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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, I'EBttUARY I, till I THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1S07 rutliiihea-iiy t'ne t-ethbrioLt Herald Prir.tlnj Co., Ltd., every Uvifu! at Its ettcr, Sixth St., Lstliarlclge, Alberta. W. A. Managing Director T. W. Managing Editor JOHN Business Manager PHONE: PHONE: al, Reporlorijl and Dtpirtment 1221 ng. Circulation and Job Departments DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered I year, by ajail 53. jnonih.'. drlirereJ 52.03 6 mouths, by mall 51-53 3 delivered "-w 3 by mill 1 delivered 35 1 rcosth. by mall crar.soa as as desired. but boll) anj b? THE Lsthbridge ReJ Store; J. G. Hob-crtson i Co.; Jackson HERALD FOR SALE Beanie t Murphy Co.; Craabrook Uo-jk Gratsy Lake Grasfy Lalie Hotel, Kemp Cohen News Agency. Calgary Leadlcs Book nnd News Store, Sth Are. West; '.Vorld News Co. Pincher SUtlon Ednard Read. SI. World Co. Carmangiy Clarence Knol-den. World Jfswf Co. Drug Kenny Mlln; Hole: Clrar Stand. Diamond City Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hat AEilnibci.l Pineher Creek Dr. Medea; Mitchell Drug Co. Taber Wes'Jake The wide World NeA-s Co.; News 44? Granwell Street Spokane Jarateson Xews THE WEEKLY HERALD F-bM-ned ever? Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains s eutmssrv of tie news of the week, local and district vear in advar.ce 0 months In 50c THE (iEORGIAX KAY CANAL. KOHEHT PERKS, (lie Euglisli eajiitalisl. wlio lias hiki'n H deep interesl in Hie (Jcorg- liciy Caiuil project, scorns to be still strongly On- opinion llmt it is a feasible fioni the sliintliioiiit of inveslinenl. The route is from llir Cioorgiaii Bay Ilirougti the French Hivi-r lo Lake into the Ottawa River to llont- The project, according to Sir HoLerl, would one hundred and fifty millions and would than any whose names are. now mentioned for London. lie also served his country live limes as long. Alexander JlcKcnzie gave his country CREAM GRACING, IK. .ALBERTA Ren-arkable Record cf Harry Me- Inlosh of Cretir.ery (By W. McO. Tall) !u Sou'therg Albtrla it found what i is probably Kut' uew country which !s desllued to become a j dairy field. Gradually, but Gieidllr, (he dairy i-nluslry has rcoved west- Hard from the. eastern v-roVlucef, and now the greil prairies of Ibe country lo the Kocby Slo-juialns bavs bo- a Tvonderlu'l dairy belt. the dairy industry have come- a num- ber of thfe rich so long as riches are honestly acquired Ml that should be guarded against is thai men lo not use public position for the purpose of get- ling wealth. When our public men are above suspicion of mercenary motive the people res contented that service will he for public good The high commissioncrship should nol be a mil lionairc's posilion, nor should it be a place for shelving an importuning worker. II has, under Stratlicona, heroine a polcnl factor in maintain ing the-imperial lies and no man hill a big mnn s qualified for the position. All the talk1 abou dignity and wealth is so much nonsense. Wlia Canada needs at the seal of Empire is a man o action, initiative and sound business judgment and diplomatic tact. Let the posilion be one o public usefulness, not a place to tickle Ihe vanilj of a purse proud politician who acquires recog- nition through the size, of his contribution to the campaign fund. OUK P01N7T OF VIEW This is braw fine weather for Ihe boiupicl. Nothing doing for the fsr.r.CT. All for'the big. inlercsls, according lu the news from Otlo- Tlie success of Dclany's a cause of pardonable "pride. Every local industry which prospers helps Lethbridge and the south coimlrv. The Hobliu government voted down the pro- posal lo inquire into Ihe doings of the "night clubs" in Winnipeg. Too many friends might come in for unenviable notorielv. should the project be, deemed advisable in interests of the the Dr. Hoclie is helpless when it comes to stop- ping the. exploiting of Alherln's natural resources by wealthy but he is right on Ihe job when it comes lo preventing the fanners secur- ing even the smallest privilege. Tin; Pope has described the lango us a gloomy dance. Us popularity in London may he Ihure- forc be said to aflirm the truth of Die saying dial Ihe British people lake Dieir pleasures sndlv. A I31G MAN'S JOB fact of great wcallh existing umong the public men of Canada is drawn attention to by Hie statement Ihal of (he many names men- tioned as successors to Lord Sliatbcomi cvcrv Civic, spirit bxd cerlainly n fine exemplar in Hie recent action of the newly-named ''Edmon- ton Industrial association." members decid- ed lo bore for gas. subscribers lo Ihe fund (o re- ceive their money back in case of success mid l( stand Hie loss of failui-c. If