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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta A Woman's Appreciation of Blue Ribbon Products Is tho direct result of their purity, delicacy of flavor, and She knows niue lilhbon Products are suro to give tier complete satisfac- tion. Ask your grocer about the Ulue Ribbon guarantee. THE LKTliBKTDCiR DAILY -HERALD' TOOK 48 HOURS TO SENOJJESSAGE C P. R. Fell Down Badly City Extend Time on Bonds--Won't Pay Gillespie's Expenses If the city bonds are not sold this just Maine it on the olil C.P. It, 'I'hev arc' good lor it, and ii what the city fathers say is it is coming to them. Last Tuesday the .council alter much c'eliberat'iou, decided to extend to tliii Bank ot Nova Scotia one .week's option on the- still unsold.. Last Tuesday evening 'Man- ager McNeil'wired headquarters the details of the offer. Last Thursday, forty-eight hours aitec the message v.-as drspafched, it reached the heaii of the "firm. It "dirt not go by slow freight, and it was not delayed at the. local telegraph office, hut it took two for that message .to he "Hashed" across 'the continent. .So now .tho city can do nothing extend the option granted last Tues- day. The bank- asks for three days' extension, and under the circums.tono- MILADI f CITED "INO" Otflct, IHH The sweet, calm Kimslilnc of October now Warms the low spot; upon its grassy iiiould The purple oak leal' fulls; the birchen Drops Its -bright spoil like arrow- heads of gold. iiullen Bryant. October's child Is born for woe, And vIctflBlUldeu miiF.t know; Out lny Uio opal on her breast nd hope will lull those woes lo rest. Hostoss'is tomorrow: Jlrs. Malcolm Mrs. Alfrod Ii. McGuire (nee 1412 Fourth avenue South, will hold bar post-nuptial reception 'on Friday afternoon from four to six. and'in tha evening, from eight to nine. Miss Leila Glirko Is spending a week's holiday at her home in Milk Ilive-r. Dr. C. C; and Mrs. Cragg have as their guests the former's mother, Mrs. Crags, and sinter, Mrs. Siona, of Csl- gary. Kev. T. P. Perry will arrive homo to- morrow afternoon from vacation spent in the Euat. A. C. D. nlanehard, who has returned from au extended visit to the const, lias as. her liouse guest, her sister. Jlrs. Eyas, ot Pasadena. Mr. Fred lioso has gone to Calgary, wiiere ho will be in charge of the cus- toms' department for two Or three Clubs and Societies weeks, -while some of the Calgary ,taff ,-iro away on vacation. rs the city citn do nothing but graiil the request. Must Pay His Own Hill Jos. Gillespie, ex-chief of police will .have to pay the expenses, ,eft Mt morn. incurred by him for his defense m s-.l fl' e at. connect'ion with the no ice nivesuga- tibn. City Solicitor Ball, who was a meetim; of the Grand thai ler asked for his advice in the matter; 1 of the Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs reported that the city bail no legal i Lnfferty will be away the balance of liability to pay the Mil composed oi I the week. SGOO lawver's fees. witness' fees, and stenographer. The city char- Mrs. Thomas N. Johnston and MIES tcr makes no provision for Uic pay- ment of any bill other than those contracted by the. city in connection with any judicial investigation. It is generally understood that Jlr. Gillespie "was waiting for the decision i of the council in this matter befproj. ,'pho many friends of Jlrs. Al- .taking any action against the city. I 'wlH DO pleased to learn that she Further developments are expected js progressing nicely, and will scon along the lines o! a suit against thc'i to leave Gait Hospital, where Gwendolyn Johnston, who 'have been the guests the former's daughter. Mrs. 15. S. Jackson, Sixth avenue South, left yesterday afternoon for their home In Manotick, Ont. city as intimated by the eS-chicf some time ago. MURPHY IS NOT MEN WHO SUPPLY IN ROLE OF. BOSS TAMMANY LEADER COULD BUT HE WON'T DICTATE NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR PARTY FUNDS SOME GREAT SUBCRIPTIONS TO PROGRESSIVE FUNDS FROM MILLIONAIRES Syracuse, -Nr. Y., Oct. ptob- Ifim of' "unltossL'd" nominations by a' political convention more than three- fourt.lia of the membership oi which: is reputed to he in the control of one j man, Confronts