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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fiiday, August 20, 1913 THK LETHBBIDGE DAILY nEBALD Pagfe 5 Lumberman From Across Line is Greatly Impressed With This District CtiiNESEHK OE mil Peking, Aug, 28.~A crlsds was roaoii-6(1 here today, owing to tSie a'lrest of nine more raemberE of the Chinese parliament. Since bho procla.uatlon ot ^n^rtlal law lit the capital, arrestB summary executions (have been of frequent occurrence, eevoral of the victims being membors c� parliament. Many, of the dop'jitJos have departed for th� Boath in foair for tholr lives, and the assembly of the parliamentary quorum .has been prevented oni numerous occaslone, owing: to rumors that tiho police Intended to make further arreats. The senate today pas�9d a motion delegating the speaker and deputy-speaker to visit P'rovlslonal President Yuan SM Kal, and aek ,hlm for an explanation of the arrests and alao to Inquire whether he still desired to WILSONS^ Use tjieiri outddc, in or near thts 'f;^.i,'bagc; barrel, as well as in tJje liouae or ttore. All Drw^'eists, Grocers anH General Storekeepers , Wilson's ?!y P.~ds, govern China with the i.elp of the parliament ci- not. At the sanle time the senate resolved not to sit again If the reply of Yuan Shi Kai- proved unsat-IsfactoiT. The lower house passed resolutions In a similar strain.- "Vou have a wonderful country all around Lelhbrldgc, and it surprise.s me,'' said D. C. Neafus, a mill man from, the Pcnd Grille country in v^astcrn Washington and Idaho, who spent ye.stpnlay in touring by auti) the country north of this city in company with Secretary Finlcy, of the Associate Board of Trade. j\lr. Neafus, besides operating a large lumber mill at Locke, Wash., is the owner of the largest deposit of tlie linest, quality clay found on tirs continent and is building a $50,-OOU factory at Medicine Hat for the manufacture of porcelain goods. He asserts that lie will revolutionize the insulator business through manufacturing one fi-oiu clay that will be superior to those made of glass, and will carry llie highest volta;iC wires, while at the same time costing much less. "I had heard a great deal about Lethbridgc Leforu 1 came i-.p to Alberta some months ago, but this is | the first time I had an opportunity to pay a visit to Lethbridge, and I was induced to do so by friends in I Spokane, who urged mo to visit 0. T. Latlirop and Mr. Finley. I am more than surprised, and I want to say frankly that Lethbrid;.:,e is th^ prettiest and the best city I have seen in Western Canada, and it cer- ! tainly has a great future in store,,| You have more j)Usiness here today than any of the others, and your people all look happy, contented and prosperous. There is one sure, thing they are all optimists, and that whit makes a town grow. "I came up here just to look around, but, as I was leaving, a man down in Idaho made me an oiter of j a trade of some ot his property up j ..s;ar Albion' UidfjC for some of mine | in Washington, and while I iiad not given the matter a serious thought I ! want to say that after I had made a ' trip to Uowville with Secretary Fin-ley and had seen the land and the property all around it in excellent, crops, I wired an acceptance of his' offer. It is thD best land I have seen. The soil is just like that of northern California, and it will grow almost j anything if it is handled properly. It wants to be worked, and worked, and it should bo plowed deeper than some of your farmers plow it to get the best results. I shall return in a few i days, and see that tl:c oats cn the place, nart ot which have beten cut, ; are tliroshed, and the straw balsd tor I making hog houses for the winter, and 1 am going to go right on to that land and plow it as deep as I can and harrow it right after the plow. Next spring 1 will give it another turning over, too, and when I put a crop in there it will grow, yen I bet. I believp in the conservation of moisture, and while I have farmed a great deal and in a good many places I want to say that the best chance in the world tor a good, livej farmer is right here in Sou.thern Alberta. Going Right Way About It "I come from Kcntucliy, and down there they know how to raise some lilue grass and other th'njs, end thiy ^ farm their land tor all it is worth,' and