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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETHBKIPGr; DAILY HERALD Thursday, July 11, 1012' CONTAINS NO ALUM COSTS NO MORE JTHANTHE ORDINARY KINDS Review of the Farm Operations in 1911 WILL TOUR THE PROVINCE r Provincial Treasurer Will Make Trip by Auto of Macleod July in the Howe district are the happiest that can be found, and every hour's rain makes them happier. Wheat, oats barley anil all crops are growing so fast, the owners only want to stay at home and -watch th-am. Spring wheat in ibis district is nearly headed out. and averages 30 inches high. Winter wheat is now in the blossom, and promises a good crop and a large yield. Excitement was caused near the C. 'P. R. depot today. Two white men after eating their meal at a Chinese restaurant tried to off without pttyinff. The Chinese proprietor took, their hats, and when the men went back for their head coverings, the Celestial seized them, and they were obliged to pay, or be taken by the police, as the two were not strangers to the force..'They" decided quickly It was the best play to pay and go, and they did it, quick. The crowd cheered the Chinaman, much to the disgust of the so-called men. Hon. M. McKenzie returned home toda'v from Edmonton. H-a is.arrang- ing to visit the whole province, in j connection with his department. A great part will be done by auto., Mrs, McKenzie find family have returned from Winnipeg, and are now visited bv Mrs. T. Caimly, o-f Toronto, who will spend, the summer. A financial man, prominent in Lon don. is a guest at the Queen's Hotel. Having heard of Macleod, and its growth, and great fut- ure, he will invest largely in the town and country, and is willing to. take all the debentures the Macleod Council have to offer, and at a price that is very'satisfactory to the Council. Mac- leod holds a position in the world of finance; today that is envied by many and promises to take in the near fut- ure a position second to none in Ca- nada. C.X.R. graders are now working on Sixth They expect to be work- ins in the surveyed yards in one week j more Farmers south ,at town are jubilant over the prospect of being able to mar Hon. Martin -Burrcllls First Report as a Minister of Agriculture Ottawa, July upon Hie whole tht .igiiuiUur.il season ol 19U I 01 able, though prolonged thought in the eabt And a told, urt ripi'iiiug pt'iiod slormfe iiid frosi in the west, "deprpeatt'il the quality .nil the ultU earh Conditions had promised in the esti- mate issued in tlfe unnimr rapbrt of the ague iltural depaument bj the Iloii; Martin Hurrell, iMinisterr of .Ag- riculture for the ending March 31st, 1912. I fepoit sonu uiiTestim, details as to the diubions of work Iy to. the cleaner condition of the crop. The unfavorable climatic condi- lions, m Hit difUutit li.sl fall resulted" m reduced yields and impaired: quality of grass ami clover seed' and cereal Drains. A shortage of gool sYcd gram is noted in mam parts of Canada, in some districts much or practically useless for seed and it was deemed expedient to make the condition ol the supply a subject (or special Investi- gation which show there were -com- few districts where there was hot sufficient sect! for local re- quire men is. Mixed Fanning The 'minister amongst the larmers as i class an auaKeiirig of uiteufct in keeping lue stock A M'tcial olhcer of the dc imtnipnt has ticui engaged during ket, their this year. Rev. G. grain with very B. Hall and family are spending their holidays at Banff Mrs. and Mfis O'Donnell left for Halifax, Calgary and Banff. estate deal has passed into history. Thirty-three feet Second avenue changed hands at 500. This property was bought five years ago for 2 AFTER RAINBOW'S POT OF GOLD Jf Julj Ottawa expedition will in quest o-f Ln gava's rumored fabulous diamond wealth in the departure, within the 'f next few days of IMr. R. E. G. Bur- roughs, 'of Smith's and party. Mr. Burroughs is being-bached by a number of people, among irhom is Mr Jas McLaren, of this city He is an old Cobalt miner him self and has also been up in Lngaia long enough to become acquaint ed ivith that country V COUNTRY FOOTS THE BILL Ottawa, Juh S La-ke, ex J! M P, and Geo Ducharme, members J of the public sen ice commission, on night "Weal, continue their inquiries into the 'administrsiion of the public service Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points and" Canada every Sat- .urday iirge new steamers, modern and up to date, operated on the One Class Cabin plan. Cabin staterooms all