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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 15, 1012 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD 5 There are' no dead flies lying about when WILSON'S FLY PADS are used as directed. AH' Druggists, Gro- cers and General Deal- ers sell them. DENOUNCES "TURKEY1 TROT" Cays U He Were He Woul Daiiccrs to. Prison -tiovr York' July Rev. Ed Vard F. Harrigan, pastor of SI" Pal Long; om of "the "tersest Roman Catholic par -isheg in 'Greater' York, caused fdoclded awutioa among his parish goners by his Sunday aei to, a denunciation of sonje of th V 't life brighter because we have new and higher standards of living? Let us thank advertising for it. executive secretary- .tre-Mmrer' of 'the. International Dry- entered this.troub- led world 40 years ago. in an obscure touutry hamlet named few miles from another town of simi- larly, odd Michi- From :hit> mother he inherited Ihe good old blood of the Poiuisvhan- iari 'Dutch families, who made the early histor) of that splendid state His heritage from bis father was Mt of Scotchvand English whicl 1ms stood him in good stead m man -in hour when onU constant, tircleb fighting would obstacles The usual experiences were thi .penences of the ernbno secretar: of. the Dry-banning organization un ti! at the age of 17 when he suddenly conceived an idea that h be a newspaper reporter decide ,was and the firs utt editoi to whom Hums apphec so the singleness of purpose and determmauon of thi ad that a place was made, and Hums became a "cub" reportei, a "cub" as ever broke the hear) of a cityeditor1 There; was. no thing spectacular aboul ;he. .of Handi- capped bv lack of college training he ought hij, way through the ranks vadeoV books, studied nights, admired "and followed the suc- cessful men in thfi newspaper profes- ion, and, lacidentally, developed a 'nose for news" .ind a broad compre- viev .of-> men, and events Vhen; Burns: was .'r'doing" the cr.Dnln- "beat" Journal ifc said'-that. he established a reputa- iori'for.'.three things that indicate'his haracieristies today he would suf- scoop" by a mal reporter than divulge police department ecrets that had been.obtained in.can- den ce studied the interesting amis of important crimes in order lat pM-chological reasons of the rime rrf-ght be understood by him as writer, And. be alwats insisted up- n just treatment of men or -women harged, months after.Burns took his ist position as "editor ot a Kansas his first good salary, he publisher refused to allow an ex- pose of. lavity in the police department Burns quit Once, after" bepffftUng a tvcsterner he, like many a tendenoot, decided that there must be a "real western magazine, prmted'Tn the real west' and breathing the western, "air n tried it It took 'his last dollar and 18 months of hard "work to disprove theory. riot until beat- en mto he lay down ic night, totajlv, deieaied Next morning, penniless, he .sat down Cool asa Cucumber Crystal to study over 'the the fu- ture There was m Colorado a defunct organization of real' j estate agents, Lnown as, the Colorado State Really association C E. "Wantland, who weighs 105 pounds and m ..Ifl years lias sold mil heap of acres of lane four western states, was the firsl man he approached ant the secretaryship of _ the State Realty said Burns, 'We will talk to the old directors about said Wantland, who ,wai. one of them "Colorado needs orgamyed, system- tic said Burns to the directors. are losing a golden opportunity Next dnj the new secretary started More Surprises-MONDAY AND Surprues THE SQUAW'S DEBT OF GRATITUDE how an Indian'Maiden appreciated and repayed a little kindness" white man. Money Is always the of Evil." And will bo to the end of the This striktngvpi6ture vividly il.ufftrate'B to-what lengths a man wfl! go to wheu wltn the "Greed of Gold." OF UX Illlj TAKE THIS It is a "SureThing" jou can place jour money on this onCj ag lt ifl to come in first In the comedy race and bring big Coming shortly: "CATCHING WHALES IN MID-OCEAN" (A marvellous production that will make you wonder what la coming next) as the sanest' system of crop; insurance-inr the The idea betaiue a fact, and from that hour, eteiv day m the the machmerj of the Dry-Farming Con- gress lias been at work Burns was made secretary It was a fight Irri- ?atiomsts, cattle men, a thousand in- fluences combined to belittle the movement. "You'll hdie to believe m said Lhe aecretarj pool man must have" a farri. The farmer must be .aught to succeed The acreage must be forced to produce more food and money." :JOHN ,T. BURNS Last jear 14 nations were repn eiited' at" .the international '.dinner nen at the Confess The federal overnment refused to recognize the uoiement with tmancial support will come a day when they to reorganize the movement slate was filler! with sectional The jeal- ct rf farming ytvr advertising problems is available through any good y Agency or tke Secretary of tht Canadian Press Roo Budding, Toronto. Enquiry involves no obhgnlwn on your ousies, but m five 1250 of Col- irado's best business brains, were enrolled in' the Colorado Siaie .Cdm- nierical 'Association, .with Burns as ts secruiaij Tie had ideals and idlicics and no state, in America was toller advertised, while internal" civic affairs and policies were carefully fol owed Burns had enemies Evcrr man expects 16 them when he lews to the line. Five .years ago some one- said he plains are being filled armers who are bound to starve, Jrvrfanning is a fraud." "Let us said' the' commercial odies of Denver, and Burns, as one of the secretaries, joined Governor IcDonald m calling the first Karmins Congress- It was called The Trans-Missouri Dry-Farming jus I to give it a name." If was proxed that di Harming was not a nut a dangerous system if but half developed. The convention adjourned and for, a year was for- gotten, "This is a. said Burns, 'in addiessmg tlie second congresb at Salt Lake City. "Either you have the most wonderful agricultural Imoicment'm the or jou no 'excuse 'for calling a convention. If ion bclieip in it, a piopa- th.il dty said the secretary, and todaj he Congress of the United States is assing appropriation for a ,dcral exhibit and tor delegates to iie Congress while Canada has be- come its temporary has granted some for its -work this jear, and has formally invited the nations of the VIOL Id to "have a look" at what is certain to be the greatest movement of ages LOCAL OPTION OR GRANT MORE The Liquor Requires Very Cobalt, July -was said jes terday in Cochrane over the recent prosecution of M r Ward, barrister, for infraction of.tbe liquor license law, is not settled Persons who accompanied the depu- tation interviewed the govern ment declare-that this'violation ol the law can only, be., remedied .by one of sraiit ir.cro licenses or enforce local option The one ho- tel, they, sufficient, and makes .for-the blind pigs. This can only be effectively stamped out by total.local .option, or the grant- ing of Tiiovo licenses to prevent, the illicit sale. The government's assur- ances are said be satisfactory in so far as the recent friction is concern- an informant aa.vs there has been too much la'w and not enough policy I MAJESTIC THEATRE Five Nights and Wtdnudiy Mitlnee, Commencing TO-NIGHT SPEC'lAL'RETUHN ENGAGEMENT OF. Miss Constance Crawley ind HER COMPANY OF ALL STAR LONDON PLAYERS, with Mr. Arthur Maude THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY BROKEN LAW- TKE PAeSPORT" PRICES 11 00, 76c., and 50c. On Sale at Roehon'l DON'T KINDLING" July 20th. et Illlnjton ind Powerful Company. MUSIC AND DRAMA i (Conducted by FloetIO) TABER MAY HAVE CHANCE TO GO DRY Tuber, July the local option fight now being conduct- ed, liy, the AlbertajTemperRn.ee and Moral Heform society in northern AlbertaVie, successful it hen it comes to a on No- A ember 14th next, the fight will be Southern Alberta and'nti effort made to a in the Taber dis- trict among.other districts. This Is the statement, made 'to the Times by Rev. W, G W. Fortune., field secretary of the temperance league, who was m .town last. week. Constance Tonight This evening at the Majestic The atre Miss Constance Crawley and her admirable English a five nights engagement In a series of )j.ery dttractue pUjs 'The Dill to- night will be Pinero's popular societj play "The Second Mru Tajiquerai which should receive justice from Miss Crawle> and her players When Miss Crawley's appeared here recently in Oscar Wilde's "The Brok- en she 'won critical pulse. The company is one of tbe best the writer has seen and It is to be hoped that theatrical lovers in this city TU1J gjve Miss Crawley and her company the reception which they well deserve Miss Crawley's leading man is Yrthur Maude, an actoi of fine'histnonic at talnments One observes that the prices for this engagement are at 00, 75 cents and 50 cents, which should suit eyerj purse It might'be good idea, if Lethbrldge theatre- goers would in that pei- forraanccs in the Majestic Theatre commence at 8dO o'clock fnstead of 9 o'clock as is usually HHe'caBo. Margaret Illmgton on Saturdcy In connection with the engagement of Margaret THIngton, the famous American emotional actress in' Kenyon's plaj at the Majestic Theatre, the ;he theatre intending patroug o secure their seats at'once in order avoid poaslble disappointment, as demand fot promisos to very This is -the star ion o-f .the -local theatrical--seascn. cast of players supporting Miss llmgtoQ is an excellent one and as the play is one vveil worth it to be sincerely hoped that there 1 not be a seat left he curtain rises on one.of'.itnierlcii'i: most notable f. The 'Author of the plai was formerly a well known newspaper man and his'work has won warm praise from the toadlng New York critics bethbridge U Indeed fortunate in being aible have an opportunitj of aa attraction Plays Not Wanted On Thursdav, Frida> Saturday evenings of last week a company of people at tbe Majestic The- atre in a series of plajs which ed to contain nothing more gun play from beginning to end The plaj ers no doubt meant but it is Just as to lemartr that in these of advanced civilization in which live no place on the stage should be ghen such exhibitions. on Saturday evening last was an in- sult to man's intelligence, and H was, to use a vulgarism, a to tjie monej. STAVELYf'S FIRST COUNCIL Sec- tion for town council took place last week, when the following were elected by acclamation t, Mayor, Fred S Ditto, Councillors for two jears, J F Oinmley, B ,T. Oatrum and C W Coultry, councillors for shoit term, M Cressman, John Dezall and S. H. Tail. Richaid P .Pftttigrcw, of South, kota, a campaign manager for Gbunp Clark, la 3fiid will now tupport elt, MADE FROM ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR melts away' dcltciously in tlio mouth rou eat it JIade from this flour, pioorust is a pioud housewife's joy, for It her baking really worth while, Get a tack today and worrying Ellison Milling and Elevator Go. MILLS AT LETHIMIDOE, RAYMOND MABftATH ;