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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 2.% 1ftII THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace? Election Address PROGRAM FOR OPENING formal ojipiling of tho now Klcjetwoud school will tulto- pliice to- ;truct {morrow iiftornoon. Tim Hon. U. U. Kducntlon will ineu and dc'llvor TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIOOE Huvins liiMM.urted 'jy a luriiu nuiii- of to offer myself :i cnmlklMo for the council board, I for your support upon tho fol- JmvtnK 1. I mil In fuvor of the city Klneer churyo of all suuui IUVUIHUIMI. i railway work, except thu Jlltcliell, Allnlslwr of part thereof; and this ulna lira school on lio under his ironenil supervision. Mr. Blimchiml. the present city eiiRlnoer, IK-an export in thin clsra of work, and Is quite competent to undertake il. It Is not nc'ceHsiiry for Ihy .clly to emjiloy ii consulting oiisineoi1, ox- cepi iicrlmps. to., merely chcok over thd 2. I will do nil in my power to see (here kj no level crossing over AVeuiniincter Road lo North Leth- 1'rldge. 1 am in favor of eltller a Kutnvijy or an overhead bridge, pro- J'ciraM'y a subway. 3. K licilero thai the city Bollcltor vlioulil receive sufficient rtmiunor.i- fl lion Ip pay Iiii7i lo attend every coun- cil pttrlfcularly thoae at which" by-laws are ilIsciiE-ji.'d. f would he in favor of com- Polling contractors for elty work tn proceed with the completion of one liorllim of tljc work at r. ('line -.mil not tear Up the whole nnd make tho lilreetf linimssalile. Tho railway man compels bis employees lo do It lnnk-os far tbo wfety of tile travoliiim I juiblic. and all concerned. I Inm in fuvor of it straight, com- mission form of ail Ihe frills. It. 1 am in favor of providing lic weigh scales for North Leth- OF FLEET WOOD SCHOOL I0 the King, child- ren. address, ..T. H-lewart, Al.P.P Presentation of Keys lo J, II. Fleet- DUNCAN MARSHALL WILL BE HERE BOARD OF EDUCATION 1911 W. A. Hamilton, Supt.; J. H.FIeetwcod. Chairman; C. a. Bowman, Sec- retary Treasurer; R. P. Wallace, Dr. Stewart, Dr. Galbraith, O.D.Austin. 1. I believe in giving North Ujtli- j i address. A very iiits-reBtlng time ir, expected. A cordial invitation is extended to'the public to attoud and InsiHjct this latest he liridge a square deal ami pliicins Ihe t of that district upon an equal 'school. Parents- particularly will ity with the people of the South Side. Klad nf lo' son I wood. Song, 0 Canada, children. 'dress, J, H. Fleetwodd, chairman Board of Education. Address and Formal Opening Hon. C. It. Mitchell, Minister of Ed- ncalion. Song .'children. PAT'S RETINUE Lo.Vuii, Patricia ivili lib utrompiuiieil tn Ciuiuda Wajnr' Malcohii Murray, controller ut the lij'ufccliuld it: his Hoynl rUghRess, Mrs. "Long.' wlft1 of Capi. Long anil CONFER WITH OFFICIALS THE ORGANIZING FOA DRY FARMING CONGRESS ilon. Duncan Mgrshall, minister of ugrteultwe, iirul Oeo. llareourt, di-p- uty minister of agriculture, are jjecte'l Iti tlie city on Monday 01 ay next to confer with John T and the Hoard o! I'ratlu in connection the prelim- nary work lo arranged for hand- ing the Dry Farming Congress here. It is the intention of tin- Lethhr.dge 1 to Ifft'p in close touch the provincial government in "bringing tit? 1912 congress to a successful is- stie, iiiitl tlir, agriculture department l" iho government -will have repie- entativt's o" thu Hoard Control. Burns has been very busy since lis al'riviil in the city endeavoring to central offices for'the Congress stall. Several rooms will reqiiir- t-i! for this purpose, and Mr. Hums in- formed the Herald this morning that they would likely take (wo suites of roon.'-s in the Hull block, ami that I hey would all ho thrown into one, 'thereby them convenient and at fins same tiirie central office ac- commodation. Miss clerk of the staff, arrived in the city this morning after spending a couple of weeks' at New York and Washington, C. Mr. Thomas, mailing clerk; is expected to arrive on Monday or Tuesday, when the staff will be completed for Ihc time being. TORTURED BY Out, I7th, 1910. "I was a d rend fill nufferer For many years from Sick Headaches and Uilions- ness, or Torpid Liver. 