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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta L'J I'Yidiiy; Novomlx-i- 10, THE LETHBHIDGK DAILY ITERATE UE S LETHBRIDGE BARGAIN CENTRE Plain Vicuna Cloth Skirt and value Very Serviceable Venetian Cloth Skirt Regular and value Fine Tailored All-Wool Skirt Regular and value Fine Ladies' English Broadcloth .Coats Value certainly will pay you to investigate these few bargains v_ DOWNTIIEGDiiDOR .IT WILL DOWN YOU The danger of colds is too to need emphasizing. The value of Mathicu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver.Oil is greaf that its benefits cannot be over stated., 'Taken at the inception of a cold it cures immediately, and at all singes of the cold its results are satisfactory. The Tar has local curative power, the Cod Liver Oil ge- neral tonic value; combined they do the double duty, t-arge bottle 35 CentS. Al dealers. U'li-ii hcadnclie aiirl fcvt-r arc prcs'nt with a cold lake MiUliieu1.' Nerriuu Powders to reiltice Hie fever ami allay J. Uathleu Co., Sherlirooke, Quc. (P) Distributers fcr Canada, Folcy Bros., Larson Co. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Saskatoon STATION GARDENS A SUCCESS Albert Singclais was shot in the pad in-mistake for a partridge, in !in woods of Monlmoreney County. lahy Agents Planted Seeds. Sent Them and Drew Cash The its station rounds has now become a fixed habit with the Canadian Pacific Hallway Company. For twenty years the big road has taken tlio trouble'-to incul- cate into thff minds of. its employees the fact that neatness of surroundings was deir.antled. The coHHxtny took a special way of driving tltte fact home, for it sent jach of the station agents a little pac- :c[ of garden seeds, some ami formal request that they Tiift idea took root, .and today nore than fFvo hundred garden'spois (he gtteat highway over which the iron horse riina, are models of not only ii-eatiiess, but of beauty as 'well. In UHi mere than packages or aeeds. nnd half a million bulbs were distributed to employees, and tooncoiiriigc-fhG men, cash prizes for "beat gnrd-eii" results were given. 7., in D, 0., Portage' la dollars was given out In prizes rang- ing from to This IB a.wiw kind of commeTCialism, bestowing nteasure as well as cash honors for gardening, the happiest results are shown In tho neat and attra depots, cf this company upon which the sim of prosperity shines. C. P. R. alone of ail Can- adian .railways -havo adopted this as thcUc side of business, and so woll lias the venture panned thai the company has made a regular depart- ment, at headquarters, whore a rog'i staff promote tins particnla work of developing taste in raihvn building. WINSOME GIRL WHO REALLY GAVE UP FORTUNE FOR Isabella; Kocnig ,a twenty :jears. gave winsome r.i o a fortune est mated to worth about -lovo-; of a young man sliD mn on her way from tor home Ji Cierinnny. to join an ami who hai sclccf.ed NET aa heireis. The aunt, Mrs. Geonie J-JIslierR, ir, a liosspm-t, niierbrooko :uid Woodstock 1wealtlly withou! children, The best part of the day u (lie evening, when the whole family is galnercd togelhcf around llic lamp. 1 lie old of Emoky fir-rplacc and (liclrrnng canjlo arc gons forever. JA their place have comotlic convenient nil sinvc and llic indifpcniable Lnmp. There uc lo.cJny, tit the United States alone, more limn ol these Kayo limpa, {liar, clear, white light lo mom tlun Other lamps cost more, lint cnnr.ot a Itcllc.' than ihe low-priced Riyo it become so popular we nuy filmoit ctll it "the official Ump of The Riiyo iamadfl of totid wftli IjandtomeiiiclccI ornament anywhere. Ail yoaf for Rayo brao; or wriie fcr circular to Afteacy oi The Imperial OH Company, Limited (ill carried off honors, fiftooii hnndred'KidfnS ncar "ILIK owns several farnis inul landed Inter Icsts. She is seventy yours old, am (lias selected lior favorite nulce, tho houugest (laughter of her sister, liv jing ivsar Hanover, Ciermaiiy, the heir- less to her'estate, und arningemonts were made for the to come oyoi and make her homo with her wealthy relatives and iracomo ncauiiintod with (lie estate of whinli she would become on the death of her aunt. At Hremen the yoimg lieir-ess mot, iiul Tdl In lova with Wcndon Phillips, whoso home is in Los Angeles, and who is employed in the real estate j office of his father.