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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 3. 10.11, TUB LBTIfBltrPGB DAILY We have boon appoint.oi1. agents .for Leth- h ridge, anil district for The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and lic.s an Advisory .lioard in this nity, so dial loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP Lois 34. and 35. Block 26, Duff Addition, near Queen 'Victoria Park, on water sewer, at the pair. Terms. R. V GIBBONS CO. NEW DAYTON'S DANDY CROP Harvesting Returns Show the Yield to be Very High New Dayton, Oct. go lo show that New Dayton's grain crop this year will outdo that of'al the other districts south ol Loth- Ige. This district led at the. be- ginning of harvest by about three weeks and had it not been that wel weather interfered, all the grain read-: would have been threshed. As t is, the likelihood is that both grade and yield will be the he! ,hc south. The Iowa Farm is ship- ling from Well's Silling and the vheat is grading No. 1, while the oats are bringing 9 cents a bushel nore than market price. J. W. Kry ;hreshcd 2.075 bushels of oats from 10 acres, within a few pounds of 104 'Ushels per acre. Ft.' W. Risirigcr ad oats that threshed out 10 bushels per minute by time averaged at the ;rain spout. Forslan Bros, did the hreshing. All the fall wheat on the arm of Thos. Mclviiy averaged over bushels. Spring wheat will be ch beltet. These arc only a few xamples of big yields that came un-j Facts About Motherhood The experience of Motherhood is a tryitiff one to moat women and marks illstinctlyan epoch in theirlivus. A'ot one woman in a liun- 'clrcd. is prepared or understands how to for her- self. Of course near- ly every woman now. allays has in e. (1 i e a 1 'treatment at the time- of child-birth, but rnanr approach the experience with an organism unfitted for the trial of slreriulli, and nhen tiic strain is over her system IMS received a shock from winch it is iinrci to recover. Follow- ing right iipon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming a happy and healthy mother of rl-.ll. Iren, and indeed child-birth under right PiNCIIER CREEK COAL SUPPLY conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The nnexplainable thing is that, with all (be evidence of shattered lerves and broken health resulting Frpm an unprepared condition, wonien vill persist in going blindly to the trial. It isn't as though the experience came upon them unawares. They have ample time in which to prepare, lint they, for the most part, trust to chance FOB SALE Tiint most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungfiluw, standing on two 631 L3th St. South (Westminster Toi-ins arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY SHERLOCK e under the patronage of the Mayor of Raymond, Sir. IS. S. Young. The irogram is partly arranged. R. A. Marry Lander ot Ray- Compound makes women normal, healthy, and strong. Any woman wlio would like speclnl advice In regard to tills matter is oorrtjally Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkimm nt Lynn, Mass. Her letter will beheld in coniideuee. I'lnchcr Creek, Oct. fuoi question became one of serious con- lidiiralion here about a week ago, the demand coal greully exceeding the supply on h.iml. I'riviuo individuals are now making efforts to secure themselves against a fuel famine this winter by procuring coal Irom a dis- tance. Tin- scarcity of coal [or the local market has given rise to the t suinpljoiKof coal mining in the imme- diate neighborhood of town. .1. Clor- lon and some others are sinking a shaft in coal location' about a mile and a half from town, while Hugh J'.cKinnon is now working on the old Christie vein, some miles from here. Doth these enterprises expect to have coal for sail; here in a very short inic. While commenting on the coal situation, it js reported here that! tons of coal have been BREEZY BUDGET FROM STIRLING Stirling, Oct. Rob- ertson, (Jleason, I'erltins and Watson, were guests of 0. Dcgener at a duck supper at the Prairie Queen Hotel ast Wednesday. Miss Watson was a visitor at iridgc this week, guest of Mrs. L. .tindy, going on Saturday and. re- -uriiiijg