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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'tliiy, 'November 18, J1M J. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 13 Knight Sugar Company, Limited Raymond, Alberta Manufacturers of the Quality of Granulated Sugar Made from Alberta grown Sugar Beets DUALHKS AND BRRKDUKS OF F1HHT (.'LAWS HORSES AND CApLU. THE HOUSES .INCLUDE TURK B.REDS, OUT OF WHICH ABU TURNED OFF YEARLY SOMH OF THE BEST DRAFT- HOUSES IN ALBERTA. HAVE FOR SALE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND ACRES OF GOOD FARM AND RANCH LANDS K. F. ELLISON JAM. K. ELLISON Manager Secretary The Security Investment Co'y Ltd. RAYMONpTALTA." We have over acres of Good Farm Land for sale in Blocks of from 5 to 700 acres, at from to an Acre We have a million dollars to loan on farm or town property at reasonable interest GEO. H. BUDD, Manager Prominent Farmer of Stirling Dead Striling, Xov. a m, ono of the oldest and most high- ly respected residents of Stirling dis- Iriei. died on Wednesday at Improved Ranch Land TolM number of acres Nunibr-r of acres under culi.ha-, (ion, .L'.n-aled G 1-2 miles south of Excellent soil, dark rich loam; highest, yield of wheat per acre, 52-.bushels, (iood' siipyly !i? excellent lake joins nmclv.als'J Iw.i good '.veils. 1-2 miles r-f J'eucing on raacK ner HCIC, includin.; fiirin building? and in icl.iiiior.v. Also have np.tii of thr-ae-youi old rind two ear licavv .Ir.u'l. rujts i.o urovid- iiiii .raiu-'i.-is, An imported nnro iired Ruire wonli for sale now. Six yours old. For further pnrlieu- iMj'rs and Informailon, apply to BRIMHALL BROTHERS RAYMOND, ALTA. Miller Degener 1 s Hiivejust received a big line of German Soaks, Sheep Lined Moccasins. Heavy Snag ]'rooI'.Rubbers, Sheep Lined Coats, Gloves and Mittens of all sixes and styles, Woollen Underwear and many other tilings. Call mid sec. us. New Stirling', Alberta. SEE W. McD. TAIT About Your Subscription, Adver- ment or News for THE HERALD He is the Southern Representative For The HERALD (ONNAOGHT AT MILITARY FEED GOVERNOR GENERAL MAKES Hlb FIRST AFTER DINNER SPEECH IN'CANADA OrunvH. Xov. Itoynl High- css the puk'e'or Connnuglit jUfendml ho 'innch'3on toiulcrnd officers sit- tcntling tlin nillltifi conierencc by Hon. Col. Hughes in tho parliamentary res- this afternoon and delivered his first, after dinner siAiech sinre his in rival in Canada as governor gen- eral. The Ulnchoon wtid at (ended by Premier Hordnn, sir and many mouthers of Hie Uord-an (government. Upon rising til a toaat to his healIh, Hit; Koyal Highness the governor general was greeted with heariy rhf.wH. His tbnnk- cd C'ol. llushew 'for affording him ihe opportunity of lioing present and ex' pscd to tha ofilcers hid apprecla- ion of the wavmth of their lycepllon. saw before him, he said, the fanea of thoao whom ho had met- at home upon different, occasions and was re- joiced to them again. Referring to the conference, Ilia Hoyal Highness said that, it augured well for I he "country that so many would come enormous distances ,tu P'.alk upon important questions affect- ing the militia of Canada and ha hop- ed the host rcaiiltB would follow from tho _ event. A great opportunity wns given to them to put Into'practice tho suggestions formulated at tins eonfer- c; and he felt that those who liad j token part In it, would utilize wlu-i ihey had learned for tho benefit of force. If tlttsy impress their cotiiUryincn with the importance of the militia they would he doing thnlr duty, not only to Canada, but to the rctnplre at large. In Conclusion, Ills Itoyal Highness expressed" the hojw Hint there would be many occasions during the lime thnl. ho woiM have tlio honor of lielng in Canada to meet, thi- militia. three u'clocl: at the age of 70 years. Can- cer iif the stomach was the cause of lis death and he has been under tin doctor's carp for some months. Tile lute Mr. Alarfjuarsoii came to Canada on illay Uu, sell ling on a and Stirling. He I has proved hiinsrlf one of the most KUGCi-'Ssful ngritiultiiralisls in the irri- gated section of 'the He has irrigated land und has made valuable contributions Ui the science of agri- uiilL'.ire by successful growing of grain and fodder On this land. Alfalfa has one of his crops and the yields have been tremendous. lie is survived by 5 children, four of whom reside in Salt Luke City and Mi- ner, fives wilh his rather ai home. Tho funeral is delayed till Sunday awaiting Hie arrival of relatives from the south. To-the bereaved the Her- ald joins with the community in ex- tending sympathy. Threshing in .'Stirling district 1ms itarted again. A. E. Fawns has a ma- chine ul. Koineril's, south of town. -I. X. Mulmnn is said to be working his mil fit; and Mickclson and 1-Iicschc1 who hnve machine at Will Christen- sen's arc expected Lo begin work to-j day. Matters are assuming serious; proportions and fanners realize that: they must thresh. The grain is .not thoroughly dry, but if handled imme- diately in an elevator-and the snow blown out, it can be maikeicd. Gossip seems to be the besetting sin of all small towns and Stirling o except ion. In Daniel 'Dcronda George Eliot has this to say, about, certain long-tongued, imaginative folk, who divert attention from them- selves ijy spreading malicious stories iboiit others "Gossip is a sort ol smoke that comes from the dirty iiacco pipes of those who diffuse it; it proves nothing but the bad taste of the smoker." Such a judgment mips one to know what t.o think when 'stories are told about, someone (ISO. One day this nronth we were, able .0 date our letlers 11-11-11. Some year from December we will, be [able io date them 12-12-12. But you will be told about, ali this so often in this