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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 21, 1012 THE HERALD hundred purposes GILLET MILADI Offlc., ItM EDITED BY >HONM: and NO SIDE SHOWS AT CONGRESS No tag-day. 'No.inldway. No sideshows. No jswelry stands. No fountain pen agents. No hold-tips, no crooks, no sports. jj repose to hold an exhibltio hero of a very high said .7. JMcNicol, chairman of Use Expositio committee of -the Dry-Farming Coi gross, at last evening's meeting of th full board. "We plan to show th whole -world thai It is an edueatlo'na exhibition; that it is an honest an fair competition, and, what is more are not 'going to harass our vis tors, or permit them to bs hold up h -finybody, "Out on the boulevard there arejw signs read, 'Keep to the Right and I believe it is up to His city at thorltlos to put up an additional "sigi "Che automobile" fare from the cit; to Henderson Park is 50 cents. Pa; no more; bring the iiuin. who attempt to collect more to the office, -and re fuse to pay him anything until yo have done so.' Prepare for Big Exposition "Wo havQ got to prepare for" a ve large and it must. be. on .ai elaborate acale in every respect, ant (he exposition cciumlttes is endeav o'ring to make ,it such. Tliese visi tors who are coming here', arc coming to see any small they are not anxious to pay two bits to. look at 'are enlight cneQ men, educators of the world, and St 'would be'an 'insult to have theln come here and find us running only small country fair. We arc not going to have any of these sideshows. The only things allowable in the 'entire grdmufs -will he the exhibits, the ma- chinery, the and -the eating places. We must provide plac- es for the people to got something to eat; it may. not he an elaborate res- ItRUT-ant, but- we. must care for the "wauls of the people attending the ex- position, in so far as is possible. And one thing is certain, -there will be no 2 per cent, beer sold on the grounds; if there is any one thing that is det- rimental to the welfare of a big ex- pcsitlon, it is to have 2 per cent, beer palmed off on an unsuspecting public a libel on the Alberta product, nnyliow, to say the least, and it isn't conducive to the success of the ex- position. Issue Congress Directory "Prom the applications for space and for demonstrations of machinery, know now that we are going to have the biggest exposition ever held. The machinery-exhibit alone will be the largest and the best ever seen in The Brown Betty Tea Room Corner Third Ave. and Fifth Street South Open Daily 11 a.m. 6 p.m. AFTERNOON TEAS Fresh homo made cake daily in our Woman's Ex- change. the Weat., Everything promises to make the entire exposition inosjt at- tractive. We are contemplating is- suing a directory that will be replete lu information about tho whole show. We plan to have charts of the grounds showing tlie location of all of the 'ex- hibit buildings, telling where every ex- hibit is located, and giving the names of the prize winners and tile location of their exhibits, a complete list of the entries in every class, and sue information as a visitor would desire. This official directory will be publish- ed without; advertising, and will be sold at a'nominal price, just suffici- ent to cover the cost of publication. Arranging "Opening Parade want an official opening of the Exposition. The Congress is to be opened officially with some ceremon- and we propose 'to have a street parade, -and some speechmaking aiul the like in the formal opening exer- cises at the Exposition grounds. Space Going Fast "We have allotted nearly all of the space in the main exposition building, and we have already assigned spaces several of the buildings, and the There is neither honor nor gain got of only the Immediate relat in dealing with a j friends. I Mr. and Mrs. Harrowman will re- year oue vicious habit rooted the city. out In timo might make the worst man good throughout. On Saturday, at the Central Mclh- odist church, tho-marriage took place of tfisff -Loathe K; Kate and Mr. Ror- it is difficult to make a man miser-' ace Slokesberry, both of Champion, able, while he feels ho J'K worthy of Alia.' (inly a feu' immediate friends himself and claims kindred to the 'were present. Mr. S. R. Marshall great God who made Rev. Canon Swaynej of Warner, is a city visitor today. i> .Miss Ursula Archer, who-has ticeii visiting eastern return lo- Mr. uiiil Mrs.. C. A. Stephens have moved into their new house on Fourth 'Ave., S; Mr. Hiam has returned from a visit at his home in Montreal. a Mrs. p. Emerson Hodgson has is- sued phone invitations for a house ihmcc 'on Wednesday evening. Mr. W. R. Virtue is expectea homo on Thursday from a three months' visit at the coast cities. was officiating gary News-Telegram. Clubs and Societies Mr. Emerson, of s the Merchants Hank'staff, who is in the Gall hospi- tal with typhoid, fortunately has a mild attack. He had a good night and resting well today. Tlio meeting to reorganize the Young Men's Class of St. Andrew's church, which was scheduled [or last night, was postponed for one week. Mrs. Schweitzer and Mrs. Kundtson will be hostesses at the meeting ol Wesley Ladies' Aid tomorrow. The-'Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will hold their regular whist drive'tomorrow night in the S.O.E. hall commencing at nine o'clock. e The Art Needle-work club met with Mrs. J. R Ross yesterday afternoon. There was., a good attendance, the time being pleasantly, spent in sew- ing, -after which dainty refreshments were served. MAY