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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TVw'to.v, October'11, THE LETTriminOE DAILY IIEltALT) To PreTCMt Chapped Sldii IGREAT PREPARATIONS rrrrTT-i A t? nTT- warm water Baby's Own Soap. The warm opens the pores of the skin und thu minute particles of pure refilled oils which form the creamy, fraKrunt lathvr of Bjby's Own Soup in'e absorbed into the skin, keeping it .soft, healthy. and preventing cracks nnil chaps. A perfect rinsing, then smart rubbijig when drying jjuaitmtecs it fine smooth skin in any FOR THE APPLE SHOW Spokane's Big Event In November to Eclipse All Efforts Canada's Standard toilet and nursery soap for over 30 years, 'ALBERT LIMITED, CHARGE AGAINST CITY Spokane, Wash., Oct. the accepinnce of apiiolntments lo tho Hoard of Governors by Pacific north- west state executives and prominent growers of every apple-producing dis- trict. Hie official list of men who 'will direct affairs of the llflli National Apple .show, to bo held in Rpokano, November 11 to 17, in now complete. The work of President itobert Ii3. Strehorn, Chairman W. T. Day of (lie 'board of trustees, and Vice President ,f and General Manager II. C. Sampson will be supplemented ,by the directing inllnencc of the following men, who compose Ihe board of governors: Governor .Marion tl. Hoy, Washing- ton; Governor Kdwin U Norris, ilon- Governor .lames U. i-lawley, Ida- ho; Tllghl lion. Sir Richard Mclirldo, Premier of British Columbia: Lleuten- nut Governor VY. P. Patterson, British Hon. Price Kilison. .Minis- ter of British Columbia; W. k. State Board of Horticulture, GasJ 'n. Oregon; F. A. of tint spraying umchlneH. Professor Thornber will bo at Iho show through, out Iho week, and will direci the bn.vs' and girls' apple Judging contest, another new feature of this year's exhibition. Cheap Hallway Rates Tho of patronage of tho ilf'l National Applo Show is greatly ex- tended through tho Krantlni; of greatly reduced fares to Spokane by tho Transcontinental Passenger assocla- lion. Tho reduced rains will apply not only to the apple show, hut to the National Orange convention, to be held in Spokane, November 13 to Tho sessions of the grange will open 10 here on thu third day of the applo i eralion of tin show and will bring Ihousands of j late regime vc GREECE WILL LIKELY DECLARE FOR FIQHT (Continued from trout Chrlitlan Loyalty road to thu Turkish town 'of' Timlil Tho reliahilily of tho Christians' from the north is now open lo thu survinis in the ranks of the Turkish advance of the Montenegrin army, annv is one of tin, Rrcat problems of i Off Home to Fight the 'moment fur tliti Ottoman com maiiders. The' Armenians are expect ed to licliaro loyally, but it is said Chicago, Oct. scenes or enthusiasm a battalion I the premises I Cashmere, Wash.; W. C. llnldiw; I Okanogan, W. N. Irish, North I cral furious assaults that the Turki repulsed. Both forces suffered heavy losses in killed ami wounded. The fighting lasted fourteen hours. The 6: N. company, Spokane, Ij-ophy- cup for ten best boxes com- mercial apples grown alopg their Valley Nursery Com- LLREADYFOR THE CLEANING HUETT5 the lack of men, over 1000 employee falling to report for duty todas Hal kan reservists to the humbu of have enlisted in Gary.. "The local Ser viiin rest 987 euTolled, 'the Bosnia battalion 405, the Heregoyipa bit d (on 293, the IJka battalion "10 Hie Montenegro battalion .the Pulfcaj i'an 1000, and the Moeedbhlan ton -110: liattaljqn liattal 410 TARIFF THROTTLES BARLEY INDUSTRY ,R. McKENZIE. '.SHOWS LOSS TO CANADIAN FARMER BY OLO8- ING OF U.S. MARKET letlcr b3> R lawful agreement and conspiracy, the addition Wash.; Ralph 0 burg, Waeh.: W. S. Thornbor, Lewis- (115 libel" 'ind sl'indcrs "iKan LUC plaintiff 'in the said office of chief oi slan'Ie'-f i _ in (jr. Hr-Fr-m j 10, The defendant, the city of l.clh-; j