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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta July in. 1911 THE LtSTHBBIDG STARLAND A TREMENDOUS ATTRACTION The Naval Review at Spithead Formidable of battleships reviewed at by KJntf during IT! SEE IT! The admission remains the 1 Sc and lOc WILL INCREASE PRICE OF WHEAT IN THE WEST THE VICTOR stands f or QUALITY BIG GAS WELL WASiONFIRE Bow Island, July Islam! real estate is still booming, one of our leading dealers getting a tip not; lo sell, anil bin thing he could. 'A Winnipeg firm purchased J. W. Hopkins' tins wccic, for cash, and other farms adjoin- ing or near town given options. lumber gat. 3, caught .sup- posedly' from Wednesday, fortunately at the noon hour, so no lives were hut the derrick and tools were -burned. They succeeded DON'T KISS YOUR HUNGRY HUSBAND Maeterlinck's Wife Gives Ten Cam mandments for Married Women Paris, July Georgette L Banci, Maurice Maeterlinck's fiiinou: wife, has issued a warning to wive: the world over, in the shape of ten commandments, as follows: 1. Never allow hirelings to tend your husband-in what concerns his bodily welfare. 2. See that bin clothes. are readj each day, and bef'.tting .tin: season o: year. Assume the qualities of t. barora eter, that you may foresee I lie electric disturbances whlcli visit every mcu to. 4. When your husband IE in a hat temper; don't develop sim'iar toms, but when he is mer imitate him unfailingly. 5. Don't fondle him before meal in extinguishing the fire Saturday night. Donovan McCrea have purchased an auto. A jolly time is reported from the 'dance at Gage's big barn, South Bow Island, Fndjj night D. Pederson is on a business trip to Vclva, North Dakota. The ball game Tridaj between Grassy Lake and Bow Island resulted in of the home1 team The ball at night was well attended Mri E Ellittorth was very ill during the week irom asthma. D Ncedham became ouner last ncek of-tcn acre? of the Oldquist farm, near the tall ground, at J250 -per acre. to a hungry man are as soap bubbles' to a parched throat. C. Use your tongue only in agree- ment; disapproval is best expressed ivith your eyes. 7. If your husband has the gout, insist on walking. 8. If you wish to convince him that ou are a better actress than Bern hardt, and a sprlghtller dancer than Pavlowa, show him a bet- er cook than Escoffier. 9. ers, to smooth over domestic a man never admits he. Is In the attend to the household finances, and to 'have an eye for. the week after next.. 10. Finally, never lose sight of the fact, in'making all those sacrifices that, if man supports the family, wo- man is his superior in far more ways than he is hers. A wife's duties among oth- SUMMER SCHOOL AT BLAIRMORE GETS 1500000 IF SOBER TILL SO abstinence from gambling until are the prices Charles Wittoon Mm Must Eschew Gambling to Win Fortune Mattoon, 111, Inly Sobriety and 60 T. Montague must pay to inheru left by his fathei, Joel T president'; of -the JIattoon Stale Sav- ings bank. According to his will, fi'p.l to'lay, Ml of the estate Is left in tn st and an Income of J1.700 a is afforded. Howeier, the son mas get it at the 50 if he is.married to a virtuous and is living with net and has .besides" refraining from ex- fcessive drink and gambling In case the son fails to coninlv wiih the conditions of the will, all of the estate goes to the city of Mir toon to be uied as the citj may desire Charles T Montague is now 36 yean and Is unmarried MARK TWAIN LEFT Entire Fortune, Including. Securities and Real Estate, Bequeathed, lo His Only Child New York, July Twain left property worth includ- ing securities and real estate. All was bequeathed to his only surviving child, Jfrs. He left no real estate In New York. The value of his persona! estate here' is J29G.746. This docs not include a trunk full of manuscripts, >tp which no value is assigned in the appraisal. The.largest item'in this'schedule is fifty shares of .the Mark Twain com pany, valued at The author's property at Redding Conn., where he died on April 21 1910, is valued at Outside of the real estate it consists of; min- ing, railroad and Industrial stock. CHARGED WITH BEING A BANK ROBBER San Francisco, July 18. Charles Johnson, alias James McCormick and alias Kelly, was arrested here yester- day on information of a private de- tecttive agency, charged with having been Implicated In a robbery In St. Paul, Minn., a year ago. A 15e, Bottle of DalTons CONCENTRATED _ Lemonade makes a half gallon of the most dejicjous lemonade you ever tasted. It's a pure Lemon product with all the delicious flavor of'the fresh ripe fruit. Con- tains no other acid. No ier than lemons and sugar. Get DALTON'S at your grocer's or druggist's, uw For the first time, an opportunity Is to be given to the yo.ung people of the Crow's Nest territory and Southen Alberta, to'attend-a summer school in their own immediate vicinity. Blair- more has been selected by the Alberta Sunday School Association for tbis purpose, arid August 8 to 13 Inclusive will undoubtedly find a goodly com- [iany in attendance. The school is under the auspices of Jie Alberta Sunday School Association and the young people's societies