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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTBRTDGE DAILY ITISRALD Partly because cocoa beans used for Lowney's are selected from the very finest beans to be found in the tropics. These beans command high prices. We pay them, Partly because beans, after thorough cleaning, are care- fully roasted to bring out the full, rich flavor of the finest cocoa" brans. The process demands rare skill and experience. Partly because beans from various tropical sections are combined and ground into an exquisite blend. Partly because excess cocoa butter is removed, the cocoa powder is reground and sifted through silk. This insures a fine powder that gives up its rich flavor more quickly -than would be possible with a coarser powder. Because is impossible to get finer flavored beans than you will find in Lowney's. Because it is impos- sible to blend, roast and grind these beans with more experienced skill or greater care than we use at our factory in Montreal. Lowney's Cocoa gives -you the very best flavor that the finest cocoa beans can yield. It simply shows you how cocoa ought to taste. Sold by grocers. In 1 Oc to 50c sizes. The Bert Way toTMake Cocoa Mix two even lablcspoonfuls of cocoa with two of ,cgar AdJ X of gradually two cups of boiling -water. Sat to a smoolli Boil 5 Add cups (not boded) milk. beat with an egg-beater until frothy. The Walter M.. Lowney Co. of Canada, Ltd., iVIontrea Showsyou how cocoa to taste. BRANDON MAR'S PERILOUS TRIP WESTENER, BACK FROM FAR NORTH to make a camp and followed later himseif. Terrific Snowstorm Konr hours after he left the vessel CRANBROOKCAMPAIGN TO CLEAN UP CITY WELCOMES WILBY The Pathfinder is Making Good Time in the Mountains Chicago Authorities Make Hundreds of Arrests in Disorderly Hpuses "NOTICE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS 'All of assemble al Ocl. Dili p. cei'ioii of II. H.. II K. and R. Chicago, Oct. .1. Various move- ments that have met with some sue- cess in attacking vice conditions were given impetus yesterday when' tigalors. k W. U'uyman, slates atlor-1 Hundreds of warrants will Cranbrook, n. c., tlct. 3.- W. Wilby, the Canadian llighway as- sociation pathrmder, arrived here this evening at seven o'clock. A dele- gation of Cranbrook citizens in live antomohiles went out to meet the travellers and escorted them til town. .Mayor llowness. Thus, Cavcn, r. W. 1-1. Wilson, seeiTlary of the au- tomobile club: llalsal, secretary -of the board of trade Hi-urge Ho- Small, .1. H. McCallum, J. R. McNnbb, .1. M. liillis, E. Dcanc, T. Christian, A. McDonald, .1. Hates anil W. S. Santo were in Ihe party. Mr. JIcNahb piloted the party hack to town for dinner in the Craiibrook hotel. Mayor llowness wel- comed the pathfinder to Cranbrook, and others spoke, W. H- Wilson speaking oi the keen interest the peo- himself as greatly surprised of arrests were made. The resorl 'at: the excellent condition of the roadsii keepers arresicd were released on through tile Pass. He left Frank and ordered to appear in the S lunching at Michel, passing! municipal conrt tomorrow. Ferine'.it ten minutes to three. Thai; Eight other arrests were made ycs- nart of the road between Klko aiid.terday hy federal detcethes working iat-ai force. .___ persons, a Woman not seen finer roads. -Mrs. Howccssi resort keeper anil seven alleged white .resented, in a neat liUle address, slaves, were, .put on a Xew York" trai- is clui-Rcii by the federal invcs- ney, and his lirst assistant, K. Marshall, went before the munici- pal courl with innic tlntii 2UU war- rants lor Ihe arrest of disorderly rc- t he law. Oltieers arc serving Ihe war- sort keepers and other violators oi rants at once. States Attorney Wayman that he means to up every dis- orderly resort in C'ook county and to banish every immoral character from Iiis jurisdiction. The undertaking ers of- buildings and rental aiicuts who handle the property occupied by i 1000 .UTcsts are expected to be made in the crusade. States Atlor- Wayman notilied thc police cup- today of his plans, and demand- tains oa o I that iiolireinen lie in readiness, to [serve tlic, warrants. WHY TAFT FAVORS SUPREME COURT ADVERSE RULING ON PANAMA CANAL WOULD BE LESS GALLING TO AMERICANS metropolitan city .Serial ri SYNOD OPPOSED SCHEME PRESBYTERIANS OPPOSED THE CENTRALIZATION OF MIS- SION WORK AT TOR- ONTO