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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIBC.13 DAILY HERALD Saturday, August. 10, 1015. Oiir plant is open for your inspection at any time. Welcome is the word at John Gilmore's Bakery, Phone 378 and our wagon will leave you a sample loaf of BREAD This hot weather, yen ought to Biake'surc of "enough to gc round." 7 the soup is stew is or the hash lias aot "held prt assantncs of full plates for A3c. package aili'.crt to aitycf and bailed or simmered with them' for bnlf an lictir, rcak-s "a ''lliickcnt-r" of the "jwst- what-wafrwanted" kind. Tfic more Eiln-ntds' Soups used this I'M hours of hot work- ihc stove. nre cool cooking and 5c, a Package Tsry itiMpemtvc nnd In isc. tin's. Edward? ficxifaitnf Soaps are made tn three -r Protr Tontnio and While. The Brown variety is a tfiiek, .nourishing soufi, prefo cdfiom frcshbcrfandftfsh I A tve-efafitcs The otit't WU H. ESCOTT CO..-WINNIPEG Representative for Sask- atcnewan and Aloena BURY ON THE CROPS AVinnipeg, APR. fcurr of the C. P'. R. returned today from a flytn gtrip lo Culgary where lie was much plewert with the pro- gress on the new car shops. He found the country prosperous and crop prospects excellent. CIVIC CENTRE FOR EDMONTON MINNEAPOLIS .FIRM WILL SUG- GEST THE BEST BEAUTIFUL CAPITAL CITY Edmonton. Aug. and Xtcnolls, of Minneapolis, have rerained by the municipality to inake a report as to the best plan tor de- veloping: a civic-centre and a system oi' parka, boulevards and drives iu Kdnionton. The project Involves the expenditure of several million dollars. Representatives of the flwn will visit the city in a few weeks to look over the ground and "examine the ten- tative plans outlined by superintend- ent'of parks anil prepare a definite schema and report early next Jan- uary. .The park oommisBipnfeTs and Pan! A. von Auberg, superintendent of parka, recommended the encasement of the Minneapolis experts In civic planning, tlie latter saying he did not have the time himself to go thorough- ly into the work. Alderman Lund> voiced the general'sentlniflni'in these words: 'It Edmonton is to have a parks svstem we must Inke an initmtlye stop; if we have.no fixed plans, mon- ey-'.will-.be spent each year in a-hap: hazard way and wo will lose the con- tinuity, of system. Mr. Auberg told the council that he was heartily in favor of the scheme saying lie is of opinion that outside advice -would'have more influence with the ratepayers when they came to be asked to vote on-the proposition. A LONG TRAIN In Pennsylvania Over a Mile and a Quarter -in Length Aug. in thfr history of railroading are the tre- mendous trains that have within the past' week been made up on the Le- lilgh Valley railway Yesterday a new record was made when'a train 6E 333 coal cars moved westward from the Perth Amboy decks for the Manhpuing yards where they will'be distributed to the min-ea The train was 70QO feet long or more than a mile and a quarter, and was dra'wn by two locomotives, a tmra pushing. Geo. L.. Oill. manager of the St. Thomas light, heat and power ser- has resigned. The feas -'rani company incorpora- tions net. the Dominion government ahout a.month. MISS ANNE MORGAN BEGINS RELIGIOUS WORK IN PARIS Proaching of American Millionaire'! Daughter Keeps Many Pertoni Away from Gay Placet Paris, Aug. Anne Morgan, .daughter of J. Herpoint Morgan, has suspended her artistic receptions nnd IIHS retired, so to speak, in ardor to open a campaign of ChristianUy at M-ontmartre. Last Sunday evening the opeufiiK sermon of h'er miss'i'n, under the auspices of the British-Am- erican Young Women's Christiai ;is- soclatlon. Where Miss .Morgan preached is within a stone's throw of the Rat the'Mouliii Rouge, the and the optical illusion, known as heaven, hell and purgatory. U is unt positively stated that she means to convert the habitues of'..tinese places from the error of their ways, biU if is known'she draws people away li-om them. RADICAL LEGISLATION IN NEW ZEALAND London, Aug. High'. Com- missioner for New Zealand in London states that.a bill.is. to be Introduced there this session providing acquisition for settlement pur- poses by! settling such, land on the deferred-payment system.. The ballot system will he1 amended in order to check speculation There "will alio be