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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TT1F! DAILY HERALD Thursday, May 23, UH2 TOASTED CORK FLAKES You have tired of other cereals but you won't tire of this! Spend a dime today for CHURCH PEOPLE ATTHE RACES .CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN COM MENTS ON GOVERNORS AND CHURCHMEN AT RACES Toiooto, Mav re- ttemberHhat many legislatures across the putting down racetrack gambling with a strong hand, we can: not but feel that the encouragement .which our high society is giving it-in Ontario is; out of place. From tiie Governor-General .down they .might surely haie been, as see U, much better employed." This is the criticism of the special .Society.event of the Ontario Jockey tue Methodist Christian .Guardian in: its current issue. It re- marks upon tbe fact. of -several names hcmg m the long list those in at- at tbe Woodbine Course Svlnch are also ou the Methodist chinch rolls ''We are not keepers.of .their con- sajs the editor, "and we on JUajes tic, which place of the Titanic on the White Star schedule. on the roads In the Wymer. Cran brook. Ferine-and Golden districts, and before the end of the season autos can be. driven through the whole district and on to SpoJiaue. The Kooteimy Central railway is being -pushed and- will soon form a link between Fernie and Gol- deii( connecting the Crow lino with the main line at the latter place. Columbia Valley Irrigation Co. are putting several thousand acres of land under ditch and are offering the laud to sbttleTs at from fifty to one' hundred dollars per acrei There are many retired army offic- ers coming out from England and taking up tracts of this land and are building houses and planting fruit trees. in the district who have stajed with their locations fiom the beginning are a fair way to come into their own-, and become happv pqssessoi s of hne homes in well settled valleys. One 'of these old timersy E. T. Johnston, went into the in 1882; packing ponies, is -bow' of doing- his travel ing upon 'a: modern vehicle, 'tha .auto- mobile. The Herald -man found three vil lages nestling near each other up that called respectively Winder-, mere, A the! mere andi'Inrermere, and another which bareh escaped the mere ending bj leaving off the "e and calling" itself Wilmer These four little all expect ing .the railway to strike them in the middle, are within a radius of less than eight miles, two of them mere and Athellncre, being within a mile of each other Thev are all pic- turesquely situated and-all have high lionos of being U'.wheh the railway is built.- lake and Coluiii- lakt tht held of imgliU doitfg the unde-r the supervision of his own de- partment It is a departme In contracts, and Council w watch the success of the experiment with much interest; BRITISH JACKIES TO GET MORE PAY London, aiav 31. ostensible cason for the growl of tiie, sailors in e over present tomhtionb tUntlj a pretext Thtie has been since 1911 over Uio question f anci hours ,il Portsmouth lie lackies" tire hkelj to get at asi some present con- tions They alieady forming cties toward that 'end, "aware that icy have hitherto not hcen hitcrfer- 1 with and that the admiralty com- uttcc li, pruntcl) conbidtung the, of the men It is expected i lal tlio re will'he lonjgor. leave and igher paj Board of Control Met anc Heard Reports From Committees At a special meeting of the-Boan of Control of, th'-e Dry-Fanning Con sresg held last night, Secretary. Johi T. Burns "gave- au outline of his re cent trip through the States, his mos important announcement being the securing.of excursion to ,the.Congress from American railways, a report of which has al- ready appeared in the Herald. Mr. Burns'said that his trip on the uhole nas fcULcessfui lie away lon'gcK1 than he had' -at -first thought reason :beiug that .were -hard- put to find a way; it) grant tbe request' of the Congress without breaking the trans portation laws now in force in the States. Howev'er, he thought they had secured'a liale'lyhich 'will 'bring Uious- ands of American visitors to.th-e Con- gress in Octobei, it being the best transport- ation organixation has ever been out. Pie also a full annouiice tient of his meetings with pro ninent met .on. his .trip ind said, that interest in Canada >onld he sure to linng a large Great Falls, Minneapolis, and everal other large centres' arrange- icnts are.being m.ade large while Colorado is'Very anx- ous to.) re turn the, Canadian trip ast fall, and will'likely be hero with large cxfiibit an'd -delegation. One of :the -most important ouucements' made iby Sir. .Burns was hat, following out the decision of the ominion government to.sponsor the ongress officially, for the first time the history, of the organization, fty-nine nations have, heen invited at each -sending two' repre entalives, who will have .tha libe'rty making representations to their arious govermneuts on their return om the''Congress here. The invita- ons, which arc heing sent out from the office of the Secretary of State, each bears the signature of H.RJL the Duke of Coimaught. This will en- sure wide-spread interest in the Con- gress Chairman 'McXicot, of the Expost tion committee, gave a resmu-o of the work undertaken, by his department, and told of the in the way of donations of cups and premi- ums. The Calgary Board of Trad-3; will present a valuable cuy as a pre- mium for alfalfa, while several o-t the. business firms aud Boards of Trade throughout Alberta have also signified their intention of donating large c1 and other valuable premiums The Lethbridse Board of .-Trade will extend invitations to boards of trade and Chambers p-r Conmierce through- cut Canada and the United States (o send delegations and- exhibits to the Congress. Chairman. Goode, of. the Accommo- related the..result of the nork of his> department, and Birds and Parrots We just, i evened a shipment ot 300 imported Qerman Hartz '...Mountain1, and ..Roller.. Canaries SPECIAL SALE For a limited time only, everyone these day and night singers' 'guaranteed In full 'song; you" hear thenr for- yourself., Special prices from ?3.50 and up -to ?6.uO. Love birds aad piher fancy bird B and portou at prices, on sale at the f Conybeare Block. FIFTH SOUTH said that the question of acconunoda j tion was being work-ad out satisfac :orily It .was.decided...to .hold :or the members of-.the Board of Con- at which .all-the members will nttend on Wednesday evening next At this meeting, Hon. Daniel Morgan, of Spokane; Hon. Duncan Marshall, Chas. will make a tiip to the States shortly tho interests o-f the Congress will be present, and ontjine their work. In- vitations will be issued today to tli-e hundred member's of the" Board of Control, and the banquet will be of great importance in the work. The Seventh, Congress' is now shap- ing up well, all'the details ed out satisfactorily, and lit- thiit-it will bo .the most suc- cessful affan in the histoiy of the organization, WILL COUNCIL .ACT- LIKE LETH9RIDGE North Battlefoid, Sask ALij 32 The bylaw for the establishing of a Carnegie Public library .was voted oii here and, resulted in a uriam mous in of the IN HEARD f AN AL3ERTA CASE Ottawa, 20 In the t Supreme Coiut apueal fipui Su- Coiiit Alberta, in Wickens v> as heai d The action was "fay tnc appellant, claiming damages and costs foi injury reputation and business by 'reason of slanderous statements alleged to (have been published by the respondent, when referring to the burning of some hay stacks, -for which a mail called Lemon was indicfcecl for arson, saying, 'the AVickons' paid Lemon money for setting firo to the haj, the go if Lemon is seut tioftii foi binning the hai On the trial the" 'action at ;Mac- leod Judge Beck dismissed it with (rsts and the plaintiff -failed on an in the SuDieme Court or UberU He appeals foi a on toe] 01 foi a new inal tha.t Ins dial act er be vindicated, uias iriiich as the judgment of the court be- did not proceed ron the that t of Jho slanderous but. rather was founded upon technical grounds. Why Should McClary SUNSHINE" Furnace be called "The Under- study ofthe Ask the McClary Agent of your locality- he knows. In the Spring the Appetite Nl m 'I1'IP imldto loolhsome. At this' H-tison pioppih dioSsiHl nicMl.s .illain tlfouv h'ncsl Mayor.' Tiia'jn Lidojif Iiousckcepci lliis mul know-, I hut luuitllc only prime stock, ami (hat AVG kill ajicl (jciit oiu own nirats. JUST ASK OVER THE TELEPHONE AND WE'LL SUGGEST SOMETHING YOU MAY WANT WH I1AVH KVE11YTHIXG THAT'S GOOD TT[ AT CAJf J3E P OX Tlil Si ABKJbiT. A. DELANY Fourth Avenue Telephone 452 I ;