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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Moiifl^y;�M4lrch 10,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE BAJIY HERALD Notable Banquet at Macleod at Which Trophies Were Pbudly Shown Macleod. March 8.-A special function unfque lu that It was on6 ot thd very few of the kind ever held in Alberta,'took place tonight at the Macleod Qrlll, when a large numbeir ol the farmers of th6 Hazelmere ''district gathered, with other friends, to celebrate th0 exceptionally glorious record of thf! lamW ot that district in winning prises for the products lof the farm. Air H(tolod^dist!rlot is good, but Ha^elm'Sre is exceptionally good, and men like J. Glass have brought great disynotlon to'Macleod. In the past Macleod: got aji the glory and the banquet Saturday night was designed to place the emphasis a little stronger on Hazelmere, Where (a-'HaMlmere? It is Just^nine miles south ol Macleod and Will- he the first station on the C; N. R, to'Pincher Creek. It is expected that the rails will run into the hew townsite this year, and big are the expectations. There Is no reason why there should not be aulte a thriving village; but the farmers of the diablot aiife.loyai.to Macleod, and �whye^expectiiig much, of Hazelmere, they are not gpliig'back on.the good old town.  , '  Thrlgiitheriiig had an exceptionally Tpleaslng yariahce Irom the average gatheiiing of �en to jubilate.. The litdleS'w'ere theri,andj as Hon. Duncan Marshall said in the course of bis . -ivittyVgpeeoh-farming would he "very much mixed" if the ladles did not tal?e ti hand in it. The ladies helped �win thd'trophies, and they, were there- � fore to he honored in the feast designed to rpat tlie winners for their achievement, Thc menu served was BUmptuous'and bounteous. Mine host did htmselt .proitd and the feast of �well cooked and daintily served food was relished Immensely. Th^ orchestra was in a considerable degree reajjoasible for much of the pleasure of thi*'night, and the music was, a decided.credit to the town.. On a-table 'was placed the line silver trophies, won hy the farmers, and it didn't require 8P^ech�s to extol the glories of Hazelmere distrlot. The cups.boi-e eloquent, if silent, tribute to the spot where good farmers are grown as well, as good wheat and stock, . , , . . Th� gathering was graced 'by the presence:of fqur-memhers,of the legislature, thr�e of them cabinet ministers', Hons. MoKenzlo, Marshall and Mitchell,' and'Rohert Patterson, the local member. It took an hour to diS' pose, of the good things to eat, and after that it was a race against time to get through ere the Sabbath came. �Any one wlio has not heard' ot the , glories of Hazelmere should carefully scan the following list of trophies: Rremlums Won by Hazelmere � At; the Internatloaal Dry Farminfe iExposltloii at' Lethbrldge, Oct.: 19-26, -'1912.~WIntor' wheat, 3rd; spring wheat, 6th; spring wheat (fioft), 6th; two-roved barley, 3rd; oats, 4th;; six-rowed harj�y,.2nd;" good roads article, 1st and 2nd. . At: -Macleod Seed Fair, January, � 19X3-'White- Fyfe,'lst; red Fyfe, Ist; Marquis, arid;,-Preston,, ist; -oats (short), let and 2nd;, oats (long), Ist; Bix-rowed' barley,' Ist and 2nd; flax, 1st; ,.wi?iti^r :wheat, Is't and 3rd. At' Provincial''Seed Fair, ClareS' holm; ilOlS-^Winter wheat, 1st, 2nd and 5th; ;spr{ng"wheat, 1st and 2nd; oats, 2nd and 3rd (barley, 1st and 2nd; eilver trophy,-for;best five bushels of win teri,wheat; .,aUv.er, trophy. for^best , five bushels : of , six-rowed harl�y; Judging oompetUipn, :2nd, 2nd . and 3rd;,.'best, article: bn'rceraent construe-. tloh;'lBt; 'farm engine competition, 2nd. Can-you ifcefttlt? - , .The Toast List Mr. .Hugh Mackintosh, president of - the Maoleod.iAgrloulturarSociety, presided".;,. ^Hugh.. doesn't live' in Hazelmere but that, didn't prevent him being a oliairmah: of'exceptional ability and popularity,, Hazelmere people, it they fhftve,^any, regrets. It