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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIUmiDGE DAILY HERALD BETTER ROUTE MAP IS ASKED MINISTER WITHHOLDS APPRO- VAL OF ROAD THROUGH HAPPY VALLEY FOR MAKING SOAP FOR WASHING DISHES FOR SOHtNIMG WATER r'CAHAOA (W. A. I1. Ottawa, Sept, 3D. Hon. Frank Cuchrano, ministi'r n( railways, ut ii railway niulejmap lirai'iliK tliis evri'i- ing tt'iUilicltl his iipimivul of (lie rwiti> of Um Alberta, Peace liivtir and Kns- turn Railway until Oi'loliur In in or- ik-r lo the promoters an oppor- tunity to prepare u map of the Lal- sfulion, giyinp; more ili'tails anil hiJiculing more clearly tlie location of Uic1 other railway lines. Incidentally he stated that i PENETRATE FAR NORTH IN SEARCH OF GOLD A Party of Prospectors to Leave Edmonton Next Spring PROVINCIAL SUlDAY SCHOL CONVENTION j -L- Tlie eleventh iunual Provincial uwlapj School ccyention will be eld ii; Calgary 12-14. It is IQ am of the div-eutlou to stress of the ivisi'Jl of the Sui t thereatuTtifi Ufa on Uie L iiud secondary ay school. One a day eon- ol tbe element- ture liu does not propose to appvove railway lines until surveys have huBii madfi. The company proposes io huihf n railway from the internation- al boundary to Calgary, thence Kdmpntnn, and out- to the Peace Riv- er ,ind Port Churchill, a distance of 1535'miles. Mr. Cochrtuic, in Hie course of the hearing, stated that he did nut pro- pose to approve the whole lints at once. I-Jc would approve- as imiuh as could lie constructed in the course of two years, and later on the company could come before him again. Objec- tion was taken to the proposed line from the international boundary to Calgary by the Western Dominion "Railway on the score than the Al- herta-Pcace River and Kastern would conflict with their line, which is be- ing built under a provincial charter. Mr. C'ocdraiie intimated that lie ex- pected the two companies to come to Kdmonlon, Oct. the ico goes out or the Laird river next spring parly of prospectors, whose -prac- tical knowledKO of mineralogy was gut nod'in tho fuictnoBt fcold camps of the United States, Canudu, South Af- rica, Australia and South America, will start from Edmonton to pene- trate the northern wilderness, more than 500 miles west of tho confluence of tlie Liard and the N'auannl rivers. Tho prospectors will take with them HO pack animals and ample supplies for a stay of at least six Three members of tlm? will pass tho winter in Edmonton to assemble the oiitltt and arrange for its trans- fu-j portation to a point, whence it will be to its destination Ijoyond the outposts of civilization. William Drew, now a resident of Edmonton, who went to the headwat- ers of the Liard in a skiff with two prospectors in 1800, discovered placer gold there in paying quantities, but shortage of provisions forced the men to abandon their exploitation project. Drew returned to Edmonton, while his partners headed westward through the mountains, intending to travel overland to Vancouver, ]3. C. As they were never heard from it is believed they perished on the lonely trail. William .McLean" and his brother Frank, sons of -Mnrdock -McLeod, now of Edmonton, previously a post trader for tiie Hudson's Bay company in the Fort Nelson country, for 30 years, ac- by W. J. Weir, a young Scotchman, left Fort Nelson early in the spring of 1001, intending an agreement as to where their lines I ploro the district at tho headwaters ry, tie secondary id adult division, 'heat 'conferences 8n simultaneous- UQ-; J. C. Sycamre, pastor of the 'irsUBaptist churi Calgary, will ond'Ot a. half study at the 'pening of session of the convntion. Tlie Itpnmtlonal Sun- day chooJ associal'H will be- repre- ritd by Rev. Brown, super teileni. of the depart oiMund also a socialist in tin Adult BfbleJasses. The Sun chool workers III also he favor ed 5 an address Dr. Sperry, o: hie international Y.JI. C. A. Othei fsptfers on the -prcram are 'Jlrs. F G. janvood, Calgart W. T. Tail, o th'boys' M. C. A., Ed jnuton; Miss IT. Roinson, Calgary; 31. A. Calgary; Rev E S. Bishop, Macletf; li; F. Kenny f finer general secrjary of the Al J-rta Sunday-school Rev ?JM. Simiaoiv BlalnJre, and Rev. C, Ilolman. late of jiuicine Hat. j Other speakers being arranged 'or and the converion promises to one of the -most iclpful to Sunday workers thitf has bee hvld iu the proving A MENAOHG GROUP Beirut, Syria, 01. Ital- iun warships .ire irmsins off Haifa Mil the Bay of The Experience of Two Girla v Here Related For The Benefit of Others. Rochester, N. Y. have daugh- ter 13 years old who has always' been very healthy until recently when she complained of dizziness and cramps every month, so bad that I