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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, July HE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 0- MAGIC BAKING POWDER BARING POW-DER MADE IN CANADA FOOL AND HIS MONEY SEPARATES PRINCE E.NTERTAINS SCALES-IS-JIBED AT BY FLUNKIES London lufi Piince Mian, o! India who at the and li distinguished bj wearing his hat down flier his left ejc and h) tho possession ol an enoimous fortune spent a large part of his quartorlj ircpnie last mglu on a din- ner and entertainment, mailing the cost ol the poninund pet- lormnncc at the Palate theatre He had fifU guests to dinner and two hundred it an entertainment In the trand ball loom of the Riti, mclud in? 1'r nee Yrlhur of Connaught, J'r n L Qcorgc of dreete, Prince thustophet of (trectc the Australian "nd Russian', ambassadors, Lord Cur- yon of Kodlebton, Marquis dc cril, I- Drexel the Duchess of Rutland, the Marchioness of Ri- pon, I ad; Cuinul and Herbert The penornicrs included pionuncnt s'ngcrs from the Gitden Op era eompim and members, 01 tile Ru'sini ballet The I rlnca would he much surpris ed neio he to heat tin. comments ot the mmliics at the Hlti as he passe1 BARNEY IS BJJSY SPOT THESE D4YS PHOHE CONSTRUCTION WORK ft. Junfl Wcik on the telephone Jjine, it to connect Barney With Tabertwill i-ommence In the near Mr Burkg, aocompan led bv the JfcLean, motored through our bijrg 'last. Be cured a sufficient numoei ot contracts signed t6 guarantee the line Mr Joe Brooks ngd My Oscar son bine the contract tor loads in good condition the pastnveek Th accomplished a good iob just soutluoC _ J We a no lees, than contract ors with outfits working on, the new il> P R Klpp-Suffield line Just noitheast li aeth'lt; Itself these days. Tha crops m, the 'district ,are the best LaUna Biooks has a field ot that is a sight to behold, and it one o: many r L Rev Geo Edwards will be home Mr and- Mrs Arthur Smith for tne present Tha >isited our district ini left eight pound bos Mr ind Mra. Earl Whitaker, Rose Plain School closed on Fridaj for two weeks' vacation Pipes will ipend the holidays Banff Mr S O MVestre has hli homestead to the C P R foi tow n ute Besidei receiving the conaldeia tion that was paid in good hard Ci nadlan "currency Mr Westre has this i ear's "crop and the of re moving his houna Mlsi Ethel Hastings who bus been teaching ichool in Eiterville Iowa is sperdmg the at will her parents Garment Hospital Dept. Sick garments made well If jour are out of place reset them If vonr are broktn we build them up and give them new life If altlits arc 111 we cuaiintec a Cllle, Our chief the boat Our evils thit wearing apiwrel Is heir to Pa'terns dmftcd to order Uso (ry our cleaning and pressing department. J. Men'i Tallon. IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF WOOL IN THE SOUTH 'Ncw'.Daytpi'v J.uly majority falieep owners' jn. Southern Alberta striving to- produce :ji', of which they.' 'believe w-111 give licm-ai better''quiillty of wool, and It; aiid'a't'the sameHlmc will ot'detei'lorate or sacrifice liny, other loint. Tliii .IlcrnldUn conversation with Ir. a 'prominent .wool iner- hant ot Toronto. .Uarned that'buyers re recognizing this fact and offering rices accordingly. '.Mr.-Carter spoke specially of the work Bishop Har. ;er of MaRrath In this' progressive lovement. Mr. Marlrer wlli be re- varded effor-ts, be- ause ho has already, improved the his product, a shlpineni. of vhich IB now on the leading plat- orm at New Dayton. According to the Jiistory of old Spanish colonies six read of i Spanish Merino sheep were rought into the United estates. On one of the colonjiiing" expeditions of his mtion these head weie prob ibh originals of the In this stock was mixed vith native moiinialh 'sheep. These heep were naturally of coarse gieasy wool but the stock leterlbrated "until there was: develop- ed what, are today'known as "Uava- os This tjpe of sheep is bire bellied, .with no wool on the legs, the ntire1 coat They are poor (producers, clipping -an average of-from three to live pounds a year. A few years ago such a type of sheep was common on the biit as the ncomlng the ranges sheep owners looked more and rnoie breeding up their flocks and en- deavoring to grow two strands o[ wool where one grew .before. It costs quite as much