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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETiiBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SAM SOUNDS A CALL TO Minister of..Militia Stirs Idlings Up in Speech at Vancouver I Viiiicinrvcr, a well at- tended lioi'il 'under tlie aus- pices of Vancouver t.'onsorvalivo rinli tonight, Hon. Sam llunhcs, mill- I is'er of iiiiliUa, declared his views on Hie defence fif l.'auadn and die' Em- I'iii1, mill cnthiiMa.sm niddied a high pjtcli as he put with soldier-like j UUi'itness IJic. jMiKLlJoii- in iiiteruation--! pollhc.vas-viev.Til (ruin tlic stand-' point, of a Can-.idinn t-ahinef. minister, j 'J'lml, t.aitada. nuiyt yd in line with Zealand, .South Alrica and Ans-' (Talia -in with fill) Mother Country'in-the-general sclicinc of de- fnii.-c, anil that G'crinany, from whom (IrjigiT is to be expected, must he t iyuyht that the dominions as ere willi (In-at lirilain in defence, CIIREO OF THIS Edmonton Girl saved By "Fruit-a-tives" HDMONTON, M.TA., Nov. aolh 1911. "I had been a sufferer from babvhorxl with that terrible complaint, Consti- pution. I have been treated by physicians and have titlcelt every medicine that I heard of, but without the slightest benefit; T concluded that there was no cure for this horrible disease, Wnally, I rend of "I'rnit-a-tivei" and decided to try them, and the efl'ect was marvellous. The first box me great relief, j and after I used a few boxes, I found i that I was entirely well. I is the only medicine that ever did me any for Chronic Constipation and I want to say .to all j why suffer any longer when there is a cure iii this gteit fruit medicine" I _ (Miss) E. A.'GOODAfjL. "Fruit-R-tives" is the only remedy in -.__ __ I the world made of trait and tlic onlv C Olf 1 TAAM PCTC I one Hintwill completely and absolutely 1 UUIl UL 1 J 1 cure Constipation. ,5oc a boi. 6 for Jz.so, trial size, axe. At all dealers sent on receipt of-prict by Fruifca-tives Limited, Ottawa. FRONTIER DEFENCE CANADA AND U.S CONFERENCE BE HELD UPON PREMIER BORDEN'S RETURN London, AUK. BIT- minghain Post says a letter re- ct'ived thoro from a responsl- bla autho-rity at bttawa, ex- presses tlie confident belief that negotiations between Ca- nada and -Ihe Unlfod States will ta-ko place after Premier Bordon'g return for an agree- ment governing- frontier de- fence. Such would- require the ass-ant of 'the Imperial Client, imd would in the end benefit the whole Kmpire, while avoiding the opposition of foreign powers, which a direct Anglo-A-mcrican treaty might provoke. .EDMONTON BIGGER'THAN CARNEGIE THINKS ladinoiilon, ..Aug. Edmonton were sentiments by the' a library .it will not, be (Lionel, who declared emphatic-ally thc that is to be thank- liiaf, was -the .'.'lan !o Icani-to'bcar'arins-in I.IL'- Mncc native laird and the l-jrii- P'.l'e. lie had scathing rumaiks to luakc bT-'Uip'loynirsf who .cheered refused to be trained, and ho dplarcd thai, untrained loyalists wi-re n menace to the country. pooh-pooh Ike idea that this country will ever he invaded. Gen- Vicmen, never underestimate your. ii-rs, niqro'jmlik'cly' things hare jiap- f organization last iflghl hands o-f the whole' nego- tiations, "wltii ..j-'the and placg.ll. tlle'j.diii'pcsal at .the discretion, of- Gcimniis- siorier Harris'oth ha The whole trouble is that Carnegie is based .his'.offer on the niinion.-oensns -while the recent civic census -gives1 Edmon- ton The library board has re- commended that Carnegie's gold be fused with thanks, and that.the-citl- zens erect a much more pretentious institution themselves. BIG INDUSTRY BY PROVIDING AN AND DOLLAR SITE POWER SuKltflloon, Aug. a vote of 71-b to 34, Saskatoon ratepayers todaj passed a'bylaw, makiiiR-an-agreemeu .with the Company, uh rfef which' the latter 'will locate .its "Western Canada volant' :in: Saskatoon The" city 'gives to .purchase-a site, fixed assessment, anil a rat'e of 1% cents a kilowatt for power, less as the cost may be'shown. The company will operate' the preserit plant of the Saskatoon Milling Com- pany, and erect a new oatmeal.mill, agreeing to employ 80 to 100 hands. The vote was the largest -ever record- ed at-a municipal poll in -the city.