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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LimrnmnGE HATLY Monday. SciilomlMtr 1912 ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR It is poor policy to purcluise low grade flour. flour like Ibis that can be relied on to Slve all those delicious -qualities to your baking that makes housekeeping a success ami a joy. Use it once and you will use It for good. START TODAY Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH WANT THE YEAR TO BE OF AN EQUAL DIVISION international Congress o Chambers of Commerce of the World Boston, Sept. in- dustrial, judicial, and civic subjects o( far-reaching interest will lie dis-_ cussed by delegates llom Bl! 'Kllts the world who will assemble in Bos- this week for the session ol the tou this wee or e s lhl, jpsjmi.inty fitih International Congress oi the j [m.mity oi action numbers oi Commerce. Folly tor- bitrat justice for suits between indi- viduals and foreign states the uni- fication'oi legislation relating to cheques international postal reforms in view of the next conference of tin .universal postal union in 18U com- mercial statistics, and the immediate institution of an international ollicc the desirability of an international conference upon the validation o! tbrough-order-nolilicalion hills ol lad- ing and oi foreign and 'other means ior making the system move eflectivu; the desirability oi international uni- n in th- matter of Fine with CjQ FisU SEPTEMBER SNOW STQRMJS HERE FINE WEATHER WILL THRESHING WILL.NOT BE DE- LAYED MUCH this snow storm will de- SALARY IS NOT LARGE ENOUGH DOUBTFUL IF CHIEF OF POLICE CAN BE GOT AT A SALARY OF 51800 eign countries including Russia and ke'itrnl Central and South American Republics never before represented will have a part in the congress. Sev-' umired delegates of national and international and nearly ill leaders in the 'commercial life oi their home cities, will attend- Pro- grams for llu'ir use have been 'prepar- ed in sixteen languages and taken on all discussions will be transcribed in many tongues. The lirst three days ot the congress which will open Tuesday, ami con- tinue through Saturday will tc de- voted to business, the latter part oi the week to local sightseeing., niter which a tour to nearly a score oi cit- ies will begin. Clmrles Nagcl, secre- tary of the Department oi Commerce and Labor, will represent the United fan Lethbridge get a chiei HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Officially Recognized Official recognition was extended to the Boston Cougri-ss by n resolution o! congress, liiuler this resolution the United States sent invitations to the governments of the world. Appropriations totalling have been made by the state ot Mass- achusetts, the city of Boston and in- dividuals, ior tbe entertainment oi the visitors. Starting on Sept. 30th, the torcten delegates will visit Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Phil- adelphia, Washington, and New York. On Oct. .20th part will sail ior home j from New York. The lirst session of line congress was held at Liege, Bel- STREET RAILWAY FOR BASSANO SYNDICATE ARE INVESTIGATING POSSIBIL- ITIES OF PROJECT states on the opening day and deliver an address oi welcome, on Thursday evening President. will and "Tail Kium, in 1905. was at Milan, oh J week n is not unexpected, Probably th and will clear the atmosphere so that j be the stamp should several weeks' fine ahreshing eatlier once it is that is what iiayor will be the speaker at the congress banquet. fixed Day For Easier The establishment of. a fixed day previously discussed by "Slurrai is in the farm for taster, previousu uibcusat.ii u, least tnai is mun Hatch j the congress will he among the mat- is ovei I thinks about it. Ho believes that they The congress at Mil- cijv I will have to oner an initial salary oi an m lilOB disclosed a wide range ol Sidine; and'at least with promises oi opinion on tile subject. The iroin wet through the simple reason that the salary of- fered is too low to attract the type mcrcial bearuiL's of the certain holi- days will be recurred to and more definite views on.long agitated calen- dar reforms will be heard.'Special in- In 1900 the meeting; Italy in 1908 at Prague, Austria, and in 1910 at Lon- don. The Membership The membership includes commer- cial and industrial organizations oi all nations. Delegates to the biennial congress are of two classes The official delegates designated by the respective nations, and those appoint- ed by business organizations affiliated with the congress. The Boston Chamber ol Commerce under whose auspices the present in- ternational is held is said to be the largest commercial orgaiiiza- Amcrica. It has nearly lerea IS tOO IU ual lelunna "in UL the poshion oe_ indicated in the proposition ads" for a calendar year oi.precisely equal members. The foreign representation by coun- tries is as follows Argentine Re- Hun- affi worth sneaking btorm The but be looks ior the weather to l-pidlv so that it will be no i than the ordinary rain storm. Air Alurtav and j and Sergeant Crowe since last Fri- day the week, made, possible by with tbe field. The .lay when the police committee set j establishing New Years as a day out- is well satisneu v. in the ittirial salarj. at They do slde. the regular cycle of and gram is, ol especially good j Jamiat? first. 