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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHIJRIDGE DAILY. TIES ALP Wednesday, August 21, a-Booth at the Fair, Or a House? If So, We Are After Your Meat Orders for Fair Week Have made preparation for ..for these in Quality, Quantity and Variety of Meats. All this meat .was bought on the hoof for cash. be dressed in our up-to- date slaughter-house where it is handled in the most cleanly manner possible, and it will be chilled immedia- tely after killing. This puts .us. in a position to serve you with the very best meats obtainable in the West. If you want Cooked or we have the best. Our Brookfield Butter is the best in Alberta. Our Eggs are guaranteed to'be strictly fresh. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Get Your Lunch the menu 'service and prices are rlglit. You can 'set a good square cooked to the King's lasie at Coaldale Blk., SthSt Chop Sney, Noodles ami other special dishes. No long waits. Open Day and Night INCREASED DEMAND -FOR AND FLOUR Ottawa, Aug. the course of his latest report to the Department of Trade and Commerce. Mr. J. T.'Ltth- gow, Canadian Trade Commissioner at Glasgow, predicts im; increased de- mand for wheat, and--flour from Can- MINNEAPOLIS LOSES GOOD CITIZEN .Minneapolis, Aug. Jla-r- ,tiu B. Ko'cn, lawyer, financier and civic betterment worker, died shortly after noon today at bis home here. He had .been ill only a and. the'eml came as a surprise. He was a millionaire, and is survived by a widow and one brother. Big Reductions A properly furnished kitchen is just as important as the.nice things in Ihr parlor mid they cost a lor less. ,Xol only do'llicy make plp'n.sitfc instead 'of -a. dri'uljrery, but Mioy make evorvlJiiiifi- so add to the enjoyment, of every memlierol' the family three times a-day.. We have tin ware and granite ware for the kitchen. Ail-are new goods and many are recent that save time ami do better cooking. The entire stock offered at s big discount'at-our enamel ware sale. C. W. Gray The Best Hardware House ASTOR BABY IS MOSTJXPENSIVE ATTENDING PHYSICIAN, IT IS SAID WILL GET A DAY FEES New York, Aug. repqrts are true John .Jacob Astor VI. is the most expensive baby ever born. Gosaip in the medical world'is that Dr. Eflwia Bradford Cragin. who' is responsible for the safe advent of the baby, is receiving J1000 a1 "day while ia attendance on Mis. Madeline Force Astor and her young son. It Is esti- mated that ihe doctor will get a fee of about before his services are ended. Dr. Cragin left his country place, the Colchester, Conn., and took up his residence at the Astor mansion Sunday, Aug..4: .John Jacob Astor VI. made his appearance Wed- nesday, Aug. i-K It is expected that Dr. Cragin. will remain a member of. the'Astor house- hold until early hi Septembei for Mrs Astor Is anxious that her- son .shall he correctly started on, a healthy and hearty career ami that she herself should suffer no relapse. The chances are Dr. Cragin wilt "he in constant at- tendance for nearly six weeks. No union of royal blood, no heir to kingly throne, ever entered this world under such expensive conditions. RUSSIAN PRIVATE SHOOTS GENERAL Warsaw, Russia, Aug. Prince Nicolas Tumanoff, the com- mander of a brigade in the garrison here, was wounded in the chest today and one-of the legg of his wife. Prin- cess Tuiiionaff was shattered tiy bul- ets fired" by Private Powanski of the Russian army, who entered the Gen- eral's flat and fired several shots from his carbine. Several orderly officers who were in the room at the time alBo were wounded, but they drew their revolvers and killed Powanski as he was leaving. The motive for the crime was vengeance for punishment that bad been Inflicted on Powannki by his superior officers. FAIR HAD BIG CROWD FIRST DAY Turnstiles Register Attend- ance of Over Four Thousand ADVERTISING. MAN MISSING Winnipeg, Aug. Maxwell, advertising manager of the Farmer's Advocate, former publicity commis- sioner of Berlin, Ont., who only ar- ived here last'Monday wc-ak'to tnke p his new position, is missing, and (he police have been