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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB.LliTJIIBltlpORDAILY IIKKA1J) Piitre are a number of ad- vantages in buying .from us> In the'first place.'iyou do not have to buy what we.iell, but w.- carry a w 1.0 range of materials so we sell whit you want to buy Tin smcaiis Tlu'ec Tliinu1? lo delalned I he object of the dinner vvib alt lined theic ib Slow even more uiteieot the congress 'than ever before. The- people of Lethbridge .through theh toiivthe. local Hoard .of. have come..to. llie conclusion that they have a stupend- ous task on their hands in m iliinfc u raiigements for the the thousands who will come bridge during Congress week.. Tli'ey realize that the Congress will Iweltli.er i knock or a boost for the city. delegates are pioperly caied for it vvjll be -boost in the hit, toij of the ill) 11 Ihev nenotcaied foj it will be ij knock Hint is- the .plmuuuth orChc nutter ind it yfib the latchwoifl which nn thiough every speech during the evening.; -faut even if that fact is realized the people of Lethbridge are only going to g behind llie inovemeiil witli moreiviii than ever, and the result wil.1 te-rj the visitors to Lethbridge during.eh week nil) simply be At least tlial is the way it loolt at the pifisent time rhijt is the feeling 'with Which "the' problem TIVPN A ortNUJNt HOQD SCARE Dynamite Cartridge Ex- ploded on Stair of the House at Budapest Budapest late namite cartridge exploded at ;hpur liist night-on one of the alalr cases of. the liouse of parliament, smashing a large nilmbcr ot windows but otherwise nqt causing any serious damage. It is believed by the authoii ties lliat the cartridge which was of type used for blasting purposes in tlie mines, was placed in the building during tlie recent labor troubles and SFORT WILLIAM MAYOR RESIGNS May to I 'owning piopeitv desiied In the Cin jadinn Car and foundry company as 'n -sile tor the .planl, at a special meeting of the city council S G louiu, list mgnt tender Aomi i itions will bo Called for but .the concensus of opinion seems to he tint the olhce mil gd 05 icclnmatlon to Alderman George A Graham TWO OF FOUR BYLAWS FAILED TO RECEIVE. THE NECES- SARY S ANCTION j (Special if) the lleialu> Ferine, money bv livvs were voted 'ion Moadiv line lor the puiposc oi j mpioviiL, sficets tl piu mil for e'lenamt the elccti b) stem in d to add a store loom to-the ball. Of these: but- .two re- ce'ivcii tlie nece ssarv thrcc-tifths .vote. llie bv 11 vv t i i list the is being tacltleti, and when LetlibriUge tacWe with that sort of determination something of a trophe lias to happen if they do riot-do what they start out to do. No n'ee.d, therefore, lo be afraid on thatt score, for as one speaker said, if the. comes to the worst, tile up Wds sleep in the, b ick litcheli li, S 1 It ib i stupendoil honorary "Chairman- of the Canadian Hoard of Control. prelim- inary addresses Hon.-Duncan Marshall occupied 'the and in his usual brilliant manner kept up the spirit of good'fellowship vvliich reigned su- picne After-the'dinner, .which was served b) Itoclion Bios In then usu il e ip able manner, had been dispensed with, Mr. Downer called on (he chair- men, of-'the'Principal committees of Ihe-.executlvedo.outline their work to dale. Most of .their Bpuflohea- liave already, -been glvem. wide-- publicity throughout the press, of the whole of Western Canada. A :Monster Exposition Oh mm in MciNilol ot the eipositioi 'what hail been done in'his is oiie of tlie most 'important dopaumenls. of (lie executive Besides Uu- public ity- feituie of tlie exposition; which will come through the awarding of the-pre- iniums. there is the added.educational 'feature "which' coines' from the ex- hibits of dry-farming implenieiits'that will actually demonstrate-- while here. The piueb too ire bifctei and bettei than were ever offered at any exposi- tion of farm products, anil' Mr. Fair- Held, who Uas been appointed, to work with Mr. Burns to secure judges.for the is jivkint eveiy efloi t- to Vet a btaft ot men foi that purpose who will be entiiel; iceepl able-to every exhibitor A1 Resort Chairman' H. J-- floode of-, the com- mittee on entertiiraineut and-.accom modation, said.thaUeyetyoiie, both far ind near was isklng wjia thev weip going to do with the crowd He told how it w i going to be done md it was.he.who suggested sleeping In the during, .congress weeK If the worst come to the worst hit .t plin will be lollowed Tents bchoo t hotels residences W- f ict cverv pos sible place accpmmoda'tion will be called hito use, and Mr. Goode said that lie had enough faith in the people of Lethbridge to knoiv'. that tSey would .do thelrduty in tills regard and do it nobly Chairman Gibbons.pt the decoration committee said tint tethlmdge would be a bpot to leinembei when ris con and id paralions for the coming Mr Bums Slid in his uldressMft-rttl ing with salient points date from tnst 1 vprjbodv hid bonietliinn last lyght and evepone fatiuek uauthE ontvfionl the 9BOnldei r While jpth ng pirticul uh new wab said a lesume ol whit In-, neon none io In mil visttois uoin outside points have grasped the immensity of the task and