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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page j THE LK111HKHX5E DAILY HERALD September 11. 1911. PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER J. T. HALL PASSED AWAY City Loses Valuable Citizen-Great Loss to West- ern Canada as a Whole-Held Prominent Positions-Service in Knox Church-Burial I at Hamilton, His Former Home Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 846. I-etbbridse citizens shocked last niphl to hear of the death of John T. Hall, pulilirlty commissioner of the Hoard of Trade. For the past hree or fciir months the deceased kud not been in the best of health, hut on coming tn Lethbridge expected that the climate here would aid him to recuperate from his illness. This was not the case, hoivever, and about three weeks ago he was forced to filter the Gait hospital on account of Trade, and during, tliat lime he had become closely identified with the; citizens of Lethbridge, He was cner-. in his work of building up Uth- bridge and had for himself a j place amonjr the citizens who have the welfare Ot the city at heart. His] n'ork bad favorably impressed lllci Hoard, nnd in him they heliovo thai 'Hey have lost 11 man who. had he I been spared, would have done .inich for the city. Prior to coining to ho nasal hamorrhaBO. His condition trow j had been engaged wiib the Bnard of steadily worse after entering the hos- Trade of Brandon. .Man., in similar TO-NIGHT MYSTERIOUS WILLARD And the Man of Mystery Co. Direct from Nine Nights Lyric Theatre, Calgary THE SHOW THAT'S DIFFERENT Change of 'Programme Each Evening 2 Hours of Laughter and Mystery 2 YES, HE GROWS Special Prices: 25c 35c SOc The Lethbridge Millinery Co. invite all 'ladies to at- i tend their Fall Millinery opening on Mon.andTues.SepUlandl2 All the Newest Ideas Shown L. A. Manager pltal. and less than two weeks he contracted erysipelas owinp to a diseased condition nf the blood. From thai time his condition steadily prow worse and the physicians held out I very little hope for his recovery, his death last evening at. 7.30 neinj; the direct result of this iatter illness. With him at his bedside were his sister, Miss Mina Hall, of Hamilton, Ont.. and J. K. Drinnnn, of Medicine Hat. a lifelong friend of the deceased. He had been conscious no to a short time -before the end came, but for j the Irjsl forty-eight hours had Hen In a delirious condition. j Funeral services were held af- ternoon in Knox church, which were, 'conducted by Rev. A. M. Gordon, and which were largely attended hy busi- ness men of th-e city who have be- come well acquainted with the de- ceased during his short residence in the city. Mr. Hail was a member of several of the fraternal societies of the city, and the Masons, Oddfellows, Foresters and Workmen attended in a body at the services. At 1.3Q the body was taken from the undertaking parlors and conveyed to Knox church, followed by a cortege of several members of the Board of work for a period of over his many friends there i year, and rill learn WILLARD' with regret of his demise. He bad also carried on publicity work for ihfe Medicine Hat. Board of Trade, coming: to that place from tho east four years ago. Ever since coming he has been closely identified with tlu> work of building up Western Canada, and j bringing the land of many possibili- ties to the fore. In this matter his connection with the Western Canada Associated Boards of Trade, and the Westeru Canada Irrigation Associa- tion, of which bodies he has held the position of permanent secretary, has made him a figure well known timongr he business men of every part of the West. At the last meeting of tbe Western Canada Irrigation Associa- tion at Calgary in August he resigned REFUSED TO HOLD JOINT MEETING! EUREKA THEATRE permanent secretary in order that he might give his whole time to his j Politics Will be Lively Around Fernie; Two Big Meetings Special to The Herald Fernie. Sept., week the pol- itical atmosphere in this part of the i country w-as very quiet, no meetings j J being -held nearer than Craubrook, I except the first rally to be held in; work with the Lethhridpe Hoard of I Elko h-v llie Trade. He had, however, been asso- ciated with that body ever since its formation several years ago. and was in fact one of the promoters of the organization. Liberals at which A. I.! Fisher and F. J. Deane spoke lo a j good crowd upon the reciprocity is- j sue on Friday evening. j This week gives promise of more j artiviiy and the hall will be set rolling Scotland, fifty years and three months ago on June. It. ISfil. Coming to Can- Trade, hoaried hy President Geo. M. ada at the age of years tie resided The deceased was horn in Glasgow, again by the meeting of the Conser- FORM TORY FOR PACT St. Jonn, B., Sept. At a big Liberal rally here tonight addressed by HCP. Dr. Pugsley and others, nr. Alward. K.C., a prominent Con eeiu .live 'who was elected to the lo- legislatur-a from St. John several terms as a Conservatiie, made a ring- ing speech favoring reciprocity. Dr. Alward declared he had not deserted his party, but hi-? party had deserted him. Several other prominent Con- servatives had a place on the plat- form. The outlook is bright for a Liberal sweep in New Brunswick. Hatch and Mayor Adams. A funeral sermon in keeping with the solemnity of the occasion waa preached by Rev.'