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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thiii'wlny, TITE TIEKALD You can get a Lot "-for your money firms advertizing on this page 150 loot lunilaop 1'neinaj street inil- track in South Lcthbridgt. WOO cash, 3 ami 6 month'- This uiU on'.V be'on the market for a lew Jays.. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited STREET-PHONE 1214 Revenue Producer "Farm consisting ol 160 acies i miles, fiom Nai.lon, 7 miles horn r.nkland; iy2 miles Irom HOAX C N. 11. Unvmilo, 1 rmlo from school Mild cliuiuh. This liuul is Iico t'roia bloiic'; soil is heavy dark loam. 120 acics'in oats, in line condition 40 acres to bo summer- (allowed. The oiop will be worth Price Per Acre, TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1098. Office Macdonald Building. SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Oioss Si, (5th A-sc. A. AT.) close to'lviiidergartcn Bcbool. Piicc each; One-third, balance 4 and 8 months. Nortli Lethbridge Realty PHONE >36 Snap for Quick rSale 20 acres, part of L S D 12, N B 1 4 30 S 20, v. 4th, situated only three'miles due eait of City, at 00 per acre, on termty Apply A. E. M. PAGET Public f 203 Farmer Building i Man. Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA'OF CANADA Oumg to the fact that we have had a considerable number of clients who were not able to puichase IhO acres, we have lust pur chased a large tract in the Nechaco Vailej of winch we will sell in 40 acre tracts. Acret Price per acre First Payment Monthly Paymtnt SUCH A CATASTROPHE WOULDN'T HIT CALGARY TJie T. H. Stagg Land Co. Rni. TI 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs SEOU.RITY IN CO., LIMITEJ) "LAND MEBCHANTS" IniuranM Money to Loan i Room Block, L.thbrldge, Phone 768 Room 207, Templeton Buildlnj, Salt Like City, .Raymond Is the View of an Expert Weather Observer There Onlgnry, Engineer Jas. T. Child, who Is a close student of as- tronomy'and an expert-on weather conditions this'morning expressed the inrlction that the chailKins of the Japanese current to a iiosifion fartlrer north in the Pacillc hjid absolutely nothing whatever to lio with Sunday's disturbance at Kesina. 'Of conrs-e. it Is unusual for us '.o experience atmospheric disturbances of such magnitude In .these provin- ces." declared Jlr. Child, "but they are not unprecedented by any.means. 1 remember camping at Kap-pel Lakes in 13D8 when the district .n'as visited by a cyclonic storm, which tore: up things pretty, badiy., smashed our tents all to smithereens, swept through' Wolseley, demolishing a church and several buildings 'and in some cases even ripping off shingles ana driving them Into boards like pins or darts.' Jlr. Child attributed the iiegina.dis turbance to ordinary causes. Aficr a period -ol-; prolonged and excessive heal, unbroken by winds of any con- seii'icmce, a vast aiea of 'dead all accumulates. -This..lies over the laud until it cornea'Into contact with a for- eign current of cold air. When this happens a rotary uiojion is set which mores' iu-a. spl'rai form and de- velops Iremendous energy and thus Is produced the inestlble loice caused so devastation at He- gina. These disturbances are pecul- iar to the district: and to Ihe Dakotas lo the South We hue them in Cal gary in much-smaller fornV but their action rn.lj be observed b> the couise of papers aiound bv winds after a 'long period of hot weather: Ilo'wcver, there need be no appre- hension' on i his: score in Cnlgary as the tempeiatuie neither uses high enough 1101 remains sulionan foi a sulliciently produce- cy- clonic conditions Calgan has the mediating Influence of the mountains, taken With the high altitude and rarlHed atmospheie makes for a consistently equable temperaune and one I hat'is not liable to violent fluc- tuations "MADE IN CANADA" TRIP IS AT AN END Great Crowds Visited the Tram During West- ern Tour Portage la Prairie, The ".Made In i Exhibition .train completed Its Western Canada at ten o clocR 111 this cUj Satin daj inglit and left inimediateij foi Toionto antl Monti eal where the vull be removed from the cars. The trip has heen'rer markablv successful the tiain'regis, ter showing .1 total attendance of people winch not aKO