Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TiM'fKlay. Aiif-usi 13, 1012 TITF, LETHmmVfiE DAILY HERALD 5 Edmonton Exhibition August 12 to 17 to Stnidicona and Return Flna Going: dates .AuKii'at return., August 20, 1912. R. G. IflcNeltlie; District Pass. Agent. 'Coigary LNADlAN [PACIFIC EIPEC1AL FARES TO Toronto, Ont. 'AND RETURN LErTHBRIDGE BLAME FOR MORAL DECLINE IS LAID ON HOBBLE SKIRTS Censors Attribute'Increase in Number of 'Mashers' to Abbreviated Form of Its Time To Call A Halt Via All Hiill ,Vla Lake-mui rail route Dates sale, August 22-28.' Finu return Hrtiit, 30 days from date issue.' further particulars apply t ]ocal agen -R. iG. McNElLLIE, District- 'Passenger .-Agsn Alta. Donaldson Line Direct Service Scotland, Continental .points anti1 Canada every Sat- Large nteiv. stpujpcrs, modern and .up to j (kite, operated on the One plan. Cabin staterooms, all amid- ships. -to -Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Gahray and Bel- fast. J33.00 to. Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. to Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For full information call on any steamship" agent or write H. E. UDMAN, General Agent 455 Main 3t, Winnipeg The G. T. P. grade east of For! George is being rushed. It Is said that the striking I.W.W. men will return to work, GOLD! SILVER! COPPER A POT OF MONEY Makfl.-a-gueBS. .at. money., ,W.e ji glass jar of-imoney on exhibition in Winnipeg. Gold, hills the i) and these cars will soon be the landaid equipment on all the trans ontinental trims These L-KS ue he ng turned out of the shops as fast s possible, the first oi n large order ctentlyi plicul hv tht compinj The cars present many new features dining and sleeping car construction 'ithin' they are .of a massive square esign. The walls are fmishod in in- aid mahogany anil the ceilings are ccorated in gold leaf. The electric ghts are built' close to the, equipped, with "Tungsten hurnets, nd have frosted1 globes." Altogether ho interior appearance of the cars is iost -the eye. In the'-dining cars many Improvc- been made, for tlie Imml- ng and of1 provisions. The efrigerators are ciefitric lighted and avc sliding basket, shelves which arc isily kept clean and sanitary. Both ic kitchen and the pantry, have cop- er lined lloors. .Locker rooms for ar and pantry have been more ad- intagcously placed than they were inncrly. -Each diner has a large jcker -room in the vestibule for the treet clothes 6i the employees, kecp- .g then, out of the diner proper. The sleeping cars contain laige com- irtable berths. Each berth is electric ghted, with a frosted globe over the light so that it.sends forth a mellow light that will not affect tlie eyes if one wishes to read for any length of tinm. In each car 'there is a ladies' large dressing room and toilet, spa- cious and modern in. every respect; nil improvement on cars previously con- sl.rncd'd. S The floor of tin1 smoking room is of inlaid tile, tlie most sanitary ar- rangement- -that can be found. All lavatories are of the dental type. The atmosphere in each' car is kept fresh 'and clean, each ear being equip- ped patent oi the exhaust type, which drive impure an out. of; but prevent dust and cinders from entering. The same sys- tem keeps the cai free irom draughts The ears are equipped with'- patent bumpers which "arc always tight and present a smooth path from car :to cai Drinking tanks on ihe cars are sup- plied with ice fiom the os the ci s bo that passengers will no longer be bothered by the iceman who has been accustomed to shoulder .his iinoiif, thun it supph stitions All of these new cars are known as class G sleepers, as the names all be- in with that letter. .Some oi those already in use on western lines are the'Gimli, -Gracefield; fell and Grasshill 'Each of these trains 1ms a compartment and obser- vation car on the rear, the new ones of this class being named from the 'among' mountains oh the line of the Canadian Pacific, 'like Mount Roger Mount Grey and "Mount Tremhlant. few oE the new diners'are also in the names of some of those al- ready on western lines being Breclun, A In wick and Appleby. THUNDERER'S .VIEWS ON PANAMA TOLLS London, Aug. com- menting on the Senate's action, re- gaidi.ngtbe says: "We shall most certainly protest ag- .inst the bill, if if. remains in its pre- sent .if it encroaches, upon what we deem to 'he our plain treaty rights. Our protest will be quits friendly spirit and man- ner, but will also be" firm. The in- terests involved are too great and the rights infringed too plain for us to refrain 'from assorting them as strong- as diplomatic intercourse with, a friendly nation will allow. Should dip- omacy fail to solve L contingency we hardly think proba- in the goodness