Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
DAILY JTFRAUJ The City Bakery Phone 1181 SOLD KEKH CO. Bread Loafing Around is something you will never find in our bake shop. Our bread is so light, wholesome and good, that it is sold as soon as it reaches our coun- ters. If you try our bread or rolls, you will give up baking. Pastry and Cake are equally well prepared for you, and many a worry and moment can be saved if you purchase freely of our "delicious goodies." Better .-i bird in the bash two hats in your belfry. A man isn't necessarily harmless because he doesn't mean any harm. Host men who think they are funny re unable to deliver tiie goods. And'one war to malic a slow horse is not. to feed him. And maiiy a young man realize that he If in lovw until the Blri in the case puts him wise. A peal of bells in Kunwell church, Essex, Eng., -is rung by electricity. An appeal for funds for a new cath- edral for Liverpool has brought 165. EMPIRE STUDIO and Shooting Saloon Next Door to the New Morris Theatre, Round St. Photos Taken Day or Night By Electric Light 1.50 per doz. GERMANY FACES HOTJLECTION Hard Times, Moroccan Issue and Other Quest ions Prominent Herlln. Nov. announce mem that the Reichstag elections will be held on January IU finds the var- ious political parties ready to begin an unusual activo campaign. Indications arc that the elections will call out an unusually large per- centage of the voters, the people be-, ing discoiiUMifeil with various mat- ters. The .Morocco question percept- ibly Increased the discontent of Ilia people, and it is evident from the col- umns of many of the most loyal news- papers that a general feeling prevails that Germany has lost prestige dur- ng the controversy witli France. The high cost of many of Hie essaries of life and tne refusal of the mperial government to make any tar- ff reductions, to admit frozen meat Voin Argentine, and grant other mea- inrss of relief, has further deepened he general discontent. The bitterness caused by the pro- onged coutrovorsytoror the financial ogislation of 1S09 also remains most c-tense, and it will probably Be the lost influential factor in the elec- ions. Although there are many par- in Germany, it has seklom occur- red that the government groups ant the opposition parlies have been clearly separated. On th-e side of Hit. government are the Conservative ant clerical parties; opposed to it are the Nationalist Liberals. Radicals Socialists. Although the tbfee las named are themselves sharply divid ed. It is certain that they will assist each other in many, .districts ,.upo jrebaliots, after their own caailidat has been eliminated on the tirst vote Church is Conservative The Conservatives and Clerical, will each support the other on th'c first vote in districts where they sec that they cannot possibly thei own man. it "alread' seems practically certain that the> will suffer a severe defeat on' Jaiui ary 32th. In many extra elections held with iu the past two years heavy shrink- age of Conservative and Clerical votes was observed, and these parties have lost a number of their strong- holds to the Liberals and Socialists. The Clerical party, for example, baa lost three seats within a year on bye- elections, two to the National Liber- als and one to the Socialists... Re- cently their candidate was defeated Constance by about 1000 majority by a National Liberal, although the Jiericals had held the district uninter- for about' twenty years, and several weeks ago they lost Bussel- lorf to the Socialists after steadily lolding it since the empire was foun- ded. The Conservatives were also oust- 'd from several of their strongest constituencies by the National Liber- Radicals. Owing to this drift among the voters these parties and the Socialists enter the campaign with unusually high hopes, especially the Socialists. Siifiirtliiy, November 1! YOUR MAY BE HERE Please Read Carefully Nearly 12.0011 names were'sMlll In from all over America, and (lie interest la ken by ihe.public and tlio vsjimble suggestions received uro greatly appreciated by us. Prize cheques' are "now 'being mulled. The name "Coquitlnui" niuat be retained, however, because of the decision of the Canadian I'aclric Hallway naling the new terminals as tlio "Coquitlam Terminals." We lliavo been' notified that the tie.