- Phillips was re- (liminiK from vacation Irip.-.-nul had pjigajved pnsnso on stenmship j bound for Galveston. H ap- j pen rod to be love aJ first for I both tiio lovers. j Upon reaching hore. it was foiuul I Hint the mini s-crioualy ohjsctuil to (he [nmrriflpfl, Tho neieo ami hnr ftanto vlbltofl tlio afiod lady and had a long i Interview, but slio declared she V- 9 [disown the prirl and cut. her off ;cut a cent in hnr if Ehf, marrlvul within five years, so the heiress math' M'tm sacrifice and the coromony was performed; hut tlio aunt did mil ;'.t- and (he r.'.nviy wedded couple iuf.ili (heir dopnrturo for ".'jillfornin, nillimit nuofvlnc her PLamp COUNCIL OF THE BOARD OF TRADE DISCUSS TOPIC or GREAT IMPORTANCE Only Three Tiirntul tip Adjourned Week Watli., Nov. luiUyrint'ar; incrca.'iril [iroilttetion, transportation aittl market problems, m-dii-ccllnn of the rural school and subjects will IM diseussuil by men and women [armors, governors, Only three members or llw Uoanl j f'lilors, educators am! 0I re- of Trude council turned up at last nlsnt'B mooting, und President Hatch mis compelled to adjourn It until next week. Gotch and oilier counter at- Irac-tioiiH claimed thy attention of the members, who were ari on hand to sen Ihq big fellow jilny his op- IJonents.oii the unit. Two communications of Inteivsl '.vero in the hands of the fieeretary to lie placed before the meeting. They were letters of to Hie board from Oeo. 0. Anderson, a former ami much esteemed resident or Lethbridgo cogniwd ability at Hie first annual National Country 'Life Congress in Spokane, November 23 to- 211. Then: also will he a scries of practical de- monstrations in the stale armory to slum' (he progress made in various lines id agricultural endeavor. Governor May of Washington will l-reside at the opening sessions, when state executives and members oi na- tional and slate legislative bodies will have charge of the program, who mot the at Among the Ciov- FUR COATS You should my litio'of Overcoats be- fore Inlying A Jarge shipment: jnsl to hand in curl and q nil tod lined, .with, beaver, inannol; niul Persian ininl) I up. From BUCHAN'S MEN'S BRYAfo BLOCK. FIFTH ST. NEXT TO EUREKA THEATRE. Denver, and was in mi- IcrUiining tlie deloga'icK on their way jln Uie JJry Farming Congress jjtst. month, and one from the Salt Lakw City Commercial Club, which also en- tertained the delegates at luncheon nn JHOVV i their return trip. Tho letters appear below: .1. L. Manwaring. secretary Lcthbridge Board of Trade; Dear in receipt of your letter of 31at ultimo, conveying tha thanks of Hoard of Trade to mo for the services was fortunately abio to render UKSIII on their brief visit to Dcmvcr. ernor Oswald West of Oregon, Cov- eruor -James II. Hawlcy, of Governor ttdwin L. N'orris, of Jlon-' ami Governor Jtidson Ohio. PRINCESS GOT HER. IRISH NAME CLOSING SCENES AT THE SYNOD linrn, appealed, to liy an greatly appreciate this kind recog- nition, and I would ask you to convov her name r.i a fn iljo; members my assurance of the fcnow srsaL pleasure it affords me to render thorn any service, collectively and in- dividually. I only regret that -their time was limited and that my own business prevented me further mingl- ing with them in Colorado Springs. When they come again, will they kindly arrange for a longer visit in the "City of and kindly ask t.htjm.U) get that Kilted Band to learn 'The