58 Japan 5 Mexico 3 Sorway 17; though will Calgary. Sept. his assoc- iates, R. B. Bennett. K.C., .M.P., U now investigatiiiE the possibilities ot Uas- aano for street railroad purposes, and it Is stated that the syndicate for Sir. Bennett is noting will short- ly make a tentative proposition to the Bnaeano city council for supplying that town with a street railway and also with a light and power plant which will undertake to llsht the town with electricity and sell power for manufacturing purposes. -Wo are investigating the proposi- tion there as we are at Medicine Hat" stated Jlr. Bennett on Friday, "but there is nothing definite to announce at the present time. We are merely looking into the matter as a business proposition, purely and simply.'' It the proposition of Mr. Bennett and his associates is accepted. Bns- sano will not only have a street rail- way to serve the needs of the town, but the road will also run out into the country tapping a rich agricultural section tributary to Bassano. and will do much to build up the entire section through which it passes from Bassano to Red Deer river. mads. for a calendar year ol.precisen equal lines is as Chief Cuddy oi Calzary, lias been division and sub-divisions, with each; public 2 France 19 Austria Hu on communication with Black da o[ tllc always the same Sary 44; -French Colonies (Alpei uuiland Sergeant Crowe since last Fri- day oi tllc ,veck, made; possible by 2 Germany SR Hungary 4-; liree 2 Germany SR; Hungary 22 Greece is'; Be'giurn Guatemala 2 Bra- zil 7- Holland 6; Honduras 2; Italy ihp rank stran vrou ea belief He expects to ttaesb in the j then, E_ chance to blossom out as neighborhood of vear. 50IJO bushels this Tl ere is plenty oi moisture in the ground 'now to make good conditions for tbe winter wheat which has been sown. I have about 50 acres which it is coming along nicely." Quite a large acreage oi is being sown in the a salary oi S35UO per annum was at- oJbjects will be presented in j Panama 2 Peru 5 Portugal a communication trom Louis Canon- j Roiimania 16 Russia S; Ii I of Mons, President of the (Switzerland Congress. The cost of living and land 61 1 Australia Bahamas Canada 12 India a; Zealand Scot- Fisher I land 8 South. Africa 3; Tasmania 2; chief oi police. Sergeant Cooper oi Calgary, visited tie city on Saturday to interview tliej desirability of an- international con-: 2 civic authorities on the matter. lie fercnce on the subject will be advanc-'i Ireland 3 came down on the understanding that ed in a report-by Prof. Irvin AWARDS AT MUSICAL FETE Cardsum, fcVpl. second night of the musical festival In con- nection with Ul.u fail fair of the Agri- cultural Soek'ly proved complete success. Competition was keen in some of the classes, ami the adjudica- tor hail a vtry delicate lask to per- I'orm. The winners in the various contests are aa follows: Soprano LeadbelUn-, Car- dsK'U. Six hand Ladies duet--.Miss Myrtle Gibb and Miss IClva Heap, Magrath. Junior piano I'arrell, Ulemvood. Junior vocal Ladies' Mrs. Al- ston, '.he leader, was awarded the handsome association shield. Male Krauk Layne, the conductor, given Oddfel- lows' shield. Ladies Taylor, Mrs. Lamb, Miss Heap and .Mrs. Wood, Ma grath. Sunday school giver the beautiful retail clerks' sliield. Class B Prize merchants' cup. At the conclusion of the festival the adjudicators, -Mr. Jamiesou, o Lethbridge, and Mr. Nye, of the Knight Academy, Kaymond, wore call- ed upon for solos and speeches. Mr. Jamieson made some Haltering com- ments on the excellency o! the sins- lug and instrumental work of the various contestants, and pointed out defects that may be overcome by fol- lowing better methods. Me was de- lighted to meet the people of the south and gain an insight into what thcv were doing in a musical way. Mr. Jamieson brought down the house with his splendid rendering of two pieces "Mother o' by Tours, be- ing well received. Mr. N'ye did not sins, on account of his not having any music with him, but be made a few timely comments on the Cardston festival and its fine work. GOOD LOOKS arc o He n ii niiUlor I hem out. Very IVw. persons look cqiiiillv in every position. Wo make it a point to I'osn all Hitters until we obtain the posi- tion in which they look thoir best. TISE J 3rd Ave. Beside Baptist Church STANDING OF THE FIEiMATTERIES HOW THE EASTERN CORPS ;CAME STANDINGS OTTAWA WAS FIRST Attractive Babies at Cardston BULL MOOSE HAS THEM GUESSING (Continued from front page) ii Yale University. Other "subjects Chile 8 China 8 Cuba 1 Ecuador to the position. When hebeirdj inr consideration are The establish-! 