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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August THE LT5TITBRTDGE DAILY It blrinsi Good Luak HI Bak ing of a ptrfect biking li in Albiertas solutety AllMrtia Beit pifoctly frn from any subitanoo Injurroui to healtK Albvrtai Bust It ii known by jond your fur it OFFICIAL FIGURES J FOR STREET CARS LARGE NIUMBER CARRIED IN TH FOUR DAYS THEY WERE IN OPERATION Twentytwo thousand ifive liundrc unil sixtyfour passengers were car rietl by the street cars during thV four days they were in operation complete figures were compile and are as follows v Passengers Carried 4550 19 1909 20 561 7482 Receipts 19 22564 Earnings 18 19 20 3i The between the receipts and represented in the numher of tickets bought and still in the handsof the people of the METHODISTS I DISTRICT MEpG Passed Resolution Con gratulating Perry on Election to Presidency TIio1 financial district meeting of he Lothbrldfo District of Motho llst churchi wnu hold today in Wen oy Methodist with o iuu Alberta con in the When the meet ing opened this morning the follow ing delegates wore on John Teh Iron lay Co Walter Pe George Ferg and Congratulate Progident Tlio following resolution was carrle congratulating on h election as president of the Albert namely Moved iby E seconded by Hawtta the members of the Leth bridge assembled inFinanc Dbtrlct take thisour fhs opportunity of offering to ou most hearty becaus of the high and honored position a Conference to which you rethren of theConferencehave elec We assure yon of our mos cooperation and earnest pray ers that this be the most blesse years In your ministry and the bes year in the history of Alberta Confer i The session tills wai ilaken up with a of to the financial condition o the MILADI EDTED BY INO PHONES 1111 JPage 9 Tomorrows though thou be wls Thou canst not nor yet surmi not today in for It wll liovcr come FULL EQUIPMENT WAS PROMISED WILL BE BOAT HOUSES AND LIFE SAVING APPARATUS AT LAKE Boat bathing saving appliances and lift CITY AND DISTRICT Warner Fjlr A copy of of ond annual exhibition of the Warner Agricultural Society which will he held on September 10th and llth has justbeen The list shows attractive variety in the matter of prizes to ba offered for live stock and iWaruer fair should be a good James Leltheads Funeral The funeral of the late James Leith ead took place this afternoon from iFetteriyiij undertaking parlors to the public The arrangements In charge of the local Masonic many of whom attended in WELL WORTH KNOWING There are many imitations of Kel loggs Toasted Corn None of them equal the Look for the signature and be aure erf Kelloggs fill will Ilacefl at Park ake nextspring by thc1tiitylo aid in the pleasure seeking of the citizens vho will make the lake a sport ren hiswas madetoday at short meeting oithc Parks Com litlec of the councilcalled by Chair Skeith for the purpose of get ing some plan of action formulated that might ba conimenc d on the scheme during winter Barrowman ivas present repre senting the Lethbridge Aquatic and was well satisfied with the prom ises made by the The boat houses all be neat in ap Private boat houses will have to conform to the architecture to the boat house built by the The main building will he rented to the Aquatic club at a nominal It is thought that1 the money receiv ed from the boating and bathing pri Defer not till tomorrow to bo wise Tomorrows sun theo novi rlae Or should tomorrow chance to chei thy sight With nor enlivening and unlookd fo grateful will appear her dawnn As favors unexpected doubly Miss Ada 1 spending a weeks visit In Cardston the guest of Kred Miss Holes has returned from whore she spent the and left yes terday morning to spend a few days i Miss of Moose Is th guest of her Cheney and Begin have left foi to attend tho forestry Leader has returned fri a pleasant visit at Crows 4 Miss Ola Cavanagh has returned from a six weeks visit in Nelson and other western Lethbridge and leave tomorrow on a veeka trip through the find up the Arrow and Charles of are visiting at tlio ome of their 210 Third avenue marriage of Miss Jennie Coxon and Thomas affair In to be hekl at 8 of rived in city today to Join bet who has been tho guest ol Westmlnstei They will take up their resi dence on Thirteenth nnd am Andrew Nalsmlth left this afternoon for and will go to Calgary for the Dr and Ecklln and Andrew Nai smlth will leave for Ottawa from Cal and Elton and child ren expect to leave on Saturday on an extended visit to Washington and Vir and on the return trip will visit nNew They will be away from the city for a couple of Will of Cedar and Professor of the Iowa State Teachers who lave been guests with the formers en roiite iome from left for this The ladies of the city will be inter ested In seeing Ihe large assortment f imported which Miss Tilney s displaying at autumn millinery tomorrow and the following A great many have heen import d direct from and are lie last word in correct fall Toronto despatch today states A visit to her aud the advice her physician in view of her eeent it would be unwise to IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE to all thai wo arc making an important change in DELIVERY SYSTEM which we leel will jnsurc tliom a prompt and secure Our aim has always to give our customers a thoroughly up todate service and in order to accomplish we have introduc commencing a new system for our Mento Briefly it