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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pasro THE LE'JfllBRIDGE DAILY TTERALT) Saini'day, September 7. (012 CONSCIENCE IMPULSIVE POWER Roosevelt Tejls of Genesis of the Bull Moose Party your druggist foi-TRY'S MALTED G-OCOA" great strength builder for invalids. Perfect Flour Perfect wheat, perfectly ground by perfect pro- cess in a perfect mill, by perfect millers Gives perfect results in all baking Ask Your Grocer for It For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. St. Paul. Sept. heard first hand from Col. Roosevelt yester- day his reasons for asking 'support for the new party, Tho Colonel spent the day in St. Paul and .Minneapolis, and made three hes. Uisi night he resumed his .journey westward, Porks, N.D., as his next stopping place. Col. Roosevelt's principal address was at the Stale fair. :He rert that the iioummttou of Wood row Wilson :u Baltimore .was aiTaiis- cause of Democratic bosses. Ho expounded the Progressive ideas upon the tariff. Canadian reciprocity, the courts, co-operation of the government and die farmers to improve the yield of I'aruis ami" measures to better the condition of the watte wcvkers. Then he went to and nfier u. luncheon given by the vMin- nesota Progressive league, he'deliver- ed what he called in he gave his views upon the, sig- nificance of the Progressive move- ment from the standpoint of the mor- alist, rather than the politician. At nisht he made a brief mldrpss at the fair grounds, 'where he attendedv a "farm dinner." When Colonel Roosevelt reached St. aul early in the morniug. Governor Eberhardt, who is a supporter of Pre- sident Tai't. was one oC the first'to welcome him. nnd spent moet of the day wirh him. "I am in this said Col. Roosevelt, in his ad-dress- hi. .Minnea- polis, after the it f prinss. as every grent. moveinent must, fiom die conscience of the peo- ple. The politicians ha.v'e b-aen blind and deaf, because they .ignored the fact th'at ta tHe'last few years there been a steady-.growth of discon- tent slipshod inefficiency in ing with the 'great economic, in- dustrial'.aiid.-poliiical problems of the T hive -endered 111 it bring about the movement-, a than it v.-ouiil other- wise come. I dou't think that our political expression has represented the best that is in us. We have been too apt to view with cynicism corrup- tion in public life, instead of 'being more shocked than we; would at cor- ruption in private life.- When we get it will he' impossible "to have a repetition of such a was practised at Wben 'we get proper standards we will see that any man who profits by such theft or condones it, is unworthy of public con- fidence." THEY ARE LIKELY DEAD prfsed two of th-e men had escaped, but no sound to Indicate that the Minn., Sept. three) men are alive has been heard. miners imprisoned in the flooded---------------------------- Hud-ay mine here, since HAD DISASTROUS RESULTS had cot rescued up to one a.m. j Cincinnati, Sept. men were today.- and no hope is entertained killed, another fatally injured, and that they are still alive, though res-; several persons seriously hurt, when cuers are still worstsE An air pip6 10 reach I Baltimore aad Ohio passenger train, driven into No. 20. ran into a work train at Sixth the workings, into which it was sup-j and State streets in this city tonight. Silver tor Service I purchasing silver you are sure of depend- ability and beauty if it This brand, known as Wstsn" assures longservice because iti! the heaviest stiver plate. Look for the trademark. Sold by Pe WHITE'LEGHORN'S LAV MOST .EGGS FOR TEN MONTHS.IN IN TERNATIONAL CONTEST AT VANCOUVER Tho following circular regardtns the international egg-lay Ing contest a! Vancouver under the ausuicett of the British Columbia Poultry association, tho Vancouver exhibition board provincial government, has Iwon issued by J. K, Terry, secretary: Total eggs laid up to end of tenth month, August 20, 1912. Clsii I. Pen. No. Eggs. LiiW Leghorns Leghorns Leghorns K4B 'Leghorns Leghorns.............C-5 Leshorns Leghorns ..............5S2 Leghorns Leghorns Leghorns Leghorns ..............573 Leghorns .............SSH Leghorns...............545 Leghorns Leghorns -Leghorns Leghorns ........j. ..47H Leghorns Leghorns .450 Leghorns ..........1...403 Leghorns..........I...3SO Leghorns ..3G1, Class II. Pen. No. Wyandottes 692 Island Island.Redsi..........630 Rocks Wyandottes Rocks .....i...........5SO Orpingtons ...........V.574 .Island '.513. Rocks..................465 Wyandottes...........442 Orpingtons Wyandottes........427 Laced Wyaiwiottes -----S80 Wyandqtttes.......364 Pencilled Wysjndotiesi. .S5S Average price of eggs. -I0c tloz- >n. i'en temperatures, Highest. de- Erees, lowest, 44 degrees: average mean. Sti.6 degrees. tTlwse a-re shade Rain ieH.on 11 days; -ery heavily on the 15th. Twenty-one ys bright and four days were A great varifeuice of tern- iture was on the 4th. he glass rising from 44 (to SO degrees .uriup Fears expTess-sd that the ess would suffer during-; the nonth, owing to the Vancouver