is because, Mr. Mackintosh doesn't live there. He knows how to grow .stuff that lands prizes. , After the'Royal honors and a seleo-t\oa by thtt-orohestraj Mr. W. Turner, who is a, real-Uve.Hazelmere booster, sang a eong and he was not only sing-tr but composer. '� Here it is. Sing il and then root for Hazalmere: mm ON LITEO BASIS Three Liberals Have Agreed on Measure to Give Women Franchise '^{iUage far MR. W, J. GLASS One of the Best Kpowf) Parrnera In Alberta There's a pretty; ilttle away, That'.s gaining fame and glory every day. ' , It's nine miles trdm Macleod, : And it has a jollj- crowd Of good fellows wItH gdod feeling so so they say; . : '; They grow, prize wheati- potatoes, barley, hay, And they're goinj; to have a station so they say, ; �  Hazelmere is going'to hum,-' And you bet it'p going' some. And our motto is "No favOTltes, hiit . . fair play." : Chorus At Hazelmere, at Hazelmere; At the town of Hazelmere. At Hazelmere, at Hazelmere; Oh, you town of Hazelmere. CHEW MAPLE TOBACCO MILOkSWEET, mellow and JUiCY - '* ' Mjhgf^ctured by BOCK CiTY TOBACCO CO. ' Cyeb'ec'. Oh, we've never tried to boom the place before. But still we- know it's going to the " fore. For the prizes that we gain Are won without a strain. Hazelmere is just the town, to Uve for sure; ^ � ' � , A department store will soon be placed right here,'; , ' Elevators, they a,ie cpxniag, there's no fear. :' V '',. - That's the place for everyone; Come, all you people,.come!.........; v To the best place Jn AJ.berla^ Hazelmere.  ^  :  � At Lethbrldge we,'took prizes in galore 'Xndn^t Claresholm' lye gained plenty more, '  v* ! ' But these arej'ust^a- few, � And by the time' 'we're through-We will take Alfe'rta'prizes by the score. � �' \-: , � There Ib- Meecham/Turnei', tong ond Billy Glass ^' Who in wheat �can'always, take first class. ,'l :� Patterson's �lta,'0iey can't be beat, McPadden's skili Jt^is^a trfat, And the grain we, now'gilowJls unsurpassed, -'^'-j^'-- The toast to 'ifaz^lmefe''was then proposed in feltbftotis .'termfe by Mr. �Robert Patterson, 'M^PiP;, .and ;w^s responded to by-A,:'R, McFaddeti and" J. H. Peard. 'Both; gentleriien est^olled the glories of th''9';Ooming;. � thriving town Just nine-wilcS'>from"M'aoleod. Mr. A. H. Alle'n,w;pi'e'Bidflttt'-,df.::Mac-leod'B Board of''Pi�de,;.1ihQn-proposed the toast to the"Prlzc'Winn'er3:'' Mr. Allen dwelt- on th'e, necessity of mixed farming and esfjecially:' empht^sized the value of cl^anv^atms; /He is a banicer and declared.' that'no matster how clean a mamltept-hls farm.-it he lived beside u, dlity farni "hie'prtdit was Impaired. - .,"' Mr. W. J. Glass,, on^.of; bl6 best known farmers inAlberta, and 'Mr. R. Meeoham, reapo^ded.f Interspersed' hl8'^remarkB;-^^w'itht some humorons reterenyifeS-whloh.'.,greatly pleased the crowd. . He'";i^ade', one polltidal allusloiif Bttttlng r'that Germany and Buglad'd Were iic) nJor^s nicely tq go to war than'-the people.ipres-ent were likely to etart fighting. " R. G. Mathewscontributed a � song in his usual fine;'Btyle, ind had satisfy tlie ciaBitrf:foji>"-another, Mr. Mathews Is a ptie-singer, Srid-interprets popular nlusio, .'with' the proper vim. , � V � The- toast to ;'\'Alberta!';-waB proposed in a few'elo'quent'words by Mr. W. Turner and -was responded .to by Hon. Malcolm MoKenzle; Hon. C. R. Mitchell, minister of public''works, and Hon. Duncan Marflhall, -Ajl'; three ministers were, In^ hapJy:.'^ .vein and greatly pleased fbe banquett^rs. Mr. Marshall as us'uHl-demdhstrlted that he hm few superiors, as ^n after dinner speaicer. The '^town of.Mftc'J'fda ^was 'proposed by-i Mr; ,H. b6ng|;&na ,.wit|i";yllr^j^^^^ coupled "the names � Of Ao'ting^, Mayor_ R.^'G. Ma!odonnel|� ajid J.- ^..-Fawcett:"^ Any one acquainted'With; these; baost-ers win realize tK?t'the "to'jjn of, Mac-lead suffered n9!