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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Mi m IETHBRID6B HERALD S'riPSOM A BUCKAMAN PubUahcirs � B. 8IMP80N W. A. BUCHANAN saBSCRIPTION: n Advaactf  1.50 a year O tiarwiM taOO a year ADVERTISXNO: Pa� Month  1.00 Per Inch YOUNG MEirS CLUI. The Youiig M�n'a Chib, which ha.s its location in the parlors of^'o�"oy Church is worlby ot encouragcnifnt from every citiscn. Thij* inst.tution is the only homelike placo that is offered to the many of the yeung men who aro away from, tho influv'tico ot parents. It provides moans of recreation that aro bntcficial iand guarantees to tho young men. helpful surroundings. If the Went is going to bo a groat and good country ;t must possess men of clean character nnd we know of no pTaoc where character has a hotter opportunit.v of being developed along the rigftt lines, than in the Young Men's CJul>. There is to be found a gymnasium for physical exercise, a reading room providing pajMsrs and maga -zines that will enable the young men to keep in touch with the news of the world, and games thai will afford many pleasant hours. (Tlie Young Ifen's Club Is a safeguard. It Is an inAuenoe that uili hold .young men in the right oath and eitisens should help this worthy organization along with words of racouragemeni and financial assist -anco. CEREAL FiUTORir. At Pcterboro, Oirt., the .American Cereal Co., nianui'acturors of Quaker f>ats, have nn mill, employing hundred.s of hands. The location of the industr.v there has cnu-scd oats to be groui) almost wholly by tlic farmers in that district. ns tho mill bu.vs all that ..s miscfl at a fiood price! It .strike.s u.s that in a district lik-; tliat .surrounding Lethbridge, � w,h"re oats are always n.i\ abundant crop, it cereal comi>any voulU make monc.v As long UK iK'oplc eat porridge, titcre will bo a huge demand for > at :uepl and our Lethbridge capital ists shouki get in- on the ground floor at once and a fac -lory hero that will produce a ocajiiI from Ixithbridgc grown oats for /"alo on the Pacillc Coast and in >iio Western provinces. The best way for Lcthbridge to develop ns an industrial centre is for its own citizens to invest, in manufacturing enterprises. Don t wait for Ea.stern capitalists, because the majority of men in ihe east with money, won't �n\-cst a cent, unless they sec a hundred cents coming into their pockets. iNHiple wlio live there have their ftir coats and caps on and mocassins are at a premium. Sunn.v Alberta forever. Boost Ijothbrldge for nil you worth arc !f Hon. C. S. Ilyumii i ny-way aware of Ihe itooKihI deal 'm London it should ho skUloo private life for him. ' The Toronto Mail and K'inpirc calls in thunderous tones for Hon. C. S. H.>inan to resign. Wh.v not include Hon. Ocorgic Foster, too? CHURCH BIRTHDAY DABBLED IN STOCKS OnUrio Bank Absorbed by the Bank of Montreal. Toronto, Oct. 13.-Owing to The C.l'.n. ought, to Itc mode to wait for ntain line connections at Medicine Hat. Lcthbridge Is entitled to a dail.v mail ewry day, not every da.v or two. GOSSIP By dM ON THE SIDE rattler 'Sk.doo 23" has become quite a slang expression. Us origin will in terest most people. Here it is: "An .\merican race track has ^ooiii tor twcnt.v-two iftartcrs onl.V. An extra starter has to start from uo-hind and 'is practically out of the race, so it was a case of " twentyj three" for him, tho jockeys would say. Further, a horse by the nasnc of Skidoo got this unenviable position more than onw. Then canne '.ho con>bi nation. Methodists Celebrate Their Anniversary. The annivvrsuri" services of Hcsi.'\' Church were held on Sumlay, lecl totvard which all the be a diflercnco of opinion about the tHIngs of life arc wx)rkiiig. He spoke .assots. but I do not wish to s|>eak of some of the things that nmke ns .'of that. One per.�ion iiwiy place u stronger, trtbulotion, teniptatio-i. | value upon certain n.ssets ami nv-chasti.senient. all lhe.*�o things a'''' other person may place quite a dit-meant for discipline and devclopm Nil j fei-eirt value on them. At any rate He closed with a strong ni>i'eil to I do not wish to discuss tho>:ir link our lives with C.oii. j of tho banks position. I believe In the afternoon a s|>e('ial peision , there is an arrangement on foot for of the .Sabbath School was hold ; I ' an amalgamation of the bank with which Pr. Sparling and Wni Munns ' unothcr institution and that is oil." gave appropriate addresses. It is sai0,000 ha%'e disappcaretl vhilo "The Victory of Faith." He sho\v.