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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 27, THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Pajje 0 SAVE DOLLARS By Purchasing Your Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Posts, etc., from us. We are selling at WHOLESALE MILL PRICES, delivered anywhere in Southern Alberta Owing to Low Wholesale Prices we are able to do this, and give you the benefit while it lasts. THIS IS WUR OPPORTUNITY Office Royal Bank Building Phone B93 CENTRAL LUMBER CO., LIMITED Lethbridge Yard 14O7 3rd Avenue South Phone 1492 TAHITI CENTRAL POINT FOR PANAMA CANAL NAVIGATION CITY ENGINEERS TO GATHER AT CLEVELAND FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY FOR NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PAVING "It ts i far cry to Lock i farther one to Tahiti, Lonl liyroii's Island aud the You sail down the South American toaei Rio and H. A. (your trav: eller never say a lluenos Ayrcs) and Iho thcltereil harbor pi Montevideo ilhe accent IB on the e, Tnd when >0'i come to the gateway ol Magellan your Journey has hut begun, Far ahead lies Val- Tahiti Hes beyond the baths of all tho western stare like tho Hy Brazil bl the poets. Away back in 17S9 Ihe British tare 61 tho Bouiily mad-" R stay at is- land collecting bread-fruit trees, tailor's, life was a hard one In flaye, and it ts small wonder thai Ta- hiti whh its wonders of green nariug jttlm anfl sJJIl lagoon and coral shore, UB days ever warm and its soft starry, appeared'to them a very heaven Commodore BJIgh was hard put to to drag-them away EEii the mutiny. Tbe men WILLOW RIVER INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA'S tuluio and COH- MBKOrAir Capital, oSers. unrivalled oriporlunifies for money making. IN- for money making IX- V E S T M E N T S, BUSINESS, and HOMES. Located on the FBASER Mid WILLOW RIVERS, Q 11 A N D PACIFIC, PACIFIC AND HliDSOX BAY and other railroads in He centre of a LARGE, RICH FARM- ING AND. TIMBER DISTRICT, the natural supply point, tor the WON- DBRFUL PEACE RIVBH COUNTRY, and''tie RICH OABIBOO MINING plSTRlCTVinsures tie future of WIL- LOW RIVER.v 'Write tow, today, for free PACIFIC LAND TOWNSHIPS CO. LIMITED. 302 Rlchardi Street, Vancouver, B. p. Wanted For Rheumatism, Rest and Recreation V Bouldftr Springs. Mod- ern.Hotel, European tric -Lights. Tjp-tortatft heating planC hot and cold ruudac water Ju "every room. moat modern bath house In the Kooms per dAj" and up. prices rcaBon- Special Uclcet at one and one- -third for Ihe round trip. Soid at all Great Northern sta- tion R In M returned to Tahiti to It-ad for a Ume a lotus-eating life. Change is Taking Plact The island has known many vicissi- tudes of political fortune since then, and IB now French possession away from the beaten track of ocean traffic, L voices of the inhabitants arc' low and of a peoiile whoso ancestors have never known hurry, a neonle dwelling In u laud where it Is always afternoon and living lives as changeless as the sea that rings ibeir island home. Hut aU la about to bo changed. The economic march of the world's pro- gress is not io he stayed by senti- mental considerations, nor can all the romance aud poetry In the world save Tahll! from commercialism. The on- tnlng of the Panains. canal, diverting Ihe traffic of the world to (he Pacific, x-Uub i HCT; Tor the deep qulti taters o' tho harbor of Papeete. Under 'the auspices' of'Ihe' depart- ment of: public works of. tiie French lepablic, Mr. University of Pennsylvania has been investigating the probable effects of the opening of ike PauaUii-CaTisi the trade of tho Pacific, and his re- port shows the.Importance of.Tahiti. Ills researches- included tic proh rapvemcut ot from Pana- na the routes, possible between Panama and. the: islands ti.e Southern Sea, wUether, a "coding station at Papeete would, he worth le and -what it "the French Republic to, set iU house (D order for future custom, A glance at ine map :shovrs tho rnlEMy jiart tuai Panama must play in the future coin rcerce of the world. At the present time cargoes, from Ei.ropa to Australasia, go uixiunclf.thi Cape or ihe Suez Zealand, the journey through Magellan Is 1014 miles shorter than.by >Mel bourne and the the opentnj of .the Panama cut SCO miles more from the total. In 1509-10 the of ships