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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 22, .101.2 THE'LETIJBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Bank of Nova Scotia INCORPORATED 1832 T CAPITAL FUND TOTAL ABSKTS OVER S JOO in Canada, Newfoundland and the Wosb Inches, also in Bohton, JSew York and Chicago A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, transacted, in'connection with which (here'in a'SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. Interest allowed'on deposits of ?1 and upwards at the' highest current rate. A' hranch of thiB old established bank lias heen opened In the (lull Block, and solicits the. accounts of firing and In- dividuals on-favorable terms. L5THBRIDGE BRANCH E. F. MACNEILL, Mtniger Solicitor is Wor "fCfontinued' fro king front athei this jCgiiynlbfalou be of three or flie memoeiB to be decided litei before riiQj chatter goes befoie tho legisla turjp for" ratification. H will be for inlepayers to decide tlve> deem'the city'large enough to neces- sitate ttle employing of Che high sal aried just at the sent 4.' qjiinn ui of com inissioh who be kuonn as the Bailments Is some to 'for the present.' Tha't; how will not be' decided initii the preliminarj drafl of the chaitei is published some time this fall Secretary-Treasurer Rottidb'on was ialled on and asked whether it was necessary Jo subnet the chaiter tn li jjftfe of people Wp sayd that "ft not' the chattel ie-3 by if deemed cln sTioiild hav P the increased incl Hi it the action of the CQjjnul in dskinj, foi the TUlftcitlon of the chtitcr wib enough to indicite i hut the clUreiia wished the idded Houeiei he thought that the migKt demand the ifish' to on the charter befpie it to tlie leglsliturc 4.1 _i1tG DIG ch literals COPS ofVoi matioii and fhe interest ijjcltsnhtf beguri to lag after the long getting Ihe' new form of gov er'Hinene Into forte; will reviv l be the topic ol discussion MAGRATH TO HAVE FINE SPORTS Magrath, July completed feu till grtal frlelnation' and if tht is fine il? be tho ol sport ever held. The for the iccepfioiJoi the Leth- bndgB Ijtx 1 aVimng boosters are also made Tlit excursion train will stop at the exhibi- tiou jfjfrk entrance where the biiLec-hea vill IJL made People are -alrcatlj ins; For the' an'd a 4 is expected ALL IS READY BOOSTERS' TRIP Tomorrow at tlie Ury-Parirt- lug Congress Boosters' special traijft wUl leave (he C R dipot heie foi Cantfiton, arriving ihere at -U5. The local Kilties Band will acompany the excursionists, who, will miintor In the neighborhood .o-r one hundred and fifty.. A number' of tic- kets are being held Dry-Farm- ing Congress offices awaiting to he claimed by people who have ordered same. It is requester! that those hav lug tickets to take tip, get In- touch with tlie Congress office at once, and claim their tickets A unique feature of the trip tomor- row will be the sending hot air balloons at each place the train atops, namely, Raymond, Msgratn and Card- ston; Attached to will be a number and those securing a bal- .oon and sending the number to the Congress1 office will receive-a prize. Tlie business men of Letiibridge are also' requested to take their business caids along with them and distribute hem tloiig tile points to be u si ted by the. )died" soVn' afterward.' It uill be i great 4iid should speed along the work of ihe Congress emphatically Tempt a weak appetite-- sate a with this cereal confection BABY FELL INTO POT OF SOUP AWFUL FATE OF INFANT AT A HOTEL IN TO DEATH Frank, July two. year old taby of Air. and Mrs. John .McDoune! Union Hotel of this place, met a frightful death in a most singular manner yesterday. The baby was laying about the floor of the kitchen lotel while the cook wan preparing he noon day meal. Tho cook set a uge pot of soup on the floor for.a nom'ent, .