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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, LODGE YOtm Wots, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies w other valuables in one of these boxes o_ PM INTOIUJAT10SI AW T TO Lcthbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. THE KIGHT HON. VISCOUNT MOKLiyV OF FIRST AEROPLANE PASSENGER SERVICE IN CANADA 'ho picture shows Aviator McAuley taking the the -water o Toronto Bay, where he and some other well-known aviators Inland to institul a regular passenger service to the Island, a distance of about one; mile: Th. markis'ih'e birth of a lieiV- mode of transportation Mlucli, it successful, will b- token up by other Canadian cities. In tlie States Aeroplane paseeuge services are conducLed with, safety. WHEAT SEEDING IN BRANDON DISTRICT DONE i Vndon, Man., May the district, about six miles norlji. of Brandon, wheat seeding is Ouunjti grains. Wheat seeding finJshed at the Experimental Farm yesterday. Enquiries show that in the Bra ml on district will b in this the exception c the McPhail district, and on heat finished, and farmers are sowing land north of th'e city. EGGS Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year The Lclhbudge proportion, at rale of 35 cents per dozen, represents a daily loss ot" to our district for each day of the year. Poultry business la 'Alberta will pay if jiwpe conducteil, for the best, of feed can be cheaply, A hen with crws seven-elfntns White J-egtoorn and one-elgbth Barred Hock at Agricul- tural College in the State of Oregon has a record of 303 eggs In one year.; at 2B ctnta a dozen repre- eente a gross incomo of "A Word to the Wise is Sufficient" I have 40 len-acrc tracts 5 miles north of the city, with full water right, for sale for per acre. TJie land adjoining cannot be bought for, less than per acre in large tracts. These tracts are ideal for poultry farms; some with ideal sites for reservoirs, thus good water supply, and natural gas can be supplied upon application, the Gits Company's main being half a mile nsrlli. Terms are easy. After first payment of is made. 1 will take balance in poultry and eggs at Lelhbridge mar- ket price. An Auto will be at service of prospective .every day at 10 o'clock to enable them to oee these tracts. DALLAS HOTEL C. J. Eckstorm LETHBRIDGE That he should Have been temporarily leader of tho'House of Lords dur- ing Lord Crew's IlincES is miraculous. He was the son a surgeon horn BATTLESHIP CONNECTICUT FIRING A BROADSIDE A scene aboard" the U. S. S. Connecticut during a broadside after discharging lier 8-Inch guns, Juet when Hie smoke of action has cleared away sufficiently to snow her decks, which are stripped for action. NEAR-SPLIT IN (Special to the MacLeod, Alta., May the only real strain of harmony notice- able during the course the annual at Blackburn in 1838, was educated at Cheltenham College and Lincoln Col- i meeting of the Conservatives of Mac- lege; was M. P. _for Newcastle for 12.years, and for ilohtrcse Burghs for 12 years, from where he enteretl the House of Lords. As an essayist he has covered a wide range achieved-some msmorabjg He hag edited the Pall Mall Gazette and the Fortnightly Review. That 1914 will prove one of.the best years in the history of tha sheep in- dustry in Western Canada, is the op- inion of R. C. Harvey, one of the larg- est ranchers in the entire "west, who was a visitor In the city today, Mr. Harvey has just completed his 1914 and. reports the best crop of lambs he .has had for years. In marking the additions to his flock, he found that he had man- aged to save over 100 per cent, of the Iambs born, and they are all thrifty and strong.. Out of a, sma'il flock of 708 ewes, Mr. Harvey succeeded in. saving 710 lambs, and out of a flock of 1616 ewes he saved 1614 Iambs, an unusual record for range stock. In all Mr. Harvey has 3500 newly horn lambs, all of which were born on the open prairie, near the Chin lakes. Mr. Harvey imported a band of fines Sanibouillet rams from Montana last !all, and he states that their progeny will make the foundation for the first ierd of Romney-Marsh sheep in. Can- ada, Mr. Harvey will Import a herd of Romnoy-Marsh rams this season from the old country, 'which he will use this fall. He slates that this breed promises to become the most popular on the range; in time, as it excels in long stapled fleeces; combin- ed with constitution and ranging qualities. In- a review of sheep conditions generally, Mr. Harvey stated (hat the provisions allowedly the Dominion government f or foothill grazing rights is moat inadequate. When the commission met here some time ago, the sheepmen that the Dominion government hail grnneil them grazing 'rights in the foothill country sufficient to pasture sheep. That the government has not the slightest conception of the chairman enlivened with a piano solo. leod, held In the town hall here yes- terday, was that injected by Prof. at a request from the the proceedings Judging by the numbers present, meeting should have been a good one, but Dr. Mil- burn was on hand with his devoted following of young Conservatives, all of whom were in fighting trim with the result that clashes between the young, and the "Old Guard" numerous. Both factions had carried, at which President Fawcett indorsed the candidature; of Mr. Gray, safing was not run by Mr. Grier and back- ing up his statement'by; saying that the most important; appointment made during the .year was made over the .shoulders of Mf. GHerVho Tot- ed against it. The names of Messrs.'