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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAJiLV MAGIC BAKING POWDER MADE IN CANADA JHOLDING THEIR i BARLEY AND HAY Ontario Farmers Waiting I for Reciprocity to Pass Xitpallee, Out., Sept. Craven', a fnrmci of Kusl Krcilerlcks- in Lennox anil Aildington coun- ty, has bushels o! Imi'lcv in his barn, lie raiiscs to sell It until after 'Ihe election, wailing for reciprocity to pass. By holding his barley nn- lil that date he counts upon making deal six hundred dollars extra pro- fit, saving 30 cents a bushel. Mr. Craven is but instance. There nri: maiiy others in this sec- tion. The .region ot the Day of Qnintc raises some of the finest bar- ley in Ainarira, and bushels a j j .-r-r.........'. .year have .been .noinn to Oswego Walertoji Alia., Sept. (he present turifl. The brewers representative of IK> Herald, 'who, hi jot ,Vijw Vork state insist upon -i per- tlu. early days of lumbering and "il- of .Canadian-barle-y lo obtain (n the South Kootenal a' f J-.us. otton visited tbe returned, again Jin-3 week, nnd "lfmm' of tlicir THE OLD AND NEW IN KGOTENAI EDITED BY "INO" 1224. Reildence Phone 774. Ht-lltM' trust all and be deceived, weep that trust and that de- ceiving, Than doubt one heart that, if be- lieved Had blessed one's life with true believing. A. Keniblc. was accompanied by Mrs. Andrews nnd young son, who will take up their rcsidenec in News-Telegram. found the oKi'bVd'er of things''gmiii; to Dew.'' "Drilling has boon re- sumtv.1 wiuei-Ehcd'hy the Phiclior Creek Development Cum- ami, the reporter was told, with chances''of success. In fart, the j I cannot supply, it greatest eagerness said that the manifested bv port in vji trade Tin "v cr the proposed ftee im- Mrs. C. H. Travis, accompanied by Mrs1, r. A. Cornell, returned from an extended east ibis aftcr- jnoou. Mr, S. 'A. Huoluiiwn, of Grassy spent the holiday in ihe -tlUcstion, "Resolved that wo- 'niiin. suffrage would hi- beneficial to Mr. L. Uiplcy, of'LuthbridgC, spent will be dcbatnl by inembers Labor day in the city. i01" Westminster Kpworih League, on (Tuesday, Sept, 12lh. Miss llastie, of Maple; Crei-k, ar- ami rived in .tin- dly.this ufle-nnon Tim'Hon. the Chief .Justice of Al- ls SiiRst with Mrs. J. Shepherd. Mrs. Harvey bavL- been the of I'rof. and Mrs. CJuyrie Les- tard in Mail and Mr. spent R. 1'. lttichnn.111, in the city, of W the nest of' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Huchanan. Kerr, l.dhbridge, spent La- the S..OU In fact, the. Tllc o! section lol r ni vit ric, ris hi o I was-exhlbltol .in but tho shjll ,rv r visitor nsl; wliutlicr or nol' l-.ll.ir.ir> it was from, tho welb in which old rccipro- Cmpire. Mrs. A. L. Wing, of Sll Sixteenth avenue, west, has returned home, af- ter :i very pleasant two weeks' holi- spent in Lctlthridge, the guest jof lieu son, Fred i Herald. drills wore pounding. One well at Oil lcil-v lreHt5' Tlluy hnvc foci'011 Wrs. J Home. imflcrin St., who City produced oil ago, but in HO fo otllt'r crops sinSft' and'their visiting at Han IT, 'is expected home hay greatly improved by flic iiiodci.-n j ;il jjlc cmj of ine wcck, system of crop- rotation. .Theyve-xpisPi i to keep up the. of their! ,Miss pAm} who _ I visiting ih Minneapolis, is expected beheld each week, until the coin- acreage of barley if reciproc- j this week. jnninion service in November. j ity passes. Hariey sCllS fo.r nl rl-nts' tliis side of "tho- !ai cents in and it was not worth pumping. Other1 'outfits hart rtgg ;it. work, but no success w-js inado in search commodity that re-i farms and Ktill grow a grcplly iU9oi in mix iVijii water. The mill'ls'lcreased acreage of" liar ley if to supply a lo- cal is moved from the Lalvfg d'jwn river. But tills is jot tlio old onlcr, and tbe writer meiirit to give Ifcr-ild readers scmefhhig_ now. It is the fact that as-good a propy.iition around thcsc'takos a great summer re-1 as the western farmers have in 5 -The South for tbe irciglit- frpm ...Lake Ontario ports amounts to so much le.ss'.jlian the cost of lumdling. western ..v'hc.n. t Instead of the regular Wednesdaj evening