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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald, Saturday, August HOME will continue to be HOME to your loved ones if you have made provision for its continuance by protecting them under a Policy in this Company. No investment you can make will have behind it better security. i Full Information upon request S. SMJNDERS, PROVINCIAL M ANAGER, CALGARY. L. NICHOLLS, GENERAL AGENT, L ETHBRIDGE. DRY FARMING Spokane, Wash., Aug. Growers in several districts in Jndia are about .to adopt dry iarraing methods, and, although the plan may be slow in gaining a hold, it is predicted it' will revolutionize agriculture in that vast territory, which probably suffers more :from drouth than any other country in the. world. "'Students' of economic problems in India believe these methods will over- come the effects "of says the editor of The Herald, or Health, pub- lished at Luctnow, in a two-page ar- .ticle commenting upon the fact that the principles of dry farming are be- ing studied and introduced in India, adding, "and it is also believed that suffering from drouth will be greatly LOTS OF PRUNES Jphn T-. Burns, of Dry Farming ess, which the its eoayestiort in Spokane, .October 3 to 6, .said tp-flay that the British minister at Washington, Spokane, Wash., Aug: editorials and long articles in New York newspapers declaring that the residents., o! Gotham have long since discarded .the homely prune as an item ot food, will be discredited here- after by the Pacific North- west. The reason is embodied in the following report from Walla Walla, Wash., to the- statistical department of the Spokane chamber of commerce: "S. Goebel Day, fruit buyers of New York, have contracted for 100 cars of Italian prunes from the Bla- lock orchards. This is about' tons and the price is close to a :on, f.o-b- Pickers will begin work on this order in a few days. is under way. on other or- ders. The first 17 trees..averaged 600 pounds. They are of the Columbia variety, sold at three cents a. pound, or about a' tree.-.As 100 trees are planted to the acre this price means a yield of an acre, if C., has taken up: with ifce colonial j average holds out." ministry the question of selecting a vice president and secretary, from In.-. These ofnV Some :with a taste.for statis- tics has figured out wiii be about prunes in tHe" cers will be appointed nest yeSr? and that ir they giving India representation board. The congress ASSOCIATED CHARITIES AND AIDS Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ the cost of investigating cases and bringing them to a successful issue. This is a matter of import to all benevolent persons as such an ar- rangement would combine the strength of union with enlarged possibilities for philanthropic work through the financial saving brought about by the co-operation of the Associated Chari- ties with the Children's Aid organiza- tion. Supt R. B. Chadwick Tells of the Work of This Department What is the Children'.s Aid Society at Alberta the Herald asked R. B. Chadwick, superintendent of Neglect- ed and Delinquent Children. The official organization through the Province takes charge of its "Neglected Children" which term, is advisedly used by the department to cover dependent and delinquent children, their conditions invariably arising from neglect of some descrip- tion. -And what is the modus operandi Well, in the first place, there is an agent whose business it is to inves- tigate any and every case -wherein a child is neglected, abused, or appears as a delinquent. He is painstaking in making his chain of facts and, ob- serrations complete. He is or should be quick to grasp a situation, for in many instances a notification or warning suffices to rally the home orces into normal action. In crimin- al negligence or abuse the .child is usually made a of the depart- ment. Delinquent children and first offenders are generally turned over to probation officer unless the gravity of some oSence prohibits milder mea- sures. The agent of the Children's lid. Society should also have power o deal, with cases of truancy. And