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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta AVeilncsdii.v, 1-1, Till; LISTIl'BRIDGK DAILY JlliHALiJ Single Fare on All Railroads Good Races and Platform Attractions SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S BIG EXHIBITION AT LETHBRIDGE August 19th to 24th, 1912 BARNEY OLDFIELD The. Death Defying Speed King I CLAY PRODUCTSAT MACLEOD Factory may be Located Financial Deal is Commended Opening new Hospital Railways Busy And Ills coin pan iu.ns will race on Tuesday, Aug. 20th, at-.3 in. At The Fair Grounds For Information Write W.MCNICOL Manager, LETHBRIDGE Entnes Cldse Avgysf ik iMacleod, Aug. C. P. It; aro making great improvements In ilictr freight yards Iiorc. ruibliiK tho grade to bo 'uniform with that of and depot. They arc also doubling tho .capacity, of tlia frtiglit sheds, anil improving the depot. The C. X. K. have -men engaged In clearing the houses oft their right-of- way through the town, .so that when the contractors reach (own with the grade, they will not be -delayed. The Canada Western Natural Gas Light, Heat and Co. have their Baa pipe line .constructed south of the river to Twentieth street. From there it will run west on Twentieth street to the power house, when .cst will be made. UotU boilers will he fitted with gas burners ai the jiow- er station if the test proves satisfact- ory, and In thin way ihe town looks 'or a great saving in fuel. It may re- sult In a reduction in the coat of tghl and water to consumers, Tlw gas company reports that most of the house holders have signified their in- tention of using gas, and will be ready to supply gas' on September That Uie-work of the council iti put- ting through [he recent deal with Ben 11. Morgan is entirely satisfactory to the ratepayers .may be seen from the fact that no single objection has been made, showing that the people have .entire confidence in iMayor Stcdman and his council. The more the people discuss the subject the more they are convinced that the business was good and well carried out. While in Mac-1 leod, Mr. Morgan had several invita: tions from other towns and cities to tako- options on their Is- su-es. Macleod's financial standing makes her debentures good as gold. Air. Morgan'left on Tuesday for the J'adfjt! coast, whence he will sail di- reur for .Kii'giaiitK The new1 hospital will be opened oil Wednesday evening by Premier Sil- ton and Mayor Stedman. It is consid- ered one of the most up-to-date build- ings of its kind in the West. ,Thc general manager of the-Bank of British North'America; who has been visiting In Maduod for a couple o! days, reports business good, amt.'pro- inisee that their fine new buildingj will be erected early next year, j -The Vancouver Clay Products Co; have men looking over the ground, view 'to erecting large brick -and. tile 'factory, employing fifty men, and increasing as de- mands warrant. The Dry-Farming Congress coirimit- tec report favorably on their 'work. Everybody has the. best grain and vegetables ever, are willing to prove it by giving the goods for the exhibit. A large force of men arc engaged in digging tbe excavation for the new city hall. The basement and founda- tion will be completed this fall, and the superstructure will be started ear- ly in the spring. Dr. McLean has promised that the stone will be on the .ground in time for early spring operations. Union Bank of Canada INCORPORATED HEAD OFFICE, QUEBEC Bank's Progress Burtofl fart Six Yjeirs. C.pit.l, Depeiits, 'Tot.l An.ti, for Prtvivvi May 31st. Kor. Will. Mil M.4OO.OOO Savings department established at all branches. Drafts, money orderi and letters of credit issued. A general banking tnuisacled. -ETHpRIOGE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager 3RASSY LAKE BRANCH A B. KING, Actlg LONDON; ENG., BRANCH, i il