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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I. Friday, OHofrcr TITK DAILY We have been appointed, agents ;for Leth- briclgo and district The Security Trust Co. Limited Or CALGARY This company has" unlimited funds to loan arid'has Board in this city, so that loansWubc onM'Ju'oiigli with very little delay. f' F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents Tin 'SUP Lois 34 and 35, Block 20, Buff Addition, near -Queen Victoria, Pack, on water ard Sexver, tlie pair. Terms. R. V GIBBONS CO. Olt FOR That'most tllcsira'ble 7 roamed, fully modern two 63113th St.-Soiltli' (Wcstnunster price 'Torms arranged. ThsH. MACBETH AGENCYA JtHEHLOCK 5 roomed 1 I.-3-storey Ijousc on 3rd IST. with i-ily. juid nil in splendid shape; price cash, hakuicc a Inoiilh. North Letlibridge Realty Co. PHONE S36 A OOOi) I'NA'HSTMKN.'r "Look It" Two brick cottases oil corner of Bnviletr. (I2I.ID street and Reed street, revenue annum. Price Terms. 13000 cash, bnlnncc four years. Wilkie Kerr PHONE 623 INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R. 1 I. f TO LOAN On improved'farm Innds and city property. CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE One lol in.Duff Addition, on i'ater and sewer, }4uO; cash, balance J1.5 month. Two lots, Block 90, each; terras. 73x126 feet on 2nd Avenue with 51000 liouso, fully inodern, 17000; terms. THE C. B. 15OVVMAN AGENCY Acudia Block. -Phone, 1325. METHODISTS DOWN TO BUSINESS Toronio, Onl., Oct. the mindsbaltiiiK and expressions of gout! will and brotherhood yesterday the delegates at this morning's sea- Hlon of th'e ecumenical coiifei'eiii'Q were prepared to'settle down to the luisl-i'-css oT the convention. Though Ihe official welconres were extended yesterday were many new fa ti- cs among the delegat'os this morning and more handsnakings issued. This morning's meeting was pre- sided over by the Rev, Henry Haigh, presiii'jnt of the Wt'sleyan Methodist Jj I conforc-jice and who -ciellv-arod the in- lauguraL sermon yesterday. After the devotional services condiiL'ted by the Nov. Thomas Rippon, K.K. c'aroll, L.L. D., of tli-3 Melliodisl Episcopal churcn siliohe on .Methodism in the western section during the past ten years in which lie told of flit great strid-as Methodism had made during tlve beilion administration of the I Indiu-n department, and Dominion lands. The total vote polled i" tlie whole of the North West Territori-as at, the elcrtion in IfiST was only a few more than that polled in Ihe Calgary constituency ut the election on Snp- t-ember: 31. The Elections of .1891 At tiie hnld or, .March 5. Davis was op- posed by the lii'ie James Riley, of j Calgary, who ran as an n'varive. There were votes A NICE FAT JOB FOR SOME CONSERVATIVE Kingston, Onl.. Oct. IR report- ed that Dr. .1. M. Plait, who IIRB been warden of the provincial penitentiary here flincc iSflS, will shortly resign. Increased Representation Tlva census of 1901 showed the pro- vince of Alberta (p have a population of and in a rodistribniion bill was hy the Uominloii par- 'iianicni. Allowance was .made for a jiroportioniitc. jncreaE'S in population up to (lie next census'to'lie tak'3ii in 1.90fif. and Alberta was allowed a re- presentation of four members. At the general election of lilfl-l il.'i coninst in the newly formed constit- uency of Calgary, was bet wean B. McCarthy, Cont'JrvaLivo, and Dr. ,T. C. Stewart, Literal, antl resulted in majority of 2i'i. The tola) number votes polled was -Tlva total niiPi'ter of votcu iioiVad in the city oi Calgary was'SUtti) wnlch was more than double the number uolled in the election four years previous. Thy other members elected in Al- bcri'a were: ,loliu Harrbn, of Icod, Conservative: Peter Talbot, of J.acombc, and Hon. Frank OiMci'. of Lilwral, re-el- ecwd. Rctlistrifaution of 1907 The census of Alberta, (aken lr 27-IL', and Mr. Ri'ioy the former be- ing elected by 1807 majority, sec- ond Im'sest majority in the Dominion Canada. Tlie official figures of the votes polled at soura of the prin- cipal places in i.hc constftirancy aru of interest when compared with the vole at ifist election, tw'anty years lator. in ihe four polls in the town of Calgary ami tlio Calgary district, there were fi7U votes polled; Mac'.