Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
July 17, UU2. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD Facet GOOD FOOD Maku Childrtn Hillihy. Five Roses, Flour MAKES THE Flf-IEiT BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY. Plunked Local MAYOR MAYBERRY DENIES THE STORY MOO3E.-JAW DIO.-'NOT TRY HOLD UP THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC fAIoose July a-ieceii interview given to tlio Winnipeg Tele- gram, Presitleult Chamberlain of th GntiHl Trqnk'Pacific, 'If the' railway eommiasidri 'and th of, RIo.qse Jaw had not held would -be iiito tb city to glv a freight servlcb to the-'residents on the line west. These farmers are ii bad shape and need Wis llm badly." Interviewed matte: Mayer Mayberry snid 'Sucli rpmarks' are entirely un called for and misleading.'' thing that hns'done-in -this matter has been to press the Grain Trunk to make arrangements 'with the cityifor their right of 'a'.moni'ent as-ppsalble.-'.-- This -city has refused, to endorse any plan unti som6 -definite understanding been made as to the 'manner ;in which tbe "various streets shall bo crossed. Hut to misconstrue a'proper arrangement for crossings; Into is jto ab- EOltilely question." TRAPE, PACT 'Kingston St.-Vincent. council St. Vincent to- day passed a, resolution ratifying the agreement between Canada and cei tain-of tlie-British West Indian-.- la lands for reciprocity -in trade and de- claring thatMiiij .urangeinent foi a new steamship service an essential feature ;6f .the agreement should..be the pi fusion of a direct line between this small colonies Delicious Light Bread can only be. made by using a pure and acfne >east Whito Swan Cakfes are always pure, fresh and active 4Blr you? grocei for a fie package containing or send foi sample Whito Spices Cereal, Out.1 -----THE----- BETTY, TEA ROOMS OPEN DAILY, Business Men's Lunch Afternoon .Tea Ice Cream At.the.SIng of, the Tea Pot Cor 3rd Ave and Fifth Street BIG PRICES FOR ANCIENT FOLIOS Juh IT-i-The iwehe dais sale of ths Taylor Art collection ivas concluded yeBterd.iy wlUi tile dlsposa .eugrarings-arit boolls fff nunor importance rh- iirlcM aggregated biinginj, tile grand total to -f At Clliris tie's today, Mr. Quatritcli paid Jligl bill" record price ot tile four1 Shakespeare, be longing to file latle All Henri Beau These ate becauae In clmliug Mr Roger PayneJs auaini. bil] tor binding the fust for THE CHICAGO GWAIN Pit Chicago, Inly prices to day eiliiLOil a ilispositii) n to rally in sympathy with aii-'advance-at Ijlver- pool1 The foreign strength at ubuted to tho big doil reuse in the world's amilable supply and to the un avorable crop in -Jlusyia. here, "however, was most 1 from shoits to prolits. New 'users were few timid, opening to cent ip. September s-tarited at; 1-4 to b 58, the "sama ciiange fiom last light as'tlie market efl back to and then recoveied 96 8 Couati selLmg orders carried own influence of other aboait a reacrtion. Sep- etnber started undhangod to 1-S cent p at 31) 7rS to 34, cents, 'ongged to 3J -4 'cents and lattjK-ascended'to 34 '1-S. MR'jTAITfHAS Tail. iresiUent idf Uhe; Raymond' ball team IBS- lesigned from the position to vhich he was appointed and gnes s his reason the treatment wliich'tha ocal team are according tho other earns -Mr.-Tail also ensuring; some .of- the other officers f -the club for lack 'of interest. FARMERS ARE IN A STRONG POSITION Winnipeg, July iilta of tlie strength of Urn Grain Growers' company, the organization of thu U'estoni Canadian farmers whose shareholders are holding their annual meeting hero today under presidency of T. A. (.'rcrar, can he gathered from the 'statement of Hie year's .trailing, which shows a net'profit of for the past year against i he previous year and but J7UO live, years ago. Paid-up capital IB and-after paying a ten per cent, dividend tlie directors re- commended that be added lo the reserve -fund which now totals ;2QO.OOO. The president pointed'out that this satisfactory progress had been made despite the difficulty handling last year's crop owing to'the low grades, tough wheat and track congestion. Tlie president said that the com- pany had practically closed with the Canadian Pacific Railway a deal for the terminal elevator "B" at Fort Wil- liam. ,and with the .Munitolm govern meat for leasing its extensive sys- tem of internal elevators, both of which projects the meeting would be asked to ratify. The company had ilso acquired timber limits in British Columbia estimated 16 contain three iuidred million feet in anticipation time when they would gq into that business on behalf ot their