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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y, October THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY 1TERALT) We have been appointed agents for Leth- bridge and district i The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and hag an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOKTHISUP Lots 34 and 35.. Block 26, Duff Addition, j near Queen Victoria Park on water sewer, at the pair. Terms. Deserters Very Few Amongst the Miners (Contlnutd fwn Front and R. V GIBBONS CO. Oil nisUnce. It In my earnest hope that my efforU, in conjunction with the efforts of my colleagues, will result in some.'benefit to all I was .very much hnpresneil by tin words ol Iho mayor, when he ex- pressed the deep interest taken by the public iu the outcome of our con- troversy. It has always been tbo proud boast ot the United Mine Work- ers of America that they have enlist- ed, the r.upporl anil interest ol tbo public, and of public opinion, in such controversies anil 1 wish to say that the fact that we belong to the cd Mine Workers docs not alenlate from the public, and we are very much inchmiM! for the splendid cvl- lenco of esteem that we have received in the many, great contro- versies that our organisation hasten inforUmately compelled to engage in. I don't expect at this time to dis- appear to 'Double Track CP.R. v Brandon to the Hat JISERY All Relieved by Lydia B. ham's Vegetable Compound. Slketton, ".For seven suffered everything. for yeiirs I I y.'iis ted four or live days :it A time every inonih.aud so weak 1 could hardly WA Ik. 1 cramped and bui'kuohe and head- ache, and was so nervous mid weak that J dreaded to sue anyone or have anyone move in the room. The doctors gave mo medicine to _ __ __ __ caso mo ut those times, and said that .1 ought to hare an operation. 1 would not listen to ttuit, (Contlnued'from Pn0t.) _ and when a friend of my husband told cuss the quosliuns that to him about Lydia JJ. 1'inkham's Vcgo- eanse the difference of opinion be- j table Compound and what it had done I' FOR JJALE most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern .bungalow, standing on two 63113th :Sti South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE v LOAN! LETHBRJDGC 6 -roomed 1 1-2 storey bouse on 3rd Ave. ik. city water and light, all in splendid shape; price 61300; cash, balance a- North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 53t A GOOD "Look Into It" ck cottases on comer of Bartlett. (12th) street and Reed street, revenue annum. .Price .ICiSOO. Terms 13000 cash, balance four Wilkie Kerr PHONE 623 INSURANCE -ANO COAL v HULL BLOCK, Next.'A.R. 4 I Offlc. ,wccn the employers and the employ- Ibis district, but I hope to Save the opportunity oi doing so lat- er on, and to discuss them more thor- oughly witli the mhie workers, than 1 am doing at this time. I would like to. say that I am very much impressed with the surround- ings of your great country. As journeyed from my own native land, could not well understand why there should be any serious -differences of opinion between two .such great coun- tries. earnest .wish and constant desire is that we should cultivate a tendency tn build up greater countries aiid greater citizenships in both of our lands I wish to again thank the Mayor ami business men of this city tor their cordial reception, ami trust my visit will prove of.benefit to them and to the people I represent. Very Few Deserters Vice-President SUibbs, who arrived on the train today with. President White, staled to the. Herald repre- sentative that out of the men who belonged to the unions in this district last spring when they laid down their tools, there arc but 40 to 50 arc deserter's from the local, un- in any of the mines of the district. At Corbin there are 90 men work- ing, at Blairmorc Frank 20, at Passhurg SO, anrt at Burmis -10, or a total of 270. Of these but -10 (or his wife-, I was willing to take it. yfaw I look the picture of health and fool like it, too. J can do my own house- work, hoe my. garden, and milk a cow. 1 can entertain company and enjoy them. lean yisit when 1 choose, and walk M far as any ordinary woman, any. day in the month. I wish 1 could talk toevery suffering woinananu' girl." BEMA Sikcston, Mo. The most successful remedy in this country for the cure of all forms of. female complaints is Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound. J.t is more widely and successfully used than any other remedy. Ifc has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, in- flammation, ulceration, libroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nervous prostration, after all other means had failed. don't you tryit? TO LOAN On improved farm lands .and city property: CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE One lot in Duff Addition, on water and sewer, 125 caeh, balance per month. Two lots, Block 90. 1525 each; terms. .73x125 feet on 2nd Avenue with J4000 house, fully modern, terms.. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. Phone 1325. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market each situated north of the track Hie Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co, to 50 are desertes. from the .local un- ions, the others being recruits from other Taking 'these figures being correct, the showing fis a re- markable one for the loyalty of the mine workers .to their organization. There were more than men working in the district when the men walked out, more than of them beinp; union men. The strike is now extending into the seventh month, with matters where they were at the cessation of operations, so far. as an agreement is concerned. a hard time keeping a lull stock on hand. The enlarging anil repainting of the Merchants Bank building adds very much to its appearance. been ncijulred tha. various '.wdrkg will be carried to completion M soon us possible. Location Shop, It IK Important that modern and commodious ahops should provid- ed for thy) maintenance and repair of larfre number of cars and locomo- tives now In service on your lines In Alberta and It bar; been decided that for present and future convenience) economy Calgary will bu tbo b-ost location for these shops provid- ed that suitable arrangements can bo made with the city authorities. The Irrigation System Tlte outcome of th-e first season's work on the irrigation system In what is known as the Eastern Block, is very gratifying, Tho giant dam at Horseshoe Bend of tbo now IJi- var south of Uassano is almost, fin- non upwards of six million yards of j material ..will have beon removed in malting ditches. This should ensure I the completion of the work within tho next two years, but of course some of the land can be served with water that time. "Alter more than twenty of Immunity from serious accident of any nature to our fleet on the Paci- fic ocean, we were so uiifortuuato to lose the Steamship Empress of China, wrecked on the coast ot Ja- pan, .fuly 37th last. Another steam- ship took the ulace of the Empress of China, but one twice as large and costly would be provided at tb'a ex- pense of the steamship replacing fund. favorable 'business conditions exist throughout all the territory served by your lines In Canada anil SUMMER ALL WINTER Kcop the hqtue warm urn! you will save tlic expense of a trip In winter; you wyi keep all you." family together and in liealtli. To do tills you will need the Hot Water Heating System and for oconomj-, efficiency and regularity you will u Hot Water Boilers It allows you to have flowers in the lio.uso and comfort the year round. Its firebox absorbs all Iho heat Into the water, and there la no chance of ii dull fire throufh an accumulation ot cllnkorts. Owing to special construction t'lie heat IB all kept In the boiler; this cuts your co.il considerably. TJie non-leaking uush-nlpple joint and other arguments gladly tell you about If you write lis for further Information and booklet! We in.stock a complete line of plumbing material.. METALS, LIMITED CALGARY. EDMONTON. LETHBHIDGE. Italian Battleship Said to Have Been Blown Up (Continued from Front Page.) ACTIVITY AT HNCHER CITY Pincher Oct. Threshing op- erations which were delayed for a dayi two by the. recent showers, are I again in full swing, The grain is yielding very satisfactorily and is of a very good quality for tins y.enr. Mr. Grant, 'foreman for Dr. Luffer- ty, who owns and cultivates some- over 800 acres north of the. Old River, reports good progress thins Man threshing and expects, to have bushels of wheat. This will ho a very fair considering the large acreage. Fred Collins, proprietor of the Alexander I-fotel, has gone home again. His folks live in .the state of Maine, and it has only been 2-t years since-Fred .visited them before. Tic has been a very busy man during the past year antl deserves a well-earned rest. R. W. Morgan's mother, who lives n Kerwood, Ont., is visiting Mr. Morgan and family. She is greatly mpreKSed with Pincher City and dis- trict and thinks her son has made a wise selection in locating in Pincher City. The Merchants Bank of Canada is opening u bank here. Mr. Franklin, .he manager, was formerlyi of Wclas- iwin and is of a very pleasing per- Me is well pleased with .he prospects for a good business. I'lie Merchants P.ank of Canada needs iq introduction to the public. It is iporalecl under a management which ;oes after the business and gets it, ind as they do not make a practice if opening up brandies only in the irger business centres, we have rca- ons for believing that their opinion I Pincher City is along these lines. Grant, Smith Co., the big rall- oad contractors, have removed their cadqinrtrrs to Pincher Oily. The Stacey Lumber Co. reports usiness very Rood. They arc having Look for Britain's Astistance London, Oct. Daily Mall Sa- ioniski correspondent says that as negotiations with Germany have prov- ed fruitless the government is now turning- to' Great Britain in quest of a modus vivendi; satisfactory to the Turkish honor. The, ;of Uuiqn and Progress approves theinew cabinet but if negotiations British government tail. and. the min- istry displays any sign of yielding-to Italy the committee will overturn the cabinet and tire chamber. Another special despatch from Salonisl-i says that the anti-Italian feeling is increas- ing. Thousands of Kalians have been bqjcotted and the wealthy people of tnafVnationallty