2 Turkey-Europe S Asia 5 Africa that S1SOO was all that was being' vinter i offered he went back to Calgary winter oere e wen ar Wilson is setting more there. The police committee also heard from Inspector Holland o; Montreal, this morning. lie applied lor the po- sition, but wants He is .13 years oi age, has been 24 years with Siding district this fall, and the pros- pects are bright (or nest year. Tbe snowfall has been general ail over tbe south, there being two inch- es on the ground at Cardston. This years o, age, mis trill delav threshing operations ior at I the Montreal force, stands I, feft one lost a week but the'farmers expect inch, and weighs 240 pounds. Inspec- to be favored with several weeks oi tor Holland was rood weather afterwards. Positlu" at b A meeting oi the police committee Till be held some time today ii May- or Hatch can get them together. H is likely that the matter will be de-j finitely settled at tbe postponed ittol-i ing of the counoi! tomorrow evening ol tor Holland was also an applicant for ment of an international court of ar-'l. VARSITY'S GROWTH 1100_PER' CENT FIFTH YEAR, SOON TO COMMENCE SHOWS FIGURES DEMONSTRAT- KILLED BY BOOTLEGGERS Collinsville, OMa., Sept. a Jllstol fight here last night, the second the officers have had with "Bootles- fTs" in as many days, Deputy Sheriff Carl Searre, of Rogers county, was l-ilied and Sheriff Sanders wae slight- ly wounded. Tbe Wo officers bad seized a wagon loaded with liquor and making their way to Colliasville ?vhen fired upon by three men. Soarre and Sanders returned tbe fire. After Searre was killed, Sand- ers, tboimh shot in the arm, over- powered one of the men who gave his name as John Ktier. and arrested V.m. The other is H. HoiTinan. un officer was kilted and Town Marshal Mnyberry was wounded when des- troying confiscated liquor near Caney, Ofcla.. Tfli'sday. This was also irlb-aled io "bootleggers." ING A SINCE TION SURPRISING PROGRESS INSTITUTION'S INCEP- KAISER'S .HEALTH POOR Genoa, Sept. is announced that Emperor William of Germany, and his daughter, the Vic- toria Louise, will spend part of the winter at a health' resort on the Italian Riviera. They will go there on account of the state of the Kaiser's health. A high official of the German court has arrived at Nervl to complete the necessary arrange- ments. i DANISH CREDIT SOCIETIES WORK K-dmonton, Sept. an en-! rollmeiit of approximately stud.- eats, with L'4 professors, and with I LARGEST LOAD THROUGH I greatly increased accommodation the! CANAL 55 YEARS AGO! Cnivereity of Alberta, on Thursday System Is Proving Great Success and _____ i Sept. y.. will open its fifth year. Has Big Surplus four years ago th, uniVcrsiiy i Sept soc. began business, having at that time of the Danish Cre- au enrollment of approximately j (iit societies is attracting widespread Item n Old Paper Told of Cargo of i Bushels of Wheat i AVelland, Sept. these, days] To Get White Swan Yeast Cakes 5f you can't get White Swan Yeast Cake-3 from our grocc-r. send your name and address, and we will oend free sample of White Swan Yeast Cakes and tell want grocer in your Town keeps IT. Swan S'.Jices Cereals, Limited. Toro-.ne Otu. 410-5th St. South Two doors N. Morris Theatre DOING A GOOD BUSINESS Tomorrow wo ;t specialty of Country Kri Spri ing Chicken FOR DINNER AFTERNOON TEAS OYSTERS ANY STYLE TRY IT of grain and one vessel takes through j the Welland Canal one hundred thous-' and bushels of grain, with arrange- ments made to enlarge the Canal so a vessel can carry twice as much, the following clipped from a paper fifty-six years ago. becomes an interesting item: j "I-arecst load through Wellaml j Canr.1. The line schooner, W. S. Xei- j son. Captain Samuel Patten, cleared j from the upper lakes May Hi, j for Oawego, -.f bushels ol i wheat, tbe larcest loud that has ever cleared for Oswego from the upper lakes in one vessel. Captain Patten Informs us that vessels gone feet four or five inches. One ves- the schooner Countess, Captain 1 I.indley, went through drawing ten feet six inches. The W. P. Nelson is 370 tens rcpieter, ISTli feet long, 2fl fwi beam and 11 feet :i inches hold. She is rigged as a fore and after. She owned by Messrs. Baldwin j Co. of Oswego. An improvement, in the Canadian cannl, which would ad- roit