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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September f HE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GOLD! SILVER! COPPEH A POT OF MONEY a "guess a I, this amount hibney. We have a glass jar of mom on exhibition in Gold, hill copper and silver In it. How mil? altogether? The jar woighs (2) U pounds, four and oiie-hult'ounce onipty. It holds (fl-lti) nine slxteentl of li gallon of water. Welgha (2f twenty pounds eleven and on (juarter ounces Hlled. It has leas thn five hundred dollars In It an more than fifty. AH goes I the lucky guetssor of the correi amount. Do you want it? Here how you can try for it. You can one guess for every quart of SILRSTONE Flat Wall Colours "Smooth Slllt-Hwd mm you buy any time between Sept. 1 an Sept. 30, 1912. If you buy (2) tw (marts you :have two guesses. If three guesses and so on. See the photo of the gallon jar _ money at Stephens' agent's stores. N one knows much is in it. Yoi chance is as good as any one's. On. the employees of the Stephens Co Ltd., barred from guessing. AH othet who buy a quart of Sllkstoue entitle to one guess for each quart' bough Make It'w worth trying. Sllkstone'is ihe wonderful, beaut and sanitary new wall paint pei fectect by this company. It is smoot as silk, hard as stone. Better Urn wall paper or kalsomine. Make you home beautiful with Bilkatbne an send In your guess at the amount o money in the gallon jar. Make you may get all thy money. CO Paint and Varnish Maken- WiNNIPEG SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIOGE Havr Hdw. Co. w Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental pointa and Canada every Sat- urday. Large .new steamers, modern and up to.date, operated on tha One Class. Cabin plan. Cabin, staterooms all amid- ships. to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Galway and Bel- fast 133.00 to Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. to Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For full information call on any steamship agent or write, H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 455 Main St., Winnipeg CIMBIM -NIIITUil Hi. The Royal Line Montreal Quebec Bristol (VjU.mmer) Halifax, N. S., Bristol, (Winter) ST. LAWRENCE SERVICE From Montreal From and Quebec Bristol ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Sept. 4. Wed. Sept 18 ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Sept. 18 Wed. Oct. 2. ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Oct .2. Wed. Oct 16, ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Oot. 16 Wed. Oct 30. ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Oct. 30 Wed. Nov. 13. ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Nov. 13 Wed. Nov 27 WINTER SERVICE From Halifax N.S. From Bristol ROYAL EDWARD Nov. 27 Xmas Steamer ROYAL GEORGE Dec. 11. Xmas Steamer Dec. 25 1913 ROYAL EDWARD 1913 Wed. Jan. 8, ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Jan. 8. ROYAL EDWARD 32. ROYAL GEORGE Wed: Feb. 19. ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Feb. 19 Wed. Mar. 5. ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Mar. 5 Wed. Mar. 19 ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Mar. 19 Wed. April 2. ROYAL GEORGE Wed. April 2. Wed. April 16 And Fortnightly Thereafter Indicates withdrawal of steamer for annual inspection. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE CASE NOT FINALLY SETTLED JUDGE MONET DECLARES THAT PRIESTS' SURRENDER WAS NOT UNCONDITIONAL AND QUESTION OF M EDWARDS' CIVIL RIGHTS IS NOT DETERMINED TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING Montreal, Sept. the able French weekly edited by Godfrey Lfmglols, wllj tomorrow publish an intorvie'w with Judge Monet, who has been the leader of tho opposition in the St. .John's College controversy. Judge Monet hai been out of this city for a few days, and has not had an opportunity present of reply- ing to the statements of Archbishop Bruchesf and other clergy who have heen prosecuting the 'college authori- ties! L When asked if it wag true that the priests of ihe.college made as uncon- ditional surrender to. Archbishop Bru- chcBlj Judge Monet state- ment'as untrue andean given out for a 'purpose. The priests have made a partial submission, but only after a three days' the Bish- ops regarding terms. Tho Bishops wanted ito send them anywhere in the prietts demanded that they be allowed to go anywhere they liked. This important concession, wng granted them, go the statement that they made ah unconditional sur- render is a false one." "Is tbo .question now the Judge was aHkod.; "In a religious se, yes, but in. a civil sense, no. ilr. Edwards is still without securing Just settlement, and I understand that he has written to' the Bishops In- forming therii that he is about rto ap- peal to the civil1 courts. He is going to sue Archbishop Bruchesi and his associate Bishops for the him." Judge