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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July-20. 1011. TIT P. ivirnrmuixJE DAILY Page 5 f DELANY, THE BUTCHER You're sure of getting good meats here. Our aim is to provide the best, and price considerately. We always have a complete stock, fresh and tender GEORGE A. DELANY Hill Block Phone 452 Dufferin Street RAYMOND NEWS FINE WEATHER FOR GRAIN FIELDS (Continued from Front Page.) SUGAR BEET FACTORY AT STRATHMORE Calgary, Alia., July Is to believe that the yield, through Hie Western Agencies Do- thin year will fall below this mark. I velopmenl company, and capitalized What'little linrley is grown will lie at S1.500.00n, the sugar licet imnis- Southern Alberta will this year have its first really gooil crop of flas. fifteen'bushels acre is consid- ered a good average yield, and there; DROVE WIFE WITH MULES Inhuman Treatment Vicious Missouri Farmer Kansas llily, Mo., .luly ripe within a few days and will also! try at Straihmore is now assured, C'lioatc bared her arms io yield well. Taking everything at a meeting o! those al thc h'sul bruises In court today, and re- consideration Southern Alberta will I of affairs held in Calgary Wednesday this year tave (lie most prosperous officers were elected and plans made far the construction of the factory, will com- which is to cost in the noighlioriinad year in its history. Winter wheat cuUmg nwnce ut thu I'Jxperiiuc'ntal Farm on Slonrlay, the grain having ripened The "officers elected at thc neecini; to Judge Porterfield how her husband drove her beside his mules lo a harrow and beat her with a elub j when she faltered-and did not keep up with the mules. The Choatc's live on a -lackson county farm. Mrs. i s'llcndid'ly during the last week.1 Oth- show .Hint several oi'the most nromi- Choate said her husband became on- er grains are also ripening .quickl.-i ncnt Calgarians are behind the l.ew rngcll al.d to hitch her at the imMt will not be-very long before.! venture, which starts oil with side of one of the mules. She niost of the plots are in the stock. of sugar beets annually g'-ar- compelled to help draw the liar- The farm is looking exceedingly jantecd by thc farmers of the district rows. Her hands were tied behind Veil this summer and affords a vory pretty drive to the city. Visitors Kwho are enthusiastic'about the P'o-.her. When she stumbled over the I broken ground and fell behind the may drive through the fields at any! According to those behind the rnn- stride of the mules, her husband Lime if they will keep to thc drive- no other sugar beet factory on would strike her.-' She said he drove the continent has started out with a i around the .'icld four times. She was ti In order to direct them, pla- cards have been-jnit- up so that no. mistake can be pco- can in !'Mr' Tic should take advantage of the op- Prospects of thc Rtr.Rll.more mdus- tbe s'lt guarantee of the number of iii-ets the custody oi her two chilr 2 and 1 years old. try arc very encouraging. nortunity thus afforded to visit......., farm before much cutting is done. The i s- of "1C .drive is well worth taking, and thcy.Sntion company, is thc president of iwill IT. able to sec for themselves illlf company and with him are .associated L. P. Strong, nf the Al- iberta Pacitic Grain company, as vice- president and -1- M. Davidson, of the Crown Lumber company, as sec- retary-treasurer. The factory building will be com- pleted this fall, according to '.he plans made at the meeting held here just what is being done in aid oi the agricultural interests of the commun- ity. RECIPE FOR KEEPING COOL Liverpool Man Tells How to Create Currents of Air New York, July Com- missioner Waldo has received from Liverpool, England, a letter written by one Joseph Evans, telling him how- to keep cool. Evans Bays he has tried the plan with great success. Here ore the instructions: For a narrow hod gel. a piece of yesterday. AMBASSADOR DROPPED DEAD AT CARD TABLE Paris, July 2S. Nacum Pasha, Turkish ambassador to France, fnll dead tonight at the Union Dipliniiit- ic club. Nacum had taken a I. a ca-M table, and was in the act of about Uio.Unckness -of a broom up a hand whon he fell back handle, which will reach from the! wards. Tils death was due to ron- head to thc foot about 12 inches ah-jgeatlon of the brain, caused by the ore a person lying in bed. Then gel j intense heat. a newspaper, and'gum, or sew the Eheets together, so (hat they will reach down the sides of the bed and over the wood. Tlien place a sheet or blanket, over the paper. That i Is all that is wanted, about 12 inches clo of the bed, and thc person lying un- der 'it will find a nice cool current. of air passing throufih. For a full sized hed the only difference fa that It requires two pieces of wood or a drawn tight About 18 inches from each side. LEADER OP MUTINY IN'MEXICO SURROUNDED Gimdaulajalmra, Mexico, July