is driver is provided with a Delivery Sheet on which is detailed the contents of his and each Customer is asked to sign this sheet OH receipfcof may appear unnecessary to hut our reason is not only to simplify matters in tho tracing of stray hut on the Drivers return the store with the sheet duly we kncnv that your purchase has been that if you will cooperate with us in this new move you will be helping and promoting the most prompt nnd efficient delivery service in this Thanking you for patronage under the old and trust ing your hearty cooperation unrlci the WE THE HUDSONS BAY remier eep too many social engagements for combined to prevent the uchess of Conaughts presence at the xhibitlon this with the Gov Bord R en ecei ves Continued from front that men would he inclined to emigrate to those countries where their women folk find themselves in a state of political tree of Moose s the guest of her will return home on SaturJa of ho guest of his and Hmfeo of w as been the guest of La the last two left f ome yesterday Harold who h been visiting in the has ope articled 40 a firm of architects in T to take a course with vileges will he sufficient to pay cost of keeping a superintendent the ATTENDED LIBERAL CONFERENCE of was in the city Calder this morning attended the Lib eral at which it was de cided to defer Sir Wilfrids western visit until after the crops have heen It is understood that both Calder and Senator James of Mooae who were also suggested that it would he better to lave any Western which may be in The tennis which will I held In the hail on is being eagerly anticipate and will prove an interesting Jive sionln a socially Quiet Tile children of and who have been ill with let are entirely en it is expected the quarantine wll be raised next a Ralph Miss Asa are entertaining at a china showe this evening at the home of the form in courtesy to Miss Rietta Podger whose marriage to Crawford yil be celebrated next Higinbotham and child MarJorle and are expect ed back from the Efcst this Mrs Higinbotham will not return with as she will spend some tinie at Hilton New Invitations are issued for a wedding reception at the home of and In honor of the QUAKER BREAD GOOD THREE TIMES A DAY ALL GOOD i GROCERS SELL IT Phone 1027 or 378 and one of our wagons will call John 1610 2nd Plant open for your inspection at all times rnorQeneral the The uchess accompany the Duke oh the trip Invitations are for the marriage of Miss Mary eldest daughter of Augustus and Douglas Lome Cam eron eldest son of the Lieutenant Governor and Mrs The marriage takepiace in Lukes on Thursday Sep t ember at three oclock and will be a reception at the family Ros lyn Winnipeg ALDER DUDAS The marriage of Miss Annie Dudas to Joe Grassy was solemnised at Stafford on August by the Father Rosen of Patricks Miss Minnie Vaselenak was while Dick brother of the performed the duties of and Alder will reside at Grassy A Possible Tactic We have been definitely conslder staylng In the fryingpiln instead of falling into what might be the Hie Premiers Reply Premier Boiden in alluded flrst to the white slave trafflc and ask ed the ladies to send him in confldeace any details as to how the trame In Canada was carried he explained how Ihe provinces abso iutely controlled the franchise so far as election of provincial legislatures was For thev lastfifteen years Dominion parliament had maintaned a law under whch the incial franchise applied to election of members of parliament If tlitf re MUST BUY THE LETHBRIDGE BEER she went whether we arej form was to be got in and he to hold a great advising women not emigrate to but to colonies where they have the statesman ought Hart for North the oungest member of any Canadian leg and the only Jewish mem was married today at the home 3f his parents here to Miss Aimmee of Clubs and Sdcietic to think thai an important regarding the state of af fairs In this Premier Borden If you will pardon I have really been too occupied to follotv this tiuGstion closely I VegaVd the matter here as one for thei British people alone to settle and for the same reason I hold the people of Canada must it for Miss Barrett the ag itation here has bean very inconven ient to Uie prcseiyt aod 1ms materially to their diffi I think it is a real menace to their Premier Borden What have I to do with that Miss Barrett I am coming to I suggest it will a very great mis for any government to Ignore such an and should like to impress on you that this limitation is going to No government can af ford to ignore YOUT reply this morning will regulate very much the kind of advice we give our friends in We shall definitely consider whether we shall not send someone out to conduct an agitation aniioimce what thd deputation suggest ho would be announcing a depar ture fromthe policy of fifteen It was obvious that aucTi a departure would require more consideration than he could give it in a fewminutes that Whether he uent shall enact a generalfranchise law for federal is a matter not yet tak en Into consideration by the present and until itwas sug we revert to the old prac tice it would be impossible for me to make any announcement 011 the itresolves itself to you musL go to the The Maids of Eng and will hold their regular meeting onight in the hall at eight clock The ladies of the Womens Mfssion ry Society of Westminster Chu re reminded of the wh ill be held in the church at thre clock tomorrow Th pening of he mite