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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE LBTHBRIDGE JDAILY HEKALT> ITS 100X PURE DECLINE SUBSTITUTES MOTHER FACES SERIOUS CHARGE DRY FARMING IN PALESTINE Don't wait till to-morrowl Send to-day for TOMTCD CORNFLAKES Ten Cents AARON WILL BE HERE JN PUB- LICITY CAMPAIGN To reclaim Palestine, the home of thy Juivs.'.ts the immense Uwk uudcrtaUen by Aaron AuronBohu, and an organlza- i lion of wealthy Jews from the world j over, known as the Halestim: Agrk-'i uiral Society, and thuy are soinp" io I it.ttvc, and during his trip will cover do il by dry-farming. Aaron Aaron- llu, jjjatcs of Colorado. Mexico, sp'hn is the president of the orsaniza-j Texas. lion, which has its headquarters at iiiafa. ami iilready his work has been attended with a marked degree of success. Mr. Aaronsohii will visit 1.ishbridge this -.fall, if at all pojwilitt1, coining hero ;n his .official capacity presideni of tli-e Dry-Karmiug Con- gress .for Palestine. In a letter to John T. Burns, received yesterday, Mr. Auroireolm suted thai, in addition to THOMPSON'S DEATH CAUSED SURPRISE MRS. MeGEE. WILL BE CHARGED WITH MURDERING HER SIX CHILDREN Georgetown, P. May preliminary trial of 3Irs. (.Jee, St. Mary's road, on a charge of 'her six children, begins .here today. The organs of the dead uuiiurtsii, atid samples of food ill the house, were lent to Montreal for anal- ysis. The authorities are reticeut, but it is said 'phosphorous was found In them. Mrs, McGee is said to have bought a considerable quantity of matches a abort time before the deaths occurred.; passing funeral train of the kilo Chas. M; Hays. As. Minister of i feel the lobs -Mu one of the most arid uirector ot- the Ogilvie -Mills, and withf bee Illost He the court financial interests in a number of oth-j d-ouce of all who hud to do with Ca or concerns, ihe deceased was a well j ..transportation problems, irro known figure. j spccLivo. pi' party. Uis was an out A t-able dispatch says Mr. Thomp-l personality, and his place TEXAS PRIMARIES ARE IN DOUBT Dallas, Tex.. May pre- cinct conventions Saturday, both Kepublican and Deniocratics. did not give a sure victory to any candidate. The. only other preaidsntial aspirant who secured definite advantage was 'Woodrpw Wilson. Returns give him in the county conventions tomorrow, but this majority is depend- ent upon all elected delegates attend- ing aud. the further contingency that they do not change: their votes. Returns are not. complete, i From many counties no. returns, will i he made until they; are announced in' tomorrow's convention. I I being present personally. "1 shall also have tlie pfeasure to exhibit the dif- ferent products from our new experi- mental fields, and explain the success of dry-farming in our country." Palestine i: countries in tho world, in which ag- ricultural pursuits arc followed, but the recent, movement io get the Jews back to their native land, and there to 'each, agricultural methods adapted to the country, has caused an awaken- ing among ttie loyal Jews the world over, with the result that they art- flocking back to the homes of their birth. The presence here of Mr. Aaronsohn i at the time of the Congress will have to do wirh making th-c Congress an international affair, and incidental- ly will add one more country to the list ot" nations already affiliated with the big organisation. :MONTREAL GRIEVED OVER DEATH OF CAPABLE MAN- WELL KNOWN IN WEST, May of the death of R W. Thompson ciimo as a great shock here, where, us managing WILL BE BURIED AT PORT ROWAN ARRANGEMENTS FOR FUNERAL OF MR. LATE COL- LEAGUES WILL ATTEND Ottawa. Mu.v meet ing of tin Kailway Commission, which was U: Jiave liern hyld today, hat; been post petted, on. accouui 01" the death ol -.rare s HI down for hearing will in nil pro liability eonio up nest session, May m. I J'A ivy Scott. Prof. McLean. -Dr. 