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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July f HE LETHBBIDOE MERALD f. An English Firm's Gift To Canadians In the past several months, about' .beautiful cigarette cases hatte been given to the {English smokers'of "Blade Cat" Cigarettes. -This, as a mark of tribute to food tobacco judgment. For "Black Cats" pre-eminently the finest Virginia cigar- pttes on the market today. The gift cigarette cases are masterpieces wf British one carrying the portraits of their majesties, King George Queen Mary, emblazoned in colours, inset. Almost without price are these beautiful souvenirs of a necer-to-be-forgotten event in the lives oi' British subjects. Owe of these is yours in exchange for SO exchange which is demanded only as proof that you are a smoker of "B'ack Cat" Cigarettes. In no sente is this an inducement offer. And we, the firm of wish to make clear the following: "Black Cat" Cigarettes, as well as our gift cigsreite case, proJucts, of British labor, supported by British capital. No foreign element is to destroy sincerity. Wlien purcliimt "Blulc Clt" Cijjirettd, piuie lee thit Iho iiialmg bind .round eich picket is unbroken. In every pao'fct you will ind Coramliot Cnie Coupon. Stve these, and nhen you hive ici.umuliittd 50, nail them to the iddren below. Your cijirette cite will rcasr you by ruluni pott. Addren: iCARRERAS 4 MARCUNUS OF CANADA, Limited S5.'l Si, Liwreste Boulerird, Maafctsil, "D1 1 A. Black Lat Medium for 10 Cents GOOD CROPS WILL FILL FAIR ALBERTA'S BINS FIRE BURNED INTO THEIR SOULS Is Necessity for Men Who Campaign for Teddy Roosevelt Ojster Bay, July Within less thHa n foitnight, Col pro bably iwill begm llie campaign trips are to carry him into almost every State in before tbe He expects Oister Bay for the .Middle West in the early 'part of the after Kansas, Iowa and Michigan 'are tentatn-sly on the programme for Hhe "tour "Col Roosevelt may also at tend the Chicago '-convention of the j mew Progresahe party before he re turns home. The purpos-e of Col Roosevelt's trip it Is will be to torn the States In which piirnaries will soon be held foi the nomination of Repubh can "candidates for presidential elec tors. "I cannot make trips through those States now and again in the he paign in the vigorously as in the North. It is largely througn thip peisonal appeal that Col Rooae volt hopes to carry the day. "This is a crusader's he said today. "1 havo told men. who 'offer- ed to go with us that they should not do so unless the lire was burned In- to their soults." The former president said toda that Frank: Pettigre'w, former -Unite States Senator from South Dakota, Democrat, had come out for him. -Mr Pettigrew caiue to Oyster Bay toda; to enlist under the "'Roosevelt battl' flag., Mr. PeUigrew waa.a prpmineu figure at Baltimore -during the Dean ocratic convention, anrl was des'c the time as one of ths leaders o the Champ Clark forces "Mr. Pettigrew said he disapproved, of Woodcow -Wilson's said Col.: Roosevelt, "am that he believed that; the, Democrats of South Dakota would TOte ffe said he regarded Governor.rWilsor is a reactionaiy, and that the Dem ocratic platform meant, nothing." Ex-Senator Marion Butler, North Carolina, also called on Col.' ;Roos-a- TENDERS FOR A NEW CHURCH Agricultural Issues Report, on the Whole Province A report on conditions of crops and Jive the Province of Alberta, for the month of .Tune, iJHu, has been Issued'by the Statistics Jiranch of'the Department of Agriculture, Kdmon: ton, -The information contained In this report regarding crops and livc stock has beon gathered from the reports ah.out eight hundred correspondents located at various points throughout theVprovhico. and from the weed In- spectors who are constantly travelling over thoir respective districts. Owing to the variety of conditions which exist throughout the province as to the amount of precipitation, types of soli, etc., it has ibcen thought advisable to divide province into six districts. As the conditions wUhin each district are similar, a more ac- curate account can be given, than by attempting -to .deal with all parts of ;b.6 province collectively Nt-rth-Wett District Includes all Mat portion of (he pro- Mnc'e north; of township -ie, or We- :askiwin, and from as far west as It s possible to gat any reliable Infor- mation, to ra.oge. 