to range, a long-legged Uaiajo with no meat as it does a fine plump, well woolled sheep and tris easy' to see. which of the 'two brings in the highest net. profit. Head of Flock Important There is a duenitj ot opinions as regard the best. Tarn to use n grading up ShropBhires make a very good cross with bleeds vhen the range is m hrat class shape but it is next to. impossible 'to hold them in a herd, when.'the poor, and it a shepherd cannot herd ijs sheep to he cannot iroflt, on' account, of the prej ing of Coyotes 'and othei enemies of the othoi mutton ack theie" nocking dualities as well as Consequents -it is ad- iised, thalld. The Marquis is one of the great est Und owners .'in England. Lady "Warjour-, who li, a god-child of the late A ictona, is a pamtei whose'works have been exhibited at the Roval and a singer whose, voice .professionals envy. Mrs, 4ndicw" and children left }eslerdav altenUJan on an tended usit to Toronto, Hamilton and Stratford Queen honored Miss Marj Carlisle, the painter, jesterday bj Msiting rcr exhibition of Calitorman at the Modern Gallon, New strccl In is97i ,oac ot the i Diamond Jubi'ee, Miss Carlisle paint- ed d .ninialure of Queen Victoria Miss Balfour, of Chicago, has at- v inch so pleased the Pnncc 01 ned in the citi to be a guest with (bat ..ueen Victona piescntcil it to her niece, Mrs E U Uilandb, Carlisle had an opportun- the summci of Queen KILLED IN AUTOJCCIDENT MACHINE TURNED OVER PINfUM.G VICTIMS "GEDY NEAR DULUTH Minn, Till} was instantly crushed fiom the 'bodies qf Jlrs William "white, Duluth; Miss KliAsruson, Br.dgepoit, and.-LangforiilMaddlgan, Duluth, the latter a chauffeur, at about midnight on a county pike near''Duluth, when a touring car in which they weie re turning home, skidded from the road and- pinioning its pants beneath. William White, jr., was serlouslj in jured about the back, and is in a lo cnl hospital Miss Nannie Tuirish, the Miss Cook and Miss Marguerite Cook, of Willow C'lh, Noitll are guests for a jj.path w lib Mis Margaret Taj lor., Mr and Mrs C M Arnold, ot Brooks, spent the with Mr nnd Mrs G L A rooman Mis Ar- nold will remain'for the week Mrs S J ShcplicVd w as a tea bom .lObles1; this atternoqn, in coureesj to Uaugh hei mother, Mis of Maple (.reek. Miss J Pendetgasl, ot ar- ,.._ in the ciU last night to take ot embroidered chiflon entiomng this portrait to last month and ller Majesti consented to lend it tor the DEWDM3Y-PKTCRS The matiugc of Mr Edgai Dewd- ol the Bank ot Montreal slati al B I son o! the fion lid- gar Ucwdicv and Miss Man Helen Pofers, daughter of.Mr and Mrs F I'd is, place in SI Paul s churib, Esquimau, on June 19 The Ulen was the olnci- The bride, w bo w as Id bridesmaids, wore emhroidsred in leinoon, and is a aplemlW one The I dallglvter of Henn c Tumsli, big crond was1 hmnensell Ceased, )umbermaii, was severelj shocked and and there should be a crowded tent tonight FOUR DROWNED AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg July lives lost by drowning in Winnipeg and neigh boring resorts- characterized Domin- ion Day heic At Winnipeg Beach Charles a Winnipeg real istate dealer and Miss Carrie d. neice of H. T. the well-known financier met death while brtlnng Patterson was about 2S and Miss about M leais of age The body ot Miss has been recovei Adam Bole, aged 28.. a Winnipeg plumber, was drowned in the in the Hhor near River park Intel in the owning a named McHugh ag'd 10 5ears was drowned while bilhlng In the Red Hhel near Norwood. charge of one ol tho dcp.irtments in the Garbutt Business College. Mrs 0 Stephens and children leave on afternoon to spend ,1 couple 01 months' MSitmg in DC j (.-nit, Inronto Haiclock and Water- loo. Her Mill was ot Lin crick la-e Tin little girl attendants wor _ green (icpc lie chine Empire trod1? narrows, Grossley alone escaping and late caps best man. Mr. J. Cambio was Mis Hugh Donnan has as guests iotx TO BE ENGINEER Toronto Out', .full I K Allen, of Torbpto, assistant engln eer of 'Or Toionto has heen notified of his appointment as city engineer He will Jake "V his new nork shoitly succeeding Mi W W. Thornton, recently appointed commissioner of works tor. Reglna. WILL SWAMP lull I-" a sclllemenl tlip dlffeienops liotwttn the eji nlers anil employeta Is not made by lav apparently lifeless at the road side, until carried to a nearbv fai in- house, where was restored. Charles W. Fitzgerald, the sitth member of the' party, was thrown clear 0'.' the and escaped without injury Gaming his feet, he found an effort to the heavj automobile 'ran along tbe_rojul to J. farmhouse, and secured tour men, .who pried the car'from the bodies The woman and the chauffeur were dead The point at wlilch tha tragedy oc- curred Is about four miles fro.n Pike Lane. The pike in a gentle sweep from higher ground to an ab- rupt turn. When tha .cai a.