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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October Ifi, THE LETHBRTDGr, DAILY ITERATE We have been appointed agentsifor Loth- bridge tnd district The Security Trust Co. Uimteid, OF CALGARY v This company has unlimited funds to-loan and has an Advisory Board, in this city, so that loans can be out little delay. _ F.C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents PHONE iW Wilkie Kerr 3 Lots facing east on William St, ca "Easy teims 2 Lots in Blk 157, the pan Good teims LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK, Next. A R A I Office.. MONEY TO LOAN On Improved firm lands and citj pioperty CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE Z Lota B1.C 2C Duff facmt Westminstei ltd ?42o each Basj Two lots, Block 90, each; terms. 73il2o feet on 2nd Avenue with 14000 house fully modern, 000 terms Revenue 1600 per annum THE C. B. BOWM4N AGENCY Audi! Block Phone 1325 Geo. F E Shantz Angus Shantz Room 107 Sherlock Building_________________ 2 Victoria Park facing east 190000 5 east Park 1 CHOICE icres broke house b irn fenced, i mile from town, 2 miles from'cbal mine: terms easy. Price per acre 1 -acres broke; house, barn, 100 tn winter wheit Per acre 1 fenced; good house, barn, well, partly. Im- proved Crop Per acre 1-2 plow proposition. Per acre 14 land. Per atire 5 ROOM two lots, for rent at ni on th .FOR REAL See us before The Alberta Securities BALMORAL PHONI LETHBRIDCE, R. V GIBBONS CO. We are now located in our new offices in the BALMORAL BLOCK Phone 1191 FOB SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two 63113th St. South (Westminster Terms arranged The H. MACBETH AGENCY JMAUIIANGB r LOANS tUlkOINO-UETHMIOat We a few cheap that lie one hlock of Ilic new school Prices from to Teims, cash, balance pel month North Lethbridge Realty Co. New Life in Board of Trade (Continued from Front Pagt.) liers will being the executive to fif- teen besides the president and vice- presidents. The question of having n paid' secretary was also discussed and met with favor. On to the present, Mr. K. llrinvn of the town offices, has been acting in tins capacity, lull SAFE FROM JYPHOID "FBUTM-TIVES" THE BEST There is practically no denser of Typhoid Fever w lonj; as you keep Uie bowels tegular with Typhoid is ait iiiflaiiiiiULtion of Uie bowels, due to afjerm. This germ enters b, bowels, due to a Herin. This tjeru. enters il was thought that lucre was CIIOIIRIV ihe in water or fSnd. If the work to eiuj.loy a man to do this'! work and nothing else. As this in the body longeiiuiijih lo attack the would ...ore money than the! Hoard could afford, it was suggested; liver, kidneys nnil shin, and cleans the that tin) town lie asked for the bal-j system of all impurities, "i'mit-a-tivts" ancu and' the' members. of. the council' will noUu.e Typuoid-hut it will cure Constipation, nssisL Digestion and tone -lip the prerenliug Typhoid. 5QC. a box, Jz.50, or trial size, 250.' At all or from riled, Ottawa. anco and'the members. of- the uomiciH when asked-their opinions regarding this wriro in fiivor of it. This, was tlion R'ft lo the I'vi'cuiivc who will leiiprt later. The'' of raising tho sub- scription fi'o Fruni one to tun dollars was tlicn discussed, us was also the f1 TU.. D C- jJ of meeting from 8.30 p.n.. to 3 p.m., hut these mat-" Lets wcr'tf also Uift to cvfj'.'niive. Many took advantage of the dijlay anil became iiH'mlier.H at Uio dollar fee. Have Big Pull (Cqntlnued'trom Front Page.) ts advancei! in support The meeting was perhaps the most 6f thjg A Conscr. enlhusiii.siic of its kind ever vative, who took an active part in the Iiciil in riMacli'Od and it is certain fthal, if the enthusiasin lasts and tho recent is the amhority for nwinlicrs work in the same .unity as statement that at least three they did on Friday evening there will .members of the new Cabinet are Mac- lie ;t many things aeuomiilished' kenxio and Mann live saying jby them in (lie future. 