Monol then continued "The; Is a question. I 'havo boon dlseuBal and intend to follow up, namely; IB Protestant, who does business with religious organization obliged to lo his case simply because it has LOG carried to and settled in tho cluirc In this case Mr. Edward who is a Protestant, is not, recognize by law before tho church courts ai lias not even been heard. Jfo'took a action in the civil courts. The cas was taken out of the civil courts ai settled in tho church courts, is -M Edwards to no "What is thought of Uie "questIon St. the Judge wns ask "The people of St. John's are mm indignant, than he ruplie "Archbishop Bnichesi thought, tha by closlug- up this college the sixt five students attending It from S John's would he'forced to go to li own college, but not a single one w enter his college. They will be son elsewhere by their parents. I inteu to hold a public meeting In. St. John on S-aptemher 7, and on that occasio will make public certain dlsagreoab: facts which I did not use before, as ditl hot wish to do or say tiny thin to prevent an amicable settlemen Now I will make public everything kno'w. Further, the citizens of S John's wish to express their thanks I the priests who have been in charg of the college during the past thre years, f am asking Henri Bburass to attend the meeting. He has co: demned me for my attitude, BO I wan him to hear the full story. I kno fro in his past record, that he is no afraid to score a Bishop if it is necei sarj'. For this reason T am ihvitin him to St. John's to hear what will b said about the Bishop and to judg for himself.'! MIKADO MOURNERS TO WALK Tokio, Sept. of the official plans fbi- the imperial funeral have been 'announced. They will take- place here on the evening of Sept. 13i At the Aoyama larade ground a large inclosure will be built surrounded'by a bamboo fence At one part of the inclosure there will be constructed a building'90 feet by jsvhere the funeral services are to be held. At a distance of 120 feet in front ;he main 'building will be put up one gateway for Shinto there -will be another oril.at the entrance of the inclosure. On both aides of the passage to the main building 'between the two torll, here are to he constructed two big mildings, the size.of each being 420 jy 120 feet. "these there are o 'be built several comparatively mall buildings far the accommodation if officials and other purposes. Go on Foot All those who join the funeral pro- ession must go on foot, and they will e besides tha emperor as chief mour- er, the princess of -the blood, the olders of the Taihiiinye (Grand Cr- er of the the offlc- nl of Shinnln emperor's ersonal officials are specially privileged by the mperor to the same treatment as fficials of Shlnnin rank, the presi- dents of both houses of the imperil diet, .marquises; the holders of th first grade of the second rank, th second class high government of ials, the lords In waiting in the Make Hall of Musk; the lords in waiting in the Kinhcl, Hall of the Golden Pheafa ant; the government officials who arEMI-ROYALRANK FOR AN AMERICAN IGHTFUL HONOR ACCORDED TO PRINCESS VICTOR OF THURN AND TAXIS BY AUSTRIA Paris, Sept. appearance of four lines -in mjnute type in the Alma- nach de volume so pre- cious to those who possess high titles and those who worship raised on American wohmn to semi- royal ran! She who was Leota Eleanor Nicolls of U-niontown, Pa., married Prince Vic- tor of Thurn rind Taxis. Her rightful rank has heen accorded her, despite the fact that her husband married her without the permission of his sover- eign, Emperor Franz Josef of Austria. The Almanach de Gotha, naming the: members of tbe House of Thurn and Taxis, which dates back to 1117, men- tions: 'Prince Victor Theodore Maximilian Kgan Ixunerol, born at Ecska, .Ian. JS, 1S7C; Seigneur of Lokouhar, of Rick and in one part, of Domeevhara. mar- ried in N'ftW York, .Tov. 2, ifln. Miss Leota Kleanor FHzgerHld, born aL-----, The blanks appear because tho place and date of the birthday had not, been verified ut the time of the Alnianaeh's going to press Ranks Next to Royalty By this official acknowledgement Princess Victor, who hns a fortune in icr own right, now takes precedence in any European court of nil her conn- Prince Victor's first cousin, Prince Albert, is the reigning prince of Thurn and Taxis. Ilia wife is her imperial and royal highness Archduchess Mar- guerite of Austria.' Princess first husband was Gen. Gerald Fitzgerald of a famous Irish family, one member of which so delightfully translated the verses of the Persian, Omar Khayam. The prin- cess divorced Gen. Fitzgerald and the American court decreed that ho pay her and tbeir two children a year. In assocation with the uncle of tbe princess, J. W. Thompson, a mil- lionaire banker and coal operator, Gen. Fitzgerald made a large fortune, in America. Pays Off Prince's Debts When the princess married Prince Victor he was burdened with