Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
I, [OH. _THK LF JK IMIXV Pice? SON OF SINGLE TAX AUTHOR ELUCIDATES THE THEORY jU.S. Congressman Im- pressed a Lethbridge Audience To Hio ellUeils of I.etlibrldge, who uu the welfare of the city at heart, nnil especially to those who ore Icrostoil In the system of known ru tho siujjle lux Luxation syst which In one of the irawer who owns purl, of which made the value of flint piece of ft wan mail? by the Society of tile Ill-inn In ll.'j cons.-siiialty. U wtis IN! j BOciety wlilcb iniido that land nil reel- hw. Therefore, tile moil who In.'lde Unit, land rin.> In vnltie by their own mail-made bimlnesu mil houses should the benefit of what limy have for tbe 'other man who idly and blti land rise In and they should net that buna-1 movements IbroiiBbout the world, ,s by Henry George, congress- j to ami Ihiilr i man of .New York, at its Y.M.U.A.. affonfcd nn excellent op- it. is ing more nil'l more Into favor. Speculntorn Affected Mr. George then on to show flint ll-.'j la.Mition of land values Is a i Ills land, ihus bcnefittiug the coi miinity, hut who holds II In '.nrjic i blocks, until the little fellow, nigh portnully lo leant something about tiic inovomciit from :i niau wlio has ftifdlosi the (jiiestiou in every plniso, and on-a who Is considered un author. ity in 'jf-nnomic questions in two con- fairly large and re- 3 audience, which hud tho liiejisiii'o of Untuning io Mr. wont with a much clearer con- Icepiion.cr Ihe sf.li.icet, not onlv from s llv WAS EXCITEMENT -1 u os ,lllght Prer-nce, increases the a ll.iel- IN THE PRESBYTERY lllc cUUell lhs 'I from the broader standpoint of acconliiiB io Us value, and Mr. Resigns. Rather than i ot who Ulc specnlnlor will he compelled to Bs'Friendly with Higher Critic j woull, Iool, .ut ln M ,la throw his bind for use or ylse Hnllfax. N. S.. Oct. heresy i phases, as IbeV miuhl relate to llio il east! in Ihe I'rosbytery of- I Inlifax i of the whole llu> to heeomtr exciting. Rev. o-oorge's Ireitlmont of his ;jlr. Nlcholion, of "Dartmouth, was cril- I muBferly, and Ihroughotit l..v 11 ma.iority of the mombws nn ihcre wlla of serl- of the Hrssbyterv. IUn% Krusor of oneness, iuterminclcd with a vein of now co'.ees out and .ls imdlonec list- Tajalion of land values only, he j ni'Biicd. would he In the best interests j of Ilia working man, for it would force morn land 'into .use, thus forcing; the j industries to spread lilvius inoro i IL'UQV as iiiiine iii.-t IIUL- i that his own lie struck lvlti) utmosl apllrociiitlon, as he and, ih.re- 1 ran ihe roll, which he Ims irf h th cobl o .Iccllm-s to sit lu a 3rv where living. He gave bis opinion lliat It of tho .llsiWrd their f J would yet he the salvation of tbe tin- Dr. Cinlbrlatlr presided at the meet- of the ins. nnd introduced the speaker by riglUs hl lhe history of'the staling that the matter of slllB.'j la.x j very lines is pni-tlciilarly interentlng to the peo-1 u Ulilt Country. ordination vov.'s in their in'eocliing. :iiul and heeaii-e of what Jin considers their lesst'tilng loyaltiy tlvj doctrinefi of-the Hresiiyteriau Vluircli. He be will not "le ol "oxteiui tlio linud oT lo anyone' riioi "virsin lililh. Jimi lii'iuuls iiis Lord ciKl Saviour .1 Us Christ foul stiginsi." on account of UK? fact llmt sonre c'limiyt; in the pvesonL incUiod of us- LIBRARY. FOR THE JAIL Syntem Now in Use ;l'i tux in not. a radical change, K.Wioiit is oontemVlatcd. Mr. George either H is being employed success- LlTHieii into hi, aiiHW. aayhig Tully in soveral 01 the Sutob. iiaxaUon is question in lilis big "ea.p hcme "Vn 3rPpi' 00 Gash For A Name America's spcskor el-aaring ibkrt done as they did in Barrhill, Ibe nn io ill" satiufac'don of al concerned .Canadian people would have, been lur ply points' which were in doubt. All [better off, nnd time will show If t urn the was.a grlind suf- i ri ined nn impetus Mil. nnence'l in RHIT- without having Admitted that she was t T lias ru Oct. ,0 NO 'DANOER OF ANNEXATION( London. Tho Rev. Canon i TVelch, X.UD., ami of Wnkofleld, fornierly rector- of St. Jamsn Toronto and i vost of Trinity spcalcins for the Canada fund last night raid: V'H is irilicli' more likely that iij) UiB country, and yo! ;i tuxod for Uio privilege, of doing tills vnry tiling. Hut. Iho B with Hi I tnr prownicnta. It gets to tlrt; -Ijottoui 01! taxing only the land vnl nre licliijr the city, rccelvoil n leiegiiiiii (ilfin from Hnlcau, ailcli., that Ills, country, uncle, Thorni.