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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta October 12. 1911. THE LETHBRIDflB DAILY 1'ajte 3 tf We have been appointed agents for Lcth- bridge and district The Security Trust Co. OF CALGARYf Limited This company lias unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can be out tlirougliiwith very little F. C. Lowes Go. Owners and Sole Agenta 5 roomed 1 1-2 storey' house on 3rd Ave. N. with pity'-water and light, 'all in splendid- shape; price cash, balance a inoni.li.-. North Letlibridge Realty Co. PHONE SM A GOOD INVESTMENT "Look Into It" Two briclt cottaces on corner of Bartlott (12th) street and Reed street, revenue 1780. oer annum. Price Terras J3000 cash, balance four yearl. _ Wilkie Kerr PHONE 623 "INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R. A I. Office., I MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm lands and city property. CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE 2 IJots, Blk. 26, buff, facing Westminster Rd., each. Easy terms. Two lota. Block 90, J52I. each: terms. 73x125 feet on 2nd Avenue with 14000. houie, fully modern, terms. Revenue J600 per annum. C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Aci'dll'Block. B. II. MOTT c-o 904 Ith St. South or PHONE F. Shunti. Angus Shantz Room 107 Builiting YAND 2, (LOCK u, ALEX, tncinit pair, 1100 hal. easy 37 1-Z FEET ON 6TH AVE. ,A FINE BUILDING 124, ivith nhnck on rear Bl lane worth Z tO ROOMED MODERN 1 3S, on jot. 50 x ISO; all fenced; central; at 1-4 tEC. IMPROVED north of Diamond City, 95 acres broken, buildings wortli 11100; well with windmill; all fenced; 95 acres of In shock go with farm. rash, (ml. oasy. For quick Mle, per acre FOR RENT. ..11300 ..fBMO ,...130 R. V GIBBONS CO. We are now located in our .new offices in the BALMORAL BLOCK Phone 1191 FOR BALE That most desirable 7 fully modern bungalow, standing on two 631 13th St. South (Westminster Terras arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY IMftURANCG LOANS METHODISTS IN FAVOR OF UNION Conferences in Canada are. Almost Unanimous For It Toronto. Oct. coniplirte tabulation of the Vote in tlic Canadian Melhofjlst annual conference compos- ed of vjqual numbers of ministers and laymen on "the 'basis of union with the I'roubyterian and Congregational cliurchoF. shows that 157fi ministers and laymen voted in I'avor of union, and "TU against it. Tlie figures arc: For Toronto............ London Hamilton.......... Hay of IK1 Montreal......'..... N. llrunswick KB.1-- Nova Scotia........ Newfoundland Manitoba......'..... Saskatchewan........ Alberta............... British Columbia...... 81 123 120 124 S4 Agst. 411 II 27 15 54 Totals PRESS COMMENTS ON NEW CABINET Fovt William, Ont., Herald In an editorial, H. .U liunlcMi has inspired a Oct. says lion, but confidence in the future of his ailmfcinralion hy Hie choicl; "f llis cabinet ministers'. Many or the most i lo; al Conservative partisans view 'with Wet and alarm the personnel of the new government, ami arc not slow in asserting their objections. They consider and justly them can be no excuse, offered for the choice Mr. Borden has made. It cannot be questioned, that there'arc to be found within the parties representation in the House of' Commons, to say noth- HII; ol tin. able men do nol bold M-Us it the picsrnl tinii. more competent and Xvorlhv ailminis- liatois til in llmost the catltc list o! pn i councillors troted by Mr. Borden. Nationalist Victory Saskatoon S.sk Ocl 10-Ol tnc nev, cabinet the will say mid in iliclois who lotnl the all Hritish ticket last month, will, cx- peiicnii i (.hill on uulms the Imal announcement of the Rorilcn cabinet Ibci icjrctul i non pohlicil tndc 11 lansjcmcnt which would Ime gnca lindi i hit, in till. Unit cil Stiles N'ow HIM a ment foi Cm id i which five's honoi ind lo the Nltionlllits who no opposed ii i in" pi ogi minus ol inv -.Mid Uoidcn s wotl is i nidi disappointincn.t to tlie old time Con- siuiliu Ihc strong nun tht. cahincl. arc- Foster, While, liogers-, Monk and I'ellctier. llr. Hordcn's pisl ncoril i.nr-5 lltllL j, ound for hope that he v.