The force or government troops under a space General VillaseftOT, which for several >ar from the head daycs has been In pursuit of Uleofas Mola the mutinous Maderista leader, has him and the remains of life bum! surrounded in a barrancs, near Ajajie on the northern shore of Lake Glwpala tonight. A Tight, between the two forc- es occurred In the village today in LIKE THE ADVERTISING Give Liberally When Names Are Read on Sundays Xew York, July number of philanthropists w'ua desire to have their good works known is very great ami some of the smaller churches in the outlying sections of New York city are taking advantage of the fact. They have adopted a plan of tahin; up a special collection, on one Sun- Hay each month and the names of those who contribute ?J or more are announced by the clergyman on the following Sunday. Bach collector is accompanied down the aisle by a secretary with book and pencil to note the names of the donors of or more. The number Increases monthly and the system is very pop- ular. Raymond, July thinning has buoii Inter this year than usual, Uut now almost coiujilelwl. The year has not been a good one for this Industry, nevertheless a good, iland of 'heels is showing on nearly nil of the Knight Sugar Co.'s beet land. A great deal of land drifted In the early of the Liummcr, and many pieces had to be rcsown. This made patches very late, and with the grout scarcity of help has tended lo put things hack considerably. A Her- ald correspondent visited a patch yes- terday, 'being worked by Klmball and Selmen. Mr. Klmball showed the vis- itor about 300 acres of as good boots as luivo been grown. I'u idiots will yield 20 tons to the acre, and Henry hvassa, a Jap foreman, staled that tan average yield of a ton and a half j would not be a high estimate for most I of the ground. The cost of produc- tion is about per acre, and the price paid for beets is a ion. Fig- ured oiit, this shows a nice for the grower, and we don't wonder that, everyone within reach of thc fac- tory is growing as many as he has lielii to handle. Mr. KAnUniH nicked one root, thc top of which when meas- ured showed a spread of over four feet. This beet was sown about April 18. The company's beet land runs for two miles north ami south, and with but one fence intercepting the horse cultivators are driven the whole length. Hoeing weeds is now the or- der of the day, and Indians, Japs, white men and children are all busy. Farmers In this southern country are almost unanimous in protesting against the boosting crop reports that arc being continually sent out. Since early spring thc large city daily press has every few days under sensation- al headlines announced the enormous crop assured, and dwelt- upon the glowing prospects. This state of af- fairs has gone to the extreme, and is very much overdone. One outcome of this continual crop boosting is a tendency to keep the prices lower. An excessive supply always tends io lower prices, and these crop story exaggerations are always of the opin- ion that'there are to he remarkable yields, and an 'enormous quantity of wheat for export. Western Canada, and particularly that portion south of Lethbridge, does ,not need this arti't'cial boosting, and its tendency is all lower prices, he- cause the market manipulators well I know the advantages of being a-ble to declare a very large wheat supply. If is of much assistance in depressing the market, especially 'for two or three months in thc fall, when a large [number of farmers have to sol! tlieir wheat. The special correspondent of the Herald in the south country ,iri look- ing over thc crop situation has al- ways set down very conservative es- timates, and if ihe yields this year do not exceed the Herald figures of the past two months we will be great- ly surprised. Machine men are busy this week, setting up binders for the Raymond crop. About fifty will, be sold through Iocs) dealers. The Raymond Mercan- tile Co. is handling'the Weiss Bros, thc Deering, and O'Brien and NaUler the Massey-H arris. The above number does not anything like complete the number of binders brought into the district. A good mini her have come In this year as settlers' effects, and with car lots of goods from thc other side. Raymond Is malt ing attempt to measure np to tlie number of machines credited to towns in the eastern part of this southern country. "We have no home- stead district lo supply. Our output of hoes will perhaps outnumber that of any town of or size in North Am- erica, and wo nrc content to .be known as a sugar 'beet producing district. The services at the Presbyterian whlh several of Mota's men killed. CARBON BUCK ELASTIC THE ZAMONA RECITAL Under liberal patronage Mr. O. !5a- mona gave an enjoya-ble' recital to a 'biy audience in the auditorium of the V. M. C. A. The program was mark- ed by unusual variety and interest. Opening with a Concerto by .Mendels- sohn, thc