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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta "t'mre 1ft THK LKTi.itt.-iiKiK ilKJUIL SiilnWiii.V. Oriulwr'i. -GIVEN BY THE- OPEC1AL OACRED CONCERT TO-MORROW EVENING At 9 O'CIock ADMISSION FREE Collection Taken at (he Door Doors Open at 8.15 Victor Heconls ire now perfect. They ore Absolutely uniform in tone quality, and more dur- able than ever. Double sid- ed records. 80c for the t tvo. Write for catalog of over JiOOO records and waicti the pa- pers for.lnt of new ery month. Ma.sou A- Kisrl Dominion Block. Pho LAYMEN SAY MISSIONS PAY Strong Arguments Ad vanced at a Baptist Rally CANUCK MAY LEAD NAVY Turkish Sultan's N a va 1 Advisor is a Native of Canada TV AND DISTRICT It is of interest to know that the j IISVH] advitier to the Sultan of Tur- key, .aid his is a horn Canadian. Capu Kanstord Buckman, or Buekman Pasha, is a native of i Mansnort, wliere he first saw the light in 1SK9. While he was The value ami purpose of missions an inUint his parents removed to Was piven ill the" Bap-' the Stui'3 of .Maine. A't 17 he was sail- List TThe uddrcss- j the-seas in merchant ships, and es n-LTe.botii educational" untt !l Comparatively early age had com- ationiit.-' Ki'eryoKe of- ihe speakers ships- both at.sea and in the .seemed so lull, of the .subject that each-might havi- occupied the i miles, and the population is about mostly Berbers, though there [arc many Jews. Th-o normal Turkish force in the province is about 10.000, mostly in the two seaports. The Capital City Tripoli is the capital dly, and is strongly walled and garri- soned, with an open harbor. K. has j considerably foreign trade. It is tho j principal terminus of caravan routes from across the desert. The popula- tion is about Kenjhazi, the other port, is the cajj- U of the adjoining Turkish vilayet j of Barka. It is beautifully .situated i on the -east coast of the Gulf of Sidra. j VALUABLE TIMBER LIMIT Fredorfuiim. X. B.. Oct. S'ian ley Douglas, of this city, has purchas- ed what is known as the Pletwood block, near the village of Stanley, on ilvs Nnshwaka. The Flcetwood block coniprises thrra thousand acres "of: Booth, the head of the Snlvation Army valuable' timber limits, containing a ttcfoi'K tllc Mayor of London. large ijiianUty of both hard and soft j wood, Hnd the price is said to; Whole-salt! robberies at' Grand Trunk Ixi upward of Tho freight cars in Western transferring the property to Air. Doug- jOn, ins was sigiratl by CJer.'eral Wfiiiam arc giving the detectives lot of trouble. Ure.it Lakes. Than he J ,clly met at the V. .M. C. A. on .'uay ert'tiinir, ar.d planned a series of Tcclures aJons 'electrical lines lo to aS t! V. M. A. nach Monday eve Jiiig, beginning October iti.----Mr. A. Heid will give the lirst lecture.on ,thp iMibjeci ''AK'-irnadnj: Current's.'" lectures are a part of tba rsg- edwcE-Udnal work of the associa-( tlon, and are frse to a'il men whether 01 people. -not. interested in women .sent, out j shipyards in Philadelphia, and was Ji trial commander of the U. S. ivas buib'd went slriiigliv Maine. When in 1004 he BAD FIRE IN RICHMOND, Richmond. Va.. Oct. today gutted the four srioroy building by the Itichmonu branch of the International Handler Co.. e damage estimated between and Origin unknown. lo ihe murk.; Miss Knbinsun, ai '-viitasknvin' previous to going to India 'eight years a'gu, talked in .ji verj' riiterlaining way.1 about her wi.rk; there. She told of the characteris- tics ol" thitt country and its different The work of I he Mission Boards As ,lix, l was -ca! work. .Watch the-papers for fur- mitivc wompn -tiler announcements. A. M. Bunt, formerly of Lethbrldge, 'has charge of tb> dry ebods dc- -U'triment of Messrs. Buck'and equipinvnt large opportun- '.a- constructed in j Express Co. have low-ared of late, taught school ''he jards. to Turkey, he stayed there jT-he ehiinge cnriivs into force on'Sep- aa naval adviser, and has received itember I. several decorations for services dered. When, in .IPOB.''there was danger nf war. Buckman was decided upon to direct, "naval manoeuvres should be necessary. Mis friends -Am-erica believe hta will be invested with similar authority in the present crisis, Turkey's Strength -Btm, qf High River. S MEDICINE HAT BABY MAY DIE Mdicine Hat, Oct. bly burned naout the body, Bor- nice. lie littie two year old daughter of Mrs; Stacey, 725 Braemer street, was taken to the city hospital at o'clock this afternoon in a dying con- dition. Faint hopes are for the child's recovery. The little une WL.