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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i IK us! 1.1, 1912 Tip PATLY HER ALP" FOR MAKING SOAP FOR WASHING DISHES FOR SOrnMIMG WATER FQRDISMFKTINGSINKS LLETTCa lift TORONTO-ONT. MJQNTREJU. CORSICAN GOES ALLAN LINER STRUCK ICEBERG DAMAGE BELOW THE WATERLINE Jfontrenl, Aug. Allan line here received the following wireless from Captain Cook, of the steamship shortly before o'clock this morning: ''While proceeding very slowly through thp log, a berg was sighted dead.ahead. Although engines wore reversed, headway was not ly taken off ship, and we touched it. Damage slight, and all above the wa- terrline. Am proceeding on FIVE-KILLE'0'.IN RAILWAY Aug. persona and several injured late today, when the westbound .train of the Milwaukee and Puget Sound railroad1 iroke through a'bridge half a west of Kcechelus, sixty-seven miles east of Seattle. The train was a double-header. Engineers and ffre- jiien of both engines were killed. Mrs. Simon Jurich, of the only passenger killed. WERE WILLING TO JAKE GRAFT BUT DETROIT ALDERMEN FAILED TO ONE EXCEPTION' w raiHiinjent' ih-'the jiqltco court of the eighteen meiiiborg of'fho Detroit Com mo'n CounclK'ch'argod having ac to accept .was to forecast to some extent the-fur'ther plans of Pro- secuting Attorney''Uughr Shepherd In his tp break up an alleg- ed council "ffraft ring." arc' charged with a- plot to.force the Wiibash! Railroad to pay them -various-gums ''or their Influence in putting through the council a re- solution closing a city street for the benefit of the railroad company. It is alleged that one of the alder- men actually received bribes, not, however, from a railroad official, but from a detective who nosed as such. The nine others, it is charged, agreed to accept certain sums, but failed io "collect" at an appointed time. All doubt that the alleged confes- I sion of Edward-Schrleter, clerk of the Common Council, was the basis for the arrests made in thp council graft cases last week, was removed yester- day afternoon when Prosecutor Shep- herd, in an interview, told the details of Schrteter's confession. Schrieter was taken before Police Justice Jeffries to assist in making out warrants against the sixteen al- dermen arrsKted last Friday, and twp additional members of the Common Council, making eighteen in will appear in police court tomorrow for examination, some on a charge of accepting a .bribe, and others on a charge of promising 'to accept bribes. Sen-deter said his aged mother led him to confess. "Schreiter inarte a-complete and de- tailed confession of all the deals that he said he had -been said the pro- secutor. "He -this vomntarily three days after fihe Council had oust- ed him from his job.' He went to a hotel with me and? a stenographer, and spent five hours going over all his transact ions." Schrelfcer, who is secretary of the American League of is charged by the operatives of Detec- tive William J; Burns, with being the .eailer in the .alleged arrange- ments made 'with railroad for street the city oE Detroit. LAKE CAPTAIN MiAY BE'FATALLY HURT Port Arthur; Ont., Aug. hspecting the propeller of his boat, ;he Steamer Omega, the propeller started moving and aUlange -hit Capt. lumphry- a terrible blcxw, ,breaking us jaw and nearly killing him. t.He is n 'St. Joseph's hospital in a serious condition. MILADI 'EDITED .BY F'HONEt: OfflM, MtiMtnct 1111 I know not how it is with I love the rant and lust, The whole lielil of the present view, The' whole of the .past. One little of the things that Nor you should nor One pcbhle in our star lu all our heaven of sky. Oar lives, .and every day and hour, One symphony appear .One road, one flower And every bramble dear. Louis .Stevenson. Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Sang left this afternoon to spend a couple o[ weeks at Frank. Mr, Rliynd Jamleson yesterday re- ceived a, photograph of Margaret II- llngton, which bears her autograph.'' V Miss Gladys Kcinni and Miss Flor-j rcnce Kern, of Calgary, are guests with the former's parents this city. Miss Mary Simpson, Clear, JuBt to clear up the balance of our this season's stock Jri .ladles' wash skirts, we aro plac- ing on sale for Wednesday morning only our complete stock of linen, repp and duck skirts, all representative of the latest styles obtainable and a complete range of regu- lar values from Up to all one price Wed- QC neeiiay morning I ivv Special Offer Oa broken, lines j'n girls' and children's shoes, in- cluding grey suede, and canvas shoes, values from to Early Closing' price per pair..... Fancy Dress Muslims Will be on sale Wctlneriay, morning at tliat sbjpuld leave us without a yard; atVone o'clock. This line JniJudes a large variety of colors'in, fancy stripes and ftowered Sold regularly at 20c to 25c Early Closing per yard......A. .j... 3 fie Men's Pant'OveraJls In black-.and.) blue OTfrnufactur- ed from all fromi 33 to 44. Regular price Jl.OO.vEarly Clos- ing Price Girls' Tan CaK Ankle strap shoes; a good strong shoe for everyday with smart Mohair bom', which gives it a dressy appMrance, Early Closing Price C A C per pair I MATTING SUIT CASES A light and handy suit case for travelling, finished with good strong leather corners, brass lock and catch. Early closing inch; .inch......................., (See our window display.) Early Closing Specials from our Grocery Department APPLES, catlliE and oookiae, in 20 Ib boxes, or for............ PEACHES, per box TOMATOES fancy home grown per to. CABBAGES, home arown, per Ib 4C Store CLOSES on Wednesday at ONE o'clock conies from .travel, change of environ- nent, and new experiences. Yet .isn't it more than strange (to me it is inexplicable) .hat sons and daughters of loving s so .often cruelly neglect home ,ies both, with regard to visits arid also in the matter of letter writing. Could .anything be sadder or .more ungrateful that such treatment of mother love and fatherly care, vhich were so freely lavished on ,hose sons and daughters in earlier 'ears. Did we realize the eagerness, .with vhich an ordinary (yes a decidedly, letter from an absent mem- jer of the family is received and prjz- by those at home, I don't think the most selfish could find it in lis heart to neglect the little duty of JVC. A man, I once visited, who. was ill 11 a western hospital away from omc, staggered me-with the state- lit, that his .mother away in east, did not "even know where was living. The man was educated, c'uicd, and had many admirable raits, but surely no just excuse for iich could be found. .Compare with this another picture, certainly is a much happier ne. This man; though married, told that he always sends a mid-week ird and a, Sunday letter to. his gray- wed mother, from whom he is sep- rateri by many miles. 1 wonder to which class in a great- r or less degree do you, my reader, elong. Let me enter a plea against the one id for Hie other. Belonging to the one will doubtless bring re1 grrf, when it comes too while belonging to .the other the inner which results from'duty faithfully done. IKO, CITY AND DISTRICT Visit Greenhouses Visitors to the Fair grounds Blib call at Prache Bros, greenhouses on the way. hi one house, 200 feet by 32 feet, there are under glass worth of tomatoes, while -In-iih acl Joining house there aie set out rose bushes._ "Great.White Way" Tonight Everybody in the city should take a walk down town tonight to see'the "Great White .Way." The street lights on Fiffh St. were completed.this after- noon and the; current turned on. FJfth Street and Third Avenue will be two of the best lighted streets' in the west from now on. appeared before Magistrate and Inspector. Howard, Took a Trunk In police court this morning Stantan Bentley charged with theft of a trunk. It seems that when he lefta his last boarding house, he took the trunk to enable him to and forgot tc return It. He acknowledged taking the turnk so was fined, five dollars and costs and ordered to restore the property. SIR WILFRID IS BACK Ottawa, Aug. AT OTTAWA Wilfrid baur- proved of the joyous stimulus, for- returned to the capital today, after an abience of several weeks. Part of the'time he spent holidaying in Que- bec, but more recently lie has been on a motor tour with Sir. Frederick Bor- den through the New England States. It is. expected, that Sir will address :a couple' o'C meetings In Northern Ontario shortly. Later on, hV will attend1 a. muhber of Liberal which gatherings'in Qucocc provinco. erower Wil! Appeal Chas. Brower appeared iti police court today charged refusal to pay Zella Hildretli her wnges, amount- ing to He was found giiHty and ordered to pay over the money and the costs of the court, Brower appeal- ed the case. Getting Rid of Weeds many complaints have been reg- istered with Acting Chief of Police Drown about the weeds growing all over the city that this morning he put a force of eight men to work cutting them down. Vacant lots .will be clear- ed of weeds, and'the cost .charged to the owners of the property. Grain Looks Well Robert Iboy, the well-known Oourlay Piano represcntathc is in the city to day after an extended trip through the crop districts. Speaking with regard to the grain In the Cnrdaton district, Mr. Ibey said that in manv places wheat will average 50 to the here. Ono field of oats (o .7. M. Hanson about Join miles from Caidston, Mr. Ibey-fajs will-areFHse 0 bushels to tlin acre. In another week cutting will be general.' .Many of the farmers have already cut a great deal of their crop. uppthe question of urging the to establish a parcels' post sys-' tern The matter wat discussed1 meeting of Ihe executive, and It was" decided to ask the larlous soclated .with the organisation "theirT opinion on the subject Lerhbndga, and some of the larger places have voted against, the .proposition, while several of the smaller towns are in favor of a parcels' poit system. Jtr, is, therefore, ery problematical 'whether the, Associated Boards vwill do anything1 further in the matter oa account of the divided opinion. Gas Connection! In Two The Canadian Western Uglit, 'Fuelf and Power Co. have taken one stores in the Hoiir- Block" for and show room Mr. A. of Calgary, Is to gales mud" Mr. Moore superintendent of. struciion. -A permanent staft of about thirty will be main'talned vby the com- pany in this city. It is that gas connections 'will be made with residences and 'business places in two weeks time. Orders are now being taken at the for connec- tions and there is evidence that- gns is going to coal as a fuel in practically every home in the city. B. J. Hubbett, laleg manager of the Calgary -branch, the city in connection with the open- ing of offices here. He sajs mand for natural gas in taxing the energies oE the company. Smaller Towns Favor Some lime ago Ihe Southern Al- berta, Associated Hoards of Trade took FELL FROM MOUNT AH H PEAK Tacoma, Aug Helen. Hunt Seattle school; Jell to her death fiom Pea to on 'Mount Rainier, today. Her.body .struck In a gulcli 500 feet down, bone was broken. She was brought here to, night, LADIES VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR AND WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRESENT OF A USE- FUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE. Ellison Milling Company ;