are leaving. It is reported from Medua in the extreme north of Albania that Italian war ships have seized two Turkish ooast- 'ng vessels in the harbor. A despatch to the Times from Rome says Italy will consent to no. peace terms unless they Include the surrender of Tripoli. The time is past says the despatch when'.jpecmiiary compensation, can be considered. A Constantinople des- patch to '.the Times explais the escape of the Turkish squadron. It says that when the.warships left Befrat on Sep- tember 2Sth the officers were then unaware of the strained relations with Italy. At o'clock in the morn- ing of'October 1st when off the west coast of Asia 'Minor a government chart warned the squadron that war had -been declared. British officers aboard the ships decided to accom- pany the squadron to the Dardenellea it steamed north full speed pass- ing between Mytilene and the main- there would appear' to be ample jus- NEW FINANCE MINISTER A TORONTO FINANCIER W.T..White to be Mem- ber of R. L. Borden's Cabinet Ottawa. Oct. cabinet when announced, will have some sur- Oficatlon for expediting their contin- uation west of Lake Superior. There is a universal spirit of confidence and buoyancy and while there is some ap- prehension that real estate values in some localities are on rather a specu- lative basis, there is room for serious j w, -j error lu this regard because of the business strides that are being made by almost every city and town of any importance. Faith in the West "It will be disappointing if the im- migration next year is not more than ever before'and with our country's idvantages so well known and recog- all over th-e world, there would ippear to be no good reason why we should not have an increasing nura- Jer of newcomers, in by each year 'or a long time to come. If this lie. the case th'ere will be no halt in the activity and progress of the West. The .commerce and manufactures of prises, all right. it is practically certain that the new Finance Minister will he W. T. White, general manag-i er of the National Trust Co. of Tor-j onto, who took an active part in the j campaign against reciprocity.- Mr. a comparatively young man and wealthy. He is a native of Hal-____ ton County, and it is, said that Dav-' id Henderson, the present Tory M.P. for that riding will resign and' go to the Senate and Mr. While will con- test the scat. The probable new Finance Minister for several years was engaged in newspaper work. Then he studied law, being at the same time.on the stall of the assess- ment department oi the city of Tor- Eastern Ca'nada are i thriving by the destroyers. It arrived in the Dardanelles at 4.30 o'clock afternoon. Stops a Deep-Sealed Cougji in a Hurry A Family ot Untqutm Couon Rvmedy for Re- funded If It Faili. state as indicated by tile quantity of goods that are being shipped. The increase in the, demand for a great many articles previously manufactur- ed abroad, or that have been made in Canada in a small way, encouraged the establishment of new works as well as the enlargement of existing ones, furnishing employment for In point of Increased population Eastern. Canada has quite kept pace with tire West and with the continuance of good times in the agricultural districts the commercial nterests of the country will be pro- portionately benefittetl and those who are engaged.in manufacturing enter- prises should feel warranted in mak- ing such additions to their works and employing such additional workmen, that large consumers of material in Canada will no longer lie affairs, and in addition, he is a splendid public speaker. He-is half brother of M. E. Nichols, president and editor of the Winnipeg Telegram. The cabinet from present appear- ances is likely to be constituted as' follows T: White, Hon. Gco. E! -e and An- drew Brodcur. Qucbec-F. Hon Casgajn, C. ,1. Tlchcrty, G. IT. Pcr- ley and H.- Ames. TORONTO LABORER WAS ELECTROCUTED Ontario Foster, Hon. Prank Cocnrnni Toronto. Out., Oct. Wny a steel (lirnck swinging nro.un.l- and collij: with a hydro-electric wire on Dav- enport Hill today, George Wellacv instantly killed. Wellacy wis employed by.the Thompson Bros., con- tractors who wore building a stable at the rear of J. C. Baton's residence, ind was operating the. derrick for oisting up the stones. With both lands on the steel levers and st-ind- ng on the ground he turned his craiva nd it came in contact with the wires at the side of the road. Im- mediately a short circuit was made from the wires down through the steel derrick and Wellacy's body. The wires carried about volts and the man died instantly. Wellacy was about 32 years old. CHEAP Insure Your Grain Grain and Eleva- tor Insurance written at current rates See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp, Alexandra Hotel 160 acres im- proved near 1 Kfpp Only cash balance easy W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. Lethbridge 160 Acres 5 Cham- pion, 90 acres brok- en, well improved; buildings, well, etc. Price cash. For particulars apply to f.-lie Cascaden Land Co. A SNAP 7 lots, corner of 7Ui avenue south, {London Road) and 21st stroot, for 12600.00, Including lot forty-one teat. Terms. The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;