-j had died nnd in hi ed in the Barrhill Kinglc MIX will do away arllT, and -cbc IHX on im- ctt will he hud iiecn bcnucntli- MASTER IN CHANCERY RESIGNS What makes land It j Winnipeg, Oct. A. MacdonaltJ, Is no! '.'lie work of' any one man." nmter in chanrifiry nnd rcfat-oc hi Mil" Americans thaniJTlios.- -broad acres, were of HttlO use has lianded It his realgnii- thai they can annex Qinada. Httlii value to the.first, white man I'rt'jfloni, rnnlion. which north of paraleil was alreHdy draw- ing thousands from the United States. of cor- who over Bftt tj'es. on tlwm. Their the 1 valnu increased only as the- popula- tion of this and It was not th-3 energy of ttoe one man iion. Tiir. MHOdonald lias Iris jio- alUoiri a long lime, lining appointed hy Ihe CJreenway admnitstrafoii April 28, 18RS as in which is practically the same position. Protect Yourself From Chronic Colds Of course you prepare for winter weather extcrnalljr'by changes in your clothing. Prepare yourself Internally, loo, by taking a course of NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound this Fall and colds von't bother you. Na-Dru-Co Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound rich in the medicinal m-.d nutritive qualities of Ihe best God Liver Oil. specially treated to remove the disagreeable fatty atlds that upsel the stomach. Combined with this, in carefully worked out propotlions, are Extract of Malt, Hypophosphites and Extract of Wild Cherry. The preparation Is very pleasant to inke, without a" trace of the of }he plain OIL For delicate or run-down children a courtsc cf Nft-Dni-Co Ccd Liver Oil Compound In the Fall ind another In the Spring Is one of the best possible safeguards. Your drupjlsl can supply It In 50s. or bottles. WEBBER NOTES Draff art A NA-DRU-Ct Specific for every II Threshing is til progress after the delay causer! hy tho young 'oiiou- uiorm last JlcKinnon Is working on Ilic Krnuse threshing rig. Hen Bergen is running tlio sepanilnr tor K. Skcllnn. .1. Prankish to Winnipeg uftel- -a short visit will] his family. Trunk .Becker and T. Prankish had granurie-j erected last week. .loin) Llllle lias greatly improved his place by .tile completion of his large barn, .and the erection of a granary, blacksmith shop and chicken house. Mr. l.ittlc Expects lo have a BOOll- I'li't macliine she built af- ter the fall rush. Master Nonnio lIcKliinon Is rapidly recovering from his illness. K. G. SUijlton. of visited with the Skeltoii families last week. Sir. Skelton is ranking es- londed irln through the West. Tho Ladies' Aid Society met with Jlrs. Frank lleckcr on Tniimlay. Silas Pike was admitted as a new member. After business of the meeting was done delicious refreshments were served. Work for the bazaar i-.i stead- ily going on. It 1ms been decided to pill fancy dishes, trays, shaving pots, etc.. ns well us needlework, on sale. Plain for a harvest Iratlvnl re being perfected. Skelton Brothers received a ship- ment of ten thoroughbred mures from OnUrlo recently. Mr. slid Mrs. Knlph .Becker 'vcic l.eihbrldte visitors on Tuendny nnd Wednesrtny. li. M. Cornell, of .Molt. -V. Ihfk., vie- tied la this vlclnilj' thin week. SUNDIAL NEWS Sundial, Oct. morning, Oct. 1st, Hie si-oik called at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. lluhlingcr, and led a linn big baliy. boy. Mother aml_ child arc doing fine. Mr. and Sirs. Hoy FcUcrly, Miss S. Fugue and f-I. C. Dunn, spent Sun- day at B. 0. Dunn's. Mr. and Mrs. Dnviil Matbcws ielt 15 Sponcer's ami G. Hergard's on Kuiirlay, wlir-ri1 they will visit a few days, ullcr which they will depart for ilicir old homo jn. Louisville, In- The Honii! iigcnt vis- ited Sundial district and .left a mim- hnr of stoves, which worn wrlcomc, ns ihey wen? "Tin? IloniR Comfort." Tlire.'ihin.ir is lhe husy man's work ttii'rii; days. ;init everybody is anxious! to the thrnshinp; done. Oli: Luiuigaard lias a younger hro- tlii'r who jusf. cpme ovrr from tho old country, visiting at iiis home. Pearl is spending a Few rlays visiting in Letiihridgc and Crystal Lake. Mr. (aoin was on the siclf Hat with lonsiUlix. Tlu- hricljic across HIP How Kh'nr at Grahuin's" ranch is liriiiii; built. uf I.cthhriilgc, was out on Thursday Clarence KMkii ivas on t.lic sick list last week Mrs, K. IJninii( called