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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Ki. 10J2 THE LETHBftUMiE DAILrf Their for Gold TO-DAY SHOWING NOW TO-MORROW The Official Motion Pictures of the Great CALGARY STAMPEDE ;To 'nieet tht Expense of thii .attraction at such an EARLY DATE, we arc com- pilled to charge tie admlislon, but you will not it, for the pictum are Immense .Wedneiday and Tremendous Feature "THEIR LIVES FOR GOLD" Po.itively the world'i legation MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Stampede at Star-land Tho-1 great Stampede ni-rive-d, :tre being shown at Star- land today: They are without diubt the finest motion, pictures of their kind ever secured, and the manage' ineiit of Starland are certainly to b-e congratulated 'on securing such a mag- nificent-attraction, at such an -early date. "The pictures show with wonder- ful clearhesp every principal event of tli.e .Stampede, the "great parade on La visit of the Duke of Con- naught and suite; and every item of impouance throughout the whole week. that, an offering of such .sterling merit is seen-here, and intending patrons are reminded the Stampede pictures a're. here for two today and tomor- row. The sensational feature Their for Gold" will be showu on Wed- nesday and Thursday. FIRST SERMONS WEItfPLEASING REV. .MR. WOODSWORTH MADE FINE IMPRESSION WITH NORTH LETHBRIDQE Rev, Joseph Woods worth, D: A- piLichcd his first sein on as pastor of Westminster church yesterday, and mule i marked impassion He is a ilueiil- speaker and has... a style. The congregation grcatr h plQased their new jnstor Mr Woodsworth.-.preached the .-reality nf God in tlie lives of the people, the two sermons being ah elaboration of the same theme. 'The sermons were diaraclerizfid by freshness of thought ami were presented so as to hold thej undivided the audience, j I OTiight there will be a CQiiprega. imnal reception to the new and his wife in which the memhers of 1he "While" appointment will iom Westminster people seem greatly pleased to have a regular pastor again.'and .there is-no doubt but that Jlr. Woodsworth will be given ttie fullest co-operation. THE SOLUTION OF LIFE'S RIDDLE REV. A. C. WATSON IN' SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT GAVE MANY HELPFUL THOUGHTS Ihe subject QI Kev A 0 ttaison's address at Hist evening .Was "Life's ..Riddle and fiom the following Ynd we know that 'all' things.-work togeth- er for good to tHcm that he said inpart "loo man} times mterpiet this to mean that God shows paitiahtj to those nhq aie paitial to Hun, while the others of His children not tfad opportunity to knon of day fav SJr Hon. Hihi, are left -.to .'shift -for. them- Kodolpho .who with .their friends from Montreal and elsewhere lo the uunihei of several thousands CANADA MUST HAVE MORE MARKETS Sir Wilfrid Laurier Will Continue Fight for the Western Farmers Montreal, Sept. "We wani. larger market and that market is the L S the preached sehcs Let us len einbei tint all good come Jiom God and that our realization of His fa.ors depends attitude. to'God'and not His altitude ton aid us Vs a man mat select one of his children Tor a particu-' lar-work because'-of--that child's es- leual fltnesfa lor it, so God selec'ed i the Hebrew nation to carrf on a spe i cial -woik in the if enjoj inort pmileges tlian our brother in because God has a special work for us to do, and Jit tApects us to do it In a land where our water supply is dependent upon the rainfall, the amount of water we are able to store up for our use ..depends upon the size the county of Reciprocity was in the -air 'down with tlie trufets" and "larger received some attention Sir Wilfrid told his hearers that Canada had bushels of I grain to export-, and as the'time1 would come when England could not take this surplus a market niust lie found His government had offered.a market !mt the present rul- ers of Canada were responsible lor the people's refusal and must lind a' sub- to LETHBRIDGE IMPRESSED PROMINENT VISITORS Toronto With English See City and Lethbridge pliment for Ministers McLean and. Marshall ANOTHER CANCER CURE Wurtemburg Physician Demonstrate! Treatment'at Medical Conference Stuttgart, Sept. the recent announcement that :in improv- ed method