Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
!0, THE LETHBRIDGE DAlLf TfEKALn Page 5 'ft Ms e Man for a'That' 'i "r x' Sermon NexVtfumiay Evening IN 'THE MORRIS THEATRE. All Welcome EYE 'TAKEN OUT. Voucouvor, H.O., Aug. Staples, 11 inillloqalro luniiicnnaii, at East Kootouay, Is IICTO setting spec- ial treatment for liis loft cyo, Iho sight of wliloll he lost tlireo. clays ago in a remarkable nninn-or. HR was fteli- ing trout In a. little stream east ol ihirynville, w.lien his lioulc in his eye. Mo was unable to exLrusitu it, being alone, ami was forced lo rWe thirty miles in-his motor car to gyt SHEEP 750 1 to years old. 450 wethers 1 to 3 years old. 460 (iambs' All heavy, shearers. Want to soil at once as range la J. L Secrist GOLD BUTTE MONT. 1 wa-nt- to contract Butter andEggs Will .pay. cash and the market price. -Write to Hiirglca.! assistance. Hie eye was by that time damaged beyond was takon out. PROTEST DEAD MAN'S ELECTION London, Out., Aug. writ for "an election in Bust. .Middlesex has not been issued, and cannot be ismied til the protest against the return the late sitting member hag been dis- posed of by the courts. The depth1 of Mr. Sutherland, the member in., question, of course, va- 1 catcs the seat, 'out 'the defeated candi- date, George- "W. Neely, ex-M.PjP., mado claim to the sent, and it is said he can legally press 412-9th St. S. Lethbridge. Kew Barnes Coal Lump.) Mine Run Screenings, by the ton or carload lots. C. O, PRAYING ,OF ALL KINDS. Western-' Transfer Ltd. Freight Shtfl. A DRY-FARMING CONGRESS PRIZE f Cvinpivlc csliloj: of over 5.000 H OoubiVS.ded Records arc Tho sweopstuke prJsso for the heat width, weighs 966 pounds, is list- peck of Kafir corn in comiietlUon open to tho world at tho Dry Farmed Products Exposition here next Octob- er, is ft Oronclorft 24-whecl Sub-Surface packer equipped with bar and strip for six-horse eveiier. This machine IB 10 feet 1 inches In ed at tlie'factory at It ig one of the -most essential adjuncts In tho machine equipment ol a careful dry- fanner. H is donated by the Parlln Orondorff Company of Canton, and rbe delivered free either in the. United' States or Canada to the; winner. JOHN T.iBURNS ISSUES_WARNIG SOCIAL REVOLUTION IN U. 3.JF BETTER FARMING METHODS' Auction Sale of Morses At LF. Bonnell's Barn Tuesday, August 13 At 2 o'Clock 30 Head of Good Mares and Gelding's; broke and unbroKeii; also Avagoiis and buggies; bar- ness. SMITH Auction Sale of Household Furniture 416-6t.li Ave. S. 'Wednesday, Aug. 14th, at 2 o'clock Sharp 4' bedsteads, springs "and-, mat- tresses complete. 3 extension dining' table J sanitary bed and couch 2 dressers nearly new. 2 centre tables 2 cook stoyes. and .pipes 1 kitchen table 1 heating stove 1 cushioned easy- chair 6 dining room chairs 2 rocking chairs 1 large floor oilcloth 1 refrigerator 7 sets of b'linds 4 sets of curtains A Jiumbor'of other articles too. numerous to mention. Terms Cash J. A. SMITH Auctioneer That there "in danger of a social re- volution in the United States if Am- erican farnvers do not begin to farm along business lines, and make an'ef- tort io utilize every available acre of iruble land, wag one o-i" the outsta'nd- .ng'iitteTaiices of John T. Burns, be- 'ore the convention "of .tlie State Bankers' Association at Miiineapoiis farmer "has a lot, to.do wiflrthe high cost of Hvtng.'aud this 'act was strongly impressed on bankers in attendance at the gather- ng. j ilr. Burns' warning was sufficient to 'stir up immediate action on (he part of the Iiaukera present, and their intends in future to de- vote mo-re time to and aidili the agricultural industry.' iSeventee of ih-e twenty-four banking org tions .were represented at 'the confei wb'b jusi i2 ed this morning, says that they very enthusiastic over the jjossiu'ili ies of the Dry-Farming making for better fanning conditions Most of the delegates were eithe presidents ,or .vice-presidents of thi banking institutions of-the: State, am they .will vset themselves, to work -to the provision ot'a foundation fund fo the and also to provide the latter organization with a pennansn home. _ GET CONTRACTS FOR READY-HADES WILL ESTABLISH A BIG POULTRY FARM Moose .Jaw, Sask., Aug. four days' of .record-breaking in al departments and in ideal weather Jaw fair came to an end to night, 'the -today 'beini greater than the whole taJdngs 01' any previous fair. An outstanding feature (his yea) was the large number of poultry ,ex hibitors, and the attendance oDMrs, Dawgon, of London, as, judge Tjis lady the find lier unyielding obser- i-ance oC all besjfpQmts'hi poulti-y ex- iibits, gave a big stimulus to the