ton, Idaho; P. L. Orcult, Moscow, Ida. police, and also imputing tnal me was of criminal oi- bridge, on or about the Mil, of ncp- Charles Pope, Ashland. Oregon; fences The said charts, libels 1912, without giving the no- H. UoollttlCi Ontario. Oregon; James slanders arc the words" following, thai required to he given as alleged m Kilslo, c.. P. R. E. DeHOrt, islns-iv tllC telcm' (lul Kelowna, B. C.: H. J. O'Oormau, Dak- That the plaintiff in- dis- c m Cash. while on duty as chief of the plamllll from the Laid ol- 6 loxicalcd while on duty as chief police. Hccond That the plaintiff while cliiff of police received monies from keepers of disorderly houses for his own personal use, the parlies, from whom he received m-onics being Etliel Fuller and May Howard. Third For having appropriated to his own use and not accounted to the oitv for monies received from licenses since that dale has withheld from the plaintiff ail tiie emoluments of the. said oflice IS paid tember, 1S12, ar.d had deprived the excepting the sun.1 of the Ifivh day of Sep- Falls. Wash.; and W. T. Burns, Jlos- Idaho. Spraying Machine A novel and educational feature has been added to -the events, in the shape lines from the police court. li. The mavor and council oi IhR citv of Uthbridgc sitting as a police U.o city of Lclhtndsc, threaten committee are servants.and.ascnts of continue to doprivo the plamtiti the defendant, the city of Lcthbrldge. Concedes Onr Circulation 7. The said mayor and council of ihe city of Lcthbrillgc, sitting as a police committee and acting within thi-ir powers, delegated to them by till' said city, did, as servants and agents of the saiil city by .resolution maliciously, falsely and wrongfully. paragraphs, order and 'procure the said words con- 1 3. special dan.'agcs as plaintiff of the dignity, honor and ere- Of a contest of spraying machines, dil of the said office and lias thereby Spaco win allowed free of charge committed a breach of the terms, pro-j to macbines entered, and each Vili visions and conditions of the contract be gjven an (osls known to orchard- "c ists. The results will bc'siven on a special score card arranged by Prof. W. S. Thornber, .horticulturist of the Lowiston-CIarkston School of 'llorti- tnre, who will have charge of this competition. Tho contest is another feature of tilt nnder which the plaintiff was en- gaged as aforesaid, and the defendant the emoluments, dignity, honor and credit of tho said office and thereby continue a breach of the said tract. In consequence whereof the plaintiff has suffered and is suffering great loss and damages. The plaintiff therefore claims 1. damages in regard the matters alleged in the first eight! narairranhR- I which will he educational program the keynote of the ap- ___ pie show. Although no prizes "Will b given to the winners, diplomas witl given to LUC winners, uipiuiims i-n to he awarded showing the performances the domestic science department. Yellow New town Pip-pin, Winesap or variety; of same; A. B. Ausbauher Company, New York, 100 Ib. .package Ausbacher spraying H. L. Burst Mfg. Company, Fitz-AH spray- er, outfit No. 1; Milton Nursery com- pany, Milton, Ore., 250 Rome Beiiuty and 250 Wagoner one-year-old trees, for bpst ten boxes 'Rome Beauties; Wiistington Nursery company, Top- penish, Wash., 5500'stajdard yearling apple trees, for best'ten boxes Winter Hananas; Carlton Nursery company, Carlton, Ore., 100 two-year old Jona- thans best live'boxes Jonathans; Charles Hewitt, set of four Hewitt folding ladders. Food values cf apples 'will be de- monstrated at the fifth National Apple the domestic science department of the Clark high school of Spo. kane. Apples will he cooked and ssrv- ed in every manner known to culinary science. Classes will lie held at the show each afternoon under supervis- ion of Miss Clara G. Bond, head of Etituting the alleged charges, libels sind slanders to he printed by