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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. THE LKTH9RIDGE DAILY HERALD Tatre 7 ALBERTA DAY AT BIG CHICAGO SHOW Chicago.. III., S.-Tuesilar, Dec. Toe Traoscouiinenlal Co. 2 was "Alberta" day at United has an eihiuit shotting, the deve.op- SUtes Land Show al the Coliseum mint of towns iu the various prov- iii Chicago, and right well was the iccts oHVestern I'anada. Anson'g prbmtattLt Does Canadian Lay? Obligate the Foresters in Wisconsin State? Madison, Wis., w.trtct cau be tnlitfiy rep'jdiattd and Jay idebraWa by Alberlans jtpre- leiited at the besides a who were present on that nay w- act o. .t. the in the report made by .insurance de- partments of lllinoii, Nebraska and Wisconsin. Au examination ol the ILUICU at M.C ripyjll'vii, H r--------. n number of distinguished visitors from sides tlie Hon. Me. Marshall.and Mr. Ihc province, wtio catj-.e for the pur-! Hall, wm Dr. J, O. Uulber ord, su- jsose Ipeilntendent o! animal mduttiy and Tl.e day's program was topped oft agriculture for the Canadian 1 nith a unique prepared by railway's department of natural re- representatives of the provincial E. L Richardson, manager Euvcrimient exhibit 11 was in the Of the Calgary expositions; Iv form o! a concert by kilted Scottish Lewis, superintendent of fairs and, bagpipers, who plajcd In the govern--institutes and A. t-ulg, siipetiu-, 'nicnt exbibil during an informal re- tcndent o! provmcial demonstration ccption and then i araded auout the laims. hall and marched up on a big Betides the provincial governinenv built for Hie production ol "His- exhibit, which Is in charge ol watha" by a company ol Ojibway and Richardson and Mr. Atkinson, there Iriuiuois indiar.s from Canada. The is an Albtrta exhibit by the Indus- lattcr production was a part ol the. trial department city ol exposition program ur.onton, in charge ol J. 1. 1 ctl awl. During tlie day and eveniui; ad-' John C. Cnadn'Iclc, assislitjts to In-; drtsses were made liv the Hon. Dun- duslrial Commissioner Hair, wbile Iu Marstall utlnVlcr of igricultore each of Ihc principal Canadian suranw of UlKita; and railways al the "Position, the Cana-lit it is once iKosnized itrial commis- dian J'aciP.c. Trunk Pacific ance contracts issued enable the Independent Order of S-ialw. esters of Toronto to do wbal is Thjs societyi fcas a55ets an admittedly rfcenlly readjusted, al violaliou of the obligation _of a to contract with a minority of its i 000 members in the United Statss, is' question of importance i j of attempts -a lien averaging deducted from the poi'icies of the1 members, explained Ekem. A. memorandum sigced by Itufus affairs ol the Canadian organization I jj Poits, siipftiuteudnit of ii.suranci has been in process foi several: ol Illinois; W.'U. Howard, auditor, months. The; question raised is said 10( Nehriska, and Mr. Kktrs is al- to effect every person holding a Pol-jtiched to the report. It that icy of any hind issued by au insur-. aiteropted levy of this lien is void and advises the members ol the of lor the province (feore -SI. Hall, o! the city ol Kimonton. tlic Canadian Notliisrn, has a leure- 'I'l.e minister of agriculture made a senlalive exhibit bl Rralns and sross characterislically optimistic talk rs grown nl Wester ahoul tnc possibilities in Alberta, Canada. j1- u-liile Mr. Hall pictured the great On Alberta day the Canadian I'nci- agricultural opportunities there, fie railway gate away leather totoc-) which lie pointed out, have just Wen co pouches filled vilh grains. Undoes j touched. Nere distributed from tlie provincial "The- agricultural products of Al-'exhibit and buttons from the Cana- said Sir. Hall, amount to dian Northern ratlivtty. {IfJO.UOO.OOO 'annually, although only I One of tho fralures ol the provin- ttir.-e iicr cent of the.ncreagc is iro-lclal governmrnt exhibit is tlic piire proved or under cultivation. What can sheaf of oats with which Arthur Ver- ve expect when-th: remaining 07 per ry .of Catdslc.ii, won the first prize cent of this fertile soil is brought st the recent intcruational dry larin- uite H is a logical ing congress, also samplfs of conclusion that Alberta larm larids oats and barley grown 600 miles tollov.- ttie 1rfr.a ol (he middle north of the international boundary, ivest farms and increase in value There are also of oil from j many limes the present prices al.the new strite near Calgary, which "they a're'held." Ths Canadian Northern exhibit The -exhibit o'f thr. Grand trunk in chatge'o! John Wardrop and H. M. railw'ay ie in charge of Louis Kons Williams of the industrial department 1 of the'ir.dustrinl department. lof'tliat railway.