Tkrcadnecdle. SI.. E.C. I F. W. ASHE. G. M. C. HAJtT BANKERS AID INEXPOSUR Moose Charter Closes Niglit next, Hall After this cUite initiation CHARTER MEMBER'S FEE Don't Let the Chance Slip LOCAL STUDENT IN SECOND PLACE IN THE, INTERIM -EX- THREE MILLION LOGS- ADRIFT Frederifiton, Aug. a re-' suit of the high freshet caused by she recent rains, n portion of the Mit- chell Uoonv the property of the St. John's River Priving ;Comp'any, 'at Lincoln, was carried nway night, and-between two and three mil- lion feet, of logs have gone adrift, the of -St. John mill owners. ELECTRIC PROPELLED. MERCHANT VESSEL Montrenl, Aug. have Just, .been let the lion treat. Trans portation Company, the'-pjt- natlian canal' trade will "have the'first merchant ves- sel ever built. "The ship will take its place in the trade next spring. The Hdcniific Cure for--Deafness. Cures A'rici' All Others Fail tlsc.Alexandra Hotel August 14, 15, 10, Dcinoiistratioii. Mr. .1. F. Landry.representing the Pennaylvaiiia. Ear Masseur. for the treatment and cure of deafness, head noises and ear dis- easps.wjll be in Lethbridge, -August J4th, loth.acid 36th, and will demonstrate absolutely free and without cost to all people who are suffering with any form of ear disoaSe that be.cured, No matter how long you have been deaf, or.who you have treat- ed wllh'ribr what mcdiciiic you: have taken, this is the anpliance Hint will cure you. It. is not a device that you are rerjuired to wear, all you have to do is to use the instrument night and morning about five minutes each time, and a cure will result. Tho manufacturers of this Masseur have heretofore sold them only to physicians, inasmuch as there are so many people, who can not reach a specialist without great expense and loss of. time, the company has within the last few mouths sold thorn by re- quest to patients direct. This Is the quickest and best possible cure all selected diseases of the ear. During.the. Mr, Landry is in Lethbridge. his demon- stration'will be absolutely free. He doss not as a physician to treat these diseases in any way, but will de- monstrate to you the use of this instrument, whirh-'is '.iuUicient within itself to convince you of HR womlorful curative' powers. Those afflicted can secure tho Masseur and treat themselves at home. This demonstration being free, you uro under no. obligation. Call and receive a trial treatment which will'convincfl you that It is an appliance that can be absolutely relied upon. Hear in mind that. Mr. Landry will be at tho Motel on the above date only and during that time ho win be pleased to convince each and caller afflcted with deafness that tJils trnjy scientific instrument possesses all tho virtues that are claimed for it. HOW TO CALL ON MR, LANDRY Tnkc main entrance to Hotel. Inquire of clerk to be shown to Mr. Landry's office, where in turn you will he received. The results of the first law .examinations conducted by the Law ..Society of-Alberta in-aiay last , just been issued 'Jby the educa- tion and.legislation committee pf the Benchers. The following have been granted a pasa standing, the names being arranged in order of merit: 'Lewis Frederick May hood, L.L.B., (.with Messrs. Short, Ross, Sehvood Shaw, Donald W. (with R. Andrew Smith, Esq., Leth- John Dixon Whetham, B.A., fwitli Messrs.' Lathwell Waters, 'Humphrey ,Philip May, B. New York, Aug. 13. banking interests, acting through t New York clearing houae commissioi came to tlio aid ot District Attorni Whitman in'his efforts to la bare the 'alleged corrupt alliance h twcen :the police and the gamblii fraternity, founded graft ai uiackmail. A virtual command V; given by the commission today to a batiks in'the'clearing house to Eurnii the district attorney v.'ith a record deposits they have received from ai of. tlie high whom district attorney suspects of havii been a