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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TIM; DAILY UKMALD Monday, .linn Your Enjoyment of a Visit to This Store Is made greater by the unfailing' courtesy you receive. It is one of the rocks on which our business is built. A full slock of the hil- est magazines .a well chosen selection of .latest magfizines. a veil chosen soloclion of books and the latest designs in stationery are carried here. COME IN AND INSPECT OUR STOCK The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 3rd Avenue 5. STATES CONSULS WESTERN NEED The Daily Consular .and Trado Ik1 poris. issued by I'niUMl Status Ddparr Hie-ill ol1 Commerce :iiid Labor, In the issue of J7, bad the about ihe failure of weslmi .farmers to produce the home food supply: Mixed Farming Needed in Western Canada Western t'unada invseiits tlir po iMiliar anomaly of ;i wonderfully pro. dm'live iigririilturul cuniury import- ing most of IIH food products. Al- though the prni-rio prA'inci's hnvo u most soil, capable of pro- ducing nearly all Hinds of fnrm pro- duce. haiv not liLM-n ublo, for the pus; ten 10 supply (lie demands of iheir population, ns Ihc single pur- pose of the western Canailian tanner soems to lo prndiu-o as inui-li wheat as possible. Snviuious efforts nnult' during lo awaken the to the value or mixed fanning, wild those have not proved successful. No statistics arc available showing Llie enormous" importation ol food- stuffs from Uie United Stales and eastern Canadian polius, bui most' at the ponliry and eggs used in Wesiern Canada conic frain the eastern prov- incus and ihe United Slates, and tlie larger ciiies of Canada year- ly race a dearth of dairy products. During 1911. milk shortage in this region became so ncm-e ih'.lt ihc bor- der Suites of the United Siatea were called on lo supply the deficiency. It estimaied that ihe Imports of milk SWITCH BOARD IS NEARLY READY THIS WEEK WILL COMPLETE THE NEW 500-LINE MANY ARE WAITING I'ooiMe wli0 hnve bi-on clamoring for telephones (Luring (hi! pa Hi cou- flirt thiit the Winnipeg packing houses 1m vc novor received enough nnlnialH to employ their full ciipncily. The Pi-U-L- for .he year, while Mow that 01 1910. wllH within Ihc 57.71 per pounds. The hiKh- csi price. 'wiis paid in September and the lowest, In '.May. Tho receipts oF sheop incrt-ased '.'rom in ll'lfl to I In Iflll, but there was no Increase from West- ern Canada, as Hie additional uhei'p were brought from St. Pnnl and Min- neapolis. 'The price averaged J-l.SO for the st-HBon. The shiinncnt of horses: into Winni- pen for western points amounted to head, n decrease of [rom >HIO, iho record year. Weatern nc.Nl two wuckfi. Nvxi Monday, the addition ro the switching equipment in cunlrnl will 'bo and nil the troubles will bo over, for the time, at least. There him been u great rush lur now telephone con- nections during the past inoiiLh, and subscribers, who have bcnn forced to wait for -their Instruments have been advertising thiic they will pay pro- sent subscribers to give up tbc'r num- bers. The work of cuUing-In Hie new at dition to [lie switches bus resulted I some time, the Industry has become extensive only within the past years. AS H requires four years to produce saleable horses "for fiimi or Canada been breeding horses for! considerable line trouble during 111 past tun days, and complaints of th service have been numerous. over, with the new addition in worl inc order this trouble ov-ei JJILHIUI'.V S.Lieiiuit; nuiac-a nu mi in ui 1J1i> univi, 11 ynwiv, wt, w raihviiy work, Hie first shipment come, mid the service should he ma markelHbla western horses was really I lorially imiiroreil. n ihc sprlne of 1911. It Is impossible There Is another cause of the fn 10 furnish accurate ligurcs us lo the nuent trouble In Ibe telephone sys importation ot horses, but thousands tern of laic, however, and lint is th arc brought from the United States sho'ri-clrcuIliiiB ol open wires by th each ycnr to work ou Canadian farms, men employed in pulling in the trollcj I wire for the street railway