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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Ln- DAILY HERALD SHvelriorServicfgJ you are sure of depend- ability if This brand, known as i "SilverFlattthatWfara' assure! long sen-ice becai' sc it'iB'thelieax-Idstsilvcrpla le. L-oolc for ihe trade ma tk, J 'S6M by MR. CROTHER'S JNNOVATION .SUBMITTING ..LATER-, RUSSIA KEEPS WOULDN'T ALLOW TROOPS TO TO MONGOLIA TO ABOUT PEACE Peking, Aug. prominent and patriotic Mongolian prince, leader of itllc Mongolian alliance, an !jaw of several-.thousand leading jgoliniis, has planned an expedition to Mongolia, ,to be .accompanied by .Chi- nese troops for. tlie purpose ot over- coming the independent movement INSURGENTS JOIN WITH DEMOCRATS IN OVERRIDING THE VETO OF PRESIDENT TAFT.ON TARIFF! BILLS' Washington, Aug. its action-'ot yesterday when ii passed woo! tarifi bill over the J're'si- :lens's veto, the House today re-putts- cd the vetoed iron tariff, bill, within two'hours after it had returned the White iloxi'sc with the President's veto message.. The vote was 17.'! to 83, a margin.of inly two votes over the two-thirds necessary to over-ride the president. Tile .Si-nalc at almost the same lime was engaged in passing the Democratic cotton tarifi hill, sent them a week ago by tlie Mouse. KIMI- alor l.alolletle's substitute, which represented the views of-tlie tariff hoard, wa's voted down 'IB to and l.ufollctte and. eight other Progres- sive Kcpublicaiis later .-joined the De- mocrats in passing tlic cotton to An amendimit attached re- pealing all but the pulp and paper section of the Canadian reciprocity TO A -PERMANENT .CONCIL- IATION BOAR.O she will noL permit China to soldiers to 'Mongolia on. account the infringement, of Russian spec'ia! interests which it would entail. The f hitipse Monument is helpless uid iU in order to imtlipr. pteiciit lahor (o RUSSIM .troubles is being- tried, bv i V. Mothers, nnmslerc, labor, and so flf s far as met dtfL-iilfiu Mr Ottawa, A pVsin to extend scope of the (lisputes which is the.basis of the Russian de- mands Uuit China grant Mongolian autonomy and that steps he taken to luring .about-the partition of Mongolia. Russian nou ahjecls declaring that (.'rothers iis' endeavori.'ng to have a incited tint tici i (.Qiiuli ition ljuaril unkj-s in by" .which both parties agree disputes to thine it, thus a pir Af> suhinit all ilit s UUP hoiiil iiianenl, conciliation, hoard ready, to >eUle all dispuies u'hieli mav arise. The plan' has just been tried in con- ju'ction with IFie coal mines of 'AI- li-rU the Utnke se-ttlul la It last i pqimanuit uoird w is Lstdbhshoc! (he disputes be Iwpcn the ind OIL n LII hi oli_ Id prubttbK othei hive- virsultcd in another shutdown of the mines, have been, 'settled bv this loaid Ihis plaFi Ins so sue i r siulh in tlic tint Mr Cro iheis is extending it ind is enne-uoi to have a, 'similar clause inserted an atvard is made. I he Monsohun alliance climb tha Russn is eiidrauinni, to deceive tli uoild ipkiulirik Hit Mongolian desire for independuice ind chitted that the alleged sentimetii is dim io'ex- ternal influences. -It declares that lilt, do not want a change which uould fcue Russia contiol ind Lhim would lose a xst turntoi} CHAIR RUNG AS POISON ANTIDOTE York, Heller SHINER HAS FORTUNE. Calgary, Aug. iMcljaren. T v> ho has bet n earning a.' precarious Hveliliobd in Calgary shining shoes, has been ad- bj a of liwyers that he is heir to a. foitune of 000, and will leave for the Coast city in a few days to become possessed "of Ins let, ICA CHARGED WlTH MANSLAUGHTER Keghm, A_iyg. A foreigner nam bnow toboggan -nis used towed behijid A. D: Wheeler's launch Krao II. and carrying Miss Foote. -Mies Foote claims that the sport is very thrilling and plenty of excite- ment .was. furnished by the antics of the plane as it was towed, at a rate of .speed of about .10 miles in hour, past the town. This'sport Is one that is very popular at -eastern summer lesoLts and will iccoiding to Miss Foote be taken ilo quickh acturing countries and districts ave been left lirhiml. Cheaper food and good wages are expected to have a great influence on the prosperity of :the world during the coming season. The recent, fall in cotton staple ap- pears to have discounted largely a big crop as the world's demand for cotton goods. is. likely to' remain hea- vy' Strength probably will be maintain- ed in the -silver market as the Indian government, is expected to buy freely during tlie next few months. After