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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliiiiwlay. IJMf. THE LETITIHtlDGE DAILY HERALD A Book of Helps for )OSS absolutely without cost request--and no string to the offer We want every retailer in the country to have this book Yl THAT is the biggest problem you have to solve, in your business Isn it just to get-twenty-five hours out of twenty-four" "U i'don i pretend'to know your nor to fell you how (.o inn it hut miles-, u is very dil'- foienl liom the rohiil More you are working' a .ffood main IIIOH liouis ill in von ougJi't lo good niiiiiy more lioui-, lluui on need work. hoiu on MM in doing the must be done, adds lo }our siiiisfael your piofhs J'JMIA iniiiule you liom ihe dviidgery of yon can use for iirofit-gpltiii" usidt hiu "inu work of sell- ino inoie 0 'v Tlide iv no .from llie fad vonr time is worth moiux This hook tells yon how lo lime, which worth inouev. .1.1 icJK lo nt i more work'and lieiiei out of clerk in your stove. !l tolls you how io I >nd out I he mosi profitable'line of ooocls HI how lo find on! whelher you made moix linn a yenr 01 ,niv other day yon select Cor compari.son. e ihere wa's no Rti'in.a' lo this offy r ,iud we mean it. aioi I to umt von to buy a I In Von woiri find in the whole book a .sinu'le sol ici hit ion lhal on ji.n I lib of your mnn- v.iul: you to have tliis von lo read it. c send H lo you (osl oi llie ley Mi obligation. The reason we want you to have this book is to I'tnd out whether you ean profitably use a aiid .Listing M'iic.hinc. This book isn't intended lo sell liia.ehiiies but. only lo lei] yoifwhat Hie Burroujrhs in retail storey and enable you f.o.tell us il'yoii would like lo have a iiiucliinc demonstrateil on your work. .Mail this coupon right now. ;JI7 Kcmiotiy I XIPI -Hi, M XI T( H} A, f Dale..................... Clcutlemen: If your book will help, ine to do my In one-third lo one-half less time than'1 it it I'll read it, part "of it anyway. REGINA CENSUS COLOSSAL JOKE At Least That is the Way Saskatoon Looks At It Siitiliulonn, Susk., Del. A aicel- ing of about one hundred o( .Saskatoon called .together tonight on short notice, passed a unanimous re- solution of Indignation' against the census figures and falling upon the inister ot agriculture to make GRAND MASTER WHITE ASKS AID OF met MA- SONS IN SEARCH FOR MISSING VI- now census o[ llie city, tlie ideu be-! ing have Moose .Jaw and I'riuce tf co-operate in bringing influence to hear upon the government to have a recount in Also the Ku- giim figures were shown by those jn'c- sent as fa refill and-the whole census' as inaccurate, .A core pi ttee WUK als0 appointed to co-operate in taking tiie recount gcneraj.i-; speaking, loon' looks" upon jUgiiia figures'as a colossal Pnrry Sound, Out., Oct. 18. trace hue yet been found of .MiEt Violet Smith, tile youut' Toronto school inc'lwr, who disappeared at..DillouBp6rt oil Oct.' n. Oesniti! Iho most persistent Kuuix'h and enquiry by a large tend of searchers, assisted by a number of de- Icctives and constables, an- other body of sixty men -are making a careful searcli of ev- ery foot of land within miles or Uillounort. Grand Jlr.stur Audisy White. Deputy Minister of Lands and .Mines of Ontario, asked the Free .Masons of this sec- tion to assist iu me ucmch. f, SMALL CONTRACTS TO BE ALLOWED C. P. R. LEASES QUEBEC CENTRAL Ottawa, Oct., is announced that Cochrane, Minister Kailwayst iiUs jfrted the ore! few days ;tgo stopping worJr certatit' small': R. contract: .'mte- dip- itiqn. The Xiew order suspends vote placed upon all contacts ex- cept that for tun construction of N. T. K. terminals at Quebec city and I'hich involves an expenditure of over R'dpresentHTlons