vessels of greater length and drawing more water, would add Im- mensely to the facilities of the lake and .St. Lawrence route to tho ocean Since the ms, i after grown by leaps and oouuds and Thurs I day the ifitli coniinonccs the hfth year- showing an increase of its of nearly llnu cent, in the ro of pupils, while the teaching staff grown four to 24, and a full riftuium of studies, enjoyed by sitiuenis of the older eastern will this year be possible to the student of the Alberta university. Great strides have been made in the -accommodation for the increasing numbers of students. Though not yet' completed. Assiniboin hall will soon be in readiness, and will provide ac- commodation practically double that afforded last year. The laboratory has I tion The system is worked on the co-operation "principle. A society of 'llle! It mints Its own in ,.ni daily requirements, been especially perfecteu, the library is found another excellent example of the advancement of the Theush it is as yet im- possible to ascertain definitely the number of resident students who will he in attendance at the opening, it is not feared that accommodation will j SHOT BY HIS CHUM j Port Arthur, Ont., Sept. i nanl finisser, aged 12, was shot in the back with a 22 calibre, rifle, by his chum, while playing at Shimlsh mine, und died soon be inadequate, as many of the last year students will not return for some weeks yet. Work on Assinibola hall is being rushed as fast as possible and ahmiM be completed within 30 days. The completion of this build- ing will solve tbe accommodation problem satisfactorily. The atntt this session will number several faces new to the college hulls and the course will from this date ho much more comprehensive than for- merly. money jointly, ley according to in tbe sha.no of on which interest and in- lents are to he paid with mort- gage security In fixed property, ,1111- der unlimited responsibility, am! with a reserve fund as an auxiliary sup- port. During recent years, the so- cieties have even arranged to give loans, which arc exempt from in- stallment payments. The bonds are put on the market in the usual way. and are subject to the ordinary fluctuations of the Stock Exchange. Until the organization of tbe societies, It was almost impos- sible to borrow money In Denmark, no matter what security was given, for there was scarcely any gold and silver in the country, and most of the trading was done in actual condi- tlons. The credit societies remedied this condition ami (he people who had money to loan were no longer afraid to part with it. strated that she can produce some, fine children, as well as Hue live stock. J. B. Rlrte's Jersey cow, Lena, took the milk test, with W. T. Passey's Blanche a close second. The test was made by the judge, W. S. Jacobs, at Ihmson, Alta., but the exact figures will not 'be anounced for a short time. Mr. Passey, however, was only beaten by a narrow margin. "The directors of the fair were put to a great deal of inconvenience' by the, non-delivery of tbe large tent from in which they pro- posed to houso the grains, grasses. and ladies and school work. The lent did not arrive, and thus tbe of- ficials were much agitated as to what provision could be made at such a late bcMir, so that the -exhibits could be displayed. The Immediately put a gang of men to work, and as if by magic. a very serviceable building wus built, and the problem was solved. All through the day some of Card- stems most attractive young ladies tagged everyone with whom they came in contact. The tag was self- explanatory, and read: "I'm tagged to help tbe Cardston district, exhibit at the Dry-Farming Congress. Our best j ad." The scheme was a sr'.endid sue- j cess, aim ;t c; u-'-'5 raised in this way. Altogether the fair passed off with- out a hitch. It was a perfect success, and was fortunately favored with bet- ter weather than of her neigh- bors. Raymond or Magrath. (See also Page Three.) OLD LINE PARTIES HAVE TO NAME MEN EQUAL TO OSCAR STRAUS A CRITICISED APPOINTMENT Xew York, Sept, week and until tbe Democratic State nom- ination the empire state is the storm centre ot the National campaign. In one t.him; the National in charge the Taft and VVoodrow Wil- son campaigns are agreed, and that is that it is incumbent to put a state gubernatorial candidate in the field who shall measure up to Oscar Straus, whose nomination was the dramatic feature oi the Bull Moose coiivontiou. Cnforltmalely ior this consummation neither Boss Barnes of the Republican State forces nor Boss Murphy oi Tammany Hall, show at present much disposition to get into line with tile aspirations oi their re- spective National committees. Damps indeed is willing to drop ex-Speaker Wadsworlh, close personal friend, 1 hough