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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 Tow Guarantee Goodness The name "SALADA" on the sealed lead pack- your strongest guarantee of all that bert aud most fragrant in tea II THE I.ETIIRRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday. October 6, 1913 HE HIT IT WITH A ACT THE EQUINE RE- SENTED B THE CHOICEST TEA GROWS ON THE ISLAKD OF CEHOS -dean, whole leaves-with the delightful flavor of the fresh leaves brought to your table by the lead packages. BLACK, GSEEN OR MIXED VYiniiUreJ. tVl. just recently pur (bile. M. CVllms ii'l 5--Hr. into Oct. iiray or'one'of Ite sreaiesi contracUng Hie woild. Jota Air.1. anJ Cctiiparjv, ts announced for next The firm'; dammed the Nile and carried out otticr great works through- oat the norld. will cease !o esist nssl September, by tinie all ont- Etandlns contracts vrin have been liieted. decision to go .out ot business been token by the [.resent Sir who. succeeded his father in 1SH and inherited' from him a for- tuVu last Monday, and bavc taken (heir residence at the place, j ist eaU vl Hie hotel. The iitlle son ul Mi. Srteiidl, liv- iuc twenty-five south o! frcJ was'liken tu the hospital IB Medifir.e Hat last TufsJay, -to re- ceive treatments (or hfjri trouble. Tuesday afternoon lire started i" ibf rear'of tre l.udtie store build- ins, which catted soice WiteniKit at iU-iiruf. 'firoujb. hasty efforts ol tte citizens neat I v. the lire vis'soon extinguished and' fortunately little damage was ilone. He house telensini; to It. Sims, anJ which was situate! out some little distance southeass oi lias been moved and placed on a lot just his start, sndtlietirst big imderlakmsl o Mf the mijce, Mr. Kims of Drm a-af.-tho laying of water and gas t London. son the first -baronet, who' died in joined Ihe Crra in 1S5I and under him tLe firm made peat strides. Tcey reraoved Crystal !rom Park to its nrefenr site at Sjdeauam; buill water "ai'-d gas works all over the counlrr, as well as in Hussla, France. Italy, liaving purvhascd this lot some time during tie scmmer. The thrfohins season in and around this icA'alily will soon come to a close, ar.d already iemal .of the threshing rit-s ate teing shipped out to olber points, where there are !J) more abundant crops, 'raisin; thej lonier season.-A mot! j tic uho have already AVERT These lines ares going iast. We are positively selling out of House Furnishings and Gents Furnishings A feast of bargains awaits you in tlieise lines Ccjiennageu llussla, France, Italy, men uho have alteaily shipped out Denmark aud Bra ill. They built aud 3re Mr. Atndt, of ttliitla, and extended railways and. constructed Eeiftert to Carmaazay district II. UiDlloyal East and WeEt itidla Church, to Noble, Alia.-, and F. j Is ttat, the risks of con- tnictiug are as artat as they- ever the 'profits are cot nearly large -as tier were some weiiJy :Vhirly years ago. Great plants will icte on the- Thames and tune oi over The reason Tilbury docl later tbe Manchester ship caiul. be ni'stributf d and a start of engineers aid .workmen, who are said to have no -superiors, will be seeking new 'positions as a result of the action. thai o! most big constructing the liistory of John Ainl and .Company is somewhat -romantic. It started In 1SSS by John Aird. a Scottish mason, "who came to London 'irora Ross-shire and after folloving fiis 'trade' for several years, was r.p- superintendent of the Phoeniv X tlas Company at Greenwich. There ie learned business that gave him r.'.' sreat dockt ai 'Avonmoutb ant] Singa- pore were erected by lliem, but Uie Uammicg of capped all their 'It was not get this uuder- takinc the Kgrplian sovern- ment not being willing to lake Ihe risk. It was accomplished when the tate Sir Jolm Aird met Sir Ernest Cassel. Ih; banker, in Egypt one day. I Hechrthnlt intends Ehippinj to some other Western point. They intend op- erating in thase districts until all ol the grain is ttreslieJ, tlify wilt return home. Last Friday aficinoou a tcry seri- ous accident occulted to Hoy Col- thorp while he was standing near the drive-.way of the Farmers' eleva- tor. A farmer happened to drive up v.-itb a load of graiir; as the rig was' st.eolne up the drive-way one oMiis Roy was as'ied to [n ihe Southern Part of Alberta drive-.-nay of the Farmers' eleva-1 f TL FWn A in drive no I fiat fias rjeen .ViiJ placed the plans before bant-1 a- sticV oi wood lying er and in two days the financial (rid of the undertaking was arranged and AM was able to so Io the Egyptian government an offer to con- struct daiis at Assouan and Asseout without even the first payment being made until the work was completed. IN NEVV- ER .SETTLED PORTIONS 'OF THE PROVINCE Edmonton, Alta., Oct. an ef- fcrt to induce medical men to locatn j ESTABLISHED .A BRANCH FOB THE' ENCOURAGE- MENT OF CO-OPERA- TIVE FARMING Regina, Oct. promote co-pr- If an average price of 7P cents a there seems to be onlr'abou! hall DISTRICT, the total crop moved. WAS SCENE-pM A. DOUBLE [To date, cars.o! 1913 TfTAriEDY- graln hare been despatched from the tethbrtdge district alone. The num- ber of cars loaded here for tio inoutri Cobalt, Did., pet. 3. A tragedy of September was 63. unile cars has jusj come (o the diown were tran'sfcred from points jng Hell river, ISO miles east o: .EFNUR ON IHE mis SASKATCHEWAN AND MANITOBA EXPERIENCE LITTLE FORE-' TASTE OF COMING WINTER Winnipeg, Man., Cfct. first show o( the season is (ailing this to Lelhuridge, lor points .cast and j Cochranc, on the Transcontinental in many parts of 1 him to start: as he did so th; n" 1 kicked him in the dislo-' from Sou hen, tb> toer iaw tone. jlri al, beforc tte .....Fully 201) carloads have been railway, of.