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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JO rufi iE i nets. AM OcfoDci1 .Mil, r.m The World Has Out Grown Silent Pianos If your piaim is nol you with Jlusic.. IT vou ami ilie iiiciiilicrs fo your hun- ily canripl'play it. ilii-n yon have not g'ol flie pi'ano vo'ii should have. Von an- losing more tlinn you can (-stimuli1 hy not it at once for a piano ol' the present day. The Pianola Piano Pianolas enst I'rom to '.'ian.ola-Pianos cost from and up. Instruments, taken in exfhmise as imrt payment. Kasy payments on the oalalteV. Fprio'Iit Pianos. and and up. Mason Risch Ltd. Pianos HOME OF THE VICTROLA DOMINION BLOCK CO-OPERATE TO PRESERVE PEACE PHTis, Oci, of miiln- loimnee of in l.he Balkans WHS strengthened today by assurance the Roveruinem that Austria-Hungary was ready tu join tu any concerted iu-tion ui the jtowcri to prevent hostilities. Austria's attitude in the crisis has not been clearly defined and her declared de- cision to act in accord with the other powers is in diplomatic cir- cles as ii powerful factor hi averting war. Premier Raymond Poincaire told his colleague ai a meeting ofth-o KrtMieh ctihlnei today that the pro-1 grain of ilie powers was in the first j 'place- to mMce every effort to a-vuhl j a war; secondly, to localize the .wirr I If H should break out. and thirdly to assure lit uuy event Uie, maintenance of existing territorial conditions. CAUSED DEATH OFARYESTER Grill Cafe At 4.10 5th Hi. S. 2 doors jioiili of -.Morris Theatre- For the Bc.sO.lenl in the flity. The Culinerv .Department under See our Popular Priced 'ileim. AFTEJKXOOX TEAS OYSTKKN on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best' Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him. ROOSEVELT MAKES CLEAR GUT DENIAL SERIOUS CHARGE PREFERRED AGAINST STOREKEEPER IN A SASKATCHEWAN TOWN Carlyle, Sank.. Oct. Po- lice are dragging the cdnnti-y for Sol- omon Rose, storekeeper, "of- Lamp- mail, wanted on the c.lwrg-s of cans- ing the 'death of a harvester, Mc- Leort, of. Halifax. N.8. U is thought Rose IB by now well south of the ln- iernationnl line, and deBi'rlptlini- hns been -wired to American Chiefs of po- lice. .McLeod-and another-harvester. IX Noble MclJomsa! wer? obstreperous in Hose's store, on Sept-ember last. and it is claiiiied that -MeLeod wiv tide TO Mrs. Rose, provoking a dis pute, which" ended In Rose slrikin; MeLeoti over the. head v.-uh a ham mer, inflicting injuries from whir lie died ten days later. The night be- fore last a .coroner's jury pnt th- j bin live on Rose, but be had disappear- ed as soon as it became apparent that Jlcl-eod would die. THE WESTERN COMPANY OFFICES IN AMERICA. SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD ON THE WITNESS STAND BEFORE SENATE, COMMITTEE AT WASHINGTON -Washinjiton. Oct. nsked no man to con tribute tu ilie campaign was President of the United Stales, ant! 1 .wish to reit- erate that -Mr. Bliss and Jlr. Cortelyoii iissnrefl'me-that no promises liad as ft return for any con- tribution. -Neithev they nor anyone eise. having authority, asked me to ftf'i of refrain from acting in any mat- ter while I was President, because any i 1-onirilnition had fceeii made or wlth- Ilield.' "gentlemen, could 1 put LOCAL BUDGET' t A. SO 512 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge TRACKBUYERS PAY THE BEST PRICE That is What Farmers at Cardstpn Report Cards-ton, Oct. Y. Card. secretary or the ('ardsion Board ,cf Trade, and president of liie Harris Laud Co., of (.'arllston, !n cou- grain. They arfe ottering a price but fanners say they are not pra- pared to handle- big satls- tnctorily. There are about live orders on the books for bin these, will In1 iui-rj mediately filled, k is expected tiie grain will average a'uom .to. 2. Curd-! rartiston ivill doubt harvest j of the best ami largest crops in I versation with the HeYiihi corrgsuoml- her history. ent. slirtecl that tliste''had bee'w no j Heports from the Cochrane rnncli serious complaints i'li! respect to Hire ami tool roiinlry are very optiin- yet, nntl he did no't Think time istic. The Herald man paw a sainpK' for some time .nt least. "There had just arrived from '11111- ..rc sn many cars loaded with freight ilmt was well worth the best cimiiiiE into' Cardsfol? all :ihe time." I Rra'-Je, amf it got !i ni a-local Brain Toth. Case Adjourned. dealer. The Cochrar.r. ranch district The Harry Toth compensation case j of s the farmer's Uvill also harvest ir .gainst the .G.P.-R.; jos contiuned rhls ]ook fQr n mn_ gestioii far som-e thitt> at least." Judge .Winter, after heai-ing.-niWiriDhliL'evIdehee.'afl- JoufnBd: the case, purpose :of giving.His Honor, ait ;opporiunity. of visiting. to >Kiiniiiie Toth, who js.couiinea in tho asylnin'there. Cadets" and Mounted Police Rehearsal About 1'onr o'clock yesterdav after- noon the school ov- "The grain in the Cards ton district is good. There are ahdut'three thous- and bushels marketed'every day.' The tracli buyers seem to be doing a flour- ishing business. They are giving the farmer a belter price t.han that offer- was (li is heavy, and nipped by )ho The ivry little of' it j frost. A large; ianiity of cats is also being ihreau-j Rd. The country west and north is cerhunly growing in wealth and im- portance, ami if people only luul s niili'oud th-ey would have one. of ilie best districts in the province. This is the only drawback, ;iml it will he er one Iiuiidred bbpjimction I ed at the elevators. Wheat sold three to live asu to track buyers n serious one during the market ins and milling arms is netting ibe farm-1 season.. All of the Brain will ol ne- er from five with the n. X. W. II. "P. royal escort, j above numbering fonrteen meii, periiiteudenl Wilson and West, .Jlliyor Hatch, and other facinties they have to: more! nmn. turned out for parade rehearsal, l preparatory to the vjsit of H.R.ii. the liave to Ite transported ovt'r- liere is one I land hy learn, ivlilch is a very heavy j complaint the fanners ara making I and lirolonged task. the ilmt is ,ile poor with Su- nine (.ents ov et prk.e_ gentle- r handling 'the j In these words, Col. Theodore Roosej Duke -and Duclress of velt snniinai-ized'his testimony todayi piineeap Patricia, next Wednesday. I at the close the first pan of his The rehearsal thoroughly siuis- bearing Clapp committee, fo I in every way. TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENT Senate investigatins campaign j Saskntuon, Oct. sentence of j funds-. An Ontario M.P.P. Visitor years' imprisonment imposed! Mo was to continue in the witness R. T. M.P.P-, of Hail- npon. .leffrey Garland, by Mr. Justice j chair when jrhe committee resinned eybury. Out., and