-ill he able to work out anv policy with Ihc aggrega- tion he has chosen. There arc stir- mu 'liis "ot fit iln.ni in C undid i politics. Thinki Well of White Toronto, Oct. the Hon. FOR IMMJ3DIAT.E SALE Soitth Fine 5 roomed house, bath, wnter closet, electric furnace. Completely fenced; Ideal home for small family. Price for quick sale. 1700.00 cash, balance very terms. Apply CLARESHOLM NEWS BORDEN GETS SIR JOHN'S OLD ARMCHAIR Claresholm, Ocl. 'might have beyii n tieriu.un fire WHS happily extinguished without very niticli dam- ago this morning. About tvvcn ii.in. Ur. Learn was arousud by hta nurno- niald rtistvliiK Into Ills room gesticu- lating loudly and on gohiR livto the bedroom names. Tlic Tire brigade Hinted promptly and to con fine HIVJ lo I ho room and clotht's rlosol. There was a li'iyh wind It lowing at, tlie time and hail th-a tiro once gainful hold of tlie house i( would have up both it and the adjoining build- ings. lose U put at about Thomas Thomson Cooper, Ir.iiij; neflr Irere. died on Friday and was buried linre. lie was ovsr seventy 1874 lo 18T8, when he out of office and law in Toronto, has recently become jhw property of Mr. H. II Borden, Ih'e premier-elect, under romantic clrctimstancRs. When the personnel of thp Kiw firm ot' Macdonald ami Marsh, with offices in the old Trust and Loan Ituilding. ?5 Toronto street, changed, thu old chair, which had been 'used by Sir John as j'jpnlpr partner, passed Into the posses- and come from Nebraska where of the new'5enlor membcr of tnc he had.sold o.ut his holdings lo thfi ,ato WMliain K.c, .with son Milton W. Cooper. j ,n im was called The Rov. Mr. Wilk'iniion has P> Mo'the chair was handed ov- slKned the rectorship Or St. (o the Junior member, George A. cliiircb of England, Olarssimlm, on Kindlon, the only Conservative m em- it ccomiL of. the, health of iiifi wife. He Of thu Hnn .at tli.u Urne, who was 'and will probably retiring. go .east though the intends, .remain Some few years later. .Mr. Kingston hi il.'j service of tlie church in the j WHS present, as Secretary of thc IJor- west. {den Club of Toronto, at a banquet ?tv Tfcsre a.re several of" Efckjon by the .club at the King Kdward in horses ami' one or two losses by honor of the leader ot the UcaUi of Horses, no doubt owing puriy, and shortly afterward ask- ailments conRequeni on change of led Mr. Borden to allow him, on flint i occasion in Iho future 'n which The town is pretiy just now all Conservatives looked forward as and there are few men waiting around !not far distant when he wuuld pro- looking for jobs. This year for clo-je !mier of Canada, to make him a pre- on two the streets were of the chnir. crowded with' man wailing for har- vest and threshing time. Among the a b.unch of hoboas and there were BO many in Clareshtfi'ii as there has been this fall. Nearly every day t.frare conies along some cripple whp looks as if he or she were thriving on their misfortunes. There j who gets into people in town and j then disappears. The latest sample of this breed- was Scotch and Ms manoeuvres seem to t.y as follows: i-On.arriving In town be speedily en- When the Grsat tember 21 and September 24, ISi'I, are eloquent concluding chapters in the history: "Toronto, September 2 L "R. Borden, Halifax, Nr. S., "Heartiest congratulations. Will "GEORGE A. "Ottawa, Out., September" 24. "George A. Kingston, Temple Build- ing, Toronto, Ont.: lo find out. the names of .11 r" tho. 'Scou .round, ami if pos.lble .