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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MOt TIN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, IIM. Tuxedo Pure Food Products Demonstrated all this week, commencing Thursday Extracts, Icings, Jelly Powders, Spices, Coffees. These are first class products. You are invited to investigate their merits. We're here because we are confident we can give you complete satisfaction in Groceries, Fruit and Confectionery. Call and ask for the Brands we handle. Carload of Niagara Fruit unloaded to-day, consisting of Apples in baskets, Grapes, Quinces, Tomatoes; also Tokay Grapes and Celery CRADOOCK VINER FAMILY GROCERS Sherlock Block, Redpath Street KING EDWARD'S MESSAGE OVER THE WIR2 On the Occas-c.-: cf Opening the Montreal Institute MR. T. P. O'CONNER, M.P., For Scotland Yard Division Liver- Montreal, Que., Oct. the j button of an electric cable to bridge I I miles separating Montreal from I i his library to West Dean Park, Chi-; j Chester, His Majesty King Edward j VII yesterday afternoon formally op-j j ened Royal Edward Institute in Bei- f I mont Park before a large assembly in weather the reverse of pleasant. It was not a day to wear expensive mil- linery. Military plumes dropped con- j tinually. However, the Guard of Honor, consisting of 107 men of all ranks drawn from the Prince of Wales Fusileers, enhanced a note, of dignity which Royal and Imperial functions j demand. pool, England, who will tour Canada! Sir George Drummond presided and in th; interests of the Irish National-i with him on the platform were Sir i ist movement. Charles Fitzpatrick, representing His j Excellency, Earl Grey and accom- j FORMER RANCHER j-panied by Colonel Roy, P. Brigade! RAISED BUSHELS j staff; Dr. Phillip of Edinburgh, the; 1 physician with whom the idea of a i tuberculosis 'dispensarv originated; Yates, Alderman I s acting Mayor and Lieut.-j Burland, to whose muni- i (Gleichen j J. M. Telford, who was one of our j most successful eanchers, is now be- j coming one of our most successful j 1 farmers, although he has not given j .-1 ill ie i i up ranching entirely, as nc buu the owner of several hundred horses j I and a big bunch of cattle. After re- j 1 and each! ?alnck' lhe that of his sisters insti- fe- addresses by Sir and Sir Charles' j siding here for many years i year raising some grain, he knew j I when the farmers began to arrivei j that they would stay, and according- j ly prepared to drop into line by get- i ,y j ting hold of the best land in this dis- j met. When seen on the street the i other day, in answer to. an enquiry, j he said j "Yes, my crops were very good I this year, for an old rancher. We are all through threshing, and have about bushels of grain altogether. I i think bushels of wheat and 000 bushels of oats. That is includ- ing my Cluny and Gleichen farms. I had about 760 acres of wheat and 333 j acres of oats. Mr, Christiansen, south of town, has just threshed his first crop, con- sisting of spring wheat and oats this week. Sixty acres of oats grown on last year's breaking yielded him an average of 99 bushels per acre. One His Majesty: "May it please Your Majesty as Chairman of inauguration of institu- tion which Your Majesty has been pleased to honor with j your name, may I, on behalf of the! Conors, Lieut.-Colonel Burland and j sisters, of officers of the.Royal j L.i-vard Institute, and of the citizens j of Montreal and others here assem- j bled, convey to Your Majesty our pro I found gratitude for your interest in j this work for the welfare of your i subjects in Montreal and pro-'' "May I beg Your Majesty to honor i us further by opening the doors of j the The King replied as follows: j "West Dean, Chichester: i MTC. -ASQUrTH, j Mr. Asquith's chief defence of. j the English budget, .v-hich has arous- "I have much pleasure in declaring j ed such bitter -discussion, was deliver- Royal Edward Institute at Montreal i ed before an immense, audience in Bir- now open. The means by which I make I mingham, as shown in the accom- panying picture. Prime Minis- ter declared that mutilation or rejec- tion of the' budget of the House of Lords would mean the same thing. The budget ha-d been called a revolu- Grand Councillor of the Chinese Empire has retired. He was controller of several rsilroads and one of the Chinese most prominent administrators. field of his spring wheat yielded him !this declaration testifies to the power tion, he said, bui for the Lords to- set aside the financial proposals Of the Commons a greater re- volution than had been heard of since jhe days of the Long