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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Auciut 14th, 1911 THE LETHBRinfiE DAILY HERALD Face? NIIOLI It TO CLKANKD Flrtt Tlmt In Hlticry Fi Obtlltk OM i lynidou, cxli- ot I he Egypt- lab 'olMtluk on tht Thames Emlmnk- known M Clwpitn'i li Tor the rlml time In hlltnrr, workmen Ctcwi ID t ncKffold Hround It. POLITICAL NOMINATIONS Toronto, AUK- 12. waa an diy In political cirvlm, a dozen or'mon nooiiimUon convtn- ttonit in varioiiK parta Ontario. The caiididstes' names in- clude (lie. following Eaul Liberal, Dr. Oeo. I'eter 101- trork DMMury owing to ths ftetkill London op fltont, what method I wilt he Adopted hu not yet tttMm given in honor of Private Clifford middleman. Condition of affairs which reciprocity would tend to ob- viate and which explains the opposi- tion of Cfli'tvilii intercuts >tn tbe pact Comparative prices f or, f tali Indtcii'te the immeiiBO which free entry for fUh Into the American market will confer on the marillmt; provinces. Halibut at H Ml fax averaged during tbe five and ft hntf H.li; cents per pound compared with 7 cents at Boston. .Mackerel ut Halifax ave 14.8 cents per potind as com- pared with 33 cents at Boston. Some Comparisons A few of the most Illumlmitivc fig- ures In tbe report may be cited in the brief luminary, in regard to grains average of yearly prlonB from IftOti to iflli show tbe following com- parliwps; Average per bushel; Spring wheat, Winnipeg, D5c; Min- neapolis, Ottti, Toronto, -lOc: Buffalo, -Ific. Barley, Toronto, 57c; Winnipeg, Buffalo, Dultith Cic. Toronto, Tie; Lluffalo S-'Jc. !n rtgard to fodder the comparison covering the average of tbe five and one-half year periods shows tho fol- lowing, per tou: Hay, St. John, 112.85; Montreal, S12.9 Boston, Toronto, New York, Buffalo, llfi. In dairy produce prices as compareti for among Ihc various cities show on 'the whole a fairly stabfe with 'market pi-ices, some- times tlightly higher on one .side of tbe line and sometimes vice verrq, but the general average about the same on both sides. In 10 live stocit the comparison of 'pri- ces for the period covered the following: export steers per cwt. To- ronto, 5.51; Buffalo, ti.lS; Winnipeg, 'Chic-ago, 7.04. ogBj per Toronto, Buf- falo, 7.35; Winnipeg, 5.60; Chicago, .8 a. On tbe other hand dressed hogs in Winnipeg averaged 11.05 in Tor- onto cents, a-s compared with cents in Minneapolis and cents in- Boston. FIFTH CONVENTION OE THE IRRIGATION ASSOCIATION OLD RIPLE SHOT DEAD London, Aug. John Sellara an Irish rifleman noted at Bieley fo many years, died today Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market IU each situated north of the track Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co, .The Fifth Annual Convention of the Western Canada Irrigation Associa- tion in Calgary the 8th', 9ih and 10th or August was of the most important conventionsiof. that body since its inception and or ganization in the City of Calgary n: 1907. Since that, date conventions lave been held in Vernon, R. C., bridge. Alia., and Kamloope B. auc returning to Calgary, the birth oC the Association for 191L There, were about eighty-? in.-.fttteiid ance representing ill; the rrigation interests in Soil t hern Al- jerta, Southern Saskatchewan, and British Columbia. The laid in the Board of Trade Htll and he convention opened at ist 8th, with .Mr. C. W. President of tlio Association in 'thii .ihair. Ills Honor, Lieut. Governor flulyea, formally opened the convention and in a vei-y practical speech he noted the growing interest in the subject of irrigation and tlie educational nature of the campaign carried on by the floatation in making the principal! of jjriictical Irrigation more widely known and the great benefits to be derived from the proper conservation and plication of water upon the soil, and the important, part that it will pfay the development of western Cankda. followed by Acting tyayor Brocklehank. who welcomed the de- legates on behalf of the City of