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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ,PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST letbbriboe Htberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers .THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED S2S 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. BUCHANAN Preaideut and Managing Director John Tostance Basinets Manager It Is remembered tnat a single colony of bees will produce from sixty lo eigthy pounds of honey in a season it is clear thai the 'busy beo' Is well named." The bee docs'nl strike as long as the flowers [urnlsh him with the ma- terial; he works from morn till night. Wheu he is Interrupted in his labor he becomes cross and may sting. When he Is left aloes he labors hard to provide sweetness for tha world. The bee teaches us a lesson. He is not an idler; ho is a worker. He s annoyed when he is interrupted in is work; man rather appreciates a jhi, I let-up in the day's work. The bee toils i iCouimued from Front Page.) Member Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: Oiily, delivered, pet week ...J .S3 DaUy, by mill, per yeaj S.OO Daily, by mail, for 6 months 4.15 Dally, by mall, 3 months 2.51 Weeily, by mail, per Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. S.OO i to create sweetness In lite, How many mortals in their toll think only of creating bitterness. The bee feeds on the beautiful things; too many mortals feed on the sordid and create distrust and uuhapplaess. The "busy bee" Is worth taking a course of train- ing from. OUR DEALINGS WITH THE FOREIGNER. Recent events have turned attention to the foreigner in our midst. Most TALK FREE SPEECH BUT MOLEST THE SPEAKERS. If there Is one thing tbat the apostles of the One Big Union talk about, it is freedom and liberty. They protest against'curtailment of free speech, and they' demand wide open discussion ot all of tho comment has been denunclat- We know these aposUes won't ad- ory; very little has beoa directea-t'o a change In the method of handling these new .citizens. We forget our MILK RIVER {From Our.Ov.'a Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Aug. farm- ers are busy threshing and cutting their wheat. Rye is all cut and most of It is threshed averaging about 15 bushels to the 'acre. Wh'eal Is going about twelve to fifteen bushels to the I Foley hauled the first lead ot ihs 1520 crop which was No. 1 at per busheL BOW ISLAND (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND. Aug. Every- where there U the sound of Waders _and headers as the hot dry weather 'is ripening, the 'grain very fast and farmers are not slopping for anything, very good crop and so will barley. It would do any person good to see some of the good ciops of wheat we L-TC In this district. STIRLING (Ptom Our Own CorreiasmdeaO STIRLING, Aug. weather continues dry and warm and the grata is ripening very last; so fast in (act. that cutting will commence a week earlier than was at first anticipated. Andrew Larsea; Jr.. cut wheat the first of iaet week which was good and ripe. It was put In before the heavy rains which came early In the spring, so ripened earlier than other grain which was put in later. Some farmers will begin tutting the first Of this week if weather .remains favorable. The second crop of alfalfa and tim- othy is looking fine and Is heavier than the first. A goodly number 01" people have been to the ridge (or Saskatoons, which aro Tery large aud plentiful this year. They also found gooseberries and strawberries. Mexicans Hear American Terms ion PROVINCIAL REPORT EDMONTON, Aug. Flax Is coming on fine and whllo no Is the elgth semi-monthly crop and rain has fallen since .last report ft i live stock report of the department of Is doing well, for pastures. Rain would do good TABER 'Prnm Our Own TADER. Aug. of wheat now getting fnto'full stride. -Where startej beginning of last, week, binders agriculture: General crop conditions throughout the province are particularly promis- ing. The abundant rains during the last