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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THK K DAILY TTKRALD Wednesday, We Catered To HonR.LBorden Ths Prime .Minister and made the wedding cako for a membwr of tho Dominion' Cabinet. As proof wo "ask you to try our Home-Made Bread, Pies try. Lethbridge Bakery F. McCAULEY, PROP. Rear Kennedy Blk. 13th St. N. Special Bread Coin-, petition at the Letli- bridgc Exhibition. No entry fee required in this class..- Bread may be delivered--up to 9 a. m., Tuesday morning. The following premiums are offered-by -.the Ellison- -Milling- Co., .Ltd., of Lethbridge, for' bread from their well- known brantis of flour. Class 192. Best leaf of bread made Flour, home made ,'..'..J10 55 Class 193 Best loaf of bread made by professional bakers, from "Cur Beet" flour J10 Class ifl4 Best loaf of bread made by a girl under 14. from "Our Best" flour Class 195 Best loaf of bread made made from Ellison's Whole Wheat Flour 5 Ellison Milling Company LOCAL JUDGE TO CONDUCT INQUIRY The Council sticks. Judge Win- conduct the police invest- igation as soon as .possible. City -Solicitor brought in his report to the Police committee this'after- noon, and on his report the Coun- cil decided ,to stand by their pre- vious decision to hold a Judicial investigation. COURT JUDGE WINT6R SENTENCES ONE FELLOW FOR ESCAPING FROM JAIL A special sitting of the District I'ourt was held tuilay with'slmlgB Winter iirrsiclins. A large number ul prisoners were mi hantl anil tho court umin presented a busy upl'tMr- iina1 fur a time. Doesn't I'iiy to Kscape Suffered Agony Until Cured Him Hundreds of people gladly testify to tlic wonderful curative powers ol the famous fruit medicine, To those now mlTering willl Indigestion, Dy.weh.sia or other Slomacli Troubles, this letter of Mr. .Stirling, the well l-'ied IVllito inu.ll! an attcu.pl to known real estate operator of Western break iron, the Jail Ontario, shows the to speedy .nJ DYSPEPSIA WE. DEDICATE THE MEMORIAL TOWER DUKE AND DUCHESS 'AND PRIN- CESS PATRICIA AT GREAT HALIFAX EVENT TURKISH MINISTER WAS OVERWORKED REASO'N GIVEN FOR RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR July ith, lust, whii'li Him immllis willi lined laliur. Talier Slioolinir GI.KNCOK, OsT., Ace. 15111. ion were so beneficial to I uic when I suffered with distressing Dyspepsia, that 1 wish to inform you of Dyspepsia, lliatlwisn to iniomiyouo Krank Mnller. a German, appeared! satisfactory results, on tl'e charge of sliootini; one (leorge j Although J have, in past, sufTera O limner at Taller, on the 22ml with Dyspepsia, 1 nra now in I perfect health. "Frml-a-tives" icconi- .Ilily. last, will! intent tu do bodll; desired result" harm. I'risoncr pleaded not- guilty i c. STIRLING, and his trial will take place at the. j "Fruit-a-tivcs" will cure every trace fill nf ll.c- court Mil sutMisis ol the imill. llloaliug. Pain After liatiBg.liillousnesa I MacCregurs Sentence Ucicrrcd and Constipation. j Uevander MacGregur, charged with "Fruit-a-tives" is the only remedy in monrv and soods Iron, Ml'-i fruit and valuable tonics. Constantinople, August 13. l.eod liros.. and also with obtaining: nboi, 6 for {2.50, trial sii-c, 'jPnsllil, Minister lit Uie Interior in the j from Malcolm McLean al Mac-! At all dealers or sent on receipt of price !new Turkish cabinet, resigned today, Icod under false pretenses, by Frnit-a-lives Limited, Ottawi. giving as-the reasons for-his'action. I guilty hcfore His Hanoi this alter-1________________________________ ill fhcaltlr and excessive work. The noon. Sentence was deferred pending! It I Grand Vizier is endeavoring to in- jollier charges which it is alleged will: Qj {_, O H O l_i ivl j rtiice-the minister to .retain.his .port-j lie brought against prisoner. I folio. Fahre.ldin Bey has been ap- j False Pretenses J pointed Turkish minister to Cet-iinjei John Oldcroft was.charged with i in succession to Sadrcddinc' Bey, .who plaining money by false pretenses from I resigned his post and leit the .AI. Morris, by uttering a worthless 'grin capital August Sth, while the cheque. This case was held over as RACE MEET RESULTS i relations between 'the two