Cal- gary. The meeting then adjono'ned to convene at when .Mr. R. lieil, Sjiipt., of Forestry, of the Interior, OtLiwa, was appointed chairman of the convention.' Prof; W. J. Elliott, contrilnited a valuable >aper on "The True Significance of "Yrigaiioii." Resolution NTo. 2. WAS then present- ed which was to extend the bpundify of the Rocky Mountain Park and af- er considerable discussion wai car- ried. R. 13. Stockton, of Strath more, owed with an interesting paper .on be "Operation of Irrigation Systems." Resolution No. fi which dealt pra'c- iGally with Governmental ownership of water conservation and after con- iderahlc discussion passed slight- y amended. Then followed a paper Mr. Edgar C. Thrupp, of Kaniloop't--, 1. C., on (he "Relative Advantages of Continual and Irrigation." At Annual the Resolution o. 4 was considered urging upon the the necessity of guag.ng 11 at reams in an intelligent and sya- matic manner and was adopted. Prof. W. If. Fnirfieiri, oi Lethbridge, onlributed a valuable paper on "Local nrrn Products and Practical Irrjga- on." wan followed by Resolu- n No. 3. dealing with the Practical :ty ofV'ater, After being carefully wan carried. men White. Secretary of tlie Can- da Conservation Cotninidsion, gave a aUtabli? talk on work of the Com-[ for the yoar. was foUow-1 1 by Mr. A. V. White, also of oiitlluiny i work on report of tbe Water How- in British Coliiuihfa. 'KeHOlution o. which urgei that the Prnvln- ColleRe for AlliurU Id located In a dfttrict where rtrtinai irrlffAUoti could he tmiRht as curied. At the ifteruwn which cyn- vencd at 2.15, resolution Xo. 1 recartl- Ing the formation of separate iationi; for the provinces of ?Britisli (Columbia. Alberta ana SasIfiitcbeA'an wag amentlctl so -as to stand as a no- tice of motion trrbe considered at the cpnveniion. Prof. A. B. Eicheverry of Berkley. Caj., read a valuable paper on "Pmnp- int- for Irrigation." Hfi was followed by W. S. Rosi, minister of lands, Vic- toria, g.C.. and F. ,1. Fulton, Kam- loopa.' B.C. 4V session A. S. chief engineer, irrigation depart- in en t, C. P. R., read a paper on The irrigation project'of the C. P. H.' 11- juitrat'fpr the same with over .1 Inin- ;lantern slides. leaving chair R. H. CF.mp bell expressed a high opinion ot Ihe good work being done by ibe Western Canada, Irrifc'iUion the beneficial effecrs it. would confer on future devdopmpnt of agriculture in Canada. It was decided to hold the re.vt convention in Kelowna, B. C. Elec- tion of officers resulted In the Hon. Wm. Paterson being elected honorarj' Hon. R. Hoss, preBi- dent; ,T. S. Dennis, first vice presi- R. TL Apur, second vioo prc- nident, and the executive 'being in- creased from six to eight members, on which W.'M. Fail-field represents the Lejhbridgo district, baring served continueusly on i.ho conimittca -since the organization of the association. It decided 10 send five dele- the iniernational convention 3t Chicago, and Messrs. Agiir, Coivly and Elliott were ap- pointed- At 10.30, August 10. a aneciftl train was provided for the delegates to vis- it the eastern section of the C. P. R. irrigation ploi and a delightful day was speni at Hassano, returning to Calgary at six o'clock, which event closed one of the moat successful conventions held by the association. Mgr. The New Arlington Hotel Is Now Open To Receive Guests New "Well Furnished2 125 Rooms All White Help Two Dining the- American European-: Plans and Free 'Bus Meets All Trains Local Patrons of our Dining Room are creasing. Try it in- REGISTER HERE WHEN AT THE FAIR Corner 1st Ave. and 4th St. 2 blocks west of depot .MAJESTIC TONIGHT., Joneph E. Howard's popular -west- ern musical comedy, "The Flower of the which captivated large audiences at the time of its produc- tion through the eastern cltleK, will be the attraction :it. the Majestic the- atre tonight. Howard chose for his EettingB scenes o! fornia hills, and f ranch life in Call- during the entire BIG FLOW OF NATURAL GAS STRUCK AT ESTEVAN ftalevan, Sask., Anp. A, Prier, ;i