'goes. These three.members are Hon. f Plinrcli (tF !hp ftl.nr Hnrhcr C. Church, of the Star Barher Robert Rogers, ilon. Frank Cochran having an addition huiU, on ;lml Hon. W. T.; White. Tlwse thrc fo 1 is prt t shop ind this 1 ai mon 1 is prt t shop ind this coircplited lu put in two mm p chilli nd uill one oi the lust slinin., pulors in th district V "ml nd if it he lino th i ne oose fnenls of thp C-iiut nn Noithern thit cin con itself on lining infli ls ential fi. mis it comt It pom of 'a ,s n. ml, coin .ispo.ri rapidly. This road when ed in this that son. l.msiied will be one, of the licst in M Jelre ntiO -jlr no.rten hiked o o, jo b ot it iierta. blip" 1 ollis nndLl whose guidance understood that Sn 1 homis Shangi -j-: luid made it clear that he dii eithe the is beinii done le is be.nii done. i had made it clear that lie di It. is rumored that the Maclcod not- consider this a wise policy, eithe urling Cluli will build a new rink" for. country, or railways. Per n Jhcir p.operij their p escnt a t'100 ot tllls difference of op Also the Bank of Commerce, C" on Jheir [iioperij their ]i esent nnf- nnu stands to thu niaj be m the merest m the mLmhcrsh.p of the jtlon of lhe Ctlbmet last year, the small rinli was! fonnil-to be very inconvenient and to! 7h :tliis connection, another iutBres, mild a new rink has becii found ne- irig-ruihor is flying around .hotel ,cb. les'au tin Cutlim, club also udors todaj Tlle of the Pre mm, the siting rink it, is quite, pos the H'lnk: ot Commeice it iililr- that thev will need this ptSpe. and the don iho If this is true i compiiu lgun r the sowrnmcnt bj the trou .Mil he foimecl to build in open m 'ol, Toronto 'le ,ed hid much to do with Mi Boiden .ml o, si ,tmK ,i a suitable, location of the Hm c-in be qol AHnj piomincni, citi Whrte ls a ]llomhcut n in. considuiiii; ip rCTarcied with n portfolio the, ouncil can A, Jnt M.H M. Borden'do fo. th towirds the tonn huilding t o[ the rurao, fhat tlie new joiernment will not b as dose''to the Banlc of Montreal: a all .preceding; governments have been and will be closer to the Banlt of-Com nierce. "The renort is'given for wiia it may be worth. There is this hi su. it, tliTit tile influential inel who are commonly known as th( Uahk of Montreal group, and who art Messrs. Nelson and Solile.. of Sc MIL hue hcLn in foi the wctks foi the uu.post o. foim.np; ,n Owl I odgu here anil rntt with nii t' success1 nv ivti men expressed their intention.'of joining this lodge and Masonic rooms in .the Gncr Blpcl hue been jentid as lodge rooms. The first meeting will' be I ndai otcmn; the etc will be ippomled Mr C dCCOllntini. ol the Nollhc n Clown B ink-at Ci! n mid in Maclcod hst night id will act as manager nt the brincll ol tint b ml here duimi; the absence of. Mr. Campbell, who lias left on his holidays. With Heilliir conditions petlect -hu slims in UK Micleod d.stnct is the npidh cf lh thciL lotwilhslindmg J i scircih oi imch.ms in ihc district I hi results so f-u In c ban most monble and hr "iboie inticipilion Stild ing i Fanuii liMiig miles souih ol town his just ImisliLd threshing his ciop whic'i sent over 'i liuslie s to the icic Mi R R also In ing in (lic sollUl tlmshed his irop winch went HI busliLls lo the iui Both So closely allied, wllirtho C. P. R. in terests. are said to 'oe anything >bn pleased with the composition of tin Caljinet. A-ntl yet another rumor says tlia manj of thcnctnc woik ers lie deepli resenting wlnt thev iu pleased to term S'ir Hngii Ornham's atiempt to dominate the policy of Mr Borden in tlie matter of Cabin'at ani [otiier appointments. 