Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ann, 7, Tin: LUTinwwGE DAILY EDITED BY "INO1" Office Phone 1224. Residence Phono: 1157 postponed ii'Iit next Bounty K truth, tnidi beauty The social wliicli liujfn linen that is iill wkiinw mi carlll, and liy l So- all ivc need lo liblily oi ]'ntrick's .church lo- morrow ind Mis I) .1. Whitney are! till sni Fpcndiiif; a couple of weeks at HaulT. of Mte inckMiient weather. Tiie exact Ulate will lie given lalc'r Mr. iuid Mrs. Doniuiii j tills afieriiiioii for i three weeks' trip lo Ihe u :ist ;inii Lakes. Si.. Mary's Silliilay treat took place ion Saturday last. A sliort, service Miss 1 Hi in I hum is, of Prank, Al-'wns lield in tlic church at 12.30 p.m. licrla. i.' iisiluii, it tiie home of and afterwards, as the weather kept flu s ii Do ell for a few weeks, laees were run on the nrnirif- 'near Adams Park, after which a sub- Mr, and .Mrs. X. II. I'l-iit have re- slantial tea was served in Rediag's turned from an extended trip lo the iiall, where Raines were played till fOH THE HAT .Medlellio filil, A lie. wns a Hplulter In real estate 'hero hint week, -MayoV S. C. YOIIIIK. of Korl. Wlllliun, Ontario, who IB nuld Ins in clone? rolatioim with tho C. I'. IxiitKht 1100 liitti In lllvordalc, the pnrehiiKG prlco. totalling SMji.ooo. This deal 'gives ciicoiiriijj'enicnt to the opinion Hint tliti C. P. Ii.' shops arn coming V OPPORTUNITIES FOR TRADE y IN THE CHINESE MARKETS J, B, Jackson, Canadian Trade Commissioner at Shanghai Speaks'of Commercial Possibili- ties in the Orient J. H. of the trade Canadian Shanghai, (Jhiim, is spendiiiR u iln.vs in ''Hi paaied hy iV.rs.' '.Jacksoii two childi'en.l and are.' Lumber Business Another' trade which Canadians should build, up within the next few years is' THOUGHT IT WAS CANCER is ai'eoin- th'c and their i wiili tin. Jackson's sister, Miss'Tiliiey. Mr. Jackson was forml to come liomc to Mrs. I.Stales supply of r'oagh Intnlier is be- ing rapidly and I lo .see the Chinese demand supplied from BIGAMIST aims lie Is Relation ol' (JitiKuhr's (loveniof n oral Savannah, Oa., Aug. hc'j jug regarding the general trade conili the .Canadians should endeavor to Cured By "Fniit-a-flnes" SYDNKY MINKS, N.S., Jan. 35th, 1910, "For many years, i suffered from Indigestion (ind Dyspepsia. ,Two years 1 was so bad Unit I vomited food constantly I lost 25 pounds in weight. I was afraid the disease was Cancer, but medicine gave only temporary relief. .v 1 read about tin; lunrl-er; trade. Most of I cures this wonderful'fruit medicine .wax' mi "iremmi ti ill he-iilli -.nrt I wltHin1 the next five years, .'iinatm on tietuuni; ..ui- ni-nciuui, aim __ t.-jat At lit should vprove' ii vcrv profitable lor f20o tnal At deal decided to try iti After "Fruit-a-lives" has cured me when every other treatment failed mid. I reverently say ''Thank'God for 'Frmt-a- tivesv KpwiN "I'niit-.i-lives" is sold at 500. box, 6 will proceed shortly 'to pmario, to i his old honie in Oxford County. Speaking the Herald this moni- tradc. .Markets Tin.1 Chinaman dearly loves fi.sli, and east, and will .he at Ihird Avenue. home at 1331 ins a wife and sou in i'ittsburg, 1'u., tions in Mr. Jackson .stated md n wife of three months here, Is j that so trade is charged against Ward Allen Hawkins j concerned. H 'sc-cineiV In hi> growing, jiht-n distributed. Tim Uev. C. M. in a short address, impress Or. and-Mrs. A. M. (iraee; oi-Me-.'ed upon the nu-mber.s of the Sundaj diuinc li.it. spent the wfi-k-t-ncl nl the school llio necessity of regular at- home ot Mrs. Grace's mother, Mrs. tendance and conscientious effort J. 11. Wallace. I heir work. They wuro budding mi Vis I dc (lf and Mr: J.' W. future church and would form congregation of St. Jni i lud _s tlinr vpok-cml guests Mary's. Although' young, by striv- Mi nd Mis J MacDonald, of irtf -to do right, they could M iI'ine- liui Sti uhi o innonnee the en- rthe votes cast on Friday for pagenient of their Anna, proposition placed befo Chrislcua to Mr. George Ship iNOTHING NEW IN (Special, to ..TlioM-Ierald.') B. C, Aug. fP6weli'aii'd ail the other menibcra'c! the district executive board are he iii special fecssioi'i toffay, but it .iilias (.'harlbs Allen Grey. 1 -V was arrested here