system. Production of Flour I Thfi streel rrljhvay employees snj 11 is impossible lo obtain complete ihat it was impossible lo avoid llil returns as to tile, amount of Hour however, anil It is bolliK clear iiliuiufuCLirred from western wheat '_ eil up rapidly, so that further com null shinned abroad, but bar- plaints wii! be lessened. rels of Hour were exported directly u, rhey were not raised in suf- j licient quunr.itics lo meet the demand. mounts, of (lie balance were [ineil to the United Kingdom anil ARE TO EXPLOIT MINERAL RESOURCES .New York, a RAILWAY CLERKS IN CONVENTION TWO HUNDRED DELEGATES REP- RESENT MEET- ING "WILL WEEK Boston. Muss., June an at- tendance of nearly two hundred dele- gates from all parts of the United States, Mexico aud Canada, ihe ihird biennial congress of Ihe Brotherhood cf. Railway Clerks, opened here to- day. A membership of railway lion will remain in session for a week Tonight a hnnqiiet will he tenderei the delegates. ;md oibers, and there .will be addresses by Governor V aiayor Fitzgerald and others. Tues day night the delegates will have a mass meeting, with Lieut-Governor Jaicas ihe principal speaker. Elec tlon of officers takes place on Friday FRENCH ALLIANCE NOT FAVORED "p. .-1; "uo; ing that Western Canada Is uoi pro-i teen lill'sely oirsei liy uiicin; enough vegetables, dairy pro-; domestic consumption. Over i, etc., to supply iis immediate bliri'els of Hour were ed by Interior mills for local wmsump- needs. It is dependent upon outsiders The United SiaLea has eqinil vepre sentiiiioii, ami iis Hat iucludps Percv T. llockefeller nnrt oilier prominent A fund of is provided to NO HOG CHOLERA ATCOALDALE .Without any intention of doing so the Herald on Saturday giivc the iin preaslon that there is cholera trouble among the hogs in the Coaldale dfi trlct. is not. correct, and W. F aterens, livestock coinmisfiioner, who hiia investigated, is sponsor for tills at-ateuient. Stevons says thiiL the trouble Jn the herds IB caused by indigestion, IwciUEe the- farmers have been feed, inp too much.grain. However, he has explained the whole matter to them And thinks tbe trouble rcnie died within a short time. Regarding the .feeding, of'slops to hogs. Mr. Stevens says 'tliat cholera not result from this style of feed- ing unless hotel slops These should boiled before feeding to Siiard against cholera. It IB well to note in this connection, too, thtit Dominion government reserves the right to refusa the indemnity paid for aiogs, which been slaughtered for cholera if the herd baa been- fed'on uncooked Hotel slops.. pour Utife.M il will ruin a hairing, u >vrely ur. In the the WOULD INTERFERE WITH GER- MAN CORDIALE THE LIMIT London, June efforts are being made in certain to bring about au Anglo-French alliiiuce, but tbe proposal is uoi taken ai a seriously in official circles. Sucli n alliance would, of course, destroy at once any chance ot ninintiiining good relations between England and Ger- many, and for iliis reason it is not desired by the British Foreign office. Liberals, who are anxious to culti- vate closer relations with Germany, cannot find woitls strong enough to condemn ihe suggestion which really emanates from the Uiiionisi, pariy. Ever since [he Morocco crisis, there hns been n decided split between th-tj two greiu political parlies on Hit; (luestion of foreign relations. Liberals now .want this country to lie on ly good lernis with France, and Ger- many, whereas the Unionist aim Is mi anti-German alliance. This Is signifi- cant in view the possibility' Hint the next General Election "will bring ihe Unionists back to power. The Liberal nross, in its anxiety to weaken the understanding with France, is pointing out that ar> alli- ance between [he countries must in- volve conscription for Great llriialn, but there is no doubt that such a contingency would ho welcomed by a great many people here, who maintain that Lord Haldnne's lerritorial scheme has been tried and found wanting. I Saskatchewan and Alberta pro-. Iduced L 1.141.207 pounds of bnticr.! Winnipeg while ihe western valued