-Mrs; Malt, aged 30, and received' at the local mills during the Lieutfnant Siicppard.'aged 25. Henry lias 'mo-Tin anil fully 500 cars were hand- j Boaulieu with Jpc Savnrd and Flor- ist ol the leave FrouK, 16, lell I'orcupine CO p. c. of the ship-! some time 350 for Hell river ami on DON'T WANT GIBSON TO HANG. Toronto. OiiL, Get copies of petitions for commutation of deatfi sentence 'oa young Gibson, senJ lenCEj to be harigeJ'Thareaay, arj be- ing circulated here, acd it: is estimat- ed that a', least iiames hive al- re.idy been to tie Train- Smith bas'bee'n out over the. fne past week, seeing person- tbat cars were supplied. There. BECOMES OFFICIAL OF BROTHERHOOD. Winnipeg..' Man., H. to do with .-t handling of reAnv neen oyiaiutti.-: m E8fUed parts ot Alberta cration in ing and purcnasmj pctilions will be nrn 'in rtt tnp fnrmin? InlUS- are badiyi special jn ai oS the farmin; r-cere-tney are Dccueu. ,n an Among the will, be given to young try ,rr Saskatchewan, to, assis. the u McXeil, To. WMtitloners and doctors coming io farmers in whatever cnoits they may i I lowards this ecil, anil to dis- onto- Pi 'iAlbsrla from other rrorinceE, iu the make proposed araendmwits to the medical ssminate knowledge of the principles profession act now before ihe legisla- lupor. wliieli the settlers may hope to -l- [achieve sltccess, a new branch of the urijaiiuieni oi Atriculture to deal ex- clusively will] thi-s phase of agricul- tural activity has been lormed. Ac- cording to zii announcenient matte yesterday the briinch be will be on certificate ol tlw o[ w. W. Thomson, II. .university .'entitled ,to upoR A wto has been prepatinj! Wm. sflf for Ihe work for some months _ A'TIT medical p'rb- ''TiTJcc, Whoao diplomas give him Ihe rient la apply for. examination by tho rpedical fmilly. of the unirereity o( the next examination, be granted an iaterirri license to practice jircTidiDg te is'prepsied to locate. 20 iwiy from a licensed practlc- t'iqneri-when .the nest examinations re held. he ihoiild fail in some of the sub- Jects; his license will extended for Fix order to give him time and .write oft in the other ".iirtjects. CUNARDfRS FROM HALIFAX Loader, Oct. (Tommenclng Jan. 3sti the Cunard line inaugurate ji forlnlghtiy wrrice bctneen 1.1 ver and Halifai, K.' S; past, and will now take the title of Direcior oi Co-operative Organiza- tions- freight, says that the grain shipments especially, nrre. much, larger at Ibis time than last and some go so far as to say tbat they arc double'for September what they were lor the same monili last year.. More wheat has passed through LethbrWse to date than in any previous year in the hlst- vy of the transportation .company and Manitoba, with tempera- ture which list night ranged afpunil tlic freezing point. N'o snow is yet reported from though the. southern part ol the prnyinre has cloudy weatbcr. Winnipeg arid dis- trict has also so far though the''weather-today gives indications of snow at an early hour. 1'respects are for fair" in the.prairie provinces SIR.WiLLIAM GOES TO i OLD COUNTRY. Toronto, Ont., Oct. William MacKenclc has lell for England and from Toronto _to clusIVely over 'railway, and ...........j Hn ivoald easily remedy that difficulty. Other frelghL business is riearly donble that of last year, EO when the conslde-ajlon is. taken this fact, together with the increase in the a-mount of grain -to b; "hipped, the enormity of.. the task of handling the ehlpmenls without congestion readi-'ly seen. be3n appointed general chairman of the Brotherhood of Locomotive firemen arid Engineers and will shortly lake up his residence in this 'city. Lynch will. have to reliniiuish his pciltlbn onMhe C. P. R. aa he will to travel from coast, to Mast dcallnt 'n-llh all complaints by the wnich ne mrnseit controls. HI went from OUawa.over new To ronto Ottawa line wiilch .not ye1 IIWMI opened for passengM- tralfid an thence to Quebec oter CuiadUit Northern Quebec and w-roM tie A I lantic by Royal Edwird. tt l> though thtt Western Canada intereiiu cUln his attention in the Old Country. DIED AT THE THROTTLE Lindsay, Oct. Murray, a Canadian NorlhTn engineer, running between Toronto and Port HOJJP, dierl al the throUiD this morning, r.-bllu ntnning his en cine, just after tho train had left Beats station. fire- man Mm fall and him- rao ilia engine to Lindsay. Murray, who. was foriy-Iive years bid, had been in best of health. "Sweet Sixteen" .comes but once In run flfetfme- Let the portrait prewrve the record of that, happy age- A visit to the photographer keeps for all lime, the charms of sixteen or the bloom cf twenty. Think those pictures mean to you and to tier, Ir. after yean, Modern equipment and the natural, homelike of the upto-date Inture faithful and artlttlc portraiture. Allison The Photographer In Yoifr Town BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGB on all goods you want (or triis fall and winter wear. Every item reflects the meaning of the word "BARGAIN" in the strongest sense Ladies' New Suits and Coats LadiesrNew Silk and Cloth Dresses Men's New Suits and Overcoats Men's New Furnishings At a Big Reduction THE ROYAL STORE SOUTHARD BLOCK 512 3rd AVE, S. ;