ex- ibition ueiug held on tlue grounds. From a perusal of estilts "ft'ere obtained, owing, no doubt o the fact that'Ijlasting-was (liscou- inued during the ex3ubitioc. The'ess was higher fnom August 13 to :0 than during the earlier period of he month. During the first day of he poultry shew disturbed by the cromdng. Pen 2 in class 1 still-gorged ncreasing its lead y by, 17 ggs during the moiath. Pen dis- places pen 4 in fourtihiplace, peri 14 for third place. Pen 10 creeps n nparer io only'being he difference this, month. Rfen a drops from seventhito 'en 20 jumps ftomeiwelfth- to sixth, eing with pen 12. Following are- highest' pji-odncers during the month: 2 10 and IS 12 (910, 19 9 Pen :t Rcoredhi eggsland-pen ,7, 24 eggs during ?the} monsh. The ormer pen 15 mouiCingtand'appeared ery Hstl-ess. In class SSnncoeases its lead by one during-the over pen M, Pen separates'from pen 3ft in fourth place and reduces Si's by 10 eggs during -the month. Pen 32 reduced 37's lead by 20 eggs :his month. Top scores for the month: Pen :i2 pen 26 (flfO, :i7 38 i.S6i, fSo 30 25, 20 (4 ns 27. :'.4, 36ft2 26, 31, 32, 33, '.W n It will he noticed iJiat in class 1 lit-s a few pnus have yqual records. Pens 14 and 12 and 20, 3 and 2L. are running neck and neck. As corroborating the oft-repeated assertion that strain and stamina is nore Important than breed it may be mentioned that four or five' of the artins pens in class I are related and are all close up. 'MORE COCOA Everybody wants flavor is so good. And mother knows that COWAN'S is good for and is Cocoa iii its purest form. Cowan's Perfection Cocoa has no added flavoring. Its delicious flavor is obtained by using only the highest'grade of cocoa beans, and being careful to remove every particle of husk or shell. That is the reason that there is no bitter taste to no sediment. There is nothing the children can eat or drink that will, give them more real nourishment. The Cowan Company, Limited TORONTO ONTARIO A BANK CLERK WHOJELL DOWN R. F. OGILVIE WAS CONVICTED ON TWO CHARGES OF THEFT FOOLISH WOMEN ATTACK .CHURCHILL i'OJ? SALK.Jjy GEO.KEJKJK CO., Aberdeen, Scotland, Sept. genes today again waylaid Winston Sjiencer Churchill, First Lord of tho Admiralty, when he landed from the Admiralty.yacht here, lie was met. by n crowd of women, one of whom ifthed, "Why don't you slop tha fnrcihlo feeding of our She was seized by the police. In the moan time another woman made a rush at, Mr, Churchill, and Iriod to clutch htm, but was prevent- ed 'hy a jiolk'oman, and several fur- ihor atlemptK to molest the First, Lord were frustrated by iho visilance of the police, Vancouver, Fras- er Ogilvie, former teller of the Mer- chants' Bank of Vancouver, and later noved to wus'toilay convict ed on two charges of ihefL and spiracy, and will bo sentenced tomor- The witness against him was Morris M. Cox, who was, sentenced .last. March for theft of one thousand dollars. Cox declared he had, with Ogilvie's knowledge appropriated funds from the bjuik and has issued dictiues in oi'der to.covar up their shortage.. In :i letter wriiten by Ogilvio 10 C'ox from Calgary the following occurs: "I am worried to death. me, if. there was a dock to jump off here I'd go and end it all. T believe they are'holding me here to see how 1 am fixed financially. Don't leave any of my tetters in your pockets, as I be- llere they would go through your poc- kets. Go through niy, old clothes and destroy all my letters. If my brother wires to you about me toll him I got stuck for 51.4UO on general securities to oblige a friend. "If they got wise we'd both be-can- i AT iRCTIC CIRCLE BIG CROP AT FORT GOOD HOPE WHEAT IN LATITUDE Lilmonlon tl- C onioi oi the Indian dLpiiuncut-, SHU! rin returning; Kdnionton frnini his annual treaty paying trip down (he AtlmhiiKca. anil Mackenzie, rivers, tint a nf nntitoes was this at KorL Good Hope nuk5: sou4h 01 the Arc- lit i He reported Iso thit -M. H. Card, representative at the Indian agency at Kort Simpson, opposite tlio of Hie Lizard and the keiuie rivers, in latiuule. out a field oats, barley, potatoes other .lie is.fctjriing oxen and horses. The department estalilished a saw mill and is cutting feet ot lumber fur agenc-y; buildings. Mr.- Conroy visited Forti the inos't northerly post of the Hudson Hay Trading company, JOO miles nortirof the Arctic' Cjrcle, where trappers reported a good catrlt rinring the winter. The post, which is on tlm .'Indian-Esquimaux houmlary, is tlie base of supplies for the, police n( Herschcl Island... NOMINATED DRI CREGAN Fargo, N.D., Sept.. C. C. Cre- president of the Fargo College, was nominated for' fiovernor at last night's session of the North Dakota Progressive Slate convention. Am- ong ihtj delegates to the convention wore 25 wom-en. Constable Oliver, of the Hamilton force, charge with sleeping while on wee til ear ts Once you or yours realize the rich, of crisp, toasted flaky hearts of sweetest sugar ciorn, you'll banish porridge .from your breakfast It will be 'sweethearts for everybody' OFTENER than once a day when you offer Ten Cents A Package ;