who takes' care of the neglect- d children as they are gathered in' iy the Society A Matron'.; and anyone who im- o prosecution. John Kenney, mgr... agines her office to be a sinecure is welcome to give her a week's parole. We are confident the week would end in less than forty-eight .hours, as a matter of fact our Matrons are specially endowed and qualified wo- METHODIST DELEGATES ENJOYING THE SCENERY Lasgan, Aug. and Laggan lave proved a strong attraction to Methodist Conference delegates. A number of delegates and their friends from all points in Canada have been pending a day in each place and re- 'elling in the varied scenery of the great national park. Some go on drives, some climb to dizzy mountain heights to survey the far extending now-capped peaks and some, enjoy the hot baths at 'the sulphur springs. 'he difficulty is in finding words to escribe it all. The half has not been old is a common expression. A spec- al pullman car from Toronto was laid ver at each place. 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance LOST AND FOUND brown mare, aged 6 years, branded D reversed C on left hip. Running 'with an Indian cayuse with a col't, reward for return to Leth- bridge Brewery. 204-O gelding, no "brand, white stripe on face, weight about Last seen near Wilson Siding. 120 reward for return to W. D. Whitney's _____ .187% gold nugget on a small chain on the fair grounds on Wednesday. Liberal reward for return to tl aid office. _ SITUATIONS VACANT competent housemaid. Apply Mrs. F; H. Mewburn, Redpath St. 204-0 general servant for work at Frank. Wages per month. Apply 537 Ernest St. 200-O male stenographer for the superintendent's office Royal North West Mounted Police, Macleod. For particulars apply Officer Commanding R.N.W.M. Police. Lethbridse. 199-12 sold pearls. Finder set Bricklayers on new government jail. building, LethbridKe. [Apply at building. 202-6 TED_p or to 120S Ford St. and receive reward. 04-O gold wishbone brooch -with bird on wing in centre, set with pearls. Finder please return to 1208 Ford St. and receive reward. blind OE WENDLING LOCKED UP AT LOUISVILLE. Louisville, Ky., Aug. Wend- ling, wanted here on a charge of mur- ering little Alma Kelnor, was. placed a cell in the city hall nere this fore- oon. hordes, one branded AE on right jaw and the other JL sorrel horse branded Hx over hori- zontal Hx. Four feet white and white head. Return to T. 13. R. 18, S. 10, N.W. 1-4 or P.O. Box 511. 205-6 watch and chain between BarLlett St. and Exhihition Grounds on Friday Aug. 12. Finder re- turn to -Herald Office .or 431 Bar-tlett St. and receive reward. 205-6 Notice To Hunters sOTICB TO HUNTERS xo hunting is allowed on any of the ands of the Mac'Intyre Ranch. Par- ies found hunting lay themselves open men who would be happy in no other ccupation than supervising and en- aging in the actual labor connected with the care of a Children's Home, child -remain in ofi 15 members in. India: Tniit they, are in- terested m work is evidenced ty. frequent inquiries, W. H, Of itauignugee, Ben- has lived in India 22 years, "says in a letter to Mr. Burns that 'he believes millions acres of were placed end to end there be a path, of prunes to girdle the globe not less than four times. .there can. be utilized and made -to produce'lorge quantities of food stuffs by the practice of dry farming. This, he adds} will be benefit to the thousands who are starving in different parts of the country. "I desire all thie information avail- able upon the Mr. Bennett says, "as i expect to take up dry farming and interest others in this country ia. the science of the moisture of the soil. I believe it will be a success. In India." CANADIAN TRADE TO GLASGOW FALLING OFF Ottawa, Aug. T. Lithgow, the trade commissioner to Glasgow, in his initial report to the trade and commerce department today' notes a falling off in Glasgow imports by way of Montreal, .mainly, in cheese and frozen meats. JOHN REDMOND WILL ATTEND TH'E CONGRESS Aug. to a letter received this morning it is likely thai John Redmond, leader of Irish Nationalists, will attend the coming eucharistic