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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 23, 1912 DAILY HERALD Delegates Dry Farming Congress and Others, Do Not Overlook of Certainties" There will bo a thousand towns and cities along; the Canadian Northern system, hut only ono Pacific one Port Mann. A liuo-o territory liko Western Canada is the foundation upon which great cities are basis of Port Mann's wonderful future. The Panama Caual will make Port Mann the "front door" for a territory many times largei- than the average European country or American state. The great ports of the wo rid-are located on or at the mouth of great rivers. .Port Mann's harbor, the Eraser Kiver, is the linost I'rcsh- w.accr harbor OH the Pacific Coast. "The development of the country and the amount of business offerings by transportation companies indicate that the Canadian Northern will have to do in five years what the C. P. R. had twenty years to accomplish in." G. Holt, vice-president and general manager of the Canadian Northern and Pacific Eailway. Low rentals for industrial sites mean mil- lions of dollars added to the payrolls of Port Mann. West Coast Ocean Terminus of the C. N. R. GRASP THESE FACTS "The Port Mann shops will bo the most Im- portant in Win. Mackenzie, in tho Vancouver Province, June 18, 1912. Mackenzie Mann interests control the greatest coal mines of the Pacific Coast, besides several large metalliferous properties. Port Mann has an important future as the head- quarters of these vast ruining regions. Tlie Fraser River, Port Manns'harbor, is one of the great salmon grounds of the Avorld. Port Mann is destined to be the centre of a, huge fish- ing industry, as Mackenzie Mann interests already control several of the largest iishing industries on the Pacific Coast. Port Mann is the logical saw-milling centre for the richest timber areas of North America. The Eraser Mills, opposite Port Mann, one of the largest plants in the controlled by Mackenzie Mann-interests, which have many millions of dollars invested in timber.and mills on the Pacific Coast. These immense lumber- ing interests centering at Port Mann are a.lone sufficient to assure a large city. Five Millions to be Spent at Once on Port Mann Pacific Properties, Limited, controls (lie major portion of the central business and residential .property tlie heart of the official townsite of Port Mann. It is therefore .important that a pur- chaser consult our list in order to insure getting the best value. Our prices are the same as those of the Canadian Northern Eailway, and the terms arc one-quarter cash and the balance in live half-yearly payments, with interest at (i per cent. Secure information, maps and price O. J. AMUNDSEN SON, Claresholm, Alberta Headquarters during Confess Week, Dallas Hotel, Lethbridg-e. C I TH Pacific Building, iJ, LilU.y Vancouver, B. C. IMPORTANT NOTICEI The resolutions committee fr will hold tholr final meeting nt the library (llpitali'B) of the Chinook club, morn- Ins at 8 o'clock. It news- sary that nil momlMra 'bo prc- sent, and all resolutions 'bo fore the committee In order to receive any action by the Ccm- gross. n. B. coouA'.x, t, Secretary. B. C.. WHEELER, Chairman. TEDDY MUST KEEP QUIET Oyster Bay, NT. Y., Oct. 23.-A long night's sleep largely offset the wearisome effects of Col. Roosevelt s trip from Chicago to Oyster Bay and he was greatly refreshed when he awoke this morning. He at once de- clared he was hungry and his hreak- last was prepared an hour before the usual time. He expected to sit up lor several hours. Word was given out that no visitors would be per- mitted to see Col. Roosevelt today. His physicians told him yesterday he must see no one until Thursday and that upon his obedience ol their or- der for absolute rest might depend his chances of resuming the work ol the campaign later. Tomorrow, it the patient continues to improve, he probably will be permitted to see Geo. W.' Perkins, Senator Dixon, Wni. N. Ilotcbkiss, New York Slate Pro- gressive chairman, and a lew other leaders, for a short conference at which he will once more take charge of the affairs of the party. The Colonel's physicians were expected at Sagamore Hill this afternoon to dress the wound. IMPROVED SECTION AT A BARGAIN 12 miles from new towusito In Warnor district. All steam plow land. This la a first ;elass Investment. Owner developing other land near this farm. Address Owner .BOX B. B., WARNER, ALTA. TABER TABER intending investors will find a good proposition In purchasing Taber property at present prices. I own over 300'lots.