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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta October 1'age This closing out sale has the greatest collection of THE LETHBRIDG Implement Bargains ever I Has saved Many dollars to Vthers, why not you? Not a of mafe ir W This is a sale that should interest mry man within a radius of 100 miles arotiml Farin "Haniess ;ces :atidCollars.; Eegujaf Clearing' out Concord Teain .Mnip'; cockeyes, 1 11-8 in. leaf side spring, with.-, equalizer: ;bars, ironed comjlete cird'eV -genuine: leather trininiiriffs. rubber .mat, water h proof spread: heaVy- shafts. The gear on tli is: made -ifor prairie -driving. 'Worth A. bargain, Stiidebiiker plaiiorm, .rear springs, triple front springs. 1 in. axles.' steel liand 2 leather 'cush- ;gate. p ole: fitted" witli heaY ..yoke. .Sale price. This stock of ements is at in on out selling event, <3 Canadian Moliiie Sulky in -st ttb bJ fo6t lift, .tongue i attachment to, guide plow, shares t6 not 4 horse heavy plow ereners. Worth3 865.00. Eeduced price Two Walking Gang breaker, bottoms._At "the unheard uf Western Queen Walking irs. breaker bottoms, rolling colter. gaugeAvheels. vdth extm share. Sobi at Closing out price Sub-Surface diameter. 7-8 in. flange. Atheels in. apart. The implement tha't has proved its worth, io the farmers of Alberta. A cheap bar-' gain 28 in. Wagon spring seat" arid brake irons. Studcbaker make. Eeo-alaiiy sold at Our price Oat and sacks at wholesale prices GLEICHEN BACKS UPMElHODISm In Their Condemnation oft the Parading of Indians a t Fairs t says: The Metliodlst Mission E ,oard is supported .In tbeir'a .ction in' (jieiciien '-by all the ex-em'pl oyees of the Indian agency, who are T ery num- erous in, tiiis tOTro, as well; as by al! tbe business men and all a tners who nave noted the effect the exhibitions nave had on the Blackf ee :t Indians. The -board is also suppor ted by the clergy of every, denomin; ition repre- sented in Gleichen, Cath olic, Angli- can, Presbyterian and Hf ,-thodist "All of our local-ministers have taken occa- sion to -express'.their -disapprcval-in the matter and some ,have written let- ters to the .press.on the. subject. Just 'after "the last Calgary fair the Calltobk occasion to "remark very similarly to the above quotations and showed -.Indians. neglected :tH6ir .work, got- "drunk and" 54 in prison- during" the time, .and some for a second, offence. stat- ed Rev. JohnXMcDougail was the prime cause of the Indians attending the fair, and this' owing to the fact that-he knows all the Indians so welL The.. reverend gentleman undoubtedly means well by- the Indians, and it is indeed.''strange-that, he cannot see the harm he has done 'them, and-that he continues to allow the exhibition pro- moters to .lead him tp: induce the In: dians to'make the they'dp: Of the remedy ii has'been said'that all that is necessary M.S for-the Indian agents to to ..permit the Indians to leace the'reserves. The agents wHl hardly, do this until instructed from Ottawa. They have already been "bias- is c4se. The 'agents and their look up- on the subject in a-'very broad sense.; They'-believe the exhibitions are" good for the Indians, to a certain; extent and i hope they-will learn good, from- seeingn them. 'What, they do object-to is the inducements held out .to Indians to the costumes and manner, that every official .is 'doing, his utmost to discourage. They also object to ''the Indians being -paid. MAYOR AND 'FAMILY i. -WERE Saskatoon, Oct. Hopkins, aiid: little girl, also-Mr. and' Mrs. rAdams7 were poisoned from oat- ing cabbage or pork last night. Thev are all-confined to their rooms unc1, are suffering considerably. The may? or1 thinks the poison was in the cab- cage; while-other member? of his household think that the n.vsat was dis eased. The effects of the poison- did not become noticeable until this morn- MACLEOD FORllHBRIPffi Advertiser Supjports Qur Bid for the Dry Farming Congress TMngs We Have That You ANKSGIVING Jap Paper Napkins 25c per 100 Bakers, all sizes, shapes and colors Mixihag Bowls Bean Pots, 3 sizes A new shipment of Japanese Goods just received including: Tea Cups, new shapes and patterns Tea Plates, in several patterns Creams and Sugar, dozens of different styles I.n fact everything you want in Fine China, Glassware and Crockery KIRKHAM BROS. 315 6th Street Phone 556 X South Alberta must have the. Dry. Farming Exposition and Congress of 1912 and Lethbridge is. the city where it must be held. Without abating oiio jot its loyalty for air.! confidence the future development of -5facleod. The Advertiser recpgnixes .t-hai, at present, Ltitlibridge- is the only place in. this part of 'the province large 'enough to handle the .Congress. To have'successfully taken care of such a as was established at Spo- kane this month and to have accom- modaied Hie thousands of visitors whp came to it from nil parts 01 the would have tested the ac- commodations, of Lethbridge- 10 the utmost although we bfilicve that, evea at that, Lethbridge would have done it' and done it well. It the Congress continues to grow in interest and importance as it has been growing in the'past, by 1912 it iwill be a truly enormous- affair, a world cvrat, and by thing that year in Western Canada. Tn to" handle it at all Leth- bridge must keep pace with the move- ment in growtb. .She will. Never fear. -The wonderful expansion Sn her bank, clearings, her .building permits, her real JUT industries, her streets, her build- ings, attest this. It is only a'small and narrow mind which, ostrich like, buries its head in the sand and re-i j fuses to recognize these obvious facts, j The Dry Farming Congress will for the benefit, riot of Lethbridgc I alone, but of the whole district, of j all Sou them Alberta, o_f the Prov- ince. Macleod will, do its part to- ward making it 3 success and. with pc-ricnce gained at Billings, at Omaha our natural., advantages" and the ex- j and at Spokane together with that j accruing from the exhibit next ycac j in Colorado', this district will irake its mark in its usual emphatic way.! Macleod concedes that Lethbridge is the place to hold the shcv.'. When it comes to prizes and-premiums it is another matter- .and this district serves notice on no.ighbors to the cast that it is going them all. How does this slogan sound: "Leth- buidgc in ]012 and seven first prizes for Macleod j Fred G. Norton and Mrs. Norloa, oi Los Angeles, formerly of this city, arc back here again -4or a fcw weeks, "Mr. Norton -stil) having busi- ness interests here lhat need looking after. you will .think, oi and wnen you tkmk of Wiimifred you will tkmk or Because the recent discovery of Building Stone at Winm- fred will MAKE THE TOWN Because YOU will be wise enough to see trie money there is in buying Lots m They will be sold by PUBLIC e, at Wmnifred by Blue Prints and all particulars from the WINNIFRED TOWNSITE CO. Or The AUCTIONEERS Round St., city ;