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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August, THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD Page QOLDI SILVER] COPPER ;A: POT or MONEY niaxe -a guuHs. in mi's aim. Jjionoy. .We have, a glass jar of nioney on exhibition in Winnipeg. Gold, copper und ullver' in' It. How "much altogether? Tho jar weighs (2) two pounds, (4 ami one-hair ounces tjmpty. It hbldb (9-1C) nhio slxleenthu of a water.' Weighs 120) twenty pounds (1.1V4) eleven und onu- .quurtor ounces filled, it nits than five hundred dollars'in it and Jiiore than fifty. .All goes to rlhe hicky guesHer of the correct tuuourit. Uo you want it? Here's 3iow you can try for it; You can have one guess for every--quart of SILRSTQNE Wall Colours "Smooth as BIB Stone" you buy any titne between Sept. 1. ami Sept.. 30, 1012. If you buy t'2] two fjuarta: you Have two- guesses. If 3, three guesses and so on. See tlie photo of the gallon jar of stores. No one knows is in it. Your chance is as good as any one's. Only ihe employees of the Stephens Co., j Ltd., barred from, guessing. All others! 'The British people have the DUKE TALKS ABOUT THE CANAL NOTED ENGLISHMAN SAYS FR USE OF CANAL IS NO BREAClH OF T PEA TV New York, Aug. ar'e be- ginning to look brighter for, Hit aina Canal Hill allowing American coasting vessels to use tlie oanp'rt free charge. Tho Duke of and'l-3. Siniih, K.C.; are of ILJIu opin- ion that it implies no of the Uay-l'auucefote treaty and t iiiat only lie politicians in England stir- ing up trouble about it. I want to said Duke of Sutherland, as lit: ,stooil tho deck of1 the; Mauritania when arrived a- gcci'ip vhicli incluclitri his wife their childivn, Lord I.eyesoDf-Gowur and Lady Rosemary LevcsonV tJower, "that there is no Irtitli in tlie'stories that England-is angered the proposal iu 'firotn the' 'to exempt, America canal tolls. America' ips has STRAP HANGERS TO RIDE FOR THREE CENTS IN PORTLAND STREET CARS Portland, Ore., Aug. dlnunc'ea affecting nubile Horylcc cor- providing tliat the Portland Railway and Light and Pow- er company shall collect only a three- cent faro for "simp and the other reducing the -minimum charge on gna and electricity from ?l to 50 cents a passed by the city council today. The session -was an unusual one ju several respects. To begin with, It took place before one of thu largest audiences that has ever been present, at a mooting In Portland. There were scores of. persons ;yho crowded Into the gallery and tli-a council chamber and they took such deep interest in the proceeding's that they chewed and jeered.as the votes and speeches of vurloim council- men pleased or.dlBpk'ttBud them. The tlirtw-cent fare measure further pro- vides that the company miiut sell hooks of 100 for those tickets to bo good for standing room on any car on which all the seata are occupied. The- passengers having once given the conductor one of these tickets Is entitled to take seat, next vacant without the payment of any additional fare. Two room tickets anA good for one seat when there are seats available. The providing for "owl1 services over the principal lines of the Portland Railway, Light and Power -company's street car system j was passed. ENGLISH ACTORS AND ACTRESSES COME OVER THE OCEAN TO PLAY IN THE UNITED STATES TRUSTEE DIDN'T PAY HIS TAXES EXPOSED AT HILLCREST SCHOOL BOARD. MAN REMOVED done great 'work, iir.hnildifr.thc canal, it is onlv riKht that she should isoini: material 1 from it buy a tjuart of Silkstonb entitled in one guess for each quart bought Jilake a tueas It A -north trjinj, Sllksrone is the wonderful, "beanll' fill md smitai> Mall paint per Jeeiethby this company. as silk, hnr'd. as-atone. papei 01 kdlsomlne "Make jom lidme beautiful with Silkstone aiifi send In your guess at the amount of inouey in the gallon ]ar. Make a .guess, you may get all the uionev. nost confidence York. Lttwj, ut- ior their brothers and it if only the politi- cians ire beb md 'he present un friendly talk. IM.iUin does not con- G. T. STEPHEN, S LIMITED Paint and Varnish Makers WINNIPEG PRESIDENCY-RAQEj PUZZLES EXPERTS iWashington Politicians Say on Face of Things Wilson Has Best Chance Washington, Aug. most n suite' more at sea as to the presidential situation throughout the country than they are 110 ft .in (he field of the Republican party, the, candidates of which are William. nni'Taft of Ohio'and James S. Sher man of New that of the Demo eratlc. party, the .'.candidates-'of whicTh ire Wilson of New and Thomas R Mu shall ot and that of ihe Progressive par'j. "which Theodore dud kn Johnson are the nominees On tte face of things f'ca fWaqhmglou regaida the Ticket as thc most Hfcelj- to vnf b It generally is conceded that- Jident Taft and Vice President have slight chances for re-election, Their onlv hope lies in thp pos nibilitv "ihftt Wilson and Roosevelt diude radical vote, and that in (This way the Republican candidates tf gain majority of the electoral college 'It fs-smo'oth Mller. tilt pioposrtl a hitaih Oi the Better than IIOL ifocs it that question will tf jnie up in connection with the uanul which cannot he set tied it ihe 1 The Duke preferred not to speak of T d conditions in Bn tain, saying no politician, but Mr. Smith leas backward on tlju scoic dprlmd the Lihei il eminent hi taking down ill ilont the mi mil be in lull rp tre-ii e the pipage of UK, Irish l-Ioinc Hill Mr Sif is high in the councils Of the V J aritf rcfotni said Mr Smith, is iitft alh the counln and li eich bv-election the merit s iporiuon is growing weaVei With t kt up 01 the Liberals J thin jf it probable tint Honar Lau Tnd Jfrrd lialfoitr form i Ln loins mimstn uitliout the necestiitj of c filing for a general election. uhpthec there is much of the two Unionists mention pfi being indicted for inciting a riot at Belfast recently, as their oppon- niaintaincd, lie replied thai he not consider the danger very The Duke of Sutherland and tiis party will visit his estates.in Alber- ia Cinaila Air 'Smith is bound, tot nliert- lit inteiidb to ituily American insritutions. .