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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ThnrwlH.v, .'November 1ft, HHI. TITR LETITMIUnGK DAILY, JIFHATaT> A SNAP! 7 Roomed House on London Road Owner Leaving City For Particulars Inquire at F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge We have J'oi' sale three blocks in o.no of the Subdivisions in Crtlgary at to per lot: Terms, .1-4 ciish; balance.6, 12, J 8 and 24 months. R. V GIBBONS CO. f. AND S., BLOCK. Phone 1191 INSURANCE. SHERLOCK 5 roomed cottage on 3rd Ave. North, in spjeiulid s'napc. Price cash, bal. per month. The owner i> forcoii to sell at this extremely low figure as he ifl leaving town. Nortri Realty Co. PHONE 1345. LETHBRjDGE. T. H. STAGG Farm Loans x Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENOT On-Improved fai-ni anil cllr property. SNAPS Contts. 7 room fully modern, ensli, balance to suit. S lots Blk. 26. Duff. facinE on AVeatminater Koail, 142o eacli. 1 Blk. J., oash, halanco S20 per month. 'Pour (corner) on London Road, 13200.cash. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadla Block. Phone 132P- PUBLICITY IS THE BOARD'S POLICY Energetic Campaign Con- tinued World About Lethbridge At the regular meeting ui' Uio'cmm- t-'il of I.he Board ol' Trade hold last Might. President Hatch. MOHKI'H. Down- er, Conybouro, Skeith, tinge and Secretary ivere present. Sur-t. A. Held and 'i'. W. Quayie were proposed as members of 'th-a Hoard of T-nide. Their applications w'ero received and will be nuHKcri up- on at, the .monthly meeting on Friday evening. The feegina Hoard of Trade congratulating the city on securing the Dry-Fai'inlng Congress for till-. I'-alrd and BaUerlM, of Winnipeg, wrote, s'Jri-J.iii" that they hud leased :i special wire lo the Calgary Grain dmngc, and could iurnish through them, prices of grain on Winnipeg, Minneapolis and Chicago markets oral times daily. Severn.! latfsrs were read from press clipping bureaus, making offers to cover all mention in a do by th-e Can- adian and 1T. S. press of Lethbridge at 'lift Dry-Farming Congress, and I.eih- nrldge'HB of the Congress for next year. The feeling of the nveeting was that ;is many of these clippings as possible shou'iO be gath- ered to show th-e measure of ad Using Lethbridge received us a resiil.L of "its -trip. Accordingly contracts were into with the Dominion Press Ag'on.cy, of Toronto, and tli-8 lu- .tGvmpunlain Press Clipping Agency, of Salt Liike.Gity. to secure.iill clln- pings at per hundred. These will be k-apt on fife at -the Board of Trado office. At a meeting of. ttie publicity com- mittee the Qonrd1, held on Satur- day lasi, it was decided to.advertise the 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 Decsmbwr. The cost of the adver- tising; will be approximately ?1SO, and the ac'lion of the committee was con- firmed by. the, Board. As ,th-fi. aid's publicity number has been exhausted, the publicity commit; (tea.has decided to take of y. a special number of tlw Do- minion Magazine, Winnipeg, for De- cember, in which Lcthbridfie will be tOLD THE MERCURY Angut. P- Shantz. Angus Shantz ROOM til SHERLOCK BLOC. 1 mllee from Stirling; crop payment. I of Warner; crop payment ,11? ROOM NEW MOpSRN FOR RENT OR will on [arm lands. II 1-2 ACRES B. C. FRUIT city of will exchange for City Properly. t: LIST YOU If PROPERTY WITH have buyers. 5 R'PP'M'CQ furnace; on two lots with stable, 'on' 13'Ui 'St. South................................... The Alberta SACRIFICE "T 320 acris Irrigated land, 5 miles from L-cllilirldpe per acre. BALMORAL BLOCK, sons: W. -A-. (.'oii.sins, son; K. Armour. The cost to the Uoard of Trade will bo and besides get- ting 1000 numbers for nmiliilg, the, city ,8._ G. Hai'inon will 'get the of the SOfJO circu- H. Collier lation now enjoyed by the Dominion Magazine'. B. b. Cope, chairman of the suggested that the maUor of, having the rates from Lethbridg-s placed up- on steamship "posters in the Old Coun- try be 'taken up. as he thought it ad- visable to get Lothbridge before tlva whenever possible. The secre- tary was 'instructed to talt'a the mat-: tor up with -the various officials ot The right syBtem of Hot Wa- ter