- station will be called Coquitlam. The townsite must certainly have the samo name as the staitioh and terminals to prevent the great confusion other- A M E wise, sure te arise. Everybody Waiite a Lot in the Townsite Of the Canadian Pacific Railway's Pacific Coait Operating Terminus at Coquitlam One of our eastern -agents sold 175 lots in one day. Total sale to date -iboft lots, but so well distributed over Greenwood. St. .Mary's Heights James' Park, ShauKhnossy and First Drvislon that a splendid selection remains'availab'le for any buyer. The second division is not to be opened for ninety days. Gigantic as was the success of the opening sale, considering the little adver Using done, it does not seem so vast when measured by the footrule of KNOW LEDGE of (Joqaitlam situation-of the purposes of the "greatest railroad corpora- tion in AniMica, whose activities are about to transform Coquitlam from a dot on the map to one of the greatest industrial centres in Western Canada Grand Trunk Pacific Terminals at Prince Rupert. Canadian Northern Pacific Terminals at Port Mann. NOW GOMES THE GREATEST OF THEM ALL, THE RAILWAY, AND ESTABLISHES AT COQUITLAM THE LAST UREVf MINUS OP THE LAST WEST. people within 3 years The building: of this great terminal city with its great harbor, its wharves, ita fac- tories, its stores, its warehouses and its, thousands of homos is our chief work. We would be foolish not to make it so, after ihe assurance given us by the Canadian Pa- cific Railway that people will be liv- ing iu Coquitlam within three years, When people are living iu Coquitlam busi- ness frontage will be worth at iensc ?500 a front foot. It would be the height of folly to sell ALL our business property now at a front foot. On this account we are reserving one-third of the thus identi- fying our interests with those of investors and demonstrating our confidence iu the new city. Prize winners in the great Coquitlam Name Contest FIRST PRIZE Florence Havering, (119 Hastings, St., Vancouver, BiC. TEN SECOND PRIZES U. 11. Seaborne, 1071 .Hare-lay Si., Vancouver, B. C. Karl, Noble, II llur block, New Westminsler. F. .1. llilliiied, li lloslyu Koad. Winnipeg.- A. S. Howes, c-o Hank of Matulltou, Iventuu, Alan. Lucy Xettlclon, P.O.Uox -I7S, Nelson, It. C. II. N. Hnindon, Clen. Del., Vancouver. B. C.-'. M. Olsou. IMO Stralhcona St., Winnipeg, Jlaii. L. Satinders. 1422 lltli Ave. W., Vancouver, .lames Wellington, n. C. A. L. llarmaii, 255 Dorothy St., Winnipeg' Jlrs. TWENTY THIRD PRIZES Uowell, loan 10th .St., Sou Diego, Cal. John A. Clark, Fairmont, Indiana. C. 11. McLeod. 91S Wellington St.. London, 'Olit. I. II. Apps. Slrawberry Hill. li. C. Mary Walker, Drummoud St.. Perth, Ontario. [1. G. Souderson, Ltox 111, Grand Valley, Out. .Miss E. G. Roberts, 2-12 15th Ave. 13., Vancouver. Blake Miller, Aylmer, Ontario. Alice Smith, 287 5th Ave., New Westminster. Mrs. A. O. Bell, Wimithorst. Sask. 4. S. Cooper, 215 Trust Savings Bill; LOB Angeles. W. M. Phillips, Brockvllle, Out. .Irs. Parr, ;H Broughto'n St., Vancouver, B. U. Dale, 7-12 Bardett Ave.. Victoria, B. C. V. G. Urine, Box 137, Costor, Alia. Jatrick 1-lcCarron, P.O. Box C5. Wallaceburg.'Ont. Whisler, 1200 Bust St., Kansas City, Mo. V. Mawhinney, Veomiius, Sask. H. Shroedor, Box 99-1. South Hill P. O., Vancouver. 1. S. Wade, Hox 1-1, Kamlo'ops, Lt. C. Facts are Convincing An interesting thing about Coquitlam is that prospective buyers become, actual buy- ers when the facts are placed before them. At first they approach the subject, as though Coquitlam was one of the backwoods sub- divisions that destroy so much good farm land. as soon as the truth dawns on them and they fully understand that the Canadian Pacific Railway is NOW ACTUAL- LY AT WORK on the beginning of its ter- minals at the deep fresh water port or Co- qultluui. and that before they are completed SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS will have