Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sui'iurday, June THE LETirniUDflE DAILY HERALD Wanted: Business Women for the Running of Homes .T. II. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wamuneker's, Philadelphia WHAT Airicri.cn. needs today above all thing's is business And whore need most, is not in business but in the homes. What we Avant is not so inudi a who can run a kitchen, as a woman who knows how much it costs to run a kk-ohen. If we do not get'our domestic science, up to Ilie standard of our commercial science we are.going1 to start an epidemic of household insolvency filuit Ihe world.. Ninety per cenfc. of our matri.inonial. nnhsippiness is due not to temper nor tem- ..pe.rainent, domestic bankruptcy. is no money in the family till; the books won't balancer' the cash IB overdrawn; an3 the partners are a-t ;war. That's the stoiy; .that's the whole s-torj-. And in most such cases, even Reno becomes an unbearable expense. Neftdy-every tug1 at the heart strings begins with a.tug at the :1C the wonwa. of. America have the brains to'maintain; many-of' the equalities which they-now enjoy, they must, also have the brains or acquire the to nm their homes alongicommerciaMines; The chiefr problem in domestic science is how to take a certain litfome of and live up to it; not aver it ami not necessarily ttjdder It, but how-to make all your bills balance that certain amount' r Xftfcirally the only way to do this is to plan your expenditures. 'And only way 'to know the cost of what you are going to buy, is -to compare the prices at which other people are selling. prices-arc published every'day in the adver- oolumhs oC this paper. No.shrewd merchant hides his light under Whenever he lias "anything good to offer you, he his signiture in these columns. So the flrat thing you guin "by following the advertising is a choice of the that is being offeredju And when merchants realize that so many thousands .of you are using their advertising day-'by day as the basis for your buying, you may upon it they are going to stretch 'every possible point to maintain your interest, If-you will follow. plan lor'a short'time, you will find that poii are merchandising, your home in 'the same way that these biisineBa men "merohandlM You will become as shrewd it buying are. Your books will begin to balance, and you will discover that -you are the head a big, successful institution fcnown, as a Homa. WILL RUN SERIES OF FARMERS'EXCURSIONS Lethbridge Farm to Be Visited by Many South- ern Farmers I'j.vcursjost to tlio LethbridKe Ex- perimental Farm promise' to ,be big outings for thcjarmers of Smit.herh Alberta in (lulu-re. .The Provincial Department of Agriculture, working In conjunction with the- Dominion De- partment of Agriculture, have decid- ed on the introduction', of a series of excursions to the Experimental Farm here, in order to give'the farm- ers n chance, lo see what is being ilone in 'the way of scientific farming. The first excursions of this kind will be nut on by tho 'Provincial De- partment of Agriculture during July. They will 'he three in. number, one Tom Calgary, one from Mediciiio.Hat, and one from Cheap excur- sion rates will be given from all these joints for tho trip, which will take me day. The, visitors .will be catered I methods of'farming to the farmer In here in -every-way-to "provide for bis home "district; now, it is hoped then tho dfltulls have boon worked out with the Dominion governmeiit, and tho announcement wits made yes- terday afternoon 'that excursions woiild.be put on for the first linio this summer. C. K. Lewis, superintendent of fairs and Institutes for the Provincial De- partment of'Agriculture, was in tin- city over tlie situa- tion. Me" visited Experimental Farm, and in company with 'Superin- tendent Fairfield worked out some of minor details" which have been under consideration. The decision of the Department will mean a great deal'to I-elhbridge. Guelph, Out., Is known all over U'etsern the Kxjierimental