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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Brandon, Manitoba
4 ult i summarizes report received by . Sofric. Gals from agents throughout country r a #1 a i i a a to a 4 m a a Quot a it it i a a was to the sue Peg. Juno 29 a while there ii he no Mil of the Fleet that re a a needed in moot sections All through the West up to the present Iff no indications have come to Light showing that any actual damage has been done. This is the summary of the report hat has reached the Canadian pad he railway officials through its r gents and summarised up to Friday night. Weather throughout the West has Ren favourable generally and no a a Inge from any cause is yet noticeable. The Early sown Grain has lot yet shown any standing still and no Lack of moisture but the up sown is beginning to feel it. There were a few showers in the Vicola Section yesterday. Leaving for Gotland. Mrs. And Misa Robertson of 555 amp sixteenth 8treet, Are leaving on tues Day neat for Scotland. Their trip will extend Over three months. On the eve of her departure for the old country miss Robertson was mad the very agreeably surprised recipient of a Beautiful gift from the Central Canada insurance staff of which she has been a faithful and esteemed member for a number of years. The gift took the form of a Beautiful Morocco leather handbag and an us Bimla both mounted in Silver. Of mull London. June diverting and \ to a a a is a a i unusual scene occurred in or. Justice Scrutton s court when an automatic machine was carried on to the Bench age the judge counted the some while it Gage m being court had to determine whether the game was one of skill or Chance. Or. Catt or Hertford had hired some of the machines and refused to pay on the ground that they were gambling machines and rendered him same. Mem Muffat a god a i. A partner in pm of Mart Hka Ufi of Lewis a saws use aaa Aam Aga Asp a Cwm died Utai last eight it Swift rest after a very Brief to Knees. Or. Bere were Bot Crew Wigre of an who was a a a now Seal la to Ftp year e a a partnership with his mfg St of j t up a partners tahe one. Rev. A. A. Imitation Mii in do Leliac Fforest coveted Honor get a Clark land ,"4\ retain fat Al slate. I Quot 0c obituary. News has been received in the City of the death of mrs. Watson who resided at the Corner of fourth Street and Princess with her daughter mrs. Cooke. The late mrs. Watson was visiting her daughter at Longlaw at the time of her death. The funeral takes place on monday at Carberry. Mrs. Cooke was called Home from the East where she was visiting at Toronto and Owen sound. Says Canada wifi become a Centre of British Empire prof. Willis Moore makes startling statements to londoners a base8 theory on climatic conditions. I on Doc. June 29�?that the increased efficiency due to climatic conditions of the transplanted Litisher �111 soon make Canada the Centre Point of the British Empire is the a tement with which prof. Willis Oore chief of the United states Quot father Bureau has startled in it no veers. A prof. Moore claims that it can be demonstrated that the image of the North american con neat is producing a race which in c rental and physical Energy promises be distinctly More efficient than a in past nation of the Northern or go race he bases his theory on the fact that the Northwest winds of b american continent blowing with threat velocity from an extreme Alti Ide of vast electrical potentiality i lease More Ozone in the proper a Ste for human breathing than in i by other place in the world the Continental climate of am men differs from the Marine Cli mates of Europe in the fact that most of the winds originate Over the land areas and that they carry oxygen which is readily transmuted into Ozone by electricity whereas the Marine winds of the British Isles and the european continent Are lacking in the Means for releasing this virile element. Consequently the american weather expert maintains that the Canadian can no More control that nervous Energy which is the Marvel of Europe than he can Stop his own breathing. According to prof. Moore race efficiency depends upon the following meteorological formula the higher the wind velocity the greater the downward component of motion whereby six molecules of oxygen of two atoms each Are changed into three molecules of of one of three atoms each in which form they enter the human lungs and drive the physical and mental engines at the maximum rate. This is what the Northwest winds Are doing for Canada which need fear no Competition from the rest of the world As Long As the winds continue to blow. Sheriff w. Henderson who As referee at the con Ductor s picnic sports at Ninette Oil monday. Hay crop has i been ruined almost impossible to get a Meadow of grass established Here Elton Farmer s loss. Event and was told be did not. Got another shot and thus got More amusement. At Elton he had 120 from saturday s daily that