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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta XilU LIOTIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD The Experienced Cook ''I use Chairman Smith'ers' Solu- tion of Problem Facing StnlUi- eia, chairman of tlio Grand Trunk arrived in Montreal today from .New York accompanied by Mr. 15. ,1. Cham- berlain. He .will leave tonight for Chicago on his- final inspection of the system. Prom Chicago he will' go i' Winnipeg and the coast. Alberta's Best is Baiting Pow- He will visit Prtacu Rupert and go i_i ovor tl10 llnes being constructed cast der whole- Or uiat point. lite visit win last two some, dependable right in months. Mr. Smituers declares' the only trouble was the labor question'. Tile company is now making efforts to got laborers from the old country. "It aeeiuB to mo" he snld, "that all the provincial governments' railways unite in some scheme for more labor in Canada." Alberta's Best Baking Powder be- cause I know from actual test that it never fails me." too, will find it invaluable. TO GET LABOR CHIEF DEMANDS AN FROM OLD IMMEDIATE INQUIRY quality and right in price. Ask your grocer for it. BROWN BETTY TEA ROOMS Business Men's Lunch at 40 served daily At the. Sign of the Teapot: Cor. 3rd Ave. and Fifth street ANOTHER RURAL .MUNICIPALITY Pursuant to a petition for- wanted to the Minister of Jinn- fairs -at 'Alberta, nolle- es have been posted announe- ing a poll to be bold on Satur- day, August 10, to determine whether or not the following area shall .'he organized into a as provided by tbe Rural Municipality Act, namely: Townships A, 5, and G Jn Ranges 1C, 1-7 and 18, west. of the Fourth Meridian. TJie polline places are -as .follows. At T. W.-Mayb.eiTy's, Warner School House, Tyrell's Lake School House, New Dayton School House, Kessler School House, aiMr'at A. Kessler's. NO TOLLS FOR SHIPS OF U.S. IS ADVOCATED BY SENATORS IN PANAMA CANAL DISCUSSION Washington, 'Aug. Panama Vanal Bill was taken up by the, Sen- ate today. Senator Hrandege said ho irdposed to keep it continually be- ore that body for final action. Sena- or Thornton, in the opcn- ng speech, said that" the United States bad tbe undoubted right under lie British treaty to exempt Ameri- an coastwise trade irom the jiay- lent of tolls. Senator Jones, o! 'ashiugton, also advocated the re- ra'ssion of lolls to American ships, he United States has assumed an litigation for the neutrality of tbe Inal, said Senator Jones, and it Objects to The Charges Hanging-Over His Head At two o'clock tills afternoon the city council went into session an a committee in Mayor Hutch's ofllce. and at 2.30 when none of the council anijenred in Uio council clmmbur, It was' rumored thut tlio council meeting for today had boon called off. City Solicitor'BaH, however, was not in at- tendance at the special committee, so it Is safe to assume that police mat- ters were not on the topics. The matter Snura financial .one and at 3.30 the council filed In to take up the regular routine business. During the long wntt C.'F. Harris was in the council chamber for the purpose of meet life the council on matters connected whli the pending police enquiry. To the press repre- sentatives impatiently awaiting the rival of the council, he stated his rea-l sons for wishing to address the eil at this time. "The charges hanging over my he said, "KIT too serious to brook any further delay in arranging for liearing the evidence we may wish to bring in rebuttal to the charges. It ir. most unfair to Tiim under the cir- cumstances and I wish to address the council along these lines." "The Chief is not talking for pub- Ication, for the reason that I have ad- viuod him to follow that course. In do- HO, ho IB taking' a common sense and at the Wine legal eouim" "In due deference to (ho council he did not wish to miiltc any statemenls which might prejudice the council in any action they might wish to lake, and it wan simply that the Chief's pos- ition might be tmule public before the council that 1 tun appearing this after- The Chief's counsel further stated that he would have no difficulty In dis- posing of the charges before the coun- cil ,or, any tribunal they might wish to investigate the charges. He also Intimated that uftor the pres- ent controversy is settled the Chief might consider it wise lo take legal action, uot against the council, but against other persons mentioned In the present embroglio. Hotson, Leader Goode Get Contract The Works and Property commit- tee recommended 'that the contract for placing the tons or clinkers In the sadfmeiitation basins of the sewage disposal works be awarded to Hotson, Leader Gpode, on a for account basis, the contractors to re- ceive a 15 per cent, advance on the actual cost of placing the clinkers. Tage 0 A Half Day's Sale {From .8 o'clock till 1, bargains will change at a-rapid rate. They Cheap Paving further recommended new contracts be called- for the pav- ing of the lanes in the business dis-' trlcts, the paving to be of concrete, with a smooth surface, Other minor recommendations 'were contained Ui Works and Property committee's re- port. Emma Larson's Body Recovered (Continued from front fruitless and after two or three weeks during which time dilige-nt enquiries were made in every direction, the mat- ter was practically dropped. The un fortunate woman was well known Taber, having worked as a domestic various times during the years, and when the body CAN'T BE CONTENT AWAY FROM SEA f _j__'......... Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. f. Weikman, of Palmyra, Jiarlier on the Titanic, who was res- cued hours iwatcr'is -unable to content himself inshore, Weikman said after being saved thai he would not go to sea again, but he has arranged to'resume old duties as chief barber and will from on Ihc'Lusitania (tomorrow. has been cross- ing liic_ ocean for a number of years and says thai: when he is on land he, is, like a'.fish out of water. "After he declared last night, "an accident liko the Titanic's may fiever' occur again, and I think I will frisk it anyway." j an hardly be held, therefore, that ie equal treatment guaranteed to ther nations applies; to Ibis nation. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN IS' HAVING TROUBLE Q.uebec, Aug. C: P. it. liner Empress' of Britain was to have left today for England, but there is still something to :be_done to her and she wili'nbt sail before tomorrow'morn She will carry freight and TIO passengers. 'It 'Is stated that the ers, and some of the stewards ou the Empress of Britain will re-fuse to sail la tomorrow at daybreak unless they are granted a month's extra wages. It is said ithat they claim that the ship is not seaworthy. there was found there was little trouble in identifying the remair.3, although they were iu an advanced state of decom- position taken out of the river. The deceased was Swedish by birth, and was 42 years of age. The. case ha-3 been turned over to the Mounted Police, and It. in an in- quest will be held. In tbe meantime .T.. C. Funnan has been notified of the finding of the remains ,us he express- ed the wish that if the body were found that he be apprised of the fact that be might take charge. The Recovery of the Body.- Taber, Aug. boy while gath- ering kindling on the river- bottom this afternoon about, a mile down the river from the'C. V. Ranch founJ.tho dead body. a woman lying on' a sandbar. lie carried to liis who came into town and ih- EMPEROR'S FUNERAL NOT UNTIL SEPT. Tokio, Aug. Funeral' arrangements for' the late- Em- peror Mutzuhito, who died July 30, have been completed. The date ot the funeral cere- mony at Tokio has been fixed for September 13, and the in- terment is i.o take place at Momoyamot, September 14. CLARKE CO. The Ladies Store. Phone 453. Acadia Block. Medium Weight Underwear For late Sum- merandEarly Fall Wear An advance shipment just to hand containing DRAWERS AND COMBINATIONS In white' and natural tio-Js in white and natural colors in...just, the best weights nnd qualities to suit present' needs! 25c. Vests and Drawers............... White and natural colors, medium exceptional' rallies. VesH and Drawers................ Fine finish, shown in white and oieam only; special value. Ladies' Fine Union Suits White, p'e.un .andiuiUirnl colors, new Klosod TCrotoh style. in 11 ormed the police. ChicE Bullock, ac- companied by Dr. drove to the spot and found that the woman lad been drowned for probably two months or more, the body being noth- ing but skin and bones, apparently having been exposed to the sun for several weeks. The woman appears to be about 30 years old. She was dressed in a blue duck with a flower- ed border. She had on a white cotton blouse with a detachable collar. The skirt apparently had a black or blue vertical sleeve ami appeared to he a man's shirt, as it was much too largo around the neck, and was fastened over with a safety pin. She hart on a while common underskirt and a white j Mtton combination with black stock- ugs pinned to the combinations with NEGROES ARE VERY WARM WORKED. UP OVER DECISION OF THE PROGRESSIVE CREDEN- T1ALS COMMITTEE Chicago, Aug. second day of -the' Progressive National Conven- tion opened -'with ji well-defined fight over the negro 'question, vielng for first interest; with. Col. Roosoveltt's delivery of his "confession of faith" to hlB Progressive cause. .1 Some of tlie delegates declared that ie elimination of the northern negro rom participation-in ithe formation of the new party would become the para- mount issue of the cpnvantion. East- em negroes joined with their broth- ers from the- south ot certain things in at' occurred at an all- .night meeting of the credentials com- mittee, when the lost of the southern negro delegates were barred from the floor of the convention in a close vote by members of; the committee. Th-a vote stood 17 to 16'against ihe ne- groes from Mississippi, and immediate- ly Julius T. Mitchell, of Rhode Island, and other negroes joined in crying that the deciding ballot in the vote had been cast by a questionable proxy in Fairly sputtering with Indignation, the, negroes announced -they would carry tthe matter to Col. Roosevelt for a personal ruling on the point. The votes on the Mississippi casej came in a secret session of the com- mittee at three o'clock this morning. A few hours after, 'both white and' negro ffom 'Florida hud been barred from the convention. Spend a Dollar in the Boot Dept and Save Two Men's White Girls' AVliile Shoes........ Girls' Gun Metal Straps .Children's Bed Shoes Girls' Dongola Box Calf Boots Girls' Box Calf Gents' Half Hose Can Be Bought at 3 Pairs GENTS' HALF HOSE Made from fine quality Lisle Thread in plain colors, tan, giieeu, blue, black, pink; also tan and black lace lisle, embroidered and striped Smart effective.hose for low shoes; sizes 9y2 to Li in; Ecgular value 50c per pair; Wednesday special, 3 pairs Scotch Ginghams at 10c Yd. On.; Wednesday morning only, 8col eb Ginghams in all colors, plaids, checks, stripes, etc., a complete range of real good 15c values for lOc. Ladies' Black Sateen Un- der Skirts at 75c These are made from a good durable quality mercerized sateen, fast blues; have a deep ahir- red dust, flounce and two naftt ruffles at bottom; would be.considered good value in the regular way at. WEDNESDAY MORN- o.t Gafry Tlio engagement is announced ot Lionel De Rotlischild, M.T and Ma rie Louise, youngest daughter oi Mmc I Kdtnond Uecr, of .Paris, and sister of Biironp.Ks Holiert ;Dn RothsclnJiI. Li- onel .Vjnthan DC Hothschild was born cnt the pastor of .'Stanley Street j Church, Montreal, having lately re- signed the position of Superintendent of Presbyterian Missions in AlborU, and is well'known in LeUAndgc, flnd throughout Western Canada. Reid is a returned, niissionaiy Tndn and is also Mipun in lountr) haling Canada in, on a lecturing tqur in jn- ayiancc ou this measure, io.csl of Toieign Missions TAFT LIKELY T9 VETO BILL Washington, Aug. 3tee! stariff bill today received ttw' Kgnatnres or Clirk ing President Bacon of tbe Sfu w MIL to President Till ier his tlon. This is the flrst at revision bills QADStd by tic progressive ate to reach the chief .executive. 'aiid" close friends of the ei the conviction fchtt Ht wiil into i, cause no inveetlgation.lof the infti try has by thft upon which to base scientific tariffl revision t An tl'tempt the conferees on ito excise tariif kill to reach ail ajieeaent on that measure Ww'not. orer'an- conference committee adjounwd un- til tomorrow. It is tint the Democrats of the Honie have not 1 fallen in the plans of the Calgin Neus-Telegram Mr and MANAGER OP SIXAIN OROWERS CHAIN CO. Winnipeg, Aug. J. Liudamy, of of fr.orl Retire and residents. of Film IMrt The presentation oi in l882 and sits in tim Uouse of these several views occupied the coin- mission until adjournment at, two b'Qlqck. this afternoon and the case will continue nil day with small pros nions for the "Aylesbury division of of lluaiingtttn 5Jue- Gram Co, WJn- bee, who hwe been in thp city for the I general few toda> for SB- manager of the elevator system of tbe A Gralp Growers' Grain Co, which _ i i '-includes eleYRtbrn taken over from the known to govwnlnent and a Wft ler man, as (be popular Icctuier and au-( mlnal elevator at thc of tlle tiiorrss, Laura Rose, of Guelpb, Out. For some years'she has been con- nected with tbe Ontario Agricultural ____............... At the First Baptist church this pect of a ruling until thc commis- evening a reception will. be tendered sioncrs.have had time to consider thc mttsS'of evidence submitted. Baking Bread The'Choice of tlio yeast is one of the items. White Swan Yenst G.nkcu are nmile by the m6st fiuccessfnl dry yeast wheat In Canada. Order a 6c package from your grocer, or eonti for free sample, "White Swan Spices Cereals, Limited, Ontario, Rev. A. C. Watson and wife by the congregation. The public is invKeti lo attend. Mr. Watson has made a host- of friends since taking charge of this church. Cliiresholtn fli. C, T. b'. arc not forgetful of Ihe sick without the lim- its of llicir lovn. .Yesterday the Lolhhriflgc W. U. T. U. received by college and has lectured .in MacDon- ald hall on different' branches of do- inestic Stevens has also been actively connected with the Wo- I nien's Institute work throughout Can- ada. In British Columbia ly she is well known, having spent i several seasons in work in thai prov-j ince. Mrs, is on the program for j the International Women's congress wliinli js lo tnkf; place in I.cthbridge in Oclnhor. Table Silver Grace, beauty and qutlityl are all combined in lilvor articles marked This brand, known as "Silver Plate tlmt Wean" is made in the heaviest grade of plate. There are many deiigns from i Which -to cliuo MM kjr m. ;