gifted performer gave prom- ise at the outset of the high stand- ard he subsequently attained. There was all the lightness of touch and command of graceful effect that give the music ifs special charm. The program was divided into two parts, the final section containing a selec- tion from Dvorak which was notable for vivacity and the high clear tones which he said to be one of the characteristics of .Mr, Zawana's play- Ing, lie wns heart) in the delightful "Cradle Song." of Hauser, and on attractive Canzonctta by Plerne, In Beethoven's the violinist' was at bis best. His rendering of Chopin's Choral octwno was as con- vincing as it masterly in KB technical certainty. Wagner's 'To (he Evening concluded a pro- gramme which was a musical feast lo a music-loving public, and the vlo- Ilntal has. no doubt, csta.blfshod him- In their favor as a skilful and sympathetic exponent. Mrs. O. Iv. Fleming very ably and cffcoUvely accompanied throughout. Church are, for the remainder 'of the summer, to lake rather a. novel form. At the beginning of the service a fani- llfar hymn will be analysed, the life of tlie author, i: ire tun Ht uncos of writ- lug, use of the hymn, etc., will bo told. The New Testament Scripture tcsBoti i will be from the Hible lu modern speech; there will be a live-minute 1 address (o children; a twi-mimtta i homily, and a special item in the form ;of a Rolu, duct or (junrtette. Tomor- j row Mr. Vaughan, winner of the first prize for baritone solo at the Edmonton Musical Festival of j will sing "Oro Pro and I Mr. Tail's subject will bo "The Mes- sage of thc Mountains." The service will bo at It o'clock and everyone is invited. TIiu Hcnild man was walking soft- ly and the base-ball fans on the Hub corner didn't hear him corning. Fius- jldenl O'Brien was heard to remark: question about it, we're going to lueut Let abridge on Saturday night." [TO which .Manager Amos added: "It's j a dead certainty." He may have said j something else, .but the reporter turn- ed tlie corner and was away from hear (ing. The game Is tonight at G.UO at the park diamond, and with a spark of baseball pride ought to he there. Rumors of an election in the near future have caused Raymond Liber- als to look lo their organization. It win 'be remembered1 that no appoint- ment has been made to fill the presi- dent's chair, made vacant by thc re- moval of Dr. Rivers. For the pnr- j pose of reorganizing the association, ja meeting is called for Saturday night (at (UQ, in the Oddfellows' Hall. Ev- ery Liberal In Raymond and all those astride the fence ought to bo present and 'be there on time. Don't keep a j dozen men hanging around half an hour waiting for you. J the Shetland pony won by Httle Alice Sparks in the Leth- hridge Herald's subscription compe- tition, has returned from CardEton, where he hasi'been under the care of j Alice's uncle. "Bouncer" has con- j traded a habit of travelling in the j wrong direction when hitched to the jpony buggy, and it was to break this habit that he was sent away. Wo un- derstand he is gentler than when he left. Drs. Keillor and A, F, were In Stirling yesterday performing an operation on little Bertha Larson. The little girl had an exceptionally large pair of tonsils and her atlnoids removed. R, A. Gillies left this morning for Havre, Mont., he will spend the week end with 'Mrs. Gillies. Thu Security car went to Stirling last night, and brought Mr.. JlcCarty home. Miss Love, of the Government tele- [phono office, had an epithelonm re- j moved irom her face. Dr. Keillor per formed the operation. Miss Davis, late of the public school staff, is this week tne guest of Dr. and 'Mrs. Keillor. Dr. Amos has his tennis court fin- ished. A high woven wire fence sur- rounds it and a fairly level plot is marked out. Teams are working on the track at jibe agricultural grounds. The society is determined that the track shall he in good condition for (he fall'fair. H may be of interest to those who i burn oil to know that the electric i lights were out of commission last night., it made considerable differ- j encc on the streets, as well as In the homes. OF CANADA CtlHll, lot tft VttMitt Use Oar Bank Money Orden the next time you send __________________________a small sum to any point in Canada, or to any large city in the United Stales. They cost as U and nnder 3c. 110 to 139 lOe. IS lo ID CO lie. With this low cost they combine convenience with absolute safety. For larger sums use our Drafts. Mtln Office cor. Round A Redpath H. TINNINO, Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager, Grasiy W. Luckhsrdt, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR.EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERHL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to carry money when They are neg-otiabla everywhere, self-identifying, and tlie exact amount payable in thc