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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November THE DAILY HERALD Page 5 For Making Soap. For For Removing Paint. Who Let Out the Caucus Secret (Continued from front page) in tie present instance notice is serv- ed that if the premier decides to re- pudiate the contract made with Mr, UiarKe, tlie result will be a fight for supremacy between himself and an- otner member of the legislature. Cir- cumstancial details are provided as to is the leading hostile and what his cnances of success are considered to be by the Journal. The information is given, kindly tendered by the premier, that his would-be suc- cessor ig now negotiating with rail- way chiefs to find on what -conditions tiiey would build the A. and G. W." The Edmonton Capital tonight says: "So far only one member of the house HUDSON'S BAY PIONEER DEAD Richard McGinn Passed Away in-City of Winnipeg Winnipeg, Nov. death oc- curred yesterday of Richard McGinn, aged 70. McGinn'Was toorn in Mont- real and came west with the" Red expedition. He also served for several years on Dominion, going through to "the coast on the'C. f. R. survey; later-joining the Hudson Company: 26 years with "them; sixteen years being spent a: Prince Albert in charge of a steam- er between that point and Edmoriton In the summer, and in the company's milling plant in the winter. Ten years ago he was promoted to charge of the Hudson Bay Company's mills in Win- nipeg. He is survived by a widow and a grown-up family. THOUGHT HE'HAD NOTHING- THRESHED BUSHELS lUleichen Call) Wai. Jones has completed his thresh- jing for the season and It is stated his crop of 400 acres of wheat has yielded y.tiOO -bushels or an, average of 22% bushels to the acre. It will be remem- bered that early in the summer Mr. Jones took a contract of ditch work on S. A. L.. canal, having decided his-.'crop was a failure. Returning to town later he was offer- ed per acre for his. crop and-de- cided to look at it. once more, and ultimately-refused the offer..Mr.- Jones is now wondering -where the moisture came from to give him the j and with rain this fall what he will produce next season. nas declared himself, Michener, of lied Deer, opposition leader, making the opinion .the premier's proposal was absurd. i- "No member on Red Deer, but would affeci, by throw- ing open, millions ol acres along the Peace River. According to the bill Ihc Canadian Northwestern Railway Company, is to run from Edmonton west 10 the Pine or Peace River Passes, and also from a point on the C.N.R. line br- Calgary and litlmonioa to Rocky Mount-am House. The line 'from "there would run to the Brazeau. and. Macleotl rivers, and from there to the main line ol the Canadian North- ern. "The country through which this line is to run." said Mr. Cornwall, "is-not served by any other road at thc present time." It is rich in min- erals, and is capable of tremendous (cred unsanitary, and a numhof of oth- er changes. The bill does not super- cede any of-the present methods ol proving'facts of tho genuineness of j documents. It provides for probate of wills and for proofs of record docu- ments. A Technical Bill A bill ,to prevent priority among cx- j ccutive creditors, was also introduc- ed by Mr. Mitchell- It is of a purely technical character, and introduc- ed because of the suggestion of lead- ing members of the bar and the judges. The bili is designed to take Ihe place of the present act which I aoes not .go far enough, and is in I some respect's faulty, it is the coun- i terpart oi the act in force in Ontario, in 1 QflO 11 o as good era Alberta opening up of the country Another point vdncii Mr. Cornwall dwelt on was the great benefit which Alberta would -derive from tin; Yukon trade, which he said be divert- of execution The bill ed to this province by the proposed road. The road would also see the statement last aieht that 'in hi of much umber and miu- statement last -light tLat in Ms and one -was as necessary as' the other- The German Development the government side of the house- has yet offered to break- the silence." Favorable to Fedorenko; Cornwall's New Railway (Continued on back Incorporate, a Mr. Cornwall's bill incorporate the Company, which was doing "able'in the line of development in Avest, but which was handicapped by lack of transportation facilities', would directly benelit .by the road. Mr. Frank Walker also on t-he matter, emphasizing-the necessity of railroads through the country through which ihe Canadian Northwestern is, proposed to run. Witness and Evidence Mr. Mitcheir.s bill rRspccting wit- nesses and evidence does not interfere with the Dominion F.vjdencs Act. w.hinh. applies to, criminal cases, while it repeals the present provincial act. Jt, deals specificallj' with competency 2 creditors by execution from t-h'e supreme district ''courts; I Hills 'Tnirodticerf Hon. C. Cross presented a posi- tion of the city of Edmonton applying i lor amendments .to the charter. In the absence of Mr. Bennett, Mr. I Michener presented tho petition for the incorporation-of the Calgary Uni- versity. Mr Boyle presented a peti- tion for of the Northwest Life Insurance Company. Petitions