ENLARGE BREWERY PLANT At a meeting of the directors of the petlibrldge Brewing .Malting Co., last night, a proposition to make a flOO.OOO addition to tho plant o[ the company was informally discussed. The necessity of enlarging tho present plant has been apparent for the past -'oar, and'the change was mooted early n the' spring. If the plan is followed out, a portion of the building will carried up four storeys and the ware- 'lousing and cold storage capacity of he plant more than doubled. Nothing definite.will be decided un- til a further meeting of the director.! Is held when the details of the scheme wllKne worked out and submitted to the shareholders o[ the company. requests warrant me in saying that everything that we have to 'Offer in the way of exhibit space in all of the )uildings will be taken._.. We hope to have a band concert" every afternoon at the Exposition, but that, of course, depends upon the arrangements we' can make for music, for the idea is to have everything work in harmony. We have set aside two buildings for rce moving picture shows, in which he views shown Trill he of farm icenes, and the lectures will be of an aducational character. "We do not propose to have anyone 'f the exhibitors say they have been eld up. At some expositions 1 have 'een to there has been a system "that avored of the hold-up, where they barged a thousand for lumber. But there will be nothing of that here. Ve are arranging with the lumber peo Io to make a fixed schedule of the Tices of lumber for the use of fnitors, and their cartage charges, nd this schedule will be given to ev- ry exhibitor, and they will he told lat if any one tries to charge them lore, they are not to pay, .but should ring the man -to the office, and w-a 'ill settle it right there." Tag-Day The matter of a tag-day was rought before the meeting of the card of Gon-tral, through a motion uade by E, A. Cunningham, who said e made it so as to get the sentiment f the members of the Board. The olion was that permission bo grant- d the Nursing Mission' to have one ay set apart, as tag-day at the Dry- arming Congress Exposition, and lat every facility be afforded the e'mbors of the mission and their co- orkers. Mr. jMcNIcol stated that he opposed this, because of the trouble it made, and the fact that people objected to being held-up for 25 cents for a tag, which meant nothing to them. It was not that the charity was not BL worthy as any other; it was simply that it caused a lot of trouble, and was not in the interests of the edu- Mrs. J. S. -Jones, of High River, is expected on Saturday to spend a j month with her parents, Mr. and j W. D. L. Hardie, Mr. Irwin, a missionary, who has been spending the summer at Uound- Creek, is a guest with Mrs. R. S. Smith, Glonc'g Tower, on route to Kingston to continue his college stud- ies. The Women's Missionary society of Westminster church will meet on i Thursday afternoon at in the ;.church. Mrs. Mcllyena will read a paper, and all the ladies of the con- gregation are invited to attend. MR. STRAUS MADE DIPLOMATIC REPLY WHEN ASKED ABOUT ENDORSA TION BY THE EMPIRE STATE .CONVENTION The executive of the Westminster Guild of Knox church met last even- ing and decided to have the initial meeting of the season take the form of a social to he held on Monday evening next. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Crawford {nee who have fceen spending their honeymoon in the east, are ex- pected home tomorrow. They will lake tip their iesideace on Wcstmins-, ter Road. Mrs. R. S, Smith, Glenclg Tower, has as her house, guests for a short tinie, a parly of motorists, who mot- ored from Calgary on Sunday. In the party are Mrs. A. Dick, sr., Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dick and haby. The Lethbridge Amateur Operatic society held a well attended rehearsal of "Billy Taylor" at the Conserva- tory of Music last night. More girls are needed for the chorus, and a cor- dial invitation is extended all ladies wishing to take part to meet at the Conservatory tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon for rehearsal irom four to six. The social committee of Westmins- ter League met at tile parsonage last evening ami arranged a unique and in teresting program for rally night, which will be held one week" from to- night. A cordial invitation is extend- ed ,to all to come and enjoy this pro- the nature of-which will not i be revealed until the'evening in ques- j tion. The Harvest- Home dinner and tertainment, which will be held Unitj- Hall this evening under the auspices of the Fifth Avenue Baptist church promises to re well worth at- tending. Dinner will he served from j six to eight, and an interesting and j select program has been arranged to follow. The program will start at S o'clock with ci-Chief CHllespie in the chair. Saratoga, ,rj.. Sept. riaine of 'Oaoar S. Straus, gubernator- ial candidate.of .the progressive party may be .presented to the Republican State ccnrentioii, for Governor. Sen- ator Joseph Neiycpmb, of New York upon iis arriyai .aere last night, auth- orized the statement in which lie de- clared that Upepeaaary he would pre- sent Straus' .name.for the considera- tion of the delegates. This declaration of Senator Ne.wcpmbe, 'which created keen discussion .among the early ar- rivals of'the delegates to the conven- tion, cairns close 'on the beels of a tel- egram .from ilr.'Straus, in reply to a telegram of inquiry, asking tbe former meinber of President Roosevelt's oab- if ho. would "accept such nomlna- your acceptance lie con- ditional'on the platform, or other con- tingent Mr. Straui replied to this inquiry: "I appeal to the people of all parties to give We their support upon my pub- lic record, '.and, upon the covenant in my platform with the people of the Empire State." TO SPEAK IN MACDONAUD Septf Frank Oliver will take some part in the Mac- donald campaign, in support of R. Richardson. He will speak at the meeting In St. Francois. Xavier, on Thursday evening, and. in St. Janies, on Saturday evening. If floor coverings for your lionio, are to be purchased sopiji, a thoughtful noting of these extreme price concessions will convince yon there is wisdom in promptly securing this ad- vantage. We are offering on nine only Brussels Carpets, made from extra q uality. Eachntg will wenr well, give thorough satisfaction and hold its colors till the last day. Yon cannot afford to overlook this lot if yon have llie slightest notion of having new carpets for any room in the house. Size 3 x 4. Keg. value Special Size 3 x 3% Eeg. value special Size 3 x value special HUDSON'S BAY CO. HORSE DISEASE IS DYING OUT HARROffM SHEARER A quiet was solemnized in Knox church at three o'clock' yester- day afternoon when Miss Katharine Wesley Sunday school are making elaborate preparations for Rally Day on Sunday next. In the morning a special children's service will he con- ducted, when Rev. Chas. Bishop, of Cbaldale, will preach, the officers and scholars occupying the front and cen- tre pews of the church. In the after- noon a special program of Rally Day exercises will be carried out, includ- choruses, duets, recitations, etc., and an address on "The Message of the 25 Years Experience White Swan Yeast Cakes are made by the most successful dry yeast ex- pert in Canada, with an experience of 25 years in this difficult art. Free sample from White Swan Spices Cereals Limited. Toronto, Ont. .Lincoln. Sept. Vet- erinarian Bcsrron and E. T. Davidson, of New York, expert "in the service of the bureau of animal industry of the Department of Agriculture, said'in a report made that the horse disease in Nebraska is dying out. They say IB some counties as high as.50 per cent, of the animals affected are recovering and the disease is becoming less vir- i ulent. NO TAFT TICKET IN SOUTH DAKOTA Pierre, S. D., S-apt. Su-' preme Court has refused .to disturb the Progressive electors, who are1 cm the State Republican ticket, and this leaves no Taft ticket in this State. this city will handle the National part of the campaign for this State, with -a. separate cam- paign committee handling the State ticket. Kemp Shearer, recently of Ruther-i will ,lc 5iven bv Mr. w g glen, Scotland, was joiner! in matri- j Ball. The church will he appronriate- THE SAME CARE TAKEN IN ALL Blue Ribbon Products all have the high reputation for fine quality and real, dependable They are made of choicest ma- terial. and with the utrc-wt care. They are PURE FOOD through and through. They wilt prove tiicir value to you If you will once use mony to Mr. Robert Barrowman, of this city. The nuptial knot was tied by the Kev. A. G. Cameron ;a the presence IT decorated with (lags, huntings, plants and (lowers. A general rallv of the forces oi -Sunday school and church are anticipated. cationai end aimed at the expo- sition. Mayor Hatch expressed the senti- ment that it was not the thing to do to tag strangers, and ask them to contribute 25 cents for tag. It caus- ed them to criticize a. city, and l_eth- brldge did not want any such criticism As no one seconded the motion of Mr. Cunningham, the chairman did not put ii, and the mover stated that he thought it was an expression of sentiment, anyhow. It was anounced that the fireworks programme planned, as well as the Kiltie band contest, had been aban- doned, because of the lateness of tbe season, and the doubt of the suc- cess of them, in view of the numerous attractions that had been arranged i for the entire week. CROP PROSPECTS IN AUSTRALIA FIGHT WITH MEXICANS Mbronici, Ariz., Sept. Munguia and Tom Campbell, deputy sheriffs of Greenlee county, wore kill- NEARLY THREE MILLION ACRES UNDER WHEAT AND BIG HAY AREA Sydney, Sopt. government statistician estimates that ncres are under wheat in the current section, as compared with acres in Of this acres will be cut for grain, and for hay; as compared with and respectively. Reports from the growing centres stale that the prospects of a. good average yield is enco uraging. Sunlight Soap Calgary, Sept. E. H. Rou- leau, one of the oldest and most re- spected of-Calgary physicians, 'was cd. and Deputy Sheriff "Dutch" Kep'- jt3ken seriously ill very suddenly pell seriously wounded, in a fight last! are very grave night at Eagle Creek, with a band of j ffiars lhat hc wl" n01 survive. Mexicans, who were stealing and kill------------------------ ing cattle in that vicinity. When the I BRANDON'S CHIEF RESIGNS deputies went to round thorn up, the I Brandon, Saw. noyd Mexicans opened fire from their forti-1 head nf the police force here for fiecl in the hills. Thirty armed men, sworn in as special ik-piities, left for the scene. en years, resigned today. The resig- nation will be considered hy ihe coun- cil a siKcial meeting tonight. Guarantee of Purity with every 5c. cake. The sun never sets on Sunlight Soap. Used in every country in the globe in preference to common soaps, because it cleanses the clothes more thoroughly at half the cost without injury to the fabric. Just try Sunlight next wash day. The name LEVER on Soap is a Guarantee of Purity aad ;