debts. To her intimates and to her uncle, who j did not favor the match she said: "The prince needs help and I pro- pose to give it to him. 1 do not care how much lie owes; ho will pay everv cent of it. I did not make him a prince but f can make a man of him. I mn willing 10 devote the'rest of my life to (be task.'' EDWARD N. LEWIS, M.P. is NOW A MAJOR! I imauu, wwjii. Xormau Lewis, M.P., for Huron, marin- er, lawyer; author of the duylifilu ing hill and of many other interest ing roiurihutions to tlie sayeiy and edu- cation of parliament, must he.nceforili j be known, as .Major Lewis. Although h-e takes no stock in the "German he has decided to become an officer in Colonel rho Honorable Sum Mushes' army. He is guzettert in the militia orders as Provisional Majov nf trywomen who have married titles, j the 31st Field At-Uvrr on organisation. New Vidlor September Records Out To-Day Some Splendid Selections From The New List 10-Inch Double Sided Records 90c FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS. West Lawn Polka (BSriio) 1 Waitz (Whistling) Scotch Medley March 17149-The Battle of Killiecrankie Will Ye No Gome Back Again F. j. Bacon Gialdini Sutcliffe Troupe Sutcliffe Troupe 17141 Waiting For Robert E. Lee Heidelberg Quintette Me To The Cabaret Billy Murray AN ITALIAN BALLAD BY CARUSO 88345-Lo'Schiavd (Aria America) Enrico Caruso McCdRMACK SINGS THE ROSAfcY 64257-The Rosary John McCormack Gall at ihe Master's Voice" dealer and hear these splendid Record] to-day. Ask for a free copy of our 280 page Musical Encyclopedia, listing over Records. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE COMPANY Limited MONTREAL Book Store Phone 1265 New Whitney Block We carry the only full and complete stock ofVictrdlas and Victors in the city, together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Parlors to-day Mason Risch Ltd. Pianos Dominion Block Lethbridge The Young Ruler of Luxemburg Marie Adelaide, the new Grand uchess of Lu.M-mburg, and the eld- st of the six of the late rilliam of Nassau, Grand Duke of iixe'mburg, deceased February 25, 312, enjoys the distinction of being IB youngest and one of the most dpular rulers in Europe, she having short time back talc-en the oath of icession amid scene's of >le enthusiasm. Luxemburg is a constitutional grand ic'hy governed by a Chamber con- sting of fifty-two deputies elected by e people every six years. The pew- s' of the Grand Duchess are limited the constitution much as are those th'e monarchy in England. It 'Was eforo this Chamber and in the pres- ice of the different foreign diplo- atic representatives that the oath taken. Amid continuous acclamations the arid ducal carriage made its way the Chamber ill rough the gaily corated winding streets of the old- orkl capital, Luxemburg, perched ;e an eagle's nest on the top of its owning cliffs. Among those present tho ceremony wv're her mother and New Remedy That Removes Freckles or Costs Nothing Here's ;i chance Miss Freckle Kncfl to iry a new remedy for freckles iviih tho guarantee at a reliable dealer ilmt it will not you a penny unless it re- moves the while if it rtofiri you a complex- ion, (lie trifling. Simply got nn ounce of oUiine TMmigiti :nnu itia- onbotliiHii Jt Co. ami one niirhi's trt'iiuiiPiu will yon how it is 10 rid yourself itf the homely fn-r'cifs jnul get ;i hciiuriful complexion. Hni'i-Iy is moiv than oil'- ouiire luitMlcd for Ihc worst cr.ye. He siiro.so ask for the double stivngth otlnnp as this is the only prescription sold under a guarantee of monoy back if it fails to ,T. D. Higfnbotliani fc Co., Ltd. the Dowager Grand Duchess, the Grand Duke and Duchess of Baden, Prince Aloys of Lowensteiii (cousin of the Grand in the uniform of a knight of 'the Maltese Order, and the five sisters of the latter. It may be interesting to note that Qiieeu Alexandra of England and the Dow- ager Grand Duchess are first cousins. To th-e accompaniment of enthu- siastic cheering the graceful young ruler glided to the throne prepared for her, a pretty figure in a white dress of Irish lace, wearing ov-sr her shoulder the orange-colorod sash' of the house of Xassau. Then in a clear, firm voice she read the speech from the throne, her simple graciouaness and youthful beauty capturing every heart. The young Grand Duchess bids fair to become the idol of her folk. She is a great lover of sport, and is not only a splendid horsewoman, but is also an enthusiastic angler, and an actept at skating and ski-running. With all this she is an assiduous read- er, her favor-he study being history. Since her father's death she has tak- en great interest in contemporary pol- itics and social questions, and is vteep- ly concerned for the welfare of the folk she is called upon to rule over. The Grand Duchy of Luxemburg is one of tbe smallest iinleiMinlcm states in the world, with a population of 250.000 souls. It lies on tlie high road from England to Italy, between