part of the road between Klko and. tcrday hy federal d Cranbrook came in for special praise.! simultaneously with In all his three thousand miles he had j The eight arrested i not seen finer roads. -Mrs. resort keeper :md s .resented, in a neat liUle address, j slaves, were, .put on u he pathfinder with a Cranbrook pen-I Ins t in charge of detectives tin- .......lirimation of- the'; lhal sun innt. The parly leave in the morning j der George C. Craft, assistant super- i( minion funds of i in a confused cdudition or Creston, expecting to reach Nel-j intcndenl of the department, Ol jus-1 irw-ls declared .that the The Times asks: son'Saturday. F. V. Haney, of St. lice of Mew York The women ioll would "Would not tho'diff i Roo CilL'. llf'fori1 illC ICllCl'llt (TCeUm i .1___ in Mir> I- London, Ocl. another nu-s- SIIKO tllrousll ibe Times correspondent on Ihe I'aniinia dispute. President Tal't explains-that, his proposal to bring thc mailer before thc Supreme Court was preferable, becauso an ailvcrso de.- cision would lie less sailing lo A men- cans than an arbitration award, and j On-ill llrllain would still not lose her leant risbi In demand arbiiralloa. In an editorial, the Times considers 1'resUlent Tilfi's cxplituatioil very snl- isfncloi-y, as removing npprchension lhal an appeal lo Supreme Court I'-rsbvtciHn was bolus offered as a substitute for n 17 VOtedi the right of appeal to the llaRUO, but .1 leaves tire whole mallet Cathari THREE LIVES TO PAHENALTY THREE BROTHERS WHILE DRUNK CAUSED DEATH OF MAN THEY ASSAULTED will-be taken before the.......... iury in NTew York pursuant to an in- vestigation into :m alleged vice trust with headquarters in N'ew York and Chicago. Two Chicago hotel-keepers were served with subpoenas by I'. W. Marshals. A number of' other ar- rests will be made today, it is said, by federal officers umier Charles De- woody, chief investigator in Chicago for tlie department of justice. Deme- trio. Mariana is under arrest in New iamamat ion would "Would not the'difficulty bo fur- u. K.I. life-of the synod hy tlier aggravated In the event of the taking away its personal contact with supreme Court upholding the validity tlie work of the. church, and thai the 0S President Tuft's reading of the Hay- hnal effect of the whole movement lor j treaty, and Ihc- llnguo Yrnrlt in t.olirt give a contrary The Times, tlBrel'Ore. still hopes that the President will agree to direct refernc'e to the Hague should diplo- macy lie nnabK; to solve lht- difii- llllill eneci Ol Hie the centralisation of eliurch work ii Toronto would be bureaucracy in stead of Prcsbytcrianism. S., Oct. 4.-Tbe.''thrce Graves brothers, accused of the mui- der oi Kenneth Lea, were last-night found Kuilty and sentenced to hang .111 January 15. next. ,U.n -lunc last the three brothers, Alfred and Har- rv Graves came along the road near Port Williams, singing and swearing and half intoxicated. They were ask- ed to desist hy Kenneth Lea as tney his house, and stopped m front thereof- Finally Lea said that they did not stop he would shoot. They 'came on Lea's grounds and in a ncas which followed one of the men truck him with the butt of a gun mil as he did so the gun was charged and Lea was so badly wound- ed that he died two days afterwards, t came out at- the--trial that one oi he men had threatened to kill Lea. The three Graves were arrested and ricd for murder. A change oi venue was made from Kentvillc -to Anna- .olis in order to get an unbiased i- Thc trial continued lor three lav's before Chief Justice Townsend and last night the men were lound guilty oi murder. ARE BURNING UP SOILED DOLLARS BIG STACK OF. MONEY DESTROY- ED AT OTTAWA-HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS York and held in default of hail, charged with being a men-'bor of the York Traffickers as- sociation. Systematic, interchange of women between New York and xChi- Contracts l.ave teen let for a u4- Ijed hospital at Coboure. Waterloo town council will ask the courts for an account of receipts and expenditures of the Berlin and Water- loo street., railway since lilOT, when culty. GORED BY A BULL Cohourg, Out.. Oct. street., railway since the svstem was taken over by thc city j Nellsen, well-Anown farmer, was goi- Oj I cd by a mad bull nnd seriously Injured. Were Picked' I'p In the meantime the N'cptune cam in and after being, caught In the ice1 was driven through Ihe inlet and; _________ i a terrific snowstorm came up and j twenty miles out to sea before a ter-, drove the ice inland. The vessel was rinc KaiL. which carried ice and all CAPT. HENRY TOKE MUNN. WELL I ,lUl ufu.j tlll. time. The j with 'it. Having reached their KNOWN WESTENER, BACK I second'time the ice closed, tivc point, which was not thc same! 'and she failed to rise and was crush-1 as of Capt. Jlunirs parly, ed amidships like an eggshell, sinking returned and picked them up. j thirty-five minutes. The men Had not the Neptune come, along Winnipeg, Sept. II. T. aboard got the boats nvvay with the intention of some 'ol there was such a blizzard blowing.; n lvt.rc on the shore side, Menu, formerly a well-ki uf llramlon, and for a time a resi- c'ent of Winnipeg, who was in charge of the. gold seeking expedition which I wenC to P.allin's Land aboard or drifting out to sea as the lead Meiiiuer ;tmi in llie it-e, bus a't-iv frnln t .liiiin's. lie and irs bv -'I uckv" ;'nd his party i ship a tuiic, wliir'uijluim oi thc accident and then made aboard got the boas nvvay w te nenon o so o weeks' provisions and luckily landed to have tried to come south on thc ice on thc shore side, although! [ourteeu hundred miles in whale boats ril the hound on u o( the AL- as the water opened up. Capt. Munn was enthusiastic in hisi praise of the generosity of thcKcottj ..iju..... I...V w. party in taking on the members of I their ship j the ice widened immediately i.iler thc tljs as it meant seriously dis- i-.i in Toronto! sinking oi the vessel. jcommoding thc members of his own 1 cwloundland.i Found Food Supply i expedition. bronchi i Those who had been left with- thei The excitement was not all over ai- his party tmp B messenger to advise Capt. ter the Neptune started south, either, Captain Munn said. She ran ashore in a strong gale in Cumberland Gulf, hut it was at dead low water, and hack to 1'ond's Inlet, l.e Iv and 10.11-1 lu Alsrrine in tin- lion i-ii .ieclivi', l-o do l.ui v, .-i' i'T the ic nioic In- sent a i.vrr Ihe ic mission to! their way iiitiiin Munn i where he 'ioincd ihem. They then i'ond's Inlel j made the discovery that they were: as the tide rises fourteen iccl they with ihe only supplied with three weeks' pro- floated without damage. of them-visions for iwenty-fuur men. C.nplain Munn is IhinkiiiE of makii.g the was u government' cache ol food thir-jthc. trip again next spring with ahnn- a lead iv miles up thr inlet, hut il was nolj ilred ton schooner, which he will al- i-iied -i posi- known how much food it contained so: low lo remain in the ice over the iiis oh- he and a parly made a trip with winter and prospect the following iriinsl ihe iiiiiils'aud dogs. They found there was'spring. Anything h-.ll placer gold, was a year's supjily, bui Ihe. Weather he-, he declares, cannot be handled out of came so rough' they could not sct: thai, country, as it is so iiard to set back at once.' ships in. Ottawa, Oct. department of finance has been burning up mucl monev of late in the work or cleaning up the currency. The circulation hab been rid of a very large number o bills this year. The figures of th, ahow a large increase n the number of dirty bills turned u aad destroyed, nurliiK Hie year 1911-12 there wer destroyed in, one dollar bill and J5.6M.615 in twos. This year the cleaning process has produced much greater proportionate results. During Ibe period from April SO to August III, 1911 ihers were'destroyed in ones, and in twos. Dur- ing iho corresponding period this year there have been cancelled and destroy- In ones, and in twos. The old bills are redeemed at Ihe offices of the district receiver general in Halites, St. John, Char- lolt-iiown. Montreal. Toronto, Winni- peg and Vancouver. They are mutil- ated, and forwarded weekly to the comptroller of thc currency. The bills are then examined, checked, bundled, re-checked by the audit branch and then burned. LODGE NINETY YEARS OLD Torr.nla, Ocl. Irving has been years a member of Andrew's Masonic lodge, which celebrate HH 00th anniversary next Tuesday. HE of us realize hcnv much salt we eat. The fact that we put salt on all meats and vegetables bread, cake and and sauces- butter and the importance of using an absolutely pure salt." SHE we are using WINDSOR SALT and no one could make me believe there is any better salt in the whole world than my old standby ;