up -at two a. [pression'-of time they organized in th-s llvrald Of- fice three1 rears ago to the present, time: -Last year the Pride of Aiber- ta Lodge won the silk.ilag for the greatest increase oi .membership, and IISTOIE RIG WHILE OWNERjCOT DRINK I i Frank, Xov. man named Jack j j of Lundbreck, while driving j through Passburg yesterday-, stopped j i Ill's tt-am and democrat outside the j 1'asKhtirg Motel, while he went in to j Shave a drink. He was in bar i perhaps twenty minutes, and when he 1 came out his team democrat had disappeared. lie at once notified the ill.X.W.M.P. at Frank, of his loss. jl-li> .valuable fur coa'b and otber valn- ables 'were in' the rig. The police got I on the sc-cnl at once and pretty soon located thr'team at Hillcrcst, "and it is thoiJpjht thai someone had driven tram ofi for a joke as every y, DID YOU KNOW That our Repsir Dept has a for executing the most reiiable repairs. Clocks are very un- certain in their action, this treather and guess at the time .quite a bit. -If you have a clock in 'your house suffering in that manner, let our Repair Department take it in hand and yoa may be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. Then again, if you have any article of jewelry that repairing, bring- it along and vre will be pleased to fix it for you. Charges moderate. E. A. EWERT Round St. Oliver Block AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER llth; 1910 at 11'.o'clock prompt SEC. 10-11-20, 1 MILE IRON SPBIXGS Instructed by the will sell: by public auction as above- 160 ACRES SPLENDID FARM LAND Being the S. W. 1-4 of Sec. ]0, Twp. 11; Range-. 20, one mile south of Iron Springs Post -Office. The whole of the quarter can be brofcen; ;s fenced and cross-fenced. The soil 33 of the best and SO acres are already broken. There-are two- good -wells on tbe property, one of v.-Jjich is equip- ped v.'ith a windmill and elevated tank, so til s; irrigation can be provided for part of the land. The buildings include a 4-voomed house-. 20x24; barn with loi't !Sx2S, will stable S head; smith shop, complete v.-irh forge and tools. The netv branch of the C. P. R. (Diamond City .to Medi- cine Hat) has been surveyed witliln a mile and' a" Quarter of the quarter section. r Tbe'tertns of payment will be'easy and Trill- be announced at the time oi' the sale.' There is a mortgage of with The Trusts Guaran- tee Co., repayable in 5 years. Interest .payable half yearly at S p.c. ALSO THE STOCK IMPLEMENTS AND FURNI- TURE. For fuller particulars see posters: I up to cash: over months' credit, bank- able paper; 5 per cent.'discount for ;