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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALW The B. A superb display of Millinery, Ready-to-Wear and Novelty Dry Goods Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept, 5, 6 and 7 Following the usual custom, we have put on view this week a magnificent exhibit of the latest novelties in Fail Attire brought from the leading Fashion Centres of the.Continent A will be a delight, and the moderate pricei will make you an eager purchaser Chief thiO TWO ALIKE Program for Reception to Governor General (Cuutiwied fioiu liont First av'.uiue, building a sjw'IiU sut of stnil's for tho uectislou. With the wolrominu' crowd of citizens In front of die stand. Hatch, with tliv'lr Koyal Illghnepsc's v. aiuve to the front oi tiie balcony wheru hU Wor-1 ship v.ill rend tho civic address of1 welcome- to which ills Itoyal Highness will reply. It is also, the Inltmtum of tlie Sons oi' 'Kngluml to present an U- luminaU'd tuUlrctts at thy samu time. After the civic welcome abiuit fifty men who have been taking part !n Hie welcome will pass by rile Itoytil parly to whom they will be presented in turn by .Mayor Hatch, This done, the party will tisahi take the auto- niubilus, and return to the train, io he to the parking ground lit the uormu- of Sixth avenue and the On October 10, at His Iloyal Highness will review the "i5ih Hatievy Uie School Cadets Battalion, the Roy Scout's patrols, and the Vet- erans' Brigade. A royal salute ol' "1 Sims will also bo fired by the battery. Open New School -B (Tlu! afternoon and evening will ho taken up in the formal opening nt the Manual Training school, and the emnirreception, which is to be heht at some place to bo announced later, Tho party will leave the same evening for the Kasi. h is not known as yet whether the official, military eacon of K.K.W.M.P. will still bo with the party on their visit here, out Col. Lovrther has been communicated with-, for particulars, h' a special escort is required is likely that the honor will i'all to the Battery. Great interest is already being dis- played by the citizens in this, tho greatest civic event of the year DISTRICT NEWS SWEET TALLEY Harry Peters has threshed his 2y busbels. The flne aew C. P. R. station is nearly completed. Mr. Seifert threshed for Mr. Hubka last wesk. The average was '31 "bush- Sweet Valley. Sept of the rigs have started up tbJs Vsek, everyone nalshtJd harvest last Mr. Jones threshed 30 acres of stabble wheat of tie Club variety.. setting ,-80 biisiieia the 30 acres. of 'he stnbnle grain is not very good owing io tie early dry weather. Sliss Paulscs and Miss are over Mr. McPherson's cook csr. Plenty of teams on the road aowa-1 oays-.jafeinc in eld wheat and bringiasr liact lumber for granary bins. Turley sianed Threshing this for Messrs. Lewis and Xord. C. O. Patrick oai this week dig- fpjur a cellar and foundation prepara- tory to building a bungalow on Ms itcjmeatead. Mr. and Mrs. Brodie were Carman- gay callers this weekr latins? little girl in io the doctor as it been ailing for a few cays. Mra.-Lrak and children have moved Into TOTtn for the rest of the fall. Mr. Parker was assisting Mr. Tay- lor Tith. bis stocking on "Wednesday after school hours were Mr. Buchanan of Calgary preached missionary' sermozi at Sweet Valley she 25ti and on the following Mon- day a business meeting was held at new church known as Prospect iPoint. A large crowd from here was and aelpad-to aend a Delegate JMr. Rounds to Okotofcs IB September. tbe meeting all visitors were entertained at Mrs. Dobson'a and Mrs. {Mackintosh's for luncheon. At f-e .jneeting nere was raised toward supporting a minister for this year's fwork. are needed. Wages paid, ?3 a day. FLOWEBIXG PLATS' COWLEY BOYS ARE COMPETING Men are scarce here. One hundred WENT TO STAMPEDE TO TRY. FOR Flpweriug Plain. Aug. vote on tie organization of rural uiunici-j paliiy No. embracing townships 4r 5 and ij in ranges 7. S and 9. resulted in a majority of 38 ia favor of organ- ization. The iollpsring is the vote Flowering Plain Lonariew Four Ways Weeks Settlement Faith Boendale For Against .7-0 2 0 Iti 0 4 0 .5 1 HONORS IN "SUCKING CON- TESTS" Cowley, Sept; wheat cut- ting is finished, and yi another-week the oats, barley ami flax .will be in the stock. Threshing operations com- menced he-re today, and. the quality of grain is'a treat, Thds. Shepherd started his new outfit, and states tie has a record crop, and that the. :au> pie of; winter wheat win grade Nc-: 1. The many .