were made o the minister chat in case of many contracts such us I'omifljuions for sta- s, much of t.he work would have o be done over again in the spring-. Gordon Gram, chief engineer of the v. T. H., drew those facis to the at- 'diitloh of tlic minister, who after himself tnat in each case lie con tract had been given to JCTJ. BOlin, of Lcvis, stated they will ie inquired into before work is owedj.0 go on. METHODISTS TO VOTE ON UNION A rrangements Endorsed by Security Holders in England pre- sided at Winchester-over -the-generaI of ths Quebec Ucntrul Rail- way yesleuiai a (id in the [adoption of llie report, eollgratulutrrl the Iidldecs upon' the in-, .both in the gross and net sur- plus. The revenue of the .past year amounted lo _qut of .which the' directors proposed iq, pay three per rent, on shares, .forward balance. j As llie security liohlers had already t been the t'.p.K. had ap- 1 prciacheii ihe (iirectbrs of the .Quebec Central Railway, protracted nygotU- lions followed, and .as a rts'uHVa j visional agreeir.snt1 WITS ciiicrud into j for ji lease for a pcrjud'uf 890 years. I KiMd" said Thai ftp wished on behalf of the, .Urge body, .of Uic t-c- holders, whom jic represented, NO STUFFING AfrREGIA Citizens There That its Population is Correct Ki'siua. .Sa.sU., Oct. the census returns complacently. I all along K'noun that ihi' poji- ilation was very much umlcr-restittial- d by tin; average citizens, .anil to liosf conifilions the inal (igures arc no surprise, ;-Tiiti uf tliin miring the last :w years has .been rrniarKable: and it s that the count- this: i-as very thorough. When Mie crnsas kiio laKcn in little intcrcst'.'was roiiiicd, and is hclicvcd that-as a psuli, Uieic ueic hundreds upon reds not. counted, steps were- taken ,3J thai RVCIJ availahlo in ihc list. Talk of the of (lit- census flutes which emanates From rival towns is-' ''not scriouslv here. Io state thai; certainly iMcl ;hot ar- prove of the jPAnMrD bftl WE irangcment with the C.IMl., ami he- rUKfllLK rULILt ilio Toronto, Out., Oct. qucs- iion of church union is to he submit- j official hoards ami the j nemb'ership of IhtJ church i ilhiii six inontiis. Tlie general con- also expressed Uip'.-viow Wmt the RC- curit-y to be paid more than three per cent. The icport was adopted. PRAIN Winnipog. Oct.- CHIEF IS DEW i ference- committee today directed a 5-8, closed ]01 ,N'o; vote of the -oih'cial hoards no I later. 7-S, Pll .t-4: Gee, UV-BWCU .Kehruarv and un .member- Closed 117 1-S; JUay (old) gpeued. siiip not later than April. There closed 102; mow) opened 101 X-4, closed 103-' j-2. Oat'j, Oci. opened -13'7-li, irloied riloniHMl, Qiiclinc, Dot. tfi Ltgnult, Hirmcr Chief of j ,icc, died lust night after an illness i of about a veur: lie vas apnoiutoti opened ,0. j of i to tuc Jak- Chief I Mights, but from tin; day lie cntcrcr! oifics until lie Imndrd m his" insignaUon' opcnad '.opened 39 will lie separate.ballots oi the churcii'jiiembers: over eighteen ami church members un- der IS. The ballot will hear these questions, "Are. you in favor of or- ganic union v.-ith ihe Preshytcrian ap-d ConscsBgational ciiiirchcs "Do you U11BI, approve of the proposed basis or tin- xor. 3S 1-3: S Nor. M; "Have you any suggestions or Nor. So 1-2: (i Npr. 77 71 Utcniaiives to oftor joatu 2 C. W. 8 C. W.' 41 M ________ I lixport 1 42; J feeit 40 vc.ns hiter, his position never a lied of roses. 