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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, August 14, THE LETHBRpflE DAILY HERALD It Luck Bak- ing day because of perfect baking powdir ll in "Albtrta's Beit." ib- "Albania's Best" It "Alberta'a Bast it pefaotly frea from any aubatanae injurioui to "AlbertaV Beit" it is known by good cooks your grocer.-far it today. PRIDE'INFLATES SEA GIRT, K. J., PUV.QM THE MAP, BY MR. WILSON I 'VISIT JOUR.'BOOTH AT THE AN'D .'WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRESENT Of A USE FULr HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE Ellison Milling Company Table Board Ail home cooking. Ladies or Gentlemen 1208 Third Ave. S. (Redpith) PHONE 1150 MILADI (EDITED BY "1NO" Office, 1214 111ft Wondrous is 'the strength ol cheer- tho cheerful man will do more iii the same time, will do il belter and will preserve it longer than the sad ami Cultivate an agreeable manner matter at- what cost, thus yon will be ..sure oi being everything with son people and at least'something to all TRACTORS'WENT UP IN FLAMES FIRE DESTROYS NEARLY FORTY OF THEM AT :RUMELY WORKS 14 Porte, Ind., Aug. paint ehop of the -M. Rumely Company was destroyed by .fire late last night, in- cluding 38 oil-pull tra'ctor.3, entailing n lo'is of Spontaneous com- bustion is believed to have been the tiause. The lives of thousands of per- sons who bad been attracted to the scene by the spectacular tire were endangered by the explosions of oil. (Tho flames came'within eight feet of n tank containing gallons of oil, the explosion of which would have t.wrecked the entire plant. Several 'oil pulls and threshing machines val lied at half a million dollars were' saved. Henvllle flrlres the village :hack-, and he says tbat the nomination of Governor Wilson is the biggest thing that ever happened to Sea Girt, N. J. He says, in fact, that It is about the only tiling worth mentioning tbat'erer ban. pened to tbe village. i..... Sea Girt is so surprised at finding Itself on the map of the" United States a" once that tbe only person who has kept his head about It is Charlie Hen- ville, and he has travelled and seen things like this before.. The "Presidential show" bus become one ol the main attractions along the the Governor's lawn wbllc waiting to catch a'sllmnse of the s: ico I itatesm.-m' A VICTIM OF SPOTTED FEVER PHYSICIAN WHO HAD ERADICAT- ED IT FROM BITTER ROOT VALLEY Washington, Aug. 11. Assistant Surgeon McClintick, of. the United States Health and .Marine Hospital FORTY THOUSAND PENNIES PAID A PART OF DEPOSIT ON SALE OF A ROCHESTER RESTAUR- ANT Rochester, Aug. J. O.lcn- bach purchased the llofbrauhaus, a restaurant, from Carl Stoidant Hospital Service, died today of May, and in part payment Rocky Mountain' "spotted fever, i'lamed oier HI 000 pennies Ihue martyr to the cause of. nijdical sci ]lvero 27j Pounds of them and the ci enic DHL ol the foremost specialists I n this deadly malady! which he vir- Haa a Record for Growing Hair Machela, Nature's Scalp Tonic, will 'to it in 95 cases out of 100. It is the only remedy ever, discovered .'that, is si'milar to the'natural hair foods or liquids of the scalp. Removes dan .druff, prevents falling of the hair and ajl other diseases of the' scalp. Each package contains a packet of Machela Eiry Shampoo Powder. Price for com plete home .treatment, Sold and guaranteed by .Tackson Co. Arc Our.'Best We love to plene .a careful buyer. have the best meats In town, and if the buyer will only exercise care In selection we. know we have 'secured a reg- ular and satisfied customer. Lettibritfge Meat Market J. MURPHY, PROP. Theatre, Phone 635 :ually had eradicated from the Bitter loot valley in Montana, it was the irom of fate that Dr McClmtiok should succumb to" the disease. He had been investigating the fever in Bitter Root fpr the last two jcars ind so complcteh hid he eradicated tlie tick which transmits that, malady that no ca'se developed this year until Dr. McClintick him- self MIS stnckrn llib illness is, ported .to the pnlilic health service August ninth, when he started for Washington from' Montana. Enroutc the disease is as spot ted id when the patient ar rived hero it was known that he despenkh ill Dr. McClintick was 31) years of age and had been connected with the puli lii. health and manm hospital sen it for fifteen-years.