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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Uerard; AugtiKt [COWANS PERFECTION COCOA (Wit LEAF LAUD If cocoa is your favorite beverag by all means enjoy it at its as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richnew and flavor. THE COWAN CO. Limited, TORONTO. 135 A PASSENGER KILLED THE CAPTAIN Eureka. Cal.. Aug Alaska Pacific Steamship Company's liner. jBuckuiau. held up at off this i port yesterday by two passengers. Capt. Ward was shot and killed by out i -u-liiln racicHti" Thf> fatM- Edited by Phone 1052 turn, gout of duordered Jud- ys or for itcmach troubl U. S. WILL KEEP CHOLERA OUT iof the men while resisting. __ jpauion was overpowered by the engine ierew. The passenger who shot the Captain jumped over board with a life preserver. The Buekman was euroute from Seattle to San. Francisco. A-: o'clock yesterday morning (.Fred Thomas, a passenger, went to the Captain's room while an accomplice 'descended to the engine room. Boih men were armed and they attempted i ro take possession of the vessel. Captain reiused to comply TOASTS The lie give- us a, few brilliant Hashes of silence.. very cheap commodity when- iFttered at the expense of good: tinjetf- fng and good sense. Here's to die truth of everybody, test some-body should feel" himself stigiited. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Stephen Harrison- and'. Kiss Winnie Harrison, afternoon from a week's with Miss Bessie Bel! ar Kipp. PTJTV IxXtJbl Ausr. at i 'with Thomas plan a.nd was shot deau, I tempting to :iiiy predictions ran Qul Qf The roora and see. S the introduction of his plans had uiiseai-rifd strapped; -Uc.Mcoi, ot Boston, who. arriv- this coururv from Russia, on" a life preserver and leaped into the i ed from the coast for a of ihe public i.onlrh service -Iu rlle meantime accomplice! short visit with .Mr. and M re. J. -be-nselves -o the enwunterei! in the en- McNicol, continued her journev east ,aie fxerciMiig Ltie.us.tnes .o tue u. g.me room He was overpowered and j most in rhe maintenance or" precau- .placed in irons. The Biickman. is now j j lions. Fur the pas: year a medical 'proceeding to San Francisco in charge !'of First Officer. Bretuum. i V 1 t oiricer of rhe bureau ha: j lioned at Libau, the only Russian from which Russian immigrants I embark direct for the United States, f The state department ha-s been re- It' He Can Make Trip by to require the for ___ f five days of Russian immigrants HUuSOll -Bay Lille j bound for the United States, and al- i so to require a thorough inspection and disinfection of their baggage. SAYS POLICE CANT STOP THEM Will Be Built Ottawa, Aug. has become known, here that Earl Grey's trip to Hudson's Bay has a bU scheme be- hind it, in connection with the con- struction of the Hudson's Bay Rail- way. In otaer wo-js the Governor- General is the envoy of a great Brit- ish syndicate is ready to put millions not ociy into the of the railway to. Huli.u's Boy. but also to undertake the of specially designed sh'ps.for the northern ters, and at the same time provide the harbor lermin-Js necessary. Earl Grey Is fully convinced of the necessity of the route to Britain via Hudson's Sfai-s. :ind j during nis visit to England, which may have "oeon taken for tLie purpose, talked 'the matter over with a number of leading -financiers in lLondoa, who, it is understood, have agreed to provide the -capital required if -his Excellency is able to prove that the trip is feasible without any special Edmonton, Aug. decision Paris, Aug. Briand Attorney-General in connection' i day ordered the strictest precaution-: ;he production oi the moving ary measures of inspection to be tak-1 piCTures Of the fight en along the Italian frontier on ac- tjje grounds on which their count of the outbreak of cholera m duction could be prevented will stand jing Wlth Mrs; as far as the department are concern- i ed. That v.-as the statement made b'v j Mrs. Rigby, of LeUibridge-; is the i guest of Miss Worseley, whose con- j valescence will be welcome news to i her many friends. Edmonton Bulle- j tin. The host of friends of Mi-say Jeffrey. formerly superintendent af the Gait Hospital, are glad to welcome her to Lechbridge to remain1 for a short time. Miss Jeffrey arrived in the city from Victoria last Wednesday and is being entertained by Mrs. J. 0. Wil- returnin- coast she also spend SOme time visit' s 'McCutcheson. of n Arthur- On-tarfo. arrived from the coas and Berlin, Aug. order has been; A. Y, Blain, deputj- attorney-general.! issued calling for the stringent in-! Mr. Blain was asked if the mounted j spection ar. German ports of all ves-j police had any right to. threaten pro- "Uno" continuing her sPencI a few sels from Odessa, Russia, on account; secution of those who attempted to of 'breakout of cholera in "South Rus-; produce the pictures, after the de- sia. i partment had decided that it could. not interfere, and that there was no i statute under -which ttxev could pre- TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS lhe journey Home-, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Dufton, of Strat- ford, and chefr son-in-law. A. Tilley. of Lethbridge.