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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTllitimXJK DAILY. HKKAM) Pane 3 "THE HAIRS OF YOUll HEAD AUK NUMBERED" There is n grot deal of Iruih in the viloliiy gives out. The hull lie-'ins to turn grey. This is particularly unfortunate us we ore living in an crfc when to LOOK young meinVM ,Te YOUNG .nd IMPORTANf positions. Old lofiie. So to the bncfcjSround. If you should begin to chnlk down every day ol your life, the exnct number of hairs that turn grey, you would be surprised and toon learn thai "The Grey Ham of Pre- mature Old Age" come on very quickly, i! you nefilcc't them. Betfin to count, and Use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH PLANT READY FOR CONGRESS Flushing Work at Power House and the Car Barns DELEGATION TO BE8ENT HERE NATIONAL IRRIGATION CON ORESS PROMISES TO SEND REPRESENTATIVE ,TO LETHBRIDGE jSalt lake City, Utah, Oct. Jorc tho National Irrigation Congres yesterday, Governor Spry o! Utah strongly favored the increase by tin Hoveniment o! its bonded indebted 'ness, as fat as reclamntiion is con coined. He declared, where possible tho government should conserve tin flood waters at the heads oi the riv ers for distribution below. Following an address by Norufa S. Rankin, representing the Western Canadian irrigation association, a resolution was passed providing a representation of tile congress at the next meeting of the Canadian associ- ation at Lethbridge. Neil Neilsen, trado commissioner to 'America from South Males, Australia, declar- ed the interest of the producer is practically, identical in all countries. Fine with W4 -sfo There are two busy spots in the city these car bains and the city power station on the river bottom. Here the forces of men at work arc bending all their energies toward getting the machinery in place before Oct. 19, so that no breakdown will mar the biggest week' in the his- tory of'thn city. Work was.started yesterday in nul- ling Ihe roof on the car barns Which are 200 feet by 85 feet. The tracks arc also being put in and in a couple of days the repair pit in tlie main part of. the ham will he ready lot- use. The experts are also putting in place the large motor generator set which is looked to to carry the street- car system during Dry-Farming Con- gress week, when the load will be nmcli heavier than it was even dur- ing fair week. Slipt. Held is deter- mined that there shall he no break- down if there is any possibility oi preventing, it. The new machine, is twice as large as that which is now carrying the load on the street car systein, and with the two machines working will be able to carry all the cars available. As soon as the car barns are com- plete the office of the stteet railway system will be removed from the city hall, an office specially for the put- pose of being fitted up in the car barns and substation building. The whole building is complete in every j detail, and will be sufficient until the system has tw-enty or even more cars in operation. At the power station work is pro- HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE PROVIDING FOR HON. MR. FOSTER PREMIER TO CREATE JOB ]N COMMISSIONER'S 'POWERS Ottawa, Out. George E. Foster, who is again on .his way to England for. another two months', stay there on imperial business, will have headquarters established there permanently. Mr. Foster is slated to fill the of- fice of Canada's imperial minister as proposed in Premier Borden's scheme for more direct representation o! Canada in imperial affairs in Lon- don, lie will become Canada's diplo- matic agent and general representa- tive in Loudon, w'ith a salary oi a year. The present scheme is to extend tho scope and importance of the high commissioner's office by giving it semi-diplomatic and advisory or con- sultative functions in relation to the imperial government. As successor to Lord Strathcona, retiremi-nt may be expected next year. Kir Hugh Graham anil Sir Kdmiiml Walker have teen mentioned, but under the new proposals Mr. Fos- ter, by reason oi his political experi- ence and training and- his aptitude for the larger problems of politics, has undoubtedly superior claim for the position. gressing rapidly in setting np tlie new" turbo-generator, which will lie by far the largest piece of machinery in the plant. It is capable of producing horse power, the other nachines now working, all taken tv, gether, produce about 1000 horse pow- r. The engine for this iifachine is bc- ng installed' and the large generate s on the ro'a'd and will arrive here Saturday and Sunday, giving al- nost two weeks in which to put il 11 place. All the new boilers are in place anil ready for use as soon as needed to Irive the turbo-generator. When con work is completed Leth- iridge' will' have one of the finest power stations in the west, complete- ly fire-proof, capable oi producing 3000 horse, power, and worth very close to half a million dollars. Fraternal Societies, Notice! 