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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta sn nAir.T wn-u.n MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1917 Hallowe'en. is nude doubly enjoyable ir "OJv." aro eitcn. Mother Natura puts Eavor, color and juici- ncss into tho crown in (ha famous OkausgAD Valley. Look lor Our Label on the OKANAGAN UNITED GROWERS. LIMITED B C. Big Public Meeting at Magrath Urges Claim for Agric'l College Our Oirn Magrath, Oct. mos( anJ enthusiastic ueellnE ever helJ Ln iho GirJen City. took yluco (his alierooon lu thp ka.L iviioa a repivspuiailve number of business men and fanners, were pres- ent to put forth anil bear (lie claims as to the feasablliiy ol an tgriculiurnl school Lu tho Uoti. Unncan Marshall, Hon. A. J- Mi-Lvau. and Marllu Wool! were yrcacnl. us u result of a proiuisc Mr. Mars ball tutttle to ihe people of Miigraih that ho would come auj Uwr their claims, relative lo ihe o' be- fore ihu slto aDtl was decided on. Mwyor Uconiott acted as chairman of Die uicetlDE Qud made a tet? open In 3 remerts ol apprecjaUon ol tho pres- ence of the visiting GOvonuneutal fjKikc of some o[ tde logical claims Magrnth had Tor the school Also spoko In glowing terms of Ihe good accomplished by the si-boo] at Olaresholm. which he hail prlvK to visit and Inspect during the past summer. Mr Be mil on then Introduced D. H. Elton, of who In connec- tion vrltli Mr. Jellltf, ot Haley, several years ago had succeeded g In getting the associated ot' ttado or Southern Alberta, which comprised all ihtt soutli country.'to adoyl a resolu ilciQ to tho goveruraeal at sfitlng forth reasons (or the cslatlVah- uicut of flu agricultural school. In the souih, and designated Magralti as Ihe ceulre. Mr. KIloii weut luto the >iU.ltfrlcal pi'Jl ot the mailer clearly, having in bis possessloa A nuiiiber of letters. correspoiadCDCo iwcou himself, Mr. Jellirf, aud goreru inciii olflclals, anj showed clearly that Magrath had at that tlmo the support of all Southern Alberta, by bavlug tiie associated boards ot LraCe adopt the above, resolutions1'as prac- itcally all Iho towns represented on tho board. Mr. Kllon was followed by Martin Woolf, M.P.I1., represeutflllvc from the CarJston constituency Includes Magrath. Ho stated In sutatanoe, lhal BE Iho school vas to bo located south ot Lethbrldge, Magrath bail the best claims for the locntloD, ns U was the centre gcogtaphkally, as well ns centre of population, and could bo con- veniently reached by the railroad, :u any direction, ID one day's travel, and lhat all the people Jn Iho Cardston dtstrict anxious to see the school ioratcj at Magrath, not a single per- son having refused to tbo pcli- All Canada THE. essential feature of any investment is the security offered, that'is; the" ability of the borrower to repay the principal and to pay the interest promptly as it falls due. The security behind Canada's Victory Loan consists of all the resources, developed and un- developed and all the assets of all the people of Canada, supporting Canada's promise to pay. Can you imagine any'security niOfc- rock-ribbed in its sound- ness than the signed pledge of the Dominion of Canada, backed by all its boundless resources? There is no security so secure; for in it are embraced all other securities. Every farm, every forest, mine, factory, bank, business, every conceivable kind of wealth that exists within the borders of this great Dominion- all this is the security behind Canada's Victory Bonds. Canada's Victory Bonds are the promise by the Dominion of Canada to pay a specified sum of principal money at a given date, and to pay promptly the Interest every six.months. Canada's Victory Bonds are always as good, and at most than cash. this reason: if; for example, you put in a safe, at the end of fourteen years you would still have your But only that, anq nothing more. But if you put a 5100 Canada Victory Bond in the safe, and then put the interest on the Bond in the Savings Bank, each six months, and let this interest accumulate, you will have at the end of fourteen years at least 'And Canada's Victory Bonds are readily