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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 13, 1912 THE LETHBKib8fe DAILY HERALD North lethbridge 5 lots facing east on 18th St., North- (Me- "Killop St.) 1320.00 each; 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6, and 9 months, at 8 per cent. "We will sell a single lot. Lots 5 and 56, facing cast on Ave. and one lot opposite, facing west. Shack and stable on one of the lots -facing east. These lots are 4'0 feet wide. cash. l BLACKBURNE DAWSON BOX 282 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE COALDALE BLOCK PHONE 1084 Special Bargain For 20 days in good butiness property CONNER REDPATH AND 12th fMt M Are.. IK on itreet, hat good 8 room fully modern home, tor I4S.OO inontli. without doubt the buy In the cjty today. Price lll.OIM. Teinli J4.000, balance In 6, 12, IS Ferris Ransom NANTON ALBERTA NATURAL GAS v Lund: Land feev't Co., Ltd. P. Lund, President HEAD OFFICE. CEANBItOK, B.C. i MfcJftJfc See us. about lands in the ftHlk Beautiful Kootenay Valley All Orchard and Garden Tracts Visit Our Experimental Farms at WABDNER, B. of thii street when the general programme included the centre of clty.r The're'ison It given in three magic C. P. Jl. Tbe city baa no power to collect frontage from the big railway corporation, there therefore, no dlapoiltlon to give spick and apan approachea to its stations. If the company could be induced to pay Its ftbare like an> ordinary rate- payer, thin f ould have been no de- las in pacing First avenue, as evei member of the Council realize! the advantage in adding to first Impres sions the city.' It might be arranged that a gran would be accepted from thetpompany in lieu of frontage as therV rS'ni disposition on the part the com pauy to reecognize aay ouch principle as paying Jaxes. MERCHANTS OBJECT TO PARCELS POST THAT FACT BHOUOHT OUT AT ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF MEETING JlayorHatch and Mr. L. P. Leach at tended the meeting of the executhe of the usoclatefi boards 'of trade ol Southern Alberta! at Macleod night, making the trip by auto thampoea the Hair Without Witting In VTCO package of Macbela Na- Scalp Toalc, wblch has a rec- ord for caMi out of Is paeket of Machela Dry eharnpo Powder. Price 11.00. Sold cud guarantee4 by .Tackwn Co. A Black Man's i Victory Oil no! not Jack Johnson's. Guess agftin. Belter come nnd heAr about it.ncxt Sunday evening, At Pint Baptist Church last The meeting was not very largely attended and there waa of Import- ance transacted. Mr. Hatch, as vice- preeldent, occupied tbe cbair and others were .1 Gumming, >ranum; K. N.vBarker, Cardston; and A F. Orady of Macleod. Tbe Question of asking tbe provin- cial government for a land titlea' office for southern Alberta _wai'. left in abeyance The committee decided that, no action be. taken until there a larger representation. The reaolutlon from the liethbridge. board of trade In reference to telegraph rate! was endorsed and the commla flloner Instructed to co-operate In every way poiilble with the Leth bridge bdard. The preaident and the were aaked to visit all the boards af- filiated with the pfgaalzatlpu between now and November. The queatlon of a parcels' post syi- tem waa discmsed ai. length and it waa brought out that' the merchants are more or leae strenuously opposed to a system.which assists the mall or- der housee to a large extent. It was thought however, that a parcels' post would be of great benefit'.to. Alberta and the commlatloner inatructed to uk all the arlllated hoards to vote on the queatlon and lend In the re- eult. It was decided to send out a com mnnlcation urging all the boards to get district exhibits Into the dry farm- Ing'congrese In-good time so as to facilitate proper anil advantageous arrangement. secretary will alto get up a pamphlet for dlttrlbutlon to qulilders at.the Congreea Mtting forth the ad- vantagee of Soutbtrn Alberta. LIGHTED SKY FINE ILLUMINATION .AT ROYAL CITV LA8T FOR HALF AN HOUR S Lethbridge last night from SJ.45 un til 10.15 wan treated to an iltiiuiintt tion, which Impreased those who wit ncgsed tt, -with the powerful pc of natural .gas. The occaaloi wan a KRB flare Arrang-ad 'by Vice-Pros .dent italn, of the NutUTal Gas Co. which took place' at a- teraporar) etundplpe erected a short distance from the Royal Collieries offices, a few miles north of the city. The flare was In charge of Contractor Dria coll, who estimates the pressure at over 2501bs. When the gas was Ignited the flame shot up into the heavens a distance of over two hundred feat, aud ilium Inated the surrounding district miles around. Largo numbers of-an to mobiles, with curious onlookers, ant the people of Royai View village, wit neased the spectacle at a distance of some two hundred -feet from the flame The roar which took place when the fla mo started was a terri-'ic one, and fepuld be plainly from a consid- erable, distance off. The vote onv the gas bylaw takes place on Monday, and local Interest Is at a high.pitch. In connection -with the cost to the consumer, It is impcrtant to keep in view that rates here will be based oii those which 'will apply Calgary. This, tt is should work out at an average cost of between and ii-er annum for heating and lighting a house of, say, nine rooms. These figures are not merely mythical but are the views' expressed by those who are well qualified to judge. Lethbridge will be well looked af- as, H is not intended ;that any preference' vgiven to fpiitside points. v-Thft sentiment in favor of -the bylaw IB growing, and if; the citizens will onlysize up-tha situation in a sense .manner, Lethbridge should be burning all the gag it re- quires v before another year rolls around. night's demonstration ..won more converts gas ,for Leth- bridge. Saskatchewan Result Warning (Continued from front Two farms will bt located county. to isolttte themselvees th rca of the Dom'nion, and defend a pollc prejudicial to provinces of th Bait, 'must inspire grave fearg for the'future. "The Parliament a much' Increased ,vote Should West then continue to.ex hlbit the. same desire .to.'serve'par tlcular interests without regard t the general prosperity of. the Domln ion, "what must become of Cohfeusra tion? "In con to uphold; a policj condemned by- the coun try as last, Sas katchewan" 'betrays an imprudent short-sighted iwiht of view." A Tip to Le Devoir, the organ the Quebe NationallBts, says: "The. victory of the Liberal party In Saskatchewan is ..a good; tesBOn to the Federal government, in that i shows -them that; they -cannot coun on. a majority exclusively ;English and govern without the province Quebec, as they evidently hoped to do. "This election should inspire in th chiefs of the Federal government use ful and .serious The de feat of the Conservative party in Saskatchewan, 'will very .probably followed shortly by a defeat in Al bertu, and will give ihem curate idea of the precariousness ant danger of their position. "The verdict of yeoterdiiy breakj definitely, .and the German flag ha never been insulted from any quarter then addressing himself to the Ham >urg he added UI pl.edK ou and I stand' that mf fla follow joVjwherem vou lea the -'way." .Thtjilatter remark show Emperor does not believe 11 .tie old political maxim that trad lows the flag. He is less aggressiv and is content to the Getmai flag follow trade. Woman suffragists, the Socialist arid other advocates of the ork doctrine are mucl wrought up over a plan of the Im icrial Postal Department just ounced, whereby S.tiiio male employ cs arc to be replaced by omen on the score of economy It is estimate that a jearlv saving of about 000 marks or .Will be salary 'of -sonv of the posts to be filled witl women uill marks This, make's 'champions ot the i West against tli> blandishments of 'whicl located n.ni largely suppoited m the East, Sec tionalism, no doubt, played its part The Western typo IB stoutly iftdepend ant, and would reaent nothing so vig oroualy as what it thought to have been 'interference by the Eaet' "As for. stands as It did befoie. But the-Dominion ernment must sec in this polling clear evidence the teachings its .own. Western friends .winter werev quite true, and that Western eentirnent demands very careful con sideratioh-.on all subj-acU .which any way touch Western (Jevelopment.1 Reciprocity Did It, La Presse (Liberal) .saya: "The Scott Ebvernnjent owes its victory in part to the excellence of its administration, aboXe all, it owes it to the which Premier Scott 'particularly-, em phasized during, the campaign. The electorate of Saskatchewan rushed '.to the {.colls to re-affirm its fajth ciproity, and U is. this fact which renders the result ,of yesterday's el- ection so significant; "The Conservative press shouted too soon, when it clatme.d that reci- procity was deid and buried THE BODY RECOVERED. Winnipeg, July of John Kolmstead, who.fell; off the C. P R. bridge into the river, when working on it, a few days ago, was re- covered this morning. SHE WAS SURPRISED Dr. Indian Hoo> Cured Ohronto Uvar Complaint Hn.R. Smith, of Winnipeg, Man., tell: an interesting story of relief from almost fntoffrablc vifferuin: caji hardlv tefi 7041 bow trejit m> nfferingi have beta. Chrook liver com iat accompanied by btliousnest wtrc it ly. source of tHeJ to me. Every day t' experienced the sickening effects ol thcfle ailments. I longed for some merii- ripe that should perraaneatly drive them ray. Hearinf til Dr. Mortt's India! Root I thought tacr vete worthy of n Irial. My nirjirlae iadml great From the very I experienced relief. Donlinuiu with then 1 found my treub- kei slowly tnt totely learkf me, and befon long I eawe mare knew what t was to be free from UH harajataf ef- ecu of the ailments that had long sick- ened and weakened me. So great mj alth la Dr. Komt tniUan PUki Iket I lhall oersr aay (cceont ke vlrattil Dr. Mene's Him Hb ton and KMney aemen Urw treub lea, an4 taepve. katUkt, Hf BIG DEFICIT ON NATIONAL ROAD FIGURES FOR FRENCH SYSTEM DO NOT ENCOURAGE' GOVERN- MENT-OWNERSHIP Pans, July good idea ol th great expense in the nationallzatio: ot railroads, so. far as it has proceed .ed in Franco is-obtainable (rom. official report just, distributed in th Chamb'cr of Deputies. According tc tins estimate the deficit on the state owned for. the cur rent year is over M. Chenri Cherori, the author of th icport, attributes this deficit to th cost of maintaining the line, the in crease in of employee and ihc augmentation of wages. The report points out, howevei, that, tin service, hitherto deplorable, has been Before tin Western Railroad ,was _takcn over b; the state, the-deficit amounted to about live-million'dollars. Since nationalization of the line in 1911 thi French government has expended ii improvements about GIRL DROWNED AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, July. drowainj accident occurred here, when IT- year-old girr of this city, Rcaetta Reger.-was dro'wned in the river.'She M but canoe with a young man, named C.'D.. Wnlker, -when the craft upturned, precipitating: occu- )anta into'lhe water. Neither.of them n- auj'thing about a canoe, nor could either of them swim. A young man, B. Colbram, who was on the water at the cime, look off-hii shoe's and coat, and dived, in, and al :hough he made a big effort.to save he girl, unsuccessful; Walk- er was himself saved by i at the time. As has been the case In the last half, here, the girl did not ccme to the surface after once going down, The police immediately left for the icene of the.accident, and after drag- ging fOT-fift-een minutes, recovered the iody in about, of water. efforts to resus: slate the girl were made, atid although icart action was got for two hours, he girl succumbed. She was a girl from the lo- a] telephone exchange. Before com- ng here resided IB Winnipeg an-d lamilton. WEATHER HOT IN OLD LONDON Lonilon, July 13 Canada .rid tbe United States is experiencing heat The high temperature esterday was at 1 p.m. 87 in the liade and 112 in the sun, this 'being- lie, hottest in London since Sfiptem- cr, 1011, when 01 degrees in the hade were registered. The humidity esterday madu the heat ng oppressive. Weather experts pro- lesy that the heat wave will .last everal days as the wind is in tlie outh. On account of the heat yes- 31, the justices in the law courts at without their wigs an almost un- recedented occurrence. A Real Car at a Low Price The Is of alt a Hurdy, handsome car. Your natural pride and judgment of your neighbors are iatltfled. t But than conttruo- tlon, down Into the derail of every cotter pin and lock nut, the Studebaker-Flanders "20" la a splendid automobile. By changing the transmission er using only the aheer nee- of automobile manufacture, we could coneJdfrably cheapen It But It wouldn't deserve the Studebaker name. Remember that for 60 ysars the name "dtudebaker" has stood for the belt that can be built. There are no hid- den weeknesate in the "90." It Is all good) a 'true Studtbakar car. CANADIAN CAR FOR CANADIANS "20" Roadsiar, f.o.b. Wtlkervlllt) With Top, Windshield and Speedometer, ...v Send fcr our catalogue. It will Interest you The Stadebaker of Canada, Ltd. WACKERVILLE, ONTARIO LOCAL AGENTS: Western Auto Company LETH1RIDGE TILIPHONE 14M DOMINION CONFERENCE TRUIT ".GROWERS According to statistics gleaned from IQ 1911 census of Canada, the total apital value of the fruit growing in- ustry'Uh Columbia, Ontario, uebcc 'and the -Maritime Provinces in round numbers This estimate -worked out by the lief of division of the airy and cold storage branch of1 the epartment or agriculture, and pub- shed in the printed report of the the third conference fruit'growers of Canada, held In ttawa Inst February. This confer- ice, which lasted three days, wan a ery Important one from mariy stand- nts as ,it was busily engaged dur- g its six ssslcns with matt-ars of eatcst moment to the great and owing Industry represented. Among; e subjects dealt with were, co-op- ation, new fruits, refrigeration, fruit amendments to the' .Inspec- on and sale'act, crop d market reports, etc. In addi-' on a number of addresses were de- ered ,by such .notable men as .the line minUtcr, the. Hon. "Marfin irrell, minister of agriculture, him- If a large and Dr mea W, Robertson. In order to give Yuit' growers nnd others inter- led In the industry in all parts of da Benefit of this conference, Hon Mr. Burrell, minister of rlculluM, tulhoifoed the print- gfoi several thousand copies of. the po'rt.'Whloh will toe sent free while supply lasts, to those who apply r It to the publications branch, ttment'of agriculture, Ottawa, los. aged 70, and for 21 art In rerenue service at indior, ii dead. ORANGEMEN HAD A GLORIOUS DAY CELEBRATED THE TWELFTH IN LOYAL FASHION AT PINCH- ER "CREEK From eight hundred to a thousand rangemen paraded' at.FincheiV.Creek estorday in honor of the glorious, lous aad immortal merabryi of. the 'riuco of Orange. The weather was Ine and the day was thoroughly en oyed. The Lethbridge brethren, bout one hundred left 'with nends on yie Flyer at 6 a return- ng on the raid-night train There were two lodges from here. No. with fife and drum band and the new odge, No 1314, a tin whistle and which created quite a furore and 'as the centre of attraction for the ay. so far as the music .was .concern- d The boys had to face the day h on i muiic and: on of eorge Blunt, decldea to' get.up ie whistle band The players were roficient musicians, and with the rude instruments, they hadrvi'i on well music. There were lodges in line from Mac- iod, PHcher, Hlllcreat, nd other points along the; Pass. ;It as a fully representative turnout and reatly pleased the district commit- ee. Pincher Creek was gaily decorated nd extended the visitors a real hearty elcome Shoitly after noon the par- de was held and was marshalled by has, Kronlng of this city. A feature htch created no end of amusement as a goat from Lethbridge led by Bro Jas Scott It was the flrat time many had Been the real thing ID lodge goats. A splendid program of sports run off, the various events being keen- ly contested The speaking took place after tlie sports which probably a mistake as the crowd hail their m terest all centred in the amusements and there wasn't as much attention given the speeches as there would have been been diSfer- red until after the orations. Among tbe speakers ere Reu Mr. Hunter of Blairmore, Rev. Atkinson, of Macr leod and Rev Jjytle, of Pincher Creek. In a baseball match between 'Leth- bridge and Pincher, the City team won, and in a .game and Blslrmore the home .team: won. Donaldson Line Direct Service Scotland, ConUA point B and Cmadft urdaj. new mo and up to date.'opantad on th> One-ClMB Cabin plan. ill ships. 131.25 to Glasgow, LlverfMl, Londonderry, QiVwiy and Bel- fast to Hamburg, and "Rotterdam. 136.00 to Sweden, Norway and Denmarlc, etc For full information call on tny steamship agent or write, H. K. LI DM AN, Central 455 Main St., Winnipeg The return trip was made on sched- uled time and every one notning but delight with the reception given and the sport enjoyed. BREWING CO'S r FINE DONATION ___________________ THE HERALD'S HEdlNA FUND IS SPLENDIDLY AUOUHENTID BY LIBERAL GIFT- Tbe Herald fund (or the relief of Regina sufferers was pleasingly auf.' mented todly by a cheques from Lethbridge Brewing and MiMlng Co. for 110000. TbU briiin the total todnta te II1J. There Ii itlll need for llbwallty thoM who -were to naltrt. unite as to low their all structlve J The Herald recelrw and fonnrW to Mayor MoAra all monln to tta care. White Y.t.t If you want your family to cat i bread, bake It with White Swan Cakes. Try t a 5c package ing 6 all grow" or today for umple. White Swan Cereals, Limited, Toronto. Ont Gnnslriu'.fprf of fiiiosf, sonsonofl Avood And built to last. They haxo all that superior flnl.-h and work- manlike make'that only the best doors nnd sashes posscis. stake our reputation on their high grade quality. Conic in and iiirtpcd our stock. Farmers' Lumber Co.Lti Operating Yardi In Southern Alberta} tee our biff atgn f "THE LETHBRIDGE LUMBER The yard where all the material is under coyer ;