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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Bcccinbpr S, 1013 THK'I.KTHlHUl'HiE DAILY IIKHAU) Page 15 Qeiicious flrawing Qualities" OFERETD SANE THE TEA OF STERLING WORTH BLACK. MIXED CREEM-SealMl rate ftMpte GOT ALt. THE LAW ONTARIO -'-MAN'S. DEATH _ "'i Fiu nessy and Ilosllng sjieul I w Itlaye liVn'tlng anil" shooting" but near iClenlily. B.C..tl.ls week anO were well iie-A'arJeil. to: (heir trip iiiip the moun- jlaiuB, Kihrjessy procured three fine j lucks, all Uie law allows, two of which lie thot tbe first day, the larg- est one wpEghlng about .185 .pounds. Jtoslliij; procured DUG jitediunv sized deer. Jt was Ms first trip for gime this kinil, and pleased a nice deer on iiis first slipt that he Old not remain to get his rfull complement. Jack Kitmessy (n- -.tends goicg out shortly on a cougar jhunt, for.ivJitcb..lie. of iljcst thoroughbred" flogs l.rthe conhlry hey "report! waist deep on mo LJU tain sides. west about Iwp apo fron: Sar- uia, to reside vijilv.lilp. daughter, and Mr. iturgofis. who was la charge of Ihe acd Devel- opment Co. For the past (our years he had Ltiun a sufferer from rheuma- tism and ouEcer. and only a few ago came out ot tbe hospital after a successfu] operation, in wjitch MS right leg vas amputated. For a time he gained, and Uie aid of crutches got around nicely, (111 kidney (rouble set in, when his days were uijittbered. Deceased was a of the Loyal Orauso Lodge atid tho Itoyal UtatV. KiilgMs of Ireland. Ho was In his COtli a. Prosby- erian, and In politics a Conservative. n torment took place In (.'ranbrook n 31 outlay afternoon, on the arrival tho Iraln from si one o'- lock, Fire broke out at tlie noon hour O'JL unday in Ihe icsider.ce gld on "which" Rev. Mr. Cameron's Knox Church un the of Election "I am a titlieu of no mean ras tbe from which tbo Itev, Mr. Catneron smke last night at 'Krfcx church the llieme "Ideal Citizen There are two component tforUinE lo-ihe which for Ideal -No wader how miserable (he city may be, there is'a centripetal force which1' draws every .clUzeu to his own city. TUis foundation, of patriotism, and nine of religion, but alone It incau the ileftruitiqa of all aflrancc- JJoU Nafe Is giving a charity hall jit the auditorium on December 25, [lie inoctcds of which wlU go to talile institul.oiis. ladies of -he tlly who will .sell tickets for this 'iMl will be; given." votes to r "each sale, the Tvjnnpr receiving a 'prize the night W.tlie bally Manager- Johnston ppeued the skat- rink season this week-end. lie weather1 being Just cold enough to jieep good-Ice." Everylhtpg points to most successful season at the rink, '4 u.d 1 1 e various ci 1 y hockey teams .'ill soon In organized, 'l gomes drawn up. Curling has nlBo commenced, the ftiree sheets ice being in good con- litEoD, 9 -Mrs. J. Alchibon and Mrs. Har- jhaiv. 'we are glad to report, arc doing :icely nc v "The-riS Will, however, ,ii all contest... n -Mayor A. C. Bowness made an auto jiobllc" trip to BuU itlver on Salur Hanson Is Installing in tils gar on Xorbury avenue the r.eces ,iry equipment for .sullying his gar and his restaurant tn.lhe llanson "ock will.'electricity. ...It.Ja staled ho the entire ,janaoa Queen's and Canad hotel, which adjoin his property ,cannot- be confirmed: IChjef..Dow .returned jght'frbm a few days' hunting, anil on Saturday, after a iiunt for big game. ,flie Brotherhood of flnllroad Train "en haro an order, .for live o'f turkey, which used at thtf supper to lie sep'eU th ;ht of Iheir'lhirteeDtli annual, held in auditorium on Xes Mrs. F.