Heating will savo a constant up pun I to the con- stant, worry about Ilic .tempera- lure. Decide1' where you want the mercury AND K1SKI' IT i., A stoujly tpniperuture inrans a steady Lumper, steady nerves, nnd uoritjal healtli. These are all assured when you put in a Hot Water Boiler our new heating ideal application of ;t jtrac-tical The specific' points of excel- lence lie in the improved fire travfel. "Every ounce- ol energy is'tnkenout of the the chimney. Then the si.raijrht-wall. construction of the fire-box1 fs another point. of economy. No dead nlinkers lo help dump l.he fire or Ktop the water from heating. These boil- ers are the only ones put lo- getlier with the push nipple; with this joint, tho boiler cun easily be set up ami will NKVER LKAK. Let us in nil II- "Heating the We also carry in. stock a com- plete line.of plumbing material. METALS, LTD. Calgsry; Edmonton. LETH'BRIDGE. HAT TORIES ELECT OFFICERS ikiliciut Hot, X'hy. Hie firsi; ii.cetiii': of otltht.1 lo- cal" (Jonstirvative 'pnTty- llic following were electeri lion. President., U.' Ai1 Majnuli Prcsidhni, G. Niblock Kirst. Vicc-Prcsiilcni, 1-FillTy Sccinul TJiiriL.V.ico-I.'rosident, A: 'J..'Hawtliijrnc SiMfiMary-Trciisurer, Coiniiiii jee, SIR WILFRID WAS IN FACETIOUS MOOD His Objection to new Speaker is, Speoules Awful Toryism Otuwa 10 in tlie namiiwtloji af IJr, Sinroule speaker ofUlie .'House of, Commons, Sir Wilfrid Txturicr spolt-a In a bantei ing way, which was con sfdcrahle over -iho acceptance liy the of llin ex-Orange Urantl Sir Wilfrid said: "It is the privilege of terery jiiliiiln- iMiration and especially when an ad- ministration has such a-'large'major- ity at Its hack as the present admin- istration, i-o select'from, .amoiii; the members one who is in its opinion in fit and proper parson to up speaker the house. iMy honorable friend tias moved tiiat our old friend and ;ul Dr. Sproule, be speaker of house. "I have no fautc to find with any- thing my honorable Crt'cnd has aaid in appreciation of Dr. Sproule. On the other hand, I must say thai. I surpriKod at the selection made by the government, that T tc say anything derogatory of the nvem ber for ICust Grey, but in view of the very circumstances under w.hich the present administration has come into office. In England .mother ill par- liaments, it. an old rule, thai .whenever a man haa been selected as speaker, he is rer-elected as speaker .'until removed by. death o- disabled by There Is i good deal to .lie'said in' favor of ttia system in preference to our own. We know ourselves-tn'at, however a niau may be qualified by training and edu- cation for the position: still he has much 10 learn when he takes the chair by way of experience. This has al- ready occurred to mo and after'the elections of 1908 I communicated with Mr. Sutherland :to ask him again to become speakerPI of the house. For personal reasons he did not see fi't to accept. Then on .my own motion 1 moved .that .the .member for Bona- venture the.chair, and wo all know he filled it with Increasing ability by year. "After an election in .which ,the principle fought for by the victorious government was the maintaining of British institvisions, .which .were very much apparently., by fa tmrnitess tnwtyagreement, .1 naturally thought .that the head the new government won Id have to accord him- self with British infiUtiUious. Now victory-is won, British institu- tions are relegated "to tho back-yard in ignominy, to -he1 .'brought out and are rsfurbislnad when another 'elec- tion Loyalty lias til- ways of the J. H. Collier, Xclson Spencer, U'il- Conservative...party'. election time, inm Turnin, .Morrow, F. Sis-i but since, however; live principle of ACCIDENTS AND MISHAPS AT WINNIPEG tlie steamslilp comnnnlcs of Canada. CliaiTmnn Tllinlng, of the Finance Committee, brought iTl a very full jiort. showing tiiiit the finances of HM Board are in good shapa. With the subscriptions paid up ti'i'i the end ot Dnceinber, nild all hills and iixerl cliarEes paid, the Board will ond the year to one thousand dollars to the good. Tile regular' monthly subscriptions' continue till ilay, so that next year's Hoard of Trade should start out with strong financial support. Bi'r.'s -to the total of ed and ordered i-aid. i were pass- QUICK BARGAINS Motto: Small HEAD! _ "UINK! FOR SALK Six hundrccl anil sevcnty-eieht acres, all fenced, fine land, ten miles from l-ethlirldge; five hundred hroken.ione hundred acres in tall wheat; dwelling home, barn for fourteen horaes, well over two'.hlinilrai) foet dcreti, oont oicht. hnnilreil dollars lo bnllil, feet WBtor." Price (44.00 per acre.