the so- licitor nf the said defcmlant, the1 city of and the said mayor Jiml council give and publish to a news- paper, to wit "Tile l.ethhiiilge a printed copy of the said words and did I hereby procure the said The l.i'lliliri.lge Herald, to pull- out in the 9lh paragraph. S. A declaration of this Honorable Court that ihc defendant, the city oi i [DEVELOPMENT. AT RED DEER Edmonton, Allis., -The LeUihriilgc, did not on the I-1th day Door Development Company has been of Sept. 1912, or at any other time incorporated, under the laws of the dismiss the said plaintil'i from the of- i province of Alberta with a stated cap! flee- of'chief of police because the no-j of" us ihe parent of prominent enlists in Canada tice reiiuircd to be given was not organization of a number industrial and England are identified with the resented by W. P. Bull, J. P., of Tor- onto, while R. Heinie of Lancaster. Eng.. represents ihe British interests. It is understood that a large number Ihe parent {of prominent capitalists in Canada the said in upwards of i ___ _. t_. 5000 an issue of the said Lclhbridge, and entiik-d to ail the newspaper which said issue of 5000 j emoluments of the said ollh'C umcth- copies was circulated rcai bv a large number of given ami the iliat companies, one of which, the Rod complied ami lluil tin- plaintiff Company, incor- big enterprise. Mr. Mcl.ellan announced in tbe people ollicc. An injunction against the lily Lethbridge, its mayor ami council and johu of tfdmonlon, who projects, lie added all the other servants of the said ciiyi ]ms representative of the Can- "Tile fact that prominent capitalists restraining'the said city from inter- rjo'-crnnient attached to the im- have decided to invest their mousy in ferini; plaintiff in the M-i mj.'rltion corps -in Great Britain with'this part of Central Alberta indicates rights', emoluments, dignity, 1 in Uvcrpool, hr.s return-! that they have carefully investigated j credit or honor of the said ollite un-j Of UK: Manufacturing j the opportunities. possibilities and vantages in manufacturing enterprises in Ihe district immediately tributary to Edmonlon, and may be accepted as an assurance that industrial concerns All (lie best brands rnrriod in stock. L'rosh iind dcliglitful in oviM'y way. lid us show vou. Lethbridjie feat Harktt J. MURPHY, PROP. Majestic Theatre, Phone 635 i-d a capitalization of ?200-! course of an interview at Edmonton wv will establisl, a machine shop, that the company has extensive plans plow ami wagon factory at Red Deer, for manufacturing agricultural imple- _ i Kavinir also lhat the men ide'Ti- Winnipeg, .Sept. 12, .'to the Imposition of the Dtagley tariff' by the United Stalky barleyi was one of the principal money'.making farm crops of Canada. The high pi-ices received by Ontario farmers for their barley 'and the in- centive given to the production of that the existence, of thei re- ciprocity treaty .between 1354 and 1SSU, is now a matter of history, even after Iho abrogation of that treaty and the imposing of considerable duty on the Toronto manufacturer whose asking the government to establi t parcels post system was adopted by the C. M. A. convention at Ottawa. illnstratlon of the relationship betwee production and access to a remuner. that country. For the seventeen years between 1876 and both inclusive, we ex- ported to the United States alone show, November 11 to 17, by girls of bushels which yielded Cana- imports of barley into the United tive mraket. Our average 3 e n lj CA States, Canadian farmers found a prof-. port Of bai ley for the- decade enduig liable market for large quantities in and j cr with ail the authority of the said 540 acres of land with trackasu! meets, saying also lhat the mel wlirrc 540 acres o an w on -til" Alberta Central railway has Hilled with the parent company are ibeen acquired for-industrial purposes, j thoroughly experienced in