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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October Hi, T1TE DAILY TTERALD ONi DAY MORE IN WHICH TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET FOR THE I 1 1 J-4 New Auditorium, To-morrow, Thursday, FETE at 8 p. m. Great Dancing Carnival Vote for Your Favorite Candidate for Congress Queen Coronation of the Queen of the Dry-Farming Congress Candidate receiving tho highest number of votes in the voting contest will be crowned Queen of the Seventh International DryFarming Cbngress, auii Her Royal Highness will command the festivities of the Ternsifetc. .Spectacular Double Quick Manual of Arms and Military the Lcthbridge Cadets, 120 strong, under direction of Drlllmaster Fllmer. Flaming'Torch and Juggling Act, Parallel Bar and Indian Club Swinging, Wrestling and M. C. A. Athletic Class. Every dollar goes toward defraying expenses entertaining the Congress. Every, citizen of Lelhbridse must help. Remember Thursday Night, 8 o'clock, Nevi Auditorium. Thirty dainty misses in a musical poem, depicting the traMFormatlon of the arid plains from the suit-burned waste into the Hovering land of plenty A beautiful allegory .written and performed especially tor Ihe International Dry-Fiirraliig Congress In Lethbrldge. A dazzling Kaleidoscope Picture of pretty' girls and gorgeous cos- tumes telling "the story of tho Awakening of the Eartli to the tnllness of its Opportunities under the Hamls of Mail. The Dances The Slumber Dance of the Earth Elves. The Awakening of the Slights" Earth. The Merry Elvec of the Growing Crop. The Sower and the Sunshine. The Rain and the Reaper. The Harvest Dance. Lyrics and Poem arranged by H. D. Shaw.; Costuming in charge of Mrs A. Southard Dancing in charge of. Misses Bav.-don and Jones. Music In charge of Miss Downer Orchestration under direction ot Mr. GnsSill. Rollicking Scotch Folk Dances Tho Hornpipe [Sword Dance; the Famous Scotch Reel. By Major James Home, Pipers. F.vfe, Andrews and Naismith, .assisted by the full Pipers' Band. Gaskell's Augmented Orchestra Vote for the Congress Queen Each ticket to the Terpsifete carries a coupon good foi ten votes for the Queen. The three candidates are Misses Audrey Neate, Eda Hatch, and Lucile Ecltstorra. Select your candidate, place a cross, opposite her name, tear off the coupon and place it in the ballot-box in Jackson 'Co., Drug Store window. Contest Closes Wednesday, Oct. 16th, 9 p.m. THE FOLLOWING WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE ALLEGORICAL DANCES: ____ ______ wisa MABION MoCAMBLEY MISS AVIS SMITH MISS DORIS RHODA WRIGHT MISS ELAINE. CONYBEARE M13S MABEL' LLOYD MI'SS MYRL 6'HAGEN MISS HELENA SIMPSON MISS EFFIE WALLACE MISS LEAH YOUNG MISS BESSIE LITTLE iMISS GLADYS. OTT MISS AVRIL LITTLE MISS 1ZY GORDON MISS MAMIE MCLEAN MISS ELLA BRYAN MISS MARION McCAMBLEY MISS ADAIR SIMPSON MISS- KATHLEEN GORDON MISS DOROTHY OTT' MISS AVIS SMITH MISS EDITH BALL MISS BESSIE KERR MISS PHYLISS SCHAKLE MISS DORIS SMITH MISS EDITH BAWDEN MISS JEAN GLENI8TER MISS EDNA WHITNEY Thursday Night at 8 o'clock New Auditorium Tickets Children under 12 years 50c INCORPORATED 1BSB HEAD OFFiCE, QUEBEC Bank's Progress Piling Past Six Years. Ritt, Deposits, Total Aaceti, Net Profits for Previous Year, May 31st. 1S05 Nov. 1511 G62.4CO Ssvings department established at all branches. Drafts, money orders IIH! letters of credit issued. A general banking business tronsactc'l. TTHBRIDGE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager iRASSY LAKE BRANCH A. B. KING, Act'g. Manager !IG DELEGATION Are Coming to Congress in Large Numbers- All Busy Threshing Magrntli, Oct. recom- menced Monday morning alter four traders, when the grc.it we howling wilderness. Early next month the department o[ agriculture will .hold a demonstra- tion" in Magrath along agricultural lines. A domestic science dcmonitra- tion will also he a feature. The. ad- vance agent o! the big especial train oi eight cars was in Magralh the other day and made arrangements with the' officials of the agricultural BRANCH, r. w. ASHE, 51 St.. E.C. HI. C. HART SMITH. BECKER'S LINE 0FJDEFENCE TRY TO THROW ALL ONUS ON GAMBLERS FOR SHOOTING ROSENTHAL days of idleness due io the wet con- for the stay at the Garden uition of the shocks as a result oi Cilv the snow storm on Tuesday. All the session of the Young machines commenced and there arc Improvement associa- about twelve thousand bushels tion v-as jn [he