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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Baturday, September 20, 1013 THE LETHBUrnfiE DAILY HERALD Page 5 OSHAWA (iAS PLANT A -MASS OF FLAMKS e the Bodjr-Bu'ddln; Power of hai been to be from 10 to 20 iho amount Uken. LAWS GOVERNING TENANTS Birmingham, Bng., Sept. of tbo tenant to the value of an amount equal to Iho value- oil rented farm lands, advanced .13! OTIC loluticn of the problem of part- lifrihip In ajriculturo laud- lord in in address by Sir Richard A. Paget, the British Msoclitloii today. While S.r Wdmrd'a addrces dealt with RrslUh he dlKUiacd ebo the S.TA- U-ra of farrnVflg on aharefl as as'its ID Cm ad i and the United this lyeUm gate CD. opcnlnj 2or caDltil acfi enabled the farnver to operate without CApital of his own, be eaia U hid objection that tho landlord vru only intereeled In the ol the not in the cost ot producJag tt, Ibe CMI of labor on the tenant. Thus' the inter- of the par were not Identical .ted the rvoXeiQ did not lend to ea- mbit InU-r-Blve uc.Lure. Byittm" contlnuwl the "would appear to 2 lness partnerBhlp 'whereiEi the land- lord Invests the land, the teuuit inphllQ the tenant would rccoive tho re- maining four-sevenths of the profits; Sir Richard eald that amoag other benefiis, ho believed "such a system would make agrlcuHure au comparable wl'Ji olber Industries to encourage commercial methods, .the keeping of proper accounts, and more ftclentifio methods; to jivo the agrl culturlst the advantage of belter cre- dits and cheaper raonv, bu thc as sociation of the landlord's crtdlt with that of the fanner; to encourage lar.dtorda and other capitalists lo In vest in agriculture; lo enable (rained farmers to start farming out capital of their "own, an'd'to gho them an opportunity to invest their savings In their farms; to facilitate systematic proft-aharing with laborers on farms and to give landlords a Lus Incfis Interest In their farina. JUDGES WHO 'WILL DECiDE SULZEH'S FATE HI 1ME THANKSGIVING FOR BOUNTEOUS REAPING WILL BE THEME OF THE DAY The explosion of a boiler in the gas plant snuffed out the life of Thomas Boukley and seriously injured Daniel Anderson. The loss is Canada Attractive Field for Em- New Par- liament Buildings ural ard climatic condition to bo the great oily of the north. U is fortunate that, though she !s or the north, the wfners are aot so rigorous as lhe "ivla- ters of big ciiles further eaat. "With three trsnicontinental rail- ways and a great river, with fuel for Edmonton, Alia., Sept. Innumeabte manufacturers under the spirit of progress and enterprise and j materialism of life in the west 1ms not cohered or obscured the desire aod habit ol the Canadian to make liOEiie homelike and beautiful. The pretty residences that one sees in tuch great numbers have All the pleas- The at the Cilafcf will It o! A very special tharacter en Sun- day anJ'.Monday, Harvest rejoicings being tfcp order of tfcr day. The interior of the Citadel baa I pen very taste-fully decorated with sheaves of grain, flowers. Emit and vegetables with a profusion and abm- dance ivtll correspondiug with Koulh- ein Alberta's splendid crops. At the morning service at 11 a.m. Tutle deliver au ad- dreis on the lest ''They that sow I in teais shall ieap in low. He that] goeth forth and weepeth, learm.? pie-1 cious seed, shall doubtless come ajain with re'uicing, brmgfr.g fcis -sheaves with him." I'salm At 3 p. m. the Citadel Sunday Ecr.ool will give a Harvest Thanks- giving service ol song, entitled "Can- ada's Dountilul and in the .evening Mrs. Ikigadter Hunter will deliver an appropriate address on the Eubiect, "Harvests.1' Heave's Tood FOR INFANTS 111 Irlag Tear The First dcn. He d If one On Mondajr a enter- tainment will be given tnt.tltd "The Prodigal Son up to date" tableau solos, special music. Admis- sion free- f- uAiuKu me Mr- (ius XcMEg will sell by suction charm of a palare In miniature." i a11 thc have collect- the bor.sitst fco> I Lave ertrn J KfiTe'ss Food ii io'-il la t !b. ilrtlrM MOTKERS-Wtile today Ncire'i ?ood copy of ourLookHlJIinUAboat Ribf.tolhe EDWIN UTLEY. U Frool ZW. TORONTO. ikii teltr.) 3 9A J. R. WEAVE ft CO.. alter the coacert. Everybody ii invit- ed to attend thtst evicts. found a eurpriM awaiting htm when be got home luit night. was Itf wtfs iraa Judge. The trial ol thft 168 mlntrs ed at Xanairno, H. C., during ed at the Citadel on ilonday evening riots will stirl next rauEl fce, lor raany years, the most of the-clfy, there is a. com- A SeHsfac'ory Solution is I'-ie last time that I I.Ehall call for my I was j-jst begii nine to foe annoyed about lhe matter." LeHfre.'