congress. Archiblshop Bourne, of- Westminster, who sailed today for Canada will make a trip to western Canada before the opening of Congress next month, visiting Hamilton, .Fort William and How long may a he shelter PQV three months at or pre- _____________ TiOiis to the expiration which" tiine LtTHBRiDGE Magrath, Alta. 205-26 TO or shooting of any kind Is strictly prohibited on any prfiperty. of Ray or the Bufr Knight Sugar Co. Trespassers will be prosecuted with 'the utmost rigor of the law. Ray Knight, Raymond, Alta 205-26 MONEY TO LOAN black and white fox terrier. Answers -to the name of Giggin. Ap- ply, Coleman Hotel, Coleman, Alta. 02-9 class dining room girl. Wages per month. Apply Coleman Hotel, Coleman, Alta. 202-9 porter. Must hare good references. Apply Bank of Montreal. 201-0 for dairy farm. Must be good milkers. Apply F. H. Cox, 34 Argyle Ave., Lethbridge 201-6 TEACHER BeUerue School District No. 1336, 1st or 2nd class; salary per annum. Duties to commence at once. Apply to W.H. Chappell, Jr., secretary treasurer, Bos 23, Bellevue, Alta. 203-6 WANTED AT good brick- layers for town of Swift Current. Wag- reward if left at Upton's Pool Room, j es 65c per hour. Apply Galbraith Job, rt i? 205-2 cushion off automobile 5 or 6 moles from town on. Stirling road. Finder please return 'to Herald office and receive reward: 206-6 MONET TO ana losur ance on farm and city property. Ap- Sale by Tender TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to Oct. 1st, 1910, for the purchase of the North West quar- ter ot" Section 14, Township. 12; Range 6, West of the Fourth Meridian, con-: taining 160 acres, more or less, being -a portion of the estate of George Wet- mon. late of Medicine Hat. deceased. This is one of the best quarter sec- tions in the District, having been se- lected as a Homestead in the early days. It is located three miles south from the city limits of Medicine Hat; is good level land. with, small house on it; IS acres broken; 148 acres can be cultivated, and 20 acres is a small coulee with a creek running through Swift Current. 203-6 at Lethbridge Iron Works. The 203-0 good carpenters heavy timber construction on for coal TO RENT FOR double front room with 2 beds suitable for two gentlemen to let with board, also good table board for a week. Apply 635 Round St. 204-3 FOR reomed cottage on Er- nest street, near Redpath, per month. R.. v. Gibbons Co., Ott Blk. Phone H91. 204-O FOR roomed modern house close in. R. V. Gibbons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191. 204-6 FOR offices to rent in the Post Office Block, and each per month, including light and heat. Apply J. D. Higinbotham. 201-O FOR in flourishing min- ing tewn on Grow'e Nest line of C. P: R. Good opening for grocery or gents' furnishings. Reasonable.- Apply J. T. Armstrong, New Michel, B. C. 204-6 FOR seven roomed houms, water, lights aad sewer connected. Ap- ply 1250 Bompas St., also nicely fur- nished front room suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1248 Bompas St. 201-6 TO suite of roomg for light housekeeping. Also furnish- ed room. .Apply Mrs. M. White, 504 cor. Courtland Round Streets. 199-O TO furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone, etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-0 TO airy room suitable for 2 gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in. Apply 622 Cutbill St 191-os OFFICES TO Two large offi- ces, corner Round and Dufiferin Sts Bryan Block. Also typewriter; splendid and. counter for sale. Remington roll-top desk Apply Room Bryan block or P 0 Box 1983. 181-0 TO furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of washery. Long job. Good wages. Ap- Central school. 