'He claimed jnsl belbre 4, Flax_ Qcl TOV Winnipeg oauli v------ 41 7-8; Dec. resting thit he knew there wis a 7-8, dosed 39 ;H; .May (conspiracy to .lorce him out. Nor. 101; COMET IN i Wlnnipesr, Oct. is sup-' i' N. W. I posed" to be Brooks''comet (jlenr-j Americin IVlarl5''1 jly seen'by a miiiiber of local I opened 110, clos j shortly before sunrise low-aids the aA 110 1-3; in'6-8, dosfd inoriiiwesl horixou this It lias also been seen at Brandon and opened 101. clobed eJBCivJiei-S in the province. J101: JIay ologed j0r July op'oiietl .100 1-2, .closed 100 '1-S. -BAD WRECK'ON C. N. R. LINE Bandou. Ocl. bad freight wreck occurfad on the Canadian Nor-! them WJklpef-Regliiu line yi ston, 25 nraes west of here on G. T. R. IS NOJ M POLITICS .Uiidon, Oct. President Smith jftrs of tlie G. T. intcrvleivetl todaj uraes west o] tiere on woo-i tum... nesday evening and Uic Iiiv> is liUll I the the change of jwockorl. Several cars of jump-! on the R-, Mid that Loci the track as: the result of rallo i "10- T' "as nothing-to wlili laoreadlhE. ThaVhrB I iwlitics. The raHwai The "cars were badly smashed and the., wrecking train has had ereat difficulty in the ronJ. The passenger train from 1L west today may have to go to to make any slate oii. llc On mtim tlmt policy is outside Uie 'arena of party the via Belmoiit. KILLED IN A WELL Kerroucrt, Sask, Oct. MfBrJcIe, while comliic.tini; well drill-1 I ing operhtions had occasion to go down a well to niuke some Canada back. would ]lkely receive a set BRIGHTER PROSPECTS AHEAD London, Oct. anuiuil iucotijig of the Standard Oil Co. of t'aiiada today thrj chairman cakl 'lout WMB''uot as repairs jiad down about feet while the hala lie wan ovcrconiG by gax anil fell lo Latisfactory as tliBj- would lllie, lie till- bottom. The body was nol re- very shorlly to be able to tell covered until 2 p.m. the next day. .j InoM state of thlnfi. GRAIN STEAMER FLOATED Soo, Out.. Oct. The MK adijui steamer Emperor was floated todny after inlif-h of her grain cargo jV lind been removed. channel lead- i ing io lower A -.learrhing governnien. Innniry into lilo of Hie s expected. FREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDE Indian llwid, Sask.. Oct. idiau I'acilie friMiili! trjiiii from west (ii'a.dieil into ihf I'cnr of -.uioUicr''ft slandhmr at fie Indian Ik-nd f ynrds curly yesterday moi'jiinji three cars and tlie eniiliii-. One was lint'ncd STid IrHffiC' de- cd for nine, hours. THESE MAP GOOD APPETITES Kcjiina, Oct.. lias spired that Iho Judges attend- Ins the Uomlnlon cxhlhitlon nt lleglmi ntrned tlislr Ijot'.M bills -to Ihft fnir board for set- tlentenl and an account 'has been received the ICitiKri ilotci for for meitls alone. One it'.'m In' bill is for a tbrei1 dollar itnd a bnlf fast for r.'ii' JlldfO. Till' whole nialter will be-lnvesliuated. his position in 1901, following the investigation into the social'evils .or Montreal hy Sir Henri TuschercnU, chief justice. J. G. FOR SOUTH BRUCE Walkertdn, Oel. flrit can- aidate for tLu legislature tp be nohi- inated affpr the announcement that the general elections win be In Uecem'ber Is ,1. G. Anderson, ot uow. He was 3M unanimous cilice of the South Bruce Liberal tloti at Iheir annual meeting and con- in llie (inaint litUc of l-'ortnosa. GRADING ON C. N. R. Jlacleod. Oct. N. R. contractors started grad- on the Phicher Creek jpap, Macleod section, of the '.ine Crom Calgary to Montana. They will put on three hnn- dred teams and expect to f.hi- ish thirty miles this month'. The lin-a runs via Pincher Ureck, through the Kootenay Pass and connects with tlie Great Northern at Flat Head Mountnin. S30.25 Loiulon Now is tlie time to make -reiser- vntion for Fall nntt Christrais itifrs. Unexcelled nccommtHjation Tor Tinitl Class rooms. new, stenniei-g. Special railroad in councction with ocean Mil rope, Ciiuan! JJnr Cantditn Service. fi.S. Ocl, 7; S.S. "Atcai- Oct. 21; 8.S1. S.S. Nov. IS. CHftlftTMAS EXCURSION iJew S.S, 2nd. i'urtlier inrorniation upply to any Steamship or Agent K. Lidinmi, General Agent, Canadian MAIN ;