industrial 1- diaus upwards of For tho succeeding 19 years our total ex- ports of barley to all countries was bushels and to the United States only as against bushels for the 17 years prev- ious to the Dingley tariff. The signi- ficance ot these figures Is that when the Canadian farmers wero closed out from the United States market by a high tariff wall they practically ceased to produce barley for export, because the production became unprofitable at the prices which they could realize. Canada is exceedingly well adapted to the production of barley; Ontario lakes second place to no country in malting barley. While the western prairies surpass the adjoining north- western states, botli in the quality and tbe quantity of barley per acre pro- duced, as evidenced by the inspection returns of Winnipeg and Minneapolis. For the crop of 1909, barley inspec- tion, as follows: In Winnipeg No. 2....... No. 3 extra r Winnipeg aud Minneapolis, reaVl credit or honor ol tbe said unite tin-1 A as Of Jlanu til the plaintiff is legally dismissed, j aml wiu superin or the said office becomes "lawl-illy c.jon of builc tond the of action. CHILDREN TO BE WELCOMED j construction of factory buildings, up- j on which work will begin al It 1 is expected to have some of the struc- tures completed the coming winter. conducted upon a business basis can londenined grade In Minneapolis Cars 106 8S7 261 77 1 0 Cars 15 in this Xo. 3 extra Xo. Apartment House For Large Families Planned in Montreal Montreal. Oct. Order of St. Sulpico have decided U: erect q. huge npavtriumt house on Cote Des Xcighs road. Tho building will have twemy- four ait.arlments of ten rooms, each suite to be provided with wine rooms, refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, etc. It is announced thar the apartments arc being erected to satisfy the grow- ing demand for accommodation of largo families. People with small children will be welcomed, instead of being banned, as la most apartment houses. The 'Canadian interests of the lied ho operated as successfully in Dee- Development Company are rop province- as farther west. 1 fee! safe _____________________in saying also that the men hacking j ROSQERY AT CRANBROCK Cranbrook, Oct. residence of Tom Walker was broken into the other day, and ono hundred dollars in cash taken. It is supposed to have been done by boys in broad day light, tho hoys knowing that Ill's. Walker was out. TORONTO FIRE HAD CURIOUS ORIGIN Toronto, Oct. skunk flo- ured in a fire which destroyed the shsc'K on tbe east side of the Mu- nicipal Hotel on Queen street, just west of Bay, shortly after ten o'clock last night. The fire was the polecat's revenge for the blaze started when someone tried to end the animal's life. The animal had been disturb- ing the neighborhood with its odoriferous presence for some time. Last night a man armed with a gun set out to render civic service. Hi shot at the animal, the bullet went through it and in- to a can of gasoline, which ex- ploded and set fire to the shack. Tho firemen were called. The building, however, was almost completely destroyed. in saying also that the men hacking j the Itp-.l Deer Pevelonment Company have satislicd themaelvcs that the N freiglit rates will work out rather to Iho advantage manufacturing com- panies in tho West." Certain in results beca use purest in quality; try it and Condoroocd...... grade Total Minneap- oils, 1S..302 cars. Winnipeg inspection shows nearly S7 per cent. Xo. 3 and heller, while Minneapolis only shows 5 per cent. No. 3 and better. For the crops of 1910-11 Winnipeg inspection gives SI per cent, and 39 per cent, of Xo. and bitter, while Minneapolis scarcely shows 2 per cent Apart from the fact that barley is a good yicldor on Canadian soil, it ii; well adapted for a rotation crop v.