-were in the cijry on their way to the coast, but Mr. Tilley has gone home to gary Herald. The members of the Tennis Club to 46 Fahrenheit. It is understood that F. E. Killvert., were marie, the department would be (Saturday not as numerous as wnose health has been falling, will connected with them, but would notiusual- on account of the disagreeable Dynamite becomes more dangerous Mr. Blain replied that the mounted CQUld prosecute thev Every Housekeeper will find it to her advantage-to be one oi the crowd who are patronizing our CLEARING SALE {i Come in the town and see w irst time ypu are hat we down ave here Meltzer Furniture Co. McNabb Block Opposite Eureka Lonr Hindlip. T. C. Thymer, General- Sir R. Lane, of Lon- don, England, heavy share- in the Southern Al- berta Land Co.. Ltd., arrived in the city last night, and with Jas. D-. -McGregor, managing director. and A. M. Grace, chief engineer of the com- pany, left in automobiles this mom-ing to look over portions of the company's .big irriga- tion' works in the neighbor- hood of Sn-ake Valley, north of here. They left again for the east this afternoon. jKOMANCE ENDS. j IN MAKRIAGE Atlantic City Girl, Who Inherits Millions, Mar- ries Russiaa Musician Kingston. Aug-. marriage, of Miss Lola Baldwin; Atlantic City. and George Roquboy; Russia, at Thous and island Park, closed a romance -begun seven year.s In 1903 the lady heard Roquboy play the violin in Berlin, aad> both were j fascinated. Her paraats intervened and 'Miss Baldwin, was- hurried away. FLYER REACHED HERE LATER Changes in the time-table of the Soo-Portland Flyer took effect yesterday. The eastbound now leaves Spo- kane at 14 o'clock instead 'of at 10. arriving here ut 6.MO instead, of at L5U o'clock. The westbound departs from Jiere at and arrives at iSpo- kane at 21 o'clock. The east and westbound now pass here. to handle in cold weather, because its wished whom Thev thought ,ras do. nitroglycerin content ireezes from 42 ing anyThin? contrary to law. He stated, however, that) if prosecutions -advantage of the courts retire from the position of collector be responsible for them, preparation in advance. of customs a. Hamilton. _____________ It is felt that with the advertise- _, Ottawa batteries took urst and sec- ment which the route will get n the ond places m this years field artillery i vice-regal trip is a success there will no difficulty in floating a company in London. It is the son of practical Messrs. Dickson and MacDonald, imperialism which appeals to the Knglish imagination, and it would not surprising if Lord Grey were to desire to go down to history as the successor of dashing Prince Rupert, the first gentleman adventurer to ex- ploit the Hudson's Bay route. and Secretary-Treasurer Brown have been appointed -delegates from Mac- leod to the Alberta Union of Munici- palities, to be held 6 and 7 at Wetaskiwin. It is understood that they will work to have the convention held at Macleod next year. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A train from Vaudreull .became un- manageable when entering Montreal station yesterday, and crashed into the afcernoon, but. those wio braved Mis- tress Wind were rewarded toy the de- licious tea and dainties dispersed by Mrs. Arnold and Miss Rogers at the club house during the tea hour. buffers. Four .hundred picnickers had to spend a night on a train near Point St. Charles, owing to -derailment, The 43rd regiment of Ottawa is to visit the 5th Infantry Regiment. TJ. S. A., in Boston next month. Exclusive control for Lethbridge for the famous man tailored garments. Sole selling Agents for the famous "La Diva" glove-fitting Corsets. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Cash and One Price ______________The Right Thing, at the Right Time, at tbe Rijfat Price TUESDAY BARGAINS! Surprise offers beyond all expectations for the final clearance of all Summer goods and the first introduction of early arrivals in spe- cially purchased Fall merchandise. 