-ood. 2-17 f Letlibridg'j, K8-I; Plrichor Crcok, 120; Kdmonton, 222; ff, 107; High-River, 50. In their oleciian addresses both candidates favored the erection of Al- berta into a separate province, a lion which was not rciillxcd unlil M >'3ars later. The o'ihcr Norlh ern conp.tinioncies again clrctvd gov- ernment, auppon-ors. A Liberal Victory The general electioii of IStiti rc- hi tlvvj downl.Mi of Ihe CoiiRer- yative government, ami for.lhuj first itmn in Iis "lilatftry. Alberta elected a Mhcral m'cmter of parliain-ant. D. Davis did not seek re-election, and the candidates were Lieut. T. B. Conservative-. Frank 011- Liberal, and S. .f. Clarta, of Cnl- Indcpendc-il Conservativr. As an evidence of thfi rapid increase! of number of voles poll-j had incicai.-i'd io (inSI. of which Frank Oliver received Ucut. I Cochnuie and S. J. Clarke 71. newly-formed province to bo oi' almost three times It was at the preceding census of A new redistribution bill for tlie pratr- ie provinces: was passed at the session j of parliament in 1007. and tu-3 repre- scntjition of Alberta was Insure Your Grain Grain and Eleva- tor Insurance written at current See H. J. H. Skeith phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel KNIGHT ACADEMY NOTES Tim facility visited Stirling on FYi- Iclay niglit lust, and enturtJiineil a pacK- jeil house with r-enilings, music, voice work and short talks. Stirling will he hoard from I On Thursday night, Ihis week, the faculty will give a free evening in the Raymond Ward meeting house. [An excellent jjrogrannne, literary and musical, wHl lie rendered. Interspers- ed with short-talks. Time, S.30 sh.'irp. Ki'aryho-rly invited. A wluitever- thnt. may lie. will "MO givjn hi the new gymnasium on Friday afternoon next, in honor of present, and prospective students. In evening, a free opening ball te (lie adrnction, Cqoil music. All friends of ihe Academy are invited. The walk from Broadway to the Academy is being cindered, prepara- tory to plank or c-oment, we arc not. sure which. In rctiirmng from Stirling last. Fri- day night, 'inatrnctors... Tanner and Paulson must have wandered'-from t.hc straiglit and narrow way, for, if ra-; 1'oi'L he they jioi home in anipl'a jiimc to prepare their toilet, for a hue. Itreakfjiai. r Another piano will be put In much needed addition. And now for more Cully equipped de. i partm-ants. The educational ,hoard, have fipjiropriated something like land -the facult.y raise from turiuse- and chJiiitaufjuas, a like am- This means that approximate-, wiil be spent in jat once. says (lie Knight einy, yoiing (hough it Is, is not in -ibe1 front rr.nU- j Pearl Lee, Dorothy Young, Marie' jSkousoii. Bland.- XVashdeii. Walter [Schmidt, M-erli! Kennel, O. W. Urseti- I back, V. C. and S. LorenKit [Hatch have registered this And ii.hiis our numbers swell. The mechanic arts (bpanmeiu wlll: rush tha work upon the cabinets for domestic science depan'me'nt. j Miss Krnnces itusmussen telocu- itionist, arrived from the jstalcsi to President "I urn j astonished at (he splendid tai-ant am- long the boys and Rlrls of the Acad- emy. Really, I never snw lirlglr-ar Utudcms.'1 Score ngain for fair Ca- Kvsrythinp points 10 a. heavy-'yiar in depnrlnicnl. BLIZZARD ON THE .EAST. COAST St. John, Oct. severe blizzard swept the coast yesterday anrl, snow, afterwards fell to-a depth of six.- inchcs. There was a. severe frost lust night and it is "feared that the root crops will lw damaged' over a large PIT a. YOUNG DICKENS IN AMERICA CHEAP 160 acres .im- proved near Kipp Only cash balance easy W.R. DOBBIN 3 10 7th St. Lethbridge 160 Acres miles from Cluiin- j pi.oii. 'JO acres lu'ok- en. biiildiii.n's, fence, well. rlc. Priee eiihh. piirliculnrs apply to the Gascaden Land Co. Son ol Great Novelist and Godion of Poet Tennyson omes Here I on Lecture Tour. i j Boston, .Mass., Oct. sou of i Charles Dickens, and a godson of Al- i fred Tennyson, in the person of Al- fr-id Tennyson Dickens, arrived liero today on Ilic Cymrle from Liverpool. Mr. Dickon's fallier was In Ameriai in I SI-', and dnrinE his lour found imiicli to crillclso directly in his "Am- leritan Xoles." and indirecily in "Mar- j tin ClmmtlewK." Lite his fallier. Ihe younger Dick- ens is hero on a lecture lour. There j Iis something In his appearance which j will recall his sire, anil although he j has nol th1.; heard nor the flashing eye, Ihe prominent brow and Ihe j strong chin, he has Ills same simple and unassuming ways of bin father. Alfre.l Dickens has spent moat of his life In Australia, golnn ilrare 'at Ille of -0. A SNAP 7 lots, corner of 7th avciiHG south, I London Hiiad) and 21st sircot. Eyr including lot forty-one feet. i The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;