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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD May S, I There is nothing like a "Tea Pot" test at your own table to prove its sterling worth "SALADA" TEA "Always and Easily the Best" GREEN, or MIXED. Airtifht Only i M GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR THE EXHIBITION "tSTHtTi-ir-... transparent aod perfect the cjysUls -Mikliur like tittle tkeydiimNe DSOR SALT JAILOR CHARGED WITH BIG THEFT I.os Angeles, Cal., marine the cruiser ar- today, charged with hiving rob Aed-IWrs. Philander C. Knox, wife of SecretarjYof State, oi diamonds Sallied more than f; itt WELL WORTH KNOWING There are many imitations of Kel- logl'E Toasted Corn Flakes.. None of ihem the genuine. Look for the Signature vand he sure of satisfaction. .today. Hci Sines Lump, Mine Bun or Screening, by ton or carloai lots. PHONE 1471. c, o, a Electric Fixtures I, .Shades and General Repairs W. L MctaiziB Bo. CLECTRICIANt ?M Srd W7 Furnace Work IS OUR SPECIALTY AND WE DO.NOT PRETEND TO INSTALL A DOZEN DIF- FERENT OF HEATING AND 'GUARAN- TEE THEM ALL. The Western smithing Co. St. S. Phtne 1274 PAKKKK'S SHOW WHOLK TIT Interest In the Many AttTactionsr-City Band Benefits Are you bored? Do you somfi- thiiiK lo nnutse. you? Have you de- cided 'tliiit H carnival holds no charms for you? Did you say to yourself quite naturally last be un- to us for (here's a carnival coining to Did you do a number of other things to show your disgust at former such attraction- and vow you would never he caught near one again? WelK then go and see the big show tonight, witness the hind of stuff the Parker folks offer and the stuff's all off. Because you wiH cease to be board, you'will find plenty to amuse you, you will come to tlie conclusion lhat a carnival under thfe name of Parker is twice as far ae any other. You will say at least, that if you go before Saturday night: and deport yourself properly you won't be glad .you went. "Take V-from who lias been The Parker shows or attractions are aa good as any of the City amusement parks have. The crowds orderly, oi good class, and interested .chiefly In seeing some of the really meritorious acts behind .the: mysterious painted flapping canvas., Moreover, evpn the'outside looks good.1' Everything is clean and bright. The nierry-gp-roiind, ferHs wheel and. other sucii animated beckon with lights, music and motions and from. the far side of them float j savory odors and hoiesoe.J pn piinun i savory odors of hot waffles, weiner- witrsts, sandwiches and popcorn, and if you get the true carnival spirit of "Intemperance" if such it can he "ailed .nprtaijly the only kind indulge in "on the grounds. Everywhere you can see the-lights, more lights than you ever seen at. a carnival before, aiul they add to (he gay scene. The company has two gen- erating plants of its own and lights ooze onto the interesting crowds. The best of all -the shows are such good do .you say? Hut the :company spends eight thousand dollars a .week and has over one himdred thousand dollars invest- ed and keeps, over three hundred peo- ple employed in the effort (o change your mind about carnivals. This larnival at least, ,so capitulation to Park'er charms. IK surely no disgrace. Tlie entire carnival is .clean. This fact stands out and makes it as worthy of.boquets :as the sweet girl grad- uate. Crowds were big .last night and do- ing the shows with a- vengeance. There were no "sold" crowds issuing from the tents at any time. Directors Enthusiastic Over Prospers for the Show Vet "I.cthbrMge "'111 (tils year have ilu host lair of ifs history." So said.'. W. McNichol. the hard-work-in; aucrulary of that body this morning. The same thing 'has been said ll mW V.c.i.1. C.W C... thi >nd uiliac witk tk< rfunble. Konomkil M-L PL AT WALL COLORS. 1< rif ht tar Brtwtie etencil tfftcu. Sanderson Hart Late Latimer H.ft year, which will add 'greatly to the beauty and accommodation of tho grounds; the city will erect a large, potiltiy exhibition building, an admhl-'j Istratlon building, several new and a fine entrance Ciiy Archi- tect. Meech is at present busy working on mans tor i'uese buiiuiiiss, aliii it is understood that the same style of architecture will be followed i as that on the main hail, which .has many complimentary remarks from visitors 'from every part of the coun- try. This .will keep the grounds and) blllldlnll uniform lu and will follow out the plans adopted by Iliu city when the now llonderiou Park lair grounds were first under- Bui It Is not only In the ground! and buildings that an Improvement In tho Ucthbridgc fail' 'over that of hut year be noticeable. Mr. .McNlcol has already closed contracts for the vauile vllle features, .which will be blgfier and twttor than ever before. Last year the attractions of this' nature were rather a .disappointment to the fair management. This year the at- tractions are all guaranteed to be of a high class order. There is a rumor lo the effect that the management .is at present negotiating for nn attrac- tion, which. If landed. be tlie means