c'quipulaory" purchase of land, where necessary, to build Tha second ballot is to be repealed and anothei method substituted A new system o-f loans, enabling small 'bodies to receive loans at BJ_low rate ot interest for bridge .and road con- struction Is to be introduced. Among oth-er proposals, one provides for an 'elective or BECOMES JAP'S BRIDE DESPITE HER PARENT Asbury Park, Aug. a friend, .in Joyful young bridegroom confided, here today that WInnifred Louise Barnes of Geneva. N. Y., was secretly married about two weeks to her Jap- anese admirer, Sang-aro Ono. a weal- thy importer ot Oriental -goods, with a atore on the Asbury board Miss Barnes became the bride of the Japanese despite the determined opposition of her mother, Mrs..Mary F. relatives and friends. Ori- ginally set for early in July, the nup- tials were postponed when Mrs. Bar- nes made determined opposition. Lat- er they, were married secretly -AM DONT Forjfet MAPLB o Shopping is only half done if you forget the Maple Buds Children must have swecls Their little natures crave for sweet Bad for them? Not Cowan's Maple Buds'. Pure milk, .pure sugar, pure chocolate. What could be more nourishing and wholesome What else could made them.' such favoritei intelligent mothers? Make the children happy. Give them sweets you know are good. Put Maple Bilds on your shopping list. THEY'RE NOT MAPLE BUDS UNLESS THEY-M: TV COWAN CO., Lnritad TORONTO, Onta MAPLE BUDS HAVE TWENTY BINDERS BUSY ON BIG FIELDS OF FALL WHEAT AT .WORRY ABOUT TWINE Magrath, Aug. is on n full swing In .Magrath district, and day sees thousands of acres cut down. Farmers coming In .from the country say that cutting Is line this season, although some of the fa ill grain is a little short. It Is pleasing to know, however, that there is not one acre in the district .but what will be harvested this {all, in face the shortness of the. straw. Spring grain is magnificent. It is still growing, but in driving through [lie country one notices that many of the fields are begiJining to don the first yellow tinge. The weather is deal and If It continues hot a great deal of the spring wlwat will be ready for the binder tn two weeks. This will .be amply early it IB thought to escape the'first antnmn frosts. There is a problem that is looming lip largo and menacingly just now, and that is the twine supply. Implement dealers predict u twine famine, and, ilthough tlfey heavily this season, they have almost exhausted their store. A dealer said yesterday that it appeared as though the whole west would suffer from a. shortage of twine. He emphatically urged the farmers to put ill their orders without further delay. This is a most serious matter, and jverything possible should be done lo ward on any shortage in this essential article., lyical implement men are do- ing their utmost to put in a stock that will meet the requirements of their customers, but as the harvesting sea- son advances the demand for twine all over' the western provinces .will be correspondingly larger. Farmers are wise will not procrastinate the day in which to put in their stock of twine, but will heed the warning sounded by.thosejWho have made the matter a studyj Several of thtf'larger fanners have commenced' cutting, and they all re- port good fields L Hasmnssen foie man for Jensen Bros. Ranching Com- panj who are operating on a stupend cms scale in the Magrath and Taylors- villa districts, -informed your corres- pondent that they would soon have twentyWriders busy on lira immense fields nest of town in i fev Thej luue a numoer KOI king at present and'more ire being em elerj Mr Rasmnssen points out advisdbiltU of getting the giain down as early as possible Jensen Bros have made a reputation foi things on a systematic scale and the> will proh ably begin threshing just as early as did last season. Their-crop Is tine sc-ison both here and at their holdings out west. Oats and barle% ite lookini, splendid and those who good stands of these are confident th-u the vield will come up if not excel the best figures of "past- years .In all the crop.outloolt is most en couraging here, and there is little cause for complaint. Many lessons ,-e been learned this season that figure largeli for good m 'he future. Business men report trade as being biisk with indications pointing to it increasing as harvesting assures wide preparations, and threshing be gins. Notes On WeclnesdaN eienmg the men n- s of INs Day Saints chon gate a most delightful social in honor ot the retiring lender and organist Vr Rasmussen and Mrs Uston The iiening was eljoyably spent in games ,nd music and light refreshment-! vere served The guests of honor were presented with appiopnate pres tnts as tokens of the respect and es teem in which they Are held h> their co-laborers. They..were visibly mov ed b) these expressions of good and appieclatlons and replied with much feeling John J Oibo the iresentatlon Choirmaster Bride-a nns ihalrnun and Mrs Lamb Miss Kar .