on Mrs. B. ''rinion on Huston rtobcfis cxpcets to so over into thn Noble district to do some with his ga soli IIP rig. 107 feet. He thinks there', is plenty io supply his stock, which is some 35 head. Mr. Kncksou lias his new threshing machine pulled out. and has threshed for Mr. Hell. Mr. ami Mrs. Sheridan hare -one lo where Mr. Sheridan has woni for a lew months. MLS Cochrane is not improving very fast from tier recent illness. G. T. P. LAND HELP' THE TOWNS Vancouver, B. C., W. Hylsy, land commissioner for tlfj G. T. P. who left tonlgiit for Winnipeg; announced tonight that the railway Had put a townsite on "the mirket through Vollaiis, of Win- nipait. Following its pinn of anaist- ing municipal development at Prince Hupert and other places railway will hand over a portion of the re- ceipts from tbe land 'lale to Board of Trade as.conitltnted in the townsHe towards 'Ill's expense of erecting a city hall, buildiug itreetii, sewers, etc. WILL DISARM THE MOROS Manila, Oct. 2.-nAa a reault of the recent murders of'-AihericanH In Mtnrt- anno and .lolo, vradiml aiHiirmament of the entire Moro population Is proceed- ing. The of trlliee, tt It HeVerl, are likely to conform to the orders to surrender their weaponK, but. army i-a 'pre'irariiis for emer- gency. The Mores do not poflseBi guns but keep knives in (heir houeai. In Mindanao lhe troops are pursuing GC'i. f.og.in liad tlie misfortune of loullnws iti un effort 'to stamp out one of his horses bailk cut jamUige. in thr wiip. last Tuesday evening while movijip the cook car. SWEET VALLEV NEWS Sweft Valley, Sent. 28. .Jerry RicKett U through stacking his grain and is now lo start plowing. A few jobs on tbe west have thresh- ed. Mi. Bannister is doing the work good yields nre reported. Mrs Mnngcn is visiting with Mrs. Ranchman for a lew days. She ev- pecls lo leave (be first of the week to visit her sister at Kiimonton. Mrs. .Seabed; and Mi's. Mailmen were shoppers at Velwnnd last Monday af- lel'noon. FALL MAKES GIRL SPEECHLESS Melietto, S. D., Oct. Susie Hehm, daughter .of n farmer living near hoite, has made permanent- ly specbless as a reault of injuries received when thrown from a horse, ails futfcra but slightly, pnd has all h'jr faculties, except that Is un- able to utter a word. She Is -0 years old. WILL DAD TOO Washington, D. C., Oct. res- Isnallon of .Insper Wllnon, son and privKte secrelary to Seerelary .lames Wilson, annonncvrd today. Is taken to mean hern that the father Is him- Kr. McKadricn, who 1ms bcnn flrill- RRlf prepnring'to the cabln-at. inc well fur -ferry Kickett socivtory rufuitt'ii to dlacuii fo'onil uluiity of Wftici- at a depth SENATOR MUST PAY For Coat and Draw Which He Believed to be a Gift Montrenl Oct jvjtmtat. volving tlie to a senator In f or influence In iecurtmr a. iiifc-tsmtaMt, was rendered yMttntaT by Tic, Jai tice 8t. Pierre la Qrrt4) Bavastre, HOB H CIp-i ran, of Montreal, Louis Hum on md Cimai The init, on behalf of tlie hauve Frerei, and so UK tit. tiid) balnv valut of nn Iribh lace toiit' delivered to tho defendant 30th] of br agent of the i The suit oppoMd on grounds thut the. coafc. and dress was not sate, but made by at to tilo- in exchange Mr BmuttoM Iti-j fluence in lecurfng for NeM a mb-; contract for mouic floor work nection with bht Victoria Mil' stum at Ottawa. The platntlff that tka traniaotlmi tbnnH nafardad u a sule. Tho court "iuatalnod the plaintiff In contcntioxt, and rendered ludg- inent against tha Senator, ordartnaji payment of the olalm In full. AN OLD-TIME WESTERNER (Winnipeg Telegram.) Gerald H. the ect for Pontlac, rnlgtit, 'be cltneil da' R Nor'wester, as he spent many; years In the North West ind Manitoba, engaged In the survey- ng of the Dominion lands, and in the North West rebellion of waa an officer of the intelligence corps, or- ganized by J. S. Dennis, D.S.U, of Cal- gnry. .Mr. nrnlmxon is well known ia Winnipeg, and has twice been elect- od for Pontiac. For the pwst few. years he has resided in Portage tlu Yoti, Quo. REVOLUTION DIDN'T SUCCtEO Ijoiidoti, OcJ.. Minister bore, 'Senor Maialhn-es Limn, today received the following srnin from the foreign office at Lis- bon. AttentlTe rnvolntion Oporto failed completely. Conspirators were arrested and will to confined in the fort at Lisbon. The. Ms prepared to take energetic measures further conspiracy. :Absolula Iran- ciuillty prevails."