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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August THE LETHBKTPGE DAILY HERALD Important Notice Til HOUSEHOLDERS Of LFTMIKE Bvery householder, lodglng-houBO kooper, and property owner, IB requested to aid Uio Committee on Accommodation of the Ory- Jt'urmlDg .CousrcBs by AT ONCE Bonding In a Hut o( tlioy liavo fivjillable Oct. ICth to 2Gth noxt. The .Committee' desires to at 01100 2000.rooms. Pill out the iittacliod blank and nond It by raall. H. J. GOODE CHAIRMAN ACCOMMODATION COMMITTEE. to International Dry-Farming Cbngreii, Royil Bank Building, Uthbridgn: No. of rooms available................................... No. of single beds...............No. of double beds..... Can you place extra cots, if supplied.........How iriany.. No. of people you can care Would you place tente on lawn..........'.... How many.. Would you breakfast visitors......... Any other meals... Suggested prico lodging ...'.........Suggested price meals Nearest car lino............ Distance from depot........ Further particulars...................................... Name Phone- No. (Si. Address) MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Orflc.. 1224 llo, thai holds, fast lo Uic golden menu, Arid lives contentedly netu'ecn The little and the great, Keels not tlio wants, thai pinch the poor, Or plagues, tlmt haunt the rich man's door, HinhUlcring all his state. Mr.'and Mrs. .J. N. Webb, of 'Cal- gary, arc guests in the city. Armstrong's Press. Free VISIT'OUR BOOTH...AT THE FAIR AND MAKE YOU A PRESENT OF A USE- FUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE.. Ellison Milling Company Rosebery's Son For Cabinet (Continued from .front page) The Liberal candidate contended .llmt free trade was 'the chief issue and tlie return of, his opponent woulc thus appear to be a staggering blow to Cobdeni.te principles. The Manchester Guardian, one of the. leading, advocates, of free trade, eays: "We are sorry for the heaviness of tho blow which the Unionist success might give to free trade. .There is on ly on-o'Issue In which the vote of Northwest Manchester can do more than any other constituency, an-d that Is free trade." The Times, oh the other hand, thinks "it would be unwise to draw from this el-actlon the conclusion that the. electorate has '-made up Its mind to accept tariff reform. believe the real reason to be a g-eneral weari ness and distrust of tlie government." the opinion of 'those "best uble to' know, Is 'true and the raora'l doubtless Is tliat when tha general el- ection cornea' Northwest Manchester will return to its old allegiance. Son for Cabinet 0-.' the speculations as to Cabinet eh'ang-av which have, recently, filled the newspapers, the most interesting is that the Hon. Neil Primrose, the son of the.Earl of Uosebery, IB likely to government position.' Members .of all parties in the House recognize him as thoroughly worthy of advancement. Every one is impressed by his abil- ity and fair-mindedness, and on all sides it is agreed that a brilliant car- eer Is before him. He is still quite young, having been born in 1S82, Further than that, tho only 'proposal as to chaugQs in tho ministry con- cern B the front bench hi the House of Lords, 'which, it Is said, must be strengthened for the coming debates oil' Homo Welsh Disestablish- ment, and the Franchise' bill. Thi; is notoriously the government's weak spot, and It IB quite possible" that Aug- ustine Birrel will be aaked -to accept a peerage, and Secretaryship of State, In exchange for'the Chief Secretary- ship of Ireland; while it is also pro- bable 'that Harold .T. Tennant, tln-iler Secretary of War, will go to the Upper House, retaining his post. Expect Promotion Two other junior members of the gove'riiment expect promotion soon: C. F. G. Masternmn, Financial Secre- tary, to the Treasury, has shown him- self worthy of higher rank by. big cap- able conduct of the routine work c-f tha Insurance Act; while Thos. .1. 11 c- Namara, Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty, has proved a thorough- ly efficient lieutenant to Winston Churchili. The promotion of either would afford an opening for the ad- vancement of Neil Primrose. Mr. and Mrs. Mcnftics left this morning for Diilsbury, where they will" join a camping party. Mr. and Mrs.--D. A- -McKemcher- are holidaying in Pincher Creek, the guests of the former's parents. 