-J playing on the bed at.the family residence when in sonic way the- bed took fire, presumably from the little one playing with match- es. jit.iej siir impressed her audience with i Ihe' privileges open to Christians of i f J L'nrierwoorf, of Calgary, who y is well known in Lethbriilgc, was ck'iir ami in his proof that miiisiniii, pay from the business stand- point, lit showed this Irom S PERFECTION COCOA Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is jmt Cocoa, pureCocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nurscj and Doctors recommend its ax n lieluiett or in health. I Tbe Turkish navy includes about sailors and marines, and is made up of: -1 Cruisers R Gunboats '_' Destroyers............... -I Torpsdo Boats............ S Many bavo been bulk within th-a person- i last two years, and inside the past' .al experience, nnd referred particular-; fcw months several old ocean liners ly tu wluit is being done in the Chi-j haw been bought as transports. neso mission at Calgary. The Chi-jlflOS Rear Admiral Gamble, of the ncse there are erecting a new build-' British navy, was loaned to assist in Ins IheinscIvcK. One of them and several Hri poits wife and ;i small mission :Lish officers have since assisted in the school in China and another is ting liimsL-if in return to China as a' army has htyn snlen' jdialy reorganised since the revolution 'of 1908, German officers having di- rtev. i... MeLaunn, Supt. of Lhe ref0rma-cion. AM MllMIlI. sions in Alberta, in -A brief lalk, prc-'mans are to military service, dicleri grra! things for the Cnristians and certain sects fiav-e ary movement, anri expected to soon exemption fees. The cavalry num- lind more intcre.st taken in it thaiiibers about artillery in politics at ;i time not far distant. w'trl 1.500 guns, engineers, iu- Senior, Acting Secretary Of 600'000 or TSu.wOO in all. Tton the r.ayruen's Missionary Movement 1tht in '.anRdu for the Baptist church, TE5.' I AM CrOiriQ- TO HAVE COMPAHY AND YOU CAM NOT STAY IM THE ROOM? Tlle oxpreS5 -of [he Domiiiion wtec address occupied the era are reserves which swell the tha total well over a million. The armv is widely distributed in Africa, lime. IE a good speaker. He inspires thosi- win; hear Mm witli his own cn- lliit.sia.sni anrl conviction. lie ex- plained the naltire anrl world-wide scope of tlic Laymen's Missionary showing the ijigness of anrl the rapid progress it Canada having the repn- Italy's Line-Up Italy's army has a peacte strength of about regulars, war strength, including regulars, reserves various classes ol militia of .near- jly j The navy numbers about men land includ-as: Battleahips In Cruis.'ars, first class Cruisers, second and third Guuhoats............ 10 Ki Torpedo boats Submarines is itmkinir. ilalion of hring Ihe greatest nation of i he mirlrt from the standpoint of j llic intrn-sl in and efficiency of the I.a; inrn's Missionary Movement, Mr. Senior was impressive jn his rtfercnc- jcs !n tin: translotming power of the! I Chrisiinii religion and seemed lo rn- Ijor of the reaction on Ihe i Concerning Tripoli jmen who are. trying spread it. Ilisj Tripoli, a colony or j r-.rldr.'x.v uas clear, forceful'State Turkey, IB Koutheaat of Tun-j land convincing. j IP. and north of the Lybljin dcs-j and extends to the Egyptian hor-' along the Mediterranean. Along! DEATH OF INFANT Ithe.cOHSf. If.u a fertile plain, hut the j death occurred this morning of jlntcrlnr IB much ll'ersectcd by Irreg- R. M. .McLelland, -ihe j'llar mountain systems nnd inter-! montliB and ten days old son sneraed with considerable amount and of lioyal of doecrt land, with In our Fine New Store In the Balmoral Block l arger with a much than we have New Pickard Hand-painted China Diamond-set Jewelry Solid Gold Goods stock of new ever carried before, inc Brass Goods Silverware Sterling Silver Novelties and everything to te found in a first-class jewelry store jewelry luding View. Mr. and Mm. are .known to tho pnoplo_ of Loth- hrMge. Thw funeral will be hold to- morrow at 1 p.m.. from Hoynl MI friRudu are invited lo attend. Tim !tev. A. M Gordon win conduct the at Unl-artak-er R. 0. Addlnon will funeral. oases. Dales, olives, almonds arge and are the principal pfodtictB, hut akins, ostrich feaihers and sponges are largely oxporied. The jjrod.ncts much limited In quanti- ty, to the Hi mop t entire absence of rain. The area is A. WRIGHT J. M. Henderson, Eye Specialist, has also moved his office to our new store ;