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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOUR THE HKKAI.D ttbe e, aifterta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES deliveied per year J400 Daib.jby mall, per year 300 Weekly, by mail, pwyear.... 100 TELEPHONES Business Ofllee Editorial Office 1252 1224 W. A'.'Buehanan John Torrance _Managmg Dlrecior Business .Manager MANITOBA The Manitoba elections take place PICKED, UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN _Alii. Peart is. advocating -Uie abol Uon of .the system in Hegfna. --J.1 Green of Brandon- is ne oi OdOfeUoW lodge may be ganlzed at-Bcllevue. C. H. Silson, gas superintendent a Island, has resigned. A school "is being'bull on Friday. "Wiiat will happen it is dif- at Sow Island, ficult to predict .but what ought to happen is settled in the minds of all friends of good government. In On- .tario the Conservative government bad a good record and it was difficult to attack the. Conservative adminis- tration. In Manitoba tbe situation is entirely different Even hidabound-j Aid. Rizzuto, ot Fernie, has resign Wm. Dick's foundry at Bolton, On was destroyed by fire Conserratives -will admit that the ROblin government has served its use-, fulness and should be replaced. ever partisans are partisans the world over. .-When it conies -to mark- Ing the. ballot very few stray away from the fold and If the common. practice is followed on Friday Bobliu stands a good chance to be returned. The "Liberal parry is fighting progressive platform., mcluding wom- -an siiffrageT direct legislation and banish the bar TLe latter plank IE o.ffered .under different conditions than" were "proposed in Ontario. In 'Ontario If tte Liberal party lad fceen ;returnedjthe bar would1 have gone out of -without any further pro- 'cedure- hut in Manitoba tSie LibsiL'la agree to pass Sanish. the-bar legisla- tion tut it is not- made effective m- 3esg voted upon ijy the people on a vote. The-Hoblin government -possess a and unscrupulous organiza- and will use every illegitimate ef- fort .to win as Las been already prpv- in connection with the. natnraliza- ition and' registration .disclosures.' Friday will prove whether the prov rnce possesses an easy conscience or .not f The Boyal- Motor Ca of Detroit i establishing a factory at Berlin, Ont Chifef _of "Police 'Brown' OS Fe has. resigned. A new. Anglican church to cost J6, 000 -will Redcliff. A Sunday car bylaw was carried in __ ta) iduplea'were married in Chi cago in Sir Wilfrid Laurier will trip, west this fall. CHANGE IN ELECTION LAWS Whether election day. should 'be a public "holiday or the ihours of voting "be extended from five -to seven, "or even eight o'clock in the evening .is oae of the problems upoTi wjiica conn, sel will "be taken toy the Government Muring the -recess, for jt is intended !nest to introduce and pass amending both the Elec- ition and Controverted Elections Act. objection to election day being a holiday is. that at may tend towards intemperance. .Tie .more probable icourse. would by to.extend the voting hours in cities and towns but not in districts. A draft -being prepared of proposed to Controverted Elec- itions -Act in the ;light of inquiry -by a -special committee last session will propose numerous changes in the 'Dr. M. S, Fraser, an old time Bran- don resident, is moving to Winnipeg; -vEdmontoK %ill spend more than year on i-s school system Milton-P.; Chamberlain, a fruit ran- cher? at-Syringa Greek, near-Nelson, C. euiclded. W. E.- catea andjlli83 Alice JfcDon. aid of Cranbrook-Trere married Spokane, at T. McVittie, of Fort died at Victoria. G. F. Dexter has resigned as prin cipa3 of Cranhroofc school and Oak; Bay, -B. C. The- Albei-ta and yiwsrnpliifal Union convention will :meet. Uedlcbie Hat on July Rev. G. S. E, a well knowu -AngHcau in tte dio- cese of Huron, l> dead at Glaawartb, Ont Gustave oafer. M. r., nu nominated is 'Liulrs! far the new Federal coMtltawy of Sour langes-VaudrlouI, Qiwbec. In- a verv. sJiort time H ia expected the C. P. li. line between li and Moose Jan-: will be courpMted ud ready for traffic. Miss M. a SnowbaU, -official at Winnrpea. died at Rextna. She m conkdend the ab- est stenographer in Canada. 