\))ieneath, as a heavy syrup drops and remains at the hottom o� a: glass ot water. In their turn the sea breezes push and stir up this mass ot cold air, lift, it .from Its Icy' bed, and .send it to cool Ame'rica. and Europe. These cold masses /jf air, as soon as they come In contact with the tepid atmosphere of the Atlantic, condense the moisture, precipitate rain, a:nd brew tempests. Thus,'by developing an accurate knowledge of tlie courses of the ice fields, by following them in the southward course, and ob-serving the phenotnenp their slow fusion in the middle o� the Atlantic, it would he possible to foretell tp a great extent, the force of the winds, the alteration and character of the seasons, and the likelihood of drought or 'wet. Wa'rnlttg against atmospheric dangers could be given, and there would be ample time to adopt such precautions as. circumstances dictated. Page i' Port Mann Is Starting to Boom PROVIDING FOR THE FAMILY Kingston, Ont., March 8.-This morning ilajor W. S. Hughes, accountant of''the Provincial penitentiary, and a brother of Hon. Col. Sam Hughes, received official ribtificattOn of his appointment as inspector , of penitentiaries at ?4,000 a'year. He will replace inspector G. W. Dawson, who is to be transferred.to-the'Department of Public Works. . . - Port Mann, B.C., March 8.-Investors in Port Mann arc now likely to reap the reward of their foresight. It is now announced that the C. N. R, will run trains out ot Port Mann within the next few mouths. Plans on a huge scale have been made for the development of the town. Work shops arc to be cohstruoted and the manu tactur'e of locomotives and car.s pro vlded for. The prospect tor the future ot Port Mann seems assured. The de velopments now to b.e started 'will involve an,expenditure of about titteen million dollars. Premier McBride has made the following statement: "I can gafely say to this house that in the building ot th^ shops and works at Port Manjn, nothing will be left undone to have the best Installation ot tire kind that the science of engineering can pTofluce." He also said: There is In British Columbia ample supplies of timber that will enter into the construction of the freight cars of the railway, and I have good auth ority for saying that it is the intention of the company to build works at Port Mann, where a great deal oE the equipment ot the railway will he turned out." The great activity of the C, N. R. in the construction of the traus-contin-ental line shows that it must reach the coast within the ne.vt year, and it follows that much of the 'work which will be required at Port Mann in anticipation of its coming will have to be accomplished within the next tew months. Rumor Plays Asquith's Vame A house to house campaign in Montreal netted the -Victorian Order ot Nurses ?10,733.09. ' March; 1(>.-The report has again been'revived that Mr. Asquith is preparing to^-eslgn the premiership, and that before long he will retire to the HouB^ of Lords. There is no doubt, that he would like to resign and get out cf the turmoil of politics, but it is just as certain tlrafc he will not give up, unless, of course, forced to do so, until the Home Rule Bill finally he-coihes - law, which, except i^or accidents, it should do in May, 1914. Mr. Asquith has pledged himself to do his best to give Ireland self-government, and besides' he is,-anxious that his name should he itientified with the accomplishment of' this measiire, as Mr. Gladstone's was with its advancement. Some bt'the proposals'of the Radical members of his Cabinet ar6 not altogether: to ,his liking, and latterly he has found it moj'e and more difficult to curb some ot them.  So that'*vlien,Home Rule becomes an accomplished tact, and -tho �^vd ot the present parliament affords the oppor-The 17th i-egiment of Kingston will I tunity, it is texpected that he will hand celebrate its semi-centennial in July.  over the reins to pome younger man. A $90,000 DIFFERENCE , lipndon, Ont, March. ,8.