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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta fjage 8 THE LKTITBRinGIS HERALD 18, All Citizens and Visitors to the Congress Are Invited to see the Exhibit of Southern Alberta Products on Display TOMORROW we extend a cordial invitation to everybody and especially all housekeepers to visit our store and inspect our premises. We have doubled the size of the store and installed new fixtures, and a new refrigerating system, We want to show you how we handle and preserve our meats, for we know that seeing will make you a customer. Reqardless of some impressions to the contrary, the people of Lethbridge CAN buy produce grown in Southern Alberta. Did you get all of our meats and poultry are Grown in Southern Alberta' irp killed II.T omxi'lvix in our own sl.iuifliler hanse.'-'nnd an- -.Ill-ought lu our fresh daily. Tomorrow you .will soo lef andmillion 'itrowu bv siu'h well lu.Wii. iru-ii as Mtiyor Hatch, W. 8. Hill and A, E Tvcs Wo want you to sec how OK-SO incuts arc Imnflled in our storr.. Wo .-.arc sure ynn-w.ill-ljt> dolighicd with our new hsii and poultry department, all UK, couniers in wlucli-inrve direct seweiveoimeiHion. Poultry will be drawn before delivery il desired. We're. Out For Business and We're Getting It We're ffivinu; the choicest hoHie-grown meats and treated to keep them juicy and tender. Do you want this Quality, .or do you prefer cold storage products If you want the cold storage kind, you'l have elsewhere, for we positively do .not handle eold storage material. If you want the best at the right price, we're at your service Lsa't meat question woith a ol imefUigation to our store? TURNIP WEIGHED 21 IBS. 10 OZS. GREAT HOOT CROPS AROUND NEW CHANGE MADE 518-520 Fourth Avenue S, PHONES: Store 452 Across the comer from the Court House {CANADIANS WERE. ILte'HEALTH! HIGHLY HONORED IN AN 'ASYLUM IS'VIEWS JUST-ICE MCLENNAN RESIGNS AS JDISCIPLES OF CHRIST MISSION- CHAIRMAN Or BOARD OF I ARY BOARD EXTOL VIRTUES 1 QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY OF AGGRESSIVE WORKERS GOVERNORS ________ i .Louisville, Ky., Oct. a jsrear. ilay in the convention of the Disciples ot Christ here today. It the occasion oi the annual meeting of the Christian board of foreign missions. Archibald j JlacLean. oi prince' of the organization the chair, Jlr. llacl.ean has l.ivn termed the missionary conscience of the disciples without whom Cue church would -be but a religious dc- j hating society. i SplendU tributes were paid to Dr. Susie Ringhardt and her husband, both of whom were the lirst mis-; siom'.rics to enter (be forbidden land Thibet. Miss Alary F. Lediard, missionary lo Toliio. from Owen Sound Miss .lennic n. .Steming. of Ontario, told j of their work in Japan and India. FERNIE MAN AT MIMICO RECOG- NIZED BY BROTHER ALSO AN INMATE TELLS WHY. HE HAS BECOME LEADER Kinirston, Oct. 17..- The '.trustee Queens loJay received-and accepted iviih'reiirct the resignation of .IlisliCE James McLennan, of Tnr- ontci, its chain'iura for inany years. .Jivtice JIoLciinan gives .up Ihc .cjiair- inaAhip owing In lll-hcjltli.. Principal Gor.-inn appointed it-mliorarily in uis enuou-inen; fund was- discussed h.-niv''h- Andrew Carne-gie prom- isc-il siriO.OOO when the fund reached Alter seven years' v.orli (301.0110 lias been farnegie now of- fers lo give when fund reaches JSiO.tfno. Whetiier to accept this SSO.- 000 or wait, until the 5100.000 has been subscribed is the question both- ering tile trustees. DYNAMITED THE BANK SAFE Dallas. Tesas, Oct. sail- in tile Citizens Bank of Hulchini, ten miles of Dallas. early toilay. The robber? about They escaped or: a ii ind car. Cans and masks made of aluminum liibing. through which either hor or coin1 water oan be have i been invented by a scientist i for use as surgical compresses. dramatic in- :ident is reported'from Mimico asy-; lum for tile insane.. At a religious service held on Sunday morning, one of tire patients, AlexanUer Hills, aged 35, suddenly pointed at another pa- tient and said. "That is my attention was paid to him at first, but he persisted in his state- ment. -Investigation proved that the other patient was Harry Hills, aged 30, who went to Kernie, B. C., many years ago, and was thought to have perished .Inly 31, 190S, as his rela- tives bad heard nothing of him since thai time. Hib mind had become af- fected and he crossed to the eastern states, where the authorities deport- ed him on learning that he originally belonged in Toronto. USED LOADED GUN FOR CLUB Wheaton, Ont., Oct. Howe, a yonns hlnclisniHh here, lies in u critical condition as the result of the accidental discharge of a shot- gun yesterday, while attempting to kill a wounded crane with the stock of the weapon. New York. Oct. I Be- came a is the topic dis- cussed by Theodore Roosevelt in the current issue of the Outlook. Colonel Koosovelt. says at the start: 'T suppose' I bad a natural tend- ency to become a Progressive, any- COWLEY MAN HAD TASTE HOW IT FEELS IN AN AEROPLANE New Dayton, OH. 17. Mrs. W. uiiillier of Mis. .1. T. .Mc- Kay, is visiting her son, K. -1. Smith, at Macleod. Mrs. Morgan, who has been visit- ing iiur sun, T. Morgan, here, left last [or llartie, Ontario, en route to her home in Huddcrslield, Kntvland. Mrs. .1. Morrison returned yes- terday nfter a week's visit lo Kdmon- tou.''Mrs. Morrison' was accompanied by her mother. Mrs. (i. A. Met Idlough, oi Mac- leoil, lias been visiting at the home of II. I'. Atkins. Aleck .lohnsoii, formerly manager of .1. T. llenninger's Hocks, headquarters at this point, left last week for a visit at his home1 in Kirkcudbrightsjiirc, Scotland. 0. Krederickson, secretary-trea- surer of the. Sunny Melt tlrain and Elevator company, of Calgary, was here [or a Jay. last week. Tile some time proved a great success and netted Ladies' Aid one hundred anil sixty- two dollars. This fund will go to- wards furnishing ai new pulpit, a new carpet, and general repair. The Jones and Dill elevator has been sold to the Alberta 1'aciiic tuid .1. 1'orr, o[ the latter company, formerly took over the warehouse yesterday, .hid Foley still remains as warehouseman, New Dayton has something of re- cord in the tnruip line., C. T. Jen- kins brought in a white turnip from bis farm, which weighed 31 His. 10 and measured lli inches in cir- cunrierenee. }lr. Jenkins is not farm- ing 'by guess, but is using scient-ilie aiid. ihi.s is only 'one ex- ample of his success. The Board of Trade held a meeting last week, the chief'topic of interest being the discussion c'OMcernirik the work of the association Hoards, led by 3Ir. P. L. Leach, secretary of the' Associated Hoards of Trade of South- ern Alberta. U. Slater, formerly with J. Reid as blacksmith, is erecting a shop of bis own, and expects to be open for business in a very short time. The Ladies' Aid meets this ailer- noon at the home ol Mrs. G. II. Morelnnd. .Messrs. A. Stouder and F.. K. Pearson, of Troy, Ohio', arrived in town this morning. Mr. Slouder is president and Mr. Pear-son a director of the Miami Fanning c6inpany, and they arc combining their business here wilb a swieral pleasure'tour of the West, including Vancouver, Se- attle, Portland' and Calgary. Among those registered at the ho- tel here were noticed ibc following How to make a stew stew. Merc is just the weather for a ffraud, hot, steaming stew below just the recipe for one of the iinesl stews thitt ever n. tfocd cook u real, good Irish Sitw, The secret of a successful Irtsli l! in ilie'Uisi few tines of ilie recipe below. Make the Mew ;is llu- irdpr. tells don't forget ihc'Kilwiirds1 well, yuu'll be sorry to sec llic- hnltom o! the plait through. Con-ley, Oct. large crowd gathered in the I'restiyterian church on Tuesilay night la 1-t'ar the debate on Free Trade vs. Protection. A talking delegation from LimtllUTck .undertook to uphold Protection, biit how. That is, I was nuuirally a De- (_-ou-icy crowd too much for mocrat in believing in fair "they rcti'rnuii home defeat, everybody." I pit. Messrs.' Ur. Johnston, James Not so by study in the lib-j Smith and C. nensmoru spoke lor ra-.-v. or reading books, but "by act- Umdhreek and Messrs. R. Melvor, ually loving and "working with men I C. H- Miller and G. Martin up- uufcr many and getting held the f'owley fiid. Edwards' Soup im- parts iiourishmenl, strength, flavour, as good for scores of oilier things as it is for Irish "slews. Get a few packets run! see. This is how to make SI! Cut in i >aii THE W.. ,H. ESCOTT CO. Winnipeg Representatives for Manitoba, Sask- atchewan and Alberta. 0. 'A.- Millar, of'Calgary W. T. Jones, of ililk Kivor Mr. Dill, ol Warner; M, Maedohald, ol' Lcth- bridge .1. Parr, Ot U-thbridgt. Mrs. J. Elliot, of Calgary, is visitr ing linr parents here, Mr. and Mrs. T. Caany. WeinerA'eustatlt a'nd Waihofen, 1 Austria, have just given the women taxpayers the ballot, making voting compulsory for women as well .as men. The legislature of .Manitoba recently pimuitted women to praetica law. The legislature or Georgia ;l few days later defeated a simihvr amendment. their points of view he became a Pro- gressive. Associated With Cowpunchers "The first set our people with hom I associated so intimately as Messrs. W. Askcy, C. B. Jlilk'r ami M. f. Robinson were at Macleod j tliis week attenriing court as jurors, j Large shipments oi cattle and h.irs- os iiove been shipped this I Mussru. K. Kowe ami F. K- Uur- uviu.ssr.s. iv nowe ana u. r i.- to gei on thoroughly mc prinripjll shippers. j terms with ihtm were cowpimchcrs. ilames ol- jMaycroit, made j then on'the ranges in the ft husinesi; trjp ,n town today. Roosevelt adds. "I was so impressed with tuem that, in doing them jiiE- Uce, I did injustice to equally good citizens elsewhere whom I did net know; and it was a number of years before I grew to understand, first associating with railway men then1 with farmers, then with mechanics, Hid so on, Unit, the things that I spec- liked a bout cowpnneher Tlio.s. i'rlrie while driving one of W. f. Robinson's hundlc racks over a raise in the windstorm yesterday, had a narrow escape from, injury. The wind lifted the rack from the j wagon and carried it in mid-air j for some ilfly yards. About halfway to its destination, the rack turned bottom side up and deposited its oc- cupant on the ground. Other than a ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, Mlrs. To help the tender skin of an infant is the Baby's Own Soap standard. For four generations, it has won unstinted praise and today Baby's Own is the recognized leader for nursery and toilet. Its pure, creamy, fragrant lather softens and heals, and its daily use is a renewed delight. If s Batoy siicl Best for You. Sold almost but insist on Baby's Own. MONTREAL. 4.ii American c.t.zens. I Heforo tins, however, he ,a, oipor- iunc-6 at Albany, v.-bere be ted begun timidly to strive for social and iiidnstrinl justice." noosevelt u s Voma. ln ylMt.rm tllc yard has believed we had nonnlar govern- j is ccr.tainly inent and that the iiev.'cr of the improvement. was due lo the indifference and j Monday evening about S o'clock of the average section ganic were calle.l ovt to 7.en. He found this was only halt'l a prairie tire tbat was starttd true; tliut it had been made hard in- by an en.'lilie some three miles stead of easy for the average man-Mo! of town. A lot of pasture lands were do his duty. Knew Injured Brakeman Some concrete eases aroused his 1 interest In the question of justice. HP found out the miseries attendant up- i on the iiHiiufncturo of In tone. Intents, tic knew a. Iwakeinan who j ,__. i family sufi'ered. This droVe homo lo i him the need of a workman's com- I act. i SASKATCHEWAN HOUSE TO MEET i Oet. first session I of tJie new Saskatcbowan Ipglalnture wllltopen on Thursday, .N'ov. 11. burnt, but no serious damage .lone. OKANAGAN MAN A JUDGE I Spokane, Oct. at Xationiil Apple allow in Spokane, on i November 11 to 17 will be I'rofcsscr j Close of the pomolosical divirtion of j the linittnl States of ag-i rjcnlture, chairman; C. J. Sinscl, Boise Idaho; .lalncn Oibb, Kelowna, B. C.; I'rofopsor S. Tliombor, chief horli- p.tiUiiri'.il. I.ewistoii-Clarliston school of i Horticulture, and Professor Albert DickeilH, head of the horticulture liartinenl. of Kansas. All least two judges will on every exhibit this year, cliininitlnK the flis-1 satififaclion caused by having one man judge some of the exhibits. I Children Under 13 Should Drink Lowney's Why P As children begin lo grow up, they often tire of'milk and water and want to drink what Papa and Mamma tea and coffee. The best dietetic authorities in England and else- where say that children under 13 should never touch lea or coffee. But.after seven years of age, cocoa is recommended.- is made from the finest cocoa beans the tropics produce. Our Montreal factory is a model of neatness and up-to-dateness. Lowney's Cocoa is thoroughly wholesome, with a delicious flavor that quickly appeals to both children and their parents. Sold by grocers. In to 50c sizes. JLjsa, jifiid- CoCW- The Best Way to Make Cocoa t Mix IVVO ffVCIl of coioi. willi livo of Atitl tablcspnonful of salt. with ciipftof boilinu Add cups c 'H Add two cops of j y' M milk, nnd brat The Waller M. Lownny Co., of Ltd.. Montrrnl be- ;