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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta >u. THE LETITBRIBGE DAILY HERALD Friday, May 10, 1912 "COMMERCE IS KING As Mr. Lackey, the Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE PORT MANN Is a City of Certainties The thing that stands out about Tort Jfnnn is certninty of future. Men who made fortunes in New York, (Jliienjjo. Seattle, Yaucoiuer. were taking a namblei's chance, lien who invest in Port 'Ilium take Jio chance. You caii 'forecast with certainty the future of Port iliiun. harbor, a terminal of a o-re.it inihvav, and the v.H wealth of C'anail i hack of it, it Avill soon heeonie the Liverpool of Wpslern C'anad.i I'oil Mann is the greatest city of opportunity along all lines, of tiade and indn.sliy on the American con- tinent today. Don't Miss Your Opportunity Buy today. See our agents al once and rentuinber we n ur u-ontiol the 01 tion of the original townsite of fort Mann. FREEMAN-MACLEOD, Dominion Blk. O. J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pmnartiac T imitarl j. in-c-, j. itdfd, fju.tnt.l _ _ MUSIC FOR THE DAIRY SWEET STRAINS.WOULD HAVE A TENDENCY TO INCREASE THE MILK SUPPLY Spokane, Wash., May lairymen and veterinarians and ani- nal psychologists in the HpoXaiie-' dis- rid and throughout eastern Wasli- ngton arc agreed Umt the theory ail- bv -los'iah Oranl of .Wisconsin, to increase ihe milk supply by the introduction of dreaniv music in Hie cow stables, is reasonably log- ical and worthy of .serious considers (ion. jMi'K. .Joseph Kudersdorf, aqting pre- sident of the Spokane Humane I civ, is confident the thcorv is cor- I saying "Musta affects and soothes every animal or human. lin- ing. music would cause an am- ma I lo be nervous, while .soft7 inusic, j which would soothe I lie nerves "of 'the cow, naturally increase "the milk production." Dr. Otto .Miuig, of the. velenmiry staff of the ..State or Washington Col- lege, who conducted experiments along similar lines while H. work on animal psychology, said the man ridiculed the Grant tdja is meiclj bctrjung his ignorance. ''That idea is not to be treated said Dr. Mtnig. "Anything that ..soothes the nerves aids in the milk production.. Cows, as other ani- mals, are attracted or repelled, by sounds. To use cuss words v with your cows lessens the iniEk produc- tion I do not question that soft music would, have the desired effect- in increasing the supply LJ. ALFALFA SEED and all other kinds of Seed FOR SALE Alfalfa Seed, per pound............ 23c" Barley per 100 lb. Wax, per jXTorllicrn AVhcat. 'per bushel......JJ QC Extra O.its, per Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Lethbridge PARTY OF SEVEN LIKELY DROWNED Dr. Walter Baker, also a member _oi the start, recalled an experiment vihere a dog secretes moie sain a eating as music is being play- ed, and indorses the. plan. JohnMunro of the 'Munro 'dairies, seemed impressed with the1 ing "If jfc not For the appearance of the thins I lie inthned I" gue it a thorough trial forbidden our employees to make loud noises, run a wheelbarrow through }the stahlps or imp rough language, as Fox Lake, ill, iMa> per sons, six of them Chicagoane, are' be lieved to have' been drowned in a heavy storm on tile Jake here, last night. The "party-Included Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Hansen and .Mr. and-Mrs J. Hume. They had set out from: one hotel .ntenJing to so in ft iiiuncn a- cross the lake lo (mother hotel to at- tend a party. Shortly-after they strir't- ed, her sons on the shore hearil screams and calls for help. Search PHI ties put out' in motor boats, but round no trace ot the launch or oc- cupants. HEAD OF: CONFEDERATE Macon, Ga May wheat has thus far been sown of fair'crj, not able to plow last fall hnic not been able lo even plepare their land for rjiHERE are paints and rpaints on the market. Seme of them aniwer purpose for which they are intended. The majority are simpjy on the market for one make a big profit for the people who make, them and the people who sell them. We don't keep that kind. jT DOESN'T PAY you to use them, so in the long run it wouldn't pny to sell them You want the most for your money, ao come is and talk tht paint 'question over with us in detaii, C. W. GRAY The Beat Hardware House IN CHARGE'OF RUfiAL DELIVERY OMuwa, E. Oolduc, has been post oltlcc fnipcctor for the for many years, h.u, hoou appointed superintendunt of rur- al mall delivery lor Canada. [Ils polntment Is considered an one. Hla place lias been fileil hy the promotlda of F. T. Coollgan, inipcctor. Henri Forller il made inspector. A SPEEDY SESSION Twenty Minutei Between Arreit and Stntence at Medicine Hat Medicine Hal, May A Walk fi, .1 tie walker, was ghen a speedy trial this morning, after the police court session was practically closed. Air. Hoffman, C. P. R. constable, nr- reated Walker for treBspassing on C. P. R.-property, and brought him to. the police'station. When Cllle-f of Police Hruce saw his filthy condition, he ask- ed Magistrate .Kealy to give him. an Inimediilc trial The magistrate fell In with the idea found Walker to be guilty, and Imposed: a fine or la and a month In Lethhrldge. As he was not.in a to pay up, he will get a free lide to Lethbridge, and i frop blth on arrival. Twenty minutes elapsed fiom the time he WHS arrested by Hoffman un- :il he wis in the Mounted Police ill- Ion wnllint, {or. the train for Leth- Alberta Saddlery Co. Limited LETHBRIDGE (Wo have just received our spring consignment of Trunks, and Suit Cases and'nre sjiowlng.oiie of the host and largest, stocks of its kind. In SouMiern Allrerta.1 Our special Cowhide Suit Case with heavy 1 Mf; straps in 2'1-in. is hard to beat nt................................ A. Trunk hnsifeatures tiiat Bland the hard Brassed Capped and Mbre Hound with. 1 1-4 inch xtr.ipB Jn 30 inch........................................... 91 .19 LADIES' CAKE AND MATTING SUIT CASES from to ;