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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETtTBIIDSB DAIL1 She Xctbbriboc "fcetatfc Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, pwfyear..... mail, per year 3.CO Weekly, by 1252- 1224 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office. W. A.'Buchanan John'Torrance Managing Director Business Manager '.MANITOBA ELECTIONS The Manitoba elections take place on Friday. "Vfihat will oappen dt is dif- ficult to predict but what ouglit to happen is settled in .the minds of all friends of good sovercment la On- tario the Conservative government had a good record and it was difficult to attack the Conservative adminis- tration. In Manitoba Hie situation as entirely different Even hidebound Conservatives will admit that the Rolylitt government has served its use- fulness and should be replaced. How- ever partisans are 'partisans the Tvorld brer. "When it comes to mark- ing the ballot very ferv stray away "from the fold and. It the common practice is followed on Friday Roblm stands a good chaiicB to be returned. The liberal party is-fighting on a progressive platform including Wom- an suffrage, direct legislation and banish the bar. latter 'plant !s offered under different conditions than were proposed in Ontario. In Ontario if the Liberal parry had.'been returned the bar would have gone ont of 'business without any further pro- cedure but in Manitoba ;fcne Liberals agree to pass banish, ihe bar Jegisla- tioa IGKED UP IN ASSING POR THE., BUSY MAN Aid. advocating the aboli- -the .Vard'system ,in Regina. Brandon the new secretary" of tlie Edmonton T.M.C.A. Ah Oddfellows1 lodge may be or-( gameed at C. H. Silson, gas superintendent at, Bow "-Island, bas-Tesigned.- A new ?1600 school is being omit at Bow Island. Aid. Fernie, has resign- ed. jbicfc'a foundry at -Bolton, On- tario, destroyed lay tire. -The-Royal Motor "Co. of Detroit is establishing, a factory Berlin, Oht. Ghtef .oT'PoUcft.Brown ot Fernie las 'A' new Anglican church to cost 000 Trtll tie 'built at RedcHff. A'Sunday car bylaw was carried in Brandon, _ 89JJO jCouples.-were married in Chi- cago in-June, Sir "Wilfrid Laurier will make a 'trip.west this fall Dr. Fraser, an old -time Bran- don resident, is moving to Winnipeg, spend more ban last -year school system. V fchamberlain, a fruit ran- cher at Syringa Creek, near Nelson, B, suicided. W. B. Olina and M3ss Alice SfcDon. aid. of were married at Spokane, "Wash. The wife of T. T. McYittie, of Fort Steele, at Victoria, 0. F. Dester' has resigned as prin- cipal of Granbrook jsiblic school -and will go to Oak; Bay, B C. Zeats is being urged to-be a-candidate for the-Re- gina council. The Canadian .Bank of Commerce voted ?250 to the HUlcrest relief fund, Hampton, a wealthy Mort- ach, Sask., farmer, was struck by a and, toiled., likely to be ap- Krinted postmaster at Sherbrooke, MAKE'.THEM DEVELOP I Figures from 'Edmonton .show that :oll companies with a total capitaliza- tion of four hundred million dollars 'liave been 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 get1 "busy and bnrft for at once. Most of the companies incorporated have no other intention than to take, advantage of the real de- velopment operations of other com- panies. If a big strike is made they, expect -to ECO their stock rise in the general excitement Later on they loay do some development work just now. the jvalicy is to -wait and see the other felloe makes out That is a poor policy. If "oil is to be found In paying Quantities sacrifices of real money will have -to be in devel- oping the de- mand the government should have made upon company seeking in- corporation. Fly your flag during the fair. Quebec "banished the bar on July the day. In making Do- -ininion Bay a boczeless holiday the French .province leads all the other provinces. Albertas contribution to Hillcrest roller and the arrangement for Its. Jin is to be commended. The Amount'provided is genoroua and tlie prraiigement for expenditure is wise ftnd is providing autos for Speaker Clark and Marshall, B, H. Earle, of Battleford, will be a. candidate ;'for the Liberal noinina- ion'in :the newly formed Federal dis- trict of Battleford. uflyjt i Alberta and Union convention Medicine, Hat on July Kev. G. S. E. EdltstQQ, well