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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT CMC ttTHBRIOQE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1C, f y I BEST BRITISH BUILT PLOWING TRACTOR SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR CANADA AND MANUFACTURD BY MARSHALL, SONS CO., LTD., GAINSBOROUGH, ENGLAND f I I T t T i i T m Earl Grey's Tribute To a Great Pioneer Winnipeg, Nov. That Earl_.Grey has a. great man's 'instinct fo ness was impressively, aiid beautifully exemplified the other day in Winnipeg by an act whose grace and approp- riateness will appeal to all Cana- dian hearts. On his recent return journey from Great Britain, His Excellency' found time .to read "The Life of James Ro- bertson, by Charles W. GOR don Ralph and; was pro- 25 Horse, Four Cylinder CANADIAN PLOWING TRACTOR, Capable of developing 60 to 70 Brake KP This Engine can be relied on to do the work above mentioned, year in and year out, weather permitting I Representatives: The WESTERN CANADA AGENCY, I 10O Coal Miners APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT, No. 3 MINE LETHBR.IDGE. LOCAL NEWS Irrigation Co., LETHBRIDGE. CANADIAN BRIEFS '-'It is not by sports of people, base ball, lacrosse and football, that the Lord's Day is desecrated, but by aris tocratic golf associations with which ministers are declared llev. J. D. Morrow, at the annual meeting of the Ontario Branch of the Lord's Day Alliance. The Western Canada Baptist-Associa lion elected as officers: President. J. T. Mclntvre, Winnipeg; first vice pre- sident, Rev. F, Perry, D. D., Vancou- ver; third vice president, Hon. H, V. Bulyea, Edmonton; fourth vicc-prc sidcnt, Dr. C. W. Clark, Winnipeg. Fred J. Veale, arrested in Hamil- ton, charged with- obtaining money under false pretences- was brought to Regina. tried, found guilty, and sen- tenced to six years in Edmonton Pen- iten tiarv. OF CANADA Capital and Rest Exceed That Savings Account which you have meant to open could not be started at a better time than right noxv, while you have plenty of money coming in. _ The habit of at once depositing in the Union Bank of Canada the cash you receive, and drawing it out only as you need it, will keep your money absolutely safe will help you to save more of it, and will increase your balance by the addition of Compound Interest. Your account is respectfully solicited. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts Rd., N. Ward J. R. ANDERSON Manager. HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager ESTABLISHED 1867 Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, f Branches" throughout Canada, and in the BANK ORDERS L ISSUED AT THE. RATPS? and under 3 cents Over and not exceeding Scents 10 cents 15 cents Par at cvcry of a Chartered Bank in in the Yukon) and at the pnnc.pal banking- points 5n the United Stat-s. The- at to the sterling in Great Britain and Ireland rm an excellent jneth'od' of' remitting: small sums of money with safeU cost, and may, be obtained without delay. in ethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager Two carloads of settlers' effects and one to Warner this morning. They were from North Dakota. The McNulty c.; We ster Road, Noah Ward, comprise; 9S eet bv 240 feet was sold -in .Sat urday. The price paid is said TO b J. I. Eakin Co..negotiat ed the -deal. The Lethbridge Company received a carload of machinery for the manufacturing department of their business today. ;t will be installed n the Sherlock B.ock today. Another real estate firm opened its doors this morning when F. S. Whit- ney and Compaby opened up in their new office three doors south of the F. L. Whithry, lute -U North West Job u.i.u; Company siafi, aid his father. J. Whitney, ar.? the members of the company, and Whitney, "jr., is the .'manager': company should present -strong for a share >f the lu their business. D. is kncwn as one of the men who have shown the possibility. of Sotitliira: .A.Jberta as and fruit grow- iui; district. He. probably the best developed farm in this vicinity. Thus he can with "confidence recom- mend the community he ;F.' L. Whitney has a from the manager of the company hn ;al Iy been associated with shows'! that he is. a reliable 'and hi suing! jvoung business man. The '-Oinpanv will handle farm lamts. city proportr I loans and insurance. R- A. Wright, the up his stock of Christmas, goods to- day. It includes a large assortment c-f cut glass, diamonds, aad watches. He has a wide range from which to' select Christmas gifts. He has some- thing of interest to tell in his next advertisement. The Western Transfer