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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE TrT^ttKIDplE DAILY HERALP^ Fagc 5 Insist IN APPRECIATION OF HIS WORK Best Friend Alberta Farmers Have SaiJJ.-R. McLean of Willow Creek ,- Macleod, March 25.-The Liberal convention held today in tha Town Hall at Macleod, was by far the ino�t enthusiaBtlc convention yet held in Southern Alherta. Over one hund-red detegates were In attendance, about, fifteen from the town, and the balance Vere farmers from all parts of O Davelopmentof Uve Stock In-' duBlryProceadmg Along -;@enea;qus Lines , DMtaiOTtqnv M.-The �: epp^fjifbfVthft;Altert*� depaitmeati^ agriculture ;'ijpye;wr'i^ -i'dapartmimV: for il 9ill iWa?: 1� ?t3bl*%''tho' ISBVil^ture: todiy by tho 7�jini6t�rcf agtiou'Wure, Hbiu DUnoan Marsbflll. \~ Tho;: report::;:�iiows ;t!hAt;: i}V.tli� of .*Sio i-^5r)!iei ijjii^hi; prtf e^s^paidi; f or >milk:: and Winntj wj^lo'^soniiqwhat �detrimental jtoi';cream�tl0�ii,%a'i5'giyen^^ jts^'are, now- mllWng more cottb toan _ jhey:/di,d^.jq?j^drj|jf>.;,,J.'-,..,,.;V'' � da^ry^^)utt8'r.'a�d fthet^e piWiitjed in BjES-J^^Se'^iMrlng tie year, is., es- - tTapffiy^^r'oWng interest ih''p^^ / .ralfflBS::M repottefd by the poultry �-iiperintepdaBt, fjener-:; the-i province, �\veeds did not give, moh;'.trouble in spring, (irops, owing to-absenee of njoisture, but were somewhat trouble-aiiine in winter wheaitsBut on : the w>file, -the giwth::of:Jveed8 -vfas not |.qu|be as,;bad las in^sonje other -years. :^EfayJng.,.;e2tpe�imentS::' with : iron' aulphate' for the dsslaruotiohoV mustard T-vSre 'agtfin oonduotsfd,' with marked'success.  . �� , Tha live stoQit ootnmissioner's "rc-fport: states that � aii -outbiwak of cdh-tagoous diseases waa reported durin'^ the year,. and .jpnerally speaking, the health of. live stookhes; beeii: good, The markets .'shoTv:;:coMStalitly rising price and; the"ioutloiok''' for- live atoot' a-t the present moment is ox-oeertingly bright. the constituency, some cominer many mlJes to b*e present. A. F.Orady, president, was in the chair, and eulogized the late Mr. Mc-Kenzle,. It was only seventeen days since the last convention. "Then we nominate'd the late Provincial Treas urer,'? he said, "who has since been called, to his reward." .Before , proceeding to the nomination, it was explained that the association, having delegated Mr. J. W. McDonald to interview the Premier to become our candidate, he had been BucoeaBfuI, and Mr. Slfton had ac cepted.,  . N'ominations ware then called for, and C(.B. McLean, of Willow Creek, nominated Premier Slfton, as the best friend the province, of Alberta has, and _th& friend-, of the farmers. .TiiiB, wasv^trongiy .se-talk over the situation, and prepare for the fight. Meetings will be held in all .parts of the riding; many prominent,i speakers will visit here, and the fight Is now on. Everyone returned honie deternitned to help make the majority for Premier, Slfton so large: that hla opponent will 'loBe his deposit. Prominent among those present at the oonvehtlon were Charles Ro�s and Blcliard Urch, of Monarch; G. Pearson, of Stond-Off; W. Turner, Hazlo-mere; A. Young, Waterton; H. Walsh, I Home, J, atenson, AUenfields; T. I Stapleton, A, Chester, McBride J-A^b; J. MoFarlane, formerly of Macleod,, but now residing in Victoria, B.C., Is visiting Macleod, and attended the convention. H. M. Hatfield, of Yarrow, is on a business trip to Macleod. Mark Drumm; the. well-known newspaper man, visited Macleod this week. 