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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. September 3. 1912 THE LETHBRIDGE.DAILY HBRALD YOU DON'T KNOW GOOD BREAD UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED QUAKER RREAD It. is Made in Gilmore's Phones 1027 and 378 ALL GOOD GROCERS SELL IT NEW GOVERNMENT SLOW IN ACTION Pekln, Sept. only isween Chini proper and her deiwndencies, but also amoay the Chinese provinces tiiemselves. conditions which threaten disintegration become more and more as the leader? of the republl- esa to reorsaniza t many "of the Chinese garrisons have been-defeated and driven out, even TO ESTABLISH PARKS BRANCH LATEST MOVE LIKELY IN CON- NECTION WITH CIVIC ADMIN- ISTRATION front Lhasa itself, though the soldiers of the I.amas are little more than an j ill-armed rabble. The deep-rooted prejudice against the foreigner and tho fear of him the greatest factor continuing government and in re-establish-J seems _ and srasses, coveriiij ihresheti grains, sheaf sraiiiB, forage crops, vegetables, roots, seeds, fruits, jellies and jams, and ;i large number of special district, individual, juvenile and farm, women's classes, with a most nttractive lot of machinery and imple- ment premiums in the sweepstakes. It la oiie of the most valuable! lot of prizes and premiums ever hung up for the farmers of the wide world, and the entries are being made so rapidly and from so many sections of. the contin- ent that the exposition committee, of which J. McXIcol of fe chairman, in a public statement, as snres that there will be the kfenest competition. The committee states that there will be room for all exhibits, that three new buildings are being rushed to completion within the uext three weeks, and that if more 'de- mands are made upon them for space they are prepared to still further iu crease the housing facilities. From the Globe No quarter of the earth has been omitted in providing for exhibits of products of various countries. There are premiums for every kind of grain, grass, seed, vegetable and fruit grown, and provision is made for ?my novel- ties, at that. Upwards of 900 Inter- national Exposition ribbons will be re- quired for the individual prize winners, it is anticipated, while the district and exceptional displays, federal, state, county, province, individual, women and juvenile will require a very large number of special prizes, which have been The special classes include an in- YOU CAN TAKE BACK THE PACKAGE There In no chuuw nf when'you Blurt using Ribbon Ten. you iibed not use it more limn onco and if it Ileus fully satisfy you. .toko bad; the package and your', grocer will immediate- ly refund your n-ouey. Know you ,wiil like it. Paris, Aug. confessidu made on August 15 at Frankfort, by tbe Russian terrorist and political functionary, Eugene Philipo- vitch Azeff, the arch-traitor, whose double life surpasses the wildest Im- agination of melodrama mongers, is ciuising a thrill of emotion through- ..I out Russia, where tUess reflations SQOU I concerning the politk-al police system >tlec- j crt.ating a scandal, in comparisou j with which the New York City police disclosures are as bread and j porridge to vitriol. i Azeff, on the date Mentioned, con- fessed to having organized the assass- motion of the Gram! Duke Serg'ms j and of the twister of the Interior, il. I Pleheve, anil to having betrayed hun- dreds of his comrades to slaughter ror these aud other murders which they had in some cuses some alight i conneetion as suboriliintte acc'e-saories j and in some cases no connection at all. i Members of ihe Russian Douma, now In Paris, predict that, this Anfeff business will have consetjiienceg as j far reachins In Russia us the "Affaire what llie an Dreyfus" bad m France. is aftrr now for Henderson Park, and Vludimor Bourtreff, a Riifi- Ihere is o doubt this "ill 8'a" revohuionary leader, whose re- REVELATIONS WHICH WILUAUSE A STIR astounding one iota of the accusations that for four years I have formulated against the Russian government. On the con- trary, by interview with at Frankfort on August 15. confirms and in creases my conviction in regard to the moral and political danger my country-caused by its abominable pol- itical police system, the countless swarms of. anonymous and secret as- ents of which throughout the land are a blight on tho daily life of the people, rendering existence intoler- able. "The criminal and atrocious acts of tiie agents provocateurs, or secret in- atittauoii detectives, of tbe Qkrana, aro a cause of wholesale injustice, and often tn !he condemnation ruin of scores of innocent men women. "Iu regard to AzerT 1 ani to- day tiiiui ever convinced iha! he is the incarnation of evil, and the a roll criminal, tho.igh many believe, in his sincerity. Ho imagines that be dividual farmer's exhibit, to be ar- rangeti like :i district display, and for which a Fairbanks-Morse gasoline en- gine and pumping outfit is donated by the Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oo.'s Calgary agency; district exhibits of grasses and forage drops, vegetables and roots, fruit in green and in ylass, sheaf grain, threshed grain, and