- :n- attractive field [or tie said Sir Gilbert Parter. novelist and member for Graveser.d In thc Ilrlltsu teen yeirs ago. blnallon of elements which cannot fail lo Jusllfy tie fallli of those who stak- ed BO touch in Edtr.onlon ten or flf- CUDDEHACK. At the approaching Impeachment ol Governor Sulzer, the leading Court of Appeal will sit in conjunction with the" Senate.Herewiih are two prominent members of the New York bar. IT is as important lo be'well corseted as it is to be well gowned. A poor corn! will spoil the appearance of even the but fitting gown, whcreai a a la Grace Corset will tet it off lo tke utmost possible Ad- vantage. CORSETS lend lo the figure (hat youth' ful, Ji-vple apptfawncc lhat is the charm of this year's modes. 693 and 575 ate juilfthle for girJi'ih For medium figmcj, we recom- mend Models 705 and 727, 666 and 777- are beil fully developed figures, There is a complete range of each model. HOUEC of Parliament, in Edmonton on Sepember IE, be conlnued, "I should, !tfce to see, if it must be, luv migration from (he United' Kingdom j distribute Uover all (he portions of the King's dominions, which need farmers, artlzaas and laborers. "Ilut Canada, because it has be- come covered wHL a network of rail- ways ivhlch facilitates internal trans- port so prodigiously, by its increasing population, .by Us consfant'-yearty sur- plus in the treasury, and above all by its nearness to Great Britain, offers a field Tdth which no oiher tiorainipn can successfully compete., "I should like to see. us rijave point- cil out in the Hrlilsh Parliament for years, (he British government co-oper- ate with (he Canadian government in: organising Immigration, Epecial provision that the best clnES of Knglish settleis, like the 'ei-airay, the ex-nnvy and ex-volunteer eoldler and sailor, could setlic where they would of most service to the empire in time of danger, Written Colombia, for nstancc, must forever be a strategic errjtory for any possible operations n time ol war. "War Is a ihins which every, sane nan abhors, but. which no sane and oyal man will shirk when the integ- rity of the nation si in peril. 'ore Canada, though she build, up her ndu.6lri.js and absorb" great jioyula- Moris from" below the 411th parallel of .atitnde, from Europe CT from the j British Isles, must remember that the world Is not EO civilized and peace- i ,ovmf< thc component yarts of the j British Krhprre, nr.tl when any portion of that Empire 1s at war. whether it be England, or Australia, or New Zea- .nml, or South Canada, the Empire la at war. though none may bo compelled to take part in tlie war they cnoose." Sir Oilhcrt attended the opening of the provincial legislature 'on his ar- rival here, occupying a seat beside Mrs. Slflon, wife nf lhe premier. Af- terward he inspected the prtTliarntiit r lldlngE, recently .completed at a cost of He said that thc location Is as impressive as the site- of lhe Parliament buildings at Olta? adding: I know of no entrance hall and staircase, and approach to a legisla- tive chamber, outside of Westminster, more beautiful, or indeed EO beautiful, r.s tho entrance hali and staircase to thn Parliament buildings here. Ed- monton and the province ought to be proud of the imposing, and yet not distinction, of It all." Sir Oilbcrt visile.) Edmonton eight yoars ago. meeting at liiat (imc with Earl Grey, gnvftrnor-gerseral of Can- ada, anrt Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr, premier of the Dominion. a circum- stance, lie he wag prevenl- ed from Lenefiting In what he consid- ered on extraordinary degree uy that "I notice with delight the happy, homes of Albertan people. It strikes one most pleasantly to find that the Unnecessary "You ought to brace up and show your wife who Is running things at your house." "It Un'i necessary, fehe Houston Poat. you'd lilfc io all thc new a la Crcce models, frffc fcr free ttylc CROMPTON CORSET COMPANY, LIMITED TORONTO FIVE ROSES COOK BOOK 'RtG.'STEHCO previous vlstl. lie was at that lime offered a piece of propeily which TIB contemplated niTVehaslnKc, and on liis return lo rTdmonloii on tills occasion ho found thai he could not buy lhe pame properly for ten Inmcs Ihen value. j "From that he added, "It may be gathered what 1 think of Edmou-' ton property." I "Twenty years from now. If they rlon'l 'al present, the people ol Kd-: monton will rcr.ngnir.e vrhat Heaven j has dor.e foi.tho city In the uay of a I Tliis nn Ideal for a i eity, and 1 regard now even more than I did Ihal Pdmonlon (9 a city destined by ovcrj- nni. ive Roses Flour' NOT BLEACHED NOT BLENDED Five Roses Cook Book BREAD, PASTRY, ETC. Just published, Is nn authorilv that win.simplify lhe duties of tiic housewife, anil that no vycll regulalet! household EhoulO be without. It Is a manual'of goad Kcipcs, dealing xvKh almost every, article of loot! In "n-liich flour is used. -To Ihls most'usoful book successful, users of flVB ROSES FLOUH tbrougliout Canada conlrlhuted, and every re- cipe Is defined In clear and fitmyle lEinguage that can be readily understood and easily applied. The book lUelf is a typographical neatness, printed on superior paper, with contents arranged In a most convenient manner. Tho pages, of which there arc 144, are brightened with a Judtcioua assortment of illus- Uattons from blacfc and, white sketches, and have a most complete indox. The book is bound neatly and strongly and has good, lasting Qualities. All the contributions irere unsolicited and constitute a remarkable tribute to the excellency and the Dominion wide of FIVE ROSES FLOUH. It is the wish ot the Like of Woods Milling Com- pany that ari far as possible tho Cook Cook should C-___a way into every Western homo. Tho supply, however, IB necessarily limited, and It will be well.to lose no time In sending In requests. In order to thc distribution and lo handle the correspondence promptly and efficiently the attached coupon must be properly tilled out and lo cents in silver or stamps duly enclosed for.postngo and the address should be Director of Publicity LAKE OF THE WOODS, MILLING COMPANY, LIMITED. WINNIPEG, MAW. COUPON for the FIVE EOSES COOK BOOK A Wrlto and Address plainly. Enclose (en cents in stamps or sSlrer for postage.; t Name........................................ Strett and Cllj; and Provlncfl Name ot Rnilv I North Lethbridge Co-operative Society Statement For Quarter Ending' July 31st, 1913 Merchandise Account. April 21. To stock on hand per inventory July 31. To purchased........... To freight pild by B. Kent 1 Co. 17.10 To grois profit................ By cash saies................. By customers' accounts........ By goods returned to dealera.. 1 Stock on har.d per inventory... 60.73 April 21. July 31. Profit and Lots Account. To balance from East quarter... 310.25 Interest and discount.......... 2.80 Gross profit By general Sundry debtors................ Net profit..................... W. R. Hoyle..... Customers1 accounts.. t 935.30 .732.52 BALANCE SHEET Anetc, Cash on 3S.OS Furniture and fixtures................................. 941.30 Stock on hand Suspense account..................................... 8.55 Protested cheque of Sprlngbank Nurseries, presented by 2S.5? Liabilities. Bank overdraft........................................ I 14S.4I Shire capital Interest on capital..................................... 65.00 Dividend Account 250.83 GUI Neldlg, awning................................... 18.00 Ames Heldcn Co.'................................... SOS.40 Amherst Central Shoe Co----'.......................... 79.10 P. Bums A Co....................................... 4C.52 Campbell, Wllion Home........................... 621.49 Elliion Milling Co................................... J6.I5 Empress Manufacturing Co............................ 84.00 Cowans, Kent Co.................................... 79.15 Greene, Swift Ltd.................................... S5.40 Imperial Oil Co........................................ 12.46 Johnscri Bros........................................ 86.Eft Lethbridge Creamery.................................. 90.60 A. Macdonald Co...................................... 591.76 E. Marks t Co...................................... 13.80 L, Moore, 40.00 McCorrnCck Manufacturing 46.59 Plunkett 4 Savagt 37 50 Prairie City Oil Co.................................... 5.90 Peabodys........................................... D. S, Perrln.......................................... Scott Fruit Co. 87.40 Swift Canadian Co...................................... 219.49 Stobart 506.30 Taylor Milling Co..................................... 727.35 Jno, Vlttuccl C6, 64.35 Western Canada Agency.............................. Suspsnie Net profit............................................. 732.22 emitted Correct, D, A. SMITH, Auditor. List of Beard Mtmberi and attended. President. L. ot..........14 Vlce-Pres. J. T. English......... 7.......... ..........14 Treasurer. J. Wyll...............13.......... Mtmber. 0, Hargravei......... 6.......... ..........14 M. Logan.............13.......... ..........14 S. Begolla 3.......... ..........14 J. Finnic.............M.......... ..........M R. Milfen............10.......... Thus, I M J. PetrunYv... H rJew shareholders durfng quarter.................18 for 61 shartt''- Shareholders withdrawn during quarter...........2 for tharn ;