in and U60.725 Ibs.j continues to assure the public thai 'I" ,_____ it does not pay him -to feed bran to his cows, even when the retail price of butter is -10 ceuts H pound. pared with lO.OfiiiJItD pamids of butter and pounds of ch-eese in i The iiuantiiy and eaiimaied value j Practjcally no barley was exported of ibe crops of iiotaioes, hay, etc.. In ibis consular district in 191U, _ _ j [he provinces of Manitoba, Saskaiche-j hut the high prices prevailing iu the moterSj as announced, are to have I wan and Albcnn for 1910 and inn i United Stales'1 during the lattoi; part a market for what will puss inspec- tion company, limited, is the title of this newest form of enterprise. It has a -aominal capital of five mil- lion, hall! [taid up. Tbe arrangement, it is snld. insures thni money will be made available Foi anything wurth having. Primarily Ontario, The prospector and deserving pro- sliou.Q in followillg tiMc: of permitted tbe Canadian shin Ions.. tons.. 0. T. 0-Tbtt Committed O. T. O-Tott was committed for '.rial by, Inapeclnv Howard at tbe Police Barracks, on Saturday afternoon, on the' charge of receiving stolen pro- porty. Several head of horses are alleg ed to have been- stolen on or about April 14 last, by Bert Norton and. Al- bert of Carmangay, from u farmer, named IjcUmun. Uolh Ilor- ton nnd. Graham were committed for trlalJasL week, when over a score of 'witnesses" gave evidence In the mat- ter. The CBBC against the three ac- cused men will "'come, up for trial nt die ne.U competent "court of criminal Jrisdlctlon. Crops Potatoes Turnips, oil1......... Hay and clover xSujjiir xAIberia only. Live Stock Shipments Western Caimda has been able to meet in a small the de- mands of Us people for beef, the clis- j appearance of ihe great cattle ranges I will soon 'force ine importation of beef. A large amount of mutton ands pork products are imported each year from tbe L'nited Stales and England and from ihc eastern provinces and Prince Edward Island. Alberta, did belter during 1011 in iis shipments of stock shippers and railway repre- sentatives at AVinnipcs in December tho Alberta delegates showed that nt least uO.OOO head of cattle were ship- ped to British Columbia during the year. -The loss of ihe export trade was largely offset by the rapid de- velopment of the home market, and Albena found more profit in ship- ping entile lo Iho Pacific coast than to the A Man tic ports. The steady decline in the number oC hogs rccelve-d in Winnipeg from in 100R lo 85.157 In 1011 is most uiisnlisl'actory, In view ol (jiianmy iiuo ion bushels.. 7. bushels. inio -J5.000 tion by trained experts. Although the company will have an Orrturio char- ter and the primary object win ne the invoEtlgailon und the exploita- tion of Canadian' mineral resources, other propositions us they arise will ii he outcrralned. The board of directors contains these influential names: E. B. Ed JJ5.000 A WOMAN WIJH AN OSTRICH STOMACH Sacramento, Cal., June olTlc- ,'al report- was filed with the state bonrd of control today ot an operation performed upon Ml SB Lelltla Miller, of San Rifacl, for tbe removal of 11-18 articles, mostly 'motal, from her Bio- much. The woman, who Is a patient nt the 'Xapa itate hospital, Is sail to ha on the to recovery. These articles 'were taken from her stomach: ISO wire balr pine, 5 open itfety plni, 21 broken pins, 5 prune pile, 2S 'butione, 3.collar bntions. 13 mill, 3 ict-ew eyes, -10 lacks, 1 staple in inch long. 5 parts of Icftapoonn, .25 broken plMitB of halrpliiB, .J piece of 1 piece of thread, 104 un- denllHed odde nnd ends mostly mol- al, 9 of combs, and small ihe value of Nearly K.C., and J. P. other grains and their manufactures j United E. Cory, E. showed material decreases during C. Converse, P. A. llockefeller, A. II. 1911 The scarcity of beef cattle in j Wiggiii, T. L. Chadbournc, Jno. -I. Canada the j H. DoHnar, M A C_ C part of caused a decrease tbe exports of hides during ihat period, which wag overcome by a great in- ____.......