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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD S'ttftSON A BUCHANAN Publishers f I. SIMPSON W,A.BUCHANAN SUBSCRIPTION: n Advance - 91.SO a year O herwise  �2.00 a year isjopln who i-lvo there have their fin* coatii ami caps on and mocassins arc at a premium. Sunny Alberti\ forovcr. CHURCH JMRTHDAY Methodists Celebrate Their Anniversary. ADVERTISING: Pet Month  �1.00 Per Inch YOUNG MEN'S CLUB. The Young Men's Club, which has its location In the parlors of Wos'ey Church Is worthy of encouragement from every cltl*en. This Institution is the only homelike place that is offered to tho many of the young men who are away from, tho influence of parents. Tt. provides moans of ro-creatlon that arc beneficial land guarantees to the young men, helpful surroundings. If the West is going to 'be a great and good country .t must possess men of clean character nnd we know of no place where character has a better opportunity of being developed along the right lines, than In the Young Men's Club. There is to be found a gymnasium for physical exercise, a reading room providing papers nnd tonga -zincs that will enable the young men to keep in touch with the news of the world, and games thai will afford many pleasant hours. The Young Men's Club is a safeguard. It Is an influence that Mil-hold young men in the right oath and cltlwns should help this worthy organization along with words of encouragement ami financial assist -one*). Iloosl tathhrldgc for nil you nre worth i� The anniversary services of Wesley If Hon. V. S. Ilymiin was.in i ny - Church were held on Sutrday, I lev. way aware of the ciimW deal u , >' W. Sparling, rrinclpul of Wi�slo> Ixmdon il should be skldoo Into Jf.'ollege, W.nnlpog, wus tho preacher, private life for hi in. The Toronto Mall and Umpire calls in thunderous tones for Hon. C. S. H.vmnn to resign. Why not include Hon. Ocorgle Foster, too? The C.I'.lt. ought, to l>c rondo to wait for nialn line connections at Medicine Hat. Lethbridge Is entitled to a dally mall every day. not every day or two. DABBLED IN STOCKS OnUrio Bank Absorbed by the Bank of Montreal. Toronto, Oct. Kl.--Owing to Injudicious speculations in Wail street which dissipated the company's funds The Ontario Hunk, which has pussod GOSSIP-.* ON THE SIDE and delivered very eloquent ami if- through many vicissitudes In recent foctlvu uddresses. His morning text p,,riods of adversity, has succumbed was Horn. Mil-28. "All things in an niva of prosperity, but the work together for good etc." 'I.- depositors have heen fully protected flrst dealt with the rctiuirknfyric sta-i - bv tho action of the Hank of Mon- mcnt that "things work." Things treni. which has absorbed the small- are dead, how can they work? 11*- or 'concern. In connection with the then dealt with the definition of unwise speculations which led to "good," Money, pleasure, fain.' the dissipation of the Ontario bank ease arc good things in their place the dissipation of the Ontario hank's nnd in the right proportion, but 'funds, the name of Charles Mcftill. they are not the good oflife. Life's general manager of tho bank, .s real good lies In character, in Pet- ' whispered, but all Mr. Mefl111 would tor, manhood and womanhood. This say last night was that there "may 'is the object toward which all 'he tH>t lib rid go. wh-re oats nre always an abundant crop, it cereal company would make mone.i As long as people eat porridge, there will lie a huge demand for thbridgc capital ists should get in on the ground lloor at once and establ.sh a fac -tory here that will produce a oeroul from Ijothbridge grown oats for /ale on the Pacific Coast and in �tie Western provinces. The best way for I I and everybody was hustling to keep : up with the work. Everything look- j ed neat and clean, as it should. Miss j Graham is a tj'|ie of the up-to-date i business woman and the laundry I should pros|ier under her direction. ' Some children are very precocious. ; I remember hearing a minister summon one of his boys on Nunda.- , morning to get out of bed and ijet 1 ready for church. "Oil!" the .ad drawled, "I am tired, I wus up late last night." "Mo was I" replied the father. meant for discipline and ilevelopm >:ii j leivitl value on them. At any rate He closed with a strong nppeil 10 I do not wish to discuss tho mutter link our lives uilh Ooil. j of the lmnk's position. I believe In the afternoon a special �e*sinn t there Is an arrangement on foot for of the Sabbath School was held i t 1 ,tn amalgamation of the bonk with which Pr. Sperling and Wm Munns ' another Institution and that is all." gave appropriate addresses. j H is said that, funds to the amount Dr. Spnrling's evening subject was of �750,000 haw disappeared while "The Victory of Faith." lie show."I [another rumor set's tho figure at 82 how liven by faith have made con- 300.000. quest of the forces of nature a.i I The Imnk 1ms a capital stock of wrought out the marvellous urh'ove-j SI .JiOO.OOO and a rest fund of $700. ments of which our century bons's 000. In this sense they have overcome] Tho total loss,cannot lie conjectured but to force the bank Into its j present condition it must- 1-e large, j If the rest fund is gone, an Irf foniv I, | the figures may round ont St.O'.lO,-' OHO. j Some time ago. it is understood ! that negotiations wore o|>cned ; ( ||w ^ ^ cannot sit in the Commons, vote in Dominion elections or hold office VVhon 1UV thu ,m|V|lU going lo ,,, Toor fellow, all he can do is to sit u sto,, to lhu >.owngsU.t , in the gallery nnd look on. We must Rive credit where credit is due. Tho Calgary Albertnn has uu proved wonderfully during the past few weeks. Its news ia better put together and Its pages arc nil bright and newsy. Typographical appear -unce helps to make a newspaper attractive as much as anything. Proprietor Davidson's editorial colum.is are fearlessly conducted nnd he always hits what he considers nn injustice, good hard blows. A Toronto millionaire has orected a SoO.OOO mausoleum. What fool  .hhnows. thin lavish ex|*endituro on the dead, when the same amount .>f money expended on tho living would make thc world happier. What will the dead know alio at the expenditure of f50.000 nn>way. Hoot the bribers and ballot switchers out of Canadian politics, even if it costs some public men their reputation. Save Canada's reputation at any rate. lutuning about the streets at nights. .'h.> boys and girls seem to be allowed to do just as they like and the parents will regret very soon thai they were not more careful of ihe conduct of their children. Mure evil habits can lie learned on the streets in a few hours after durk than 1 II the hours of thc day. A curfew lew isneeded in this city. I-ethbridge is enjoy.ng a building boom at present. Almost fifteen houses aro under construction nn I when completed they will much Improve the appcttmnco of the wtroits upon which they are located. Chief Parry's new home is wry lutJist'o and is much admired by ull those who havo inspected M.. Appropriate music was rendered '.y the choir. Thc rain ull.fted the si/-of the congregation, but the -lay passed oft very successfully. cabled to return and arrived here I about a fortnight ago. It is doubtful if the Hoyal bank's directors have jet been able to do- ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) List your lands with us. We enn show you that wo are selling. II you wunt to luiy, see us. Our patrons deal over and over witu us, which is evidence of fuir dealing Try us as buyers and ----------sellers on-------------- Lands, City Property and Live Stock We will'make a specialty of l:re stock. List anything you have with us, even if but one nnimnl. Will give same attention to small deals as ..'e would to large ones. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr^ (SXs)rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr^^ " CetDbridqe iron Works Co. Lid Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights On Monday evening a supper v.isjtermine the amount of tho managers given .n the basement of the chu ti sjieculutions and losses but in by a musical programm.-. , servativc CHEER UP TALK. II. H..Owen-I Jwlievo this district is just on tho verge of great development. Fred W. Downer-I predict that next year will be a banner year .'n Lethbridgo's history. W. It. Dobbin-A man hus to take a trip around the city every week to keep in touch �'ith the new Jlijiihl ings.that are going up. ,,.m�od bv a musical progranin.' .^rvauve banking circles the -x-11 Th Misses Tiflin and Han.'e sans peeintlon was freely expressed that IU sweetly Mr Allhum. gave j \vry little of the bunk's reserve of ; S solos very SoloCVl0i^. x7uo,.ioo would bo found intact. excellent ^ ^k.,-- j WUie the directors of the Ontario Messrs. songs. Mrs. Daniel * , bank uppeur to have been entirely oa wel c o iulc reading a"'1 . ignorant of the extensive speculation gave a ^^^i,,^! Mx address in ( w.th the bank's funds, the conduct Mr. Munns c 8onU! very complim--n j�if the general nmnager has lieen the which he sa. ^ Wsl \ hitsis of considerable gosslji in brok- tary things ^ ^ ^ )v M,ss iragp un proceeds 01 �� I ' 1 to *iil�oti. |.f ^ cWKM lh||t tncspocu|al. ions have extended down a term of .'ears. That, the directors themsel vps. who are honorable men, have been completely deceived ahout the liank's posilion is shown by their uci'.iiii in incn-nsing the dividend rate lust spring from 0 to 7 rent. The first tungihlo int.mati the Ontario diwl I'ess morniiig MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES Valve* Pipe Bar Iron TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Miners' Tools Babbit Metal There is nn editorial column %t the Toronto Telegram that is about the most poss.mistic lot of stulT, disoed up in this country. Dally it looks on the dark side of things and one would imagine t'anuilu was the worst place in tho world to live in and its people were all crooks -ynd tlAovcs. The editor should come out 1 in the inspection department of th  