50 (hares of Dinpnan oil ocouloB r the trial of Malcolm Gilford, wio to be tried for ihe.cnudw of'Frank Clute, at Albany. All alngle tilldless talesmen; we balleaged. The body of a foreigner, Andrew Kravech, a hammer, drill runner, was und lifeless at the foot of the run- ay at the 530-foot .level of the Beaver mine, Cohalt Marki are notaive evidence he was We vie tim of a'prematlire blaifc. Dew found OB miners, be reptod that he bad not. "In roar experience IB the oM working, did you enr know ot an; spariinn from hdllng aalm W. M. Campbell. "No, I never have, and heard Ml ot it." He told tte commission tint never had been any undue amount of gas reported, to him by ray of'the fire bosses wnow work it _1 amlae tke mine. That coal minaf was assumed to be a oeco- pation, be admitted, and also a certain amount ot gas and doat isted in every mine The [act "that safety lamps were necessarv was deuce ot tins. He had" never taown of an eioessive amount of gas recently in the mine, since vears That was in the No 1 slant entry nhen they were erecting the No, 1 fan. "Do von think the ventilation at present is sufficient to protect tue old workings'" "Ves, 1 do "There have beeu blow-outs In some of the mines west of ben' Have you ever known, or heard of than here iu this mine "I have not." Asked if this was a bumpy TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1911 j i The Short-Memoried Public and The Long-Headed Advertiser W do yon suppose, does a owtaOa ful manufacturer of a summer continue to that beverage- in the winter-time? He fa, simply, a thorough be. Berer in the old adage: "Out-of- tight out-of-minA" He does not in the winter with any expectation much of his product whfle the weather n coI4i-biit with a -view of keeping up his Mies the following Pronounced as is jhe impres-. sion his advertising! creates in the summer, he does' not believe in expecting that impression to 'carry over3 the winter ftiouths. The public, has not a long mem- ory. The manufactUMB Iwho want lasting patronage for their product must indeed 'keep ever- lastingly at it.' How surprising that some of them lose sight ot this t'ac-U Experience has shown thjs.nialc- er of beverages that it is uni-ise to discontinue his advertising in the winter. It would be just as unwise for the makers of shoes, or hats', or stoves, or chocolates, or mobiles, to cease advertising iu the summer, i Yes, the "out-of-sight, out-bf- miud" tlieory is sound, as ap- plied to advertising It 'is biij human of us to iavor the which are kept continually he- fore us through advertising, be the weather cold or hot. witness replied that it was npt1 ex- cept in places where toe pillars are ver, tho average A very few points epcrt very slight hail damage No Ullage from fly was reported The ct" that these past few days of m- mse-heat have not brought most satisfactory The. general condition is much more encouraging than at the correspond- of Police 2eats is beini urged ito be. a rcandidate for the He- The Canadian. Bank of 'Commero voted 5250 to the Hillcrest relie fund. 'Win. Hampton, a wealthy Mort lach, Sasfc, farmer, was strncl: by a train and'iUle'd. Col Penhale, -is. likely to he ap- pointed postmaster at Sherbrooke Qua Congress -'is providing J4500 autos for Speaker Clark and Vice-Preslden' -IJresent law designed to erpedite dec. "Ji; R. Barfe, 'of Battleford will oe ..jtion trials. .Within, fifteen days after a candidate te-the Liberal nomina tion in the newly formed Federal dis- trict 'the protest is served the case Is to ie iat issue and judges are to set down 'immediately a date for the bearing, -toe general purpose of the amend- Is to do away with the teehnl- ;cal quibbles and preliminary Qnes- jtlona and -to have the trial of protests the shortest time possible. MAKE'THEM-DEVELOP Figures from Edmonton rshpw that companies wltt'a total''capitaliza- tion of four humored million dollars {have beeu, formed In. this province. It "will'take a few husky "gushers to .bring a decent 'dividend on this in- vestment It's a pity the government allowed any company to be incorporated un- til It put up a good sized- deposit that it was going to get busy and for oil at once. Most of the companies incorporated.lave no otter intention than -to take advantage ot the real de- operations of other com- panies. If a big strike is made they expact to see their stock rise in the general excitement Later on they may do some development work ljut -just now the policy is to wait and see the other fellow makes out. That is a poor policy. If oil Is to be found .In paying quantities sacrifices ot real money will have 4o 'be made In devel- oping operations. That is the de- mand the government should have made upon every company seeking in- corporation. Rev. J. Jr. ItcGiMvray of Aylmer ihas been called to the Petrolea Pres- byterian chiirch.- Sir Edward Clarke, acknowledged lead: of _ the legal profession in Eng- andTis'-aooutf to :jetire. JJSJOJ- IV W, Leonard Jaa resigned aa'Transcontinental Railway Commis- sioner, The-liberals' are likely-to protest the election of E. 