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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 1 1, 101.1.'.' TTTF! LETirnrrmOR DAIf.Y TfFRAT.n F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to annouuce that they have removed from their former 1 offices in the Kean Block to their r new suite of offices the n Balmoral Block ir We liavo for sale tlirco in-one of (.lie choicest Sulj'divisioiis in Calvary at to per lot. Terms, .1-4 cash; balance 6, and 24 months. R. V GIBBONS CO ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE; LOANS. SHERLOCK 5 rooniod c-olilui.u'c on 3rd Avo. ]Srortli, in splendid shape. Price ctish, bnl. per niontli. The owner is forced to sell at thfe extremely low figure as he is leaving toivn. North LethbriJge Realty Co. LETHBRIDGE WAS GIVEN PRAISE Best S. S. District in Al- Men Shi ne The delegates io ll.o Provincial gun. 'lay School Convention at Edmonton Have returned, and .report a. verv pleasant and proritablo gathering. 'I'lio Association hud an offleinl .re- Port of the proceedings (alien by KCT. W. illcD. Tim. -Of and enter- prise was iibowii in Hie fact that It "'as printed and In the dulCBatca' linnds on Friday nlgit oro they left lor. their 'homes. CHUHO of ttio Sumliiy Hchool work by inking.out a lite lucmborBlilp. Too much cannot said of the and loyalty of AIT; In his cmwclty of president of ttio l-cllibrldge dtstrict alaco tho district's inception five yearn ago. A great soiiroe of help 'to any orgfin- zntlou is through Uio medium of pub- licity. Wo believe, in vigorous use of Ink, and in this regard VG-HWplouwd to say that our district of eight [iiibltBhcd month- proven a groat aid fn deccmin- atlng calculated to further the intoreits of orgnn.zutloii. Tho Is now nearly a yoar old, having 'issued its- eleventh number; this wcoki The many tokens of appreciation heard from all over the district fully warrant us, think, hi continiti the publlcalloirfor another year. j The division of tlio district, whore- by the new districts of Warner and Ta- >ur have been created, lias reduced the territory considerably, and will re- sult in much'toss mileage to travel- POPULATION OF WESTERN TOWNS LethforfdKe figures finite Jiromln-ent- Iy In tho report, containing a paper by Mr. John Torrance. superintendent of Westminster Scliopl, and one by .Mr. .Jordan. ed in visiting the schools, yet not- withstanding the fact that we lose 200 itjmire' miles of territory, we still ceetl 100 arjuare mfras. The territory i'emalhing will result in more con- centrated effort, and as a result the efforts along progressive Mires should Lie; vory marked. There soems to by a general desire in the report of the commlsslouere i throughout -the .district for better Luthrmdee district Is handed the fal- lowing compliment; "Of all qiir districts, Lotlibrldge dono the most effective vfyrK during the yuar. School visitation has been faithfully, twent schools worn visited by the exncutive. They have published tho 'District. Vis- an uhcel. of which one 'thousand- copies were sent out each month, without trlct, advertisements paid the entire- cost. Lethbridxu th-...... nas now been divided, cutting off l.'ne territory that will now comprise Die new Ta- ber and Warner districts." Apparently the secretary was the only one sending a satisfac- tory report. It Is published with the following comment: Owing to the serious illness of Mrb Jordan, it was not. possible for Mr Walter Jordan, recording secretary o .he Provincial Sunday School Assort, tfon, to be present, and It. was moved by H. F. Kenny, g-anoral secretary, anc loconded by G-30. S. DIngI-3, chairman if commission, that a resolution .of j 8ret at the absence of-Mr. Walter Jor dan, recording 'secretary, and 3 he passed, and forwarder! to Mr. and lira. Jordan.. "Mr. Kenny Ij'then read report of the