their disheartening drop, con- sols arc ogayi on tlie upward swing, owing to llii; manifest, improvement in the international political situa lion. Another strengthening influence lias been the very large sums avail able, for purchases for sinking fnnd.s md for the invalidity- insi OOTENAY lis easily controlled.. That's why it is such a .marvelous fuel- saver and so [popular with [thrifty wives. M.Clarys tfcn men, as they are oiilv the "ad- vance guard" of further companies in- terested in I'ein Creek mining trict it is c jnfidenlh that' this locality Mill at fast be guinj Ihat prominence lib imii'ng wealth deserves. .lallre Grimand, a Ii'rcncli-Cunadian, dieil suddenly in 'the.Canadian Hotel! Saturday evening Gnmainl was ap-lSAYS NAVAL POLICY HAS BEEN parently quite himself all dav >n SETTLED UPON AND'WEST'IS act, he has not been known lo TICKLED WITH IT been at all ill since be has been ml this country. I "j was seen to rise Ottawa, Vtigiiit II lion Saic 'rom his chair and then fall to the nun-stci ot militia, returned door. Medical assislinre was oil- Smm "ls western toni tonight In the IDLE TALK BY COLONEL SAM .ained but deceased was 01 an mteniew he that found to have died from heart lail- ''le of the are particular- solicnie. WATERWAY FROM ADAM. -BECK GIVES' EMPLOYEES A SHARE London, .Qnt., Aug. are now -being- formulated by. Honf Adam Beck- for-merging his foiir factories into one joint stock company, with a capitalization of the new shareholders- in :th'e' company to be the-senior-employees of the various factories. The Beck .Manufacturing Company has now factories at I ondcni Ham inland Montreal, and is ab'out to build another in Toronto. NEW JESUIT COLLEGE .FOR EDMONTON Edmonton, Aug.- Edmon- ton is much too'important to'be over- tool ed an) longer bv the Jesuits in the mutter of education is the state- ment made by -Hev. -Father Hndon. S. teacher of rhetoric at -St.- Boniface college who accompanied 03 Father Jean SJ lectoi ot the col lege, has arrived, in the city for the purpose of selecting a site for tlie building of a Jesuit college, as well as to orgauixe the institution. EDMONTON TO 'PEG Ottawa, Aug. is stated in official circles that Engineer Voligny or the Department of Public Works, who has been in charge of the surveys tar the proposed six foot barge cairn: from Edmonton to. Winnipeg, is now at-work: on a final report and tbat an' estimate of the cost of the pro- posed 'waterway will be in the posses- .sion of the government early this autumn. The expectation in official circles, is that a vote will be placed in the estimates next session for the preliminary work. It Is thought.that the canal will cost several millions. CORSICAN INJURIES SERIOUS .Montreal, -lug. is believed here now that while the injured Corsi- can is in no danger, her injuries are more serious than at first'suppos-ad. It is announced that on arrival at Liverpool the vessel will be. fitted with a new stem, and that the opera- tion will take from ten to fourteen days. lure. Grimaml was oi enthusiastic the government's his home being in st Pipitc la Bee- i out' gteat Imperial navy p. Q. The lioilt is being held "Hiiinanding the respect ot all na- in McPlierson''! I ndertaking 1'arlorh tlous Kml controlling the seas Col pcniling worll being rcicncd from his aitel atlenilmg the umeiiing brother. of the monument Su Isaac Broclc, at .John Martin of the Inlmialional Brocl-iille, will proceed' to Quebec, Securities compaiu, is '1L'ru' llc spend a few ilajs be- iting his brothel, las M.utm of the fore ia'llnS 'or Hnglanil, September Cranbrook Co (21i atteml the Aldershut mllltan A. Cameron, of Movie n C, 1Simanoeuvres He will be accompanied visiting friends in tie citv of London Col ILandli, of Quebec Col Ilacslon, Lt -Col .Morrison, Co! and Major Robertson. "CON" MEN IN HALTON COUNTV- Toronto, Aug Halton Count) has been visited in the post few days by two prosperous looking gentlemen with philanthropic, dispositions Thej have shown a number of well known fanners the road to easj wealth and BO desirous ol "getting in" on the good thing Is Mi Joseph Rogers, sup Ion8 established declines to'ho IR WILrRID AND THE NAVAL PROBLEM Ottawa, Aug Although Sir Wil- frid Lauiiei, In accordance with his CAN'T DEFINE A WHITE WOMAN Saskatoon, Aug. grounds that he could not assume, responsi- bility of defining what constitutes a white woman, Magistrate Brown, in police court this morning, reserved his week-, in the first test case brought under the Provin- cial