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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, OHolx-r L'l. aTUB HKRAJiD In K. of P. Hall, Round Street To-morrow October 25th Addresses by L. SIFTON, Premier of Alberta Minister of Agriculture, and Liberal Candidate Come and Hear the Issues in the Bye Election Campaign Discussed CHANGES IN THE BRITISH CABINET Church- ill, hoinii-scccct.'iry. having, been made lirs.l.lurt! of the admiralty, Reginald McKeiuia becomes home' secretary. Karl Carnngtoii- becomes lord ot )irivy seal, C. 13. Tfdbhouse becomes chancellor- of. the duchy of Lancaster, VY. llunniman, president of the board of agriculture, and .1. A. Pease, pre- sident of the'board of education. MINISTERS TAKE UP LOCKOUT Winnipeg .Ministerial Association has taken up the case of employees locked ont by the Great West. Saddlery and has ap- pointed a committee to WHit on Pre- sident E. F-. Hiitchinson.' AN AGED VOTER IN EAST PETERBORp Mr. Robert Hope Vote for Con- servative in Recent Election at 99 Years' 'Oct. tire oldest, voter in the recent Domin- ion elections was .Robert Hope, a'-far- mer, who lives at his home, near Vil- liers, In the' Bast Riding of Petor- boro. Although years of age, he went to the poll on September 21, and cast his vote 'in support of llr. .1. A. Sexsmith, tho Conservative can- didate, who constituency ;by a majority of 533. Mr. Hone was born in Northumberland county, Eng- land, on the .ISth day "of July, 1S12, and he, consequently has lived In tlvj reign cf six sovereigns. He came to Canada with his parents when eight years of age, and has re- sided near ViMiers since 1S20. M-IM faculties are perfectly 'unimpaired, and he takes an active Interest in all movements. ROWLEY SENDS CONGRATULATIONS Glad to Learn Lethbridge Secured Dry Farming Cong ONE OF FIRST WHITE CITIZENS ress An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokejess Oil Heater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home. No home complete withort Perfecripn Oil Heater. It it a necessity in the fall and when it is too warm to Hart the regular heating apparatus, and too cool to be without heat In the midst of winter ,t u often convenient a; an auxiliary heater. there are always some cold corners in a home. healer .Iwayj presenB a nice appearance, us the enamel wiU. nol urnisn or own .j i, w the enamel of your cooking utensils. TV Perfection is mojl reliable and convenient portable heating devicTyoucaffind An automatically-locking name spreader prevo-U turning ,lKe wick high enough to nnokc. .__ _ _ _ Desert AtV w cMMetoU crwrM A 1 UN circular to wr Veterinary and Surgery in McGill University. In 1875 he.was elected a fellow of the Royal College ot Veterinary Sur- geons of England, and 'is live only Ca- jTiadian to enjoy this honor. D.ur'ing rebellion of 1SS1 he was attached as veterinary officer to the Montreal field battery, and since 1883 has ivaen manager of the Walroad ranch in Alberta. Dr. McEaehren Is also the author of a handbook, "The Canadian Horse and His which is accepted W, KachrVn, JLL. is in the city -today, i as an authority by veterinary geons the world over. He also wrot's (Calgary News-Telegram.) One of the first white men, in Cal- gary, and at one time part owner of the ' Cocnrane ranch, which liad leased acres of laud In tl-.'a Calgary district, on part of which W. A. Buchanan, M. P., has repelv- jtnia city now stands, Dr. Duncan Me- ed the following letter I'roin cr: L.L. D.. is in the city Kcnvley, manager of the Canadian and is a guest at.the Alberta hotel. Hank of- Commerce, at Winnipeg, and i rjr jicEachre--i first came to Cal- I'onneriy'of Calgary, and one of the issi, com'ii.D in by way of. frtemls SouUiern Alberta posses-' the'Missouri river, and from .Fort Ben- ing suitable fur raising the beat breed 'of horses .in the world. to Bow With him came Lt.-Col. Dear accept my of thus acted as first, congratulations on LeUi bridge secur- f01.3imin Of ;he Cochranc ranch at that ug the Dry Farming Congress for, tific journals. He act ml judgo of hackneys nt the ;Na- tional I'iori show in New York HI 1S01 and and was judge of i oughbretl horses at the World's Col- ,ery to see this com j in Oet- ng to Canada, and especially to Al- j thoroughbred stock. Dr.' McEachrun burta. r I has.been fi'jnoral manager of tlie Wai-' Dr. McEanhrcn, who .is accompanied Was to sec that good oW i road miies north of Cowley, by .fam'es McClintock, a neighboring Allierla landed the pri'stq the other day. SjnCe is to put, this ranch farmer, now goes 'in for improving and yours trii'iy, TWO PETERBORO DEATHS Peterboro, Out., Oct. Saw- ers, old, was found dead in i liis bed at his home, 230 London street His wife was prostrated with illness iat the home of a relative, and Mr.' Sawers was for several days alone. Mr, Sawers was for several years a member of the city council, and OCCUT pled other civic positions of trust. Thomas B. Fitzgerald died at his residence, GO Charlotte street, aged 73 years, after a "long illness. Htt was formerly deputy reeve of Smith township for 2'I years, for tlie past. 15 venrs a prominent 'resident of the city. C. W. "KOWUSY.; October jo'r acres on the he breeding thoroughbred horses exclu- is in'Calgary. sivcly, and -to the .Yews-Telegram this LARGEST WOMAN ON EARTH Miss Gertrude Burke, of Weighs 825 Ibs. and is With Side Show Alton, 111., Oct. Jl Chicago, Not Gertrude Hurke, of f'hieaizo, largest woman in "I could point out places 'in this 'iiiuniing, he iuuuuil the -climate and citv that were part of our ranch In general conditions in A'.berta as bo- tho eariy days when there was no Cal-' gary "said Ur. SicBachren, this morning, afitv expressing warm vmr- and delight at the wonderful Ri-ovth and solidity of the city. Dr. McKarhron KILLED WHILE MOVING THRESHING St. Thomas, Ont., Oct. Stacey, one of the best known farm- ers of, Dimwich north, lost his life yesterday. Mr. Stacey, who owned a threshing outfit, was moving ft over the MfddtemaBB bridge, and coupling the engine and .separator when the two came together violently, crushing him fatally. GOT MEDAL AND MONEY Toronto, Oct. The mother ol William H. Shaw, deceased, ".was awarded a silver medal, and out of the Carnegie Hero fund, to liquidate the mortgages "on property of her parents. Shaw, aged twenty- two years, a locomotive wiper, died attempting to have John McK. Rit- chie, aged twenty-ill yean, a loco- motive wiper, from drowning at. Me- dicine Hat, Alta., July 18; Shaw swani to in ilccp water in the Saskatchewan Riv- er, fifty-five feel Horn the bant, when Shaw took hold of" Ritchie the lattet turned and climbed on Shaw's back, forcing him under the surface. While hn stood on Shaw's hack, witi his own heart above the surface, Ritchie called for help, hut sunk .in' tune and was Shaw camo to the surface and a roan caught hold of his leg, but lost his hold and Shaw was drowned. lias been ill for some time! ami spout part of ,tlie yjar in tho south of France, and came West to recnperale. He is vO years of age, 'but, states that the'air of tl.'j Wc-H is making him feel almost as young as when lie was bore in 1SSI. Dr. MrKaclirea was born in Argyl- slriro, Scotland, in 1341, and gradua-.'i- od lit thiJ Knyal Veterinary in rcrfinlHirsii, in-lSG2.. he came- to Colles'3, The same year 'ing for a tfnie ihplal Wood-siock. Ont.. where he practis- -s lecturing during the win tor sessions i-n Toronto ami adja- the worldi is vVsitihs'a't the liomc of Sirs. H. W. Hayes, here, .Miss Hurke is 22 years of aga, weighs S2ij siands five feet seven inches, and some of her measurements are: Arm, 28 inches; waiwt, 54: bust, 75. She wears No. 4 .1-13 sheas and No.' 7 gloves, When she was bom Miss Burke weighed fifteen pounds, and-at eight years of age weighed 250. At Hayes home she sits on two chairs] cdj placud facing other. Mfos IJurk goes through doors by turning yeterin ways, unil II Is a pretty Hani KIUOOZO j at Olilt" .Montreal, and founded tlioro tho Kftorls have been made by ihnw-'j Montrea1 veterinary eoliese. men (o get. Miss llurke to on his rocommwida- lidrsclf, lull slie lias never boon tempt- n slation ed. Her parents' left her an estate to prevent 'iillB Importation of certain catllo dis- jeafja from England, and he was up- 1 pointed liy the government to lis the JMrst i-jspectrir of stock at the cattle ind shy doeu not need money. POCBS NOT