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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ,Tbe Letkbridge f 1910 is the most 1 you can buy. LEAF will make a cup 'Jof cocoa rich, fragrant, nutritious the delicious flavor that Is characteristic of Cowan's. COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. 132 TO KEEP PRICE We are making a specialty of our during the foil and .winter We Excel in Bros. GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Gut" Flowery Roses, Car nations. lily of the Valley. And other Flowers in sea- son. Designs, "Wed- ding Bouquets' and Plants "of till kinds for sale-and-to-rent. Free delivery to all parts of the city. OF LUMBER UP Mountain Millmen JHold Convention to Decide on Course Nelson, Oc-t. it will be necessary for-the production of the mountain lum.ber mills to be consider- ably curtailed for the remaining months ot if 10 that the existing pric- es'will be maintained, and that dras- tic measures may be taken to meet I the competition from the American j lumbermen are enabled owning to the unprotected Canadian market to dumt) common lumber in the prairie GRHATY.M.C.A. CONVENTION International Gathering to Be Held in City of Toronto One of the great Conventions to be held Canada during 1910, will be Associations of North America, which will gather in Toronto {rom j October 28 to 31, 1910. j Every Canadian city possessing a j y.M.C.A. or looking forward to hav- one wni nct only be interested in ConveDtiOD.- but will in all prob- ability send "large delegations to it. GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Bartlett" and London Road: Phone 675. P. 0. Box 1353. lion of the Mountain Lumbermen, r -f r. t lecturers' Association held jCiteiuav. i'thus be-a remarkable ami representa- The meeting was one of the, most tjvc.gathering ei- VJen closelv connect- larsely attended ever held in the city j wjth au institution that has been and most of the great lumber nanu-! called one of the great religio-civic facturiiig companies were represented, j organizations of .the century. It is The demand has suffered a serious expected that fifty visitors from the" setback during the past sixty days; British Isles will be among the nirm- and while the British Columbia her, while several of the European t-ain mills enjoyed a good business j countries will- send representatives, during the-first six months of the j In addition, all the'great countries of the crop scarcity in the prairies j the Orient -will have_ delegates pres- t was'followed by a marked de-; cut, through.their Y.M.C.A. secretar- i crease in the demand for the product..lies' or otherwise. The output for-the rest oi 1910 will j The last Convention of the Y.M.C. S fall considerably short, of the milling Of America, held in Canada was IT YOUB DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO PROVIDE FOE THE FUTURE. A LITTLE MONEY WISELY IN TESTED IN WILL BRING YOU DOLLARS Insure your earning time is coming when'you" should have something for future When labor as represented by. your salary, will not take care of.you. YOU MUST FACE THE CONDITIONS OF OLD AGE What better' prospects can picture than the ownership of a choice tract -with suitable buildings ia East Coleman? Here is independence for youth and a pension for old age, with, a produc-ins. capacity sufficient, to meet all wants pf self and family. Invest now waiie lots are LARGE LOTS LOW PRICES EASY TERMS Thomas' Crah'an, Owner, Michel, B. C. Joe Grafton, Agent j capacity 'of the mountain ms. The Anti-Protectioa Kick PRINCE ALBERT CHIEF OF POLJCE" !N TROUBLE CANADIAN NORTHERN CHANGES ITS ROUTE Winnipeg has been learn eel here that the Canadian Northern nne now in course ,of construction northwesterly from North "Battlefcrf. wiii ibe diverted to the west to con- nect with the Yellow-head Pass line at at. Ai'bert, north of Edmonton, and win form a section main_trans- continental line. The roa-d will open up a magnificent farming' country be- tween .North JBattleford'-and St Al- bert. Fnnce Albert. Oct. .con- clusion of the cross examination o! tne chief of McDermott, tor and against him addressed the po- lice committee with respect to the ciiarges against that official. Repro sentatives of the press were "then or- dered out of the room and the com- mittee proceeded to -deliberate as to a reporjgon the matter. It 'is'expect- 'eil report will lie presented to the council on' Monday evening. away "back" in Wonderful has beenlthe growth, of. the Association The question of the kick, oi protec- 1 since that, time, until today 'there are ,tion for the dumping of low. "grade nearly, one members n American lumber in the prairie prpv-i Associations in fifty countries, of five inces was taken up. It was decided continents. that a committee should be appointed i" The meetings -will be held in Mas- "to so .fuily irLto