1 tried many remetlin ind physic in hs, but nothing seemed to do me, any good. 1 finally used and after Hie lirst box, I was BO much better that I con. tinned using these fruit tablets and they have entirely cured me. "I certainly can recommend "Fruit- a-tives" to anyone who suffers from Headaches, Biliousness or Stomach Trouble." MRS. ISAAC VANStCKLK. Thousands of people have the aanie experience as Mrs. VanSiclcIc. They have tried doctors and taken all sorts of medicine, only to find that Fruit-i-tives is the one and only remedy that actually curei these troubles. 'Truit-a-tives" is the only medicine in the world made of fruit juices, and is the greatest Liver Care ever dis- covered. It acts directly on Liver, K i d n e y i and1 the stomach and purifies the bloo'd. 5oc, A box, 6 for or trial size, At all dealen or from Frnit-a-tiveB Limited, Ottawa. ONLY THREE IN FIELD NOW Mfl. GOODE RETIRES AND MR. KING MAY FOLLOW SUIT Kvery day brings forth something lew and startling in the .municipal Aid. Ooode 11119 decided to :isliro from 'ihe mayoralty contest, Addi zeit to and makea for better difeitioo tlio tweeter itomnch.' II THEWATEROFQUALITYj C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Ltthbrldge, Alia presidency. His supporters are grow- ing move confident day, and they fully believe that in placing him, in the nniyor'B chair would be the best thing possible In the inter' ests of the city, The North Lethbrldge ratepayers! will meet again 'this evening and said that thoy will make arrahje- Jnients for having the various candi- u of his resignation from ftt a ,ater meetins iiving as his reason for this movo hat he wished fluid to he left 'lent- enough Unit tho man 'elected -i.o h'5 position might obtain n, majority 'ote of -the ratepayers. His decision SYKES COMMITTED ON THEFT CHARGE WINNIPEG CANADIAN CLUB Winnipeg, N'ov. At tlis annual iieeting of tlie Winn peg branch of ;iii- Uqnadian club today it was ilc- cide'l to in some form tho. Selkirk Centennial, and a will elaborate a scheme. distinguished guests entertained found J. H. Sykes was this morning com- nitted for trial at the next court of competent jurisdiction by Magistrate Ball on the charge of stealing from the pockets of Armund Hognlie moiiey and securities valued at over Only one witness, B-arnlco Johnston, called by the prosecution when the preliminary trial reopened today the main point of her evidence was -that sh'a had seen Sykes going committee through Rognllc's pockets when he was asleep and that later she had a packet of papers belonging THE NEW FLEETWOOD SCHOOL TO BE OPENED TOMORROW carefully tlio wclfnrs of their, child- rnn is considered, Rel'reslim-snts will-bo servod-by Ladies oC the St. Cyprian's -church. 'JI are Invited to ,attend. Tile program is as 'follows: 8.00 to 3.30, school open Tor inspection of vis- tors. Musical selections. A. Sinnot-t, Calgary, K E. Butchart, Edmonton, Justice Simmons, and other visiting educa- tionists, Our King, The children Addresses by local gentlemen: and refrcBhnients Musical selections. LIBERALS ILO THE into r.ext u-t'ckp the govern- ment may bring about an -earlier .ter- mination to it by forcing late sit- during the year and there is a credit to him which she hamled to Detcctin baiirfce of Officers for the en- Egan when Ira.came lo look for. them, sum; year were clecled as follows j The papers were 'found on Sunday President., W. Sanford Evans; lirst; >vrininR under a conch in the hoiiHe. vica-prea., H. M. Relriier second vicu Tue accused reKrved Ins de- pres., Uol: R. M. Thompson hon sec., R. H. Smith- treas fenee. and was allowed out on ?4000 ball, _Lwo thonsand perBonal, and two taousand in surelies. WILL PAY FANCY PRICE FOR CENTRAL SITE Montreal, Nov. L. McCrccvy of Winnipeg, who Jia.s an option on the high school property for stated that there was no hi fell in tlie arrangements for the final con- summation of the sale through any delay on his part. Me declared that the sale would be put through as soon as ihe protcstarit board of school commissioners had furnished the cessary papers and given a clear title to the property to his solicitors. 