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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta lit Letjbriige Dally Herald, Thursday, July F. C LOWES COMPANY Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. 1' t Phoenix Assurance Co limited of London We have several sections of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage ATTENTION! BEST SNAP EVER OFFERED IN LETHBRIDGE 5 lots and two eight roomed Louses for Water-and electric light; cash buys this and assume loan of Loans, Insurance and Auctioneers taken for The Golden West Realty Co, Phone 623. P. 0. Box 642. D.King WILFRID LAURIERS PLANS IN MANITOBA Can Hardly Believe He Is In a Conservative Province July 'Wilfrid light under a bushel. JLaurier is having a memorable stay in, Winnipeg. He had his eyes open- ed to-day when he .opened a great in- dustrial exhibition, yhich is show- jing 10 the "wo id the meaning of the [Great West. The'premier expected to (find Winnipeg a fine city, -but he tiad to confess -to-day that he had found it a young giant. The exhibition this, week will1 b? attenderi by hiicdiods of I of people. Already most of avail- able accommodation in the city i-s tak en. When "Sir .Wilfrid turned the toy of the exhibition; he'said Winnipeg was fully, justified in not. Hiding its past, but it had in front of it a most glorious future. "The prosperity of the West, which was bound to in- crease, would greatly enhance ihe growth of the cities, and whereas bushels were exported from the' West last.season, he that in a few years it would reach the billion bushel mark. Sir Wilfrid is 'being receiv- ed with enthusiasm everywhere. During the next few days he is -to.be entertained ;by the French- Canadians of Manitoba., .He is tak- ing advantage of .his stay here to It had a great visit towns -where French speaking people'predominate. He speaks to- night -at' Ste. where great preparations nave been made to give a'righc royal time. Manitoba's "welcome to Canada's .is as- sincere as even" that '-which we accorded, him when he passed through sixteen years ago. He. has -confessed that when he sees crowdsthat .'welcome; him and .enthusiastic .cheers he cannot 'believe he is in a province where the Conservative party. has just inflicted 'a 'heavy'defeat 'on his friends. 2 lots, block -2.0 Duff, facing east L HEAL ESTATE 307 CRABB STREET Asquith Lindsey LOANS PHONE-1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE; ALTA. THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH KAIN ON THIS LAND We own and offer you a full section hear Kimball. They have had plenty of rain here and crops look good. This land will he sold at a low price and on terms vou cannot beat. It will be sold quickly. LOOK THIS UP Try our plan instead of making a loan. There is no delay. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LIST WITH US FARM SECURITY COMPANY 1st class hotel for sale. Eecords show over 1150 cash per day. Price and terms right. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L KIMBALL, Mgr. Suite 115 Sherl.ck Bid. Phone 417 Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are olfering for sale tte cheapest lots on the market each situated north oi the track The Alberta Ry. and irrigation Co: RETIRING: FROM MISSION WORK.AFTER 25 YEARS Archdeacon Scott; Who Has Presided Over Diocese of Lesser Slave Lake For-That Time, Must Now Give Up Work Owing to III Health. Edmonton, July 12. Archdeacon i Scott, of Lesser Slave Lake, accom- i panied by Misses Bennett, Thompson, Waghorne and .Mrs. Lawrence, lady missionaries, and the mission school Archdeacon's diocese, arrived in the, city on Thursday night. The archdeacon is retiring from his charge on account of ill health. "My said Archdeacon Scott, "is .from Lesser Slave Lake to the Rocky Mountains, and includes Grande Prairie, Fort Vermilion, Peace River, and all the districts in that vi- cinity. Of course my headquarters are at Lesser Slave Lake, and very lit- tle mission work has been done.in .the, outlying parts of the diocese. Since 1886, when I first started my work in the district, there has.been marvellous progress made both in mission work and in establishing modern civilization. 1886 there was practically noth- ing at Fort Vermilion except a Bay trading and now the com- munity has developed into a thriving farming district. -There are as yet on- ly comparatively few white settlers in the country, but it is full of half breeds who have rapidly learned the! HENS -HAD INSOMNIA; HAD BEEN TAKING COFFEE. Troubles in the Chicken House at Night the Result of its Denizens Feeding on Coffee Grounds Thrown Out. Cedar Grove, N: July Reismann's flock of chickens is suf- fering- from insomnia, the result of eating coffee grounds thrown -into their crbop. Angry neighbors are., tablets, chloroform' -capsules, etherized corn, and cocaine DRY FARM SYSTEM" V V v MEANS HEAVY CROP. iHo.'Ungsworth, of. Colfax, Expects Spring Wheat to Yield 50 to 60 Bushels to ,the Acre. Colfax, July S. Hoi- pioneer of -Colfax, has. proven this year that' the .Campbell system of dry farming'is a guarantee of good crops even, in dry weather. He will get a bumper.crop from his sp'ring seeding and attributes it all- to the Campbell system. His "spring .crop grits and preparing to take charge. of wheat will average 50 to 60 ibushels of -the feeding of the wakeful suffer- ers. Reismann. is begging for-time in which to ascertain the effect o coffee substitutes, and the ion street section is in a .turmoil. Tn question at issue is whether .the chid ens shall die pr the neighbors o Keismann shall turn their lives up IMPKOVED FARMS FOB SALE 320 acres 1-4.mile from' town, an acre, with crop. -160 acres 11-2. miles from town, crop and machinery. For particulars apply H. C. MORRISON COWLEY, ALBERTA A neAv seven-roomed modern house to rent. Splendid Buys in House and Inside Property The Lethbridge-Weybum Realty Co., Ltd. Phone.1173. One Door South Balmoral Hotel. Distributing Agency for Rumiey Engines, Cockshutt and Frost and Wood Lines Farm. Implements. LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE '_ LIBERAL ASSOCIATION AT FORT GEORGE; an acre. F He said: "Not only do I get. a great- ir -Wilfrid 'Laurier Invited to Visit Districts-Officers are Elected. -Fort George, weir attend ed. meeting of .Laterals ELI Vesley Co. a .here recently; esulted.iri 'the formation of a Liberal Association. Among the initial work of the embroyo association was. the 'POLLY WANT A CANDLE" ROAST BIRD IS THE-ftESULT 'Small Boy Thought He1 the Family Pet 'a side downrand sleep in the daytime. The been on four weeks One -day.Reismann's servant emptie ,i. -i the in'ihe The chickens iot only grourids, also 7drank: of coffee. .JTnat-night rible "to-do in theV chicken Roosters crowed: hens Cackled "an- laid Reismann' went put ;tl times, thinking a 'weasel'-or 'wander ing in .the pen.' Nothing, o the kind could foe found.. Six fresh white man's methods of tilling the -laid eggs were in the nests and "a, hen soil and who have abandoned the rov- j was just going on." Martin Malone, lawyer, of Hamil- ton, is going to practise in Chicago. Insurance leal Estate and Farm Loans City The H, Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. J Henry Schultz, one of Berlin's best labor men, Is dead, aged 55. Magistrate Kingsford, of Toronto, decided that Postmaster W. B. Rogers of Toronto was In the right in dis- missing the clerk who went to camp witnout permission. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block ing life of the Indian for that of the Western farmer. "At Lesser Slave -Lake, of late years ;he advancement has been even more rapid. Until very lately there was practically nobody in the districts; now there must be between three and our hundred white settlers. The in- lux of wnite settlers into Lesser Slave iake and Fort Vermilion has caused a great enlargement in our mission work as we are now turning our atten- ion to the white population. Some ears ago our time was entirely de- cted to civilizing the Indians. For his purpose Indian mission schools were established and churches built, ut now we find our Indian mission work is more or less at a stand-still, nd the white settlers are taking up more and more of our time. "The crops around Lesser concluded the Archdeacon, "are even more advanced in the Ed- monton district and the settlers- are looking forward to a bumper crop." SOCIALIST MAYOR FORBIDS LIQUOR IN MILWAUKEE DIVES Milwaukee, Wis., July Seidel tonight began the redemption of his campaign ple'dge that if he were elected he would stop the sale of liquor in all disorderly houses in the city. A squad of detectives were sent into the red light district by order of the mayor, and before midnight had arres- ted the proprietors of four of the plac- es that were found violating the law. There are about 100 resorts in the city, in a segregated district, and the mayor states that the campaign ne has started will be kept up until not a drop of liquor can be obtained in any of the houses. .Reismann could not understand- ;it 'Next day .'his flock .seemed droopy. after sunrise it retired to the chicken house and went to roost, al- though the sun was shining brightly outside. The same con-duct charac- terized the chickens 'each night after- ward, and the neighbors spent most their time swearing. Finally, it dawned upon. Reismann the treble was, .and lie and a veterinarian now are hard at work trying to get the flock back to nor- mal habits. A setting of the night laid eggs hatched to-day. All the chickens are falack, notwithstanding the hens which laid the eggs are registered white leg- ihorns. CHICAGO GIRL IN ROMANCE San Antonio, Tex., July a third time. E. P. Hill, millionaire form- er counsel of the Southern Pacific rail- road company, will enter matrimony, his bride-to-be being Miss Alicia Allen, until a few days ago, one of the cash- iers of the St. Anthony hotel here. The romance had its inception in the hotel, Mr. Hill being the first guest when the house opened a year and a half ago. Miss Allen is witty and gift- ed- with a striking vocabulary. Miss Allen came here from Chicago. er crop than under the other tendering to "Sir 'Wilfrid of: tout -I get it with far less seed. In- stead of sowing 100 to 120 pounds-of wneat to the acre I -sow only 15 pounds. The principle of the system is to pack the ground so hard that no moisture can escape during the dry season. "To retain the moisture wihich would otherwise evaporate at the rate of a quart a day for a "square, foot, I use a packer, treating the ground so that ho moisture can escape. Then a soft layer of dirt is -worked up upon this hard soil and: the grain is planted in. that. "During the dry season the grain will secure enough moisture from the ground even if there is a total ab- sence of rain so that yield will be neavy." when' it was thought impossible to when it was thought impossibley to sow because, of the rattlesnakes. lie took up a claim now occupied by the city of Colfax. He is one of the wealthiest ranchers owners in the city. and property an invitation to visit Fort George'dis-: triet during his tour of the west and British Of the, resolutions' dealt with requests to.the "Dominion government -for an improvement in the navigation of the Upper -Fraser, and the establishment of an experi- mental, farm at some convenient point in the Nechaco valley. 'NDIANS WILL-GREET SIR WILFRID LAURIER Chiefs to Gather at Vancouver on Oc- casion of the Premier's VFsit.- Vancouver, July in all heir aboriginal finery, the Indian chiefs from the mountains and valleys f British Columbia will gather in rancouver to greet Premier Laurier 'hen he visits the coast in the middle f August Chief Mattnlas, succes- or to the late Chief Joe Capilano, rossed from the Indian village near forth Vancouver, and had an inter- view with Mayor Taylor, in which he nformed his worship that he was ending out messages to every chief- ain in the province urging them to ttend a great potlatch here, on the cession of the western trip of the kxminion premier. The Indians have no demands to ay sbefore Sir Wilfrid, it is under- tood, hut they desire simply to show PARENTS SMOTHER 90 BABES. DCS Moines Coroner Seeks Law Mak- ing It Crime to Take Infant to Bed. Des Moines, July fact that ninety babies have been found dead in -bed during the last year in Des- Moines has induced Coroner Jver G-. Newien to seek a law making it a crime for parents to sleep in bed with an infant child under two years of e. Newlen points to .the fact that one, baby 'a day has died in Des .Moines during the lasl! year, and it is to re- duce this mortality that he advocates a new law. "I am satisfied that'of the bafaies -dead in bed with their parents a large, percentage were smothered." ..Riyerhead, L. .L, ________ toby of four -years, accustomed ectric. lights, finds as a candle, something to.hapJr pen." it was'l'.X not the usVal thing. Tnis 'boy burn a bahy .brother or sister; rot was the victim.. L The ;boy was FianMe Hallett, grandf son of Mrs. Frank JL HilL lage electric lamps were unlighted on Wednesday night, -and Mrs. .Hill, to use candles: to illuminate her A lighted candle struck as a novelty, and he thought ihe'. would! show it to the parrot A been thrown: over the cage! Frankie lifted it with his candle hand. The cloth -blazed; blaz- ed, too, at first verbally, then sically. of cuss words, brought Mrs. Hill. She put the -.fire out, but the parrot that time was a. roasted bird. WHY fS A FIREFLY WHAT IT IS? Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold a guarantee that if you are not sat- tle acording to directions, your money will be refunded. It is ,np to yon to., try. Sold by all druggists. 1 Manhattan, Kas., July." lamp of the firefly, what lights it, aoC why is it carried astern, is a-.Dories- tion for the solution'of Hamilton, professor of physiOB-'in, the State Agricultural eolleggjrere is ex- perimenting. The firefly, Prof. laamUton asserts, surpasses.anything; done in the amount of light obtained from the energy expended. Before the .summer is over Hamilton 'expects to have determined just 'what this method is.1 TORNADO STRIKES A CIRCUS. Watertown, S. D., July tor- nado struck Ringling Brothers' cir- cus tent here. The canvas was set on fire. About persons were in the tent at the time. It is believed that no lives were lost. When the stomach fails .to perform its functions, the bowels become de- ranged, the liver and kidneys congest- ed, causing numerous diseases. The stomach and liver must be restored to healthy condition and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets can be de- pended upon to do it. Easy to take and most effective. Sold by gists. She was employed in the Auditorium their esteem of the premier by gath- hotel there. ering to'present him with an address some time during his stay here. x It is the purpose of Chief Matthais to have all the lidiaas come to Van- couver with their regalia, and for ihe of the distinguished eastern vis-itor the chiefs will appear in pub- lic with their paint, feathers and robes of honor. A parade through the streets is pro- bable, and there will also likely be a general celebration either here or ov- er in the Capilano village across the inlet. "Good Momlnpl Where did yori get that' shrne "Put it on myself." You're joking 1 "Sure 1 ui'i i "What PACKARD'S Of cocrse. It's the only drttslnr thai will pet on a shine that. Stayi on, too. A sh'ne or .two m week, with a rob othar roomines. my abaci DiW. Makes them wear better, too." A combination of a bottlii of Htunilnc liquid end a tin of poliihinr Box Calf for all RuaMt for brawai crtans. At all 1 25c. Thtrc's a Packard Dnsting to L. 1 O. D. MANN WILL NOT INTERFERE. Winnipeg, July D. Mann de- clines to interfere in 'the attempts to settle the Canadian Northern cai- rn en's strike, and the situation shows little change. The men claim to "oe gaining, and expect that the settle- ment will favor them. They are firm in their demands, and havfe succeed- ed in tying up the work at the shops here. There is DO sign of any trou- ble. CUT CANADA. ESTABLISHED Total Assets Oct; Over A Savings Account Helps Opening a Savings Account "UJnion Bank makes it easierrtp save. You, habit of depositing, more or less regularly, small amounts of money that would other- wise quickly slip away. At the end of the the Interest added, there is a substantial balance to your and you have scarcely missed the deposits. A.Savings Account in the Union" Bank is a reserve which you ought to provide against possible sickness or financial reverses. Why not start one now Main Office cor. Round Radpath I G: B, TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W, Bail He, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OmCE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1M7 1. X. WAim, 4UDU9DKK UUlft, Gmral Xtaftfer Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new TiwnBm' Cheques recently issued by this Book are a moot way m .idbich OHiy moocy wbeM They ieoued in flfi, and the oact tmettft ftytXAe in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, BriUini Holland, Italy, Norway, Switzerland m OB mch chelae, while m they arc cvrcat may be nhhiinad at Lethbridge Brand C K. Nourse, ;