known Anglican clergyman in dio- cese of Huron, is dead OUnwortb, Oht f Gustave Hoyer, jo., p., nu OTO nominated v AS Libwil candidate for tho new Federal langes-Vaudrleul, Quebec. f In a very short "time it the C, P. R. "no between and ilooae Jaw will be ready for traffic. M.'E. Bnovtoll, offlolal court' at died at Regina. She ab- lest stenographer In Canada, 350 shares of Dingmam oil were gold oil the Calgary oil Evtihaoge last week at per share. The total sum involved was An agile burglar -.stole panoramic view of five-foot hich an artist was in the' third 'tower of tho -A camera was also; 200- loot ladder, eg burnefl the stable of R. B. Bula, former vice-pre- sident of the iAmerican: Tobacco Com- pany, at Tarrytowa. This "was the third fire on the same estate in a aliort time. A Jury of fathers faas been secured for the trial. of. ,aralwlih GiffordV who is to be tried for the Frank J. Clute, at Albany. --Ail-: Single or childless talesmen" challenged. The of a foreigner, .Andrew Kravech, a hammer drjll runner, was Rev. J; Sf.' McGiHvray of Aylmer lias jseeu called to tha Fetrolea Pres- byterian caurclu found lifeless at the war at the 530-foot level of the Beaver mine. Cobalt are conclusive evidence' he was.' bhe vic- of a premature-blaaC One year ana 30 lashes _each was the sentence Magistrate Sanders Saturday on Norman Fraser and John iMaher, on charges of assault andt robbery.- The two men -heat and robbea James Ward and attempted to .steal from -him. oraoh H. Grahame, master" at the Lakefield Preparatory School and two Peterboro boys, 'JV. F. .'Davidson, son of Her. Canon and Donald Comeron, son of Dr.. Cameron, have left on a 1000 mile canoe trip, to New York city, their" route Rice lake, down the Trent riVerjtp Bay of Qainte, %hrpagh a part of Lake Ontario and downi-ths.St-' Lawrence to 'Sorel, down the Richelieu river to Lake Champ-lain; and" on .down the Hudson river _ The Catholic Register of Toronto announces that Father Gnam the wll known Petrclea and Wyoming priest, has been" excommunicated.--The ex- CQmjnuuIcaUon., follpiyg... trouble be- tween Father G-nain'. and Bishop Fal- lon of London, arising "over the ills missal of an organist m I'atlier Guam's church, -some' two :or three years ago. The matter has been .hrashing around in-the'courts ever since. Sir acknowledged head of. in Eng- land, about' retire. 4lajor R; Wi-Leonard has resigned as- Transcontinental Railway Commis- sioner. The Liberals ane likely to protest the election of E; A. Dunlop, M.P.P., in -North Renfrew. r-H-.- Roberts -has resigned as the Quebec secretary of the Dominion" 'AI- Roosevelt has resigned from, the editorial staff of the New York Outlook, A f lour. Tiolir and the National Ele- -Langbam, Sask., were de- stroyed by fire. At toe'end-of this summer tho Sas- katchewaa Co-operatlvo Elevator Co. will have 219 elevators in the ince. The C. N. R. will run passenger trains three times'a- week this sum- mer between Bdmonton and Calgary via Stettler and Aiunson. An Ontario political rumor says a seat may 'be found for W. K. Mc- Naught of Toronto, to enable Sir Jas. Wliltney to place him In the cabinet The wlfo of W, H. Greaves, C. P. R. passenger conductor, Cranbrook, died very suddenly of heart -failure last weeJc. Parker All Open Tonigkf grounds Brown on Stand CONTINUED FROM FRONT PiOB oU aitoi M to whether he of any occasion on which matches ma been ioand on miners, he he had not. "In your experience in working, did yon ever know iron falling asked W. M. Campbell. "No, 1 sever have, and never heard tell of it." He told the commission that then never-had been any undue amount ,o! gas reported to him by any ofthe fire bosses whose work it was to ex- amine the mine, fiat coal mining was assumed to be a dangerous occur pation, he admitted, and also that a certain amount of gas and dust tf- IstM in every mine The jlact that safety lamps were necessary' wasvevv- denoe ol this He had never-known of an excessive amount of sis recently in the mine, since two jeara That was in the No 1 thev were erecting ,the No, 1 fan i "Do jou think the ventilation at present' is sufficient to protect the old "Yes, I do" "There have been blow-outs. In of the mines -nest 01 here Have you known, or heard of them here in this mine "I have "not." Asked if this was a