5 {Barter Hollar will do Wonders to-morrow HI the purchasing of ladies' fine Hosiery 25C Regular 40c, 45c and 50c values 25C There's extra emphasis in this remarkable bargain for to- morrow as almost everj" Lethbridge u-oman does, the q.ualitie? kept in this splendid hosiery store. Moreover, we've never such hosiery values even in our Mid- Summer Sale. Knowing: this, the hosiery counter should be a hive of busy shoppers all day tomorrow, and just as long as last. i here are plain weaves and lace ankles, in extra fine quality lisie goods. Blacks and every imaginable color, including tan. sky, rose, old rose, nile, myrtle buff catawba helio, etc. Ful! fashioned, seamless feet, extra, elastic tops, size 8 1-2 to 10 ins. Our regular good values at 45c and 50c Special Thursday 25c AN EXCEPTIONAL TUESDAY BAR- GAIN in Black Sateen Underskirts T-t will be economy for vou to buy one of these underskirts tomorrow at the small price of a dol- lar-iwenty-five for they're garments every woman makes good us? of at one time or another and more especially during the Fall of 'the year. Made of extra strong quality sateen in black only; fine silky finish; cut with liberal fulness in body; finished with 15 inch flounce, trimmed with self ruffles and tailored bands. Remarkable value Tuesday THE BEST QUALITY FLANELETTE WE EVER SOLD AT THE MONEY___ It's the result of a special purchase for Fall which we took in a vjuantity and the value is such an exceptional one, and the character of the goods so seasonable, that we anticipate quick measuring off 'tomorrow. It's an imported English cloth in extra heavy weight, closely woven and free from dressing, full 32 inches wide, shown in various light and medium colored stripes. Values worth 15c and and 18c. Tuesday special The New Medium Priced Suits Tempt Many Critical Buyers One of the strongest points we can give you in favor of these new Fall creations is the fact that many critical women who merely como "to see" what the new models are like arc- paying deposits on the one 'that suits them best and having it reserved till they are ready to tako it away. Splendid idea, too; and one which you can take advantage of any -day you yire .in._ Choosing now is at. its nest and prices mosL satisfactory. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Altar Society of St. Patrick's church .-will hold a garden party on the church grounds Wednesday even- ing at eight o'clock. This will num- ber the third garden party'given by the members this season and the pre- ceding ones have proved so delight- ful that another will be undoubtedly well attended. The Miners' Band will be in attendance throughout the evening. "THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYE' Three years later Miss, Baldwin found the musician, who, devoxed to his art. won fame and' money, becoming the musician of the court of the --------------------------'._____________j of Russia. Trie monarch decor- Both cooked and uncooked apples ated him with a studded T T1 T T f are used for this uncook- ed are grated, although some one re- cently defined apple snow as "strain- ed and -sweetened apple sauce added to the beaten white of an egg." Apple snow will ''swell surprising- ly" and is, therefore, when swelled, almost as illusive as mist. It is made heavier by adding chopped fruits, like dates or figs, or nuts, or even cocoa- nut. Apple snow browned in the oven quickly and lightly, .has much the con- sistency of meringue frosting. vmen the snow is served in glasses a third of the white of egg is kept out and piled on the snow as merin- gue. This same method may be fol- lowed when it is served in one large dish. In this case the dish may 'be put in the oven for a minute, .'but the 'bearing the Imperial Coats of Arms, but enemi.es- threatened his life, and he fled to the United States. For two.- 'years he has been leader of the orchestra, at the Frontenac Hotel Last Thursday the couple accidental- ly and on Friday Miss Baldwin "You marry me now or never." they were married. Miss Baldwin is a granddaughter. of Major Herbeycht, Heidelberg. Ger- many, who died recently and left her sole heir to an estate reputed to be worth millions. A few weeks ago Miss Baldwin received from the es- tate of her mother, The wedding is. 'the sensation of the islands. The groom will not break his contract with the Frontenac Ho- LOCATION OF STATION AGITATES PINCHER CREEK (Continued from front Each of the councillors expressed their vieirs on the matter, and on one oi these occasions Mr. Schofield was questioned as to his authority for stating that a round house, work shops and everything pertaining to the requirements of a railway divis- ional point would be erected here. In reply Mr. Schofield stated that the establishment of these industries were guaranteed by the railway company when the transfer or surrender Of Uie former charter had been accomplish- ed. tel Company. When the season ends, Tomorrow evening the people pi city Tvill have an opportunity of hear-1 ing an orator ot note, speak on a sub- j ject that at the present time should interest every man and woman in Lethbridge. The speaker, Mr. Her- bert S. Bigelo'w. of Cincinnati, Ohio, will take for the subject of his ad- dress ''The Grand Junction Plan of Commission Government for and he will speak at the Lyceum the- atre at 8.30 o'clock tomorrow even- ing. Another fact that may be of in- terest is that the admission will be gratis. Now I suppose you are wondering why I think this information should interest the women of the city, but listen; are we not forever crying