fair. As ii result of h-ar visit, Mrs. Haw- sou intends to start ar poultry farm in- this city, erect buildings to the t-aliie of and compete for the Western trade. Gco. Stockbridge has been.arrested at Kingston for deserting from the cruiser Niobe; Edmonton Exhibition August 12 to 17 1912 'to Sti-aUvcona and Keiuni .00'" FIRM IN. CALGARY WILL ERECT BUILDINGS ON THE C. P. R. FARMS No other department of tho C.P.R. lius come into the limelight so much recently as the department of natur- al which was only last created- with headquarters at Cal-' gary. Since the organiv.ation of the department, was eJTecteri, they have taken over the management of the C.F.H. ready-made, farm scheme, mil are making it an unqualified success. Next year the company expects Ut bring hundreds of settlers to the ;ountry, and actually settle them on !arms already prepared for them. Every farm! is equipped1-with a, [ull set of -buildings which the newcomer :iifi occupy immediately on his arriv- al. Only a lew days ago the com- pany awarded to a, Calgary firm, Mayden.and the contract lor erecting and outbuild jigs on' 51 farms, at of approxi- mately Seventeen of these farms are'located four miles east'of'; Coaldale'V in" the" ract recenthr acquired by the C.P.R. from the 'A.. R. I. The company is also at work now erecting buildings, and tireaking..on the'r demonstration [arm at Brpxburn, where ..their demonstra- tion farm in connection with tlie.sev- enteen ready-made farms is located. The buildings being-erected on Hie ready-made farms are'of various and types to suit' of those wlio will occupy them.' icords, il ony dealers, or free by mill. 90c. for Iliv two selections. August Records 31865. OUT TO-DAY SOME SPLENDID SELECTIONS FROM THF. NEW LIST. 10-inch Double-Sided Records 90c. for the two. fl Love the Name of Mary Walter J. Van Brunt I There is Silver Now Where Once Was Gold Quartet I That Aeroplane Glide Peerless Quartet I That Sneaky Snakey Rag Collins and Harlan A MEDLEY OF IRISH SONGS. 12-inch Record, Songs of Ireland Viclor Mixed Orcheslra A splendid potpouri of (he songs of the Emerald Isle. The Famous "NAUGHTY MARIETTA" Intermezzo.' 12-incll Purple Label, J1.50. 70075 Naughty Marietta VidorHerbert's Orch'eslrt McCORMACK SINGS AN IRISH BALLAD. tAiea JThe Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls 64259 1 John McCormack Call at the nearest "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" Dealer ind hear Ihese records lo-day. for a free copy of our 280 page Musical Encyclopedia, over records. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE COMPANY, MONTREAL. _ LIMITED DEALERS EVERYi WHERE. V1CTROLAS to Sold on easy pay- ments as .low ai 11.00 per week. We carry the only full and com- plete stock of Victrolas and Victors in tne city together with 3000 records. 'Visit our Victor. Parlors today. 0. D. AUSTIN IS LEAVING CITY RESIGNS HIS POSITION1 AS BUR- SAR AT THE'PROVINCIAL JAIL' 0.' D. Austin, who for the past sight months has been bursar at 'the )r'oviucial jail, yesterdaj' tendered his resignation, to take efieet during the iionth of Septomher. It is Mr. .Austin's iiileution to en- er tlie land business in partnership vith H. F. Kenny, formerly secre- ary of the Alberta Sunday Schools ssociation. They have eliosen La- CH1CAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, 111 Aug. cs- tiniatcB making the spring crop bushels to bushels larger than figured by the government h.id a depressing effect todav. on thi market The Kanbas state re- port, too, giving a total of 000 buihels, seemed to many tracers to bo nearer light us against 000 bushels, the Washington total. Favorable weather in Uie Canadian Northwest counted also adversely to tbe bulls, opening prices wore to lc. Inwer Dec. started at to OS, a j diop of 1 to lc liut reached Larger reports here caused oats to sage. December started at 38 anri t I to Ic olt at .-Hit and 32o., but liald- encd to 32J and J. PIANOS Dominion Building Phone 791 Fourteen boys, mostly under 12 years'of age, are charged at Strut- ford with stealing three hundred melons from a G.'