Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TITO IjK'i'lfimTnGE DAILY niSKATJ) Mouthy, Space will not permit us telling you here of the many special and essential reasons why you should thoroughly investigate the wonderful possibilities of. the Milk River District before locating elsewhere. Our District is especially adapted to mixed farming, although we can boast of yields of all kinds of grains, grasses and vegetables well worthy of mention. Pure Spring Water is obtained in unlimited quantities at depths from ten to fifty ft. The entire district is underlaid with rich coal deposits and numerous mines are being operated on a developing scale where endless quantities of good coal can be procured at a very nominal cost.. Horses, cattle and sheep thrive the year through on the most nutritious of prairie grasses. A Most Healthful and Invigorating Climate With Mild, Open Winters acres improved and unimproved grain land, ideal mixed farming tracts with springs and running water within a short distance from railway at prices from 1 0 to per acre, oh long and easy terms, on tracts from 1 -4 sections to acres. Our District is just in its infancy, and you should experience no difficulty in selecting an ideal tract of land for your home or a safe and well paying investment. Your inquiries are cheerfully solicited. HARRY Farm Lands, Loans and Insurance MILK RIVER, ALTA. WOULD BEAT THE INEBRIATES TORONTO PRIEST THINKS IT WOULD BE THE BEST REMEDY Montreal, Oct. the confer- ence of charities and .correction, de llnquents including women offenders and inebriates, were discussed. Uev. Arthur French of Montreal Eaid that upon lhe preservation of chivalry depends the well-being of Bociety in all its complex relations. To restore a fallen woman, self- respect, must be recreated iu her. The who wants money from an honest hand for an honest need must always ha.ve it, was one of the state- ments of Mr. French. Mercy and help are never to be refused. Phil- anthropy must he unbounded and there musi be severity with judg- ment on the part of the magistrate, beciiu-se this often leads to reforma- tion where leniency would fail. Wo- men are often moat helpful in their treatment OL women. Classification uE women ofi'enders was strongly urged. Rev. Father Minehaii of Toronto "defined the Inebriate as one who had tccomc more or less euslaml by in- toxicating liquor, the man who could ]iot keep his job, and tlip special fea- ture hop proposed as :i remedy was a thorough healing ior the offence. This might be regarded as a piece of humor, tint he apoku in all serious- ness, and in his view ho had the sup- port, of aivthoritativo medical experi- ence. For more advanced SIHRCH ineb- riate farm, where by Imrd work and for an Indeterminate- sentence, the drunk- ard might be imight discipline and the dirty of supporting his family, was advocated. The endeavor of science to eradicate the traces of alcohol from blood must be assisted by religion and hard work, lor tho Inebriate Is often the victim of moral depravity ara Falls, N, Y.. has' been acting. and an exaggerated both of which must be got rid of. If we cannot wipe out aUogetliei the manufacture of the. stuff that makes inebriates, the methods pro- posed should be adopted. BE .THE GREATEST HOTEL INSPECTOR ROASTS THE STAMPEDE Edmoiitoii, Oct. assail- ing the practice of holding Indian paraded, find particularly directing his attack to the action of CalgaiT Stampede committee employing redskins -in the recent pageant, J. A. Marklc, ot lied Deer, inspector of In- dian agencies for the province of Al- berta, declared yesterday that the efforts made by the government, auth- orities to raise the standard of ilic Indian's life airc constantly thwarted by interference of persona on the make. While on one hand the govern nient -is endeavoring to 'train Indiaiib In habits of industry, aad to bring about, a general improvement In In Han conditions in reserves, private enterprise ia allowed to step in for inrely selfish reasons and exploit them ruthlessly, he declared. "Somebody made about :he Calgary said 'Mr Darkle. "Yes, somebody pretty big thing out of that and It was vo who supplied the material for the ihow. LL is futile to attempt to raise ndians and to lower them 'at one and he same -time." The newspaper man suggested that his year's Stampede would be the ast event of its kind can. bank on it, there will be ithcrs so long as (here's money in iMr. Mnrkle. OVER SEVEN MILLION TO SPENT ON PROPOSED CHI- CAGO STRUCTURE HAMILTON'S HOTEL. Hamilton, Oct. Frost if the of Trade of Hamilton, report tli.il ho has the assurance 'f enough local subscribers to warrant ilm lu Baying thai a magnificent 300 hotel will be built In the city by he United Hotels Co., aH a represen- tative of which F. A. Dudley of Xlag- PHONE 471 POST OFFICE 30X 9S Our Wall Paper Specials Are every day spncials. Writo, phono or call I'or SMinplcs. All grades and prices. The Revlo Co. and Avtnua Soutn The Hotel World (Chicago) announ- ces that what is heralded us the "greatest hotel in the United Slates" is 'to be built by Levy Mayer and Edwin F. Meyur on the site of the 3 mil ford Hotel, South boulevard, Chi- cago. The hotel will have ji frontage of 162 feet on Michigan avenue and 71? feet on the boulevard. It will bo in the Francis I. style of architecture throughout and will be ot pink French granite for the lirat two stories and! terra cotia to match above. One thous- and rooms, shower baths 'in some, will be features of the hotel. Marshall the architects of The Black- 3tone, Chicago's fine hotel, 'have been working on tho plans for several months, and one of lhe firm is now in Europe examining all the latest ho- tel features. The Stratford Hotel, which was formerly known ay tho Leland, i owned and operated by Levy Meyer, tho distinguished lawyer, and his brother-in-law, Edwin F. Meyer. Tho latter lias the active management. A signed statement by Mr. Meyer says: "The plans contemplate a strue- ure that will have no rival in America. ia impossible to state the exact cost of tlie proposed improvement, but It can be estimated roughly at between and Therefore it will be seen that it will take some time for the completion of details nnd tho beginning of the new structure must necessarily awali the termination the existing leases of stores in tho Stratford, which have about one and v half years Lo run." Mr. Marshall, of Marshall Fox, summed the proposition iip by saying: "It will be as far ahead of anything now in America as the Waldorf- Astoria In New York was ahead of the hotels twenty years ago." AN ATTEMPT TO UNSEAT SENATOR Washington, Oct. of misappropriating funds of the United States senate anil ,1 demand for 'his dismissal from that body will be made against Senator Francis E. Wiirren uf according Lo it statement given oui yesturdiiy at the Democratic GREAT BRITAIN BEST CITY WITHOUT CORN OF THE SIZE WILL HAVE TO LOOK TO OTHER COUNTRIES FOR SEED London, Uut failure of the W. D. Spencer, all the .wav- from Sacramento, as in.-die city in charge of the exhibit of-the' Sacra- iQcnto Valley Development -Associa- tion. Mr. Spencer-la'agreeably sur- com crop in practically every agvi- wil? he finds i-itional campaign Here "........____unLy il! meai13 tliat j lhcm vis't Senator., LaFbllclte and Gore, form- concerning Lcthbridge. he says r a Republican and the latter a. beni- slocks of the wy we have Here tho lines! city of its ocnU, will file tho join complaint again-. st Senntor Wan-en, it Is asserted. The the chairman of the senate sommLUec ions and one of the Ica-drag Taft men of the upper house of Congress. "The decision to mnke Warren fol- low iii the footsteps ot" Larimer 1ms been reached as a result oE conferen- ces between progressive Repuhlican and Democratic reads the statement. furni5hed by tlie size has VCL visited. Mr. Spencer is Wjlb. the Wyoming statesman h tho chaivman of bii. .g mmsh gcnera, liiyouL or tho cily. an'd noted BO around. Looking outside the the attractive appearance of Gait Gar. Hritlsh Isles two sources of supply. dens and Henderson 1'ark. which In are pi'actically favored by English liis opinion are the two big assets of LAKE BECOMING A STREAM Lndington, Mich., Oct. wat- er of Hamlen Lake, 11 popular summer resort nine miles north of this city, Is fast riui-ning- out into lake Michi- gan. A concrete dam which held the water back gave way at noon yester- day from some unexpected cause and the lake, 12 miles long and a mile wide, soon will be a mere stream. Many cottages and a hotel will he A SCUFFLE IN WINNIPEG COURT MAGISTRATE SENTENCES TWO LAWYERS TO A TERM IN JAIL Man., Ocl. liollcc magistrate McMicken this morn ing sentenced two WiimipeK lawyers, W. II. Truman :uul K J. Mc.Murray u> ton days in ou Iho charge of steal- ing a. court docnineiiL. This wns llie ntcoine of a general mixup in ivhich tlie magistrate, the tv.'o lawyers and police -were engaged. TliD trouble farmers, these being Iliingarin, and the clcy. "from what I lino'w of LeLli-jsturtud over the .J. J. Siillivtm caacju western Canada. Owing to the out- added Mr. Spencer, Is break of hostilities jn the Balkans and no ilonbt whatever In my mind that tho unsettled feeling throughout Ccn-Mt will blossom forth within a Tew connection with the IMiicdonnld by electiun, McMurray, counsel for Sul- livan siaked McMickeii lu let him sen trill Europe, it is possible that some j snort years as a. centre of business Illformution paper and ivlieii difficulty will be encountered In secur-! tivlly consiilciious for its disirllnitingjhnil It In his hamls siiicl he would ing an adequate supply from the first' facilities llirolighout Southern AI- nialie a coiiy. The magistrate refused named country, llungaria wheat andj berta." flour has a deservedly high reputation i--------------------------- all over lhe world and sets a standard! SEN- MELVIN JONES AND NAVY which is ouly rivalled by tlie product of .Manitoba and other provinces of western Canada. Should the present situation develop to dangerous propor- Contribution Up to By Canada Edmonton, Alia.. Ocl. Oan- tiona It is quite possible that slumltl contribute at once from Austro-llunganan government will to 000 to the British an embargo on exports of food stuffs j 10 be used In bmldmg- bat- practically valueless until the dam !of 'he big London seed houses arc: en- deavoring to arrange for Hungarin It Is .understood that already Borne to he turned over to Canada is rcbuIlL when this country shall havo evolved a navnl system, i'j Senator Sir Lymaii SIR JAMES WOULD HELP AGAINST THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC Toronto, Oct. .will bo glad i any other occasion to help along even a. Httle the cause you have ac arL The public man who Is un- lllln'g to do all in his power lo aup- esa the ovllis of the liquor trafllc uuwoi'thy or.tho.auiiporL of any Brit- ish community." These words from Sir Jiimofi 'Whitney, lust night In his capacity an chairman of the "Diam- ond" Cup convention, under the mis- pines of the Iloyjil wan gructcd wl wheat. Any alarm however, which Molvin JolKS' Wra might he felt by home agriculturists! over tlie situation has dissipated i by reports of largo quantity of top j grnile wheat available for export Jn western Canada and without doubt red fyfe from there will be used exten- sively during the coming season by! British farmers In (heir seeding ope, [atlons. Lawyers Released Winnipeg Ocl. II. Trncinan and K. J. .McMurray, the two Wliini-j peg lawyers, whn wore sentenced by Magistrate Jlclllclien, In ihe p-.-ovin- clal court, 10 ten dayn in1 jail on lhe and attempted to lalte tho paper away and In the ensuing scuffle, irucman became engaged. 'McMicken coiled on the provincial police to arrest tlie two lawyers Mild llicn handed out the abovn sentenc-e. Hugh another lawyer engaged by Trueinan on the spot declares the imiyiBLrale ed'to hit him over the head with ai chair if he did not gel, right out of court room. Feeling is running high on both sides in connection with the various ease-s arising out of thy "MY STOMACH IS FINE Since Taking Na-Dru-Go Dyspepsia Tablets" Mrs. J. Mcrkhnger, Waterloo, Out., enthusiastically recommends Na-Dni-Co Dyspep.ua Her experience with them, she outlines it, cxplninc why. "I was greatly troubled with my she writes. "I had taken so much medicine that I might say lo take Ruy more would only be making it worse. My stomnch just felt raw. I read of Na-Diu-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, and a lady friend tcld me they were very easy to tiike, so I thought I would j charge of stealing a court, document give them a trial, nnd really they worked on Saturday, were later released on it i etinnlH trivr 1 own recognizances, ond 'bound Dyspepsin Tablets a trial, over lo APr11 next. they will do the rest- My stomach 13 fine now and I can eat any food." One of the many good features of Na-Dru-Co .Dyspepsia Tablets is that they are so and easy lo take. The relief they give from heartburn, In-nguaso lu Canada has adopt- flatulence, biliousness andI ilyspepsin.is :cl, ft Ihe Onrarlo you for Its policy. Iu regard lo a new person j education III the blllUKual schools, ap- bos' jour dnigglst's com- reslstcncc lo such policy by pouudcil by tlie National Drug and the I''rencb anil Catholic school coin- CbeiuiCAl Co. of Cauada, iinl-jylolis ol Oiilarlo aTUl assuring tho Mwlrctl, IU jlatlor ot Its entire sympathy, QUEBEC CENSURES ONTARIO Quebec, Oct. .Permanent committee of the congress of tho THE KING SUSPENDER CO., In Cniiuila, .HO At Your Dealer's or Postpaid for 50 ccnls .TORONTO, CAN.