for a voice in the affairs of the city and votes for women? Now here is an opportunity for you. Of course, all the men will go to the lecture; then come home full oi enthusiasm ot oth- erwise, and you won't be the least bit interested just because you were .not there. Let the women of Lethbridgc show their interest and knowledge concern- ing the affairs of the city by attend- ing the meeting tomorrow evening and keeping posted on everything that is done in regard to this important matter. snow should, nevertheless, be served only -when it is cold. Apple Snow quarter, and childhood romance, steam three large, sour apples, nib through sieve, cool, whip whites of TOTT eggs into a stiff froth with one- half cup of powdered sugar, gradually add apple, and whip a long time un- til white and stiff. Pile in and It is tempting when gar- nished with dots of currant jelly or candied cherries. Apple Snow one large, tart apple, pared and quartered, until tender. Put through sieve, add one- half cupful of pulverized sugar. When The discussion of the question was confined exclusively to the memb3rs however, they expect to go abroad j of tne council, but a unanimity of and view again the scene of their opinion was an apparent impossU.il- TO BACK CJV.R. Wednesday. A public meeting is to called in the opt'ra vionse for Mon- Or May Put Their Mil- day evwlins. 2nth the ad- ity from the outset, and it was ulti- mately decided to leave the matter in the hands of the property holders by means of a plebiscite, to he taken with the votes for ihe mayoralty, nominations for which take on lious Into a Xew Transcontintal Winnipeg, Aug. Hindlip, perfectly cold add the white of one who is OTe of the richest peers in large egg beaten until perfectly dry. .declared that the bill intro- Beat until stiff, .using a platter and juced by Lloyd George making a tax a wire spoon. Add a few drops of on unearned increment was abomin- vanilla or grating of nutmeg. Serve! aDi6j and ice cold in sherbet glasses. vantages of the two proposed sites will be thoroughly ventilated by their individual champions in the council. j Should the niayor.be elected, by ac- clamation the plebiscite will be inferred that the dis- m anv event. The pile-driving outfit ordered by J. A. McGuire has arrived here. That gentleman is away at Spokane secur- ing the services of an experienced fore- man, and --on his return work will be- jposal of the major portion of his gin on first bridg.e Qf the i lands would go to swell the fund raihvay to cross the creek a short AGAINST INDIANS AT FALL FAIR j which beyond doubt will be put to- gether by the nobles in a great Can- adian another i transcontinental railroad. Lord Dun- more. Lord Vivian and Lord DuRerin, who are also in Canada, are believed j to be interested in the same propor- tion as is Norton Griffiths, who left lv misinformed. There was a mini- two monster contracts in South Am- mum of drunkenness among whites i erica to enter a conference here. and Indians during the fair here. The j Tt was asked if the coming of Mr. total number cases before the j Griffiths to Canada might eventually (Continued from front DAILY RECIPE Apple Snow apples are freshest and tart- est they are 'best for the making of apple snow, since their flavor is nec- essarily diluted rather than extended by the whites of egg. When apples are not highly flavored or tart they may be steamed with a little grated lemon peel. NOTICE Through an inndvertence the Herald on Saturday last neglected to an- nounce that the forecast of Gen. French's report on the Oanadian militia was written by Capt. C. F. Hamilton, and was copyrighted by the Pub- usher's Press, Limited, of Montreal. mounted police and the city, includ- ing the whites, charged with supply- ing, was five, and one of these, al- though heard in the police court after the fair was for an offence commit- j Mackenzie-Man n firm was concerned, ted two'weeks, previously. 'for the purpose was to assist them. mean opposition to the Mackenzie- Mann organisation and the other rail- roads, and the reply was that the reverse was the case as far as the distance east of. the town. Electric Restorer for Hen A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL restores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; restores vim and vi- tality. Premature decay and all sex- ual weaknesses at once. PHOSPHONOL will make you a new man. Price ?3.00 a box, or two for Mailed to any address. The Scobeil Drug Co., St. Catharines. Ont. For sale at all drug stores. Here Is Your Chance To Buy Cheap As we are going out of business Graniteware 25 p.c. off everything 3 Chatham Incubators, NEW machines at A Dollar goes farther here than any other place in town. Everything must ,go at once. 119 Glyn Street Wilson's Olci Stand C J. LAUMAN, Proprietor Iron Beds for Springs for Mattresses for Dressers for Cut out this Ad and bring it with you to get these prices ;