naked to aolve the mystery. Last Saturday he was at his place of business, and in the afternoon is supposed to have gone for a stroll in Assinfboine Park. As he had quite sum on him, the present theory is that he was the victim of foul pfny. CATHOLIC COLLEGE CLOSES Aug. St. Marie Monnoir College will not be-re-open- ed in In fact, it goes out of existence. -The priests of the lego Issued from SI. John the follow- ing brief note: to existing circumstances, we officially announce 10' the public that wo close our "college." It is signed by the priestn of the Monnoir College, and r.otmteriilsnen' by the secretary, Atv. M. CROWDS PLEASED Much Interest Taken in the Live Stock Exhi- bition Attendance.......... With the largest crowd which ever greeted the opening' (lay of a fair In the success of the exhibi- tion was yesterday placed beyond the confines of doubt. The above fig- ures speak eloquently of the final re- sults. Today the crowds started fair- wards early and there is no doubt that there will be an ever increasing crowd until the fair closes. There were some who went to the gate yes- terday and turned back, refusing to pay the' dollar admittance, and the management was strongly criticised (or. advertising the twenty-five cent admittance fee and raising; it at the last minute.. The directors, however, were able to show good having entered into'a contract with Barney Oldfield which made the higher fee imperative. From this on the admit- tance will be twenty-five centi and those who go" will get their money's 'worth and then some. There is much to describe it is difficult to de- cide where to start. Kvery depart- ment is so. interesting and has Us boosters that one is carried away with the excellency of the rattle exhibit until -he reaches the horse stables, and hears the lover c-r the equine race talk. By anri by- the sheep enthusiast arrives and pleasure and profit in sheep raising is expatiated on and the city man wonders where .he is at so far as making a, preference in Ine stock is concerned j V It Faiclnates Intensely fascinating subject The possibilities in stock raising, the strain in the horses and cattle shown, a'nd the vision given of the future of this countn to wheat raising is added a held of high grade cattle or fine horses, The money making possibilities of hogs ton are so great that the man who doesn't' live on the farm wonders why every, farmer hasn't a barn jard full of flfem expert says it pays to keep the animals bred in the purple and. that.two.high-grade animals are worth.half-a "dozen-scrubs as and- it .is in follow ing this line .of inquiry one; reaches a partial reason the average farm- er, is notmailing into stock raising, .lust'think of paying.from ?250 to for a cow and the capital required to .much talked-of mixed farming. A Sore Point And the Herald .man found farmers You will be Glad to Know For the Best HOME -'MADE BEE-AD' ASSORTED PIES'_ ,'FAXCy CAKES WEDDING Lethbridge Bakery f, McCAULEY, PROP. K.nn.dy "Ik. 13th St. N. J Whether you already iHI know of the "high quality of our ice cream, or whether you want ice cream that you are confident is made from the best and purest materials- that our Cream will be sold at B AT THE FAIR OUR POLICY TO BUILD UP A BUSINESS ON ITS MERITS IS DAILY BRING. ING MORE PATRONS TO OUR PARLORS AT SCHWEITZER'S OLD STAND. MANY WHO ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT THE QUALITY OF THE ICE CREAM THEY IAT FEEL SAFE WHEN THEY BUY FROM US. THE ICE CREAM NOT ONLY TASTES GOOD BUT IS GOOD. BUY YOUR ICE CREAM AT BOOTH NO. 4 MACALPINE KILLIEN PARLORS AT SCHWEITZER'S OLD STAND, THIRD AVENUB who were quite sore on the daily pa- pers for so constantly advocating tnixed farming. Some 'were of the opinion that the pan-ers were .trying to teach the farmers how to farm. That, they are butting into a sphere not. their own! The farmers say they quite appreciate the advantages of mlxftd farming., but where is ihe mon- ey to come from, and where is the stock to be By the time the newspaper man receives a dressing down of this kind he is (iiiite humble and pleads not guilty of dictating to