'Any frate-niai or other organization !n the city, who are prepared to assist in the reception to ll.K.H. the Gover- nor-General on Wednesday evening next, and who have not received a copy of the letter sent out recently, Inviting them to do so, arc retmesiei to eommunic-ate at once with Arthur llayr. chairman of the Committee, or with the Secretary the Hoard of Trade. Steel Range is an ornament to [any kitchen, as well as a wonderful L cooker and bakery 203 HAD DINNER WITH LOGGERS DUCHESS AND PRINCESS DINED ON VENISON AND LOGAN- BERRIES Victoria, B.C., Ocl. Duchess and Princess Patricia spoke delighted- ly last ownlus of their visit to the log- gins camp yesterday. After motoring Lbirty miles, they were carried up the mountain side the last two' and a half miles, before reaching the camp, by a specially constructed railway. They saw huge trees cut down, and admired immensely the manner in which they were handled. The loggers were ner- vous and shy, when they had been told that their Royal Highnesses wore to visit the camp, and they 'were greatly at a loss to know how they should ad- dross royalty. Hut in a very short lime the unaffected friendliness 01 the Duchess and the Princess put the men at their ease, and soon they were vie- ing with one another in imparting in- formation about logging operations to their Royal 1-lighuesses, who were par- ticularly interested in watching the great logs go down the steep slide to tho river below, which flows to the sawmill. At noon their Royal Highnesses ask- ed to have precisely the same fare as the loggers, and enjoyed their lun- cheon, which included venison and lo- ganberries, the latter declared deli- cious by the Princess. The Duchess and F-rincess, in taking leave of (he loggers, shook hands with them all, and were enthusiastically cheered. ELECTION OF DUMAJHBERS CLERICS AIM AT INCREASED RE- STUFF- ING VOTERS' LISTS Si. Petersburg, Oct.. elcc. lions for tho fourth Duma are now ill progress, and when the results an? made known it. will probably be found j that the plans of .the church and its allies for returning a great number of priests as members have been suc- cessfully carried out. The estimate of the new block, which it is intended to create, is members, of 'whom twenty-five at least are to be holders of bishoprics of the higher benefices of the church. To ensure the return of certain mem- bers, most extraordinary tactics have been adopted, and there are places where there have been added to the register names not known locally. In one constituency quite recently an election meeting was stopped on Ihe grounds that public matters were being discussed. This would seem to ho reducing an election meeting to ils smallest proportions. In these eir- e.nmatances the final returns are awaited with more curiosity than in- terest. TO ISSUE WRITS AGAINSHHE MEN MILLOWNERS AT OLDHAM PRO- CEED AGAINST OPERATIVES WHO WENT ON STRIKE RUNNING DOWN BANK ROBBERS DID MAN ARRESTED IN ST. LOUIS HELP ROB NEW WESTMIN- STER BANK SPEAKERS ON FORESTRHHOSEN TEN PROMINENT MEN WILL AD- DRESS MEETINGS AT THE CONGRESS Chairman Carlos 0. Hales, of the section on agricultural forestry of thn International Dry-Fanning Congress, to ho held here October next, has solecled as Ills assistants in Ibis, work nlno of tho best known men in for- estry work of the United Slates and Canada, received their pro- mise lo attend and spenk. Mr. liates, who will preside at these meetings throughout the week, is chief of ailvlcs In dislrk-t '1 of the Un- ited States Forest Service, and Is sta- tioned at Denver, Colo. He is in charge of mvostltiiiliiiti work in Colo- rado, Wyoming, the Black Hills, Kan- sasi-aml Nebraska. Tlie working members of bis com- mittee ore: Prof. Charles A. Scon, secretary, state forester of.Kansas and professor of forestry in Kansas State Agricultur- al College, "who Is appointed as a re- presentative of Kansas. Prof. Scott was formerly in charge of tree plant- ing for the forest service In the Ne- braska sandhills, ami professor of for- estry in Iowa State College. Or. Hugh P. Baker, representative from Iowa, and the eastern Slates, is professor of forestry at Syracuse Uni- versity, Syracuse, N.Y., and was for- merly of Iowa State College and Pennsylvania State College. Prof. George L. Clolhier has been chosen as the representative of