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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VM. i.ETHHRIUGK, ALBERTA, SATi'iiiJAV, JANi'AHV XL'MUKU :il Galhctings Will be Held in the ajestic Theatre Which Will he Crowded Maje 700 DELEGATES Likely That Number of Visi- tors Will Reach 1000- Prominent Speakers What: Tho Farmers' Convention. Time: Next Wednesday, Thurs. day and Friday. Place: The Majestic Theatre. Number of delegates: 101. Number likely lo attend: I.CC3. Topics to be discussed: Tea num- erous to mention. LET FHE PEOPLE London. Jan. of Hie most significant utlerauces by a Cabinet minister in recent yeata. was niaila by I'orttuiaM- Samuels in a Jast night, when no foreshad- owed legislation abolishing t'ac hereditary prlcc-lple a? a o.ualifkalion for a eeat 'i L01U) STUA Til ('OVA'S ILLNESS C'Al-SKS UKEAT ANXJKTY 1914" MI House of fe 4 't THAT IS THE MEDICAL OPINION AS TO THE CHANCES OF SIR JAMES WHTNEY ttiib praciicaliy ciny airanjcmca! completed, those in chaige ol Inc. end of thc convention, arc-. 1-ikim; i brief hrcathini; spell tuJiy Sew Vori, .Ian. lone, Kir before '.he that v.ill commence. Jan.t-.-i Hliilnev may linger in his un Mondav Lcliibridtc will present condition ui slowly trc-i on ore ol tlie laiR- ai.d what the chances rsl'i-onvmtii.i.5 held litre. Hut- are for .1 change for ILe belter arc tint is not all. il'jpstirms aRerlinc matters upon which liie physicians in i-ierv inniiiilual in Alberta will be iharge are icry loth about csprcss liken ui> by the tillers of ti.e soil, definite opinion. The probabil- d'iscassed and aite'i "pun Uesol'Jtions iiy is, however, that Sir James'wil t- cvmlliing from the best gradually become ueaier day by day ol rldd'ir.j tlie farms o! the. for four or five days or possibly long inViicro'JS ci'plier the er acil then quietly drop trust free lav., Recovery is blill possible, but i Is hourk more-, inipiob alii'.'-" vheaf. railways, single direct legislation, natural ro- for the province, markets, iiomesteail Kgulaliiras. temperance, rural irce delivery icso! with thousanils nl other K topics, have already been snliinidfil to the rxcculhe ar.J will tome up for healing. Fanning in Alberta is the question ifcc riay. Kvery farmer is c.oneern- nl strenuously about his wel- _ faie jit the present time. The United LIVESTOCK MEN AND PATRON Karnitis ol Alberta i.s an orfiaiiira- AGE DISPENSERS lion with intense, jmwcr bthir.d .it. Whit Ihc farmers rlo individually is watched most keenly by Ihe nubile. VUnil they do lollpelively, in this ON DECIDE CONDITIONS OF PATRONAGE London, Jin. following announcement was made to the Canadian Auociated Pre-n, at Grosvenor square this "Lord Slralhcona is suffering from prostration, with threat- ening heart failure, following a abort cltarrhal Illness. His con- dition gives rite to grave anxiety.'1 It is untferitood that the alarm- j Inn fnanlfeited them- it an early hour today. Sir Thomas-Barlow Is In attendance. Lord StratScona has shown gradually Increasing feebleness aince ine death of Lady Strath- cona, About a week after that event, he presided at a special meeting of the Hudson's Gay Co., although his speech had to be read for him. Hla lordship, nolwiih- standino, had booked several olh- for same ahead.. ti E liusini-ss Mi-n's Smoki-i- Niglit finest I'linciion uf its Kind ever Held in :mii Sfiirls the Year on" with A Swing of Optimism Which Augurs Well for Development Alung Kiijhl on the Map Now for ;i Cer- .Macaroni and Chocohttca Their lo I lie i'ublii-. JOHN T. OF C. li. KKOH'M'.S ADYAXTAHKS ISav.-i I.elliliridKC llax Within easy Iteai-h all the Haw 1'roducls lo Make it Industrial City, and Sees Hright I'uture Concern in I.ethbridge Will Manufacture One Million liushels of Wheat into Flour This Make Fancy Choose Mooted Mr. P. Tracv in the Chair. Messrs. Slewatt and kes Are Urging Claims Upon the Government LEIHB1M OF 1 last iiiyln. wa? IOUUL Rutherford Cup Series Dsbslcs al Claresholm and Lelli- bridge Last Niglit l.elhbiidse is to have an internal! By llie narrow narjlii oi two points storarc elevator Irjilt by tfcr fcilcrnl l.eJibrMRo High Erboa] won the de- jovfrnineut soun. ..