weli-kiiowti well-borer, pwac boring a well on Joseph Frank'a-farm, ten norfii of lie -flow gas. "'The well was practically finished, and Mr! Prier, was'about ten feet" away, struck a inn ten with, which to light, his pipe, when the whole" atmosphere seemed to light nji, and things looked like a Pourfh of July About a 30-foot ftIgh' flame is now illuminating the prairies for .mites'a- roimrt, and the gas been burning play tlie characters are drawn true to j now for about 31! hours, and is appar- lifc, so-much of the.ordinary run j cntly vis strong as ever. A gauge to I of plays. H is overflowing with Mow-] carry So pounds to the square inch 'aixl musical numbers and ever, so! was put on to try a teat, but the pres many song hits. There arc some sure was apparently too al- torty people in the cast, including de Nordendorf, Jess Har- ris, Tom Arnold, James BnJbour and a big dancing chorus. HORRIBLE LYNCHING Farmersville, Tex., Aug. modore Jones, a negro, who, it is al- leged need insuring language in ad- dressing a young white woman over the telephone, W-JB hanged hy a mob tonight. Jones was arrented yester- day Tonight a crowd of about, five hundred men and hoys gained access to hlii cell, and marching him to the otililflrU of the town compelled him to climb tHephonfi pole At the top one of the mob was waiting, ;i rope was thrown around Ihe negro's neck and he was forced to jump. EVERYBODY GOES TO STARLAND Nothing but the highest praiso can together, and blow the clock to piecesx About half the inbahltantB'of Kste- van have boon out io see the sight during the day. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. J. A. KriLzwiser wish to thank the many friends who assUt- Slr. and be accorded..the management of Star- K, thcm Jn for the magnificent proSram IQSS Qf (hejr f which has been secured for and tomorrow. A new series of sub- jects will be presented which are j said to excel ihose shown on prev- j ionn occasions. A powerful Fliogmph ilrnmn, "The City of 'ho is a sfory. that will appral io die heart and it Is safe to say that, there will ho few dry eyes in tlie house when tliis m'clure is shown. "The Padre" depicts a story of the missions of old California, and the biggest laugh producer in motion pictures is tliat entitled "Take me out to the ball guaranteed to 'be the greatest Ir.ughinR event of the season. R. K. Willis, who has made qviitc a bit with Sinrland natrons, will, furnish a new illustrated song. Coming soon. "The City of Hoys." .Provide an opportunity of hearing the best music .by MA50N Dominion Bjoek.- buving a VICTOR LIMITED Phone 791 JUDGE HODGSON DEAD Charlottetown, P. E. I., Aug. Edward Jarvis Hodgson, formerly master of rolls in chancery and assist- ant judge of the Supremo Court, died Saturday evening, aged 71. He was called to the bar in 1864 and appoint- ed judgo in 1S5K He was one of the best, criminal judges in the -Maritime Provinces. He was for many years chancellor of King's College, Windsor. Gat Your Clethei Cleaned by a firm wUo tn to the beet work you ever bafl ijoiie. French or dry cleaning and rtpniriiif. Tht Lcthhririflt Cltiniri 127 ffouncf St. Phont BRITISH EDITORS ARE COMING WEST j Charlottetown, Aug. members of tho British Press Asso- ciation, accompanied hy j. Obcd Smith emigration agent at London, and T.C. Williams, immigration inspector for Ottawa, left (he island loday bv- sovernmcut sleamer Hrant, to 1'lctou, to continue their trip west- ward. Saturday forenoon they spoilt in the western section of the island, and the afternoon in riiHrlotieiowu visliing tbe experimental farm otlior jibices of interest, A. .N'. spr.rplary or Montana, is dead. of slate Bring the whole family To. the LETIIE1MDGE FAIR, Aug. 22-25. Ami BE S.UKE And Get Your Meals at the International Lunch and Cafe Where you get more for your money than at any oilier place in Lethbriclge. GOOD MENV GOOD SERVICE We aro specialists in FKiriT. Ask for prices and if prices are lowest, buy your fruit. ST. Shipments received daily. KSIIH-; C. W. GKAY'S ;