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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta nmrstlay, jyovcmbei' 14tli, 1!H2. THE LEiromTDGF. I>An.Y HERALIP Photos To avoid the holiday rush, have your photok made now� at the Felts' Studio IN THE 8HEPARD BLOCK, OVER THE GOOD OROCERV CO^ FIFTH STREET, SOUTH AU the latest fads and �tyJes In art photography tor the Xmaa presente, will be found at this studio. FOUNDMBIG Hap TO GROUND LUCKY STRIKE FARMER' COM' BATS THEORY THAT FLAX " SAPS SOIL STRENGTH The Selling Power of GOOD STATIONERY Is Ap|>arent to the Man Who Knows Get the Best! Get it at the Herald Job Phone 1252 A: Editor LcthbridgB Mcrald : Sir,-1 have been noticing iiiiitc a tew Items, regarding flax culture. To any whom it may concern, 1 thiuk it they would follow niy method of flax culture, they would lind.fla.x an improvement ^o the land, rather than a detriment. Althoiigh I have never tried the c.vperiment up here, in' South Dakota, where I came froni,j I tried an experiment with an acre of i (la-K, and Ihi.s is the secret : Sow thci flax, early in the spring and cut it as; early as possible (while stems arc; green), but let as many pt the liowls g,ct ripe as possible, and then plow the green stubble under as soon as possible and quite deep. The green Btubblc will readily rot, but ripe (lax stubble is hard to rot, so lhe| ripe stubble does not allow the loose top soil to properly connect with the lower soil. 1 sowed oats on the land the following season after plowing the green flax stubble under and they were better than any other crop I had, and I had fall plowing, spring plowing and cQrii .stalk ground. RODERICK THURSTON, Lucky Strike, A Ha. P..S.-I had corn get ripe from tltc aquawcorn I planted the 8th of .June. WOMAN ESOAPES DREADFUL OPERATION How She Wm Saved From en'e Knife by Lydia Pinkhun't Vegeta* Ue Conpound. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (CenduetM by PIDIklO) FACTHSTO/ WHEAT MTS Moffwtore, (Mo.-"The flrat two yean I wu married I raffered so much from famale troubles and bearing down pains that 1 could not lUnd on my feat long enough to do my work. The doctor aaid I would have tc undergo an operation, but my husband wanted nie to try Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableCompound first I took three bottiaa and it made nie well and strong and I avoided a dreadful operation. I now have two fine healthy childre.i, and I cannot aay too much about what Lydia G. PinkhMD'a Vegetable Compound has done for me."-Mfc. Lee Mamoes, R. P. D. 10, Mogadoie, Ohio. Why will women take chances with an operation or drag oat a sickly, halfhearted existenco, missing three-fourths of th� joy of living, when they car find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's VegeUble Compound T For thirty yeara it hat been the standard remedy for female ills, and has re-etored the health of thousands of women wlio have been troubled with such ail-menta as .displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc. If you want speeial ailviw write to Lydia fi. Pinliliam Medicine Co. (conll* dentlal) Lyaa. Mass. Your letter will l>e opoaedy read aad annweretl by a woman aod held la strict coaltder.oe. SPECIAL Tourist Sleepers To MONTREAL QUEBEC 3T. JOHN connecting with Nevambar-Oeeember Sailings ' WINTER Excursion Rates On Sale dally, Nov. 7 to 0�c. 31. Reserve berths now for CHRISTMAS SHIPS See Loeal Agent for details or Write J. 8. CARTER Genl. Agent 210 Portage Ave.i Winnipeg Donaldson line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steam-are Balling from Montreal and QIaagow every Saturday carrying.One Claaa cabin and Third-Claaa paseengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from' St. John, N.B., Dec. 6th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure the best, it costs no more. Apply to any railway, eteamhe piece was staged by R. H. Uurnslde the famous.stage director of the N�W Yorl Hippodrome. The locale of the story la VnrU and deab with student llfi) of Ihn giiy French capital. There aroolwenty-four musical numberc, roiao of the catchy type. Including "Conie Along My Cherle," "Queen of Vanity Fair" "Men, Men, Men" and "Bohemia" The engagement Is to be on Saturday Nov. 16, at the Majestic Tbeiitro. MAJESTIC THEATRE One Night Only, Sat., Nov. 11 JOMNC. FISHER PRESENTS Tht Qreataat MualMi Com�4y Suoctaa tinea His Tloradtra": 1911 ____..............43,037 ll,'i�8 1912......... (Not available) 15,7i>9 Prom the Statesman's Year Book for 1D12 It appears that in 1911 no |eBs than five countries sent more wheat to the United Kingdom than did the United States- 'The Ilgures given by the Statesman's Year Hook are as follows: CwtiS. 20,161,000 18,108,000 17,748,000 '4-l,373,000 i;i,910,000 12,939.000 India .... Rus'ila ... Argentina Canada .. AuftruUa. United States J. ex mam theories R. KNIGHJ OF EDMONTON TELLS ABOUT EVOLUTION OF HUMAN SOCIETY Book and Lyrics by Harry B. and Robert B. Smith Music by Bobert Hood Bowers. Staged by R. H. Burnl4�i;i.01i!,000 50,0)4,000 United States .. S3,:il8,0O0 67.186,000 Uussla........:;22,792,000 223,776,000 Turkish Ports 39.128.000 TIIE COMB'S MORNING S'rOR7 You know the ulcry the comb tcllt Il's a very diicournging story, too. Day hy day, a lew more strands arc add' ed, of hair that ii turning; grey, lotini 1" vitfllity. Hi ilrenglh and its health. Grey hair it ai unbcroming si old age, atural pride should have iir You with to look J. R. Knight, of Edmonton, address ed a meeting in the Labor Temple last evening on Socialism pTefacing his address by saying that he would be glad to answer any. question put to him on the merits ofl|the ca�B�. Mr. Knight d�flned Socialism as the application of the! theory of evolution to society and thereafter at length dealt with Its origin and histotx Civilization announced Us advent upon the llage qjf?�ven.l| )}Xjclhe^,lha^k!|r�tlon of slavery. Th� alave work�d tor the master. The product of his labor he-longed to the roaster. The master saw that the slave had tood, etc., sufficient to enabl-8 him ,to. wcTk on the morrow. If he allowed his slave to starve he might tiej Unable to get another, unless at considerable cost. With slavery thei^ came the carrying out of worka of greater magnitude than formerly. The feudal slave worked a part oC the time for the f(3udal lord for nothitig, being allowed to work the balance of the time (or bimpelf upon land set aside for his own use. The wage slav* does precisely for hia master what the chattel slave and feudal serf did for theirs. No one would be Impudent enough to assert that elUier of the latter were paid for th-eir work, yet In common parlance the wage-workor gets paid for his. The.fact asserts Itself with ever Increasing emphasis that chattel 6lav�, feudal serf and wage slave worked for practically tli� same thing -^a bare existence, and this has been rendered ever more insecure and uncertain as each of these suceesslve stages of civilization became more highly developed. Mr. Knight's remarks were warmly appreciated and his answers to several questions directed at him were answered w. clearness. According to a Berlin nerve specialist knitting In bed is an excellent antUlpte for tired nerves. Last lune ToHtajr Worlds C^amiiMMul^ Base Ball Series RED $0X Vf. GIANTS-1912 THE OFFICIAL MOTION PICTV"�� OF THE ftRflAT liRlfl^p ii will pwin five yems'imlf: INTERBSTINQ CONDITION INCLtJP ED IN THE OFFER OF MALAY TO CONTRIBUTE A ' CRVI�ER London, Nov. 13,-Right Hon. ly^wis HaTcoijrt, coIoRidl lecretary, has ac-oepted "with 4eep gratltuda on bqhalt of the United KinRdfiin tho goiierous offer of a flrat qlaaa' armored cruiser 4 by tlie -Sedenf^d ''MalB!