-jSSito iu !na Ruthtrford C'uy series That is tl.c nooa won! v.-iiic'h hab from lile Climliolm si-hoo-. of mltare last night. The out- cl-wed in onUorr and deyo'nmcat. bui.thn juJgpK gave the Industrial Commissioner and the liv.s ho Intendos to resume citv have befn among the speakers Kilinnnlnn, Miss V. V. life in Kranrp. Tho pullllc.il jmporfsnt of all reprfsentjtions llcynon o! Winnipcn, -and others. sltualfon here rioiiblless rctiuires Ms made (o tt'C government bv the west- usentallvrs nl other tarmrrs1 orgm-! presence, und In any case Ihe at-, cm Jelejiatlor." iw.tions in Kaskalclicivan and Mint-' proncii of tho general election mayj when thc Oraiu Coramission sat-in tohn. arc also cipfcifJ. All of these1' ncccssllalc lila appearance In hit con-' early last spring. Chair- people T.-ill mM lo the imporlant-e ptituency, for ho Bllll retnaius a ;nan McCrill inailc the statement thc meetings, and bcr of thc Chamber. Ithst "there are three logical points A good deal of rogrot is Alberta for thc location of inter- not only at the Intended reslgnailon 'iial stmagr elevators LeUibrirtpc, of M. lislcaase, but also nl Iho rapid- C'alRary and Kilmonlon." Ity with which French ambassadors at ''algary elevator obtsined St Petersburg recently been 'some weeks ago, principally through j. cliangftl. A similar want of stability cfiorts lMr nirnilisr in al Iho foreign offlcc has siren rise lo as acrioas inlsgh'lngs. as In consMuenco.l( Lcllibtidgc vvos to be pafSCil tip, Iho cluiiKCs of ilurlns Ihc: Ivrs and Stewart, aim norlhem ero'.ip. The is now hcW by In .adilitioii I" Hie oratory ihfi' vas a programme. Mr. H. Church presided, and was assuchil-1 cd the pbtfunr. bt Mr. II. P. lace of Hie school board: There vrc niano selcrtions Sv Misses -by Misses Murray aiul O'Haaati: club, swiusltig by Ihe High school sirU: a Dunswortli.'EStic Wfilacc. rlucls flute folo by Arthur Morgan; SL'leclions by t: cuestra; recltnliou hata. tho affair fl dance, in thi oughlj eajoytJ the MAY DIE AT ANY .MOMENT Montreal. Out.. Jin. latest news in a direct cable from London slates that Lord Strath- cona's condition is ur.changfid, and thai he may die al any mo- ment, And v.-liat ilid tile "00 near and see. Tiiej- licanl ihal I.ellihrlilKe banks over Jl.nOB.O'ji) nu deposit in Iho tigs biinkfi al llie present I'.iu rironl up to Ihis tlaw. They hoard t'nal ono miiling con- cern alone ivould tills year ir.anufA'.- turc busliels of Soiah- c-rn .Mbcitri uhfat tnlo flour, and thai Southern Albeila mills in toto would take ran- of S-OOD.Wfi bushris in Ihis They heard the C. I', il. woulil snun have a short line east'aii'l west Lethbrirtgc. ami significance it is that every farnrr in the v.-cM will ftci'ivc srpat bcncfil. NEW OFFICIAL school or- Ly Arthur IV.in- nding; nn with a youngsters thor- BIG SNOWFALL feet of snow (ell in Southern Franca yester The winter has been eicepllo fi overt'. They regaled tacnisclves i l.cthl'ridsc-wade spagl-elli, ctears and i.hocolales. Taey licard liie promise of I'. >tar Mt.nrotlt.it if farmers of this district 'INCHER CREEK WAS DELIGHTED i "a WITH THE LECTURES AND 'factory for turning o'lt fancy DEMONbTRATIONS lit established. _________ and many oilier things Hiey lu'anl "ltd S3iv. and they went aivay in tlicir .lOF. P. Ti.iry. o( com- tiuri-e man'iracl'.iriiif. occujleil ll.n H'a1r and kept :he mcelinfr en- tf of tlie west's nrat wHii.h arc amons tltv grealesl in Hie wnrlil. Mr. Sweeting lalked facts. In in- :rodnciliK his subject he gave some -y rheeiiug showing tte de- .otnner.l in the whole west alonu Iho lines of its basic- intiusirleE. In Hie lasl 10 years nericultiral develoii- tnetit. has matle enormous slrides. .Alberta's agricultural lands alone un- iillago at present are -1687 per jent. iu of that beiug tilled years ago. And evcrylliing e'.se lias been done on a almllar large bash. Sptakiiig of tho relalioc Ihis de- vfelopmenl hears to Mr.. Sv.