assembly hall being put through every day. At There was a goodly num- this rate the threshing will tc rushed attendance, boding well lor the to completion in plenty of time to ui the season's work. A most threatened with the loss of their pro-! escape the early winter snow storms, "enjoyable social marked the opening While is at its height there o[ ,ilo associalion this season, and tecilon, plotted and executed Ins mirr. Inrse number students alike Manager. Assislnn! Mononcr. der through the agency of four gim- Siich was the line of defence Many arc contemplating driv- i illg [or tne whole week, campm plied m questions put hy .John P. -Me-1 Intyre, Becker's counsel, to Sam e wor s a o lo assocan a ,nrgc IlUmber onim.E] lcachcrs and students alike of Masrath people attend the Inter- are predicting the nest year national Dry-Farming Congress next (.nc of the M.I.A. in the Schenns, on the witness stand today. Sehepps was not given an oppor- tunity to say whether he bad known in the tented city provided hy the officials of the congress. The C.I'.11. will he taxed to its utmost capacity during tile congress hut it is under- stood that they are making specia" Kew. York, Oct. 15.-Gaml.lers. and fm. not Lieut. Docker, instigated the mur-j the der of Merman Itotonihal. A large Scheplis merely looked bored, sum of money, raised by gamh The school cadt'ts under the able direction oi Jlr. Scott and Mr. Hcazclcy arc making remarkable i'ro- gress iii their drills, and they pre- sent a very gallant and war-like pic- ture arc on parade vith attend iron: lera. was paid to ge't lloscniha] out of York when he 'began to "squeal" on the suibject of police pro- and when he took tho money and'tiio timiii- In fvlv U'llptllpr it" lad Known vi...i i.im. .1, .L i tuimi to I provisions for the expected rush. Scv- thcir rifles. The boys arc, very proud that such was tlm origin of themr- n I gular train. There will lie several bun- tjon Oi His Majesty's loyal Canadian ___r.._ -.-___ l.ilnnp had at that lime spent practically the entire day on the stand, corroborating Ihe testimony of Jack Rose, Brirtgie IJarry "Vallon, Ibe trio poultry to Lethbriclge and B. points' last Monday. This firm a specialty 0! handling the farmer s products' and thus they arc filling a long felt need. John Bridge, coal dealer, has made application to the C.P.R. for a side- track and the privilege of erecting coal sheds beside it. The privilege will be surveyed and laid immedi.itc- ly. Mr. Hriiige expects to have his scales installed in a tew days rito. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Dennett, o! Purple Springs, have been visitors in Magrath for the past lew days. They were married in Cardston last I ri- day by the Bishop ot Caraslon. JHs. Hcimctt was formerly Miss Mac Kite of C4Icnwood. The young people will make their future home in Purple 'Springs, where Mr. Bennett has a farm. G. Ilealhcrshaw is a business visitor to Calgary this week. l.'c will return from the north about Ihurs- fhc women's Institute arc working hard on their display at the Drjv Fat-miii" exposition at Lcthbridge next week. The Magrath ladies will undoubtedly have one of the finest ex- hibits at the congress. Local real estate men say that pro- perly in this district is now begin- ning" to move, and one linn hopes to ho in a position Io announce a bis deal in farm lands in a few days. Next spring Magrath real estate will boom, according to men who arc watching developments closely. WILL BANQUET THE JERSEY COW PROVINCIAL CELEBRITIES TO PAY TRIBUTE TO MONEY- MAKING MILKER Calgary, Oct. men from all over Alberta will meet in Red Deer at a banquet tonight in lonor of the achievements of a Jersey Rosalind of Old Basing. Among those 'who will attend will be Hon Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agri- culture; J. S. Dennis, head of the Department of Natural Resources of the C. P. R.; W. .T. Tregillus, presi- dent of the United Fanners of Al- berta, and others. The cow is said to have the record of her kind, hav- ing produced in one year, pounds of millc, the average test ot which was y.lT, and.three calves, for which tho owner has refused CATHOLICS ARI j alone every tiny. Slagratb a creclitab! Relieves ill Tree Culture A. Kruogar, oi Groton, S. is in the district looking over re working hard to maiic showing when the mllilia officials inspect, them some lime the near iuturc. Grant and Davis shipped a car (ilHl- I-HIII.) t iiiiivn, nit; of seit-confcsscd accomplices in the extensive real estate Aiding: crtme.'