ivonld ne considered a laige at tendance at the Toronto Exhibition. The train left .Montreal on May ill thus will have been on the road 48 dajs, bv the time it reached Monti eal tiext Wednesday As exhibition has been closed on Sumlajs it has been open to ihe public tlnrtj nine flajs making the average attendance per dnj about 7000 It would have been difficult to have accommodated gre.itei nnmbei at people in tbe same nnmbei of stops The tion visited bundled and fotu points'or all aveiage of nearly thiee per dav As some of these places were Irom twentj to Oft) miles apait and as the tiain did not run more than twentj live Tillies an'houu it will be been that this special with its staff has' hid a bus) lime of it during the patt six weeks The en tire tour covered a distance of six thousand two bundled and fifty miles which would be an average of sixtj miles between stops this average seems high but is accounted toi hi the long runs between Mont real and Ottawa Ottawa and Toronto, Toronto and Poit vrthur, Poit Arthur and. Kenoia Kenoia and Winnipeg The representatives in chaig-e of tho exhibition have bad a busy time of it attending to the public bv pn ing information on their various' ex hibit- and distiibuting souvenirs Some idea ot the lattei task nw) be gathered 'from tbe fact thai Ihe Me Clarl Manufacturing Co distributed little shovels and mir rors, the Ideal Bedding Co _ gave awav 1 desciiptive1 cnculais the N'atioml Drug and Chemical Co dis tributed 50.000 samples talcum ponder and lO.OQO ciiculars the Hendeiion Co gave out 21) 000 circulars; the Imperial. Tobacco Co disposed of 1 000 samples antl fans; tbe Gutta Perchn Rubber and MlnufacturillB to handed out maltpse 'crosses and the G r btev ens Co of Winnipeg gave avvaj caids and ciiculars to 210000 people Other exhibitois wore also piofuse in the disposal of soiivcmis and litciature 11 D Sculh, managci of the exhi bition; look charge at almost every stop of the municipal council and Board of Trade, piloting tlism througl the ciis and explaining the various exhibits as lie passed along In this conned ion it is worthy to noto that airiest eveiy town in the west of_100 inhabitants or more has a Hoard of Trade and uslialb a live board at that, which as a. rule acts'in an ad- visory capacity to Ihc or distiicl council Pno secretary liad liteiatme to dislilhnle ami as .1 re 'suit the exhibitors have between CO and 70 booklets setting forth, oftcn- 'tlmes in supcrllillvn lansuaue the fea- -Uirei; and advnntagoB of weslern, vll- IICOB. nnd cities Bffoie loiv ilng Tpronlo, Ml Scully had printed boblileU well, illustrated and J Ramsav the handsbriiely 'designed describing train and containing a list of the ex- hibitors These were all distiibuted idlciousiv by Mr Sciillv'a assistant. 195 T. H. the lecturer, gave lectures of twenty each dur- ing the totn rule these weie in the dtnnig car vvhich was converted into anaaiHlHormm On a sheel at one end of Ihe Lir was plac cuViain 'W Redpath threw excellent''teni'rvievv's ilius Lriting Mi Race s lectures on Can sdlan Industries" -which weie in im pcrtant educational feature-of tbe trip Mr'-Redpath exulfcfat line ot slides illustratingjaclories, workmen, watei powers elevators f and other featurt-h enteimg into Canadian Indus tnal life Altogether he had 2bS slides Jfi of which weie1-associated directh witb the lectuie In manv cases however, he the, Elides thiongh without the late of eleven a minute careful esti mate shows thatJduring the thiits nine dave he threw 33.8JO'views on canvas. Noi was the social end of the trip jvei looked U forts four points an tomobiles owned bv citizens weie wailing to tilte the 'Made in Cm atU' train paity on ,i torn ot the town anil district In some cases these trips "oveied from thirt) to foity miles giving the visitois an ex ceptioml opportunit) to view man) paits of Western Canada at close lange -In ims wti> niuny excellent stietches of countrv weie visited, a tup through a mile of when being o-r common occtnience In these an tomobile diives the development of mdustiial life in Western Canada wa: also obseivefl at such points as Win nipeg, Repini, Lethbridge, Brandon Medicine Hat Calgar) rdmonton SnsUatoon and manv other 'place: where Yactorv