'THE LATE A. W. MoCALLUM Gait Goal 2 ton lots at per ton Pony Express Phone 632 s speakers will include Hon. V. Monk, Hon. R. Lcmieux, Hon. !L- P. Pelleticr, Hon. Dr.. Belaud, and Ottawa, Nov. the w eral caucus of the session held this nmrnlng Thomas McN'utt, of Salt- coats, was elected permanent chair- nan io succted John Tolmie of Irucc, .defeated at the last FAMOUS SOUBRETTE DEAD, Bertln, Nov. most famous sol ACED 77 Long, Ger- election.. The position in dead at Ehsrswnld, at the nge of 77 which the l.ihi'rnl party fmdB itself silc mls knowl, as a result of the ricieat of Sept. 31 of tllcrCi the. tact jv.-itli parUcular roferenco lo the im- that she founded Hie first German tte- mediate line of action the house jatre in San Francisco, in was discussed. It is possible i-hat She sallied in Bffl'lin in and be- 'Ihe debaf-e on Die address will run came a dramatic teacher. BiG RECEPTION FOR CARDINALS DESIGNATE Rome, Nov. design- ate John SI. Farley and Diomede Pal- conlo arrived here this morning nt 8.16. A large crowd of ecclastiastics had assemMecl at the station before dswn but the train containing the two American archbishops was an hour nd n qnarler late. Eoth prelates looked notwithstanding the 'fat- guo of Utah- long jqurnsy. cc- eioatiaBtics presenl Irnelt and kissed the rings of the n-ow cardinals design- Bte while many travellers and other persons about tlva station joined in emphasising the cordiality o[ re- ception. Tne funeral of A. W. McC'alluro who was killed yesterday at the Taylor Drilling Company's, premises will taK-c place tomorrow at 2.30 from Fetterly's undertaking parlors. The funeral arrangements will he in charge of ihe Oddfellows and Ihe members of ilizpah Lodge 72, of which the de- ceased .was a member, will meet at tlio hall at 1.80 p.m. .ind march in a body to the undertaking parlors. A cordial invitation is extundcti to all who wish to .take part in tlie funeral ceremonies. The Rev. Mr. Brydeo, ol St. Andrew's church, will have charge of the religious exercises. Or. Morse's Indian Root Pills are made according to a formula in use nearly a century ago among the Indians, and learned from them by Dr. Morse. Though repealed at- tempts have' been made, by physi- cians and chemists, it has been found impossible to improve the formula or the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a household remedy through- out the world for Constipation and all Kidney and Liver troubles. Thoy act promptly and effectively, and Cleanse the System cM for thvt express purpose of the nutyprally, la received vKb wonder by the, cltteens, .but he lays that U was prompted wholly desire to soo f.lie man possfb'.a n Hie cluiir -for the coming year, and vith fom- in the. field this appeared o him -to be impossible, TliG-ry ia a rumor that lie will now contest one of the alderraanic va- cancies. Mr. Oooilc will not confirm the rumor, but there is doubt that, should he do so, would be elected with a Inrg'e majority. His worth on tlie council board bas proven to the general satisfaction of the ratepayers, and every flfl'ort will i be to induce him to enter Ihe I field in an aldermnnlc capactty. Ufa' withdrawal from the council was not viewed with popular favor as ho hud a year of his term yet to "serve, and a large number o? ratepayers thought lie should have remained on the board for his full term seeking the higher office. Whether or not Mr.J3.oode will now decide to enter the field as an alder- manic aspirant once more-will like- ly be announced shortly. It well known -that he wlah-ed to, leave him- self free to tender on local improve- nent contracts, but If enough- pres- sure be brought to bear it is more than likely that h-a will back-in his old chair again next year. His retirement. leaves only three n the field, G'ao. M. Hatch, A. Stafford :and D. King. While Air.