'iBecause his pa 'per fought the reciprocity proposals 1 said one of these Conservatives today 'he thinks he has a right to press views lipon Jir. Borden, forgetting, .that in times past, that paper gave Borden very indifferent support and that personally he has little lo .lliank it for. BIG CONFERENCE AT ITS CLOSE ind s Uiuiit.1 lo be UiVbi'a "'1 of LI nn n 'chnch m the nioinini, The ifternooi of M Sonlhcin i v ns Ulc of Sib r PROMINENT MORMON DEAD Salt like Ocl 1 mcnts foi the fnnei u of lol.n lluii.i I Smilh, second councillor of the MOP non church, vyho ilied..hore early'yes-! itli obbonaiKC and the spciken ind Hi Coul.s of New ISnglaiid. ill on, resolution on tire subject vrai Sir Perta in Hie evening m Methodist .Brotherhood lo Kdmmiton, Oet. c. Shnw, M. P. P. for aictller, In- timntc-a tiint he will introdnc'o disci At tho close of the eveThiR service an opcn-nlr service way lio'ld on the .Metropolitan church lawn at whirl1 Itcv. Dr. l.idgolt, of London; Rev. C. 10. Walters, of Sheffield, and Hev. Hilocn Salt spoke. A pleasing foam or th-c service WHS a petition in the opening: prnycr offered by an Amorf- timatcs Hint he will Introdnea opening prnycr ofere y an morl- ii. bill providing for n hiiil tax delngate In helinlf of Iho Duke of at 1hc coming session of the the new Rovenior-genernl. Albertn Ixsglolntni'c. .The cloning sessl.i.is on Saturday fj wc.V! devoted to problems of temper- 1 F, RALLY DAY A DISTINCT SUCCESS Westminster Sunday Sch- ool one of the Best in the Province In the Sunday Scliool world, West- minster Methodise school in North lias the rcmitntion Of not only Ihe best orpanizcd scliool in Al- hcriii, but uisu of'putting on the most novel and attractive features on lliDir special clays. Yesterday was their annual Rally Day, and the pro- gram more than sustained the previ- ous record of the scliool. Last year at their Itally Day, WilslinirisU-r scliool had -an attend- ance of 287, which fact occasioned a good deal .of talk aii.onK Sunday, school people, ami some others, tint yesterday, in spite of a very dis-J agreeable wind, there were no fewer j of loyal subjects of the fair Dominion linn people packed into the little Uie land of the maple. At 2.15 o'clock mission church: 01 these 110 were lhc sumptuously fitted special ..train r nir conveying the Duire and Duchess visitors leaving mem-.. backed into Broad street C. I STAGG'S MOTTO: Small Sales Two Lots in at a bargain, bo sold nt a bargain. Furnished Uoomi. T. H. STAGG Phons Estate Office 5 Johnson Ice'hours 10-12 25 GREAT WELCOME TO THE DUKE Ottawa Enthusiasti c a 11 y Receives the New Gov- ernor General Ottawa, Oct. con- ditions, a magnificent throng: of en- uilmirei'B and abuiidant de- corative effects, were outstanding fea- tures which greeted the arrival here on Saturday afternoon of the. Duke and Duchess of Counaught, whose entry into the capital was'punctuated with the entering of tens of thousand hers of some department of school. The remarkable fact is that: everyone op. ihu 'roll who was enough and was in. tlie city was (here, there being absolutely a hun- dred per, cent, nttciidance and added l.o this was-the fact that nearly ev- en one hid hroiM_ht_ cudincr of the inlcrcsl (Men In R. slii- Preinier Sir Wilfrid i .Banner, judges of the Supreme Court :and oflicers of headquarters staff and m'ilitia regiments in brilliant, .uniforms on hand, and as the train stop- ped their-Royal Highnesses were as- sisted to the platform, which was an [beautifully carpeted. .Premier Borden the idults it is neu-ivm to state tint of the one enrolled in the I Bible Class, there were forty- one present A Unique' Program The whole program took the form ol a 1) i) I uul was most unique in every particular. An pigc. nilttii loliln lull been prepared and distributed the first to greet the Royal after which a general introduc- tion to those present followed.. The meeting between the Duke and Sir Wilfrid Laurier was of a very warm nature. At 2.