- 1-3 cash, balance .in 3 years.; jnd liHingi o( ill kintlB solicited. Fhont Rtal Eitate Otfici 5 Johnton hours PROF. ALEXANDER'S LECTURES A TREAT Prof. Alexander's lecture at the Y. M. C. A. last night drew a larger n iiilieiiic than the frrst. night and in- terest ir, steadily growing.' .UmtoubU edly Mr. Alexander is one of the crest, leelurera who lias visitsd Lotlrbridgi! and his auditors last night, were iiuihensuly pleased. He lectuiwd ou "Success Iu Life ami At- Italn It." and hi1! hard at many of the i superficial notions and foibles which frequently lead to a person's life her ing a failure." The lectures are par- ticularly on inspiration lo the young people anil. the. association hall should be crowded, .lie will give another lecture tonight. There Is no ndmis- sion feb but a collection 10 defray expenses. Last night four known cilixens the platform and were subjected lo a, "character rrading" which highly amused the audience Winnipeg, .Alan., Nov. In trying' p stop a runaway team'iii.. the Foil e yards of the PrUsburg Coal today, Walter Provcan, an em- nioyee of the company, was run over and now lies iu St. Boniface Hospital, ill a precarious condition, wiih very serious injuries io iiis back. Charles Pax, a farmer, of Hidgevilie, who was brought in from tlrere -to St. Boniface.Hospital, on Sunday last, suf- fering from stverc fros't bites in his hands, and feel, died last night. Me wag found in the bush with bis team, having lost, his way. Charles Parisian, brought in on the same day from Bronqueri Man., also suffering from frost injuries, is doing well, OFFICER OF THE WATCH WAS HELD RESPONSIBLE Halifax, Mov. court-martial on 'the Niobe stranded in July last, off Cape Sable, convirted AHistcr Graham, officer of the watch and re- primanded him. lie was found guilty of uc.glig.ence in nor. reporting his failure to' see tide and wind. Instilutibhs has been depart- ed from on this occasion, perhaps in the fitness of things, it is just as well that from j3Sast Grey1 haa been nominated to position of speaker. v "Pcrsona'ily I have no exception to take-to the appointment of my friend from East Grey. Dr. .Sproule and I are two of oldest members of the house. T-le and 1 have been sitting opposite eacji other for 'over thirty years and I can'bear testimony that he is able, painstaking hardworking and to his lights, which is not rny light. He Is of th-s human race and not perfect- He will not find fault Svith me, when 1 say that the only fault, the only weakness I find In him is that he is n Tory, a Tory of Tories; with very quintessence of Toryism. 1 do not this in angw, but in sorrow, and in deep, sorrow. He _cannot help it. 1 hope he will leave his Toryism on the floor .of -the holism and not take it up the three'sleps to the chair of tho house, "If I am surprised'at his selection speaker, sti'll more snrprisfld must. the people'be that tlva selection ha the endorsement of the min- BANK OF COMMERCE HATE IHfTALLM IN THKK VAULT A OF SAFETY DEPOSIT B0XES IF YOU HAVC AHT V TITLE DEEPS. MORTGAGES. INSURANCE POLICIES. OB OTHER VALUABLES TMBT SHOULD BB LOBdEB IH ONE W KM njVTHtR IHFOflUATWM AWtV Ttt Lcthbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. tO-' Suite 207 Sherlock Block Take the elertter W.R.DOBWN Agtnt for A very Gat 4. Plowing Engfnti. A Genuine Snap 8 Lots in. Queen Victoria Park S375 each. All corner proper- ties, H located on Westminster See Phone suredly hp woijid kpW wlmi had man Dr. Sjxroiile would know that iie is such a bad man that it. is 11 crime for.'anybody hi tlra Lib- eral party or party to vote -with him "-Ho would'team that in was a conspiracy between him .arid me: to deprive (.he Catholic people 'of western provinceB of tbeir schools ind t-he