countries j were' acute as a result ot clashed be- tween Turks and Montenegrins on the frontier. Moluned Bey, Minister of 1'ious Foundations, left. Constantinople io- the crown not ready to so'on. Nesbitt Oischargeii .fames charged with au unnatural offence, wa.s .discharged af- ter hearing several witnesses whose evidence was not sufficient to con- day on a tour ot the Marmora coasts j vict. H. A. Smith defended the" to superintend the relief work in the'oner. The case was heard behind1 earthquake district. The steamer closed doors, carrying the minister is "laden with provisions and clothing for the suf- ferers. TO STUDY SINGLE TAX IN WEST Toronto. Aug. Foreman and Controller Church anti- cipate leaving the city on Saturday for Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver and Edmonton to study the single tax in those cities, ou which they port Declares Twine Will not go up (Continued from front page) The Canada Steel Goods Co., cap- ital is a'new Hamilton'con- cern; Frank Ilorvey, carpenter of Niagara Falls, dead, the result, of a-20- foot a scaffold. Dr. Morae'm Indian Root Pills meet the need which w of ten m every family for medicine to open up and regulate the Not. only are they effective in all t cases of Constipation, but tlrey help traitly in breaking up a Cold or La fcrippe by caning out the system and purtfytnp the blood. In the same 'way they relieve or cure BiHousnesi, JhoifHtiOfi, Sick Headaches, Rheum- (mtUm and other coiunion ailments. In the fullest sense of the nordi Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are 47 A Ra CANADIAN Edmonton Exhibition August 12 to 17 1912 joctlibridgc to Stratlicona and Kctnrii Going dates August Final toturn limit, Aligns! 20, 1912. R. G, McNelllie, Dijtrict Pass. Agent Calgary CANADIAN PACIFIC SPECIAL FARES TO Toronto, OnL AND 'RETURN LETHBRIDGE i Via Aim.-iir route........'.-.. M3.90 LaKc and rail route ..___ Dates of sale, AltgnV 32-L'S. Final .return limit, :tO days from date of For further parliculara apply to agent. R. G. McNEILLIE, Passenger Agent, V Calgary, Alb (ocal Tninks Situation .Serious Comnienting on the present critical condition of Western Canadian twine market, a promineiit dealer suid i this morniug that the in ills I had. twine uii hand, which could be brought, over on cable orders, and further advocated thnt the finality test be removed from the American product. "It was only a few years he said; "that English'manufacturers ot binder twine were skipping a fair quantity into Western Canada, tlie most aggressive.being Robin Hood .Cordage Co., of Newcastle-oji-Tyiie, and the Gourick Rope Works, but ihey practically abandoned the market be cause of their loss through the credit system prevailing. One of these firms on a five-year-old debt were able to collect only, forty qrCifty cents on the dollar. Another lost twelve hundred on orders aggregating a HiLle over three thousand. These English firms do 'business- at home oil a strictly cash basis, and were not prepared to undertake the very heavy expense of collection here. The twine miu'ket ia on a cash buying basis, and requires a year's capital ahead TO run it. It is.unlike any other it is impossible to take a Hen note on it like on farm machinery, as the se- curity evaporates as harvest proceeds. If soiling were .on a cash basis, the selling price might be cheapened, and, incidentally these British manu- facturers would be eucouraged to re- wnter the of course, many farmers are not iu shape to pay for the twine till after harvest. I do not think the seriousness of the situation has been said this deal- er, In conclusion. demaaid has taxed the supply to the limit. 1 am In favor oC keeping up the government test; excapt in the present emergency "but now I would like to see every pountl from every available source, including American prison and Eng- lish twine admitted Tritium .restric- tions, The trade has aupreza-ed the real peril of the situation, and.some- thing must be don61 at once. POPE REJECTS COLLEGE APPEAL .First Day There was a' quiet day's racing the first day at Clnresholm and there wen no harness events, the same not hav- ing Hlle-d. Results as follows: j Corinthian Welter Purse, gentlemen Beaver, Murray Hendrie, High' Riv- er Grey Cloud. H. Lusk, Okoloks, 2: Mayflower. T. iMcCaul, Okotoks 3. Beaver won in a gallop. ,Also ran, Cyclops.