-j'" arm chair wr-rp tfi'v come from in thy old OHt BORDfcN. tn-y come The chalrls hulll in the old fa-shion- country.' !n thl. way he often luts comrortoble ,vjlh the hlgh upc-n one who conies from near home, but this is of course an ,uu- UGiia'ilv lucky strike. At, any rate his story ie that he is a miner from Xova Scotia and -that lie has arrang- ed lo go oiil tor son a other Scot '0 mitea tov n but has to back frames. The frame is of maple and was originally uphoiste'red in green baise. It has recently, however, been re-covered In a more' modern style with heavy dark leather. wait own Iliia night uul AT LILLE he for 00 for h hotel TUli game is on s eral and haMng sot much as he j i oiil of cich( and hci A'lta1' Ocr his same is 1 mi, I oil" I fi.t he nulls ilMnks'sivihg 'jn town Thi, tort of Scotch basg" hcrc Sun. usuall} (Iocs pretty well Octoter s. The uniireh bcau- Itlfnlly decorated evergreen, countrymen, who nevertheless, are ;nMs_ noK.irs; etc does pretty claim lie has oh his who nevertheless, .are noie 'the less sore, wh'an they find that their bawbees have vanished never-to return. ThV Stewart Ranch took 10 first several seconds at Stavely fair. "Todav a car of horses belong- ing to the Stewart Ranch, C. N. Booth arid Ben Finlayson were 's High River Fair. hreshing near town is gressing though the high wind has ttle detriment to operations Some have ihreshed out as liigh as 38 'bushels an acre, while on the other hand-some have only aiul'oth- ers'.as low a-s bushels. 'The. frpf did 'nnicii damage but all the same Jvjre will he lots in grain. If rain J, snou does nol come Ihiesli I organisli; :B.-Keilll. Miss ng will DC soneral all over the end jj_ ln ,-olcc. which had Ji vory pleasing effect. Over the pulpit hung the motto "The Lord of Before the pul- pit .1 plalform held a fine array of fruits.- On either aide two smaller mottoes hii'dg "0 give and Pioise yu tnc Lord." I he morning service well at- tended. The preacher, Rov. T. W. Young, of Frank, gave an discourse, which was enjoyed by all. I he evening service was a great success .the'Rev, Tod, of'Blai'r- moria an einrinMnt sermon to a record congregation. Interest w is ilso added to tiie evening service by the rendering of two Ui _J, in excellent sly 1-3. by our Ii'. White, Canada's new finance min- lisli-r, tiici World says "He is young and free and is said to believe in Ihc people as Ihu higgcsl asset in po- jlilical lite U lie plays thc people's [gallic he will he thc higRcsl L'anailinn of his "cut-ration." 'I'lii! Cllobe says ".Stern and un- yielding at times, Mr. White has a soil- sidr.'Wli.il. has influenced him in I accepting a ministerial position lie i will not Icll, but, those who know him say he will bring to' his new duties a SIMISC nf responsibility that will spell ruin for inter- ests at Ilic Canadian capital.': English Views Differ London, Oct. Daily Sews, Jin an editorial comment upon 1 I ier Hordrn's ncwiy-appointed canine! [Says, very composition nl" tilt; i cabinet promises hot' a little future of this week. The Union Bank building and tiro n-ew d'dppt are rarj'idly being com- pleted. Over 20 men are working on the depot. COWLEY TALK sent. A crowd of young people clear- On Monday evening, a very enjoy- concert was held; after which the fruit was sold. After teen likl- ding, every articl-a was sold, :t respeclahle Slim; nearly 111', was bfl to the church Tbe cha'ir was taken by W. P.. Wil- liams, and aftor a few well chosen re- niiirlu', went through an enjoyaliie I rogrammc. Mrs. Keith rend in a iir.astcrly manner "The Theologian's Cowtey. Ocl. concert held enjoyed. In the Opera Mouse, under the xv-mjBnls sang li-ices of the Ladies' Guild of St. atract that.al, ,vlla ri.