'Mayor and Mrs. Stedman are expected home about the first week in April. Acting Mayor McDonnell is very busy these days, preparing the estimates for the year, and a great deal of planning for the benefit of the town of Macleod., He is happy, however; .knowing that for all meetings dating from January 1, 1913, a fee will be paid out of the treasury. Constable W. J. Moorehead, R.N.W. M.P., has been promoted to corporal, for bravery in connection with the men whojost their Uvea atj Nanton, a tew weeks ago. W. J. GlasBv of Macleod, who Is in the employ of the Department of Agriculture, is on -a coast trip in this connection. � ^ Acting-Mayor MoDonnell, Commissioner Grady, of the Town Council; two members of the Board of Trade, two from the Agricultural Society, and ' six members : from the farmers' unions, 'Will visit Edmonton this week, and present their case to the Grain Commission, � with which they have an engagement. A great many figures, and lias been gathered, which with the many inducements offered by the town, should go a long way in landing the internal ele-vatior and inspection depot- for grain. Mr;. MoDonnell has ibeen very active in this work, and it is due to his efforts; backed by his council that thins is being accomplished.; iWorlc on the .Willow Creek bridge is progressing. They expect to have it �ready for the high water. The 'bridge at. Long -Bottomj near 'Monarch, is now far enough advanced, to he' sure o-t being ready early in" the spring. The opposition are making a groat effort to 'again Tifii} Macleod, but the farmers, who are the principal voters, will not be fooled again by voting for the man who betrayed the confidence placed in f him three years ago. .____DARLING' , LITTLE DAISY HOSIERY FOR. INFANTS AND CHILDREN NIETDEAIH ��mm." PLAY BY WINSTON OHUROHlUL'a* MOTHK'R TO'.BE-PROpOUOBD - in Glasgow: i^?r8t James Cameron, Elevator Man, was Smothered in Oat > -Bin Last Night id^eat would be conHldered neces-sary. � . � - ' ' ' �James Cameron wis 4 Scotchman having Qom'ei to Lethlsrldge about three'-years ago. He iivas living with :hls. parents on Thirteenth avenue ;South, and leaves besides two sisters .private nurses in tflie city. ,;� Deceased was a^member.of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, lodge No. 53. BliIND JOURNALIST ON . ./^^�� GLOBE JOURNEY I . .London,:?; March ,t2.-s-^ohlWht Will I^TshoV/vyhethsr or ndt'ihc-^for6'�>thftt�Joa-.,nle ' JeromeAffof jNew5SY5(wlK^^^ fat � j present she iBi-goln.giSthro^i;li..1the' teoh-i.nlcalltl-es of ae6plji.g?a^!dlVtifee-^^^^ ^ground of -deaertloc'" "'.if �' " .! .London; playgoera^arojiinmfeitsoly - in leiwted ;in:;the:vj�edUCtI6#-6f: a ,,:al::pIay:;wrlltM!.byjithS;;:^lfo^�f a;-lo^ iaar .ehanoellor.,ofi.;th�.-iBx;the inight :shlft;'.';:-fltijagp^i^ tiat Cameron; 'went to  the top > ofsfih^ elevator: to :ij^examine ;�� t'hte;!oa't J'blnjiilo; learn�:howitnearly.-empty iti%ag;^^^^^ did- inot'-appear/withinfa'. ;r�iso'n^^ time,: and;,his t'fello'w,.!-cmployeas:tt'map^| aaearolijspameron, could; n(>e;ib'e''?iaeni and on John Taylor being..:'iphonedft'o^ oome.'c he. �= ordered the ;bln. ^jemptlld'/ There:;v�reTevonly two; or, three -feet;?'Qf oats in. the''bottom, of jthe twenty-five foot-'bin,;,andrwhen the hopper>;;\yas opened;,-Cameron's' legsh.j.were'i-fo'unU protrouding], from; the ;bottom..j;;,fe|,ri3B; wa8jtakohKout;;lnto^tbejiOpen',alrS^^^ artificial f respiration; praotised''by�*!]i>r!i.i �^'���it'^i&%6iiev;ed-;^ unfort Mnate;,maa-:; hkMfalleay; oy^r ift^ edge:''of":thV':'*bin-, and^-%�hougli;,'htg body-pbo're; no'Amarks; or'J.^bi'ulBeJ^siWiln-diqate; t;hat;^h&';had been- Ipjur^etfa^ ne^'^iibV ;tii6'flo|ig; fallf'�'itfa,''CoV6r^^^^ i'Wl|T]?s;6a'ta^'i';.?wa8:Sunibla-'dtp!|k^^ / Owlng'/tq /fhe'-'abaenbei - Of 'CprtSio '!����nin'AM' w'aB ''i>nmmunicated?�'Wlcl) Canadian Hosiery for Canadian Children For the benefit of all Canadian mothers -who buy hosiery for their infants and children, the following facts are briefly stated. "Little Darling" Stockings are knitted in the largest hosiery mills in Canada. They are made of the pure Australian Lamb's Wool, itt'i+i n  j� Hygienically knitted so that, though warm, the clean fresh ..Utueuaisy air Ventilates through them. Can be obtained in the following colors-Pink, Sky Blue* Cardinal, Black, Tan and Cream. These colors are produced by stainless, sanitary dyes. "Little Darling" stockings have a dainty silken heel and toe, and yotir dealer keeps them in all sizes for children up to seven years old. "Little Daisy'* Hosiery is reinforced in the heel and toe, and comes in all ^zes for