1 Mrs. B. Cray, Fourth Ave., N., has as her guest for a couple of weeks, Miss Brock, of Calgary. Mr. awd Mrs. A- Southard ami (laughter, returned this morning from an extended visit to eastern cities. Mr. .and Mrs. J. T. Burns left this morning for Kclowna, B. C., where Mr. Hums will deliver an address on Wednesday, after which they will go to Victoria. Mr. M. Harris spent the week- end at Michel, C., the guest of Mr. Wcdd, of the Imperial Bank sta at that place. REPORTS OF HAIL NOT CONFIRMED Anxious enquirers have been calling the Herald office all day to find out whether reports of damage "by. hail in all parts of the south are true or not. It was reported generally that hail had fallen at'several points ju the Lethbridge at Noble, Barons and New Dayton especially. However, the Herald is glad tn re- port that advices received from these points set at rest all- anxiety as to damage by hail. On Saturday, the heavy clouds in -the south led to the belief that that part of the country was experiencing hail storm, but reports from all along the line indicate that it was nothing, more than one oi the hcsivi- est rain storms of the season. A few mil stones fell, but the damage' re- ported is absolutely nil. The rain was of short duration and the farm- ers are busy in the fields today again. Cutting'is general all the south rom Lethbridge to the boundary, inri the only anxiety expressed by the armers is that frost may overtake .hem before is in the shock, lowcver, the present weather is such ihat the farmers are beginning to rest easy on that score. Miss Armstrong and Miss Marjor ITyndman, of Vancouver, who ha' been visiting in Winnipeg and'Mobs .Jaw, are house guests with Mr. ai Mrs. W. -I. Armstrong route bom o Professor Miller, of Robertson Co lege, Edmonton, preached two ver ible sermons at Knox church yestei day. During his stay in the city.'h was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.'V Irving. Mrs. James Long, of Goderich, wl has been visiting relatives in Verno and Watrus, arrived in the city yes tcrday to spend a montli with ht sons here. Miss Kilitli .Jones rendered ver effectively the solo, "Softly and Ten rferly" at the evening service of th First Baptist church yesterday, whi Mr. Bcttcrton sang in splendid voici "Ora Pro Nobis." v Miss Edna Allen lias returned fro; a two weeks' vacation spent Grassy Lake. She was accompanie by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott an son of that place, who were visitors in the city. Mr., ami .Mrs. Alex Mills of Ilosmei B, C., announce the engagement their daughter, Jessie Wilson, id R. Stone of Rapid City, Man. Th marriage will take place early in Sap tember. X At the home of Mrs. J. McKenzie In Macleod, Alex Dunn of that town was married to Miss Mary Elizabeth Me Kenzfe. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Livingston an nounce the engagement of their young est daughter, Florence M., to AVilllan G. McKenzie of High River, Alta., the marriage to take place at -Mordoh Man., the last week in August. Miss Gladys Downer of Lethbridgo is visiting .Mrs. Hart, Knockinnan QUAKER Fit for any meal any table SWEET, CLEAN AND DAINTY All good grocers sell it, or phone 378 or 1027 and one of our wagons will call Office and Bakery jonn Lriirnore, mo-2nd a., N. Open for inspection at all times Miss Vivian King, of Spokane, has joined the staff at the Dry Farming Congress rooms, and will act as spe- cial secretary to Mrs. .1. T. Burns, Miss King is slaying with Mrs. Arm- strong, Fourth AVCJ., for the present. The children ot the Kirsl Baptist church will be treated lo their annual picnic next Monday when the young- sters as well an tlie older members of the congregation will enjoy an out- ing at Henderson Park, Dr. L. D- Mason returiiL-d this af- ternoon from a holiday trip to the coast. Rohb, of Hamilton, Qnt., mother of Mrs. John Urodie, of this city, accompanied by Mrs. (Rev.) A. D. Robb, and little son Russell, oE Niagara Falls, are visiting with .Mrs. Urodie, at their home on Eleventh St., south. Mrs. S, J. Shepherd returned on Saturday from Maple Creek, where she was summoned to the bedside of lier aunt, Mrs. Alfred Uawson, who d away after a brief illness due to blood poisoning. She is survived j by her' husband and three children, Dr. Fred Uawson, who practices bis profession, at Creek, Miss Mur- iel Dawson, a graduate of Tor- onto University, and Miss Edna. Both daughters reside at home, Wesley parsonage was the scene of a pretty wedding on Saturday even- ing at eight o'clock, when tlio Rev. T. P. Perry joined in matrimony Miss Margaret Still, of Vancouver, to Mr. John Hamilton, of this city, formerly of Vancouver. lHolh and groom were unattended. Mr. ami Mrs. Ham- ilton will reside in the citv. Clubs and Societies The Quarterly Official Board of Wesley church will meet on Tuesday evening at 8.30. A combined Epwonth League and prayer meeting will be held.at West- minster church on Tuesday evening. The pulpit of Knpx >church' will be occupied for the next, two (Sundays by, Professor Dyde, of Kobed.son.Col; ege, Edmonton. r.. The members of the G. I. 