toddy on a bigamy war- rant sworn out by relatives of his .Savann.'ih wife. Ilawkins was coloi sWgeiint in the -Uh Artillery corps until May, when he wns mustered out the troops wen; in Texas, lie .says he is a relative of Earl Grey, former Governor-General of Canada. His home was iii Mount Pleasant, Pa. MINE OPERATORS WAITING REPLY although 'slowly, reasons why the growth of Canada's trade there- IIP, slow. When you take into 'consideration that (here, are- more, than one hundred million people in China who hardly know week where their. rc-: of .is lo'come from cater to the'.demaiid.in China. Salted herring from the Columbia coast, find u in Chinese markets. It can In: sold there at about forty Ion, and the Chinese liuy it readily at six cents per pound. 'Last year .there was not iicorly large injough-'a supply to meet the demand, but-''.I Uiiuk .the mei> clifintif? on the cbast-'sliould take the matter as "the traile is a very or, from I- ruit-a-tives Limited, Ottaw it r.m hardly .lie'.wondered at. China .'profitable pr.e. presents many problems alir.nst in-j Trade' growing conceivable to the average .American, i Taking uverytniiig-. into eoiisideiM- Ili.ivjll many j lion think Canada's trade with lions of people, this account China is--growing- well indeed, 11J1U1J KIUUI1U1I Ul luu JUHIiimiu they are very mfilions of them Our .exports. to; Chinii .in the past cou- of Carnarvon, home of the ancient Welsh chiefs. The film is Speaking to P. L. Naismith, gener- al manager of the A. H. 1., this inoniiiig, he slated, that s'o far as he know there has been no change, in the strike situation from the standpo nt of the operators, during the past opupln ot" weeks. No reply has been from Ottawa in answer to heir letter in which they stated to f.c Minister of Labor that the'oner- his itors were willi..B to accept the m it by hand, and threshing it hy hand over the not likely that an official canvass hi S ri jf roumtn, son of Mr. Ois Cium mnnlnn, fornierlv n muse t kL her S'towarti; of 1-M- locals by the efectiti resiiM of the findings the Conciliation Board will be mad Unofficial reports from outside pqin The executive and niemburs of the Woman's' Tivic Ciub were hostesses of iin informal tea .Saturday after- noon in honor of Ihe Ladies of the Great" Kails party. The Stfalhfoy. The indicate that the so-Cfillcd inajori plie6 in Septr.m-l Ulf! ed down by a most decisive vole, tin refuting the opinion that a secret 'ha lot. would result in a majority o the: men voting to accept the fin< ings as signed hy Dr. 'Gordon iiualified by Maclcod; scnihly hall of the Y.M.C.A. was I PpADf A evpn more attrnctivp than usual, THE CITY BAND wii.li its decorations Of American and Canadian Hags, whose brilliant col- ors with the daintiness of the lahiK over winch Mrs. K. A. Sharman. Mrs. .1. D. Higinbotliaiir a id Mrs. fiifiord presided. One noticeable feature of the after- noon was the .pleasing solo of Miss Klaine Conybe.nre, accompanied by I her .sister, Miss Conybeare. The Vis- itors seemed much Impressed by the hospitality they received while, in the city, expressed their desire to return I the romplimeut to the ladies oi Leth- I bridge at some future date. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Great lor Breaklast" A started on Cowan's Cocoa is day with a clear head and a steady a day full of snap and life. Cocoa nourishes the body. It is rich in food value and easy to digest On account of the very unsatiafac iory conditions existing in band ma ters in the city the management o tho ciiy band, composed of a con mitiee of Messrs. Eckstorm, Robinso and Monk, called a meeting yeate day afternoon in the labor temple tt -discuss with the musicians of the cits plans for the reorganization of th Lethbridgo city hand. Nearly five musicians were after an informal'discussion whicl brought out the various troubles ex isting between the tuitions, a com mittee composed of Mr. Chapelle and Ksyniond Van Heck was appointed ti draft a constitution and'bylaws for a new orgnnizntion, in which all the musicians of the city will be Include! if possible. This committee will re port within a few days, .when steps will .be token to sign up a city band which will be a credit to'the city