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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEX DATLY HEKALD Wednesday, August bx IU Sixth Slr..t, 6ft NIWI Btp.rtment 1224 W. A. iUOHANAN W, aUAYLl'.-. Managing Idltor JO'HN TORRANCit Ruolnest Miinaow circulation And Job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATH j Sontto t'ff 1 month .......-.-Sec. 1 month, THi DAILY HSRALD. COR AT E eltrr-o. u Store _ biimand City fc Co.; w Htmllton. Plnehar J Jirip. TJnic fc Book Company. DU'mond tJrur Co Vinwv-r 8 C-World WW. Kews Company. Brown. Btreet -Jwnieson Co 705 RuertUe o- C P Tratm in 6 I In advuncB .......50c. special >t'ounnendntton for tho exccl- iout There is no: ittbiib't that LaFoIlette was the origin- ;al progrehsne is a recent h-ecniit and. the fact that Teddy has taKeri up bi the new or t that Tei'dj has taken up the new ,parh is irritating the The started out as a candidate for Ihe Republican nomination as a Pro- gressive. After he had his campaign Svell 'started Roosevelt jumped'in to the fight on the same ticket and took wind out of tho original progres- sive's sails. Roosevelt didn't get the nomination and LaFol- jette-was happy, but Teddy is.a presi- dential candidate nevertheless, and La iFollette is assailing him without gloves. Listen to this, a portion of Lack Unity .an outburst'in, the United States Sen- ate the other day by LaFollette: On. the daj Theodore Roose- velt was made president of the United States'there .were 1.49 trusts and combinations in the United' States. When he turned this government over to William Howard-.Tatt there were plants in combinations. When he 'became president these trusts ha-d an aggregato capitalization of three mnilonjlollarp.'and when he left they .had an aggregate cap- itali7atfon of thirty one and more than per cent, of it was water, Their power has gone on grow- ing and spreading The Progressives seem to he at sixes and sevens. Roosevelt's past is going to cut a big figure and it 'will keep him busj explaining. Many of the PrOg'lvl'sit e senators'are against his candidature and some of them, like LaFoilette for instance, may sup- port" the'.'Demoeratic nominee. OUR POINT OF VIEW Letnuridge exhibition is in the front rank. That poultry exhibition is declared to bo the best ever held in Alberta. Magrath is a local oplion town but it ran produce a snake story, never- Uioleas. It would keep !Wly street curs busy handling the fair crowds. The fifty win bo here some day, too. Flour from 1912 wheat -already Southern Alberta is bound to keep itself ahead of the rest of the Tt Is K. A. Cunningham, K.K.C.I., now, but Mr, Conybeare has him beat- for hois n K.C.. and F.R.C.I. 'The alphabet aoon be run dry. American manufacturers may Hood England With cheip lutos. a'few-'of 'Us 'who would welcome that kind of a flood In Alberta: 'railway, -parks and f are. making Jjoople if they never (bat Lethbrldge Is In the real city class all rlghi, a right. Expecting Too Much trying to mend the handle of a shaving, brush. "The next buy liquid he sauV'ta his wife, "I wish you'd try to gei something that will stlcK." Mrs. Home lei gu "glanced at the lube. you bette-r sifq- she said you would give it aarial. Thaf's my. IOOLU- paste you have Tele- gram. 3- Crow.Train (Mediqine Hat iNews) Had the paaseiigers 'aboard the Crow's Nest [rain that arrived in Medicine Hat last known that a dead- ly was aboard, they would not have had a journey. However, reported to have heeu the cage, '-It'an'pears that on the train's arrival'- fit the-Hat, :one of the trainmen found "under the seat of one of the cars a bomb. hurriedly left the coach arid reported the matter to the police.1v, Constable .WasWord was immediately sent to investigate the matter, and Was shown by the kept a discreet distance from the .place'where it had been foiW. Vie', however, secur- ed the bomb and took it to the police station. On- 'presenting it there nil the cons rabies ''congregated, in the of- fice suddenly'" remembered they had important engagements, and left the building. placed in the vault over.night.. When it was ;ounn there Syas a EOtD on Ibe top of the bomb which read: Des et "VVarnes'. Tieni def griegels des AVaste et ilon. Des laste line. Underneath-" was and :ross-bones and a heart with a dagger ..tuck the centre. The writ- ing, which is Italian, has not yet been 'hut wild ru- mors'" are floating around as to whom the deadly missile was hurled at.