-JO when -the puke and IJuchess passed niifler a handsome arch at the .entrance parlia- ment grounds the' "Union Jack was lowered and the Royal Standard flung: to the breeze, whereupon the vast aud- ience ch'eered w'ildiy. In reply to an iVortii Lcthbrldgc, the Westminster Sin baturdayj address ot the city His Royal High- School Tele-. house in the same district, giving an invitation to everyone 'not associated with another Sunday School to go on the excursion: On the folder was a comphmcntaij ticlcl foi (he tup As mentioned, three Hundred "and twenty-five people were on board when the excursion started at three o'clock vesterdav afternoon. The trim in 111 e shape well oiled, lots of accommodation being the only lack. Junction, the orchestra provided excellent music and did the ness expressed his thanks, for the warmth of the reception'iind.also paid a high tribute to Earl Gve'y. During the .the addresses many people so .great was the seething mass of humanity around tlic platform where the ceremonies took placs. 5000 acres Finest AVhoat Lands in Alberta Splendid vicinity. No't far from Lethbridge. it your way. i Only per acre 1-2 cash, balance in three equal .annual instalments, bearing per cent, -interest. W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. S., LETHBRIDGE Agent for Avery Gas.iL Steam Plowing FUNERAL OF THE LATE THOMAS M. HAIG Clarosholhi, Oct. funeral toolr place today-of Thomas M. Hal of Claresliolm, who died tn Calgary on Thursday after a long illness. Mr. Haig hna jraen Incapacitated for busi- ness for many months same'at several other points along j complaint -and after going the route. The classes were called at i one or 'two oucratioira he through spinal through died as the different stations and gave Oicir. record of attendance that at Promise Peak (Miss A. Butler's win- ning the f r I hi. bi.sl attend- ance for the past month. As each class reported perfect attendance, its teicllp is piLsentcil with an ap- propriately printed badge. When tin-- classes had all reported the superintendent, John Torrance, was surprised by a presentation.of a verv handsome badge, naming liim as the supennicmlenl and general man- ager of Hie road As the excursion progressed -a splendid program was given. The led the orchestra, was es- pecially Mod. Five short addresses weii. giitn Jonhn of tlie district association tlie ivork of the train dcspateller who lire.Is the trains. This'is God, and :hc Book :0f Kules issued for the guidance of the men is the Bible. The ol tin despatchcr ind tlie rules of the order hook wns miphasb.cd A. 13. Dnnlop, of Slicpl.enl en, well improved; buildings, fence, well, etc. Price cash. For .particulars apply to the Cascaden Land Co. -WESTMINSTER ROAD Lots y-10-11 and 12 Block "W" S450 Each. Terms 1-3 cash, bal. 3-6-9 months. See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel WON'T TAKE THEM BACK Winnipeg, Oct. the nineh- nists and boilcrmakers of the Grand Tnmk .Pacific railway who are von the train {strike and did not, return to worltrbe- Ifore noon today, arc no longer con- sidered employees of tlm company. Y.M.C.A ispecl i m re.eronci' ,o tlie missionary of ihr school. A special mr on tlie excursion train vus icservrd for the school from Vhi'.e's which was (here in nil force its [iim.s'ts of Ihu U'cslmins- er School. Tlle whole excursion was run on chednh' time without the use of a hairmaii, it simply ran itself. The irdrr was perfect and it vns one of the most remarkable PRINCESS BEATRICE ASHORE ON NOBLE ISLE. .'ell as successful .Sunday school days ver carried anywhere. What ninstrr scliool will do ncvl year to ass (heir record tins is hard o surmise. Vancouver, Oct. wire- less 1-eporr received tonight states that tile C. P. H. const sfeanmr Princess Beatrice, souiliboiind to Vancouver from Princa Rupert, IK ashore on Noble Island, Alert Bay. Oulf of Georgia, her sister ship, the Princc-.iH Hoyal, standing by. H. is understood all passcngorSj find crew nre safe. It is be- lieved the vessel is not tfer- iously Injured. MAOERO IS PRESIDENT Mexico City, 'Mex., Oct. Lacking; only the ceremonies of the inauguration which will take.place In November, Fran- cisco 1. Aladero is president ot thy Republic, of by a vote of the electoral body, which: wns practically unanim- ous. He was ofllclally nomin- ated. A SNAP 7 lots, flonior of nvenuo south, (London Flnntl) ant] 21st street, for {SijflO.ou, including lot fortj'-ono feet. The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;