cot- ton, for each of which the l.eihbridge Board oC Control trophy, a handsome aud valuable silver prize will be given to the best; similar classes for individ- ual and juvenile exhibits, with a tro- phy for the best in each, and an in- dividual farmer's exhibit of garden and field seeds, to the world, winner to receive a valuable -sllves trpby cup, donated by the ML Ciirmel T.nmi Co., of Boimer's Ferry, Idaho. Many Display Prizes There will be awarded i special premium for the beat, general exhibit by any agricultural college, experiment station or demonstration farm, for the best state of provincial display, the largest apple, largest potato, largest watermelon, for the latter the prem- ium being a silver trophy cup donated by the Taber Board of Trade of Taber.. Alta; the largest delegation attending the Dry-Farming Congress, for which the Lethbridge Board oE Trade has donated a ?IaO silver trophy; the best district display from any Alberta dist- rict, with three silver trophies donat- ed by Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture; the best district dis- play from Saskatchewan, -with a silver trophy to first and a cash prize to second, donated by Ytou. W. R. Mother- well, minister of agriculture; a -IIM silver cup for a students' grain judging contest, open to any agricultural col- lege iu the world, wjth a medul to the student scoring highest number of points; a valuable premium for the best display of noxious weeds, the most complete aud practical display of monthly reports of farm operations; an Acme for the best Swede turnip, this premium being donated by the John Deere Plow Co.; gold and silver medal, given by the Farmer's Advocate ot Winnipeg, for the best sheaf of fodder corn .Brown in Weal- em Canada; a handsome silver trophy cup for the beat display of 90-day corn, donated by the Gimi State 'Rnral and Livestock Journal Caldwel.l, Idaho; worth of implements for the best display of..4ftPfulfa grown in "Western Canada, glfren by the Louden I Hardware Specialty Co. of Winnipeg; ml and two drags, donated by the Northwest Harvester Co. of Spo- kane, Wash.; fj6r the best art es not exceeding 300 words on "Why it Pays the Farmer to Build Good Roads, W Which is Best for Good Road Tax Worked out Table Board All home cooking. Ladits or Gentlemen 120S Third Avc. S. (Rtdpath) PHONE 1150 Proven Quality] When choosing silvcnrare it both economy and tion to purchase This brand, known ai Silt erflatf that Wtmri'' tanks fitit in quality and lias for over 60 years. Mads in tlia J heaviest grade of Sold fcy thMfen can divide his past ca-reer into two j a Tax Paid in his doings :is j In the classns for farm women there a lerrorist iuul ''is at: is as 'A police niRiited 22-Wheel Packer, donated by the International Harvester Co. of America; delivery free to, winner in Canada or the United States." Best ten ears of trophy cup, value donated by F. C. Lowes Co., real estate operators, Calgary and Lethbridge. Beat ten ears oE Yellow Dent Silver trophy cup, value donated by Tuber Board of Trade, Taber, Alta. Best peck of MHo. tro- phy cup, vtiluc donated'by.Taber Board of Trade, Taber, Altn. Beat peck of .Kafir Orendorff 2i-Wheel Stib-Rnrtace Pack- er, donated by Parlin Oreudorff Co., Canton, Ul.; delivery free to In Canada or tho United States. Best sheaf of hard Sheaf Loader, value ?500, by the Stewart Sheaf Loader Co.. Ltd., Winnipeg, Man.; delivery free to win- ner in Canada or the Unite! States. Beat sheaf of or Me- Conuick Grain Binder, donated by the Intel-national Harvester Co. of Ameri-. en.; delivery free to winner in or the United States. Best sheaf of Deere S- Foot Harvester and Binder, donated by the John Deere Plow Co., Moline, 111.; delivery free to winner at com- pany's nearest distributing agency. Beat sheaf of Brunt 20- Uaitble Disc Drill, donated by the John Deere Plow Co., Moline, 111.; delivery free to winner at Company's nearest distributing ageiicy. functionary. Traitor to Everyone readily judge whether he Best six stalks of Yellow Dent corn offered a Perfection blue-flame trophy cup, value ?3a, donat- cooking stove, donated by the Imper- ial Oil Co., for the best general exhibit of garden products, and a second ed by, Taber Board of Trade, Taber Alia. Uest sheaf of trophy i premium will be provided later; a Clln value ?100, donated by the Cal- m Srtul hamper one. Bow Island's Big Tax Sate About one thousand lots ars offered for sale hy the town of Bom- Island for j Ii is presumed they must been largely lots sold to outsiders who I hive dBcided to let them go. A con- number have'letm than a j dollar charged against them. C Correct corsellng means jo much to your appearance that you ought to be particular to get EI-Oso Co, to Start Work The El-Oso Paving Co. has started 1 at last, tecwrday tfcey got all liieir mar.hinery in for an early' start today, but the rain delayed {I them. They enough stone crush-1 to finish the surfacing on contract, and expect to make good j time. Customs Receipts Increase ihiring the month of August. customs returns for the LoihnritJgf liort. amounted to ay Iiared to for iiie ponding month last year. Tiiis is ai tncretiae of cent. The land