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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October lfi12 THE LETHMKIDGK DAILY HERALO THE HERALD SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN NOMINATION BLANK The Lethbridge Herald Prize Distribution Campaign 5000 Votes 1 desire imiko UK following noiniiiiilinii Jfominntod by Address Tills nomination is good Tor 5000 free Only ono naniliiiiUpn will bo accepted for each Names ol iiersons making nominations will not be WANTS CALIFORNIA TO SEEK CONGRESS o Writer jn Farm Magazine Makes Appeal for Ex hibit at Lethbridge following on why California should send a good delegation to the DryFarming Congress convention and boost for Los is from the Little Farms pub lished at Log Is it worth while to have the edu cative inlluence of the DryFarming convention 6xtetfil6d to California Daniel banker and landowner of convention ivfis held last yar si tiles that the extra this because of dry farming of the agricultural products in figures up to Worth while working for And muchMor Waahing txviceor three times as muclifor In the yUit form of the DryFarming Ccngress goes a cooperjUianstaniUmlixaUon at its next October at does mean to the California fruit grow Read the Worlds Work for June and see how tile Tonltown refusing 60 cents ier barrel for their apples at the turned cooperaiied and standardized and Jis a result got per barrel for every barrel in gross Giltedged apples only packed and sold at a a la Hood Itrver then under coopera tion then under cooperation then under and then under The number of picked barrels from the orchard divided into the returns gave per That idea crystaliz ed every county in does that mean cr ad ditional revenue to cur fruit growers applied to all the fruits Does it enable them ro profitably send only the giltedged fruits east Dees co operationstandardization mean any thing to The coming of the convention to Log Angeles In 13131914 means that very thing for It worth while to the counties In the every one ot for tlie farmers and fruit growers to dig down into their jeans for a 25 or 50 ccnt and chip on a dele Bates expenses I think it Theres iio time to hot a and every farmer in the state should lip and take notice and get for the Lethbridge convention is lessihan n month it all hangs on a good delegation going for if no interest is shown by no convention can be induced to So its to get busy and get husy at Dont wait a Hold a selecr your best talker and the most practical and successful man in tho county pass around ilie hand him a mirse of SI 00 and Godspeed him to LeihbTidge to bring home bacon for Cali Tho paper that Widrsce is to read to Stint convention Wirltsocs Hi DryFarming to be the family Biblo of every farmer and frill grower in our on would alone he worth a trip to Leth bridge to When a Scientific Agronomist HE tens to paper on sens economic ho exclaims Why man is a When another expert gets uy am reads a paper on th agronomist Why that mai is So irrigation arid dryfarming is i twin agricultural does it mean to our fruit growers to learn through to make OHQ inch of ditch water do th work that two do now aiid not as wel as one Intelligently conservei and dryfarming methods Dryfarming is nothing more or less than an intelli gent of brains with the a brainy iiacfccriazatioiL of the noth ing We want that tipn badly What it means for future nc man can figure in am A veritableagricultural golt mine rests under tho feet of our friil growers and farmers its just a mat digging and finding gold from the grass So get together and get together Select your de legates from each if you can afford it the more tlie bet for Oklahoma City is to send a wholetrainload of boosters for Okla homa The Lord helps him who helps but man must liusile So let each grower in the state roll up his sleeves ami go to work for that convention for Los Hell never regret CHARLES SPEAKS FOR ITSELF Grain Growers Guide 1 Here is a letter we have just re ceived Grain Growers Dear ask as to my success with the car of barley shipped to Minneapolis last win Andrew of and i going together made up a car of barley which we shipped over the Great Northern railway to Minneapolis on 12th of Decem ber last Into which can be we made a profit over what we could have got n the home market of If we had not had to pay the duty of 30 cents per bushel we would have had a clear profit of Hoping this information may be of service to I Yours Signed PETER Wright thought he made by shipping barley to and any other farm er would have thought But according to the Winnipeg Tele gram and Canadian Manufactur ers Association he must have Surely the farmers will not be footed much Wright is one of the directors of the Manitoba Grain Growers associa tion and will substantiate the facts set forth in his Went Him One Better Andrews grandmother had been telling liim Bible his favorite being that of Daniel in the lions At the age of four years he was taken to a circus for the firs When the lion tauicr put his head into the lions mouth And raws excitement knew no up and down he gleefully screamed that knocks ilie spots off LATEST PICTURE OF MARCONI AND HiS BEAUTIFUL WIFE While motoring with his wife in ftaly the inventor met with an acciden which threw the party out of the Marconi escapee without serious was badly hurt and injury to his eyes at first gives ground for tht fear that he might lose his sight