farmers, hilt having1 merely tried in a hiimble way to hasten on the good clays coming when every farmer will make more money than is made by raising grain only. j Crack at the C. P. R. And these farm-era who come to ex- hibitions to see the best and hear the latest have other criticisms to make, arid it ig intensely interesting to hear! them roast C. P. R. It, is unite! the fashionable thing in the west to j hold the C. P. R. responsible for all j the evils, but the -farmers seem to j have some cause for complaint. The stock men say that when they did, raise cattle to ship 'to tho 'British! markets the railway company took j over a head for carrying them to j the sea board and .ihe business was s run at a loss. There wasn't a dollar j in raising cattle. It seems to tickle j soni-a farmers to rend of the C. P. R. magnates advocating mixed farming and they are wondering when the an- nouncement-of cheaper rates to bring cattle into the country isxgoing to be made. There is all kinds of talk in the HOTEL ALEXANDRA LETHBKIDGE European Plan1 Finest Cafe in the Westv Open to 12 p. m. Telephones in Every "Room; Free Bug to and from. Depot..- Individual bath-rooms. Wines, Liquors, etc., Served in. Cafe.'. Cal'o open till 12 p.m. Phone 717 Cafe Phone W. J. STOKES, Prop. J. H. gress would be made by night, Judging the Chickens In the poultry building Judge Bark- er started immediately after his ar- on the .neon train yesterday and stock stables at. ihe fair grounds !liade'considerable pro- LADIES! VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE AND WE MAKE YOU A PRESENT Of A USE- HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE, Ellison Milling Company not the least interesting is tlio com- ment on mixed farming and stock raising. It. takes rani: with the kind ami unkind remarks mode.-about the judges. Judging Starts There wasn't much progress mad a in judging tho live stock yesterday. A delayed train from Edmonton. inter- Wed ;with the judging of horses and it was started early this morning. The cattle judges got to work and about, j finished the Molstem and Jersey'class- There were several large exhib- itors in both classes nnd the judges j had no easy task In reaching riecis-j ions. Holsteins are a popular breed j and as general utility animals have; many staunch advocates. .1. G. Drew-j ry of Cowley, who is perhaps better; known as a breeder of Percheron hor- ses, has an exhibit and is a thorough t believer in -Holsteln. This is the j first time he has exhibited cattle at, a big fair and he is today the proud j possesser of five firsla and six sec- ond prixfift. Jersey's Leading Favorites As wns pointed out yesterday (here are several exhibitors of Jerseys and tho judges had to ocrafch their heads and look for defects in order to dis- tribute tho ribbons. H was a surprise to some to learn that JerseyH Bra so popular. They seem to be ''ie favorite wlih many -farmers who value them fcr the over Mowing pail df milk night and mornlnjr. A gobd -Jersey brings a fancy amount nnd the Alber- ta government has paid tribute (o them by buying a herd to be placed on one of, the demonstration farms. This morning ihe Judging wag ad- Ively started In all lines of Mvo slock and It ex peeled that good pro: gress. With over a thousand birds to handle and.examine he lias quite a task.' He pronounces the exhibit of the highest class.. Those who have been, around the circuit of the big fairs state that the exhibit is as Inrge as any with the exception of Edmon- ton, where there were nearly thousand birds sho'wn. There is much to ihe new poultry building, for beBMefl varied .classes of henis, geese, ri-i'cks and, turkeys, there fa a big display 'of. fnncy animals such an pigeons -of ijhl kinds, guinea pigs, and e white rats are shown. A coup 14 of prairie eagles from the City Zoo afe proving of general Jnterwt-ind iC is listen to the conjectures of thoni i familiar with the birds. Early showing of Fall Millinery T J A OA Tuesday, Aug. 20 and following days We will show our first Fall Millinery Newest Ideas in Trimmed Hats MISS CAMERON Hill Block upstairs 5163rdAve. ;