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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pape 8 fHELETHBRIDGE DAILY Thursday, August 3ft. f} Madam Put this number above your 1 It will connect you with the bakery whose bread, white and brown, won first prize at the Lethbridge Fair You don't need to bake to get good bread Hygienic Bakery, D. Schweitzer Prop. Why The Reason You put into every article you experience, knowledge rod We have put into Alberta'i Best Baking Powder our sopremest effort. If exercae tte same in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you win order AJberta'f every time, because rt n always wufonnly ercefient, and mvariiWy certain in results. Tbii brand, known is TlauOuuWian" It made in the heaviest grade of plate. There many designs from I SIGNIFICANT BANK ADVANCE 1 London. Aug. advance at the rate of the private discount today to three-quarters over the minimum lie Bank of England, indicates that idea, prevails In the money mar- kit that the Bank rate will be rais- ed to 4 per cent, tomorrow. The ]nrgu quantity of American bill? arriv- In; and the immtnse Egyptian de- jnnnd for gold are responsible the In private discounts, "which vlll force fcllli Into the bank In large numbers and make a protective bank rate MEDICINE HAT HAS BIG FAIR IT OPtiJED YESTERDAY AND EX HIBITS ARE IS AMAZING Med'.ciilo Hat, Alia., Aug. cine Hat's big fair got under way to- day with a 'big programme oE racing and performance in froox of tlic grant Etsnd Lhe amusement features. The judging of tho various exhibits is gen eral. The number of entries this year is at double that oi other years while the class of exhibits, especial ly horses and cittle, snow big Im provement. The Midway iB one ot the (air's big features, nnd the city is overrun 'nith fakirs and touta. R. L. Torraiicc. Hoyal Bank manag- er at Guelph, will manage IhG Trad- ers-Royal there when the union takes placa. Cyrus Burkholdor of Hamilton, dead, aged 69, you wondering how this year's styles will look on you? Largely depends on the corset you wear. Be jure that you get an the one that suits your by asking for CORSETS The betf Korei sell ruiclr of modeU evciy wonran'i require- mentj. Slylc book scnl free if you wrilt SOUVENIR FOR DUKE'S VISIT MACLEOD WILL HAVE INTEREST- ING GIFT FOR THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT .iMacleod. Aug. couiuuUee appointed to arrajige for the recejiliou of hla Royal Highness, the Duke of CnunRught. when he visits .Alaeleod lu October, have In course of. preparation a unique souvenir for presentation to tlic vice-regal party, It will consist of a reproduction oE Fort Whoop-up, at the tluie of the first appearance of the Mounted Police in this part-of the country. The repruduction will be made from a. photograph is LQ the possession of R. G. Ulaedonuell, and which is probably the only one This photograph shows the American flag flying over the foru The boundary line at that time had no't been definitely established.' The American flag- was removed from Fort Whoop-up hy Mounted Police- E. aiaurtsell was a member or the party that pulled down the flag. .The souvenir ,irlll be made of gun metal, and will also contain (he aiac- leotl coat of arms, Mr. Macdcnnell also has in his pos- session a contemporaneous photo- graph showing Dr. Kennedy in uni- !orm as a surg-eon of the Mounted Po- lice. This was taken on rhe parade grounds at Cypress. THOUSANDS JOIN IN THE REQUIEM TRIBUTE Qbwquiea for Gen. Booth Attended by a Remark- able Demonstration London, August ser- vices over I ho rounder of the Salvu- tiou Army, Geiierul William IJoolh, were held at the Olympia tonight in accordance with tLu traditions ol that organization without pomp ol symbols of mourning, but with a most moving fervor and impressive- ;iess, Thirty-four thousand people parti- cipated iu the service. Nearly half of Jicm- wore oluc conts und red jerseys or bonnets with rod ribbons soJam- liar on tho streets of cities lu scv- :ral natious. The body of the General in a plain line coffin tested high upon a whit'i ntafnlquc iii Front of the big plat- onu across tlie end of the hall the chic'f ollicurs of the orgnniza ion were seated and wlicre fort; aiids were massed. The crimson (la; f the Army, Viic and Hloou" ,'hicli the General unfurled on Moun 