collector of blackmail from t! disorderly clement' ofr'th'e city. As a result, records showing tlu within the last-eight, months PoK' Lieutenant Charles Becker, charge with tlie. murder of Herman Rose) thai, and accused of gambling graft lias made bank depositsp'of i his own name, or that- 61 his wife were placed in the hands ot thcVpuli lie proKCculor, BAD WASHOUT AT- SACKVILLu A., formerly of Lethlmdge, (witii M-ossrs. Rutherford, Jamieson and Grant, Humphrey Bur- nett Phillips (with -Messrs. Short, Gross Co., Ar.thiir Ed- 'ward Dean. B.A., (with Boyle, Par lee Co., Kobert 13d- ward ifcLaughlin. B.A., !JIessrs Emery, Newell Co., Percy Herbert Russell (with R K. ;Entont Esq., Arthur Mac- hircn Mowat, 3.A., Messrs. Short, Cross Co.. Gep. Reginald Porte ilessrs. Cwing Harvio, Patrick Har- 'court' O'Reilly, B.A., (with 'Messrs. Carson Mucleod, j Howard 'E. Forster, (with j Messrs. Lougheed, Bennett Co., of Jacob Bell Barrou (with MessTs. Twecdie McGillivray, Cal- Alexander Wilson, j C. A. Grant, Esq., Roder- fck Francis Murphy, B.A.. (with MesK- Landry Laiidry, John Blue, B.A.. provincial librarian, (with Messrs. Boyle, Parlec ft Co., James Russell Shearer, (with Messrs. Peacock Skene, Cal- Sackville, Aug. th> orst electrical storm that ever visit ed Sackville passed over bore thi morning, lasting from midnight unti four o'clock. The Catholic church Middle Sackville, WHS badly dam aged; a house of Middle Sackville la waged; three- nf-.her residences, as well as a number of barns, were dam .aged to some extent. 'The rain fell in torrents and the country is Hooded. The dams at Merices Lake. Ogden's Mills'and Bui- mers went out, causing great damage. FRANK McGUIGAN COMPELLED TO RETIRE Montreal. Aug. Board of Control today received notification from Mr. Frank II. McGtiigan, former- ly of the Grant] Trunk, and now cue of the most prominent contractors in th-a Dominion, that pn account of ill- hoalth, ho must retire from active worlt. ami Ktsiting that it was his de- sire to turn over the contract he has for iho construction a" Montreal's huge filtration system, work on which in now proceeding rapidly, to his chief engineer, Mr. Norman. McLeod. Tho ccntroctp amount to over a mll-i lion dollars. and Women, you now have a. -clnuiee of regaining' your health since the im- portation o[ VIGOROL The Great French Tonic into Lefhbrulge by J. lligiuboUiam and Co. Ltd., the leading druggists. Weak and run down, tired and full of pains. Do you know you can feol better In a -few days if you are only wise enough to take VIOOHOU the Great French Tonic. Your pains and aches will go. If you are run- down, no ambition, tired and lazy, VIGOROL will make you strong. VIGOROL builds up tho nerves, purifies the blood, removes rheumatism, cleanses the whole system, drives out everything that pnrtaius to dis- ease. Disease cannot live where VIGOROL is. Why suffer? Sure- ly your life is worth a few dol- lars. Well then, you can buy VIGOKOL for one dollar a bot- tle at -f- MlRlnbotniim Co.'s drug store. S.O.E. MAY JOIN WITH ORANGEMEN IN FIGHTING FOR THE MAINTEN- ANCE OF THE BRITISH LANGUAGE Niagara Falls, pnt., Aug. bi-eiinial meeting of the Grand Lodge ol tlie Sons of England, which began its sessions .vill .probably witness a marked change in the atti- tude of the order frorn a benevolent, to a pa trip tie.; organization. An ei- fort will be made to induce the Sons of England to, co-operate with, the Orange-associations in opposition the extension of hi-lingiuil schools. It has ireen suggested that the.mar- riage 'quest-Ion will foqn a 'jcafure of the. discussions of the meeting, tint a j certain section of the delegates are j .nxious to this, although it j s tonight said that one of the ,dele- gates will precipitate by i formal motion. It may, howivcr, ;0mc up as collateral to the invita- tion to participate'in the