traf- ficking to Australia was, from Europe, tons, Cropi the eastern" ports of IhQ'Unlted SUiles, tonsV 'It is estimated .tW.Jn 19J5.thp total tonnage will be tons udd'.thls excludes all meritton oF-trafQc'trom tho west'.coast of the United States or from South America. Mr. JoTinBon's him to conclude that In" 1915 nlope a GetVof 225 ahlpa of a'40DO ton register H'111 pa a through waters aroucd Tahiti; and lhaf .will In- as the years "go by; For the Jounuy from Auckland, say, Io Panama, such a vessel COE- gurac 1800 tons of coal. H requires no great calculation- to show thnVa coaling on Tahiti To The Old Home In Scotland, England and the Continent can be made ht the [owttt new eleamere, Weekly Rtssrve now. Kor full information aik any railway or steamship agent, or, H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, ftt. Man. tLOGK-OUT'YOUH-TniP Fall and Sailings To EUROPE White Line MONTREAL TO LIVEHPOOL Si. LAURENTIC Largest MEOANTIC From Canada One Cibln Steamers TEUTONIC, CANADA, ARABIC Also cervices from Doaton, New York, and Philadelphia to Queenatown, Liverpool, Tly- mouth, Soiilhdmpton. Povor. Chorbo'iirg, Antwerp cm] Mediterranean ports. Sailing llsfs book, leta and full information on ap- plication to Any railway or steamship agent Of to W, M. MeLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street, Winnipeg RUSSELL SAGE LEFT FORTUNE OF HU WMow and Stata of New York York, first olfl-, figures that show tho amount o! jdow, received on which the he left by HuissU Sage, the II-1 estate paid ft tax of K35.038. The rest ancler, who died on July 23, 19OB, are contained In papers on Hie In the county clerk'B office la suit brought ,1110 Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. I Mr. Saje Is shown by lie papers to have a grogs personal estate valued at ill, real ctUte appraUed at Mrs. Margaret Ollrla Sage, the wl- iy the Stale of York against llnj J26.000. of the estate Trent to twenty-eight ne- phaws and nieces, grand-nephews and Krand-nleces of Mr. Eaie. each receiv- Flowering Bulbs Plant Now We offer complete a-isartmenl vf Bulbs for winter floweruijj in and iprir.g 15owiring in the Potipiij. Dciu. 100. in i 1-W UlkJ.WLitaCafki. pach.....3.00 UKrt.CfiizcwEACitd.Uiie. iOc.ea. 1.00 Litd. .ED Kyaciruhi. .W VOO Ityadriihi. Ijuicfc, 4-00 .49 2.75 Nudnut. Gvuhuci........10 1.70 Ntrdivji. double. J viilttitJ...... ,30 2.00 Scllxs Sib-rica................... .26 1-W detfe.......-............15 UO 0 cotcii.....30 l-Ii Tulips, 1.35 Tulips. l.M doutle. r.icirf. fl cokti... -3i J.25 tr.Urf........SO l.M TtUjn. double, rood rcfced........ -25 1-23 26 (IfctfrKt BULBS, FLAWT5. ETC., FREE JOHN A. BRUCE CO., LIMITED HAMILTON, ONT. Some of the noted engineers who wl'll attend the conference: Top, D. R. Ky.; M. E. Shsr- rard, Newark, N.J.; F. M. Cellsrius, Dayton, O.; H. Christ, Grand Raplcttj Mich.; Edwin A. Fisher, Rochester, New York; Henry Ohio. cut the dead weight or coal.cart: ried and Increase jiro portion at ely the freight paying capacity .cK. the vessel. H IB many a long year, jaaibta.ns Mr. Emery Johnson, until oil as a fuel be-1 an accomplished fsct, and incanv.-hflo'he rightly- argues ships niugl have coal. Under the cSrcum- stances.he.stronely urges Tahiti as-a" coaling s.lallon, jisks.that ajl Papeete-lie dredged 'to allpV "ol entry for any fvass iho Panama, Canal, suggests the erec- tion 'or wireless" statloQs, and esti- mates that -the. French government vrould bo well 'advised In Investing a sum of about "T" TO HELP MOVE CROP Ottawaj Kept. monthly bank slHtemEnt -wlH be lEsued'tomor- row. Ttc chief feature state- meat la understood to be an Increase of flYfi million dollars in circulation used largely for the moveiasnt-of the crop in the TAHITI CENTRAL POINT for PANAMA CANAL NAVIGATION ST. ANDREWS YOUNG PEOPLE SPENT JOLLY -TIME 'AT FESTIVE BOARD The St. Annreu'V Young Men's Ri-1 ble class and Athletic club held an honor "the winners o! Ihe honors in the church athlijlio events held during the summer. Dr. Thornr.t'jn presided over .the banquet table, aa4 the ORRINE FOR DRINK HABIT So uniformly successful has OH- RIN15 hecn in restoring the victims of the "Drlnfc Habit" into sober aud use- we want to eniFhaElze the fact that' OnRINB is Bold under Ihfs rwalUvo guarantee. If, alter a trial, you ;et no benefit, your money will