something of the spirit with which it is unclerHken 1 he dinnei vvis mforjnil iml evfeii mittee, thiough ,decor-lin0 an lias his plans all oi ui that em Chanrjian CunnipghaLi oi the ti ins lortaliou committee -if vha' ti ev hid done to get the is alreidy outlined in 4fp pi ess jle paid a tribute jo ,tllt offlceri, of the Canadian IJacili( RaJlvvi.v ev erv 011 of is taking deep inte eat in die forthcoming congress, anil every one of. whom stands ready am! willing do ills utmost, to in the task it has undertaken His Vf01 ship Mayoi Ilitrli who wns Introduced as a tol briefly whit'rtie citv 11 the way oi house, muuieipT nnpiovements in piejiaiation loi tnc Countess and hoped lo be able to en tertam vlsitois to tlie Congies? as well as the delegation been pnteitalned in qtiier cities Ihei to in nd on I hf c pii k w is ileCeattd In i of I'll to 13 The cxtcnsil in of tile electric light system met 'illic same .fate, receiving lint 17 10 ts, lo J'l ap unst I he pro position to i 000 on tht. -streets and (.0 raise for an ad- dition to tlmj Ore hall both-, passed ntibtcr Jml I (Ins monei will lie pio ndiil In Icntiucs was cist, onl) 87 bat lols ounn t ast upon inj one of the lour propositions tile anibunl ot n'oney Jie province is exjiending upon Hie ijpids in the of 1 inn tin 000 lor" Ilir 'within the cilj limits will make i dj Lidcil t4it toads aiul '.streets! Reason Why You put into every article you experience, knowledge and skill. Wc'havlie put into Alberta's. Best Baking our suprcnicst effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in, its m.anufacture, you order Alberta's Best every time, it is always uniformly excellent, and invariab ly certain in results. one enjovod himiell It wis jnpt the sort of function which creates., the spirit which will make the seventh session of the Dry ..Farming Congress the greatest igiicultuial convention m the histoij ol the vvoild Lveis body was tagged with a red canl vvhicli imde strangeis believe llie crowd was i inflicted with some diead disease The have visited oii Congress- occasions Alajoi Ij itch also welcomed thp visit oi s fiom olhei cilies and e-tended them even com'esj Hon. Mr. Marshall Speaks Hon. Duncan Marshall compliment ed the people nf Lethhiitige on the competent m innei m which thev aken i load which some out thought w ib ifniost more thin red howevei was imph to bitmfj clh ls f01 [fo been that everybody was a live wire.-bbpsl- with Lethbridge delegations on other Congress occasions .and: knew wha; the) coyld do and not tho le isi and if that ia an infliction. Le.th- bridge ought to be duarantined' Ini mediately for everybody is boost harder .-than ever until October sist. 1 he intcruation il ol the occ i v, ib evidPllt ill the tttendnnce ot lion Daniel Morem ol Spol me ivho will be one, of the. special comnnssion- er.s to the Slates, 'ami Jlr. Lullwortli, another Spokane booster, '.who is 'mali ing a short visit to Canada. President Taft Recognizes it Hut there .were other international. features. telegrams arrived during tlie dinner by, special delivery which were' purported to bo from all. parts of CUladi ind the SI Hes It maj be- thai thev w ei e M n coniu imul fi oni the Ury Fanning publicity U un lAi" they i loir of litybu tu vvheuevei thei ''were leid pntiuilii which iniis-t hue come fnqm President raft foi i[ w is ;by that ditnitin and clTtcd it thS said I- Downei in Canadian Board ot Control; I ethbiidjjO Can f Pie isc aend me tu in which thp dis- ease can be introduced is planting of affected tubers (2) The use of dibeased tubets foi' seed maj, in the worst cases, result in the complete destruction., of the en> tire crop. (d) When owe Introduced the dis- ease geim infests the soil foi a 01 eight yens which means foo at least eight j eai s no sound potatoes can be raised on land thus infected (t) None of the known "lemedied foi othei plant diseases the appearance of the disease. (5) The disease is spiead readily through infested soil carried by wind, animals', farm implements, old bags or. other means Attention is called to provisions un- del the destiuctUe insect and pest act which show that to use 01 sell for seed potatoes imported from Em- ope is illegal Copies of this Farmers' Circnlat may be obtained by applying to the Public itlons Branch, Depart- ment of Agiicultuic, Ottawa, Ont. BAD FIRE IN NORTH CAROLINA Charlotte, N. C, Ma> 86 Silisbnrv, N C, eaily iodaj destroj-i ed the old -Meroney'theatre, the ot the Evening Post, and several ether buildings. A cable was burned nine hundred telephones are out'ot commission. t THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. I.I..D.. D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRI) Gencriil Autofinl Mi CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller proudc himself with funds without dela; at each point of his, journey m a convenient >et inexpensive mannei. Ihej are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations of with the exact equivalent m the moneys, ot the pnncipal countries stated on the fiae of e.ich cheque Ihev .ire nbsolutely sjfc stlf- and easily neifoU.Ucd. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K, Noursc. Mgr. ;