Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
I August. THE 1JATLY HERALD ECONOMICAL MOVE COLLEGE TO MANITOBA CITY AND DISTRICT Five Drunks Before P. M. Five -drunks appeared before Police Beiitloy wt police court tills morning.' wore, tliamlssod with a caution. Tho other two paid the costs of tho. court. Dismissed with Caution A. Naismith, who yesterday appear- ed in police court, charged, with driv- ing his auto without light, pleaded guilty this morhjiig' and was disinl-a- oed with a. cauton. Automoble own- ers will he closely watched by the police for ionic time to .see that all traffic rules are obeyed, thus avoid- ing serious accidents when, the street cars commeaoe operations. QUEBEC INSTITUTION BANNED BY BISHOPS, LIKELY TO CHANGE LOCATION Ottawa, Aug. Is rumored in ecclesiastical circled horn tlmt the pi'leula of the college of SI. Marie D' ..Moiitiolr, who suspended on au- count of the refusal to submit thorn- selves to the dictation of Mgr. Bnich- esl, und'Uishoi) Bernard, and insisted n rebuilding their burned college at St. John, have decided to leave .the >rovincu altogether and locate the in- stitution In the province of Manitoba, "'lie action i-3 taken, on account of tho fact llutt the suspended priests realize -that it they remain in Quebec, they submit to the dictation of tho'higher prelates or be deprived of their priestly function of celebrating the mass. Questioned this morning on tlie report Monsignure SInott, sec- retary of the Papal legation at Ot- tawa, had neither''affirmation nor de- nial to make. MILADI EDITED BY "INO" f'HQNF.St Offlct, 1M4 BeiW.no. 1111 Mrs. I5d. Uaer loft hint week to visit her daughter at Kemptou, Man. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan return- ed yesterday from an extended visit to Ontario. Mrs. C. A.. Little and children loll today for a month's visit to the Yellowstone I'ark, Montana. Major and Mrs. Uiirnclt went to -Medicine llal to visit their daughter, Mrs. Hammond, who i.s en route to Switzerland to spend the winter. Miss Stafford is spending two weeks visiting in.Hand, Vancouver and Se- attle. HON. C. STEWART IN CITY TODAY Got Good Grain Samples A. E. Humphries, inspector of immi- gration ngencloB, returned on Tuesday from Cardston where he went to pur- chase grain samples for the Immi- gration 'department. He was fortun- ate ill securing sheaves of the bGBt winter wheat he has ever seen. ADDRESS A MEETING ON MUNICI- PAL PROBLEMS AT TURIN TONIGHT Hon. Charles Stewart, M.I1., min- ister of municipalities, arrived in the city this morning, spending the here in company with (Ion. MacLean, provincial secretary. J. To- gether tiiey motored about the toun- try, inspecting the work being done in the various departments of the gov- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McKay left yesterday on a vacation trip to Montreal. Miss Cotter was summoned to Kc- jrina this week on account of tin sudden deatli of her mother. motor road from Banff to Winclcr- 'mcrc. ...The camp consists of seventy icnts pitched in a beautiful wooded valley by the Vermilion riv- er, a glacial stream with nrilky wa- ters. ft is slightly, over eight n.iles sonlli of Castle station on tho Cana- dian 1'aciflc railway: The altitude ot tlie camp is about feet. The first qualifying climb on Mount Storm has been made, the ascent lasting from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Miss .Jean Mc- Donald, daughter of Dr. McDonald, editor of the Toronto (Hobo, was the first, woman to reach Hie cairn, after a brave and sturdy fight. The return was quickly made in a downpour of rain and sleet, accompanied by der and lightning. Prof. Coleman, of Toronto Un itv, was in charge of the trip. thun- one head 04 graica of wheat were ernment, especially the road work counted. The samples were taken Irom William Pilling's farm near Card- ston. Body Identified An investigation into tha death of Lena Anderson, or Emma Larsen, as she was known here, was conducted yesterday at Taber by Coroner Hum- phries. The dead body was" positively identified by Robert Stewart of this city as that of Lena Anderson. It came out during the investigation that the deceased had been melancholy at different times during the past few yenrn, and that some time ago she had made an attempt to tako her life by pol-soning, while living at Augusta, jMonlana. done by the trusties of the jail. It is the intention of Holi.1 Mr. Stjw- art to attend a meeting of the elec- tors at.Turin this evening whore lie will address them regarding the for- mation _of. a rural municipality in that i-Ic will be accompan- ied by Hon. A. J. McLean, W. A. Buchanan, Inspector Ains- worth of, the road department ot the government. NO TOLLS FOR YANKEE SHIP RUSH HUDSON BAY RAILWAY Winnipeg, Aug. are to let at once fc-r the building of the Hudson Hay Railway to tidewater. The contract will bo let in Septem- ber, and the work will be rushed to cbmpl'etiou.. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conductod by FIQELIO) Great Program at Starland Last evening: Starland was almost wimble to accommodate the crowds which thronged to see the first run motion pictures "Royal Ascot and the Ascot .lUqes." These are prob- ably the flueet; pictures of their Ma- jesties ever seeu here, and are cer- tainly worth while. In addition.a mon ater program of a very varied nature 5s being offered, including a' glorious comedy, entitled "Personally Conduct- ed, produced by the clever .Edison company. Several other first clnss features are also lo he seen, the whole constituting oue of the banner fra-nis of the -season. pro- .Good Home-Msde Bread Your baking w-Hl be successful if. you use White Swan Yeast Makes light, sweet and wholesome bread. If your grocer hasn't got it cakes for 5c) send us his name ask for frco sample. White Swan GREAT BRITAIN'S PROTEST AGAINST PANAMA CANAL BILL NOT HEEDED Washington, Aug. a vote of to H the Senate late tonight .re- fused to strike from the Panama Canal bill the provision exempting American ships from payment ot tolls for passage through the Panama canal. Debate on the question hail continued from J p. m. until nearly midnight. The senate then adjourned until 'tomorrow .without voting on the bill itself, The defeat of the Burton amend- ment to strike out discrimination in favor of American ships was the Senate's answer to the protest of the British government against the legis- lation.' It was this clause of the bill which led Great Britain to send a formal protest to tlie state Mrs. S. .1. Shepherd was called to Maple Creek a few days ago owing to tlie critical illness of her aunt, Mrs Dawson. Mrs. A. C. Sanders has as her guests Mr. and Mrs. W. Cow, of Win- lipeg, who are on their way to the coast on a three rr-onths' trip. The London Morning Post announc- es the engagement of Mr. Win. Fred- erick Ingpcn, late of the Royal Field Artillery'of Calgary, Alberta, and Miss Emily Hondsmith, the' eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Bondsmith, of Hereford Park and formerly of Richmond, Virginia. The Canadian Alpine Club this year liis pitched its camp just by Ver- nilinn Pass, on the line oMhe route followed by the road builders who ure now at worjc preparing the marriage of Ernest Samuel- I Jackson and Flossie Luelhi Johnson look place in St.-Cyprian's church on Wednesday evening at nine o'clock. Canon McMillen performed the cere- mony. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. Hugh Hoytl, looked winsome in ivory duchess satin and bridal veil caught with orange blos- soms and sinilax and carried a beau- tiful bouquet of carnations and maid- en hair fern. After the ceremony, supper was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. where only the immediate rela- tives am! friends were present. The decorations of tlie bride's table and dining room were pink and white. The many and costly gifts received show the high esteem in which tho >ride and groom are" held by their umerous friends. The happy couple left on the flyer or points west and the coast, and af- ter their, wedding trip will take up their residence in the city. The bride and groom have hosts of friends who join in washing them ev- ery happiness. Garden of Eden Owner (Continued .from front lie is coining''back, and if he has tinn. he will he able to prove to the most skeptical that he really, does own the piece of ground of'' Biblical fame, where Adam tasted of the forbidden fruit one day some thousands of years The senators who voted in favor of the Button amendment were Hrandc- gee, Rurton, Crane, Pall, Gronna, Lodge, Nelson, Oliver, Penrosc, Hoot and Wetmore. 6pic.es Ontario. Cereals, Limited, Toronto, BROWN BETTY Business Men's Lunch at 40 cents served daily At ,the Sign .of the Teapot Cor. 3rd Ave.- and Fifth Strae RICH 'HAT HERMIT DEAD Medicine Hat, Aug. Plow- man, Independently rich, v.-ss Found dead in his shack today. In ilia noelret ivas a letter from Ills wife, the inmate of a London, England, workhouse, ap- pealing to him for aid. Plowman lived in a hovel, notwithstanding his poses- siona. It is believed he drank himself to death. ago when blue laws againsffliat sort of thing were in force. Sir William docs not depend on any theory of his own to prove his asser- tion. He goes to that Book in which all place implicit faith, the Book which is almost as old as the world itself, and turning to the proper place, and. taking his sextant, he can convince the unbeliever that the Gar- den of Eden is a sunny spot near I off Cairo, where he himself resides when he is at home. The noted engineer may spend some time in Lethbridge. While here yes- terday he visited the Experimental Farm in company with E. It. It's Here, WW? (Continued from front son, formerly comptroller for the Al- berta Railway and Irrigation Co., and spent some time inspecting tho advantages brought to this country by the introduction of. irrigation. railway systems, and-stveral of these men, will gp to work on .the opera- tion end of the liethbrld'ge system next week. -Then Mr. Boughtv'-nj'ay go back to Regina, anil take back''his old posi- tion. They have been--having barrels of trouble ,.there just now are doing without a Mstrcet railway superintendent. He .has been asked if le would submit the city an oner to nanage Ihcir system, fold it is un- derstood that the deal is practically closed. An Auspicious Opening At any rate, tile Lethbridge sys- tem should get an auspicious send- oft'. Superintendent Reid and Super- intendent Doughty will both be here, and between them things should go without a hitch. Everything is ready that the cars have .started to arrive, except the matter of getting "juice" out over the trolley wires. If that motor generator set does not take to the ditch between Lethbridge GIVEN FOR UP SEARCH BLAIR MURDERER Calgary, Aug. North-' west Mounted Police and the local, constabulary have prac- tically given up the search for Dick.. murderer :.of bTakeman It. J. Blair. 'A'spleiulidSrieXV'line of China, G'lass, Toys Pancy Goods at ..XV '5c, 20c and 25c. These are exceptionally jjoofl C UESIDE BENTJvEY'S BAD WRECK ON C.P.R. IN SASK. SERIOUS WRECK AT LIBERTY ON THE REGINA-SASKATOON BRANCH Regina, Sask., north- bound train on tho C. P. R. liegina to Saskatoon, left the rails this after noon at Liberty. Four men are Inju cd, one probably fatally, twtreoache left the track. The cauae of the ae cident is unknown. TWO KILLED IN A TRAIN WRECK Boston, Mass., Aug. per- sons were killed, and twenty injured all 1.30 o'clock this forenoon, when a train on the New York, Now Haven Hartford Hallway was derailed near Morcheafer, on the border of a marsh. When rounding a sharp curve tho lo- comotive suddenly left, the rails, and plunged for half Its length into tho mud of tho march. Three coaches left the rails. The engineer and fireman were -crushed to" Math, -and several passengers were severely injured. and, Chicago, the system will com- mence work one week from Saturday. Fair Manager Smiles Manager McMcoI said this morning that lie didn't think the. system could possibly he gotten in shape to oper- ate during the fair, and lie was wear- ing a long face when, he made the statement. When told jvhat Mr. Heid had said, there was a quick change of. countenance. "That .will be the making of the he 'saidi 'Must us rate in the shekels." Some Shekels tlie First Week With the cars running for the fair, the systoiB will end its first week with a icw thousand dollars in the treasury. The number of passengers carried each day during fair week will depend wliplly on the capability of the conductors to cram another inlo the cars "to and from tho fair grounds. A five-minntc sen'ico will be in effect, and a schedule has al- ready been drawn up for the week. Tickets, badges, notices, in fact ev- erything needed for the operation of the system, are ready, and when the cars are manned one week from Mon-' day morning, the conductors will have instructions to make the Lethbridge ilunicinal Hallway work like a clock which has just come from the jeweler. there will he happy smiles all BUYING MADE EASY Ladies' Wash Dresses Form a SpeaqlFeature This Week- End at Saying was never easier in thb department than right now; all our dresses now Lear very special prices to clear, we are not asking you to take old and i Boiled stock off our hands, but to take your choice of dresses that represent the very Meat fashions and were priced from J3.50 to M.50 for or nuxlels that ranged from ?4.50 to ?7.00 for Now in making this great concession we do not claim that the advan- is all on your side. Oh no, we also have a little on our Bide. In truth means much to us. These dresses are strictly summer dresses, just the thins for present ress, you buy it while it Is still fashionable at a reduced price. We clear up our entire stock in the season for which it Is nought and everyone reaiis an advantage. Chambmy, Linene in a Multitude of Styles, All Now Showing Great Reductions Boys' Shirt Waists for 50c BOY'S SHIRT WAISTS with soft turn-down col- lars; also with starched double collars; made of fine Quality Chambray, Percales, Zephyrs, Sizes 11 1-2 to 13 1-2. Regular prices Me and 75c. Friday special High Grade Hose for 50c MEN'S FINE QUALITY CASHMERE 1-2.HOSE Imported, seamless, embroidered sides, beauti- ful shades. Greys, blue, purple. SJzes 9 13 to 11................; 3UC Two Specials in Summer Underwear at 75cper Suit GENTS' SUMMER UNDERWEAR; fine quality two-thread balbriggan, long sleeves rad ankle length. Regular ?1.00. sizes 34-32 to 44-46; Special WHITE GAUZE UNDERWEAR; shirt has short sleeves and diawera are knee length Regular 5100; sires 34-32 to'4442; Special per suit 75c Do I tar isms in the. Boot Department You can make your dollars work for you'on Friday in boot department and get good re- turn for their labor too. See what Jl.OO will do here, something; for everyone, if you ca.1] early. Kll One Price, JI.OO Per Pair One Price to Clear Men's White Shoes Girls' White Shoes Girls' Gun Metal Straps Children's Red Shoes Girls7 Dongoia Women's Box Calf Boots Girls' Box Calf Boots Another Chance to Buy Those Black Underskirts in Sateen at 75c These arc aiade fiom a durable quality mer- cerized uateeu, with a deep, and two neat ruffles bottom, they are really cellent value at we otter' them while they last foi Friday and Saturday "7C at................................. I OC NAZARETH WAISTS will drop down to 20c on Friday and Saturday; all. 2 to 12'years; Don't make any mistake, lay in a stock of'these while the buying-is.easy. EASE AND COMFORT at EASY PRICES Tapestry Cushion Tops 20 x-20. Regular 35c and nOc. Friday and Burlap Cushion Tops In Art Colors, richly embroidered! Reg- nlar 75c, for..........-............... 50c Linen Cushion Tops Beautifully stencilled in a lailety ot colonyi and designs, 20x20, reg: I Soft Cushion Forms, Ail sizet, special prices for Friday andJSaturdav 18 x 18 20 x 20 32 x 32 24 x 24 45c 60o 75c These Prices Will Make Grocery Buying Easy The buying will be easy enough at these liricca provided you order early, but we shall not be ablo to repeat at nrices Quoted, there- fore it.you would get in with the fortunate ones phone your order in early. FRESH NEW POTATOES 12 pounds for DAIRY BUTTER IN ONE POUND Prints.......................... ;FRESH EGGS PER A full line of fruit and vegetables, fresh every morning at lowest market' prices. 25c asc 25c Take This Away With You on Your Vacation Holiday .folk will bo pleased to, hear..that after a long sojourn on the railway, another, dellveir of those very special suit cages come to They are made of a very evenly woven mat- ting, well lined inside, strong catches and lock, extremely light and strong. These cases arc well worth 52.73 and 00 HUDSON'S BAY CO. I. N. FORD IS DEAD London, Aug. N. Ford, the correspondent of the .Vow York Trl- Inrae In London, died today at the age of 64. after a long Illness. He wan born lu lluffalo, New York, THE PEOPLES' FORUM CRUELTY TO ANIMALS Editor Lotbbrldse Herald: Dear think it Is lime some thing was dono to atop the cruelty to homes seen nearly every day on onr streets. I hnva noticed since early .spring that there are gome drivers in this city who have no more right drive a horse than a mogqultn bus Irving sting an elephant. It seems as though they really have no Idea thai n horao has any reeling whatever. They do nol seem to real- ize that a horse gets tired after a day's 'work, or that lie gels hot and tatigned in the blazing son. Hut he Is used more like a pidce of machin- ery crcaUire of flesh and blood. i I have seen r. horse whipped and niado to run on the gallop after hav- ing tramped the hot pavements si! day, and Judging from his appearance: he had not had a diink since morning. This liind of thing should 'be ped, nth! I a'i! going to do all in my pon-er lo help stop it. causo 1 love the horse. Yours truly, HVKANITI.'