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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta W�iliics�laT. October ft. 1012 THi: TlBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Great Question The property that will change the realty values of Lethbridge This Ticket The Time: Saturday, October 12 The Place: Dominion Square Who Gets the Lot ? DOMINION SQUARE Adjoining Adams Park. Facing new Galbraith School. Cluster Lights on cement base at the entrance of a fine Eighty-Foot Boulevard. Ample Building Restrictions. A splendid Site for your home. WATER, SEWER, NATURAL GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND STREET RAILWAY Immediately adjoin DOMINION SQUARE. Free Lot No. 91 Ticket Redeemable on Saturday, Oct. 12, for two car tickets at the office of MITFORD & COMPANY. This coupon to be detached by the Company in exchange for tickets. Free Lot No. 91 Ticket Exchange before going on car. MITFORD & CO. Be on DOMINION SQUARE Saturday, Oct. 12 at 1 O'clock Makes Someone Happy, Saturday, October 12th D o M I N I O N s Q u A R E Be sure and have your ticket ready-the correct number gives you the Lot This property is valuable because of the immediate accessibility of all city utilities Street Car Service City Water Mains Natural Gas Sewer Electric Light and Telephone Connections Park Churches Schools Stores Special Notice Many requests luive been made to purchase propert}'in l)()iiii]iion Square. We Avill be glad to talk tu you about this property. We will willingly take you out at any time. But we ninst absoltitely ret'us-e to sell any jiroperty Avliatso-ever. We must be fair to all and no property will be sold until it has been personally inspected bji^ tbe Citizens of Lethbridge. Tomorrow's papers will have a special notice. A prediction will be made by W. B. Mitford' Readit, then watch the immediate effect. The strong message to people of LethbJidge MITFORD & GO. Opposite Herald Open Evenings EDWARDS WAS SENT FOR TRIAL eye-opener man is out on bail on criminal libel charge Calgary, Oct. 0.-R. C. Kdwatds, editor of tlic Calgary Eye Opener, was committed tor trial yesterday al-tcrnoon at the police court, on a chargjc of criminal libel brought by 13. p. Davis, of Vancouver, which appeared in the issue of the Eye Opener of August S. Magistrate Sanders fixed bail at $500, or in sureties of $250 each. The hearing did not last more than an hour, and the feature was one or two arguments between P. J. Nolan, who appeared for R. C. Edwards, and. K. P. Davis, conducting his own case. Mr. Davis caused a slight suipriso by asking R. C. Edwards to go into the box and give evidence tor the prosecution. He asked the mag;lstrate to rule that the defendant go Into the! bo-x, even should he refuse to speak, j "He won't do anything o! the' kind," replied Mr. Nolan, jumpiag to, his feet. "I suppose he will if the magistrate i says' so ?" asked Mr. Davis. "I can say that Mr. Edwards will not go into the box even if the policeman should try and drag him In," was the reply. "All right," said Mr. Davis. "1 just wanted it to go on record that Mr. Edwards refused to give evidence." "That will not get you anything," replied Mr. Nolan. "Mr. i3dwards docs not refuse ; it is I who will not permit him to go into the box." The Restaurant and Fruit business known as the International Cafe, Lethbridge, Fixtures and equipment complete. Doing good business. Owner is leaving for Greece on account of war. Will sell cheap for cash. For full information see Cotaras Bros. & Co. Proprietors I I ROOSEVELT MAKES RETORT CODRTEOOS calls on wilson to PROVe'aL-leoations about the trusts Albany, N. Y., Oct 8.