the democratic party oi New York msetihg here, ill noon today in state convention. Tlie situation is unique, in that Charles V. Murphy, the Tammany leader, lias declared .that he will not Bfck to dictate the nomination for governor, although it has heen assert- ed that did liB so desire he could con- trol 400 oi the 500 m the convention. that the rcnomination of to lie improbable, fiiciKis of other aspirants for the first- place on the ticket arc presenting the claims of their candidates. Forc- r.iost among tliese are Congressman William Sujzcr, I.ieiitenanMiove'nior Thomas V. Coinvay, and Ex-Controll- er .Martin H. Olyim, the latter the selection for temporary chairman ot the convention. FOUND WILL OF LOUIS SIXTEENTH INTERESTING -DOCUMENT TURNS UP WRITTEN IN FAMOUS MONARCH'S WRITING Washington, D.'C., Oct. H. Hooker, treasurer oi the today told the Clapp committee in- vestigating campaign that Chas. IS. Urane, of Chicago, had contribut- ed to Senator I.aiollclte's campaign fund, and to ernor Wilson's fund sprior to the Hal-! tinipre convention, practically at the same time. William Klynn, of Pittshurg, testi- fied that he had personally contribut- ed 80 per cent, oi the money for Roosevelt's primary campaign iu Pennsylvania.- He. gave to the fund, of which was spent in Pittsburg. The total expenditures of William Flynn, of Pittshurg, in the 1912 pro- gressive campaign have been 300.29, according to a statement he gave today. MEN SCARCE FOR THRESHING CREWS WEATHER 15 FAVORABLE BUT UNPER MANNED OUTFITS PROVES A HAMPER she hae been confined tor the last two weeks. Mrs. David Donald -her guest her aunt. Airs. J. H. Donald, of Baker City, Ore., en route to Ontario points. The announcement of the appear- ance of the Shcehan Opera Company at the Majestic Theatre on October 10 and 11, is creating much enthusiasm among lovers of grand opera. The opera will, no doubt, prove an inter- esting event to society folk. Miss Rcas, of the staff of the GaU Hospital, left for Ont., on Saturday night, on receipt of s riies- saL-e that nor father was dangerously ill. A wire received later states that her father poared nway on Sunday, so that, unfortunately, Miss Ross would not he iu time to see him alive. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Lazier, of Ham-" iltcn, announce th-a engagement, of their daughter, Eleanor, to Mr. Dun- pan 0. Bull, son of the late 'Mr. BurUe H. Bull, and of Mrs. Bull, Hawthorn Lodge, Bramptonj Ont. Lord and Lady left Lon- don ahout ten days ago for .Glencoe. Their guosts were Mr. and the Hon. Mrs. Robert Howard, and Sir Jamos and Lady McGregor, Cclosay. This is Lord Strathcoua's first visit this _sea- son to the house he built some years aso, close to the ruined of the 'MccclonaKls, at the Pass of Glencoe, Paris, (let. llochcfort an- noi'iift'ii today that he has discovered tho original will 01 Louis Sixuenth, written entirely in King's own handwriting and dated "25 Dtccmtcre 1792, Tour Lemplc.'J The docu- ment, which is on the special paper WHS used exclusively by the oi France, shows that the sov- reign's hope-to escape capital sen-. 51100 was dearly established and in- icated his religious faith. ;Above the erov.'n Is n P. K. stating; M Jiat ihc document was ilonn in riupH-; 1 j-'ate. -M- Uocht'furt hased his views! IDII various and corrrrtions 'jind pivos ii as his opinion thai the] copy just luiintl is the uriainal, the other in Ihc royal archives, is the Winnipeg, 5Ian., Oct. wea- ther prevails all over the West, and drying winds have enabled threshers to make good progress in almost cv-, cry district.. Manitoba points re- cord an acute shortage of labor for' thrashing. Many outfits had complct-; ed thdr gangs bcfoie the long speH oi wet-came, but this so discouraged the men that numbers drifted lack to the cities to pet more steady work.; The railways have discontinued the one cent fares for harvesters and threshers, and this has to the labor shortage. Ii, is vital that threshing pushed as fast'as pos- sible, but with understaffed outfits in tnosi cases and lying idle for lack of men, the situation is not en- Threshim; returns show that wheat is pradir.it, and tvirn- hip; out (i'.iilc up to estimates except in some