half, of July combined with warm weather brought all crops along very fast. During tae past ten days prac- tically'no rain has fallen. Tho weath ceased work, in some fields, 'as grain er has been especially suitable for fill- responsibilities as class we attack this Wo.have, as citizens, responsibill- found not so mature as it appeared. S-' and tbat it has no sympathy with the worker, and all that sort of rubbish, when we say the 0. B. U. is against the light of day being shed upon ties toward the people wa permit to labor problems and is viciously op- ivtuai laiiutro uuiv KCIMUK -at again, mitit, and will charge that the Herald and binder3 at work a1t over..-A con- Is iody and soul possessed iy capital, sidcrable part of district will not be enter this country from foreign-lauds. They come to us from countries where despotism has reigned for centuries. They seek a new order of. things. What not get ac- quainted with the besUu our tlon. The main witn .get'Mnttf thb hands of the trouble'jriak'ers. and Very seldom meet the peacemaker. Net long ago men of-this-class-flii- pesred in a Utlca, N. Y., court, There is no need of relating the history their cases, but 'what''the judge to them U worth, repeating, so that it may arouse us, to weaknesses of bur system of-dealing with'the posed to tree speech. Here- is- the proof I- The other, day -there-was --Wlniijpes on the merits jot; In'tcrna ti onal .Unions ind'the -were championed two., speakers eanli TheTVinhipeg Free Press, fair enough, trash', about a c: page; verbatim: report" .of .what Tras remarks of, the 6. ypo'ute'rs'.'tbjat'that out to throttle'all. whea'HtS'gels the chance. foreigner: You men said the Judge In addressing them, "that we are taking this action because we be- lieve, you are not guilty of th'e crime jug ahU ripening of the early sown grain. The later grain. should have moisture soon for best growth. Wheat culling has commenced in various parts of the province, is general along the Crow's Nest line and will he well under way throughout the whole of the south and east from the ISth to the 20th, Fall rye is practically all cut and ,a considerable amount of it lias been it threshed. About four. per_cont. of threshed. Some of the early sown wheat cut, x. little, oats, and. 'some 'barley has, cut. Both rye ready, however, for some days yet The hot dry dusty, .weather of the past two weeks will slightly .reduce the crop yield, and oats ara showing the effect ot It, also late stuff. Flax holding out well, and good. crop. Cut- ting of winter rye over and .much of andb Calderon, Mexican high being charged with making an loner to the United States, now in Vashingloih, says the Excelsior today; Secretary Colby's proposition, lo tho newspaper, wan: First, that lives and barley.-- 'A rlye'd the week', n ni o .farmers -Some ing. o'arrived early'out today1, industry. So much for we'want to impress 'is'.tha-lfact.that the'p.- B. U. is so sensitive that it can't stand J. JfJnipn _advo- "cates, W: H. Hoop, did .not mince words in dealing with the 0. B. U. When he was through the- O. B. U. had a chance through the celebrated Joe ____ Knight to reply, but words were not with connected' an'tj i endugh for the O. B.. U. sympathizers the literature which you read in your homes that brought 'about your ar- rest. You will govern yourselves ac- cofdlusly." "We must bear In said the District Attorney, "that these men, the majority of whom .are-In their twenties, came to us from Russia, the Ukraine, and Poland, where govern- ment 'to them and their kind meant at-the close of the meeting set upon Hoop and viciously assaulted him. In this incident we have the measure of the O. B. U. It is 'so small that it resents criticism and tries with the- fists and the feet to put down free expression of opinion. Truly it labor got Into the hands'of these fellows only despotism. What have we jt wouid be destroyed forever. Imagine done llo teach h holy hQrror protest TlfttMncr Hill- fnnfarn nothing. Our chlefesl concern has been to interest ourselves in this element from