amid- ships. to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Gatway.and Bel- fast. J33.0U to Antwerp and Rotterdam. J36.00 to Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For full information call on any steamship agent-or write, H. E. LAIDMAN, General Agent 455 Main St., Winnipeg Worry no more 'about what to eat hot tumrrier weather. Come inhere todaj and let ITS give few hints Here jou those do Ilcious tit bits in meats thai please jou, We know whit-you In summer weather. Meat Market J MURPHV, PROP Mijtillc Theatre, .Phone 635 B. S. Young Advocated (Continued from front page) In addition to the children's part in the programme, Mr. Vaugban sang: two excellent baritone solos read a poem of har own composition, entitled "The. .Canadian Miss Marie Skou- Ruby Stevens and Blanche AVas den were heard In a quartette, and received an encore A.II original poem by 0. F, Ursenbach was read by Miss Young, and' a cornet and violin solo was-given by Messrs. Beryeasa and Ericson. B. S. Young Makes Oration Tlie event of the morning was tbe oration, by Bishop B. S. Young, of LeUibridg'e, ex-Mayor, of Raymond. Mr: Young, in. opening his address, said that it fitting to honor the great men. who first laid foundations in thli land, .From t'bese M'r. Young followed up the- giants who came after them, and who saw in a measure what 'we are enjoying today. He referred to them having performed faithfully the duty assigned to them.- They bodied in the North America Act, the beat principles of government that hare ever been handed down any people, and these, he'said, we are en- joying toda> At this point the ex-Mayor's ad- dress took rather a surprising turn, and many, of "Mr. somewhat, surprised, and many quite delighted, at the subject Into which he quickly plunged. He took his hearers to the other side of the ocean, and showed them Europe, and spoke of the great military camp. all this preparation of arms of Army and the speaker asked, and he quickly answered conquest was their object. It was easily seen to what point he was leading his hear- ers, because in next sentence _he referred to Canada as the finest prize that any European nation could at the present time desire. And here he uttered a note of warning: "The time has come when all our young men should-be prepared to march forward in defence of home ami country Mr. Young was not urging war, but. preparedness. "He'ventured the op- inion that the beat way to keep peace was to prepare for war. He said that the day was pa-estng when we could shelter ourselves behind the Mother Country; 'Canada .must have an army nnd a live speaker, said "If we are not prepared -for war, then, we may expect at any time that this fair domain may he wrested from us. The Lethbrldge bishop advised that we orpanizt! in Raymond and In all the Alberta towns companies of sol diets who be taught rudi- ments of war, and should hold them- selves in readiness if they should bo peace of the world rests !u the h.tnds of the Xtiglo Saxon peo iitn mid wKJii thp crOat HP nil ilif Jo the abiith, "coupled with thc'othtr col- onies and the great Mother Country, wo can :milntafn throughout ronuiig Mitlmi the scope of the dc j ivutmint oi ami shows the itu months in making that i tot.il area in 1'Ul in Canada sludi of the mitl'odt, followed m the of 111) acifb uelded a [production and marketing of and worth Wlieal showed i poultn In fanners 11 Oittano and total production of j Qucbtt and oi the minner in which tls woitl on an poultn products .ire hindlcrt in the area oi lO.iTi.'ljS course of their piogiesb froii. the I he total exports for the'i ear show (producer to the consumer slight in the i fuit'ier inspection of French and storage'branch as compared Canadian hori.es has hcen arranged with i9LO-ll There as 'also an m-jioi, m tact, commenced This final tease in tie of butter, but examination of stiHions and mares there was a decline m of rfor icjisvrat on as loundation stock chetse and the report sUUs sprung to extend the possibilities that on the sititation is f for within fcecd itself. Swine raising hns proven, one oi the best paung branches of Ine stock Liicouraglng" for farm ers. The home tiade, it is noted, iiii- tinues to expand with the increase of population and a large quantity of butter and cheese is now shipped from Ontario and -Quebec -to the Western provinces. The demand for market to work, fatrong emphasis is hemt; placed m connection with experimental farms and stations on the of diversified farming The health, of animals branch supph the needs of tht, larger louns poits that sheep scab show a and