Knglish anguagc congress. The-reports 01 the secretary show a substantial increase over the returns made .to the Gram! ,odge meeting two -years ago. new mcnitiers have been adrt- d. has boon paid oat, in sick .tbnents and in death w i you buy ask lor middles THEY HAVE A' BASE HEAD, WITH. SILENT. TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have Isfied. Canadians since no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada BONUSING EVIDENTLY UNNECESSARY Moose Jaw, Aug. defeat, of tbe bylaw a -lew days ago embodying a large expendi- ture to a well known eastern corpora' tion is believed to mark the inaugura- tion of an. important policy ,of muni- cipal development for'.Moose Jaw, and in fact for this section of. the-west. As stated by a leading local .daily "There might be some excuse for bonus ing the milling industry if it were really an infant industry-in Can- ada. But milling is .already well'es- tablished here, aiid tbe industry is growing rapidly. -The centre of the wlveal. fields should -be. the.. most economical place for the manufacture of Hour POPULAR RESORT TO BE DEVELOPED HYMN IS NAMED "THEODORE" Watrous.. Sask enr the to- tal' was New Kirby Hotel OFFERS High Class Accommodation to the Commercial PubMc. But Meets all Traint T F Kirhy Methodist Composition so Classified Because it is Strenuous Asbury Park, N. J., Aug. body knew until Organist' Carl F. Jrico addressed the organists'' cou- 'emioii in Ocean Grove today that a larticularly strenuous hymn tune hart named Theodore, in honor of the htni party leader, ft is incorporated !i the .Methodist Hymnal.' The hymn was written by Peter C. outkln. dean of the College of Music i the Northwestern University. When Lntkin first played the tune for 'rof. Charles U. Stuart, the latter lid: "That is strenuous." "We'll have to name it Roosevelt." ras the reply. Then it was agreed between t-he wo profcssors-that. "Thnodore" should a substituted for and Theodore" it is. I CHEPPS DENIES CONFESSION- IN ROEENTHAL MURDER Hot Springs, Ark., .Aug. the authorized, statement which he eclares he has made since his arrest witness in the Hoseiithal murder in Schepps here today branded as Isc all rumors tlmfr he had cunfesa- d. lie says he has nothing to con- .ss and announced that, he hits do- anded to be given into custody of me other than District Attorney hitman representatives when they rive. Police Chief Leonard said today he would noi, turn- Schepps over to tho New York po.Hce department agent without making a light to hold him for Whitman's men. A TITANIC FAKIR Toronto, Aug. months in Central prison was the sentence given Abraham Crownsteiu today. He palm- ed himself off as a Titanic survivor, who had sijuht hours on nn-Iceberg before being rescued. Me collected some money In Toronto on the plea o-' destitution shortly after tiie disaster, aliti tried to repeat the per- fcrmance in Berlin, Important Notice TO HOUSEHOLDERS OF LETHBIHIGE hoiiEeholdei lodging house keeper, and piopertj Is rettuested to .ntl the Committee on Atcomir.odRtion of the Drj Karming ingress h; AT ONCE sending m a Hat of rooms Imic available Oct 16th to 2bth The CommtUee dwirei to list at once 2000.rooms. Fill out tbe attached blank and send it by mail. H, J. GOODE CHAIRMAN ACCOMMODATION COMMITTEE. Mall to International Dry Farming Congress, Royil Bank Building, Lethbridgc: No. of rooms available No of bingle beds No of double beds Can place cots, if supplied How many No. of people you -can care for Would place tents on lavn man> Would you breakfast visitors .....___Any other meals: Suggested price lodging...........Suggested price menls Nearest car line............ Distance from .deftot Further particulars Name Phone No. (St, Address) BURLAP We lunc a as-.oilnicnt of Burlapo of the best quality for sale. WELLINGTON BROS. 613-lOlh St. S. Eitabjllhtd 1M7 PtWM ;