of bringing hundreds of people to the city to witness that alone. Tlie new racing circuit Is also bound to prove a great drawing card, and already the city lias received much desirable publicity from the fact lhat Lethbridge occupies a place on the calendar of the Western Can- ada Racing Circuit. There will be con- tinuous racing from June 15 to August on this circuit, and Lethbridge is assured of the best programme of rac- es ever pulled off here. Due feitture of the races will be that there will be an official starter with the circuit who lias had wide experience on the Am- erican side, and the races will be pull- ed off.in a clean and classy manner, which -will make them worth watch- g. The -fairs also are arranged to suit the racing dates, so that the big exhib- itors of cattle and horses, will be able to follow the -western fairs witli less Expense than usual, thus ensuring the-.very best kind of exhibits in the live stock classes, which it would be possible to get together in the West. The premium list is also coming in for more than a little attention from the fair management, and Secretary 'McKicol announced this morning that already several valuable premium cups havs been .offered for various'classes. The prize list will be large, and there will be moraspecial ev eiv so esiicsiticn or the big fair will be the most at- tractive presented in Southern Alberta. No Pvpeuse will be and there is no-doubt that the Leth- bridge fair this year will he just a lit- tle better than ever, before. C.P.R. WILL SELL THE CITY TWO CARS OF TIES Contractors Full Down Badly in Gelling; Stuff llere on Time Stlpt. Reid of the street railway sys- tem appeared before the city council yesterday afternoon complaining- about the delay in the arrival or the ties being'supplied by.Krhgsley Bros, from Washington. He blamed both the contractors tln-r' p- for delay. When leaving ihe factory near- ly two weeks ago. the sixth car was just being shipped out of the yard. So far only four cars have arrived. In order not to delay the work, Mr. Reid asked that he be allowed to pur- chase two cars. of ties from the C. P. R. Suut. Cameron'of Medicine Hal. has intimated that he will allow the ,city to buy two cars from the company's stock and Superintendent Reid thought they .coiild be'used to advantage in. .the Hendej-son Park division of -the road. The council agreed to the purchase, and the ties will be supplied it once, so lhaj there should he no further1 delay in the work of laying the track. Good work is being done by the track laying department. The track on Sixth Avenue is now .ballasted, while on Fifih Street Soiith the Bit- Co. this morning started work laying the. cement ballast and .sub- base before paving on that s'treet. Other city work is.alsb being push- ed. Yesterday iMarijuette and OFFICIAL MEETING OF WESLEY CHURCH Owing to the'incompletioii of the "church anndal reports, whirh were to have been presented at'the meeting of the official board o-! Wes- ley Church, held last evening, decided to hold another meeting on Tuesday evening next at 8 o'clock, when II Is expected all the business wil! he cleaned up. 0. 0. Austin way appointed a .dele- gate from Wesley Church to the'l.eth- bridge district meeting, which will he held in Carmangay on May 21 au-J 2'J. M. K. Kaake .was appointed as alter- nate delegate. The annual meeting of the church was fixed'for June and the ballot of the congregation for (he. .eleciloif. of their represenlatlvea on the board will take placevo.n Juno 16. KELLER SQUEEZED THROUGH SI. Herbert. I'. Keller, of St. Paul, wag re-elected yes- terday hy the font hundred and tweiiiyiWee ;voles over Otto llremnier, his democratic oppo- nent. Tho vole Keller, urcinmcr, wright. who i were''awarded the con- tract for'the grading'ito he-done this year, signed their contract, and stated they would immediately ship their outfit from .Bassano to Leth- hndge in order to hegiu work as early as possible. This will add another big gang of men to tile pay rolls of the city. The city will this year do its own work on the sanitation sewer con- tracts. That was practically decided at yesterday's meeting of the council. The work-wm tic in charge of En- gineer Blauchard, who will put on a separate, of, jiien as soon as the changes in the water system, made necessary on account-of the paving' are finished, and, do.the work as if It were under separate contract It is likely also that as soon as the W. I. Gray C. completes its contract for the high pressure water system, they will start work on the storm sewer system which is to he con- structed in North Lethbridge this year at a cost of SU.OOO. Air the work is proceeding so rapid- ly that the city engineer said this morning that at the present rate-many of the contracts will be completed by July or August, while last year only a'good start was July 1st rolled round. Better Profits" is title of a new Bur- roughs book ori Scientific Management in the He- tail business. It tells the Principles by which the most suc- cessful Retailers have cut out the wastes and .losses, and