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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta nuii-Mlay, November Ifi, THK LETHBRIDGR- DAILY.'HEKAlVn ffi? A SNAP] 7 Roomed House on London Road i Owner Leaving City For Particulars Inquire at F.C. Lowes Balmoral Blk. Lethbndge have for sale throe blocks in oiic -thc-'ohpicest ..Subdivisions in 'Calgary-at per lot: Terms, 1-4 cash UahiHce.6, J2. J8 i 'v'imBbN ROOM! V. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. PHohe INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK 'n 5 rooinccl cottairo on 3rd North, splendid shape. Price cnsh; bal. per month. The owner U forced to sell at thta extremely low figure as he is leaving town. NortK Letrjibridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 r Money To Loan On improved farm lands anil city property. SNAPS Coutts. 7 room fully modern. cash, balance to suit. -2 lots Blk. 26. Duff, facing on AVestminster Koad. each. 1 lot, Blk. J., cash, balance per month. 'Four lota (corner) on London Road, THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. I 13251 Geo. Angus. F. E. Shantz. Angus Shantz ROOM lit SHERLOCK BLDG. 1 from Stirling; crop payment. Price... I of Warner; crop 10 ROOM NEW MODERN HQUSE FOR RENT OR will on farm lands. II 1-2 ACRES B. C. FRUIT city of 4.000; will exchange for city property. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH Uttve buyers. 5 ROOMED furnace; on two lots with stable, bn I3th St. The Alberta Securities SACRIFICE irrigated land. f> miles from Lethbridj-e per acre. BALMOEAL BT.OCK, PHONE 1245. Farm Loans v Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. f he H; MACBETH AGENCY PUBLICITY IS THE BOARD'S roiJCY Energetic Campaign- Con- tinued --Telling World About Lethbridge At tho regular meeting of the'coun- cil of the Hoard of Trade hold last night. President Hatch, Messrs. Down- Oojio, Conyb'nare. SUeith, Sago and Secretary '.Manwarlng were present. Sur.t. A. Held and T. Quayle were proposed of tha Hoard of Trade. Their applications wvre received and will be punned up- on at the meeting on Friday evening. The fSegina Hoard of Trade wrote congratulating tho city on "securing tho Dry-Farming Congress for Iftl'J. Halrd and Batterili. of Winnipeg, .vrote, stating that thwy had leased a special wire to the Calgaiy Grain Kyi change, and could ;uruish through' them, prices of grain on Winnipeg. Minneapolis and Chicago markets sev- eral limes Several latfevd were vead from press clipping making offers to cover mention made by the Can- adian and S. press of Lethbrldge at Dry-Fanning Congress, and bridge as th-a home of the Congress for uoxt year. The feeling of the meeting was that r.s many of these clippings as possible phou'id be gath- ered to show the mvsaRUi'o' of adver- tising Lethbridge roceived as a result trip. Accordingly contracts were entered into with the: Dominion Press Agency, of Toronto, and tho In- tC'riuountain Press Clipping Agency, 'of Salt Lake City, to secure.till clip- pings at per hundred. These will be kapl on file at the Board of Trad? office. At a meeting of. (he publicity com miltes of the Dpnrd', held on Satur- day last, it war, decided .to.advertise in tho special Canadian editions of the St. Paul Daily'News and the Min- neapolis Journal, which will be pub- lished during the week of the North- western States Land Show at St. Paul in December. The cost of the adver- tising will be approximately and the action of the committee was con- firmed by the. Coord. As the- Uonrd's the. I aid's Kjieciat publicity number has btvn exhausted, the publicity .commit; .Jteo.has decided to take 1000 issues of a special publicity number of thO'Do- for De- rtOLD MERCURY The right of Hot Wa- ter Heating wlll'havo'a constant appeal to the con- stant worry about tile .tempera- lure. Decide 'where you want the mercury AND KtfKP IT A steady temperature moans a steady terijper; nerves, n i id normal health. Those are all assured when you put In a Hot Water Boiler our new hoatini; ideal application of a practical idea. The specific" points of excel- lei'Cti llo, in the improved fire travel. "Kvery ounce of enersy )s of tho left .for the chlniney. Then the construction of the five-box !B another' point, "of economy. No dead clinkers to help damp the fire or stop the water from heating. Those boil- ers arc the only ones jiut to- gether with tho push nipjile; 'with this' joint tho boiler can 'easily be set up and will NKVEll LKAK. Let us mail 51- lusffted "Heating the Uomel" We also carpy In stock a com- plete line.of plumbing material. 