--A native of Warni Springs he i gnduitc o! tin Ijmversm Ol Virginia His wife a briile of a few weeks, survives. ol the s loo1 ed like miniature bank. Of course, there was other mono; bufc.never in the history of the cit so imm pennies s-en fl pennies were taken- in over the com tor" by Odcnbach, ivho has held lease of the place. They, were, brushed into a chute ail allowed to run -into.- the cellar Miss' Davidson is spending a vaca- tion with Calgary friends, E. U. Hylands and little laughter left .yesterday to spend -a ihort holiday 'with friends in Cal- gary. Mrs. llishop (net! who has teen iU. for the past six weeks, is re- lorted much Improved today. i Mr. Tramner, of .Winnipeg, former- y of the Hank of Montreal staff here, spending a vacation in the city. Mrs. -1. Janucson, of Okotoks, spending two or three weeks the uest of her.sistcrriiirliiw, Mrs. T. H. lavjdson. The members of the Court of the Eastern Star are looking forward to a treat tomorrow afternoon, which will take the form of a picnic at the river bottom. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Owen, of Min- neapolis, who are visiting at their ranch near Cardston, will arrive iu the ciU nn Sgtnrdav in their daughter, Mrs. ,1. F. Cumming .Mrs. -I. R. 'Anderson. Mrs. W. H Miss. Ulanchard, Seattle, Mr. .1. H. Wallace, and Mr. George Ross, ir.'otoreil. to Medicine Hal yes and will return on Friday, Mr. employee of the Jackson Drug le.aves tomorrow night [or where lid. will meet. Mrs Brown }s en route to this ciU from Tocpnto Mr ind successful in passing his junior teach- er and matriculation examinations, carrying off honors in the former. Mr. Wodell, who wrote on the de- partmental examinations in Hamil- ton, is spending the summer with his parents in this city. The tennis courts were thronged witli enthusiastic players last eveu- ing, the four courts being in con- stant play until .the fading light ar- rested the game. A few of those noticed were Mrs. Mrs. Peters, Miss DC' Veber, Miss Tripp, Miss 1-Ianrahon, Miss Jralian and'' Messrs. Shaw, Peters, Wcstland, .Mason; Sciinau, Oliver Cocij, McArthur, and McGqiiehin. LEWIS-ST1VKN The Globe's Gitelph correspondent says "On Wednesday a very pretty wedding was solemnized at Ciuelph, when Christine May, third'daughter of Mr, and Mrs. George Stiven, was united in marriage with Elton Lew- is, Superintendent of Fairs und Insti- Thc ceremony was conducted by the Hev. Dr. Dix -of Cnalmcr's church. Mr. and ftcwis left by the even- ing train for their home in Edn.on- ion. Clubs and Societies Report of "district arid relief, work for June, 1311' 4 Number of pitients attended 12 cv Mrs. Brffwn tiers. will make, their home Mr. and Mrs.. Cf.. S. Podger nounce the engiigcmeiit of their daughter Rictta to Roland V Crawford. .The .bo cole: irated at their horaeii.n26. Fourteenth St., "S., at nine-thirty-on Wednesday ivcning, September 4th. At Valcniont, the' lieautifil! Alberta omc of Mr. and Jonathan lodgson on Mond.