-friends of Ralph brcok will be pleaswd to 1-earn .that Lc is fast improving from his illness. A larse crowd left Bat irtlay :t d Sunday for the Stampede. Messii. Tlrn-i FIRE PROTECTION FOR CATHEDRAL Claude Mills and "Gecrgie" Hamiltoa j are going to do their best to bring the bucking honors to Cowiay, and they went with the best of wishes for good _ i luck from their maQv friends. Ed. .homson of 6-10 is She proud Gle.. Hammon won Ae prorin. father of aa eight pound boy. (.ja, ionship at Calgary ,ost Harresimg is genera] throughout r bu[ he ,be UD the district and croaa are very good. Total 10 opera good year. Tbe presets are that all crops will j for ,he Ue narrMtsd considerablr earner than. h Qn and reual year, and lai chances considerably; wha. mlgh[ a fel_ affair was .pulled off ths day. wheii Barton I iv let the Shot aim ofr .iii ;hr to gei threshed m the proper m m were time. Some got threshed during the j winter, others in the spring- and som WIXXIFRED f Winiiifred, funeral of ilie Iflt.e Mr. Odney took place this and was largely attended. Mr. Chris Lee ims completed his hotisft. Mr. Kideenfjtll ie here threshing his wbk'h will go 30 biisiieio jo the sere and grade No. l! Miss C. McDougall is teaching in Good Cheer district. Mr. Hands of Lethbridge is looking after his farming interests. of it being frozen are Last year on account of bad 1 moat of our neighbors were ST. PAUL IS -LEARNING LESSON TAUGHT SOME CENTURIES AGO London, Sept dOiin and chapter of St.- Paul's Cathedral have been worrying recently over tlie two fires that destroyed tbe famous Cath- edral in A.D. 10SG and Itifiti, and have decided that the structure Tor which they are responsible must be protect- ed against any repetition ot thos-e dis- nstrous fires, and by means, too. of a modern fire -fighting plant. Experiments made recently hy the London fire brigade showed that tbe present appliances were unsatiafact- Siiice then: under the direction of j iMervyn Macartney, tbe Cathedral ar- chitect, workmen have been busy in: stalling new apparatusr by which it will be possible to pour water on any part of the building, 'from crypt to dome. Four-inch mains have been. run up outside the walls at- each j corner of the cathedral to a cornice j sixty feet above th-a ground, sim- i liar, pipes lead inio tue crypt. I Tile pipe in ihe northeast corner j will be continued -in the organ loft, j while the other branch will be taken up well above the main roof to a stone A IMUXCKSS OHSTIXATK OPEN RUPTURE IN GREEK ROY- AL HOUSEHOLD WILL LEAD TO SEPARATION betwmi the I'rmvu Triiia- and Crown rriiuffes of Crmv has reaclu-d the point of open rupturi-. It is now :in- liounciMl a separation is imminent- de- the t-fions whii'h have limi for wn-ks to hnil their dilli-i- 1'ritKTSS'lia.s many of Hit1 mas- spile made I'llOt'fi The teriul chnraeieri.'itii'.s of lior brother, Kmperor William. She hius insisitil upon wearing lier (Immaii ilisitiw-'- tious Urt'ece and in foiVini; iipoii tlie court at Athens German ways ami (Jet man ideas'. For a while slui Iiaif husbnmi complplt'ly imiler hor ihuinb, liul iatcly Iw wi-ni in op- i'U rehclli'ou against her dictatorial whims, ami it is said on au- thority, weni so liir as lo slap her oil the for an insulting reference, to (ireece -and the nvod'-'rn 0reeks. This unfortunate matiimonial squali- ble is a reverse for the advocates of love matches among royalty.. The iii.irruige of .Sophia, Princess of Prus- sia, and tlie Duke of OcUiher 1SS9, was as iieiuiy as possible the t'ulmination of. a royal romanee, ai.liid, undoubtedly, liv Queen Alt'san- (ira, (hen Princess of ;tnd hy the l-'mpress Frederick. The Vrii'ce was then just 21 amL lit- was dc'-'oted to Princess Sophia., Now (he Princess IN staying at Darp.islatU on a visit to tier young sister, Princess" Frederick nuirles of Hesss.