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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta fNViMliiesday, Aus'iisi 7. TJTE 3 HIS -r- -Face New Remedy That Removes Freckles or Costs Nothing Hero's a clmiico iMIsu 1'YocklG Knciii to try n now roniodv for rreoklos with the guarantee of a'rollllble dealer that. It will not cost you a poimy unless It the freckles, whlln If It .does slvo you 11' clear complexion, the (jipoiiuo IN trifling. Simply get an ounce of ollilno (ioublo strength' from ,1, D. illg-onhotham Co. and one night's treatment will show you how oasy it la to rid youraolf of iiio homely trecklos and got u beautiful complexion. Ituroly IB more than one ounce -needed for the worst caye. Be auro to ask for .the double strength othlne as this Is the only prescription uold under n guarantee of money back If it fails to 'remove freckles. Higiiibotbam Co., V Accepting Nomination For counted, but what, they would do If entrusted with ulllco and power. There wure two grciat tliiugy to o, one waa to nut up tho rule of justice and right, til such matters an tho grou laak of protiictijig their pr-oplo and rofmni'uua and keeping open (o tho tvholo people tho doors of opportunity. "Our he uaid, "Is not that wicked and designing men liave plot-tod against UB but that our common affaire have been determined on too narrow a view and by too private an initiative. Our task now Is to effcc a great reform and get the forces o.f the whole people once more hi to play. We need no revolution, we need i-o excited change, we need only a new >oint- of view and ii new method and spirit of counsel." "A presidential campaign may easily egeneratf" into a mero personal am test and so lose its real dignity .and significance. There is no indispensable, man. We are as important us the cause we represent. What Ki our cause, tho people's cause; that la easy to say but what does it mean? The common as against any particular interest whatever? Yes, but thai, too leeds translation into acts and polices. We represent tho desire to set j t) a government that ciumot be used a proion Mrs; .1 week in aid Mel'I '.I. W. Union U coast, w lion. The'im a I St. 1 cestershii of Calgar .1 so of C couple Icf or to the 2. Tlie ma Vcstminsl norning L Ri N. J., Aug. (juvonioi Wiltion, of New JerBoy, waa Informed today that ho was chosen by the IJiiltliuoro convention as tho aomliiue for tho Presidency of thu Democratic ticket. Briefly nud Biin liiH nomination by Senator .M Jumo-j, of Kentucky, who emphuHlzot as )ii> Bald that tho Governor has ob tulntxj tho honor, "untrammelled bj obligations, and unembiirraBaetl by af-itliatio-ns of any kind." Though the Governor spoke in acceptance theoretically to tho 50 members of the coniimfteo representing each state and territory lu tho Unitot States, the speech WHB heard by a large Prominent Democratic governors of runny states, their families, members of tho Women's Democratic League and others camo to attend the exercises. From the verandah of the White Houwe where the Governor of New .Jersey is spending this summer, tho nominee delivered his r, f -WAS LOSING HIS EYESIGHT IN JAIL i, Vancouver, U. 0., Aug. 5.-Thomas jWinttehead, secretary of tho I W. w: during their recent striko, tying up Canadian. Northern construction, '.las boon released from' Kuriiloops jail, .jjaftfir serving less than three MILADI 1224 EDITED BY "INO" PHONES; Mrs. W. C. Ives IMS ruturnett from prolonged visit to Montreal. Mrs, .1. JJ. Mulliery is spending the week in the1 guest of Mrs. Don- ald iMci'hec, Husticaiia Cottage. W. Ueattiu, accountant of Union Bunk, left "yesterday For term. He was sent Jdown iu connection with the unsan- jitary condition-oC tho workers' head- vqunrtcrs at Kamloops. ft was found jail that he was going blind.' Whjtehoad is a young fellow of Emoro than average and 'Attorney-General Uowser '.arraiig: to have him cmif home .to his peo- pie1 in; the United' States 't6sfle: if something can he done to save his eyesight. Grouped beneath wide spreading wil- lows and elms were the mofe prom hi- or private purposes either i-n the field )E business or the Held of politics ent guests, hedged in by clumps of government that will not tolerate the PRICE OF- .LEATHER TO GO HIGHER- Montreal, Aug. prominent [Montreal tanner today gaid that there was every probability that leather advance further in a short time. past tan years the price of hides has risen from seven cents a pound to fourteen cents. The reasons for the increase are num- erous. A very largo number of hides are now being used for the uphol- storing of automobiles, and it is reck- oned that over one and a half million hides are annually utilized for 'this purpose. Then, top, the demand for leather'shoes has gro'vvn enormously the past PLEADED NOT GUILTY Regina, Aug. G. Cuttle, in- i spector of Dominion land agencies, was arrested, at Brandon on jurday, appeared" before