Tex- as, Oklahoma, Oregon and Washing- ton. He Is professor of forestry. In Washington State College, ami was formerly of Louisiana. G Morris rloniaus represents Cali- fornia and tho Southwest. He is state forester of California, and was i formerly in the United States Forest service. Prof. B. O. Loiigyear, the represent- ative of Colorado, is professor of hort- iculture and forestry in Colorado Ag- ricultural college, and ex-officio state forester of Colorado. Acbibald Mitchell is the repre- sentative of the province of Alberta. is a commercial nurseryman at Coaldnle, adjacent to Lethbridge, and was formerly with thu forestry branch of the Canadian government. Dr. Aveu Nelson, professor of 'biol- ogy of the University of Wyoming and a specialist in the study of trees and shrubs, is the representative of Wyoming.. J. D. Ream, of Broken Bow, Ne- braska, is thfl representative from that state. Saskatchewan is represented Norman M. KOBE, chief of tree plant- ing division of the forestry branch of the Canadian government, and Is sta at Indian Head, Sask." Chicago, Oct. West, alias J. Stacey, suspected of complicity in the robbery oi the New Westminster bank, arrived from St. Louis last night accompanied by l.i. Burns and Detective Oahill. The prisoner was heavily shackled. At the railway station the party entered Chief Assistant Police Scliuct- ler's automobile, and was driven to the tatter's ollice in the city ball, where the prisoner was questioned at j length. An ehlerl LETHBRIDGE TO BE THE NEWS_ CENTRE PUBLICITY MAN WILL LIVE HERE AND REPRESENT SYNDICATE OF AMERICAN JOURNALS DOMINION UARE One of the Finest Residential Building Sites in Lethbridge Free FREE Dominion Square BUILDING RESTRICTION 80 FT. BOULEVARD HANDSOME ENTRANCE IMPOSING .STRUCTURE Kow You Get it Call at the ollicc of Mitford Co., and ask for a Dominion Square ticket free. Keep the ticket in your posses- sion Saturday, October 12tb, 191.2. The number of your ticket may bring you the lot. How it Works .Mayor Hatch sealed an envel- ope Wednesday morning and de- posited it in his safe. The envelope will be opened on Saturday, October 12th, and the enclosed number will be the lucky one. The number Is between 1 and Whoever has that num- ber gets free. Dominion Square STREETCARS ADAMS' PARK GALBRAITH SCHOOL WATER, SEWER, NATURAL GAS ON ADJACENT PROPERTY If your ticket, is the Bight one yon. get the Lot Absolutely FREE Hustle now to the office of Mitford Co. Everybody Gets Something) Remember! You don't, have to spend five cents, conditions. Absolutely free. Take ride What You Get 1. Every person who draws a ticket will exchange it on Satur- day, October ,12th, for two street car tickets. Yon are then given a Tree I'ide to Dominion Square to inspect the property, on Saturday afternoon. October 12, 1912. DESCRIPTION OF LOT 2. Lot 17, Block JO, Dominion Square, one block from Adams' Park; one block from Westminster Boad." 3. A large lot in Dominion Square, covered by building restric- tions. We were taxed to our limit nil day to- day. You Will Have to Come Quickly Many tickets'gone. No catch, no. special to see Dominion .Square on Saturday, October 12. Only tickets. Gome'quickly. No more will be issued under any consideration. LEAD OUT LEAD OUT ANYBODY CAN FOL- LOW COME QUICKLY Sixth St. Opp. Herald Open Evenings' THE SANEST Proposition In Western Canada in the best city under the Sun. CANADA THE THEME IN BRITISH woman appeared at po- Eiimollton, Oct. M. Oillis formerly publicity commissioner o Wctaskiwin, but who resigned a wee ago has taken a commission with a syndicate of Tnited States trade journals to cover the provinces ot o- lice headquarters yesterday, stating Alberta and Uritish Political Writers Realize Borden's Delicate Posi- tion on Naval Question licient influence at tlie present junc- ture, the wr ter regrets the. failure to take the naval question outside parly politics. This Fellow Indignant The Standard publishes an inter- view "with a gentleman holding a re- articles and to collect information re- the Dominion may not be ready for, CITY AND DISTRICT. Board of Trade The executive of the Board of Trade will bold iis regular weekly meeting this evening in the Board office. The Bank Clearings The hank clearings for the week elding today are as com- pared with for the previous week. VULCAN Vulcan. Oct. .1. Camp- her bell, oi How Island, is visiting daughti-r, Mrs. D. Halliday. .Mis. T. H. Lebon is in Clarcsholm this week. Mr. l.i-hon will join her ilit Oillis. who is an old newspaper stnrdiness and progress, may ho man h is his time 'through the aerated, the effect 011 the whole has; Canadian minister's visit, central states