been spent to provide steady and permanent em- ployment for five thousand men, iho work of closing the sale is child's play. Kive of the largest banks in Canada have already, made application for double comers. This is very significant when it is remembered that CHARTERED BANKS CANNOT-. SPECU- LATE IN HEAL ESTATE.; Opening Pricos: up from Business lots, average, each, Easy terms. Tear Send Today The Coquitlam Terminal Co., Ltd., 328.Leigh-Spencer Block, .Vancouver, B. C. Without.cost, liability or obligation on my part, send Cull particulavs, maps, etc., of tine Pacific Coast: Operating Terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway, opening prices of lots in the coming industrial centre of Coiiuitlam, etc. NAME ADDRESS Send for this Free book To-day Here is a book more thrilling than absorbing than any play thai was ever staged. -In its pages yon read in plain, easily-uuderstood language about the growth of a new city, with.its lactones, stores.-homes and a new pori, with miles and miles of wharves, and commerce radiating to the four corners of. the, earth. Tlio writer fires .vour 'imagin- ation as he pictures vividly .how- the upbuilding of Coqnlllam will enable the Canadian 'Pacific Railway to maintain on the Pacific Coast that supremacy over its rivals .which it enjoys afeewhare m it adequately arms Vancouver to outstrip Seattle, Portland. Los Angeles and San Francisco, -as the world city of the Pacific. Best of all. this book lells clearly how YOU can profit by this activity, how you can shave iu tho city's prosperity and benefit by its growth bother you be working man or capitalist, wo want you to have a copy of this book the maps and other literature graphically describe Cocjuitlarn and the great things being done and lo be IrfaTid yo" any to got a oopy', the coupon, COQUITLAM TERMINAL CO., LTD. Leigh-Spencer Block. V.ncpuv.r, B. C. I Never Knew I never knew Mia art required To try an egg; And it has always made To find a dreg Within my morning's coffee cup; And 1 have spurned My breakfast if I got up To find it turned. never knew how much of art It takes to broil A beefsteak to delight the heart And not 'to spoil I'be 'luscious flavor of the meat; And German fried Potatoes seemed a simple feat Until I tried. never knew the great finesse A cook muflt show; never even -tried to guess, But now I know, "or while my wife has been away I ran the shack ml did the cooking! Hip, hooray! She's coming back! n'd never more 111 make complaint If toast is burned ml coffee to have a taint; For I have learned y sad experience and rude And bitter amart hat even cooking breakfast food Is quite an art. Evening News. Nlova ficotia (oa1 mines employ Milwaukee journeymen barbers' un ion decided -that all barber coats'now furnished by supply companies must bear the nnion .laboi, otherwise the barbers will buy their own bearing the union label.. coats Lancashire, and Cheshire, Eng., coal fields employ min- ers. The federated shoe trades on the slates' liave set maiimiim hours for i 'working week for child- ren: The international motders' union Norfolk and Western railroad lias ports a total increase new contract with an in- jfor, the quarter of .of Brte, Pa., hav membership since Mayl secured crease of 1 1-2 cents, hour for all mechanics and wipers pemlitnre in sick same period of Carpenters doubled thei-i I, A school in which pupils are pre- membership i pared for a career in industrial and with an ax-'jdocorntlve art. is one of the features! lit for thai of the German state educational Jtem. DIAGRAM FLOOR OF HOUSE OF CQMMONS TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS If a young man -klflles a girl on the iNik once, the next time he trlan 11 h'iT lips will get in the way and stop Mm. _" No matter how much s womin I loves her husbsnil, It plessrs her to bear thst some other man swlrt nice about her. Bolng willing some, but It Is getting bnsy Hint counts'.' No doubt Ihere lire, cheerful givers did you over nee one? A womsn'i love letter Is two-Hindu Imagination and one-th.lrit hysteria. In order to live s men must work If he only soitiehody else.