of handling cancer cases had been discovered by a German scientist, comes the report that" still another advance has been made to- ward the successful treatment of this disease. At a recent conference, attended by representatives of the Iloyal Wurtem- fcurg College of 'Medicine, Dr. Adolf Keller'of Wurt-emburg outlined a new metho.d of treatment which, it is al- leged has alreadj pioduced some je mark-able results; Of ilfty-seven pa- tients treated by the new method It Is claimed that forty-four' were cured, some of whom hail already been oper- ated on two or three times. T'he treat-; ment does not involve operation. i of 'the well we have for containing it so ihc blessings of Qod are dependent upon the indi- vidual capacity to receive them, Out of the very -darkness and de- spair of our owir lives oftentimes tjomcs'nthe closest communion .with Qod, the broadest sympathy with our fellowmen and the development own best selves. If we put ourselves in the right attitude toward God these'experiences refine .ami puri- 'y and: ennoble us, and our capacity for God's blessings is riailv increased. In the complex web of life we are weaving, that heart finds the truest pattern who' looks to God and opens his heart to Him-" stitute, which he intimated was the south of the 'Dominion. I Sir Wilfrid gave ,an absolute denial to the slatcirwnt made hv Mr. Bour- I assa to the .effect that he had signed a secret agreement with the imperiM authorities as to the disposition .01 the Canadian fleet in time of :war Re had been in font'erenee "with -the foreign office and no agreement wos signed that had not been openly'sub- mitted to parliament, L The old leader spoke change, the leadership, saying that ,tacit time he had Ku.sgesled retirement his friends had" insisted that tile void nan was wanted at the head of the party. He had, however, reached an age when tlio future was uncertain; he felt tli-ii he could still HL- ressfully defy his political oppon- ents. As to the naval policy of the pres-: cut government tha Liberal leader de- dined to pronounce hiiescif before the prime minister had mnrie known j his policy. Tlien Sir Wilfrid said he would judge the mailer on its met- Ilon, Rodolphc Lcmieux tojd in liis address lliat the battle of the "tariff will have to fought over- again, saving 1 The vote of the 21 si of Scpteir.'ber A Herald representative yesterday afterucon imd an interesting Inter- view.with w. P. Bull. 1C.C. of Toronto, head of the iirm of Bull, HolliHs WilBon of that city, and alao head of fi. H. Dull Son, of the 'Brflmpton Jersey Herd. From Mr, Bull we are pleased to learn that hlu herd had secured four-firths of the awards at the Toronto Exhibition' in competition with Sir William Macken- zie: and also that fifty head of Cramp ton Jerseys now In New Westminster will be; in Lethbridge during the Dry Farming, Congress. With'Mr. Bull is Robert M. Helm of.Lancaster, England, who has been in Canada before and who is familiar to.; Canadians, ,hls wife having been tlio eldest daughter of the late Rev JUgertoii It. Young, the famous 'mles lonary v, bo opened up the disti ict north; of Winnipeg almost Ilfty years ago, and who-later as an author and oh the lecture, platform did so inuch around tiie world and in Great Britain to advertise Canada. Mr. WBon "Mattocks d noted i nglish landscape artist, also accompanies Mr Bull Tho paitv the Hon A J Mc- Leiu usited and carefully inspected both the Dominion experimental farm Mr. Bull, said. Mr. Fail-field had done phenomenal work, and also the Provincial jail. The visitors were enthusiastic in their appreciation of the manner'In which Mr. McLean is practically leading the civilized world in the handling and treatment of pris- oners. In fact, said Mr. Bull." Archie Mi-Leah IB a progressive and success ful former arid rancher, and I have never seen a good fanner who was not a good all round man. Another example of this, Mr. Bull said, is that Alherta is fortunate in having ae its Minister of .Agriculture a man like Hon Duncan who not only: knows but loves pedigreed stock and i whose ''efforts to improve the calibre i of live stock throughout the province; ie greatly in evidence in so districts. Praises Lethbridge Industries Speaking of Lothbridge, Sin Helme i and