-VUK: pronii-; Hillcrest, Aug. in! jnent English actors and actresses Iclt Hillcrust and the numerous surround-j towns was when it was] w, learned that Brewing I Malting company had decided to j Waftcr is returning to the Change in the managemenl ot i Unitiid Sta'cs in the role of actoc- the Union Hotel at Hillcrest. us the! nanu.tr lit will product it DaU s manafctr Air H J uimmbham llieatre 1 ird Knobloch s UPU not making Hit hotel play ''Discovering America." Miss A meetrng of the trustees Dtheratlfec Mis, Marion Lie was on menti, and i full unnpaii) dLCOmpani for the ,msincss of cll_aillh nnothLr "mi -trustee in pluce of II J Cunning Constance Collier uho ts go ,nm who recentl} lelt loun in thib ing to btir uith Nat Goodum ,n coimettwn jfc transplrcd lhill thc ,att Olntr I wist oppinng at Chicago on Scplumber 2nd sinl for 1 unili hut Hit Inppiesl ULinones ol 11 j prcMous to on j.jns tvtntlnnt. tht "lerica trustees hid done since the beginning Othfi paswngcis aie Jlwsrb lacob of tbe lcar lllegal ls tlll, V Cantor mi John I Delam Heut School Reflations dis anil Mrs [Hi id McLoll Mr and Mi, tmcllv state that no one mn sit as llios H Moorhead, tol George t tlmlec hc Ux Batchcllor and Col John I Sin t, ugllt up to Ul( 0[ clur uho have htcn on an year Although no compll cations are expet-ted Hie fact is clo 'quent in showing that the. trustees as a Imdr arc very in their man- agement. d toin m the English lake district FATHER' SAVED1-CHILD'S .-Li'lFE Calgarv Vujf manj per sons looked on, unwilling- to go to tho of anreight-ysarold child'.that .fell into the -Bow river, within tho ,city limits this afternoon, John Morri- son, the father, plunged into the swift water, and after a desperate battle with the current, managed to overtake and rescued him. As the current swept the-chlld and JU father down stream, Morrison smsped a pipe extending out over the and was hauled Robert Steedman, London Aug. new turn is given to the old charge that women are "lacking iu an ethical code cept as forming- part of compulsory training and neceeaary for efficiency. AN To EXPEDITION TO THE EASTER ISLAND nvcitigate the Origin of the Pre- historic Remains The a motor auxiliary yacht ist launched at Whitstable, is to carry an expedition to tho South. Sea's o investigate the origin of .the gigan- ic prehistoric remains of Easter ls- and. island, the most easterly of he Polynesian group, is a, lonely dot if land, forty-five miles in area, i nlles from the South-American coast. facing the sea ou the island art; enor- nons platforms, made of uncemented tones, SCIIMJ of which weigh five ons. Some of the sea walls are thir- y high and 200 feet long. On the land side are broad terraces, Iso ot stone, bearing pedestals on formerly stood huge figures from lava. Most of these hn- ges have been thrown down, but j lere are 555 of them on thc island, ne is 68 feet high, with a nose 1! !ot long, figures all extend j om head to hips, with receding fore- j iads, broad noses, thin lips and now- rful chins. I There is no metal on the island and t e only tool -round was a prc-hlslorlc j with which it would seem inv j execute such colossal orks. Moreover, the island with its scanty water supply, could not have nupported enough ponple to drag the figures from tht quarry whore they were made to Some of the statues weigh 250 tons. There In every evidence that K great calamity overlook island and.its inhabitants, for most of figures ure mifintahfri, some nevtr oven ha vim roatovwl from thc< Wall Paper Can supply the beat papers on a' continent. Large variety carried IB stock. Expert nuperhangers to do ail work. Look our display of papers. i WELLINGTON BROS. 813-1 Oth St. S. 147t quarry. A popular theory is that East- er Ifiland is the sole remnant of a con- :inent which 'was overwhelmed by the sea after a great seismic disturbance. Tho designs of the stonework bear out ibis .theory, for they anratrikirigly' Ike some on the ancient Peruvian ring. Mana expedition, led :by W. Icoresliy Rontledge, and accompanied by geologists and other .scientistii' rom the British will make excavations in an effort to tolva mystery. BIG SALE OF FOR THE '9TAMMOC sale'of seati for 'th t Oil gary's frontier toWl- ed in Of stopped 04 ibv flrtt, day's Mle. The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat Power Co., Ltd. .Beg to announce that they have opened per- manent offices and show rooms in The Hull Block (Ground Floor) Third Avenue desirous of using the gas may make application there for snmc. As the time is short between now and fall, applica- tions should hc submitted early to ensure prompt attention. A. full line of natural gas appliances and fittings on exhibition. ;