were, received irom the Chartered Accountants' Association, applying for incorporation, from the Pincher Creek, Cardston and Mon- tana Railway for amendments to the charter. The House ;adjourned until four o'clock Mondav afternoon. Canadian j of certain classes of witnesses to give Northwestern was j evidence .and expert testimony, pro- characterized by much optimisiii as to" viding that no side may employ the rhu -'nf Ilia'marl'--jurl 1 ha. cAi-vifoe nr rrmrn -f.llfni tVirp" the success the' road -and the great benefits which would bs derived'from it if it were built. Not onlv would of more .than three expert witnesses unless by consent of the pre siding judge. It; provides for the ad- ministratibu- of oaths fc.y uplifted hands, instead of, the present, method in. thz district between Eda.bnton and of kissing the-Bible, which is consid- the railway open up oi land -equal to the best to be found Here is something that will cure your cold ffi a day and a J3 what we say in showing Laxa- cold: those .who ask. lot sbinethDigf: of that .sort: Laxacold on a new drives; the cold out of the merely smother it to have so later, as some other.prep-., orations do. It never seates and does not cause' ringing of theears, forit con- tains no quinine. It -siniply relieves your system' and leaves you feeling right. We couldn't afford to risk our reputation 'by recommending the wrong we know all about will not disappoint you. 25c. buys a box. Anything you buy with the Name will give you entire satisfaction. Sold and guaranteed by All Lethforidge Druggists Calgary Hot After the Pennant (Continued from iront Crazed by drink James a To- ronto laborer, shot two young sir'.s. One is in a precarious condition. Tlic incident occurred in a restaurant. The story, told times out number and repeated over and ver again for the last 36 j-ears, but it al.vays a stoiT to those in rtf is nothing "in the world that coughs and colds o quickly as Chamberlain's Cough iemedy. Sold by all druggists. Already a number of Nominations have been received in connection with the Herald's Subscription Contest. You have a chance to win r D IT hn-Duick lour from Hyde Saunders of Lethbridge A Trip to Europe and the King's Coro Or in Cash ilding Lots in Let ps to Or in Cash For Boys and Girls Under 15 er It Costs Nothing Extra To help your favorite candidate win one of The Herald prizes. Every payment on subscription counts for votes. The longer you poy, the more votes the candidate receives. The custom is becom- ir.s; general for subscribers to pay in advance for publications. This plan has as many advantages to the subscriber as it has to the publisher. VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS AND THE PRICE OF THE HERALD DAILY HERALD......By Carrier By Mail New Old SIX MONTHS 1.50 1200 600 ONE YEAR 4.00 3.00 3000 T5GC- TWO YEARS 8.00 6.00 9000 4500 THREE YEARS 12.00 9.00 15000 7500 FIVE YEARS 20.00 15.00 27000 13500 WEEKLY HERALD- ONE YEAR S1.50 1500 750 TWO YEARS 3.00 3500, 1750 THREE YEARS 4.50 5000' 2500 FIVE YEARS 7.50 10000 5000 The Herald's Automobile and European Tour Contest: This nomination does not count as a u each candidate. I Nominate Xame of Candidate. District No. Street or Town. Signed. Name of Nominator. Address. the candidate wishes to compete for the -Shetland Pony, sign name below. (Competing for Shetland Pony) Call and see Mr. Dyce at the Herald Office. If you live out of the city send in your nomination at once. The fact that Mr. Dyce is in charge ensures absolute satisfaction to all contestants. Eident was instructed to enquire 'why tiie Detroit cliib had not ccme through. with the necessary In this cou- nection Koxy Walters came in. for a complimentary remarks, he J claiming, by reason-of bis contract with the' defunct Regina club, that he is entitled to a percentage of this draft money. Holiday Receipts The matter of pooling the hoJiclay gate receipts received considerable discussion, as Winnipeg refused early in tiie season to the motion put through" at the Hat-meeting to.toe effect that the holiday.gates be pooled. A motion was put thrbugh by a unan- imous vote that'the Hat motion be up- held.- Then oh you pennant! 'President Hal lUiddleton, of the Calgary club, armed to tne teeth with affidavits and otUer articles ot' legal laid on.'the table-a very politely worded appeal to the board of control, asking Ulan to kindly "rescind Mr. Eckstorm's decision in forfeiting the Calgary-Ed- monton game of Aug. 29 to Edmonton, thereby giving Edmonton the lead-iu tne second series, and leaving unde- cided tne Western Canada League championship. The sight of the pretty red and wiiile.rag.' "Champions in the room, served to .awake all Mr. iliddleton's fighting spirit He. be- came a veritable he-cow when it was snook before his eyes, and the way he is going to' gore the feelings of the toreador a la Eckstonn isn't Affidavits by Middleton; JDr. :.iason, O. G. Devinisu, S. S. Savage and Shenvood of the Her- aid. to the effect that the Calgary grounds were in an um'it' and danger- ous condriion for play on the date in tiuestion. were put forward. Mr. Eckstorni expressed his stand In the matter, explained that he had no axe to grind with either Calgary