Mr. Cekstorm IB. negotiating-with one of the best leaders oi the west, who is now considering whether or not he -will come Micro. If this gentleman can he sec'.ired, Lotlibridge will be assured of one cf the best bands In Canada. v 5TRATKCONA WILL WELCOME CONNAUGHT Ottawa, Aug. is learn-. v f-cl that Lord Stratchona pro- poses to bo present and In- tends to take part In the wel-. como of the Duke of .Con: naught when he arrives in. Canada in October. StrAthconn, it Is not resign his commission-' orshlji in London until that: dnto. A 'B brity award. When the answer be depai'linent is received .s quite likely that the operators wi told -another meeting at .which the an their future line oi actioi 1'hc operators consider evidently tha .hey have lined up to their promise rl from what can be learned wi nake no further concessions to t! union. A.s for the vote taken by tli mfnsrs 011 Friday they do not tak that seriously, considering it more o a blind to catch the public scntimen anything else. The 0. P.- n. are active al, the -A crsyde end of the Carmnngay branch About one hundred men are at worl there now, unloading material for tbi connecting link between Aldersydi and Curmangay. A track laying ma chine is at. work about one and on< half miles south of Aldersyde, and I. Is quite possible that the fifty miles between these tivo points will be lal( this fall. Harris and Olson are send ing out 50 men today to work on the track laying crew. ARBITRATION TREATIES ARE BEFORE THE U. S. SENATE Washington, Aug. is being brought to bear on the senate la.act favorably on treaties recently signed between the United States intl Great Britain, and France. The only hitch appeared at the present time is the fear of tho senate that some of its treaty making preroga- ves may be endangered by the new conventions. This is denied by Sec- retary of State Knox. ALDERSYDE LINE BEING RUSHED A, Olson returned on Saturday from Jalgary whore he spent a few days aat week. Mr. Olson drovo from to Nan ton, and says that the ountry all along the line has had a ,reat deal of rain although tho crops o not appear to he hurt in any wcy. 'hero has been no cutting done north f Macleod, but many fields will, be ijidy to harvest just as soon as the in FINE WINTER WHEAT D. B. McEweii has just returned rom Magrath where he delivered a 'ichola nnd Shopard threshehr to C. Wymmi. He says that Mr. Wymaii :ia on his farm, six miles south of lagrath fifteen hundred acres of as no winter wheat an one could wish see. It will yield between 35 and hnshfilR the acre. PRINCE OF WALES AT 8TARLAND There is something doing all the time at Starlaud. Tho management have secured for tonight and tomor- row a most Interesting picture of the ceremonies oE the investiture of' t'.ie 1'rlnce of Wales, the most important event of the new reign, exceeding greatly in dramatic proceedings even tho coronation pictures, as a previous Investiture has not taken nlace since 12S-1. The ceremony was performed on the lovely grounds of tho romantic L cou-; beinit on the point oi_staryirig all of years having. ..'increased over time, j three millions of dollars. There is a j clear and distinct, showing actual Trade. prejudice among 'the Chinese mcr- and close views of the ceremonies. putting on the robes, etc., appearance in public of their Majesties and dig- nitaries, and a close view of the Prince of .Wales; in short, one of the greatest topical pictures ever made. Much credit is due to Starland Ltd. for their (iiiiekness in securing these pictures, the event having taken place on the 13th of July last, and as a souvenir picture this production wilt be of greater value and much more sought after throughout the whole world than the reproduction of the funeral of the late Ed- ward VII. This monster attraction will be supported by tlic usual change _, niid-weelc las secured the Indianapolis auto race pictures. RECIPROCITY WILL BRING That reciprocity will pass li'tfcf hope of hundred B of in United Slates who are thinking investing their money and coming 4o live In Canada. A gentleman" Guney from Iowa has been In th.6 city several1 days looking over the 'land situation In this district after baying spent similar times at 'Edmonton ami