'alvary, was planted above the cot A bank of (lowers, composed of the ributes sent by members of royal t; nd many societies WHS behind it s of various nations in whiel IE comiiumdcr-iiMiuici had u'ffgcc unpaigiis and the standard ol Ihe Ider. divisions of the Army were ar- ived in front of the platform. Thcsu id more Salvation 'Army flags iu the Uleries each tipped with wlu'tc rib- 'iis and twenty porUiiiL-s of the iingclist, surmounted with urcl M-reat'hs with a broad orange blioii connecting them, wore t-hc ily decorative effects. While tlie front rows of chairs he- re the eonin were lilled with repre- ntatives of various bodies, with the [or Hie King, seveual mayors their robes ami L-hains of dclcgation froin the Stock Ex- ministers and clcryyiiicn of the Protestant churches and Jev-'- rabbis anil white other notable rsomiges were sealed throughout the house the rank and file of Lhc great gathering was composed of tlic plain people for. whom the ArVuy works aud by whom it is composed The service itself was uot only a memorial hut mammoth meet- ing of prayer and praise- No other congregation comparable with it ever occurred in London, if in the world, save the funeral of the Gener- al's wife, which was held in the same hall twenty years ago this coming October. A Solemn.Moment The most solemn events of the long meeting were when the colfiu was home along the hall to the strains March. Immediately before HID body a hri- giidlcr bore alofl the crimson, 'ling which the General raised uL Jerusa- lem mid under which he died at llaillcywQotl. Following it, marched tho officers from Canada, Sweden, Germany, America, Switzerland, France, Denmark, Norway, India, and Australia. TlK-'ii fame tho new general, Uram- wcll Uoulli, with his wife, each wear- ing .t lip uniform of a commissioner; Mrs. Uoolh-Helberg ami the grand- children of tho lato Ad- jutant Ualhcrino Hoolh, Captain Mary Booth, Captain Miriam Booth, Cadet Sergeant llcrnard Booth and Cndct lioolh Tucker. Tho coffin was covered with a (lag and on it rested the general's Uible and cap. The slow progress a long the centre aisle occupied more tlian ten minutes, during which time the iimucnsc audience remained .standing and all the Salvation soldiers were at salute. TJio vnstncss of Lhc Olympia made it impossible to conduct the service by word of mouth. More than half of its 33 numbers, however, were fa- miliar salvation songs which the many thousand voiced chorus sang with a mighty volume of song and with militant earnestness. Every seat on the floor and in ;thc galleries WAS taken. Several thous- ands ol" persons were banked ground the.outskirts oi hall, half oi whom could not see over tlio shoul- ders of those in front, buL who could hear and take part in tlie services. The revival service was concluded with the singing of the refrain heard ,t oven1 mecLing which General Uooth conducted, "His Ulood Can Mnko the Rvil Clean His Blood Avails For Me." Tlieirtsetvcs The most impressive feature of the Dear Mrs. Newcomer When you start house- keeping in Lethbridge, be swe and buy your MEAT from G. A. Delany. They buy o n the hoof for cash, and kill and treat all their meats. Quality and Price are right at DELANY'S. Your friend Mrs. Oldtinier solemnities fullowud. [licrs oi the Army rose and redlerl Lhu covenant o! fidelity, pledging themselves to lie faithful soldiers oi the i.onl. The catalalquc was .then wheeled slowly dovrn thu aisles while the great gathering .sang, "When the Holl s Called I'.p Yonder, I'll Be the coflin was placed in a hearse and conveyed to the Salvation Army head uarters where it will rest until tak- en to .Vbney park cemetery tpmorrovr. As the dooi's closed behind the cas- ket, Commissioner McKic pronounced he benediction and immediately af- Olympia became a babel wiih lie foreign delegates seeking com- ades -with whom they stop- ing. The police struggled to produce or- er from chaos as the great crowd tingled. The ot-hes contingent had wait- d pu tside the hall Ustening to centre of the J the singing.throughout the more than of the Dead U-o hours which tha lasted. FEAR FOR FATE OF OFFICERS BENCH HAVING TROUBLESOME TIME IN UNDER SUSPICION Paris, Aug. anxiety was ntenae today over the fate oC the Vench officers held ns hc-Jtages by the loora at illarheab, Horoccd. Emls- aries have been