of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Baptist churches, and will include Bible study, ilission study, Child Nature study, study of methods .etc., and recreations. An excellent series of lectures has leen arranged, in which many well- tnown lecturers will assist. Among hose secured are Miss Helen Falk, Vinnipeg; Prof. Dydc, late ot Queen's University; A. B. Steer, B.A., Calgaii, srof. L. L. Henry, Chicago. Other irominent speakers ai'e being secured. Each afternoon will be given over o sports and recreations. Special rogrammes will he arranged for and xcursions planned as far as possible- Parties may bring their own outfit r they may secure any accommodar on they wish at the most reasonable atcs from the management of any one f the summer schools. Food will be. provided on the Cafe- eria plan. Parties may bring their wn provisions, if they wish, or they secure part or all of their meals n' the grounds at reasonable prices. No better or more profitable way to pend a week's vacation can be had lan to attend for a week a school of his nature, containing, as it does, easure and profit in _a manner, well ilculuted to broaden one's a and crease their knowledge of practical ubjects, fitting them for the import- ant work of service. Blairmore Is a most beautiful spot at which to conduct a school of this iia tore, nestling in the. mountains at the very gateway of the Rockies, and will afford a healthy change to prairie dwellers to spend a few days .In study and healthful recreations. It has been decided to limit the. reg- istration to 125, one dollar accompany-, ing the application for. registration, which should bo sent to H. o. Bige- low, secretary, Blairmore, Alta. The new summer school calendar and full information sent free on appll (Grain Growers' Guide) Itnnuoui efforti are belnx made by opponent! of reciprocity to con- the Western farmers that free In natural products between Can- ada and the United SUtes will not in any advantage to the fanner, but ontbt contrary will have the ef- fect, of flooding the Canadian markets with products of the United States laraill .To substantiate thle opposi- jon, columns of figures are produced in tUiGulpk iC prove tliiu ail grains, and farm produce sell higher n Canada than they do In the United itates. Opponents of reciprocity in the jnlted States on the other hand lioldi'08 'n 9rdor to'.prevent diverting of up to the American farmer the dole- "10 trade to the United States ohntl- hard wheat, and certain types of our wheat which our Inspectors put Into the 3 Nor grade will grade 1 Nor, In Minneapolis, in addition to that our inipectori are so much more sev- ere on our of! grades than the Minnea- polis Inspectors that .that of Itself would Justify our people's of ;he reciprocity agreement. The sys- tem of a iampio market in Mlnrica- lolls, which has proven so valuable to the Grain Growers, and which the n Winnipeg have BO strenuously op- posed, will be favored by those dis- rihutlon and transportation coinpan- ful prospect that it is not possible for them to compete on even terms with the product of the cheap and fertile landl of .Western Canada, n is al- most needless to point out that it is nels, and will be established in nipcg, which will be'a very material benefit to-the Canadian Grain Grow ers. "Another argument that Is being made Is because the Unitod States the privileged classes In both the Un- aurplus and exports wheat ted SUten and in Canada who are we" Canada, that the price paid raialrig this cry against freedom of flioat for home consumption will tnde the significance of It Is not that they-are opposed to freedom of trade, hut that they think the Cana- dian and American fanners arc so minded that they can be induc- ed to belieie that trading with one another la going to result in ruin to be on the export value. That argument might apply If the United States exported grain of the same i trlnsic value as Manitoba wheat. The fact is that they only grow a limited quantity of hard wheat, and that the production of hard wheat practical both In othe, uords, that this is any reached limit, .while the require- where trading will ruin both sides Intents of millers 'for that class of becoming greater. The United States has ceased to be an ex- porter of hard spring wheat, their ex- ports of wheat being cpnfincd to Dur- ums arid softer wheats of the touth- he argument Is being made that the verage price of wheat in the United States is''less than the average price n Canada. The weakness ot this ar- ;ument 'Is that it takes the average irlce oKwheat in the United states egardlessi'of its character or distance rom the In which it is con- umed it manifestly unfair to say ccause the price of Kansas, Nebraska MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manapr. Ml TWO NIGHTS Thursday and Friday, July 20th and 21st; Sherman and Cleveland 'The Honeymoon Trail' A mtuickl comedy in two staged 20 SONG HITS 20 30 ARTISTS 30 500 LAUGHS 500 PRICES LOOK ONLY 50c, 75c and Now Selling Ontario millers are very heavy pur chasers of Manitoba wheat and pay a very much higher price for it than their own product. Toronto marke reports indicate that Ontario millers arc paying about 76 cents at their milli to the Ontario farmer-.'for his wheat t being quoted at 80 cents In Toron .0. At the same time the Ontario mil er pays 11.00 per bushel for Manito- ba 1 Nor. at Bay ports and It coatl him 5 cents, per bushel extra for reight to his mills. That li to say he gets, the Ontario wheat at 76 cents and pays for Manitoba at hh nills. At the same-time there are ihipments being made for export of were i'rom the Pacific COHII. over ti.