Marconi is nursing him in the hospital in where he was taken immediately after THE SOLDIER PRINCE Would Rather Command arRegiment Wear A To be the Soldier Prince of the empire is an honor which Roy al Highness the Duke of Con naught does not regard in any uncertain To it carries a dignity which noi even a crowncan This fact was made manifest In all its sign ificance when the question of the succession to the dukedom of SaxeCobourgGotha had to be con sidered after the death of the heir of the late Duke of who will always be better remem bered as His Royal Highness the Duke of Rather than give up his position in the and his position ah English His Royal High ness decided to put aside the which he would have worn so worthily and so for a sol dier trained in the art of com manding invariably makes a good sovereign and a popular Not that His Royal Highness would need such an adventitious aid to for he possesses in a marked degree that charm of manner which is the magnet of and never fails to at tract all those with whom ihe possessor of that one of the chief inheritances of the royal comes into con This popularity was demonstrat ed in where the native prin proud of their rank and vied with esch other in showing ihefr regard for the Soldier Prince of as it had been strated at where His Royal Highness was once in com mandOn the day he was leav ing the the of their own free will and without any orders and suggestion from their superior lined the road as far as In order to give a parting cheer to the officer who hsd commanded the prince whose ambition has always been to lead an army against the enemy of the country which he placet above atl others on THE POKES FAMILY The Children Inherited the Prop erty of Their In 1879 the Duke of Connaught was named to the Princess Louise Mar aret of then a girl 01 nine She Is the Kaisers second cous being a daughter of the late rince Frcderlck better nown by his sobriquet of the red who served much clis iuclion as commander of a Gorman rmy corps during tlie war with in 1S70 and Tho throe children of the Duke and Dfibsss of Couruught have inherit AT HE IS FREE OF LUMBAGO Btciusi He Took GIN PILLS I have been a sufferer from for some years past and during Christmas week hud a very acute attack which coufined me About the latter part oi I met your Hill mid mentioned tuy complaint to lie advised me Jo take GIN I have been talcing them nt intervals during the early part of the present nnJ up to date have had no return of my old I feel better than I have for years ana think that wy old enemy has vanished for good and GIN PILLS will protect your Kidneys and Bladder against the ravages of No matter how much you dread cold because you have been subject to Rheumatism pr you will be free of pain if yob take GIN a 6 for Sample free if you write National Drug and Chemical of ed the popularity of their The Princess Vic WUR born in is mar ried to Guatavus Crown Princo of Sweden and Duke of Scan In time she will become Queen and her children will sit upon the historic throne of Crustavus Sweden will thus be one of the seven European kingdoms to be ruled by descendants of Queen the other six being Greece aJd Prince Arthurs youngest is the lovely Princess whose name is the feminine form of Pat The Princess Patricia accom panies her parents to Princo Arthurs who also bears name Is a manly Some years when the grandducal throne of SaxeCo burg became the suc cession passed to the IJuke of Con but he his right to The next heir was hjg the Prince but after liv ing hi iSaxeCobourg for a short the English the iron rigid ity and the exacting etiquette of a small German court to be not at all to his therefore returned to England and abandoned his claims to the German thereb grexth endepring himself to all good 1 nglfslimGn The ihioae Cobourg passed to his Prince ChAilee of puke of Al bauyf the youngestson of CALLS LETHBRIDGE A MODEL PRAIRIE CITY Splendid Tribute From An English Paper By the Canadian Malls Special Com miceiortir to On the journey from Calgury to which occupied between flvo and six we hud tt view of the snowcapped and glistening in the As we neared Jethbridge the view of fchn peaks was shut out by nearer tho being very undulating with deep in dentions near the river which are called These deep ravines are supposed to have been formed cen turies ago inciting snow We reached the city in the and called on Man the Secretary Treasurer of the Board of He took us round the city and showed among other Tie found u market for his beasts by going north and trailing 000 miles through what was iben wild erness into which was then enjoying u gold For several years he trolled with a jjcr a Then he want in ranching in and tnulPd hit cattle in He was the and holpetl to organize Montana into n In Hatch came to having drifted over the border a bunch hors which he sold in Medicine Ho found the country abounding rich resources and nobody in So lift He Is still In the stoK busi and Is also the owner ofnn ir rigated besides having 300acres of nonIrrigated wheat Ever since he has been in Leihbrideo Hatch has taken a7i interest in civil Three nto he was elected to the Counth lie lis been the main mover in the parks and houl oyard Last year he was fire Here was the most made Maym Speaking of hat uptodate fire extinguishing Engines with harness ready to drop on the horses backs in ii Prom the mens quarters above were poles running through