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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 1013 THE LETIIRRTDGE DAILY HERALD Page It British Columbia Appl es OUR CAR HAS ARRIVED IN perfect condition. It consists of the following varieties: WAGNERS XOltTIIERX Sri'B BALDWINS K031A.N" BEAUTIES SXOW8..... (HUMES'G'OLDEN JONATHAN GKEENINUS KINGS BAXTEJI-- These grade principally No. well [iiu'ked and good winter keepers.; 1'lace your order for your winter supply as good apples are very arc going: to ho much higher iu price.; I's MILADI 12M RH. 1111 The Bentley Co. Ltd. SMILE WHEN YOU CAN To eiollo whene'er you can. Since life IB olt perplexing, 'Tig much tlic plan To bear all triala bravely, When things don't go to suit you. And the world, seems upside down, Don'l waste your lime In fretting, Bui drive away that frown: And smile whene'er you can. You might be spared much Blshiug, If you would keep in mind The thought that yooJ nnd evil nwe combined; There rnusl be something wanting, And though you roll iu You may mies froin your casfcet- That And though you're strong and sturdy, You may have an empty purse' tf. and'van a d''hy tjrelve'ghosts, Mrs. Moodle, 125 Etreot.anft a song by Mjss McCorjnicV. j North, celebrated J Dainly served at on Monday, by enterfaipng a the'close of. the evening.' Important Proposal Being Discussed at the Meet: ing at Tulsa Scene from "The Barrier" it thc Majntlc, Thurtday and Friday, Octo- ber 30th and 3llt, M.irtindale and llio "cherine three years' iinprisonmcnl. The' nrtlsts.1' were sentenced at Wclland to women were set (rec. 7ulsa, Okla., Oct. 39. .btlegalcs jfro'ai iourtcen nationsl alteiiding; Ihe I eighth internatioaal dry-Iaiiiiing con- igtcss Ti-lll ask their '_ Icrnments to name delegates.-, to an important intctnalional conjress to hc'hsld four months hence at a. place fo bb' decided hy ;tl.e delegates.. -.The conference wilf aecictf- upon 'flans foi ailv.incing the scope and InjlucnCe ol (lie dry-farming congress under joint tions TO SMALL HOTEL KEEPERS, BOARDING HOUSE PHOPRIE- TORS AND OTHERS FRANK WADDINGTON IB favored with InEtr'ictfons from II. S. Slelbach'.Bsti-, to sell. by imUlc auction without -rcacrve'-ai the Lethbridgo Motel, on' MONDAY NEXT! NVEMBErd auspices of agricultural -iby funds provided by appropriations. Thc plan favored hy foreign delegates here Is the cs- fablishmcnt s.t pfttnar.ent world head quarters with a complftc .staff o' translators, agricultural map mak- ers, dimatologists, .apt! lartn perls, including a world's al ptcss hufeau, whose inibllcitions shall .be non-lcfhnlcal irt Character nnd designed to meet the need's the plain along soil, tillage, and form machinery, the 'Ai.'lO.O'cloctti >.m., J large 'quantity .'of Which havo been discorded In. the course of renovating-onrf refurnu-hlng, Including atout.100 coMfdi'tcrs, quantity Y.ool.blank- ets, cola, tnallrcsses, hrass mounted beds.and, oak dreaseis and stands, large quantity ,of hotel crockeryrLabout 4 dozen tea pots, Innkards, tee boxeaj. firge pictures'p.hd a large qjintily of smaller articles'too'humeroiis to _ _' There sold about 20 imelnlmcd grtli'S and kit bags'. Tho sale will-bo hold In tlio court'at tho rear'of the Jiolcl and an early attendance is respectfully requested, TERMS CASH -AUCTIONEER'S PHONE and 469 WILFRID IN SOUTH S'aturai Resources May Not be Considered During Present Conference LORD AND LADY EDWARD SEYMOUR BRUCE Ottawa, Oct. formal demand tor an' increase in the 'subsidies paid which'would more th'an 'double Ihe income" now received frorn'the Dominion goVernrr.enl, was unanimously 'agreed to -at -the sit- tings o! the inter-provincial confer- ence held here today. thc resolution, alter- being agreed Io was submitted to the Hight Hon. H. UordoQ, -who was in attend- ance for an-hour. The prime minis- ter assured the delegates that the recommendation would receive consid- eration of the Dominion govcjnraenL lie also expressed himself as being in favor ol the representatives of Ihe provinces'rr.e'ellrig in every de- cade for the purpose of suggesting'a re-arrangement of Ihc basis on which Lord Edward Seymour and Lady Seymour, formerly Miss ElfridiT Ade- laide de Trafford ,ol the manor of Croston, I-ancashlre, landed on October at Quebec on'the Canadian-Northern liner, Hoyai Edward, and pro- ceeded to the old Wilson farm nt Erindale, which Lord Seymour purchased a year ago, and wliicli is being converted into a beautiful estate. Erindale society' is