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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday.'February f "THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD N TIIKSK DAYS, when almost everybody recognizes that business pansion is so largely a matter of effective adi-ertisiiiK, hard-headed busijiosd men apply rules in buying advertising space thai they do In inn-chasing other commodities. After all is said and done, the advertising valno of any medium is represented by its to reach prospective customers. There muse be some definite knowledge as to the quantity regardless of the auality. For example: The adver- tising value of Hie very best imaginable newspaper, if it only circu- lated five copies, would be hardly worth thinking about. The same paper with readers would represent a certain value; at a higher value, and so on up. The business man buying a gross of any article'at a prico naturally insists oil M4. Anything less would result in a pro rata de- duction from the bill, or cancellation of business relations with feelings that bad fakli had heen attempted. For the same reasons why buy advertising without positive proof of (he circulation you are getting for your money? No matter what-the quality of, a medium's circulation some definite gis quantity should be shown iii order to justify a rate. The circulation of THE HERALD is 5200, Weekly 2500 Books open for inspection. Wealso invite you to look over our books showing results of the recent contest. It will show you good clean business. INVESTIGATING THE EXPLOSION Ten Thousand Pounds of Dynamite Went Off At Once Feb, Three' serrate investigations.were started this morn- ing to.'fix responsibility ror the'dyaa- nilte explosion in New Vork harbor WILL PROMOTE PROGRESSIVE IDEA Republicali League Form- ed to Fight for Popular "Government Washington. Jan.; of the Reiml'Ucan-Progressive league by progressive republican senators, representatives, governors and others yesterday. One will bo conducted 'which :wil! seek to a. coroners jury, under James' B. for the establishment of popular of. Jersey City; another by j announced here to- day. Plans of the new league, which have been under way since the assembling of congress, were concluded at a meet- ing here Saturday night, when a dec? lz rat ion..'of principles; was signed, a. constitution adopted and the following officers elected. President. Senator Jonathan Baunie Jr., first 'vice'president, "Rep- resentative Norrls, Nebraska; WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN SASKATCHEWAN Convention Delegates Are Determined to Get It Some Way Rcgina, Feb. In a private con- tion applicable to farming has been giving-the government servants and; the conventions will undoubtedly he of great benefit. CLEARINGS TOOK A FALL TWO DAY BOOST f OR GREAT FALLS yesterday thp Wonwn's Club ot Saskatchewan debated Wo- men's Suffrage and though very- little ha-s hcen a 11 owed to leak out regarding i-he discussion it is known that it will brought -.up and a t'otfc of the convention Taken .on the subject. Mi's. Graham "Isabel" of the Grain Growers Guide. was the of a '-resolution in Its favor and slic will bring it up we don't get the right' to vote from the Saskatchewan gqvrnvmcrit u'o will go to the Dominion govern- ment for saiii one and the opinioir ot the majority of the, delegates TO this, She first convention of the kjnti held in Saskatchewan is sympathetic to that idea. Tt in thi> first time women's suffrage has ijej-n brought up in Saskatchewan, and sev- eral of -the delegates pcomise sen (Great Falis'-Tribiine.) There is general Reeling among; bus- ines men that "the .'trip of the Leth- bridge board of trade- to ihis .'on. Friday, a most wholesome tonic The-local clearing nouse reports for Great Falls, and her business men oank clearings .for the week. yesteray as follows: .