-Col. Roosevelt called' oil Woodrow 'Wilson last night either to prove or retract his statement yesterday in Colorado that the U. S. Steel Corporation "Is behind the third party prosTam in regard to the regulation of trusts." "As far is I know, the tatement has not the slightest foundation in facft. Mr. WUson has no business to make such statements unless he has the proof and if he has any proof, I demand that he make it public immediately. It he has not let Jiim retract his statement as the only manly and honorable thing to do." "As tar as I know the only big man connected with either the steel corporation or the harvester trust who is supporting me is Mr. Perkins. As fnr as I know all the others in both ihe iiteel corporation and llie Harvester Trust are supporting either Mr. Tait or Mr. Wilson." STILL ON CASE FOR THE CP.R. RAILWAY COMPANY ENDEAVOR-INQ TO PROVE THAT RATEa ARE FAIR TRIBUTION* eOMMimi �J EXPERT ADVICE IN TRADE SELECTION london council opens bur. eau to help children se-lect avocations Ottawa, Oct. 8.-At the moininK sitting of the rallwaf comminira in connection with tbe western lailwsy rates,inquiry, P. H. Chrysler, coua-sel for the C. P. R. continued bis examination of traffic manager, W. R. Mclnncs in regard to the reduction in the rates which have been brought into effect since 1886 but more particularly in recent years. This volume of facts and figures which is described as "Series A having been analyzed, Mr. Chrysler turned to another equally volumni-ous record designated as "Series B." It covers a comparison of rates in Canada with those of the United States. Counsel and witness quoted figures with the object of demonstrating that in many instances the rates charged by the C. P. R. in the west arc lower than those charged for similar distances across the border. Comparl-j son was made between standard mileage rates in the Saskatchewan and. Alberta provinces and Montana. Another between B. C. and Washington, another between the Pacific coast states. Peter Maddon, a Orinionn war vet- teran, who was nursed by Florence Nlghtlnga-le, is dead ut London, Hev. V, Wafer Uoyle, S.U., of Mont- Iroal, has been np'jiointed rector of the church of Our Lady, at Ouelipli. Freckle-Face New Remedy That Removes Freckles or Coats Nothing Here's a clianco MIsa Freckle Face to try a now remedy for freckles with the guarantee ot a reliable dealer that it wilt not coat you H penny unless it removes the freckles, while if it docs give you a clear complexion, the expense Is trifling. Simply got an ounce of othlne double atreh&th from ,1, D. Hlg-onbotham & Co. and one night's treatment will show you how easy It Is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get a beautiful complexion. Itaroly Is more than one oimco neodcd tor the worst amo. : Bo pure to ask for the double strength othlne as* this'Is the l;,only presuript.inii siold-under n ' l^uarantee of money back It It falls io rortjovo freckles. J, n. HIglubotham *. Co,, Ltd. I BELLEVl'K Uollovuc, Oct. 7.-Tlio Bellevue School Board are caUlng for tenders on the new school-building. Work win t>o comnienced early uo.\t week, uud it Is expected that by riiBhhiK the work, that the school will bo ready for occU'Pation early in December. .1. W. 'J'urneT, who has been a resl-dent of Bellevue for tbo past, year, has moved his family to Fornio, where he will reside In future. C. ai, O'Brien, JM.P.P., arrived hero on Fj'iday, ancT is spending a few days in town. .T, llaynor, of CranbrouU, who was formerly In the grocery bii.sliieKa bore, spent Sunday in town vlKl'ting with friends. The many frleu'ds ot Mrs. S.,lluml)!c! most a'ccovered from hor recent i will be plenaetl to learn that she is al-neas. A, F. MeComb, who has represonteti S'ft'lft Canadian. Ltd, lu Uils district tor some time past, was in town iloday saying good-bye to his many ti'lenda. Mr. JtcConib is leaving the read to'go into the 'Insuranco business at Cran-brook. Corporal Wilson, of the It. N. W. M, P., hero, has gone to Maclood, to take part In the celebration to bo he' there on October II. Miss A. Stulibs, who has hv. charge of the post office for some time past, leaves in a few days tor an tended visit to the Old Country, Her pofillion will be taken by Miss K. .. ebell. Mr. K. I lick, of Calgary, was a visitor here on Saturday. Tlie W. C. C. mines hero are woi'k-ing every day so far this raon!th, wbUh looks good to the men, after the number of days lost dnrlng September, when the mine was shut down more than half the time on account of the ear shortage. .10. W. Clirlstie conducted the services In Ihe Me'thodist church yesterday, in the absence of Kev, W, H. Irwin, who Is at present In Toronto. The J)ow Union Bank building Is now oompletod, and the bank staff are getting ready to niovo in by the end of this week. Ml-. AVallaco Itaynor, who has been in the hoBpltal liere, with appendicitis, Is now doing well, and will be able to bo around again In a tew -days. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are made according to a formula in use nearly a century ago among the Indians, and learned from them hy Dr. Morse. ThouRh repeated attempts have been made, by physi-clann an seeking .to.control th* goTaramant by' proposing that monopollea and trasts-; should be regulated by an industrial-comralBsion. . ' f "The old method was campaign eon* trlbutions; the new method legalised, monopoly," said tlie Governor as hw directed his aitaclc on the interests ^ which he said were backing the program of the Progressive party. The ; Oovernor drew attention to the senate investigation by the Clapp committee and said the debate there was centred : on which of the certain privileged group had been more intimate with the candidates of tho Republican and Progressive parties. "I was saying to soma of my newa> i paper companions a little while ago that if I were a cartoonist I would; draw a picture ot the biggest monop-^ olles of the U. 8. drawn up in, Una: and in front Mr. Roosevelt trying ta' lead them in a hallelujah chorus.", ' COME TO MAN WESTERN HEWS OLD COUNTRYMEN WHO WILL WORK FOR METHODISM IN WEST PRIVATE OFFICE Crsmming down ilI-chos�n .food, and rushing back to work, leads .straight to dyspepsia, v/itii all It means In misery. Proper habUs of eating, with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal, restore good digestion, health and happiness, A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyi-pep.sta Tablets costi but 50o, at your Druggist's. National Drug and Chom-Ical Co. of Canada, Limited, ' US WOULDN'T SELL FOR HOTEL. Winnipeg, Oct. 9.-Trustaea oC Grace Church property are raportotfi as having received an offer of |1,000,< 000 for the site on which the ehurehtj stands. The offer w�s nfuaed, owlntt to it being understood that a ayndM cat* made the oft�r, and InUndod W erect a huge hotel. / il Winnipeg, Man,, Oct, A party of men from the old country coming to man Methodist mission fields in the west, have arrived in the city and were extended a hearty welcome by local Methodists. The party left Ijiverpool on the Lake Champlain on Sept. 21, and has been under tho charge of W. A, Haw-ley. Rev. Dr. Woodsworth stayed on at Toronto to attend a meeting of the missionary committee, A. foatuta of the group is a number hailing from tlio Kniorald Isle, To many English Methodists in the west it will be Interesting to know that a grandson of the niucli renowned Rev, Peter Mac-kensie is a member of the party in the person of S. Gill, who has also tho distinction of being the youngest member of tho group. Following arc the names of tho men and the districts throughout the west to which they have been allocated : George C. Rollins, Arthur, Man.; Arthur Mayer, Catlylo, Sask,; James Ilaslop, Kind-crslcy, Sask.; L. Clixley, I'"or^ Frances, Ont.; A. L, Smith, Lethbridge, Alta,; B, Duck, Klhdersley, Sask.; Harold E), Eburne, Kindefsley, Sask.; J, E. Cooper, Swan River, Man,; R. E, S, Watson, Govan, Sask,; J. A. Sinclair, Lethbridge, Alta.; A. B. Morton, Prince Albert, Sask.; Harry L. How, Carlyle, Sask.; Leonard Boughen, Swift Current, Sask.;. Hi E. Stafford, ICstcvan,; ,]. Scmplc, Kindorsley, Sask.; .James Pprlan, High Ulvcr, Alta.; Hugh Coanolly, B. A,, Brandon, Man.; S. Gill, Kindorsley, Sask.; .\. \V. Cann, Swift Current, ,Sask, In reply to an address ot welcome .lames Dorian, a member of the party, said that it they met with hardship thoy would not grumble. As for loneliness, he was immune from that, tor an Irishman never was lonely ; he had a lively imagination to keep him company. He thanked the irirnds for tlmir kindlv u'olconiA. Pure Paints T�p*iat Ik* wkola ksait aut or ta w OMrtlT Iraiko* up  bii o( woodwork, ||tl M'L foinl. Botideipure tcad.purosioo nS two oil lhtr*'� � iptiiiil ln