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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October THE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD COLD SNAP Prepare for it by leaving- your order with us for Storm Sash and Storm Doors. We will also arrange for putting- on and fitting 5th Street S. Phone 763 Lethbrfdge N. Lethbrldji Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholni Nanton Granum Carmangajf Barons Kipp Jet 13th Street N Phone 1063 BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number" of 'fine liardyiFloweiiiig Shrubs that axe perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and there, year after year, getting more beautiful every We''can send yon a selection of twelve .varieties, three years old, that .vail all bloom, this coming summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring 1m- _ til fait. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow-- Syringas, Elders, .Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. 'All, two .to three feet high, three- years old. regular value 112.50.' This selection, all express charges'-ore- paid to your nearest express price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kpotenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C, NEWSPAPERMEN WERE GIVEN GREAT Trade'he had ever seen, and the ban quet over-which'he had so ably "pre- sided -was the, most: successful and irost enjoyable he hadl-ever attended. Tue singing -of -Auld .Lang Syne brought the-affair .to a close. .The the evening were most rendered by- Messrs. '.H: R. Cooper Mel A.'Til- ley and E. A: Cunningham. has there been held in.. Leth- bridge such a successful and thorough ly enjoyabde banquet as that to which the visiting newspaper men, members of the Alberta and Eastern's." C: Press Association, sat down 'at ten. o'clock last evening at the Alexandra Cafe as the. guests of the Lethbridge Board of Trade. There were upwards of sixty present, including the. vis- itors and it was two o'clock this morning before the affair broke up. The menu and'service were ideal. The program of song and story, toasts and speeches, was entirely informal, a fact which engendered a degree of mirth and urn, impossible under'-oth- er conditions, and which contributed more than anything else to the- .-en- joyment of the rather the night. The duties of toast master ''were carried out by President 0. G-_- K. Noursc, of the Board of as- sisted by Secretary J. W. McNicol and "A. TiUey. The chairman start fairly, let himself go and put everyone at their ease, and as" speakr cr after speaker declared, the. crown- ing success of the affair was f -more than anything due to his bon homie. Considerable time was taken up in Alberta, the reflex of the best of .'.public opinion. The Press of Alberta is doing tie work he believed it. should-: be doing and stood for light a's, against darkness and for pro- DIZZY HEIGHT Indiana-: Bookkeeper'.Rides 185 Feet in gress as against stagnation. May the Bucket a Smokestack i iituA press of -Alberta continue to grow .and prosper as. it-, should. Tne toast of the provinces of Sas- katchewan and.British Columbia was proposed by A. ..Tilley, and responded to, by'.W- 'F. R-egina, and F. J., Deahe, .of Cranbrook, both of whqmimade neat and telling speeches. Coupled- with the toast of -the ev- Guests''. rind., taunted- by Oct. that she would taint if see ever got ten teet off the ground, Miss Louise liartman a young'bookkeeper interested in avia- she .would go to the top of the smokestack at the plant Heating company. Calgary W I" "Heating jClarcshplrat J. H. 'woods', Tile frien.4 laughed and bet, of G-. M.-: Thompson, of Sas- j that -she did not have the katoon ,and M. R. Jennin -nere.- a box o katoon, ,and M. R. Jennings, of monton. All of whom made speeches clever ;and humorous, referring to the unprofitableness -of the newspaper busi ness as compared with other com- mercial-1; undertakings of a similar to the reception that had been tendered them "in Lethbridge and the part the newspapers are endteavor- in-g take in the .upbuilding of country. -J. -'Woods made a ticularly .clever and amusing response. the first part of it in French the par ASSASSIN .OF EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA SUICIDED ueneva, Oct. Luscaene.. assassinated'the Empress of Aus- committed--suicide this evening Jn 'his cell: in the prison known as U JWvecn'e. Two days ago went violently- insane and after smashing everything in his cell was TOY BOARD OF TRADE BUSY .li-Lou pcLi 0 Ui 1 If 1U making TV ay with the dialect.. which provoked much fun and j.i._ -.._ ''laughter With the toast; of the "Ladies" were, coupled the. names of G-eo. Gor- of D. of Lethbridge. -Fr G-albraith propos- the ihealfh oflthe.