life though still In it: llifnnr) shows ubstantial actnltv At .other points luncheons, banquets balls and ot'iei forms of enteitain ment were given while evenvvheie the leiJiesentatiii's on the tram vver- extemled the hospitality'ot the loc clubs v In the pailv were several good sin ers, musicians and one or two come lans who kept dull monotonv f awav fiom life lr, a Pullman car M. Scully w'as much pleased with the was liberal treatment accorded Ihe train b) the press To their assistance WTS duo in ro small degree the Ihe exhibition, resulting m lai attendance. NEGRO ARRESTED 'FOR AWFUL MURDER Sioux llilv with the murder of the Joseph .Moore family of six and two guests, at Villis- ca, Iowa, on .tune linberts a negro, is belt! by the. Sioux City po lice. Sheriff A. A. Jackson, of. Hull OaK, low i will arrive here todav, with the warrant -.'or Roberts' arrest. ttobens says he was nt Clnrintla Iowa. Ihe nliibt of the murder, bavins gone to r.peiul bin has I m .Sioux I'lOfi ant for tlnce veirs hasfcorKcd as a pcrtcr jn a pliotogplih stmllo CAREER OF THE NEWHAIRMAN SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE MAN WHO .SUCCEEDS THE LATE JUSTICE MAiJEE Henry Lumley Drayton, K.C., cor- poration counsel for the. city of Tor onto, .who has jiist been appointed chairman ot the Raihvay Commission, is a native of Kingston1, Ont., where he was horn, on April. 27. I86U. His father, P. H. Urayton, K.C., official arbitrator for this IB of English birth and ancestry. He came .to Can- ada as captain of the liith Rlf.-ss of England. Henry L. Crayton .was edu ojted at the schools 'of England and Canada, tie became a law student- n.lSSii, wlien he entered the law of- fice of Messrl Lount Marsh, this city.1 Me was admitted -to the 'bar. of Ontario in 1801. Mr. Draylon. became assistant .city solicitor in '18.93.'' under City Solicitor R. Biggar, and later under Sir William B. .Meredith, who succeeded Mr. Riggar. Me was also assistant cit) sollritor nndei I S Fullerton He retired from the civic 'service -In- September, 1900. and -became a. part- ner of Charles J.; Holman, K.'C. He was appointed county' crown attorn-ay for York. on January 1904, and .in November. he retired from this position to resume the practice of ,aw with Mr. Holman> He was -.ap- pointcd: a K.C.. .In January, I.90S. Mr. Drayton became .corporation- counsel on April when lie succeeded J. S. Fullerton, K.C., 'who had resigned owing to ill health. Mr. Dravtou is a member. of the Toronto Hvdro-Klectrlc Power Commission, his appointment from the Ontario government- on ..May.- 11; 1911, Something of tile social qualities of the new chairman of the Dominion Railway Board may. he inferred from the fact that he is a member .of the following Toronto Club, Toronto- Hunt Glub, Ontario Jockey Cluhj.Rosedale Golf .Club. Glen Miijoi Fishing Club, loionto Racquet Club and Eneineeis' Club of Toronto Mr Qrajton was mained to Miss Edith Mary Cawthra.-'daughter of ;JIr.' loseph Cawthra, of this cits. Septem her 11, 1892 'Ihey haxe three Uill dren, Missei> Grace, and Mar garet Dl avion ELECTRIC POWER ONTARIO POWER FOR THE USE OF AD A" ft BECK EXPLAINS Beachi ille Ont luly Faimmg as demonstrated here, 'by the Hydro-Electric Power Cornnils sion, Is less than a chemical formula and moie than a th-eon It is a prac tical application of electnclt) as a motne power to the bran- ches of farming where labor is reuuir- ed It niininmes the labor problem, ind i educes the cost of (aim opera lion 'But what seems to be more important in these dais, when talk of the depopulation of runl Ontano is heard is the claim in Hon Adam that bt itb agenrj the voung people' men and women uho aie now being drawn to the cities and Indus trial centres will tmd fatm life more aUracthe if not equally profitable, and hence ic'nipin on the land The demonstration at Be.ichville was twofold It was the lirst effoit of the Commission lo show the farm er at closer range just nbat the On tano cheap pOwci movement means to him To the people of BeaUnilie It was the tangible beginning of the particlpition of this ullage in the powei scheme under the mosl recent legislation bv the Ontano house Hon. Adftn' Beck took advantage of the occasion to make the announce ment that the