Farm city, and excursions (o the mod- el farm are ontingtf looked forward to every, year by the fanning population that part of the province. The mason for putting, on these excur- is that the Department of Agri- culture has, by means of institutes mi carrying scientific heir comfort during their stay, and hese 'promise' to become ne of the features of the work of be .departuieuts.of .agriculture.inter-, sled. Mr. Marshall's Good Work When1 Hon. Duncan Marshall, .Min- ster of Agriculture, 'was in th-3 cj'ty" couple of weeks ago, he had the matter under consideration. Since to take the 'farmer' where lie can see these methods out into effect by ex- perts, and In this way impress on him the value of following scientific meth- ods. The Board of Trade other civic bodies will be asked to help in this project, and are already very en- thusiastic over the-prospects for an- other good advertising'feature for the city. CHUiicii CERVICES FIRST li.U'TIST CIIURCH-Cor- III.T 3rd Avc., anil II Mi St.. s. Itev A. C. pastor. II a.m. ant! 7.30 p. m. Morning subject, "Tlie whole gospel for Evening subject, scraps." Mondav CARMANGAYLKMSE REFUSED (Special to the Maclcod, June At a meetinj; of ic provincial license commissioners leld here yesterday the application 'of McDonalrl; f l of the liconsc .f mangay, sioners ga'vc' re'asbn the- conduct r the Car- was' refused. The commis- of the hotel and the conduct of licensee. The Imperial Hotel at Vulcan "the given a license. .This .license was transferred [rom Frank. In connec- tion with the migration from under the shadow of Turtle' Mountain the "Frank Hotel" was iiioved to Bur- nris ana ;thc application. For a license, was favorably'. considered. t The granting two licenses does number of. .li- censes iti; Southern Alberta, in fact, (he cutting oil -ox the Canuangiiy li- cense reduced the number by osc. IMPORTANT the whole man." Ciort and the evening, Young People's .Society's social evening picnic at the i-ivcr bottom. Wednes- day evening, meeting for praise and praur FIFTH AVE. BAPTIST CHURC 5th Avc. and 18th St., N H a.m. and 7.31) p.m. Sunday schoo p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 8: p. in. Choir practice, Thursday p.m. All are welcome. tinmen piiLbinTi n IAN" liev. A'. G. Cameron, minister 11 a.m. anil 7.30 p.m. The minisle will be assisted at the morning set vice in the ordination ofelders bv th Rev. W. E. 'Wallace, of Corunna, Ont In the fi wnmtro will preach a special sermon to tli brethren of 'the local Masonic lodges who will attend 'divine service in a hody. Snubatli school and the "Ai: Welcome' adult Bible class 3 y.m Chinese class -I .p'.m. Strangers ir are, cordially invited to wor- ship in Kno.v. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH I'RES- r A., minister 11. n j 13 tli St. anc W. Urvclcri. 51 and 7.30 p. GROWING PAINS FELT IN WEST 60 MANV PEOPLE INCREASE DE THE AVAIL. ABtE "Is Cunnda, Ttate w-a-s the 'vathw broad question ,-jHtL to a --prominent immigration, offi- cial--this motming. gvowtog? Growing fte it nev- Aid before. There never were so people corning into -the West as are this year and we are getting a -reaHy fine ctose of settlers, proba- rbly the best" any new country has ev- "But you can hardly expect to no- tice them. This country will hold people. It is rather a fcard task to tell where the thousands of are locating. But Western Ctnarta IB growing as never before, and instead o? looking for the places the settlers are locating, look for'the general result of there coming. There never wae sucb-a shortage of consrtnctton material in the history M of Cans da there is in the West to- day. That is tho answer to 'the ques- tion: "Is the Wwt LAS! fall" and''winter there was such shortage cars that the moving of N the AVesfrenr Canada, crop was a sub- ject -of. consideration -by statesmen from from one end of Canada ,to the other, and the result that largest orders for rolling stock ever issued havo been placed by the three great transportation concerns .this spring to guard against a recurrence of aiich a condition. Then this spring (here- has fiiich a shortage of con- struction has been in every city in the West, causing a removal of half the duty. Now comsi the cry for plumbing supplier, Tbe manufacturers of plumbing supplies have greatly un- derestimated the demands of the West for 1912, and now a .famine in plumbing nupplies stares the contrac- tors in the face. Railway companies are short.