-. U- Fear Serious Affect From I Treatment of the Hindus CONSERVATIVES WON B. C. BYE-ELECTION Vancouver, B. C.. Die. W. Fotttr, Connrvjtlve, wai lecttd al Saturday's bye-election In Utan4i constituency where a vacancy cauied by the eleva. tlon o( A. E. McPhlllips o Ihi; tupi-emc court bench.. Fciicr got W volfi; 265; Mjuie, (Ind.) 24! The campaign fought and there was quite a bit of betting en the re- sult. Sir Richard MeBriJe and several of' his mlniel'ers cam- paigned the dlltrlc-t. For many Folter has been deputy minister ol public viorkt In the government. :'SAN TOY Pressnled by Local Operatic Society. TO BE MADE UP OF DEFERRED LAMP PAYMENTS AND j SECURITIES S'J j-nr or f iSoiitrvah tjue. Dec. S. At ilie of board of din-ct- ol VacWte KaHw engage a prcmiSst-a thai the inter- c-si ihe note tciliricaies win bo tli .aU. atd that all of the a irusi fund I note be a nuniber of )lans are opcu .to it. Contain, held tuilai, a iuuu ihflr five value on or before -Mitch was cieattfJ. to be as "lue 1M4_ ,mt Uc reaeemed iu ___________j special iuveslmtnt furid." made up o! j drav.ings ul any lirae lobjfctionable' deferred payictnts gn land sales, and the trustees have funds in band for securlllca In vvlik-b tbe cash MocfiUlKilbo p'jrjwst. of Unil salc-j arc luvealc-d, lo lUo as- withdraM'al' herelofoie aoM. and ttifc Inter- Ililtois where it had Seat tliereou, aurt froui eecurities In While Iht examination v, as in pro- gress, the society-notified the ir.sur- lancc department ol its from Illteois where it members and from Minr.esula the proceeds of latid sales have Wisconsin where it has a total ol j members- Ultimately the quest ion musl Lc de- as trlislccs ot tbe fund. the memorandum u uas to [of the ordinary capita! stock of re-j cord December M, In propor- of fifty-five imltlcu dollata. The Hoi'al Trust Co. uf Monlreal Is 'fhc amouDls accrues from time lo :tuut from de.'erroti payments on been Invested, will be utilized uusues as far as may In: ueeysr- sary. or ivill be sup RIO en tod by company, i[ reouired. to effwt 'he i-aycxnt o' interest oa the note where pavmc-nt of (he ]irin- or before inaturtiy. DIES OF INJURIES Windsor, Out. 'journc1, nsc-rl C2, a C. T. P. employe. dlC'.l of injuries last London, Dec. by the'. Columbia, do not: realize, the iremen- Associated Fics's Irofn a'doiis effect their-3Uitude towards the colonial ofiice'could not and vrould lias more native'regular soldiers in not-'attempt to: interfere with the India, than in all (be other donnn- cmigution of Hindus into tlifti combined. Tb? .question of the mipione- -At the iame time, position.'m "the overseas do- ira'TeHers informant, or.c "of tho principal frel very strongly. The authorities, litepns (or consideration-at'the J South Africa and Hritish L imwrial conference. "DEBATE "AT -ForsstvUIe, Alta., Dec. Wed- n EEHflay last, December 3, a very inter- fl esting debate took place In tlie Forf si- ll v] Us schoolhouse, on the subjejct, that Devotion to Fashion I'r.a greater evil than the Tobacco JJiabil." Thc_persons for.lhe afflrm- "lattve vrere Cook, Muma, and for'tlie neKallve Jtrs. iMossom and .Messrs. Newton and Sin- The result was a victory for negative. Refreshments were af- sen'eO. The debate was under tho auEplccs of the Liter- ,iry soclntr, and many more Interest- 'ing events will take place later. Large crowds gather, to the ser- Jviccs here, and It tiie.v continue to jiucrcnsc we nhall want R larger Uniler the capable management of A. Muma, teacher of (he school, are moving and'Jt'fs 'ended at Chrlalmas lo have a tree ml eutcrtdlnineni for the kiddies. If Hair is Turning Gray, Use Sage Tea Don't look old! Try Grandmoth- er's recipe to darken beautify faded, lifeleM That bcaullfnl, even shade ol dark, glossy heir caa only lie hail by '-brewing a mixture of .Sage and .Sulphur. Your hair Is your cliarni. It makes or I fnnrs the face. Whim It fades, j turns sreri strenVeit nncl looks j dry, anJ Ecrnggly, just an application or, (n-o of Sage i ntid Suljjhur He appear- ance ft liimilreilfoM. Hon't bother lo prsparo the torifc; you can get from any drug store a FO cent, botllo of Sage anil Sulphur J Hair rt.Tdv lo use. Tills can always bo depended upon- to 'bring back tht nfttural color, thlekncas find lustre, of your liafr ami remove dandruff stop scalp llcliing and falling balr. Kverybody uses ''Wyeth'g Sage and Sulphur" because It i darkens naturally and evenly 1 that nobody can loll It lias bco'i applied. Tou elmpiy dampen a sponge or soft Vush with It and 4 drav.