-in'the Original Townsite, Business and Residential, which I will sell at attractive prices and ou easy terms. GEOKflE C. MILLAB ALBERTA Agricultural Course for Teachers (Continued from front HOW nerve-nicking I What long torture, wlmt of tBivibkt ccir-tivut. itch, until it seemed that 1 i toar off my very Ipst-snt relict" my skin cooled, sootr-ed ami healed! Tho -i cry first drops of D.D.D. Pres- cription for Eczonu" slopped that aw- ful itr.h InHtactly; yes, tho very mom- ent 13. 13. loucjRti the burning skin tlie torture censed." D. D. has been known for years tlay-j o? I as the only absolutely reliable eczema '.-lights remedy, for It washes away the dis- ease germs and lenvvs the 'akin as clear and healthy as that of a child. If you will come to our store, we have had the agency for this remedy for so many years thin we can tell you all about D. D. D. Prescription and bow it cures eczema. Or you, can get a free trial bottle by writing 15.- D. D. Laboratories, -19 Colborne St., Toronto. Jackson Co., locul agents. GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT (Dog's Head Hi-aiid) IS A FOOD AS WELL AS A DRINK OL'IN.VESS' DUBLIN STOUT is tho standard all over Hie world, and our trade Is nh'.'iiys In great demand. Wo arc jirai in receipt of a shipment from Slessro. HEAD HHOK. London, ICnghinil, largest bottlers and shippers in the United Kins- dom. in prime condition. More lire the ]irlcea: Dublin Stout, Dcg's Head Brand. Pint bottlas per doz. Guinness' Dublin Stout, Dog's Head Brand, Nips pts. per doz. FINE SHERRY WINES "Mo -Merry and Drinli Sherry" is the advice that the cuifbnUed lion Johnson handed do'.V1') fo us many years ago. draw par- ticular atter-'iicn to another direct importation from }1EH.5R3. niEZ HBR3IANOS, Jerez do la Frontoru, Spain. 'If yen rnn.idre something very fine for the table use or for a tonic, yon will make no mistake in getting a bottle of any of tho following bnmds: DIEf! HERMANOS. Jerez Solarcigo, (1S07) per quart botiln 52.50 DII3Z HERiMANOS, Favorilo, per quart bottle jl.75 UIR7 IIERMANOH, Amontillado, per gallon DUOZ A. M. 0., per gallon DIB? HER'HANOS H. IX. per gallon......... 54.00 WILLIAMS HUMBERT, Dry Sack, per quart bottle 52.00 W1LLIAJ1S HOAIliiORT, Don Curios, per quart E. YZAfiUmiS Fine Old Priorato, par quart bottle 51.50 GILEEY'S INVALID POET WINE This delicious Port, as a restorative, as a means of refreshment whon tlie powers ot" life are exhausted, or us a gentle In health, IH dlfftcultlo Kiirpass. Boftled in London, Eng, (By Ginicy'u) Sold and recomnifaded by C. C. Pagnculo Wine Spirit Co We it In Pi-ata nnrl Qirart Boftles- CU-BKY'S INVALID PORT, quart bottles each GILHEV3' INVALID POUT, pint bottles, each ...'.'...........51.00 CLUB COCKTAILS FROM G. F. HEUBLIM YORK These COCKTAILS are .made of absolutely pure and well .tured liquors, and the mixing equal to the best Cocktail served in any club or restaurant In the world, being compounded in accurate proportions, they will always be found of uniform quality aud the blending thorough, are superior to those mixed as wauled. We havo three kinds: Manhattan, Martini and Whiskey, price per quart bottle 51.60 Shipments made to all pnrls of the country. SPECIAL-PRICES TO THE TRADE C. C. PAGNUELO WINK SP1II1T -107 and 409 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH, LETHORIDGE. ALTA. SEVEN OF THE TRAJNEO MEN FROM UTAH WHO ARE TAKING A PROMINENT PART IN THE CONGRESS THE CHIEF'S POSITION In connection with th-a recent raid on the dice shakers in tho-cigar stores throughout tho city, a, report gtvus tho Impression tliat the Chief of Police has expressed his willingness to ns- slst eigar dealers in preparing their case for upijoal. Chief Davis in- ifonuetl the Huruld today that this was ultogetiicr an erroneous view cf the case. What he did sny wan that he could offer no objccticn to iho men going ahead tlso app-aal 1C they EO desired, and that he would look af- ter his own cflac as chtof of police. Further, ho is Keeping his own coun- sel, and will deal with the whole .phase of tho problem when the pro- per time arrives. The electors of Montreal may have an opportunity next January to vote on a proposition lo abolish the City Coun- cil iiiul place tho civic administration in tile hands of Urn .Mayor and Hoard of Control. Hiss Eva Klmaley, of nurses af. Kingston Hospital, hai signed. Further, agriculture will take its place in the natural sciences in con- nection with the arts' course of the university, where teachers get their science training. In the past the great difficulty has been to get teachers both for the public and high schools. When this plan is in full operation it is hoped tliat a generation of trained teachers will be available''for the public and high schools who will all be trained to teach .the complete course of agri- culture to lie provided in the curricu- lum, for both public and high schools. To meet the demands for practical farm education agricultural schools arc being