the'political standpoint only after citizenship-has heen con- then to the extent of get- ting them to vote on election day, if 'we have to pay them for it! Not one of. these boys hns ever been given a helping hand along the pathway of NOUQ Thei our style ot Americanism. of them has a criminal record. are industrious, sober young fellows, several of whom have accumulated property or money." Let us the .American- ism mentioned above with Cantv dlanlsm. What are we doing to against Christophers being driven out of SasSatchawan jumping with both feet upon a man, who in open meet Ing, was bold enough to expose some of their tactics. Sunny Southern Alberta Is right in the midst of harvest this week. The weather-man seems to appreciate the fact and Is, on his best behavior. Don't miss an opportunity to visv the Noble Foundation farms on Wed nosday. 1'ou may nol realize it, bu Implant real Canadlanism amongst the organisation i3 the largest fnrm the.yonng and the old in ICQ foreign' Ing business in Canada'and It's worib areas of Southern Alberta? What seeing. are we doing lo combat the extreme, revolutionary doctrines that are be- fug preached to these'people constant- ly and. consistently? If revolutionary Ideas spread abroad in this country, it Is noti the forelguer's fault; It Is the average citizen's fault. We have That was a happy Idea to bring thi Coaldale district fair to Lethbridge The people of the city are Just wait ing for a chance to attend some sucl evenL and Coatdale Irrigationists ma; be sure that they have made no mis a responsibility that we arc not in their decision. stualng. Yet wo protest and villify I when these foreign-born cause trouble.' Football and baseball leagues Our laws are not enforced; we Eng-l playing benefit games for the Letl Nib-speaking citizensftiermit them' to bridge Amateur Athletic Associatlo be do not 'protest. What impression does 'all that convoy lo the new citizen. Qnly one thing and that is that there nothing wrong about breaking the law. What we greatly need Ip this country IB a fuller realization ot our responsi- bility to the foreign horn. We should interest ourselves In thoir educatinn, in their training and in the improve- ment ot their environment, i( we In- tend to make them into good and litoful citizens. U can he done i( we only do our part.. If It js'nt done, then this element may eventually wreck our country. LESSONS FROM THE "BUSY BEE." Tho Manchester Guardian rjuples ex- ports as saying that this Is lo 'be a aid and -the- district -will bar- est' good crop. CLARESHOLM' (From Our Own CLAHBSHOLM; and. barley -will-give eicellent'-yleids. Over most of tie province, oatsj. will .weeks befqrerbe- ing ripe.'. .Reports vfroin' the 'Grande 'Prairie and; Peace River, indicate that wea'th'er conditions -Have-been rest 'of 'the [province, leaving-..the .advanced, and ji'ects.o'f Up to date has -The. damage from' hall: h'as'-'bee'n Heavy in some; districts but whole has not teen greater rdlriary.- Mown out area so uthiwill. hot p rod uce. much ordinal .m-tho londttions for 'ripening- of1 crop. A considerable amount of-thU Tops still continue desired. The tinue all that could bal has" been pre'parecTior next "year' am last weekihas brought a 'limited, area to fall rye. An he j area .si.x'Jy miles'- square along'.the C Ing in many -places has started andi B. Bailway.-'fihlbut half way, between ill be general by the middle of .thejCalgary and has not. been eek. Wheat Is filling 'very-fast and; faforeci, '.with "moisture to. the romises to be away ahead 'ol! what' lent >as the 'rest, ot the province) week. iromtses to he away ahead 'of.whal --_ was expected. The BunTbf the binder sequently In: this .Srea.'wil will be heard on all sides by the end be som.fvvhat _lighterv Qfasshoppers of the week. (From Our Own'OorrespondcntV RAYMOND, Aug. is jeneral th'roughout the Raymond and Welling districts. The grain is tuni- ng out well. Bundles are thick and .he wlrirows close in- promising a Thursday will see a start made onTseirenty-five per cent, of the fields, it the hot