Macistfate 'Tranb here with mia- of funds in his official capacity, tho specific amount involved in tho charge 'being ?1S. He pleaded not guilty, and was remanded for a week, being in ferns and bushes. The Governor rea from the manuscript. in thanltin Mr'. James and members of tho Not flcation committee, Woodrow Wilso said he accepted the nomination witl a profound sense of responsibility ithey had sUuueu it a score of ;iimes the shark Buceum-bed. It is the first mon- ster of Its kind seen in those waters for m-any years. BORDEN ASKED TO VISIT IRELAND WITH TWO OF HIS MINISTERS HE WAS THE GUEST OF JOHN REDMOND London, Aug. Borden and the Hon. Mr. Peiletier and Hon.: Air. Doherty were guests of John Red- mond at tea in -the House of Com- mons yesterday. Several matters re- lative to Irish trade in Canada were discussed, including the questions of an Irish trade mark, and distinct stut- THREE MILLIONS FROflKAMBLERS ROSE'S STARTLING ADMISSION IN REGARD TO POLICE LIEUT, BECKER OF NEW YORK New'York. Aug. Jack" Rose, the upon whose testi- mony was chiefly 'baaed the indict- ment of Lieut. Becker on the charge of instigating the -.murder of Herman Rosenthal, today furnished District Attorney Whitman, with a written statement disclosing in. detail his his tory 'with relation 'to Becker, as graft collector. Rose, in his confession, reiterates his previous allegation that Becker was one of four high police officers' who collected-.between and yearly from .illegal resorts, and gives a complete table of Wa col- City Solicitor Will See (Continued from front and Boys Find in Clothes at Gents' Suits In a Complete range of Scotch Tweeds and. Worsteds in lioht and dark shades, nmde up in single breasted style, 3 buttons; lined wltu lilgn grade Italian linings, and shape retaining Pants cut semi-peg style with side strap and belt loops Sizes o4 to 44. PRICES RANGE' FROM to Boys' Suits in 3-Piece Style Norfolks and Buster Browns Made from fine quality tweed and worsteds, lined with high grade Italian. Guaranteed to give complete satisfaction Price from to 50 Sizes for of any age Gents' Soft Felt Hats la all tile latest shaped, as. made by the leading hat manufac- turers, including the Well Kum Stetson Hats; all colors, in Fedoras Troopers, Telescopes, etc., prices J2.50 to Gents' Shirts, Negligee Style Made from fine, soft Zephyrs, Cambrics, and French prints. In a beautiful' selection of colorings and made Jii with toft double cuffs and collar, all fast colors. 14 to ]'2 J1.80 Hudson's Bay Co. Matter Is Still Unsettled- Ironworks Application EGYPTIAN COTTON CROP WILL BE GOOD Cairo, Aug. reliable dat already at hand, it ig certain that th cotton crop this year will show considerable in-creage over last year' crop, and the quality will be superior The cotton worm is well in ban and has not done any injury, excep on a trivial reale In a few isolator districts. crop generally ia fully twelve -days' ahead cr' last season's and with the exception of Behera pro vince, where the outlook is not ver good, reports from all points in upper and -lower Egypt are decidedly fav oraible. istics of Irish imports into the Do- minion. Air. Redmond tendered the Canad- ian 'ministers an invitation to visit It-eland. Hon. C. J. Doherty express- erf the .intention of going', and -Mr. Uorden may possibly go. The Premier spent the week-end with Waldorf Astor, M.P. QUEBEC PEOPLE MIGRATING TO WEST' SUSPECTED MURDERER ESCAPED FROM HOSPITAL St. Catbaplnefl, Aug. Bolaan, the Armenian arrested on sus- picion in connection with the murder of a fellow-couritryman, here three weeks-ago, from th counsel, 1 am master of my o'wn Tt had been said that the collectors of defence fund had tried to In- fluence Becker's choice of a" lawyer. District Attorney Whitman is bend- ins every effort today to secure Iden tifications of "Whitey" Lewi's, and "Dago Frank'1 frifico, as two of those who occupied the "murder car" the night that Herman Rosenthal was shot down and slain. William Shapiro, the chauffeur of the car, after looking UJG two suspects over, tremblingly told the public pros- ecutor -Mint lie could uot identify them. that the facts'set forth above substantially true, and that the three men will remain on the payrolls of the city until the report of the judge is received by the council, and KOI action is taken by that body on t findings of the investigation. The Herald also interviewed Chi Gillespie'tin's morning, but he a.c specially not to be quoted. not saying anything until the righ time comes. Chief's Friends "Annoyed However, word comes from the chief's supporters that the actio of the council yesterday is conside ed most unjust by the whole iactio which is siding with the duel in hi present dilemma. They claim that th council has placed most serious c es against) the chief, and have order ed a judicial investigation into thos charges without even word of defence from hearing him. He .wa not given even a preliminary hcarin before Iio is hurried before a hig tribunal to be tried. Such action they claim is, worse than the tveat An arbitration board gave W. C. Reid of Belleville ?501G as the value if his property expropriated by the C. ST. R. which offered -----THE----- BROWN BETTY TEAJROOMS Business Lunch at 40 cents served daily At the Sign of the Teapot Cor. 3rd Ave. and Fifth Street incut which would he accorded th lowest criminal. The charges an hanging over the chief's am whether the investigation is held ,to nvorrow or two months hence, measure ot relief is afforded in the meantime. "We have our case said one man in setting forth the chief's and we are ready on moment's notice to go before thi judge, and clear our man. What should have been done in this matter was what was suggested by Mayor i latch yesterday: The council should have met in police committee, and icard sulh'cient of the evidence to en- ilile them to decide whether or not this case should have gone further. If we had had that sort of opportun- ity, I am confident the chief would have been cleared on the spot, and tho matter need not have gone any further." Detective Kpjan and Inspector Silli- jkcr will remain in the city until af- ter the investigation, ami already I have a formidable array of evidence lined up to support the charges in- Gtigalcd by them. They stated this morning; however, that no matter what the outcome of the investiga- tion they would never consider re- m.iining on the Lctbbddge police force. scutative of the Wood, Grimily bond brokers, submitted a new'ou'ei for the uhole of the city's bond is sue. On consideration, the council was not inclined to acccp the olter. The bond--house.reprelieiita- tive will be quoted certain prices the whole and also a pait of tho issue, and if satisfactory, the eit) may wiLhm a dajs ef- fect a sale ol its bonds which will put the matter oi finances in the, back- ground for a few months at least. .T. Aird Murray, who was retained by the city at great expense, as con- sulting engineer tor the sewage dis- losal plant, will not likely have any- thing further to do with the con- struction of the plant. The experi- ence of tlit, citv with tiiii) particular ticce of work has not, so far, inch larticularly pleasing. works and property committee hrduirht.ilown i report lecinnmunding that, If pos- iiblc, the city's contract with Mr ilurray be closed, and further -coia- Missions ,-The- contract Jo lacing inc clinkeis m ilia filtratioi uds calls for the use of two only oi lie three filters Two, ihp cngmeei dvises, arc sufficient to meet" the, ssfble to undertake special work as the construction of special d repair part s for nc, car and other machinery, the mpany to handle the goods for the manufacturing firms in the cast. this end, the company, through managing director, C, B. Ma- ath, today addressed a communica- on to Uie city council setting forth its desire tor a larger site, and ask- ing that the council make a propo- sition whereby the company may se- cure an eight acre site m the Indus- trial centre, exemption from taxation for ten jetirs, with a fixed assess- ment for the nevt ten years on tha basis of land values, ouly also such concession', as tho city may soe fit to grant in the matter of charges for electric light, power, water, etc Op motion by Aid. Skeitu, it was decided to call a meeting of the Council anil tho Board of Trade cvccutne at which Mr. Mugrath will be asked to he present, and ver- bally make hfs> request The Council fully m accord with the plan of makuig ei ery possible to home industries, and at the meeting jronosed the whole matter will be 'uliy decided The council wishes to .ake some steps as soon as possible :o get some industries located on In- dustrial Centre. Only One Appeal There was only one appeal against he local improvement tax notice re- en tly sent out by the city. R .ppealed against bemr assessed for iradfng, claiming that it had never een dout The enpnering depart lent clafmi that the gradjht waa com1 leted jiccQr44n? to local improve icnt bylaw, and tie appeal wai fift ntertataed The stables' report lor the month of lay showed that under the new Hviwy ystem of running the stables, taut epartraent.had-.a credit ;balanct of tSG fur the month. A letter was read from A. W. Pool; ty clerk ot Regina, expreulng the tanks of the Mayor and citizens Eot the-generous donation of-f 1000 to the Regina relief fund made by the city of l.ethbridge. J'H Fleetwood, until recently sup" crmtendent of Waterworks will (in future report to the secretary-treas- urer. The council will ask tile City So- licitor for legal advice regarding the pofjsioility of letting- aside temporar- ily jhe fire bylaw, BO that temporary cafes may be erected ..during the next two months, as they believe that there will be need of. ail temporary, cafei possible to that time. ;