-rned at the curve, it was travelling at about ten miles per hour. Tne surface of the road slopes to the left, with a nar vow ditch at the base. The car ikidded from the track, and when the front wheels struck the ditch, the equipage plroutted into the air and landed botlomside .up. The party had spent the afternoon and evening as guests of .Miss Tmiish and Charles Fitzgerald, at the latter's cottage at Pike Lake., The car Is the properly of Henry C. Turnsjl, the lum- berman. Miss Gladys Richardson was twen ty years oM. and her home is In Bridgeport, Conn. She was a guest of Miss and" had been at her home for some days. Mrs White was house shoit time hot sisters, the Misses ot Chicago, who will spend the summci on a uncb in this district Rev) C. Grant tho ninth of the will attend the .Canada district oi the Ohio Lutheran Mr Giant, will retuin on tho nineteenth Alt IJ M Gr.n, who icccntl) le- turned trom the cast with his biidc, was taken to tho Gait hospital toclal suffering (torn an attack ot jppandi- VjiiiGS" id Societies The Luther I ot SI Paul's Firsl Lutheian chmi-h will meet to morrow evening at S o'clock at the home 01 Rei. C. Grant, ISO1) Sixth We S Mr Bra) ptesidril at a well attend- of Epworth (J, -lirJinij ICllYUti'-Uir L-Miv UIUUM mj. y iii--v......------ noiilh toi where he league last at which Pi llli.lf, ,11! will go 11 IVUiH IIIKJ HIM fen the walericnt made thin morning b> oho Of the men i leaders Rev Charles and Mis Bishop, ot Coaldale, who been on_a short with T P and Mrs Pcr- v at the returned hqmc tortaj. Mih G U.ancs, Fitlh S, is entertaining as ho.lsc gilcsts tor the ne-t lew dais Mrs C, Peterson and daughtei, Roleita and Mr Rob- Steel, ol Portland, Oregon. The Duchess of now rc- tiom her ic-eut illACbs, left Montreal (or Quebec this mo nmg in about 65 years old. William White. She-was the-wife JUST RIGHT FOR YOU N'o oilier cereal food Is so widely as Kellog's Toasted Corn Klnkcs Us flavor pleases everybody. Order n trn-cont Jrom your grocer to day. fpssdr dress gaie a splendid Pro- ad- YOU JHE RAIN1 gMILE Unless you keep yourself dry ana comfortable in one of our RAIN COATS LADIES We offer you an exceptionally fine' range in grey, fawn, light mixtures oi tan and brown, or navy blue RIDING SKIRTS LIGHT WEIGHT WATERPROOFS with soiutioned seams........................... SHOWER PROOF TWEEDS, in all shades and have Just taken delner; ot a fine lot of Riding Skirts, well cm. and strongly tailored, in a otrong Khaki Drill or all wool navy serge. KHAKI DRILL ALL WOOL SERGE A SPECIAL OFFER TO MEN We have about 1 dozen fine quality rain coats, made from a ery soft cashmere cloth, stitched reinforced Beams, very light weight, Mill pack into a very small space, yet perfectly wator- pioof A special offer all sizes, fj CA one pi Ice I HUDSON'S FOUR DROWNED IN THE FRASER Vancoiuer, B C, July more victims have been .claimed by he Uppei Frauer, accoi ding to the statement of arrhals fiom Fort 3eoi ge The steamer B X, left Foit Geoiga Saturday, round three men maroonpcl on a log jam In the Traser River jubt Fort George canjon, fifteen miles from Thev Oatlej, I P Johnston A Johnston Thej had were. L. O and Andrew" been on the jam 52 hours without food and suffered mtenselj Joseph Grotslej of Toronto, was taken off an island where he had been marooned ijli-hours.' He had rbeen accompanied b) six other men of nhorn lie was certain that four were drowned. Two if the'four weie lamed Mitchell, a wt 0[ uie rour weie iuilieu a ncarlb the slxirt Cashed to an Scotchnnn IS years old, and Thomp nlishman names of othei son, an Englishman, names of othei -in, two unknown All, had .come from Winnipeg recently had been -o reseda ,Kopt on- a ,ntt in going through the The Sick-Hoom Sui0.eamb ill meet for the last t me uut 1 .liter tne hoh- dd5 w.iicn, at loui o I'lotn tomortow altcruoon W'ith-Mrs. C. I''. 