- of steel, and are endeavoring to get out of an much no construction as possi- ble on this account. tJitlldlng contractors are having trouble in getting building steel, and n large number of cities facing the same.trouble. "li the Went growing? Well, yet." CITY AND DISTRICT The Lodge, 734, A." will incotfor qhurch parade tomorrow evening at their lodge, rooms, North .Lethbridge, at seven o'clock." 'They-will parade' to St. Andrew's church, where a special irviue will he hold. At police court iliis morning Jlr, Mo- Glenn, charged with driving an auto- mobile without liglitv' was found guilty and fined the costs of the court. The plant of the -Bitulithic Paving Co., has all-arrived and surfacing erations will be started next week. The company the night shift which has been working all week st night. to make an ascent n a balobn at Rlainr.oro 'yesterday evening, the petroleum us-ed in the manufacturing the gas to fiii bag, .aught on fire, and completely destroy- the outfit. No one was hurt by the ccident, although there were a large number of children in the nmediate vicinity when the explosion ook The city of Lethbridge this morn- ng took out a building permit, for a hicken hotrae and an administration uilding to be erected at Henderson 'ark fair grounds at a coat of The fire brigade had a .run this morning on from the Sad- owski on Sixth Ave. S. Hot ashes placed'-In a barrel at the rear (Special Gable' to-Cafgary Herald.) London, .June Strath cona is one of the members Hudson's Bay Co. board, who retires by rotation' this year. There expectation in some Quarters might wish to the duties "of governor in younger hands. 1 under- stand, however, that yielding to illie desire of the whole board, for re-election at the torch coming meeting. Richard who also-jretires will offer himself for re-election, thus1 continuing the association of the.com- pany with Harrod's stores, of which Burbidge is mantgm., directoi l There is. no 1 here "of the rumored resignation of- Hubert Burbidge, stores commissioner.'- at Winnipeg It is understood f jJiat Sn George Gait and Nan ton, of Winnipeg after much consideration, accepted-service, as Ca nadian commissioners in sorj- capacity. In order to, ictam fui t ade despue competition the [Hudson's Bay Company., is, construct- ingnew steamers for service on the Athabasca and Slave Rivers.- The company has also acquired a inojoi i interest in the Nauscapie Steamsh Co for trade with ,1 ibrador th Straits and Hudson, t> Ba> posts The Crown b fore .them the to pi vide means for additional capital c pentiiture on etc at Calg-M Winnipeg, Vancouver, Vernpn, Ka-n loops. WINDBRMERE. m. Sunday school and Bible classes 8 "p.m. Prayer' meeting, Wednesday 8 p.m. All arc- hcart-ily welcome, 'WES I LY nil 1 P Perry pastor the pulpit at both services..' Sunday- school and Bible class 3 p.m., All are heartily welcome, R III RtH MCI 11 Convention a Farce Today (Continued from front of the houHe''caused the blaze. T-he affair took.place about three o'clock. AN IMPORTANT- LABOR DECISION' Springfield, 111., June Illin- ois Supreme Court, today, held that labor unions have 'the right to strike if non-union employees are retained by- employers. The good nature which prevailed all of yesterday.afternoon was again evi- dent, the Roosevelt people presented a minority report but made no fight, and the Tafe delegates were seated viva. voce. amid cheers ot "loot, toot' and "choo choo" from the galleries The report on the contest in the sec- ond district of Mississippi was read. The report characterized