-Hon. Adam Beck, does not agree wHh the demand of the, Berlin council that the surplus of the hydro-electrliS"department, he hanided over to the'Xiduncil. The Berlin council has $90sO00 on the right side of the ledger, and the aldermen are anxious to contrdl the mone.v. HIGH-CLASS TAILORING ONE AGCNT in each town. REX TAILORING CO. TORONTO LIMITED THE VALET Baiiement Lethbridge Hotel Agents For Lethbridge District NEW DAYTOIJf New. Davton, Alta,, March.jj'.-r-The stork visited us on Manroh'1st,' and brought a daugiUer to Mr-, and Mrs. R. P. Atkins. ;.\ : Mr. .Jos. Preece shipped a' carload ot wheat on P'riday, March 7th.' � Mrs. ,1. Held returned oiiSaiturday, March 1st, from a tout; months'', trip to Germany. . ; , ,. Mr. ICessler was a visitor to Lethbridge, on Tuesday, ?ind|.\^ednQSday.'. Messrs. Russ and Poplit�m',-.''ot > the Alberta ,Government Telephones', 'have been busy Installing .the switchboard . In the local exchange, aind telephones^ in the village, the past few dayt. ""TliB^ ' rural lines are also being put in cont','. mission, and it is expected that .both J ; village and rural phones will be *.ift working condition in a tew davS.Mr. Flora returned on Wednesda.y from a trip to BritLsh Columbia. Geo. Whitesel came into town 'oni:', Friday from his homestead. Hans Peterson, a young Norwegian^v;'.;' structural Iron worker, became dhzy on hig first day at work at Port^e6U,i:;;;j' borne and fell sixty feet to bis death: $1,000 In Cash Given To Smokers In Alberta Qt Flor de Claro**-10c. Cigars Every Ci&jDi' Smoker in Alberto No strings tied to this offer. No coupons td^.s^ve." ^ No letters to write. No postage stamps to be sent "to pay for cost of mailing,';,' Every penny of this $i,ooo goes to'the men of AJ^BSRTA who huy and smoke "Flor deClaro", the IOC. cigar with "that fascinating flavor." IT'S ADVERTISING- PURE AND SIMPLE ; 'Phis 5fi ,cbb has nptliing whatever' to do witl; the qiiaiity of ''F^ Claro'' dgarsi The compans: appropriated it .for advertising-to ?feate a g^ppd-T^rilir-raiid to make that good-will profitable! Instead of spending $i-,ooo in pencils, ash-trays, thermometers, or other' fgipky'' triflea, we are giving the whole $i,o6o in cash to the mien of Alberta, who smoke otir cigars. WHY WE DO THIS We want quick action. We want the men of Alberta to know there is such a cigar on the market as "Flor de Claro''. We %vant thetn to try this cigar atid see for themselves just how much smoking pleasure and satisfaction can be rolled into a loc. cigar, "Flor de Claro^' I� The Blend That (ilatchea The Popular Taste All we know aboutsblending tobacco, we have .^put in* "Flor de Glaro" Cigars. For 2o years we ha-vesthdied^Qbaccos. We have ihade many trips to Cuba-^know, .the Island from east to westrrr-know wherfe each grade of Cuban tobacco comes from- know the charaeteHstics of each variety grown ij^ each province. For years, we were so busy making special brdndj to suit a definite class of smokejs, that we rather neglected the jg-�;a/;>o/�/ar c/awi So we expeiriuiehted,,with Cuban tobacco-to get,adear Havana pigar that would be ligfd and ?wVfl?,{'y,4t: havktie ^ull rich' flavor of choicest Cuban leaf. / JN SANTA CLAItA PROVINCE , .we found just the tobWcpi^^e^anted. They are grown on almost;virgia soil-a part o. sMuu iuyi>.ui|i ff.-igjfoi* sise jut �^g.oua *w�w�, :x.'on t'; Duy tne cigars on' the chanc? th^t will get $85.00 for loc. or even a'sc* for loc. Buy them because they, are just the ^ig^rs tjlat will suit your'taste. ' Let the taste'tep, ' ^ ' Iti the "Fibr dei-'Qlarb", you get the rich tropical flavor of fin^^H^vatia ioba id cash to Alberta smokers. Weare also puttitig.O)it %, itriWng, attractive posters that every smoker will a^eandofead.'^' ' ' j �We have dorifc o^,pJlt,t^ in kivjng you a cigar that at�peal3 to an intelligent mani'yrhpJJ9o,jfe % good cigar when he smokee jt-in advcrtiaitigit^tb-'bvpQfters and in aewspapers-atid By' our generous frft6�diftttji^tif"9P\0|f |tjOoo in cash. W�l you do your part, by iSupplyiftB^thft^jfliemaiid ? We don't ask you to"" '^5r.?ly^^'(^^^''5