commission is about to order two portable threshing outfits, will lour the coimtn this fail to "give demonstrations jot the use of the power for this and other heavy (aim work, suth ns corn cutting and ploughing, where, say, 25 horse power would be required. The cost 'of such an. equipment. Mr Beck explained would be about J1000 less than the present threshing "out fit: it would stand four Mines .the ser and require no expert foi main- tenance A meter would measure the duanlitj of DOWC. used and the farms would be billed b} the municipality This announcement evoked unher sal but equally practical was the statement that a supnl; of two horse powei of electricity would suf- fice tor hou-c lighting milking dalri ing feed culling cooking and Ihe var loua Incidental occupations where power In some form or othei is le quired The multiplication of thi' did not increase the' cost .of power. Mr Beck pointed the uso couM be equalled tjiroufhout the and so that there would bo no Third Avenue Business lots block 141 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Estate A DOMINION 91OCK. PHONE 111S. WW. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS, FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE, t SHERLOCK-' BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE "Ari'.OId Eitlb'liihecl Firm of Good Repute." Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Feu Lots in Parkdale FOB EACH The C. B. Bowman Agency MCADIA BLOCK. PHONE FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery Firm L.nd, O. T. LATHROP St.fford Block For Quick Sale Choice hllfuctlon, 3 mllei from Weyburn line, per bilince on term' Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. j id' Sherlock Bulldlnor-Phone D. L. HERE! Six corner lots, 7th Are South SNVP 1 3 cash, bal- ance 6 antl 12 months Lot 13, Block J650 Good terms (i Fullv moilern bouse, 8 room, kept grounds, 9th St, S SNAP at J4700 Good terms. "V L. S. Ripley Company WATTERSONIN NASH HUMOR AGED JOURNALIST SAVS ROUGH THINGS ABOUT THE PERR LESS LEADER Lorn Mile, Ki Juh J T Henry in the Courioi Journal to- compares Bnan 10 a laltl-snali, but savs he mil sup- poit Ins tic ct Writing of Brian un.- ticr tile Icid "1 reaction Ltlspcak- says ihc mask, which in his unguarded fun, Ilnan has allowed jiv-raj', fiom Hie sleek antl smug so long deceived supetfcial sr-rvcrs into the belief lhat, ttioush a Huh and commonplace, he sincere, .imi.iblc man, shows the vvorltl ,il last the verv embodiment ,f prosperous hvpocnsv and-success- ful irilice "llo'v bhail we claisltv, .and what tall lie the measure ol detestation i v hich not onl) good Prmocrals hut ail good men must hereafter and hirc-Orr" hold the sardonic figure A Uallimorc, in his lagc and spleen throwing of! all I'lsiiinse of prudence, .nut showing himsrlf in his Irur char- acter 01 msralr, tratoi an! Pharisee., Me b.llllr-ii spitting upon hands that had befriended him the hca'cn mountebank halkcd o! his the tiillic'.nakr rrvcnlcd, cxud mR pmson lint disease and death' mav Inllnvi in the of his tortu- ous course." TO SUPERINTEND MANITOBA The MMinldpalltlos of Olaci! 'Bay, UK! Doiiiiiiinn, Nr. .S-, nrc.'being. Biicd ilio j ovrTiinjpni foi the services of during Itoc coal The St. Thomas. Trades and Ijibor. Council, h> rcnolvilion, (Ire action of Hie Lords jilllancc in (topping a Sunday car sen Ice PROMINENT DAIRY MAN.DEAO Smlili Kails, Ont.. R. Singleton president of the Eastern Ontario' Dairy. Manufacturers Associa- tion, dltd this morning, aged about fitly. Winnipeg, Juls J L Barry merl) manager of the Tri State j- phone companv at Minneapolis, this morning appointed tojake charge of the telephone system of the Munk, toba government, succeeding IF C. Patterson, with H Hayes and I.Ioran fOTmei commissioners, resignations, were tendered last 'and accepted bv meeting of the' cabinet this morning 4, Barn arrived in the toflay I and will take charge of the work Im- mediately.. Worth Buying huvh 4 room house on wtaloi and two lots near Westminster Uoad, Xorth Ward (close cash imc'u C loom fully modern house, 7th Ave. i S Tel ins: price 33150 bin-' 2 Blofk 129 Tcrnis; price HOUSES TO RENT _MONEV The Dowsley Molhero Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th StrMl, ;