ntrmher for Temis- Erown today, on the jury's verdict, after Innciieon.' The Colonel specifi- kaming, visitor in the city yes- piven night, which established cajiv denied thai he ever asked forjletday. lie was accompank'd by.Dr. lha: tise accused had committed man- (ohtrihtitions lo ttis campaign; R- X. Shillineton. nf CalMitry. former- slauzhter. j fund, 'or that had knoa-ii of any i ly of I.ethhTidse. Tliis is R. T. .Slill- contribiinon by .1. P. .Morgan. lingion's first trip to Western Canada. A Musical Family j To these nnetiuivocal statements.'! and he- is pleased with "Do you ]iiay any instrument. i Col. Koosevelt siatt.-d thiu lie'this piovince. liolh hrothers are i had ordered the return to [hi- linoivll in sport circles in the "Yes. I'm a corneii "And your t ''She's a pianist." your MB "And yotir ]'al "lle'R a Your Sunday.; Dinner at the ervice Cafeteria Dinner from 11 to 2 and 5 to 7 o'clock Chicken a la Reine 5c. Celery en Branch. IDc. Indian Rciisii, 5c. Consomme Princess Sc. Green Olives. 10c. Chow Chow. 5c. BoMed Ssirri'on. 15c; Kollanclcls- Sause 15 Baked Halibut, Espaghola, 15c. Cnicken Fricassee. Green Peas, 30c. Sirloin Steafc. Aux Champignons, 25c. Oyster Pities, a la Roulette, 25c. Baked ffiscaroni au.Grr-tin, 5c. and 10c. Breast of Lamb 15c, Prime Ribs of Beef, su jut, 20c. Young Turkey. Jelly, '-5c. 'Stuffed Spring Chicken. Giblct Sauce. 30c. LARGEJAMILY Tells How She Keeps Her For Those Who Take Her Advice. Oil Co., of any' contrilmtions ii Kast. hariiifr played rusty for several Don't Hide them w Remove them with Drug (ii jiiue-dnultln uniformly ith a the Veil: new ro- clear hpnutiriil oomiiU-: U is sold liy .1. Hi- Co.. I.irf.. >.indor an sun rani eo 10 rnimv if it. fails. Iion't hiiU; your nn- rior a veil; sot nn nr.nct> ni and remove.ihem. Kvcn thft use will show :i improvement pnino ol enrirely. It is harm- less, nnd raiinot iii.Mir? the most tender skin. Ho to sialt the double- streuRtli ofiiiiiu; il is this is sold on tin- money gnnr- .1. !X HiRinliailuini X- Co.. LU! u Imve inad i assured hy RooseVflt did not i-nriiorasions hRil rfinii itmt Unit Ke am) jmhlishH stiiiem-f-i ways Ri-knowlfriend Mini. sjiecififd tint no sm-h coi had t-v.-r been n'nair.e.! i t j In UiOi: (hat he had I SPHSOHP the Ottawa Hough Kid' George li. Corlelyou j -Mr. Shillingtoii .alsti Ian., en- -only that h.; knew cf no I ilni.tiiiaMi: iio'-kev f.ui. and n inwnber Hirh ami tluit he did lot" the Ottawa clMVexp't-ntive not iJcUvvu t'oriclyou or ha.-! i-ral yonrs._ lip' wa's a" drussist. in O'i-i a conirilmtion irom John I jwa. and marie j H. or any by; Cobalt 'silver mines.' MP._ has "iXvu'-o j any meihodt: of extortion. -fleered for tit-uv ilia-' J -fo Battery -Notes- ill liifi 1ft-} AU'iho hordes riniiiin-il sal- iiad antl vehear-s.'il have .'ii-obn spcured, t bin :is thcugh'thp llattcry nhiitioiifi' w011''' heitcr mounis ihi-n ever before. One member of Cardston's Exhibit The Ci'.rdaton district exhibit, nt ihc Ury-Farminp; Congrens will he hum- mer. H will be a credit to Uiis j thriving and enterprlsins; coinniuniiy. E. Barker lias full charge ot it. ant! for months ami months ho has been gathering stuff for the display. The j result, is one of the finest and mot; vji-ried collections of products i thai lias been our pleasure to see lor] some lime. -Mr. Barker Is iiarticular- j ly adapted lo Idnri