Tuesday. A. Hoacb. of the Union Bank of -anada stalT, has returned .from a loilJay spent in Calgary. Mr. Beat- .ie, who was. noting manager in Mr. loach's absence, returned to Lcth- ridge. Miss Robertson, of the Stirling caching staff, in the absence of Miss .'afcion, presided at the organ at the hurch service on Sunday. Definite announcement of the clos- ig of the Union Hank branch at by the Heaver Creek company to the Stirling has been made. The cement works at Calgary. This sale is said to include (he dump at Heav- er Creek for the last three years. A meeting for the reorganization of the public school cadets look place last week in fbc school building, but was not as largely attended hoped for..-An -cnortvw1ll be made to secure a room for drillin, cs. for use of the cadets Un- purpos- meeting lakes place this to Raymond fov such purchases and are every day showing the wisdom of large being able lo select .from stocks. Now Duyloii has a new school and a new teacher. In keeping with the aforesaid, 'there should be a new Another week. 0" Squadron, 23rd A. R.. are ar- ranging to hold ils. second annual nilitary hall in the opera bouse on "riday evening, Oct.ober 27th. The nail giver, by our soldier boys last year was one of the best and most representative'held that .season. It is likely to he a more successful event this yca.r. An additional policeman is engaged ALEXANDRA ADDITION Lots I to 10. Blk. Lots 1 to 10. Blk. 28......... Lots 25 to ,10. Blk. 10 Lota r, to 12. Blk. 14....... Lots 35 lo tli......... Lots 19 and 20. Blk. J200 each Sano each S300 each each S300 each S300 each Wilkie Kerr 'is- INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R. 4 Office.. MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm lands and city property. CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE One lot in Duff Addition, on water and sewer, cash, balance per month. Two lots. Block 90, }52B each; terms. 73x12.-; feet on 2nd Avenue with SttlOO house, fully modem J7000; terms. THE C. li. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Phone terest, school life. Every child of Unos, the mond, is to sing, arrayed in a High- land kilt. Miss Dorothy Young, win- school age should be sent to school ner of first prizes for soprano solos i at the beginning of the that in the musical festivals this year ail classes may not be interrupted by Hay-mom! and Cardston, will comers alter the work is begun these same solos at New Dayton on Oct. 12th. Vaughan, the noled baritone and winner of contests at Cardston. Magralh, Raymond, Clares- holm and Edmonton, will also hi present aad :take part. The afl'ai promises to .he one of the best evei Siren in New Dayton. Isaac Stifflcr, of Carthage, Mo. A'lto has been visiting his daughter Airs. II. R. Johnson, of the Iowa 'arm, for the past three months, turned .to his home yesterday via .cthhriJge, Portal and Minneapolis, ilrs. -Johnson and the girls accom- Insure Your Grain Grain and Eleva- tor Insurance written at current ratet See H.J.H.Skeith Phont 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hold "CHEAPER FOOD" RIOT Poland, Tlrare wan a "Cheaper Food" riot dl rcctofl agnliut Jews In tho suburbs of lhi> city today. Three and twf imports is being maintained. total customs for the month were an increase of Sl.- over Septembwr of lasl year. For the fiscal year the customs rev- enue has totalled an in- crease of or n'sarly oire million dollnis per month. The new administrations win lake office with trade and revenue, Increasing at. the most rapid rate in tho hinlory of Canada and with the way paved fi nnothor hujvc surplus at the cl05.y of j the fiscal year. Ie was onp of the main of vlw famous million was guinea fund for the building of I be Coin great Methodist Church in Weslmiu- steer. Dr. Fitchom occupies the position of bead of ths .Methodist Church In Australia and lias achieved renown as an educationalist and wrltor. Sir George Smith who lives in the of England, is one of lhe prom- inent laymen in the church. Mrs. Nols Nelson, Miss Delia .Nel- J. Brandlcy were Visitors to Lctbbridgc on Monday of last week. Miss Trikette, of last term's Stir- ling teaching staff, is this term leach- ing