tllc latter is to be the chair- man oi tllc Republican State commit- tee and very possibly will support the candidature o! Dr. Butler, presi- dent of Columbia university at tbe Republican State convention which assembles at Saratoga next Wednes- day. It is said Mr. Tail has other views. On the other hand. Murphy has said ill just so many words that tin Democratic nominee when the State convention is held ai the open- oi next month will be Governor >ix-, and this notwithstanding the op- n rebuff till' latter received in person i week or two ago from Mr. Wilson. Ottawa, Sept. militia or- ders announce the results of artillery competition held during the summer j in all parts of Canada and including the shooting of eaeli battery at Petc- wavva. There were 30 batteries comprising in the field battery competitions. The lirst priv.e for general ellicieiicy, the govetnor-ficiieral's cup and the Karl of Stradhrook cup was won by the second Held battery of Ottawa, with 5511 points. The batteries next in order. Seventeenth Sydney, 533-points; 22ml Sherbrooke -ID-t points; -Itii Hamilton 173 points 13lh Winnipeg points 1'Jth Moncton points. The general efficiency competition is divided into two divisions, one for better gun practice and tile other .or eilicicncy in personnel. For gun practice the Sydney Bat- tery was first with 290 points the Ottawa battery second with 277, and the -Hi] Hamilton llattery third with 252 points. In till.' personnel appear- ance competition the 2nd Field Bat- tery won with points, 22ml Slu-r- brnoke second with 273 points and the Third Montreal Battery third 260. In the heavy artillery series the 4th. Prince Edward Island Battery was lirst, score 5111.3'; the 3rd Prince Ed- ward Island Battery' second. score, the 2nd Montreal Battery j third, score 1S2.8, and the Coboiirg battery third, score 404.2. London, Sept. Clement Jacobs, seventeen years director ot Salvation Army emigration to Canada, has been appointed director of the Boxted colony of the Salvation Army, an enterprise with a chequered career. The appointment is adversely criti- cised on the ground that .lacobs lacks knowledge of agricultural mat- ters. STREET RAILWAY FOR BATTLEFORD North Battleford, Snsk., Sept. An English syndicate has decided to Invest in a street railway here and work will be commenced without de- luy. NEW SUPERINTENDENT Toronto, Sent. a meeting of the new Presbyterian Hoard of Home Missions, Rev. Simons, of Vermlllion, Alta., was appointed dis- trict superintendent for northern Al- berta, making the tenth superintend- ent of home missions under the Pres- byterian r.hureh in the Dominion from Quebec to the Pacific coast. LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK PRICES Liverpool, Sept. Rogers S Co. cable that there wore still IK States or Canadian cattle to offer ai Birkellhead market today, but trad" for Irish cattle was steady nt Satnr day's quotations, viz.: to 13 Wilts per pound. IN CLASSIC TORONTO London. Sept. Bogle and Wood, of the Besses o' th' 3arn and Scots Cnards bands, reach- ed London today from Canada, agree- ibly surprised at. the preference ex- hibited in Canada classical music, Instead of American rag-time. old'man heH ii. connection with the death of his wife in Oshaws. had in the last year or two tried to have her put. in an nsyliun. NEW BRAND OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES KAISER DRIVES MACHINE, THE TIRES BEING MADE OF WHISKEY Chicago, Vaept. Wil- liam or Germany rides in an automo- bile, the tires of which are made from a substance extracted from whiskey, according to Dr. 11. A. Bernson, head of tbe chemistry department of Iffei- delburg University who with other scientists is In Chicago to at- tend the eighth annual international commissions of applied chemistry. He declares that rubber bad been made from whiskey for several years at several experimental labratories in Oermany and that recently a set of automobile so made were pres- ented to Kmperor William. According to Mr. liernson, the pro- cess of manufacturing is intricate. By special process of fermentation, the scientists increase the amount of fusel oil in whiskey then extract the oil ami use it in place of Hie raw gum that is tapped from rubber tires. SIR EDWARD'S NARROW ESCAPE London. Sept. Sir Edward Car- son had a narrow escape from injury during the rioting at Londonderry, ac- cording to a dispatch received in rion the Evening iS'ews. A largo stone was dropped into Sir Edward's open carriage from the ciiy wall, missing him by only a few inches. The windows of Lord Hamilton's au- tomobile were broken by stones. PHONE 471 Our Signs Are Siu'iis of the Times Let us figure on a Sign for You The Revlo Co. POST OFFICE BOX 93 Painters ant! Uecor.-itors Avenue South ;