Mr. Bull paid- special compliment j to the city's geueiil piogregshc ap- pearance mentioning sreclal'j the j enterprise of our Imbed along the lines that should be adopted by western towns, thiit la to say they are Industries which nntnr- ali> belong to the district Tor ample, said Bull, I have gone carefully into the origin and develop mem .of such Industries as the brickyard, "brewery, sash am factory, the. Letftbridge Iron Works, among-.others'and-find tha their all been of sue ccRsfiil'and steady growth and devel opmenl, carrying.the city with them and catering to your citizens and sur rounding country, Inspocttd Ranches The paity spent a. daj inspecting the lanching dlitrict north east the citj wheie Mi Bull IB Interested in u large Asked as to the fuTther'developraent of this ranch, in said that Ehorth he honed to have the matter but that in the meantime uiB people nere spending a luge amount in in duatdal; development at Red Deer where are nott erecting not only the also an imple ment iron working plant and a. f net on to manufacture plasmon, a bj product of milk these being industries thit natmallj belong tc the Red -Deer district, Bull and his part} motored up wards of one hundred miles, and Mr Ingrain and Mr'.-and Mrs. U. Kelson of this citj', .accompanied them. You are to be congratulated. Mr. Bull said, in attracting to your city.th-a Kelsons Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butt, Mrs. Kel- son a parents reside in Laugport House.- at Weston-Super-Mare, which s one of the most beautiful homes Jn the south west oC England aiid also one of .the most hospitable. Its host. Butt, is a .very ardent Imperialist and more enthusiastic about Canada than most Canadians. The two beat trophies ever given in Canada were the Silver Challenge Cups presented for shooting and bowling thig year by Mrs. Kelson's father Mr. Mawson Mattocks is installing ;i large nursery plant and greenhouses In ti number of points :with a large creage at Red Deer where his head- quarters vail be; At this point Mr. Bull looked at his watch and stated that he Mat. foi a dinnei ap- pointment hie cousin, Mrs Hei tion and albo tne taot tba1 the bert Skeith of this citj--and so an in orltige imlustri-cb like those at Red" teiestiug and profitable mtaniew end were in their judgment estah ed JOHN B. SNEED FINISHES WORK HAVING SHOT THJE ELDER BOYCE HE ALSO SHOOTS THE SON Amarillo. Beall Sneed; Amarlllo bank- er, who shot and'-killed Cflpt. A. G. Boyce, at February 14 la-it ifteinoon shct and. killtd Albert son oi Captain j P0'1" m lijt JUIIPI but Bojce j a oi prejudice and passion The killing took place in front of j will not repeated, the First Methodist .Church here.! Canada, he .said, wants wider mar- Sneed was diagui.Bed as a farmer. tets for her farm products. Such ttemuu overalls beard and can jiug j lnot trps as iuth the trusts1 ii double _ One load was fired thiough Boyce s bodj at close range. Yesterday's killing.vms a tragic cli- max to a series of .startling --events, T.'hich began -when- Al1 J3oyco eloped with Mrs. Lena Sueed, wife of the slayer last winter noi the Ftcal HAS G.T.P.BOUGHT YUKON RAILWAY? .InueiiU, Alaska. Sept. is "re- Iiorted that the White Pass and Tu- Ijon Hailway, operated between Skat, way, Alaska, White Pass and Yukon territory. 140 miles, has 'been Hold to the Grand svst-am. actual transfer will take plade January 1, THIS. The deal is said to have been negotiated by W. B. Close, brChlcaga, who Is now in the north .The G. T. P. has always declared its purpose to build a branch of Ihe transcontinental main line north to White Horse and Dawson. Chas. Dusling and Geu. MeGiirry HUGHES MAKES PROMISE .SPEAKS AS MEMBER OF GOVERN- MENT AT LAUNCHING OF THE AUDACIOUS Ldmlon; Sept. Sam Hughes made a characteristic, utterance at the launching of the Audacious ou Satur- day. he said, "you in this Christian JUKI wholly civilized country have to guard against those who would vio- late law and order, why should we not expect to find n similar spirit dis- played among the nations of earth'' Do not look for petice in this world until we are prepared to hold our own have admitted an attempt to set fire that world. Therefore, as a j Canadian holding a ijoeiiion in the I say that when the Mother land is in trouble, the colonies will be at her back." (Cheers.) There Is one regret 1 have today, Col. Hughes continued. "This splen- to the residence of their employer, W E. C'oJber. of Norfolk county. 