oi the Union and Cen-j been decidedly good. This writer, speaking of the delay in announcing To Attend Congress Calgary Herald: The secretary oi the board of trade is arranging with the C. P. R. for a couple of sleeping cars to take a party oE members the board for a three-days' visit to the Dry-Farming Congress at Lethbridgo. The party will visit the southern city for the first half of the week ending October 26, leaving Calgary on the boVt'nc'uiu uuui mi i. i board of trade who arc desirous of He tral and Western Canada. Port Arthur buy. and his early train- re, to of their niece. A Mitchell arrived with a line new car. ,-bon will join ner ,n -nl at the marnase Saturday ing has given him a knowledge of business and political doings in Can- ada, which he has closely followed journalistic n Winnipeg he transfer- Canada's navy policy, says "The plain fact, of course, is that Ihe llorden cabinet is in a position of extreme delicacy. Canada lias begun I to see what may he her that is to say her future within the hm- inadian ministers visit. taking this trip may obtain all partlc- upon appl.cation to the secr, Canadian defence ambitions." sfer- is to say her llltlire reifhis attentions lo Calgary, anil still desires a future that from there he moved to Wetaskiwin, shall be Canadian even more than it Mrs. (Dr.! Drown and daughter have, F. been the guests oi Mr. and Mrs A. Elves during the past week. Mr. .-.nil Mrs. C. Jones, Miss K. n.mdass and Mr. Frank Wilson were Sun'.lay visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglass. Frank Nicholson has moved his re- sidence fan her up Minerva St. The Ladies' Aid met on Thursday i taking the position of publicity com- missioner, condjiiling an exceptional- ly successful advertising career about is .British." After saying that the present Can- and Dr. Brown ntotored Cayley on .Sunday. irom London, Oct. threatened la- hor trouble at Oldham, where, mill operatives threatened to strike be- cause the owners would not pay the compensation to a girl who was in- jured while cleaning i........-, against orders, has culminated in a strike oi a hundred operatives. The! Dr. Fargueson, superinleudenl of owners in pursuance oi their threat missions for the I' church, to take proceedings against am- strik- paid the field here a short visit this ers, have notified the men that writs will he served on them for illegally I Mrs. ami Miss Terw illiner have re- stopping work. I mined to tteir home, in Minneapolis. tu.i-.-i .U....U adian national tribute to the Tlukc t'he middle oi September. Mr. Oillis' j and Duchess of Connanght is a bem- name is well known in the newspaper--------------------- oilieers and ihf public departments of the government and municipalities of the three westcin provinces, and it is this knowledge that has made, this svmlicate choose him as their repre- Thursday i 5entativc in lte lvcst. at the home oi Mrs. H. F. Richard- j____________ son. .1. S. F.lves and family, E. S. Elves A local Dramatic club has been or- comi.csuiai.ioii u, s... W'i'i'd rccOntly. This club will pre- jnred while cleaning moving machines snn several concerts during the si-a- II. Breadner, tariff expert, for the C. M. A. for Fome years, joins the staff of the appraisal branch of the federal customs department. A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merlden. Conn., 40 years old. was advised by her Physician lo try Dr. Marten's Female Pills, ane did so with won- dcrf'.i! results. Thousands of others would say the same. 7.0 years the standard, at ycur crtiflglst. DISTRICT COURT AT RAYMOND llavmond, Oci" Winter presided in the District Court here yesterday. There was a shori docket of small debt, cases, which were vapid- ly disposed of. Mr. Laurie, barris- ter, of Cardslon, attended. CONVICTS LYNCHED NEGRO Rawllns, Wyo., Oct. at the Wyoming state penitentiary today lynched Frank Wigfall, a negro and ex-convict who late last night, wat put In the slate institution for safe keeping. Wlsfall was arrested on a r.harpi- of attacking Mrs. Ksthcr ills- gins aged 73, last Sunday. Canadian ANNOUNCE Xmas Excursion Rail Rates From the West in Connection with THE ROYAL LINE Alo-M direcl route to Bristol and the Continent. Tirktls on sale November 7th to December 31 inclusive, with n return limit of live months from date of issue. Good Going en ROYAL GEORGE tons) From Montreal, Nov. 13 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS ROYAL EDWARD tons) From Halifax, ROYAL GEORGE tons) From Halifax, "pels of choice Itorth reservations and full information from steamship agent or write tffOJiOU A. H. DAVIS. GENERAL Scott Block. 272 Main Street, Wlr, ____ ;