weather continues. Grain is turning have been plentifnt In certain pi; but .were ado; adopted for- their- 'control. era 'co-operal ed with both the Dominion and Pro- vincial departments of' agriculture' ii a vigorous campaign ot poisoning witl a result that these tests have not don any great amount of damage. Leav ing out o( consideration the possibi Ity of frost before the crop is harvest ed prospects at the present time'irid: cate'the -heaviest-yield ;which fth province has had with the exceptlo: fast. A. temporary twine shortage IsfOf 1915. As near as can be determin reported by several dealers. Another -arge consignment for. the Grain Srowers'is expecle'd Wednesday. Flax is coming, along nicely. Looks like, a 20-bushel to the acre crop.. Oats scarce. Potatoes showed -excellent growth during the past' week. A thirty-five acre field at" Welling com- pletely hides the prolific is the growth. The tubers on thif field aro 'alto well developed and thick. Potatoes, however, will show a big falling off this fall, but' quality is good. Rye threshing will com- mence this week. shortly. The association has done womlorlul work In providing sport in Lelhbrldge the past two years, and a little boost by way ot attendance at will do a lot of good all round. MACLEOD (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, 'Aug. JIacleod dis- trict, as a whole, has a fair crop of grain. The past week has been ideal for haying and harvesting. Refresh- ing showers of rain fell over most of the country, which will help much in filling out the grain. Several .have cut and threshed rye. and many acres have been seeded, providing for next year. The Meononlta hrethern were the first to place new grain on the market, which they did last week, -when they marketed 400 bushels of rye. They oxpcct to market as .much more this week. Several farmers east, and south of Macleo'l began cutting wheat last week, and cutting will be general the coming week. Samples so far are good, with the prospects oE a good yield per acre. at the present time, tha yield o wheat willi run between 25 and S hushelB.-' Up pr'esont time'har vest iab.6r has been scarce! Harves excursions are now being run from Eastefn Canada and no doubt th labor shortage will he relieved t some extent within the .next week o en days. Feed Is abundant in all parts. Kay ng' is general and ideal weather pre alls. Grass has been 'plenlifu liroughout the whole season in a arts so that live stock Is doing pa fcularly well. During the past weo._ hipments have conimenced to arrive t the and packing plants, 'hese shipments, have been made up principally of breeding heifers, cows nd sucking On account of he thin condition of animals In the pring, beef' will not come early hough the condition 'Of pasture at he present time la such as to ensure he animals in good condition or, fall delivery. A banner which attracted no little attention and caused laughter and ap- plause In the Governor Cox notifica- tion day parade at Dayton, Ohio, was carried by a delegation from Mllwau MANYBERR1ES (From Otir Own correspondent) MANYBKimiKS. Aug. harvest Is now almost'general here. Tliclinn district has rot yet begun anil probably won't'for a week. The crop Is quite Irregular. H varies from two bushels all the way to any thing that wheat can yield. There There's a leather medal coming to the man who counts the alfalfa'and timothy stacks the district. Bv'en without counting It's safe to good season for honey, and It adds [wager that no similar area In the that many people will welcome tho news, though few realize the enor-' nous effort a single pound of honey necessitates on the part of the a pound The Guardian ex- plains, "there Is the concentrated es- tence of over flowers. H ia calculated thai lo make a pound of clover- honey the bees must take nec- tar from -blooms and'make visits In tho process. Often the Journey from the hive lo the flftwers und back rifns to two miles, so that the making of a pound of honey entails journeys aggregat- ing OTOr miles. When It read, "The vote that to bo an