Calgary. lie is spying out the coun- try on behalf of a largo company that has been formed with a capital "of of which te'.Jn U. S. gold bonds and the other half paid up capital. Pour hundred and fifty Iowa fanners arc in the company and they are coining to Alberta this fall to look over the country, with an eye to buy- ing land and settling here. The deals will be made through the company in Ich they arc stockholders. The company will Invest solely in Alberta nnd upon the report oE Mr. Cuney will Jetermine what part of the province their large capital will be invested In, 1'hc stockholders are very anxious to liave the reciprocity pact come Into 'orco as they consider that in- crease the value of the land they Topoee to buy. If then tlic Canadian trade in China 'rliants. againsl trading with Canada. is to increase-it.must-he .are of the opin'ion that Canada iine; of-the-cheaper: articles oi food.ldoes not deal justly with .their peo- The wheat is beginning to j pie in.imposing a brad lax on grow. The reason for this is that the Chinamen coming into this country, "Jhinnse is of such a miserable j and it. is n hard nvittcr to explain that ii is next to impossible to make flour from if.. One quarter of an is the ordinary sizo of a irm in China. Here the Chinaman the edge of a tub. The best of to them the reason. Chinese Servants There -is- one thing which the gov- ernment of this country might do wt'Ii to consider in connection with this problem. The Chinese boys makefile, vcry best of house servants, and- in order to supply the demand wheat is used for milling, and the here It might'he well if numbers oi culled Rtuft, is sown the next year for selected Chinese hoys were allowed of photoplays. For the 'This has caused the wheat come into Canada without paying j change Manager Willis In become poorer poorer every year Uic bead tax! Of course, it would he, for milling, so that now n great deal n hard matter to adjust, but if of American wheat has'.to he used in could be done T think it would .solve making flour. Of'couVsc, all the" Mr- a great problem over here. The house eign population uses the best Cana- servants consider themselves a little dian nnd American Hour, but as yet this trade is smalt. I think the time will .soon come when Cana- dian flour will go for the supply of the Hong Kong trade and the poorer rli can be sold much cheap Told fbri: the Chinese quality, er, will trade. I believe that very few of them, if properly, handled, would go into, the laundries. They work for about eight or ten dollars of our per month, so that they would he wel- comed in Canada if the matter could be properly handled." LITTLE BOY WAS KILLED BY LIGHTNING TO ENTERTAIN OHIO EDITORS Board of Trade to Ban quet Party Here Whole Day Tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock a party composed of nearly one Mm- lown nnd instantly killed by light-1 fifty Ohio editors will ar- Medicine Hat, Aug. his nother and little sisters and Brother itood beside Inn-, Adam Fisher, the year old son and Krs. J. Fisher, oi Josephburg, was struck AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT, Willnrd .Mack's play of ranch life, "In will be seen here at better than the ordinary, coolies, and tlle Majestic theatre tonight. The production nnd company are snid to .he of the host, tho scenery having been painted by 0. W. Wegner, who is a brother of the famous landscape painter, and is as well hno'ivn-'in his Own line of work as his celebrated brother. The cycloiyima, that is In the first act of "In Willard Mack- play of life in the west, which will, he seen here this evening, was painted hy the 'well known scenic artist, 0. W. Wesner. This drop represents weeks of patient, and tiring work; it is seventy-five feet wide and forms the background of the Dalby ranch, and shows in the distance, miles away, the snow-capped Big Horn Mountains with the sandy, cactus- grown plain In the foreground. S. F. McKINNON DEAD Toronto. Aug. was recetv- fid here tonight of tho death of S. !F. McKhinon in London, Eng. .Mr. Sid-' noy McKinnon Milles, of Winnipeg, is a grandson. Deceased was trav- eling in Europe for his health. Mr. McKinnon was a member of the well- known firm of S. F. MeKinuon and