Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TTII3 DAILY Friday, October, I. LIGHTAyEIGHT pv0Vtquts for chilly October day's. The "Swagger" is the style illustrated .here although we have half a dozen other "new styles equally attractive. Come and see them all. McKELVIE McGUIRE, Edmonton, Oct. all over central Alberta, a" well as in other parts of the province, have every reason to give thanks this said C. L. Belanger, owner of the liotel Ce- cil; Edmonton, and president of the Alberta Licensed Victuallers' Associa- tion, on retmmng from i tup to outii- erty owner of Edmonton, known among his' cronies as "the Duke of announces Uiat Ihe money for his new houso. the Jlotel Ue Novell, at Cam rose, Aita...is in the He if ready to begin work as soo'cl as the mailer of ii license is arranged. The bouse will cost more than SBU.OUO ex on remnmg ro em Albeit i Threshing i- well ad-! elusive of fixtures. Mr. Lemarcba all trains heuv I will-pass the winter .In Krnnce. ieav s This Vlll meaix lullllous of ilol- his his 'affairs hrrc- in the hands o yields. This'Vill, mean millions of dol inrs of new v.-ealth to the country and means increased business tor every- one, including the hotel-keepers. .Nev, capital and the most desirable set tiers are coming" into the Edmonton district from all parts of Anierii :t and-Europe and development is going on all the time As an indication of the rapid and substantial growth of Edmonton I might mention that building opera- tions for the first nine months this year involved more than as compared with less Ibau for the entire 12 mouths of 11111, while the bank clearings show a of neat ly 100 per cent. The customs house receipts are per cent, more thai his representative, 11.Milton Martin president of the Edmonton Board 0! Trade Hotel At Ferintosh. liotel I loin Jt hilinlo-.il i mMied Mbeil 1 uiiitstoiu toimcrh ot Ltimonton v f. foimi'h on Septetnbei I he i a 1 irgt ot ti lends from dmonlou Caiuiose .nd made spec ml tiilis to that tottn to wish lEe IIPW Inndloid success in his tin dejiiMne involves ui'H.'Xlien drture ot 5-tu 1 be slont jn height ftitli full is lifted nith the modem LOU i BeiiHl 1 flkL nUliiic a stone tin ens or the hotel a year ago, and so business. "Hotels are being built ail ovei central Alherla. more especially iii the new towns alous the three transcon- tinental lines. Several siibstantial structures are under way in Kdmoil is in all lines ot 1 full of. anil nn tendertoot ran seeurg i good bit, without h's fett net bainuel GIiiLkllfah i Ol tile hotel Bartendertr Union One bundled and attendants i dmonton have joine ton, to be ready Tor- occupancy next year. They are needed. The city is growing fit si and every indication i that the ngures of a-population of iifi 000 will be pushed to the 1UU.UUU murk before the close of 191-V With this there Is active development and set- tlement in the farming districts trib- utary to the city.1' Fine Hotel at Camrose Rene Lemarehand, a 'wenltby prop- the lytenidUoual 1 nion the clnne issued to I dmonton I No bltij T Milt lio H signed u to scpbmbei 0 and it Anderson have h oil l folfo srs. Calvin i plans drawn for a three storey hole with sleeping rooms at Kocky Mom tain Hotwe, Alta. Tiic house will b bieam-henied and Eurnishhed in mot ern style. RAISING FUND FORJCOILEGE RESBYTERIANS START CAM- PAIGN FOR ROBERTSON COL- LEGE WITH GENEROUS SUBSCRIPTIONS i, s Kdmoiilon, Alia., of Hubi-iioOi. .L...... heologlcal College in Kdmomon, ave-subscribed to start .the inv'aa for funds 10 be used fn wins'-of the sruO.iiiiO-. 10 e eonsmicled on the grounds of- thu niveniiiy-of Alberta. It is .1 that the remaining win bo used in a short time. The sub com- littee bavins c Ij ill's e of Ihe canvas composed of John A. McDoiisall, human; A. V. Uwlup, A. C. Fraser, uimiKcr.ot ibe Meiclmius' b.inlt, .1 K. I'lntosh. Arthur Havleii and Al.toYinan A. Oaldor. tho building coiuniuioe lelucirng HA fort'Soills'and 13. T. Bisli- p. secretary; li'. B. Bonglus. liobert ,ce. Pi ofi.