ai Shepherd, near Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Allen, of Wrox- eter, Onf... who have been touring the west and north, slopped1, off to visit Mr. and Miss Watson'on Tuesday of ast week. Mrs. Karuse, sister of Miss Per- kins, arrived home on Monday of last week and went out to the farm ,011' Tuesday. Damon's team ran away from the lievalor the other day. The opening ot the elevator door scared them, anrl their clash Mr. Damon was thrown out and his face cut. The team made a visit to nearly nil the back yards in town ami were finally caught out near Arch -Jeffries' farm. Considerable wheat is coming in to the elevator, but is not grading very high. The rain and frost of lhe past liar rest season is telling On the wheat crop. Peugally and Perkins are this week delivering grain. Quite a number of travellers have heen Iransferring from the Cardston branch to the south-bound train (hcse clays. Many ot then; London, Sept. Hon. ry Chaplin, Unionist -M. P., for Wim- bledon has issued a manifesto point- ing out. that the victory of luiperlal- iasm in Canada was essentially a triumph for Imperial "What Is England going to da ire asiig mention. Stating that she oeght lo respond in a clear voice to --the- aenllraent nf Canada as at the polls by carrying through a pol- icy of Imperial Preference. ariroes would help rid England of the curse of unemploy- ment by securing 'better and larger marksta for British goods in tho Do- minion. London, Sept. Spectator in ah.editorial, with rler in his unexpected and crJiiUng defeat after he has been for owly twenty years ths "Greatest Canadian of his time." It asserts that th'e of the Dominion called by "new gods" and followed them. The Spectator predicts that some day free; trade will be asked for and ac- capted by Canada from tbt States. are excursion- Cilv last week Ukinc, orders tor millinery. One needs hut to gaze on the head- gear lo know that New Dayton nril- linory is not bought in Ibis way. Thn Wins have been going'to the city or MOST IMPRESSED WITH CANADA London, Oct. Sheffield Choir which visited Canada last May, has arrived back In London after com- pleting its circuit of the globe. Dr. Harris, the organizer, announced that the trip resulted in a net loss of 000 in money. The choristers' nnnii- moualy agreed that Canada was the dominion which impressed them' most avbrably. Ixilld praises of tho enter- )riecs of Canada are being dissemin- ilcd by the singori. Neil to Carmcla hey acclaim South Africa the most regressive of the oveneaa Dominions. Australia and Now Zealand are voted low and unprogresfilve in comparison and South Africa. I.F.ROWIANO BUYERAND' SIT1PPEK OF GRAIN For Uic Grain Growci's' Grain or Winnipeg See him before you soil nlhers and. you will save money You can Imv shares in l.liis com- pany. OFFICES AT MARSHALL HARDWARE STORE, WARNER, ALTA. ists en route for .Salt Lake Utah. The last Sunday of October has hecn finally decided upon as the dale for the anniversary services at (he church. A duck supper will be. given by the Ladies' Aid .Society on the evening, Thanksgiving Day. The supper will he served in (lie din- ing room of Ihc Prairie Queen Hotel, after which a programme will gin-n the church. SYDNEY HIT BY TERRIFIC STORM Sydney, .V.S.W., Oct. l.-A terrific wind and rain storm which passcc >ver tliis city last night caused iniicl lam.igc to shipping and property, wires'were blown down am he city is in complete, darkness. One Icath occurred as the result of crson coming contact with a live vire. Considerable damage was done shipping, (here being several chonners ashore on the harbor front morning. The schooner Corona- ion was blown Irom hw moorings car the pier, on to tho Iwnch at .'slamount, while other vessels are o be seen nt different points on the trathlorne is reported ashore at lore below lhe city. Tho steamer astcra Harbor, and the steamer ridgewnlcr has gone to her 160 acres im- proved near Kipp Only cash balance easy W.R.DOBBIN 3107thSt. Lcthbridge A SNAP 7 lots, rornor of 7th. avenue Bouth, (London Road) and 21st street, tor including lot forty-ono feet. Terms. The Dowsley Muthern Land Co, Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;