-Friday iiaturday......... i Monday Tuesday ___...... Wednesday. Thursdav......... for. the. return bbt as'yet -T Av j wirhcwit setting any-date. 4S.OS6.S5 There is. a-disposition, however, to jlay plans' for a longer trip than the {Letbbritlge-party made. One man ii Total ?U51r47l.U3 Compared wth last week this.is a CLARESHOLM GOSSIP- Claresholm. Lockwood came down from Calgary Saturday to teach the Clear Lake w. .lames, H. O. 1-faslam and A. Thompson, who'weut up to. Calgary yatnrday, returned today. They re- port eveo-body hopeful and expect- ant of a big crop this year. it.tnrough convention and to ttio ar-i Ur- Wall win. of Barons was in town terition of the'government. i renewing ment is strong against making their (Jeo; Hortgins went up to Slavery to- r-quests in a militant manner, but i flay on {l visit and -wil.' brin? .back a thcv intend to work quk-tlv until tuev I Ko' l ORls- He has 2'000 i 111 i m v arc scrccssinl. The agricultural and dairymen's con vention arc working through their pr0 grammes steadily and tonighr, -will sc-f completion of the dairymen's The conventions arc stvict-lv hissinesslike, and so far have not al- lowed their discussion to wandor from the subjects connected xvith work on the farnv scientific informa- up tbere. T. Rigby goes ro Lethbridge to- morrow as -a delegate from here to attend ;he Alberta Agricultural Fairs j Association, to be held there on Feb. 1st ami -'nd. A carload of coal arrived today aboiir. three o'clock and' larmers stood ready to unload ir im- mediately. They were all out of coal at home. inspeccor of Combustibles James M. Jersey City, and the third hy Prosecutor Pierre P. Garven, of Hudson.County, X. j. 'rheVcprquei-'s jury opened and will spend several days studying the scene of the disaster, and the formal Inquest will probably not lake place until next week. "iJennite" estimates of the number of uead are. still impossible. The ..total of dead and missing is thirty. The list of dead in. the hands of che coroner is seven, it !s said that the officials elieve that most cf the men whom e classes as were blown o atoms.'- The. property loss, according to.var- ous official'estimates, will, be between vou.ouo aiud The heaviest ufferer in this respect is the Central Kaiiroad of New Jersey, at 'whose docks toe disaster occurred. Vice- iresiuent- iiisler sets the railroad's oss at: about The "United states government is also a heavy los- er, with damage at Ellis.-Is- ahd. and an additional or Jt'u" at headquarters on Gov; ernor's Island and at. Bedloe's Island, the statue of Liberty was shak- en, and many windows and electric ignts .we're'-broken. The blast! was probably .the largest explosion of dynamite that has ever occurred anywhere intentionally or by iccident.- 'Fifty thousand pounds went up in a single detonation. Sixty Years the Standard CREAM second .presfdont. Governor POWDER Made from HO ALUM Charles S. .Michigan; treasur- er, Charles" R.. Chicago.. Executive Mos- es K. Clapp, Minnesota; Senator Jo- seph L. BrJstow. Kansas; Rep resent a-1 live E. H. Hubbard, Iowa; RepresenU- ive Irvine ,L. Lenroot, Wisconsin; Itepresentative-elect William Kent alifornia; Pennsyl- vania; r.Cf. L. Record, and the president, vice president, .treasur- er, members ex officio. Platforrrs The declaration of principles'" fol- discussihg the proposiiion said: "Great Falls has a chance, to plan a great advertising campaign, em two daysVifd i.wo. niglits wlien she sends of booster border. '.Not two days 'a Lethbridge, 'you understand, but jus one, but a. two days and two nights trip for this campaign which I hav 'iii" mind.'-' -''i a. few suppositions. S.uypbs the Great "Falls- party-leave-He're-on a special train say o'clock in th; morning arid take their baud. .wit! them. They should travel by'stage through the country on the way, anc at. all the important to-.vns the trai should be stopped and the party, head ed by (he band, should march thrbugi the streets of the place with the ban rendering some of its best an representatives of the party ''shout distribute some of the literature con cerning the city of Great Falls. One Day at Lethbridge "To make such a tour it would b necessary to do a bit of advertising in advance so that the people of the "dif- ferent, places might know we -were com ing. Then we would be sure of crowd. Under such circumstances it. would be well enough to have some man who could make ti short talk in- viting the people of the placo 10 come down and learn of Great Falls' hospi- tality. "For any such a trip it would be ne- cessary so take a day and a night go- ing, for I am sure the trip when plan- time ihey arrived here. mipht. oven make ihn stop in the early even- ing, for am sure the trip, when pian- [ned. v.