-s.soi- .1. .MV Millar and Prinei- al Dydis The college is now econd year. sit" tho collide now-consists f four irakieU lu'ofessprs wliose'edu- ition. and, practical experience i, p'nnd to' have'a far r.eachins effect, iie ince.of Albe'rlii... S. W. lyde. M. A.. 1) So., U... D.n...is rincrjial iMiil plofessur of theolosv, lev M. .Millar, M-.A B. pro- esibr of ihe Knuliblr BJble'nnd honlll- tK-s. R. A. K.i.is, A. J. D. will be piofessor of old .aifient and lev. .Louis. A.. Woods.. B. D., will, be professor tcs- ninent aud church history. Professor Kins, who conies from udore. India, is not a stranger ill vesferu Canada. lie acquired] his lornial school training in .Manitoba, the desree of K. A. at. the iiiivorsity of Manitoba, also'winning scholarships in Latiu, malh- pniiuics and science and a medal in ihilosophy. He gained the desree of .M. A., at the University of Manito- ici, the topic of bis thesis being "Land levemies in British liidia and Native study and contrast." While graduating ill theology at Manitoba. College he secured first llace for proficiency and a special scholarship in Hebrew. After oomplei ing his educational course in Canada lie took first place at both his exam- ination's for his B. D. degree at the University of Edinburgh. weni to .Marburg. Germany, coiittn ne his.studies. Professor King- was appointed prin- cipal of Indore College. India, in ISO; teaching Logic, nyschplogy, ethics theism, and political economy, as metaphysics to post graduate men He also examiner in philpsoph> for the nuiversiu- from I'-IOS to and re-appointed upon return from his furlough in 1911. He was graiite. the degree of doctor of divinity from ivnox college, Toronto, in Rev: Louis A. Wood of London, On iario, took his B. A. degree at Toronto University after a'course in Honor History. At Montreal Presbyteriai College In 1908 be secured his B. U degree, a gold medal and a university professorship. He studied three yeait HeklelbeTg. Germany, where h took bis Pli. after special zing in church history and moderi history under the instruction of'Vpi icbnbert, Oucon iind Hampe. 4. .g. ff fy FOUND A ROMAN COIN .Marlhorongh. Ens.. Oct. At Rennet Hill, new -Marl- borough, a" has found a sestertius of the Km- press Faustina, the wife of Antonins Pins 1105-141 The coin Wits discovered am- ong a heap of flints, and is in a good state of preservation, with an exc-elK-nt patina. MINNOWS DESTROY MOSQUITOES Suva. Fiji. Oco. Experiments have been conducted at special sta- tion at Xasinu nom- Su.ii. -A'iilt niin- uo'.vs from for tlv iiurnose of desti-oyiiiK mosiM'iroes. Tile esppr- iments 'have been si'cc'cspfnl "arid 'the wholesale of, (he. nt-sr.s re- snlteVi. Tbe station anvv almost, tree DEATH RELEASED HISSUFFERiNG JOHN VOURI, INJURED IN MARCH LAST. PASSED AWAY IN COLEMAN Smoke Navy ToBacco Fra.m-atil leaf, mann- Kocli Cily Tobacco Company Quebec Winnipeg FRANZ MENSCHIK t Brother of Mrs. Rose Menscnik Szaoo. i wbom Lawyer Burton W. Gibson is ac- cused of killing in New York. The brother has arrived in New York from Austria to see that nothing is left on- done in the prosecution of Gibson LIKED MR. I STOCKER'S STYLE Wash.. Oct. I Miss Stella rnyne. of Seattle, enter- titincil matrimonial ideas nino years i :tpo. slie v.as a guest at a I by .Mistice (ieorge i Slocker, -of Spokane. When Miss Payne and 1-Mward Williams, a travel- I iini: salesman, of taealtle, deiermined lo tel ninrried Ihe other day, Mis? Payne insisted they should como lo I Kpc.kane 10 have, the, knot lied by Mr. j .1 list ice Stoclter. At the wedding nine she impivpsed with the short, pointed ceremony of Ihe Spokane juiiiice, which mnitied refer- ruiee to such words us "must" rof it Sharing Gifts for Smokers i- ft We Have Decie to Share Fronts with the Smokers of Canada Our new profit-sharing coupons are -Hot given as an inducement to smokers to buy "Black Cat" .Cigarettes. The value and 'quality of our cigarettes remain, as a matter of the that money can buy. We have obtained the custom the critical.smokers' of Canada, and are giving, them the'best tobacco and the best vyoik- manship, and we will never risk .our repu- tation by giving them'anything but the- Our neu policy of. gifts: tov smokers is Simply the modern step forward' ot sharing, piofits. Our good name and the value of our brands is a guarantee of good faith to, the of Canada. Cig packet of "Black Cat" Cigarettes you will find one I rofit-Sboring Illustrafed Booklet, giving full particulars and the list of -gifts. Save the Coupons, gift, add mail Coupons to the address below. Your gift will reach .you by return. Address. Coleman, Oct. Frederic Vonri, a miner who was injutl'il by a fall of overhanging coal in Ihe tijints cif the international Coal and I'oVi: (innpany on Ihe 28th of last JIarch, wits buried here yesterday. Vourt'sj spine was badly injured and he hail] been an inmate oi ihe hospital from ihe time