the Roose- velt contest as a "papei There '.no minority report. and the vote was taken without delay Cmiirinon Root announced the seating of the Tatt delegate; HE SEEKS A DIVORCE Ottawa, .June is given in the Canada Gazette that John Cald- weli inspector of the R. W. M. P., at Wood Mountain. Sask., will apply to Parliament next session for a bill of divorce from his wife, Elizabeth Dunn of Victoria, B.C. John E. Holmes, ai Moose .law, is solicitor for the appli- cant. DIED IN THE Council Hluffs, FATHERLAND .June A cablegram received here from Berlin, announces the sudden death there, yBterday, of .r. G, Dtedenticks. of Av- oca.Jowa, one of Ihe. most prominent German-Amerlcniifl of town. He had nceh touring Germany with friends. HO wag (17 years old; The same procedure .seated two Taft delegates in the FIfllij Sixth aim Seventh Mississippi districts. As the result of each vote'was an- nounced, a chorus of shrieks, whistles groans and cat calls greeted the state- ment "the ayes have.it. Away- up in the .rear gallery a spec- tator with a mechanical -whig-tie blew two short slirlll blasts as each contest was disposed of. One by one, the contest reports were brought in a near riot of dis- order, and passed. The fourth North Carolina, third Oklahoma and the second Tenessee. oh which Ihere were1 no minority.re- ports, went through under' the gavel about one fourth of the delegates hear Ing the reading of the reports. The Washington canes came next and Uie convention sobered down-after an'ad- monition froiii Chairman Root, An amusing incident, preceded the report of committee. H. H, How-; nrd, delegate from AUsslssfppi arose. "Mr. he said, "i make the point of order that tho steam rol- ler is exceeding the speed limit." There was a gale of .hnighter, re- newed when Chairman Hoo'i said lie was prepared-to rule on tho point. The point of .be said am a whoop, well taken. When the laughter had sub-aided Senator Root said The justification is' that we hav some hope of starting home on Sun day This sentiment seemed, to appeal the delegates and there "was a cheer A Crucial State The disorder quieted down when the majority report from Ihe committee in favor of the Taft dele gates at large from Washington was iresented. fn order that an advt vote might not throw-out-the entire ate .delegation; the .committee re ported f.lje uelegateb at 1 irge ind e district separately A conference was held on, the. plat- onn to arrange for debate on the motion and disorder, broke loose on the floor 'Toot, toot, choo, choo, toot. about tho speed limit. 'Sand the track; Watson; your a storm of- yells and jeers iv-'ppt the hall. Root, leaning on'his arm smiled over the disorder. 'LMore gasoline, more gasoline, came from the gallery. Starting somewhere in.tho rear the crowd began to sing "Nearer, my God to and it swelled into a chorus followed by "Lead Kindly Light Amid the Encircling Gloom. MATHICU'B NERVINE POWDERS Fir Intake ml Ikirilili If your deafer' cannot supply you, ilie .t. L. Jlmhieu Co.. Sncrbrooko, P. Q., bo.v postpaid uti fvcclpt ttt a m ind 7 JO p in Or .1. H Rncrs uill occupy the pulpit in the morning and Mr 0 D Vu tin in the evening. Sunday school and Bible 3 n m Ml ire vuIconic ST. npRHNS UltKUI 8th Avc... and Uth St. Rev., Canon McMiiicn, rector. Matins and Holv Communion 11 a.m. Sunday school and Bible class 3 .p.m. Evensong 7-30 p.m. '.FIRST CHURCH OF'-CHRIST Bank Block.' U a.m., and 7.30. p.m.' Sunday school 12.10 p.m., subject, "Is the universe, including man, evolved hy atomic force Wednesday, 'testimonial meeting 8 p.m. The reading room is open to everyone every from 3 to 5 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to .attend. ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTrlERA the home of Rev, C Grant, Sixth school 2.30 p.m..