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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Fridny, Od'oher 11, 1ft12 A DREAM By a Lethbridge Citizen for the Best Limerick Get Busy! I dreamt-1 dwelt in Dominion Square, In a house tliat; all my OAVII. I also dreamt, which pleased me most. That the town to the Square had grown. A real estate guy offered to buy At a price that made me stare. just about selling .when I awoke up I'll stick by Dominion Square." ROYAL PARTY GREATLY PLEASED Lclf Lethbridge Delighted With Reception and What Was Seen 1 The first visit of Royalty to the city Lethbridse is now a mutter of his- tory. Their Royal Highnesses depart- ed for the east last night hi their special train, leaving about 10.45, af- ter the formal reception. In the eeniraJ They will spend a short time today at 'Medicine Hat, and other short stops will 'be made along the line, the most important heing for the shooting party at Poplar' Lake, where It is their intention to spend a couple. ;bf days. But the Royal train will reach Ottawa on October 21 as sched- uled, only a half-hour stop being.made it "Winnipeg, and from there the train proceed to Ottawa without a stop. That Duke enjoyed his stay in was evident from the many erpressiona ol gratitude for the kind- conferred on himself, his Royal Consort, and the Princess Patricia, which he voiced before leaving the city. His automobile 4rip through the city in afternoon, escorted by May- or Hatch, and others .of the entenaiii- ment committee, was much enjoyed, and many "were the compliments ex- pressed on the parking system of Lethbrldgo as he found it He was pleased to find the people in a young and growing' city like Leth- bridge had bad 'the foresight to pro- Tide playgrounds for the future, which will be a credit to., and n source of much enjoyment to the citi- zens. He personally inspected the grounds and buildings where the Dry- Farming Congress la. to be held, showed keen interest in the great ex- position, which is to-be held here the week after next From the high level bridge he was pointed out the collier- ies to the north and west, and was Ratified tba-t those who were pinning their faith on the future of this city itvere making no mistake. The praise bestowed by the Gover- nor-General "wai most pleastng-to May- or Hatch, President Cunningham, of the Board, of Trade, and others, who accompanied the party on the auto trip, and all join today in voting the Royal visitors the kindliest people whom it has ever been their good far- time to meet The whole reception und entertainment of tho Governor- General's party passed off in excellent style, and other members of the party, other than the Royal visitors them- selves said that the reception here was ong of the most pleasing which had. 'been accorded them anywhere in Western Canada. A pleasing feature of yesterday af- ternoon's programme at the school was the granting of today as a holi- day to the school children. During his informal address, His Royal High- ness said: "I know there is you boys and girls enjoy more than'anything else, and that Is a holiday, so I am go- ing to ask that thore -be'no school to- morrow." That the boys and girls did enjoy the interest taken in them, which would result in a holiday today, was right royally shown by-the cheering which greeted his announcement. It was a human touch at the right time, and there is no more popular man in Canada His Royal High- ness the Duke of Counaught BOMB SHELL FOR LOCAL OPTION Hotel Men Seek to Prc vent Vote in Northern Part of Province SIR LOMER GOUIN LIKED THE WEST WAS SORRY HE HAD NOT SEEN IT EARLIER IN LIFE Edmonton, Oct. -bombstie! was projected into the ranks of thf any other soup or made dish. SOUPS 5c. per packet. Edwards' Desiccaltd Soup is mode H'kitc. Tlu'Brmen miitlf if a tliick, nourishing soup prepared Jrom beef unit fresh vegetables, 'I'ht other two are purely vegetable soups. half an four, Lots of dainty uew dishes io our new Cook Book. Write for a copy post free. THE VV. H. ESCO.TT CO. Winnipeg epresentatives for Manitoba, Sask- atchewan and Albsrta. The Wires All Carry The Same Want A Ntyi and Brilliant Era Dawns for Madeline Japan. Thelianiiy.paste iu the big can. Ready for instant use., A few r u b s; bring tue Black Knight Cheapest and best polish for Stoves, Grates and Ironwork on the market. Yau liave got to use some kind of salt on the table. You must use salt in your cooking and bating, Arc you using the best TABLE SALT 3 It's the little things that cotint. It's Windsor Salt, tliat will help you to mite dainty flavor food as it should be Havered. WINDSOR is pure and fine and good. fco they htive left this 'matter to the last moment It would be impossible to get out new petitions this GOOD ROADS OFFICERS ELECT MEN WHO ARE HEAD OF ,GREA1 NATIONAL HIGHWAY PRO- JECT. Winnipeg, Oct. tor the coming year wi-re eleelc.i today at the convention oi ihc Canadian High- way association as follows President, -I. Kcrr, New West- minster vice-president, S. E. Mut- ton, Toronto secretary, P. Luce, New Westminster treasurer, T. E. Has tor vice-presidents, one from each province, Hritish Columbia, A. K. Todd, Victoria Vukpn, George Hlack Alherla, James M. George, Kdmonton Saskatchewan, George Thompson, Indian Head Manitoba, Mayor Firming, Brandon Ontario, W. .1. Tretliev.ay, Toronto Quebec, 0. A. Simard. Montreal, and New A. Anderson, St. Those for Xova Scotia and Prince Kdward Island will }n- selected at a later date by Hie executive. A deputation Sroin tlie association will go to Ottawa to endeavor to se- cure financial aid tronY Premier Hor- den for the proposed