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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1912 DAILY HERALD Here's your soup stock ready-made. Here's the corner- stone of good foundation of a good weal Soups. They are not only real soups! SOUP cuts to making .'nour- ishing Stews, Ilashes, Meat Pies, Sauce-i and Gravies Soups come ready for the pot. Just add water apd boil. EDWARDS 1' are prepared from the choicest fresli net! and vegetables, in They arehandy, convenient- ccono-nical and good. i Sc. a package Still more jnexpenave in the ijc.' and sjc. tins. lu. ll llrr. ll'l- 'JOOI W H CO, WINNIPEG Representative for Manitoba, Sask- jichiwan and Altjcna DROWNED IN THE ELBOW July P. Long, S4 yefti4 olilt of a prosperous THDOber, iv as in the Kibon jesterdaj opening and Henri AlcClintock escaped the Eanie'fate 4 MRS LEONARD DEAD St Cathirlne s, July, 2T TjJIrs' Eliz .mother 'of Major R. AV. Leohnrd, .'Ttaris-ccntincntal Rail Commissioner died in Brantford this niprning, 87 .years The police are hoi on the tiail o' McOregor, for torn rj }ielt- hut so (ar been unable to catcl) up him Iliej hope 10 land him some time however i BROWN BETTY TEA, ROOMS OPEN DAILY, Men't Lunch AfttrjiqQn Tea Ice Cream At the Sign qf Ihe 'J eipot Irt Ave ind Fifth Street SHORTAGE IN BINDER TWINE LIMITED SUPPLY, IN LETHBRIDGE TELLS. ,tHE' REA- SON WHY There is no joke iiboiit the prospec- tive- shortage of ''binder twine this year. There isn't seventy, thousand pounds in Lcthbridge jll told, al- though one'linn has1'a the way What The-twine men saj (he- farmers caused it flerc is the ai. told the Herald bj tht I udliope man Some weeks ago it looked a little too much like dry weather and the faniicrs got cold ffibt arid cancelled h'y Ilia car lot. I or example, the Uoaldalc 1'armcrs' Union ordered1 a carloa'd. from Eat- on's anil then cancelled. I he' Ap- paienth other unions .Hd the same dung, as Daion's cancelled orders toi tftentj carloadb The farmers can- celled orrteis through the implement agon's and the incuts cancelled at the factories. -The working day and bight shifts -went on half lime. By and by it began to rain. Thnu it rained sonic more, and the- or-ips begin to fcion like wild fire H thru looked like a hittqper crop But tiic damage had been done, .and. the sup- ply of binder twine greatly limited, The same -thing happened in the Stale's anil 'Nebraska and 'Kansas simply couldn't get chough twine. Several of the biggest farmers unions in the Lcthbridge district have yet in order twine and the dealers are coin- mcucing to wonder where they ate going to get oft at. Tudhope's here have in stock and expect a rush on it. Asked if they .were going to boost prices the answer v-as gnen Uiat not at present, but when "the demand be- came'great they were certainly tfoing to give it an upward shove.' Standard twine, is selling at.ten and a half at present, but it reach Ifi cents, before the.crop is harvested. From all the Hernl'd could it would he a, good 'thing, for.the fann- ers to get, busy orders nfc present prices.'. NEVER ANY FAILURE DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN MAGIC BAKING POWDER IS USED. CONTAINS NO ALUM. COSTS NO MORE' 'THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS. MADE IN CANADA GRAIN BOARD IS COMING HERE DATA WILL BE SUBMITTED FAV- ORING ESTABLISHING.GRAIN Some time during the month'df Aug- ust, the recently -appointed1 grain com- mission will sit. In That.was 'the WQrd received in (he city today by the of from A. F. Campbell, secretary, of com- mission, In writing the'Board the secretary stated that the commission was un- able to set the date of their sitting here but It would during August, and then they the grain trade In Southern Alberta with the Board BfTritae randfhe far- mers' organizations; The coming of copimtssionets to this section of tbe.WflitMB one of the most important of the year Lethbridge should one of the, grain inspection paints being estab- lished throughout the prairie .prov That much has been Impress- od on -the commission by the Board of Trade, and several boards in the towns In this district have already written the commission supporting that contention, So when the Board meets here, th-a oppcvt unity to impress upon them the necessity of creating L-sthbridge -a grain inspection point will riot be lost. Other boards oMradc in the district, which are Interested'in the establish- ment of an inspection office here will likely meet the commission in support of claims, and.the farm- ers' organizations will also meet'them en the aarrie mait-ar. Millions of bushels of grain pass through LcthbHdge annually; This grain must go to Winnipeg to be In- spected, and the absence of a inspection point in Southern Alberta, so .that the grain may be inspected at home, is the of a great deal of loss to the shippers, and the farmers. MILADI BY "INO" PHONM: Off IM, 1214 1111 Mrs. Collins, of Calgary, and Miss al Kami Mayor' llatcli. The ladies are lieic to vrcw .tiw ready-made farms of