- In whispered conversation be- tween the detectives "could'be heard the names of the deadly Black Hand Society and the Carac'rra, whether they seriously connect any of these two dreaded societies with, the finding of the bomb ijr not definitely known. The question, by tb'em now is, Is the owner of H'e bomb slill in ibe olty? He left Uio Crow's Nest (rain at Medicine Hat. and what they are now trying to liud out ia whether he left in the v.'est bound train or Is in This tlie bomb was shoiyu to .Mr. Koaly; aii'll Uie Mevvs.l'elireseiit- utivo, by Chief Uriieo. when. It suggested that it should be opened. .Mr. Kealy advised dipping H I" water before opening, but tho nollvi- chief did not think it nxK-essiiTy to do so. .lust then the nuiyUtnue iliscovyretl he was in ;t hurry mid left in his automobile. The deadly bomb was then opened, and two signs of re- lief were heard, as ;i dozen small pieces of coal fell to Ihe ground. The bomb was bustetl! MR. CUNNINGHAM A LEGAUflEMBER EXPLANATION OF THE SCHOOL TAX MATTER AT HtLLCREST TO THE TANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Estate and Investments OWNERS OF IN G SID E Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 Editor notice a letter in sue of the 17th of August, under "the Iremling "Trustee didn't, pay hia tax- es.'' For ihe benefit of Oie taxpayers and all concerned, we wish to ask you for a prominent space in your'valvi-' ahle columns..- tUo firsi nlace, H is very evident that your informant is'iiot.acfliiafntod wlth'the he were he would knosy that the .meeting on Tuesday, i August, 13, waa it taxpayers' arid !not :i' meeting "of the trustees. And that the noUces-ciilling said meeting explained thalj. the pur- pose, ol meeting .was tho election of a -iriistee.'to fill.the vacancy caused by the resignation of If. ,T. Cunning- ham. i, Secijons and SI; "-Chapter of ihe Ordinance state thai no other business shall be considered by ihe nteetjusJOiher than tlmt .edJn catling meeting. It is .to state tiiat the ant present at the meetingi on Tuesday the Kith, there being onlyj three ,out of over eighty taxpayers prespnt, .two .out of. th-ase were not in favor of so small a number go- ing ahead, with the nominations, so the meeting was adjourned .until Sat- the 17th. i The point in question (II. .7. Cun- ningham's taxes) was never raised at this or any pther meeting of either trustees of taxpayers, .as-it-is absol: .utely untrue. The late trustee, H. .1. Cunningham was a legal .trustee, legally elected, at th-a laai-annual taxes being paid up to December 19ii, as called Cor toy School .Ordinance. The taxes in question are not Mr. Cun- ningham's, hut the Lethbvidgo Brew- ing and Aialt Co.'s, who rooelved their tax noUce in August, 1911, and taxes on hotel furnishings belonging to the'Brewing Co. There are three separate taxes on the hotel, i.e., the stoeft, H. .1. Cunningham; 'the build- ing, C. P. Hill, ami the 'furnishings, the Leihbridge Brewing and Malting Co., all of which are paid, with the'ex- ception of the Brewing and'Mr. Cimn'ngham. as manager, only is not held resposible for these.1 hope that we have made it clear to your in- formant and taxpayers that the trus- tees as a body have not been slack in any way, anil no matter what Mr. Cun- ningham's other qualification are he was one oE the best to fill tlie position of trustee ou any The are always open lo taxpayers, who are invited to see the ent'r'y where .Mr. Cunningham's taxes were paid on January 16. Your in- formant can obtain a'copy i of the School Ordinance from the Depart- ment of Education for the small sum fifty cents, and we advise him lo buy one and get school wise. Hoping that we hot trespass- ed too much on your valuable space, ONTHEMARPT Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot i- Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson Skeith TO LOAN. INSURANCES O- ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED VyiTH RELIABLE INSUR.ANCE OFFIpE.S Opp- Alexandra Hotel jSole Agents 343 and thanking you in anticipation for I Ihe insertion ot this, ive remain, yours H1UXREST MINES SCHOOL DIS- TRICT, No. 1916, W. G. Warn, Secy-trens. Thosf polfcc InvcsllRationa arc bo- cotatng" epidemic, Brandon had vo in (ho lime HgH a'ong u'Uh Lcth- -bridge ami Ncv: York, The at trad Ions in frost, of '.ho grtniif sfnnil Iliis year are as good as are to foum! at, nny fair in tlie '.Manager -McNicot certainly inndc good soicctlon. THE THERMO A WONDERFUL BOTTLE IT COI.D LIQUIDS COLD TOR W HOURS HOT LIQUIDS HOT FOR 38 HOURS.. THERMOS IS JUST THE.THINQ For Baby's Midnight Meal. For the NoflfV-dty Lunch Pail for Automobllinj, Plcnlcing, Traveling, etc. OUR SPECIAL PRICE ?2.00 and Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. PHONE 556 'THIRD AVE. SOUTH, "The Stampede" frontier Days Cele- bration. Calgary, Alberta, Sept. SJNGLE TARE -For tlie Round Goiii.ii Dates Aug. 31 to Sept. 6tli. Final Ecturn limit; September 9, 1912. Apply to [or Uclicti. R. G. McNeillie, District Passenger Agent. Cnltjary. Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Pivc Lots facing north, on Seventh Ayciiuc .on. scwt-r and water; near Fifteenth 'Street short time only S3J50 Freeman MacLeod Block'. -Phone-1212 CANADIAN SPECIAL FARES TO Toronto, Ont. AND RETURN LETHBRIDGE 'AH Riill route Via Lahn and rail route of aalfl, Aimusf L'2-li8. Plunl mtnrn '.W 'days From