one of (hem arc millionaires or arc supposed to supply was lo he lian.U-il over to Ihe municipality have reached that classy stage. this comes after the cost of discovery bud been met, and m Hie contrast, that the great men of a by-gone day profits lo accrue lo (lit. subscribers. died poor. Sir John A. Alacdonah! didn't liecn already obtained ami drillers advcrlisn )iis -wife in nfflticiicc jinn his family iihove Ihe! for. A Iberia's capital rvidrnlk- Huh necessity Vel he WHS a-greater ninnjhnmil of patriotic cilixni.s. inost phenomenal success ever at- ained In cream grading by any cream- 'ry in the province." is that or 'which :Iarry ilclntosb can boast. Mr. Mc- ntosh began grading his cream late u the summer, aadjn than four rconihs h2 had reached the ton notch 'or Alberta creameries. Hts ship- ments to the provincial government, which handled his summer's output, showed a gradual rise from nothing to ?5 cer cent. 'In in and 2.5 in This was done in about three and a half months. At tho convention of creamery men held r.t Olds this year. >lr. Mclntopli was one of the speakers. He said that second-rate butler was a dros on the market, and it %sould be only a short lirae till H could not he hmndlet by in any' quantity. .His whole summer's make was shipped hy the White Horse, Yit- lion, and to Vancouver, iu hoth o lhich places it. competed with the first srade bulter from New Zealand For all of this butter Mr. Mclntosh got for his patrons 29 cents a po while the creameries that were no grading got about 23 to 25 cents. tha Cardston 'creamery gan operations In was a new industry. The system ac opted -was .to receive all cream from the farms ia the district, where it i separated with hand separators, an: taid for according'to the bulter (at regardless of the quality ot the cream. In.. 1911 the h-jtter sold at the Pacific, coast, hut the market was rot a. discriminating one, as New Zealand butter was not a fac- tor to he contended 'with at thai time. -In 191! the bulter was again ship- pod to the Pacific, this year i it had to conreete wilh that from New Zealand, and was cut in pi-Ice on every- shipment, resulting 'In great loaa to'the. creanery association and the patrons. At the cloee ol 1512 it was lomd that the Cardslon cream- ery association 'had sons hehlnd Borne J2.7QO. The company saw that there hid to be somo change made.In. the manage- ment of the Interior departments of the factory, and a new manager In the person of Mr. Mclnlosh appoint- ed In Pehniary of 1913. .Mr. Mcln- tobh hejan at once marketing his but- cr through the department of Agrlcul- ure ot the province, and at-tie grad- ng station at Calgary It was lound to be about one half and the Ml "seconds" and "off grades." This tale ot affairs continued through the month of June, when the -new er saw that something must be Ji- another deficit would be InevUahle Calling the directors, he. astted them o pass the following resolution: "That the manager grado all crean coming to Cardslon creamery: "first' jrade cream to ba paid for at the rail of [our cents more than "second1' grade, and that "third" or "off-grade' cream CD relumed to the producer." Thc-resoliitlon was adopted, and Irr. mediately Mr. Mclntosh began grail Ing. By the end of July, the ship- ments from Cardston had graded ?er cent, "firsts." M this lime the department of Ag rlcullure started a new srade ard. All butter grading 39 points o orer wan classed A; lha grading 37 points nnd over for flavo and otiturwlst) weit made and packe was classed 33 35 points an orer and all under 3 is "olf-fadc." The firat Phiprneat from the Card- Eton creanery in the month of uat. arr.ountEr.f.: to some four thous- and pounds, had 00 tier cenl. ot it graded am, brought Zi ccnU a Bound. Anolhor 30 por cent, graded and sold for 25 cents n pound, and Ihe l-alance went "sec- ond." and brovight only 22 centfl a [Kiund. This looked good lo the iral- Uir-maker, and he continued carefully, till in fin firpt week In Sep- (pmlif-r (he climax IVKS reached wlioii .Mr. M'Inlosh liar] 9; per lent. In Modern Beacon Fires oU beacon fires were the great advertising mediums of their age. Though they coutrJ not advertise merchandise, they advertised the 'things of most vital interest to the people. Placed on the summits o( high hills, hearing a message to thousands of they were prototypes of those modern fues of Twentielti Century "beacon" fires of News- paper Advertising. The advertisements appearing in the newspapers to-day are shining lights in the world of commerce, flashing out news and Informa- tion to a waiting world. When the modem manufacturer lights the Beacon Fires of Newspaper Advertising he places his message before the people in a way that will impart knowl- edge, beget