Barren Roc'Scs of Ad'en." With kindest Ttsgards in all. Yours Sincerely, QKORGB u. AND! l C-alKary, Nov. Pretty Story of Green Isle in Life cf amiounfremcnfi that three'church- Princess Patricia of Connaught its, Presbyterian; unit Methodists, were a uniSi of London, Nov. Patricin. j miaous ot-Hoiuc kind in Lor sister, Crown' Md> f'f at Stockholm biiune-- her flitter and mother, tlie sud ublrig ot tiltj Millions of Folks Use Duly They Never Hive Headache, Blliout- ncss, Sluggish Liver or Bowels or a Sick, Sour Stomach who Puehess of ConimugliUn CnDsJa. gof. i i'Mtcrduy. which i No odds now bad your1 liver, stom- :lii or bowels; Jiow much your bead 'BcheF, how miserable and1 tmcomfort- you from constipation, iridl- "i.isestton sluggish in- ;hu lUwuys get the. desired. results with OiuicaretB and quickly1, too. Don'f l'et atomach., liver and towardis the clos.c pf 'day mat Bishop Pinkham .muds rjoment. ptlt !ln end uj LJJC Her fai'aer got liia second, Pat to tllc oi.ikt Mar- 'ijiUousnesB, 'diiizfnesli' rick, becjtuso Queen Vlcwria. whew in-iHonu, who wcra gr.iniug sick, sourf sfouinch Ireland a. short bof-jre lie wta J ihrcujihoui Southern Mo re- .and all other Vour ih- all 'tho. poison, L. llii'n waring, Hiacretary Lelhbrulge Board of Trade: Den r Sir: President Joy H. Johu- son directed me 'to hanks receipt of. your hind letter October tilst. Officers a.n.d membevs if tlio Commercial Club osteemed it. a )feasnrc as .well, as an honor lo be ble to co-operate with other 'her eyes aciauced by luiyiijg i whidl r'ro large for one rar.n. At deen put in w'Jiit. is Unoivn aa "lire l'refcllc aoino of live parishes have inky to notable in Iron.1 to ninr statioisfi and ties, hiitj f'.-eciiiently been commeuted j niisjiiontiry in clir.rge pavv if Salt Lake former i at Janatiu, In extending to -your warty a small courtesies which we were ble show. With kind-oat perspnal regaidtv, I emain.. t Very truly yours, JOS1S1JH E. npon. The PnncBHB has nicel.ved fje.vern) offers of, marriage; but they wero from foreign princtiH, iatid far Him lias shown no wish leave licjv native country. Like ".Iicr she is Her known, and only once :l monlh. Archdeacon Civav the nounccmfnt ahont thti co-fijiefation of druggists sell CasttiretK. Dor.'t I'orgot tho child- Uiolr'.Utlle need a goo'ci, (iantle. cleauslng1, too. ONK CENT SALARY FOR MR. HAGGA Fred Cook, hi Edmonton Jour-. in an nrUc'.ij explaining the post-' dflvotftt] to "the simple taste, for painting is sh'e oltovi shown spccVmyns ol: her art a- London and otter i For miUlnery she has tiulto a pen- j Proposal. Ktruction in They work shoulder ;p shoulder to secure mastorshlpB jji.visn several mem berk the approval of thr, governmnnl. In j t-oinpeil-jd to 'tecign to make way for the clergy shnuld that tho revenue t ,jn lavor of the chant, and trimming hats, she) cr-'n mairc' very attracnve for! ball f.roc'ffs.' The ilaki.v wrsatlis won MR. FOy TO RUN Toronto. Nov. deputation Ontario Conservatives toil.i vited lion. .1. -1. Foy to a cai .'date in that, constituency instca Toronto, which he now rt resents. 51r. Foy reserved his ilcci oil, but will probably accept. The Happy Medium in Temperature Xeithc'' too hot or too cold, and always reliable. This is llin important fea- ture jf the all-important prob- lem, of healing the liome in winter. Wo thhik wo have solved it in our Gurney-Ox- ford It saves coal, time and temper, and (his triple economy is shown in the fire-box construction, which keeps lite firo burning just ami takes ALL the heat out of the coals. Then, won HOT WATER is (he only heating apparatus that in fitted with tlie iilnple. With this joint tl-e boiler will run for years with- out d cent hoing epenf, on ro- palm, Imcousu IT CAN'T LEAK. These and itinny other points mnlte f.he Gurney-Ox- Cord System the ideal system. Write for free book and in- formation. We also carry In stock