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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September10, THE LET1IBBIBGE DAILY I1EKALO Selected from the choicest coffees in the world roasted, blended and packed in the most modern plant in Canada, Coffee is the recognized standard id thousands of homes. Washington. Ullve Cow HUE ot Mlcblsan, caalr- tnan ot Ow Democratic ___t.___ committed, WM early While House caller today and analy- sed the rnull ot the Maine election yesterday ae a clatlncr. Democratic gain. Mr. noremui pointed out that Rat- the Democratic candidate polled a greater vote tbsa Wilson In tho dl.trlct list fall. "In s dlslrlct that has always beta IteiraMlcan." he said, "having elected a Democrat only once since clrll the resulte Bhoiv that the Demo- crats more than held their own. This E Uglily gratifying especially In au of) year election." v Secretary Bryan attributed the re suit to tie retort! of a number of Progressives lo the Republics! iriy. He Issued this statement: "Tho .llalno ejection, while dfeap- Chaie "Secretary Kinley has dolnf a tor the hate the eupport ol every ol them In ern Alberta." said H. D. FoUom, t ot the Cardslou Hoard of Trtie a- '-t- Ljsodate Boards ot Traie jealeriliy morning. "J have been over tho with oojnlry and lirjow nearly every man there, and 1 have yet to hear a single one or them'say they wo-jld not lake adramage OT grazing on the re- serve. Every one ol them has a few head of itoclc and with a gooi crop and money In sight they are red lo Increase their holdings and wouK do so at once. 1 have not the least doubt but .what bead or Block could 46 obtained In s Alberta to run on the Blood Reserve If the price charged Is reasonable, Rnd most farmers consider Jl per head would he au encouragement lor all ot them to double tho Dumber of catlio they own. Aa to horses there eeeme to be sufflcent raised st pre- etjxt, and llio market them Is DolcthU! In the failure lo elect oui Democratic candidate, is a very able end progressive Democrat, Ii not at all discouraging ire consider the fliiurcs. "The Demorcatic candidate came within a hundred of the vote, cast (or president last Jail. This Is a re- markably good phowlag when we con. 5idor that It was a special The Republican victory was due THE WO DELEGATES TO CONFER ENCE INCLUDES REPRESEN- TATIVES FROM CANADA. very slov. But caUle are always In demand and the price Is growing high- er right along, while the number bo- ing raised la growing less. The tig cattlemen, are righting this hecause they are anxious to hog everything, T linor It. and ece evidences of It everywhere, there la not the least danger of the live stoct busi- ness becoming eilinct, as they assert, II they quit grazing the free or The Republican victory was u uiey nun grilling uiu ireu or IMOO primarily to the return ot a large] tlcally free lands ot this country, not number of Progressives to the Rspub-1 there Is a mixed farmer In o-jr Hcan party. At least the Rep-jblcao country, and soon we will nil be mix-. voie gained Eucielhlng over COCO and Progressives lost that much as conv pared with the returns last fall." Mian., Sept. west end-ot Duhith was abuBlle today iotir hundred aerota'd of the Swed- ish liapiJat general toaferfaco of the United States and Canada. Many the delegates Md arrived yesterday, and a meeting was held last evening, hut the tlrst regular meeting of the conference ivIH bo held late today. Mayor VTinco, of Daluth. will wel- come the delegates to the clly. Hev. O, J. Enstrand, president of tho con- ference, will respond. ROT. Erall rri- berg, of Seattle, Wash., will preach the The coulerenco which will hold forth until the Hth. will bo compre- hensive, iqatiy details, of church and conference business being (or set- tlement. Berlin. Sept. Dr. Gor- ed farmers. There are many who consider that fl head ta not too much and some who.would pay J2.60 or even J3 a but the fact that tuu income from 1S.OW) head ot Block at a head would bring to the Indians more than, three times what they now receive, and that it Is six limes what the present suh-lensEs have endeavored to gel ttie consent of the Indl-ins to Icneo It for. Is evi- dence that the a.jooil feed- rill and I to thai II ihey tre en- forced, and