-T. R. car. GET INTO U.S FREE FROM B.C. WOOD PULP, PRINT PABER AND PAPER BOARD PUT ON THE FREE LIST Washington, Aug. puln, print paper and paper board manufac- tured from woods oi British Colum- were recently removed by the cxocu- that province wIJ be admitted to the United States tree oi ombc as their headquarters and am, tlle cx.port tcsttictions Jrcady made arrangements for tlie! ormation of a large company to council of provlnce wjj be le lands in that distict. Lacomhe is ecognizcrt as one'of the finest mixed arming districts in Alberta, and the dvenfc of the Canadian Northern ailwny into that .their urchasc of large land holdings has given the farming industry an impetus there which will make Lacombe one of the most; important towns between Calgary and Edmonton: Band-Concert Attracts The band concert in Gait Park evening drew an immensae throng, wlio applauded Mr Clme and liis duty under the one operative players heartily. The concert was of the Canadian reciprocity act. [cut snou shortly after nine o'clock, to the hlgli Wind blOWinff at Secretary this de- cision today after an on the, subject by the state depart men I. Tim woods affected are on certain leases controlled by the Powell Rivet company, in -British Columbia' lying of the, Cascade range of moun- tains. The order is expected to in- crease importations of free wood pulp and paper to the Pacific coast states and will take effect on July 1.2. [.that time. Going dates August return limit, August 20, R. G. McNeillie, District Pass. Agent, j Calgary r .DOMINION DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Winnipeg. Aug. serious outbreak of typhoid at Ottawa em- phasizes more than ever the need of a Dominion Department of Health. If it is not to be placed under a separate -t portfolio, it should, at least, be plac-J ed in the hands of a deputy sai-d Hon. Dr. W. J. Roche, who rived, in the Ottawa. tills morning iTom 20 per cent, off Wall Papers We-arc cleaning out our large and well assorted'stock. WELLINGTON BROS. 1S.10th 1807 Phnnt .1478 YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR SOLICITOR About Your Will And have this Company Appointed as Your Executor and The Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited, Public Administrator OniR.nl Assignee for Judicial Dfelrlcts oi LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 EIGHTH AVENUE WEST) CALGARY Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON AND NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Granite Sth St. 3.. near 3rd Ave, YOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTING OUH PRICES LURID SNAKE-YARN FROM PRESCOTT Three Young Ladies Chased by .Rep' tile That Sprang Into Their Boat Prescott, -Is the open eason for -snake stories, and UIR most, lurid anecdote sprung on ihe public up to date is going th-e rounds stamp- ed by wny of endorsatibn with a Pres- cott date lino. Three young Indies o: that place while out- boating- on the river and close io the -bank, were Urtled by the appearance of a. reptile K feat long, .and constructed other- wise OH lines of conformation, which suddenly emerged from tbe bushes, and with flying leap sprang into the boat, snapping at the occupants, who promptly took to the 'water ami .stood not on the order of their going they iled, being content to nm for the simple reason that they could not fly. The sn-ake pursued them but was distanced at the first quarter. Prescott could render science a ser- vice 'by capturing this monster. Any nake outside the realms of delirium trcmens that attacks man, or young Indies, either, with such militant fury, apparently without just en use or- pro- vocation, would be worth everything the captor might ask in any zoological institution in tho world where H would be prized ns the rarest specimen In existence. Snakes never assume the part of tho aggressor to such an alarming ex- tent. Kveii the serpent that invaded the domestic peace of the Garden of Eden and wroupht Mm greatest evil to mankind, used diplom-icy and not force. The Montre.il (Jaxette says thai ie Island of .Montreal will get about fifteen seats under federal redistri- bution, For young ladies Extensive curricula; Conservatory- oC Mufiitr prepares for all muBical i exam- inationH. Full High school.' and First year University Studiw; Business College; Arts and Crafts, Domestic Science. Students reside with'.. experien- ced and efficient instructors-in; beautiful college borne. .Endow- ment provides for modern. fees. Young ladies interested, in any of the above courses of study should write the Principal for handsome prospectus. Fall Sem-' ester begins September 9th. .Unsurpassed .in Residential Ed- ucatlon KMT. HOPE ONTARIO lutifut healthy mtuitien, oviw- okintr Lake Ontario, with 20 of Playing Fields, Gymiuiiun, M.Tgnilicont Covered Rink, prepared for the Uni- and tratnintp it lha Mtlir. Ll.l. Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Dot, Musical Director Reopens Tuesday September. 3rd ATTENDANCE LAST SEASON STUDENTS Faculty of Olio 'Hundred' Specialtlta CONSERVATORY HESIDENCI far young lady student! tning f'rtatly enlarged and will be'rody for the YEAR BOOK, 170 psgen, mailed apiillcatlon.