established in the province on the demonstration farms. Three }f these are now in course of con- struction in the province-on the dem- onstration farms, and will soon be in operation." Tory stated it aa his personal conviction that through these agricul- tural high schools would ultimately be found tlie solution for the consoli- dated schools' problem, and the ulti- mate cftcct upon rural education could not be over-i'StimiUcd. These practical high schools for ag- ricultural education would find their fruition in the Agricultural College which would he called into existence as soon as required. Agriculture is to be one of the vi- tal parts of our educational scheme it will permeate the schools' course from top bottom, but some years will lie required to get the full effect of the plan. Dr. Tory's address was one of the outstanding features of the congres- sional sections, and its significance is of great importance to the people of A Iberia. Dr. Crciilman, president of the On- tario Agricultural College, on his visit to Alberia some time ago, pressed the opinion that the course of agricultural study as outlined for Al- iicrta the most modern and thor- ough curriculum to meet the needs of agricultualists in existence on the continent. "Your Credit is Good" 'Your Credit is Good" We beg. to announce that we have removedto 405-7 6th St., Dominion Bldg. and have added Furniture and Stoves to our line. Nov.' tins' is -yoiir' opportunity to furnish your home at a-'veiy small weekly or monthly payment. new and our prices are right. See us before buying elsewhere. The Alberta Outfitters 405-7 Sixth St. South Lethbridge Tfme To Fight Says Nat Los Angeles, Oct. at he calls an outrageous proceed- ing', Nat Ooociwhi, "actor, 'mining pro- mo ter_ and matrimonial, expert, has retained Attorney Frank G. Tyrrell to fight the -suit of Charles Doughty of San DJego, for alleged alienation of his wife's affections. Mrs. Doughty is known on the stage as Margaret JlcCleland, CROWN PRINCE PASSED GOOD NIGHT St. Petersburg, CM. bulle- tin Issued this morning says the Rufe- Bian Crown Prlnoc last night passed the heat night ainco the beginning of his illness, he slept uninterruptedly for two hours toward the morningi The swelling; in Hie groin has not tlisapr peared, but it is "almost, pn in lees. His temperature is, and his pulse 134'. A MOTHER'S DISGRACE Vv'IN FOR C. N. R. Calgary, Oct. to havo the injunction continued re- straining- the Canadian Northern from crossing Canadian Pacific irrigation (Heches until the eaco comes up for trial, refused this morning, by "JudRx? Wnlsh, in the Supvonv.-i Court. This means tint the Canadian North- will bi1 1'roL1 to on Uon work over tiic Cnnitdinn Pacific If you are looking for improv- ed bnd. I have G40 acres that I will sell at a. sacrifice pi-ice providing a goad cash payment is made. Good reasons for soiling Apply AJU1, owner New Arlington Hotel csc Jaw, Oct. living on i the avails of the prostitution of her; daughter, -Mrs. Rose Herbert was to-' day sentenced to the maximum term; of five years hi tile Saskatchewan pen-, JudSB Ousley, In passing' sentence, said it was the meat heinous crime which had ever come before'. him, and he regretted that the Crown hud not proved that the child was un.- dc-r fifteen years old, or he would' have given her the maximum of fif-. teen years. However, ho 'would give her th-a severest possible sentence un- der the charge. The child in question wan eleven years old. DRUNKENNESS CURED The drink habit in all stages chronic to moderate drinking CAN BE CURED quickly mid permanently. You can make life worth living once more. You can regain your self respect and the esteem of your friends, lirink may be your master now. but henceforth you will be your own muster. THE v FATAL EXPLOSION IN NEW ONTARIO TO FARMERS I Until, iWaltiiM; r.urloy wanted, Send samples and particulars ro- Ktir'iing qnamiiirs a-ul prices to T. P, FCLDER 127 5th Avc. East. Cainary, Alia. North Bny, Ont., Oct. Tho Knurgctic Kxploaire Co.'s factory nt Hailcyhury. was hlown to pieces today. Several iiersoiiK arc known to been killed, tho properly loss la heavy. TREATMENT Effects an Absolute and Permanent Cure. Tbe NEAL Treatment removes all alcoholic poisoning from the- system, removes all appetite or desire for strong drink, and restores your physical system to a normal condition. The NEAL Treatment IB a purely vegetable remedy taken in- ternally. No Hypodermic Injections No Bad After Effects Don't bave auy mistaken ideas of the NEAL Treatment, Every patient on leaving the inetitutc is thoroughly cured, bte nerves are steady, eye and brajn clear and keen. You cannot afford to continue drinking. Write today for full particulars. Neal Institute Co. Ltd. 820 THIRTEENTH AVE. WEST CALGARY, ALTA. m ;