'Mills, ami A. tf. (.toodevc. together with the heady of the various depnrtmeiits. will leavo tonight by (he P. U. -'or Tory mo. ami will accom- pany tho fuuenil train to Port Rowan, i he old homo of Aliibee. where. imt'riiioiU will tatie plane. Mr. Coctirane's Tribute Newcastle, II., Mny Air. t'ochrane has sent tlio following mes- sage, to Judge Mabee's secretary: "By a sad colncidinice your mes- sage informing me 01' Judge -.Mabee's, death was handed tu me while waiting ;mpa siding at Haihurst, pennii SUPT. WILSON IN TORONTO TIMES TOO PROSPEROUS TO GET MANY NEW MEN FOR tFORCE (Toronto Telegram) "I will ttiltf 100 met) from Toronto if I can get the ri'sht stump, biit I am afraid times are too prosperous here. J.r.vy J.eou nti over West- ern tho past three weeks and found men very Tho Itoyul Northwest .Mutinied Po- lice force is badly in need of a atreng- thoniny contingent, itud Simerintdnil- ent .1. Wilson, in command of the LetUbridgu district, has quartered at ihe Queen's hotel, Toronto, for Ihrye days to enlist men of.good physique, good character, and who come well recommended. As soon as ihe suiwr- uioudout opened hiy bureau at cloven o'clock today two Im- migrants'of recent daif, stopped In expressed their desire to become! units of the famous force. "I could get lots of Supt. Wilson to ihe Tu ''but we John T. Burns, ivho has been mak- ing .in extensive trip through the States -Tor the purpose of interviewing the passenger traffic organizations. to Lethbridge in Octo- ber, is expected to relurn next Sun- day, and during the week there will be a conference here which will be at- tended by Hon. DUUCMII Marshall. Oeo. Harcouri, C, B. Hctehkiss r.r.-d Morgan. At. this meeting nil the de- tails for the field work to be done throughout the States in with the Congress, will be worked out. C. S.; Hotchkips be the first- to sou. who hiKl been in England some little time, with his wife and daugh- ters, was taken ill last evening with acuta indigestion, which affected the huart's action. Dr. Osier, the famous Canadian, had seen him during the day, and reported his condition favorable, and the end was, therefore, very sudden. Dr. -Mackenzie, the heart specialist, was called in, but his efforts and those j of Dr. Osier, were unavailing, and Mr. Thompson passed away shortly a-rter eight o'clock toda known throughout which he visited at least once a was well- Western .Canada, WILL ERECT NEW BUILDINGS Vancouver, B. C., .May Oommfffcifu Travellers' Association 1ms decided to erect an office building in Vancouver: to be used us a Travel- lers' heaflfitiarters. it will .000, and in design will be similar to one in Winnipeg. C 1 Who is Your Customer? 1TAVE you ever met your real customer? Have your salesmen a speaking ac- quaintance with him? Have you told him about the merits of your product? Have you explained why he should give your goods the preference Have you done any- thing to stimulate his desire for your goods? .In'short, have you made any .attempt whatever to sell your goods to him? 1st a tiding personality, and will, be difficult to fill." Judge Teetzel Pays Tribute Toronto. Ont., .May met here .yesterday afternoon." said Mr. Justice Toeuel, in ihe non-jury assize court this morning, our dear Justice .Mabee, has passed away. By his death hie family and friends have' sustained an irreparable loss. U is nothing less than a calam- ity. It has been said that, he had great ability and success iu werfonu- ing his duties.. As one who had an acquaintance with him for more than twenty years, and who appreciated not only his great abilities, but- jilso his kindness of heart, 1 say that tab much cannot be said of our departed, friend. He was the apple oC his d-ear old she worshipped the ground he walked on. No son was ev- er so dear to a mother. With ail his great Qualities of head, which won the admiration of .His comrades at tho- iBar and on thy Bench, and the ueople' of tue countryrgeherally. they were in no sense .superior-to the admirable qualities of his' heart." "Most you say. "Every dealer in Canada is known to our trav- tlere, and