-ill not be till the early summer} weather. Then the rest of the run j to Lethbridpe would complete the1 nichr and everybody would get a night's rest in the sleeper and ge: out ready in tho morning to give a good day's work ro boosting Great a bite between meals, in'the lunch box, there is no fruit equal to the famous "Thc day would' be spent in California "Sunkist" Orange. Being tree- and that ni.irlH we could _ ripened, sound-picked, packed and shipped with the arriving here early in mtniost skill and care, it Js the most healthful and luscious of all fruits. a Tr'i> "'oiild be ,a _ _ groat, camp.ugn for the citv t am Inmost Oranges are kist Wrapper. Thousands of families sure" Thty fairly in Alter MONARCH NEWS Jan.. Independent Urder of- Foresters gave ;i grand bus ket social.and. dance in the Open House. -Baskets' were auctioned at-11 p.m., by Bro. Fred Bard, C. -R..' af ter which served. A mos enjoyable .evening was brought to close Sweet Home" waltz. The music of the in the capable hands of .Madam of Lethbridge as! pi- anist, and LJro. .las. Blancbard, F.. S., as violinist; Quite a number of visi- tors from Kipp Look .the opportumty of-making, the; evening a great suc- cess. OF RANCHER THROUGH DRINK Came to to arid was Ready; to Leave Again Kctteomon "We. the our- selves together as the National" Pro- gressive Republican league. "The object.of the league is the pro- motion of representative government and progressive.legislation. "The- popular government in Ameri- ca has been thwarted, and progressive legislation stifled -by- the special in- terests which '.control "delegates, 'con- ventions and party organizations.-ami. through control of the machinery of government; dictate nomination .and platforms, elect administrations, leg- islators, representatives in congress and United States senators and con- trol cabinet officers. "The progressive republican league believes popular government, is funda- mental -to all other questions.. To this end it advocates the election of United States senators" by direct ..vote of thel.tlvc or In 'theMounted Police barracks as a luu- a homesteader northwest of ;Eclinoulon nocesi'aVy to. take rrnm >h! V AV P Ho h-aH -r morning to the" hospital, suffering from the effects" ot "excessive Inebriation, DnugB to light 'a: of, drink the centre of wlilcli is a prosperous rancher of High in the Slave Lake .Mountry." V; and Deeu at the Packing plant, for some time, ready to start Prairie, while-the unfortunate .was be- ing delirium tremens. in ion 'liv -the'plavius of "the Primaries lor the tiorai- nation of all elective-officers; .the di- rect election of.delegates to national conventions, ,ivUh: opportunity, foy. the voter .to-express preference for. ipresT .ident 'and .Vice, president; amendment .to. the-constitutions, providing- for the initiative, referendum Aid Drafting Bills "Whenever requested by any pro- gressive state league or by progressive leaders in state. legislatures, the Na- tional Republican league in the preparation of olutions, and- provide speakers and literature in support of legislative ac- tion on the propositions, enumerated in the five numbered paragraphs set forth in the foregoing declaration of principles." United States senators: Jonathan Bourne, Oregon; Albert J. Bever- idge. Indiana; Joseph L. Bristow, Kan- sas; Norris Brown, Nebraska; Albert ..Mr. Fred .Humphreys, our 'popular Barber, had the pleasant experience of becoming a member of the Order last Thursday evening. We wish him AQ_esijoy it. Carlisle Bros. have.had considerable driving of-'late, owing to the railroads Deing blockaded from Kipo'to Car- raangay. We have to congratulate 3Tr. J; Al- exander, the popular mill owner, on the arrival of a son. Also congratulations to Mr. and -Mrs. Uoiph Quick, on Hie arrival of a seven pound Airs. Bert Parkes has heen on the iist for a couple of weeks past out. we are very glad to hear she is recovering. .Tnere was a slight accident to the local frieghi train on Thursday morn- ing, two box cars being deraifed oy heavy snow drifts. Our popular blacksmith. Archie Lamb, is kept with his nose to the grindstone this weather. Uur local waterman finds it. difficult to supply water in Kl Plaza street on atic. Is a Rancher TUe man is a, rancher .oli-lligu" P.Yair- le, named Urbuarcl, -where, lie owiis lour scrip, and is running a'biinch of stock... About a monfh-ngo. lie arrived tn Krtmontoa- from tiici-- north jioi pur- ctiase supplies. He hml then nearly to his credit in-liie.armk-i mecee, .which he withdrew and depos- ited in the Imperial Bank. With thii tie purchased heavily, forhis northern outfit, four teams of horses, valued at nearly five dollars apiece supplies of .flour and provisions from ueals Hoar, besides harlied wire and farming implements from other firms Outfitted Here Uu New' Year's he left the Al ocrta