bumPf mine, witness replied that it was ,not er-' cept in places where the being drawn 'Asked as to there Here any large amounts ol.rock that might fall at any time, he, re- plied that there was not, outside ;oi where the pillars are being drawn m 1 south He, did not-think he could improve on am of the cpndi-t tmns as to the -ventilation ol mine or the precaution against'; the collection of gas Gas would accum- ulate in the openings left by caves The Short-Memoried Public The Long-Headed Advertiser i w fVK, 'do you suppose, does a certain success- ful manufacturer of a summer beverage continue to advertise that beverage in the winter-time? V He is, simply, a thorough liever in the old adage: "Out-of- sight, out-of-mini" He does not advertise in the winter with any expectation of gelling much of his. product while the weather is with a view of up Jiis_ sales the following summer, Pronounced as is the impres- sion his advertising creates in the summer, he does nol believe in expecting impression !o 'carry over" the winter months. The public has not a long mem- ory. The manufacturers who want lasting patronage tor their product must indeed 'keep ever- lastingly at it.' How surprising that some of them lose sight ot this i.iel. Experience has shown this er of beverages, that it is unwise to discontinue his erasing m the winter. It would be just as unwise for the makers of shoes, or hats, or stoves, or chocolates, 01 auto- mobiles, to cease ertising Western Lrop is 1 Up to Average CONTINUED FROM FRONT ;PA.GE The report is highly .satisfactory, considering the weather whiclf the crop has passed out the statement :made in earlier re- ports that, speaking of the .country as a whole; the crop had an -cxccp-, tionally good start, was well stool- ed, had a strong root; and was able to stand adversity. The 22 points -re- porting rain badly needed will, un- doubtedly suffer considerable reduc- tion in yield, but the general outlook is still for a crop fully up if no't Pages 6 and 7 Are of Inters s t t o Wh'olesalera W -i! the logical place for the Receiving Room in a. Wholestle Warehouse? This book tells and backs up. iu, statements with sAund, logical reasons why, This one-point ;ajone.-has. convinced many a business man of the. value of -i modern 'Freight Elevator in stopping business leaks and increasing proBts through added efficiency in handling, goods and filling orders. Live merchants and manufacturers instantly recognize the importance of keeping abreast of ine times- To such this Book wilP prove a revelation. It points the .way to greater profits through ef- ficient management and the intelli- gent disposition of time and labor, Sent free upon re- quest. OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY LiMim.- s'o ST. TORONTO over, the average A very few points report ACiy slight hail damage No damage from flv was reported The 'factT that these past few days of of America, who is here from Chicago, savs oi 1 ord Nelson 'This colt is- an extra good animal He- is onl} 14 months old, out is estremely balanced and have been among the tops at the International Puturitv last-4-ear-, Very few better j catlings bale ever been shown any-pherc Brilliantine of Acme, is one of a-.class of eight fine fifties, She is TV ell balanced and shows beautiful quality and action Drewrv was second in the stallion class, and Lane 3rtl and Jth Both the vearlmg classes will lie placed tomorrow bj Mr Fletcher for the Futuritj, The last class judgi-d this Was' .the best animal, any age or SCK, bred in Alberta by the owneE Lane's "Bonnie.. an eight-} eat old mare was first and two ot- her colts-, second and third, liord.'Nelson-3nd; and Kimbo 3rd. THE FEA.TUR6 PLRCIirROM 'Bonnie Bsli biggest attraction at the grounds this morning. Mr, Dmsmore says of her-: "She 'is one of the host mares ever shown in Americar-I have seen every championship award 'made' in America in -the past tow jears, and I can safely say that Bonnie-.Bell has them all. top-pal This speaks well for ilbcrta, as she is suUi a good brocd-e> as "ShciWii liy vthe fact that two of her'eolts followed.