- ndTexaa wheat Is less than the price Ijcr OuO.OOO buslHs from, the Jlesiiau irar- Gult Const distrht ami lea t Dakota, and Manitoba wheat that 'than "from the northern bor- ianitoha wheat not secure a high- r price If admitted free of duty In the ntted States, and that permitting Un- der districts, much of which was Dur- um wheat. Here is where the advan- tage of free, access to the Canadian illers of-Easern Canada, Britain aiid urope :.fbr our hard wheat, which icy require for milling purposes, will ot any advantage to the !anadianv growers. There is another feature that seems to be lost sight of by the opponents of reciprocity, and that is the dlffeience of'grades. It is well known In the West that the Manitoba.grades of wheat are at least one grade higher fhan .Minneapolis leach year has a surplus for ern states and Pacific, coast. For the I Ontario grown wheat. Just as Ont- ending June the rjnited arlo people export their own wheat States exported bushels oPand buy Manitoba at largely advan- wheat (.f which-- bushels jced prices so will the United States export their low grade wheat and soft wheat and buy Manitoba'at advanced prices If freedom of trade is establish- ed between the two countries. What applies to Otiatno applies with equal force to the British and European markets. The supply of hard spring wheat is limited and. there is ah" in- creasing demand for.; it .for blending purposes In everj country where high grade flour is used The British mil- lers usually pay from. 8 to 15 cents per bushel more for .Manitoba l.Nor. ;han for Kansas, or Pacific coast wheats.'- What is needed maintain the demand for Manitoba wheats at the high price that Is now' being paid for it by millers Is free- dom of .that ed Statesjnillers to compete wth he producer of hard wheat comes In. Am- erican millers will always be custom- ers for hard spring wheat to blend wilih their softer wheats, and will al- ways be prepared to pay a high price and come into competition with mill- ers of other countries for'lls purchase. This will maintain.the spring wheat of the Northwest relatively higher than any other'class of. wheat. Ontario .pro- duces a high grade winter produce, a high quality of to create a competitive market, more people we have competing for the purchasing of our wheat the likely the premium that Is now ob- tained will be to continue and It is surprising that any Canadlw who has the interests of the Western farmer at heart should hesitate for. mo- ment in giving approval to an' ment that providea us a comptUnc market for our grain. As t business proposition It looks foollsb to rafnn a market at our doors and to go ng for markets In otber parti ot world. i THREE DROWNED NEAR Rosthern, Sask, July jj._A triple drowning occurred on Red Berry Lake those drowned being Leroy McDon- ald and his fourteen-year-old ton and en Hughes. The three were >'row-! ng in a small boat from the Island o the mainland wben a storm Mew up, quickly capsizing the and "11 were drowned i PROBABLE PROVENCHER CANDIDATES Winnipeg, July J. O'Sulll- an, president of Winnipeg business iollege, an Irish Roman Catholic, an- nounces that he will run In Proven- her, against a co-religlonlst, Dr.' Mot- ay, as an independent Conservative, ut it is possible that he will get tbe egular party nomination Son- ar may run as an independent In Vinnipeg. cation to H. P. Block, Calgary. Kenny, 13 Macklo SUICIDES TO ESCAPE rWHOtMALC nelly, Wilson eafHry. CREDITOR'S PURSUIT Mrs. Kite Slipper of St. Thomas War- ried over Small Accounts St. Thomas, July to des- peration by the persistence of her cre- ditors, who demanded the payment of some small accounts, Mrs. Kate Slip- per, the wife of Nathaniel Slipper an II. C. employe, committed suicide tills afternoon by swallowing an ounce of carbolic acid. Airs. Slipper purchased the poison an enat end drug store at noon to day and, on her return hoine to 'No 0 Fourth avenue, retired to her roori nd killed herself. Her little owed his mother to her bedroom bu he closed the door and ordered him way. Later the lad found his mother dy- ng and aroused his .had cen sleeping in (he neit room, but I was too late. The services of a physician failed to save her'life Mrs. Slipper was in her 30th vear and leaves a girl of H and a "boy of 12 years old. Coroner. Guest decided that an in- litest was unnecessary. 1; SON SUCCEEDS FATHER Montreal, July is.-Col. Frank's Jlclghcn was today.elected prssldtnt of the Lake of the Woods Mllllne'co an .-uccossor to his late father by unanimous vote of the direclors.-The new president announced that would pursue the anti-merger policy of which hij father has been a firm supporter PLAYER NavyCut Cigarettes TKe Popular English Cigarette ;