matter and re- j sey Hall, 'and the. themes to be dis- port on the best measures to be adopt i cussed will be oi practical moment to I ed for' the protection of the interests the higher 'life of the nation. The pro- i ot the association. A .prominent ..gramme will, moreover, exemplify the i member said the Canadian prairie widespread nature oi the Associa- i provinces are made the dumping i tion' s .activities as they touch the 'ground for the surplus lumber from; young manhood of ..the land, in city, "the United States, while the manvi-jtown and in the shop and facturers are now considering a school and homo; as they relate them scheme for meeting this condition selves to the soldier, sailor or emi- which may involve a drastic depar- 1 granu; to ..the industrial work'er, the ture from" the established practice of and miner, the railway {wholesalers.- It is well known that i all and conditions of j British Columbia is probably the best men corae within, "the purview cf this customer that Alberta has 'for many j man-making, institution. I of her products and by the profits of i The therefore, bids fair j the lumber industry in this province to be a highly important one, and its j the people of the prairie provinces conclusions will be followed with -deep j gain far greater advantages than, any j interest. which; may accrue tc them through HARROD'S WILL BUILD STORE IN TORONTO cently returned'from an extended tripj j aoroacL. ana who Is" in a .position, to i Know, stated -positively to-night that the purchaser of .the property at Carl- ton and Yonge strtets, around the sale of Tvhich speculation has been busy for many none other thars of -London, England is'otning is to 'be done ia the build- jing line this year, but it is authorita- tively stated tnat next spring the (work of demolition the structures j on the ground will begin and that tnere will be constructed a great de- partmental store, modelled after the I magnificent structure in Irondon a palatial Hotel will go. up in conjunc- tion with it. bad sre'somc stipation. The mild; reliable remedy is Tfcey cofltwn .theilrtMTi dfacoYcred and best emptios the iijfr slightest discomfort 4ss- the rest of the doses are not Boocawrf- 25c. National Cfeemicid Cwpniy LimilxA. PROHIBITION REGULATION SOCIAL PURITY CONVENTION BEING HELD IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Oct. "big. social purity convention opened ftere .this morning, '-with delt-gates 'present 'from HAS BEEN parts of the-United j HUDSON'S BAY -COMPANY'S LAND SALES London, Oct. land sales of tne Hudson's Bay Company for tlw quarter, ending. Sept. 20, amounted tc as compared, with lor the same, period last year. having lumber on the free list.. Toe. congregation of Canton street, St. Andrew's Toronto, ex- Theodore P. Bailey, of Philadelphia tended a unanimous call to Rev. Pro kept, up a conversation with his fata- lessor Law to become pastor, ily ior twenty-seven minutes after his pulse had stopped and communicated with his daughter for eighteen min- utes longer before death. ended the ei- I Ottawa, OcL proclamation iias been gazetted removing from the j operation of rne -provision of the crim inal code .wnich prohibits the sale oi liquors within jHve'rmiles of, a newly constructed railway, the municipalit- ies of JLatuque, Que., and Latuque states, included-in the lia.t of speak- ers are some of the .most prominent workers for the Improvement 'of. soc-. ial conditions especially in cities. .The -visitors were .welcomed.' by the Kev. j. -L. Gordon, who paid particular attention to the situation in Winnl- wireiess communication was main- jiraiis, QUP.. and Transcona, Man. The peg with regard to the elimination .of tamed yesterday between. a land sta- reason given is that the districts in ytce. He attacked. Mayor Evans and tion m England, and. an aeroplane ir. question have now munici-pal govern- unief of Police McCrae for their at- presenf lairs. He, said amofig .'office.' tnings olfidal who afimitfefl; his to unfit to iold iis position. COLEMAN ELECTIONS HBUJ Oct. -The -elections for tne first- tcwn -coancil take place on Wednesday. The canoictafes: For JJavId Hyslop. For -B; William Evans Robert Holmes, Henry J-r.-nes, J. O. ''Mac-: A. JM. Robert JLorraine was flving. titude towaras tbe enforcement of the HARRY CLEVELAND, Manager UNUSUAL. PLAY OF THE AGE A OF MOST NOVEL REMAKKA'BLE PEODUCTIOXS EVER PJS.ESEXTED IX LETKBRIDGE TO-MORROW NIGHT Mabel Tallifeno's New York Success The Play That Made Her Famous In One Nigkt OF 13 Y ONE OF THE MOST CAPABLE TTOHPO i S Vi. xDID our arve A PLAY FULL OF HEART INTEREST. PATHOS, COMEDY EXCELLENT CLIMAXES. PRODUCED WITH FULL SCENIC EQUIPMENTS CLOWJSTS, I AOEOBATS, SIDE SHOWS, EOKSES, IS PACT EVEET NECESSITY TO MAKE IT COMPLETE DONT MISS-THESE TWO BIG PRODUCTIONS A Play That Will Please Botk Young and Old _____ TO-MORROW NIGHT. ;