___________ crease during the fall, giving n net il at a meeting of the live-i Increase over the preceding year of Notwithstanding' the great quantity of flsh exported in the exports of fish in Iflll showed an in- crease of f Material IncreHaos also noted in pnlu wood and but- ter. The butter shipped from this district is, aa a rule, of inferior qual- ity, and is shipped to the United States lo Us worked over and then exported. The exports furs de- clined in owing to '-he large amount ot Cura exported during the previous yenr nnd also lo the dis- turbed condition or the European fur DANIEL BURNHAM DIED IN GERMANY Heidelberg, Germany, June :j. The body of Dnniel II. Burniinm, architect of the World's Fair In Chicago, WOE cremated yeslei'day Ht Heidelhevg cemetery. Mr. Iliirnham's (Math on Saturday morning was due to acnle intestinal cnlarrli, complicated, by dia- betes, I'rom which he had suffered, for fifteen years. He was a tit ended by Professors Schoenhom and Krehl. Mr. Rurnham WRB staying at a hotel here with his wife, daughter and son-in- law. HAD A. PRINCE AS PASSENGER Hamburg, June dirigible balloon Zeppelin III., made a trip lo Bremen ycgierdny uvenjng. Count Zep- pelin tit command. Prince Henry of I'niRBin and llnrgomaslcr Ilurchnrdt were passengers. Owing lo Ihc siorm no landing made at Hrcmon, aiul nflcr varylnp Us rouisi-. sovrrnl II ivtiirncd to Hamburg, reaching (his city nhout a JUKI iilnlu. LADY EVELYN v GREY ENGAGED v London, June 3. The en- ga gem cut of Lawrence Jones, barrister, son of Sir L. JoneB, of Fakcrham, lo Lady ICvelyn, youngest daughter of ICarl Grey, is anounced. COULDN'T CLEAR THE GROUND Paris, June 3. The "Avlctte" com- petition for a of to be awarded to the man who could suc- cessfully make a flight ol 33 feet without the aid of a motor, wa-a held yesterday but was unproductive of results. There were several compet- itors, but all of them failed U> leavo the ground. A strong wind added to their difficulties. STRIKERS AND POLICE FIGHT Clinton, '.MAFS., June per- 30H3, Including two M-oineii. were won-mlc'd during a buttle here today brtwen the police and :i bnitd of strik- ing Lancashlro workers. The pollno wero compelled to uso their rovolverw while (.he ulrlkor.q hnrlod brlrka nnd Htdiips. '1'h'rcn Injnrnd strlkerH wuro Liiken to tlic hospital. --.The executive committee will con- -KisL of Messrs. .AlcGibbon, Xoshitr, Converse, Rockefeller, Dclmnr, Mon- ell and Sabln. DEATH OF JOEL GOOD Berlin, Out., June 3. Waterloo county's nldest Inhabitant, Mr. Joel Good, died at his late residence, Erb strel, Waterloo, in his ycnr, hav- ing been horn In Lancaster county, Pa., in 1815. When a young child he came with his parents to t.hia coun- ty, lie was twice married find is sur- vived by a large family. Good ivas a close friend of the father of Mr. X. B. Good, of Leth- brldge. They not related, but came from the United States together many years iigo and were mutual friends during [heir lives. CYCLONIC STORM AT BRANDON Brandon, Man., June 3. A gale which piiscd over Brandon district yesterday completely demolished a large barn on the farm of J. C. Gib- bons, six miles northwest of here. The storm only lasted about five nilnutea but was HO fierce that many In tho country were forced "to take to their cellars. SAVER OF TWENTY LIVES DROWNED IN CANOE UPSET Xew York, June Jessel, ft youngjlfc-savcr with a record of sav- ing more than twenty lives during hie two years' service, wai himself drown- ed late in the Hudccn. Kc had gone out In a canoe to protect boating parties. His craft nntet and he apparently received a blow on the head that made him unconscious, I le wenL down immediately. Jcascl's most notable rescue Cent was ihp saving on a single occasion of ten .sailors of the battleship New Hampshire, when llielr boat npun nt One Hundred Kiny-nlghtli stroll: at (lie lime of the vluli of (In- hlj: licet. WELCOMED THE KAISER'S BOATS GERMAN NAVY SQUADRON RE- TURNING FRATERNAL VISIT, GREETED BY TAFT l''orl '.Mullroc. Vii., June! 3.-.