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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 Till-: LKTlTimTDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, May 1, A BREAKFAST IN CEYLON II would not briny you a more delicious cup. of lea than you may have at 'your own'table by uiirtf I! It !i the world's choicest tea, at its finest hill-grown sealed lend packets. CLACK, GREEN or MIXED MINER CRUSHED BENEATH COAL HE of realize W ire eat. Tlte fact Urn we salt i meats brcait, cake the iiniJQrtanec of usiiit absolutely pure SHE we are luitip Wl.NT SAI.T nml no one couhl untie me there any better salt in tlicwbole than my old standby OLD TIMER HAS GONE TO REWARD WM, GIBSON PASSED AWAY ON STANDING IN PINCHER SCHOOLS Pineher Creek. Aim.. April Glass, of Stimmerview district, an old-timer in AVestern Canada, pass ed away this morning. a sevtre illness. JJeceased underwent an op- eration at Lethbtridge hospital a short time 'ago, and liis constitution not aWe to rally from the efferts. Mr. Glass came many years ago from near Quebec city and in Manitoba In the Uelnioiif- district. Five years ACCIDENT -AT MACGILLIVRAY SCHOOL GETS UNIQUE COLLECTION C'' Ajiril Hnrncy, a miner employed with the iMaeGilHvniy Creek and Coke t-'o.. wan injured afternoon by llio -.'ailing of a muss of coal. The unfortunate man was conveyed to UK> hospital, where Dr. I'oner is attending him. It has been ascertained that he is suffering from several fractured ribs, as well as internal injuries of a more or leys serious nature. The Oolemnn football team will play a practice gaine with BUiirmore tw- morrow night on the Colenmn field'. The first league ganie is played on Simrnltiv at Coal Creek, The first j I home gamy is on May 24. Tho suggestion has been made that the eastbomid train, wbioh arrives Lethhrldse at p.m., should afford it mail service to all towns along ihe Crow'-j Nest route. Taking this town ay an illustration of the pressing need for a mare freiiiifiu mall service, closed for the West at a.m., and for ilie Kast at S p.m.JJ'his DETAILS OF THE LOAN SCHEME DSOR TABU SALT TORY CANDIDATE QUITS Davidson, Sask.. April I Miller, of Bladwortli, who was nomin- ated sortie time as Conservativ to contest Arm River stiiuency hi the next provincial elec- tions, has rerireil from the contest. Several reasons have Seen advanced for hits retirement. It is known, how ever, that for some time past Mr. Mill- the light ami has therefore decided to Creek loses in Air Kobbiro yuit the field. COWAN'S PERFECTION Cowan's seems to hit the right spot. It is a great husky young- ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious n go he came to Pineher Creek. lie j leaves behind him his widow and a j family of sons and three diiushters. The funeral will be held oil Thursday. A. Rohbins. who has curried on j a livery business in-Pineher Ciiv and in this toxvu.-i'or sonre six years, re- moving to Ulairmore. Mr. Hobbins some time ago disposed of his bus! ness here to J. Clmput. Me is build- ing1 a residence' and an titttomobile garage at Ulairmore, and will remove P i i cit- izen, and one who has always taken a lively and intelligent "Interest in the welfare of the town. At present he is a member of the.School Board, which will be deprived of a useful trustee, The t j Ap-il of enables citizens and especially busi- ness men to send out an-d to receive only oiMj'mail par dny. For points this might be sufficient, but for points .Oast it is inadequate. And since both are involved one Jet there be a uinil service on tlie oth er local trains L'ost and West. If department whose energy is spending itself, in axe-swinging would devote more time aiKlatteutiou to perfecting its service, it would deserve a large amount of gratitude, which must for the present be withheld. Colemau Public school Is tUe reci- pient of a valuable collection of min- erals from the Department of Mines brunch of the Geological Survey. The collection, which numbers 150 speci meus. suitably classified, in a band- some oak cabinet, is at once unique arid valuable, and forms a decided ac- j qnisilion to the already well furnish- ed equipment of the school. It is also a tribute to the high standing of the institution, as only schools carrying on instruction of a certain grade ab- ove miblic si-hooi ave eligible to re- ceive this collection. HOW C. P. R. WILL GIVE WORTHY FARMERS ft START IN LIFE Chicago, April successful American tenant farmor with a family who has beep Ihe backbone 'of the solid, substantial growth oi the United Stales, is Mug easorly by Ca- nada. The Canadian Pacific railway U so ijtfr for him, needs him so badly to help turn the rich soil along UH right way into productive farming In that 'it. will 'sell him it fivrm on 'he kind of terms and then loan him cash with'which to yet a proper start in his new home. Tho company has appropriated to be spest that way this year, next and annually 1 hereafter until tho available lands arc gone. For Married Men Only None but married men who have been successful as tenants in this country will be accorded this privilege all such may it until th appropriation has been exhausted. J. S. Dennis, assistant to tho ill dent, of the company, yesterday mad TRIAL OF NOTORIOUS ALLENS Wvtbeville. May twelv public the.terms of the proposal. Ii outlining the scope of the project h Jean Sharp, f S 14 I Hi'.c I )o Llfcie Trick Grade Dcnpster 7'S SonrhttOrthv M John flraj Jack. Hodkius, .54.92; Edna Scho- leld 4i XS -Vhce Heirdon 4o fi Marj DoLbie 4-132 D tUd McTein 4 5 DEMONSTRATION FARMS I It ia one of the plan tint iccepted jurors In the the i.. -----_. J......___................ tilt fai n-ei building done I the same nnd uith the sime economies as the C in idun Pa fific employs in a wholesale way in oh the 'ready-made' farms for English settlers, but the farmer and" his family will li-a paid cash wages at the current rates for his own labor on 'The 52.000 loans will be used to p ij for tht "encmg the farm, and putting down a well and cultivating and cropping at least SO acres. The successful; applicants un- der this plan having shown thai thei are married .men with families actual- ly engaged in farming a rented farm, thai, they own free of encumbrance, sufficient furniture, horses, cows livestock and farm, implements, to en- able them to go into immediit-e otcii or the larm and that have sufficient, after making- the payment of one-tenth on the purchase initioi of to complete thp i jiu for tht irial of Houi VHeti w is Lontmued It expected that the uin is tho standing for! leumred be secured be senior grades in the unui the was er ihe defence j ins thp right to stiike tour mines The prisoner is one of the leadeis of the gang Liat killed the judge, sher Iff probccutina; Utornej a. juroi ind a spectator in the Carroll county courthons-e on March 14. -He is being tried first for murder of the common- wealth's attorney Foster, He is un- der indictment for all of the killings, and his sons, Claude and Victor, and his nephews. Fvlel Allen, Sidna Ed- wards, and -Byrtl Marion, are in jail here, awaiting trial on the same .char- ges. PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION Barnet Refrigerator FRIDAY, MAY 3 POPULATION OF RENFREW iS iOG4 "enfrew; April O'Snllivan, the town assessor .for stated H The iauds committee of the Commis- sion of Conservation will start a num ber of demoustration -farms in Canada this year. One farm will be selected in each district where the agricultural survey work was conducted last year for the purpose of putting iiuo actual practice the best: and moat profitable farm methods Cor that locality. The fanners in ihe districts visited last year may look forward .to :i visit in the near future from P. C. Nunnick, agriculturist to the commission, and John FLvter, agricultural demonstrator in connection with this work. few days ago that the assessment rolls this year show Hie population of Ken- rew to be 4004. an increase of nearly four year's rolls. hundred froiu" last LANG MAN NAMED Bunch Snsk >pnl Libei'als of the constituency Willow Bunch have nominated Samuel Wright of Lang for the legislature. of the farm to "support their families for year, will be able to s-ecure the CONTRACTOR DEAD John Conn p u ing contractor Windsor, Is dead, aged 50. FLOUR More bread and bread" Makes just the kind of biscuits you like to make at once. Will Be Added to Land's Cost The amount ..will-be added to the cost price of the'land, and able during the. period of ten years with .six per cent, interest, which is payable annually 'In many of the .'middle.states, par- tlculftih Illinois inc! MicI igan, there are a large number, of farmers who pay rrom ?S to ?1H per acre per annum for farms, have good equipment and valuable agricultural experience, 'As a class, these renters have not much capital, have large and are unable to take advantage of the] cheap land in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and after th-ey have paid the first instalment on the pur chase, they have ..not enough left to provide buildings to house their fam- a and stock. Nevertheless, these men will prove most successful, we be Heve. in the western 'provinces, ;im! for that reason the plan has been ad- opi-ad of i loaning them the .necessary capital. We cordially invite all interested to come arid see for yourselves. At 10 o'clock on Friday morning, we will nave a local doctor open re- frigerator, after it Las been closed for 24 hours. We will place in bin on Thursday morning, onions, fish, meat, cigars, matches and butter. Here Are a Few Local Their Opinion L. L. Asquith, Esq., T. B. Dunham, Esq., J. D. Higinboth- am, Esq., J. Morgan, Esq., G. R. Tinning, H ayr Co. SAYS SIR JAMES 'oronto, May James Whit- nej scouts fhe idea contained in a m mor that he will be the next Lieuten- ant-Governor of the Province, suc- Sir John Gibson. When Raked by The Globe if theie 'vas ajivth'ng in the report, the Mlnlst-ei laughed., and added: "There is no pofi- sfbility of my ever being Lieutenant- Governor. FOB SALE BY UEO.KEfil! Ireis urev John T. Burns, G1." the Dry-Farm- ing Cotigiess hell conference with Denee-n HsL m Spring tied Illinois the outcome of was that the governor promised his h-aartie'st co-operation in securing a vpry large representation at the Con- gress and also an exhibit of products of the state grown-.under dry-farminj conditions. Governor Deneen, being attend because of tne buiii- ness just before election in the states, will appoint'a personal repreaeritative and be urgp (he bankers have (alien up the propaganda of re- deeming worn-out soils and; reducing: the to take.a spec- ial ipteiest m tlu clij-farmmg ment, realizing tlial upon this mod- ern'method of cultivation and consei ration of.moisture depends to extent (he hope of the-cost of living. EX-R.N.W.M.P, DEAD Kredcricton, N. B., April Winter, Hftpnty sheriff of the county Jail. at his', rfishlence this ifternoou of heart failure. lie served .sit years in the North-West Mounted police, chic-fly In Yukon, hut resigned five years ago. NEW FIELD BATTERY Belleville will'have a field battery. I ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR It lias that delicious ".swecl clean" taste when baked That suits tho innocent palate of the child. A child knowa what is best'by Instinct. All children like this flour. Try a sack thu kiddles Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MIUS AT LETHBRIOOE, RAYMOND AND MAGBATH ;