puzzled Just liow to meet the hut they plan to toar Canada from Halifax to Victoria. an er.lhusiasUc welcome at the meeting which 'addressed this afternoon, 1n: support" of R. E. Truax, the Liberal can- dldatc In South Druce. The hall was1 crowded long before he and the largo audience WM -tery en- Georte P. Ora- ham and-W. L. M. King alio tpoXe, The suggestion o! thc provincial delegates in briel is lhat the prov- inces should he given, In addition to the present subsidies, of over OOO.tiflJ, ten per cent, of the amount collecled by of cusloms and ei- rerenue. As Ihe. customs and revenue duties amount to over OdO.OOO at the present ;time, accept- .Dominion government would mean an immediate increase ol over' in the subsidy pay- mcnls, or about three millions more'o( than is being paid Io thc provincial j govpniments at the.present lime. The They spent the morning looking over he city in company" w-ith Commis- sioner Tracy. Interesting announce- ments may he looted for later, OF C.P.R. NATURAL .RESOURCES OFFICIALS WHO ARE ON VISIT TO CITY That the C.P.R. department ol na- tural resources is closely in .touch with what Is-being accomplished-'in in an industrial way is jj- the presence here today Sweeting, induatrial com- oi the department.. Mr. could make no statement as WILL OF. RiCH PRIEST, Kingston, OnL, Oct Fath- er Brophy Inherited the considerable estate, of which IK has willed largely to Ihe Roman. Catholic 'Church and to priests.', In Investments anfl almost ilC.OOO In insurance. He' left' but to Immediate relatives. SHILOM tf f, tf 'f't ft nest year's meeting, no mailer where. would, of course, increase thc'''objccT'or'liTsl other Ulan it will be had. jlrora'year Io year with'the growlh to that it was in con'ncc- The plan as oullined above, is the Dominipn revenue froni Ihe rj.j..u. wuhm the proved by the foreign delr-gaks. custdms and excise laxcs. I city as (f.ey relate io the Industrial Though lielgium wishes to maKc ttic dry'farming congress one section of OK ud lurxl. Seviral mailers slill jcmain to be He is accompanied by Jas. discussed'hy the'conference including a great international agricultural control of the natural resources hy ganizntion, other sections helng de-jug western provinces. As this is a voted to rain belt farming and to or less controversial mailer the irrigaliori nations.' 'majority of the delegates may- I'articlpating (n Ihe conference here fliXl his" discussed, quires. The department of lijricuHurc JJQATS of., each .parlicirafing country iwoiild jurnish nno rocmbcr of the editorial .tafi, thus public, congress scnil-ofncial utter; tho nalions concerneil. It is propos.-d to hold evtry oilier mretinf! congress in differ- ent foreign countries, so IhH.all ag- ricultural nations may rfrceitc tlic bcr.ffif from or.c such annual-gMher- ing of scientists ar.'d larmers. i The pbris are borne of a definite' demand on Hit part of; lor- HELO: UP Oct. pULucfi-i to move, rchttn; control of any monies delegates for more aioiu.ite' rep- resentation in and benefit'al'sessions of" the dry. tunning eonjrcss.' all the delegates here have united in an cxprcaalnn ol tion of Ihf opportunity Io attend the Tulsa meeting "and have- at dnylighL Only five steamers were anchored In tho barbor, All night the'wlnd blew a. gale, ami nhout fln ineh of Enow fell. Near morning tfa' wind tlici] down, the Isko sn'.oaihed ouL tnd n precession of b.oals started down tho bke. Slow dis- patches at tho docks wero- reported. The temperature- .hero went from 2-i above .to li abdvo-durlng- thp night. Tfco foreensl d.i for colder weather and more Enow today." c v aaifj that their govern- under There been a .wholesale looting of freight cars around Montrr-al. and Milligan, a O.T.R, employe, 'is tr.c. xoitonai as far B3 Ihe cyo grarilcd b) .the npminion :atlor.s j cari, icday, (1.5 hlg'ficet for WrfiwAjrs 'anil'a'sriciiltiire. tte.rances -.01 '______ era Hit', 'Oct. luff, cnglnter 'of -the department. "Imitation Es the form of THE ONLY "QUO At Ihe Sherman Monday Next." p rcro e Cou( t civil asshes opened he re Way, Justice Harvey ffesid iri'g.1' Three' casesf.; were dlspcscd of dealing yrUli bw'iness Ira'nsaf tiotis. rrenarafory Io running lor the. mayorfllly, Alricrnifn and S. H. .McC'lellan resigned scats M the council today. The Bridal Picture W'E'IIAVKpnrtipnlnr- v fncilitics for Biidnl i cither in QTIR stiulio Ihe Home, j Results guaranteed I either way-; THE T1SE STUDIO Makers of Fine Portraits 006 Third Avenue ;