wo certainly wouldn't pay a salesman who .cbuldn't.'iel! our cus- tomers all------" One minute, please. The dealer isn't your customer. He's simply a part of your.Bales organization, and a'decidedly independent part of it at that. He is distributor for other con- cerns in whose goods lie is just aa much interested as he is in yours. And he isn't particularly interested in your product, any more than in your competitors'. The dealer realizes that he can serve six who order their goods by- a well-known trade name as quickly as he can serve one to whom he has to demonstrate that a product is good. Your real cmiomer is the the 1'ublic who wears your cuts your pickles, uses your safety razor. You've got to sell your goods to the Public. tho user wants your goocln and won't take any are indeiwmlpnt of all but him, your real customer. To make the user want your goods, you must do two things: (I) Produce an article of value. Tell him whaf. you make, and why he should prefer it. Thai's advertising. When are the makers of piano ac- tions, for fxumplc, going to discover that they do not know their real cus- tomers; and, wlml is wowe, that their real customers do not know them? So the public have to buy pianos in. blind ignorance of the quality of the most important mechanical part of the piano. What is it going to be worth to the piano-action maker who first discovers that his real customer is the Public, and not the piano manufacturer who incorporates tho action into the com- plete instrument? CORNELL 10 GET OVEf ESTATE o FLATE'GOLDWIN SMITH PROVES TO BE A VALUABLE P "Toronto, May of the' estate of the late Dr. Goldwin Smith1 has been completed. Cornell Univer- sity, tho residuary .legatee, will re- ceive approximately' The estate was originally valued at but owing to the increased value in securities it is Legacies amounting to were paid, and also the expense of.-keeping be Smith's: residence, open for eight mouths. Corn-el! will receive the following: Stocks in. the bonds. mortgages, i cash, bonds, 512.000.! a high standard ami the kind of men we wish to get are hard to find "Does thfi pay offer no .'raked the reporter. "Well, they are not badly off iu that regard, but it is by no a money-making proposition. A con- stable starts' iu at 75 cents a day and everything: found; that hi.' he gets clothing, food and lodging. If he lias any qualifications for special work he gets more. The maximum for a con- stable In the ranks is ?l a day. It is the'life that continued the superintendent. "U is a fine life for a man who has a taste for ic. There is a good deal of variety about it, too. "The engagement is for three years and a term with the police is the best possible way for a man to get to know the western country. It. is a good ex- ice and he must learn i[ ho has got anything in him at all. The re- cruits are flrst of all taken to the headquarters at Regina, where they undergo from four to six months' training. They are then allotted to different districts." "From what source do most your recruits come? Arc they mostly Caii- idian "Where you get most of your inilitiames wns Supt. Wilson's interrogatory reply. "The military spirit is born in the Englishman and the life appeals to him. They are also more amenable to discipline. We have, all English speaking nationalities re: presented, -but we don't get many Can- adian THE SAME CARE TAKEN IN ALL Blue Ribbon Products all have the same high reputation for fine quality and real, dependiibtR goodness. They are made of choicest ma- terials and with the utmost care. They, are PURE FOOD through .and through. They will pi-ove their value to you If you will once use them; FOR CAR BARNS1 K'OSEMEAD JOHN J.' ASTOR'S WILL Jdoice wgWi'ng your oJvtrtijing problems it avaiiabk through any recognized Canadian advertising agency, or through th: Secretory ofttttCanadian PressAssoctation, Room 503 Lttmsdfti g-, Toronto. Enquiry invohfs no obligation en your if provisions of John Jacob Asior's will have just been