Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
i I'nge 8 TITE O'yrWBRTDiGE 1UTLY HERALD Tliiii'sdiiy. ,'ifl, The Reason Why You put into every article you experience, ind skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder bur supremesc effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. TESTED CARMANGAY'S NEW WATER SYSTEM Underwriters Man had Stream Thrown on Which was a Dandy The system installed will serve for considerable growth of the town anil, ITALIAN CONSUL MADE BRIEF VISIT AT FERNIE o- May Establish Sub-Con- sulate Banquetted by Pleasing Incident (.Spctial to Hie Kernic, Sept. Pii C. A. U., Consul General, represent- j mniiity. ing the Italian government, in Oan-j aJa, with headquarters at spent a' (lay here inspecting the eoal mines al Coal Creek and other places ed guest of the evening was proposed by Mr. Macneil, and the reprosenUi- tivc of His Italian Majesty replied in a brief but very eloquent talk in which he spoke feelingly ot ihi: evi- dent harmony existing in the dis- trict between all nationalities of peo- ple was especially gratified at the many expressions from the Canadian ami English portion of those, present j regarding thy character and standing P, i of own countrvnien in the com- .1. H. Pollock Was Hie first speaker' and A. f. Fisher, Mr. Macneil, M. .Vicolctte, Joseph ;Aello, 1'liilin Caro-' sella, I... Catosella, G. L. 1'eil of interest in this vicinitv vestenlay, K. Bennett, late of ihe District nnd others spoke- and left early this morningfor Cal- gary. Consul K. Lang, of the llo'mpU: his "marks service al Vancouver, accompanied ;ltallatt ami changing to Kngli the Italian representative On his trip A' very appreciable is a complete plant and running with; interior llritisu Columhia. exceptional smoothness. The> power j'' Consul Duraggo did not apprise the house is situated by the Little) Italian hereof the exact timo j j' How river and with it is a dam and of his arrival, and taking Mr.! Mac-1 Carmansav, Sept. 2G.-The Under-( tribution of the wator> As to Writers inspector dropped into Car- jnangav jesterday and tested the new water service. The result was emi- Ventlr saiisfactorr so far as could be tow, he had visited Coal Creek: spent much time in the town before j his presence became known to his countrymen. But the Italian colony the water has tested the best and made up'for lost time when million gallons of water. The big tank is at the top of the high Mull arid in excellent position for the dis- little compli- ment was paid the. guest oi the even- i ing, when Mr. A. I. Fisher paved the way for the Consul General to speak his hearers in his own Hquidly flowing language.. i Consul Duragco gracetullv respond- d excellent in taste and clearness. The; they learned oi his actual presence, system consists of a Leonard engine They had been looking for him and seventy-five horse power, a to meet him al the station ion pump, and Canadian General elec- f antl give him a formal reception, but ascertained, although the inspector j trk. The is in charge wily Consul Genera! had outwit- said little, as was to be expect--of Engineer E. A. Goin, who appears ted them and had got all his-arduous td. A fine stream was thrown iroru j to be a verv efficient man. A Herald done before any demonstration the stand-pipe near the post nuui Was shown over the plant Iic "mdc. ihe highest part of the town- The. air. jj. E. McArthur, consulting en- stream from the tank was iu itself gineer, und that it is all that is Italians, was assemblrd and the con- sufficient for any ordinary fire, but.claimed for it was quite apparent toi'sul treated to a lino concert in when the pump was started there (the. untrained eye, it rims'with re-'front of the Napanee hotel, where he a magnificent stream and those J msrkable smoothness, and is a trim j and his German iriend were nuartec- present who had taken an interest in snd tidy-looking Inyout. A splendid j ed. such things ulsewliere said that it quality oi light is produced and there equal to any stream they had has not been a moment's friction or seen in connection with city equip- j delay since the plant was placed in ment, and indeed was nrueli stronger -operation. Loyal to Lethbridge Mr. than the aieragc. An inch and a half (3IcArthur had every dollars' worth nozzle was used and. when the three- j of material possible made in this