-in's was a grand success. K. L. Dawsoll, Owilm Bv- About two hundred people were I're-1 nns_ MastBr w. J. Evans and Mrs. Kei'Mi all added plear-nre to the even- ing by their singing, and. in each disc an encore was given. A dnei by the Misses Husiies, and a by the hall, danced for a few IIOMI--I after tho concert. I. M. Kasterbrook has purchased a i gasoliaa tbreshinc outfit from Mr. BvnnSj of Vroonl ,of Mountain Mill. ilered in such fl'lc Rtvlc ih is pleased to sec Kd. Pre ,.en. core properly demiiud-od. After i f.ronblr. It coalition for il includes Monk, who, next lo Itoiirassa, is thf, fornmost tif Ihw Clcafly A'.r. thc conclusion Qnubcu NntiuiiaHsis. Borden has cnmc to that tlic N'ationalist factor in ihu House and thc Nationalist vole in I constituencies; cmild not bp. mtird. Mordcn or MoiiK squander soinn of their convictions tlip two can hardly avoid ling." Tin: Mornine savs. "The con- slilulion of iho IHSW cnbinnl. shows it is well rillcil carry mil a broad national policy. Although only one of Ihc ministers, lion. Ciru! K. Kos- tcr, (HTvioush1 hclil nfTicc in the Do- minion i-nvernment, all (be now mom- bcrr. arc of tried abilily and it IK; IntorcstlnR to sen how far Hordpn will be able, lo work towards tin- ot clocf union with- out. the Joyce hack at the elevator .again. ;3 ,Bniarlis. or' This is Mr. Joyce's fourth term M vcry ell. the etevator. A. Jlclvor, Ihc druggist, of thi-i ppeiit .Monday, at IMncher Crcelc The government tt'lephone Hint has been illElalHug niral li'-.'js Ihronsli (her.? distric'R, left on Mon- day for tJleiclicu. where they are go- ing lo do similar work. A meeting of all 'interested in skat- lug and hockey will ho held in II. C. .Morrison's office on Thursday lligtil ne.xt. Thomas .shepherd, who hay had joyahlc evening was broup.ht close. lOvery praise is due to Mrs. i W. F1. Williams ami Mrs. K: A-mler- son for thc ahlw manner in which they carried out ll'fi church dccora- lion-j. ion Acreage! The clifincc of a lil'c time lo direct from I he owner H( I'ricc I'll tor Suit-division. Look nl the ami you will find that iho TOWN OF CORONATION IS A DIVISIONAL POINT With a iiumlit.1 r of branch lines riiiiiiing-into (he. Best Fanuiiify Coini- try i'! Alberta. End i Acre conUiins 12 Lois, each 25 ft. x 124 ft. There.will soon he a ready sale for cstoh Lot'at tlie price you can now jnnvliasc an Acre for. One Town in (he recent Auction Sale realized C'fill at my office and let mo slitnv you plans and full Per acre Frank Waddington Phone -Rooiii 217 Sherlock Blk. EVENINGS- J STAGG'S MOTTO: Small Sales Two Lots In Alexander at therefore, will be sold nl a bargain. "Furnished Rooms. T.H.STAGG Phone Eitate Office S Johnion houpt 10-12 2-S 5000 acres Fiiicsl Wheat in Alberta Splendid vicinity. Kot fn'r Tram I.elhbridge. It your wny. Only per acre 1-2 casli. balance in three annv.il inslnja'cnls. bcnring 6 per cent, interest. W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. S.. LETHBBIDGE Aner.t for Avery A Steam Plowing ROAD .Lots and 12 k "AV" S450 Each. 1-3 rash, bal. See H. J. H. Skeith Phflnn 1313 Opp. Alexandra Hotel A SNAP RUSSELL FILES WRIT Ottawa, Oct. the famou-j Russell case, which was con- cluded her-3 yesterday, Dnvirl asatust contract of snullng the streets, has following II. nearlv complcied Iris work, and with a statement of clam, ,n ,i r I'inh hp c ;i ins to havo UPCII dene Cow'.ny has some of thc best I Saskatchewan The case will HIM! such men an Hon. Win. Piigsley, Sir Win. Mackeii- zid ant) Sir Donnld Mann nrft impl'i- .lulin tt'fi for IHc rinclicr Cresk coiietiluoiicy, was ii t.odny. seems (pille coiifi- of Ills elnciion. Mr. Hoss will make as flue ii nicmhcr as over sal ihp IIOIIEC ot I Us nomination an a candidate came as n 'iirpriue- to opposition of this ttlace. Their look deal in tried In Ottawa, lion. Clifford Slfton. Sentence or rioalii was at. moro scri- jfiaskatocn or. James A. AIak. fho three OUR since they find (hey have a man 'fold murderer, of Vaiw county. He lyalnM them who is hard lo beat, (will linns November 28. 160 Acres 5 uii.lc.s from Cham- pi oil. acres hrok- biiilding'.s, fence, 'rico SlL'50 wish. For particulars apply- to ilus Cascaden Land Co. 1 lols, corner nf 7ih n venue south, j (London Road) and 21st street, for SSfJflO.OO, including lot forty-one j Terms. [The Dowsley Mulhern j Land Co. I Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street i ;