French settlers of thei'r lan- guages Indeed, much rapi-a .wiia writ- ten in the last campaign-andi.'yet on the first day of the. session my hon- orable frieud -fromi East..Grey, .is ithe choice of ;party speaker. They give us an iiidicatiou of what -we .are to how easily they can swallow their prin- ciples, If Indeed, they -may califd' by the name of pfincipHes" MAGRATH FARMERS SEEING Phone 733 FOR COAL you will get .it The Alberta Cartage Co. A. H. Graves Prop. you a--fighting Kipling. his dauntless courage -anti daring, ICIplIns'Hkes the Arab, lie is because he lov his After vi long ahrt trying journey on the dcs ert. he attends "to the wants of his steed before his own No doubt-lie would cousidei himself, could he .pro- vide-the to be hud in at less than the cost of the miserable sniff that was sold Jast year. am closing oiit t.he cele- brated Btirrie Buggies: and cheap "for cash, or will' exchange for hay or gram. HAY, GRAIN t FEED WholaHle Retail J, C. ttjinraban Phone 349 Athktlo park of public works, colleagues nd tho coi'orlc" he. jcprosQiilB. If my icnoi iblv. frieud tht> piinfe minister "cndb the Nationalist picss as I .as- ROW IN POOL ROOM HAD SERIOUS RESULTS Heijina. Sask., Nov. a result of a frnrns iu a Kou'leau pool room, hiHt iifKbl. Itfiymond Bower is near to death's door, a fractured aiid Archie is under nrpcsl. n-1 waiting devolopments in Mower's con1' ditfon. The iwo-nwn were pliiylnr; pool when a dlspuf.0 arose, nnd (Jiiihs hit Hnwer over the hend wi-tli a pool cue, and frncturcd his skull. GltBEVS SPEYitOYftL PURE POT-STILL ALL SCOTCH WHISKY It's JALL Scotch and ALL 10 years old. ?AGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. l Experience is Teaching Them Advantages of Mixed Farming -MHgratli, Nov. 'M. VVitlt 'ab- out inches (leap and nior'e falling, t.lie farmers reeling' rather blue. ll. is (inestionablc wlinther 6ns lialf of Uic threshing has been done, mid tho gloniny p-rospecls for the ftKure ni'a not very onconrasing. M'is the gen- eral feeling that the grain 'will not be injured in quality by the snow, but the I'armors g'aivei-ally wftre depending solely on their cropa to settle their debts this fall, and now that Jiresll- Injr cannot bo done they are being pu-' -In a rather embarrassiiiK jiositlon. Hut the Magnitli i.vjople, as a rule, are prc-Uy well lo do. and they ara mak- ing the best of the conditions. Many of the farmers are turning their attention lo sheep. This is n very profitable business, "and ona UiiilT is almost sflfe. Aboirt ton thousand head have been purchnsed by Mnsralh nven in the past few nion'Mis. They, bought principally in Montana, mil then shlpned into this country, hoi'j it. lni.l been fonnil 'they thrive. Another branch now com- nanrtlns the attention of the farmer s: dairying. With n fine, neiv ci-eain- cry about really to. open, its doors, the possibilities along this. line a re 'mi- liuitvd. Some c.ows being iin- parted, is 'lilso coining the front, and nrofftab.lo branch of agriculture shonlil be. en- coiimgeii in eyery way. posaible.' Hogs solve the qiiestlon of. what, done with the.pooir wbteat. heen found that pigfi.-will grow. fat in4 tlici open "field, especially when they are fed n certain quantHy or inferior J Thttra is 'lots of this grain in the country, and it -will- pay- doubly to feed it thiin to sell If to the -eleva- tor men -at a. ridiculously low figure. One farmer says he intends hundred hogs in his fteld right at once. Thess will: he worth July of. next. yenr about IS per head. He aays thai u of hogs can be raised-.at. little or no expense, :ae thtey eonaunie the surplus grains; fftc., that otherwise would bo wasted Tln'is 'the farmers :ire. awakening to tlic fact that mixnd Hi ruing is th-a on- ly kind for Southern Alberta. -They have proven lo their sorrow that wheat raising exclusively is. not all n safe investment. Profiting1 by this experi nce, Micy are going in for di- versified farming, unrt the results 9! the chaiififl are already apparent. "Kver been in Philadelphia''" "Yes; I spent, three days there on a six-room, I'll Ply nuulcni, J'lnsv UM'nis. The Dowsley Mulhero Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;