U.P..K.. near Chin. Miss Mining has; ai work In England, Irom where she. has'Jusi returned, amongst the farmers interesting them) In the Western Cihadlan (arm lands Florence Otto, Shtriirooke, Due., arc the guests of Mrs. .1. H. Walk- er, 60S Oth Ave., S. Members .of the I.awn Tennis Club and their friends, spent s. most en- joyable time at the dance in Die S. 0. B. hill last- night. These dances have became very popular were over sixty couples present Summer frocks were worn by the lad- and flannels and shirt-waists, were dc rigueur or the msn on the occasion. The hostesses were dames Williamson and Mulheri number ol outoftonn quests l'lc were-present, amongst whom were, Miss1 Crahan, Seattle Miss Penning- Both she and Miss I.ove .are very, much enthused .with and interested "in the west. Laden with beautiful boqucts pre- sented bv Mrs. N. Ritchie, Mrs. r F P Lonj heart, Mrs Fieeman, Gordon, Miss Gray and .Miss tlie Flowe'r Guila paid a usit to lon; Winnipeg Miss Lombard, Min- neapolis Miss Ij-wis, Winnipeg Miss McCall, Missouln. Airs A Lachlan, will be at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLach- lan, July 28th, on- her re- turn from the east to. her home in Calgary (VIrs. William Mason, Courtland St., was the charming hostess last nlflht at a social .function in- which a num- hospital I he Vll Welcome Adult Bible Class of Knox. church, meeting In the church auditorium at 10 o'clock tomorrow requests a full at- tendance of" the members as some 1 Cummmg, nee Irene Me- matters of importance arc pending the vale ol the class oi iolk were her The home of Mrs. K. N. Uiginbolh- am was the scene of a. pleasant lit- tle ceremony jcsterdav The members of the Women's Auxiliarv -of St. Au- gustin's church; met informally to present Mrs. E. N. Sherlock with the little gold pin, symbolic of life mem- bership in th" .The. present a- jolly young guests The Mas passed and was crooned choice and ln Ie" "leasant norlis (he numbers were thanked bj the rc- .tipicnt Tea served on the I grounds, the tea table being presided re'freshmen ts. Miss 'Ethel''Gumming, of wh'o- had been the guest of her bro- ker, F J Cumming, 6th yesterday afternoon to visit friends at Claresholm She also go to Barons before returning home. Mr Cutnmmi; of Barony was in the citv .vesterday The hostesses, at the Country club this afternoon will he Mrs Hugh Don nan and Miss Vrpoman. Mrs Ben tie i, assisted bj Miss Bowden, Miss Freeman, and the ENLARGE LACOMBE FARM BUILDINGS GOVERNMENT LET FOR TWO'BUILDINGS (N-WES- TERN CANADA Ottawa, July contract h_p been" the government forv'iddl- tional at the Indian Indut trial at Elkhorn The connacr Is lor OOD and the loin ost tenderers ,11 e Snj dcr Brothers Hie contract has also been let for irgc additions fo the experimental arm at Lacombe The nark will be rushed so as to be ready-for the winter. Little Miss' Edna Allen accompan- ied Mrs Chas to Orassj Lake this afternoon. Miss 'be leaving at the Beginning of next nee-k for couyer, where be the guest of Miss Marjonc Gilmour for ft month, Jliss.Iva tSchwcitzcr is expected home this afternoon-after spending a holiday at Victoria' Miai Edith McLachlan spending her vacation at the home of- her par- ents; Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLachlan on Ninth St ss love, of the Public.lj Depart meht of the ,Louise Mining, of the conipam 's Land partmcnt, were in Lethbridge yesterday. They were shown over j Henderson Park and the Experiment-1 Miss Jessie' MacDonald, Eighteuntk avenue.west, entertained a number of friends iniormalh to mtet her guest, Miss O'Hagari, of' ing Alberta: (JV.iss Douner and Miss Simpson leading on on a usit to Winnipeg. R C Beattic KIUT big send-on, on "leaving CranraifroK for.'Jnl- garj He %as >crj popular m r. a brook. The of J. E Hughson will .be triad to know that Ihm arc to hau an o( hearing, him preach anniversary sc'r- mons at Wpslm.inslfr church day next; will also an address on "Canada in he liOth Century" on' Monday evening. At the o( the bride's pArer s, Mr. and Warner, at California, on Wednesday ev- ening, Jul> 24, 1912 Miss Iheadora M. Mr. Joseph R..sThomp- son, of.-Cranbrook, B. C., Rev. A Hintei pastor of the First Pres- hvterian church, Chicago, officiating Will: be "at at Cranbrook, 13 C., after Septeniber 1st, Ol m I Riding Skirts! Made Deep 'Pleat and Buttoned Down Front for -Walking. Heavy Navy Serge Waterproof All Wool Navy Serges Heavy Khaki Drill Hudson's Bay Co. Figkting Cov'nor (Continued Irora !ront Street Cars (Continued from front pact) You Are Girls Cut out this Coupon, take, it to Rochon's, it is worth 5c wher} buying, Ice Cream. This Coupon is Worth 5c. whiin presented at Rochon's Ice Cream Parlor inauguration of the ayatem i mean that the to the fair fcroimds during the week of August 19, will have an caay-means of trans- portation Arrangements had been made with the C P R to carry the MSitors to the fair trains running to th" giounds from the depot half hour, but the conipnm would much prefei to aee the street railway in operation for this purpose, and it may that their arrangement will now be cancelled Grie of the Reid was so anxious' to have the system in opera- tion immediately on, the .completion oY, construction work Is that there are experienced motormen and, conductors in working on the 'construction of the. system who.