be. rf.Iuniied. OIlRfSK. costs only. Jl.OO per box. for Free Booklet. Tied Cross Drug Store, Ltd., AcadEa BlOCfc, ih.owlna French posiesilon which will benefit largely through i the Tahiti >nd the trade routes of the Pacific. Experience .Is the beat asMsttmco'sin osecutor can hate In ad'mlnlslcring an ealalo to tho best-advanfege. Why not take tbls considera- tion when ajipolnttng YOUR executor and trust tho administration of your CBlale to a responsible Trust Company ulth many years' experience? Booklet containing necessary information regarding >rllls, bo mailed on rotiueBt. v spet-chtt and other fratures on the program were" 'greatlj'' appreciated. The senior and junior football teams both won the shields in their compiH the senior team winning 15 out of "IB, sanies "during the season, being- beaten.by in Iho last game.of the year. The, following ivas.the toast list follcwiDjj'tfc'e.banquet- "The proposed by Mr, Kawoilh, responded to by Kev. A. C. liryan W. Hartley I'thr- Football proposed hy.the chairman, sponsored by A. LaVie and J. Bell; duet, Misses .V. Hume and Hai- en'; pro- posed by R. Xess, honored by visit- ing'delegates song, J. Kiddie; reci- tation, J. Livie "St. Andrew's proposed by Mr. D. Home, honored by -Mr. Whits song, Mr. Millar; "Th; JJible pro-pcScvi by R. n. .1. Johnston, responded to by Mr. W. Ifartley song, Miss M. Tennant toast "to the ladres, pro- posed by Mr, J. Livie, Tespcnded to by Mr. alfO The pleased Rat he ring hroVe-up with singing "Auld Lang WELL-KNOWN HORSEMAN DEAD Toronto, Sept Maher, aged one of the foremost horsemen In Canada, died tonight. Tie was the proprietor of a large horse exchange, being In business hero for thirty-five years, and was a well-known and suc- cessful exhibitor at horse shows. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIP Pmldenl ALEXANDER 1.AIRD. JOH.V AIRD, GraenJ V. C. ttPM PAID UP, ESfflt TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide liimself w.th funds without delay at each point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive mannei. They arc issued payable io every country m the world in denominations.of S60, S100, with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries.stattrd on the face of each cheque. They economical, absolutely identifying' and easily negotiated. W. 3 Lethbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, Mgf, The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator' and Offi-.Ta! Assignee for tfio Judicial District LETHBRIOOE, MACLEOD, CALGARY, WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue We it, Calgary, H. A. Howard, Manager Transform Your Home With the Hew Wall Papers The season is" advancing, when you will spend niost of your time in'tlie liouse. Are your rooms looking dingy! If so, phone for us and we advise you aS to the best way to make them bright and cheerful at a small cost. XOW IS THE BEST TIME SOR OUTSIDE PAINTIKG WELLINGTON BROS. PAPERHANOER'S AND PAINTERS KALSOMININQ AND DECORATING CIS 10th Street S. Store: 310 Sherlock Bulliilng. Phoiid 1472.- Phone 1762.' OF CANADA The CoHlKeice Bepsiton fat tfce Bank of Gaufa is Well Placed Our Paid-up Capital li '_. Fund over Assets over As a natural consequence, our deposits are growing rapidly. In 1900 they totalled In 1905 to 1910 in '1912 vhtte (hey now O, R. TINNING, A. I. KING, Actg Mlnafw I'.ETHBRIDGE BRANCH BRASSY LAKE BRANCH C. F. P. CONYBBAItE, Ksq., K.C., President, J. M. AITKEN, ESQ., Vlco-Preslacnt. DIRECTORS: John Home, Esq. H. W. Church, Esq. Dr. S. Stewnrt, M.P.f. W. S. Ball, Esq. Dr. W. S. J. D. HislnbOtium, 0. H. Miner. Esq. Wm. Smllh, You Can Make Use of this Company To act u- Executor 'or Truiteo of jour own Eiltla; or u Ai. mlnlatralor of any In which you are Interested. To Invest four Kundi In or (or Sale; and to make all on um4 to yoa. To take Entire Chirfe of your Hntndal Affaire, nod (a same lor a niTOeuile To Act as Treasurer ol Real E'tUU or other or Trustee In any matter where It that conflicting InUr- tsts be safeguarded, t This Is fust growing Corporation which. will prove, M goti on, to be of Inestimable service to the men and people of this city, and district; and will In addition do much to- wards Ine np-Dulldlng of Lethbridge financially, The British Canadian Trusts Company A PfogrcHlvt Company' Conybeare Blocfc Uethbfldjt, ;