-en Miss Stacej Miss Finlayson and Miss Tomllnson sened C McCutcheon of Calgarj eral agent for the Confederation Life Assurance Co is a vnsitoi in Magn 1 this week ind IS soliciting business for his companj and assisting their ocal agent D Bmgham, in his Mr McCutcheon siates Ini ne I. doing a good business li Magrath and that the prospects this fall arc highly grMyms I IB delighted with the town and croi prosrccts In this district S S the Cai listen con .ractor and musical leader, was t business- in town ytstwdiij Mr is anxious of a Magrath chorus to compete In the testha which will be held in connection ultt the Curdston fair next month 'Magrith will be almost desertet next SnndJN as lurge numbers of h- townspeoplc are eTpcctmg to attend the stake confc fncc at Dajmond Miss Amelia Blninel was the pleas Ing hostess at a delightful lawn The bcmtiful wa siiitahl) itecorated and the eienlng puii-d all too soon. The affair wa enioyed Immensely as the evening wu ptrUcnltrly SHIPPED TWINE OUT OF TOWN WHEN FARMERS COMPLAINED OF THE AT PINCHER CREEK. I'inclicr Creek, Aug. HTS iroui (linrrenl units oi the' tlis- rict, were iu town today eltduavoi'- ng to secure laborers (or the harvest ielcl, but apparently none were uvall- ,ble. Kor. a lime a number ol men retc coming in from the Kootcnay Uhcrta railway, where they had hren imploycd tor the past few months, ind were taking positions with the armors. Others were coming in (rom he local mines, which as a rule close town during the summer months, anil torn these two sources the larra la- 101 supply was being pretty well kept tp. But there arc iio more men avail- from these sources now and the emand for men becomes more urg- nt every day. According to street rumors afloat oday, a very considerable change IBS taken place in the local binder wine situation within the past lew lays. Apparently there lias hccn au! mple In the district right j along, one local dealer being folUin-j te enough to get in a whole carload at one time. Hut it is now stated h.it the farmers were kicking about j he prices charged, whereupon the Iciilcr referred to shipped his entire .lock out to Grassy hake and oilier I points east, a better price i or tt than lie was asking from! incher Creek farmrrs. Whether there ill now be a sufficient supply twine available is a problem, M.t i! i shortage should actually occur as a esuit of this dealer's action, the far- mers cannot very well blame anyone nit themselves. A heavy ihundrr and electric storm lasscd over town this aitcrnoon, but no damage oi any-kind is reported. Kesigns Position tit the local sohauls, las resigned his position hese to ac- cept the principalsiiip of one of the Edmonton schools. This is the- third -esignation which has been handed to the trustee board by different incm- icrs of the local teaching stall ,iur- ng the past few weeks. There is some talk of the Summer- uew appointment of the Jreek circuit of the Methodist church icing; dropped from this circuit and oin mg the nucleus ol a circuit across the river. It is understood the matter, will be discussed at a congregational meeting to be held in town shortly Dainty enough for invalid. A m p I y nourishing for a toiler Serve Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes to every one at your table..........and you'll never hear one word that isn't pleasure in and praise for these crisp, tempting, easy-to-eat and ready-to-serve sweethearts of sugar corn. The appetite appreciates this cereal that people don't tire of eat- ing often TOASTED CORN FLAKES cept when forced in do so. The liusior the faniier is now tile more money will there be in circulation tlircugh- oilt the district in six weeks from