boxes will he THE USUAL SAWOFF election pet Hion filed in East Middlesex by th i Conservativeswhen Robert Suthcr j the Liberal was elcc j ted and the cross petition of the Lib erals in reply to the attempt to unsea their member of next As the man is dead whose election the Conservatives pro H is likely the proceedings will I This means aisothat the Liberals protests against the election of Heaume in North Essex and against Duncan MoArfhur in North Middlesex wilfbo WILL APPEAL TO HAGUE Britain has reaffirmed Its pro v test against tho Panama canal In a note filed today with ff the Stnto by t jMltclioll Innes of the Ilrltlah embassy it was stated that if a satisfactory agreement could not bn reached Great Brit ain would appenl to the Hague Tribunal for Was It a Threat At Mis point Borden looked at his ami remarked Am I to take that as a threat Miss Barrett We dont want to Alluding to the great public recep tion awaiting Premier Borden on his she hoped he would declare as representing not only the but of who thought Canada wanted more women overseers to frustrate the agents of the wJiite slave Canadian Men Favorable Tuckwell went on to aay that her experience travelling in Canada as an agent of the Britishwomens emigration was that the men there were quite favorable to wo men having Miss who remarked that her own who was was always wanting her to go out and join but she preferred or have to be convinced that it is expedjenl to abolish law which has heen in force fifteen dis regard provincial eiactmente and tabllsh a general Was this a Snub So far the British situation la It is a question for the British people do iiot inter fere for the same would not expect to find any one coming to Can ada to Interfere As tar as jour ac tiori lit the present time is May I be permitted to one re I think the women of Canada are sufficiently capable and intelligent to judge these matters for themselves I would like E shall he most happy to receive aay deputation of women In Canada made for the bona fide purpose of laying before me their I do not want you to be led Into likening too closely conditions in Canada with those Tarn not aware that the law of Canada is atj present unjust to any body of So far as the Dominion legislature is concerned we should be most eager to remove injustice if any If you have any real representations re garding the homestead laws we shall be happy consider Regarding the position of Australia and New I am prepared to discuss them The respond for any action you may take will he yours and not Something has been went on the Canadian JUDGMENT GIVEN INTERESTy ING LEASED HOTEL CASE AT MACLEOD the h which was tried bofora Mr Justice Walsh at the spec ialj of Supreme Court hero last judgment hah been given for the The judgment car rles This was an notion brought for the rectification ot a lease The Mrs leased her hotel to the tie and he claimed that the leased also included a His Lordship held that it did Ills also held tbat the pre sent lessees of the hotel must con tinue to purchase their supplies oC frojn the Lethbridge Brew ing as this ivas a condition under the Bieumg Co had advanced tlie money on The plaintiff also asked to have it declared that she uas not obliged to renew the lease foi a period of fha tout this was not granted LUCKY BOY HAD WEALTY FRIEND Arthur was arraigned before Judge Price this morning on a charge the sum of from tlia Merchants he wan ed aa pleaded guilty and wu to go on suspended It Is understood tbat relatives of the young man hare madegood to the EHOLT SCENE SERIOUS BLAZE i Grand Uholt has been lilted by fire for the second timein the past few O A itant i I do not knowif that is intended to be a Miss It is a mere s ment of Premier Borden Very eli action in public as I hope It will be In the is dictat ed by what I think to be In the in terests of tho people as awholc and humanity Any as to methods will not nave the slight eat on I am perfectly ready to listen to reason atid argument and weigh them with the utmost possible but If am to be subjected to methods which makemy life unpleas or inconvenientoreven shorten I frankly tell these latter con siderations will not govern myaction in the matter in the Borden later received a deputa tion of antisuffiagettes and tiayersed the same Rround In his I Uic loss totalling This hotels were a drug store and post office an empty store and a dwell house The insurance carried by the sufferers only amounted to The origin of the blwe supposed to hate been caused bj the carelessness o some men Bleeping in one of the Luildingb DIDNT JOIN THE UNION North graduate of Laval Mon was sentenced to nvc months in the Central prison by Magistrate VVei ger in defaiiltof flues and costs ng grogating qu five charges of practicing meWchib Illegally not having passeti the Ontario medical council THE EBERTS CASE Mac barrister of this town left yesterday for Toronto and other eastern points on a Macdonald will visit where be will appeal before the Supreme Court In Ihe Eberts mur der I is expected that the Crown will be represented by of Morses Indian Root Pills are made according to a formula iti use nearly a century ago among the and earned from them by Though repeated at tempts have been by physi cians and it has been found impossible to improve the formula or thepiHs Morses Indian Root Pills area household remedy through out the world for Constipatioa and Kidney and Liver Tfccy promptly and and the System ;