of worK, show- ins 'i marked ability for piibiit-iiy ad- Vcrnrn vertisiiig. in an exhibition popi way. iln has. been connected wh-ii j (his class worn all his life, and 's thus f-apitblfi of it in u way tim that- musj necessarily lii'ins miccess j f.cs? and appveriution. He believes in i as (liEirici. also, and iliis is a.double v son why-he is so an.xioiss ;o Ca si on ifc.iil. -Mr. HarUer assisted by the secretary of Meant of Trade, .1, V. Card, who is French Ptas. lOc. Stewed Tomatoes, 5c Sugar Corn 5, ,3sgo Custard, 5c, and Asserted Piss, Sc.and 10c. per cut. ROYAL PARTY AT A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Edward Kennedy, of Mertden, Con-' years old. was advised by her to Dr' MartetPa Fem-Tic Piils, she did so with won- derfvi .-csi'iu. Thoiisancis of others spy the same. 20 years the Eiat.tM'-d. nt yr.iit- KUiigtstion that Hi would the favors. llti Thp i'lumii rived will h is eominc; from Turin, Scotiviile. Mich. I Want to tell you how much good LydiaK. Pinkham'sVeg- !e Coin pound and Sanative Wash have done me. I live on a farmandhaveworked very h I am fori.j hve years'old, and am the mother. UL" utiiteeii chiiuren. j Main people think I has to ]lis it strange that JIra_ wjn ,n 00 i tllis w'ntcr- uuf ''Jr- the fam- :ifier a holiday. D.ninp Hy, but I tell thorn of ,m> goocl friend, in the south Mr. Card Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com-! charge H.C.; Oct. 4.--The of Vernou, rpinior iiTltlitione from Hw surrouiMiliiR (lisrrii-1, greeted tt'.o HIR Dnclipss of Conniiiishi .-iml I'rin- Pnn-if-ia ivilh fit' as -ho irain ;o ;v sttip ar nine o'elnr-1; tnis nnd ihoir, INsii nlislitt'd. The town Thoma b-einjr -ably j is decorated wiih flHjjs, bunting.: jicvinii irni: nnd flowv-vs, of j tUni i- the fruit i HovirotF. and frnirs on arch of welcome. The'guard of [i Coimuhii, under command Col. llott. this scrrion of i achs and bearing down paina for them if aflini-iiRrniririn lhe BaM uSiii your wonderful medicine." JOHNSON, Scottville, Mich., R.F.D.-3. Lydia E. Pinkham's Com- ponrd.-made from native roots and herbs, contains no or hitnnful drugs, find holds the record of Wing Ibe most 'successful remedy for woman's ills known. OTIS art1 1-eini: eirculaied in St. iha: the Oiuiv.-a anihorities n s-J'W'ce on ihe I.oa- in i- i-'rie raihvjiy. London oily council refused t.o rnt- Inil round IJOOSICM- cf the llvt-st kind. Briilsh f'ohimbli: bfiiu-- r.hmvn in the iry tin- hclr-t- or ihe bloek fardston at Iha Cnujirc'ss. i display of pwirs. nnnns. primps, i :is a city hall she. if i lie Card-H.-irris Wn back aches just above :hc waiit-Iinr. BKWAKE! That i: Nature's liautit-r the. sure si sin of Heed Maeys Well Kasily done- w'uh Dr. Clara's Swr.-t Nitre Tilto. .ire the pills that work dirtily (.n ific kidneys and urinary orgaiis-aRVi-t iif> other hcnltiiy tlic wlmle urinary im.-j, whence: so. inany nrisi-. Use. ihom willi mn- wilt he healthier than you ever we're. everv'whero cr rriailed dirrci. of the l.Ptbbridge Oflief pound, and that there wilT bo no back- Karl Harris, another son of the lat> K. Harris, loft this morning T I'mvo. TMah. v.hero he will enter the r'Tijflnni Ydiins for the winter. A GREAT Richard Inokins after his hud forty ai'j-es in fall on his farm of the The average yield an aero and a poriion oi field went M bushels td the acre. Y DS. 30 SPILLS SOc A BOX ;