Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
aturday, Anjyiwt ft, 1012 INSURES PERFECT BAKING RESULTS CONTAINS NO ALUM iiiKiiMiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiuuniiiiiB '.GIjJtiBTT, MADE IN CANADA New Light Young housekeepers have dis- covered what the older .ones have Kiiown for many, many is the secret to all good baking. It never varies. Ask Your Grocer for It THE .LETHBRIPGTS DAILY HERALD' For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. I to contract; for-i- Butter Will pay casb and the market price. Write to F.1 412-9IH St. S. Lethbridge. TOO. GREAT .TO UNDERTAKE London, Aug. a question by Joseph-King, Lib- oral member for Noiith Somer- set, in the House of today, Premier Asqnith stated that the difficulties In tlie way of creating a uniform marriage law for the whole Empire were too great for the government. to undertake it. 6HQT HIS FRIEND; THOUGHT HIM ANIMAL Edmonton, Aug.. 'some wild animal was trying to get Into his-cabin, a loborer o ntlie G. T. P erado at Mile 37, fired through the wooden door from his bed last, night 'and the bullet struck Carl Stucken- burs, liis "bnnkie" who was just re- turning from" a'-flshing trill. ''The 'in- aured-man.was brought here for treat- jnenL.. FRECKLES New Drug that Quickly Removes These Homely Spots There's no longer tbe slight- est need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as a new othinc-dpublc strength.has been discovered that positively re- moves these Simply get. one ounce of otli- Ine-doubln strength from J. D. HiginhothEim ft Co. up- ply a little of ii. at! night, and in. the moniiug you will see that oven tlie worst freckles have disappear, while light' er ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than an ounce Is needed to completely clear the wktn and :galn a beau- tiful clear complexion. -Be sure to ask for the double strength othlnc as this, is sold under guarantee of money hack if it fails to remove' freckles. J. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Ud. DISTRICT NEWS ITOSMEE Hosiner, Aug. Warr, of the C. N. P. Co, Michel, Tvag in town oh '.'Thursday, last, 'bidding adieu to some of his old friends, prior to his trip home -to England. We understand that some changes are taking place In the management of Gabara Bros., of. tills, town, but .still, remains in control of the business. Miss McLeod left on Friday even- -ingVtrain :for a'short.vacation at Her; old town of. Coleman. Dr. Corson, of Fernie, was roum up the C. P. R. employees.on Wednee day, with a view, txrgetting.them clnated, as a'- precaution ag; typhoid. WRECKAGE IN BOW OF EMPRESS FIFTY-SIX TONS HAVE BEEN TAK- EN AWAY FROM WRECK SINCE IT OCCURRED Quebec, Aug. InvusUgntloh Into the Empress-Helvetia collision came to a close at noon today. Wreck Commissioner said ho had 'no idea where judgment would be rendered, as it would require a isk at least to have the evidence transcribed. Cnpt. Lindsay left for Father Point IhlK afternoon on busi- ness and will return to Ottawa on Saturday. He does not know whether, judgment will be rendered in Quebec or at Ottawa. At the resumption ol tlie inquiry today Captain Walsh, marine superintendent nl the Cana- dian Pacific, was called and told :pf the damage which the. Impress had suffered from the collision. Me also explained that 'in his opinion tlie position of thc; Empress was not al- tered by the impact, as the Helvetia was resting on the how of the 15m- ircss. He staled since the Em- is reached port 56 tons uf tlie Islvetia's wreckage was taken from the hole in tlie bow ol the Empress. CAN PRACTICE IN ANY PROVINCE CANADIAN PROVINCES ADOPT: A VERy 'IMPORTANT MEDICAL LEe'lSLAfiON Ottawa, Aug. reciproc- ity throughout Canada is now assured as a result of all the provinces having accepted by concurrent legislation the Canada Medical Act. The act was passed in after many years of agitation and tie over- coming' of much opposition'. Briefly stated, the act provides for'a Domin- ion medical council, and enables -any physician, certified by it, to practice in any province' of tbe Dominion. Heretofore, there have been separate provincial councils, and a doctor, in Quebec, for instance, could not prac- tice In Ontario without passing a arate examination. I The new council is .to be .composed of three members residing: in ent'provinces, tp bejappointed by-the pornlhion represent- ing each province, one from each uni- versity or medical school having an arrangement with a university for.-con 'erring degrees in 'and three, representing the homeopatn'ics. The terni of office will be four years. Range Talks by the Housekeeper No. 1. Subject "The Appearance of a Range" "It's nonsense to say that the-housewife does not prize a beautiful may as well say that a .woman does not prize a nice home. Most women like beautiful like every room in the house to reflect their good taste. "Show me a woman's kitchen and I will tell you what the rest of her house is the kitchen is spick and span; if there is a beautiful range there, you can rest assured that the lady is the mistress of a well ap- pointed home, not necessar- ily a. lavishly furnished home, but a home is tidy and clean; as beautiful as the family treasury can afford to have it. "The first thing a woman notes about a range is its. ap- pearance. You cannot evade. that fact, you cannot afford to ignore it. The appearance pf a range is of great import- ance, to every and i our biggest range makers know it. "For instance, look at this stands out closer mands investigation, "And yet, the beauty of the 'KOOTENAY' Steel Range is quiet and refined showing, real artistic merit on the part of the designers. "The nickel adornments are famed 'Duplex' nickelling process makes for lasting beauty. Combine this with beautiful, smooth, burnished surfaces of'this range that .stay as smooth as pol- ished and you ily realize why delighteid users .call the'KOO- TENAY" Steel' Range beautiful oft ranges. Yet, the.' TEN AY'is. easily kept clean because the carving is and bold: none of that superfine- tracery which is such a heart- breaking feature of ranges and so difficult to-tclean. do not say that a beautiful appearance is the important essential but it is of primary' importance, because we note it first. The Oven is the important the subject of our next talk. And you can take it for granted, that the Oven of the 'KOOTENAY' is in keep- ing with its handsome appearance." LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG MSClaryS VANCOtTWK ST. JOHN, N. HAMILTOK CALGAET Candidates for examination may elect ammed in either MOTORCYCLE CARRIES OFFERS A HAY BUNCHER FLOWERY PLAINS Word comes from Great Falls tha Mr. and .Mrs. ,1. B. Morau of 30-G-i who are at present living at Ui.e Fall are tile parents of a young homestead er some time ago. Mr. Moratt w. called .there suddenly on aceouat o the dangerous illness of'hie wife. W are glad to state tint she is now thoroughly recovered. The second native.of .6-9 put in hi ppearance Sunday in the shape of a young eon of Mr. Wilson. He ha lie distinction of being the only mali native of our township. A union! Sunday school was organ zed-in Flowery Plain school last Sun lay with int and S. Grjonnston secretary-treas urer. The teachers .are to be chosen iy tiro superintendent. A vote for and agftinst'the organiza municipality here to e known, as Flowery Plain No. 33 will be taken on'Tuesday Aug. 20. The embraces town hips 4, .6 and 6 in aud 9 G. Johnston is returning officer. J.-'Stuori cutting inter wheat on 'Tuesday. Harvest- ng will he general.here in about two >v C. A. vyilson'-was appointed trustee f PioweryrPliln S. D..in place of S Johnston who resigned in order to each the school. lien Foster had the misfortune to so a valuable driving horse last Sun- iy. He, was coming home from town mi had 'another horse .tied behind the uggy when the latter got frightened nd bolted. It un'sef. the buggy throw- ig tho driving horse .down with such tree ns to.injure it so'badly that it led in a fe'w houri. MORE LAND FOR PROSPECTORS Toronto, Aug. Ontario gov- ernment has decided to open; to pros- pectors on August 20, acres of land iu the Gillies limit, lying south of tbo portion already disposed of and east of Ilia Montreal river. The ter- ritory thrown open is of doubtful min- eral value..- HE'GROWERS OF WESTERN RYE. GRASS CAN COMPETE FOR THIS USEFUL FARM MACHINE The dry-farmer who exhibits the bcsL" sheaf of western rye grass (agro pyram teneram) at the International Dry-Fanning Congress Exposition here next October, will be awarded: a Walker hay buncher, a most valuable machine on any dry-latin. This prem- ium was donated by the Walker Manufacturing company of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and will he delivered rec to the winner anywhere in the United States or Canada. FarniGrs who growing western eye should send to J. W.'lVfc- chairman exposition comniit- .ce, for premium list and entry blaiik. COUPLE TO WEDDING HAD JUST HEARD Of HIS WIFE'S DEATH Calgary, Aug. two hours after hearing of his wife's demise, "laude 'Whitmore, of Winnipeg, wai ground to death under a Canadian 'acific train in the yards here todii'y.' Orcat Falls. Aug; motorcycle trip to Fort Bctiton, a midnight mar- riage, and a motorcycle honeymoon jouriaey back to Great Falls was the culmination of the motorcycle court- shipHo Jliss Loris M. .Gervais, form- erly stenographer for the Ryan.Mer- cantile company, and a daughter o, Mr.-and Mrs. Louis H. Gervais, 510 Seventh avenue north, last Saturdaj' night became the bride, of K; Schmidt, cashier for Crane Ordway. The scene of A colt with seven feet, was .born on he farm of Richard Moore in Oxford ownship, who has refused for IS on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to :hat proud emin- ence Alberta's i es t Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your, gro- cer knows him. the marriage ceremony was :the Grand Union hotel at Fort Benton, .and the hour was midnight last. Saturday night. A two-cylinder motorcycle'jbuill lor two figured prominently in the mar- riage episode, lor it was upon such a machine that the bride and groom mAiJc the trip iron? Great Falls to Fort Benton, the bride perched upon a specially provided seat-above the rear wheel, where she had ridden so often before, and the groom in iron in the saddle manipulating the ban die-bars and throttle. A sleepy pastor and a drowsy' clerk also: figured in the ilcnounement oi the motorcycle romance. Rev. J. I-I Chestnut, pastor of the. Episcopal church, of-Fort Bentou, was sum- moned at midnight from his bed to the hotel to read the marriage lines, and Clerk of the Court Boyle was aroused from his slumbers at an ear- lier hour to issue the..marriage per- mit. Such were the hymeneal rites which made Edward H. Schmidt and Miss Loris Gervais man and wife. On. Sunday morning, 'tlie' bride 'and groom again mounted their motor- cycle anil returned to Cheat Falls. Today they arc at home at 1001 Sixth avenue north. Mr. Schmidt and Miss Gervais were.to have been mar- at the home of the bride's parents. Wedding announcements to that eflccl, had been sent to relatives uml friends. But Ihe bridal couple dis- liked ceir-imuiy and didn't want to he fussed over by the family circle, so they look iiic avenue of nscapc of- fered by the motorcycle and decided to IJR married nuicliy and in the man- ner of tlinir own choosing far away from friends anil relatives. Friends and relatives were grpnlly surprised to' find the couple missing Saturday night and more surprised when the; returned .Sunday, married four days ahead of time. On Saturday evening, Mr. Schmidt obtained a wedding permit froni Clerk of the Court Harper in Great Falls, witli a view to getting mar- ried that night, but when he reached Fort Benton he found that the Cas- ca'de license was no good in Chouteau county and the necessity of obtaining a. good permit became apparent and caused an immediately appeal .to Clerk Boyle, who. courtcpuslv sentetl to assist -the Gre.lt Falls cou- ple to gain happiness. The two-cylinder motorcycle which did such noble service for Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt is one most cherished possessions. Mr. Schmidt lad been courting his bride for about a year, and -almost every evening they vent for a ride on the .motorcycle, liss Gervais usually wore ;i brown akhi suit, of a stable texture well fitted for cicycle rldiiigj and most Great Falls people are familiar willi the agreeable picture afforded by tbe pair speeding along on the motor- cycle bare-headed and with wind- wind-blown hair astream, Miss Ger- vais rode on a scat just behind the THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY WITH 'SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF, STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have Mfc iefled Canadians since no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada C.P.R. SHOPS WILL SOON BE READY broad back- of the man at the throt-i istomed as she was to riding tie. -Accii on the motorcycle, the long ride lo Fort Benton ami hack was 'only incident to lier. Mrs. Schmidt is 20 vears old and her husband is 22. Edniond Gosselln's 2-year-old child as burned in a fire which destroyed ,he father's house at Quebec. For Feverish Colds Calgary, Aug. 2 a forco men tit work, the Canadian Pac ific Railway is -rapidly pushing to completion the niohster car, shops four sputbeast'o-f '.this city', Th. locomotive repair :shops; covering and one quarter acres of ground, are TO per cent, finished; the coacli repair building per. cent com- plei.'eij. The planing mill, freight car repair slipas, Epundrry and other build- ings nre in various stages of advance- ment, and work has been started on the power house, which will provide horsepower. The 'entire shops will cost about when com- pleted, and'; will employ more than men. A .town for tbe railway employees is springing up like magic around the entrance to big shops. If your dealer cannot supply you. the J. L. Muthleu Co., Sherbrooke, P. Q., box pwtpgld mi rtotlpt a! NO LONGER .UNDER AMERICAN CONTROL Quebec, Aug. redemptorlst order as far ns Canada in concerned, is no longer subject to control from the American mother house at Balti- more, .Maryland. Tliig change has been under consideration for some time past at Rome, was finally decided upon on the Feast Day of St, Alphon- sus, founder of the order, which occur- red on Thursday last, and yesterday the news of the change was cabled to the order in this city. i TEN KILLED IN BAVARIAN DISASTER Bavaria, Aug. 2. workmen -were killed, thirty-five seriously Injured, and five are miBBing, as a re- suit, of the collapse today of, an immense power station nn- der construction here. The en- tire edifice crumpled up and fell, burying seventy-two labor- ers. 4 Mrs. DcGchencs, an old lady of Montreal, looked nil over for her son} and finally found his body in the morgue 550.00 IN CASH PRIZES FOR BEST JBEEAD AT LETHBRIDGE FAIR MADE FROM OUR FLOUR See prfze list of write us for full information ENTRIES FREE The Ellison Milling Co.