-June scr vices, as pastor, will he in Tabei class -1.30 p.ni and Bible study 8 p.m. All are we! come. FIRST CHURCH OP-CHRIST Caledonian Hall, 512 7tli St., S Jible school and .cominuaion at 10.3i i.ni. with a short sermon hy Evan iclist Clutter, B.A., M.S.L. In.tin the subject will he "The Uu lardoimblc Sin." Special music a' lotli services. CMURCIJ. OF CHRIST At th( oinc of Mr. George MacDonald, 73 laclcod Road, each Sunday after- corral three o'clock for the break- ig oi bread. CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST -ATTER DAY SAItfTK-S. 0- E. .11; Tenth St., S., near Y.M.C.A. a.m. Officers' and Teachers' icctine; 10.30 a. m- Sunday school p.m. Sacrament men ting. Bishop S.. Young: No. Avc., ;S. GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH-. will .be. held at 710 ixtccnth St.. North 0.30 a.m. and will he conducted by IP Rev. 0. A. Oroth in the'German1 nguagc. The Gorman-speaking pop- aco is cordially invited. THE BEIiEAN BIBLE SCHOOL is held everv Sunday at p.m. at 511i 5th street, south. A rilial' invitation is extended to both oKi mid young to aticnrt this school. A- special invitation is given to< any persons, who have been eonnoctcrt churches of Christ (Disciples) LONDON PRESS POKING FUN Satire'at the Expense of the Great Chicago Circus London, June 'Saturday. levt Indulging in elm if tensrfc comments on the Chicago coineution says 'What a pretty spectacle this Re- publican convention is. Here arc two botliors-In-arms, colleagues and Insep- arable friends, tearing .each other's l and scratching in a waj nJ3 gcstivt' of a street fight'between'two unkeii women, more.than anything all (his Is iiot.-a fignt i.ho- .ween parties which couki .be'-.decent !y disguised as a struggle but a persona! squabble for the Jiancc of place a fine thing to set nil the enthusing machinery A 'wo- man In the gallery produces a Roose- velt portrait, and smothers it "with kisses. She is whisked then to the platform, amid deafening.cheers. The portrait fs distributed piecemeal i scrap of it being given to a few lucky ones among Jhe innumerable outstretched hands of adorers 'Mr. Bryce would certainlv see: in this u'sign that all will go right with the American common wealth. The Saturday Review, in another article says Mr. Roosevelt will not -again'be dusted in Ameiican public life lie has lost his character, and the illu- sion of the masses cannot hold, when the excitement of this political con- test has (tied down. The Nation today concludes an 'ar- ticle on the Chicago by j saying: 'The chances are Roosevelt will make Bryan, the next President of the United States. Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone ,to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable Ypur gro- cer knows him. Gifts that Last r To get forks, knives, spoons and fincy pieces of quiHty and beauty ask for This brand U known u "Siloerflatethat Wtart" TobuythiBwareistogetiheut- raost service and satiifciction and, the illver plite. Knonn for 69 yean Sold by LeadiBfl NO MORE "SEGREGATED AREA Chief Glllespie hit intention of breaking up the soj- regated area, and has notified the keepers of disreputable that thej must vacate by Tulv 1st IL is said a number have already left 'the city. A FACTORY AT BERLIN The Consolidated Rubber'Co. will erect a factory at Berlin -to mamrrac- ture tui'to tires. NORTH BAY'S BIG STORM A teriific tlninderstorm did consid- erable damage it North Bay yester- dij nnd lifts were used to navigate in some part of the town Washouts on the tailw ij caused danger and T fi NT O tram ot nine cars was ditched ind wieckcd, the engineer being seriously hurt. FENIAN RAID VETERAN Siininel Mail, a Fenian raid veteran and :i prominent Mason, is' dead Jit Drautford, ngcd SI. SIOUX INDIANS WITH 101 RANCH REAL WILD WEST SHOW.. HERE JUNE 28th. Snap for Quick Sale 20 acres, part' of 'L. N.B. 1-4 30-S-2Q, w. 4thr only three miles due east ot City, at per acre, on very-eaiy terras. Apply 203 Farmer Building A. E. M. PAGET Public Accountant Man. IV-Luiul, President HEAD OFFICE CrUNBKOOK, B.C. Soo us iibout lands in Ilie .BcMulril'iil .Kootena-y Valley Orulmi-d anil Gurdon Tmcis Grazing Lands Visit Our Fai'ms at WARDNEK.'B. C., it MAKYSVILLE, B. C.