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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Tuesday, October 1, 11m THE LETIIttKIPGE 'DAILY HEJEt ALii The Grill Cafe At 410 Si. S, 2 doors north of 'Morris Theatre Serves a Special >UCK INNER D! Tomorrow, Wednesday. 40c GAS SCHEME IS, NOTiPRACTICABLE CONTRACTOR DRISCOLL SAYS BOW ISUND GAS COULDN'T WINNIPEG i_____ Calgary, Oct. the practicable, Mr. 0riscb.ll. states thai I lie gas is in the How Island field in sufficient supply a city the size of Winnipeg and several oth- er cities ii they were not so tar from the field. "It is the distance anil the amount of handling that would make the idea he said. "There is doubt about the gas being at Bow Island in sufficient quantities il Winnipeg was only nearer the field." Mr. Driscoll has been the pipe line from Bow Island to.Calgary piping 01 uaUil gas to Winnipeg fQr K011to time, past and is in the city from Uow Islnil is an impracticable OJi way After a proposition, au'tthat could not vacation there of n tew months he be supplied Ihcity of Winnipeg at will return to Calgary to lake up Iho rates' quo4 by the represents- other contracts'in this locality and of the Chjury syndicate, who. all through Alberta, made the propiition to tho Winnipeg' city council, istJbc-opinion of T. Driffoll, chief jjitractor on tiie big pipe Hue from tow Island to Cal- gacy for the (nadian. Western Na- turcl. Gas, Heal and Power company, and man with whom the .lames 0. 'trcoran company had (he suljcontradiSr part of that b Mr. hay spent PREFERS DEATH TO LIFE IN MONASTERY Vancouver, B.C., Sept. Cortys, an Italian, aged 14, whose par- ents live at Mprrissey, early toilay from Pairview Monastery, in ie I wnere recently she was tlie' seilt While returning ts on the Ameri- JTOJCCt. ;ast ,SO years oil uud natural business an-ife considered'one of the foremost; wwt :an continent. "It is one ot ft 'most impractic- night on the steps of a home, her piti- able proposition! ever heard of in 'r-1 the K.IS Mr. Driscoll. is impracticlo supply Winnipeg witli gas at thalrice from How la- land, and it is impractical to pipe the tlugar. In handling Hie gas you mils-consume a certain lier cent, of it and there is ;i certain per cenltast, and in tckingi it to Winnipeg, Svould haic to he liandled four or times and you would lose practjlly-Lhc entire ca- of the at Bow Island. The idea, to inyfiid, is wholly im- practicable." Although the idea iui- from mass she, slipped away from the ranks. She wandered over to North Vancouver, and was on the street, all day without fqod, and was found to- fill cries attracting people. They com- municated with police officers, who are returning her. tn the monastery to- night. She declared she vwould end her life rather than be forced to live at the monastery. TO BUILD .CHINESE RAILWAY? "London, Oct. Brussels des- patch to the Dally Mail says that a contract was signed on Saturday for a loan to China liy a Bel- gium syndicate. This -money will be expended on the extension of the Kai- fpng-Hononfu railroad into Kansu. HIGH FIGURES ARE BEING Property in Macleod is Boom ie Looked for Macleod, .Sept. O'Cnonor, c out motor, was a visitor today, on hU way north to interview the railway company and govoTiunent, as to se- curing further contracts Tor grading uoj'tb of UKJ river. Mr. O'Connor has all blB outfit on the south Hue, where ho 'will complete work in throe weeks, and woul-d rather move across river north, be could work nil winter; atao be on the ground at the opening of Kprlng, Uiue avoiding long or delays In beginning the work io the spring. It would also mean muoh to Macleod to havfe this payroll and supply account nil winter. Strange visitors in town during th'e past few days, have had little to a ay. Since- their departure it (iB learned they look an.option on a. large amount of property ou Water street at good prices, and the tju-SBtion la H for a railroad depot? General real estate deals are going on. One hundred and twenty ueres east of the town, and joining the In- dustrial Place subdivision, sold for per aero. It will be subdivided, ready for the spring sales, The Stevens Hvury stable property changed hands at a price satisfactory to the administrator of the estate, cash, to a syndicate of capital is tii. This is one of the best livery, businesses in the country. Part of the Wilson estate changed hands at a price not 'before reached for property In that vicinity. The prico at present is not made known. Twenty thousand dollars was offer- ed for a house an-d lot. on Third' av- onue and refused. This property is eoneid-cTed one of the best corners in Aiacleod, and several tempting offers have been made for it, without effect. Hotels report reservation already being made for accommodations for the Duke of Connaught's visit en Oct- ober 3, Preparations are now TT should be your aim to dress impressively and yet tastefully. You should also aim to do this at least possible out the sacrifice of any value what- ever. To wear FIT-RITE