of onr cause, we shall unhesitatingly, pro- pose 'to submit the dispute to arbitra- ion at The Hague. It hag already jeen suggested that tlie government, which has hitherto prided itself on bo- ng the foremost champion of arbttra- .ion may refuse to go to arbitration in Us own case. That is an eventual- ly we refuse to contemplate until' H jecomcs imminent." ilelvane, as chairman, called for or- der and asked Dr. David Warnock, M. P., to propose a toast to tlie North Fork he in good style, lauding the hoys .with praise until .they blushed. .Mr. Harry captained the team while away, replied in vi very able manner. In .proposing to the ladies, Mr. A. 0. Keinmis gave a very hum- orous .talk which was wcil received. Mr. was the Very dilhcull part o! reph mu to ioist for; tho ladies. Herron was highly applauded wbcn he arose to propose a toast 'to old reliable game oi polo. This was replied to by Mr. G. U. PlunkcLti a polo player of fame in this district. After smgm0 1 or thej ate ]olh good fel lows" the dance in the opera house .was resumed until.about four o'clock when the folk dispersed to their many homes.' Among outside guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Warnock, M. F. MrY.'and'MrsV G. D.'Plunket, Mr. and Mrs Upton Mr ind Mrs V N I Mouit Mr uui Mrs G Kemmis and Mr. John Herron, Pincher Cceek; D. A. Perry, Misses Rogers and Per- ry, Millcrest Chas. Higgins, Cole- man, and Geo. Scougall and Evans, Maclcod. Geo. Martin, of Pcnhold, arrived in town -Saturday to take charge tlie Public school when ifc opens next week. Mr. Martin was schoolmaster Here a year which time he held a second class certificate. Wo are to learn that he has suc- cessfully passed his exams, and. now holds a first class certificate. The Lundbreck telephone lines have been connected to the Cowley offices and now have their central here. Thi: should be very advantageous to the business men of those two places. It is hoped that the crew ofv telephone men who are here this con- nection will run the rural line that has recommended, for a Utar Ihe poles ire in and have been for some time. Geo. Young had the misfortune to lose a very valuable milch-cow 011 Friday during the electrical storm. The many friends of Miss Isobel Murdcck will be pleased to learn that she has been successful in securing her second class school teacher's certifi- cate by passing her recent exams. experts, visitors is con- cerned it will be well provided for. Tiie iieople of the district are taking the matter up with much enthusiasm, and beaded by the Board of Trade and Agricultural Society, they are determined to bring the fight to a suc- cessful issue. Persons who are near to 'the government will enlist their aid and Influence, and the.outlook at present looks bright for Magrath, An appeal will- likely be made, to Cardston, Raymond, Stirling, .Now Warner, Milk River, Coutts and the settlements to the 'west Cardston lor their co-operation and assistance. THE BIJOU THEATRE L. H. UHL, Sole 'MUniJtr THE.HOUSE WITH A REPUTATION NIGHT The Military Air-Scout A sto'ry of international -warfare, full of thrilling incidc-m'o. "PATHE'S WEEKLY Bunging }ou in touch ftith all the piuicipal events througbout tlie world and, A SIDE SPLITTING COMEDY A sure 'cure for' the' blues 3-Plecc Orchestra always In attendance. Matinee Daily Don't Fall to hear Mr. Jos. Casey, America's Premier Ballad Vocallft It IH sold Unit. China is on-tho point negotiating a fifty million dollar loan. EDMONTON PEOPLE INJURED AT .WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. Geo. San- derson and daughter Ada, of Edmon- ton, their host, Win. Blackwood, 211 Colony SL, and Geo..Morgan, are all in tho general hospital with more or less serious injuries incurred when the auto in which they wore from .Meadow Lea yesterday .turned turtle following a burst" tire. .Mr. Blackwood has a broken'leg, Miss San- derson a fractured left clavicle, while the other, two escaped .with severe bruises. NA-DRU-CCV LAXATIVES are entirely different from olhurs, both In their composi- tion and their evacuslion without purging or discomfort. 