Incrcaslns favor of fall rye and fall wheat make Milwaukee famous; Ninety-nine The by hall will not rnateri- and ono-hal( per cent. Cox, one-half ally influence tho total. of one. per cent. Harding." ORION (From Oiir Own Corrosnondehl) oniHX. Aug. past days hnvc bppn, with one or two exceptions very hot, and grain hag ripened very rapidly. In fcvernl cases farmers have cut 'all except green feed. In harvesting tills year there has been an increase of headers, in some cases binders have been 'In shapb for running is headers, but the good crop v.'lll bo cut and tied in Iho rcgula y.T.y. There arc Home good crops o wheat near town which? look Ilko Kolng SO bushels lo the acre and Io6k we] In the stock. Another jvcek' and lh< greater part of all grain except flax will These dry days a changing the color of Iho paslun No shortage ot grass yet. whole Dominion can boast the same amount ot hr.y on the same area. And there's another crop or two of alfalfa still to he cut this year. The N-sw York Tlracs draws a para- llel between I'romior Melghcn and Senator Harding, Hcpublican candi- date for the presidency. They're bolh hfgh tariff dlsclnles. And Iliey Soth have to bo elected yet na load- ers of tlieir parties In n general olcc- lion. No doubt Premier Melghen will take a special Intorcet now in the CARWANOAY (From Our Own Correspondent) CA'HMANOAY, Aug. cut ting win bo Bcneral week. Ry fate ot Senator Harding next Novem-1 !3 Ihreshdil.' Borne whea h-r In the Carmringay district frill go 5 Jin a Viola llm ...111 ARMY 'PLANE AT WHITEHORSE WH1TKHOHSE, Y.T., Aug. No: of the .Sew .York to Nome fliers, lauded here at 4.50 this afternoon. ,ife and Must Be Re- spected and Confiscatory Decrees Revoked. MEXICO CITY, Aug. As- oclated Wilson Is eady to recognize tho .present Mex: can government if the latter agrees with the terms sot forth In'a proposal rom Secretary of State Colby on Ihis ubject, according to a message sent o President Do La Huerla from Kern- PICKED UP !N PASSING FOR THE BUSY M A N E. Oliver, former reeve of Oak Day, D. C., is ilead. Over "00 'Women auJ children are employed in factories of Japan. Over 3o per cent- employees in the- silk mills of China are women wver 21 years of age. Chicago leads all cities of the -world in the number of pianos sold each A New York lunch room carries this sign: "Wo never permit a dis- satisfied customer to leave." J. N. Henderson, for many years in the drug business at Victoria, B. C., died at Vancouver. Fred Abraham, prominent news- paperman ami 'for years part owner of the Montreal Herald, died sudden- ly. n. L.. Brackin, M. A. for West Kent, was defendant In a police court be respected. Second, that Indemnities' be paid orelgners who suffered during the revolution. Third, that the.. Carranza decrees vhleh are found to be confiscatory be lerogated. Front Paeal. HoldUD JainesiT. Hickie, brakemau on the C. P; ICfroru tethBrldge to Dunmore, was the "third. witness. He told tho court" vras-on-JAugust 2 on Ihe brow's Nest run, and well remembered, hat day. holdup, he, took He was coining torn the rear- ear-to the smoker. A ittle girt there hffl'K box of groceries set1 "Sown "thejaislo.and she Kaid to'-jSentlnel. The wit- ness said he. up the groceries and toot: them to tne car plattorm. he got there he heard a shot and car door. Ho saw. Areloffj with a gun, and Hickie up his hands, 'and r thought it 'was about time I obeyed." Conductor Jones thin came upland advised.the witness to go Into the first-class coach. With Conductor Jones, the witness was escorted to the. rear platform'.V Areloff, Mr. HRkle :said, asked Con- ductor Jones for his money, but did not wait for co-operation and started in to search him. Mr. HlcXIe's turn nfc next, and Mr. Hickie had a Hat purso In one oE his hip pockets nnd that was the first thing Areloff got. The bandit was not satisfied with his haul from the conductor, the wit- EMINENT SCIENTIST DIES LONDON, Aug. Norman Lockyear, eminent scientist, died at .idmouth yesterday. Joseph Norman Lockyear was a ;reat rugby player several years ago. He