Lain bridge District Sunday School Association 't regarding it as a model report. AVe print" it for the .benefit of the dis- i( j tricts who will he sending reports to '_Jj next year's Money To Loan On improved farm lands and city property. SNAPS t 1J 023 (poutts, :7 room fully modern, ca-dli, bulancc Io Htiit. '2 lots BIk. 26. Duff, fjioins: on WeaLminstGr Road, S425 -e'acli. 1 lot, BIk. .1., cash, balance ?20 per month. Kotir lots (corner) on London Road, c-ash. THE.C. B. BOWMAN'AGENCY Acadia Block. Phone 1325. F. E. Shantr. Angus Shantz ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. 1 rniky from SUrling; crop payment. I of Warner; crop payment 10 ROOM NEW MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT OR will' on farm lands. II 1-2 ACRES B. C. FRUIT city ot will exchange for. city property. t LIST YOUR PROPERTY W.ITH have biiyers. 5 ROOMED furnace; on two lots with stable, on 13th St. Report of Secretary The LethbrWge District of tlKJ.Al berra Sunday School Association pre- sents its annual report as The year just closed has proven -to one of very marked progress' all along and 'f 1012 show ns proportionnte an-increase as 1911 hns done, the Sunday School work of the Lethbridge district will .have at-, lained an advanced step, .Wo are pleased to report an, ment of G9 schools, an. increas'a of 20, or ahont -5 per cent... A great deal ol! this increase is, we feel, owing to .a large degree to the results of visita- tion, which has been Wffll looked after flaring; the past season. Over twenty trips' 'to as many different schools been made, in some cases nalf- a-dox-en schools liavo been gathered together at one point for the purpose. other things that have be-an greatly helped through visitations is j the dovoloptncnt of the departments, Every department r n made n sub siantial increase. P u tuMilarly tin work, and we trust that it will result In the accomplishini; of a-giuat of good fn winning' Alfcsrta for Christ of which is respectfully submit- ted, WALTER .JORDAN', Soe.-Treas. The officers elected were: Hon. Presidents Lt.-Gov. lion. G. il. V. Dulyea, Ed- monton. Hun. M Ctishinjr, Calgary J. D. Hinginhotham, l.ethhridyc. A. Ward, Calgary. Ryi'. F. W; PaUerspn, Edmonton, Rp.v. C. H. Heustes, lied Deer. Rev. A. C. Farrcll. jV. Butchart, Edmonton. Edward E. Mlchewr, Red Door. Provincial President Gep. S. Dinglo, Calgary. .Provincial VIce-Presidents H. J. Robinson, Edmonton. H, N. Stephens, Vermiliion. D. il. Stuart, Meapolis. John MacVicar, K-ed Doer. C. A. Gaunt, Edmonton. Itecordin'g Secretary Walter Jor- dan, L-ethbridge, Treasurer-rA. B..CushIng, Fi.A., Cal- Figures For Provinces ol Alberta and British Columbia Ottawa, Nov. Tho census bur- eau has Issued another tM'lletln of towns and villages In Western Can- Tho figures' for Alberta and British Columbia are it follows: Calgary........ Letb bridge....... Stratlmona....... Cardston C'iarosholm....... Dayslnnd...... Port Snsliatch'ewan (J ran utii......... Jimisfall......... Ledtic......... Macleod.......... Xuirton Olds...... JJonoka.......... Ited Deer........ Stettler 'J'aber........... Walnwrlght....... I'-dmonton........ Medicine Hat..... Wctashiwln....... Camruse Castor........... Col'aman.......... Didsbury Gleichen High Hiver ..-____ Irvine.......... Lacomlte Okotoka. Airdrir......... Athabasca Landing Alix.......... Acme Ulackfalds Blalrmore........ Bowdfii.......... 5-1B son 349 7Si 250 601 558 817 641 The Alberta SACRIFICE 320 Irrigated land, 5 miles from Lethbrldtn acre. BALMQBAL BLOCK, PHONE 1245. LETHBRIDSE. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, .C.V.O., LL.P., O.C.L., PREWBINT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENOIAL CAPITAL REST.- TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to carry money when travelling. They are everywhere, self-identifying, and the exact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque.' cheques are issued in denominations of and AiM and may be obtained on application at the Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The'CanidUn Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to w which will sent free to anyone applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Noursc. Britlih Columbia Cumberland Prince Rupert, 7g8 Alberni.............t< Fernie Fort Steal........... N'elson (eicIUBive of suburbs) Hossland.............. l.Gfiit I Cmnbrook.......; Trail.. 730 583 I New Michel 372 995 514 27C 2.865 'i.S9 602 Old Michel............. s Ilevelstoke Naksun 347 l-olden Hosmer.....'. 154 Esquimau-.' Advisory Committees Elemenlary Jlrs. F. Cf. Mai-wood, Calgary. Pearson, B. A., Red Deer, Superintendent. j JV. C. JiacLean, B, A., Jalgary, Superintendent. J. MacLean Cal Teacher Rev. C. P. Hoi- man, M. A., AVetaskiwin, Superintend- ent.- J. A. Ayearst, Ed- monton. Superintendent. B. S. Bishop Mac- eod, Superintendent. Commissipners A. B. Gushing H.A., J. B: Paterson, B.A.. T. B. Moffat. A. C. Kawcombs, Ernest W. Owens, .1. D. Buchanan, A. Scott. BIi.D. 48C 270 215 Urndorhelm 232 Barons................ 75 How Island............. ilrooks............ UlirstalTa- Cayley CochTa ne.......... Cowiey............ Crossf iold Carmangny........, Kniwistle.......... 1'Jrskine J.. Frank Ferintosh........... Grouard Pinchcr Creisk........ Raymond 177 N'an'aimo.............. 8.30S 2G7 S.'OyBter 181 I Now Westminster 81.M4 150 j stovBtori.........C 167 Ohfiliwack 17S 270 Urand Porks........ 1.57T Phcanlx................ Kndcrby .83C Armstrong.........'.....' 810 Removed to Suite 207 Sherlock Block Take the elevator W.R.DOBBIN Agent for Avery Git eV SMam Plowing Englnee. Kamloops Kolowna Vernon Vancouver 1 North Vancouver Soirth Vancouver Point Grey J.Slfi COAL FIELDS GO TO POLITICIANS Stalbert Stony Plain TWO MILLIONS FOR DEFENCE mmsnse Sum Collected by labor for F. of L. Annual Meeting Atlanta, Ga., Nov. an at- j Vermillion (ladsby Hardtsty Holden Islay Jnnisfroe Killam Lavery Lille Llo.vdniinst'. Hugh Armstrong, Manitoba, Syndicate to Exploit Brazeau Fields Winnipeg, Nov. V. Rive and fl. McLennan have just returned to from a five weeks1 trip to j Diulance of aboui five hundred dele ntes the convention ot the American i'edflratiuii of Labor opened this morn- ling -it contention hill itinf, the Hboi men ot f rent 1 iltiln is fil of the adult bible c vss llnouijh theuGInaj G Me srs S C II untiring efforts, of the Departmant Su- jKobcrts, M. P., -and .Tamos Grinier, perintendeut, Mr. T, S. Mackenzi a [latter member of the British labor I" Tanner. The Canadian Spirit i Saskatoon Phoenix.) A Western Ubera! farmer, who ad- Ivesscd a number of gatherings in lir; general election said, over and ov-1 _ sain, (bat if the prosperity of Cn-i was at St. demanded that Western far-! lp .ton years In penitentiary shoiiia sell his: grain at a pocket picking at .Port Stanley in of from txvo to cents on ov- j August. the 'Westerner was ready i .Br.intfprtl vvill Itavu a new school, ll'o'r'thc sacrlfico. He did not think to -cost Kreat stimulus in adult bible class i work 'has resulted. A large number of tlie district schools have now an 01 department. The increase In the elementary ainl advanced grades departments is also .ery marked, pniliamtntu committee Clocking, of Toronto, represented Can- ada as a fraternal delegate.. ad- dress of the president, Mr. Samuel Gompers, dealt at 1-angih with the movement during the past year, itrongly criticising the treatment that Mountain View MamiUe Mundare Kdmonton New Norway Red Clinton i-'j-nliold rincher Cltv Provnst....... llyloy inuinmi, us, criticising tlie treatment that that sacrifice was Jjecessary; hut tho I ;llso lhc :11Hl JHssionary cie- ]lamied