prayer jit ,St. An- church, cominniuon classes The Farmers of, Eastern Oh'.ario J-vootoiial. IUIB been the last, of the grcnj. moimtufn paypco to attract the lonrist. This is because, perhaps, of lack of railroad facilities. And, per- haps it !s this very Tact {hat makes popularity. is away' from Robinson, who has with MI-S. lloss; left been a yestcrdav for her home in Kdinonion. Mr., and Mrs. A; E. .Morris have 1( f t foi Sin H incisco going hy way of -Vancouver, New Westminster ami Seattle, and returning by tbe Crow's town and city. fashionable 'crowd spoils the rest of nionnlnin and lake; Nature gets bar chance to speak .So Far as trade with the L'mtnd Slates inconsistent witb-L'n-l i.ted Kmpire loyally sentiment fjn tile j Bay of Qninte, it. is interestina; toi soul..' that the .first church of the Lov- j in .Adplphustotvn on .in called Hay Bay, .where the Lova'tstt U is known to Herald-venders "that-selllers first, landed. It is lieing lev- v.cnderCul la-ltcs, ar-a on the Ju'rert reserve, and that laws exist for the jiroioetton of game and Cish. John George., fa.miHarly Krown' as "Koot-anai has Park Commissioner, and i'rom him'we h'ave the statement that next year the'Dominion govern-. are to construct roads and urid- and in other >vays Eurroiuidinss of this great body of wa- ter. Mr. ftraivn-ulso slates tluit ov- er a ihousand tourists have i-liis yeiir camped in the ijarK, not- tlie unfavorable wcath-; er during the 'greater part of. the sum- Tbe Commissioner himsfelf, with Ill's Stony Intiiiin notUie.Ienst intorosling of th-a many interesting' features at Wntertnn Lakes. Hotels have been erected, and excellent- ac- Jensen Bros, run an auto "bus froni Gnrdston ev- ery day, and, malls and pa-jsen- gers to and from the lakes every day. H is only -a matter of ti 111-3 till tin's will be one of the most popular of Canada's summering places. TRANSPORTATION OF GRAIN Winnipeg, Sept. are preparing now for the haiulling of grain. The Canadian Northern nn- nounced this morning that its line would carry forty per ecnl. of the total crop. Last year the C. P. R. handled cars, or (iO nor cent, of the total. Th-3 C; N. II.' handled HO.G77 cars, or per cent, of the total. The Grand Trunk curried (i.970 cars, or seven per cent., and the Great Northern one per cent. 'ered as a More n Ton For Hiiv Kir.csto On! p iirmrs tn t! i d stuc iie being tailed L inn bv American hav buvers, who r.ifar ther.i eleven dollars a ton for their hay under present conditions and will liavn it stored Ii ILCIJH >r j iss s 111 bihcis to gnc the funer fifteen dollars..a ton, flic extra fcur dollars bring tbe .present duty. Th buyer; are signing agreements to j tint effect nnd miking n depo it m the hay, which they will take in the' winter. j Wooriuinn, pf V.'olfe Island. raises a lot. of hay, told'vour m rcapondent this morning that'he i id! sold on the above terms, and sai'd that if (he farmers were wise would vote for ihe reciprocity Miss V. Ross, of the Gait Hospi- has gone to Toronto and othtjr ca.s'lcrn points, to spend a vacation. .Mrs. Kvcrsfield and children have returned from ;i three weeks' visit at Majilu Creek, Sask. Mrs. II. A. Allison left yesterriij to spend a couple of months at Vec- non, B! C. Mrs! Rafton-Canning has returned home after a successful operation at the Gait Hospital Mr ind Mis Rcrlnuth St., ire t Banff. Svdncy Jackson, [pending some time The St. Andrew's Sunday school picnic, which was to have been belti on Monday, but which bad to be postponed on accplint of the rain, will he htld next Silunhiy aflenioon- The children are -.asked to meet at chuirh xt o clock. .Tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock, the Woman's Missionary So- ciety of' church will with I tli at tlip parson-' Tddnss( be Riven M' Misb Austin on'her work at PiKan imonK ihe Vusirians. This Mil no doubt be i interesting meeting, and a full attendance is rc- qiio.sted; iss L. Way and Master Mussel re- nftd this morn ing _ frqni months' vacation spent at Carie'vale', M t-hcv pict POLICECOURT COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Is good for Growing Girls and they Ute it It their little bpdia and raalei them healthy and itrong. Cowan't Cocoa, Hjoafa't Iran you. JI-OCCT, il abtolutely pure. ItiiMkicw (hvoi M obtuecd by HM UK of highert Crade of Coco, btiiu. 