- her up in the prize .list JU> Fiiitoher, who has Shiresr. and.. all .tlie-Belgiani tboH their plates and prizes- The Ptr chtrons Here the strongest class but this is largely to tht fact that, the Futurity is being judged hero this jear The copies off to morrow, nnd only tbo in the fill) and stallion classes. These classes -ftcre judged tins morning nnd if the placifig.s are tho same; Lane's-.Lord Nelson, and Davenport's Btilllantine of AS-iOj bo thii winners. In the aged stallions, Drewry was T'lorrn; 2nd, aiiojDAyenport 3rdJ Thome ft as fjrst ifl the, and Lane-lst and Snu, and Diswrj 3rd and 4lh in tile JuUguig in Uie cattVe hogs nnd sheep proceeded and not many placings were made beforu iid.on. 7'he -swine classes are- all iilleil with a splendid- array -of .pure 'hrcds. The sheep all" filled, some of the 'come from the BrRirie being prominent -among; the .breeders. moat satisfactory The general conditioiv is much more encouraging than at the corresponding date of last vear -'.The -specially dry areas are of tie Mennonite reserve in Manitoba and a portion of northeastern Saskatchewan, part of the main .line of the 0 P R from round Maple Creek to Medicine Hat and Southern-alberta Reports as to flax indicate a con dlllon that is fair on the whole, hut Mould not suggest any greater areas than at first estimated, namelv, about acres for the .three 1 8 Experts at Roscoe -W.' NESBITT DEAD CONTINUED FHPIT FRONT organized to secure extensive tracts In Sweet Grass, and begin Immediate development. Attorneys now are preparing the Incorporation papers and reviewing tho lenses that representatives of the proposed new K.C., died early .this after a long -illness." Ho'was a ot Wallace Nesbltt, K.C., .oC Toronto, and B. W. Nasbltt; liE'P.. of Woodstock. He was one of the most barristers In Canada, and In his early have 'taken on lands in the district, j and-wJien these preliminaries are com. I pleled the personnel oE the directorate] and the officers 'will be announced. 'One of the recent visitors in tho field' reports that eighteen oil opera- tors' and broXerB, stopped at the S'.os- coe' farm in Montana over Sunday. Something doing in the south' Well, rawthab! Southern Alberta's Big Exhibition CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE mal: worthy ol the highest praise. She was sired by Marathon, and will he the' female to carry ort the Fu- turity prize tomorrow without a doubt.' Drcwry's Jurelle, hy Jureur, a handsome in this class, and Geo. Lucinda was third: There were-eight entries in this'-'class, '-and they will likely re- placing in the Futur- ity.- In' the yearling stallion class, George1 Lane's Lord Nelson, was llrst. Here is-wfiat .Wayne Dinsmore; secretary ol the American Perchcron COUPON l'N. Please tend me your Book. Serpeant 'Brooks; of tlie Prince Al- bert police force, has by the mayor for to in rombvlng 'a sick man (rout a hotel, [_ Send us coupon to-day for your copy of our new bank, "The Elevator." Don't put JUDGING THE PeRCHERON FUTURITY special feature at the Fair tomorrow will he 'the Judging of the Percheron Futurity be- fore" tho (rrandsland at 2.30 in the aUerhoon by .7. M. Fletcher of Elgin. .111. This will be some- thing Tvorlh fleeing, as thcro 'will-be the best line up of Per- cherons ever seen in Canada. Mr.' "Wayne secre- tary, of the American Percher- on association, who came up specially from Chicago, to view them, says that' tho yearling thllw are tho lineal he hns ever This opinion is en- dor'aed hy Mr. J. C. Dreitery, of Oleii ranch, Cowley, prcnldent of the Canadian Pcrcheron as- Hoclfitlon, who he saw nothing It at the Intcrna- the biggest buyer-of Perchcrons in France for-thc-past 30 years, says that" Bonnie; BelU is the test marc he, ia? ever seen PERCHEROrT: FUTURITY TO- MORROW days a noted lawyer. ATTENPEO. FAIR Calgary! July The Calgary were well Fal' 1S over iotal attendance and 'T ndglng prodded -S 0.0. morning The first Clydes ivere judged tho: >'e" OI1 the first four in' attendance What Explains Its Enormous Popularity BLUE RIBBON TEA Is alw a j a the same perfect tea. H never changes. Users know it is tlie Best Tea. Ask for it by name lend this Advertisement.wilh-SB centi lo Llrrijed Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book tail cook book for in Weitern Canada. VVrlte rann and plainly, List Your Oil Leases With Us tave a number of inquiries, particularly at lew than per acre. Call or phone R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Balrrtoral Plpck ;