office returns for j month show homesteads, Ii jjre-cm- I ptlons. aud two purchased homedteRdH j taken up in this land district during political polire system, are analogous j Hie to the famous accusations of Brail The hai Axeff was a as well as to the revolution. pretends informe lentleaa and fearless cliaTg-es mating Axeft, and the whole Russian triitn Is thai he police as Russian government Xola in the Dreyfus case, lives in ae-j that Azeff was merely ;m mixtiiuci. riusion in a remote southern suburb j or spy. who rendered enonfious ser- of Paris, near the Boulevard Ponray-j vice to the political police, al, in a and carpetless Mat, be-} t "Axeff. howevf-r, categorically con- t weft n an undertaker's shop and an old j fessed to me that he took a leading 7" Pf clothes dealer's, today found Rourt-1 part, in ;t great number of CORSETS Th? sell them. Above K No. 589, one of the new flex- ible that give youlliful Hipplenen lo'medium NOTED FRENCHMAN DEAD Chummy, France, Aug. De Cases died thlg morning at his chateau at The age ot 4S. He suffered an it- lack at t ago. A sec- ond stroke came last night. Due DeCates was the third ot tho line. He also bore the Dantah title of Duke of GIueckahiRrjr.. He is Rlic- reeded hy his son Louis, horn in Paris on 28, 1889. Mr. Link Vldti City Adam I-ink, formerly homestead in- in this district, the holi- day in ths city, having ooma down from his fruit (arm il Minion. 'A. C. OOTENAt STEEL DANCE [is easily i controlled. 1 That's why. it is such a marvelous fuel- jsaver and so .popular with (thrifty ires. McClarys "One ;is more useful to the police or 'J> roaster and steam gaj.y Of -prade, Calgary, Alta. ncrim-! the .party oi j donated by the Aluminum Cooking I Utensil Co. of New Kensington, Pa., for the best individual exhibit of jellies and fruits in glass; and premiums of. iabor-flaving devices for best prolo-; -------1- graphs of a woman's homestead a i number of other similar classes show- the work cf the farm woman about the farm home. (Sweepstakes Headed by a Tracti (The to the two best, bushel: oats grown in Canada and the beat! pisck of potatoes in Southern Alberta- zeff, whose sleuth j lion plots, and in particular thai he bound, patriotism, ran Az-aff to earth.! planned and carried out liie assassm- Hourtzeff is an alert grey-eyed philoso-! ation of the Minister of tbe Interior. pher and journalist, bearing a striking and Chief ot Police Von Pleheve in The Experienced world! Cook i personal repembiance to the Marquis oJ" the Grand Duke Sorgius in j na 1S05. and also of Admiral Doubasoff. W follnfts- of Dufferin. Bourtzeff said yesterday that, he in-' tended shortly to re-visit the United question of.the day in Russia. I am States, after'which he is determined to in position to affirm that after ihe el- re turn to his native land, he j ection or the new Uomna, the govern- will doubtless be arrested by the. Rus-i nient will at once he summoned to sien police. His trial under the search light of the liberal public opinion of Russia will, he predicts, cause a re- volution of the infamous police sys- tem of that country. This determination on the part of Bourtzeff is regarded by his cnuntry- in en as ;ui aet of groat, age and heroism. Beginning of a Reform In course of conversation, Hoiirt- ?.eff made the following Important statement: "Thin Azcff affair is ihf hofrtnning of a great, popular war pf indignation Minium the ImTOi'Um ijf Russian a full and satisfactory answer to the demand of the people, now at least thoroughly aroused and terribly in earnest, owing to the astounding revelations of this Azeff affair. political thv Okrnna. that is j elrtiions teu roltlu? every fibre of the social A7.eft', was lure of the l do uol, rctrati hard labor in Siberia, "I can assure your readers that as soon as thn now Donma meets, all the panics of ilie opposition will join to- Aether as ont; man and unanimously domaml !ho ahnlitlon of thr political diabolical system of tin Okrana. and also rpvisions err now trials of al CHESS in which furnished cvid eiior: for the- iirutiucution, especially the trial of Minister of Police Propsr skin, who. having made ct'TUiin liiiK io unmask and tnjur. sentenced to oxile am Best bushel of hard Traclkm Eniilne. type P, l jue donated by the M. Rumely Co., Porte. Ind.; delivery free to wjinner in Canada or ihe Unidte States. Befit bushel of Marquis njiaHc Seed Grain Pickler, donated by Specialty Works, Winnipeg, Alan.; delivery free lo winner in Can- dida or Ihe United States. Rest bushel cup, value donated by the Continental Oil Co.. Lethbridge agoncy. Beet, bushel oats grown in Can- Gang Plow, value donated by the Oliver Chilled. Plow Works, Hamilton, delivery free to iv i inter at nearest distributing agency of the International Harvester Co. of America. Beat peclt of trophy cup, value donated by the Calgary Krotvtns Malting Co.. Calgary, Aim. Best veok of ional Gor- Says: use Alberta's Best Baking Powder be- c a us e I know from actual test that it never fails me." You, too; will find it invaiuab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole- some, dependable right, in quality anu right in price. Ask your grocer for it. ;