convertible into cash. You can sell them at any time." Any bank will lend you money upon their security. Also their ownership is proof that you have responded to the call to Save, so that you might Serve in this the.vital day of yoiir country's you .have been willing to dedicate your savings to the noblest purpose to which money was ever the winning of Victory and the preservation of Freedom, Get Ready to Buy Canada's Victory Bonds Ijsued by CanacVs VKiory Loan Commiltte in co-operation Ike Minister ol Firuuce th- Doninton CanaiU lions that were- circulated lu (aver ot .yigralb Hun. Mr. Mcl.etn eiwke briefly etalln: ho had enjoyed the meeting ami stated that It had bceu dellullcly that Ibe school would be soulb of Ijoihbrfjge, acr] the uartjculiu' siiol woulil decided ou ehortly by tbo members of the government. W. Knrreu ami C. Jcusen, Jr., spObO K fov mouxeula, Bclllag lorlh some strong areurueou lu favor of (lie location Itj .vtagraih. meutloulos tho Btuatl fruit and auplfs last couW be raised, ns rceull ot Iho lr- rlsatlori facilities. lion. Duufau Marshall iras Ihe coij- cludlug Epcakcr. lie referred to the faci that they hail about given up the Idea ol building the. school on accouut of pruscut conditions aud Increased cost ol but that owing to the heavy enrolment at tbe other schools, uarlly on account of re- turned soldiers, ihey bad decided late- ly to go ahead, lie tinted that uhllo In tbc- agricultural school In other prov Inces the enrolment showeil a marked decrease, in Alucrta, ihero was n grat. Kylng increase. He Blso rolerro.l lo the comlillona In ggricullure, lhat would result Iho ivar. Alter Iho coui'ludlug address the BOverunienlal and town officials, and otheis motored out lo tho proposed site, just on the west edee ot the, Iwvn Tho land Is In excellent shapo lo bo Irrigated, pan of li Is producing largo fruit imti contains a good nurspry of trees and furnishes a splendid alto for n school. After Inspecting tho location, nhlcli Bcemcd to favorably Impress the min- ister of agriculture anu parly, they returned lo Iho Ited Cross rooms, where.'n dcUclous 'chicken eupper nwalled them, Laving oeen prepared by ihe women ot the lied Cross on short notice, and bespoko much to Ihelr nblllty as cooks, nna was apprec- iated very much. .The Red Crotf Work Aher lue sumptuous repast, H. W. Bradshavr, pres. ol tho lied Cross was called on lo tell ivhat tne society had accomplished In tba year and aon- liey did tilings lu Jlagralh. Mr. Bradshaw told ol tho great work the vorucn had accomplished, Iho excel- lent and numerous parcels sent to the soldiers and ot the amount 'cleared by Iho women sen-Ing supper each week, whicn amounted to JIOO.OO per month. lie also referred lo Ibo fact lhat the town raised nearly In one day last July. P- Kaften was ashed to (elt about securing Ihe new depot, lie told of tie visit ol Supt. Colterlll and the ralln-sy commissioner last summer and ot their promise ot a new stand- ard station lo be erected In Ihe spring, and lhat Ihe Superintendent out last week looking over a site irtiich in all probabllllr would be one block farther west, ami thus closer to Iho collegs site. D. II. F.llon gave a toast to the ladles.and In an able manner told ol Ihe great sacrifices liey had made and irere making dur- glon-lng tribute o their Integrity. Al tho conclusion ot be supper all-joined In singing, God ave the King. Those present al the 'aoQuet" besldo the "gorehirnentaf tarty, were: D. --II; .-Elton. and Jlr; lumpbrles, Bishop LerT Harter, C. Jensen, Jr., n. W. Brad- haw, Jas. A. Atkinson, T. Davlcs HenJ. Ifatktn, F. W. Karren, Aivln O. llcli, Mayor.