would have to keep her home from school and put hor to beo to get relief. "After giving her only two bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound she is now enjoying the best of liealth. I cannot praise your Compound too highly. I want every good mother to read what your medicine has done for my RICHARD N. DUNHAM, 811 Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y. the sln-ss of public Stoutsville, Ohio. suJTcred from mit her soldiers to headaches, backache and was very irreg- ular. A would he located At a meeting held earlier in the day several other western lines were ap- proved with distance, and practically no deviation in the plans They were the Canadian Northern antV Ontario Railroad, revision of the Sudhury-Port Arthur line Canadian Northern Railway, revision of the Thunder Hill branch Canadian Nor- thern Railway, revision of the Hum- bold l-Calgary line Canadian North- ern Railway, IJiYiiafuit to Est-evan Canadian Pacific Railway, Bergen, Man., north-easterly Manitoba and N. W. Railroad (C.p.R.) gave revi- sion between Minncdosa and Breclen- bury. COL, SAM HUGHES GAVE A DINNER HIS EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE FOR MANY COURTESIES EX. 'TENDED IN ENGLAND of llio Nabannl the Liard. Nothing was heard rer, a tributary of of them until lOOti, when a yotniKor aon of the post trader, going ovor tho same routo, with a, party of luinters, found the Bkoletona of his two brothers aliio by eiiio, both burlng been Bhot. Their sunn and ammunition were nearby. Weir's bleached skoUjton was found thrco miles a'way. There was a rag- Bed hole In the skull. Tho remains of tho three men, which were Identified by articles known io have been car- ried by them, were burled near when they fell. Tho theory accepted by the elde Mui'dock and his son as well as by trappers and traders in the dlstric as a solution of the triple tragedy, ii that Weir, blgli strung and new tt the country with MH solitude and mys lory, became insane imtl shot his com white they were asleep, aft ward taking his own life. The younger -McLeocI aurl his -men who prospected near the headwaters of the'Nabanni river for some time returned with samples of rich gok bearing quartz. The prospectors re ported at trading post that they found sold In abundance, but the i: accessibility of the coiiatry, the long distance to pack supplies and tho hardships encountered made impoi Elbio the development of the ground. George McLuughlin, for years in the employ of the Hudson's Bay company in the Fort Nelson district, was member of a party organized several years ago to investigate the reports brought down by explorers in 1898, 1904 and 1908, but the loss of hi: sight prevented him from going, and the others postponed the long journey until he returned from England, where be underwent treatment for his eyes. Subsequently the project was aban- doned. The trip: to' be undertaken next spring will bo the first determined effort since 1906 to gain definite in- formation of the gold deposits report- ed to exist- in bonanza quantities in the mountains at the head o( the Liard and Nabanni rivers. WILL STAVEWARNERFAIR OFF EVIL WASASUrass DAY BORDEN WILL DELAY NAVAL1 POLICY WITH ATTENDANT REFERENDUM (W. A. P. Ottawa, Sept. response to the cull last week to the ministers of the crown, a cabinet council con'.eu- RNANCES ARE '.ON RIGHT SIDE .OF THE CHANGES Warner, Sept. a director's meeting of Warner Agricultural society, the secretary was instructed to arrange for an institute meeting some date near Oct. 31. The special first prize awarded to V. G. Smith, of 3Iilk River on anew variety of beardless wheat was al- lowed jind the value fixed at I ft was duly carried to place that' part of the prize list including art Range Talks by the Housekeeper No. 2 Subject "The Oven" the NCE convinced that the ap- pearance of a range appeals 'to our sense of good taste, we want to know all there is to know about Ihe the Oven is the important range essential. If it is not a perfect cooker and baker, c-utward beauty cpunts for very little. "The more you look into 'Kootenay' Oven the more anxious will you be to own a 'Koo- The oven of this beautiful range is made of nickelled sheet steel -one-eighth of an inch thick. I don't know how to ex- plain this nickelled steel but the main thing to remember is that a 'Kootenay' Oven cannot rust- more than that you can wash it out just like an ordinary kitchen dish, and always have a clean Oven. "The reasons for the 'Kootenay's'1 splendid cooking and baking repu- tation are very heat flues are broad and deep sur- round the entire Oven so that it LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG MSClary's bakes and cooks evenly. The vent- ilation is roast retains all its rare and generous juices when cooked in it. "The construction of the Oven of my range was carefully explained to I bought it. The inner body of the ''Koo- tenay' is protected with the Oven walls cannot burn through ver the Oven-top a cast iron frame or guard holds a sheet of as- bestos in place, while the bottom is b r a c e'd with iron bars. 