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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETUWRIDGE flAlLY 1IERALI) aj-, June "GOOD" is right. Pure chocolate, pure milk and pure what Msple Buds arc. They're not only good to the taste they're nourishing and wholesome. The .children may cat all they want. Maple Buds satisfy their craving for sweets and at the same time build up their little bodies. Buy Maple Buds at your grocery. Teach the children to spend their pennies for these wholesome sweets. COWANS MAPLE BUDS U.U f.r tin They're not Maple Buds unless they're Cowan's THE COWAN CO. Limited Torvato, Oat. Maclean Clan Called to Meet Kdmonton, June Sh Kltzroy Donald -MacleHti, Bnrt.. K.C.B., D.L., hereditary' head of the Clan Maclean, has sent the "llory cross" throughout the world, summoning; his clansmen and clshs'women, of whom there art? in the United States and Canada, to Dnnrt Gaulle, Isle of Scotland. August 'M, when he will unfurl his banner and otherwise fittingly celebrate 'the triumph m' pence. H will be tho (tret national (fathering of any Scottish family since 1745. Writing1, from London, where he passes most of his time, to mem ben of the clan In Edmonton, Sir Fitzroy says in part: "1 am happy to say the ancient stronghold of the Macleans is now my property... This important histori- cal is giving great satisfaction to all the .Macleans in every part, of the world and I am thankful that It has happened in my day." Duart Cdstle, which has been out of the family for more than 200 years, was built In the 13th century, soon after the formation of the clan, about 1250: it was repaired and enlarged by Hector Mor, lord of Duatt, from 1523 who was compelled to sur- render U in 1691. The present chJef- Dealers Pay More '-i'l'.r than fi-r iiK mil they ,pre Mob' at j Alight. FINCHER CBEEK IMncher Creek, June U. F. A. holding a. monster picnic on 1st at the pretty rendezvous at the bridge over the Old Man river. Unfortunately Cole's Circus is billed here for the same day. Some one of the events must suffer. wryrtoujH The Firemen's Tournament which will be held here on Mondav and Tuesday, .Inly 33 and 23 promises to be one 01 best in the his j0hn tory of .the organization. millet1 .in charge promises cent time. ain, who possesses great wealth, has already entered upon the work restoration and repair at s large penee. Sir Fitzroy yaid more tha for the castle and the sui rounding grounds. The Macleans took the leading par in the attempt to restore the Scottish family of Stuarts to the throne Great Britain. Sir John Maclean 20th chief of the clan, summoned his followers to the support of the "Earl of Dundee, who wag at the head of j ;he" Scottish forces, and the first en j gagement in the campaign was -by tlie Macleans at Brockbreck. 'Sir also in command word to Wilmington, Del. Colonoi AI: Maclean, a, member of tho Uola- brunch, recalling; tlie defeat at Gulloden, wns ono of tho first to ralso n reglmont to oppose tho British gov- life regiment WOB known a.s Allan M.aclemi'B light Infantry. Afterward, when the state of Dela- ivare rat tiled the fedmil Colonel Maclean signed the'ratifica- tion on behalf of the county of Kent. While Colonel- Allan Maclean In Delaware was doing everything Ills power to oppose the British forces, another member of the family, Sir Allan-Maclean, a general In the British army and In charge of a Scot- tish regiment in eastern Canada, reached the city of Quebec by forced inarches just before Montgomery and Arnold arrived on the opposite side if the St. Lawrence river with their combined forces to capture Quebec, the'key to the conquest of Canada. Maclean held the city for s-averal weeks and Anally, on the last night of 1775, he. defeated the invading for- thus holding Canada for the Brit- ish Empire. Duart Castle, where meinbers of fh'o Clan Maclean from all parts of the world will gather'next August.Ms uated on a promontory forming the MADE FROM ELLISON'S "OUR BEST FLOUR 'melts away delicionsly in tlie mouth, when j-ou .eat it. Made from this Hour, piecrust is a -triumph- -tt.e pr.oud .housewife's joy, for it makes her baking really worth while Get a sack today and stop worrying Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH >our trade to I Today was a farewell dav at the schools, the senior pupils scattering i.