-U August 5th heir. little daughter Uuabcth. Vngu Hodgson, horn at Lcthbridgc, May Oth, the sacrament of aptism at tile hand of the Rev, Dr, Hj B. A., Presbyterian minister, iowley Congratulations are due R. II. ell son oi I T Wodi.ll managing rector of the N'cws, who has been on 1 anil tigauon lil) 122 27 OUR ADVANCE SHIPMENT OF OUR NEW CREAM SERGES FOR FALL arrived. Tho'sp serges nrc imported div- ed from England and arc unrivalled in qual-, ily uiid material. You will find them in our Dry (ioofls -Department on the Main Floor. Their inspection is cordially invited. Hudson's Bay Co. ASKED HIM TO GO OUTSIDE Total 'SI The following donations are- gratO' iulh icknou let ged Mtscidims Cordon I in mug J U Hiynbotham G U lison, J. S. Shepherd" and others whose names we have not received. Clock Messrs. Bowman and Arm- strong. Knives and Miss C. French. PlunkeW ami Savage. Clothing .has been given to three families, and fruit to seven families. Report "of district, and relict work for July, .1812 Number of patients attended 27 Lalls prolcssional 1-13 nicndU lifi Calls-fljusiness ind Total idt The following donations are grate- fully acknowledged Murray ,1. 0. Wilson. R. .-Vndersoh and others whose names we have'.nut' received. J. 0. Wilson. .Clothing has been given to one fam- ly and one man. Nourishment sup- ilicd for. one woman. Milk supplied or one baby Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY IS REPORTED MISSING Brideburg Official Alleged to Be Short in His Accounts Brldgeburr, Aug. n.-i-George C. Mur- dee, general secretary of the Railroad Y. M. C. A. here, IE missing, following an examination "of his books made since the beginning of -the month. It has been reported to the 'officers of the Cro'n-n that there Is an alleged shortage of and that an In- formation would be laid against man. It I8 said that suspicion was aroused wnen local merchants com- plained that they could-not their accounts settled. Inquiries rnado In- dicated that, there'was practically no moirey to the credit of tho Y. ill. C. A! in the bank. II. Is said here that, tho last cheque cashed was for the secre- tary's monthly -ERROL BOUCHETTE DEAO Ottawa lug nol Bouchette F.R.C.S.. 'the Parlismentari library, and one of the best know] of Canadian-literateurs. died this af a .local hospital, from ty phold lie VTS in his 10th ieil ind hat been il! onh i few dajs The dec) ed wis a son of the late R C one time Oanidiin Com was born in Quebec FRECKLES New Drug that Quickly Removes Theie Homely Spots There's no longer the slight- est need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as a new drug, othine-double strength has discovered that positively re- moves these homely spots. Simply get one ounce of oth- strength from J. D. Higlnbotham Co. and ap- ply a little of it at night, and in the morning you will sec that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, while light- er ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than an uiiuuu in iieeutm iu coin piety iy clear the -akin and gain a beau- tiful .clear complexion. Be sure to ask for tho dotiblc strength otbine as this is-; so hi under guarantee of moiioy back if It fails to remove freckles. .1. D. Higinbotham Co. Ud. AUSTRALIA IS NOT PLEASED WITH DECISION TO FREE AMERI- CAN SHIPPING FROM CANAL TOLLS Melbourne, Ant, ti alii Aug li Alfred IJcakin. Ifiiiiler of tlie1 Kcdera! Opposition, a.sked Premier Fisher it the Huuse of R-prespiitatncs jester lay wtmLlicr lie in tended to coniinUii- icatR with (lie Imperial Govcnunenl respecting (lie Anieiicnii. feenait b dc cision to exempt from .Panama caual b coastwise shipping as it is a matter of importance to Vnsiralia. Premier Fisher replied that he re- Uiu American ducision which ppcared to he clearly against the (.Tins of the Anglo-American treaty, le already had communicated with .he Imperial government, lie said, and lopcri that (lie matter would he sat- sfact-orily settled. K. OF P. MEET IN WINNIPEG BAP CRACK AT PRESIDENT TAFT Washington, Aug. the nar- ow margin of five votes, the House odny passed (he wool tariff revision 111 over President Taft's veto. The ote, 174 to SO, was made possible nly by the deflection of twenty-one epresentatlves who