mc'antimo that you will prob- ably feel like letting that date slip without writing at all. Mrs, A. E. Fawns and Mrs. Chris- Icnscn will represent the Relief So- ciety at the Conference of- the Tay- lor Slake at. .Magrath today and to- morrow. Miss Elsie Sheffield "is to sing. Bishop Fawns and Mrs. Fawns were at Mammoth on Wednesday at a double weddniT held ai the boniu oi Mr. Arthur K'esselcr. The tirst wed- ding was that of his Miss Vernicc TCesscleu to Mr. Rodcn H. Murray. Following Mr. -Jos. Lilchtk'ld and Miss V. Carter were united in marriage. A party in hon- or of the brides was held fast night in Mammoth school house. M. Stood, Will Hirschc and Mr. and Mrs. 0. passengers to Lcthhridgc since last issue. Mrs. Schafer was a visitor to Raymond on Tuesday of this weak, returning tlin same day. j F- Steed is confined to the house with neuralgia. His friends are hop- ing that he may In- with them soon. Krri Schafer, who lives 15 n-.iles east Stirling, was a visitor to his homu on .Sunday, returning on Mon- day. Miss Dora Christenscu left on Tues- day for Tabrr, where she., will visit her friend Miss Harton. The Men and Religion Movement Sweeps Nation he was asked. Mr. Stelzle re- plied: "Uee the public schools more. Is It a good investment to keep them idle so much of tho "What should the church do fn a small town where a canning factory, employs women for from 12 to 16 hours a "I should fight Ml I was worth after I had mado sure of the facts. industry or corporation has a rlfcht to exist that cannot pay a liv- ing wage." "What should the church do in a community in which there is a strike "The Church, as n church, cannot commit Itself to organized labor, be- cause some members do not believe in unions. Whore the fight is for a liv- ing wage, decent hours ana sanitary conditions, the churcn should ccrtain- y get. in the fight. A minister, as an individual, has a right to commit him- s'olf-lo organized labor, but not as pastor of a church." Reaching Florida Negroes The Men and Religion Forward Movement is to be brought before the -negroes of Florida, Just ae it is h-aing presented to tho while people. At a recent conference of leaders in the Movement, some of the most prominent colored.ministers had the meaning of the work explain- ed to'them. They will consult with the leaders of their churches, and ar- range a date for a meeting at which the extension committee will lay out the movement for them. The preach- ers who attended the conference ap- peared to be deeply interested, mud, more millions are out the A to reach the two hundred or church because the church doe's not Ini0re Chinamen in Jtckionvllle in also mderetand them. ,i being worked out. Information is now Working Men Respond to Religion "Working men respond to religion is, do no other people. At least I have found this true in my personal New York, Nov. re- ceived at the National headquarters this city, indicate that the iMen and Religion Forward Movement is sweeping through the interior of tho country in a way which snrpirses even those in charge of this continent-wide effort to interest men and boys in all kinds oC Religious endeavor. From Hamilton, Ontario, to Dallas. Texas; from Jacksonville, Florida, to loplln, .Miss.; from the Mcsabjt Range region to Atlanta and Mobilo, hun- dreds of thousands of laymen. In all he Protestant church CK working together to "take Clirislimiity out of cold and set it at work in the community. One of the extraordinary frieidents of the campaign In Grand Rapids, which has just closed, occurred at a mass meeting, 'where Rev. Charles Stclzle, of the New York Labor Tem- ple, and Dr. I. J. Lansing, discussed 'The Church and Labor." The audi-. at this mass meeting included nen of every social station, and ilmoBt Laborers ind capitalists, professional men and; mechanics, artisans and factory oper-1 sat elbow to elbow, evincing he utmost interest. j Both Dr. Lansing and Mr. Stelzle jointed out the weakness of the :hurch in respect to its treatment of tie working and also told of. he strength of the Church when a- This space is reserved for O'Brien-Naider Co. Ltd. General Merchants We carry everything the Farmer and the Rancher needs. cen made for n Rally Day In thw Men mid Religion Movement through- out the .Moanbn range, it is expected, hat on Rally Day, leaders of the Mftii ind Religion Movement will go from Uulutb and other cities to (he various towns wlvere the men will hold ncctingH in all of the churches. Vir- ginia churches are co-operating heart- ly in this effort, and so arc others throughout the region. BUSINESS CARDS T. J. O'BRIEN Licensed Auctioneer Raymond, Alberta B.C. CAFE CIGARS TOBACCOS CONFECTIONERY FRUITS MEALS AT ALL HOURS RAYMOND ALBERTA PARIS AND We do all the big jobs south of Leth- bridge. Phone OS. Knymom] Alberta GOAL! COAL! Have on order 200 toiu WYOMING COAL Expected first of the week, iromptly delivered. Phone 79, R. A. FETTJIS Raymond Alberta Up-to-Date Barber Shop Four Chairs No Waiting We have installed a complete winter system, with baths. Come in and Raymond Alberta STIRLING NEWS J. D- Hall is helping out, the fuel situation by selling what steam coal ho has stored in his coal shed at the station. Mr. Ncls Nelson has the sell- ing and the price is a ton. NTo coal has arrived yet for New Stir- ling, hut a car is expected any day. In spite of the had weather five cars o[ wheat were loaded on the siding previous to Thursday night of this Week. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH RAYMOND, ALBERTA W. McD. TAIT, MISSIONARY Tomorrow Mr, Tail a report of the Provincial Sunday School Cou vont.lon which he at- tended as official reporter. H-is important that nil Sunday- School workers should be in air lendituct. ;