of the accident up t" his' death, which occurred Tuesday. The .unera! was held from the family re- sidence to Ihe .Miners' lull, wherej Hev. T. M.' Murray conducted thei funeral services. At ihr grave Kin-j nisb service was held, followed by ibn -calling ol I he I'.M.W. oi A. ritual.; was asxeil in years and lour months ami leaves :i widow and two1 children. An inquest was held to determine into the cause of his cicalh Deceas- ed's mining partner, the lire boss of; the mine, and T. Hoss were I evuniined. The .jury letttrned .1 ver-l diet ui Ihe eli'ccl that "deceased cair.c to his death front injuries received in Ihe mine on the, SSlli ol March, and attach no blame lo any party of parlies whatsoever." A iota! ol feet .of liunber was cut at Mclnnes' mill .In the t'i-ows N'cst district this season and; the mill lias closed down for Ihe .sea-j son. M Hash camps are being formed at t t'rous Xi'st and JlcliillUray for Ihci winlcr. with, acconiniodation for an: of Sfdl iuinhrrjiicks. .Aialerial for ihe erection of two. new collates at. Crows by the C.l'.H. lias berii nnioadeii. I The Crous Nest intssionary, .Mr. -1. ll.imill, who was more than any one else ihe new church at- CARRERAS MARCIANUS OF CANADA, Limited Jfyoa do not find an Booklet of Gift, in tA. I awrence Boulevard, Montreal, Que. M. Lawrence DO An Unsolicited Analytical Endorsement The Lamlon Lancet, the most authoritative. Medical Jonrna in the 543 of-its issue of August 24, 1912, an analysis of' various best known c "Black Cat" Cigarettes. The report shows that the least harmful tobacco is that tains the least Furfural. _. nre other words The UnJon Lancet's analyst has proved that "Black Cat ogaath.s purest and best for health. con that, point, is leaving next week for his new Held of labor at Itnrlon City, 11. C. Burniis. Alia., Oct. 3.-A. Howleyi is crcetinK a house on Hie lot, which j lie purchased recently from A. l.alhhiiry. A fool hall ipum1 was iilaycd ofi hero, last wepk-end between coml'.iny nicn: and .diem-rs, resniled in a-.'win: for ihe cliRsers by a sroce of :l, lo .2. i 1...1-1. Stevens allcndcd a mectinp of I Ihe Canadian Jlin'inilij! Inslllnte'he'ld; in Iho Sanatorium llolrl, Frank, on; Mondav, wliich niPi-lihii was called for i t.lie puriiose of a Wfstern branchdf thai association. t The new C.l'.ll. depot was complet-j cd Ibis week, and the" stnfi'will HAft'i.1-! into their new quaTlrrs in the ciiurse j of a few clays, I Thomas nimfan, of I'asshiirR, ae-j coinpanicd by J. .1. SbanliS, supcrinlendt'lit ol mines, Coal Crnck, and Wilson, mine su- perintendenl at Hosnier, paid a visit of inspection here this week. Mr. Mel.elland. representative of a lariie concern, ho arc eoiileinplatini; rwlMis a larse power plant on ttv Hull Hivpr, and supplying electric power throughout- the 'Pass, was in for hi.s cuinpany, Several parties from ihe adjacent j towns lite surrounding dis- ifict on1 'i'ucsday .in quest of chieken. Imt the birds heinp, a little shy, small bags were the order oi the day. Mr. S. .1. Watson, ot Krank, was a business lo lowti on Wedncs- Jlr. llliss, represeiitiiig Messrs. Campbell, Wilson A llorne. ot Lelh-i btldge, on o, Mrs: Harold Smith arrived hack j home liiis week from Ihe Old Coun- where she bad been visiting w Mi I mil tollms the last feinrtntlis. .well known mGiiiiant of Miami ALEX. MORRISON MERELY COM- PROMISE CANDIDATE soid out sonio months aso ,ind move, 10 irnipf? Mi (.ollins u is siiti would have receivedMhe tlominailoi Whisper Dclcaatcs to Conservative Convention in Mrcclonaid. Carman. Oct., baa bw.omo ihronsh the conversation of rtrlceaies to the Conserrativc, eonvcn-1 r" tion in .Maedqiliild. that Ales. -Morris-1 iromise candidate. V'Ut voiaei1 hud fol it in Ihe las lution lust hf1 nil al L in tin present nmpaipn it ml K mUi stuv to mfe in i of th tint he did the notnir :till to he tl b( on w-is r.ut "l is no to try and catch the farmers, who rccip.outs a'-e so largely in favor of.reciprocity. The licininaiion had been promised to II. K. Kobiuson, ibe iocsl lawyer and nd he was .only nppcasod llu division of tin utK' province of Canada, i ho discussion f Ihe promise that .Mr. Morrison, it practical church union, aud nil c: would drop out al rml oft of iiDin'urlation of the wor Uie nresent nnd allow Rob of the Salvation Army, li.mire on th have the seal at Ihe next circular convokiiis Iho Anillican syno of tin- province of Canada for Oc.iobi vmoj g Amonb 10, nomina- IT at Montreal.