-not noticing the child was near Jhe fell into the pot and b.efor.e the cook could reach it the LETHBR1DGE FIREMEN WON j> The firemen s bports were in progress at Pincher Creek to- day. Lethbrfdge firemen won first and second- prixs in tlie life-saving competition, which consisted of carrying a dummy up and down a ladder..Pincher Creek was !tbird. Hook and ladder test: Medi- cine' Hat, 1; Pincher Creek, 2. Pincher Creek, 1 fr i "DOC'CULBERT RAILWAY MOVE GIVES_ at 'mans public gathering's during' the ol the >eai Nothing but fross eajelessness on the pirt of the authontie- can the charter bejng duh adierfiscd and presenter J ScssioTi 'Asks the Senate (Continued from 'that tlie President l deal with the fsilhject In his speech accepting the Mis recommendation ot repeal ty no 'jneins msures tills action The Demo partv made poesihle the enactment of the bill still bolieief fit Representatn e trndar-wood hit pub >fllcl) stated that House Mill not 1 to repeal the act Stand pat Republicans and who equallj opposed to the pollcj like nolhing better than to S iasten upon the Democrats tho respon j> slbillh for keeping the leciprocitj of open s The Police, Court Tbirtj dajs foi Tilfe on top fl( thlrtj days for being drunk and waa the punishment riveted 'out to Guy ,W.' Martin, before, the cadi Iri. police court this morning Martin who sseniB to .nave established a reputation tor fre- beating up his better arirt'on reach --mynone BUrtcd hie old The cned thejreftult Mar La will do the of months in the guard 'room lie will be deported on nig release Martin ,1 comet from Salt Lakte Cltj and has been in Canada only a Jas Mclaughlin another t fMst was given three hours to relieve ,Jthe cltv of hia A couple of 7 garden drunks got Off j with a warning RISE TO LOTS OF SPECUL- ATION ui'rr I 111! laitroal Because they act so gently (no purging or griping) yet so I thoroughly goi lias n" i behii i-ul futuit, j t y J the otlicc jJjlQ of the mtei national border to Cilgarj and thence io Edmonton; is an authoritative- re port- that is in circulation in Calgary I ending tnikh to thci ot (ed the lac-t that 0 "E Lulbert representing the Alberta Pa cific railway, rsceritlr established, of- fices.-in Thomas ".block, and will remain here for an indefinite- period, "I have absolutely nothing to bay for said Mr. Culbect "1 am here simplj to se cure.-infpcmation, but t-am not. soing to talk about the -AlbertaPacific rail- way, under 'any circumstances. Too much enterprise several There is'absolut.e- Ij nothing in connection with pie scnce (hat would interest thp public I am gathering information) that is. all. You sec, here is a let- ter ivlnch I am just wilting to ork parlie1? giving information about, There is nothing whatever to make a storv on, The Vlbcrta Pacific ongnialh se- cured a cburUr from the Dominion j >mith promise of a cash' bonus .'of per nille. Tlie line said projected the Hill system affording a Canadian connec- tion pa for the Great Norj them in the inner circles just win the project r> t _At_' NA-DRU-CCT LAXATIVES fare best for the children as well as the grown-ups. 25c.' a" box at your druggist' hiniet! of LMtrf I Supt. Cameron Here Superintendent. of ihe ;Mediclne Hat division of the C. P. R., iarriyed'in the the West this 'afternoon. He- went south on the lo- cal and on his trip will inspect th'e which-are being pros- ecuted at'-, the 'different stations a- -line. At'.several of the sta- are being built, while the.stock yards all along the V R and I rystem are being put into, good-shape .f.or; fall shipping. Mr. Cameron, while bere. had ho information, of special importance to out All the in connection with -putting the irack in shape for the fall traffic is being rapidly pushed. An Alarming Rumor V peisisteut fmnqi current .on tjie streets lodaj the C R. special train beaiing ibc e.v- lursion to the Exner mental Farni, lad gone off the tiacks east of Taher last night on the trip So fa'1 as the Herald cin Vgrn rhrre vas ho jrrouhd for fio .company ofticnls state tha no such accident' lis i pen lepo'-'Pti at the loral ul icesj THE TEMERE CASE ENDED TODAY London, Julv K. Hcllmuih, contrnuing his arguments today he- fore the judicial committee of the privy council, urged that the provi- sion set forth in the new marriage act would he at variance with the code, in the case of the two Roman t'athohrs, marriage could be only vulidly solemnized before a Roman Catholic priest, because no other minister upon a true construction of the" code had tile neccssarv authority to soleimiizc such. Lord Chancellor Lorcburn referred to articles in the code based'on deci- sions of the Trent. 'Mr.1 Hellmuth continued that the greatest social evil which could be- :aU a country would be legislation leading to laxity in the solemnization of .marriage clandestinely. As decreed by. the Council, of Trent and recog- by the Code _of Quebec based on .he geneial Kiench a eldiitiebtine iarriage was no'marriage. If any other than a priest could- narnage in thu i ncc t he resul t would be to render jj; marriage less stable socially- and produce the .which the law desired to remedy. R. C. Smiih, representing the at- the FARMERS JUST A> MJNUTE! Hero's a clianco fo buy tlml new Avagon you want Iliis 'full af. ACTUAL SA LH COST. Only a dozen Id'l. Head this Jisl and call next tiiuu yon are hulowii. t FISir WAGONS 1 In. arm, 3 In. tire, ca-it sliein, 28 in. box And 'teat 3 In. ami, 3 in. tire, cast skeiu, 28 in. snd 1 ''.It In arm, 3 In. tire, steel skein. 