children under twelve. Your regular dealer can supply you. He vyill charge you no more than for inferior brand*. Do not accept substitutes. . . THE CHIPMAN HOLTON KNITTING CO.. LIMITED , . Hamilton ~ Canada Mills at Hamilton and "Weliand, Onl. I mmk TEACHERS .E AIMING TO SOLVE TRUE AIM IN EDUCATION-NOTED SPEAK-ERS PRESENT NO NEED OF BLAST FURNACE AND METHOD IS EXTREMLY, CHEAP , Spokane, � Wash., March 26;-Piloted ^y^his,13-year old 'Son,J..;Wi'Hayes, of RpBtundi;:Oregon, a blind;newspaper ,vwfiter;;atid author of �'^Tales' of the :Blerra8i''K8topped , in; Spokane this 4W(gefc, on the last leg � of 'a 22,000 mile -iquTBey.;- The,-blmd writer ''aiid his son; left home last May and'have jour-jineyed through 38 states alnc^. � All of *h6;,large .cities in - the .tJnlted;;.Statea an'd. ;inany3 points of - scenic ;anahlBtOr-Jcaliinterest .were visitedi � - In' ;Bpite of ;:3ilB;^great, .handicap, 'Mr,;JHayes.o ':ate4i; a?; ty.pewriter �;and';^write�i:.';all,, his .own; :artlcles. � f ^^�'^'�'��'�vw.'-' � .:.: � Edmonton; .March , 25.-The feature of the morning session of the Alberta Teachers' association was � speech by the minister of; education, Hon. J; �R'.. Boyle.;.��.�..';�;� ����.�; In outlining' the future policy of the government in regard to eduoa--tion,. .Hon/.'Mr.- Boyle assured them that it would bo on progressive lines' and he thought;;the ultimate aim of ,education/ was. to teach. the; pupils be of some practical,;,use in :the .prcn vince.   , At the afternoon;;session tW;-aHnual address was given by President ;;M(> Caig. The convention then broifo up into ,dlftorent > sections which were ad-' dressed'on-various lines. :;,,-' - sin the "evening Dean; Pakehliam ,ot (tho,Faculty of Education, 'Toronto :IJniversity','; spoke �; on,, i''What school should do tor .the boy."; - "The school is a little common-rwealth atod ;should, imbue � boys: and jigkIS'� wit'h;'the. .puhlic..;;i;spirit(V ijwith I'GAnadian; wtl7�ns'h'ip-;mto;. whioTi-thought of,wrongdoing;, shall; cut liko a knife." .....�;,:'.,,;,�.v.,,,:;. The' lecture wasispreceded' by; a- concert. �. *�,�>"�', iiiiiSii - " -y^^,a. 'C9Tnicajsa|^^ .ei,andJ4nB:vrU0^'huk7ji dreda of �millions of tonsnexlstiready'' for; 'working); into .steel ;>� ofiioxoellent." quality, without the aid of a-blastfur;: naoe,ithe. steel being prodiio^d direcb in - a single operation. -. ' f � \.." '� ' Tests have already,;;be'en',;;m�d^.;';�ti the steel so produced at'an experimental plant, and the roBults obtained are somethmg quite remarkable. By t'ho new process the saving will be enormous. In 'the first p)a:de no blast furnace is required, 'and there fore, no coke, which means an Initial j enormous saving of capital exi)endi- : ture, aa well as economy^ In produc- �: tlon, while ores can be used which, | at the present time^ bave^ no market | value, whatever. The oie. is reduced by heat obtamed.^ ' from a gas, which in 1^8 turn la l>ro. | duopd fiom slack It ib claimed,thal;^ i.^ steel can be made at one-tMrd of Breaent oloat. ' , ' * "More than two mil Ion .ilpc^ li ' horse power la, nsacL'thiou^hout Col- ^''^1 I.OTado cvery day.. ' ^ ' I The'�tokeoutteraiemvlov/d r itliug rtl>e;groave� in tbes look .ill" tf tlw' Weliand Canal for the C t'.Ka. -afci\ r.1 devloM where thjfey aua uttln. aitatU- )\ �d/ lavo atruok; ( Iri;the NortW Examine these perfected'stoclpngB or^soclwi cios'ely when'the cleric;?sho^sl^ Notice the utter' aljsencft 'of the clumsy. troublesome seams yout.h'aVe ;been vt^rxni^'"^. Hold them up.-and 8tu(j[y, how the^-hape has been knit into them-'hot the'fabnc draggLd mto shape as in all otherhpse. And then, when you wear th^m^ seeioWsnufrand neat they lit -how shape-retaining .their metiipd of manufacture ^ how/ long-wearing'';our e\clusi\e|if: knitting process makes itsure yourhosevviU^ * be-once you cease casual buymg and ^ :.''..c''K'f'.(?^Ma;,'v.,- FuUIbaliJoned SeamleaB pi >(, uuiuc ^^i^-^^fonl li .dm ait\ is lo* -ih.i d 11? $11) L U u r I j rh� I p f ill .V.4*�-, ? ' . dnic ^ ud o 1 buui U J- 111 , .  hade by 96 20 ;