w�it and live on the prairie for a Semi-Heady Company one finds iva-few years and broaden his mind. sons for the uniform goodness of a . -- .Semi-Heady suit. In its progress The l.ye-olection in North Henfniw | through the tailor shops, the wor resulted In the election- of a Tory, j of each garment is minutely exu e INSIMH'TIOD AT SJXTKKN STAOIOS. moun ternoon n supper was children. In the cours. of some remarks on Sunday the pastor gave a few figures Tor the encouragement of the had been made in the last thee vears. The inemliorship had increased from 62 to 12:.. Contributions to missions had increased from �:i'J to �:�f>0. Contributions for all pin-poses hud increased from S928 to BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN KEQl'IREJ) O.O.oooo-Q'n-n'n'oTfnoo�Wooao $J 432 For ministers salary the n-creuse Is from �100 to 81.000 which the amount thc church has vote! for tho pn'snnt year. The vuluo of the church property has increased Irom $1,300 to 815.000 less the liabilities yet to bo mot. From these facts the pastor drew inspiration for moro earnest effort in tho future nnd expressed a wish that he might ho able to hand in to his successor a strong and well es tnblishod church. per on that bank was In financial was evinced on Thursday 011 the stock exchange, when the s-lock was offered at 121 J, without buyers. Then Dame Humor became busy and it wus stated on good authority that an ofllcial nf the Ontario bank had through misdirected 'speculation, jeopardized tho PERCY JAM1E80N TKASSFRHF.P 1 '""J �f ��nk. which has gtuio dov/n Oerald White. The Whiles have represented North Henfrew olt and on for years nnd the only C.rit th-it ever hwl a look in was the lute Thos. Mftckio, father of t'ol. Macki,. of Milk Ulver. Tho Colonel could win in North Henfrew, people say. if he wanted to try. but he would rather chase cattle around nn Alberta Itnn'-h. than chase votes in North Ilenfrew, Here In Alberta the sun is shining likn a summer day. Down in Ontario trains are snow bound and the Percy Jamlcson, who has been in the staff of tho Bank of Montreal here for about five yours, has been transferred to tho Winni|ieg branch Mr. .lamloson enjoys mulch populai - inst.tiition under reckless management. have been passed around Toronto fiuun -rial quarters for years, but those who delighted in relating th.� hi!est ined, and tho coat passes through a series of inspections in its making, jacter above reproach, he could .'it No less than sixteen tinw* has it m jholp hut win the esteem und i-egir.il puss the inspector, and only when , of those with whom he ciiine in tho worknutnuhip is absolutely per j contact, lie was always most nl- ity in Urthtaridgo. lie entered the .rumors have had thoir imaginations servtr.. of the bunk hero as Junior more than surpassed In tho prac-and from that very moment unt.ljt'eul collapse which hus now occurr-tho present ho has conducted himself jed. as u perfect gorrtlemnn. Withaclnr- fect Is tho garment allowed to forwanl to tho next department. Tho Somi-Heady wardrobe for l^thbrldgo and Soullicrn Allwrta is presided over by A. Southard. Tho Chicago American's have won tho world's hasobull chumiiionship irom the National leaguei-.s. They won (our out of six. tentlvo to his duties in the bnim and obliging to the customers. In social circles ho was tho life of many a gathering. He was an cnthusiiis The Winntpeg Free Press says: An eastern gonllemnn at one of the eiiy hotels, when askod what he thought of the fuDum of .the Ontar.o bank, and its reasons for closing up, said: "l am hot surprised at tho disclosures made. Mcdill. tho gon -i-i-al manager, v as considered a flll'J tic mcmlier of tho Young Men's , business nmnager. ami ho had ail Club and was also an official of the the finalities that go to mak� buc-Tennls Club. Mr. .lamloson departs cess, 'mt he went tt pretty strong in for Winnipeg with tho warmest wish- a social way for some years back. os for success of tho people of Sunnv Southern Alberta's capital, His family will feel this denouncement I nm sure; a bright young Farmers and Ranchers SAFES! SAFES! SAFES! You ought to have a small safe in your house Prices range from $26 to $88 Monthly Payments Melink's Home Deposit Safes .Write for particulars or better still, come and see us c. E. D. LOWE Office, Conybeare Block. P. O. Box 114 Lethbridge, z : Alberta daughter, a great social favorite, a |lavish scale. U is the old story ftno, sensible wifo, and a son given .over, again-too much social steam over to tho pleasures of life. Me- for tho business boiler. The, bait: (Jill's family heudijuuiters for some,was for somo time considering com by customers. time were at the King ICdvvurd, tho most expensive hotel in Toronto, where his family entertained on a .ng to the west to open again; their former work hero in Winnipeg vu* disastrous throughover speculation In tho first of the final games tor the National Lacrosse League championship the Ottawa Capitals de -featcd tho Toronto Tecumsehs four gouls to ono, ;