-eelins said he relieved very feiv men in ibo city had any idea of its natural resources which are to make l.etlibridgu a great centre. He de- clared that wlliiln easy reach of ll'-is cily are ail Ihe various raw products lo make it a srcat matiufacturlnf; town. The main thing is to develop, [hem. In this development'ilr. Sivoe'- iug.said lie believed wai needed was an opliiuistic spiril amons tl'.c citizens .pulling foi- and surronnnins diEtricts. "Mate it your one idea to-buy'what yon can from- within. yjrJr own district, for produclion a market doc? .not mafcc for success." "In closing. I wish lo say this a'jout t.ethbridge: in my candUl 'opinion.- from its location and from tile whole trend of railway construction in. this part of Ibe.wpRt. your hopes for th.R future will be realized. You lie ctoss. to the boundary, and with the country to the an immeuEe trade is. bound to be developed wliich' will he eftected in I.et'ubriOse. Ton Kill soon jave a short pact., and west railway and north and south rouics sri' coming.- Add to this the fact tuaf. in llie iriar.glo bounded by the railway Hues from Lethbridse to Medicine list to Calgary and back to .ain, yo'.i itave thc big irrisation dis- trict of Canada, whloii will in lir.lf liecome Ihe most thickly populated portion of the Dominion, and my reasons for faith li Mr. .MrMallrn. Ii" stni-V ronnnis- of Hi." C. 1'. I! were Ihr speakers ,i( a my Inlticslinc mfrl in" licld ili llintoi'.s Mall liny Tiifhl, in scl.onl- Miss'Mclxsac pair vcti insliiiftivc ai.d in licnip musing in the dcparlnirat. A krer, intctcM. was inaifilaii-Pd in all bumches. tiplit up livcuc.l by inters I' marks beAriiiK on Ihc ]iDssih uj Ihe sontli lo'intry. Seated poinled re- city feolins sure of Ihe interest i is always felt here in auy C. P. K. project maklnr for the npbulMing gonliiern Alteita. Optimism Coniervallan Taking as his text Carlyie's famoim Remember now and always that life is no empty dream, but a solemn reality based cti elcrulty and encom- passed by It: Hnd your laslr, eland uy il. Ihp night cometh wlieo no .man may wori." Mayor lUrdle confined hiuiself lo Ihc time liniii; hut crowded Into It'a lalk Htat will'not soon be forgotten. Ills oulslandiiiE" remark was lhat l.ellibridgo es of ilh him tin i.cad cf Ike table v.ere Ihe si.rakcrs of ovcliliig. .lohn f. Sv.-celiiic of Ihc- C. 1'. 11.. M.iyor Ilir- niunt. and let re ii IHtle doubt thv Increase in mararonl sales will fullon his avlislic. iMwn aronl as is sc-rvcd." ed. through tbc sphere, ino.wri as a "boom." This was considered a truth of crpat significance. Tbe oplimislii: spiril. said be. Is very desirable, so ions as It is roverr.cd by consena tlam. As an example of tbe abtlity of boom periods, the msyor cited' bis eiperience in Hlrmingliar.i. (Continued on uith Iho to the l.isi m.imenl, Miis SlPvms, Candy f.'o.cf which who is lo mo.st cf the ,inil (jurdnr.r uro the promoters. Mies of this loan, having kclvicd (.llne in for In a hishly at the Wfunans Inslitnlc W. 0. L. HARDIE wreck near Thursday islanj off 'Iho First Commlesloner and on the job all tho time for Lethbrldge irvcral Iime5, and becoming a favor-j it with all. in cooking, file., and1 proved her ?.-OI'K by all the ijnorl things to be ralcn by those, prfscnt. 1ml the highest prais? has 1-c-cn Kime hy ever) one who alltr.ilcd the school. And il is the sincfrc ot thc rcsirttnls; if tliis idis-trict tlial this airictdlutal school will br annual atiair and that I'inclier Crnk uill be on tlio liil lor the nexl (our. "We be one of (he first places lo recover- tne general depression. Kiisincss Bf'iicr'.illy'tB on a sounder ba's-' Is lhan tt TV as twelve all know whore w? are al: Our farmers are gratlu- aling Erotii to pro- we have laker, slock of our and arc- for- rcclir.g Iheni.- II Is slated there Is ample money for lez- itin-.ale business. Spoculailcn in real estate i? no! h Ibal 4 (lass, but demand if. and 1 see r.o lesson, wllh improving con- i ditioriE. why the demand should not be good, especially aj regards reslJente property. I.elhliriilgp o-fers many advan- lages from Iho slandpoint. of n II. Ilowman. liaii'1 on lite flrinjrs 4 44 4 4