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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE 'DAILY f 530.25 London "Now Is tho (line to inalco ner- vation for.ftill Ball- iugu. accommodation for Third OlttSB f'lnsyrt room a. nmv, tvvln-nri'ew HtuiuiH'i'u. Special railroiiil fiiroB Ui connection with ouoiin MclteU lo iiiirocu. Ciuuird Line Canndlnn Service. S.S. "Anfonla." ORI. 7; 8.S. "Aseiin- 21; K.s. Nov. -1; H.S. Nov. IK. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION Now S.'S, Dect'iubor 2 ml. For further iiifornmUon apply to nnjr .Slcamnhip or Ifnlhv-.u- AficnL II. ,K, Bjuiiiuan, General Agent, Canadian .West 445 MAIN ONE OF BESTfEGAN IN THE" PLANTS IN j LONGBOAT CANADA CLASS LeHibriclge's New Sew- age Disposal System Drunken Indian on a Pony Lost in This Race At last the plaiiy ;nul J-wigboat, the champion Mui'atiiou- (ha Beware ayeturn luiva I of O'amida, hay a rival hi Ihe ullv nrriiwi from Toronto, rcuchluK I'ollco force wlio will inulcc Hie Jn yiylerdny. They-1m vo been ciirorully diaii jJKWitrcd by T. Ali'cl .Murray of t'i'cn ronio, who spent fomu lime Iwre I to heat him out. in a sprint 100 yards tip to any distance, wonderful discovery made S.S. LAURENTIC S.f.. MEGANTIC Feet Long About Tone 67 Feet Wide CLASS CABIN SKIIVIUK LARGEST; NEW- EST, FINEST IN CANADIAN TRADE I S. Si.TEL'TOXIC I S. S. CANADA The Largest and Fastest Steamers only one class (II) of cabin i Adams this mommy, h jiaat-engoi'H. Tlio host itccuntmodations' i1.'. inodoraie rates. t (bird-class on alt steam-: ers- N ih REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS I j 7. Nor. I F'csantlc 14. Nov. IL: Teuto.-ic Oct. 21. Nov. IS j Laurcntlc ............Oct. 2S, Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Dec. Dee. M. l- reservations of classes! -Plans now open--Book early. i AMERICAN STAR LINEj LEYLAND STAR LINE about a your ayo. gohii! owr tlie ju-o.uml, ami, it IB the belief of the city council that tiioy have l one of ills best plants in Canada. For a eoniilc of days .the oiiRln-ser- rtiilT will be kept busy looking prepiiriug a import for the .council uic'jlitiK'on Tu day .a'l'trvnoon when ilia matter will be diKcnssed b-2- i'ort; tlu; council. Speaking to Mayor i stated that would be nind-e 'to have tbe work begun early next ii Ihe gocrf wenl.her lit present, ihnrv Blnuhl be little dilTir.ully in ftfttlhis the work well started tins fall, putting it In such yliape that it could completed next ".spring with little Trouble. Ttoro bo a groat, deal of spe- cial s't-eel to order for the plant so that Htile of the steel work will be done this season, but most of tho rjinem. work can IAJ done if the weather permits. Tlie money has been voted for tile to tbe ex- tent of and lira contract, will be KH away. The city officials from BUBIOII. N'eiv Vork and; are much thai, the plau-s have riiiljulrjlpliiii to Quctmstown, Liver-1 arrived in time to allow a start be- I ol. Piymoni.li, Cherbourg made this fall as they are anxious utlinmulanl London, Dover And Ani-j ,0 Rui wori{ started this year 1 cither 1Iiss 1 o which was incorporated by t rovlncial LcjrinlHturo. the from Kayir.ond heinjr the winner of i tin- inrcl.il. nnil caoli of 'the others A parly of Territorials to tbe Duko of onuvaJl'ss Infantry, 'ciutainti- ed at Mliiciiearl, was baibiny in the wboii t-Iirec of their number wise carried thivi- t-iitrics from Aetna, one from front Lravitt and hiil- ahtw from .t'anlsinn. Much 'intei'itsl. eeriienMl in the "Jolly Old An. I." Tho j Oov9rilop of I1. inio the race. ol Ilk' ('in will'leave for Ottawa'by spcciil train. Mr. Jlulvcy, under sec- retary of slate, is in Quebec ivil.li .Sir I.omer flouin, made IraRpy by receiving a Dnin and I'lipluin Viclor ill lor the effort. Tbc.re were tier, A.n'.C... relative lo tins reception entries front one from to tin: coining Clovenior-General bomlon, Sept. Diilra' nf Connnuglit .veslcr'day received an an- dionca with' the .King and kissed liands niion Ills appointnient I ---------or General of tlie Uominiou. tbe v.cto y Mi .IK tollowlne are Dnke's jLayncK singcvs over tliose led by Sir. sllne wllll st.Mm iodlly S S. Xuivlon, ajl Canlston people. by the boat train' for Liverpool, "en- routa for Canada by tbe steamer Vlc- lorian. COCHRANE IN BORDEN'S Toronto, Sept f. 