out to J. J. JIcNama- Hcdcllffe spirit of that man urns just a fair piKin- Thw Teachers Training secretary of the -otructural work- Stafford. Jilc of the attitufe of tho Western On- Kepartmciit has also done well durilir iers. Mr. Gompcrs declared that IIR Stavvtly would. SLromo TSN'T .there a floor or other woodwoi'k about your house that would look lots better if freshened up with a little good paint? You could doubt job rountlf with M-L ftittt- in a waf you'd be proud of, cott few 4imet. For flvery ceol'i worth of paint you'll ffet dolUr'f worth of if yea ire to f el M-L (M.plc Ijtl) Piiil. for the floors (et M-l, Floor Ptinl." M clcir iMfl. litttc great doal of enrraspondonce. many nindreds of letters having been '.'n hy liie and oihors in the ;iirsuit of (ho work. Tho financial, end of the work has .'ot sufrrrcd. which will be seon'hy lie report, of tlra treasurer. One Help- sourcn of revenue is the'receipts lorn .'ind Honorary Memberships ;ikcn up ihi? year. AW are pleased ,c report that our.enthusiastic and eh- -rj-etir hrosldoni. Mr. .1. D. HlBln- KECOMMENDiU AND SOLO DV LATjMER t. HART, t-ETHEplDGR.. Imtinm, has stlH further advanced the t. fnftyfcirn tut It for ill SnIJ i. Wilt Colon. ced etilioti it f t. ail? with M-L TOT the sclloo! (the Westmii'.- ivas convinced that JIcNamara was Stirling; slei- having no 'less tluiii innocent of the charges laid against Scdirewlclt writing on 'examinations wiih !nlm alul tlwt organized labor a vlow to .srattethis school lo tne "mit This sclloo! has also boon ins'.nunoiit- j Ti frefatiie S5eecret'irv of the al in what I Fronk showotf oilier school in the province hns done, ;thllt Of the federation toi achieved the distinction of Mrrj-.'ng Ijoij been -and the ex- out tlK! motto of tlie Sunday Sihoni jjicndltures tho balance on Assoeiatlon: "All the ChuiiOi .In f.K'j jhiind on Sentcnilicr 30th, W1I, was School." 'Jiie same srhool also thn record Hall-y llnv -During tho twelve months 326 char- for the distri-.1. R-K boihi lo and international tnl local trade and leclcriil unions had heoii infilled. During the year there were ntrikes in which working peo- ple ware involved. Tho total coat of "lit on that date "tl.v. The Temperance department is-ah- 1 iher that bus mule ijuilo'a Minber of sch tois. "nave out hilrters for the AlV.'ta Sunday j which was which' with 'ehool Temperance i by local unions to the "Roll Call" for their wall 'Olhor unions makes the grand total of expended to support The of thy year has entailed striltei-3. The membership of the federation !s against In 1910. There -are now labcln and 10 wirds issued by tho organizations which have beon endorsed by the federation. Tl.e expense of getting out the AmericBli Federationallst. (lie monthly official organ of the A. K. of L. was The receipts from thin source were only Tho to'.al amounts received from ill sources fqr the defence of tbo np to dfite Is which came' from all .parts of Anvar- eautec) by the accu- mulation of matter impuritiei within the body. 327 2S7 HO 131 SOI! S3 430 505 588 825'the city 213 the Bimeau coal fields ia Western 3fi1 lAJberta. Thwse gentlemen went into 111 j the coal fields via the Grand Trunk Pacific to Edmonton and from Ed- monton they went by rail to Prairie 197 Ureek. Here they took a pack train :I27 consisting of twelve horses and five men and went down the McLeod RIv- j99 er -to the North Braxeau. They con- 15J) i tinned on their way to the coal pro- ISSlperti'as of the British Cpl'lierics Ltd. Rice a.thorough examina- 3SS j tion of tills property ami he reports it 89 as a favorable proposition. 152 Mr. Mcljennan also has secured 152 I about 8000 acres of coal lands adjoin- 40-1 :ine this valuable properly. Ha was fij acting for a syndicate of 304 financiers, at the head of which is j Hon. Hugh Armstrong, M.P.P. The