shar'e- lolders of future development, favored the local unit MILADI Off let, 1224 'EDITED BY PHONES} It lius been decided to the meeting of Mary's Junior Guild to .a future date. Air. and Wre. W. II.'Schweitzer have returned from their wedding trip to Banff and Luggun, KGV, Mr. Jlughson, who was yt one Hme, tlio pojiular pastor of Wesley church here, will preach anniversary sermons for WestmUuitcr church on Sunday, July 28 and lecture on Holiday night. Ho is sure to atiract urge audieiices. Through a clerical, .error (ho meet- ug U'.C.T.U.; reported in yes- erday's paper, was slatrd to have )eeu held at the liome of .Mrs. Tay- piv It was home of the jresident, 31 re. H. Conibeare. .Speak ins Air. Crerar nethod unpractised by the Farmer's elevators 'or Minnesota and the-Da- rotas whereby other classes cf handlse were successfully handled by country elevators. It was ueces- ary, lo secure best results to main- ain the staffs all the year and him- binder twine; and Implements :ould be profitably bandied during he summer iponths. advocated Uie securing of a'good coal area as oal and lumber were rapidly going nder control of combines. He t'a- ored selling- to everyone discount, to their shareholders. Jnjls would be built-up by Issue of tock to local subscribers and there aa.no reason 'why In time the sue- cssful merchandizing of British So-operative Societies should' not uplicated. The company might further secure onnection with ;a mortgage on'-'and secure cheap arnvars. The money power in Can- da, he- said becoming a menace Del its evil possibilities might largely The puke of Connaught after open- ing the. Winnipeg Children's Hospital thin morning, paid a brief the Grain Exchange where visit to he was much interested in statlstlcK .showing the wonderful growth of the grain bus- iness of Western Canada. Tins after- noon' he visits' the Manitoba Agricul- tural college and -this evening1 party returns lo the east. council together with copies 'of cerluhi school records. Horn-Curlin The nuptials of Miss Julia Curtin and Air. Peter Horn, were celebratei at the Knox Presbyterian Church yes terday inonilnK at high noon. Mies Curtin has been a, resident of Let h- bridge -for. the past four years, and Horn is at present the electrician the provincial penitentiary. Af- ter two weeks at Banff, Laggan and Calgary, Mr. and, Mrs. Horn will, re- turn to Lethbridge and will occupy one of the cdtttnges at the institution. ir McGUire-Griinm Knox was ibe scene of. a wedding "this afternoon at two thirty o'clock when- .Blanche Evangellne Grim in and: Roland McGuire were 'united in hianuage by Rev. A, Cameron. The bride in a travel- ling suit of navy-blue. wearing a white panama bat. with bird of Para dfse -was Mr. and--Mrs, McGuire ou their honeymoon, Calgary, Banff, Laggan a-nd the coast, cities, and after their return be own home at 1412 Fo'iirtlf'Avemie South The groom's giff.to the bride was the a peail a handsome gol war Jin regard to'military chditurcs. BELLEVILLE PAPER BURNED OUT Belleville, July On- tario newspaper office was badly damaged fire last night. .Loss ARE ALL COMING TO LETHBRIDGE Spokane, Wash., 'Chamber 'of 'Com- merce Actively Boosting for a Pig Exhibit at Lethbridge Spokane, Wash, Tune Spokane Chamber of Commerce has Daniel Morgan chairman'of ah eihlblr tlbn committee to arrange for at'ieast a two-carload display of grains, vegetables at. the Interna tional Dry-Farming Congress at: Leth- Sridge, Oct.- 21-26. E. El Fayiile has 3een chosen superintendent of ex- hibits, and will collect the exhibition from the best that is-shown at the several county fairs and the big Inter- state Fair which will be .held-at: aue.Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. The Chamber of Commerce has sent icrsonal letters to all the leading armers and exhibitors, :aud also to lie Chambers of Commerce through- IOU WILL FIND QUAKER The cheapest, because, although it costs a tritte more, there is no waste with it. Every crumb is good to eat John Gilmore, The Baker Phone 378 Office and Bakery I6l0-2nd Aye., N. Store 4 1 4 1 3th Street N. Phone 1 027 put the Inland. Empire, urging them to get with a view to cap- turing all the silver-trophies hung tip by tiieto b made today by president Lichteuhei of the Montreal club in the Intern: tional league Mr Leicbtenhem rid decided to depose his present-manage Billy Lush and call a meeting of th sporting editors heie and askHhen advice on the best method of raisin -he Royals from then cellar position While the advice of the "editors uia result In the betterment of the P.OS Uon of-the Leant, Mr. Llchtenhefet step is m .another respect H beieafter he able to blame th 'nilts of the team on to the pres ivluUi in the past has been blanim ,hem on to him. The Olympic Sports Stockholm, Till) militar lidmg competition for teams at th Olj mpic games was concluded "till morning: It included a distance rid- ot about 34 miles across countrj rid. about three miles, an individua steeplechase ride, orize jumping an( prize riding. The Swedish team fin shed first 1390k points, Ccr many second nlth H8 ii points an the United States third with 137.33 The Olympic regatta opened this morning with the race, for inrigge( fours with sliding, seats and with" coxswain The resiiHE of the heat were as follows. Stockholm beat Ctristinnja .by.tiro lengths. Denmark .beat Gothenburg by a length and .1 half jXorwa France .by five lengths. The race for eight oared Olit- shell with cox'vvain absorbed- moat of the attention of the spectators The heats resulted follows: Germam beat Frince a length and -a half, time six.minutes 43 sec- onds Australia beat Sweden, time six 'minutes, 57 seconds. BILL DONOVAN WAS TOO SPEEDY BralKfcml, July Antono was -found beaten to death In John -Axlon's house at 12 -nilles from here. .lobn Tt. Itennett la be- ing Bought by tho polfca. It bring, Owd Luck ing day beeiuM (v'try of baklnf pewdar tmbodlM' in "Alberta's is purs, ab i. prf.ctly (PM any injuriauc to "Alb.rta'i it known by good eooki yvur for It todxy. Tiger Picher Pitched at Fence to Gam Control Hughie Jeuiiings left ovan at home when the'team-.'-went t. The Tiger leader; told life .vet- eran right-hander to work out at Na- m I'leld get into shape so that le could engage In dctive service when Uie team returned to Detioit n June. Complying with ordeis Domnan vent to Nnvin Field to work out. Bill canned the. bulletin board and dls- oveied that he was the otilj one eft at home. With no catcher to receive him Bill went to work Ife hurled the ball against the heavy padding in front o grand stand Eveiy time he pitch ed he had to up and' recover th 'ball. This-gave him plenty of die, but doing the same thing after day became monotonous. Bill engaged Arlie. Sheghan us cat Cher, but Arthur could not find glove large enough to hold Donovan's fast one. so Art was forced to retire Now Dill is again pitching to the heavv- naddlnr iajn lent. shape running up and recovering the ball. FIRST STAGES ON KING'S PRIZE Bisles Csmji Julv stage of tie lung's prize or the rifle- men's blue ribbon, shot off today and there nas the usual keen struggle for tlie three liunSreii lop places which Quajify tor the second stage Vrl-' llaj Ore hundred leading the sec- ond jitage shoot ill the final rtage Sat- but eieiy score in ench stage counts tonard tbe of the entire competition settles nho shall be the King s 'prize man' ot UM >r. t It was a shade cooler today and ratli ei breezy first stage consists of seven shots at 500, and 800 Tie highest aggregate nt this stage tatang the N H A Bronze medal and All the Canadians shot todiij, Sorgt Alajoi Dj-mond, of Halifax, was ineligible foi the Kings piize Tlea for qwlifylng plaqes in the second sUge mil be shot off tomorrow the flarlon, a sen ice rifle com- petition as near as possible actual coudiUoue, and consisting of shooting and fire at 200 and sqo yaids, Blackburn, 47th and G2nd, each um one pound n the Dally Graphic after a tie Smith third place and fne pounds For- est'loth won three pounds anotber Canadian, Forester, third place n the Prince of Wales alter a He gets ten: pounds; Armstrong eighth each .Mitchell .6th and win pounds LEANDER BEATS SlOCkholm, July :he Argonaut eight of Toronto br hree quarters ot a length Aftvr i. hard tiusle although after the tint 500 metres (lie Eiultat boat vu al- aj s slightlr ahead at 1600 metro, be Canadian crew spurtei anA duced the lead ot their to length. Time six 2! 1-1 It'HM BMH That Maeheia, Nature's Scalp Tonlo is .1 record for growing tsea out of 100 It Is the only re- ed} ever discovered that the natural hair foods or liquid! of le scalp Rein dandruff Pre- ents falling hair Eeach package ontams a packet of Dry ham poo Powder for complete e treatment, f 1 00 Sold and jarau'sed by Jackson A Cc ENDED IN A DRAW Boston. .Inly O'Koofe. of Philadelphia, held Mull. Baldwin o3 IJoston to a draw In 12 rounds fast Ightlng bnforo the Pilgrim Athletic Olub tonight. The Philadelphia boy ided four, but hard, punches; Hald- win was never In doubt whllp O'Kecfe several times seemed wilting under rain of blows, IN CASH PHIZES FOR- BEST BliEAI) AT LETHBRIDGE FAFR FROM FLOUR See prize Hit or, write for full Information ENTRIES FREE The Ellison MiUing Co.