announced by his lawyers, and It is clear that the'Colonel has .cared for. Vincent Astor, wWcomes of this year, is made; the principal beneficiary, arid legatee. The young widow receives while the Colonel's young Muriel, child 'of his former wife, also receives a like amount. Five million dollars is Iwiueatiled to the expected posthumous child of the pre- sent widow. NQ provision is made tor Colonel Amor's wife, who divorced him. If ilu> young widow dies or mar- ries again, she will lose the trust fund, together with other pro'j perly. It is estimated that .the. Astor fortune will be in the neighbor-; hood ot' Mrs; CreightoJi and son Charlea and Airs. Armstrong of Yetwood spent Sunday at J. Orr's. Messrs.' Charter and Jlnrks made a trip fo the Belly River after trees for spring planting. It -makes uo think of the pioneer days our grandfathers tell about to see oim neighbors go out armed with monkey-wrenches, whips, etc., which was a scene witnessed the other dny H Ellismere district. H-ev. Neville oE'Carniahgay held ,'ices at last Sunday, -Mr. An- derson taking his place In Carman- gay. Several of the neighbors 'snent a pleasant evening at -Archambios Sun- day in .honor of -Mr. Arnhambios' birth day. A dainty dinner was served in- cluding ice cream. Mr. Archambios having put up ice for the sunimer. Those present were: Mr. and MTS. Creighton, Mrs. Mr... and Mrs. Wieat; Orr and "wife, and E. J. has moved liis house to the outside of the section an dla build ing an addition. Mrs. Graff, a sister of Mrs. Dickson, arrived from Edmonton- recently to join her husband here, tend to make their- home Cor the pre- 'Mr. Grflff will take charge of Mr. Mills; well driller. The pound masters are kept .pretty busy these days, the country being full" of stray stock. People should bo more oaroful about letting t.heir stock run as it only -Inconveniences, them- sel Owing to Steel Ijcing'U quired- Without Delay, Council Didn't Follow Principle of for Before the Council tame iu order this afternoon, tin Hu'ormai session of the committee of .the whole was held, 1'or the purpose of considering ii pro- position of Sii.ut, Reid's, for arrang- ing for supply of steel for the car barns. According to the Superintend- ent, the plans hays been delayed in preparation because of in obtaining .specifi- cations of the steel. Me did not think that if the city, were to call for ten- ders for this steel supply in tlio us- ual way, they would be able'to supply it in time to have tho barns erected when the rest of the system is ready .for operation. The. Wisconsin Sleef and; Iron Works, which supplied the steel for the f power house addition, through. Smith Bros, and Wilson, have had au engineer On the ground, for some time. He has obtained all tho necessary measurements, and IB prepared to lay down the steel here, freight; and duty- paid, for a total of or about 5 cents iier pound. This is one cent loss than .the jmee ot' ,tlie steol for the power house addition. Supt. Held stated that tho only came before the Council wasibecauBe !u let- ting this contract without calling for they list guTsmlng them selves according to tho rules set down for the awarding of contracts... How- ever, iu order to get-the ate-ol here in. the Council.agreed to Waive the rules, and award the contract to the Wisconsin Steel and Iron Works, at COURT OF REVISION ON ASSESSMENT lves as well as their neighbors. j [larry Davis w-avs married recently in meeting his Ilancec there j shortly, before the reremony. The _ bride wns -formerly of Qniario, having FINEST OFFICE IN THE WORLD Known Mr. Davis bofnro he came to It'Will Be in a Skyscraper and After tlio rain of last Tuesday nuinf pied by J, P. Morgan Xew York. May the last-day of this month, the flnoBt, costliest and most beautiful private office in the world bo opened on the JJlst storey of the Hankers' Trust Company building, jit Wulj and Nassau Its floors-will be of tctikwood, in- laid with ebony. Its-surfaces and ceiling moldings will be of the same precious wood. On the walls will hang painting-s by old masters oi' Eur- ope. On. the floors.