-liu just t; The coin- of the right of the army at the battle niagnin- of KiHiecrankte, in which the Scot- tish forces were victorlo Sir John Maclean was again in com mand of the right Hank of the army at'the ba'ttle .of Sheriffihuir. private study dens to'-prepare f fore the ybattle started; Sir -Tohn step- for the grand finale in the examine fed in clan and in a loud tions that begin _next week. Misr stands Mac- Marshall, who has been a member fcr King James. Charge! gentle- I the stall for three was made men, .The result was H tbe reupient of a handsome writing! complete for the Scottish -inrf clmr In the teachers ant pupils. She is severing her 'Connec- tion with the- teaching staff. nOto yv-iilcr. y-.ii a PURITY FLOUR Mere Bread and Better Bread FOR SALE BY GEO.KERE CO., LETHBBIDGE EXPORTS OF WOOD PULP The total exports of wood pulp in ,the- Inst fiscal jear were tons, Valued at as against :S77 tons, in 1910: Exports to. the "'United States grew by 3103 tons, those to Great Biitain practic- ol the pulpwood cut went to United States, the price aging J6.28.ptr cord. diiappeared Over 55 per cent. ming. DROWNED AT-KING3TON Rupert Tidniaa, aged 17, was drowned at Kingston while swim- -0- 4 COMPLETES. RECORD jTRIP Saskatoon, June feat that appears to hold a. unique position in the records b'f. long distance automobiling has'just' been Completed by J. P. iMur-' phy, the popular real estate operator of this city, who last -i- night arrived after a journey in which he-has travelled in J his own car from Los Angeles.' California, making''the-difficult: trip'through the rough roads of Oregon and through the dif- flcult passes of the Rockies. The tr'p was.made in the com- pany of three Mr. Murphy 'wheel all the way forces. In the attempt to place Prince Charles Stuart oil (he throne the Highland Scottish' families, who ad- hered to the house of Stuart; lost beavlly at the battle of Culloden, April 16, ,1746. who In command and( 300 of his elan were killed. It was a decisive victory (or the government forces 'and was the" last, attempt made by the highland to regain the throne of'Great Britain for the Stuarts! Following the Uatile -of 'Culloden1 one branch of (he Maclean-family'mi- grated to Sweden, another branch moving to Phifs-delphia, going after- northeaatern part of the Isle of Mull which is separated from the, mainland "by. a narrow strait, Tho castle faces the sea and is built on a perpendicu- lar rock, 100 feet in height. It derives its name: from the Scot- tish .words, meaning black, and H height or promontory. Approached from the s-aa the rook is dark and forbidding. The sailors called it hence the stronghold built there by the Mac- en ns bemmfi cmierallv known 'Dubh Aird Castle." Li'.ter the name was combined in one word, "Duard. The seawalls of the castle are 14 feet while on the aide the stone work is 10 feet in thickness Duart castle and the personal es- tate of the chief of the Macleans fell :hto the bands of the victors and' in 1S45 there 11 owners: It has the ,'constant aim of the.family the last 100 years to. regain -posses- sion of the structure and sumumding grounds. One of the chief diflicnHi-es was to secure an agreement on price mm the Various owners. This, how ever, was accomplished by Sir Fitz- roy, who is. now arranging to restore he buildings and refurbish the ;rounds The executive of the Clan Maclean association and other clansmen at a meeting in Glasgow last October ap- pointed the following named commit- ee to make arrangement, for the cele- jrntlon at Duart Casfle: John Maclean, 70 Mitchell street, Glasgow, convener; Professor Man- gus .Maclean. M.A., D. Sc., Royal Technical College, Glasgow; Andrew Bruce Maclean, Charles .1. -Maclean and.Peter Maclean, .Glasgow Allan Oswold -of Leth- bridge, is a member of the clan. GOOD, FOOD Children Heilihy. Five Roses Flour MAKES THE f N EiT BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY. Yet M CROP REPORTS ARE CHEERING PREACHER AND REAL ESTATE PROPOSITION Sweethearts for everybody! Once you or yours realize the rich, wholesome savor of crisp, toasted flaky hearts of sweetest sugar .corn, you'll banish porridge from your breakfast menu. It will be 'sweethearts for everybody' OFTENER than onoe a day when you offer TOASTEP -CORN TOASTED CORNFLAKES Ten jCents A Package (Pincher Creek 'Echo) During a session of th-e Saskatche- wan Methodist conference which has Just closed at. Moose Jaw, a couple of the reverend gentlemen were made the object (ft some rather caustic .comments by 'certain "lay delegates because the preachers had been "-dab bling in real if we may use the vernacular. The two divines, re f erred to vigorous defence but apparently" did V not succeed in of the brethren present of the side of the question. The daily newspapers have had a lot tq say about., the incident, but, as is too often the' case, their discus- sions have., travelled all round the point'but have never touched it. The following excerpt from the Calgary Albertan will; give our readers a fair Idea of the trend of the daily press discussion of the matter referred to 'The question discussed at Moose Jaw is not worthy of serious consid- eration. if..a member of the quarter- ly board can invest in real ettate without serious harm to his morala there Is no .reason to suppose thai the minintrj of 'he preacher will sut fer'beciuseVhe'alap buries his scanty, saiings in a lot But, the' Albertan has the point We happen to know something objection 'was raised to the speculations oi the preachers, -not" because U was con- sidered 'morally', .wrong, but because these clergvmen were euriencing greater-interest .In thoir deals' than ;they wt-re In their church To suggest that it n for-a ..preacher to' buy- a city lot and reap the advantage of future increis j ed-; values is, in the minds of- most .people, very foolish, to say the least of It. If it is quite orthodox and pro- per for "a preacher to. deposit his sav- ings in a savings bank and. secure 4 per-cenu interest, why is it not equal ly .orthodox'and-prbger for him to in- vest his surplus cash in real estate and thus secure a much larger rate of interest9 But with, these two Saskatchewan preach-ars it was decidedly so. They had.got the realVestate habit, as It were. One ot them got it .in Saskatoon a few years ago to such an extent that he "laid ofT prea.cb.irig for-a year and took a trip around the then some. The other one also contracted the same )iabit at Saskatoon later on. Me hasn't arrived at the "trip-aronnd-the- world-stage" yet, bill he is said to be headed that way. The only trouble with these men, so the report Is that instead of making, a sideline of real estate ihey a side line, of the church which employs by the way Saskatoon puts up a handsome salary, to its clergy- men. Taking it by and large, we are to the conclusion that the two clergymen who-were put on the rack-at Moose'Jaw deserved the cen- sura accorded ?them. The weak, place in the iccusing layman's case' is' the fact that he bought: up. all the. butcher shops Saskatoon hack in the early davs formed a sort of local merger as_ it were, and .boosted the. price of .meat up to the skyline; The spectacle of that man pointing an accusing fore- ing-ar at'Tiis- spiritual advisers, must have; been decidedly iricongrous. Winnipeg, June any appre- hension existed the first part of the week when weather cqndl tions looked so unfavorable tor. the growing crops it 'was .dispelled by. the glowing.accounts that have been sent out the last few -days. Reports made by agents of the Canadian Pacific Ry. from every section of, their lines shows everything In the moat favor- able" light. The title hurt in one sec- tion shown last week by cut worms has been overcome "'and what little damage is reported from the effect of the high wind of last Saturday and Sunday was spread over such a small acreage that it Is not, noticeable. In the. Brandon .district there were, in- dications of slight frosts but not enough to d image late plints Crop kenerdllj tneiases from eight to ten mqhes luthoritiis v. ho haj followed crop conditions yearly that the crop assured as far as moisture is concerned. No re- ports of any damage to the winter wheat'crop of'Alberta have''been re- ceived, and it" is generally reported that these are in good condition. SENSATION KINGSTON CAMP Kingston, Ont., Qui'te a scare was caused on Thursday, at Barrieficld camp .when it .was found that, ball .ammunition had been served to some of the. 8th and 9th .brigade regiments for. the tac- tical manoeuvres; When the men began to fire bullets whis- tl-ad through the .camp .ground and tactics were temporarily stopped. The ammunition was recallel and an enquiry be held BRITISH THANKS TO CAP! ROSTRON .London, June Si Arthur .'Rofftron of the Carpatbia, received the. unit-ad thanks of the" British gov. ernmftnt and.thft court today's sit- ting of the botvd o-r trade inquiry in- to the Titanic disaster Sir Rufus Isiics, the said he desired to tho government had able to got, of expfMiiog to Captain Roitron 'on behalf of His Maiesty's govern- ment how d-eepiy grateful wo are to you for your conduct and for the num her of lives you were inslvumental In saving.' Lord'.Mersey, the presiding judge, flnd Sir .Robert Plnlcy, aaaoclated themselves1-in-.the congratulations to the captain, who cheered. STRAIGHT TALK FROM FRENCH M. P.'S FJordeii .was in Mont- real he wsi given gome plain talk by Trench-spanking M, P.'R ns -to ,tho Mcssru. Doherty and Ames'are conducting patronage. come to fti Picturat o Know that innoc Intcfwted, Ainutcd, A "Ask your Thc >S MALT CD COCOA" rihlcr for ;