-l'reHI- ilouL Tuft's oflldiil wulcoiiic ol' vlpll- IiiK Uennnii vviiL'sliliin licre, Iwsnn to- diir 'wllli n rouiiil of rostlvllltis niul of- ficiul [unctions Him "'111 end only ivlion the EUiinilrou wciBlm anchor lot lioniL1. -Tho Kaiser's ihruo bis lllilil- Ing muchliios thai linvt! come to the United Stales to return Ihc Ameri- can Hoot's vlalL'lo Kiel Insl vein1, .cunio up lo Hampton ItondB from Lynn liiivcu.Uny onrly llile morning, escorted by the ships of Admiral Wlll- third division of Lliu Atlllnllc Heel. Motli squadrons roiircd onl n" salute of twenty-one (jnns UK the 1'Ionvr steumod iiuo the Hoads n'lili President. Tuft nnd Ihe CTonnun Am- bassmlor. Count von Hernstorff. PLAN OF FIGHT AT ODNA ENTIOX Rooievalt Forces Will Diiragard ecientlali and Concentrate on Nomination Chicago, 111., June That L'ol. Roosevelt does no! rcgurd the seloc- tlon of temporary chairman as one of the "eBseirtluls" of the pre-conven- tlou, fdght which 1ms been opened In Chicago, WJB indicated by AleMindcr II. Hevell, head of Roosevelt Icuguc, who returned today from the recent conference at Oyster I3uy. Sir. Revell cold newspapers the ftosovult lenders concentrate, their efforts :it Chicago upon the one thing believed to be Important, namely the" no ml Mil- lion of Col.Roosevelt. Hepreaentntives of a strong Roosevelt delegation, who will ace as a acre ot" Jlooaevek goneral committee HI Chicago, will drop all non-essentials, he said, and conce-ii- trate on the qiiestlou of nominee. The Illinois loader suld there was no lulk of a -separate convention, thai Col. Itooseveli expected the national com- mittee lo be fair in its treatment of matters before it. lie salt! no arrange- ments whatever hud been made for the personal attendance of the colojiel Clilcugo. PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE k. ECONOMICAL MADE IN CWGILLETTCQLTO TORON TO ONT. LUMBER DUTIES CASE HEARD BOTH SIDES ARE STANDING PAT The masons' strike lias been in pro- gress for LWO -days, Htid 'there s-eeins Lp bo no prospect for immediate set- [lenient. Doth sides arc firm. The men state that they are asking for ___hiiiK more than their rights. The Builders' Exchange secretary says thai, every member attended Iheir Saturday night, meeting, and 'will- stand-pat, in spite of the rumors thut aevern 1 of the contniclors have 'told the union tiijii they would sign up ai. ihe advanced wage sclredule. Alf. J. ticovls, international organin- er .will meet masons today, und decide on some course o7 action. However, this much IB certain: 1C both tlic men and the main" in tbe same frame of'mind as .hey are now, there will be nli settle- ment for a lone time. Jleun while all brick work on build- ing contracts in tiie city has been sus- pended, although all other trades arc at work aa usual. U will only he a matter of time, however, uniil they, :oo, are forced to fly it. CONSIDERING' THE ESTIMATES .A special meeting of ihc council in committee was held this afternoon at iluyor Maii'h's olficc, for tli-c purpose confiidcring the final dra-rt of the 1012 eBtlmatca. The committee will report to tbe council tomorrow. Ottawa, Juno Justice Cas- sels sat Saiurduy to heur the case of thu Fosis Lumber, company vcraiiK the Ki-iR. The cirie involved, iho right of (lie Dominion BOi'erninenl lo exact duties on the importHtlon of certain lumber from the United States which is sn.wn on one aide and two edgew and pinned or dressed on ihc other side under item iiO-l-of the tariff act of 111D7. By statement of claim, the Kosa Lumber, compaiiy alleged that tlie plalntlffB Vn the second of April, 1912, at the ciiBtoniB house. Winnipeg, presented :i. curio-ad of Hi' lumbur sawn and droR-aed HR above lor free entry, which wus reiufed, Llic authorities clniming that the lumhtsr was subject ID duty at tbo rate of 2n per com. upon the value thereof. Plaintiffs in order to obtain the said lumber, paid iluty under proftRnt. amounting no 377, and now their ac- tion looks to repayment of the flu in 11 ml also lor -the purpose of settling the mjestlon of such material beinp dutiable or otherwise under the tariff act. Thomas A. Hodgson and T. Wil- son, of Ottawa; D. -Sprague und Wil- liam Itobinson of Winnipeg, men em- ployed in