2Sc, a box at your druggist's. .NATIONAL bHlIC AND CHCMICAL CO. CELEBRATING THE PEACE CENTENARY PROMINENT BRITISHERS ARE ON THE i INTERESTED London. Aiig. B. Rowland, of tlie British-American ueacc ceuteir ary commission, has been in London several days discussing wiMi members of the British committee plans for the celebration. He goes to Ghent next week with Harry Brittaln, oC the British committee to arrange a dupli- cate there of the dinner held on Christmas eve, 1S14, In celebration of the signing of the Preraiei Borden, regarding the part Canadu is to take in the celebration and respect- ing the joint celebrations by Canada and the United States, particularly those to take place in the neighbor- hood of Niagara Falls.'is greatly inter- ested and promises the hearty sup- port and co-operation of the Canadian public. The. campaign of the British com- mittee is to be opened in October or November under the -leadership ot" Earl Grey, president of the committee who is returniug soon.from South Af- rica: the Earl of Plymouth, deputy president; Lord Rovelstoke and Lord Rothschild, honorary treasurers and Sir a Conan Doyle, honorary secre tary. Tiie Bank of England will receive subscriptions and many of the well- lafown and influential men have ac- iptcd membership on the committee, among those mentioned are Lord Cov; dray, the Earl of Dunmorc, W. G. C. Gladstone, Sir Clement Hill, Lord Kiimaird, the Bishop London, J. Ramsay MacDonald, A. H. Paget, tbc lion. Neil Primrose, pir Gilbert Par- ker, the Karl of Ronuldshay. Arnold Rowntree and Lord Weardale, while among the vice-presidents of tlie gen- eral committee are Premier Aaquith. Sir Kdward Grey, Mr. Harcourt, the Martinis of Crowe, David Lloyd-George Sydney' Huston, ilohn Burns, the Mas- ter of Bilbank, the Earl of Aberdeen ml other members of the ministry with members of the late administra- including the JIarnuis of.Lans- Jowne, the Karl cf jialsbury, A. .T. lalfour, Austin Cbamberlahi, and the Marquis of Salisbury. A. Bonar Law, the present leader of .he Unionists, has recently become vice president. Other vice preal- lents are the Archbishops of Canter- oury and York, the Bishop of Win- chester, Cardinal Bourne, the Chan- of the Universities of Oxford, Jambridge and Edinburgh, Sir Nor- nan Lockyer, Sir' B. Pointer, Sir Alf- id East, Sir Archibald Lord Mayors' of London, Burlingnam. Brls- Lol Cardiff. Cork, .Manchester, New jyille York, the- Lord Provosts' of Edinburgh, Dnndeo and Glasgow, lie sovernora, ilarl of Cromer, .Lord ;FurneHs, Earlj ,orebnrn, Lord Mount Stephen, Ihc Moose Charter Closes Thursday Xijflit next. Oddfellows' Hall Alter tiiis dale initiation fee ill be 835.00 MEMBEKS FEE -Iw.OO Don't Let the Chance Slip I arl oi lli'lto, Loid I'line, Kail Rob erts, 13arl Spencer, Sir ISihuiia Spejer of .-ill ot Hie BnUsli colomeb, Loifi Charles Lord BUrniiam, the and Lord Tennyson. MUSIC AND OR AM (Conducted by FIOELIO) 'Uncle Tom's at Last evening a moat excellent pro- duction of the favorite story of 'Uncle Tom's Cabin" was 'presented at Starland The offering 13 decidedlj unique, interesting and drnmatic, .and may well "he classed as ,t reunite really worth W was indeed a novelty to TVitness all the charming! old characters and scenes oE the book, I staged and acted in such an admirable manner. Tomonow at StaiUnd another those excellent Starlam! English spec-j lals "wll'l be presented, in tue olte'ringj of "Henley an I line film of this great snorting, event, showing clearly the reception given to the King ,iud Queea, and all the principal the regatta Bijou's Attraction An added feature to the-Bijou..pro- gramme this week is the special eur of the popular lyric tenor, Joseph Casey, late of G W Fields' repertoire is such that he is able to render any selection asked for by his auditors..' The'purity ind range of his voice is a gift that las placed him in the -front "ranks of lallad vocalists, and citizens should take the'opportunity of shearing him. The picture programme is replete ith interest. 'Tathe's Weekly" this week is of exceptional merit. The production, entitled -VPhe Air is a military drama full ot thrilling incidents, and woll worth faeemg i It Is said tint tlnee of Dctiott's al- dfirnipn admitted 'the graft and implicate otlierj in tlieir confession. JIarshall Bray, ex-Major, and Pro- vincial goi eminent agent at Nanalmo, BO., is dead He was a native of Oak vllle, Ont, and went to B 0. nfthe time of the gold rush in 1863. IV Two nien, strictly fint mutt have a record; good prop- osition to right men. Apply Box 39, Herald. Ktw Barnes Cos! Mi03 Lump, Mine Run or Screenings, by (lie (on or carload lots. PRAYING Of OAj Western Transfer Co., Frsijht W2 SHEEP 750 1 to 5 yean old. 450 wethers 1 to 3 old- 450 Iambi Al! heavy shearers: Want to sell at orice as range is short. J. L. Secrist GOLD BUTTE MONT. FOR SALE 10 or 12 good horses L. A. TELiGER Phono Rural 411 PRIVATE SALE OF FURMTUKE Content! of a small cottage, only in use a few months and in every reipect. Dark oak Bookcase and Ohinl Cab- inet. Solid Oak Dining Table, Ing to S feet; Mission style. ft. 6 in. white enamelled bedstead. 4 ft. f, in. Banner .Mattress with spiral springs. 3 ft. white enamelled bedstead 3 valuable old landscape oil in massive English gold Sheraton inlaid mahogany ei and sta'id to match, original J100.00 L Floor coverings Winnipeg couch. W. II. SHARPE It.