the. approvaj ol tonramtnt, ttore will te no fur- ther trouble om the reiwre, aod the generally "HI beneilt to an j enortaoui 1 ft- tlraite tiat tte opeolng of the reserve to the farmers tnvau of 1300.0M a year more buBl- for alone, and i( It means that mucb to it a blllloa or more to l-eihtrldfa, and every town adjacent will reap l big bweflt. There Is more to I conflder'tisn mere ralue of the stock that Is rua; thwe It the thounht of the biistaeu done by the men who own. that stock, who are mak- Idg money and ining up their old grains ind their screenlogi. and their old sUcis as feed for the win- ter, and. are jetting a setum In Ilia beel the? ttll on the hoof. There are many other things, as, for example, If the farmers are thus encouraged to go more- Into live stock they vlli build more and better bares, and they will lumber and hard- ware, and jabor, aud they will own better horses and more horses, end buy harness and wagons, and eorne may automoblleei 'ahile '.heir fam- ilies will have more with which to dress and more money to go visiting and more for cooiforis and enjoyments and luxuries ot life, and perhaps more of the young people will get married eopner tian usual; and become pros- perous producers of livestock aru mixed farming products, and thus wll our country- become more thickly set tiea. "I .wish who has at hear Southern Alberta, regardless ot his a fjllatloni ot any wrt, will Join in th efforts ot the timers lo get this re- serve for the the farmers, an every- Board of Trade In Southern A "Did they ask if you had a "Oh, my yes! They passed around Wrigley's SPEARMJNm It's the hospitality confection. It doesn't get stale as other things do. It's low priced and lasting. It's dust- proof and clean. It's a blessing when anyone calls- always welcome, always delicious, always beneficial. Every hospitable home should have handy this most pop- ular confection-for family or friends. Chew it after every meal competing for a distance prize. The airman seconded Jroui the aviatipn Hold al JohannlBthol early this morn- ing, AftCT flying a few relies hie ma- chine suddenly collapsed, p.nd tell tls hundred ftet to 'the ground. The contest in which In. ninger WSB cornpelihg ivas one of tbo Wrat held- under SOU) IX LETJIBItlDGi; BVTIIIi STAFJPOKU-AGNEW CO. TO LINK UP. TESMINALS Victoria, B.C., Sopl. tlona ore being made for immodteta work c" the constrcUon ot (he Can- adlin N'orlhtrn Pacific Railway line on Vancouver lilar.d from Patricia Bay to the terminals at this city lor which contracts were award- ed recently. The fame contracts cov- er the link of road between mllo 4.T out of Victoria and the union station. This link was leff' imlinlslieil the Kenerdl conBtrncllon on I Island was begun. AN ORSANIZED BAND Slid to Have Stolen Worth ot Jewels TMt great jewel rolberie which within the past few wceS amazed both Europe and Amer ic'a, and have proven zlcs to the police of. the continents have the. work of a perfectly o d band directed trom Varis an Including membrrB In practical! every European capital. This Is tho; conclusion reached by Scolland Yard fhired by the detective police ol all the large cillo3. The band In- cludes nol only the actml roooers, but men who npr-arently are able'dwlers In according to a Wgh official in Scotland yard, who for maniflMl reasons will not rermlt the. Ee of blfi nstnc. The robberies, he eaj-i, are carefully planned. The "society" merooers spot tbo which ore worth taking nnd report lo headquarters. The "optraltrs" who ere to do iho actual assigned to tho rob'oery and arrangements "e to pass on Itts oooty lo others, who qulcSfly itaka it out of the ctunlry and turn It ofcr lo tbose ho nro to dispose of 11 j By the inclusion of "reputable" df at- era In the bncil, the coatly services 1 ot fences arc avolSed, and by dlspos- i ing of the booty far away from the scene of the robbery the chances ol Selection are minimised. Softie of tlie subordinate The young folks don't know why, but they just Kellogg's Toasted .Corn Flakes- It owes its rare good- ness and appetizing flavor to our secret pro- cess of manufacturer- it's gooci for the children at all times and seasons. Look for Kellogg's signature on the everywhere at lOc, TOASTED! CORN FLAKES, CORN FLAKES ;