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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, .September 25, 1012 DAILY HERALD What :i world of recollection these words bring1 They recall to you the delicious pics and cakes made by the dear soul. She knew good flour. She uted "Our Beat" 100% as nature made tho kind that gives delight to every houochold. Try a sack toddy. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDQE, RAYMOND 4MD MAGRATH THREE JUDGES ARE SELECTED MESSRS. McKILLICAN, LEWIS AND EDMONDS, CHOSEN FOR DRY- FARMING CONGRESS .11. Fail-field, chairman of the Jury of awnrds of the International Dry-Fanned Products Exposition; an- nounces the seleciiou three of the ron associate judges, who will pass upon tho great number of exhibits of grains, gmssos, vegetables anil fruit ut the big exposition fiere next month AV. C. McKiUIcan, superintendent of Dominion Expert mental Farm, at Brandon, Man., has been appointed one of thejmlges who will have to do particularly with the grain classes. JIcKUHuan, before assuming the responsibility of the management of the Brandon Experimental Farm, was connected for several years witb the Dominion Seed branch, and for BOino years its representative tin tho provinces of Alb'erta and-British Col- umbia. He is a man of high stand- ing in the agricultural progress of (Western and tho Canadian Board of Control the International Dry-Farming Congress Is certainly for- tunate in 'being able to secure him on the board of, judges, and especially valuable will he be in passing upon the .grains, in 'which the competition will be the keenest. Prof. C. I. chieE of the Divi- sion of Horticulture of tho Oregon Ag- ricultural College at Corvalis, Ore., JJHS been appointed an associate judge, and will have to do more with, the fruHs and vegetables.' F. W. Edmonds, of Oklahoma City, an expert on. corn and southern pro- Suets, has been atfecte-d as ono of the Judges, and he will have to deal par- ticularly with corn, klffir corn, sor- BhuniE, cotton, 'peanuts, and other dry- farmed products from the southwest- ern states, of which a large exhibit and sharp competition is 'promised. Mr. Edmonds Is a practical farmer of Oklahoma, but he is a graduate of tho Jowa State Agricultural College, at Ames, Iowa, and for several years was connected jyyl'th the United States Department of Agriculture in the ca- pacity of cooperative demonstration farm agent, lie has done consider- able institute wcrk in the southwest, and stands high in the estimation of agriculturalists of that section of the United States. M'GILL STUDENTS WAGE BATTLE PARTICIPATE IN A.BIG ROW IN A TOWN IN. QUEBEC PROV- INCE Montreal, Quo., Sept. 23. Fifty- three McGill students from the Uni- versity survey camp had a fierce bat- lle last night with citizens'b! the town of Carliersville near here. The NO KID GLOVE ACTION THERE Moral Reformers will fake Drastic Excluded Toronto, Out., Sept. meet- ing of the Methodist department ol temperance anil moral reform will he held Thursday anil Friday.-Tins meofcings will be closed to the pulilic and press.' Representatives will >te present from all parts ot Canada and ifc IB understood some very delicate matters will he handled without gloves. It is anticipated that some action will be taken with reference to the u'hite slave traffic, race track [ambling, the registration oi cer- tain diseases, and the physical fitnesi of all candidates for marriage. rate MILADI EDITED IV UM A mighty pain to love it is, And 'tis a that pain to miss But of all pains, the greatest pain H-is to love, but love in vain. Clubs and Societies The members anil adherents of St. Aiujusiln's church are. reminded of the service, which will be held at eight o'clock this evening.' When love is a game of three, One heart .can win' but pain, While two between them share joy That ail had hoped to gain. And one in its hiCter sadness Smiles the other see, i Hut two in their .new-found :jladueis' The A. B. C. class of Westminster J Sunday school will'hold a social in the church on I lie evening oi October A hearty, invitation is extenileil to ill. (he A rehearsal 6! 'Hilly Taylor' will bo held in the Conservatory ot'Music tomorrow evening, when it is hoped that as many as possible will tc present. Foiget 'twas a game of three. Mrs Keith, of Calgary, is spending a short time, with friends in tho I ul Ij, ULSTER Unionists Demonstrative Troop Sent to Belfast Pqrtadffwn, Ireland, Sept. not to submit to 'Home students, becoming disgusted with the RUie wae eXpresse-3 today fcy Orangement and Unionists, residents of the county of Armagh, Ulster. They had assembled in the birth -place of continuous rainfall, entered the town and started to make things lively. They came to blows with the towns- people. The mayor came out to di- rect the town, forces, summoned the chief of. police and the town fire bri- gade anil ordered the latter to open fire upon the students with their Orangeism to welcom-e Sir Edward Carson and other Unionist leaders. Troops for Ulster Day Bolfaat, Ireland, :Sept forces of troops are to he moved into Belfast in preparation for Ulster Day hose. The students captured the! (Sept. the anti-home rule hose wagons which they-used to keep the citizens at hay. Then finally they surrendered tho lire apparatus. WINNIPEG LOSES IN RAILWAY FIGHT RAILWAY COMMJIEfSlON GRANTS C.N.R. PRIVILEGE OPPOSED BY CITY COUNCIL. DATE OF THANKSGIVING Ottawa, Ont, Sept. date of Thanksgiving will bo fixed this week. Monday, October 2Sth is tho prob- able day. Winnipeg, Man.; Sept. Don- ald Mann, who arrived here today from the east on his way west for ;i trip of i-nsnectibn said this morning that he had received a wire from the company's office to the effect that the railway com mission had handed down a decision permitting..- the proposed Canadian Northern cut-off through Fort Rouge and South This la news here, for city officials say they have received no intimation to this effect from Ottawa, Assuming it is correct, Mayor said that he was very disappointed. The rail- way claimed this cut-off was neces- sary for prompt handling-of we-stern grain shlpments.but the project has been fought to a finish by residents affected who have been supported by the city as a whole. JOCKEY DISAPPEARS; SO DOES FIVE THOUSAND covenant Is to be signed by the Union- ists of that province. Orders were sent from headquarters at Dublin Castle today to Brigadier- General Count Gleichen, in command here, to that effect. He was informed that the first battalions would reach Belfast on the evening ot September 27th: The Lord Mayor of Belfast, on whose .requisition snch steps are us- ually has been informed that the troops are coming. Portndpwn, Ireland, Sept. were carried by several battalions in- to which the.iuembers of the Unionist club were formed, 'they took part in a great ''procession in the af- ternoon. Two large cannon also wore dragged along on gun carriages, while an ambulance in charge of sisters, moved with the procession, and car- ried a large supply of splints and band WILLING TO END DULUTH STRIKE STREET RAILWAY MANAGER RE- FUSES TO LISTEN TO CONDI- TIONS ATTACHED Duluth, Minn., Scut. to end the strike, the Union caririen ot Dulutb today made known the terms upon which thcy will return to work, j These include All the men now on strike to be taken hack without pre- Miss, Bennihglon, of the tcr school is ill in hospital. The.' International Order of Good Templars'will 'meet in. Gospel Hall, Thirteenth St., N., tomorrow .even- unit Mjj'.'at 8 .o'clock. This will te an open meeting, at which the gentlenn j will arid it is hop ami cci Ulc attendance will'he large. Mr and Mrs. Sydney Jackson, little daughttr have returned '.ram an extended ,stay in the cast. I Tne -Harvest florae Supper "in con I nectioii with the Eiitb Avenue. North Mis. W.Tp. Nelson, 1220 rliird Avc. Baptist church held in Unity hall last had WMie-essentials to sue n'ig' 'fine supper pleasing program.. The. ladies, of the Fifth church know how to-get'up a harvest home supper and the'facl W. EtstJ- was abunuahlly in eviderice'last night i It was followed by a program whicl for variety, could not be-excelled am Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Whitnuy itit' everything passed, oti in a dclighWu yesterday afternoon to visit W a manner. Mr. Joseph Gillespie wab month in Winnipeg, Toronto and' and made a model presiding Montreal. [officer. He also contributed two three cornet solos which pleased the crowd, and'before the program closed a request was mails S., will be hostess of an iniormal thimble -tea on. Saturday nltcruoon. j Mrs.'Kean, of Vancouver, formerly of this city, is spending a week tl.e guest of her sister, Mrs. J. ford. Miss Peart, of Hamilton, v.'ho has been .visiting friends iu Macleod lor the past week, is the guest nf George whelen, Sixth Ave. ;rbin Banff., Mrs. Buchanan accompanied her.' i for another; the. genial chairman com- .....j plying with a well rendered selection. Other contributors.were Miss Arnpl.l, I the Misses Tabor, in instrument! Mrs. W. Howe Lewis and Mar-i Mr_ Jarvis Mr. 3tou jone Lewis of..Winnipeg, are spena-j in sclMtlons and Miss pdltll tie week with the [onnor s Joncs m This Mr. Geofirey Lew.s, en route and popular young lady greatly pleas- od the crowd and "repeated recalls were her reward. Mr. .Stott In :'c- Mrs. Arthur Hamilton, of Ottawa, sponss to an clieorCi sailg .'Johnny who has been Mrs. A. Buchanan's j much to the delight ot guusttfor some weeks, left this. alter-j the boys.- Addresses were given by 110011 for where she will be. Rev. .Joseph Woodsworth of the guest of A. M. Methodist 'church Hcv.' Ai 0. XVatson, of the First Uaptist church Kcv. J. F. Hunter, o[ Blairmore, ami Mr. anil Mrs. George Harvey, of! Mr. T. W. Quayle. Red Deer, who have been guests with' Votes of thanks were moved to ihe Ur and Mrs; E. G. Harvey, 1210 j chairman and those who had taken Sixth Ave., S., for. the past week, part and were enthusiastically car- motored home this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. IT. Cossahoom, Digby county, Nova Scotia, announce ried. j At the close Mr. Whceley auctioned oft" a fine assortment oi garden pro- duce which Jhe lailier. had gathered engagement of their daughter. (or the occasion. Miss Margaret C. Cossaboom, of Kev. air. McKinnon anil people are Vancouver, D. C., to Mr. Wm. doing an excellent work in North r., of Lethbridge, Alta., the marri-j Lethbridgc and face the coming fall age to lake place quietly in Winnipeg m Nov. 2, 1912. Mrs. Lawrence, oi Winnipeg, who is with Mrs. T. F. Kirkham and! ilrs. Stanley Kirkham, and winter with the determination make the church count for some- thing in the life oi the city. A Toronto dispatch says WiUl an Blankets Comforters The first grip of uppi'OHchlng winter has visited Us and caused an iniinediate demand for warm seasonable goods. _, From a standpoint do not, think it necessary for anyone to gu without suf- ficient bedding when prices are so low. From a health standpoint, most anyone knows, or ought to know, (he price paid for sleeping cold. Throw up your windows, have the room full of cold air, and sleep under such blankets and comforters as you'll find here and yon will always retain your health and happiness. We are showing a splendid selection of Pure Scotch and Whitney Wool Blankets, also a beautiful variety of Eider-Down com- forters made by the best manufacturers in the country, and careful comparisons show that we can save yon motley if you buy here. on Blankets range from, per pair Up Prices on range from to each HUDSON'S BAY CO. through hales, clothes, etc., while the missionaries of the society as well as those of the general .mission board had received much clothing and, number of organs .and other musical instruments to assist them, in their work. The missionaries in the poorer fields especially sisted. were materially as- BUYING GOODS OUT OF CANADA LIVELY DISCUSSION BEFORE THE CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS CONVENTION Ottawa, .Sept. 25. A decision which at times promised to become rather healed, began just before 'the Canadian Manufacturers' association adjourned for flmcheon when Mr. John Firsthrook, Of Toronto, a direc- tor of the Y.M.C-.A. there, took ob- ection to a clause in the commercial ntelligcnL-e committee alleging -that secretaries and physical directors oi the Y.M.C.A. m Canada and hoards of directors of tl.eir C. N. R. DOESN'T WANT TO OPERATE ---------x 4 Winnipeg, Sept. Donald Mann said here today that the risks of. the Hudson's Bay route are such that', he. thought the Dominion1 govern- meut should operate the road Itself. lie indicated that the Canadian Northern Railway was not at all anxious Jto; tatoe over its operation after it was built. CLAIM LICENSE IS PROHIBITIVE INTERESTING APPEAL BEFORE JUDGE WINTER'IN CASE FROM MAGRATH A very nice point wits raised in tbe case of A. Miller, of Magrath, who 3 appealing this afternoon before Judge Winter in the District ;Coiirt, from a conviction entered against him associations I lhe some ago, at the instance of the r.own of Alagrath iuy materials for new buildings for honor j unusually large attcndnnce the thirty- Toronto, Ont., Sept. Spen- cer, a cashier bf a pari-mutuel macli- ne at the Woodbine race track, dis- discharged; tbe cases of the nine .to with more than belonging to statcd if they were discharged bc- the Ontario -Jockey Clnb. Shortages f fo t, his accounts .were detected about a eight o'clock Monday night, "but Spen- cer had caught a. train bound for across tho border. ;uest of a small bridge given by Mrs.! Jirst annual meeting of the board of 3- -I'. Hill yesterday afternoon. Mrs. managers of the Women's Missionary F. Kirkham carried oil the pretty i Society of the Methodist church op- tropliy. j cned today at the Central Methodist church. The various committees fe- The progressive euchre which was ported a riiarkecl interest- in both held in the K. of F. hall last evening j membership and throughout the bo- under the auspices of the 'Young: Lad-! minion, especially thc western prov- judice excepting the origmal nine mem'jes' Sodality of Si. Patrick's church! luces where the increas? was phcnom- j Was a marked success. Miss Kateienal Mrs M A Powell of Toronto aml Miss Hakos composod tte reportci grievancc committee of thc man he permitted recognize the union an open shop, that the company not be asked to hut no objection to unionism that the "spread" of hours which now :eception c-ommittci-. Seventeen tables wer 'c in play, the favors being won by Miss Pemlergast, Miss Stella Kcnnrdv thafc the total number of auxiliaries was now wiMi 292 circles and mission bands. The total member- and Mr. Ken- ship included substantially being nedy JGJ7. The treasurer reported that the Pleasing instrumental numbers were total income for the year was rendered by Mr. Oaskcll and Mr.! 769.57, and Mrs. W. W. Ogde'n, trea- qiurcs the men to he on duty from- Needs, while Miss AlcCormlck deTjght-1 surer of the rest fund, reported ra- thirteen to sixteen hours to get ten iilc wilh a Vocai solo. An ceipts of wjth a Qn hours' work, be reduced to a twelve- inviting menu was- served at the card hand Of hour spread thai no tables, scale is asked correction of thc the Y.M.C.A. in the United States. The report of the committee advo- cated supporting homo industry and hen specified the Y.M.C.A, boards as examples of bodies who seemed in- clined to discourage home, industries. After a dozen or more of'the dole- gates had aired their views for and the clauses, the chairman, of the committee, C. S. J. Phillips, fin- ally consented to withdraw them, af- ter expressing that neither he nor his colleagues had thought of singling out the Y.M.C.A. for criticism. Thc mat- ter, lie said, had been brought to the attention of the committee for n member of the Canadian Manufactur- ers association and it had been dealt with the result of their dealings em- bodied in the report. "Why confine the criticism to the Y.M.C.A. asked IV. IT. Rowley of Olitawa, "Banks, trust companies and other concerns are equally as guilty." Another delegate got after the school boards in Toronto and Winni- peg, saving that they bought, desks On that'occasion Miller was fined for. refusing to take out a pool room', II- cease, he claiming that the feU .for same was unreasonable. According to the bylaw it appears that the pool room license was ?300 Cor the "first1 table and for each additional table. The bylaw was introduced at a meeting of the lUagrath town couu- ell. No objections were registered ac- cording to the evidence :of Godfrey of the town. Mr. Ball'arku- ing the case for the appellant to know if the Magrath town council had the right to flx t any sum they thought lit as a license fee for the pool tables. "Was this fee argued the counsel. Mr. Palmer act- Ing for the town of INugrath cited a number of authorities in support of his client's action, served. Judgment was scntcd Hi merits system; that the rule requir- 5jr. and Mis. who leave mite for Toronto and British Col- ing men to on duty ten w mules thc 01 lhe month to reside in umhia, and Mrs. Cliittlck, for Nova before their time he mollified. These Toronto, were sunirised by the mem-, .Scotia The reports showed that propositions General Manager War- bcrs of the A. B. C'. class Briggs, of Toronto, pre-! materials from firms in the report of tbe supply, com-! 1 This brought Mr. Fairbairn of TO- The reports showed of West- many orphanages, hospitals and ren refused. "There is nothing to ar- minster Sunday school at the home, institutions had hein much comforted nitrate, he said. UNKNOWN MAN KILLED BY TRAIN FOR SALE BY GEO.KEKK K CO., LETHBKTDGE (Special to The High River, Alta., Sept. An unknown laborer was cut in two by a southbound freight near here last night, Tbe brakeman saw the man rise up from the track, and endeavor to get out of the 'way ol' the train, but ho was too late, and it passed over his body." body tics at. thc iindFckaklng parlor here, and hot, yet been identified. }Jo had evi- dently been drinking. ronto, ex-member of the Toronto school board, to Kis feet in defence. There were cries to withdraw thc clauses and other cries to leave them of Mr. W. Scott, Nineteenth St., coming from all parts oi the on Monday evening. I For Home Bread Makers room. Mr. llcCullough of Hamilton, Mr. A. Rose, presUcnt of the class, Thoiraanda of letters, from satisfied j managed to make, himself heard in few well chosen words reiiSX d lhc business abilil5' the good wishes oi the class to 5Ir.' if your grocor doesn't sell thorn ad-1 mcmncrs of the association who could and Mrs. Barnard, wishing them ev-j vlso White Swan Spices Cereals, where they 'chose to buy cry happiness and success in new home. Dainty refreshments were served by the ladies, the evening being pleas-' antly spent in icusic. A Halifax dispatch says: A bril-i liant military wrJding took place at All Saints Cathedral nt noon today i when Miss Grctna Graham, youngest' daughter of Justice Graham, was; married to Captain Hubert of the Hoyal Canadian Engineers. His j lordship, the Bishop of Kova Scotia, I. pen'onned the ceremony, their', Limited, Toronto, Ont, and ask for free sample. The Brown Betty Tea Room Corner Third Ave. and Fifth Street South Open Daily 11 a.m. 6 p.m. AFTERNOON TEAS Fresh daily in change. homo matlft cake our Woman's goods the best and cheapest. It was bad, however, he maintained, to sin- gle out the Y.M.C.A. GRAND TRUNK OFFICIALS OPEN LEASE NEGOTIATIONS Ottawa, Out., Sept. Smithers and Vicc-Presldrint Wain- wright of the Grand Trunk are horo today and Pre-jldont Chamhorlalu will arrive tonight, to resume negotiations with tho government' respecting a lease of the Wlnnln'oi! and Superior Junction section of tho Transcontinen- tal railway. So far no agreement has been reached. London, Sept. de Vinci's masterpiece "Jlona -fr stolen from tbe Louvre 'Museum in Paris in August of -p last year, is hanging on walls of a private gallery ia St. Petersburg, according to a report published in a Russian paper, and transmitted today 10 a news agency here, r? .j. HE Ol" us realise how much salt cat. Thc foci that we put salt on all meats and bread, cake MUJM aad and cheese BhcwR the of usiny an ribsolntelypuic salt." SHE we using WINDSOR. PAl.T and no one could make me believe there was any belter salt in ili5 whole wgrM than my old standby ;