'The ther- mometer is a' great conven- ience. Plain figures "show the exact degree .of heat necessary for baking pies, cakes, bread, etc., or roasting meat. No need to open the only cools off the Oven. The thermometer costs a little more, but I wouldn't be with- out it. Of course there are other splendid.features about the 'Koo- tenay.' All in all, it's the best range I've ever seen." VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N. B. 202 HAMILTON CALCARYl Sold by The Stafford-Agnew Co. Long worth Joins 'Dorit-ask-me'Club morning and continued all day work mdustria, ,work and hnusdloWl thc onice of the privy council to I proclucts in n( commence the task o. preparing thc Civic'Improvement club to draw up ROOSEVELT'S SON-IN-LAW REAL- and arrange a list covering the London, .Sept. acknowledge- !icasional One .of the first ment of the many courtesies and to be decided on is the date of Witnesses extended to Colonel thci "ln of parliament. Hon. Sam Mughci and the Canadian i TMt wiu cithcr Thursday, Nov. officers during their stay in Britain U or Thursday, Nov. 21 is certain, thn minister of militia gave private1 No whicl> is cllosen tllcre dinner tonight at the Junior Umv j remams onl-v s'x or scvcn weeks m and Navy Club, at which there were I tho ministers must prepare for sixty present, among, others Lord the consideration of parliament the Dmidouald, Lord Brooke, Col. matters to be outlined in the I was of the War Office, Licut.-Oencral Scl-j 5Pecfh tie, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Newton' 110 Moore, of Australia; Col. Robin, oi ironV arrange a list covering ground for next year's prize list. It was also thought advisable to have a lady assistant secretary to take charge of these entries and ex- hibits next year. A resolution was passed that the society send an exhibit to the Dry- Farming Congress, and the secretary secure allotment of LY DOESN'T KNOW "WHERE HE IS AT" Cincinnati, Sept. are it lot of Republican candidates for Con- gress all over the United States who find the Tart-Roosevelt issue highly embarrassing, but compared to Repre- space and to write several farmers; sentative Nicholas Longworih their ol these matters will known t ft especially good gram lot is a happy one. If they should thli overnment s tied, ration of askillg.for Ics redistribution bill, government found itself ed itv' today s meeting of the. lo ipv- UPrt' llon- Messrs. "I feel I iK J Hoclie and Hur- sure if any Canadian Koveninirjit wi-rpl rrl1' U is likeIV that a ileiin-j frieml ad-i to prevent her sol.liers coming to the i llrCIHllltt as to of the! the Mother Country' in' naval contribution will reacl-ed :eroliange of olliccrs. He sai.l the :ime has arrived when the whole orces of the empire should come fiore closely together. The minister had been asked, he aid, whether, in the event oi assistanec of Britain. The best an- wer l.o ail such questions, he said, i It-rested in the manufacturing busi- Hc has steadfastly supported the Taft administration. A "Bull Moose" candidate for Con- gress threatens him. The Republican majority in his dis- trict is not large enough to withstand much defection. I laneous In his will, Mr. Smith valued hig partnership and holdings in the firm of Osier and Hammond at his seat on the Toronto stock.-ex- industrial change at and his -10 shares in the Royal Alexandra theatre afc ness. He will spend his winter there and return Allerta in the, spring to look after thc St. Charles farm, west of here- A. .J. Uuniside, manager pf the Hank of Commerce here, is having liis L. t. and Mark Grady Havre, Mont., iast Wednesday on whether I shall make one. It will de- business. pcnd upon developments. I have noth- Every few days a rumor is started to the effect that Longworth is about to declare his opposition as between Taft and the Colonel, but every time he is approached he shakes his head. "T have made no statement conceni1- _ ing the presidency, said Mr. Long- went to worth tho other day. "I don't know toes from a four-acre patch far above (he average. He ploughed down a heavy sod last full aiid then aoplied F. Shepard, who has been post- to say now master coiuing to Warner three' air> wife, who was years ago, has resigned and Wallai trial Commissioner. The bureau were endeavoring to arrange trip to Calgary