now. NOVA SCOTIA MAN DIES WORTH MILLIONS New Sidewalks Tenders are qeing asked for by the municipal secretary foe the construc- tion'of-Pincher Creek's new concrete sidewalks: The council appears to lie ;omg after thu matter m en irgetic miniicr and in this 'U mdouhtcdlj hate the support ot jn citi7en in the town If there is one thi ng that gn es 1inchtr Llreefc 'a. black eye when .strangers, or visitors come to town it is the con- dition of the sideways along Main street. These have been in a deplor- able condition :for a long time, and low that the necessary funds have been provided for the construction oi iew and permanent walks, it is a source of satisfaction to that iu time is being lost in _ putting through the preliminary .-irrange- icnts. Levels and grades have all heen defined and is in readiness to put tlie job in the hands )f the contractor as soon as a ten- der is accepted. follo.wing item which appeared ..i the Cowley correspondence to the local paper a while ago, applies to Pincher Creek as well as to any oth- r place-in the country "It is disgraceful the amount of j nonev that leaves Cowley for the i .nail-order houses. Mow on earth do j the, people of any place expect to build up a town when they send away JL everything they need. The stock lit local merchants keep on hand is s good, .and in many instances cheap- .r, than that which the people get from the mail order houses when we take into consideration the freight or express on such goods. But the people send away don't seem to consid-. r the charges paid to the express or uhvay company, as the case may he. Now that the crops look so good and ilmosl insure us plenty of money this, fall, for goodness sake, farmers and townspeople! don't send away for cv- New Ant.- S. lyyle, ninety-four years old and childless, is (tend in his home, Soringwood, at Ten- afly, N. .1. It is said ho leaves a for- tune of to, much of it in New York city real estate, in which hs 'begun to uivest halt a century ago. He was torn in Nova Scotia, and at ten -years came lo this city. He becaipe an office boy in Lord Taylor's dry goods .store. When he retired from that concern ten years ago ho was a leading stock- holder .Mr.-Lyle's first wife died in April, and in September, 1810, ho mar- ried Miss Julia Hannon, a trained nurse, ;Who attended hint (luring au at- tack of pneumonia. INCREASE BANK'S CAPITAL Toronto, Aug. Bank of No- va Scotia sent out. notice to Its share- holders, announcing that'the capital is to he increased by The authorized capital of the -bank is ?5, The new issue brings it up to the authorized limit. Bach share- holder is entitled to one of the new shares for every four that he holds. The new issue is at S240, while ?270.50 was offered oh tlie local exchange yes: terday for the regular stock. MAYOR GAYNOR CHEWS TOBACCO New York's Chief Executive a Quid From a Street Laborer New York, Aug. Gaynor was about to enter his automobile in front of the city-hall when he noticed a laborer standing in a-igroup of news- boys. The laihorer had a pick- age of chewing" toba'cco m bis hMd. He took a comfortable mouthful JuBtJ as the mayor turned and htm. 'What's that, chewing asked the. mayor. 'Br the Wx orer, edging away. 'Let's have "went an mayor, reaching for the 'But jour honor, dont chew asked the-. ing his composure. 'Don't I? 'Just watch Mayor Gaynor. stowing" Hbtnl suppls and handing back left. The mayor thankod-the climbed into his auto. The Harmtt, would keep the for a souvenir. EXPLOSION IN NEW YORK AOUCDUCT, New York, were raanjlwl to death Mre otlUM seriously injured at bottom of a 260-foot leadiTis oit of the aqueduct at IWttk street Cwrtral Parlc West early today a an old charge of gotten powder. dollar's worth you need. Spend money where you will see some from it, and don't spend t in Winnipeg or Toronto, where they ave p.'enty." The above will no doubt bring forth a -fervent "Amen" from every dealer in this town as well as Cmv- Icj Jiusmris is very quiet In I'inchet Creek., at the present time, but it dors not appear lo he worrying any- one much. It simply means that the farmers am busy in the harvest field-and are not coming to town'ex- Oo winn you will, Drink whftyna wttl. You came hick to And relish It Hill." "Ask your druggist for FRY'S MALTED COCOA" The Great Strength Builder for Invalids, ;