. Macleo'd. and Pawcett, however, were' placed 'Before the meeting by Messrs. Murray- ;ftnd Go we, with" the result'- that'jVir; Mac- leod was elected' president hy a vote of 52 to 'JJS.'F.ut'the 'first vice-presidency Mr. Storey Tfa were ed over Messrs. Briglit, Long and.Mc- iheir i F amleD and on the "df particular candidates for office Messrs. Bruce and Leather; .Mr. Faw- stalled as ietond vicerpre- icclamatiph'. -Sir.'W.; S. Gray was elected' secretaryrtreasur. by acclamation while the o.Viiei: offic- ers ol the association were chosen as and the election of oflicers was there- i cett was ihst fore of a very lively nature, but when; sident .by ai the smoke of battle denied it was seen that neither side could with any degree of certainty claim a victory, an almost equal ticket having been chosen. Following a few sharp skirmishes at the opening of .the meeting Dr. Milburn moved that the fee be, reduc- ed from two .dollars a year to one, which mot-ion-being carried, Con- servative stahvarls approached the platform and deposited their spoil- dulix. The doctor then challenged the right of Mr. J..-L.'-Fawcett to pre- side the meeting but tlie point was not pressed whereupon the latter ap- pointed Messrs. D. J. Griof, A. T. portance of the industry in Alberta. is shown by Mr. Harvey's character- istic remark to the commissioner, Leather and Renwick as members im- rtf committee to nominate would- oing to do with the "What are you other The condition of the wool business, he says, is good. Practically every pound of this year's clip is already sold to American firms, and the sheepmen are now planning to bale their wool to meet the require- ments of that market. Blakeshurg, Iowa, May al services, with military honors, were held here today for Frank De- the Iowa hoy killed in the aniling of American marines and sail irs at Vera Crux. Townsmen joined the family of the man in the ceremonies, an im- lortant part in which was taken by ho Navy club of Dos Moines, and lompany of the Iowa National Guard. In Illinois Chicago, 111., May of oldlers 'and sailors in uniform, with bands playing, headed the- funera'l ortege, which today., carried to its ast resting place in Waldheim ceme- ery, the body of Samuel Meisenberg, he Chicago marine killed at Vera !ruz. Governor Dunne, Mayor Harrison, Jnitcd States Senators Lewis and herman, scores of fratornal atlons, and hundreds of citizens and uhlic officials, marched in the pro- OBElon. A snnad of marines from Great Lakes Naval Training cliool, at Lake Bluffs, 111., fired a st salute as the body was lowered nto the grave. In New England' Boston, Mass., Jlny y.r-Under rey Now England today' ed her dead from Vora Cnu.' The. ireo men wlio died in the service of icir country jvuro Banlel- A. "Hag- erty, Walter L. crcy. HagBorty .was burled in Cam- bridgo; Watson in tho little-town'-of oh Onpe Cotl', and Perc.y''at High Gate, on thq Canudifin hpr- In Pennsylvania Pittsburg, Pa., May Patrick De Lowcy, seaman, U.S.9. New Hampshire, killed during the fighting at Vera Cruz, was today gi en all the honors that Pittsburg had to give. Business was suspended by proclamation of Mayor Joseph J. Armstrong until 11 o'clock: schools were closed; tho Stock Exchange ceased .business, and even the courts paused during tho funeral services. be officers. 5tr. H. O. Long, however, suggested that the farmers be repre- sented by. Harry Bright, which suggestion being generally accepted, the quartette withdrew to justify its existence. In the interim Mr. Robert Patter- sou, M.P.P., was called upon to ad- lircfs the meeting, and in a brief speech he tendered a number of pleas- ing oratorical bouquets to the execu- tive of 1918 that had helped him "i-rim the Premier" and exhort- ed those present to work for the good of the whole party rather than lor self. Professor Nesbilt then treat- eu the patient waiters to a stirring selection oa the piano and after lengthy deliberations tlie nominating committee made its report or rather its reports. In announcing the result, Mr. Grier read off two tickets recommended separately by Jlessrs. Leather and Bright, .the representatives of the young Conservatives, and Messrs. Hcnwick- and Grier, the supporters of tlie Old Guard. In tendering these two tickets to the audience, Mr. Grier stated that there was no use in mincing matters. There was a split in the party and if possible he was going lo try ard Iieai that split. Ho had been told that the young