appreciation and win preference for his goods. Who can fail to see any day the gleaming messages of Magic Baking "Standard Ideal "Sunlight Soap, Safety "Penman's "Infants' Delight and many others? To the Manufacturer! of Canada Eich KTI ulidei ia (lie txwipipiri. Aicyo-jr ptojjcti ilDl ia (Ke o! obKcntj, or lie (hej bUzor.ttl forth fcy the feel of ca (hehijtj h-UofpiMcfiTol? .If Km doing m local [ilk ovc; yoji problejBi whii llie Adverting Dcpulrarat c[ itilt cen-ipspsr, If you are doing i proyincial or national buiineia [t would be wellforjoa 13 hire the co'jaielacj tuiilcceof t A lilt of iKeie hill be lunuiKal, ton 01 by ibc Staaicy of Cuudiii Pren Anocu'Jon, Room 503, Luaiju 2.5 in and 2.5 in Cardstoifs creamery now has paid 11 its indebtedness of besides ueeting all running expenses, and as a surplus to begin on next season, his was done in face of stiff com- etitlon from a creamery in a nearby own, and from a city dairy sixty j olios anar, good railroad faclll- es for shipping cream, hut Cardslon reamery never lost a patron. Painters and Decorators Will .You Accept This Book? FREE! V1LL BRING MANY LANDSEEKERS TO CARDSTON VICINITY Catdston, Jan. is not al all nlikety that when the news comes jut that a local teal estate firm is' 0 run excursions from Ihe other side 1 the lice to Cardaton this summer or the purpose of land, the 'Carclston itomancer" will rise up and wite to. the end- oi ths caith thai- he Jlormon church is riranifcf; anuth- ,r lig colonization scheme to popu- ate Catd.ston and Alberta with peo- ple o! its faith. Whether this Is so not, it is a fact that arrange- ments have already been madf with :he railway companies to bring in several trainloads of Und, air! othfr nveelors Irom the vicinity ot St. Paul ar.d Minneapolis. ol Dayton was sold in this way and tlie system has proved very sat- isfactory. Everything Itiis real estate firm can set an option on has been taVen for sk months, and a big rush lor Cardstoo real estate is anticipat- ed In spring. Miss MQregor, field secretary ol tlie United Home and Foreign Mission Societies ol the- 1'rfBhylcrian Church in Canada, was in Cardston Saturday and Sunday, interesting the ladies ol St. Andrew's congregation in th? mission work of the churrh. At the school on morning Miss McGrreor spoke to tt.e Bible class and also addressed the evening service. The owners of (Irar.d View, Hie new subdivision adjoining ll.c toun on the south, were ahle to gel thrlr plan registered lielore .fan. '1st this ycat, aid thus saved some 8800. With the beginning ol 13H ail subdivision property is subject raiM of J! a loi and as { View has soir.r- UOO lots surveyed tiiis large amount ] saved to the owi'.eia. i It. V. OIMSS, accountant al (he ol Montreal at Magralh, and provincial supcrintcr.dent of adult llihlc classes for Alberta, p.iid a visit In "The al St. Andrew's clrjrcli on Sun-lay last: Mr. Our New No.'S Catalogue is brimful of useful facts, faithful .Illustrations, valuable descriptions and right prices. It's thoroughly revised and greater ttan ever. 1 M'ith our catalogue you can (ell what you OUGHT lo pay on any goods you require. This is yoar chance to gel in touch vith a live, progressive iiouse handling the most complete Ijno of PAINTS, VARNISHES and PAINT. ERS' SUPPLIES In ilif'j. western country. Don't delay hi tending jour name and address 'for o-jr catalogue to Uic WESTERN PAINT COMPANY 1 CHARLOTTE STREET WINNIPEG, MAN. HANDLE EVEflYTHING FOR THE greatly ple-jsed with Ihr progress made hy the class during the yenr. II i Just a year last Sunday since Mr. (luess him.sell organized this class at Cardston. While in tout: the visitor was (lie gucsl of Dr. .1. Kl- mer Amc-s, tcaclirr of Sfn- llnels." Kev. Dr. Ferguson, superintendent al missions in Southern Alhetta for I'rcsbytcrion chim-li, is visit G'ardfilon early in February. Tlie 'matter of church improvement which managers have under considera- tion will tic discussed nt that time and plans made lor work to begin as soon us- the fine, weather spring i copies. The managing board ot Andrew's meets for tlie first lime Ion Monday rjiglil next. Tlie main federal estimates (Ills year will total aVout n re- rliiction of twenty millions. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. M, 1913. AIUUVALS NO. KAMK FROM DUE TO AiUilVE 513 Crow's Ncjl ............Koolonay Lauding .............23.10 SH Crow's Nest Eti.rcas ............Medicine, Hat 'M l.-11-al ...........................Calgary brancli) ....IS.I5 "OKl'AHTUHKS SO. NAMK blZ Ctow'fl Nesl Kxpreas........ iH Croff'a .S'rizt Kspieaa....... -.12 511 Loral yi Ixical f-wal KOI! Medicine Ual Kcolenfly I.anfi Mrdl'lnn llnl Cranln ooh Cmilis .r.lnlctnn '.r'alftn'ry (vi> Aldciryile) UUK TO DICPAHT 123. fo J5 -..IS.Si) K. CO a.m ;