despatched to Mnr- esb by the French .Commander, but ave obtained no information. General ymuley the French resident governor, auorted to the foreign oflke today iftt the volunteers who had under' ,Ken the dangerous duly had return- d from El 'Hibas' headouartera where hey had in vain tried to effect a ran: om and could not ascertain the lot f the priionerg. The French column commanded'by ol- Mangin IIEIS been given full liberty f actloa to proceed lo the succor of hostages If auch a step should be ght adrianble. The French troops owever, are too fully occupied to.do nything in that way AS they have heir hand's Cull in blocking the pro- rets of the -Moorish Pretender's for- es towards Fez and Mazania. Profound Indignation uaa been roused throuBhcut France by the re- ort that the Spaniards given stance to El HIM, whom H Wis 3.1- leged, tliey had supplied with arms. The French government haa demanded offlcfi) reports on the subject from iU TRIPPED ON A NAIL. KdmoTitoo, Aus, Dunctui, foreman of the ica-ffoldlnf crew on tliu new bullOlngn wis Instuil- ly killed shortly after noon today, when he tripped on a nail on the scaf- folding on which lie. working and fell to the ground, ft dlslancu of 15 asking fcU beid. WILL NOT BE MADE AN ORDER POINT That Request is Dropped at the Commissioners' Suggestion ProKerinc the advice that the Leth- hridge Board oE should lose no time in preparing the strongest pos- sible presentation of -their, case In favor of establishing- Lethbridge a grain .inspection point, taking into conilderatlon particularly the features of the argument brought out at the session, the board of Grain Com- missioners closed their conference hero late yesterday afternoon after hearing evidence in tiebaU of Leth- bridge's claim, and asking a. multi- tude of questions prompted by their desire to gather all the svid-enco pos- siblc bearing on both sides of the case. Incidentally, the question of creat- ing Lethbridge an order point at this time TVRB practically dropped, the rea- son being in the first place the Board Trade had not asked, for auch a concession, .but more partic- ularly because it was found out dur- ing -the discussion that the delay In transportation of cars here, if an or- der point were established, would ue of such duration as would militate againsL the consideration of the prin- cipal wish to become an Inspection point. Decision In .October No decision, on the application of tho Board of Trade In this matter may be expected for some time. The re-drafted application -will he proffer- ed nnd forwarded Immediately. The commissioners In the meantime will It and Uke It up with thft Hallway Commission, who 'will have lo give tho neccsBiiry order compcll- earn (o atop hero for inspection Jn O Hie nppllcation IB favorably con- sidered; then In October tlic Board of i Grain Comwlsiloncru will git lu Win- nipeg when representatives from Hie Board of Trade will again wait upon a short conference; afler that the commijjbion mate its recommendation -io the government, and action will be taken. The result will not therefore be known until late Jn October at the earlient. Yesterday attci'noon's session was not a lengthy one, the commission com jjleting Its labors here at six o'clock. ft was taken up mostly with 'the an- swers to the questions asked in the morniug session .which the Board bf Trade was not then in a. position lo answer. Small Parentage Goci Wett, Regarding the query as to Itoo num- ber of cars of grain routed west from this assembly point, H wua learned tuiit lust year not 'more Uun 100 cars were shipped west; that is less than one per cein. Tho chalriiimi, on considering th iuCoruiaticm, was opinion Vh: so far us 'the western movement grain was coucemed, It had liftle I do with the case1 at ihe present tim Mr. IVCB stated- thiC-t th western movement ol" grain was me 'iioncd in the application 'merely the sol- strengthen althoug it is readily understood Unit wneji th Panama CamU opens, the whole iren of truffle from the prulrie province would be revoLutioimetl. "Order Point'f Dropped It ihe westward movement, grain were dropped, from -tirgu iiwnt for rho time beiujj. tne cominib siouers thought thai it would upt necessary to consider the question o establishing Lethbridge as an orde uoliit. IX'es said thai he had no been