- tbla through the hair, Ink- one small Birand at a time; Jbj- morning Iho gray lisfr daa and afler another 1 application It becomes boaiitl- .1 fully dark and aprtsarif glowy, Irons and abuudanl. J. 1 t Llll, agents. Bow Clnly, Alta., Dec. Is it we cannot get a bridge over the river lu "this part of the country? The mall is delayed, and: we are prEcll- caliy isolated from the rest of Ihe norld. The farmers and residents of the town are.hotc-ing a mass meeting on Friday evening flrsl to petition tie- government. for a iiridge. Per- lapc we may get' II. We will lake Temler Anqtillh's'advice' and "wall ind set." .This community has suffered, ireat loss in the death of Jloore, sen., an old reeidonl of this district, who passed away- on December 3, af er n lingering illness. Ho was n pioneer, and at the memorial service which was held on Friday, December 5, conducted by liev. J. A. Sinclair, the community showed their heartfelt sympaihy to the relatives by turning out numbers, that the building WBB packed to Ihe'door with a large and representative com- pany. .Our Eympatty is with all the sorrowing ones at this The remains havo been shipped fo To- ronto for Inlermcrit. Dr.. Galornlth. of I.ethbrldse, waa a visitor to the town a few days ngo. The mine is surely kept busy these days, and teams are coining from norlh nnd south, east and west, to test the quality qf, Ihc Bow City coal. 11 Is no unusual event lo seu tilleen o twenty teams walling for their coal o he loaded on to the wagons. Duncan Curry has started a black- inlth' shop in Ihe lown .and reports ic his done some good business dur- rig the last ftw days. 'Mr. K. Xowf.on, .who opened 8 gen- eral atom some short fimo ftgo, 'also reports goort so that all round things are moving. The children ot'lhe Sunday st inder capable.leadership of. Mr. Bcrcgglo arc junking rnpld pro iress, and n good treal look ed for on'December We shall however, miss very much our laic cslocrncd superintendent, -Mr. Moore, sen. oi nu organisation.ol to take thf option of paving assesiments at tr.eir Awarding to Herman refuse to recognize the lien or inttr- T. C. HODGKINSON DEAD Beavprtou. Ont. Dec. lion to llieir holdings, fbe mfmorar.duui dwlarts that the under a license to the insurance cotu- plan.ol re-adjustmeiit pany or societv tan be repudiated in carrying interest at the rate of 0 Hodgklnson and Tusdale, country, it follows that such a con-: forjuly of both iiJci of tlic million buslicl C.P.R. Concrete Cram Elevator at Traiu- cona, Man., which recently icltlcd on foundations and now stands intact al an angle 30 degrees. Withftands CHATHAM MAY fJUVOAS PLANT Ont., Oec, a spec- ial meeting of (hp city council'yes terday, Hon, Adam Fleck recommend ed that the city purchase, the o the Chathni Oas company for 4 bylaw authorizing' tho iorrowing o EufTiclcnt funds to make tlio purchas will ho submitted, at the innnlclpa {elections in January. IN the San Francisco earthquake and the Ohio floods, concrete structures withstood terrific tedts. of fire, wiater and vibration'.without damage. right in our very midst, comes a. striking illustration of concrete's enormous-power of resist- ance and durability. This great .concrete structure, built only to resist the pressure of grain from the inside, while filled almost to capacity with pounds, or tons of grain, has settled, to an angle of 30 degrees from.its original pet-' pendicular position. In the settling the walls were subjected not the terrific twisting strain of their 'own weight, but to the weiySil of thousands of tons of grain as well. This structure still stands intact and examinations have failed to discover the slightest evidence of collapse... Not One Dollar of Loss To Owners of Grain 'T'HIS illustration of .the- ability of con- A crete to withstand the severest test, contains an import- ant lesson not only for the_farmer, but for business men, contractors, engineers and architects.-, Think of the irreparable loss to the owners of the grain, had this elevator been built of some destructible a material that would have collapsed almost as soon as the .settling commenced, and.which would have entailed not only the loss of the but almost a total loss of iis contents. We have published a number of books which contain the most complete information and.beautiful illustrations of almost every use of Concrete (City and. Farm Buildings, Roads and Pavements) for the farther, builder, business- man, manufacturer and everyone interested in a material of such permanence and economy. These books are free and you may have a copy for the slate what.object you are interested in, on a post card, and send to INFORMATION DEPARTMENT, Canada Cement Company Limited Montreal SaletOfficeiat Montreal T o y o n t b Winnipeg Calf ;