623 Coutts St. Os ply to Roberts Schaefer Co., Pass-' burg, Alta. 205-3 competent girl for gen- eral Apply 1317 Dufferin St. 205-0 competent servant for small family. Apply 542 Sartlett St 206-0 ply the Southern Alberta Loan and I it. Good -water can be obtained at T 416 Dufferin street [about 15 feet from the surface. ZPf-fl The land is being sold in connection yath the winding up of 'the Wetraon Investment Co Bryan WocA it is usually adopted into a foster home. Is a foster parent required to keep a child if it proves unsatisfactory days is given for mu- CONCLUDED HIS CASE The Hague, Aug. Sena- tor Root, having concluded his obser- vations on the question of Great Brit- ian's claim as to Bays and three miles beyond, dealt in a general manner with the remaining questions'.submit- ted to the tribunal. It is anticipated that the arbitration will conclude to- day as far as he public proceedings are concerned. Every Service A Bank Can Render to a Farmer, :a Merchant, a Business Man, Firm or Corporation, a. School Board or a Municipality, we are prepared to render you. Kotes or other Negotiable Paper discotinted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign Exchange bought and sold. Travellers' Leners of Credit issned. OF CANADA ERABUSIICD ISM Total Oct 3O, )9Ot Over S4.2.000.OOO. Highest current rate of Interest paid on deposits. or upward starts an account. .Main Office cor. Reun4 ft; Rtdpath Stt j G. R. TINNING Westmmtter Rd., N. Manaftr. Stirling Branch AQH1. Roach, Acting Manager. Gf assy W. Ball He, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE tual decision, but should, the Depart- ment have reason to believe that anv child is not getting a square deal, tlig Superintendent of Neglected Childreii removes it afc his OFFICE. Toaoirro BCTABLISIUCD B. B. WAITER, Preheat AUZAIDIK UOKD, General Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Inncbcs throughout Canada, and in the United Stiles EnfUnd BANK ita of and upwards are received and interest allowed at may be opened in the names of persons and withdrawals made by aay SJCM of or by the ti Then the CkildrM.'s Shelters are re- stricted 'to 'the care of dependent .and children coming under the of "The Children's Pro- tection Act of Alberta An occasional delinquent who is held over awaiting decision or pend- ing commitment for the Indus'iiriai School is included among the children cared for by the Shelter. A woman who works out may. "creche" her children for the day at a nominal fee, and parents in unfortunate circum- stances may hoard their children in the Institution. Do you ever see or hear of the adopted children again 1 Every six months the child and al- so the foster parents report to the Department, while a travelling mat- ron visits and reports on the home conditions surrounding the adopted child. Ever have any children returned or left on your hands The experience of the Department has enabled it to plaCfe. the right child in the right, home at first -instance in. 97 cases out of one hundred. Occa- ionally we have to pass a boy around to two or three homes before he fits into the right place, but the j right place is inevitable. The work is entirely one of normal pcrtunity and its resultant preven- tion. The saving of every child from a life of crime or residence in a peni- tentiary is a direct saving of thous- ands of dollars to the province. Will you explain the work done by the Associated Charities A truly noble the aim of which is to relieve, poverty and suf- fering. No more generous and women are there engaged in relief work, but since the launching of the Children's Aid Society along its pres- ent efficient lines, it has in many instances been found to the advantage of the Children's Aid Society, the Associated Charities and the entire community to carry on the work un- j der one organization, .and this mot on i account of economic reasons alone. j. The work of the .Aid Society of a necessity; is constantly crossing the -trail of the Associated Charities as the individuals -with whom they are dealing are frequent- ly -the parents of these, neglected and abused- children. The one investiga- tion1 (in such cases) covers the ground of both Societies. -Ii -the. -agent is a properly trained man there is no -reason .the. why he should not be able to accomp- lish the objects of both organizations increased efficiency and defjpatch. Not only ;s the salary of one man economized but a great deal of mon- CaledoniatL Glyn Mondays and .Thursdays., from 8 -till 10.30 All, Scotsmen .welcome. J; B..Gibbpn, Pies.; A.L Box 500; One-third easiij MARSHALL Prod'ucB Brokers r'and P car, Ipyrest f'rices. Pf one. 676, "P. fi'x 2060. Begin, 'Sioefc, Lethbriflge "bj HAY "Upland'hay car lots, guar- anteed against hearting or moulding. Write us JESSE GONGE CO. A few more teiRrii to haul gntrelfo'1 the city sidewalks. -'Apply Welt WANTED l iTeams raihroad work. 13.50 and per day. All found. Work till freeze up. Free -transportation. International Employ- ment Agency Eureka Theatre Balance ,t6 be paid it '6 ana 12 moi PARTICULARS of -ply 4o 'GUARANTEE. Calgkrg, Administrators of the. dfexifeaied. D. G. WHJTK, SoHcitor for Medicine -.Hat, "Alberta of lenders are asked for the srec- Fleetwood School for the the Lefhbridge P. p. Sc'hobl' District, No. 51 to be delivered at'the office of the architects on or WANTED J.unior clerk with know- ledge of book keeping. Apply in own hand writin 0. Box 671, Lethbridge P. WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agency property, back of, Dallas Hotel, spur track. W R Dobuin, 310 Glyn St FOR room for rent. W. R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-0 TO rooms, large, double to rent Majestic theatre. ply Mrs. H. .Cleveland, on premises.. 97-01 SITUATIONS WANTED I TO opposite HeraJa. office on Crabb St.; formerly occupied; by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 14 6-O SITUATION cook room with board; young colored lady, private family pre- fered. None other out first class need Address Daisy South 22 Ford StV if desired. Apply 12.02 Ford St.. 182-0 street. 194-0 position -as hardware i for rent suit- for garage or machine shop. Ap- clerk pi- t .would MVe" no objfeptTon tc driving a d'eiltvsry rig for any iin'd. business-, -with, the chance, ofe promo- tion, j sal well with the lift fl "U ATM A A city-, fend well Reference Phone. 546 city. to horses. Box 605 203-f steady position as por- ter. tG "house work. Willing to do anything. Or work around the sta- ble. Caa do any kind of labor work. Apply John Kovatch, City P.O. 205-3 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR hay in carload lots. Apply for prices to Newman Jack- son, Box 86, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25. 189-24 FOR Model 5-passenger Ford Touring Car, only run 200 miles. Terms to right party. Apply Box 24, Herald Office. .202-6 FOR computing scale. noon on Monday tie 15th of j Cher's block, saws, knives, cleavers and wall brackets, for sale cheap. Was used only four months. Write Box 545 or call at 40 Argyle Ave., Lethbridge. 1910. Separate tenders are asked for the heating and plumbing. Coplei of the plans and specifica- tions can now be seen at the archi- tect's. _H.M. and W. A. WHTDDrnGTON, Architects. 197-0v :'A- Bldg. NOTICE "Application for policeman at Staf- fordville, will be received by the under signed up to Monday, August 15th, 1910. CHAS. PEACOCK. 200-8 Sec--Treas., JVEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Grocerieii, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE FONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- Ungton Hotel FIRST-CLASS FALL WHEAT LANDS For sale on good terms. Crop goes if talen at once. Apply H. C. MORRISON GOWLEY STILL SAWING WOOD K you look for good Reading Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pass us 1 Citizens Lumber Co., Yard Office Phone 362. Buroaets Road. G4n'l Office Phone 334. Alta. 203-6 FOR 'SALE laying hens, an Edison phonograph with 87 records, a, Singer, sewing machine nearly new. a tent 17x17 and one bed room suite Apply'Harvard .Tailoring- Cor, '33G opposite the; Herald office, MISCELLANEOUS WANTEDr-Ladies'. and Gents' cast-oft clbtMag, :J6hoes, turniture, carpets, rugs, watches, jewelry, musical Instru- ments, bicycles, guns, crat. wagqns, horses and stoves. The highest cash price paid for live poul- try.. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 3SO- Crabb street, opposite hew Herald-office. 