28-ln box Six extra 2S inch wnson. boxes and seats, HM.OO JtJOJO '.ttf.M .198.50 TUDJIOPE WAGONS 1 in. east .skein, box and. sMt 1 in. arm, 3 sketn, box 1 In. arm, 3 inoh ca-st'sketn, 38 in'..boK 3 in. arm, 3 inch 2S In. box anci scat1.. 1 in. arm; 3'inch tire, steel skein, 28 In. box and .seat Four extra 28 in. boxes each, brake's J10.00 .We have, also-a fiae s'tp'ck of styles and ThftSfl'ire atwlihg good. Hyde and Saunders Warehouie arid P. O. Box 112 cor. 2nd and "A" TILEPHONE 1244 or, counsel submitted egislate reasonablv upon anv subjeclj of (jiichec, opened caj-c foi that province When this i its exclusive jurisiliction could bill was introduced by a private per- j not the'effect of son, he said, the question at once isdiction to the Dominion'parliament. presented itself whether- the. Domln-' ion parliament in allowing hill to he pjomoicd, ultra vires IjOrd Atkinson "The seems to tic tn he this Is such (tuestion a person married according to the rules of the Whatever the law of 'Quebec juight he, continued Mr. Smith, not acting ff) lhlg qlieslion shoulti hc ln the gatue, as the subject matter suggested in the question related to the solemnization of marriage A. GeoITrion follou'etl- the- locality where '.the ceremony takes place or according to the ni'les of his sule' aa-VUIB !t was thetc own The act sars, 'A wollltl not nago duh performed according to "i116511011 for several local law j Chancellor Loret'urn "Ybfl Lord Ualshury say that 11E no decision on life true rule of consliuction does a whether the law of the'pro- general uglit ghen-the Dominion of Quehec renders mill and void legation to marriage a marriage otherwise wouli! he id dixorce include ihe particular binding, merely because were subject matfei of soiemniyation ot i110'1 contracted before a Konian Cath- FROM PRO VI NCI All ,The meeting; of }tl AsiocittionVwill held this erenlng, ibut vUl held in their day, the 26th, p.m, the Provin- cial AEiocijLtion to be present. of the law in Quebec should left unanswered vby that court wai there acceded UK Their Lornslups restrved j the Lord Chancellor saying they were I grealli mdehtflri to counsel for the extremely able arguments addresatd i'theiu on each snde. marriage'in tho province Why tlo you sav that Mr Plinth submitted that the par- ticulai subject ir-atter being cxdusnolr in the provinces the Act of ISfJS brought this.about.Tu ,a reply to a question M (fie Chancpl- olic priest This is a singular re- quest." Mr Gcofinon, in said -that ftlien the mailer before therSu-i'. preme Qourt of Canada the "revest ukn' Sample sent on of the attorney general, of 'Quebec request White that the question oE what, is the cf- j White Swan Vent make the moat Ndelfcioui. bread jou tasted. Confirm this iUtA next .bread baking Business A HAPPY CHANCE FOR FRUGAL FOLKS Price Cutting at Gray's to reduce stock at once BELIEVE INSOMNIA U your CMuot- -iuppiy you, J 1. Mlthlcil Ob. P 0 emti Wi n rKflM JUKI yic jiiujcvd not' atv the' f true. Afcas the projected line traverses one of the richest sections in the Canadian west. As projected, the linr wnlilri run! 'rom Gap, Montana, across i the international border to a point just west of '.PJnchcr ('reek, thence Pass to. the, thence down tho flathrad to connect with the-Milwaukee' line! already building north from Kalispeli, It would open .up immense -rich coal fields on the south fork of the 6ld j territory in jhp PUthcai! district of C olttmbia oming norih I from Pincher Crppk. ihe nroirctrd! line .would traverse the .country I nne range a field with untouched Porcupine hills ;anri'''thoj mineral and agricultural possibilities, j Henry, Hay ward and his flvft- old (laughter were drowned In Otonnbec at Pelerboro. the ENAMELWARE TIN GOODS COOKING UTENSILS BASKETS EVERYTHING IN OUR SOUTH WINDOW C. r Reg. 30c, 35c, 40c and 50c Values. BRUSHES CUTLERY SCREEN WINDOWS POTTERY, Etc. i There is also on display another aggregation of Choice Bargains at Two for 5c, and5c, We and I5c each. Every item a fighting argument for 25'- July Beating Specials! C W GRAY THE BEST HARDWARE 25C- Counter Crowdinf Bargainc ;