the Hay crop in the Brandon District is almost entirely ruined through the drought and heat of the past few Days is showed by reports gathered from Farmers All Over the District yesterday afternoon. Hay has never been a thriving proposition Here but several Farmers have stuck to its cultivation with tenacity or. Robert Reid of Forrest states that the entire crop in his neighbourhood has been dried up. Or. H. W. Johnston said acres which Cost him $115 for the seed alone besides the Cost of labor. Now he says he would not give a Dollar for the whole he explained that it is extremely hard to obtain what Farmers term a a a catch which is a hold on the ground by the tender seeds. Asked As to effect it would have on the Price of milk and butter he said it would naturally follow that these commodities will be dearer in the fall although As to feed no great Reliance was Ever placed on the Supply of Hay to be grown Here. Still other and cheaper feed crops have also suffered extensively from the hot and dry weather. By do eating that Indian at the Industrial school at night the War Bie to be proceeded against. The own gue championship. The score wan cars. Messes. Passers Moody wraith two Goa a to nil and both Points were and Gurr ltd., of curtain Road con registered after the interval. Tended that it was a game of skill and / a sued for the hire Money $390. A a Quot a a via. It was explained that the player had boys and girls govern to put a Penny in a Slot and push a1 Colony in England. Handle when a Hall would Fly up am-1 Ong some pins like those of a bag-1 London june 28 the scheme for atelier Hoard. The object of the game establishing a self governing Colony was to so manipulate the Ball that it for both boys girls would fall into a cup attached to the on Ine of George Junior handle. The judge wanted to know if Public in America is Well on the the player got his Penny Back in that Way to fun Al Linen 99m tiie 60 a a. Ony will be established at Flowers farm in Dorset. The farm is beautifully situated in a cle.1t employed by the owners of wooded a Quot a we la watered countr rated the machine in court i and a Quot a the a sch ,8 Dre?�?o8 g0 bey0�?�d caught the Ball twice out of six. He the of actual Lannig of houses court said that outside in the presence of pc est e cd ,0 a 8w Ming a a smaller audience he had caught it four times out of six. The judge to or. Bankes k. A How Many times can you do it i or. Bankes about once in six my lord. The judge i had better try it on my Learned Brethren during lunch. Laughter or. William Cook the professional billiard player also operated the machine while the judge looked on to count the score. A miss a called his lordship to or. Cooke a first attempt. Paris june28�?promogeniturecon-�?omiss�?� at the second. A Ibn los Eye at fers no natural advantages according the third shot a announced the judge to professor Petschnikoff. On the amid laughter. Contrary All eldest sons and Daugh deciding that the game was one of ters must consider themselves As made at the Junction of two streams one of which called the wriggle is sure to entice by its humorous name. At Flowers farm in keeping with the Best spirit of social Reform today girls Are included in the scheme and will work Side by Side with the boys sharing All responsibility and All privileges. The fourth child is always the Best. Baltimore it. D., june 29.�?wearied with their second struggle lasting practically All night the leaders and to a body of a negates were late in making their reappearance at the main centres of this moaning god r was Well towards noon before the work of consultation conference and caucus was in full swing. The Early a Birds which included chairman James were again sanguine that a decisive ballot would be reached today and that the convention would conclude its labors to night already special trains Are carrying away Large parties which had come to Ace a candidate chosen. It was the general feeling that if Clarke wins he must win quickly. A continued deadlock was one thing Ifsich might destroy the commanding Lead he had already established. The problem before the Clarke forces j was twofold. First to hold their Sun present Strong position intact against defections and second add 17$ votes to his 549 shown on my twelfth lot to give him the necessary two thirds majority. The first problem was not a men acing one but it has its difficulties. The ninety new York votes with Clark from the ninth to the twelfth ballot were not regarded As dependable if the struggle Wao prolonged As the new yorkers were still feeling their Way ready to stand by Clarke if his forces coid show an ability to concentrate the Field but not to remain with him indefinitely a amp prolonged contest. Outside the new York acquisition the main body of Clarke men were holding together Well although it was said scene of them who have formerly had Strong Bryan affiliations might develop a tendency to try Wilson if