held academic degrees in Glasgow, and Edinburgh, Cambridge and Sheffield and Oxford. EX-PIIEMIER'S NEW JOB 'MONTREAL, Aug. Lomar former premier of tho. province of Quebec, has Joined the board of the Shawinigan Water and Power com pany us a director. STOWAWAYS ASPHYXIATED NEW YORK', Aug. Two stow aways aboard the French line steam ship Niagara which'arrived here yes terday from Bordeaux were found las1 iiight asphyxiated by fumes ot disin fecfants In one of the sWp'a vontflat ors where [hey are believed to have hidden to escape.detection Ifnor eMered port: -The ventilators were closed when'Iho ship was fuml g.ited at quarantine, but Uio presence of the men was not discovered unti after she had docked. N. B. FARMERS WILL ORGANIZE ST. JOHN, N.B., 17 Tho farmers In session at Woodstock, N.B., last night launched a provincial campaign, for organization purposes, Car- lelon county geleclcjl officers for the United Farmers zallcm and arrangements were made for organization meet- Ings'in nil the counties of Ncv.- Brunswick. ness said, so the bandit searched Jones a second time. "While this was going on Areloff called to Akroff Inside to gel a move on. was questioned about stopping the train and when the searching was done AreloK backed j off the car, Bassoff came along the j side of the car and pointed hla revolver i at them. Saw Basscff Only Once. Mr. Hickie only saw Bassoff once during the entire affair, he told Mr. I nice, during cross-examination. Bass-1 off came along the southslde of the i -ar and Mr. Hickie only got a gllmnso f something he took for The i rain was standing still at the time.! Mr. Hickie uhly saw Bassoff as het asscd the door of the car. The wit- ess was watching the man on the auk who had him covered. The ext ilme the witness saw Bassoff was when the train started. At that lino Bassoff had the rear of the train overcd. "When Bassoff tired a shot s. the train pulled out, Mr. Hickie nought Bassoil's gun was pointing own the side of the car. 'At any rate he witness was sure the gun was iot pointing at htm. As Areloff ordered the train to go ahead, the witness said, Conductor, ones stepped In the car to pull the 1 ord and he followed 'him. As they I ;ot inside the witness heard a shot and he testified that Bassoff fired the; ihot. Ho admitted that he did ioG any smoke or flro from Eassoff'a gun. He was tnisling a great deal o sound and he also sal-J he saw lassoff's hand shake from the dis- charge. William MacLeod, C. P. n. survey- or, working out of Lethbrlrtga, was the next witness, Mr., MacLeod told oil ieeing Akroff, the b'andit who was lat-[ er killed In Bellevue go lo the front; of the smoker and holdup Conductor' Jones. Everyone was chased Into the day conch. Arelnff went through the trula and ,ook money oft the passengers. The witness did not sec Bassoff until the prisoner got (o the rear of thfl tr.iln.' Mr. MacLeod testified that Bassoff. dred a shot as Iho train pulled out.; Tho bandit's gnn was pointing in the general direction of the trnln, Mr. MacLeod testified, under cross i examination, that Mr. Staples had his! hands up when the train started. The witness.swore that ho (MacLeod) was i able to.see Bassnff ns the shot wns. fired. MacLeod said Staples was look-; InK west when tho shot was firrd rif-j ler the Iraln started. Tho paid all bandits were off Ihe train when the engineer started [or Crow's Neat. At the conclusion of Mr. Klenco, Counsel MacDon.ild closed the case for thn'.cr.own. Bafwofi was tho usual warning. Mr. lUce declared tho prisoner had nothing to pay. Mr. MacTJonald asked 'for his committal lo a higher court. This wfls dond and Ihe iwo charges of mur- der were read. incorrect income return. After being connected with tho Bank of Montreal for forty years, A. t1. Angus, manager of the Regina branch, will reside jn'Vicloria, D. C, Colorado's delegates to the U. S. national urohlbilon convention were instructed tb call for prohibition of :he sale and manufacture of tobacco products. Equipped with two heads, four arms aiid. four legs, but otherwise perfectly