4iUr blended. Nothing ii iclded to imptir the betlth- Uildini of the Do Yon CM Cocoa 1 At the police court this morning .Magistrate Hall handed out some crit- icism regarding tlve manner in which ws m-on nbouf. the city employ hi borers. Nearly every case of refusal wages which comes into court is the result of a. misunderstanding- between the 'employer and .the em- ployee. He thought that employers ought to be businesslike enough to make some definite agreement before putting a man to work. Thfg little measure of good advise wa-s handed out in tbe case of an em- ployee against a local business man in which the former wag taking pro- ceedings lo recover wages ow- i ing to him for work done during the j lair. The employer claimefl that he lowed the man only The magis- trate decided that the should pay and the costs 'of the I court. Half a dozen of the usual coterie of drunks appeared to pay for the (privilege of imbibing too freely. The offenders were let off with tho baritone, mii- cburcb, will, recital about Mr.. .Jamie- Aliss G T TTornln lins tbt iftcr o nlci 11 M it 01 six uccl uith Mrs Pdw rd 1 honns antioipnlc i ucn musical treat 1 mil llTjru Mr imu t n hose singing in KVcslov church last. Sunday won uni- Hnv. ami Mrs. Buchanan, of i versa! admiration. Mr. Jamieson is Kin nd Mipicson l directoi of heat i thi! middle of October on recit ils in Die cist have always stiona; liiwint, attractions. nndfoul Out who b been ins; in the citv leit morn- ing for the -coast. ft X Miss Jamk'son, of Lethhridgc, is jvi.sitiiijr'wiili her Mrs. Mc- Tavjsh, Tongue C'l-ceic, at present. High River Times. Sir Gilbert and Lady Parker will nil for Canada early nexl moiilh. Sir Gilbert will speak in Montreal and Toronto, while in Canada. before the Women League of London, ilryanV having enquiries from intend- ing vocal studenls. Miss Elizabeth Robins, the famous English writer, in a recent address Writers' Suffrage the following address art- all agreed, I imagine, as to tim" practically limitless power of slie .said. M'heii we talk about sugges-i tion we know that we are dealing with forces beyond I lie reach of sci- Mrs. F. It. Agncw, who has been n's yet fully to gtiiige. Nevcrtne- visiling in Minneapolis for the past j less, we sec 1mw this great power of throe months, is ex peeled home Monday. Miss Litignnl, Iloinpns St., is covering from her recent illness expects to visit with her sister Taher at the end of the week. Mrs. Sa'nford, of Winnipeg, as a guest with Mrs. .1. Home, has gone to Ihe coast. She will return to the city in about three weeks. r Mrs. McKUIop, Miss McKHlop ..........._____ ind Miss Margaret nre ex- usual three dollar fine, but Mfke home on Saturday from Ed- -Midijuk, who appearwl for the third monton, where they have been visit- oii suggestion has tor ages been pressed into the service of Ihe education of From the time a boy is able tn Follow a fairy sfory he is told bow .Ijicl; killed the Giant. Jack- always kills the Ciian-l. Later the hoy begins to lake from history, from the classics, and from literature who j general, the motive and flic, cue foi action. Tin- philosophy of history new in education. Until yesterdai history was lit UP more Hum cord ft! tho deeds of heroes of the men who fought against obstacles ami New Fall Goods NOW BEING RECEIVED AT THE BAY .'Wp.now Imvc resident buyers nt New York, Montreal and all most important European manufacturing1 centres, which places us in '.direct.touch with llu; world's Foremost iiiarut.facturcrs and enables us to not only -show you the latest dictates of Dame Fashion but also to pre- sent them for your acceptance at such prices as are only made possible by our facilities for buying direct from the source of supply. Today we want attention to the following new arrivals, the super- ior values of which arc apparent at a and remember, we shall deem it uplcnsurc lo be allowed the privilege of showing you thcs'e goods whether YOU contemplate purchasing: or not. POPULARLY PRICED Serges are to bo most popular of aii Dress Fa bricB.this season, and we are prepared to meet the demand with values such as have not hitherto been offered. One particularly good line is a pure wool 54 in. Conting Serge, in suitable weight for Fall Costumes or Separate skirts. Comes in navy, brown, green, saxo blue and crimson.