-will DC available to start the operation of system, and. the department will be able therefore to'operate with the results from the very first.. Tho iickto and badies for the motormen and conductors nill airhc in a nnd nothing now can mar the opening of the system in time to a record which will and .which will result in a Wg advertisement for the clly of Lethhriilgs. is more 01 a garden than a park, he thinVs the name should he changed to Gait would" be more distinctive, and at the same time would-retain the name of the donor, Mr Gult William Howard, a colored Rentle- man a'strong aversion to_ any- Lhing.'like -mBnual labor, whose police oiirt rrcord somewhat ippcarcd in1 police court on a vag hargp for the second tm.p this week lime-he'was found guilty and will do tm'O months' hard labor at he barracks CITY AND DISTRICT ,Ias. Steel, of the order of got, ten days' hard labor this morn- ing at police court. Walter Cutrie, mother of the ilk, got six hours lo leave town. T. Long kit this morning for A few days' holidays at (Jalgary anil HniilT. (fall I'ark or the (lull Sijiiare is lieniuiing Jillcll a Centrr ol attract ion dial SuriTtary of llu; Hoard of 'I'radr, suggests a cliiin.m; o( in orrtrr thai it -may- be more fittingly Contending thai presentatiie state delegation and -ex- hibit H? plans to attend if his off! ilal duties will'permit, Gov. James H. Hawley, 'ofMdaho, will attend, and will head the State delegation in its efforts to boost Boise f6r the next Congress. Gov. Lee Cruce. of Oklahoma, will head the that. will..come by special train to endeav or to capture'the 1913 Congress for Oklahoma City. Edwin L. Morris, of Montana, II without doubt, ne in attendance he being one of Ehe vice of the Congress and one of its most ardent GOT! SI. E. Hay, of Wnshington, will probabh accompany the Spokane s ill train that will bring one of the largest district exhibits, or collect ed to show the products of the In land Emniie, and Oswald West of Oregon, who i greath interec 3d in agricultural development, raaj acccm pan> the special (rain that will bring delegates froii California and wefatt n Oregon, which Tillman Reiner thi Portland n-amber cf the Board of is arianging and which will bring a large exhibit from the northern counties of California, "gath ered undt tile auspices of the Sac ramento Deielopment i Ferguson Is (Continued Jrsst ed is searched, a number of bis tar gets filled with bullet holes will be found A moment after making this sta ement, however he tried to con tradict himself by saying that he was unable to hit even a big piece of tin with the revolver. His statenentB account for the small space wnlch one could cover with his hand, where: the pene trated. Herbert's body Up till ten o clock on fhursdaj ev enlng the murderer aeemed to be the coolest man about police headquarters answering all (juestions put to him with a ha.d, bit tei smile and making light of his predicament But when he returned to his cell in the cell block, the man's brav ado left him I am sorry I shot ha reiterat ed The wounds it may be mentton ed were not in the front of the bodv, as thev uould have been if Herbert had bean walking toward him The Hille-ti took in the official's side lear the back. Friends from Ottawa are expected to arrive In the city tp: arrange- ments for removal of Herberts bodj to his home city frr bjirlal MISSION OF THE NEWSPAPERS T-.. -i- j LETHBRIDGE EDITOR TELLS'THKj CANADIAN CLUB A1OUT THE OF THE PRESS) i Nelson, Julj 36 V" Buchamn, M P proprietor, of the LethbrWw' _ Ilcralri.'one of the newspaper men at- tending the VUnerta and Casterm Brit- istuUoIumbia Press contention twUyJ was fhn gurst of the at luncheon and delimcd on the mission of the luncheon is as the most held the Nelson Canadian chibjj and there was insufficient room to' seat to.attend, Air Buchanan declared that IbJRh ideals and gcnmnCj-public sen the surest roads, to financial Public men should, neloome as an aid public uodt was proud of the pouer. of J.He and instanced the Press in jcgard tollhe loa'fi, ircight and the "Hfr- ald's campaign for railways as of the pow er of the of the manner in indrptndence and Villmgness in 'the. ol the public! Dellclout Your bread baking will alwayj turn out If jou White Swan least Cakee Can be had In, packages of 6 cakes at 5c from your grocer Why not send for ple' White Swan Spices t Ctreih, Limited, Toronto, Ontario IN CASH PKIZES FOB BEST BREAD AT UETHBBIDS1 FAIB MADE FROM OUR FLOUR See ,prlie Mat er write for full information; ENTRIES, FREE The Ellison Milling Co. NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS and HEALTHFUL QUAKER BREAD "COSTS A TRIFLE MORE BUT WORTH IT." 378 1027 ;