quarter mcli nozzles ordered arrive, 'city and a surprising proportion oi the stream will he even more satis- 1 the supplies were the product of the Theguageat ihe hydrant Lethbridge Iron .Works. The plan registered eighty and at the nozzle, was put in by day labor under M The stream -was carried w-ith McArthur's supervision" and cost the great force and certainly a couple of t.own about exclusive of the :such streams would dampen the ardor price paid to Mr. Carman iu the pur- 01 anj fire that might start at Car- 1 chase oi the old plant and site from .mangay. j him. When the lolunteer brigade is Mayor .McN'aughlon and the inem- organized, the Ore lull in shape, i hers of the council are deserving of and other -incidentals completed the: great credit for the businesslike way inspector will give the town a sur- in which the work has been carried prise visit and. on that report, will: out. They have given it close per- depend the for reduced rates to J sonal attention and that it is such a which the progressive little town is j success is a source o! justifiable certainly entitled. i pride. cd in Italian, saying that words in. any language inadequate to ex- press his gratitude for the kindly feeling manifested towards him and his countrymen. j Mayor Bleasdell was very late in! coming in, hut welcomed the distin-j guest, to the city and hoped i lhat his visits would he more fre- quent in the, future than hail they been in the past. i General Daraggo was informed that I more than iQOft Italians were resi- The city band, which is made up of Qf that the colony was constantly growing. There are over 500 wage earning Ital- ians here in Feniio. which means ov- er 1500 in the. towii. It is stated that, ont- of the objects j the consul's trip iu the'West is to Range Talks By The Housekeeper No. 4 Subject More Important Features "You may buy a range, as I did, without n Reservoir, you want one. Well, call on the McClary dealer and have one sent a place provided for it on the 'Kootenay.' Attaching: it is an easy job. No stove 1 expert screw-driver is the only tool you heed. I put my Reservoir on in a jiffy. Kootenay Steel Range has a Drop Oven makes a good shelf for sliding things into the Oven, The handle of the door clamps Oven leaves it open a little bit if you desire to cool it. "The 'Kootenay' Warming Closet is bigger and better than ever. The 'Lift' door allows every inch of space to be used and you can depend on it keeping food nice and hot, "The Broiler Door on the 'ICootenay' is enough to broil a steak to perfection. You can re- plenish fire through this door without disturbing cooking on top of .Range.' "It's easy to fit the 'Kootenay' with an ideal hot water nrniler that will not increase fuel consumption in the least. "All in all you'll find the 'Kootenay' Range the best you can buy, Price is about what you'd gladly, pay for a perfect cooking and baking- range." LONDON VANCOUVER TORONTO IVI I ST' N' R MONTREAL IT! i i V HAMILTON WINNIPEG CALGARY 204 Sold by The Staff or d-Agnew Co. SWIFT CURRENT KEEPS GROWING A banquet and reception was hast-' ily arranged and at nine o'clock more rx-amine into conditions and report to i ban thirty of. the citizens oi the government 'upon I he advisability lown sal down to a table well loaded of a sub-consulate somewhere with edibles, and speeches became the Wesl, and the very large col- orupr' ony of his countrymen here earnestly The health of the. King was propos- hope that Fcrnif will decided upon 1 and that of the Italian Kins fol-' as the place to !s'tilect for such an .ig- 711 I lowed. The toast lo the distinguish.- prior; Mr. i ________.__. LETHBRIDGE GIVEN A BOOST Milling Paper Pays Tri- bute to Enterprise of This City BIG DEAL IN REGINA REALTY OLD LEADER OFFICE SITE SOLD TO EASTERN SYNDICATE AT fc A FOOT -Regius, Sept On-a of the larg- fest inside realty deals put through in for some time, took place yes- terday, when J. A. "Vfestman, in con- junction with some Eastern capital- ists, purchased the present Leader tite, on the corner of Hamilton street fcnd Eleventh avenue. This property, which is now being by the Leader Publishing Co., a frontage of 100 feet on Hamil- lon street and 1-5 feet on Eleventh n ven ue, the price paid beinij -Ter foot frontage. The vendors are "ho Times Co., Ltd., of Moose Ja.w, ihe principal shareholders in which ronipany are Premier Scon, of Tie- pina, and Thomas Miller, of Moo.se J a Are you one of' those to whom every meal is another source of suffering Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets vil! help your disordered stomach to, digest any reasonable meals, and vill toon restore it to aich perfect con- dition lhat you'll feel that you hsve a stomacii. Take one after each meal. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the National Drug and Chemical Go. of Canada, Limited. HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS The High school examination re- sults for the week past were as fol- lows GRADE IX. ARITHMETIC A. Dunham 100 per cent., F. Dunsworth 100, E. McCarfcy 98, K. WacPhcc II. Simmons 95, D. Marrs 94, L. Ma- son 33, A. Kerr 93, IVI. navies 01, G. Oit 90, E. Frame 88, M. Frame 88, Donaldson 85, Aird 84, A. Liv- ingstone 83, IJ. West :83, I. Blathers S2, V. Taylor 82, T. Watson 82; R. Kaake 7S, L. Cascaden 78, L. Duns- worth 77, E. Prosscr 75, D. .Murray 73, W. Mason F. Camphrll (i9, F. Powers BS, E. Hagcll (58, V. Bourns 67, F. HonncH Gfi, T. Hulbcrt 65, K. Grant C3f A. Washbrook (i2, M. M ir- on 61, 0. Parry 57, A. Uains 57, H. Cameron -13, W. Murray 45, G. Tfors- pool 43, A. Reid 3-1, R. .Conihear 31. GRADE Hunt per cent, II. Johnson 05, Marrs 05, J. pipes 80, J. Wood 81, K, Yir- Richards fifi. GRADE XI. LITERATURE J. King 73 percent, Cascadcn 75, L. Takabc-rry fi6, P. Montgomery fi-t? B. Sang 48, GRADE XII. GEOMETRY R. Sloan 100 per cent, A. Morgan B2, TL Gray GO, R. Armstront; 00, L. 13ent- Icy C. Sherlock -10, C. Ilrodie 38, U. Harper E. Macdufi 25, L. Cas- cadcn Ifi. IS THIS LESE MAJESTE? ('nimlin. Ireland, Sept. Templetown, founder of the Unionist clubs of Ireland, at an anti-Homo Iliilo demonstration here tonight, de- clared Hint, if the King signed the Home ittile measure tomorrow, It would ho an unconstitutional act. Cant. James Craig, M. P. for Down, addressed the Ulstermcn to continue- drilling A CALL TO Brussels, Snpl. CALGARY Paul's Presbyterian Church, Calvary, baa cx- iemled u call to Hev. A, 0. "Wlshart. jtastor 01' MelvlIIo Church, HrnsselB. Tho stiiicud offered is Under the caption hearting nf "En- ticing Farmers from the Middle ihe Modem Miller, recognized as one of the leading and most influ- ential trade journals of the flour and milling imlustry, published at St. Louis, Mo., editorially its re- spects to Lethbridge as one of the most progressive cities of Canada and raises a calamity howl that Canada is enticing the best farmers of the United States to settle in the 'western provinces through its dry-farming pro- paganda and the publicity that is be- ing given the Dry-Farming Congress. The article is one'of the best pub- licity notices that has corne out of the middle west, and will prove of par- ticular interest to the bankers of Canada as indicating the trend of thought of the trade journals. H is reproduced here in full, follows: "Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, has a most enterprising publicity bureau, it has promoted an International Dry- j Farming Congress, to lie held there I next October, and the world is invited. Particularly, however, is a warm in- vitation extended lo the enterprising fanners of the middle states of th-a U. S. A. There will be a line program on agricultural topics by high-class men, and we are led to applaud the enterprise which has taken root in Alberta. The. governors of Uie states in the U.-H. A. have been requested to send delegates, and they are responding actively. Governor IJeneen of Illinois has appointed ;17 representative farmers and bankers to go lo Alberta as delegates to this con- gress. Exploiting the possibilities of Cann-dian wheat lands to these 37 representative farmers and bankers from Illinois is, of course, only inci- dental, but when the 37 get. back homo they will exploit Canadian wheat fields to other good fanners and bank- ers, and it is reasonable to expect an exodus of 'representative fanners' from Illinois to buy and settte, or urge their sons or neighbors lo raise wheat In Alberta. As the publicity bureau says: "The Dry-Farming Congress teach- es farmers to conserve moisture by Intelligent cultivation, educates them hi soil culture nnfl seed selection and guides the Inexperienced settler In the adoption of farming methods that bring the highest attainable profits for their labor.' (ho boat farmers fvom the United Slates to Inspect C.iuada, Let them come M with tholr au-d hear a. prograni that ex- cites the imagluatiou and fires the am- iiH.inn and incidentally -many will leave their homes and aid the up- building Camumn wheat fields "But what will Illinois gain m send- ing its best class-ibf farmers as set- tltrs to Canada? good will it, do Illinois to havfj, these settlers know, the secrets of agriculture when they abandon. Illinois? "Governor Hawley-of Idaho has se- lected "twenty-seven leading farmers' to accompany, to the congress; Spokane sends its live wealthiest ranchers and largest land owners, and possibly a -dozen other governors will send delegations to get the Canadian fever and abandon their farms in the middle west. "We take off our hat to that spot on the map, Lethbridge, when it induces governcrs to send leading farmers and bankers to Canada in a program to build up Canadian farms at the ex- pense of farms in Illinois, Kansas, In- diana and Ohio, and other middle states. The Dry-Farming Congress will teach many agricultural secrets, but, most of all, It will impress the 'Call of Canada' on the leading farm- ers? and hankers, and ranchers and richest land owners of the wheat- growing states of the U. S. A." WILL BUILD A FINE BIG BLOCK FOUR STOREY OFFICE BUILDING TO BE BUILT AT MACLEOD- LOCAL MEN INTERESTED Sept. four-storey building, fronting on both Twenty- fourth street and Third avenue, would make a-vast difference in the appear- ance of the lown. This is, one of the probabilities of the near future. In fact, practically all the arrangements have been mnite for the construction of such a block. If sufficient tenants can be secured to 'warrant the erec- tion of the building, its erection will be proceeded with delay, R. 0. MacDonnell and lion, Malcolm Mac- Kenzfo are the men behind the scheme. The proposed block will have a front age on both Twenty- fourth street and Third avenue. l.t will occupy the full lot, Ctfxflfl. LURE OF THE WEST Halifax, Sept. R Carroll, II.P., of (.'ape HrHou South, one of the bust known barristers of Cape Uroton, is en route to Saskatoon, where proposes to sol tie and practice hi w, Swift Current, Sasb., Sept. 2i The substantial development of PROBABLE PEER WEDS CREE GIRL the Swift Current district is well reilcct- eii iu the records oi the building in- spector which show permits the past year aggregating close to a liaH-milrj lion dollars in value. It is also! ROMANTIC STORY FROM THE NORTHERN WILDS OF CAN- ADA Hint time must be nearly first the list and he stated that fact thft commanding nflicor. The were searched and Travers found be right. He was allowed to leave. "Travers returned to his home in Urn north and took up the life oi 3 trapper, hut a great change had over the country. Many ehecakkjul (tenderfeet) had come in and thesH white people, unlike the old-tunerHj Edmonton, Alta., .Sept, closed their doors against, the ling ami hunting big game and fishing man and his native wife. In lanq pointed out that over half a hundred! upper reaches oMhe Teace where he Had once been popular bo houses have been built outside district in the mysterious, .sil-j now found himself looked upon expectant north country, accom-j disfavor by tin: newcomers. Fo< town limits during the same period. In spile of this record building ac- tivity there is not a vac-ant residence or. business house to he found in the town and the tour hotels are con- stantly crowded to their utmost ca- pacity. There are said to he about panied by his yomig a full-blood-1, months he braved the coldness cd Indian, acknowledged to the i most, beautiful woman of the t-r.ee tribe, and thuir child, is y, man who will eventually tie a'peer of the lirit- isli nobflitv. Me is known as Trav- 135, new buildings now in comsc educated and accomplished, construction ;-and tour new wholesale tte .story of the houses are now locating here in ad- dition to the five already established. In proportion to population Swift Current now ranks third in building among Canadian cities. During-; the present year sidewalk construction in Swift Current will amount to 000 while the outlay for 1913 is ex- pected to reach double that figure. The fact that during the season just past over these packed, hie world-' ly belongings and with his wife and child travelled farther into tho north where creed und colon do not matter." .scion of- nubility, who is now squaw-man, as it was told by a pio- iHicr of the district, visiting in Kd- monton, the Capital says in its cur- rent issue "Travers was one of those unfor- tunates known in the old country among the higher classes ay 'a young- er son. DR. NESBITT RECOVERING Toronto, Sept. Beattie Nes- bitt'is recovering his 'health suffici- ently to be able to leave the1 hospital next week, when ho will resume hia occupancy of his Granvllle street resi- dence, and take up work In his la.bor-. atory, which lias been newly fitted up. Mrs. Nesbitt, is ill Sftiskoka, closing up their summer cottage for the win- When 16 'years of age his bushels of wheat1 familv him t0 Sout.h rica, where, he served five years in tho tu have been handled here is taken as a reliable basis for future estimates, i Wfles._Heturn, conservatively stated at nt bushels yearly as the potential out-j .se put of the district. ter, and she will return to Toronto the end of the The Doctor's trial in connection' England the Farmers Bank will he held, early in November. DEATH OF SAMUEL JAKES Merrickville, Sept. -Takes, pOKtmaKter and general mer- chant, died suddenly this morning, aged eighty years. The late .Mr. Jakes was engageu in the mercantile business here for the past fifty-aevnn years, and was postmaster for nearly forty years. DEATH OF A. M. McKINNON Guelph, Sept. deatb took place hero tpduy from paralysis of A. M. MacKinnon, master in chancery and registrar of the High Court of Justice. The late Mr. MacKinnon was sixty years of ago, and was born in Erin township. The destruction of the house fly is a public duty. Almost every American State Board of Health is carrying on a cniuade against him. His filthy origin and habits, and the fact that his body is generally laden with disease-producing germs, makes him one of the greatest ene- mies of the human race. If the housekeepers of Canada will WILSON'S FLY PADS persistently, this peril will be tre- mendously led upon him. The years spent wild free life of- the veldt had awakened the wanderlust in his and after a. week at home Travers was niKv more ocean-bound, this time for Canada. "Arrivinic in Edmonton he joined the Royal Xor.t-h-WesJ; Mounted Po- lice, and was shortly assigned to a post in the north country. Travers proved himself a splendid onicer, so invaluable that his superiors for a long time overlooked his failing forj liquor. Hut finally he was sent far- ther north, whore then1 is no liquor nor while woman. "There lie came, almost daily in con- tact with Indians and breeds in! ago I wa fact, they were his only companions, and being a man with red blood in his. veins he fell to the charm ot an Indian girl, who, according to white trades in the country, is the most beautiful woman in the remote re- gion. "Within the last year tire clergy be- gan to go into tl'.c upiH-T count n more frequently lhan iieloiT and one oi the newer kind, who failed un- derstand the wavs of the north, rais- SheWasAr What Saved Her From An Operation. Upper Sandusky, years married and went to house- keeping. I wns not feeling well and could hardly drag myself along. I had such tired feelings, my back ached, my sides ached, I had bladder trouble aw- fully had, and I could not cat or sleep. Ihad headaches, too, and became almost a ner- vous wreck. My doc- tor told me to go to a hospital. I did cd his voice against Travers and his not like that idea very, well, so, when I common-law wife. Travers and the saw your advertisement in a paper, I native woman xvrre married shortly' wrote to you for advice, and have done as i ii rt t t0'" mc- I have taken Lydia E. aiterward the benefit of the Vegetable Compound and c'orsy. j Liver and now I have my health. "Soon after this event Travers, the "Jf sick and ailing women would only mounted policeman, (-amo lo head- know enough to take your quarters wii.li a prisoner, and after delivering his charge he was himself placed under arrest ami lodged in the Ruard-hou.se without his spurs. The .lisgrace of being YashiiTed' fnmr the Mervice faced Tiavt-rs and would have been carried out only for one thing. months previously Trav- rrs had applied to buy himself out of service, and when -hi- faced his Kiipor- BERY, Route 6, Box.18, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. 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