Company. '_ DRUNKEN SWEDE TRIED TO COMMIT SUICIDE Calgary, Aug. -Martin Christian- sen. a Swede, crazed with liquor; tried to commit suicide In a police station cell Saturday night. ;He used his shirt as hang himself. noose to The. night .turnkey discovered him in tho niche ,of-tlme: After being manacled he savagely at- tacked his thrpat with the-irons.and his hands had to be tied behind" ''his back. Now that he is sober .Chris- tiansen Is sorry. ing on Wednesday afternoon last. The hoy will] his little sisters and rnlhcrs M-erc plnying in the room "hiln the mother sr.t on n chair near y nursing her two months' old babe. rive in the city in their special train in which they .have toured Canada. They will be met at the station by ;i delegation from the Board of Trade, and will 'he decorated there with Exp- ropriate buttons, badges nnd other The i'our children bad been playing I holiday regalia. Until -t.ofl the party the yard, but when the thunder tot'in Came tip Hie mother called iicm into the 'bouse. They contimieil icir play in the kitchen totally un- ware of the dangers and the havoc mt the lightning could wreck. Suddenly there was a, deafening re.- ort which was followed closely hy ci errible noise like the ripping cards, the children all went to nisi the window to see t'li oisc was. but before little eigh ;ar old Adam could move, he was down where lie stood on th. N WAY TO RESCUE RAN ON A ROCK Halifax, M. S. Corn- all while on, her way to tow the inadfnn cruiser Xiphe to Halifax n dn a rook and became stranded a miles from the Xtobe on Sable island. She did. not sustain aw ser- ious 'damjiRc. AMERICAN COAL IS A TON CHEAPER The reduced freight rates on coal coming to the Western -fr provinces have gone into ef- feet. The rate on coal from Fort William to Lethbridge now is a ion; previously it WBS Today tho duty on American coal lo removed and will stay off until two weeks after work Is resumed at the mines. This makes a further reduction of 45 cents a ton on coal brought from across tho line. rbc conducted about tho city in- specting the various points of inter- est, after which tf heir train will he taken out to the fair grounds the party will' be banquottod by the local Board of Trade and the news- papermen of the city. President G. Jl. Match of the Board of Trade will preside at the luncheon, nnd the pariy will bo -welcomed by speeches by A. Buchanan, L.. S. Gowe, 11. H. Elton C. F. P. Conybeare and others. On returning to the city the gentle- men of the party will be entertained in the evening at. the Chinook Club at an informal smoker. There arc about fifty ladies in the parfv, who will be ably looked after by the Wo- men's Civic Club of the Board of i Trade. The Wednesday morning program hBs not yet -been fixed on account j of the uncertain weather, but if pop- i sible Ihe party will be taken to tha country for a tour of some of the large farms of the Lethbridge dis- trict. Altogether tho excursion will he In Lethbridge for a whole leaving on afternoon at two o'clock. CHOLERA IN ITALY Chlaezo, Switzerland. Aug. of- icial of the. Itnlinn government on the cholera situation shows that 'roth July 27 to July 31 inclusive there vftre throughout the kingdom of Italy S02 cases and 319 deaths. GREAT REVIEW OF GERMAN WAR VESSELS Berlin, Aug. is an- nounced that on September a at Kiel, the Kateer will review the greatest array of German vessels of war ever assembled. The fleet will comprise l-IO vessels of ail classes and the number of men in their crews will approximate GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug.. opened 100, closed 100 1-2; Dec. opened 98 .-2, closed 99 3-4; May opened 103 5-S, closed 103 3-1. Oats opened 38 1-8, closed 38 1-2. Dec. opened 38 1-1, closed 38 1-2. Flax, Oct. closed 1.03. Cash prices, Nor. 101 1-4; 2 Nor. 88 1-2; 3 Nor., 97 1-4; No. 4, SO 1-4; Xo. a, 81; No. G, 73. Feed K2. Uats. No. 2 C.W. 3ft 1-2; Barley No'; 3 1-2; Flax 1 N.W., 2.05. American markets, Minneapolis Sept. opened 104 1-2, closed 105 1-2; Dec.-opened 106.3-4, closed May opened 110 5-S, closed 109 5-S. opened 93, cloVed 3-S; Dec. opened 97 1-4, closed 97 1-2; May opened 102 1-2, closed. 103. 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