livery and wcut to the "Ontario livery, where during the week follow ing he tintslieii outfitting. On .ir.nu ;to the barracks coniine'meht..: is; condition- has- lieeh and B. Cummins, Iowa; Moses E. .Clapp, aiy 7 De srarled trail, and al-} be all rigt i f le could :.uc' iJtstnct some five years, having. iu the vicinity ot Is married, his wife being ;f jibi'tie'ln Hign three men' have been nearly. t now, -at. a flay, awaittng the It is not yet known win ne made inness at' the Minnesota; Joseph .M. Dixon, Mon- though he had been under the influ-; tana; A. J. Grounn. North some lime' hc account of heavy drifts. THIRTY KILLED IN WRECK ON SPANISH RAILWAY KaiToloiia. Feb. the derail- ing of a passenger train at ValenriV, 1 yesterday, caused by a washout on ihej UNAVOIDABLE DELAY IN Robert P. La Follette, Wisconsin. H. Aldricb, braska; Joseph M. Carey, Wyoming; {le Hiram W. Johnson, California; Fran-1 sooer at that time. i RIOTS IN j (JcMmbrn. Portugal, he reached the Packing plant j quent to the celebration, of to remain there .over cathedral yes On .Monday the colt! weather! oration of the cis B. McGovern, Wisconsin; Chase Osnorne, -.Michigan; W. R. Stubbs. Kansas. Allen Cooper, Wisconsin; William'J. Carey. Wiscon-j sin; C. R. Davis. Minnesota; E. H.' Hubbard. C. N. Haugen. Irvine L. Lenrooi. Wisconsin: C. A. j Linbergh. Minnesota; A'sctor .Murdock.. Kansas: H. .Madison, Kansas; B. M. I .Morse, Wisconsin; John M. Ncison.j Wisconsin; Mites Wash- ington." prevented his making a start, and he; f a-band of two stayed at thn North Kdmonton hotel j broke into the Catholic and Monarchli" nil week ilrinKinjr heavily. During the week tne .Mounted i'olice were1 in- cal club rooms, and destroyed burned papers and hooka. On. the breakfast the sick for making salads, pxiddings and other des- roartbed. ibiny persons kilteri. Her Secret Why She Always Looked So Young MONTREAL REAL ESTATE MAN Everyone ir.c- 1 a 1 1 !a charn VJR to her of thai pe-uiSar the ffftvb It'an ad'fTed'brilllanco look ar wlthovt cornmcntinir on commenting ha Jr. Jion- tie ch Every S 4J ll{ .-iii I 1 WAX" Ct" "1 l> Mtl tcoutb. There ia so little waste in you fcave tried tntm oocc they will win j ne Plan 'his man is such as j niR Of fingandeatrngthsm thattbsy arc truly yon. Please maVe tbe trial today. Yourjmany of thn larger cities of the nnl cheapest oraape von caa buv. dealer 5tl3s And don't target to 'tril nir- nf rii hut :liar very Suclcist Orange cocts In a Sun- Wratfcu. C nave been ihins: ___ adopting for the sen years in PX? for "Sunkist" Lemons Afier you hare eaten Suakist TOU w; be Ci.id to ItJioiv there ars Lcr.'.os; for they. too. are the flaest frVtt of kiaJ. Never blemished, marred. skinncj Suriisi Lemocs cnfc-.ore jrJcethnn al for Wtchan ar.dlabic VTrapper years in de Ivelopjng wholesale tr.ide for 'cs. Thar Great Falls may accept it as a goou policy for helj.iTig develop its trade is no: at. sU unlikelv. SETTLING G.T.R. STRIKE Torontoo, Feb. Harron, "of StratiortJ. is in the city today ami in] nolrttjig a conference with Vfcc-presi-! dents S. Al. Berry and James Murdock, i tJio two leaders of the Grand Trunk j sirtKe. The meeting in Toronto is for! tnc purpose of going over tlio evidence 1 lias been submitted and its rela- tion to the agreement made between: tne company and the men when they i returnti to j hero the will not con-! with arjy or the strikers or that de- the he- AJ1 Crippled Up With Rheumatism GIN PILLS Gave Prompt Relief One ot the leading real estate operator? in Canada's largest city is EKJ, of Tlie Longmore Realty 'Co. Mr. Lonraore a a spccfaltr r of sncl lias charge of many estates, investing the funds in acareful Iconscrvalir j-SIR THOMAS' BROTHER- IN-LAW DEAD CALIFORNIA FRUIT EXCHANGE 10 5 St. TORONTO, (55) t. Griffin, as-j aslant aernr of the Chi-' .Milwaukee and St. Paul Rail-j Tvay. died here last night, 83. brother-in-law Of iJir Thomas i HftaugQiies.sy. president of UK- C. P. R. He leaves two da'ishrers, resident in and a .lop-nth C. J'. K. nt gtsterod 1'L' tr.Js morning hut at eleven o'clock was only 10 below. "Jest a word of prabe for GIST PILLS. About fifteen sionths ago, I cqulrt not walk across my suffering severely with Rheumatism. I took GIN PILLS and became quite TV.-O months ago, I had Rbscmatic Neuralgia arut Diarrhoea. I rwortcd to GIN PILLS for one week aad becaac quite T7cll. Last I suffered attain icita Three GIN PILLS cored ne. SAMUEL LOXGMORE. sec, GIN PILLS nic for pale, tliin, bloodies 500. a Ixs. ;