prin- cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. cheques are issued in denominations of 550, and and may be obtained on application at the Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques Thc Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to about to which will be sent free to anyone'applying for jt. Lethbrldge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. POOR AND ILL KILLED BABY Chicago, III., -Iiilj- by IH.T husband, loft her penniless nad ill, Mrs. Mary Stasick tooK the life of her three weeks' baby today, because, she soldi she could not sup- port it, and it was crying for food. She strangled the infant to death with the strings of its bonnet as it lay in a cradle. "Alter kitting n-y baby." Um tnoihcr confessed, "I in- tended tailing my own life, but I changed riiy mind." Mrs. Stasick left her dead baby on a door step and later was arrested. BOOZE CRAZY DRANK FROM URN CONTAINING ASHES OF YELLOW FEVER VICTIM New York, N. Y.. .inly were five or six o( us and we were awfully thirsty; we wanted a gin rick- ey. did not have anything to mako It in so two of ns men went into tha labaratovy and got the which con- tained Col. Waring's ashes. He had died of yellow fever on his way up from Cuba. 1 threw the ashes out, made the rickey and we all ha.i a drink." Arthur Denyso, who worked it the Quarantine until three days ago start- led Governor Dix's commission which is specially investigating the affair at the Now York quarantine station by relating this wie-rd story on the stand today. ACTRESS WILL FIGHT CASE :OWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Great for Breakfast" A started on Cowan'i is a day with a clear head and a steady a day full of tnap and life. Cocoa nourishes the body. It Is rich in food value and easy to digest Los Angeles, July was here announced today that Edna Goodrich s prepared to fight the action brought her hv Nat Goodwin, her di- jvorccd husband for the considerations InitiiiUoncd in the celebrated prenuptinl j agreement, including stocks tind bondti and other secur'.ties valued at and two pieces of property reported to be worth about The con- tents of the trust agreement, which have not been made public, are em- bodied in the present action of uood- win. The actor seeks to recover the pro- perty and bonds on the claim iliat tlie agreement was not valid, as at the time it was made ha was the husband of Maxine Elliott ami uonsenuenlly in no position to nvake a trust agreement, in which one of the considerations was the promise of marriage to Edn.i Oood- ricli. Mr. Goodwin alleges that H. D. Dud- ley, the trustee mentioned -'is :i co- defendant with Miss Goodrien, has sold anil otherwise disposed of most of the shores of stocks and bomis and other securities and with the pro- coeds purchased properly near LOK Angeles. JA CRAZY CHINAMAN AT CRANBROOK frr.nbrook, B. C., July China- man ii.itiHitl Lung Sea, wna found j wandering in thc woods .between (cliffe .inj Marysvillc yesterday. He I had grown Ins.ine and was naked arrested. He was brought bare by Provincial Constable Hnniesfon. Today he suffered a hallucination that ho God. CAN YOU USE A HAMMER? If you can, you are able to erect this house from the ready-built fur- nish. You won't need even a saw. When your work Is done there will not he a sin- gle shaving on the ground, so perfectly adjusted are the jiiirts we send you. All skilled labor Is done for yon in advance. YOU SAVE 66 2-3 P. C. through our system of getting between you and some profit-taking middlemen, YOUR HOME will be by reason of the finely finished material we will snip you. It will be substantial because all the lumber will have passed our rigid inspection. It will he COMPLETE because we provide fine hardware, glass, and even the nails and pnint. YOU CAN DO ALL THE WORK LIKE AN EXPERT Wo build Houses, Cottages, Barns, Bungalows, Churches, Carriages, Store-Fronts, Schools, Etc. "NOT 'PORTABLE' BUT UP TO STAY" Write for our worth-while booklet "15, free. WESTERN CONSTRUCTION CO. REGINA, 3ASK. Pincher Creek Farm Lands THE J. 0. RANCH, S. W. COWLEY 2300 acrei of finest wheat and hay tundi of Pfnchtr Cretk Dittrlet. 1200 acrei in wheat and crop acret more ready for fell lowing; balance tplendld pasture and hay land. modern house, costing All In perfect 20 head of horses, head' cattle, poultry, etc. New Case engine, plows miscellaneous machinery, etc. Convenient shipping points at Cowley, Lundbreck and Burmls- Lowest freight rates to Pan towns. This fine property will be aold at an acre on terms to suit purchaser. No better or more beautifully improved farm In the West and nc better value anywhere. 2223 acres of unimproved land. There Is between 500 and 300 tons of meadow hay pnl up on this property annually. Hcst good wheat land. 5 miles from town. Price per acre- Other blocks of raw and Improved land from 160 acres up. turthtr Information apply to Hogan Dansey CREEK, ALBERTA. ;