'A. Dunlop, M.P.P., ia North Renfrew. resigned as the Quebec secretary of the Dominion Al- liance. Theodore Roosevelt has resigned from. the_ editorial- staff of the New York Outlook. A Hour nfiif and" the National Ele- vator at Langham, Sask., -were .de- stroyed by fire. Fly your flag during the fair. Quebec banished tic bar on July for the day. In making DC Tnlnion Day a booze-less holiday tin province leads all the other .provinces.. Albertaa contribution to Millorest ,rellef and the arrangement for its ;lls- ,trlbiijtion is to be commended. The, jamount 'provided la geiioroui and the (arrangement for expenditure is wise 'and tUuolj, At the; end of this summer the Sas- katchewan .Co-operative Elevator Co. will have 210 elevators in the prov- The 0. N! R. will run passenger trains three times'a week this sum- mer between Edmonton and Calgary via Stettler and Munson. i An Ontario political rumor says a seat may too found for W. K. Me- Naught of Toronto, to enable Sir Jaa. Whitney to place him in oho cabinet -The wife of.W, H. Greaves, C. P. R. passenger conductor. Cranbrook, died very .suddenly of heart -failure last 'fifi sear an5 lashes each was sentence imposed Try Magistrate nders >rman Fraser -arid-, John SJaher, on arges of assault-and .robbery..'--The men beat and robbed James "Ward-.and attempted; to steal from him. Gordon H. Grahame, master at the LakefjeM Preparatory School and two Peterborb boys, J. 'son of Rev. Canon Davidson; and Donald Comeron, son or Dr. have left on a 1000 mile canoe trip to New York city, their .route, Rice lake, down .the Trent river to Bay of Quinte, through a part of Lake Ontario and down the St. to Sorel, down the Richelieu river to Lake Champlain; and' on down the Hudson river to'New York. The Catholic Register of Toronto announces that Father Gnam the wll known Petrolea and Wyoming priest, has ;been excommanicated. 'ex- communication to'Jpws trouble' be- tween Father Bishop Fal- !on of London, arising, over .the 'dis- missal of an organis! in Father three been thrashing aroun'd: in the courts ever since. being drawn-Asked as, to whether I aate o! last there were anj large amountajDlsoclr l_ The dry areas are a part that might fall at any tune, he rt! of thB reserve m Mani- phed that there Vat outside qf 'ooa and a portion ol northeastern rnam's church some two .or- years ago. The; matter -has where toe pillars'aim being drawn, in No 1 south. He not tmntlhe could improve on an} of the coadt- as to the ventilation oi the mine or the precaution against the collection oi gas. Gas would accUm ulate in the openings left b> caves unless the roof was broken through to the surface, and ther anoiber caie iilling on this cave providing it caused would this the. first cave, he replied that ignition of gas in such a part the main, line df the C P U from round Maple .Creek west to Medicine Hat and Southern Alberta. Reports as to flax indicate a con dition that -is fair on the whole, but would not suggest any greater; areas than at first estimated, namely, about acres the three prqunces. Society ot America, who is here from Chicago, says o{ Lord Nelson "This colt is an extra good aniiqal lie is only 14 months old, but is extremely ii ell balanced and would haie been among the tops at the International Futuntj last-year. Very few better jearjiflgfe ever, been shown anv- of Acme, Air Davenport's 'filly, is1 one ol a class of eight nne'lilhe-s She is balanced and -shows beautiful quality and ac tibn.'v was--second In the stallion and 4th. Both the yearling classes mil be placed tomorrow bj Mr Fletcher for the Futurity. The judged this .was the best animal, anv Western drop is 1 Up to Average CONTINUED FROM FRONT -PAGE The report is highly satisfactory, considering the weather which crop has passed through, and' bears out the statement made in earlier ffi- ports that, speaking of the cquntry. as a whole, the'crop had tionaHy good start, was well stool- ed, had a strong root, and was" able to stand adversity. The 22 points: re- porting rain badly heeded will un- doubtedly suffer considerable reduc- tion in yield, buf the general outlook is still for a crop fully up if libt 18 Experts at Roscoe Farm CONTINUED" FnOM FRONT PAGE the Shires, and all the Balgiann tooU their places ..The Pcr- chcirons were but this is largely to the laot that the Futurity is, being judged here this The event comes off to morrow, and includes only the jeal lings in the filly and stallion class cs These classes uc-re judged thu, morning, and if the piaomgs are tho same, Lane's Lord Kelsonv and Dav- enport's Brflhantine of Aune, nn'l be the winners. In the aged stallions, Drewry was Thorne 2nd, 3rd; Thorne was first in the ,thr.ea-yedr old Lane-let and-2nd, and Diewry Srd'anu 4th in the. year-olds THE FEATURE PERCHERON "Bonnis Sell" naS the biggest at- traction' at "tlie'grounds this morning. Mr. Dinsmore of her "She is one of best ever shown in every cha-uipion- ship award made in.'America iii the past few j ears, and I can safel> say to secure extensive tracts that Bonnie Bell has them all top- age or sex, bred in Alberta by the. Judging in the cattle, hogs and owner .Lane's "Bonnie an (sneep classes proceeded ilowly, and eigbtrvear-old mare, Has first, and, not mauj piaCings jvere made before two of her colts wcold and third, I noon The sn'ine classes arc all filled Lord Kelson 2nd, and Kimho 3rd with a splendid array of pure Ih -Sweet Grass, antl begia immediate development. Attorneys now are nie- paring the incorporation papers and reviewing the- leases that representa- tives ofrthe proposed new concern have taken on lands in the district, and .when these preliminaries are com- pcd. This speaks-well for -Alberta, es- pecially: such a good breed- er as shown by :tlie fact that two of in the prize F.letcher, who has 'been the biggest buyer-of .Pcrcherons in ,3d years, says pitted': the personnel, ot the directorate! IhSf Bonnie, 'Dollys the hest mare hi and.the officers'will of the recent visitors in the 'ield'reports that eighteen oil experts, geologists, promoters, dri'Hers, cpera- brokers, stopped at the "os- COB: farm In Montana over doing in the south' Via] -rawthah! has. eyerr seeni PBKOHEHON -FUTURITY TO- 'MORROW All. the horse' classes were well filled, judging -proceeded this morning.VThe-first five classes in-the Clydes were judged, the first four-in Southern Alberta' arid 7 Are iof Inter to Wholesalers the logical piece' for the Receiving Room in a Whojeule Warehouse? This book tells and up.ils.iutements with logical Kitotu why.' This one point alone. Has convinced miny a. business man of die-' .value of ,1'. modern Freight Elevator in stopping business and increasing profits through added efficiency in handling goods and filling orders. Live merchants and manufacturers instinlly recognize the. importance of keeping abreast of. the times. To such this Book will prove a revelition. It points the to greater profits 'jSreufh ef- Jicient management and the intelli- gent disposition of time and labor. Sent lite, upon re- quest. ELEVATOM COMPANY BAY ST. TORONTO Send iu Ihii coupon for your .copy Sergeant the Prince bert police force, lias been siiEpende-l by tho mayor for refusing to assist in rcmovlng'a glck'iuan from a hotel. COUPON "N-58 Please .rad me your Book: I [_ ,nd forget about it just tear off, fill n and mail NOW. S ubition CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE mal worthy of the highest praise. She was sired hy Marathon, and will be'the-female to carry oil the Fu- turity prize tomorrow without a doubt, prewry's Jurelle, oy Jureur, a liandHomc filly, was second in this class, and Oco. Lane's; Lucinda was third. There were- eight entries in th'is. and they 'will likely re-; celvc.-tlje'-same 'placing in :thc Futur- itjciln; stallion class, George' Lane's Lord Nelson, was first. Here is what Wayne Dinsmore, secretary oi the American Perchcron JUDGING TjHE FUTURITY A flneclal feature at the Fair tomorrow will be the judging of tho Percheron Futurity bo- 4 grandstand, at 2.30 In the afternoon by J. M. Fletcher of Elgin, This will be some- thing worth seeing, as there bo the best line up of Per- oherone over seen in' Canada. Mr. -Wayno Dinamore, secre- tary: of the American Percher- on association, who came' up ipecjally from Chicago, to view them, that the yearling fillies are the ho lias ever seen. This opinion is en- iloned by Mr. J. C. Drtfwcry, of Oleti rnuch, Cowloy, president of Canadian Perchcron as- Bdciatlon, who says ho saw nothing like It at tho Intorna- The sheep pens-are nil-filled, and some of the. best-animals -come troin the Alberta-rangesr J; Br-Ririe being prominent -anioiig. the -breeders, J. W, NESBITT DEAD W. Ncs- bltt, K C, died early .li- ter a long illrfess; a brother of Wallace Nesbltt, K.C., of Toronto, and B W. Nesbttt; M P( of Woodstock He was one" of the-moatjHa'tingulahed barristers in_ Crtnada, anil in his early days a noted crrnriaal lawyer. ATTENDED. CALGARY FAIR Calgary Fair is over. TUB total attendance was against for last year. Rain ;on" Saturday., epolled tbe attendance. What Explains Its Enormous Popularity Is always Me same perfect tea. Its qhality never changes. Users know it is the BesTl'ea. Ask for it by name Advertisement with 25 ctnti to Blue Ribbtln, Llmlttd Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. butt (look for In Wettefn Canada. Write rame plainly List Your Oil Leases With Us a number of inquiries, particularly at less than per acre. Call or phone R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral ;