Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Why not a VICTROLA for Christmas Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. 61 Limited BECOBDS Robertson's Book .Store Phone 1265 New Whitney Block For sale by the Mason Risch Piano Co. Dominion Building Phone 791 RAILWAY ROUTES -APPROVED BY MINISTER In addition to those published yes- terday, the following western lines have been authorised by the Minister of. Railways: Alberta Central: Line revision be- tween Rocky Mountain House and Yellowhead Pass and brancli to Big Horn coal fields Esquimau and Nanaimo Railway: .Black Creek to Duncan Bay. G. T. P. Railway: Canora to Etoi- :Diama. C. N. 11: R'avisiou of Yorkton-Hud- eon Bay Junction line O. T. P. Railway: Moose Jaw, north 'westerly revision. G. T. P.: Mountain Park Coal branch. Pacific and Peace liivcr Railway: From Bella Coola or Dean Channel, '.B. C., to Donovan. Pacific Northern and Omenlca Rail- way: Line from sixth to fifth merid- ian, via Pine Pass, Edmonton, Dunvugan and B. C. Rail way: Edmonton to Dunvegan, via Lesser Slave Lake, approved, all but entrance to Edmonton. G. T. P.: Branch Lines Co., revision from Edsou northerly to Pacific North ern and Omenica Railway. G. T. P.: Branch Lines Co., Lazero to Edgier and Lebret. C. P. R.: Tautallon to Dysart. C. N. R.: Branch Lines Co., Craven to Yorkton. C. N. 'R.: Branch Lines Co., Craven northeasterly -towards Hudson Bay Junction. Central and H. B. Railway: Revision of line 'from II. S3, B. 30 to Transcontinental Railway. C. N. R.: Sudbury-Poj-t Arthur line, revision in district of Algoina. C. N. R.: Revision in districts of Al- goma and Thunder Bay. Necessity is the mother of inven- tion and matrimony is the mother of contention. No, Cordelia, not all medical stud- ents are snobs because thwy tut pco- dead. Putting Life in A Man's Suit IB what it means .when you keep your clothing cleaned at this establishment, but It is death to clothing bills. Every stilt cleaner! by irs has the elegance of a freshly tailored suit. Spots, grease, Rhino and hnggy wrinkles am per- tnanenlly eradicated when defined at Crown Cleaning Works Oppotltt Church SUNDIAL Sundial, Nov. Roberts 'lins gone to Lctlihridco. Mr. and Mrs. O. McDanicl and family are visiting their (laughter, Mrs. past week. Thov inteiul to Uic States to ki! future home, soon. Mr'. Cnnion has mover! his tliresh- ing outfit to Mr. Logan's anil in- to thresh his stacks. lit. and Mrs. Logan and family call- mi On Mr. Walter Matthews and fam- ily Saturday evening. Quito a lot of grain i.s left stand- ing in the shocks in this locality. Jesse Davis, of liarney, is visiting at his sister's this week. Mr. and Mrs. McUanirls and daugh- ter, Heniii-r, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Keller- man anil family spent Sunday evening at the home of Walter. Mattliews. August Kcllcrmaii has returned for the winlf-r. Tlie farmer.i who liavu threshed are hnsy hauling grain. Mike I.uco made a trip to Taller this week. Mr. Kellerman and Mr. Main went after-coal to the ncw coal mine last week. TURKS SEND.OUT .MORE ROSY NEWS Constantinople. Nov. news papers here profess to have informa- tion which. enables them to predict' onc-B more that Tripoli will shortly bi) retaken hy the Tirrks. The Italians, they say, are in a. deplorable position owing to the rain. The floods swept away a whole battalion with -toe ex- ception of thirty men, and they are unable to land reinforcements and [provisions because of the had weath- An Italian cruiser is stranded at Benhazi. The Porte lias dhwcted her Ambassadors to inform the powers that Italy is preparing for operations In the -Aegean Sea, in which event i Turkey will be compelled to take de- fensivs measures which will interfere with neutral commerce, bn', for Turkey will not bo respoiislb'ra. Scotch, Irish and English songi at Big Popular Concert tonight at the Majestic Theatre. But the busy, musical director has plenty of time. Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy Ever Used fitopi Even Whooplno Cough Family Supply for funcJtd If ft NOW WHAT CAN THIS OUTUREAK SIGNIFY Amsterdam. the Prince Consort ;imi several courtiers were hunting near Itefr'path wns suddenly barret! by a score of I-a- borera carrying spurlos. One who liail a gun refused to allow thtt Royal party j to pass, and they wp'ro obliged to re- j irn-ro thnir slops. They were follow-! ed by hlHaos and shouts from tn results. Thu genuine Ii guaranteed to glvu f-atisfscilot or money refunded, Orllflcata ol giiar- nntoo fa wrapped In sach package. You) ilrugnlsl I'lnex, or will Bct U for you If no i., wind to PLMX Co., Toronto OVERSEAS TO HAVE CLUB ROOMS Will Likely buy old Cale- donian Hall for the Sum of That tho Overseas Club purclinsc the Caldlonlun Hall oa ICin'nUi St., from the Caledonian Stwiety nt. a cost of (6300, the same to include tho price of a piano and other necessary lixtim-s to lhl! in Boml condition for the purposes for which it mipht be used, thv rmmi.- Diemlatiou placed before the special meeting. oF the elnb mumhcrs at St. AiiETUstin's hall last night by the spe- cial coniirtittt'c selected at the anmial some time ago to report on club for the organisa- tion. The report of the speeial committee brought forth some discussion from the members as Io the desirability of the proposed site. Some of the mem- bers opposed tiie recommendation on the ground that a large percentage 0( the members would not ho in favor of it, while others, including AM. Sage thought that the building being so old would not be suitable in any event. However, the report. was placed in the hands of the chairman of the meeting, E. A, Cunningham, with the recommondation that ii be adopted, and a majority vote oi the members present decided on this course. K. A. Smith was pae of the prime movers of tlu; report, and in the :ourse of his remarks stated that I[ j the club was to enjoy its fullest mea-j sure of usefulness, it was absolutely necessary that permanent headnjuar-1 tors be provided for Mie menvutrs. Me j said further that the committee pro-: posed that the club be run under a charter, so that a license might be; granted for the sale of liquors to tiie. members, but in that event they .yould lay down very strict rules for tfie government of the members, and anyone over-stepping the bounds oi the rules laid down for the govern- ment of the place would be severely dealt wilh. Part of Uie same committee were -therefore delegated to canvass the members to ascertain the amount of financial backing, the proposition might be expected to receive, the committee to report at -i meeting to be called some time in the near, fu- ture. It is believed that there should be no trouble in securing the necessary financial support to carry the p'rogram laid down success- fully. An Infantry Battalion In his report on the desirability of forming a ride association to take up the work oi the rjtlc- club, Mr. Smith stated that, there seemed to be some difficulty in getting the ne- cessary support to such an under- taking He was of the opinion that tiie only way the matter could bo handled properly would be. to have the "club take up the proposition of forming an infantry battalion in the city, so that the rifle association might he run in connection with it. He asked that all those in favor of such a proceeding, luiaid in their names to the secretary of the club, so that the matter might, be br.oadi- ed to the militia Authorities. Dr. Stewart, M.P.P., was present, and in connection with this matter said that- he thought the authorities at Ottawa were considering the advis- ability of establishing an infantry battalion here, but that in case it was established, be did not; think it could bo organized in connection with any cluii. H-ourever, :it was the duty of the club to do all in its power to help the movement along. Until such time as this may be accomplished tile cliib will ask Unit the rifle club curliip- 'inent bo left here for the use of the associntion. At the special meeting to be called later the club will lake up the mai- ler of moving picture films, and the