Con- servatives were going lo run Colin Macleod as president and on hearing tills lie had spproaciied Jlr. JIacicod, with the result that the latter said he would quit and lay down to his partner, Mr. W. S. Gray, if the lat- ter should stand .as the Grier candi- date. Mr. Grier added that.it, was his intention to propose a third ticket in which there should be three of each party represented with the pre- sident as the seventh man and as if to complicate matters he read a third list of the would-be officers, after which he said, "Let us get, a united organization. I now ask Mr. Maclcod to drop out and resign, and it he has flic right Conservative principle, he will A number of voices from different parts of the hall, protested against the resignation of Mr. Macleod, whereupon Mr. Grier said, "Person- ally I am not. ambitious for any- thing and as long as tho breach .is healediI am content to drop out and pledge my word 'that I shall he a candidate for election in neither tho Federal .nor Provincial campaigns." Mr. J. Murray denied that there was n while Mr. J. Storey moved that the meeting be thrown open for nominations as it was itn- poss'ilile to vole on two tickets. This motion on being .put to the meeting follows: town A. T. Leather, L. S. D. J, Grier and R. II. Ililliard. Country Quick, Bright, Baillie and McK'ab. i In conversation with -the Herald representative, Dr. Milhurn, who fa- thered and was instrumental in or- YOU CAN'T AFFORD To Have Gray Hair YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE TOO GREAT AN ASSET TO LOSE "A woman is as old as ah6 and nothing1 will make her look otd so surely or so quickly as graj; hiir. It is possible for any woman to prevent her hair turning gray or to restore her gray fo all its formei- baauty. ganizing the young Conservative or- ganization and by indefatigable' ef- forts made it a power to be reckoned with in the maelstrom of local -t'cs, expressed himself as highly pleased at the showing made by-his cohorts and intimated that another meeting would be called in the !vecy, near future. MOO RAISED DUIG SELMffll WEEK CAPTAIN TUTTE THANKS LETH. BRIDGE CITIZENS FOR THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT Captain Tutte wishes to annpuncfl the splendid results of self-denial, effort, the ingathering of Which' "wis held on Sunday afternoon at theL.Gi- tadel.' The amount realized wat'tiOO, which was an abundant proof ot the warm place the army occupies in ,tte hearts of the citizens of The Captain is very grateful for this splendid support and feels the LHh- bridgo people have well (sustained their reputation for generosity 'and open-handedness. The Captain Dishes to thank all the friends of the army who have as- sisted in mating the effort a .iiicpeaa. and assures them of his hearty ap- preciation of this kindness. .Much thanks are also due to the comrades and friends who have in making the Captain's trip, to London, England, as delegate to the Inter- national Congress possible. Special mention might be made of the stren- uous efforts on this behalf Of Mrs. G. Starks, Mrs. Harry Mrs. McLenriah and Mts. A. Tulloch, who work hard and whose efforts hare been successful. The loan of the splendid electric lantern for the recent services en- titled "The Life of Christ" bj Mr. Wilson, of the Sherman, and tho space given in the Herald, in announc- Hay's Hair Health will do It, .It Is ing tue self-denial and other special not a dye. It nccomplishaa its events was also much appreciated. The Captain left on Tuesdar after- noon and will sail with the.Congress party on the "Royal on 3Iay 19th. eipects to be able to obtain a large number o! views the Congress which will make a fina illustrated lecture. Mrs. Captain Tutte will be .the re- sponsible officer during the absence of the Captain._______ quickly, aurely, eatlly and at the game stimulates and the scalp and hair roots. It removes dandruff. We are sure enough of its results to that we will refund your money if it falls after a fiir trial. ?1.00, 60s, 2Sc. Get It at our itore. Sold and recommended by J. D. Higln- botham Co., Limited, LethbrJdge, Advt AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture and Real Estate ON Monday, May 18th AT 2 P. M., AT 730 17th ST., NORTH JjETHBJUDG-Hl "fm. L. Wileon, Auctioneer, is favored with Instructions from Mr. Knowlden to sell tho following: 4 Iron Beds, Brass trlmmingt, complete. 2 Dressers and Stands i Chiffonier 1 Sideboard 1 Eiteiuion Table 1 Solid Oak let Dtnera, upnol- Rtered 1n real leather 1 Couch 2 Centre Tables 2 Carpets 1 Hand Painted Screen Odd Rockers 1 Mahogany Staud 1 Solid Oak i Grws Arm Chair 1 Hall Rack 1 Child's Hujh Chair Odd 1 Biliy Hammock Bedding, Tablo Linen 1 Hotter 1 6-hole Rang, iron) with wmrmlDg aearlr new Linoleum Dishes ratchon TERMS CASH REAL ESTATE House confcUna 7 toomi with'Irathroom and full cement banementi nicely fenced and trees planted. Also cement sidewalk all round. U an (deal home. Terras im vKuwriy.- !'00 caili, balance arranged, W.l.. ;