cites is haung a ierv appieci- decrease, the onh outbreak being in able tftect on the cheese and butter Quebec where U animals were found industries and manv factories j to be affected Hoc cholera re- have been converted, into milk or cream shipping stations, Apple Industry The minister states that for the first time in the history of the. apple trade and this quan- -t Lities of Nova Scotia- apples.' were shipped to Ontario, Quebec ind the prairie provinces. .One hundred thous- and barrels are said to have been shipped to points west oi the Great Lakes And thousand barrels, to Ontario and Quebec. The''number' of violations of the fruit markets act were not so numerous as in parth to improved packing and parz sponsible for the slaughtering oi 427 hogs, in Ontario and Manitoba as compared with 13IB during 1910 Rabies has some anxiety In Ontario whore some 463'animals we're1 quarantined'as suspects.on con- tacts othu prounce was intect- ed. The supervision in connection with the earning nf and iiulk is m the of these lood1} and their consuiiiption and the id- lancemcnt m the simtarv conditions of the canning factories is fulh uo to the, expectations oi the minister the world and the onlj we can do this is by being, prepared- for war." Sports Began at 11 O'clock en thinp during: tne was run on the scheduled time, and at 11 o clock sharp the baseball game between Caidston and PaMnond was 'begun, and ended about-one The game was keenly contested and the score 5-1 in .Csrdston's lavor is no indication of ..the. quality of ball which was played. At 2 p.m. in the'. afternoon, the sports for childien began, for which suitable prizes were ottered in each case. Tbere were entries for every class In the bovs races were two prizes given for boys in each year from aix to fifteen In the three egged race Anderson and Vance fin ished first, with Stoddard and Fox second. D. David won the potato race, with Alton Jeffray .second; the sack pace was won by L. Steveng and Jones, Following the" events for children a splendid programme of athletic sports for adults were begun In the 100 yard dash J. Fulmar, of Cardston, fin- ished fint, and-J; French, of Spring- Coulee, second; in the pole 'vault; W. Redd, of Raymond, and J, F.ulmer were winners tl-e 2JO yard hurdle wan won by Di Skotiaon and W.'Redd: in the half-mile, vhich was an inter- esting race, Tom Ahiston of Hiy mond, was first, and C Louks, of War ner second in the dash, French and Skouson finished in close quarters. The relay race was, per- haps, the most interesting'of the ser- ies, and was won by. the team conr posed of Z." N, Roy Skouson and .1. French. Hoy and Don Skou- son were first and. second 'in the broad and high juinps, while Z. N. Skcuson and H...A. F.ettfs were win- ners in the ;0ut of twenty medals glven-for athletic ev- ents, the three Skouson boys -won twelve. At. o'clock In the afternoon a baseball game was milled qff between Magrath it ml Warner, resulting 'In a win for the latter learn, the score be- ing 5-0. Hone Races Were Interesting Raymond's nplchdirt string cT race horses were In splendid shape for live races, find ,tho track was in fair con- dition. 'Much credit is due to Super- visor Harris his assistant, Mr. Ray Powell, .for the excellent work which has been done on this track, iml for the strenuous effoit was .niftde on to put the track In good, condition itor. yester- day's In 4he haIf-inHey1 free-for-all, horses belonging to D H Kinse-v and T 13 Ellison finished first and .second.-The half-mile saddle race by G. Kinaey, and L.. Stevenson; the quarter- mile, free tor all, bj D H Kmsej and J. B. Ellison; the quarter-mile saddle by C. Kinsey and D. H, Kinsey the pony race by Shirley Stevenson and Alvin Jones; the -walk, trot, and run by Reginald Cooper and Elmer Core- J-ess; the half-mile walk by W.- Harris and Arthur Dahl. The most interest- ing race of all was the "relay "-race'.in which Ray Knight1 and D, Lbss.Lund, two of Alberta's best riders tcok part. Three horses were used and..change o-r saddle was made at each quarter- 'mile, tbe result being.a win .for Mr. Knight by quite ai-large margin. Mr. Knight had a long- lead on Mr Lund at the beginning of 'tbe race, and this Mr. Lnnd was never able to re- gain, Big Dance ffi Evening In the evening in the Opera House a large dance TSOS ghen bj the Opera House was" largely attended were present from Stirling, New Daj ton arr.er, Ala- grath, Cartfiton and Lethbndg-e, and all report having had a splendid time. At the morning meeting in the Op- era House it-is estimated that about 700 people