-B. Dennlon and Aid. E. "Irigreo Tanner ol J.Iagrnlh. ;The party-arc staying In .Masralh over nlghi, In the morning they will motor fo ranch south of own, as ?ilr. Marshall fis aniiouG to ee some high bred cattlo owned by Mr! who Is also Ihe owner of me of the largest ranches lifthe.prov- nee. From'there thpy'VJil go to Ray- mond lo hear the claims of lhat town, eturnlng lo Lelhbrldgc for Ihc nlghl. DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEW- las done. Apply Gtli Avenue North. a Striff Ocl. acilon of the. Liberals who have refused lo stand by the decision ol Ihe Liberal meeling held Ihls morning has forced ho Non-Parllzan Lcaguo lo get In the fight." This wag tho pronouncement" ot Tanner Jim" Weir after the union meeting of Liberals anil Coiiaeiral'ive; icre Saturday afternoon, and may Lc jlhen to allow Ihe way the wind blows In-the Macleod riding In the cqmlng election. Mr. Wcjr, who (hough not a delegate lo the Liberal convention, been elected lo'lho provincial cglalalure on non-parly lines, was very al Ihe Liberal meeting and fortes which were hacking Sir Wilfrid Laorler. Afler tho union mooting lie declared his amazement lhal J. W. McIJonald, who was secretary of the Liberal aasoclallon Ehould go the Icnglh of coming straight from a meeting which aup ported Laurler, to act as chairman of a meeting which was controlled by (ho Conservatives, So cow the political pot Is boiling agajn'and the exigencies of the: ncc.i elan havo "Farmer nnn partisan, Into a light on the o! anj old-line political parly. TJiuar who profess lo be able lo nee dimly Inlp'the pollllcnl future, ol tho non parllzan member for yanton havo visions ot "Farmer Jim" ns the Bland ard-boarcr of (he straight Liberals o. the Tilacleod riding In the coming clcc llonaj Tho only Ihlne that Is troub llnf Farmer Jim Is whether J2500 and.six months a year In the Domln Ion houso at Ottawa In moro to bo alrcJ lhan >15fjO and elx weeks o year In the'legislature at Edmonton [f ho can canvlnrn hluiseU that Lht- lorrncr Is Ihe-way lo famo and glory Nation non-parllzana may be1 looking for a. hye election candUlalo wllhln a very few 'weeks, Don't be surprised K "Farmer Jim" Is tho condldnle (o Iho Macleod seal against the iirilon c-nncKdalo lo be nnmeil on Nov. 10; he should .decide thai A Mrd ria'rld la iforlh'twA'Irl the Dan B. lilloy ol [llgh ItUer PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVI-r-A HOME REMEDY FOW women's diseases and nervous f'U' otdera. Successful for Z5 yean. Hl- eralve on rcnueit. ulri. 0. Ttiomai room 5, DomlDlon Lelh- jildee. i none 1533. 171-0 GUNSMITHS Quo bnrreli ilralfhtened, tuns rettock- M. Una work rtoub I; M.VJ joola repaired. fclcjclw. rhcaotTJkphr unj licit nicIilDerjr repaired, (IBB D. S. UcDamlJ. ludUi Ajeut. Phone lOJi. 411 Ave. B. PIANO TUNINO -'M. CHIRPS, EXPERT TONER 1 Organ Kepilrir; Jtfn1 ItiMorjr eiperlonce. HOD our. Certificate M.T. Ajsu, London, r-ncluil. Reference lo lit leading inusiclnni of lue cur. Phone 11M THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANISING won. undertake oil lire reptlrlBj, All Tort guarftnleed. Freljbt pali way on out of town orderf. R Chaplin son. 712 3rd 8, 3 floora east of Itoyal flank. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES bUPPLlES Cemcril, lime, plmsier. rooting, ml window (lass. automobile ilnd- Waitem awply Equipment Co. Lid, )lh Streii ___ CLEANING AND DVEINQ THE In Drr Cleaning. Our process elimi- dtngvr ol injury to RarjoenU Only Uro highest clasi work Turned oui. N'o dyeing. Immediate nden- tlon Is to country orders. 324 Slrecl South. 1S12. Pressing, no- pairing anil Adorations well dono at reasonable prices, tt'a call for and deliver goods. 410 Gib, Street Soulh. Phone 531. _ MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon. Accoucher. Hours S pm. Ofllce 9U Third Avenue. Phono JK3. KlfM uil kouse puont nso. __ DRS.'CONNOR, Office. 103 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; C19. Olllca boura: 11 to 11 a.m.; 1.3C to 3.30; 7 to s p.m. OH- TAYLOR-Ear, tye. Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Hldg. hours j_5; evenlnsn by 1'b.oues: Ofllco 34! j Ha. sldcnce 693. H. P. W. TULLER, PHYSICIAN AND ourKcon. Offlco. Sheppard Block. opposite Starlaud Theatre, roomi C -I. Olllce bours: 11 to 12 a.m.; lo p.Pi, anil 7 to p.m. laones: ,OQlco 1323. __ 252-0 DENTAL OH. M. J. ol Royil College ol Dental Surieow Toronto, and holdtr ol a Doululoa Certltlcate. Olflcs: Hwnu E. Brym Block. Phone 10JL L. T. ALLEN-Uenllat to DM. Ccurllc. ft ailclirlilJ-Grid- Unlveislly ol Maryland. AOOB> S and 9. Macdonald Ulnck I'kou "'5, Le'.hbrldge. DBS. MAHR3 and Buccwioru to Dn. Slewart mil Mo .Clure. UMr> 3 to i. OKIct. InuoUiim Block. Phone 374. OR. E a. mm uer el Jloya! College ol SurjeoM. LIcenllalB et Pliyilclinj L.D.8. Hours: 1-5. ortlca: t-S, Hlrotntjiim Block. Phnpn DR. T.' W. FOX, tfentln, CMdual.' World Western Denial Unlverilty, Chicago. Bhona 78S: Imona lit- Office.. Uulon Back C. H. NELSON, DINTIST- Grndualo Chicago College ot Den- 111 Surgery. Offices, Shophord Block, opposlto Slarliml TliCLtrl. Pliono 7SO. liealjenco phonfl 397. CHIROPRACTORS DRESSMAKING PRIVATE HOSPITALS 'HIVATE HOSPITAL Mil. Vu Ilaarlam'l frlvaln Ho-pltll and Maternity Home. 1224 7lk Arrnui Soulh. Phone 711. UNDERTAKING SMITH t SMITH-liyruo Suillh June D. Smltri-Il.yon >n elck want to regain llullh, Uke .plul- iijjuslmcnlj and let ureli. Office reildence, 90J 7th ATB. 3, Model Bakery, bouri 9.30 u> i: 7 u riiono :67L______ MUSIC S. FETTERLY.ILEAOING FUNER-I fllrcctor end licensed motor'of. norse driven hearses. Par- lors, opposite Court House. Offlco pbone 561. residence phone 1176. On> e'n day and nlghL' PlayrOK and T6oory; sopcrrUIon ol H. C. C, Saimqn. One hundred pef cent or pupils' entoied'Ior the n- amlnallona of the Itoyal Acadamt in- noyal College of Nuslc, Lon- floD. Kng., last jcnr were success- Jul. Studio. 623 Street Soutb. larHAY tore tad PrmcUcal Embalmera; onca. S03--'3rd' Aredoa Pnone rlOBCL'. Alwayi open; Live; DANCING LESSONS MISS GLADYS (AJTREE HOLDS classes in ball-ropra, fancy, oriental anrV classical dancing for children and adults-nt Uie Y.M.C.A. oi-ery Thurridiy. and Friday. For parllcu1 lars' au'a- appolnducnls-for private lessons; phone on'-Thursday and Fri- day. U Z57-0 LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF Music, J. George Harper, director. Orcneslra and band Instruments, mandolin, banio, Hawaiian guilar, c'e'rtrncaled' modern-, free Tlib Conservatory' School ol Elocution, Jeaslc IJond' Pan-son, principal. -Volco oratorr, rketorlc. literature, reclla-'. physical culture, dramatic Phone 7G5.for all dcparltnents. Our) 12th year ol service. r .FARM PRODUCE HAY WIRE AT wholesale cost! This may decide you lo bale and not sell In fitack, al- so lo sell Lo uq and get Lop prices Established 10 years. F. O. Hyde Co. FARM PRODUCTS. WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA HEAL. Inspectors al L'oaldalc. Lctbbrfdgo, riaynlbnd nntl MrLgrnlh. Whether you want to bur or sell we will mall your our Weekly Mar- ket Card on request, 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lelhbrldge Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr, Res. Phone 365 M, R. Hazell, Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER K. B. McELYEA, ASSOC. A. I. E. E Electrical and Contractor, makca a fipcclalty or wiring country liamcs and Inslalllnt; lighting plants Consultations on all kinds of olec- Irlcal work, IKt -Ith Avo. 3. Phone 1888. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Firm Sale ind Live Block Auctioneer, Salei conducted Buywhera In Ili3 .province. Terra- reasonable. WrlH or phono 102J. Head office at Wilson's Auction Oallerlei, Dominion Illock, l.etb brldgo.'Alii.. DECORATINO WELLINGTON Uecorel on, Papcrnangera and Pnlnlert, KalGomlnlnn, Qenoral Dccorallai nd Sign Writing. Estimates clvan The olilell cslabllched paloleri !i UlhbrHgo. llej.jl'hone 1472; offlcj phooe I76J. Bhirloct LeU tirlilge. AIH. I SUPPLIES AMD ALL KINDS OP "TRICM. WORK.' MiKofate Co. PHONI 117 Ird MRS. W. H. JOHNSON ol' Piano. Haimony and Thcqrr. OTST- len. fpart' leaclilnc .Sludlo equipped with black-.' totrd, keyboard, icalv olJlloc board, tic. a mil a Ills 6U Are. A, Soulh.' H. McC. .ol Piano, Theory. Pupils' rtcllal eiamlnatlona a npsclally. All. trying Iho Toronto Consorratory Music eiqmB. last Jui.e wore ccssful Tccliniciuu-cLHviBr TiECd primary pupUa. Studio, room 1T At.! bcrln Loan 414 A all, SL first door south ol Drrhfliirn Theatre.? Phcr.o I5C5. Realdei 310 loili SL' Plionc 547. .'-j EDUCATIONAL CARBUn BUSINESS COLLEGS.-'. 8th SL South, Ol'BN ALL, SUMMER Enter it Any Time j: Shorthand. Typewriting, and all fommarclal Offio Phone 1316 Rcildcncg Phorn of Principal Virile tor Full Information. LUNCH COUNTEB THE ALBERTA LUNCM ROOM AiVp] .Grill,