Co. will com- mence next week the erection of a large ice house on the lots .recently purchased by them on Wood St.. We also understand that Mr. John J3ro- dic will place in storage tons or more of ice for next season. A. H. Birch, of -Winnipeg, secretary of the Undertakers' Association of. Western Canada was in the city yes- terday. Signor Gherardi's concert on Thurs day next, 18th October" at the Wes- ley Church auditorium promises to be one of the chief musical events of the season. Being an accomplished ling- uist he sings with equal facility. Eng-.i lish, French and German, and. of i course, Italian songs, with that clear- j ness of enunciation which is the am- bition of evcnr riood vocalist. The prograinmc will consist of rare com- positions by old masters whose mus- j ic is seldom or never, heard in this j country. These will be contrasted with musical numbers selected from the more modern schools of music. The Monsieur' Dari- mond, violinist, and Madame Jennv Saunier, pianiste. graduate of the National Conservatory of France and a pupil 61 Kara Chaiteleyn, the bril- liant Berlin master, will prove line exponents of the French method. Such an enjoyable as well as instruc- tive programme is not often present- ed, and it is a duty everyone owes to himself to take advantage, ot it. Don't forget the Public Masquerade Ball on Tuesday, Nov. 16th in 'the Caledonian Hall, Glyn Sk, under the J direction. of .Miss Norman. foundry tfi.e man aSd of the''servic6 he dered by.'.h'is in Western Canada. Meeting the author in Winnipeg dur- ing his recent visit to that city, His Excellency said: "I have just'finished 'The Life, of James Robertson.' I read the book from cover to cover. He strikes me as having been a very, great man. I should like, as a tri- bute of my respect to visit his grave." There remained but a day of his stav in Winnipeg, but.he -found time -THE NEWEST NEW TOW'N Novar, on the Old Man River, Is All Laid Out and Wants a Is Centre for the Quarry Business (Macleod Advance) new 'town, is in the .making, in the, Macleod' Its site has been chosen, jts corner lots -are in. the market, a petition signed by 70 names has gone into the government lor a postoffice, stores and dwellings are coming, there will be a bank and maybe a church, with grain elevators. railway station and buildings in the very near future.V: The name of the is Nov- ar and its situation is. ion the east Phone 103 for Good Hay and to arrange a visit to the old historic Kildonan churchyard, where repose the ashes of so many of those great Ca- Black, Nesbit, Robert have left their mask upon The scene" was one profoundly im pressive. Accompanied by Dr. Gor the Rev. Hugh Hamilton ninister of Kildonan, His Excellencv approached the grave, removed his lat, and, while all stood with bared leads, read aloud the inscription. strikes Earl Grey; ;as a singularly beautiful and .singu- arly appropriate inscription." Then, taking fromjiis side a wreath f roses, he laid it upon the.grave, aying: "This wreath I deposit here bank of the Old- w here the stream is spanned, by the great new bridge of the C.p.R, Cut-off. The townsite is located on S E W 4th. If is primarily called into being by the quarries of the Macleod Quarry ing Co., at Rocky Coulee, a short distance away. The quarrymen are anxious to have a place to 'trade and carry on business somewhat nearer than Macleod. The pay-roll will be an important sustaining factor at Novar. The new town will also serve as- a, center for prosperous agricultural s '.my -tribute of- respect-to; a great man, a man who saved Western Can- djtefrom becoming the wild west." He stood a few--, mom eats' over .the rave-and then1 t'uxned" awa'y in sil- nce. WATCH COIN IN COW 9 a large and _ The site, on the river, bank is an ideal one. '.It is well -suited for build- 'ing' p'urposes 'and Is" "apparently tiiied'.to be, within a short time, a growing and important Southern Al- berta community. Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city THE LOWEST T, A, fasten Office in Harness Box 201 Eastern's Shop and a short pro- A. ..large crowd emarkable Story from a Connecticut Town and What a Scientist Says NICHOLAS JT 'of St. Petersburg, 'Nov. F-fr'orts of Austro-Hungarian and German diplo- macy to bring about a- meeting- be- the Emperor of Russia and -ne Emperor Francis Joseph on the sar s return from his visit to Rac- onigi have so far proved iirisuccess- l.; I learn from competent authorities, owever, that Signor Tittoni, Italian minister; who desires soe onciliaiion between Austro-Htmgary nd Russia, will work with this ob- ect in view during "his meeting with Russian foreign minis- ter, atJSacconigi. It is probable also that iving Edward will intervene amicably for the saine purpose. But "in Russian political. ..spheres there is almost unanimous opposition to such a policy, and' despite the Nicholas for the Austrian emperor, it is b.-lieved that the meeting will not take place TERRIBLE CASE IN ONTARIO Ont., jfcbv. jcaae of "Social d'epravity which recalls the Robinson case at -Sudbury has been brought to light here. A family of twelve near Frankiord were living in two rooms and the eldest daughter is said to have had three children, her two brothers being responsible. She IKS been brought to the Chil- dren's Shelter and the brothers will be prosecuted. i Anything and the Best the Market affords f Id 11 K i Winstead, Conn.-, Nov. Or- rin a Harwihfbn farmer, who lost a. cheap watch nine years ago while haying, has just recovered the time-piece in a- novel manner: He butchered one of his cows and when engaged in dressing ;the hovine heard a ticking An investigation dis- closed the lost .watch, still keeping time, but two hours too slow. Woodin thinks the cow must have swallowed the .watch when eating hay. The watch was a stemwinding affair and every time the bovine breathed, Woodin.: it-pressed .against the stomach, thus keeping it wound up. Prof. Blob, of the .Forty-second Street Agricultural and Irrigation Commission, said: "Until this bulle- tin from. Winsted the world never knew that a cow could wind a watch by chewing its cud. I await ...with impatience further information to the that the. co-w's death..was caus- ed by grief, when'she. found that, aT- though the watch which, she had wound' with care after each meal for was two hours slow, -she could not open the case to adjust the works." STIRLING NOTES Stirling, Nov. i2.-The ball given Friday evening in the Assembly Hall in honor of the retiring primary. ficers, was a decided" success. Refresh ments were served gramme rendered. was present and everyone had an en- joyable time. The Stirling brass band held tne first practice'of the season on Satur- day night. Practices, will be ield on' Saturday nights all -through L1ie: winter months. On Monday evening the laughable 'Uncle Dan'l" was presented in the Opera House before .a large audience. It was> and" amusing throughout and greatly appreciated by the majority Of the spectators. The Stirling Board of Trade has" er- ected a: neat sign 'board on Gait St near the post office. Sunday evening the Y. M. and T. -L. M. I. A. met in conjoint session. A very creditable, programme was rendered. ;-Among the-numbers were: "Current Events" by Leland Holman a lecture by Bishop A. E. Fawns, a quartette- by the Clark family; a' pia- no solo by Daisy Erjcson and a read- ing by. Emma' Boyson.. the wife of Wm. Rich- ards, a baby boy. The 'mother and babe "are doing nicely. A meeting of tb.e Board of Trade was held-on Tuesday evening to dis- cuss the advisability of installing -el- ectric lights. No. resolutions were passed.as yet on the matter. Mr. A. M. Chimnowski, manager of the Union Bank -here has trans- ferred. Cbld Weather f Coming A STORM SASH on that new house "of your? "will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW. is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we -will give viyo.: ail estimate on same. Lumber DLIVEH'S MnCTURING I com J Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and BOMPA5 STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Mr.. Justice ,Clute .granted-injunc- tion restraining the town of Port Ar- thur from entering into' a contract with the Hydro-Electric Commission. Brandon, Nov..- U. Eaton of the Eaton has subscribed towards Young Men's Chris- Association Building at Bran- Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYNG Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE< tian don. The Popular Gladstone Sisters At the Eureka This Week MASINASIN NEWS Masinasm, Nov. Ohera came home from Warner last Satur- day to spend Sunday with his family on the homestead. D. Botham made a flying trip to Lethbridge last Saturday on Busi- ness- Mrs. Ness, from Milk River, who recently moved onto her homestead is very busy now getting things in shape for winter. Mr. Moveld made a trip to Coutts the first of the week after a load merchandise for his store. Otto Eichorst, who has been infr in Lethbridge all summer, came home last Tuesday to spend the win- ter on his homestead. Mr, going around get- ting names to have the post office moved to the Masinasin store. Chow Sam Co. j 'RESTAURANT J PHONE FOR BREAD We Have All Varieties Beside New Fire Hall ;