trans-continent- al highway. The building oi a road from Winni- peg to the head o' the lakes was dis- cussed, but, no action was taken. SASKATOON HAS CHILLY VISION LOOKS LIKE COAL SHORTAGE IF CARS ARE NOT AVAILABLE VERY SOON Saskatoon, Oct. from the local dealers licrq iuilicaiu Hml tliL-ic is a strong possibility that there may bo'-a serious shortage! coal this winter, accounted lor large- ly, it- is claimed, because o! the in- ability o! the railway companies to briny it in. The embargo that the C.l'.R- re- cently placed on nil heavy freight di- verted large winter consignments of coal to other points, uml when the supply will reach the city tin1 'listri- jution is a matter of conjecture, as the grain movement is general, ind this is being given preference to inward freight. With the demand for coal great, winter fast approaches, IK! with an insufficient number oi. .earns to do the delivering things .ook serious. AUSTRALIA AND STATE INSURANCE LIBERAL PARTY SEEF TO BE COM- MITTED TO SCHEME FATHER- ED BY LLOYD GEORGE London, Oct. Melbourne iorrespondent of the' Daily Chronicle ays that the most significant out- oiae of the parliamentary discussion n Premier'Fisher's maternity grant! )ill (which provides for a payment, of f pounds upon the birth of every hiUT) is the .committal 6f the Liber- 1 party io a national insurance pol- cy. on the lines of Lloyd-George's clieuies. A section ot Hie Labor par- opposes any such scheme which embodies the elements of thrift, but, the Liberals have decided on a vig- orous insurance campaign during thy forthcoming election. CHEAPER HOMES PTHEJOILERS NEW SOUTH. WALES 'GOVERNr MENT ERECTS COTTAGES FOR LOW RENT Sydney, N..S.W., Oct. ex- periment carried out by the N-.S.W. government in the direction oi .estab- lishment of a state suburb" consisting entirely of cottage homes built on government properties, and k-t to workingmen by the govern- ment at a low rent just suflicicnt to return a moderate interest on the capital invested, seems likely-to be a very popular one. The first hatch of houses built un- der these conditions have just been completed and there have been one thousand applications for the houses in less than a week. As a verv small ons Ribbon Sale SATURDAY 3000 yds. pure silk ribbon 4 1-2 in. wide, on sale Saturday at 1 A per yd. 2000 yds. pure silk ribbon 5 1-2 in. wide, every shade you .ca'n think of, on sale Saturday at per 1 OI yard -t 200 yds. Shot silk ribbon 5 in. wide, pretty combination of colors 1 on sale Saturday at per' yd. 2 Red White arid Blue Patriotic Rib- bon, 1-2 to 2 inches wide, on sale at per yard 2c up to 5c Limited GREAT WATER SUPPLY Sheffield, Eng., Oct. new works, providing for the water supply of the four great towns of Leicester, Nottingham. Sheffield and Derby, have been openod. They utilize the yield of the watersheds of the river Derwent in the Derbyshire Peak dis- trict, and arc (he Invest public water supplies in the country. number of cottages have so far been completed, it is intended that they shall lie drawn for by the intending residents who have lodged applica- tions. Sydney's new garden suburb is called llaeeyvilla after the govern- ment minister who initiated the ex- periment of state housing. DE PALMA'S HARp LUCK .Milwaukee, bcc. losing the ?2500 second prize of the Grand Prix by liis going; into the ditch as the race was ending, De Palraa was robbed of a pocket book containing ?1000 when he was thrown out of his car. J3e Palma's clot lies were torn to threads. The pocket book was car- ried in nil inside pocket of the coat. As lie was carried off the course, a crowd gathered around him. and it is believed that some one picked up the pocket, book. Several times in the ambulance en the way to the hospital De Palm asked about his pocketbook but medi- cal attendants took little notice, think- ing him delirious. To him his brother John, told him that his money was safe. Little attention was paid to the matter until yesterday when De Pal- niii again mentioned it. The course lias been .searched without, avail. De Palma has not been told of his loss. SLAUGHTERING OF MAN'S ENEMIES WAS LARGE INCREASE IN THE KILLING OF WILD ANIMALS IN INDIA London, Oct. to a report published in Simla the number of wild animals destroyed in India in 1911, was as compared withi in 1910. The total included tigers, leopards and wolves. Nearly snakes were destroyed as against This in- crease is largely accounted ior by the offering of rewa'rds by tile Burma gov- ernment. That this action was ne- cessary is proved hy the fact that in one area the paddy fields were so snake-infested that tlicir cultivation was impossible. Tiie number of cattle killed by wild animals was against and In snakes as against 990. SHORT ON STEEL Calgary, In steel and Structural iron has tied up prac- tically every large building under con- j struction in Calgary, many of tne workmen being laid, off today. MISS B. The suffragette from Mrs, Pankhurst's organization who came to Canada to coach ths Canadian suffragists. She not rather a cold reception until she i expressed her regrets for not hav- j ing first consulted the local bodies This picture was taken in and Is perhaps the only one secured J of Miss Wylie since she landed In Canada. She will be in. Toronto in a few days At social affairs or for every- day use it is equally popular Blue Ribbon it delightful for afternoon tea and is widely used it such functions. It is the great home tea of Western Canada for all occasional both for evcry-day and when "a few friends come in for tea." And it is guaranteed to please or the packet can be returned and the money refunded. ;