- i'cr "ADMIRALTY" SEKGE We are sole agents in Western Canada, for the world famous from pure long staple, wool, and- is guaranteed not to fade, spot or shrink. We have it In black and navy. At soc to yd. VELVETEENS Dam6 Fashion hits decreed that Velvets and Velveteens are to be more popular this season Mian for many years. We want to tell you of an exceptionally good Hue we were able lo secure in a deep rich pile velveteen, 24 inches wide In black and every wanted color. At per OTHER LINES, Equnlly Oood Aralucs 75C THESE SPECIAL LINES FOR EVENING WEAR The social season is rapidly drawing near and v.'s be interested In reading of the lovely satins, pailettcs 'and NMnons. we have just received direct from Paris.. SWISS SATIN ROMAINE is a beautifully soft pure silk fabric with a satin face and is splendidly adapted for draping in those long clinging folds so deservedly popular for even- ing gowns. This line is 40 inches wide and we have black, ivory and ail evening shades. Special PAILETTE SILKS 20 inches wide pure silk pailette silks, almost as effective as the above and comes at a much lower price. We have it in black, Ivory, hello, champagne, skj and pink. At per SILK NINONS This is a sheer silk material, almost as deli- cate in appearance as chiffon, but having a heavier thread, is much more durable and makes up to better advantage. We have it in all the season's new shadingB, 40 inches wide. Popularly priced CHIFFON AND-SILK SCARFS AND There is nota iioyclly being worn in PiTi'js to.day but what is repre- sented i.n ourslio.wiirg of these Motor.'Scarfs and even- ing wraps, Crochet and Knitted Silk Scarfs, Mufflers and Wraps; Shallbc pleased to show-them to you PUicpsj-aiige from to We have just received another consignment of Ladies' and Children's Fall and Winter Coats. Come and see them while range is complete Hudson's Bay Stores stories, those i time, drew down five and costs 'with a warning that next time there would i be no leniency. Ti Allen, besides get- I ting inebriated, began io raise rough in the Arlington last night, and was soaked ten dollars and rostK. Tom Arnold, whose innate love for booze getfl the better of him about twice a day, appeared for the 'ateenth time in his career. An the weather is overciime them. Xow what- impression is the girl mind given of the world That Mr. and Miss of Arthur, Out, who linvn been in the city fora short, time, left for their home yes- terday afternoon. it is tt place not only where all Ihe j great deeds are done hy men, but beginning (o turn a tle cold, the end) took on the oM gentleman aiwj gave him n month In the clink where he'll bo warm and get plenty to eat, If he doen have to forego his dully -horn of fiery fluid. Alanson Moot, a member of tire Mrst Methodist Hamilton; Out., undertaken to pay off the entire debt of In order to clear the wsy for the erection of tt new church. where all the great qualities arc mas- culine. Tlu1 world will never know At the close of Ihe Westminster, prayer meeting; this evening, a full'girls' books, report of the results of the booth at girls' books the exhihilion will he .given. The Youiig Woman's Sociality of St. Patrick's church will meet At the home of Mrs. Krert Kenny, 317 JUrt- lett St., at eight o'clock this even- how ir.uch power to serve it has kill'tri in women's hearts by phrase, "Only a giri." There :nv pirls who say they Hul why do pirls Meeatise girls properly resent bring put off neon that hate Imto very with mere and with vari- ants on (lie theme of thp Patient Grtold.1. Girls wanl to hear about girls who frel as they themselves feel, and who do sohie of the things I lint (hey Inng fo do. .Stand before hoy's hook rase and you will feel Mr. Andrews, of tho high school afresh how wrll men have served their staff, spent I ho -tc. L'non weok-t-ud in return yestcrdav half of the world in this great- mat- T historic, like "The Life oi Nel- son" or "'The Story of Our whether Miss Youge's "Greek Hfcr- or tales like Stevenson's ''Trea sure Islaiw." or Kipling's and on rows Whicli amonst all these honks has anything to say about a girl's resourcefulness, a girl's midtiralire, ;i girl's courage Have these qualities, then, been lack- ing in our sex We know -the answer lo that. These qualities were all thru; but they had to wait for wo- men themselves to celebrate them. "THE SLUE BIRD" WAS GOOD Again last evening, and this time lo a much larger audience, Miss Kdna Sutherland displayed the finer points of the elocutionary arl, of which she Is perfect mistress. In her delineation of "The nine by Maurice Maet- erlinck, this accomplished lady car- ried her amllencu with her by tho rorce of her vivid imagination, in eager quest the elusive and much desired "Blue Bird." From the wood cutter's cottage, where she introduces her hearers to commands of Father Time, or the rumbling notes of Bread. With de- lightful ease, the entire eighteen char- acters of the play were impersonated by this one raisti'cSi m life arl ta such a manner as to be truly wonder- ful. Western Canada has very probably never before heard her equal, and it is Eiifo to say that literary ami matic elocution has received an Im- petus towards a higher plane In Leth- bridge that shall not. soon fall fruit- less. Certain it is that Miss heart than lan-d. bas established a reputation In this city that has won for her a warm place In the hearts of her bearers, and that will Insure her a crowded iioiise and an Interested hearing, should she ever grant to its people an opportunity oE hearing her again. SONTAG Tucnty years' absence from the city brings many "changes, hut when iftcen of these have been spent in jrison the change is all the more he diameters of the plot through tho 'parent. Such is the case oi Geo. Son- tag, who has returned _ to-Winnipeg for the first time since and ho has a slory to tell that is as thrill- ing as anything of Rolf Boldrew Kafry's Palace, the Land of Memory, bo Palace of Night, tho graveyard, nd the Kingdom of the Future, until it. last the much cherished nrtiject Tras oven where they had set out, the render travelled with her aild- cncc. With natonlnhlni! rapidity and chnrflcterfslic ease, iho flrllolu imptT- sonaled now the brave voice of Tyltyl, now the nervous accent of 'Myltyi or hair turning gray, was the erstwhile train handii and hold-up man whose very name struck consternation into tlie hearts' of trainsmen in the west- si of the rarlj ughtits Since gelling bis Son tag IMS been in various public roles. With an interest in some oi! fields in Sou- thern California he has coined a "om petenon awl now spends his tinve tra- velling round the country warning the young of the evil o! wrong n ing. N'o one could he more sincere tSoniag, and his modest appearance and genial .'oolcs are a contradiction to the thought that he was once the daring desper ado of the west. FTc is coming to .Starlanu- and will lecture of his ex- citing experiences, and his firm 'COB viclion of the error of his nays Watch for the dates, which mil In announced short If. AMERICAN TRAWLER SEIZED Lotilsbiirg, C. Sept. American trawler Arbutus of Glnurea ter, Muss., has been seized here for contravention of- coastal law. The ship will probably be confiscated and fine imposed on the captiin, FATAL GUN ACCIDENT Saskatoon, Sept. young man suggestion. All thosfi stirring changed aa quickly Into the imperious or I named Adolph Erlckson, aged aho.ut Hret llarte. For many a day years, was accidentally names of Clco, Sontag and Chris. r.i-Uhot while out hunttng with a com- ans were the terror Of Cnlifornia, but jpanlon near Saskatoon last Sunday. you would never for a moment Ho was pulling his gun out of tho rig driving In and tho that the genial, kindly and soincwli.il was discharged. The .unfortunate portly gf.itlcman of fifty years with (victim died In about two hours. ;