openings iti the which the men slip saw in our Hatch saitl Hatch on City OwnercMp Wo had about 40 acres had been practically given to an acre by a company operating PROVES V1CEV Chicago Psstor Throws Convicting Views on Screen in Pulpit campaign of I A pastor of Peace Methodist Episcopal for the late representative oh the Repub lican was under way following his last Sundays when he made startling statements about the immoral business engaged in by sev eral local hotels and exhibited lantern slides to thack up his If any one in the congregation is afraid of being please leave at once for I am coming out Tvith plain facts and lantern slides to he Everyone Among the pictures ihroxvn on a screen the private register of a downtown which showed some of the rooms had iMjeii rented on an average of seven times a night for the last six I have other data about hotels and resorts which 1 am saving until my congregation has let this lecture soak declared the This is only the beginning of serious fight to make part of Chicago BEGIN DANCE IN AFTER NOON SO MILADY CAN GET SLEEP complete revolu tion in old methods of entertaining is announced for the coming of chateau life through the complaints of society women ihat they do not get their beauty sleep if they follow the whirlwind fashion and arepresent at all The change will begin with after noon dances at country us it has been found that under the old with a bull beginning at cr Ii in the evening and finishing after supper in the small Jiourg of the the especially those whose chateaus are some distance from the do not get to bciJ early often not reaching borne j in their motor cars before breakfast Accordingly the fashion has now sot in to have dances start at 3 in the and to including i st Tliis innovation has given rise to RI port ant chances in which onnd to add greatly to the charmof Womens for are not The favorite gown on these occasions is a soft sapphire or dark Trimmed with it will be replaced jy sanll bands of fur later in the The sleeves are worn very resembling the eighteenth century It is exported thai if the fashion of esc knees continues the of ilip Mario Antoinette per od may in to harmouUe with tho icncral policy of the city seems to be that ev ery public uiiity must be the beat that can be We climbed to the top of the lookout tower In fire andgot a commanding view of Ou the outskirts of could be seen the coal which we could count half have done much to make Lethbridge the prosper ous city it is The city of op portunity is what its citizens proudly call and Before is there will be a street railway running through eleven miles of the city and Eoulevarded streets and well laid out Board of Trade Office stands In the midst of what will be a beautifully aidout features of Leth bridge which in Itself no sign of beingin the centre ol coalmining There are no black 510 murky such as you might from the experience of town in Oh the city is beautifully clean and in the bright sunlight the place looked very pretty Round the City In the afternoon we met Geor1 the mayor of the who kindly drove us out in a motor car to see the citys power the begin aings of Its sewage disposal ami the citys own coal mine The mine is situated close to the power which is fchus supplied with coal at minimum From thcnn iri cipallyowned utilities on the bunk ol the Belly river we made a citcuit ot the and saw the fair grounds and hatidsomc park that is being laid This park is to have a and a shallow lake surrounded with for the benefit of the youiij Lethbridge boys and girls with this opportunity all ought to learn to The more I saw of Lethbridge the more impressed I was not only with the advantages it but with the progressive spirit which animates is You cannot see the enor mous amount of work that is being un dertaken by the citybuilding eleven imies of botievarding planting out large pleasure besides the construction of sewage disposal and daub ing the Power plant to supply power for the street being struck by the prosperity of a city that can afford such an outlay by the public spirit that votes for such Leth iridge men believe in and imi laid out H sold the property tor when called up at These poles i Two years ao we sub divided and them at fhe horses Every this tlUhg In Lethbridge is up to Tho and Then we bought 315 acres containing H natural depression of 11 Ov acres suited for a lake e Fenced in i J using the proceeds of otir old 40 acres to improve it and make 11 into a fair ground We were told the other day that we had the finest tali ground In Western Caniiia e issued debentures jnjible in thirtv years for further tmproiementa Speaking of the cltj s vi hlch is close to the power house Mr Hatch said own eight acres of coal mine We tunnelled Into the hill and found a vein 4 12 feet thick It Is estimated that TSL iu Joists forty years suppij coal ib uis y and it is delivered at cost price a at the power The coal is only uaed foi pur and for the poor who need as iihd thank there are very fovrBUchYir The or dinary cost is a so you set through haying its own mine Oul Timers iiro never out on strikt foi that would mean depriving the city of light smci We paj out men wel Miners in ordinal nnuea a e onlv paid for screened We pay our men by the carload before The after being weighed in the power is dumped into hers have a fine sense of local patriotism in the More than one man in he city to whom I talked told