1'. Cony- Hivcrview St Ctpnan's Sunday school will hold their annual picnic on Tuesday, Juh n, near the agricultural giounds 'I I'd olTcting a I the next will ho to the picnic fund. CAMPBELL LANE TO; GO ON-THE BENCH Report Confirmed Thlt He Suo ceed Judge. Davidson Montreal, July report that Campbell Lane, K 0, has been ap- pointed to the vacant Supenoj fourt judgesniti fo1- to -succeed ludge Da.'idson, recently appointed chief Justice, was confirmed tonight on unimpeachable authoiity The or der in council has been passed, and the only teason why It was not offlc lally announced was that the nor General hid not signed it The appointment of Mr set- tles one of the acutest fights for the distribution of Uohtlcal patronage that occurred .n Montreal since the Conseivnthc government came mtc power Mi Lane is an old political horse nnd although he succeeded in being elected he has .'ought mnnv hiud bat'les, running aer.inst Robert Bickerdike in a hope struggle In St Lawrence division aid working throughout the provlncfc DEFENDANT HAD CONTRA BILL CONSEQUENTLY POLICE COURf CASE TO WAS DISMISSED A little mivup in accounting at Kipp was aued in police 'count sesr teiday. Jas T Gwillim charged Leo Sago "with theft of ?112 88 s According to the jvhicU, was submitted during tho preliminary hearing, Sage made an arrangement with Gwillim to'taks at number, of hogs, kill and sell- them' as pork at cents per pound This w as done, and, the total amount iccened for the pork was S8 But It was also brought out that Gwillim j owed Sage a countei account, amount- ing to for elevsn loads ot hay at 510 per load, and Sage refused to turn, the money for the hogs over to Gwil- llm On this evidence, and from the fact that Gwillim and Sage did not ireem to have a binding agreement at, to the disposal of the money the pbrkl ed to en'ertain the charge against Sage, dismissing it with costs against the plaintiff ONE CHARGED. WITH MURDER Quebec, July cia! policemen two provin accompanying them, STAVING OFF THE EVIL DAY Winlipes, Inly Increase in elephone rates will not go into ef ect until January 1913, is the state nent handed out at telephone head quarters by the government author! the. I Gr.ii accompanied the ,md the 1'rincess I'atricia. Mrs. Abbic 0. H-orspool, 1303 Sixth Ate S has 150110 to the cast, whric she joint a summer of tcachcis for' tlic study of music uniicr an i-mi- nent artist, "who is Rift- ed in lin method of piano work with children. Miss Miss MarBUt-rite Coos, (if Willow N'oilli Dakol.l, ucrr tin riisim i-lir ot dfliKhtlul little, Llaiini'd Hir- ikiul IllKidis as hosl'ss lasl vsas pin-Ml .it Hirer- tl.e phuers includinj; Mibs Mist Isilrl MiSb Oliofrld Monleznno, nnd a woman, llaij HubbaTd. heft tor Murraj Bav tbis morning, tp stand their trial ior the murder ot an Italian, which took place at Dale St Paul, and which created a-great sensation at the tlmo and caused miich trouble to the detec- tives to locale the guilty party. BAKER MAY BE '.SOLICITOR-GENERAL Ottawa July Montreal paper vesteiday published a stcr> to the effect that, H 0." Bakei, MP for Mromc, tho man who defeated Hon Ssdnei Fisher on September 21 last will bo apnolntcd sollcitor-geneial The leport pannot be confirmed, ant at IMIJ i.Ue nothing ivlli be done In refcienre lo Inn appointment until 1'ipmler Bonleli icturns Itom Kill! laud. Windsor, and master liluiqlrii "HI thi> deui.indi the men for increased wages shorter hours. TEACHERS OFF TO EUROPE Winnipeg, July contingent of teachers of the West lett after- noon en route tor Europe They' will sail -'rom Montreal an lan party WAS CIVEN TWO YEARS Winnipeg, Julv 1 Qalnclan charged with assault unon fellow cquntrjman, was this morntaf sentenced to two jeara in The Jury inal assize comt tn the .first trial Nature'i Scalp Tonic Machela, Nature's Scalp Tonic, con- tains one ingredient that supplies nourishment to the hair root, one that kills the dandruff germ, and another that puts life and lustie Into the hair Each package contains a packet of Machela Diy Shampoo Powder Price for complete home treatment JLOO Sold and guaranteed by Jackson ft Co. [liliiiiiiiiHnm WMl M EXHIBITION WESTERN CANADA'S CENTENARY THE GREATEST YEAR. OF THE'WESTS GREAT FAIR EXCURSIONS FROM EVERYWHERE ;