--- ortant Notice! To fill Householders of lethbridge householder, lodging, house keeper, and property owner m earnestly requested to aid the Committee on Entertaiiir and-Accommodation Seventh- Iriternatioiial. -Dry-Farm-" C'oiigress by AT ONCE sending- in a list of .rooms they have avail- able 26th "they fein' care space.on. lavn available for.tents, number of oots they can1 raise'tents .or occupy spare rooms an'd such infor- mation .as. to. .meals they can serve or iiofc, p.artic-. nearness of house restaurant, access- ibilir.y to street'car line, etc., as they believe will help in arranging the of the 'visitors-. __ ;j'E very one. in Jjethb ridge slijOuRdo soinethingj.it. will be necessary iii order to cafe for the throngs''expected. -Your co-operation iii will relieve.the congestion that is encourage '-The Gommiptefe desires, to list at' once 2000 rooms. Fill out the attached-blank n'iajl, and write in M. letter .iccojiipanying it any further 'Information, that will aid the clerks in tahulatmg these 'replies a, system a, tic method- of-ap.pgr- tionhig delegates and Visitors. Your suggestion regarding rales for lodging and meals will be appreciated but for your further information we might say that it is the intention of the Leth- bridge Boatd of Control in the near future to consider uniform rates for accom- modations. V H. J. GOODE, a Accomniodatioii Goi-iimifcteo, DASHED OVER MOUNTAIN LEDGE Wonderful Escape From .Death of Col. Walker's Son pulgary, Aug. Walker, son of Col. Walker, in charge ol' an ex- ploratioil partv of fourteen at Storm Mountain, had a remarkable escape from deatil. While descending the south shoulder, of the mountain from the. .summit, the party was moving along 'Ihe X'iigo ot a shelf ot rock. Hero, through some unaccountable res sqn.'Wnlkcr slipped and fell, and will: out was dashed over the lodge to' the rocks below, about 50 feet'" Striking the rocks af, tho foot of the shelf he over the rocky slope for. .a distance of nearly 200 eet, when his rolling fall check- ed by a boulder less than 100 Teet from with H sheer drop of sev- eral himdred feet When the unfortunate man was cached by two experienced mountain- he was found unconscious, his Nothing was torn-into strips and ho profusely from a score f scratches and wounds. The well Hied ruck sack on his back probably aved -Walker's life, together with the resehce of mind he displayed to al- his body to become limp, instead The House of Comfort BIJOU THEATRE U. H. UHL, SOLE MANAGER clear as a bell "PATHIE'S WEEKLY No. 28 UliBlaud, showing King OTOIRC KI'PMI "o d dctaclunent ol the rmy parading in 'Varsity race on "YOU REMEMBER ELLEN" Adopted from the I'oom by Ihoinas llooie fintlio Pi eduction made In Iieland. "HOW STATES ARE MADE" One or.Vitlgraphs western pictuieb thrilling See (he gre.it uce. ExdlmJ, "THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS" See Those Funny Little Comedianj Matinee dally at 2 p.m. A Grand Three-piece Orchestra- Evening 7. 33 ENGLISH HARVEST MUCH DELAYED f rigid in the process of rolling. Eye itnesses -state that Walker's body oundert. five aiid six feet in the air s he rolled over the slope. STIMATING THE CROP YIELD NCOURAGING REPORT GATHER. ED FROM THE WEST BY A WINNIPEG PAPER Winnipeg, Aug. is the ea that inns through per cent, of the reports received by' the Tele- gram from its western correspondents m answer to a query sent out last night as to crop conditions. .A-most feature of the re- ports is the remarkable progress made during tlie last two weeks. The grain filling well and is now turn- ing color. Barley hirvest starting at most points, i Fall wheat ill Alberta is large- ly in .'the slfock an'd odd fields of spring wheat are already down. Harvest will be general from Aug- ust tenth to August twenty-fourth. In the .majority of places August 15 is given 'as the start. This is early. This means with, average harvest weather: that the' great bulk of the crop will be of the contract grade. Should 'the west produce bushels of-hard there seems every possibility it will, it means that its season's crop will be' the dominat- ing fa'ctor in the world's Exact estimate of acreage and yield are, not possible, but taking the figures of the Federal Department .of Agricul- ture "as a basis aand working out percentages of increase and decrease FARMERS SIT WITH FOLDE ARMS WAITING FOR RAIN TO London, Aug. an extensiv area of the British .isles, the harvcs prospect is, assuming a .very seriou aspect, in