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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fteralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Daily, delivered, per Daily, by mail, per; year. Weekly; by mail, per year.... 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Offleo Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager A Lethbridie fair without 'it north putting down In the family The weather man was good to toe exhibition.- Here's hoping that turn'on Mw-top for the farmers during tae rest of the week at least. Roosevelt is giving up editorial work on Uie New- York, Outlook be- came lie says It his duty to fight Wil- son. one for a minute believed he resigned in order to support Wilson. Teddy never supports "anyone but himself. HIS LORDSHIP JUSTICE IVES It is His Lordship the Honor- able Justice lies, and a host of friends throughout -will eagerly otter congratulations on the promotion of one of the best known men o' the south to the Supreme Court bench of Province 0 Ives deserves the recognition from tn o standpoints He will make "a good judge because he is a well-informeB lawyer, with sound common sense and splendid judgment His appointment certainly war ranted if pam was a consid 'eration, no man could have given Els party better or more loval atten tion than the new appointee a. candidate and as a campaigner he had teen in the forefront of nearh every political batt e m Alberta, in recent years Howeier while the partv ser was no doubt a consideration in his apnomtment the goiernment cho-e i thorouahl) .qualified man lor The Ottawa Journal editor is a close personal friend of Premier Borden, says there be-'a Do- minion general election unlil nest rear. Maybe the Journal is right but it is best to be prepared- nevertheless responsible position when it appointed William Carlos Ives to the Supreme Court bench of Alberta. Lethbridge is particularly pleased upon his recognition: He has been a good citizen, active in all the enter prises which esist for the upbuilding o'f the cits and his place will be hard to fill Pohtieatlj many of us differed with Mr. and differed .very, stronglv at times, but apart from noli tics, we looked uoon. him as a man of abihtv, i loyal citizen and a good iellBWj and SB do credit to hiniseif and to his profession on the bench o' Liberia. THE -EMMERSON The late Heurv Emmersoa was as. kindlv a man as ever sat in of Commons He was a true demo- crat, a real friend of the people and a dewnright enemy of the privileged The .Ciloose Jaw News 'says: Toronto feavo the Whitney candidates 38 QQQ majority It must be a kind of heaven_to live there "Yes, for tie it must be hades for the Grits who 'live there. Prince Alexander.- of Took, Canada's Governor General designate, made a jest about Alberta's oil fields at the Dominion Daj dinner in London The Prince better .watch, out or Cal- garv will put the ban on him In that citj tr-e oil fleWs are too serious for even a jest to be passed about them. During the six months ;ending June 30 live stock to the lalue of almost three million and. i half dollars were snipped from Calgarv "Mixed farm lug is certainly catching on in this prorance It is worthy of notice that -were shipped than oOier kind of stock. A verv few years aso there was 'hardly, a. hog to be found in tie southern part of the pro- Hot weather nimors are still circu lating in Ontario" about cabinet chan jes in that province Tie latest puts Attoraev General Fov in the promotes C. R. McKeowen, M.P.P. Dufferin to places Pro- vincial Secretary Hahna in the chair- manship of the new Workmen's CorrJ pensation Act commission, with Pro- vincial Lucas as ihis succes only one man knows, what vail .happen, and that is Premier Whitney in. genuine sympathy with the mands of'the "west for tariff i and last session he was most out- Epcken in declaring himself in favor of free trade. Like every other mor- tal he had his weaknesses, but these be forgotten in the memory of the many services he rendered to his pro- vince, end tho Dominion during his long career in the public service. railway lost over turentv thousand dollars in June, and for part of the month the lines had been operated on .straight ;five cent, j fares are not alone an the de 7 i flcit business It might be worth in efitigating" to :ascef tain whether there s a hcodoo blocking- the success of municipal ownership in the Capital City. If its population is as great as t claims it ought to 'be able to mak? ts street railway pay expenses at any rate rAFTER THE FAIR IS OVER The 191.4 exhibition is over, and new is the titrie for summing up'and passing judgment. From.airagricultural standpoint the fair was the best ever held here. The livestock end of the big exhibition was so good that fchis decision'must pass without question. The grains anil grasses, and vegetable exhibits are not so, good as we hare seen'here, especially when tie fair was held to. -when such crops are more advanced. The season, loo, was re- sponsible for some, of the falling off In this department 'But the livestock exhibit, with- the as a feature, so far cvertopped that of other, years, that one cannot but say the 'fair was big success agriculturally, Vhich is the main thing. Financially, we cannot say at this moment how the directors will find themselves. We believe there has been some disappointment. But the .behind should remember that quarters days just as zealously as were 'the dollars a few years ago, and attribute apparent lack of support to that cause. Indeed, the 4'lrectors, we -believe, expected rnuch and did not to such expense lii the matter-of attractions as in former years'." phase of the ex- tiibition has comevin- for some critt- qism locally but.the public, we feel sure, appreciates tie position in which the'directors have been placed In these days of tight money. All in all the fair was a good on.e. It takes men like J: B. Ririe of Ma- grath to make fairs a success agri- culturally. 'Mr.'-Rlrie has been com- ing to the front, more and mere every fair, and this'year :he carried off the highest'honor at' the exhibition. He grows the'stuff', and is not afraid to put if up against competition [Sir be followed by every farmer in the south, and years before- would ;have a'fair'lhere that'would vie with: the Dry Farming Congress of All' most heartily congratulate lir. Ririe the town he is-helping to.put firmly on the map. PICKED UP IN 1ASSING FRIDAY, JULY 10, FOR THE BUSY MAN Region's Ua rate it likely to be fil- ed It 14 mills. Kegina will vote on abolition on August 10. City Solicitor Adam, of prince Al- bert, has resigned. British Columbia shipping lum her to South Africa. Dr. Albert brotuer of OnUr- minuter ot 'eduoUioa, Sir Wm. Otler li being, urged to eii- tor the British Parliament. Ex-Aid Judge of Montreal, charged wkh perjury, was acquitted. hospital has been opened "at YVtndemere, B C. The G. will be grounds. T, P. staUoii at Moose Jaw built on the exhibition of hop-Wade Grove, N. J. The Advocate urges th'e ment of a fair a yearly feature at Mrs Alma of Winnipeg hM filed application at Ottawa for a dl Thirteen million bnshato of Ameri- can grain nave beea received in the Montreal elevator! A dental supply house, the lint in the w is to be cpassd Regina EMlIp Snowden. MP, ite EnelUh labor leader, and hie wife, hare sailed for Canada. Getting beyond his depth, Carl, the 31 ear old son of Conductor- John Cooper, Sarnia, -was-drojuned to what is known as "cut-off Perfumed oniong; were.-spld as rare orchid bulbs by a Orien- tal is San Pancisco subnrb. W K Fouoar, fllA, of wtho a few weeks ago was engaged as principal of the Momsburg Collegiate Institute, will go to Hamilton instead A man in.Parli who hadtbeen bitten by a mad dog, went loine and bit hie wife Husband and wife were sent to the Pasteur Institute. Reginald Elliott, restaurant keeper at Collmgnood, was fined be- cause liquor was found: on the pre- mises. The resignations of. the officers of the London Seld battery, tendered be- cause of. the dismissal of .--the: .com- manding, officer, have not been-ac- cepted. A Cincinnati horse trainer Tias in- staliea a phonograph in his stabies at the Latonia track to soothe the nerves of his racers; He.says they prefer ragtime. leper at the .Peaikes Island col- ony, near New Bedford, has applied for a federal license as a wirelesr op- erator. He will take, hta: examinations over tie Miss Amelia Goldberg.'the'Bimillest woman in Sacramento, ,waa .married to Charles Furgesoh Hloe.-. Miss Gold, berg is 3 feet 6 Inches tall Rice IB 6 feet tall. State ttfe insurance, in its first year I la Wisconsin, has established one re- Every policy so far has been renewed as It falls due. That between 160 and JOO renewals 3} an order in council the cold storage act has been amended to pro ide that the public be given prefer- ence" in the. matter of. storage .under certain conditions. Mm iSaltna Bmteh South, a grand daughter-ot the Niagara frontier heroine, died at aeed SB yean She was born in Scar- aoro township. Steps are to be taken to irSe the recent-elections- Saat Middlesex and London set aside, according to report. charged that the resi dents ot the two constituencies voted illegally, though the edict of the at torney-general's department, whereby the recently anueied'iistricts of Lon don were Included in East In the balloting. Sir Adam Beet .won in London over W J Stevenson, lib- eral, and John D Jacobs, Labor, with John Conservative the winner iri. Bast Middlesex over. John W Laldlaw, Liberal candidate Tae Liberals, it is reported, will seek to have bye-elections held in both :cdn-" stttueneies. -Dl' Wireless on the vessel Nann Smith, it Portland 10 ban Francisco, served a new purpose when a -prescription, flashed over .the the.Cen- tral Emergency hospital-in-San Fran- cisco, probably saved the'life-of Mrs. .7. M. Swltzer of Portland, ,Tife of J. W. purser on the'Redondo. Fair Board Disappointed CONTINUED ER03I FRONT. PAGE nnzc-wmnere, presented a fine spec- tacle. The cattle procession was :led on 'by Missie's Princes-mule's folloived file's herd ot Shorthorns. Shutt.leworth's Shorthorns, led by Daron Robinson, the stock bull, followed by the herd, and some of Cume's prize winners were among the others that follow- ed Some of the outstanding ners in the parade were i H lock's Holstem Posh _ Martin J, Mc- H w Main-'s "Planet fli, -J v Drumming Up Business THEN the hot weather comes, wise business men'will idd to> their selling efforts rather than reduce (him. They will do extraordinary things it stimulate trade, will mike their offerings exceptionally, to both Kind and price. The merchants of this community whole business will keep up tnls sum- mer will solicit business by most expeditious and least expensive of all known advertis- ing Advertising Is a drum, initru. ment of attention and Incitement: a resonant thing that calls .to.action! Buyere wait thi etll of advertUIng to tpend their money. They look {or the In the colMmni of .The rvcwjciper Is the public. For a merohant- to shut hit eyes to this fact li costly bllhdneil. Tfll the public of this community abput your offerings and the summer months. Tempfthero. In. varloui wayi have ai much money to spend in summer as, at other times, and are willing to they must be shown what to spend on and for. The supreme medium of appeal dally newspaper. fan scioothly throughout the days, "which is a credit to the man ager and to the various directors and superintendents v It was.a fair weather fair all right, alright. Manitoba, we hope, Is doing its duty today. Krafohenke got his punishment yes- RoWlu ought to bo glvon his. teday. If Manitoba on another for 'noblin not tell ;ltn troubles to the rest of tho country If i go from bad to worse. COWAN'S MAPLE SUDS T ITTLEFOLKS must have sweets. Give them something that will benefit them. Maple Budi ire a ful solid cktetlatt confec- tion and they are pure anil wholesome. Nothinl could be better for children. DiUtint MM Cltttllat Cnfiain. ANt) SOLDEVEKYWHERB THE COWAN COMPANY, LIMITED. TORONTO, CANADA Coomb's "Queen Curry's Shorthorn, "Matchless A. B. Cook's J Harpei's Jersev "Kentucky Wand'rer'V Cullicut's ffm -Pas- sey's "Titter "Royal Ellas' and "Royal Ririe's "Qreenie Bonnie Lass Hambly's Holstem, toriana Johanna 1st in the .dairy test, Richard's and f'Burnside' Lady Nora Some of the local prizewinners it the parade were: J. B. Ma- grath, winner of the Alberta' Farm- er's Brand Championship1; Wm: Pas sey, Magrath, with a flue-string _o! Jerseys; W. J. McKec', Cardston, Clydes; F. Shroeder, Shires J....W. Watt, H.--.Lea, Goal- dale Meeks Brpthersj Rayrdpnd, Clydes; Smith Bros., Raymond, standard breds A. R. McOuire. car- riage stock D. Huff, stallion pony, and Mrs.. W. and Miss Aird in the classeBi. If the ever-elusive small had been a little more in there would have been twice as much stock kd.out of tho stables, but there was no one available the .leading; Summing the parade it was undoubtedly the best that has ever been staged at Lethbridge. ;ar, of High River, Is'- authority for, 'the statement that it. was .-'the best ever seen by him in Western Can- and Mr. Dollar has seen a few. J. C. Drewry, oi has always been one of the most actiye of the directors, and one" bf the larg- est exhibitors, told the Herald as he was leaving last night that the fair I on the whole was one ot the best he had seen here. He thought it was good enough to deserve a .hot- ter patronage, and was j somewhat the citizens had not out in larger numbers, It is hard to tell just where the fair hoard will get oil. President Adams thinks '.there, will be no deficit, but trie gate receipts and entry money has' not been finally figured. The attendance was disappointing all 'tie way and if it had not been .tor the splendid loyalty 6! the' people from the outside towns, Cardston aiid Raymond in particular, there would not have been a very gatei ccipt on, Wednesday'. .Mr, IWiNicol Is particularly well satisfied' i representation from the outsiiie: his only tjilil connection is that they did nc-t do more exhibiting. h tch ii.tho. pfo- So far as the Herald could learn. Every wheel was well greased before Ijtf