pressing taat point, and if would stand iu the way of the gran ing of the application It would b dropped for the present. To get gral Inspection close io the farmer va what the board was after; the othe n'ould follow in tho natural course o However, he would not lik tlie ccrrimiiHioiiers to iose sight of th. fact that within a couple of years Th western movement of grain woul place a different complexion on tb whole question, and a broad view o the application should be taken now. Inspection Causes Little Delay The Board oC Trade during tlie re cess had also .gathered expert infor ma'tion as to .the length of time i would take to handle a cue here for Inspection and re-shipment, in case Lethbridge were both an order and an inspection .point. Opinions it was agreed laat the beat that could b-c done would be.io gel. cars undei vrny in 2-t hours after arrival hore, Forty-eight hours was thought to be more nearly correct. This would re- quire a large increase in trackage in (he yards 'to handle '8000 or cars during the season, but the Infor- mation received was to the effect that after the grain began lo move there would always be enough cars arriving in the vard to ke-ei> the movement steady, and not to seriously congest traffic. Then it was discussed as lo "wheth- er mere inspection of grain here without considering the question o! re- bllllng would cause a long d< lay. The shipper could then get his grading for the car. within a .few services had The destruction of the houte fly is a public duty. Almost every American State Board of Health is carrvinr on a crunde against him. His filthy origin and habits, and the fact that Ms generally laden with disease-producing germs, makes him one of the greatest ene- mies of the human ract. If the housekeepers of Canada fill WILSON'S FLY PADS periiitetttly, this peril will be tfc- niendously reduced. hours. The railway company la forc- ed to notify the grain inspector of the arrivEil Of cars immediately lliey come .Into the yard. The "whole matter Uinn resolved It- self into this: If Lethbridge is an or- der point there wiJl 'be long delays if Lethhridgc is merely an inspection point there will not be longer delays than at present. Early Inspection is What Js at present, 'that being main claim of the furmcrs. ft wag then that the commissioners' advjtsed tho ro-draftlng of the applica- tion laying special emphasis on tho reaions why early inspection IB want- ed, and making the crefl.tlon of Lei fa- ta ridge an order point an alternative argument along with the question of tha western rontiTig of gfiln. H was also pointed out that the ln- pectlOD of grain at Internal points would relieve the Inspectors al Win- nipeg, as nil cars already Inspected could carry u apuulal seal showing that they 'would not have'to be tested In Winnipeg. MSClarys "Kootenay" Steel Range is an ornament to f any kitchen, as well a s a wonderful cooker and baker A Range POST OFFICE CONTRACT LET Ottawa, Aug.- contract has been let for the large now post of: cc and public building aL Lethbridge, Dro3..T of Moose Jaw, have been. awarded the contract, Tbich totals Smitrt TlroB. Wilson, arid loteon. Leader Goods were Lctli- rldgc tenderers, but were Uio high. t Is hoped to start the exonvatlou vork tins fall, in order to be ready for he masonry wort in the upring. ANGLICAN CHURCH STRONG IN WEST Winnipeg, Aiitf. lordaliip Ishop Harding, jf Qu'Apptllo, .Sask., peaks iii most encouraging terms ic progress tho Anglican church, is laklng in ihe west. Ho.says that nore than forty now churches will be pened In the west this year. in peaking of Uie new college and go at Jleglna, Bishop Hardlug saya icae institutions will .prove a hlessi in that, they will lie the means o( educating and sending out students etler adapted to fill tlic needs and equlremcnts of the west. MADE RAPID RECOVERY TIcaho-Naasaii, August 28 Anxloty concerning Ihe health of Km- peror Wlllfuni has disappeared. Hit) Mnjesty H now practically na well its ever, again. Only a Hllght hoarsencsti UtitravH hit) recent Indisposition, A VIM and a taste of that, all the appetite and Restore your stomach io heilthyvlpr by lakftg a Dyspepili Tablet ifisr sssh are Ihe but friends for aufferwi from [ndifeatlon md SOtt. a Boi your Druggist's. Made fcy the Nailonal Drug uid Chemical Canadi, Limited, ;