-, and she Ilatly refuses to return NO ALUM MAGIC BAKING POWDER far. and with Lethbridge looking itsj to Greese. Kaiser William ordered her prettiest, there is no doubt that the entertainment afforded the vice-regal party here will be in keeping with ihut of other cities along the line of the western tour. Crow's Nest Pass to Be a Through Line (Continued from front page) Linking Up Gaps "Overshadowing any of these evidences of the- railway com- pany's intentions with regard to to remember Iuir.dutv as a wife. FLEW OVER ALTLM: PEAKS NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPHER PERFORMED DARING FEAT- TAKEN FOR SPIES London, Sept. Console, a slafl photographer for the this territory is the rate at j Daily Mirror, has just' accomplished which the short line is being push- ed through toward the coast. In eight months, at the present .rail1 of construction, the extension ol the present Boundary Branch, which now is operated to Jud- ivay, will completed to-Peulic- ton, on Okanagan Lake. In thir- teen months or less there will connection with the pres- ent terminus of the Xieola branch from the main' line. On the date that that connection is establish- ed, the through Crows Xest route will'be diverted at Nelson to the Boundary branch, whdn train service between Nelson and Vancouver will be inaugurated. This will he Uie third route be- tween these termini, and will be much shorter than either the Ar- row Lakes route or the Great .Northern route, one oi the numerous ways in BAKING POWDER MADE IN CANADA MANY DRUNKS ON LABOR DAY whence ir. will pass to the Several small children were -Q, feed hv_ in the room, and some very close to drants-of thft (Iome have their grain irt-tfae stack ;thegim' AS Still another main will be led up In order to avoid inconvenience I flischarse into Wlth no! the facade to the golden gallery and a number of farmers 201 together ami j _ Continue to the lantern, and there ordered a-machine of their own. It AIr' }a.n he a hydrm.iic aw.mmlator io win Ihi here readv for work in the j ager Ol lhe I nump water up from the ground levei. courFe of a couple of weeks 1 weehs' lo Pmclier as well as twenry-sik new hydmnta. George and Ben: Foster left on on to rcsume bl3 m in addition to [buse already installed. Thursday for Iron Springs to harvest tlie there vvliat ig called ..dry u io be The former's crop there. J1J: K Mackay j TIIII up the outer wall, opposite the Charles Caswell frotu !ic- uioiHon where he has been working for The summer. Lou Huribnrt of Bow Island visited his home at 2S-5-9 last week. The owner of the motor car which j killed 7-year-old Wilfred Sheuhen at i Hamilton cannot be found. Four car loads of binder twine from i the United States were erpredsed here j through North Bay yesterday to re- Hove tbe shortage on the prairies. PROTECTION WILL BE MAINTAINED! staircase to the ton of staircase, with nose connexions, to 'which fire- men can attach -short lengths of hose, while" engines connect with tbe ground level and the main. j The work is not expected to be fin- ished for several months. WAVY, HAIR IX A FEW MOMENTS MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED I Munich, Sept. Diet today! Cbarlestown, Va..- Sept considi-rcd at' interpellation oi in tile strike I Socialists requesting'that Uic'Ileiciis- i oltiMal- district aloug Vocnnt and i i Cabin Greeks todav. The tag be .mmctUaiely convoked to ft ,t'reteb abfjm twcsl. s.der the suspension of Hie tariff on ty milfis frflin Kamiwha river to Ihe the necessaries of life. Minister of: Kayette county line anfl nbnut eight the Interior Baron Von Sotien, speak-'miles. The derisive move was preoiii- inp for the government, declared that by the destruction or railroad the high price oi ioori was common !.o property by the sirikins miners who GIRLS! GET A 25 CENT BOTTLE OF "DANDER1NE" AND TRY THIS. ALSO STOPS FALLING HAIR; DESTROYS DANDRUFF Tour hair becomes light, wavy. Da-iderine dissolves every particle of Abundant and appears as soft, lustrous purifies'and lnviK- orates the scalp, lorever -stopping itch- nnd heautitul as a younj: girls aitei ing flnd fnlHng hair_ B "Danderine hair cleave." Just try j But whftt pleago yQU mogl win a cloth with a little he after a. few weeks' use when you ant! draw It i will actually new and through your hair taking 6ne small I downy at really new- ur-rand'at. a Time. This will cleanae the j hnir growing all over the scalp. If 3mlr of dust., dirt and excessive oil J you care for pretty, soft hair, a-nd lots and in just a few moments you have) of it surely get a 25 cent bottle of Doubled the beauty of your hair. Knowlton's Danderine from any dnig- 'Besides beautifying the hair al once {gist or toilet counter and try it, all countries and not due lo the lay- ft. He said it was impossible to At- tack the principle of protection for German in.lustrics. I AXE IS BUSY IN THE YUKON Dawson, Aug. Wilson, in charge of the White Pass machine shops, at Whitehorse, was today aji tore iip tracks in an attempt to stop the shipment of coal. There are move than strikers, nil of whom are to lie armed with rifles. The ex- press office at. Cabin Creek was brok- en into and boxes of ammunition and rifles wen- broken open by the strik- ei-o but before Uiey could gut away with them the militia put in-an ap- pearance and completely appropriated the loot. Two machine l-'i.OOO pointed postmaster of j rmimis oi innmiuiltlon anymore than town. He succeeds Dr. Kane, who for rifles consigned to a coal company from tbo strike xone iiave. twelve years was encnmhent. Wilson Were is a native of New Brunswick. A. D. McLennan is appointed hocn cut mid rommuuicaiion hetwccu mining rpnnrd-er Klnanc. succeed-; (lit- various military po.sla is im..... Iiijf William ArmslTons. removed. j aihle. the railway company in tlie Koot- enay is reflected. The plant is hy- tlraulically developed for 32.000 horse-power, and electrically lie- vcloped for Iff.000 horse-power ;u presrnt. The change io rlectriciiy for motive power on the Rosslaiul hraitch, it is generally believed, to he the first step in the appli- cation of this agsnt tjjrouahoiit- the sysirii! in the IJreceding this ('hangf1, for ihf last Hi o years the Canadian pa- cific Railway has been steadily improving the whole system tri- butary to the C'rows N'cst branch, and shortly the through route portions will be of a .standard "The revolutionary progran.'ine requires practically hut a year for its completion, and in nil essen- tials the new Crows Xrst through route will he. in existence and opera! ion. When the I.ethbridee- Weybiirn cut off on the prairie-; and the Merrill-Hope cut-off near the Coast range are tlif Crows Nest route will origin- ate at and it will be ;it. least a co-ordinate route with the main line." Significant Fact The fact that the t'.P.R. has late- taken opiions on several the assignment of Myihg over j the Alps in a -balloon with Captain .Speltoriui, the Swiss aeronaut, tak- ing photographs en route. The was from Tnterlaken to UnU'raniini-r- gau, Havaria, a distance of and was'inside in 11 hours, li'iivelling I at an altitude of feet. The at- I mosphetK was so coltK the hands ot ho til men were frozen. Console writ UK following description of how the Alps look From above "We 'went way over the .liingrr-'iu. I could see but could not hear moving avalanches' of snow and ice and tiie great roaring torrents of wa- ter looking like trickles. It was ilif- liciilt t'o hcliftve all meant the men- ace of death, (.'.rcat mountains look- ed small enough lo take in one's hand. Surely those avalanches could he dammed with a "Lakes in the valleys resembled liny drops uf waier, ami villages like of mrddies.' C'revassps re.- s.i-mhU-d ihin, dark lines scratched u-iih u and tumbling l.-oulders looked like pphhles. "At a'n allituclv of feet, ilnrk- iifiSH coming on, we saw .1 black mid j white of momr.ain rraring its i t-rest.. must, so higher, or we sbull i bump into it, said Captain Speller- HOLIOAY TOO JOYOUS AN OCCAS- ION'AT O'BRIEN SPOKE IJellevue, Sftjn, :M. Ciuupliell. Crown prosecutor, of" Mitoleod, siwiit yesterday in Bellevue. .luU'ii 0. Jones, u-te't No. 1.S, V. M. of'A., spent-thu holiday bore. 0. Uhynas. of South Kurd, 'was a visitor hero today. Alex. Gazette, of Frank, is in charge of tshe Beilevnb branch of the Crow's Xest Imrdwurc company, in the nb- of K. McClowiiii, who is now i" the Krank store. .lack McDonald and '.I. Delaney. uE Frank, took in tho .fialn hero yeslor- day. Airs. J. Mrs. C.' V. O'Hant and Miss Boyd, of Frank, were hert-, and took in ihe dunce last night. L. dales, 11. Benson. K. M. Briseo, C, Lewis, J. Biirrowd iintl-L. Duwson, of Blairniore, were visitors in the camp yesterday, taking In the fight. T. Tiipplla, B. Roes and Louis Brit- last night for Vn'iicouVt-r. C. M. O'Brien, spent yester- day in town, and took advantage oC the large crowds to make one of his well known speeches in the iuteresls of the S. P. of C. The dance given by the Bellevue band last nisrht was a. huge success in ev-cTv way.' The largest crow-d ever seen at a, dance lierc was present, showing how popular the band is, not only in Bellevue, but in the surround- ing which wore well repre- sented at the 'dunce. Kveryone re- good time, and nice sum' to their peris hai-ing had tho band added finances. Mr. W. Clia.pp-511 returned from Hos- ine'r today, where his horse Queen of the Woods was successful in landing two firsts in tbe races yesterday. For tbe size ot the Belleviw reriainly bad it on any burg in these parts' for the largest number of drunks on Labor Day. This day ol' rest for the working man only comes once a year, and from tho looks of things Itere yesterday it seems as it' that was just once too often. Last night the drunks becajne so numer- ous and so quarrelsome, that a free fight, started in thfi bar of'one of tho hotels', everybody taking part and do- ing his best to help along tbe cause. One man received a nasty cut on the head, caused -by coming in contact, with a boor glass, which for some rea- 'ror- wag flna.Uug through the air. Fi- nally ihe police were called in, nwl after trying to stop the row they clear- ed the crowd from the bar and closed iht barrooili up for half an hour or so till things cooled down. This morn- ing there were several persons around holding their heads and looking as if they wished io another Labor Day. ini. We could then ser only snow and ice. N'o one lived there anil if we Samuel Spahr. a veteran farmer cr c near Palmtrston. is dead, aged 73. been found. 11 When landed the aeronauts were j laineri for .several hours by Gorman j police who thnueht them spies until! shown thrir crcdpiiMals. F. K. Dale of Port Stanley succeeds the late F.' Shcpnrd an harbor mas- ter- Han'-v aria Dr. J. .1; Kerr have lH'en to rhe vacnnt on Cobourg school board. The relining company in which Dr.! Tho loth regiment of Hamilton will J. S. Island is interested has secured celebrate the semi-centennial of its a nO-acre site '-in Hamilton. {formation in September, IF BILIOUS PLEAHE TKY "SYlU'l' OF FIGS" NOTHING LIKE THIS DELICIOUS FRIUT LAXATIVE TO CLEANSE YOUR STOMACH, LIVER AND 30 FEET OF BOWELS OF SOUR BILE, GAS- ES, POISONS, AND CLOGGED-UP WASTE You know when your liver is bad. when your bowels are siiisgish. feel a dtihicss ami You out gripe, nausea or weakness. ini; else and reytilalcs your sour, di.sordered stomach, torpid liver iiiud thirty feel oT howela of Ililf in So.itli.-rn mil-1 the approaeh of hcaclaclic, j offectivo Syrup of :-l, further I >-ouv atomaoli BCla'sour and full of! Don't think vol. arc (iniggins yo.irscl ihli (olumlii.1 .b wnBiio roll, or entirely of li.pcloi. proof that Ihe company is scnolis You "I am I fiss. sonnii and aromalics. it can not and tliis as these purchased j bilious or eonstiiirned ami I must take j cause injury. lines would lorn' important, connrcl-i some-tliins lonight." If yom- child is cross, sick inir linkq fnr nf Most people Shrink from a feverish, or its little Stomach sour, inE links for these portions oi I lie ralonlol, EaHs tonRno 'coated, give Synip of Fiirs at southern route which .ilrfarty v.rlong lo the nig Canadian corpoiation. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Winnipeg, Man. Sept. the electrical storm last night Uiu small frame warehouse of T. G. Johnstone. bti Rnnnntync Avc. West, wan ulniclr and burned to the ground. pills. It's really all that is needed io It's diffcront with Syrup of Figs, j make children well and happy again hs effect Is BH that of fruit; of oatiiif; I They dearly love its pleasant taste, coarsr food; of uxorclse. Take a tea-: Ask your dnipprist for the full name, spoonful of delicious "Syrup of Fig? f of Figs and KHxir of Senna" tonight acid you won't realise >'QU anil look on tho Inbol for the have taken anything until morning. HR Pynip Company. Tlmt, when all the clogged up )iiar-j and Mint only, is the genuine. Het'iisu lor, sour hilo. and constipation poisons I any other fig move on and out of your system, with.1 contemnt. rup substitute with ;