for a large party of He held in addition, the delegates, but owing to this lat- worth of MacKay common stock, a est development will probably call one-quarter interest in equity in ihe the move off. J Trctheway firm, valued at and in the N7orthwest land HAS GREAT POTATO CROP company, in Vancouver laiidi and the Allen farm, valued at His Pains in Preparation and Cultiva- tion pay Shrausstovvn, Pa., Sept. U. Anthony, a farmer in upper Tulpe- hocken township, is harvesting pota- Vegetable Com- pound, and before I had taken the whole of two.bottles I found relief. I am only sixteen years old, but T have bet- ter health than for two or throe years. I cannot express my thanks for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me, 1 had taken other medicines but did not find CORA B. FOSNAUGH, Stoutsville, Ohio, R.F.D., No. 1. Hundreds of sucb letters from moth- ers expressing their gratitude for what T-ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound has accomplished for their daugh- ters have been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Comptuiy, Lydia E. Pinkham's time of a crisis it would be'found the alisence "f tllcsc thrcc members, j possible to Sl0p them.' In conclusion Hon. IIUL'hrs declared ;TREASON IS OPEN for an imperial parliament for 'the! MEETING whole empire, .with representation for; Liverpool, Oct. great, gather- each oversea ilominion. The minister] ing took place at Shell Park last even- sails for Canada Empress of Britain. Friday un the TELLER GETS FOUR YEARS Toronto, Sept. Rich- iiiond, the young uglier, who stole 000 iVom the Bank of Toronto, and whose attempted suicide led to the dis- covery of his (tefsleat ions, pleaded guilly, before Judge Don ton. today, and was sentenced to four years in Kingston. ing to protest against Home Kulo. Tho assembly numbered not less than 'a hundred thousand people, who arrived in three processions. The enthusiasm was unbounded and rockets and fire- works of all kinds were discharged. Sir Edward Carson and F. 15. tht! Unionist leaders in the movement, j ratify prominent citizens were in l.efhbridia- this week on a law suit case, arising out. oi someone having a poor memory. Memory is about the poorest business record ever. Arthur Colbv left for bis homestead this week, lie has been assisting Mr. Snapp thronirh harvest. The Evangelical parsonage is fnish- Alice Roosevelt, is known to be an ardent political follower of father. She sat all through the Republican National Convention, at, Chicago, anx- iously watching every move of tbf leaders who beat IlooseveK for tiie heavy sod last full a. rich dressing. Lust spring he harrowed the land six times and rolled it five times, when it had the appear- ance of a garden. Before planting ho applied one-half ton of high grado fertilixer to the acre. In plaining he cut thn spuds one eye MAY BE TORONTO'S NEXT MAYOR Toronto, Oct. name of Rob- ert S. Gourlay, the new president of the Canadian Manufacturers' asso- ciation, is frequently mentioned as a possible candidate for mayor of this city. to a cut- as soon us lno potatoes The Royal Bank is erecting a new building at Iloldcn, Alta. Tlie Union Bank has opened a branch at MeCreary, nomination. Her husband sat with sprouted he began cultivating, work- her. At that stage of the preslden- lhe ?oil a week "IlUl tne tial fight there is not much dmibi I PIanta were Ior cul- that Mr. Lonyworth would have been tivation- Thc rcsult is that the well satisfied to see the Colonel nom- ed and Rev. Orth will move into it I inated. It would have cleared the next week. J. P. Whiffy came down from kMChen Saturday and will be here >r ;i few days. .Mr. Merrilhow is threshing, and mised him tbe use of free .ships to; carry ten thousand men from Liver- i poo! io Itolfast, to help Ulster, if it! Kosrtown, Sasfc., is io have to a i t-ure theatre, tottine situation for him amazingly. Rcosevelt's Hands Arc Tied While a word from Colonel Roose- could probably stop ihe nomina- tion of a "Bull Mooso" candidate in Longworrb's district, nobody expects will amount to 200 or 2oO bushels to the acre, and many of the tubers weigh a pound each. THANKSGIVING DAY Ottawa. Sept. thc meeting of the Cabinet Council today, an order- in-council WUK passed definitely f ft ing I tlie Colonel to say ii. could hard-j Thanksgiving Day for Monday, Ocro-1 i ly afford to, because he is declaring her 28. The proclamation will bo j pic- that tlve third party is no person; -tied in tho Canadian Gazette, Tues-j j atfalr, ig uuboased arid statute on1 next. Because ihey act so gantly (no purging or Erlplng) yet so thoroughly LAXATIVES i are boot for the children as well as i ihe grown-ups. 2So. A boi your druggist's. ;