a complete fine of plumbing material. METALS, LTD., Calgary. Edmonton. LETHOR1DGE, by the bridesmaids at wedding of j UUUU -ft Ull ftL.llJ Jiv3r sist-BT Daisy the' Crown PriViess (of Sweden, at Wii'.dsarF.wure put to gelher by the Va-lsy's clever tlngera. GREATl USSED Whitla News Tho Allicrln Sunday School Con- vention, over two hundred strong, is in si'ssion at Mlnionton, enthusiastic workers lieing piesenL from all over i-hc "province. There are two absent, hmvovcr, wlio haven't missed ;x con-- cntion since the was Whitla, Nov. Walsli, repre- senting a Medicine Co., was in Whit- la on tlie Sth. C. Ash Ion, who has been sick for and Afrs.. Walluf, Jbr- somc t.Jmc, left .for his home in to spend the winter. All On-1 of his Their a'oscnce is duo to the serious wish for nn enloyable Unie illness of Mrs. Jordan with typhoid and speedy recovery. fever, anil that they are missed was Miss Richardson spent evidenced by the following telegram Thanksgiving with her parents in received by Mr. .Jordan this morn- IVhltla. S. S. Richardson and family have moved in town for the winter. R. A. Cherry left The 31st for his of Cnve P. 0. is; 532 a year, while tho aUarj- is He snys: i "ft will be an interesting mathemat- ical calculation to figure out what Jleaera. Cordon, Taylor ant! are respectively eulitletl: to i.n the of a. salary for a day's" aeryloe ill the jiostal service of Ca- nada. George uerhaus by reason of his seniority, gets tii-3 cream, while George, Gordon conies next. Dr. Daniel and Mr. Ilageart fire also in the but somewhat behind. It is an easy calculation that for one .day's service Uj an office ionic, in Cormorant, ;uid lo stay all winter. Sirs. A. F. fJohcrty is leaving for mS "The Icnlli Annual Alberta Sunday School .Convention jn session express- Montana, where she will visit bister. C. 0. McMullcn, representing Camp- ill, Wilson Home, of Letiibriugc, vas in town on the 7th. Alex .Asliton made a trip to Seven 'ersohs on business last week. Nils Orunnett, who has been work- ng in Medicine Mat for the suni- ici, returned to Whilla last week. Miss Tuherbier, of Medicine I la visifing at her home here. its regret, at the unavoidahle ab- sence of Mrs. Jordan and yourself and hopes thai your good wifo will hn strengthened and comforter! in her her illness ami will snon regain hcrjisunl good health, li Thcssalonians "II. F. ICENNV, Gen. Seoy." iN'cftiiles.s lo -say, the thoughtful imissage was much and was appropriately acknowledged. V1INING VILLAGE. TOO BUSY TO GET MAIL Hamilton City Council have voted Lo niiike the city a partner, instead of a more customer of the Hydro-Elecfrie Commission. KNIGHT The wonder-working.paste in the big can. In fact, "Black Knight" is the biggest can of good stove polish on the market Just a few rubs brings the shine. Fine for pipes, grates and iron work as well as If your dealer does iiot carrv "Black Knight" Stove Polish, send us his nnmc and joe. and we will send a full size tin by return mail. TIE F. F, DAI LEY CO., UBJI "a in 1" Slice rbiUb. BRph Barney, postmaster of Irons-' a village of 700 inhabitants, in hio. has closed his office, iic e had not sold a single slamp in five nor received any incomiiiK or outHoiiig mail. The explain Uint they have no friends to write to nnd that, they don't receive any mall. There has not boon an idle man in j Jronnnort flince IStflft. The mines ;iro i riming full time, and every miner In; town owns Ms own j, Three weeks tho eivMrc- police i' department WJIK dismisKod. The Chief; of Police declares that not one arrest j lias been madt? within (ho last six j months, and that it Is a waste of ihr i Inxpnyera' money to keep nn a A roc cut. census shmvrd that tho population is rnmi-osod of Irish- men, one Welshman and Fffiy-iwo ironsporl has yet to have its first 'asile of Kcniidal.' PHONE 452 for the raised in Alberta A. DELANY Hill Block ;