-Lethbridge'Board. of Trade which was "heartily drunk to I and.-. President Nourse and McNicol briefly, replied. J. H. Woods 'propos- the local- news-, that of the gentlemen who had. j contributed such excellent music, and IV. M. Davidson proposed the last the fun started early with.the toastmaster's happy idea of calling on the vis- itors one by one and at intervals, and introducing them to the After the last plate had been push- ed away, the president opened' the list by proposing the health of he had t ter it .hadHTlbeen enjoyed of .the president of the e Lad no-, Lethbridge Board of Trade "H- of a. Board -Denning-he'r hat and jacket she led the to the plant" explained the bet to the foreman of the construction gang, and asked, to be permitted to go to the topi.. Trie hoisting rigging wnich included a 'bucket in which. men and material were raised to the top, had not yet' Been taken down, and trie af tar "trying to persuade the girl not to inake the ascent, re- luctnatly gave'' his permission. She stepped .into the bucket 'and was shot ,tp the top of the giant giant Reaching there she climbed .out of the bucket, and al- though a strong .wind was blowing, stood on the top and waved to the iriend and the workmen 'she. daringly on the walked around .the top of the stack which is eleven, feet in diameter, and descend- ed without mishap. -wishes to -rise in an aero- plane Cowiev Ocf 9h Tho'n 'i of Trade }'i cij i race appear to .be a pur in a straight jacket When his! body of business men, and was given cell lib erty. This afternoon the guards heard -Qim _ singing several hours but at nignrrau tie -became suddenly silent, .bater the guards, alarmed, entered the tsll and found him hanging to tne. window "oars by. his waist belt, which he had twisted around his neck- All efforts to revive him failed. do to let fte grofunto the growina; can- and that was that-while they were a great factor in the building of 'thf newspaper men were prac FO j tically an unknown -which j flotrwas due to the way newspaper men Our Says To B "You -need jiot hesitate to recommend, ALBERTA S PRIDE ta one of the very "finest beers" on the market today. "I have been, brewing beer for twenty years now and never fore haveT turned" "product with, which I was so" well satisfied as I beer. "-With snch; remarkably -fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley and- hops I ever saw, we are enabled to product I beer of exceedingly pro.ud." .Alberta's Pride If you use get a sample case. .You'll like it believe you'll f say it's bes t: beer you ever drank. We Til, Brewing _ O Go. -limited an< 554 TABER NEWS Taber, Oct. chine purchased by the, "town', some- time ago has been'seTto and already Main is .beginning ..-to look like a street. .'It-is-a ihbst de- cided improvement, and will be much appreciated, especially "by -owners of automobiles. _ H. W. Bowe, photographer of .some leaso of the fey- Mr. Roy Abbott, ''where he intends to conduct a Srst'class'-business., Mrs. D. Mason.-has -returned town after a prolonged visit to her sister in Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Brown turned, from their honeymoon today. W EST 1N D! ES PR ESS FAVORS BRITISH SERVICE Kingston, Jamaica, Oct ion favors British, Canadian and West Indian government owning cable ser- nce supplemented by wireless. De merara Chronicle declares an all Bnt- ish. news service a desideratum -worth 1 achieving. ability of'their country. A proposition r-them to _. _ uv v IjilCJU LU tne L.F.K. to install weighing scales in die stockyards here, as the number Ot t.l In chiri'n.o.rl J.T_J_ __ WANT ORDERS GIVEN IN TWO LANGUAGES Johannesburg, Oct. Union government .has ordered the equip- ment of volunteers for South Africa stopped, with the view to the formulation' of the co-ordinated schem" the the had of ___ _________J hiding their fight under a bushel, that if they were given a little'atten- tion on the present occasion he hoped they would forgive forget'Jt. The toast the City of to rural telephone line south and west vas voted'on and passed at their bi- monthly meeting on Fridav ni last More power to the Board ot 1rade 'is the hearty wish, bf all, as tile keenness in'.debate shown hv the memoers is clever and and any proposal is thoroughly as to pros and cons. There are openings in Cowley of the newspaper men a hearty welcome" to the citv of Lethbridsrp." Everything jafety. A 1 judge of the. supreme court was pres- ent in. the room and the superintend- ent of the mounted police, and as rep- resenting the chief magistrate ho could assure them that when they'got I outside- they need only show their for badge. and they would' not be run in the Province of Al- with which were 'the lunteer corps. WESTERN HIDE AND JUNK CO, WANTED All kinds of second furniture. Office and Warehouse 320 Crabb St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lcth bridge, Alt2. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stock ancf implements a specialtv. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbridge, Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. Graves' Sale Barn. Wood St., on the second and fourth Tuesday, of each month. Mr. Askey. merchant here, bought a! Mr- Buchanan thanked the Board-of realty handsome driver from Messrs. I for its splendid entertainment tflake Miles, horse-dealers, through) to tlle newspapermen and upon their HT_ ?v i the great mission before the press of Alberta in commenting; of the various sections ot- the province. They would enlighten the people as to the rich of all parts of the province The press also had a great mission to serve in standing for a united Alberta and .'against sectionalism. Mr. Jus- tice Simmons said that he feared al- most to address such an august .body of -men as the newspaper men- before whom kings, potentates and powers to homage and in the sunshine of whom all _raen loved to bask, knowing that thefr approval opens the sesame toi success and their frown the withering; blast of failure. The press in Canada' is a reflex of public opinion and their representative here, Mr V Miles. He claims, that home'buvcrs may go farther fare worse. We understand that lot values have increased fifty dollars since the C p' 1... have recognized Cowley as the most suitable place for their perma- nent station. Vere Miles has purchased the lot aojommg-thc Cowley Hotel and pro- poses building a business block ririit away. We understand that this point will DC tne base of supplies for the con- i struciion of the- new railroad north i to Calgary. Preparations are beine I made to cater for this business, so I !T? rlen thc" timc comes an i up-to-date service will be on hand to satisty tnc most particular of hust- lers. Lots are now Sel- ling at and Upward on asv Terms SIN PILLS FREE. SO GAS Al The Office Ripley Transfer Co, Is Now On Reflpatli St. Opposite Methodist CnureE Braying done short it AY AND GRAIN FOE SALE PHONES: Resident Wni f shipped to- Charles I ivnigftt of Calgary, a btautiiui bunch i oi cattle from this point. He reali? i ed the top price for this "bunch ft bcet and is well pleased. The amount of the good stuff real izea on the large number of cattle' shipped from here this fall puts every-! body on easy street. Beautiful cour: I try, everybody content, let the win-1 ter do its worst, we are prepared. RY THEM Befbre You Buy Them We certainly make'it easy for anyone, who needs Gin Pills, to find out how valuable they are. First of all, we will send absolutely free of charge, a sample of Gin Pills to every sufferer from Kidziey or Bladder Trouble, Lame Back or Rheumatism. Then, after you have purchased the regular 50c. boxes, we guarantee to re- is installing m his turn your money if Gin Pills do not do modern store house a i all that we claim for them. You risk have every- m thing to -writing for a free sam- section, hot and cold -crater ]aid pic of Gin Pills._ You can try-them and 'j ENGLISHMEN GETTING NEW GOOD WHEAT 1 handsome j steam hearing apparatus'. This is one 11 of the most up-to-date residences in I this section, hct and cold -crater ]aid .....____, .......___ on, in fact, every modern convenience. see for yourself just how mucii good they will do you. This is the way Mr. Dietrich cured himself of serious Kidnev Trouble, St Agathe, Que., April 6th, 1909, "I received your sample box of Gin Pills and'as I found them highly satis- factory, I am using Gin Pills regularly and can' highly recommend thera." i. P. DIETRICH; Write the National Drug Chem. Co. Limited Dept.A.D., Toronto, and a free sample will be sent you by return mail. Regular size boxes arc sold by dealers f _ London, Oct. have experimenting with ttie object of pro duciriK wheat in England which will com Dine the quality of Canadian Roil iKife. with good yield and good straw, with the result that new seed has loson known as me i at J5Cc, a 6 for 28 No point in Southern Alberta offers better Investment for small sums than Kipp Townsite Finest Farming Country Coal DeveSopment Surrounding the Town Railway Centre-Railways run four wavs from Kipp now and another line is surveyed east APPLY TO annan OR LETHBRIDGE ;