voted with tiia >emocrats. The announcement, of lemocratlc success created a wild cene in the House, and amid great onfusion. the Republican leaders pro- iflted Hint. Snpnlrpr rinrlr CC'-ir.t s voting ten members who answered to their names, a ruling liich would have defeated the Demo- programme by overcoming tho ve vote margin, and making Impos- hie the fecording of the necessary birds votn of the House. This 10 Speaker declined to do. Aug. Supreme Lodge Knights of Pjtluas todaj cided to hold the convention in Winnipeg, in 1314. -The selection of the convention city practically com- pleted the considerationVof business Notification.''was given the Supreme Lodge that, the representatives from the Grand Domains of Alberta. British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Que- bec had .decided fudge Me ol "U mitobi in nom Ination for the o-ffice of Supreme Vice- Chaucellor at the 1014 meeting. EDDY'S SON-IN-LAW IS ANXIOUS TO SETTLE DIFFERENCES WITH CONGRESSMAN Washington, August Longworth, son-in-law of ex-Pfesident Koosevclt, and Representative Jeffcrr son Levy, of New 1 oik, had an alter- cation on the floor of the House yes- terday during Longworth invited Mr. Levy "to come outside with where they would settle their differences. The tiouble arose during the vote on the wool hill .over-riding''the pre- sident's veto. Levy came, into'- the Chamber late and, insisting on his right to have his vote lor the bill recorded, told Speaker Clark Miat he had bqcn in the Chamber yhen his name .was called but had not heard it. exclaimed Longuorth, "I saw you coming in "here just a min- ute and it was after the call had' been completed." 'You are, Levy-hot- Ij I was in the Chamber as I e stated." Walking towards Levy, the Ohio Congressman, with flushed face re-, torted, "I saw you coming into this Chamber just as I have said Let ui go outside and we can settle this question." Lciy declined tlie challenge, NURSES AND .DOCTORS ARE REMEMBERED Moutieal, Aug recognition of their services to the .Duchess -'of Conniught during hei leceut iUueu, his Royal Highness the Duke, of Con naught'lias presented Garrow, nd to the nurses most closely contact with the mementoes. Four.of'thc nurses at the Roial Victoria Hospital were giv- en diamond brooches, and were pre sented nith autograph photographs FORT WILLIAM -STRIKE ENDS Fort William, Aug. an greemeut reached this afternoon, the strike of the steel-rail handlers ended, and it is expected that work at, the steel docks will be resumed' tomorrow morning ACTING CHIEFS DISAPPEARANCE NEW WESTMINSTER POLICE SER- .GEANT HAS DROPPED OUT OF SIGHT Vap.iom er, Aug. U. Police Ser- geant Hm, Stanton, o! New West- minster, acting chief during the ab- sence of Bradshau, who went to Lot Angeles, California, ,ifter the al- leged eel, tank robber, has disappear- Last l Thurbdaj nigllt' lie walked out of the station and since then has not been sera Stanton was a steady man and the otticials can guo no reason foi his disappearance It looks as, if he had contemplated some kind of trip, for Ou tbe aftet- noon before he left, he went down and bought himself a new out Tit fiom hat to shoes There, is ;Jno ground for believing that he was He dctim of foul play BISHOP THREATENS. TO' RESIGN London. Aug Blair, of the Falkland Islands, which is ibe largest diocese In the world, embrac- ing the nmjoi portion of the contin- ent of Soutii America, "who attempted to laiso JoOO.OOO for church work in those countries, has succeeded in get- ting only He announces that hp will resign unless an adequate re- sponse appears before nut Septem- ber. Keeps the blood cool, the busy man to the office with an active brain and. the mental and physical power to grasp every problem 4 There are no "keep out" signs where QUAKER BREAD is made. That is MMU. d., 770 i HUIIC "Cleanliness is Our Pride' ;