- will repose the handsomest specimens of the oriental rug-makers' arl. There will be no name on the door, but H will bo the office of J. Picrpont Morgan. EASY FOR THIS M. D. Brown of Owen Sound plead- ed Riiilty to a cbarse. of procuring an iltcgul but wag.committed In the pare of friends, to undorgo trontniem. of the farmers are weaving one of those smiles that won't come off, and losing some of their faith in Mr. predictions. ftaln began io fall about 3.30 a.m. and fell steadily until 3 p.m. Mrs. Albert Jones has .been on the sick list for the past -veck. but Is on the mend now. Seed Potatoes Early Ohio's, specially picked, at per ton Thi Bentley Co.; limited MR. WHITNEY GOT VALUATION OF'FARM REDUCED TO AN ACRE Court of --revision, pt the school as- sessment this afternoon, be- lore the Council came to order, D. seusa- against the assess- ment of his farm at He-said that the, assessor was evidently trying to on ii speculative valuation, When Jiis farm was first assessed it was valued at an acre. ''Every time-'a new. subdivision-was put on the price wns jump- ed ?Uf> to per acre. Last was asseysed at This year it has .iiniiiK-il !o That is out of all pionoviioji ior Tarm lands used for that io my farm lor farm '.the valuation is out. of proportion to its value as (arm Intnl." Aid. Bowman1 the case'was similar to the big fight over the as- sessment in GnlgarjYwheti a'Supreme. Court judge held that laud used, for farm purposes must be assessed atthe j same -valuation as the adjoining-pro-j [-erty. j MivAVhitney objected, on the ground that hfe '''arm w'is'- the beauty ispcits of t.h-s coiiununity, whereas division is being allowed to grow magnificent, weed patches. One hundred and fifty, dollars per acre would be considered a fair "assessment, to all; concerned. Land in the same terMou. as his t'arfu is asaeaswl at per-.acre, WMtney also said tlial thu high assessment of some of the uiarhet garden triiotH has driven.these J truck farmers" furlhcr out, their land) "noing. bought 'up for sjieculutive pur- poses. When-discussed in committee. Aid. Ashcroft "'thought thai, something should be done, to encourage the' im- provement of.farms close to tha city, suggeated" that it be'assessed on the same basis as (lie other property tn the same: section, Ihe land in question: was assessed at per acie, year, Aid. Skeiih moved that the assessment ,bc reduted from per acre to total reduction of The' following is-ihe result court of! revision dellberationfi; I A. II. Harrietl, loo high. Krni.ih' loo low, raised Mrs. Jas. H. tlroen, too high, Matt Logan i too high, reduced AK'Xahb, too high, conifrhiLMl. Glms. Peacock, loo high, confirnJerL ,H. Ilosair-f, too Matt too high, con! pd. ,1. Vnlr. too high, rcflucod .hio. Xubah, too hiyh, rcducetl D. ,T. Whitney, 'too high, reduced to acre. about ESTATE M Calgary, May' Six months' im- prisonment with, hard labor was the sentence passed: -yesterday afternoon, by police magistrate Saunders on Chas. E. Hoffman, a real estate operator, who was arrested some days ago on a 'charge -Prom tho evidence at the I rial it ap- jieira that the accuBPd, to get- rich, quick, was not satisfied wiiii tli'o or- dinary commission, but sacrificed "attests of the man'Ghint, tor whom lie was acting as agent. In brief, the facts of i.iie case are that he sold a piece oil-property to W. Grunt for 00, tluic UH; WUB imying'-fliat om'int lor a, iVhen in reality ho paid only CALL GALT PASTOR St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, the Soo, has rnlled Rev. U, U. prit- chnrd, of Gait. v A II is stated that the convicts whfc escap-sd from LIioKingston .poniten- tiarj iifjarej the Dr. Phclau only because tb'oy know his kindness o prisoner. IT IS It takes over two 'of p re pn ratio n mid ageing to gnu. Uolbrook's Wurcostorsliirc Sauco il'.s full, rioli, 111 u How flavor. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE ;