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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET1 i KB IJHJ10 Tuesday, riehced Says: "I use A'l b'er'ta's Best Baking Poivdcr lie- cause I know from actual test tl-.at it never t a i 1 5 nic. You, too, will find it iiivaiuab! e. '.-Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der v.'hole- ipmt, .dependable right in quality and right in price your grocer for it. Interest on Grounds from front 'oiT ''iiin.imorabU- prizes In vi'Bi'lalilc omiipi'tltioiis at lolor- .iiRii-iv ,hau the prixe liav'B 'I bayil- i A. V'. Woris.'of now Island, says ilii-y liiau pus.in their dis- rivtil this morllins putting up 111' ispnsliion promises to be one EXPOSITION OPENS ON MONDAY Tlie inability ol sonic of ihc exhi- bitors from tin- stairs' and from alar to gel their exhibits here in time lo "install limn for the proposed ou- .cuing oi tin- exposition on Salui'tlay IKw i morning, has nccessiluldl the post- jponcmcnt of the iorn.-al opruiiig im-i i tin' alfairs of thu kind Monday morning at' 11 o'clock. The exposition committee ami the W.'siwi Canada, and the oi Ihc board of control t. limmsU lbe> Board of.; Lave dJK.-usi.Ml tbe advisability ol j v divided to charge IllCjlliu. ai ier.eU ans. coucrnl public- an admission .'to the many times iv llilft Ulu't ill ffrrcd with tlie oxliibilovs, anil liud- itis HIT sentiment in favor of llrsl j made this lifiun by Secretary Burns, iressed regret tlral this ac- j necessary, explained exhibits i'rom jorailo, Sow Mexico'and other places Grace, beautymd are r.ll combined silver critics ii! randc in of plate; l here rnauv designs from r.'h5.'lv choose..' .Ml' _ ttji jof lilti week olio '-o l i jinnounce ticket i-5 sold. Dollar bo fsiil wlhdi wiii hi- s -h. v-Mlc will have free A.U' ja-uU-sioi.' to the grc.im.is at all times. 'lie grounds will bu closed to every ore but cihiiiitora on Sunday next, j .itrivedi ami no trace had as the exposition Will ho officially I of the cars. j mi .Momlay ai nine o'clucR. exhibitors arc very much the buildings have the postponement, be- met designated as follows: building-. t'uited RANCHER DEAD 0- funn-a) Canadian bllildlus. Crau- srauii stnnii or agri- while the stable be known a? asriculttir- lAlilliuRs, Xo.s 3. 5, ii and T: 2.will be ihe British Columbia o-iiuVitf in Xo. 3 will be the bushel of whoat entries, and also all the en-. in ihe individual classes; No. 1 contain the .district exhibits: mid ihere will he mo irn-5 shows 2U-3 lectures, whil 7, w.iH be a dining room. Chiuimuuj exposition committee is very buss- these days, and the large ot entries is keeping an army o? Clerks on the move from morning io night. cause nearly all of them have with more or less delay' in the hand- ling of their exhibits, through, the long haul, and require more than the allotted time to complete the instal- lation of their said Mr. Burns. "While it is..unfortunate, still we have to make the best oi it, and. we want, above all things, to please j everybody, and have all exhibitors go j away from Lethbridge with the ieel-j ine that thev were -well treated. .one .here -not aiJoni to have a ng pic. wl s ir Nq. displeased. airman inde .one surc thc TRIBUTE TO BROCK Louden. Oct. vr of! entire ..the H. dliiricL.. av-i' in need ol' tcacl- .u Ue'uii: ULicruf -m- ,in- iructcviv Uu'rnsj The service was in the transc-p-i. yetsrs hi1 had win-re the memorial stands, in a" most highly vi'- i convenient, situation. Dean Inge and j i Canon' Alexander officiated. I i i bore of the government, and people of Ca- nada, and placing his hand on this he recited Brock's deeds. .An eloquent speech from Hon. George E. Foster followed. mnadian Pacific Railway has ling of exhibits, and ihe Dominion. Express company, while rushed to the limit, is moving things with ex- pedition and in excellent manner. The i customs officials are also affording us every facility in the matter oi clcar- the I ing and handling exhibits, and we arc much indebted to -them ior their, amaze all when tlie -.show opens, and The Ladies' Store t Phone 453 Block LOVELY NEW GOWNS Just to hand by express, in the new Pannier, Tunic and Coat effects, suitable for street wear as well as formal and informal afternoon and evening wear A t-ollcclioii I IIP equal of which "you will not ordinarily ;see onlsido' Hie larger i.'ilic's, every model the imxlnut of Caiiiuhi-'s leading.ma iiul'ac.tiirers in 'this nartic-ulnr line ol' garuieiif, i-orilincd exclusively this store for LeUibridge and chanu-lovized by 'extremely moderale pricing. Tunic Dresses to Pannier Dresses to Goat Dresses to Robespierre Dresses to Whether you. require such, garments for your atimectiatc needs or nor, you will Want, to see this splendid showing and a look through will be most interesting and instriicl'ivo. t of Wednesday ot Con- will the workinc class an.opportunity wreath, the scl! nobody in Sou- WMat Honesty Means in Cocoa-Making In cqcoa-malang, honesty may have two meanings. A manufacturer may set out to produce a medium grade cocoa. He may honestly adhere to that standard. But the standard is low. The cocoa flavor suffers. A rr.anufecturer may set out to produce CCCCE of the very finest quality possible. i-1 rthen pun himself under constant extra expense. Ti.e t cocoa brans must be used. They cost .fiuci-. ir.o.'c thr.n medium grade beans. He and therefore expensive them Alberta shouU let this oppor- tunity pass.'.' THINKS IT WILL ELECT TEDDY MR. HANNUM SAYS ATTACK ON BULL MOOSE "WILL HELP HIM S-ctoi from V'.v: b tl-. I ,-t fv.ctoiv-t: chinery. in.tali expensive modern mac e c: re, care. care. expensive time :-i I.T :'-.e finish of his cocca-making. so! out to make the very finest i c- prcdurec'. The equipment of t'-.ov.'2 t'r.c pains we take. we 'must make for lovers will :'h of n quality. And the result of an ui: I-.lal-.-slandard policy you ct.p of Cocoa. KILLED WHILE ONAJOUDAY Chieago, Oct. A. Corn-wall, manager of the Bank of Commerce, Claresholru, Alia., was killed, and a woman injured -today, when a street car collided with a sight-seeing automobile. CormvaH's skull was I fractured. He died half an hour af- ter being taken to a hospital. Mr. Cornwall had recently been transferred to Niagara Falls, OnL, and was enjoying a holiday before as- suming duties Iris new charge. He left Ciareshoim with Mr. Allan, a lo- cal merchant, on a trip, and the fatal- ity in Chicago is the outcome, Mrs. Cornwall and eight small cnildren are at her parents' home visiting until the new home at Niagara was ready. Cornwall had been in Clares- holm several years, and is widely fcncwn Iii Southern Alberta. He had j considerable investments of his own and many representing English cli ems. He was u prominent member of the .Masonic Order, being a mem- 1 ber of the lodge at Ciareshoim. the Royal Arch Chapter at High River and the Shriners in Calgary. He was also prominently identified with the Anglican Church. have lived for years "the line, are talk- ing today about 'the attempt, made yesterday on the life of ex-President Roosevelt, progressive candidate for the presidency, and in the opinion of many the attempt' will be the turn- ing point in the campaign which will lead Roosevelt to victory at the polls on November 12. This opinion was strongly expressed this morning by N .B. Hiirmum, own- er oC a large farm at Wilson Siding. Mr. H annum has been closely connec- ted with American politics in North Dakota for many years, and in Epeak- and with the masses Teddy will be the hero of the hour. Teddy will lead at the polls now if he ever had a chance to- lead, that is, if the voice of the people at large is properly 'shown on the date of the election. No man ever entered an election campaign on such short notice, and with such lack of as Roosevelt is do- ing, but you will see the people nock toward him from now on, and I would be surprised if he is not declared the winn-er when the result is known." NANAIMOMAN WASJURPRISED DIDN'T EXPECT TO SEE SUCH A BEAUTIFUL CITY AS LETH- BRIDGE bad heard enough about Leth- bridge before, but nearly always in ing of the incident this morning said: counecjiou with labor troubles i-n the "If any campaign manager had sat j mjneg here> so tuat we had. the idea down to figure out a way to turn the tide of election to Roosevelt, he could not have chosen a more psychological moment. The attempted shooting be like stirring up a hornet's nest, v SUFFERiNe OVER Doctors Advised An Opera- tion. How She Told By Herself. that this city was a collection of little shacks such as one might find in any mining village. We had not heard of the rich agricultural'district of which it was the centre, and it cer- tainly was a -surprise to step off the train and find one of the neatest cities one could possibly imagine. And it has that appearance of solidity which only a city in a prosperous community can have.' is what A. E. Mainwaring of N'anaimo, B. C., has to say of Leth- bridge. He came lo Lethbridge from the Nanaimo Board ot" Trade to make an exhibit at the Dry-Farming Con- gress which has widely advertised Leihbridge in British Columbia. He is accompanied by F. W. Xewberry, also of Xanaimo, and their exhibit pro- ml-ses to be one of the features of the big exposition. But Mr. Mainwaring was not talk- ing about their exhibit. He says see- ing is believing, and when the visit-; ora to the Congress see what can be raised on Vancouver Island they can- not help but believe. He Wants to Know si. ui... he ir, interested in l.etb- uupi, and last! bridge. Xauainio is a mining town, resort wrote to you j the coal output being about GOOD tons for special advice 1 daily. The miners get good wages. am] the people in Nanaimo nine millions on deposit in the savings banks. is however, interested in what. Lethbridge, as another coal min- ing centre can do in the of local improvements. That Lethbridge can own all its own public utilities with a ___ _.. ic.t street railway system included, is the cood far ricitlmg after he j couid not do any work, and oh how 1 j Wonder to him, aad before he returns ihe r.rmy, but this is the fin-; to have an operation. j iie intends to know how it is done, so -ed a letter'full of kind ad- j that, he will go back a strong: advp is After Rumely_Engine (Continued from ircat look ;il (In- plump rcil krriuls oi Mar- i iquis n-hich have satii world-j hviilc (amp. There, wr-rc Uv three.i i well known farmers irom the sooth niter seeing the oi ihnn who hail inifmlnl enter-: lie hail fc-ct. i Simpson is proud oi >tic sue- j I.? lias o! I'arniing in West- I Bockncr, Mo. For more thin i i 1 suffered agonies from female troubles 1 and the' doctors at last decided thcre was no help for me un'eas I to the hospital for oper- ation. I was awfully against that opera- AFTER ALL THERE IS NO BETTER TEST OF ANY ARTICLE THAN POPULARITY. ASK YOUR FRIENDS WHAT THEY THINK OF Then buy a packet, and if It does not please you your grocer lias authority to refund your money. BUSY LAYING CORNER STONES DUKE OF CONNAUGHT SPENT BUSY AND ENJOYABLE DAY IN REGINA Chairman, Dr. Charles A. Lory. Presi- dent of tbe Agricultural College of Colorado, Tort Collins, Col.; Secretary, Prof. E. A. Burnett. Dean of the Agri- cultural College of Nebraska. Lincoln. Neb.; lion. Martin Uurrell, Minister of Agriculture of the Dominion of Can- ada. Ottawa, Ont.; Angus Mackay, (Superintendent of Experimental Sta- [tion. Indian Head. Sask.; A. .11. Tea Eyck. Suiierinteiiilonf of Experiment Station, Kan.; Prof. Alfred At-, kinaon, Agronomist, Montana Agricul- tural College, llozeman, Mont., -and Prof. 'A. L. Moorhonse, Manitoba Agri- Hegina, Oct. God bless Ihesc were the last words ut-tnreH by His Royal Highness, the A Duke oi Coiumught, as tlie royal train. College, Winnipeg, -Ma: ilrcw ota of tlie union station this ening; shortly after Ii o'clock, amM. tbe tremendous cheering of tlie large and I told you just what I suffered with ,__________ bearing down pains, backache, shooting pains in my left side, and at times I could not touch my foot to the floor without screaming. 1 was short of breath, had smothered that an old soldier is fejt and draggy all the time. country on the !aco M ni-rmtps my success vice, nmcn i aim 1 started term- j hera year ago t have been Ji letier iun 01 rviuu on- i I followed, and if I had only cate of municipal ownership in his Italia about 2U jears boys'; I grew liOUO do evory bit of my own work. own town. Cheap, light and water rales arc the things which interest Try This Home-made Cough Remedy Costs Llltlc, But Docs tin; Quickly, or Jloncy Refunded. crowd which bad assembled to get- a last glimpse of the Governor-General, ill-inking to a close onn ot the most .successful visits of the present royal tour. Today was a busy one. In the morning he was greetcil by 3000 school children anil later laid the foundation stoin: of a new mission chapel of the Anglican clmrcll. He i nix tm> Granulated sugar with then laid the. foundation stone ot the i cup of warm water, and stir for Girls' Hostel in the following words: mes. mi i'v; "f In the faith of .lesus Christ we cents' worth) in a la-ounce toolllc; then lav this hcaiistone in Hie toiimlatlun, add the Sugar Syrup. Take a toaapoon- in" the name uf Lbc Kathcr, the Son ful every one, two or tlirce.nour.. and tVnolv Ghost that this place You will flnd tnat this simp e may be set "apart for the sh-ltcr and takes liolcl_ot a cough tr.aa uplifting of oiir-girlhooil, to the hon- or of- the same, in tin) name oi our Loril Jesus Christ. Amen." ll, to the hon- anything ever uwil. Ui chest pains, His-Royal Highness, the Duke oi Is slightly Connauiibt, by pressing a button, ior-, v mally laid tlie foundation stone i, lor whooping cousli. croup, brunchitia. anil oilier throat rales arc e and he believes that Na.ainio is miles away, using the following form i This recipe makes more and bettsr ol1 cough SJTUP than you could buy ready the Hospital of Davidson, ninety made for ?2.io. It keaps perreclii ana -.cam oi.u UJ -i or my own following a foolish plan to give away I of words compound of Norway while p'.nc extract. wheat just of the countryiall the franchises ubieh the people j "For the relief of sickness and sut- and is rich in suaiacoi I ought to tc home it'witf Lydia'E. Pinkham'sVege-1 themselves might own. Lethbringo t tcaiiTS at the i Compound that haa restored me to will be he'td up as a shining example of thought I would anj everywht-re I go I recoro- municipal and he thinks, i-insrtss. It iooVl< as jt to'suffering j jt tering thronghout the municitmuics of Davidson ami Arm River, 1 lliis. stone, in the name of Hie Kath-j Thi, Of making cmisli syrup with Ot In'c OR ;