formed, a child has just been born to William and Marietta Good man. It Is more economical to have two pairs, of shoes than one, said an orthopedic expert'at Washington. It Is also better tor the feet, too, ho declared. ,_ The site of the Grand Union Hotel, New York, has been soli! lo a real estate operator for It Is on lhe_corter of Park Avenue and S-'orty-se'eond street. At Rockford, III.. Mrs. Alice Holt, wife of the minister of an African Methodist church, sued .for J5CO dam- ages because-she was refused ser- vice In' a local ice cream parlor. John A. Musgrovo, a prominent farmer of BolsscYfun, Man., died from the'results Ci.heingi caught in front of the binder' in harvesting his crop The horses ran away'and dragged him before the knives. Premier Oliver, of British Columbia, after his trin'to trict, says he is convinced .of tho 'necessity of linking up the- Pacific, Great Eastern railway, and the. E.. D. i B. C. railway. 1__ Senator Gideon Robertson, min- ister labor, is authority1 for the died mon iii'lhe coal iifJds of Alberta, j where miners are nald acd ers ?5 to per day. i nev. Peter Bryce- secretary of tha 'referendum committee and formerly pastor oV the Earlacourt Methodist church, Toronto, is to be chairman of tho newly formed Mothers' Pension, board of Ontario. The two women nembevs of the board, whlcluconsists of five members, are Mrs. Adanl Shortt, of Qttawa. and Mrs. William Singer of Toronto. i The' sequel to -the recent roundup ot rum ruDue-6 in the district south' west ot Swift Current came nt Hat- ion when two export liquor houses there were fined each by J. Heuiexway, justice of the peace. Al- thouiii o! Hquer- wss seized, by inspector Stewart and'his squad.-only the actual liquor sold was ordered confiscated by the court. The road map of Ihe sky for all Canada is'la the making; 'in fact it is nearly complete and will be. pub- lished by the Air Board within a day or two, according Colonel. E. F. Scolt, director-ln-cbief of civil avia- tion. This map will covsr every route laid out within iho Dominion. One'of' its most Important features is that it will be drawn to deal both-with clril. and military aviation. ,_ Found guilty, of violating the On- tario Temperance Act by being In sesslon of half n pint ol whiskey, Wil- liam H. Brown, a Ml.clilgau Central fireman, of St. Thomas, collapsed when Magistrate Me'ars at Windsor, warned him that the offence was pirn' Ishafcle. by a 'minimum fine, ot and six months Imprisonment v The magistrate 'deterred sentence and Brown was carried from 'the court statement that at the moment.Hhere are vacancies for at leastr'sii hun- You'll Be Surprised At ,lhe pleasure-a -Vlctrola lu Ihe'home w'ill give you." Music taste. for every Victrolas upwards. Sold en terms. easy Wo can sell yau cvory Record njade for the Victor. Ask for Big Free. Catalog, list- ing aud describing every 'Victor Record. Balrr.Wal Block Homo of the -bushels to tho acio, Oats will bo a e, tf LAKE WINDERMERE CAMP this, eummcr roughing in an ideal you have a beautiful log cabin with every modern convenience. ri r- Plair now lo stay at Lake tho eandy beachca of Lake .Winder-mere, Britiab Columbia's love- liest warm, water mountain the heart of Canadian' Hockicfl, 1 Rcat or you want Swimming boating, hiking, motoring EoH, dancing, and many otner favorite pastimes. Ask the nearest Canadian'1 Pacific agent for full Belter mako arrangements now, TlirouKh Sleeping Cara from Calgary on Train No. 1 nt a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays, returning same day f-am Wlnclfrmoro. Car placed for occupancy at Calgary frovious evening. J.GORDON TICKET, AGENT, PHONE 612 Tho regular army nt prefiont is anproxlmaleiy short of the maximum strength of If so it is not necessary, Have your feet fitted with propai; appliances for relief and then treat them properly with Dr. Scholl'a "Tliree Necessities" 'and you will Jiave comfortable easy feet and your rheu- matic pains will leave you. Appliances for All Troubles, Ask To Ba Filled Shoes For All J. Nelson Go. Sharlock Building cso ;