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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, >l illy 8, rHK fJSTHBKTDGE DAILY HER AM) Page tf t' "C 0 1 '4. The Best w, >rs Hotel in i, License Can be Had. Apply IS OF pRSALE ALTA. If it Needs Fixing QFND O Hi 11 TYPEWRITERS SEWING-MACHINES BICYCLES, ETCi E. MacDonald Expert Locksmith and Gunsmith All Work Guaranteed v. Rear Sportlnfj Goods old stand, St., S 1052 ISSUED OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT GHAI.M COMMISSION .OUTLINES PROGRAMME WHICH IT PECTS TO TACKLE 'Fort: .WilliarivJnly account of the large number of. mis-statements being made at, Fo the policy the gram commissions they decided to make an qfflcial. statement.' The state- ment is as follows l Terminal board approves of ot elevators the groju'erfi company. It considers 'the operation of a liree terminal ele- vator by the farmers co'mpan} ag jm portant s.ten in the right direction arrangements veil under fpi building a gov- ernment owned.and. opera.ted .elevator of thi ec and a quarter million bushels capacity, This .elevator will be the ibeibthat.can and will equipped with facility for handl- ing graiji..... Sample' board is considering the practicability of hav ing "sample markets" established at Fort William, Winnipeg and Calgarj lor September, Ilia, providing the re- quisite faoiluifs exist at.these places Negotiations going on between the board and the authorities at these centres and an eaily decision will be given 3., Grain board is determined to protect -the standaids ot the Canadian grain certificates. In this connection it ,Is planning to strengthen the inspection staff In w'crk is being carried on at present under serious handicaps It is also'Investigating carefully the in epMtion methods In the more import- ant grain states in'the United States It is giving special attention to the matter of establishing a laboratory in Winnipeg for .testing gram as to mill Ing and biking values It is also pre paring for an -extensive use of the moisture teat in regard to corn. 4. Btglstration of Warehouse Re- ceipts.-rThe board-expects to have ill operation by September, 1012, an of h'c-e for the registration and cancella-; tion of warehouse receipts, i 5 Vancouvei and Hudson s. Bay board ist'vilVlngimt- tention to the advisability of pioceed- ing at _an with the Con- struction of terminal facilities oh th-e Pacific coast and Hudson's Bay 6 Meetings of the.-board in the "convenient-mo meiit .the board plans to hold sessions at various places throughout tha thiee giarn growing to ob tain first hand ofMhe grain grdweis1 HARRY DRIGGS CONGE i POPULAR POSTMASfEfljAT GRAS- SY LAKE FALLS Grassy Kakc, July A DriggsP who has been in this village Toi the last'me years', received a notice from the post office department that his sen Ices were no lougei icquired as Parker Carruthers had received1 the appointment Jlr Drlggs acted 'Js returning offlcei foi tha Medicine Hat constituency in the general election last year, and since then the Conservatives' tare have been after his dismissal. Parker Car- luthers ras latel) m with Chas ScOf in the infplsment busi- ness, dissolving the same when, he understood that the poetmasteiship was going to him If the new post master can give this town and dls trlct as good a. seivict as Mr Drlggs has done, the people will be satisfied, but it is that he car do so. McMillan, who has been assisl snt postmaster here tor two and u hilt years, expwtn to return to her home In Purple Springs when the office has been taken over by the new postmaster. j MACLEOD WON MANY PRIZES BIG SWEEP AT CALGARY BUILDING PERMITS BREAK- ING THE RECORDS Maclcod, July Alberta kept up her reputation at the tan, by again proving to the world I that the best grain growing districts are to be found in Sunnv Southern 1 Albeila Macleod district in particu- lar has gone on record again as lead 'ing all. the West, in winter and spring juheat, m quahtj, quantitj and flour pi oduung, having gamed a reputation Uhc "world over oi ptoduung more flour to the bushel ot wheat, also mole' btead from a sack of i (lour has been produced bj gram from any other wheat field The thoroughbred hotses fiom .our 'stock farms were practically all the exhibition in that line, for hi -the count ol prizes, cups, medals, and cash brought home, "there was rot much left [or others to win Robin- son Bros.' imported btallion tarried all in his class, Urewrv's btring jot marcs and colts received all tho decorations in their various' classes, thus telling the world again the glorious possibilities -of- Southern Alberta as .a- stock -producing prairie farm, also demonstrating the adviht- lages ot mixed farming in Maclcod dis- 'tnct Owners ot good hotajs and cattle complain of fairs being too close, to gethei, no time lor rest- ing them if they attended all of them, sc thej are obliged to pass over some in jirder-to'-have tthem ,in proper th is signed bv reprLbenta- -.aid that the territories would not be eotis'lJeren, and that something like states not represented would tome (m later but such states as South-Oaro.lna would probably-not be rcpiescntcd call is addressed to yll 'U.ho in a national progres- sive-.move, who through repeated be- trayals have become convinced that the power of the crooked political bosses is so strong in the two old no helpful movement in the real interest the Cuuntry can come out of either Thc-caJI insists on the cieation ot an organization unfetteied bv obliga- tion to conflicting interests, believing in the'right of the people to rule themselves and effectively to contiol the agencies of eminent Those believe in the movement are osled tp .Die.c.qnvention dele- gates 10 the niirniiec of senators and repicsentatives each state has Among'the signatories aie Gover- nor Johnson, of California ,iOovernni Jos Oarcy, of Senator Miles, of PoindcTljpr, ot Washington Representative 6to Mexico Col''Nellson, owner of the Kansas City SUr M Preml- crgast Oscar Strauss, Woods, llutch- inson and Timothv L Woodruff, of New ork Wm B Flinn, B i Van Yalkenburg, editor of the Philadelphia No'rth (yiflord Pmchol and Dean Draper ,Lew is, of the law faculty of the University of Pcnnsvl- vama, Judge Ben Lindsay of Dcn- vcrv, a Democrat, Julian Hams, son of Kocl Chandler Harris, of At- lanta Jlcdill McCoriDick and leading m other stales HERE'S ANOTHER PORT Bishop Blanche, of Ungava, de ciaies that the port of Septiles, Un gaia, is destined to become one of the most important on the Atlantic coast MR. FLEETWOOD CORRECTS REPORT Trustee Heclwood takes strong et- cpption to the report m the Herald >t his lemarks as reported m connec- ,ion with the discussion- on Architect JlcElroy'i, claim for fees The garv architect was asked submit plan? and Mr Flcclwood says there s no option lot the board, his claim had to be paid There was no. talk of.legal action and an) culicisnt' Mr. Plcetw'ood indulged in was not'tf the architect but of 'the board for the manner in which the 'or [ilans, were handled. He. did against paung the aichitect On the contrarj, 1m recognucd the legality of Mr. McElroy's claim to it in hill. i PROMPT WORK IT Fire was discovered In chute the laundry.in the Ontario Indies'..Colieffe and prompt work'by Ihe firemen cvnlued (he loss to 11.- UOO. For Interior Finish Ef ery n t often OM fora pood, reliable; Varnish for interior, doori, etc. They pre-" .fer Varnish flow enBily level out-perfectly. V.r.i.ki is made eBpccUlly for interior flows read- ily and sets free from duit in few hours; hardeni'ih about twenty-four if can be rubbed pblivbed after two days. Next time you need interior Varniih try Sold by leadinr dctlen. Write for free book of HOSMER SCENE'OF COMING FUNC BUILD. ING NEEDED SIDEWALKS July first annual miners' ball is announced for Tuesday July 23, for nhich we understand ex- tensive arrangements are being made, a flrst-class.orchestra.is to-be engag- ed, and dainty refreshments will le provided. Mr I A Ferguson will hav e charge of floor, and it is hall ed that there will a large attend- ance at the Opera House on the 2SrJ Bob McTaggart was in town '-ist week but left again for Michel on u-xiav morning R imoi has It Ilia.: he ntends hittms, for coast In the iK'ar future. i Maple teal Lodge, No 53, IQ O F, hold their. Installation-of officers .at the Oddfellows'.Hall, on Tuesday ev- ening next, July when Bio Jas. Aj-re will be installed to the cbait of N.G., and Bro. Al.'Fortier to the. V Grand's'chalr. All Oddfellows are cor dially invited to he piesent The annual school meeting will tak-e place at the School House on Satur day, Julv 13, to elect a trustee and audHoi, to fill the places of Mr Frank Newton.and-Mr. E. J. Bennett respectivelv, both of whom retiie. iriss I Wilson, principal, and Miss Maiy Marlatt have both tender- ed their resignations to the Board The government are at last paving attention to tho needs of Hosmei in the matter of sidewalks, and have a gang ot men engaged on the work under the superintendence of John Beckett We would like to see the sidewalk on the east side of Slain street extended north as far as the Opera a pretty bad place to navigate in soft Heather B L Thome, chief engineer at the Mines, is at present aflay on one of his periodical tups to the company s property up the Elk River at head- quarters. Mr Beardswortb is the latest addi tio'n to the staff of the Bank of Mon treal at Hosmsr Mr. Beaideworth comes from fPort Hansy. Miss Phyllis Marlatt left last Fri day morning on the local for an evten- iive tiip east, and will visit friends at Medicine Hat, Broadview, and her native town of la Prairie A general jneetmg of the Hosmer Athletic Association is called for Wed- nesday evening, Julj 10, when ii is hoped there lull be a large attend ance of members, as business of Im portance is to be discussed The funeral ot the late Mrs. G W Oversby, took place on Smidflv after- noon, at the Hosmer cemete-rv, Rev B. H Wallace officiating Quite a large nurabei of friends to show their last respect to the memory of the deceased, who was daservedlv wel! liked in the town and district, and the sjmpathy of all is extended to Mr G W Oversbj in his bereave- ment Mrs. Oversby was a native of Scotland, i The mines at tnis place nave aiimiiT ed a. daily output of from 1050 to 1100 tons, and piospects are good for a steadv daily improvement on this ton- nage, so that there should be a good time m store for the people of Hos mer this -winter. PINCHER CREEK Creek, 8 -Mmrs Lig- gett and ot the tow n' schools tonight lor Edmonton, they will spend three weeks cianim- l ing papers for the education, depai ir- The' latter has resigned ab .-mbcr ot the leaching staff Thcie consequentl) be two lo n" Slicepwasli, 01, Fhhburn dis- ilas out announcing a 'arra aBI' ctfccts BOLt AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGt Hayr Hdw, Co, 1" -remmc to Jul presidents, headquarters ii j memonm to TO IT railroad whom Chicago, sent Ull1led stntes is intended to mf1" thc to-hsue Tbe roil. Ulstmn Is outs, I Special Bargain For 20, days in good business propety CORNER REDPATH AND 12th feet on Ave, 126 feet OB street, has good 8 room folly modern house, rented for J45 00 month This Is without douDt the beat buy In the city today. Terms balance la C, 12, 18 Ferrfe Ransom >ALBERTA Lund Urid Dev't Co., Ltd. P, Liuid, President HEAD OIJTClT CEANBEOOK, B.C. Soo'iis" abbut lands in the Beautiful Kootenay Valley jfeft Orcliard aiid Garden- Tracts Grazing Lands Visit Our' Experimental Farms at WARDNER, B.'tC MARYSVILLE, B. C. BOW ISLAND Bow island, Julv B II Wll- mot returned today -from the Calgary Tan Mr Chris AnderaorThas taken up his old position in Swe'nnumson'R har- ness shop. r t j Hies Cecilia Madcre 'is at present visiting tha parents! Vooft J W Hopkins left this Old Land, where he will spend some months A toner is being the shop and offices of the North, yejt DilHIng Co. the comjia j haMng de- cided to drill for watei i Quite a number from town attend- ed the Burdett celebration on the Olonous Fourth, but returned comld-' erably disappointed at the result of game. Mr and Mrs. A. hare returned from the Calgary Fair Sirs G H. Howdea and Matter Cecil were in town todaj. J Work has been started on a court in front of Mr. resid- ence The band concert advertised for lust Friday .night had to be postponed on account of the absence of several of: the members. Bishop Stills of Kingston of the difficulty of getting young Cin- adians to enter the ministry. Trusses Like These Are A Crime and l det Rid of Elastic Bandl, .Springs and leg-straps. has.forced Thousands to un- dergo Dangerous Opera- tions V Tiusses like thcrse the belt and lesstiap, elastic and spring contraptions sold lby drug stores, surgical snpph houses and many self stj led "Hernia Special- life miserable for everj bod> who wears theni( drawn you ran scarcely stand to keep them do no good what- ever. v Instead they often (lo Immense hai squeeze the rupture, ofte.i causing in1, to the pelvic bone in against the sensitive spinal column at the .back. Tht Plain Truth Is'Thls v explained invour free be relieved or can't en be, kept Jrom, growing constantly held In pliee. lust an broken bone can't "knit" unless the parti held securely togothtr. as a bandtge or splint is the only way a bone can be right hind of trim Is the onls thina; world that Ha ktep a rupture from, coming out. What a difference it W.H! make When you get thtt kind ot tlilss. And you can get exactly that kind ot ithout risking a cent of your money Its the famous Cluthe Truss or Cluthe Automatic Maianger; more than a mers than merely a device 'for holding the rupture in place So different frdom else for inptlirc that It has received IS separate ThoiiHanris It is as'conltorlable as Ihch Uotlilner Xo belt, elftntlc springs arounil your waist, and no I to pinch, chafe squeeze, hind Self ictulatlnif, self-ndluilloK It Is held In position o> t slllft 01- only truss In exist- ence that Is lionfstlv guaranteed "evei to let the rupture come., piit. Sent on M Trial to Prove It We have so much fultli tin Clutlio fieen It woik uondeis for 10 mnnj we want ti> nuke one pxpeilnlh for tdao ut jf0u weax It at-our. risk. give test It doesn't keep your rup- ture from coining out, when you working and at all other times- it it doesn't put end 'to too trouble you've with jour you don't tei the truss won't cost you a cent. How It Strengthen! HMll ,i Tn addition to TioHIno _, the Cluthe Tl or CllAh. Automatic JfisMter Is constantly Ing, itringthenlng to. the weak ruptured parls r masssce ioet on all all' any at- from- you Thls itrenfUuiul as exercise a weak so lemarhably lemarkabU In out of every 200 rupture begins to Ret bettw from day a Cluthe truss Is put on j Tilt WerH'j QnatMt took on Mugtura Don't co on letting 7001 rupture cet spend j. account of your rupture until >ou get our book of two cents fof a Btamp a pennj for a bring you. TnTs remarKaole pseei, Jl separate articles, sndil' photofrstihic over years to us that lonr to find out all the facts we've nut In It It captains the dangers of onerttlons and why they don't alwavs cure to cured Tells the pro- tection of the public drugstorM should not to allowed to sell why belt, spring and elas- tic tiusses can do no good Exposes tho hlirabllB "appliances "plasters etc without about the Cluthe how It It slvca p'eopiV have trfed it want >ou lo knpn about It Write for It t put It this book mm be the means of add- Inr nmiu >eai-i to jour life and of reatorlns to "i" strength and nse- tbo coupon, or simply nay In B lette. or postal, "Send me Jouf hook" In wiitlnc 113, please give our box number COMPANY; 125 Eaet 23ril St., NtWjVorJc city acrid me voilr free Book on The Cure of. Rupture, stieet Tmvn ;