22 on the east. The irop conditions: .in -this district are ixceedingly fitvorablc, and many .of he correspondents are quite optimis- ic regarding prospects for a large rop this season. Generally speaking ceding was commenced about April Oth, ;anu was completed about May Oth, although considerable seedin; done after this date, these later eedings will however be utilized for reen feed, providing the season is nfayprable for ripening them. Spring grain asia' vegetables are ell advancer! throughout this dis- ict Somoi.repprts that growth hrdugi'out early of the sea- on was slo'w. However, the majority reports to date 'state that the warm eathp'1 coming .the latter part of coupled with the plentiful sup- iy of 'moisture which has fallen, has nused all .farm crops to make very growth. Soveial fields are ic oi'ted.as being from twelve to sixteen inches high. A number or winter wheat fields hnve-been win- ter; kHIed throughout the entire dis- trict, ,due, it is.claimed, to the heavy frost and. scarcity of snow during the month of acreage of fall wheat Is therefqre hkelv to be con eiderably lessened. July have t'oi by Ilaiker, bish said "f expect to go into many of the Stales: -before eloction." He added, that he had told those Tiho asked him to speak in the pn maries that. they must d-eelde when they would prefer to him niako his campaign in those Statett. Col. Roosevelt today indicated that during the campaign -he expected to speak to more.persons than almost auy oth- er candidate in the history of the country. He' says that he uHl cam j "He came here to tell me" he Colonel, "that they would said bold Republican primaries for presidential electors in North and that he b-elieved thej going to cany them for me six to one. He said they were going to put the Roosevelt name on the Republican ticket for electors, there might be Democrats also >vho would run for election as Koosevelt electors. That would be all the In oth- er words, there will ;be.ra sort, un- ion .of the 'Republican and forces.in some States." TRIPLETS IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, B.C., July first triplets to be born in Vancouver ar- rived today hbme of ;Mr. ant Mrs, Heathcote, 2273 Triumph street The mother and her three children all daughters, are doing well. .Magrath, been aslreil op of Magrath, for the erection of the new Latter Day Saint "chapel, 1o: re- place the church thnt was destroyed 'by fire Inst wintei The building will cost about and the material used in its construction will be. brick, manufactured at the local-yard. Ad- vertisements have been inserted in the Lethbudge papers, as well aa in several other publications In -the province. In', conversation with Bish- op Harker, he stated that he was a- ware of several companies who con- templated putting in tenders for the work, aud when they close on night of the some of. the best kuo'wn construction and building firms will have put in their bids for the Job. The plans for the "church are in the hands of If. W.- Taylor, an experienced builder, and they may be viewed at his residence. The new edi 'ice, when completed, will be one of .he most artistic and commodious church 'biuldings in Southern, Ailbera It is fashioned after the very; latest style of church building, approved by the presidency of the "Mormon" church, and when it is completed, it will present a very Imposing .picture. Any fields which, have survived, the winter have made rapid growth and are-'now in head'standing about three feet high. Tho majority of reports state that timothy '-will he 'stibrt This is prob- abjy due to trie cold" weather in the early spring. Some correspondents state that a frost about the 2nd of June affected it to a .certain: extent. There will be a considerable de- crease in the acreage of fall 'wheat as compared with last year; .Oats will be about the same, but there will be a large Increase in barley. This dis will hsve as. increase in acreage over last year. Live stock is looking better at this season of the year-than __for manq- ue to an cut .worms hm also been reported. Fall wlifoal appears to have been bad- ly winter killed and many fields were roBwdfid to spring grulni. Timothy will not likely be a heavy crop. The acreage in crop In this district will U gi enter than last >eur, spring wheat showing a fair but the 'increase, in oats ana barley Is Quito marked. Live stock IB in good condition with' an increase In dairy cattle. Some complaints are made that horses are affected with pinkeye, and distemper, also that there ware heavy losses in youjvg pigs, oii: whole tbe live' stock very satisfactory. Middle Went District Include? that potion of toe prov- ince lying bpUeun Calgary 01 the Bow river on the'; south, to WetaBki- wm or township on the north. From the Rockj Mountains on the west to range 22 or io line .tt'ith the Red Deer on the east. Spring grains in this .district are looking exceptionally well Seeding was April 1C, arid nas completed about June 1 Slight fiosts and cold tteather duung the early part of..the.season retarded the growth'somewhat, but the warm 'ther of the past few weeks coupled with a generous rainfall has greatly hastened the growth. Spring 'grain is reported as'being from twelve to eighteen inches high and in some cases wheat is heading out. Some trouble from the use of poor seed and damage from cutworms is reported, -but the area affectad In this way la small. Fall wheat was winter killed 'to .quite a large extent and was iri many cases reseeded to spring grain. :The acreage to fall wheat will be considerably less than last year. ThG- acreage in spring grains will be largely increased and this is especially true in the case of oats and barley.' There is an in- creased acreage .of timothy, but the crop wiU not be as heavy as last year. Sotne alfalfa is reported and will be a good crop; stock IE In excellent condi- tion and an increase in dairy cattle aad hogs is reported Middle District that portion of the prov- the Red 'Deer on the A Plain Talk About Clearance Sales and Their Dollar- Value to You BY- J. R. HAMILTON Former Advtrtlilng Manager.) of Wanamaker'i, Philadelphia If If .innk I )f war's S; e and plan her purchases accord- -Ing. to her future as well as her present needs Thousands of people, of course, will not follon this suggeetion but'will make it all the more all valuable to the other thousand! of people who will. If all of you understood that dollar-value to you of thelf Clearance events all the stores in this city could not' possibly hold the crowds, and these sales would not last very long. No merchant with a.good business head cuts his pricfls: down to red Rgntes and absolute losses because he Ilkei to. He It because he hai to He knons he has (ot to that stock at any There is nothing affectionate about a buyer's lead pencil when he reduces a price. And theie is nothing soft-hearted about a merchant when he najs his good money to advertite cut prices In this newspaper. He does so because he knows that there'are se of you reatlers waiting for those prices. And if you dent tee thooe puces jou won't come to his store And IE jou don't come to his store he not be able to clear his meichandise Now jou know why this paper is filled full of bargains at thli season of the year and whj it will be a mlflhty good plan on your pait to begin looking for those bargains right now and to continue to look them on every page of this paper from daj to day. You will find In this advertising the biggest human interest story you eier read For in these days, whatever affects ttw poiket book affects the heirt. lite harvest Timothy will be a good TOP but not as as the ptevlous Prom returns leceived it would ap- pear that the acieage in crop In, this district is not likely to show an in crease over last year. As there is a large amount ot land throughout the district which is unseeded, this am- ount, it is claimed, will about balance thp new breaking done in 1911. All classes of live stock in this spring and is looking well. Live .stock is reported as being in good condition, though several cor respondents report the loss of many foals trlct. heallhy (Her- ikine Ontario, will 'Ji! acres of Firltls. ll.vmii.isnim, Magnificent Sew Covered Kink. nr.