Parliament. an average of 48 bushels, and that part of his field which was seeded early in April yielded him an aver-; age of 51 bushels. of modern science and I am confident that the future history of the insti- tute will afford equally striking tes- timony of beneficient results of the power when applied to the conquest Port Stanley, Ont., Oct. 22. of'the -disease and relief of human suf body of Miss Rothwell, an elderly ferinS- l shall always take a lively woman, was'found in Lake Erie yes- merest in institute and I pray j terdav. It is not known how the the the Almighty j ceased met her d-eath. I II II M-H M-H-I-M-H" A FEW DOLLARS INVESTED- NOW IN I BARNWELL Will treble in a very short time. Others are taking ad- vantage of this opportunity. WHY NOT YOU? These Money-Making Opfor- f j: tunities will soon be gone You run no risks in buying in this newly-surveyed townsite. If fertile soil and an abundant supply of coal count, Barn- well's future is assured. may rest upon, those who work in and work it, and also upon those for whom it works. (Signed) "Edward, R. I." PURE FOOD CONGRESS Oct. s cond im-r- national Pure Food today entertained petitions frcm the ?v..'t'.ir- al Ice Association of .Massachu.sc and other similar orga izstiV.ns in MM.- United States sharply pr te-iJng against the conde'mn'siioa of mtui'-.l ii last year conditions that would maka petitions were consider-d. by a ination impossible. A. pnL co'rrnrlce subsequently r-.'p-jrto.i a resolution. :cr tlie of the congress and setting' forth-that ice should be made oily from water, the.purity of which by the sanitary.'au- thovitus and fbat the ice should be stored -ind under reported in favor of permitting the L'.se of stnali of acid as a preservative without indi- cating the "presence of the An- other sub-cornmifctee reported in fa- vor -of reouiring cofiee with chickory bas been mixed to b? la- belled adulterated. "GOOD BYE BOYS I GOT IT HARD. -H- t I- T T li il l Engineer Under Wheels of Loco-.-j- motive, Cheery Adieux and Dies Fort William, Oat.f Oct. 22. "G-ood-bye, boys. I got it good and hard this were the last words spoken by William McCool, as he was picked up from under the pony wheels of engine No. 2155 Saturday and in two hours he was dead, he having been run over by" the big loco- motive only a few moments before. Feeling in the best of spirits, McCool faced his fellow'workmen-while utter- ing those words, and the trainmen that had gathered aroun-d the unfor- tunate man were dumfounded, and were unable to make a reply. McCool gave the signal for the en- gine to proceed ahead and attempt- ing, when it approached, to -board the front running board, he missed his footing and fell backward in front of the engine. The engine came to a standstill almost immediately, but not before the front wheel has passed over his body. -Dr. Cook examined the patient, and it was necessary to amputate the right leg above the knee and the left leg near the thigh. Both legs were badly mangled and the loss of blood and the shock were too much to stand, McCool expiring just as he was coming out ,of the chloroform. McCool has resided at Chapleau for several years and was employed as a C.P.R. locomotive en- gineer. He was mixed up in a wreck which occurred at Chapleau about a year ago and was let out. Deceased was 25 years of age and unmarried. He has a sister who re- sides at Rhode Island. He is a mem- ber of the Brotherhood of Railroad Engineers. The remains will be shipped on No. 96 to-night to Chap- leau, where the interment will take place. If You Buy Your er an from T CALL OR WRITE JOlllNJjUJN Or CHRISTNER McLEOD, Calgary, Alta. P.O.BOX 196 Room 5, Bryan Blk., Lethbridge, Alberta i in I I I I t t t II II II HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE DIS- CUSSION AT- EDMONTON Edmonton, Oct. high'level bridge agreement was discussed by representatives of the C. P. R. the ojty council as a committee of the whole for fully two hours at the con- clusion of last night's regular meet- ing of the proposed agreement was called by City Solicitor Brown and various clauses provoked -discussion as the reading proceeded. No definite conclusion to the matter was reached and at 12.30 the council adjourned after progress had been reported by the committee of the whole, to meet again this everting for the continua- tion of the discussion. Big Stock of Fir and Cedar Finish, Plaster Paris, and Wood Fibre just re- ceived. We are here to serve you with a full stock. J. 1 I t Baroness Road Pnone 25 It wili pay you to trade with J. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 I I 1 1 II-1 -H- l-'H-M" ;