do not run it out or leave it Hie ; and every other thing. Land wants to be worked.' And wh:n I work land j I don't plow a part ef it and leave the rest idle. I shall put every inch I at that ICO acres right under the' plow, and thall begin next we;k, too. i If the cold weatlicr holds oS Ion?' enough 1 may turn it over a second' time this fall, and then disc it be-' fore drilling in (he spring. I shnll probably put it into barley, tor it is land just suited to grow the plump-cist and whitest barley, and srome of your folks, who have been capturing prizes for barley, \s'i!l have somebody else to contend with next year, and I'll give them a good run for their money." ; Mr.' Neafus left for the Hat this morning, and will return the first ol ,the week, when he contompUtrs looking at a section of land west of Champion, which he has under consideration. Before departing he ex ; pressed himself as "dead scfcagainst! any let-hcr-go-gallavher larmcrs," 1 and would give such an illustration '� of farming nc.vt year lhat would tiv an improvement on a government demonstration farm. EMPLOYE US WORK That is View of Faithful Begg After Trip Through the West CROWN PROSECUTOR NICOLL Who may or may not prosecute Thaw, according to which way the legal cat jumps. Saskatoon, Aug. 28.-Coal deposits, vhich look very prroinlslng, have been Ji&covered aCiout a hundred miles west of Saskatoon, on the G. T. P. This morn'lDg, A. C. Tangedahl, a Montreal, Aug. 2.S.-"As far as I can judge the general situation in Canada is absolutely sound," said Ferdinand Faithful Begg, chairman of the London Chamber of Commerce and member ot the committee of the London Stock Exchange, who, alter a trip through the west tot purposes ot personally acquainting himselt with Canadian conditions, returned to the Ritz Carlton hotel yesterday. "You have got this black blot on real estate and since I saw you before I started for the west," said Mr. Begg, "the other weak spot seems to be in connection with the unemployment question. There is an appreciable amount of unemployment, i not in the sense that we know it in ' England, literally unemployment, the actual want ot work, but what you call unemployment, the unwillingness of the average man to work for the average wage. There are no signs of , unemployment here such as we know j of in England, and even in Winnipeg jX.which from time to time has report-ei'-. considerable surplus labor) I fbunrt no dearth ot work or unem- '''t'he flnarioi^I situation in London is.steidily iniproving, and as far as t'anadiaH ttiunl6ipaiiti?8 are concern- ' ed Lontfori is now quife.-4nclined- to consider aSy.reasonable propositions. I I find, however, Itiat.I-ondbn'Is still i diflerentiating a^aiiisij': Canadian ia-dustrials, and any "difficulties that~ may emerge here with regard to in- don market and tend to retard the restoration of confidence in Canadian industrials. homesteadei-, wi'jo ihas a land patent, _, , . , , � , , or 's property In that section, was I-^"^t-^y ^� '"'"j'^^/^ at thr* i&nd office, to file on another. 'xne prope-rty is adjoining Tramping Lake, sectlcn 20-36-20. The area. tJie coal was discovered in will be about 1.30 acres. Tangedahl_ tlie discoverer, was ac-conipaBicd to- the city this morning by G. Schaffer, who is promoting the scheme for develop,nient. The land the coal v.'as discovered on belongs to the C. N. R., and a mining right had to be oblalned before the mlnie wns worked. The property lies directly west of Saskatoon, and ahout fifteen miles east ot Kerrobcrt, and thirty-six mllea west of Blg^ar. The G. T. P. nuiB within a few miles of the find, from wliich a spur could be built Vrfhen the mine ie worked. To clinch t!ic property both the discoverer and the promoter got a string on It this morniing. Mr. Schaffer took out a mineral permit, and Mr. Tanse-dah! filed on a purchased homestead. A. C. Tangedahl, the discoverer ot the coal, has been prospecting In the locality for the past four or five years. He is well vorsed in geology, and from certain Indications he was sure that there was coal In the vicinity. The vein which he has struck conies toward the surface In the shape of an Inverted V, and along the length is from twenty inches to sixteen inches 111 wId.Vi at its narrowest part. Already Mr. Tangedahl has made experiments with the article^ and finds it burns vvith great 'brightnoss, gives off a good heat, and leaves little aE:he3. The proniotors calculate that on thirty a.nres there is an assured saim of $64.5,000 at $2.CO per ton. They ecials for Tomorrow LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE-Regular price 20c and 25c a pair; sale price Two pairs 35G LADIES KI.MONAS-Dainty (rimmed with em-broidcred edge, worth far more; sale price School opens on Tuesday, get your ciotlimg for your children To-morrow, Monday is a Holiday CHILDREN'S GREY LINEN COATS-Fancy trimmed with embroidery; worth $1.25. 75c Sale Price .,............................. DRESSES-'Very neatly made and nicely trimmed for girls', ages from 8 to 14 years. Worth 6!'4 CA $2.00 and $2.50; Sale price $1.25 and ... ' BOYS' BLOUSES^Just the thing for school, Cfl*� U from................................P CHILDREN'S ROMPERS-All colors; regular Cftg price 75c and 85c; Sale Price............... BOYS' WASH SUITS-In white, blue and tan colors, trimmed with pale blue braid, blue silk cord and brass buttons. Worth ,$2.50. i "JR Sale Price.......................... * I - 151 20 cents off every dollar's worth of Crockery purchased Furniture at greatly reduced prices at The Wikon Furniture Co. 416 13th Street North Lethbridge, WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY PHONE iW Goods Delivered to all parts of the'^My Free. 'til. W'f n. ROGER THOMPSON The man who was arrested at Sherbrooke for assisting Thaw to escape. Ho demands hio liberty on the ground that he is a native of Toronto and a Canadian citizen. TO REDUCE TIME Calgary, Aug. 29.-From Calgary to Edmonton In five hours over the C. P. R. Is what the road w511 endeavor to give the people in the near future, acccTdJng to good authority. At the fa.y thev can sell It in Saskatoon at PJ-esent t&me it takes seven hours to ' reach Edmonton from Calgary, but $8.00 per ton. THE A. NEW DRCCr/NO GOWN Whlc'.i in,7-y l:c I'sod a klmonr.. it Is very l=33|-nd cf llaht inatcrlal '.vlth a inv.'.t:-.\nti naar the joi.l.-.rn Treat:"ent h:'.s mad- Ufa v,-orLU whllQ ,-;::v.'i!,Tnlr, bul cr.mlnrtcs alii traces of I'lcoholio' p.^tsun 'ram Ih-^ syiL^cui. It i-' thoronKii in It.'j wot! , i.r.d leavi>3 no b d attisr t'tT(''o''r(]- Th".-i c b'-cauF-: ried'ci'Mi iij employed, noi :\vpoii-rm;c i.'-j-.'Ct'.o-nE. If you are ro' lUisf c-', ^v^ifcL ;, c; !e;'.ve the ln'.:tUii;1 1 V.-3 v.'ill 'w �. rgly : fund your morpy I'"r'to f--'- '.\ '('tk. I'currey to the ^'�f;' in!^t:t.-t(C!'.'" b" Tiiibirt V'nbbard. NEAL INSTITUTE rhonc V.'., IS'JCi n^C Ave. V.'cst, Cs:Dary,'Ai;);rta. ' this slow time can 'be greatly Improved on, and an effort will be made to land passengers in' the Capital City In two hours' less time. NURSE MASSEUSE iMANIGQ "Cannaught Beauty Parlors*^ Under the personal direction of Mrs. A. H. Allen, late of' Vancouver, B.C. Phone 1613 CONNAUGHT MANSIONS Suite Eiifht DIVED CLEAN THROOGH PLATE GLASS WINDOW fiflARTIN MALONEY SUFFERED BAD INJURIES TO ARMS, LE'GS AND SIDES Tihe value of fai-m animals, in the United States last year was $5,008,149, 600. Banti, Alta., Aug. 28.-On Wednesday afternoon Martin Maloney from Pennsylvania, while swimming in the pool, dived head first through one of the big plate glass windows that separate the warm pool from thfe cool one. He did not notice the glass, and thinking it was just an open arch, he took a run for a long dive int6 the clear water. ' The splintered glass- inflicted terrible gashes in his arms, sides and legs. Medical attendance -was secured, and he was removed to the Brett hospital, where he now Is. He. is reported this morning to be doing well and' spent, a good night. VAUDEVILLE HOUSE AT SASKATOON Saskatoon, Aug. 29.~W. R, Morri-: son, of Winnipeg, managing dlTector. of the Canadian Provincial Theatres, Ltd., the only Cainadlaai vaudeville;^ company of its kind, arrived to the city yesterday to estaiblleh a Jilgh-clasB vaudeville house In S�9kaUH�iv and add another link to his compoay'a chain of vaudeville theatres. FALL MILLINERY OPENING llairy Thaw'e cistcr and "gusrdlan ,-f:r�" v/Ao Mont lo Sherbrooke im medlatfly sfter his srrect. She tcok viii her $2:'GOO fcr preliminary lejj;;! extJr.cci In Canada. 3rd Ave. Zo. Showing all the New Ideas and Latest Styles Saturday, August 30th ALL LADiES INVITED TO SEE THE DISPLAY L& J.McLEAY I 9452 ;