-itli wheat and oats and valuable to the prairie farmer as a crop for the Slip pression of weeds and for that purpose alone would be cultivated did we have a market that would insure fairly re muneratlve prices, resulting undoubt- iii a larger yield of other grains because of the soil being clean fron weed seeds. The case of barley is an illuminating GIRLS JUST AS GL.AD ARMS LONGER; Montreal, Oct. they cannot jet telephone' girls with long arms, the Bell Tele- phone Co. is' about to establish two new exchanges in Montreal One of these will be at Point St. Charles and one at Oqtremont. The business of the company-has grown so that the switchboard! at ti e present exchaiifles reached limit of size. They just t hold mother plug hole within the reach of standard g'uag'c hello girls, in 1910 tin tel-phone company had four ex changes Theie ale now, and with tfe about to be aided there will be eiqht In 1901 there were 9228 Bell instruments in the city Toaiy there are 35 GREAT GENERALS WHO HAVE- BEEN THROWN FROM THEIR 1 HORSES Majoi Ceueial 6n H Kawluison who had thi, mishjiluni. to injure hit leb -v fill Irom bib ho the othei ihn i the second b'Trnet Of J. ciea, lion ol ind is thi. sou of i dib.. tlutuibl ed Ihouth still onh -IS he has had a brilliant career. Hef joined the l L noilb Hides mJSS-1 ind was U f L-Qid when the iatlu comnraidei iu chiet in Indu lie bened 111 the Bui ma cumpiifcii and Immt, into the toldstieim Guaids jears ato wisD to Loi'd Kitch cnpi in tho Soudan ciminttn lie was AA.G in the siege of 4 tood mam distinguished Generals have suffered In the same was as General R nv llnson 1 he Duke of Wei lintton w is thrown it i to the delight of George IV. .-who hated und feared the IJuKo loid Kitchen accident at bimli from the to suffer, was the result of n ridiug accident, and the dsath of William 111. may he cited also. ___I.e., before the Dlhgley tariff w opposed, w is sliahtlj nine mil ion bushels the pr ce for the vhole of that ponod aging aiouml "Oc. per biibhel 1-or the, ddcade 1SOS o 1908 the price dropped lo 8c. and the average export to 1100 bushels -During Mlpse jears the cost of production as compared to the trevious decade WIG mituiilij de Greased, compelling growers to desist rom growing barley in any quantities. During all these years barley com nahded a higher price inahe United States than in Canada and the sig u leant fact remains the leriod the U. S- wore exporters of jarley in considerable quantities, com- lletely exploding the fallacy 'so fre- I Luently sot up by opponents of wider narkets, that a eount-ry does not im- iort any commodity of .which they iroduce a surplus. The exports of barley from ihe .Unit- ed States for tho last three years wore: IOCS are not yet 1011 Tile exports of 1912 available. Returns for Ihe first .six nonllis show a considerable Quantity of barley exported. In the fact'Of those exports barley was an average of from 20c lo 250 a bushel higher in Minneapolis ;han in Winnipeg, for 1910, and up till the time tho nuv; crop came in the marltci. H. McKEMZIK. ELECTRICIANS Calgary, Oct. 10. iTRIKE OVER -The electricians' strike came to an end tcday, all the master of the city r.c- ceriinf; to ilie deman-dr, of the journey- men for an increase- of from nnn to GO cents an hour. MISS FRANCES HOLLANDER Miss Frances Hollander, nlso known under many other- names, is under arrest in -New York for stealing val- uable gowqs. It is believed she be- longs to a wealtlvy family although the correct name she wjli not give. Charges have been made against her in a targe nurnber .of cities, where in turn she has posed as the daughter of Governor Foss of Mas- sachusetts, the wife of Lew Fields the comedian, and a great many others. Her love for a Harvard student she says'did it all. For Newly- Weds Someone penned a limerick tor ihe Newly Wedded Good nth-ice for a new I y-wcil pair. "Build your home in .Dominion Square. You arc. sure lo become weallliy, And ciin'l help bin W healthy, you locale in Dominion ;