'A. will meet at the home of Mrs. James Reid, 1521 Sixth Are., N., Tuesday evening at eight o'clock. e The Ladies' Aid of the First Bap- tist church will meet as usual at 3.30 ou Wednesday afternoon, and the re- gular prayer meeting will be hold on Wednesday evening at. S o'clock. Professor Miller, of Robertson Col- will deliver an ad- Iress on tlie work of the. college at a iiecting of the Roburtso'n; College nen's Guild 01 Knox bhurch, which will be held at the borne of Mrs. A. Irving, 412 Twelfth. St., SM at iglit o'clock tliis evening. Those interested are., cordially in- 'ited .to attend. The Ladies' Aid society of Wesley :hurch, will hold a social tea at the tome of Mrs C. Gray, 542 Fifth it.; S., on Thursday afternoon from lircc-thiuty to live-thirty. A cordial nvitation is extended to all jnterest- d to attend this afternoon function, vhich promises to be very enjoyable. The "Pleasant Sunday are being held at Wesley church ach Sunday evening for halt or thrce- Uarfers of an hour at the close of ic regular service, arc meeting with reat success. These arc especially intended for Dangers in the city, who are thus ven an opportunity of becoming uc- uainted. The one held last evening, in point attendance at least, was the most iccessful of the series up to the resent tinic. That the young met arc terestcd was amply shown by the arge number in attendance. The singing of old gospel as enjoved, while pleasing duets by :iss Disfit and Miss Olive, Diser wevo iUch appreciated. ADVANCE SHOWING AUTHORITATIVE STYLES1N LADIES' FALL COATS We have just received direct from the foremost New York and Canadiartmari- ufacturers our first consignment Ladies' Cloth Coats for Fall Winter Wear. These models show a refreshing change in style and trimming, while materials are en- tirely different from anything hither- to shown. Chinchillas in beautiful soft greys, browns and heather mixtures are in the lead, -with many other handsome effects in reversible[ tweeds and blanket cloths and numerous] other novelty effects, in finish goods which are suggestive of real comfort. Style and workmanship are of the high- est attainable merit, the large one, side ef- feet shawl collars and wide belts being a distinctive feature. You are welcome to inspect, criticize and compare. Extremely Reasonably Priced at to HUDSON'S BAY COMFY Chief Calls it a Raw Deal (Continued from front point blank where he "I'm for going ah'ead with what we have start- he said. So, if Aid. Aird brings the matter up at the next meeting, the result all de- ponds on Mayor Hatch, 'who can eith- er settle the affair in favor of a judi- cial enquiry, or bring about a dead- lock in the Council. It seems practi- cally certain, however, that the Coun- cil will agree to hear at least part of the evidence In police committee before the judicial enquiry proceeds. Calls it "Raw Deal" Chief Gilleapie is getting desperate. He thinks the Council is giving him the worst end of what he calls a "raw and he told the Herald so on Saturday evening. "I'm going to know where I stand next he said, "or I will start something which wfll stir up more trouble than anything yet. I have not been treated like a decent citizen." The Chief Intimated that no matter what happened, he would institute, proceedings against certain parties who are supposed to have instigated the- charges against him. "If they only liriow it, they have on- ly the result of tliis investigation standing between them and a seven years' term in the pen." Action for slander seems to be the object hinted at by the deposed chief of tho puiiue. Radcliffe Wants to Know Wrongful dismissals seem to be coming thick and fast In municipal circles these days. Wm. Kadcliffe, who for tlie past year has held tho position of city cement inspector and laboratory man, was today handed his letter of notice that his services TV-ill be no long-er rediilred after Sep- tember 1. He waited on the Council this' afternoon, and asked that the letter be explained. Ho stated that Saturday. Another of the street cars arrived this morning, mot or generator had been ant will be here soon. Everything, he said, looked favorable for a tree ride on Saturday! In this connection, he said that member of the W, C. T, .U. had asked If the Council would conieut to that organization providing a lady con- ductor for nest-Saturday, they 'to take the .money thus raised for the purpoee providing a matron to meet all tralni, a matter- which has been un- der their consideration for some time. Most of the 'inembem of the Counci 1 bought thai the people should be giv- en a free ride, absolutely on Sat urday, and that they might consider placing ono or two cars at dispos- al of the W. C. 7YTJ. for ah excursion to the lake shortly after opening; Tlie Street Railway committee, however, will consider the request further, and report at the adjourned meeting to bo held this week. CITY AND DISTRICT Arrived at Montreal The White Star liner Layreutic. ar- rived at Montreal on Sunday morning, L-ethbridge passengers will arrive on Wednesday and Thursday. Blow Out Fusee The electrical storm yesterday blew out the fuses on several transformers on Torrance avenue, and the resi- dents on .that street were .without light last night. The lightning also damaged the wiring of the Burns block on Third avenue South. -Arc Lights at Fair Grounds Tho electrical department of the city Is busy this week installing twen- ty arc lights at the Fair grounds. The grounds will lie brilliantly lighted next week, the space in front of the grand stand receiving, particular attention. night. HP has made complete arrange raents to work night and day getting the -machine in place in case It a> rives by that time. Two Firmtrs Dead The death occurred In the city terdny of Aug. Pawtov, years. The deceased was a farmer off Black Spring Ridge The remains are be- ing held at Fetterlyt's undertaking par- lors, 'pending instructions from de- ceased's friends; Andrew Dunbar, aged GO years, a farmer, 'who formerly lived near Mon- arch, died in this city The remains r.ie being nt FetterJy'a undertaking awaiting funeral arrangements. Conference Postponed tho Council meeting this afternoon, tho conference between the he had been employed by the Council j Board of Trade .executive, the Ctty RICTION DI7TWEEN FAMILIES RESULTS IN SHOOTING Saskatoon, Sask. Aug. Bau.1- tlis, a Galacian, charged with shoot- g wUh intent to kill Mis. Mike We- lowsky, who now la ia the city hos- tal, was arraigned before Magistrate mltli in tine Mounted Police barracks la morning and remanded for sight lys. -The shooting occurred last ucsday at, Colonsay, resulting from onMmted friction between the two mllfea. and did not believe that the City En- gineer was acting within his rights In dismissing him. The'Council thought that tbo mat- ter should be looked into, as 'Mr. Rad- cliffe considered one of the best men in the engineering department. He has been doing the work of two nvsn since he went into the employ of the city a year.ago, and ho'thought thai his reputation should he consid- ered. Aid. Aird stated that, he would look into tho matter on behalf of the Works and Property committee, and report at the next meeting, Superintendent Reid called on tho Council and confirmed tho report that the itreet oars would bo working next Council, and C. B. Magrath, relative to the granting of a site and other concessions to the Lethbridge Iron Works Go.', Ltd., hag been postponed to a date to be fixed later. Machine Not Here Although the C.P.R. of-'Icials hero promised that the motor genera-tor set ordered by tho street railway de- partment would arrive on Saturday, the machine has not yet cpnio to hand. Superintendent Held Is very anxious Ihat -tho machine should be hero within tlie next couple of days, but says that hn wfll have no dlffl-j culty In living up lo his promise to J have Ihe cars running for fair vcoK I If tho motor arrives by WccliwadayJ New Club Opened will prove a decided the city, both from a social, and busi- ness point, is the institution of Empire club. The olub -was opwed on Saturday, and a. welcariwwas giv.-' en by the members te their friends and out-of-town visitors. The 'premls- es are on street South, in a central and convenient situation, -and furnishings and.arrangements .are; on a. scale to .make It up-to-date :ln.evT ery respect There are all the ap; pointments of ;t modern club, with.: reading room, cardrooms and a spac: [DUE and comfortable lounge. The building was thronged irMh visi- tors during the afternoon and evenfne. Secretary Paterson and the qfficlc.13 were assiduous in their rn extending hospitality, and .showing, .hem over Uw .There, are over one hundred members .already incl the. Initial success augurs a flour- ishing Institution, vhicb will 1111 a nuch-flealped want.' The club wUl -not only be fappre- ciated by the'citizens Letlibrldfft, but will tot'A boon who. will ablo to avail themselves temporar- ily of; its advantages. In arranging for executive have In. mind to make the institution 'serve as a boost for the city, and it cannot but proyc an attraction to business men. Those who have inaugurated tbe club are to be complimented on the Idea, and for the enterprise shown.in the mailer. they have -----TH E----- BROWN BETTY TEAJROQMS Business Lunch at 40 cents terved daily At the Sign of the Teapot Cor. 3rd Avt. and. Fifth Street ;