consequence of the of the weather which has now been o a more .or less unfavorable -type sinci the advent of June. A year ago the country had a summer of intense heal and dryness which enabled farmers to complete their harvesting operations Koine weeks earlier .than usual. This season thsy have to sit with folded arms waiting [or a cessation of all but daily rainstorm's. Official, statistics show that in the nine weeks from .the beginning oi .June tlic frequency of rain has be'en unusu- ally great over nearly the whole ol the United. Kingdom, while the .total quantity''of the water which has fall- en is largely in excess of normal. Within the last, few days the rain storms have Increased in intensity and falls of one inch a day are rather common. .Sonietimes the amounts have exceeded'two'inches. Unfortun- ately there is np prospect of an im- provement in conditions. In acreage from former crop reports they are as follows: 3 per cent, de- crease: Saskatchewan, increase 10 per cent; Alberta increaso 15 per cent. Basing crop yields at 21 bushels for for oats, 25 for barley and 1214' for flax, the total yields would be: Wheat Oats NO ALTERATION IN m. GRADE STATEMENTS. MADE BY THE WIN :I3TER OF RAILWAYS AND G T. P. PRESIDENT Aug. ,J. Ch'ambei lain of the Grand Trunk Pacific atat that negotiations are pending be tween the government and the com pany with'regard to the latter exec'ut ing a permanent lease Of that portion of the ,Hne between, Winnipeg ant Lake Superior Junction, kncnvu as Dis trlct '12. Regarding the contract be tween the government and the G. T. P relative to the transcontinental soc tion between Moncton and Winnipeg this portion os ,not yet completed There is considerable work to be per formed on Winnipeg Come Come Along 2 Along Pure Unadulter-: cited Enjoy- ment. ROYAL ASCOT A ItOAD AGENT'S L-UVE Photo Play P KKSOXALLY CONDUCTED A Scenic Comedy, Embracing a trip to MKS. SIMMS SERVES oil (he JUJRV. A Howling 'Avalanche- of Riotous Fun. THIS IS POSITIVELY THE.GREATEST PROGRAM EVER OFFERED HERE BUSINESS MAN HAD FATAL FALL MSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) RAGIC DEATH OF FORMER Me- CLARY GO.'S MANAGER AT- WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. William riscoil, former Winnipeg manager the McClarv Manufacturing com- tarley............ and other work to be finished before the terms of the contract are complied with. As to the Springfield or Transcona shops, Major Leonard chairman of the Transcontinental railway commission, has decided that the shops are not part of .the contract. This the railway fill out AT ONCE and mill to the Internitionil Dry-Farming Congress, Royal Bank Building, Number of rooms available ....Number of beds ill same How many single beds How many double beds' Could you place extra cots, if supplied If so, how many Nuniber of people you could take care of ____ Would you place tents on your lawn, if, considered necessary..... ____ Is so. how many Would you furnish breakfast for visitors Would you care to furnish other meals., Suggested price of lodging Suggested price ot meals Nearest car line or lines .Distance from depot Further particulars Phone No. .-....'___................... LIBERAL WHIP TOGETPEERAGE MASTER OF ELIBANK'S TO ASQUITH GOVERNMENT TO BE RECOGNIZED London, Aug. !is positively stated that Hem. Alexandra Oliphant master of Elibc.uk and -eldest son and heir of Lord Elibank, the Scottish poor, is about to have a peer- age of the United Kingdom conferred J upon him. The master of Elibank was promoted in 19l6 from the inn secretaryship of state for India to parliamentary secretary of .the.treas- ury, the principal duty of this post being to act ay chief government wlilp. His remariiable success in the last two years and particularly his efforts to save the government -from defeat on a snap division during the inter- minable committee stage of the Home Rule hill, have rendered his promotion to cabinet rank merely a matter of flic first vacnncy which crsn occur. His name has been in connoc- "Royal Aicot" at Sturlund Toda) Starland another thoes sterling features for which the- Star- land Companv are famed, ivill be pre- sented .In the offering of "Royal ;A8cofc. and the Ascot Races Theae pictures, were shown last week In "Winnipeg .to capacity business, and were adjudged. _ to his death tragically