-A. M. Gordon, who spoke in deep reverence as be recall- ed briefly .the short of Mr. Hal] in this city, commenting upon his ability as a public-man, hf-s ster- iing worth as man: of character, and tbe deep sorrow felt by those friends that, now survive him. _ The body was then, taken to the station for shipment to Hamilton. Following; were the- pall bearers, all members of Board of Trade: E. A. Cunningham. G. n. Tinning, A. Rip- ley, H. J. H. Skeith, J. .Manwaring and IJ. H. Elton. Mr. Hall has been in the city since early in .Mine in tho capacity of pub- I licity commissioner for the Board of :il in bringing several mamifac-lot" the Conservative campaign to ing concerns to the eastern ,city. present and make the meet ing a ji with his parents at, Hamilton for many years and was interested in the fur- niture business. Later, however, he be- came identified with civic work of that city, and served for two years as an, alderman. '.He.'also held tbe position of assessment, commissioner, and during that time was instrument- al I Since coming to Letbbridge he has been closely cnnneoted with Knox church, and up to" the time of his ill- n-sss was a member of the choir. He leaves to mourn him three sis- fers, 'Mrs. McClenahan, Mrs, Trlbiu and Miss Mina Hail, who has been ivith him since the beginning of his Mncss, all residing at, Hamilton, where tbe -burial will take place on the ar- rival of the remains from the west Baby Sfiow To-night Better moving pictures than ever The Little Fire Chief-Comedy Her Artistic Temperament-Drama Admission 1O and 15 cents vatives here on the night of the 12th j when1 i Premier McBride will spe-.ik in company with A. S. Goodeve, the' Conservative candidate for rg-plggMnn, I ._._ As first arranged, the Liberals were victimized by a bogus telegram. Kip-, NOT SALTS, OIL OR to hold their grand rally tomorrow has bcon himself ,il night, but when it was learned that the Conservatives had advertised the th-e most asLoundinK and nonsensical matter regarding reciprocity. Kipling same date as the time for tho pro- does not ex-plain where the 'leu to vincial premier to he here, an invita-ione cnme The obvious view was extended to the managers is tliat whon two lie joint PILLS BUT CASCARETS No Odds how sick your Stomach; how hard your head aches or how Bil- make you fetl great Von men and women who somehow changing markets th-e small country i can't get reeling have an .which gets the large marketl is net- 'almost daily headache, coated tongue aftair. Ihis was declined by the Con-1 Ung much the better for itself than to'1 lllate breath, dizziness, servailves and fane Liberals ,he country, which gets tho can't sleep, are nervous and changed the date of their meeting so as to' follow the Premier and Mr. Goodeve. ileetings will be held at Hosmer, .Michel, and Coal Creek, during the week by both parties. Dr. King mak- small market. That logically ought 10 be (he protectionist The tJ. H., Kipliug is a wicked country much hiirber percentage of upset, bothered with a sour gassy, disordered rjr have back- ache and feel all worn ont. Are you keeping clean inside with MURDER IN CALGARY Calgary, Sept. serv- ant girl in the house of G. C. Robinson; was shot dead hy an unknown man this morning, who then turned the weapon on himself with the same re- sults. Cause of the crime un- sown. LOCAL LABOR MEN SOLID FOR RECIPROCITY PACT Local Labor Leader Explains Report of President Walters' Speech on Saturday Night Was Only Half Reported Speaking to a prominent labor lead er in the city this afternoon, he call etl attention to the account which ap- v pcared in the local Tory organ this morning about J. C. speech to the labor men of the city on Satur- Five DoDars For A Name! Five Dollar Gold Piece----- is offered for the best suggestion for a new name for Reeling's Store, Lethbridge, which is under new management. One sug- gestion is allowed with each cash purchase of one dollar during the fifteen clays immediately following Saturday, Sept. 2nd. Having purchased the business of Mr. Eeding and remodelled the store we are ready to carry on a first-class trade in every res- pect. have n complete new stock of groceries and our dry goods will be on the shelves immediately. (Jail inspect our goods. Sec our fine new show cases and counters 0. Walton, Prop. 1401 FIFTH AVE., LETHBKIDGE. PHONE day night, and accused that paper of misleading the people by publishing only half the report of rtie meeting, and what was said of the political issue, llr. Walters, who has Social istic teaniugs, and who wishes to' see the labor men of this constituency place a Socialist candidate in the