the contest was prolonged. I kicked by horse Dies in hd8pital twelve year old boy meets untimely end through bad Accident. Antonio coolie two horses they Wei driving were also killed. Wirele88 machine to 8end shorthand skill the judge found for plaintiffs. A twists Are dissatisfied threaten to strike against Price of gasoline. Inv leased Wise to the Sun in Tendon june 29�?great Britain is a teat ened with a strike of motor r owners who Are in open rebel i a n against the recent increases in me Price of gasoline. The first big it i o w As made during the transport a ikes of last year which held up usual Supply of gasoline but with resumption of Norma conditions a get was no corresponding redux i a a in Price. I his caused mutterings among the it lists but no actions were taken a t 1 the present Dock strike when Price again soared to such a 1 i that the retail Cost is almost Dale what it was two years ago. I first definite action to give ? to the complaint of the motor was a meeting of the Royal a a a a bile club at which the head of a of the leading motor spirit com i Quot shed an uncomfortable hour in my to explain the reasons for the to pain to Force the Oil interests lower the Price of gasoline. Two reasons Are Given by the Oil men for the increase. The first the rules of the port of London authority which prohibit the storage of Large quantities of the spirit in London thereby increasing the Cost of handling it and secondly that the steadily increasing demand for refined motor spirit has left a Large Quantity of heavier oils on hand which is a dead loss to the Oil companies unless a Market can be found for it. I it y it be club members did not hesitate declare that they were not salts with the explanation and they entered upon a definite Cam enjoyable Outing the choir of the first methodist Church had a most enjoyable Outing to Hayfield last evening. There were Ball games in the afternoon when Little Souris Defeated the Hayfield juniors. Then the Hayfield team took the Pride out of the first methodist choir team by the score of 4 to 3. La a Good musical program was in dered consisting of choruses solos etc., and a humorous Reading by # mrs. S. E. Clement that brought Forth prolonged applause. The party returned to the City about 11.30, and speak in glowing terms of the hospitality accorded them at the hands of the people of Hayfield and the generosity of their local friends who kindly offered their cars for the trip. Entries for big fair pouring in 1ffices fair of inter provincial taking on a Busy appearance to to big entries have already begun pour in from exhibitors anxious display their belongings at the summer fair. This mornings mail by caught in entries from two Eastern exhibitors each of whom will bring More than a Carload of Stock. A feature of the entries received so far is that the majority of them Are from persons who have hitherto no exhibited Here. The big poster for this years fair is now out and is an excellent example of the lithographers Art. A meeting of the fair Board directors will be held this afternoon. J Lucky if they Are just Normal. The professor was asked to account for the alleged increase of criminality in France. Some believe that the record Reward increase is due to amp a increase of sensational police reports in the new for lost youth French a now prow but that is neither Here nor there. London june 28.�?the huge Reward prof. Metsch Nikoff a answer was $50,090 offered for the recovery of the 6ne word depopulation. He after will of the late sir John Murray Scott wards explained himself thus. The does not quite break the record. Five smaller families Are the More Chance Hundred thousand francs equivalent to there is of the children turning out $100,000 was offered in 1894 for the idiots or criminals which is very recovery of an american Schoolboy much the same thing. There is a Webster a Conkling who mysteriously much higher proportion of Degener disappeared in Paris. Action and imbecility among first born the boy 15 years old was on his children than among others. The Way to the St. Lazare railway station limitation of families therefore in Paris in company with one of his makes for the increase of abnormal schoolmasters. The master lost sight individuals. Of the boy for an instant and turn the Best Stock is produced Only at ing around found that he had Digap the fourth or fifth birth. Parents geared As though the Earth had Swal therefore who desire to do their Lowed him. Jest by thir country and to bring Conkling smother a wealthy widow th0 world the finest offspring began by offering 25,000 francs for his which they Are capable of giving to recovery and then increased the re he world should have at least five Ward to $100,000. The Money was . Posited at Munroe a Bank in the Rue As almost no families in France exceed three nature is Given no Chance to fashion her Best Handiwork. It would be interesting to obtain statistics of the number of criminals who were eldest sons daughters. Charles Church aged 12 years who lived with his parents or. And mrs. Thomas Church on a farm at Banner Man was admitted to the general Hospital on thursday night suffering from injuries sustained through being kicked about the head by a horse. His condition was critical from the first and he died last night at eight of clock. It appears that the boy went to try and catch a Young horse in a pasture Field and the animal lashed out his hoofs striking the boys head. His Skull was badly fractured causing concussion of the brain. The funeral arrangements Are not yet completed. A i by Rohen bribe son killed father badly Jared and two horses killed in Danville que., june 29.