-p.uol for the L'ni- venitin, Km-nl Military iV'tan llminni. Religion. Irnmini tliroujttioitt (lie course. Speful different parts of the dis- South-West District Includes that' -portion of the prov- ince lying between the international 'boundary Irine on the south, to Gal- gary or the Bow River on the north, and extending from the Rocky Moun- tains on the west to as far as range 25. Seeding commenced in this district about April 5 and was not completed 1, This late seeding was due to the fact thai very lit tie plow- ing was. done last fall on account of the late harvest. The weather for seeding was favorable and consid- erable plowing was accomplished, but many correspondents report that nearly forty per cent, of spring grain was seeded on stubble The early .sown grains on summer- fallowerj and ploughed land is good, as thei'n was sufficient moisture stor- ed in the soil from last fall to give the crcp a start. Late seeding, and that which was sown on stubble has suffered considerably from .dry wea- ther, in portions of this district, it is even very doubtful If the recent heavy rains arrived soon enough t0 prevent the yield from being re- duced In gome cases. The majority of this district, has had plenty of rain and crops are looking well. Considerable damife la reported from cut worms, of grain being entirely .destroyed. Damage from early frost is reported. Very little fall wheat has been win- ter killed In this district and it will be a good crop generally, though It wili be-shorter In the straw than last year, j The acreage- o-? ,fall wheat wlfl ho considerably less than last yert as farmers were unable to seed lasAfall on account of wot weather andUhe district are reported afa being in good condition. South-East District Includes that portion of tbe ptov-j ince lying between the interuation boundaiy on the south, to the Re Deer river on the north fro range 25 on the west to the fourt .meridian on the oast. Seeding commenced m this dl about April 1 and was comple ed about June 1 Ciops seeded o summer fallow and v- ell worked Ian looking per cent of the crop m some section was -seeded on stubble This lias bee aflected quite seiiously by drough In fact all crops m certain portion of the district been affected b dry weatb-er The recent heavy ram prove very beneficial, but it i doubtful if the crop ftlll entiiely come the setback it haa re ceived.- All early sown wheat is out in heai at the piesent tune Flax is lookinj well, many fields being reported n bloovT Fall wheat js reported onl; fair, manj iields having been reseeded to spring grain Serious damage has been .reported from cut woims in portions o" this district, large areas being .totally des m some cases, Theie will be a considerably increased tbe eastein portion of this district due to a Jaige amount of new break Ing done lust je.u. There uill be an especially large increase in barlej Stock Is reported as being in good condition, with ,a considerable in- crease in the number ot sheep. up renditions fcr the pro vlncc us a whole the outlook for a crop is exceedingly pioinislnK. Cei- tain areas where was on stubble is affected-joy, dry-.weather, but this Is a small por- tion of tbe province. .The acreage of fall wheat will be less than last there wJH be an increase of spring'wheat, osrts and barley, and flax.. There will noi likely be a large increase hi. the area .under crop, on account of the large-area reaialnlrig unseeded. Timothy appears to bo short in all parts of the province. A considerable acreage of. alfalfa has been seeded, and the tendency of farmers in ail parts of the province is to-purchase more live stock. CITY LABORERS STRIKE Ottawa, July one thou- sand corporation laborers are out of work, as the result of their refusal to'accept a compromise Increase in wages offered by the city. All civic works, including waterworks and sew- er construction, pavements and side- walks are closed down. A Black Man's Victory Oh no! not Jack Johnson's. Uuess again. Better come and hear about it next Sunday evening, at First Baptist Church KEPT KOH-f-NOR IN HIS POCKET FOR' -WHQI London, July Harris at Iho Royal Asiatic Society netting said that Lord Lawrence, Oovernoi- Gcneral of India, was so abaent minded m malteia of external dfBplay :hat when tbe Kobmoor diamond, jiovr' among the crown jewels, came1 into 113 hands foi transmission to Queen Victoria, after the annexation of Punjab in 1849, lie kept It veeks in his waistcoat 'orgotten all about It, and only Ally it there by accident, WERE IN INTRIGUE Tuy, Spain, July ia d that tbe governor of een arrestwi, aud that the captain f the garrison, who suspected' f haUna; irith thft loyalists has fled. Worry no more about whit to eit thli hot .Come In today and us ghe jou a fen hints Here you find all thoie de- licious tit bits in that please you. We know you (n letblrirfge Mtit lirfct J. MURPHY, PROP. Majsitic-Thotrt, Phtm ;