tl) the motion photography is evening in attempting to hoard j ever secured of their: Royal Majesties, street car at the corner 'of Main The King and Queen aie shown at ti'ect and St. John, avenue. close range at the gieat society event In order to-get on side to J and every race is shown with, get on hoard, Mr Dmcoll lan Trout of tlie car, whicli was n.oving at the time. In of the car he and [ractured his skull ONTARIO BOY'S DEATH _ wonderful cleainess In addition to this banner feature, another of I great Billy" ,eu- Htled, "A. Ro.id be shonn, the pro-duction being siibly the seen here On the program will also be found two of the most laughable of the season. TO HELP FARMERS Hon. Frank .Cochrane, Minister, of Railway, ''denied that "there had" been a change in the grade National Transcontinental railway, whatever al- tera'tion-3 have been made are with re- gard to bridges, making them temper- anouncement of, the Canadian Pac- ary fit for the purpose of the Hallway, an agricultural special section between Winnipeg and Coch- j train, similar to that -which recently Found Dead.on His Homestead in the Weyburn Country Weyburu, Bask., Aus. McWilliunis, a homesteader, n .few miles south of Paughmin, Sask., was found dead early Monday .morning, at Iiis farm. It looked as though the man had fallen 'from the rig' and 'got entangled in the wheel, whereat, the liors-ss became frightened, and drag- ged -his -master along a joung man of and of marked ability iii business and sport. At eighteen be -was con- the atai of the Toronto j Giatii Lake, Vug 6 rural Tecumsehs'hockey team Hw brought-1 municipality ejection took place on. lis fame to the West, leading the iast, the or against the formation o! MunicipaJih The img uas very light as manv of the [farmers this-.district .dirin't'lniow that the elccfion uab on, they, been busy Theie wera polls in thib municipality Edmonton, Aug.- to as follow, s MUNICIPALITY WILL BE FORMED FARMERS AROUND GRASSY LAKE ARE STRONG. FOR ZATION Weyburn boys many times to victory McWiiliams VlcWilliams, -ot aine years ago. s the son cl Dr. J. Dundalk. hie brother Bethune j Grassj Lake Agamsil 0 rane into operation in time to in the handling of this year's crop. PLEADED GUILTY TO FORGING CHECK complot.ad a trip through Manitoba, will be-rim in Alliorta, as.soon as ar- rangements can lie made. WESTERN UNIVERSITY STAFF JOS. E. 3RETON APPEARED. BE FORE JUDGE ARRAIGNMENTS London, Onl., Aug. a meet- i ing of the Board of Governors of the j University, it was decided that the recommendation of .Prof. Hill, director of the institute of piib- j Ijc health, to aopomt Pi of Slack, ot j New York, as professor of chemistry, jam! Professor Tiddler, of Hamilton, as professor of bacteriology and path- tion with the eovornoi' Africa, bin it is semi-officially intimated thai sucriyaioii of Viscount Gladstone in that cilico in n 1 aa already been teUlod. TliB following arraignments came ology: to the staff of the Institution before Judge Winter ai a sitting of j ------------________ t.'ie District Court this morning: vs. Edward is charged with pleaded not Sheibuinc Fettlg 5 0 Puinlc Springs, 13 0 Collet Sci-oolLouse 5 0 Hudson Scf.oolhoubc 8 0 1 lie voting is stiongly in favor the establishing of 'a rounicipahtj in this district, 10 hefore long may expect aii election'- of '.officeii, SIR WILLIAM GOING TO ENGLANO guiHy. He will .be tried August H. Rex vs. Joseph E." ut-1 tcriiiR a forged chenue; Ho pleaded! guiHy. .Sentence Rex vs. with com-' mltting an unnatural -offence. His trial was. fixed for August M. WAIT UNTIL BOROEN'S RETURN London, Aug. Daily Chron icle says that the question of an offl clnl visit of the British Cabinet, to Canada stands over until Premier Borden's return. If this be true, it cannot take place until September at tho earliest. PRINTER'S SON DROWNED fit. John, N, H., Aug. old Roy McQuillan; son, of Bernard McQuillan, printer, was found drown- fid in Kennedy's slip hsre late to- nlglii. It is supposed'lie had fallen off a scow on which he was playliig. SENATOR TO SUILD ANOTHER THEATRE Cnlsnry, Aug. announced tonight he -woalti build another vfiudevlllfi house -for Calgary, The building will cost- In the neighborhood of mid will house the Sullivan and Considlne at- tractions. Toronto, Aug. order to the operation of the Workmen's Co'm- nensatiou in England,