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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 Till? LFniHIUDOE DAILY HERALD Monday. MM2 CAR SHORTAGE_AT CHAMPION With more No.-1 anil wheat i "And worst of ft is lite in the (HstrU-i -than ever before, Cham-' cammi wi lumber to build srumirlos. j.ion farmers aro'-alremly in the throes if someihlin; is not done swm of a car which promises the -Mutation. is be if, anything' than tha; oi last year. "Elevator full, -aid only four :1n of the 'iitrmers are bringing i'i of bushels every day. fi's the same story-allover again." Five. -live, wires of ihe Clmmpion j prime movers Board of .Trade, are in ihe Pity iiLjilnu li look si.' THESE OLD PEOPLE OWE THEIR HEALTH To The Wonderful Powers Of "Fralt-a-lires" ti> another Story Of dumaH.-.l j MR. JouilKKVOK CKAHDK LlCNK, last yi'ar." silnanon will IK- ivtUved .short-; "for more than 10 years, I suffered It s li XKAKLY EIGHT lirNDHKI) AliltLVKjj THE MORN.T TRAINS BROUGHT j IN LARGE CROWDS FROM SOUTHERN POINTS ESTABLISHED 1891 Const ess, and thcir api.ivh.-n nnotlu-r car.Iamiiie on ihnt line seem! anmtn-r evuiein-e o Con-Uiimiim and Piles. I tried remedies, hut none did me tmisiniclcii before of i 1 am well. I am new over So Ciev.r, one at I'.iv of ,lgt.M lite project, suit's- ,MR, ji, pirr, general storv-keeper longer ;o at SHA.VI.Y, writes am 6? j was Iulvised u> try "Fruit- a.tivt.sM 1 did so and Sixty people on special train from Spokane. Seventy-six people on special from o: Hie ratlu anies to cone wuh Uut itn-reasintt tie- cured inc. Six liiiiiilred from Cardsuui on Un regular. The. above airivals show (lie spread" Jiilere-st 'which attaches to tbi (.'oiiKrc.f-s now in session. Never luiv.1 FO many people been .set oft in 'ht: to 'be well, founded, naumm; to ,.t uur curert n e. l.eihlirldfte siftlion as was the case ,o one million of strain asj niiiinl mulu-ir t-ollnis siot-k. MR. WM, PAR.-IQXS OK OTTKRVIM.K, j ul wilh ,Ue thia year's crop, practically all of "The experi.nee of Champion I. j u. vhidi has been O.K and i, now in on the farmers. t i hey Say. 'but, J 25C. I Muota of came the i wo prod condition fur thr.'shinK'. they we ulUer aU or from j iaU from HoRlna and Spokane, with do not see how It is io be points havo ihe saint- oitfcich-s o'ttawiu who have dropjied hiisiiiess M..K- Of Olllv liS.Ol'O I l-OllttMlil WllU. Jt U'OlvS llliO aiKMllOl'] do not gfo how It is io be handbvl points with only one eleviuor of only liS.OnO eonteml wilh. bushels capacity. WIFE MUST GO TO SCHOOL Magistrate Orders Husband to Send Better Half to Learn KAISER GREASED WHEELS toldter Representing Wagon in. Army Maneuvers Tickles Emperor. Merlin, Out. the recent German manoeuvres a oompuny'of dra imisi Jiis Ktioiis WHS told rt-jireseut u i-ou- wilV (0 Bother cui'ilin.n- io ihe interprtnanun of tho law, by .Magis- trate Ikjyie. or he wMl have' to so to jitil. The gii'l wife was reported by the tniant officer and her father Toy of wagons. The Kaiser, ruiiiig uver the'field of buttle.'und poein.s a lying on the ground, said to "V.-bat are yon lying down there '-1 am representing a wau'oii, your .replied the soldier- "Are said thy Kaiser. pet np and join "Impossible, your said ihe y, "1 have lest one of 15. IH'HItKLL IS WKLL SA-nSF COULD BE NO GREATER GATHER- ING FOR THE FARMER THAN THIS ll who have dropped business for a whole week that might at tend (he first session of Hie ever held in Canada. j The Spokane delegation is made up of Ijusiims-s men of Spokane, are of the Inland Kinjjire. They are also interested in ilie. exhibit. in the centre of which is a j special ari paintini; of Miss Spokane, executed by Mrs. M. .1. U it; the first visit of many of the Sjmk- j ane jieojile lo and they INSIDE PROPERTY FOR SALE Lois Block 12. ismir trarki W.OtH' cash, balance in I, and illtl'l't'iil. l.ois Work n.