report, of the special commKlee selected to consider the matter will be dealt wilh then. Essential to Comfort Warmth Is essential to com- fort As you grow older, it is hardly less essential to health. Get a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, and you keep warm and com- fortable in your home, no matter what the weather without. The Perfection gives a strong, widespread heat, and gfvw il quickly. It is always ready (or use and burn3 nine hours on single more than a lamp. It can be carried tnywhcrt; no no wires, no fluei; no tmoke, odor or dirt The complda Mlufaction. J This Perfection ii finished in either UtM wmmet or plain 4tfl.lt; flfehl light and yrt ihonfand durable ai can All cleaned. Automalic-Uwkuig fiime ipreMler ffcvenlt efcfywtwre; wiiu to acncr of The ImpcrUl Oil Company, Limited LATE CANADAIN NEWS Dr. ,1. Alway, oC Grhnsby, is rleird, aged 7C. Tlios. Elliott. oC Gait, died sudden- ly, aged liO. Mimics Bros.' shingle mill at Work date, wns burned, loss Win. 'Low, of Port Dover was run down by a train and lost a leg. Montreal Harbor Commissioners fa- vor a Canadian Lloyd's Insurance Co. Cltns. K. Buchanan, a Brantford ac- countant, dropped dead on the s-'.reet Herman Affeldt, fanner, of Centre- ville, was acquitted on a charge o'f arson. liobt. Phillips a Windsor laborer, was Killed on his first day's work in Detroit. Parents of Miss Mabel Bricelaml, if Watertown, N.V-, are searching for her iu Kingston. Edward Wallls. of Millbrook, Is dead, tlis result of a kick from a horse which had got r. leg vmtangleti in n buggy whqel. 'Kingston carried a bylaw fo guar- antee n bond issue of for :i new hotel, but opponents claim a 'Hiirfl majority is ncc-essaTy, and that was not secured. The Orange Hall, at Mnrlbnnk, Out, was burned. Chatham will vote on local option in January. Brantford will have labor candi- dates for council In every ward. vote in1'January -on making the "hotel license fee j Hon. W. S. FiehHng will spend a 1-year in Europe and then re-enter pol- itics. Smallpox has broken out" in Uie Coruish Construction Co. camp at South Porcupine. London, Out... will double -the pre- sent street lighting. It will three ,or four years. The census shows' a decrease throughout Middlesex county, save in the city oi London. Table Silver Grace, beauty and qualityl arc all combined in silver articles marked This brand, known as "SilverTlafc that Wears' is made in the heaviest grade of plate. There are many designs from j which to chooBe.j by Leading NEWS FROM THE OLD HOME Belleville citizens will vo-to on the Question of reducing the aldermen from 21 to JO. Chas. K. Lowell, a well-known ]to- Iclman in western Ontario, is dead, at HrantWrt, aged 87. Chas. 'Johnston a C.P.R. brakoman, of Schriebar, stepped In Front of an engine and was killed. Daniel Nims, a negro, with bright red hair, was attested ai Montreal, charged with a muiiier in Florida. Nicholas Haynes was found guilty tit Montreal of attempted murder, having shot a woman'three times. Kingston ratepayers will vote In January, on Uve quest ion of taking Ontario Hydro-electric power. The. Duke of Connaught will be in- vited -to lay the cornerstone (ft the new AlasoniCjTcmpte, in London. Isaac 'ciehl, foreman wi'h the Na- tional Furniture Co., Bec'in, was whirled around tho belting and killed Samuel Reid, of the Kingston Whig, lias been a priniter for 57 which have been with the '.Yhis. A portion. Of tho foundation wail ot the old' Kingston jail unearthed by men excavating for a noit office. Montreal Chambre do wants the Georgian Day canal, and Montreal extension of the O.T.F rail- way. Makes your hair grow long, heavy and luxuriant and we can prove it TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Faint heart ne'er eecapccl fair wid- ow. J.i.-Col. Stewart, on return from command of the 13th Kegimom, Kcli'cvlllc, wan presented with a gold handed cans. John Williams, :med claiming To t-j as his horn wis sentenced 'levllle to six months ftir thuft of an overcoat. 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