184-26 by the day. or; at home. -Apply Miss Schmitz, gen. delivery. WANTEDr-Tp Rent, a S-roomed fully modern house by August 20th. Would like to "be close to depot Apply Box Office. BOARD-AND house, bath, electric-light, phone. -45 weekly Call 834 Glyn St WANTED-rPlain.sewing., at ..home. Vmehara, 418 Coutts St :203-ox by ths day. Ap: ply Mrs. Katie Palen, east of Athletic or .phone 749. 205-Oi WANTED TO BUT AT work horses. Must Tmi weigh less than twelve hundred pounds each. Ad- dress H. P. Gardner, Box 665, Leth, bridge. 205-6 or horses to win- ter bythe month-br -Apply Hammond, Pincher Station. 06-2 PROPERTY FOP UAL.E FOR'SALE BY 42 and '43, Block 126. Price Address Rupert Hand, Winnifred, Alta. 206-6 HOTEL- FOR of 22 bedrooms, bath and toilet, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, barroom and large basement Bar room furnish- ed, all In first class order. Choice lo- cation. Must sell owing to ill-health, or will consider trade for Alberta land. Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland, B. A V 201-12 HOTEL FOR roomed hotel ply E. A. Cunningham, Rogers Cun- ningham Lbr. Co. 202-O FOR front bed- room, switaole for lady or gentleman. Use of piano if desired. per month- Apply after 6 o'clock to 131 Westmin- ster Rd. 202-6" FOR store and two rooms and -cellar. a month. Apply NO'. 6 Georgetown or the Illinois Alberta: Realty Co. 202-6" TO furnished fully modern room with phone. One block south from Central School, 627 Coutts Street. 201-6 FOR room. 529 Round St. Apply 203-6" TO RENT Seven roomed fully mods- em house on Bartlett St., furnished or unfurnished. Apply Conybeare, Church McArthur or W. H. McLeT- land. Phone 329 or 711. 203-6 TO -two room shack and stable. Close in. Apply 1st house east of .Windsor Hotel. 205-6" OFFICES TO Shertocfc BIdg. Free janitoring. 205-6 TO roomed house, Duff Ad- dition. per month. The H. Macbeth Agency, Sherlock Bldg. 05-6 TO roomed fully modern house :1263 Bompas St. Apply Phone 350. 206-6 TO Very large double front bedroom, suitable for three ladles or gentlemen, or sitting room and bed- room for married couple. All modem -conveniences. 1101 Ford St. 206-6 TO good furnished rooms with use of phone ?8 per month each. 849 Crabb St TO furnished room in new modern house. Breakfast or full board if desired. Apply 719 Crablr St. 206-6 FOR front room; with use of parlor and piano.- Suitable for two. 11.3 Cutbill SL LAND >OK SALE FRUIT LAND FOR acres on the Lower Arrow Lafres; opposite Deer Park, 80 acres, considered the choicest on the lake, wfth 1-2 mfle lake frontage. Mutt sell at once owing to Hi-health.. Apply to Chas. Swartzen- hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson. Rosslanfl, B. C. MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING will jump at thfs land offer, 200 acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Makfn- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes. B. C. Boats call twice- Landtag In centre of sub-division, all level land, sandy loam, no stone, every block with in five minutes of DOftt landing. For particulars and price apply to J. Ste- phenson, Box 58. Coleman, Alta. 201-6 FOR SALE OK fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful Koptenay Lake in the heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. Water right; (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pres- sure for general purposes. Six acres cleared; acre fine orchard.bearing; al- so all small fruits. Two acres used for nursery past three years. First land selected in the district and the best. Right on lake shore (ooats all call when flagged) telephone service and graded road to town, .three miles; school, church and post-office within half a mile; ideal home and climate paid to Jan. 15, 1911. to close .partnership. H. Wins, barrister; Wffi sell cheap Apply' to B. G. 201-12 ROBERT SAGE Picture Framtr Mictlvtt Day thr RED CHOM DRUG A 1OOK STORE Three room house and1 outbuildings. Worth" and 'Will soon advance. Price for quick 1600 cash; balance 1, 2, 3 6 per cent, or will exchange for NoJ 1 wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley B. C. 205-O FOR class farm for sate fa Stony Plain district, west of Ed- roonton. Win take eheep, caih, or give lime for t For fuU par- tlculars write to S. J. Bright ;