or nnd that, he did care who got tue pennant as long as thp proper spirit of fair play and the' rules of genuine sport were upheld. He had thought to do his- best for all concern- ed, and the best for the future of base- in the West. While the remainder of the- dele- gates were trying to fathom the tech- nicalities of the matter the inner man called, and so the matter stands. Tiie w.hole case seems to have sim- mered down to this: "Did Mr. Eck storm overstep his authority in this matter? Had no any right to rne "fitness of tiie Calgary Did he violate Rule which says tnat "the -captain of the home club shall be the soie judge of the illness of the grounds for playing after ID either case what shall we do about A warm time is in store for the after- ;noon session, but the question should be amicably settled for the future of. true sport and baseball in Alberta. DISTRICT COURT vi INCLARESilM Clarcsholm, Nov., ly sitting of the IJistrict held here today, Judge the bench. The counsel present, Joseph Hicks and C..'S- Gcray-j leod, and.H. Q. Haslam.-'.F muir and J.. R. -Watt, 'Claresholmy There -Tjusiness of. import1 Prentice, v. McCord. For for 'defendant Plaintifi Tailed to ant was allowed, on counterclaim. This -was usual v fused horse, deal'action and aiterxJonff. evidence the "claim .was along- the coun.t-crclaimi'...bu't defendant got costs. In the., course-of? the evidence the defendant two-of thu horses placed bv plaintifi were 36 The '3G year 'old colt "died-' antiY.'oh'e.j.r; j defendant stated that he had ..-its 'bones.- I Mvers Bros. v. Hough'ton.: I tiffs-J. R. Watte, defendant Haslam. Action.'for plowing.- acres at S3.50. IJefen-claTit -produced i evidence to Say: the no sood. Case dismissed.- No' cost's to eitlier party. -G---M. plaintiff, .lor H. of. defendant. Vaivhorn and I-Tutchisson .T- r-J..'; T.: Xorth. Action for price'.ot hay paid. The. judge Several small cases were FATAL FIGHT XTOGR Boadhouse Battle Costs Two Human Lives rvioimi Kiscoe. New York, Nov. Two -men were killed at a road" house tonight in a over a girt.. One- is. an unknown Italian and the other. Jas. McKennan, a relative of the proprietor of the road house. Tne girl left Iftr i home a Tew days ago and -her bnv-.her (sought her at the road house Ho- could get no satisfaction. Tonurnt tbere was an attack on tbo. house. The attacking: party was repvlsed. The attackers took up a position down ths road and opened fire. The of the road house answered in kind. ?nd one of each, side fell. Tfce bullet that brought down jMcKennttn passed tftrough the door. The Italian in tiie attacking PLANS FOR A TO SHUT OUT BRITISH Wasnington. Nov. is. wnat" is de- scribed as a monster appeal, is being drawn up by the Chinese urging Great hfntain to abrogate the treaties wirh wiiicb permits British inter- ests to engage in -the opium trade. Word TO tnis effect was received here by the Intel-national Reform League, from Its field secretary in Pe- kin, Rev.- E. YV. The petition wil be submitted simultaneously to tne British and Chinese governments. it is charged that the existence of treaties al't'ord les'a! excuse for Brit- ish and French citizens to engage in Tiie traffic in China. Winnipeg, plans ot George the archiicfu, were ac- cepted this morning at Tiie board OL control for the new tuberculosis hos- pital. This is in accordance with thr findings of the appointed, Myron .1. Stern, of and Dr Douglas, who ma.-If tin1 award, al- though they did noi know who was the lucky winner. The second winner was F. Sho.v- crt, whoso plan the jutiges specially commended, although it was almost too coir.plit-ami 10 be worker! in a satisfactory conclusion. Tt embodies many exri-'Ucnt ideau which will be used" in the eonstruciion of the build- ing. Bruce put in thrn- plans his third the only one thought to be useful to the ciiy. Tin- only plan "was aceompanirri by "any nasnc i' is no; known I w'hom it was sent. bv. i Dr. Morse's Indian Root Hea.2eti Wilson's Sores efcd, GO years old, iiicked j Barrels of apples in less iJian ino j Hours ;il Ko picket! ru. i tne rale of four barrels an Iiotir Uur-, M j in? some or the time. j When the sewers of the kidneys and skin clogged up, the blood quickly becomes impure and frequently sores break out over the body. The way'to heal them, as Mr. Richard Wilson, -who lives near J-ondca, Out., foimd, is to purify the blood. Ha writes: "For some time I had been in a low, depressed condition. My left me and I soon began to suffer from indi- gestion. Quite a number of sores and blotches formed all over my skin, I tried medicine for the blood and used many kinds of ointments, bat without satisfactory results. What -was wanted was a thorough cleansing of the blood, ucd I looked about ia vain for spine medi- cine that would accomplish this. At bst Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills brought to ay notice, and thsf are osa of the most wonderful medicines I hzvs ever known. My blood -was puri- fied in very short tiaae, sores healed up, ray indigestion, vanished. They always have a place in my home and are looked upon as the family remedy." Dr. Morse's Indian Root PiDs cleanse the system thoroughly. Sold by sal dealers at a box, ;