Act, which provides that no white woman shall be employed by an Ori- ental. Yoshl, a .lip, waa the defend- ant. STEERS HIT HIGH SPOTS Chicago, Aug. reached the .highest price ever paid oh th Chicago Exchange when a loai of Indiana fed Herefords sold a ?10.50 a hundredweight. A niimbe of steers were sold for ?10.00 or bet ter. This class of stock is now at lh< high-Gst level, ever reached here. Sell ers are of opinion that prime staors will reach Jll.OO before thero is any chock. erintendent of the police, :hat, he would quite ,1 bit to earn the present wheieahputs of the '.wo gentlemen Their method ot piocedure has )een to offer some well-to-do farmer a irlce.for his farm that left him gasp, ng. They w'eie oil the} of a great com- mny-moiiey no object. When the farmer had been persuaded -to sign an apparent agreement of sale the 'II of a' CORSETS made i in a variety of models to meet the requirements .ycij, cortume every figure. For the well- developed figure we recommend Modeli No. 619. No 633, and No. 505. Sold by the Srores everywhere in Canada. Write for book of new itylei to Lrompton Corset Company, Limited, Toronto. HOTEL DEALS AT MOOSE ,JAW 1 Moose Jaw, Aug city's two most prominent, hot-els figured In a half-million dollar realty deal today, when Harry the Empress Hotel, sold the house to Sam Wilson, of this city, and took over the Royal George from Curry and I.Iss. SECTION FOREMAN KILLED Regina, Aug. Sarah, a section foreman in the employ of the Grand Trunk Pacific, was run over and In- stantly killed by a ballast, train short- ly before nine o'cloc.K this evening, near Moose Jaw junction. The de- ceased, with three other infill, was rid- 'Ing on a handcav, when a ballast train overtook them, and ill trying to save the liantlcnr, Sarah was knocked over, aud cut in two I There are no dead flies lying about when WILSON'S FLY PADS are used as directed. All Druggists, Gro- cers and General Deal- ers sell them. "eon men" were, in possessio "promise to pay" to which the farmer had' unwlttlngli affixed his name So far as the prouncial police ,ne a'ware the bank -deposits of Halton Csiuty are still inflict. But one. farm- er, who reported the case to the po lice, had a niii row escape lie had signed a document that would have pared down his bank account by when a friend happened in and show- ed him the "con men" would change the agreement'of into, a promis- sory note. The pair lost no time In i stirring up the dust of the hlghnajs PORTUGUESE DISCOVER MONARCHIST PLOTS Lisbon. Aug. The Portuguese authorities continue to discover fresh Monarchist plots againsl the government. Thousands of persons have been arrested .and toe convenls and monasteries have been converted Into priswui. It is stated that Brazil haa made i offer to the Spanish government to provide asylum for the Royalist re- fugees now in .Spain and that the Por- tuguese Monarchists consequently will make Rio Janeiro tholr head- quarters. The Royalists are reported to be planning another attempt to enter Portugal by sea. interviewed in reference to the naval situation It is geueralh understood at the capital that he does not takn kindlj to the proposal that he should pai ticlpate in a confeience, the ob- ject of which would be to a naval 'policy agreeable to, all parties, thereby lemovlng the naial questioo from the sphere of politics SIi Wilfrid it is, understood, tikes the that while an opposition need not of necessity criticize all JOT- eminent measures, it should put Itself In such a position it would not be at liherlj to do so Such might .be the case were he, -as leader of fie oopcsltion to take part conference He es that tha ntvy question constitutes a problem ivltb whuh the government of the day must deal and Mini the legitimate function of the Deposition is to ac- quiesce in- or criticize, the 'govern- ment's proposals ai ii. sees' 'fit. HARVESTERS KILLED Sherbrooke, Aug. man sup- posed 10 be William Ellsworth, of Cape Breton, found terribly in- ured, besides the railway track near Scotstown. directly after the Mnrl- ime' harvesters' speclfi! had passed ast night. The that he cannot recover. Coallcook, Que., Aug. O'Donnell was killed here today by allins beneath rfieNwheels of a'mov- ng train, lie and were I ion! to slart for Ihe West to get! vork In the harvest flc'lds. I Arc Our Best Friends We love to buyer. We have the best meals in town, and it the buyer will only exercise care in selection we know we hare reg- ular and satisfied customer. M lirfct J. MURPHY, ;