Tailored Clothes is to achieve all this. newest fabrics and.the newest features of all good tailoring are to be found in FIT-RITE garments. FIT-RITE Clothes cost you no more than ordinary clothes, but their appearance and r service value compel your admiration. BUCHAN THE MEN'S MAN 406' Fifth Street South Bryan getting into shape, nearly all materials are on hand, the various bodies .are drilling constantly, and all sho'uhl ' when the grand parade passe party, E. McNeill, of Standoff, reports his wheat -averaging -ffi huahels to the acre, arid spring wheat 37 bushels tc Ih-e acre; grade No. 1-Hnrd. The annual anuiversary of tho lletb odisi Church will be held last Sunday in October. Special services be held on the above Sunday. The ladies and choir will put on a norel The People of Should Investigate These Statements 1 Every item on our menu is strictly first-class quality, cooked by the best chef in Alberta, and can look a pure food inspector straight in the eye 2 We guarantee to give you more of this high grade of food for your money than any other hotel or cafe in the city The service is the quickest, You help yourself, so it serves you right" The Self-Service Cafeteria Basement Dominion Block, Opposite the Court House We give somebody a meal ticket free every may be you H. S. Reid, of the Elite Cigar Store, won free ticket on Friday with receipt No. 2227 Will pereon holding receipt! No. 2551 and 2837 for free ticket MR. WOOBHOUSE MAKES A REPLY HE DIDN'T. SAY STIRLING WOULD BE DIVISIONAL POINT ONLY A "JUNCTION" entertainment and lowing Monday. concert the fol- ALL ELEMENTS OF LOVE STORY COUNTESS ELOPES, MARRIEr. BP NEATH RANK AND RECEIVES PARENTAL FORGIVENESS Winnipeg, Oct: 1. Henry Wood- house, the Winnipeg representative otj the London. Financial TinMS, pointed out in connection .with the refutation of an Interview, "be h-id with Sir I Thomas Shaughiiessy while Sir Tho- mas was in Winnipeg, and which ap- peared in a dispatch from Lethbridge n connection witli the bi'itlge line, thai lie had never stated that Sir Thomas had said that Stir- ifng' wvjuld he a divisional point, but word ''junction." He mgfit emphatically" "rait crated-- the cor- rectness of the report or' his inter- view, anil said fiirtbiermoa the southern main line, vwquld not Li Lethhridge, and Sir Thomas bad plainly said so in answer to the' J x 1? SIZE OF TAFt'6 CLOTHING HANDICAPS MAKERS OF GIFT v Botton, Man., Sept. few stcretg at to tht iize of President Taft'i eiothlnfl hive been revealed in preparation! made by the city of Mhlden to him on Friday during a carnival at which there will be an exhibition, of the city's manufactured products. The president .wears a-number 54 iweatcr. It takes cize rub- ber booti to fit him. Further re- velations as to the presidential girth have been, averted by the, fact that the machinery' of the city's leading knitting mill 'has been found inadequate. It was proposed to make as a gift to Mr. Taft a set of the finest .underwear that could be fabricat- ed. Tli'ere machina in the shop that would serve the pur- pose. Therefore, It decided to make a sweater by no employees being -around who could make a shirt and other un- without machinery. itra'ight question put on this point. To the Free Press this morning, when shown the denial from Lcthhridge, Mr. Woodhouse had this to say "'You ask me what I have to say reply oi the denial of my interview witli Sir Thomas Shaughiiessy that appeared in your paper of the '20th iust., 1 can only say 'Nothing.1 t have seen no denial from Sir Thom- as, 'and until 1 tio I prefer to say 'nothing.1 The garbled telegram from Luthiiridge -which states thai Sir TJipmas denies what I never put into his mouth is not for me td contra.- j diet. If people will read my inter-' ev.Guessing Contest Extended (r BARGAINS "For bargains in farm lauds, impioml and unimproved, SEE GEO. ANGUS Room Sherlock Building DEALiifi AND PBACTICAl .FAHMM HON.A.G, MACKAY WROTE ADDRESS THEY KICK ABOUT ALLEGED THAT POLITICS CREPT INTO EDMONTON'S .CIVIC WELCOME London, Oct. an unsuc- cessful attempt, at elopement, suffer-! contradict I did not state. ing what practically was imprison-' I'1" fa'1h on Sir Thomas -the Silkslone Contest, try the mnrlts Of this beautiful .wall merit, making n dramalu; escape and' Shaughccssy as an upright Rcntlpmtm. coating, or enter their guesses as to dodging an angry father for a He made the statements I printed j the amount of money contained m I started for Budapest. The countess, j had trod on the toes of t who is now 25 years old, fell in love speculators. S several -years ago with Alfred Badcr. of interested thia ag uo ono [ia5 yet guessed the d Sir Thorn- exact amount of money in the jur. nnis, .'Stirling would be Until October RJ, therefore, any one o.iutn iiiiu ivi uuut: LI1C mill U11Q tucii; 11 in when the 'daughter insisted ami tried operating out oi Stirling. This makes to elope, he placed her-in an instilu-j the big junction un fait accompli. tion in Hungary and kept her under I a