'Tlicv were intoxicated DRINK HABIT CURED Perfectly in Three Pays injury to Hctttth Failures Call an OF THE NEAL INSTITUTE 820 13th Ave, W. Phone 44526 PAL6ARV, ALTA. and "Givc'ns a wider marvel" float- ed in Hie Mv. .1. 0- Mous- acau, M.I..A. for Soulangos, t-fie or- ganizer of ilcmonstratron rtn Sat- urday, said reciprocity is the OUR! question which responds to ths inter- esi-s of the Canadian people." H is in f 1 the hcnrt-s of masses and is fear- J I cri hy the manuiacturers and ihe cap- iialisls. PAY THE i INCOME TAX London, collectors in London ;irc having a hard time I with a woman doctor, Mrs. Mark Mills, wlm refuses to pay invomc lax because she has no vote. Several limes when she refused to pay taxes on laiul the revenue ofiicials distrain- j ,cd on her fiiiniture. She has with a similar prcceiluvc jthis year, has a solicitor! ;uho it, is .said, will an action- illegal execution if tSie furniture I is sold. 1 The authorities Infl 1-cr alone for a while nnd tried lo rolled from licr inishand i us tend. Tlii1 laMrr is a leachpr in ;i London schc-ol and he is unalile In pny. Ti.e in t tur.s ;ii'u in ft SOMETHING FOR LETHMIDGE 410 FIFTH STREET, SOUTH Where only White li employed, (trlctly up t3 d.'t" COOKING UNSURPASSED MEAL8-AT ALL HOURS 'I lie Grill rills a long fell In Letbbildge Give It t Trial Spttlllly Preptrtd far FamlllM Partici and Banquetl For. Telfphont M4 MAGRATH FAIR TOMORROW Magrsuh, September H the preparations' fill 'fair; to he held at the exhibition lialk next lueeday and Wednesday Mil be com Dieted bv Monda) lllld on Morning the entries will ba plai-ejl and evtTjthing will be put In leadl ness for the afternoon, when a crowd IB to be in dttend ance SecicUn Matkln is pleased uith the numbet of entiles that are being raide and he looks for the beat exhibition in the hUton of Viagrith gans of men and teams aie bhsT constructing peni and ad tlitional ecniipment u being mBtalied in the poultrj bulldinjr HeathirBhan and Philllos have taudly offered the of their mammotli stock tent, tthleh will hold at leaat horses 1 Iva Women s Institute will have a rest room on (he grounds, and all iadiea aie welcome to enjoj this much '_ accommodation I he dlieetois are working luid to5" make the fair H succesi, and it !i lo lz hoped ihe favorable, this goes a long was tonardi making a 1'air.a succeaB. Some evcftllelit >ili be put on The first dav will be, ditatcd to athletic events, and a baseball game between Clrdstou ana Magrajh On Wednesday the races mil be pulled off and fiom present theie -vlll be some fsst horset on theii track Not alone will local horue i be seen, but Kinsej's fron1 Havmoiid, and a bunch of gpeedfera fiom Mediclut Hut and other points are expected in on Monday. v NEW CONCRETE SIDE WALKS PINCHER CREEK GOING IN FOR STAFF FOR WlNTfeR' Pinchci Creek Seit an other feature of the ment s and additions now going on in Eincher Creek will be.tho new con- crete sidewalks. The Forest. :City Constructing Cnmpam of London, Ont., have secured: th-a contract for this work at the sum'of and a start was mada on -Friday morniiiR, and it is hoped rapid progress will be w th the stme Ihe proposed The Poet Laureates Spasm on Ulster London, Sept 14 illikffi Watson, the poet takes up ciidgel for Ul- sUr verbiiB Home His work entitled, 'WaterB ap-% in the London Times this mom- lag and runs as follows: What is the wage the faithful earn' AVhat is a recompense fair and meet Irample then fealt undei vour Ceet, That is a fitting and just return Flout them buffet them, ei them ride. Fling'..them aside. UJbter Is ouifl to mock and ipuin, ne% naiks will urn the whole length' Ouia to spit upon ouu to deride of the main ami when com- pleted will see one of the finest im- provements In-the town, for some con- siderable time School Board A. meeting of school man- agers was held on Monday, :wberi Mr. t. R. Ferguson, of Ontario, a graduate oC McMaster University, was apppir.t- id prlucipal of the school in the place of Mr. Liggett. Mr; Beddome ap- pointed assistant principal, ami Miaa jVIariou White, daughter