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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tmwdny, .Sojrtenilnii' 3, 1912 TITK HERALD Page ft PRESIDENT IS Ot WAY Makes Earlier Start in Or- der to Study Crop Conditions Alontreal, Sfpt.. Sir .Thus. 'Xril STATE IS REPUBLICANS FOR FIRST TIME FAIL TO ELECT GOVERNOR ON POPULAR VOTE White Ulvcr -let., Vt.t Sept. 1. clone races between thu three parlies, Ri'jMiblican, Demorratii: ami I'rofrntsfilvc in yesterday's deutimi was today in tluv revision of re-turns of the volis, for ..Governor. The revised returns from nil lint lour small towns in the slate urn as fol- lows; Fletcher (Republican) Marian H. UOWB, -172 Hcv. Kraser lUiitzg'cr, (Progres- Smith, W, staiU out. tonight on his aiinuul inspection or the Canadian Freil fil'u'. Me Is making-' tour railicr Suitor, th'.m usual this season in order {ft The failure of tlic Kunuhlitaii can- didate for governor to. obtain a mu- st iidy harvest conditions in the west, unit particularly the railway arrange- ments for handling the crop. In the wsl the which is engaging his closest altcntion, is the natural resources denartnient for the improve- ment oi agricultural conditions by. means of demonstration farms, which lilt; company is establishing. Burins Ills tour he intends to ex I end the ready made farm scliemu. While in Vancouver the details oi a scheme for tlie cymplele rcaix'anizatioi] of lliu company's terminals will he discuss- ed. WILL RECTIFY' EXPRESS KATES GEN. MANAGER BURR PROMISES p TO INVESTIGATE DISCREP- j ANCIES COMPLAINED OF That there Kro some discrepancies in the express rates in effect from American points to was admitted hy W. H. Burr, gcnorul man- ager ol1 the Dominion Express Co.. in a conference 'with members of thu Board of Trade executive late last ai- enlng, but he further stated that thoss which were not rectified by the new September tariff would be gone into by the traffic depart man t imme- diately, and any IncoiiKiBteiieios 'found remedied so far as it was in their power to do so. General Manager Burr, with West- ern Manager Holme, came down from Calgary yesterday afternoon, motoring across to Lethbridge for the sole purpose of meeting.the Board of Trade to take up the complaints, which seme Lime ago led-Tto" the malting application for a hear- ing before the Board of Railway Com- missioners some time this fall. Mr. Burr was very fair and frank 'in his with the committee which A waited on him. The fact that tho car load tariff on fruit from coast points higher than the part carload rate pointed out tb him. lie realized that this was unfair and promised to rectify the matter, so that local fruit wholesalers 'will have advfuiUifjB In express rates which they bavo al- ways enjoyed in former, year. This was Mr. Burr's first western trip for two years, and he was much pleas-sri with the progress made by tho city of Lethbridge. Western-pros- perity is evident on every hand, he says, aud he haa never seen th-3 prai- rie, provinces looking better. V PRESIDENT TAFT HAS THE GOUT Washington, Sept addition to a sprained ankle am] a sore loot, President Taft suffering from a slight attack of the gout. His compar- atively long soige of work this sum- mer with little opportunity for usual daily exercise is partly to blaino for his condition, to hs-fronds. It s believed that a week's rent on tho yacht Mayflower, and in Beverely, w-ill put the president on his feet again. iority for the first lime in the his- tory of the stale in an election pre- ceding a presidential election will ne- eeKKitafe the election of the slate's chief executive by the legislature. it is expected ,that'the Republicans will have a substantial majority in the legislature, although there an-, nearly 31 towns yet to report on the vote for. representatives. A'LDEBMEZS7 IN ILYSEEMLY SCEAP RESORTED TO BLOWS AT PRINCE TURNED OUT LIGHTS Prince Albert, Sajik'.', Sept, scenes'characterized lust night'y regu- lar meeting oi the council and sever- al aldermen indulged in particularly heated arguments, 'one ot which just after adjournment, led to blows be- tween Alderman F. "C. -Uaker and Alderman T. Robertson, imparlia- mentary language (lew fust ami furi- ous. of the troublp arose'ovi-r allegations made against Victoria hos- pital which ivas declared to he in a, 111Ihy state of tlisordcr. One alderman offered to bet S500 he could prove dis- graceful actions'against members of the..staff. Two other aldermen threw :i good deal of dirt.at one another awl parted friendship. The timely snapping off of the lights hy the city solicitor brought proceedings to a sudden ending. It ain't no usr to grumlilc and com- plain, It's just 2u cheap and rasy to re- iVh'jfi dud sorts out the -.viMiliOV and sends rain Why rain's my choice. Whitcoih'b KHey. Tlie clouds consign tlirir ti'Mmmf.s to the fields And, softly stinking on tho din'pled pool Prelusive drops, let all their mois- ture In large clKusion, o'er the frrshcu'cl world. Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Wilson spending a few ilayc nt the Calgary Stan.'jiedc, Mr. and Mrs. .J. M. Henderson are I enjoying a week at Calgary, Hindi I and Laggan. Mrs. V. II. Mcwhurii and Mr. Hast- ings iMewburn left yesterday noon to attend ihe Stampede. Miss Lucy 'Way accepted a posi- tion, iiu Calgary ,aml leases for that place, -iomprrpwv awonjpank'd by hei- sisk'r, Miss, Way, who will visit in Mr.- Keniu'lii'K. McLaren, president of tlw; .Corpora list Co., 37 Wall 'New is touring I hi; West, arrived this afternoon to spend a day with Mr. K. A. Cunningham. The engagement is announced of Miss Klta HoJicrtson, youngest -laugh- ter of Mr. ami Mrs. A. 0. Hofctrlaon, to .'.Vllliarn Tail, of Itayinopd, Ami-; BOH of' Mr. mid Mrs. Tail, "Arnimor, Ont. The ifidn'iuge will take place- in SepU'm- Toronto (Upbe.. v-v- Millincfy show rooms arc at'traet- ing. much attention these days, Miss-es McLeay.held their eiiiiig 'and 'many were thn favorable cuminents .heard cir'Vhe siiiart artistic creuliotts ..shown- .Tohhson and" Miss Cameron aVe also showing chic niotlel.s in nil the latest styles, and their parlors appeal strongly.1, to the feminine ioic- the beautiful. DID ACCIDENT CAUSE DELAY? Westbound C. P. R. Trains Entering Winnipeg Many Hours Behind Time- Port Arthur, Ont., Sept. Ca- nadian Pacitlc trains for tho East arp today several hours behind sched- ule time. No. due to arrive at 10.10 IfiEit night, did not arrive at all, and her running rights were annulled. Tlta I'm lu due to arrive from tho East at. 8.58 today, was 'reported four hours late. The cause of the delay is said, in railway quarters, to be due (o the extensive improvements in pro- gress on tlie Lake Superior division. In or.lier, .there is a that a large colonist train was ditch- ed some whore 'between Chaplcnu and North Bay, and that the traffic vras North Bay, and that tho track was badly damaged and torn tating the building of a temporary detour around the truck. V.'-a.'K. A. Cunningham and (laugh- 1 ter arc guest with Mr.s. .lohn j inridge, t-ntgary, during the Stam- pede. Wr. .1. K. Terrili is expected homr. tomorrow from Calgary, where has'hecn spending the past days. Mrs. Miildaugh and little daughter, of Yellow Grass, Sank., arc visiting with the former's brother, Mr. V. ..llessey. 'Miss Maea'ulay, who has been sjiemN; ing tho Summer in Toronto and otbi-r I eastern poinlB, returned on Monday after 1100 n. Their many friends will sorry to learn thai. Jean, the little daughter of Mr. and Mr.H. K. Hamilton, Is ill with pneuiLOiiiu. 'Mrs. R. J. Binning and daughter, Florence, of t'ranbrook, arrived this j afternoon to visit with Mrs. .J. Armstrong for 11 couple, of. days en route to Toronto. Mrs. T. F. K. Jv.dtson, of peg, arrived in the city yesterday and is a house guest with her sister, H'.rii. .1. H. Anderson. 'Hon.' Mackenzie King, who is on a visit to the old country, is at pres- ent staying with Lord and Lady Ab- erdeen at the Vice-Regal Lodge, iJub- Clubs and Societies HEAVY RAIN AT, BRANDON Brandon, Sept heavy pour again visited Brandon district last 7itgbt, preventing farmera from "going ahoitd with harvesting opera- tions thin morning. The sky IE threat en ing, but if rain keeps off work will he geuerral in the fields HUB after- noon. Iiu, Judge Thompson and Mr.s. Vhoiup- son, of H. C., are ing Judge Thompson's mother, Mrs. J Thomas Thonipst-n, 137 Crescent Mrs. J. H- Walto, Mrs. ff.'ll-! Mel.dlaml and Mrs. A. M. Oratr, of j Mi-dieinc Hat, arc attending the stain-] peilr in Calgary. 'Tim Bonn! ol Westminster church, will meet at the close of r.Wer meeting this evening. r The Canadian Order of Chosen. Friends will hold n meeting in the S. (X 1C. hall tomoi'roU' evening at 8 o'clock. Divide service will lie held in St. .A.ugustin's church, at S- o'clock this evening as a preparation for the ii-is- slon, which will he held in Koveiih her. V .St. of .St. AUgiis- t-iJtV, niet .yjjsUrday -Jifteriioiin, when busiiiejs of' was' transacted. The 'Guild "will not meet! jifgain ''until The initial social of u series which 'will IIR held monthly In the First Baptist church, was enjoyed hist ev- ening by some sixty 'people. Khnrt addresses nf greeting" were'delivered" by Mr. Dunlbp ami" Mr. ScHheiderY Progressive gained including- cartoon, advertisement and contests fur- nished much ,bf an inviting menu ctiucUidcd a-pleas- evening. _ A well attended meeting pi" West- minster- Ejnvorth League was liold last evening. It was consecration -and interesting papers wore read by Mr. Harding .on "Spiritual Miss Duns worth .on and Miss Lavrie en "Citizenship." president. Miss Mabel handed in her resignation at last Right's meeting. H was decided to calf a -meeting of the executive at ihe lidme nf Mrs. Hutter, 523 Twelfth St. for Thursday night, id elect a president and map out tho season's A full auend.in.ee. is request- ed for this important meeting. New Arrivals for Fall in our Ladies' Neckwear and Glove Department GLOVES fOR well made gloves in various colorings -Fashionable women demand gloves thai III lonodK ie Uic fiiiislimg fb.tK'h !lJml distinguishes)