�'l j another rumor -sets the figure at 83 how n�n by faith have maflo con - uOO.OOO. quest of tho forces of nature a.i.l The bank has a capital stock of wrought out the mnrvellous uch e\c- 1.500,000 and a fund of $700,-ments of which our centur.v boas's, 000. In this .sense they have ovorcomo tho world. Hut the givatcst loii The total loss, cannot be conjectur--!ed but to force the bank into its Southern Alberta may have an -other industry soon. The cactus, which we have considered such a nuisance on our prairies is to >ank by the Dank ot Montreal, but such came to no result. Later the Royal bani; opened negotiations and it is understood that in the course ot the lat- ucction with the bu.lding fund, anil j tor b-ank's examination of the On-subscriptions were solicited. The re- lario bank's affairs irregularities sponse brought �390 cash and gl".0,wore first discovered. The prasideiit in subscriptions, making a total 'or the day of ?510.00. of tho Ontario bank, C R. K. Cock-burn, who was then in England, waJs 13 LOTS 13 ON LONDON ROAD 4 inch water pipe line runs in front of all the property. A snap for a few days only $1350.00 One Half Cash Down The ?. B. Bowman Agency LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA GEORGE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) List yonr lands with us. We can show you that we are selling. It j-ou want to bny, see ut. ^ Our patrons deal over and over with us, which is evidence of fair dealing Try us as buyers and -----sellers on----- Lands^ City iProperty and Live Stock We wiirmake a specialty of l.=ve stock. List anything yon have with us, even if but one animal. Will give same attention to small tleals as ..'e would to large ones. We must give credit where credit is due. The Calgary Albertan has iiu proved wonderfully during the past few weeks. Its news is better put together and Its imges arc nil bri^:)'! and newsy. Typogftphical appear -nncc helps to make a newspaper, attractive as much as anything. Proprietor Pavidson's editorial columas are fearlessly conducted and he always hits what he considers an in-.iustice, good hanl blows. A Toronto millionaire has erected a (!50,000 mausoleum. What fool -;Hhne.enditure on the dead, when the same amount .>f money expended on the living would make the world happier. What will the dead know about the expenditure of 150,000 anyway. Root the bribers and ballot switchers out of Canadian politics, even if it cos-ts some public men their reputation. Save Canada's reputat* ion at any rate. There is an editorial column %fi the Toronto Telegram that is about the most pess.mistlc lot of stulT, dished up in this country. Daily it looks on the dark side ot things and one would imagine Canada was the worst place in tho world to live in and its peopl? were all crooks �nd thcr cablwl to return and arrived here about a fortnight ago. It is doubtful if the Royal bank's directors have yet been able to do-terniino the amount of the managers The Chicago American's ha\-e won the world's tiosoljall championship from the National leaguers. They won four out of six. the basement of the chu -b I si)cculations and losses but in .oit-fol'lTwiid by a musical prosrammo. j-^orvativc banking circles the .,x-The ilisses Tiffin and Harc.'-o sang puctation was freoly o.xiiressed that rv sweetly Mr. AUhumi gave j very lirtle of Ilia bank's reserve of so^os *ery _ j selections- ;.s-0O,0O0 would bo found intact, excellent tnstrumenlal . , ^^^^^ ^.^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ bank api>car to have bean ntindy ijfnorant of tho extensive speculation tho bank's funds, the conduct of the genei-al manager has been the basis of considerable gossip in brok-vrago and, financial circh>s. Rut that the bank's funds wore involved to I fin e.vtent now susjjectwl, did not |.scem possible. So far as can be 'earned the speculation vvas mosti,v in the New 'Vork stock market. That under recent market coitdit  ions, and speculator should haw lost the sum now talked of soems improljable to the onlookers and the belief is current that the speculations have cxtendoanicierfect gentleman. Witlvachir-acter above reproach, he could lu.t help btrt win the esteem ann �K-parts for Winnipeg with the warnicHt wishes for success of tho people of Sunn v Southern Alberta's capital. ^ The Wini/.|)cg Free Press says: .An eastern gentleman at one of tin; city hotels, when asked what he-thought of tho failurjo of .the Ontar.o bank, and its reasons for closing up, said: "I am hot surprised nt tha disclosures made. McOill, tho gen -cral inanaffer, vas considered a fino busiucsK manager, and ho had ail the f|vuilities that go to make success, but he wont it pretty strong in a social way for soine years back. Uis family will foci this denouncement T am sure; a bright youptf Farmers and Ranchers SAFES! SAFES! SAFES! You ought to have a small safe in your house Prices range from $26 to $68 Monthly Payments Melink's Home Deposit Safes Write for partieulars or better still, eome and see us C. E. LOWE Oflif e, Conybeare Bloek. P. O. Box 114 � Lethbridge, z : Alberta daughter, a groat social favorite, a flno, sensible wife, and a son g;!.en over to the pleasures of life. Mo (litl's family headquarters for some time were at the King Edward, the most exponsivo hotel in Toronto, where bis family entertained on a lavish -scale. It is tlio old story |by customers, over again-too much social steam for the 'business boiler. Tfao,ba