- fkillowa-y 'one Mazdah, F. E. Cilson, Calgary. 1: Chalcedony, W. H. Cochraiie. Mlllor- viile. 2; Oiincrabk. M. Hendrie, High River, 3. won by two lengths. Montreal, Aug. i has linTtely rejected the appeal of the citi-i ye! s' of St. .John's Qne., from the Vanco, .j.- p. starley. Okotoks, 2: Outset, IS.''Pickering, Siettler, discussion oi Archbishop Britches! in-j This was an exciting race with close terdicting the priests oi Mpnnoir Col- finish.' Also rails. Gala and Combnry iese, Cardinal Merry Del Vnl, in a' second Day. despatch .to the paper', Tliere waB'i; ,argc crowll o( coll. "The appeal has been rejected hy the siderably over 'WOO at the races and Holy See ill conrtirni'ity with the. let-'they enjoyed tiie--hest day's racing ter of the consistoria! congrcyjatioii' ever seen iu Chiresholm.' The Clares- dated July Kith, to '.vhich the con-' holm Derby was of course the great remains iirrn.." CATHOLIC CHURCH BURNED Sydney, X.S., Aug. was received at Sydney today ol the burn- ing of the Catholic Church at Ingon- Sail. church was only recently completed, and the congregation were still paying off the debt. The loss Is about insurance. CHINESE PROTEST London, Aug. Chinese ad; vlsers of the Peking government and the chiefs of'the presidential secre- have protested collectively ag- ainst the appointment of Dr. Georefi E. Morrison, as political Adviser of the Chinese according to the Peking correspondent of the London Doily Telegraph. The officials nrguvr that the country would not tolerate an alien being entrusted with the politi- cal .affairs of the nation. Dr. Morrison is the correspondent is Peking of the London Times. t "ALL IS SAYS CORSICAN Jlontreal, Aug. mar- conjgrani was receiyed by the. horse, ,Bess JL, was pitted against Urlmua -Mack. In a desperate race by Captain Cook." 'o TORONTO mm WELL AGAIN Freed From Bearing Down Paint, Backache and Pain in Side by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Compound. Torcnto. Ont. 'Last October, I wrqts to you for advice as I was completely run down, had bearing down senEation.in the lower part of bow- els, backuchc, and pain in the side. I aiso suffered terribly from gas. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's V egetablcCompound and am now entirely free from pain in back and bowels and am stronger in every way. I recommend Lydja.E. Pinkham's Compound highly to ali expectant moth- Mrs. E. WANDBY, 92 Logmn Avc; nue, Ontario. Consider Well This Advice. No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound a fair trial. .This famous remedy, the medicinal in- gredients of which are derived from na- tive roots and has for nearly forty years proved to be a valuable tonic and invigorator of the female organism. Women residing in almost every city and town in the United. States bear willing testimony to .th; virtue of Lydia E. I'inktmm's Vegetable Compound. If you have the slIghtcAt ilnulit that Lytliti K. I'inkliunrH blcConiponnd will wrilc drawing card and for this the import- ed English stallion Cartoon was favor- Ite. ,A heavy shower cl: rain just be- 11 j fore the race made the track soft and this helped who was favored in ihe handicap imd this horse, start- ing at 4; to 1 lell from start to finish despite a gallant effort by Cartoon to overtake him. The Allan line at noon touay, sa.v- for a soft truck. The harness ing that The fog in Straits evems -were, good .and th-ere was great of Belle Isle ha-d cleared and I interest in the 2.i2 In which the local that the vessel was now pro- ceeding on her. way to .Liver- pool. "All is the eon- from'the last hurdle Grey Clond beat elusion of: the dispatch signed' Kliuer Vogel a Scad for the Park hur- die race. Results: 2.12 trot or -.07 Urbana Hack, B. J. Capwell, Medicine Hat.............. 'l 1 Bess M., J. B; Clares- holm 2 2 J: F.; Reynolds, of Claresholm......... 