were present, and on UVE grand stand and throughout the grounds during the day .at least a were to.be seen..The citizens of the town generally and the visitors to the town, have nothing but praise for the manner m which the celebration was conducted, G. A. DELANY High Class Meats This Road Leads to the Headquarters for the Best and Largest Variety of MEATS in This City. No cold storage products. Everything bought and killed by ourselves- WHISPER GIRLS CONVEY MESSAGE LATEST INNOVATION IN LONDON THEATRE SUCCESS London, July becomes ii sible with the'latest innovation at the .Globe-'-.'Theatre1'to" telephone" to one's friends and to he sure that they.re celv.e the message as -they-sit 'watch' 'ing the moving; story on the. stage It will be carried to them bj the1 Whisper Girl. Thp jiass through the aisles of the darkened theatre, everybody will make way for her, and she will deliver her'tidings of pro- jected suppers and invitations to bridge parties The Globe theatre management is making a. trial "of the new Charles Frobmaii the Whis per Girl in attendance at.every per- formance. Dverjone who books a seat at the Glebe leaves, his name -and address with the box office, so that his friends will find it an easy matter to com' munlcate v.ith him or her through the medium of the Whisper Girl. The Globe Theatre .management sai that they are confident that th.3 voung ladj will be able to find am one in tbe audience.provided .that an adequate descriotion oi the person in question is given With the ad-equate description a message may be carried, by' the Whisper the reply telephoned back. LILLE Lille, July back from Cranbrook. for a short tinve. Mr Shercn and MT of SUNSHINE FURNACE the hone maif comfortibh; UK coldat wemther- COnsumeS fuel sparingly and MTCS work. M'Clcirvs Frank, were up to play for Coleman, but had to return, owing to the Cole- min players not turning up as usual Colenmn club will look black when Mr Anderson turns in to them the bill .of, expenses, etc.1 A pari> of four gentlemen jomnej- ed up towaids tho Noith Fork lodiy It is not known what their intentions are yet. Mr J, B Allonby, fiom Bclleuie, was up on Sunclav a union member, 'was up on Sunday for a short time. Constable'Basbford was up on Sun- day, staying foi gupiier and a friend- ly chat -with the boys Robert Griffith and Mr. Evan drove to .Frank on business today, The W, C.'C. stable .bass has taken leave lor a few weeks to journey .to Winnipeg for a short time A moving'picture, show-was here today. Quite a number attended, as usual. The show was very good, for the place, .Mr.'Clarke and family were up for a. few days. Mr. A. H. Baker and A..C. Baker if trip up the Pass today, Doubt and B. Dunmoro were here today, These were comfortable Regina homes until that Sunday afternoon's cyclone struck them A good idsa rray be had from the picture of the ease with which the storm ripped the sides off the houses BOARD TELLS-HOW :TO.PREVENT TYPHOID Precautions to be Taken by Cottagers at Summer Resorts Toronto 10 the .new of those Frequent sum mer hotels and resorts-from contract- imr Uphold the Prounglal Beard oC Health is conducting a clr ciilarizing campaign to overcome wa- t-ar Already notices haie been posted at all lesoits wain- ing cottagers and pleasure eeekets against polluting the vuitei, and de clanng that those v ho violate the provisions will be sevetely punished When there is anj suspicion users are strongly Teconuneritled to boil, all vvatei used foi drinking, cashing leg etables or utonslls foi at least fhe minutes; else.'adopt'the following method of purification "A level teaspoonful of chloride ot lime should be rubbed into a teacup of -water. Should be diluted with three' cupfuls of water arid a teaapoonful of the whole quan- tity should'be added to each two-gal Ion pail oE drinking water. This gne foui or puts of tree chlorine to a million naits of water and will in ten all tjphoitl and colon bicilli or djs sentery pioduclns 'organisms in the walci all tiace- of the chlorine will 'rapidly disappeai 'This method should be uable prospectors, .camp- ers and those In summer re sorts.'where the condition'of the wat- ers might nol be suspicion, said J W McOuIlough, secietary of the Board ot Health Fire did damage to Tricks lumber jards, Ofehawi The port at WhiUn, Ontario bas been proclaimed a public harbor Reason Why You put into every article you experience, knowledge and skill. have put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our supremest effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain jn results. ;