^ .atataaL^" il , TMy offer payment within ' fiva. yearn, "If poaalble." The only ci'lti-cism outside at haarty apKe'eihtibn consists of t9Kpr�a�ine rasret.that tha 3ma|] dependaBciea h1u>u14 (ee| themselves drawn into the burdaa of tf^Mr mept, espeolally ai tho "U pOMlhle'!. clauae Inserted by tli� federated Murray States show that th^re in�y IW-K.difll-culty in raiaiqg tb� caali. Tha Malay atataa ara U9i lavan crown colonkBP, but tow �t�ti>f hh�1��:}'54Il British' protection, t)�a Vf�W�^ qon- 4j' stltutlon dating from 1874. Natural pride should have iir own tay. You with to look young and It is youi DUTY to appear so. You can't even LOOK A HANDSOME DINNER GOWN The tunic has a pointed tralrt of purple ninon de sole embroidered in gold over pale heliotrope chiffon on a satin foundation. On the corsage Is a band of purple velvet, young il the silver threads begin to show. Bea "Young Woman" in looks, always. The grey hairs belong to the cbsperoo and to tho grandmother. Stay out o< I lie grandmother cUts, until your years justify it, by using - HAY'S HAIR HEALTH ?l.on and ROc at drugstores or direct upon rocelpt of price and dealer's numo. Send lite for trial bottle. Phil* Hay iSpoclultlcB Co.. Toronto, V or Sale and Recommended by ^EoVROs!^ orvq & book CO, Ltd. Roumolia . Bulgaria .. Rouinania India ----- Argentina Uruqnay..... Australia---- New Zenlaiiil. 87,192,000 30,192,000 55,352,000 58,784,000 93,024,000 46.392,000 58,656,000 WAS AN ESTEEMED MAN ilonlVonl, Nov. ,13.-Mr. William rtttinsey died at 3 o'clock'today at his residence ai tlie ago of 78. for a month he had l)een ulialde to leave hlB homo, hut it was not until a week ago that ho had been confined to his bed. llo la Kiii\ived by a widow and five cUiughters. Mr. ItaniHpy was undoubtedly one of the most lilglily respected and os-toemod cltlzons, In Hlontroal, us well as ono of the most fiuuillar flgurcB In |ju�luesB and Hoclal circles. He was born In Edluburah.j,�,.lSai. Night Classes Free Tuition for perfect attendance Your opportunity to study. MECHANICAI. DRAWINO TYPEWRITING AND STENO- ORAPHV. ENGLISH AND ARITHMETIC WOODWORKING .COOKIN'i. See Mr. Bailey, Central school at once. Ottlco open Friday and Saturday evenings. Phono 1452.- Christmai Trees Order now tor delivery when required: Well grown Plr treee, 18 inches to 5 feet high, $1.00 per foot. Cash with order. Local referenoe given on receipt of Btamped addressed postal card. GLENLILY VALLEY NURSERIES P.o. Sax 163 CranbrocK, B. To the Ratepayers of the CityofLethbridge Ladies and Ge�Uemen; I liave deftaitely decided tt^oiKei' my nftmo for (he nonunatioji lor Alderwmn i� tlie com-; iiig civic elections. ' In doing so, I can sincerely ftssaye you that: ii; is not from a motive of the Uoiioi* latttfich.ed to tlio po,sition but solely I'l'om a keen sejgise of public duty. In my Immble opiuion^ X believe tliat; our city haiij arriveil at the parting ol" the ways. Therefore jt h^^hoves us to exorcise great care in the choosing of our AI-deriiion for the Qoming-year. We want men who would go to the Council Chamber with open minds and without Winkers on thpir eyes, men whq have a keen conception of the duty they owe the city, who are not committed to tliis or that faction but who would earnestly endeavor to advance the interests of the city ,therehy making our city greater and a brighter place to live in. Finally, if you think that I ])ossess these qualifications, then I ask .y��i, in all modesty, to send me to the Council Cluunher.as one of your representatives wherein I shall bo jn'o-]),'rrod (o .serve you+o the best of my ability for a more jirosperous aud greater L�thbridgo I have the Jionor to be, Yours respectfully^ LOUIS KEEL ;