3 3 2.23. The time for the first heat broke the track record made by Clyde .Wells... L'.L'u Trot or .Tack Wilkes, B. J., Capwell, Medicine Hat 2 Merrlman, V. C. Fleming, Lethbrldge Midget, E. J. Medi- cine Hat.......... J-5: 3.3S 1-S: '1. Half mile oiien, Pony Girncrack, M. River, 1: Cantata. B. W. BucUler, Okotoks, i'; Brownie. D. Harper, Stavely, 3. saddle horse race, 1-2 Wild Bill, J. C. Harper, 1; Spring Coulee 'Maid, J. R. Watt, 2; Cyclops, The Claresholm Derby (handicap) tinlf Mass., for Your lottijr will road and iinswered wtnnaiv And held in strict cnnDilcitCR. 2 1 31 2 -1 -1 4-5. stake 5160, 1 1-4 miles Matador. Ho., P. Starley. Okotoks, 1: Caribou. 124, G. M. Gray, 2: .lack Adams, 121, L. Borilen, Slottler, :i: Yd-.. Amo, 108. C. McDotigall. CranbrooK, 4. Time 2. lt> 4-5. Ladies' race, 1-4 Salome Jane, Miss Olive Dickson, 1; Uonvx-r, Miss Ferguson, '2; Star, Mrs. CasHkly, Local pony Brownie, owned by D. won from a field of five horses. Tanners' Trot Darkey, G. R. Maxwell I 1 Wildfire. II. .Dlmm 2 2 5-R milo dash Senator Warnm-, P. Snutell, Van- I Combury, C. McDougall. Cranbrook. 2. Park Hurdle race. 1 1-4 miles over Orgy Cloud. II. Lusk, Okotoks. I: Kllncr Vogel, J. Thomas. Calgary, 2: Star, G. Paisle.v, Granum, (Schmirr) .lolin Dargavel, cx-town clerk Brockville, died at tho age of 73. of Halifax, N. S.( today I'xU'iuIi'd a .most d ti> Hie Duke and Duchess o.I Cniinuught anil ,1'niK'e.st! 1'utrieiu. On the occasion of llui dcdicalioii of Ui? Memorial tower, creeled to conuucin- oiute Ihe nicRtiiiK first legisla- tive asttunilily of N'ovn Scotia, the pioneer institution Us kind iti Can- ada. The .streets were lilted by the K'oyal C.arrisoh vUliltory, Kirst -Canadian (Unison Artillery, (loyal" Canadian Knginm's, Royal Canadian Itcgiincnt, Mtli Princess Louise FusiUcrs and U3ril Kcgum-nt Halifax Hides, while there, wore thousands on tho streets and in the windows of residences along the line of the procession to give the visitors a most enthusiastic welcome. As the governor-general came, ashore a rillC HUlute 'of twenty-one guns boomed from (lie Citadel and for the lirst time, .since Canada has taken over lho dockyards n royal visitor had landed "there. The ceremonies wc.ro not lengthy as the party had to luavo liy noon on {he Karl" Grey tor the North Arm for the dedication of the Memorial tower. The, lower, it- self lias been erected on a promon- tory overlooking the harbor. The body of the memorial, of native iron- stone, is surmounted by an observa- tion cup of granite one hundred 'teet ibove thn sea level. The Duke of Connaught in- his ad- dress paid a tribute to- the Canadian Club and .Sir ..Sanford-Fleming. Less than two years ago Mis Royal High- icss said he represented Mis Majesty the King, at the opening of-the most representative legislative horiy of the Overseas Parliament of Hoiith Africa. he'was car- ried back 150 years to .the, meeting if the first of such assemblies. He said there were many people from ,ime to time who reviled the colon- al policy of the Imperial government, mt the careful student would find that tlial'p.oiicy-.hail always siood for recdom and justice for everyone and :hut the union jack whose proud folds overed our country was the perina- emblem of the possession of such privileges Xova cradle oi representative government the seas; might look with pride the Memorial tower, Ihe. Canadian statute.of liberty. WEDNESDAY AND l-'YTl'V THURSDAY t' r-A Tremendous Story of the Stage THE DIAMOND BROOCH Thrilling, Gripping and Powerfully Portrayed. 4 OTHER BIG FEATURES 4 .NEXT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HENLEY REGATTA Flakes economical as well as and; A ten-cent package contalny enough for twenty dishes; We are after your H.1 Meat Orders for Fair Week. We have made preparation for for these in Quality, Quantity and Variety of Meats. All this meat was bought on the hoof for It will be dressed in our up-to. date slaughter-house where it is handled in the rnos cleanly manner possible, and it will be chilled immedia_ tely after killing. This puts us in a position to serve you with the very best meats obtainable in the West. If you want Cooked or Smoked Meats we have the best. Our Brookfield Butter is the best in Alberta. Our Eggs are guaranteed to be strictly fresh. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 ;