of Mr. Thbs White, of this teacher. .This school holds a splendid record.: for inssiug pupils, and this year 6X per cent, were successful in passing the required examination. PELLETIER WILL STAY ON JOB DENIES RUMOR THAT HE IS ANX- IOUS TO GIVE UP CABTNET HONORS ship has been launched, hut the British taxpayer alone Toots tlis bill. My regret is Canadians, as well as Australians.New and South Africans, are not joining Hand in hand with the Motherland In'shuriiir the 'bill. (Chners.) Pessimists." fhe Colonel went on to say. "say that the Empire and the colonies cannot hold together. They are wrong. Sonva' j claim that the old British Empire and Hon- IlaMn' Quebec, Sept. The banquet giv en to the IJon. L. P. I'ellctier, post master-general, bv the mayor of Lev is and the Conservatives of the coun- ty on -Sat urday night, was urn- oft lie most successful given a public man in this district. The banquet was at- tended hv some 375 guests. Two of the postmaster general's .fellow cab- inet members were present, I Ion. Dr. The going down. I havn knocked j was presided ,ovc.c by.- Mayor j around a good deal, and, to use a Can- adian expression. I find a good deal i of vi-rllity in the oM land yet. W-a havo just witnessed the splendid man. j ocuvres of the troops, and f want to tell yen they are just as stem and nigged as in tlie days of Wellington nnd (he Crimea. The .Kid '.stock, whether at, home or in the colonies, will always be found ready." (Cheers.1 Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Works says ccllfc-j you AND NEEDS, Preps Importers cf Scotch Gr.inltc Slh St. s.. Avo. BY OETTINC OUR PRICES WESTERN GRAIN .Port WIHtera, Out., SHIPMENTS Sept. Re- ports of Acting Grain Inspector F. Sims, for tile crop year from Septem- ber 1, J9U, -to August SI, 1912, shows that over bushels of grain passed through the elevators at the head of the lakes, nnd also shows an increase of over ;to.000.000 bushels ov- er (ho amount thst earae Into the ele- vators during the preceding fwflve months. liimos S. has jiiil left riiiii; with liw and two white men on a three or fnur jiKUitlin' trip to laj out Indian reserves at Albany and Aloom- l-'actory. And let it he known and blazoned That this Is the wagt> the fnlttful enni Did she uphold us, others defied' Then fling her. aside. Oh1 Whon ooaatancy firm Been en oft j et held so cheap Shi had onl> ask-d that none should. sever iNoue should diion r ns nothine diilde She onl; asked 1o be OIIP And this was denied. Ihlc me piajer of the heait of Uistei To them that ipntilsed hei, And rlmig her aside. When in the norld such pjjnient lendereil foi indeied' Her failh hud been Her love had been ti'iiii. And all thlt ahe benged with. to abide piofr red In boundless store. But tint is i thing men no more And sins it buck In-hor They cried: "Let.us open the door, And fling her outside.' Vi heie on the eaith the like of it Done in the gaze of the Sm had pleaded prajed to count d Stil! as one of out household through, blood mil ill And wlih scorii. they, replied, leered at hei lojRlt) trod on her priilj Spumed hei repulsed her Great Ulster; flung her aside. SIR WILFRID STARTS ON TOUR Ottawa, Sept. Wilfrid Lati- rler, accompanied by Hon.- Geo. P; Graham, Hon. Rndolphe Lemleux, Hon. Charles .Murphy, Hon. W. L. -Mackenzie King, a'ud F. F. Pardee, M.P., will leave here tonight for Stur- geon Falle, where Sir Wilfrid's On- tour will open on Tuesday Icrnoou. Hernier of l.cvis. Turning to predictions, Mr. Pelhilier said somt! of their, had been busy with his political disposi- tion, even going so far to prophc-j sy his political death or resignation. Horden had refused lo accept his re-1 Or. John'Mead Adams, who foi signation, even going so far as to of- i years held the chair of physics for to administer the postoilicc de-! at the Occidental College at Los An- jiaitnu'nt iinnseM. IIKS j geies, Cai., has liLeepifu a chrtu Ir given m? a renewal of rny tjucen's t'niversity.at Kingston. said Mr. 1'elletier, "and I will stay at my post and continue my work." The .Jive-year-old son of Kr dridge, of Wiartonj was drowned. Why send out of town (Jet your VULCANIZING at home by D. E. MacDonald EXPKKT LOCKSMITH Rear Sporlltifl Goods Old Stand GUNSMITH 412-5th St. S., Pllilli 1012 ;