'Cotibrane'R portfolio in tlie Bor- den cabinet will be nnnoimced by the end of the week, when it is anid Sir Wilfrid l.aurior will have resigned and U. L. Borden ealled upon to form it. sovern- nietit. In Toronto it was aaiii j dial. Mr. Cochnme will be ap- poinied minister of railways lincl eanals. Further clv.inges ill the Ontario government may follow tbe formation of the new administration. MONSTER STEAMER FOR VAN COUVER-HONG KONG SERVICE The allii :iiul tenor duct uiso a ing nuinlicr and received a dn- servcrt Miss Klizu Hartley and, Mr. llyrm; 'Ionian Rlvinp "Sam am! Vs Coin tsliip" in character. Thru- was no conipr.Utlon, hut thn Mr. -lonc-s, of-Macleod, highly conuncnded it. Tim thivt'itilG riioir Competition Lnavitl. and Cardston Captain T. H. Rivors, Bulk- lay, Coast G'liiuxis; Capt. Buller, Rj-' flS Brigade; and ('apt. Wortbingtbn, of tlv.% Army Medical Corps. remarkably bill Mr. A. R. Curls' choir nf carfioc! off ihe shield. baritone solo wns won by Mr. Wm. of [laymonri, Mr. By- ron Jordun hping !Jie other coiv.vcti- tor. Kach ii vr nine's Ptitnriainniciit. was with ;i violin solo by Master NMHsrn, of Itnynmnd Mr O'Brii'ii.' his iriJdrudor, H uiuiii; pupil of eriMl 'by t Ooiiln, ship's cook, WHS in Cornwall fulifii from tho ateaincr llubron. DUBLLIN STRIKE MATTERS OEADLOCKID Dublin, Sept. til ft .111 noli linemen t earlier in tiho day that the strike declared by the Amnl- gnmnted Society of Railway Servants on all railroHilH In Irelanri had hecn_iet- tlcd, it. was later ascertained gotfnMons are deadlocked. The strllc- ors accepted tho terms of tbe comptny, but when It. came to resuming work, the companies refused to reinstate the in their former posltlonii, no that would mean the 'j men who had bcei them. displacement of engaged to fill Sir Wilfrid Laurtar spoke, iwico >fpierfia.v In Qnob-ec tllatrirt. and pro- m-'iiiided on tlis tcrrr.ce in the uven- COAL We have Several Cars Arriving Daily Phones 423 323 Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd. NEW STEAMER FOR. CANADIAN PACIFIC BAILROM3. This Is tlio lirat of two new liners hclng built by tlio Canadlau PnoiOc Knllrond for service between Vaneoiirer snfl lions Kong. Tlii'sc Btcoinera will bo up to dnto In every way. Tim length over all Is 305 nnd displacement. 15000 Ions. Tiie (urines nrc o( horse power, c'npublo of making clKhtecil knots nn hour. They will no. commodula luissongers. Special rllcir'on Is given toliu Irnproveil mctbod Ol tUtataK bonts, u-liieli cnii be douc lu tweoty-fonr hours, COMMITTED FOR TRIAL ON ELECTION QUARREL Electric Fixtures Shades and General Repairs 1.1. McKcnzio Co. ELECTRICIANS 706 ird IS, 637 CamplMiUon. NT. B-, Sept. M. lias committed for trial on a charge of causing the death of Onnlel Br.uce. Bruces' d'aatli way tlie result or an election aryumtrnt In thn h-eat of which Dr. Doherty lunged blm with hla um- brella. Tbe Rtoel point entered Unice'-s -aye, p'ah-etratfng the brain and ultimately resulting fatally. SIR EDMUND LACON KILLED Vernon, D. C.. Sept. In- jured by the npsottlns of liis antomo- bllfj sir ICdmuml r.ncon was found on the Kelownn rood two miles from Kr.it night. Sir Edmund IIBI! brnnpbt hl-3 nuriher into Vernon to catch tlio train frfr Vancouver, iinil was on his way back to bia ranch wlwn the accident tmpnonutl. ;