strict watch, but by the connivance! KIN-G'S PRIZEMEN HUMBLED of some servants the" girl and Hader wlirre she met and then to London, where they star.tlv in fear oi girl's father. Defeated in Match Saturday by Lon- don and Middlesex Crack Shots London, Sept. team compos- ed entirely of King's prizemen were came; ueiuen OI1 Saturday by a team of the London and Middlesex Rifle club by, pursuit by thej seven points, shooting being under the i King's Prise, first stage conditions, kept up .secret correspondence. The countess escaped in August by climb- ing a high wall and taking "to ihe forest she went first Munich, ponding number of guesses is allow- Note the Date Until October 31st The jar holds (ft-iti) nine-sixteenths of a gallon of wnter and it Is now filled with gold, silver, bills and copper. The money contained is less than five hundred doilnrs dress was 'prepared by Mr. Jiae, solicitor, Edmonton, n leading supporter of the late Minister of the Interior, assisted by Mr. A. G. Mac- Kay, of Liberal Oppo- sition iu the province of Ontarip." DOUBLE TRACK MAIN LINE Edmonton, Alia., Sept; ex- of references to the reci- procity pact read into the address pre- sented by this city to -the Duke of when here, the mayor, George J5. Armstrong, over his own signature, 'ftfi'i4.vessed tblg letter laat niiihi io the Edmonton Jourual: I attention bite becu directed to j a discussion which carried on i iu the newspapers with j the civic address from, the city t of Ed- monton to His Royal tne Governor-General, read upon of the visit of His Royal High-1 ness to this city. It would appear that I th-3 contents of this address was such j us to lead a great many Liberal news Vancouver, Sept are virtually completed for d pub le-t rack- ing of the C. P. H. between Calgary and the coast. J. U. Sullivan, chiej engineer of Western lines, is now going over the route with F F feed, engineer in charge. It is unaer stood thai work will studied in half a dofceii places next SMOKED St-riionws, tier husband would not. stop smokmt Jrs Helen BECAUSE tf bv A contract- living it, 191 Locnit tieet took a doae of Purls j-reen, which resulted fatally Mrs. Fleicher objected to her husband smoking, and a short papers to the conclusion that the Pity tjme agO he stopped the habit They shifted almost riailv Irom one seven shots each at 200, 500, atid and more than (50) fifty dollars. Buy smail hotel to another andvesterday COO yards. with A. V. Hutt and J two friends, as witnesses The team comprised Sergt. Fulton, [D your guess 5, thev were tne Queen's Westminsters, winner at once. You more quarts of aad at the Srinount of money may be the lucky win- The. Hank lias opened ;u llolaiuf. of Montreal will oi'en itsnnhiii. .Man. an A Privfif rultoii Jr.. this year's winner of ihr- Queen's Wcsf.minsters. fico. tor 4H yoara French Consul at. Quc., is dead. irnillc1 throuijli Hoo ciin- als G. F. STEPHENS CO. LIMITED WINNIPEG, MANITOBA SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE tiayr Hdw. Co. of Edmonton is In favor of the reci- procity proposals brought down by the late Federal government. So acri- monious an-d so widespread has tire discussion on this address become that 1 think it only filling that there should be some word of explanation from myself. When it was ascertained that it would be necessary to present n civic address to His Ttoyal Highness. I cast, iibnut. for some scholarly person to prepare a suitable address. With one icconl such scholarly persons as 1 ap- proached, begun to make excuses, and finally the choice fell upon certain gentlemen who undoubtedly have the iccessary scholarly qualifications, whatever other qualities they may lack. The address 'wns prepared and lantk'd to the city office just in time :o forward it through the proper chan- to Government House at Ottawa.. "1 glanced hastily over it and notic- ed A reference to 'wider nnd 11 view of the fact that. I had just rn- urned frcm the Panama conference at Calgary, assumed that any reference o an extension of markets referred to the opening of the Panama canal, the completion of ihe. transcontinental lines of railway, the establishment of corresponding steamship a gen- eral increase in trade with the Far East, and otherwise by means of the Panama canal.' "If it has been possible to read into this address any endorse tf on of th-e j policy of the la'te government, it ia a compliment to the skill of the I men who undertook Io propare the! I address. If surh n r-ip.dtuK was l tended by Hie gentlemen who un-iiar-j I address, no explanation IH fur-i tber neroapnry to staip the ail- out of .respect to her 'wishes On Monday, however, he pur- chased a package of tobacco, juul renewed his use of the and this led to words. The attendance of aii members is requested next regular meeting Thurs. Oct. 3rd By Order of Dictator Special business to be transacted. H. D. Donaldson, Secy. Hotel for Sale Cheap The best small town hotel In Alberfa for sale at a bargain. F, S. LEFF1NGWELL, Owner, Warner, Alberta ;