.who accused Beckor of having j and mculcntally to attend the scs- sions ol the International Drs-barm- TO THE BALKANS inspired the murder. Mr. Kruegar in an in- said was ptca.setl Io nolc j the substantial Magrath liail j made since his last visit. In fact, (he cmwlry Iinil niiido ful development, anil he. predicted growth and expansion for; the last great, uv.st. Kor several years lit: lias hf-cn a strong advocate of trci's, and at the coming congress lu- will likely introduce a resohit.ioiij asking ihiit every faruuir pledge him- self to plant a grove oi trees, whc-; I ilier large (tr small- In this way, "Mr. Kniegar elaiins. tiie country would get more moisture, less hot, j dry winds, and the beauty of the landscape would ho materially en-; lianeed. lie is a capable and no doubt will he licanl on occa- sions at. the of tl-e concress. Me. Krucgar came, to Dakota from Germany in ihc early days, when Minneapolis and Si. Paul were, cities when AYinmpeg ..as .scarcely of save the Fs 1 i New Drug that Quickly Removes Those Homely Spols There's no longer the slight- est need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as a new drug, othinc-douhlo. strength has been lllIH IlOSiUVUly I'C- niovcs these homely spots. fiimply W' ounce of oth- IncMloublo strength from J. D. HiKinbotham Co- LnL. "P- ply a little of it at night, and in'llii! morning you will -set! that own thf worst, 'freckles begun to disappear, while light- en- OHM have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more ilinn an ounce is needed to completely clear too skin and gain a beau- tiful clear complexion. He sure, to ask for the double strength othim; as this Is sold inidur guarantee of money back if it. fail'.i to remove freckles. J. D. ilislnbolham Co., Ltd. For Sale Cedar Posts 7 ft., ready for Jm- mediate by- John Lawson Mori'isscy, B. C. SAM HUGHES TO SEND FIERY ANTI-IMPERIALIST ALLY TO SEE WAR Ottawa, Out., Oct. Kan Hughes has favorably considered fhi application of Armaml l.avcrgnc, cap tain and adjutant of the Sixty-Kirai Moulmagny P.cgiincnt to be sent, as a Canadian military'attache watching His military operations of the llalk- an slates In the war against Turkey. The young naliimalisl leader, de- spite liis ailti-imiJcrialism, is a good soldier and a personal friend of the minister oi militia. Capt. I.avcrgnc will probably he. ordered to the Balk- ans within a few days. .Col. Hughes also probably dispatcli an Eng; lish speaking officer of the Canadian militia to accompany Capt. l.avergnc and collect pointers in the war jrame for the information ot the Canadian defense department.. UNIONIST CAMPAIGN IN ULSTER REGARDED AS AN APPEAL TO BIGOTRY London, Oct. papers lirro declare it !ic interesting to have UK Duke of Norfolk's opinion of a letter signed "Cntholic Union- ists" in yesterday's Times. The Duke oi course 'is the leading Roman Cath- olic lavman and a staunch Unionist. In this-letter the writer says that with icu" exceptions the old. Irish Catholic families have hcen intensely Unionist, but the disgusting spectacle of a distinguished nicmher of the law profession carrying on a campaign oi bigotry and religious hatred to serva political ends, and appealing to the lowest mob instincts is slowly hut surely driving the Royal Catholics of Ireland into the Nationalist camp, THRREE YEARS FOR ?4.00 Toronto, Ont., Oct. Den. ton today sentenced Wm. Albon, a clerk in tho post office to tliree years' Imprisonment for stealing registered being the minimum pen- alty. Albon secured only.f4.00 from the letters which be stole. TSie Best Buy in Canada for those who want first-hand information in regard to Canadian, development and investment is THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The Financial Post gives authentic ami uu-toilatc information The Financial Post is quoted as an authority by leading Cana- dian. American and British publications when rcferrins to Canadian The Financial Post gets flvst-hiind information which la often- times exclusive. The Investors' Information Bureau, through which reliable in- formation can lie had concerning any Canadian Investment is freo to subscribers. All correspondence is treated couiidcntially. Write for a sample copy and further information concerning. The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for Investors" F. G. HASSARD. Western Manager 301 Dominion Trust Building.....REGINA, SASK. ;