-w pu-t ultict1. ciirh, G-'itMiiiarU'i' cash, balance in I. anil ;i yt'iu-.i with iiitt-ri'si. l.uts niuc.k S. one block south, of blliliim. iv ill) fully moiU-i'u rj roomed IUMISI', I'ricc cash, liahuicf 1 and Lots ii-il. lUock fi, Dull1. il'iJ N l-O) residential silt- (conu'M I'rk'e om-thirtl cash, balance unc-ttiird cash, balance li and months. RESIDENTIAL AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY -hi lots en bloc, close in; one-quarter cii.sii, bahh'iw -I, L', and 3 years iulerotu, blocks runniiiK from to (icr block, t'ii'.iy terms. Coo.l iMiftdini; lots litMwiutit Ttb and Mh Avontics _at t-acli: lorm.s, one-third casli, balance in iiiul mouths. Acre lot. Block T. iwico One-third cash. bahitict' in t> and 1- months. ('onier lots on Car Limi, on !'ih Your (tick for 5SIM' lot. Terms ono-tbird casli, bal- ance i: and 12 nionilis. Several KOOI! easy (enuvt. for salt' wlih 1 am surprised and pleased at the are loud in their praises of the clean h said Hon. -Martin Bnr- for the violation of the school ASviciiHurc for the attendance act. Doniittion of I'aiunUi, a.-; ho stood np- when they reached tho city this morn-! The iiany is in charge of Thoma Hull. reuuiin until ilm latter "S.1 One-qiinrU'r section five miles from at SIS per acre. Terms. I .AUiM .1 IvUI 1 fenced with, hoiuse und bara. V I'll sertiuu fnliy improved lyiijif 10 mih'rf eiisi of Champion; with yuod Price cash, or terms can be arranged: P section two'milus east of Splendid farming land. Kasy If. from l.etlihridye. Ai' section lying oiglit milf-s .south Of per'ncre. Kasy terms. Other farm property for sale, land ranging from per acre up1. 160 acres farm land, all house and good water; 9 miles from station and elevator, per acre, payments spread over five years, C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY ACADIA BLOCK. Ave. Lcthbridgc References: Union Bank of Canada. iiiliiiEC li'.tle beauty waved a Oll [ne pi.iifiirin at the exhibition Op tiie Their special has certificiite before the astrm- j this morning. j been parked ;ii the end of Sixth djic and said: 'T no go io; "Thpre could be no greater gather-1 avenue South, school. 1 stay home aud make for tuo :UH1 for The Saskatchewan party of seventy- ivlieels s than this, and 1 am to be here. J sj.-i fr0tii all puns of the province, ar- VheKnipwor burst our Imighiug and !na3'straie c-onduded ma now; Inoiv [him glail lo note lhe rived about eight o'clcck. prepared to the man two kronen, observed: 't i nHii? taken the Con- spenii ,he weck. them is Mr. "Here's tionicthln? with which m (oW the .nihhnud bat n he did and rhe support given it .McDonald, of the Retina Hoard of grease the other wheels." WILL SIT FOR MONTMORENCY Montreal. Oct. Canada this inpriiing .lunonticed Ihat.iiir. Kodolphe Forget, who was elected in 1911 for Moiitmorency and Ciiwlevoix. lias decided to sit for the former con- etltiiency. send her to school another year he bv the other side ol Trade, wlio-is lendtna iiic ReKiua cam- wonld be arrested and lined also. j ,o dle (w the __________________. j rmmd oil the exhibition j Saskatchewan capital nexi. year. Hon. J buildings and Hon. Mr. Bur-j R. Moiherwell, Minister of Asri- QU'APPELLE POSTMASTER DEADi comiiH-nied on their excellent ap- act'Oinpaiiiyd the party.- NOGI'S LETTER EXPLAINS DEATH I ''I am now following the Km- belief that should bo of little use .to rpcroi1 io dedth. tiiouiih I know shall the ICmporor, when suddenly occurred Friends He Had Long Sought to i {lt, guilty in no yituill degree in tloins Wipe Out Disgrace in Vouth. I Through my iost jUu- enirnsted to me idic." ToJtio, O.ct. leitler has dnrini; the Civil wiir in the 30th year brought to here which, .was writ-jof Mciji and ever i-o death, which was a great blow to and prompt-ed inu to resolve to CONDUCTOR WAS KILLED ten by the" late" General Xutfi, a'-fcwjsiuce I-havo been looking for'im op-{ Kingston. Oct. Green.' Hours before he committed suicide. It j portiiniiy to jiul uu end io my life onjC- J'- conducior livins at Ilavclock, is juldresseil to his dear friends j account "of ihac dlrigTacc. Bin I could (lost his life near' Shiirbot i-uke. early uYoto Yojl, Chosaku Odatp, and Maya-ifiml none. On the coinrary. 