field In this state that ho thought reciprocity might not af- fect the cost of living, although that was an open question, asked the Conservatives if they were willing to place a tariff on labor coming into this country to compete with our la- bor, in the same manner as they Placed a tariff on the Jiecessarias of the labor man. If they would promise do that he thought they might be considered in this election, hut tmless hat were done any legiilation which s a step toward removing yie tariff should ho carefully consid-. ered and upheld by the labor men. lis speech was an arraignment of both political parties, hut he stateiT hat .in so far as anything the Con- iarvatlves have done for the laboring of the country they were not to be considered, and thought flic re- i medy would come by having Labor or Socialist candidates in the field. The matter of reciprocity is iin open question and labor men about the city believe it will Induce competition In food products, nnd for this renson the laboring men of Lethbrlrtge arc solid In their support of thu puct. murders than Camidit, but if Canadian Cliecnrets, or merely forcing _ wheat goes free into the States some- jsageway every few days with salts, ing his first appearance at Coal Creek how or other the whole crop of mur- Ir.athartic pills or castor oil? This is on Tuesday afternoon. BOGUS Or Absurd; British Com- ment on Alleged Kip- ling Telegram London, Sept. alleged tcle- sram to the .Montreal Star deprecat- ing reciprocity which Rmlyanl Kipling Is said to have written, is being com- mented upon by a section of the Scot- ish press which does not believe im- plicitly that Kipling was the author of he despatch. Tire .Morning Lender commenting upon the despatch, says: "Unless the .Montreal Star has been derous propensities are to be carried into Canada by the wheat trucks on CaKcarols work while you sleep; the return THE LETTER BOX BENNETT'S PASTURE FIELDS To the Editor of the Herald: cleanse and regulate the-stomach, re- move tile so.w, undigested and fer- I mentiujr food iml foul gases, take j the excess bile from the liver and car- ry out of the system all the decom- posed waste matter and poison in the. intestines and bowels. A Cascaret tonight will straighten the anti-reciprocity 'by 10 cent box Ing Friday night we were entertained from any drug store will jroiir; splendidly by two of th-e finest pieces i entire family feeling good for months. of firumniino: which have been exe- cuted in Lethbridge. The one by the excellent drummer of the bagpipes band, and the other i by tbe able candidate for Don't forget the children. They lov Cascarets because they taste good- do gripe or sicken. Mr. R. B. Bennett. nothing, tho coal is as useless I now as at creation, unless the people COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Cowan's sserns to hit the right spot It is a great food for husky young ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious A fierce 'buttle oecurrftrt at Bract, France, today when a large mob of cheaper food manlfestants engaged the troops and leaX-forty perioni wtrt injured. -sooner the accomplishment, of Ca- save us, and which for a moment I would like to disseer. desired aims, and in Canada's He said fholdinB tv.-o pamphlets in i population cdlialling that of the Un- h.3 Here arc two fields. The i Tne OTalth is b one depleted, worn and poor, with 90 j feaft g't m Head of cattlo thereon: Sm.'the benefit of hu- the other, with green pastures and running waters, with only eight 'Bnlt'er [0 uka down thfl head of cattle thereon. the. owner i .and let in the bead of of th-a latter lo tear down his fence. cattle into our paeture. Yours faith- JOHJf. BARTHOLOMEW. and let in the 90 head, or w-ould ho j he wiye to keep up his fence for his eight beiid Xow in this lies the great argu- Iment for reciprocity. For this rea- u. ji. Maxwell spent the week-end I son: instead of the value of cilv ,nokin aiter somc of his head he lIKe to b, reaping the: h here. hcnefit of Ihc 90 head, ae well as the i eight.; or. In other wordy, in place of people populating the whole of Canada, we should have soon some good show of a good proportion nf the of the people of ttte United States here itlso. This i6 In nccord with Mr. Ben- nett's argument. Now, It Is computed thnl from n j financial standpoint, every human hc- Ing is worth and in 'nco of the nssunvcd gonom! depje- i tfoii of the United States, In few' say, of the populn- Mori, or half llio no. ns Mr. Bennett snlrl, come into Canada, in conso- nuence of the fence .being pulled; down; on Ihis wo af. once open up further the rosonrces pf Cann'da hy n 'snni-of no loss than- 000 at each. As we all know, the prairie Is nb- fiolutely valueless, the fornts are THE GREATEST MILITARY BANDS Fm tlie worM play for you! F on the Victor. Havo yon) heard the stirring, jmtri-1 otic selections playad hy 1 K.' M, .Coldstrwim Guards and rttaclr Diamond's Mil- itary Hand? them. all. Come and Jiear them. MASON A, RISCH, Ltd. pom. Blk. Phone 791 ;