me that and put into conveyors winch down in front of the boilers aod e tho coal into Kach hopper feeds a movable keep ing it always The coal when consumed falls Into hoppers which feed and the ashes are thus being constantly All that has to be done is to regulate the pace oi the One man can do the work of five shovellers in this Utilities That Pay The citys public debt is tOOQOO at I 12 per A great deal of the debt is being redeemed each year by a sinking to which the of the frontage The city owns all its public after providing for the sinking fund last year we were to the On our electric alone we showed a profit of in spite of the fact that we had reduced the Our practice is to reduce cost as profits so that the purchasers reap the Each of our public utilities is run as a separate and issues its own Our street for will buy its power from the citys power and the earningsof the railway will go towards improving the Lothbridge has iindonbtedly a every cent he possessed was invested j bright only is it a mining n The citizens seem to j centre and a splendid agricultural die lake a pride in the and I doubt if bllt it Js becoming and could find another city with the more a great wholesale distributing some population as spend j ng more money on pnbllc utilities and n beautifying the city than Letli A Life In the evening i again met latch at the Chinook where i isked him questions about the joints of interest to which we had driven in the Hatch as the right raan in the right His whole heart is in the work of making Le tub ridge a model ci in every Curiously j though Canadian to the backbone was born in the Unit ed His parents weru both his early life was spent in the United At the parly age of nine he went through the Civil War with his who was an officer in the Northern and took his little son with him through out the making use of the boy as an At the close of iif war the boy drifted west Asked as to real estate values in Hatch said that if he were to give examples of the way in which values had increased lately 1 should find bard to believe Values have multiplied past few Suburban properties with in the past year have trebled in till i SlALRERTA COPP GOES TO REWARD WELLKNOWN NOVA SCOTIA POLL TICIAN DIED AFTER LIN GERING ILLNESS CopV dead after a lingering ill agpri 54 He is survived j a widmv Uvo He admitted to the Nova Scotia WHEN YOUK IIA1K BBU8HB8 OUT Your heir U Mneitlve M your evim more It up uiidtr hMvy curlipii ind diMMu of tbcrc U a you cpinb and bruih your hiir in Ihc wntch for the TRAILERS Ihu turn UH comb out witb the first mornini You MUST know that It your hair U wouldnt fill nature never intended There ii Knietliing wrong at the fool of hilr needs a tonica When you lick you like That ii your fini lit turning tiling both Ihe hii ol compiiininfi of It cant do U In any other YOUR HAYS HAlIt SI 00 and SOc at DrW Slorci or direct receipt of puce an Venlcr ctput Send IQc lor mil bottle fhllo Hay Spec Co Ncwuk N J DIXIE WRITTEN BY DAN HART OLDTIME CLOWN A FAMOUS SOUT Spokmo Oct the famous pong DivJe came to ten is explained by Dan 7Cyea old n IE usitfng m Spokjuie Daniel Decatur Eminem ami I Sticknej s circus in tue south In S and went back to New Yoik dead bioke Hart looked around awhile but there was no engagement in sight Tfie was beginning lo get iiippv in sharp contrast to the southern nightswe had been exper ISnrmettp were By night no engagement no overcoat 1 wish i was in The phrase hnibeied iu his amnS ami tnat night he wentto ms loom anu iviote tue of the lamous Dlrfe A ittle later he got company tpgether and went through the south singing the song to ben jo ueouipaniment It took like When he got to Orleans heMiad the first pi luted copj of the iong struck off Halt sajs he has this nist him headed by a crude angel ir Know How to Cheer One of the visiting British newspa nieu with the ducal sajdvihat there has nicregenuine lusty cheering in Icthbiidge than it an other point in the here impressed him as eepeeialh hearty in their greeting lo the Kings IS ROOSEVELT SANE Toronto Saturday Night The San Francisco journal which represents of American and is non without commenting upon Theodore Rboie volts singular conduct at Port during his short stay therfc some two weeks remarks that there appears unfor tunately to be but one and that is the one put for ward some time ago by Allan the celebrated who declares that ROOM velt is a pronounced that is one in whom love of and an exaggerated estimate of his own virtue and power have destroyed normal In other to put it the man is The says that withal this is the kindest ment that can be passed upon one who acted 55 did Roosevelt during his stay In And this is the man who if he place himself in the chair of the chief executive of a great Some of the worlds rulers have gone crazy during tneir tenure of but few have been crazy when they took over the His election to say the be an interesting develop ment in the history of the great i the first transcontinental Tbon ne got employment with the Knrgo Kinross Company in Northern After a experience in a office In into tho stock business on ttu Sacranienlo by his old bar in In 189ii hr elected i representative tor Digby county jit lie was again circled in IflOO ami In 1908 he was ir letuoil by Clarence He was A OdTENA RANGE easily j Thats why i it is such a marvelous fuel saver and so popular with j thrifty For Sale by STAFFORDAGNEW ;