'MKTALS; LTD. SIR WILFRID WAS IN FACETIOUS MOOD His Only Objection to new Speaker is, Speoules Awful Toryism Calgsry: Edmonton. LETHBRIDGE. minion. Magazine, Winnipeg ccmber. in which will be The cost to the Hoard of Trade will be 5100. and besides get- ting 1000 numbers for mailirig, the. city win'get the benefit of the 55000 circu- lation now enjoyed by the Dominion Magazine. B. L. chaii-man of the suggested that the malter of having the rates from LethbiidK-o placed up-} on steamship posters in the Old C0un> try be taken up. as he thought it ad vi sable to gel Lot hbr id go before tUv iwople whenever possible. The secre tarv was InstTuctdd to the mat-'. HAT TORIES ELECT; OFFICERS 'Hat. Xhy. 'A't thi first ir.ccting of oil.lhe lo- Conservative -party- the following ofilcors were elected lion. President .C.'J A; '..Maanitli President, W. G Nihlock: First Vice-l'resident, I larrj Secoiiil .Vice-President, Jas Jlawtiiorne A 'p.. ''I [awthorne ,S. G. Haith'oh Executive Committee, (-I. Coilk-r, Nelson Spcticer, Wil- liam Turnin, 11: Morrow, A. Cousins, .1. L.' '.Jamie- son! (i. H. rmour. iu speaker ;ofjHhe Sir Wilfrid louder in a banter- ing way. uiiileflying'.whlch was con- siderable sarcasm over the acceplance by tht> Nationalists of the ex-Oninge Urand Master. Sir Wilfrid said: "It is tho privilege of vvery admin- istration and especially .when an ad- ministration has such a largo major- ity at its back as tho present admin- istration, to select the members one; who is in its opinion is a fit and proper person to be speaker of the house. My honorable friend lias moved that our old (rleml and Colleague. Dr.'Sprou'e, be speaker of house. r "I fault to find with any- hing my honorable friviid has said n appreciation of Dr. Sproule. On he other hand. Lmust say that 1 am urpriKcd at the selection made by he govertimeiit.'not that T insan to ay anything derogatory of the mvin for East Grey, but in view of the 'cry circumstances under which the resent administration has come into Mice. In England .mother of ill par 1 laments, it Is an old Established rule, that .whenever a man has been selected as speaker, he is re-elecfed as speaker .'until removed by. death or disabled by There Is ood deal to 'be1 said hi favor of that system In preference to bur own. We know ourselves- t'tiat. however a man may be qualified by training and nation for the position: still he has nuch to learn when he takes the chair Dy way of experience. has al ready occurred ,to me and afWf the elections of 1908 I communicated'with Mr. Sutherland :to ask him again to become speaker, of the house. For personal reasons he did not s-ee fit to accept. Then on .my own motion 1 moved that .the .member for Bonn- venture the.chair, and we ail know he filled it with increasing ability >var by year. "After, an election. In cwhich principle fought for'by tho victorious government was .the maintaining of Hrhish institutions, which .were very much, threatened, apparently, by ,a barmtoss .1 naturally thought .that? the head the new soverumcnt would have to accord him- self with British' institutions. Now that victory Is J won; 'British Institu- tions are Tolegrited "to the back'-yard In Ignominy, to be -brought out and are refurbished when another 'elec- tion comes..fftipng. Loyalty has ;a'l- CANADIAN BANK OF tX HAVE IN THKIaV YAULT A SAFETY BOXES IF YOU HAW ANY TITLE DEEPS. MORTGAGES, (NSUtANCE OH 0THEIR'VALUAitES Y WCOULD BK IM ONK QT Lethbridge Branch C G. Nourse, Removed AMD MISHAPS AT WINNIPEG Man.. Nor. In trying to stop a runaway team at the For t pe yards of the Pittsburg Coal ut lilt I JVISUI tor up with -the various officials of ;o.. today. Walter P--ovcau. LETHBRIOGE. tho steamship of Canada. Chatrnuin Tinning, of the Finance Committee, brought in a vory full re- port, showing that the finances of th-a Hoard are in good shajAJ. AVith ihc subscriiitions up tiil the end of December, and all bills and Ilxed charges paid, the Board will end tl-e yeav'cloMs'lo one thousand dollars to tiie good. The regular subscriptions' continue till May, so that next year's Hoard of Trade should start out with strong financial support. BiEs to the total of >lfc were pass- ed and ordered yairt. .QUICK Stagg's Motto: KKAO! BARGAINS Small Six hundretJ and seventy-eiRht acres, all fenced, fine land, ten miles from Lethhrldge: five hundred acres broken, tone hundred acres In fall wheat; dwelling house, barn for fourteen horses, well over two hundred cost oifrbt. hundred 'dollars to build. 1UD- feet water. Price S-H.OO per acre.- 1-3 cash, balance .in 3 years.; LeaMa and listings of all kinds solicited. t. H. STAGG Phone Estate 5 Johnson hours 10-12 2-5 PROF. ALEXANDER'S LECTURES A TREAT Prof. Alexander's lecture at the Y. M C A. last night J 4 sirredly hp .wottlil whai a had man Dr. Sproule is.'iile would know that he is such a bad man that it is a crime for anybody In th-a lib- eral party or vote Tvith him ou'nny Ho would learn -that in 1905. -there wax between him.arid deprive the Catholic people 'of iieiv: ivesteru provinces of their schools the I-'r-ench settlers of their Ian- Indeed, mych rooivi .wait writ- ten in the last campaign-and.'yet on the first day of the_ session my hon- orable friend jthe choice of Nationalist, ]party peakw. They give us an indication of what we .are to and how easily they can gwnllow their prln- :iples. If indeed, they-may be called' by the name of principles." 7 OFFICER OF THE WATCH WAS HELD RESPONSIBLE Halifax, Nov. court martial on the Niobe siraiided in July'last off Cape Sable, convicivd Lord Allister it. on I hope he will leave his Toryism the floor ;of -the, house and not take it up the threw'steps to the chair of tho house. "If I am surprised 'at his se'ection as speaker, still surpriMM! must the that th-s selection has Graham, officer of the watch and re-I resolved the endorsement of the min- primanded hmu Jle was found guilty of jiegUjpeuce in not rcportliig his failurii to see Cape Sable and not tide and wind. istc-r of public works.' colleamies he jeprcsentH. If my frleud :theprini'e and tho hononibl reads "tho .as I" as- ROW IN POOL ROOM HAD SERIOUS RESULTS Nov. a result of .a hi a Hoii'v-au pool room, last iiigbt, Raymond Mo-.vcr is near to death's door, n frncturotl skTilI.4 ai'id Archie Ciihhs is under arrest, a- waiting developments in Hower's con- dition. The mvit were tilaylnr; pool when a dlspufe arose, and (Jibbs lilt. Hower over the'head whh a pool cue, and fractured his skull. v GILBEY'S SPEY-FLOYAL PURE POT-STlLL. ALL SCOTCH WHISKY it's ALL Scotch and ALL. t 10 years old. KtS W.uzzy, you are a Kipling. For his dauntless courage and daring. Kipling" likes the Arab. I le 'is because he lov- ty his horae.' After long aiul trying journey on the des- ert, he attends to the wants of his steed before his own'. -No doubt-he would consider himself- could the fine to be had in Lethbridge at less than; the cost, of the miserable stuff that was sold last year. I am closing out: the, cele- brated Barrie Buggies'- and cheap''for cash, or will' exchange ifor hay or grain. s HAY. GRAIN A FEED Wholeaale 4.'Retail C. llaiirahan AthletU.park ?AGNUELO WINE A. SPIRIT CO. MAGRATH FARMERS SEEING THE i Experience i s T e a c h i n g Them Advantages Mixed Farming MaKmth. Nov. 'show''ab- out six inches deep and more falling, the farmers I'cellng i-ather blue, h is questioTiable whether one half of the threshinc has been done, and tho Kloomy prospects for the future are not very encouraging. It; is the gen- eral feeling that tho prain will not bo injured in quality by the snow, but The farmers svnevally depending solely on tliclr crops to sfltle their dobts fall, and now that thresh- inp; cannot bo done they aro being pu-1 in a rather embari-assinK position. Uirt the Mxgratli T.vople. as a rule, are prc-Uy well to do. and mak- ing the best of tho conditions. Many of the farmers are turning their attention to sheep. This is very profitable on? thatT is almost, safe. About ten thouaand head have been purchased by rr.en in the past few They, principally in Montana, and Into Jhis country, whci'j it has been. fotiri'd 'they thrive. Another branch tnat is now com- manding the attention of tne farmer With ft fine, cream- cry about ready to open its doors, the popsibiliticfl along this line are un- limited. Some cows are being im- ported. Hog-raisins IR also coming to the front, and profitable branch of agriculture should be en- eyery way, possible." Hogs solve the question of what shall-, br- done with the poor .It has., been found that pigs, will grow .fat thft open 'field, especially when they are fed a certain quantity wheat. Thwre is 'lots of' this grain'' in the country, and It-will-pay-doubly to feed it than to sell it to the-eleva- tor men cat a Hdiculouely low figured One farmer says he Intends to hundred hogs in his fi-old -right at onCe. Thea.-> will be worth W .July of next. about SIR per He says that a of hogs can be raised'.ac little or no expense, as the surplus gr.iin's. etc.. that otherwise would bo waited. Thijs the farmers are awakening to the fact that mi.vnd fariiins is ttw on-' ly kind Southern Alberta. They havo proven to their sorrow that whcai raising exclusively is; not nil safe investment'1 Profiting by this ft s i.hey are going i versified fanning, and the results of the change nro already apparent. "Kver been 5n "Yes: I spent, three days six-room. co 'fully iiioderii. Msisy le'ruisl The Dowsley Mulhero Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. .7th Street ;