multiplied their pro- fits. It. shows how chain stores, with cut prices make money while driv- ing the little follow out of business. :The manager or any Re- tail atore cart get one copy without charge, or obliga- tion by asking for it on his own letterhead. Others can get a or money. lirrwfln Mi] McMitCi.' C. W. Hljoin., .Mjnijtr, 317 Kinnedy St., Winnipeg Man. "IMPOSSIBLE TO HEIPMYKIEYS" Until I Usid "Fniit-a-tiws" WirMs Gfiitist Kidney Cure Practically everybody in Toronto knows Professor J: F. Davis. For years, of that city has taken lessoni from Prof. Dtvii in the art of Dancing and Deportment. His constant activity gradually weak. cited his Kidneys, which calamity threatened to make him an invalid. But read Prof. Davis1 563 CKVRCH ST., TORONTO, ONT. DKCKUUKK agtli. 1911 "I wtut to say that "Fruit-a-tives" is my only medicine, and has been for the past five years. Previous to that, I had been troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney and had taken many remedies without satisfactory results. Noticing the advertisements of "Fruit-r- a-tives" I adopted this treatment and ai everyone knows, 1 am have been stuce taking "Frnit- in r the best of J. F. DAVIS. If Rheumatism or Kidney Trouble is nuking you miserable, take "Fruit-a- lives" and get well. 500 a box, 6 for 12.50, trial size, At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-livcs Ottawa. WORK STARTED ON THE NEW BLOCK Work was commenced this morning by Contractor W. r. Hayne, on the al- terations to the office formerly occu- pied by the Pioneer Lumber Co., on Fifth street. This property, compris- ng fifty feet, was bought from the lumber company some time ago by Messrs. D. .1. Whitney, K. V. Gibbon, and Dr. iMc.Vall.v, and is now to be con- verted into a business block. A brick front will be tuo stores furnished, making a rain- able addition to the business houses on The cost of the al- terations will be in. the neighbor- hood of One of the stores will be used as an office, and in the other a restaurant will be started. Another important business change has been announced. the Arcade anti billiard parlors, which, for the past year, have been under the lanagemeht of Lewis, have been tiilten over by R. W. Wallace, proprie- tor of the Wallace Pool Room and Billiard parlors. The papers were signed this morning, and tomorrow morning the Arcade will be in charge of Mr. Wallace. It is the'latter's in- tention, to still continue busi- ness in his old stand beside the Leth; bridge Hotel. PREMIUMS POUR IN FOR THE CONGRESS Offers-of special, premiums su1" roll in to the headquarters of the Dry- Farming Congress. If the offers con- tinue to come alorig at the present rate, there is little doubt that the special premium for the exposi- tion in connection with the Congress will reach the mark be.'ore the doors of the Congress open on October 21' next. TMs morning the Gem State Rural and Live Stock Journal, published ai Caldwell, Idaho, wrote the exposition committee" of the Congress that they would donate a large silver cup -for the best display of ninety-day corn ex- hibited at the exposition. The cup will have to be won'Uo years in suc- cession in order to become the prop- srty of the n-iimer. This publication is making a big fight to get the Con- jress for Boise, Idaho, next year, and sre therefore trying to stir up as much interest as possible in their own State. Another premium for corn is also being donated by the Farmers' Advo- of Winnipeg, Man. Two medals, a gold and a silver, are being award- ed .'or the best sheaf ot fodder corn grown in or Alberta. Some of the hoards of iraJe in Southern Alberta also intimated their Intenlion of donating special premiums, although no definite an- nouncements have been made so fur. CARL R. GRADY JOINS JIN HILL New York, May J. 11111, chairman of the Great Northern Rail- way, arrived in this cily today; ami said that when Carl Grady resigned as head qt the Northern Pacific road he become president of the Great Northern." Regarding what position I.otlia J. Hill would hold on .Mr. avady's election, and what he self wouM do, Mr. Hill said: "I urn hot ready lo ntate the details of the cljan- gcs on the Great Northern, but Vpth myself and my son will rcmai deck, subject to-call. Holh wil -members of the executive commit' Hill would not say he would retire as chairman of the to bu succeeded by his sou Loul Kill. PEOPLE PAY RESPECT TO MABEE Body of .Peoples' Cliainr pion Laid si( Kesl (his Aftenioii. Toronto, May twenty min- utes after nine this morning, lion. James P. Malice's funeral train .pull- ed out of the Union station for Port Rowiin. Following- the known character ami wishes oE the chulrmnn of (he Hallway Commission, an effort had been made to avoid anything SHoctaculur, but tlie number of dis- tinguished men. who gni.tiered to -do the last, honor .to" the departed, anrl who'filled ;the long.train made the oc- casion an impressive one. The remains were brought to the station about half-past eight. .There was no procession. The undertak- er's staff in charge. The casket had been "placed In-a heavy