-W ufday morning from aye contained i'romyl ar- al 01 tVe finj'-, brigade 'feaved (he, and It was ev- lugutBhefl Depart me ni'a hand, limps y The'fotal the Public- tid South (f Noveralier' was be tlie which teRdf drawf hUii from confined ihutiglits, giving'.him' Ideal, fvnd pQiiUiug out to'him faults :of his own city, not'with a tendency (O'mako him a but rather to make him a avmpaUielic critic, .eager" to locate the wrongs with-a viewJLo setting them fight. On'tiie other hand, enid the Hev (ianiorou. there is the danger o joins too far away from O'Jr own Im OFFICERS DESCEND UPON VLS'riS London, Def. KollowiDg the pro-1 cfimalion against the importatioia'ot arras into Ireland, an No Importations From United Slates Necessary This Year THOUSAND A "WEEK Kpglish customs oflu-ials u6on- Ulster. Every little seaboard lown and port-in north Ireland.-has and all ate on "a 'tjutst Toe atnis. "The haul af Belfast subsequently handed over.'to' signees, and it is; imdersloofl" llie Around for so .doing Mas that the arms had from Bitm- Paid Out by One Firm to the Farmers and Others (or Poultry mo IT' i lime Yet TO IIAVK'YOUH PHOTOS MADE BB- I-OKl- UIIR1STMAS See slioy case ihis Fiiio port- raits at live ilolliir.s per up 0 iii- ad points beauty ol' iiiiisli and taste in Make an appointment lo sit t'oV-'iLs this week. T photographs embody all the iinprov- niiits inul exrel in soft ligJitiiig'-cft'ccts, Allison The Photographer In. Your Town LETHBRIDGE ingtiaiu prior ofamaltion. A ilelaiacd issue D! Ifce pro- mVi'uition- lEniporatily f- ciglil-iiicc cases for a.b Ideal. .-There has heen, espe dally in this Yveslern country, toe miU'h fiiunis about, exploiting and travelling' op a Irngcnt. Tho Ideal citizen the one who can combine Ae. lartment'1 at Victoria, asking for a icw bridga across Uie Kooten'ay riv- er at Wasa, IB being circulated and well signed.' The cbuncil.will sljorliy be petition- ed to construct sidewalk on Kooteuay Direct from I'uli- ic school. i P. DeVero Hunt lea'ves this week ror Toronto, lo spend Ihe Christmas lolidays. Patmoro Bros. sre. inBtaliing the leflticg and..- nluniiiiJg' in t'lbe. new iiool at Jaffmlv B.tX Her. Dunbam has.accopteJ tho to'5jreuia.b-.r .for tlie yeiVr as pastor of Meth- odist chuitjH befe. Mrs. G. B. -wmtsile.t Thursday for Cana, on account seri- ous G. gree: The ideai citizen two duties lo the community in -which :he lives. It he-sees any insututlon that tends toward the deslrucliou of -the clly. nnd that has proven to be a-; menace earh ball cail- ridges, containing 400 iifles. 'These had been rtpilarly con- signed to licensed gun and ammuni- tion dealers. to tbe rtminuDits-, .it. is MB, 'duty to I give notice ot tlie. ,1 J or-Tra-ninr, Deceraber 3, Mrv.and.-Mrs, J. D. Gilmour, A- battle agalnH It. and it is his. duty td enlist the. support and help of bis fet- I'ttv' clliz'etis." "No citizen .lias the right to complain of they, until life has done pow- er to-transform them Into the condi- tion in which he thinks they.ought to be, and every citizen was urged to- exercise bis or her franchise in favor" [of whoever they thought in the right. The rev. gentleman commended ev- ery voter as.a true citizen'who put Ms 'an ot- any to be rieM....." "Society eaid DecT Tfi "rtaUir Union is. voting Cock ratuTiie C.- A. poison, where. they were In Rltendance at the meelinij of'ihe executive "committee of the' Synod', O. spent jtth 1 AKLCJTWIDOW fp-nc'iliatlon scheme, ag teed, the men the cotnpanied iiiter the sjrike ol 18Il.'''The result will hot be made tnown until tlie middje-'ol nefeniher and then, ii it is in tlrf affirmative, a yearViioti to- be fivfn'the companie., "Nevertbeiess, tht arid com' paiiies are looking tptway'd totit witli axgreat deal niisisd witli tnlsriviiigs. would VH 'to Iheiela- l'c'orapanles and their emploveajMi- Vtf. ivhole the conciliatibn'.bofftls have worked well iipr out of' a total o! 319 settle 204 were- reached by- mutua lSiiiiig to'the.f aiifsraent the. assistance o rcderaptlon of the vorld; It la S. sort of citizenship lo vorld; lot stoken, that is making Ibe grehtest nien ls lch I Tie complaint o demand on o-Jr religion today, r.nd tt lies', vliti each oiie of us (o n deliberate parl iiV IhS'tranBlprmation of Hits city.'-' In passing, Rev', dlr. Cameron Lynchburg, Va., con- fined to bis bed In ij liospjlal 'here con- valescing from an operation for ap- pendicitis, prom- inent" throughout Canada, and Mrs. Whltehead of-AtlanU (3a., were Bishop Bev.e'rii'y' D. Tucker of tho being tho. celebrant. The weeding was .sched- uled to at- St. Thomas' Church, City, but by strange-fate ji'r. Evans was taken III on a so'uthcrn railway train.1 and "was.taken off'hero for art operation at tho .of. his J bride. After the operation Mrs. Whllehcad came here from Atlanta, and tvas al- most his .bedslilo 'until the marriage was celebrated. She will remain with! him Mill he Is able to leave the libsiuul in. about ten dayi. Mrs. Evans was Ihe widow of an attorney ,'at'Kno'irlllc, Tenn., who later went to Atlanta, and while titled 'tvith manufacturing interests became Immensely wealthy. .She be'Oha 6t the weallhlesi womea of tho aontli, her fortune he- fng estimated at fs prominent in Canad; Ian politics Just now, being a candt' date for tho Canadian parliament In the South Wellington riding. Pres- ent at tbe rharriigo iverc Mr. and Mrs. Grace of Toronto and tho two sons'of itie arc stndneW that Uie press of ihe country- had a great part lo play In-banging rnore'of the.bright.ev things of life to Itghi. Newspapers, too anxious to bring" tbe r'ordlif 'and phases of our natlonal-and civic life, and a little backward In showing up the bright side, which exists in every chairman are cliosea invariably Irnm the ''capilalisl1' class and that they favor the companies as against the workers. However, the real -object of those wlio desire io abrogate the agreement is-lo obtain recognition of the union, yrliidi has gamed enormously in metn- tefship since'the -iloVftl Commission drafted, the The .comniissirfn pronounced jdetlnitely against the, hecpuse the companies would not per- mit of inlpryention between thorn- selves and tlicir inch on Hie Eubjcct case. "There is more o'f good In the o[ and roanasement. It is world than any said..he. "and we should "think on whatb'ver'IS honest, true, lovely, and of good Te- ort." There was a large attendance at the ervice. and the sermon made a splen- td impression. The music furnished the choir was exceptionally pleas- ng. f BE Ml EN'S FRIEND CABINET _____ lor Bnt. itect IW. i .Ottawa, Inlerett- Inj ll whin the cab- Inet rnrfinlzatlon does take will be Includlaf p. D. Kttt, pro- Evening Journal. Mr, turden and Mr, ROM are frltndt, Mr. WM wlih Prime Mlnlttir cfurlni! the graater tart day at'Hut Springs, Vie- Mr. RDM would tit for pi- fawa. A, E, Frlff, M.P., th'ear for local-. consumption. things hare changed. hay uot- beeu oufi dressed or live chicken, lur-. tey, goose or duck liila year to dnte. The Christmas trifle, Tch'lch lias shown great increases pvpr last been-sppplled home raised produce, that was aent out try list year, hai rerriained'a'tlhaife 'Actual available, but .Mr. ShaV, the local .P." Burns plant, that from 200 lo 100 live chickens" turkeys raised In' the south 1y, have been" purchased by him ev'erj. day since tlie extra1 deinaiids began to be made. This means approximately JlOOO'a week paid out to Southern Alberta for nuultry alone..' ,To Double Plant Some we'eVs 'ago Iliis tablished a poultry house in city? They reckoned that one expert pou'- trymau could handle all of the killing that -Was to be done, never realizing the amount of poultry' that there 'was In the country. They planned to buy all of-the local, birds alive, preferring io do all oi'tneif illling." At Ul4 nisent time there are. lire esper't men engaged in this house! doing noth ag else but dressing poultry, and thfy re liept busy all the '.line. Mr. Shaw that' It jjwlll be'jiecessarvrf'o ouble the'c'apacHy'of ntxl ear, in order to cope with the'ever ncreasing supply from the farms lose.at hand. Diffirer.ce Due to .Methods AsVdd' as to why the company pre- 6'i n" killing SI f: Sliair tcok the Herald up nto the ccld storage plant and show- d him the why. One glante at the jlrds dresseil iu the plant, alongside hose dressed on the farm, was suffl- lent explanation, without any words rom Mr. The former were and clean anfl attractive. It is his last quality "that explained why he prefers to pay 22c per ibund rather than 12 or liic for a bird lillled onUhe farm. :The latter utter tliaB the former, except so far as quality and quan- ity of me-at is concerned, but they ace put ngi in a more, attractive -and ileanly manner. They all come frotn .he same -place, -namely the Alberta rarmyard, but there Is ah infinite dif- 'c-rence in tiielr appearance on tb> countor, or-in the cold storage roctd. The aasertlon that the farmers could rqaVe tv.-ice what tiicy :of their poultit, if knew now ..to dress ,liem, ii one that can afttr io The farm jo far-inferior thai the coroparliOd .18 truly oJJpus. tho birds .are spotted and discolored and are 'not thoroughly plucked. In rnahy caMs the heads and are taken off, a pracljse, which greatly detracts from thejrvappearance. Their crops full, and- the shin Is. broltefl in due (o scalding picking. In casf of the plant- dressed Ih'iy are exactly the opposite In every particular. They are dry ticked, and the skin Is Intact and white. They are thoroughly plucked, and the heads and feet thoroughly cleaned, and remain attached to the! bodlci. There are no 1 and the flMh Ii firm and smooth. There Is, a. difference all Ihe way ftrMijh, and It leaves one .devoid of Wilder, that they .can eonmaod a price counter, 10 or 15 cenU In excess of the farm Wiled hirJs. Mr, Shaw says there Is no.reason' why the farmers cannot-dress well as anyone. -There are nd special fa- cilities necessary. 'All tfeal Is needed is a little education along the right and the company are doing all in their power lo spread tbe Infortna- lion thay. would much' Hafcet" rectiro thtlr supply' already dressed, it lliey could be !-re of .unl- foroilly aitd quality. How It Is Done -There are two or three essential principles which Mr. Shan- lays town is absolutely IndespenslWe. The birds for lulling- should first be .fat. When ready lo market they should be stan'- eii for three days, In order to empty Uieir 'cropd. and eliminate tlie drings of tue.fk-Eh. Their heads should never1 be amputated ln_ klllttLg. The proper .way :to_klll ie to pierce the .rjrjuiywlth a sharp knife, running tlie h'ljdo up the bill. The blood is thus draVn to the head where" It Jed liy "the cotnpan'y' in the conslruc- Londuji. IJct. turbines for ihe new Cunsrd "lirie'r VAquitania." which l.lOU'tpns.arjd are tiie largeat ever constructed, com- prise the-latest Ideas-in-raarioe en- gineering; Thousands of pounds were spcnl in- use has IBB experience gain- should always be (lone wilhoiil scalding. Dry picking as easy as any. other method, and Insures smooth, while skin- surface, In jfacltihg tUe iiead should be.doubled-back under tbe body, aa feet- In no case be cut' To add to of- the bird, wrap- feet In tissue paper if thqae general prin- so'wed >ir. Shaw guaran- feii birds will command Ihe vefj'-Tifghest price, provided of course Ihal'they arc In marketing condition before killed. PANADA'S LOAN FAKING .ion.and [mining of theit other tur- une ships, tho "Lusi- and. ".Maurelaaia." In the- case pt'lhe "Atjuitania" an exception- ly high degree of cror.oiuy is rnain- lained by passing steam successfully through high pressure, intermediate and low pressure, to the instead oi-as formerly, di- rect from high'_to'low .pressure. This cifsurcs both coal and water. A special -feature -'is the arrange- ment made for going'asiern. Each of the four prppcllcr'shafis has an inde- pendent tutbine for this purpose. Thero will he over a million turbine blades in -the engines, which, if placed em! lo end would reach more than HO miles. DOCTORS PROSPER London, Dec. seventeen the new Dominion of Ca- nada four, million pound 1 per cenL loan at 99, has been taken up by p'uh- lic- subscription, per cent, being left with the underwriters. Rumors of a poor pirblt'c'response' hare -been rife since the lists closed.. .The previous! gpvcrnment loan In October was for (Iii.6o0.00p. 43 per cent, being taken up. by the public, and.-57 per.cent. left with.the under- writers. '-When the'Imn'-was floated, it-immediately went to premium, to discount. This is the price today. Canadian "issues are corres- pondin'Blv- weak. 'No'colonial rnent-. loan-.has -been .fuliy-subscilbj'l for fhc last eighteen months, and see- ing that a lot of new loans are talk- ed about, Canada perhaps did well to get in with her most recent ap- plication. Measure They Brjngi Rich Grist to th's Medlcir'MIII London, Dec. Tho laroeots of lha medical profession when Mr! 'Lloyd- George introduced his state insurance bill that they would be ruined has'had remarkable refutation by the logic of facts. So yell are the doctors doins that It Is now impossible lo find mc-di- cal men who will accept public ap- Iioi.ntruenls. Indeed, the government Is to be asked, .when parliament re- a3sembles, to. appoint a commission to enquire into: tbe eilVaordinary shortage of doctors .willing to. accept. biic. pOE.itionsr Posts, which a year ago' brtiught'-fifly have now been 'advertised for 'eight months without a single reply, plte the- fact that the aalarlet have beer, doubled. FOR SALE 5.-. Two Real Live Buttin-skies well broken Angora. Goats, one Billy and ono Nannie. (ho things for a Xinas Present for children.1 -First, conic, first ser- ved. Batgaiu if-.fakcn quick. Deliver when desired. ROOM 7, STAFFORD 1LOCK. P. are not election all-wool, long hair- ed goats, the real thing for the kiddles, young, frtsXy, and full of bulls add frolic.1 Trees Trees J SulUbk for planting In Southern irt-lHtnt kupplltd (he British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd. OF VANCOUVER, B.'C., ALSO Small Fruit Plants, Shrubs and Roses Trctf far Lawn, for tr Oartfen, all af tht Uu.lity and Hardy. A RILIA1LE MAN WANTED TO SELL FOR Wrile Jor full information to 7th Avenne West, Vancouver, ;