1 have jilils morning, lie was standing on the j and i-oiiffnUiilated Letli- Thp. curdston train, bearing- ihe Con anrtlo shixuko, his wife, (ever.hiiherto been bathed in th.e light ;rear platform of lhe cnb.oose oi his Qu'AppoIIe. rfask., Oct. an LethbrldBe city on the possession of greas clioir of ir.ti. arrived on-the rogu- llc expect to die, tlu; great ben-rvnleiice. freight which was stalled, when anoth- llhiess extending over some raonjlis. siicli a .flue layout. He also comment- hu- u-ain from that pltice. Over six liu, writer's deed. ,lt j which J scarce deserved J am now ad- nr freight crashed into it and Green Fred Bell, the JIGS i mailer ed upon the extraordinary excellence! inmdred people were crowded into the lle, died on Saturday, the result of oi the exhibits displayed by the stales and governments. four coaches, and the conductor stated {hut one hntulrpd were left standing on the Cardston depot platform, un- able to get into the train. The Card- stou iraln. it is expected, will he crowded all week. FINANCES OF BAND CONCERT SOME LURID THOUGHTS BY THE BAND 'AFTER THE. LAST LAST ENCORE vancud iu ligcf. have come to was death. Good Lands for Mixed Wheat Gro Stock Raisi Kinds of o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o ta, i' The band concert proved a source of great attraction at the 'Majestic The- atre hist night. li'OO people ;bemg in attendance. The programme was of a high class order, and in compliment visitors from over the border a se- lection of American tunes w-ere play- ed, which was hailed with unanimous mid-vociferous encores. The members of the band, under the direction of Mr. 1 Cline, acquitted themselves in credit- able fashion, and -were accorded a great, reception. The receipts amounted to Jn this there is much, food For -digestion. or rather indigestion, so far as Mr. Cline and his hand are concerned, j Klduy'dollars divided by 1200 works j out at cents per unit of the, auqi- once, and- is not. nltogether c.ompli- i mentiiry to lhe baud, nor tlocs it. set j n very high value to ihe appreciation j of good music by the majority of those i present. To add insult to Injury, one j jiariy calmly deposited ;i pint milk i ticket in :the collection plate. It i might have been an act of forethought for thirsty bin. as such was not appreciated by the recipients. A party of five occupied a box, deposit- I ing a humble nickel for the privilege, j j it is rime thai a limit was put to such cheapness. The band is for enterfaiu- in- the public. The receipts go lo- wards the fund for its upkeep, and if people go be entertained they should surely contribute. In a measure eipial to their appreciation. j the ommg POSSIBLE APPOINTEE TO BENCH j Torullto. Oct. II. HUuhle. K-1 is Kimken ol' as a possible iiomiliciil jfor n IliRli Conn vacancy. II is doubt-j Itlll, however, if would accept less j ithaii a chief jiwilceshiii. iwiM tirst elioKcn.a benclier in IS81. imincil u King's ('oiinsel in 1S85, jand al one lime a partner of Sir.J j.J. I'aigar. Me was presl-j of tlie Yorlv Law AssoeiiMioil hi ilSltT and of the Ontario Law Assocla. hion iu of Is ii divisional poinl mi ilic .main line "I' the I'. II. which rail- road already has two brunch, lines in opcraiion rnnninir out ol' ii. the advent ol' ilie X. K. and the (i. T. I', in Swil'l: Cnrreni will heconn: u hir.L'V1 ;uid railroad centre. CHANCE. FOR ALBERTA'S1 j SURPLUS SPUDS llobart, TitKinanla, Oct. have done svcll this seiiHon. I'rict-s opened at ahom per ton, have steadily iiurreas- ed until al midsummer ai, Dev. ouport was paid, aud JU'J.UO at and Itur-- nie. I'rices ;ux; rising hifilmr daily. Wilh LdOO.OUO ju-rcs ul' lliv liuo'i .u'ruin .u'ruwiiig ianti in jlif t rilintiiry In il is Tke Largest Initial Wheat Ship- ping Point in the World In IIHL'. Ihi' "Til in shipped from Swift C'n rreni ainuunled Lo bushels. For nil ini'oi'iiiidion enquire :i( (lie Swil'l Cin-renl of Trnile Boolh ;il (lie Dry-Fanning or Pere.y (i. Wood. See- relnry, .Board ol' Trade. Swill Currc'iil. Siiskalchewaii. ;