�?1the col lapse of a Rotten Bridge Here yesterday caused the death of John coolie and the serious injury of his father a London june 28 a the London daily chronicle s Milan correspondent telegraphs a surprising results Are being obtained Between Here and Turin 90 Miles Distant by Means of he invention of a turinese youth Fancesco de Verocchi called the wireless iconography. A a the apparatus is far in Advance of anything of the kind yet recorded it transmits besides Ordinary messages autographs shorthand and cryptograms. Exact reproduction follows upon the interaction of synchronic periods of electric Waves in it Respondence with synchronic periods of Helix tidal movements. A so simple is the arrangement that the transmitter and receiver of this instrument May be applied with ease to any Ordinary wireless telegraphy Plant. A Gen. Spingarn minister of War h so impressed with the enormous advantages of the wireless iconography for imparting orders and conveying sketches in time of War with the utmost secrecy that immediate arrangements Are being made to secure for Italy the exclusive Possession of the Patent. A ent showing at annual wild lower show scribe Bat never found a claimant. Panama canal Cun club tournament takes place on monday criminality decreasing has shown steady fallin off in last ten years in Prussia. Berlin june 29.�?court and prison records show that there has been a steady decrease in the percentage of criminality in Prussia in the last ten years. Where formerly 759 persons out of each 100.000 were sentenced annually for some sort of crime the number dropped last year to 585, a de crease of 23 per cent. A most Gratifying feature is that the majority of the decrease was in the item of felonies the number of women criminals also showed a great falling off. Convention open what will giant waterway do for Western Canada school children gather tor annual distribution of priz est list of awards Alexan Der school wins cup. Is a despite the abnormal he at of the past few Days the showing made by the school children of the City at the annual wild Flower show held in St. Matthews Hall yesterday was All that could be desired. With additional Dis plays by the experimental farm or Rigg and or. Shrives the Hall looked very pretty. There were two Hundred exhibitions and a walk round the Well Laid out tables showed that great care must have been exercised by the scholar in the preparation of their exhibits. Designs were very original and one which caught the Eye of All present was a neat dolts torque made entirely of wild Flowers with a whip of grass As the plume standing Majest Capy Over a Small wild Rose. Another exhibit worthy of mention was a Crown and there were also several bonnets. Or. T. M. Percival president of the horticultural society made a congratulatory speech to the scholars and Par year the attendance was or the Kaiser buys his wife a hats. A a a a Paris France june 28�?dispatches from Berlin announce that the Kaiser chooses his wife s Hata and the a leading conservative newspaper sees therein a favourable sign a lot of things according to the Del for the peace of Europe. Calgary alta., june 28.�?what Wil the Panama canal do for Western can Temps Ada is Lent list of prizes g1v- h by business men and Cit tens chief subscribers. So far has been very St Hij eighteenth annual Crapshoot a Quot. Tournament of the Brandon gun f b takes place on monday for his a an excellent list of Prises has ecu secured. A there am no less than eleven 8 fits in am. Chief among these is team shoot in the Brandon grand k t Enge Competition the first prize a i a Silver cup and four Silver a a. Individual competitions Are 1 8 plentiful. A a do Fri club to now in an week and flourishing condition and we to of pc met web Berejnoy a. This season _ _ keen. The members wish to thank among 4he Many contributors to the prize seven local teachers going to England list the following d. B. Clement Brandon brewing go w. J. Young Zink shoe co., 8mrh amp Burton. W. H. Mallett. J. A. Mcdonald Waldron Cigar co a we. Bertrand a co., mutter amp Lynch Kelly hardware co., w. H. Howey a co., Richart Toon a Bishop Frank Hallett Borbridge Western Ltd Campbell a Campbell j. P4 Fries e. L. Christie of Tina a fhe-98 Long a Creem amp a w.\n. Finlay Mcwhirter a Ball. A. R Trench d. A. Will join excursion from Winnipeg on tuesday. Tour extends two month8 seven Brandon teachers All ladies will join the teachers excursion which leaves Winnipeg next tuesday and will extend Over two months. Some of those going with the ext curs Ion will go from great Rrt Faatz to the Mediterranean and Egypt. The local teachers Are the misses a a. Redmond e. L. Mcleod. B. A Strome Rena Parker Helen Gates from All the Western provinces a this interesting feature of the who Are in Alberta today i attend a Kaiser a private life a it come cents Ance at the Panama canal convention. A is perhaps of historical and political the Panama conference opened to significance following the Sensa Day will continue through tomorrow tonal debates in the Reich Stag and has attracted influential represent where the socialists somewhat natives of the commercial and Agricula mauled the Sovereign though in Tural interests of Alberta Sas Kathbe Able to prevent the voting of Norm wan and British Columbia the three Ous crests for the augmentation of great Grain producing provinces . Will it is asserted be directly and it an san Perot who goes to a Mirin vastly benefited by the opening offer a with a View to presiding per Mwry by Uncle Sam s big ditch. Json ally Over the selection of several a its. This it is enthusiastically predicted thatt hats for the Empress and Princess is i excellent the canal will do More for Western e4e�tiy neither greatly troubled by Canada than any other of the Many j parliamentary tumult nor Likely soon widely productive Means of develop. Dist Rio the peace of Europe ment Ever have in the past. That this a a Monarch who amuses himself opinion is shared by astute Railroad 80 politely in the bosom of his fam men is proved by the fact that two a 8eems 1� Promise the people new transcontinental railways Are Tranquility. One easily sees that building to the Pacific and that these a Wam of is indeed German Emper and the established roads Are spend or Anc King of Prussia the representing vast sums on terminals to a com Active of divine right and the defend Odate the Ocean liners which will Carer he ancient axiom that the by the West s Grain to the world s mar Kings win is the supreme Law sets through the Panama canal j otherwise he would not dare to the convention was opened at 10 mingle in 8uch Thorley questions As of clock this morning when the visitors the quo face of a woman a hat. Were welcomed to Calgary and to Berta. Another session will be held president View lit Winnipeg this afternoon. Tomorrow there wifi by Labbo Wise to the Sun be a luncheon at which the delegates Winnipeg june 28�?e. J. Chamber and a Torge party if by Eltoh ��pmlff1 w lain a noticeable feature is that the hew King George school Only opened last year came a amp Ese up to the Alexander school for first prize in the school competitions. Supt. F. Shrives of the Parks Board who acted As one of the judges stated that the show was Well up to the Standard mid the wonder was where so Many Flowers could come from seeing the recent dry and hot weather. The teachers he said had worked very hard this year. Miss Kelso at the Alexander school besides winning or. H. Browne a prize for the showing of plants in any i Buu Dubuc amp a r amp it a i classroom was r scholars percentage of prize for Inson at the King George and miss Fawcett at the Park school. The Flowers after the show were cent to the Hospital. Mrs. G. F. Sykes distributed the prizes As follows a bouquets. Alexander school�?1 Marjory Sparks a Nellie Watson 3 Olive Smith 4 Willie a Salter. Central school�?1 Mary Middleton 2 Fusie Thompson 3 Gladys Patterson Park school Kathleen Canty 2 Flora Mckenzie 3 Jack h. Rourke. King George school�?1 Nellie Wil on 2 Pearl Jones 3 Elnora Guittard Ethel Guittard. St. Augustine a school.�?1 Mary me a a Tosh. Assiniboine t. Carris. Boquet of wild roses�?1 Violet Smith Winnie White 3 Iris Mckenzie Boquet of Garden flowers�?1 Nellie Hill. 1 geraniunv�?1 Violet less Alnar. Coquet of wild lilies i Willie Salter Violet Lissaman. Boquet wild Flowers one variety a i Nellie Watson. Boquet wild Flowers for table�?1 Mary Middleton. Boquet mixed wild Flowers open to adults �?1 mrs Thos. Mckenzie. Wreath of mixed wild Nellie Hill 2 Hattie a Farien 3 Muriel dry Sdale. Wreath one variety wild flower�?1 Lawrence Hill 2 Hattie Mcfarlen. Special class for designs�?1 Mary Hicks 2 Dorothy Morris 3 Violet Lissaman. Cross one variety�?1 Alice wadding ten 2 Hannah Mills. Cross of a wild Flowers mixed a i Vivian Beatty 2 Gladys Lang 3 Lizzie Mckenzie. For the Best essay on the life history of any Plant,�?1 Alice wadding ton 2 Wiiilie Lissaman 3 Doris Parks. Alexander school Witte cup the cup for most meritorious showing of any City school in All classes of june native Flowers including bouquets ism a ate ads. A a. A a. Quot a a
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