France. Itelgium and Germany, and is known io tho select, few ,-IH ;ui ideal summer ret real and one of Nature's moat-favored spots. But though small in size, its geographical and political importance IK relatively giviu. Lying partly in one of the richest iron-ore fkMiis in the world, Luxemburg is ;i pearl that would grace any royal crown, producing as it does, oiu'-foriicth of the. world's to- tiU output raw iron. The. foundries of tho southern par; of ihe country arc aniongsi, the .lar.trcst and most .modern in whilst, sim- ilar ones are now beinp construr.teii at a cost of ovflr Tln--.se great, natur.il riches and the import- ance of its strategical position give Luxemburg a certain peculiar interest, added to the far.t that its imle.pe.inl- enco and neutrality were guaranteed liy the great Powers in London in 1867. A'ri .English company has just ac quired the concession to'creot an enor- mous barrage and hydro-electric'power station in the romantic and wildly picturesque valley of the" Upper Sure The bed of the river will be turned into a huge reservoir that will form a lake about twelve miles long, with a maximum width of i) GO ft. The fall obtained will be 130ft., producing OOOb.p., aud the electricity generated will be distributed by means of hig-H- tension mains over tlie whole of the grand duchy and supplied to towns, factories, and railways, etc., at low rates. This-vast undertaking, work on which will- be started almost imme- diately, will, thanks to British enter- prise, be of far-reaching benefit to the country, calling1 new industries'in- to existence and rendering the work- ing of others more profitable. DOUBLE MURDER ALL FOR "LOVE" MA'N CONSPIRED TO KIliL :WIFE AND PARAMOUR TO KlLli- HUSBAND Shrewsport, La., Sept. of a'double murder plot, -by which'Mrs. G. C. Bailey conspired to rid herself of her husband, a -wealthy lumber mill owner, and A. Lr. Watson aimed to a'way with, liis wife, was revealed' 'to- day b> Sheriff Flouinev, who says ho has the written confessions of both Watson and Mrs. Bailey, who are con- fined in 'jail here. According to the confessions; the Sheriff says, Mrs. Watson was kille'd in a T-axos town several months ago. Then Watson came" to Metcalf, where Bailey operated a luni'ber 6b- laincd employment, and was taken into the Bailey home, as a member of j tbe faulilv Bailey was murdered on Monday night When Watson Was ar he first declared Bailey was murdered by a burglar. According to the confessions narrated by Sheriff Flourney, three months ago, at Flari- uagau, Texas; .Mrs. Bailey arid' Watson entered into: a compact liy -which Wat son Tvas to poison his wife, and Mrs; Bailey her husband. Watson did away with his wife, with out arousing suspicion, but repeated efforts by Mrs. Ball-ey failed, because, she says, her husband did not kritfw how to administer th'e doses. Watson came to Louisiana, and' ob- tained work from Bailey. In the meantime; Bailey hecame sus- picious, and quarreled with his wife Monday, and left their home. Watson crept into tbe house during the night, carrying a1 heavy axe, with which, he" says, he murdered Bailey. Watson is forty-five years age, and has three daughters. ATTACKED BY MAD CAT Reginfl, Sept. little daugh- ters of. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moore, of Kealdale. Sask., were attacked and terribly injured by a cat. Both the children were badly injured about the face and head, the wounds having (o be stitched. The cat was afterwards found and shot. It is thought Unit the children will recover, and as they are very young, it is not likely ;iny marks of their will show in after years. EXTENDING SCO LINE Wis., Sept. is now taken as' a fact that the 3oo road has purchased the Wisconsin Michigan railroad, which runs from Peshtigo" to Iron Mich., the deal to bo formally closed within ten days. The Wisconsin Michigan Railway is.a farmer John R. Walsh property, and wns bought by John Marshall, the contractor, at a mortgage sale several month's ago. With the acquisition of I his road various extensions are said lo he planned. The Best Buy in Canada for those who want first-lmad in regard io Canadian development and investment, is THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The Financial Post gives auihenlic and up-to-daro information every week rosardinjc business conditions. The Financial Post is quoted as an authority by leading Cana- dian, American and Hritish publications when referring to Canadian investments. The Financial Post tii-st-luiiiil information which is often- times exclusive. The Investors' Information Bureau, through which reliable in- can he had concern in ij any CVmuium investment in free u> All eorrrspondttneo is treated confidentially. Write for a Cample copy and furilicr information concerning. The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for Investors1' F. G. HASSARD, Western Manager 301 Dominion Trust Building REGINA, SASK. ;