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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, September 17th, 1910. A Real Summer Temperature OU kQOV tfco perfect comfort of a summer ,day with tbe thermometer at Wty does in the bouse in vtoter feel chiUy does varm enough, feel stuffy and oppressive Because the je funic.cs, la warming the air, dries out the natural moisture and fails to cf the 70% sverags humidity of the 'outside air, your Fobatty contains less than 30% of moisture. v Tin from thb hot, dry sir to the cold, outdoor mir Is o.tbe CAnrncooct of the colds, sore throats and luag troubles ao conanon la winter. Hie Remedy is tiie SALVATION ARMY LEADERS HOLIDAY General'Booth Takes and None Do- ing Wonderful Amount of Work For Man Over Eighty of Age Scarborough, Sept. many that any leader of men could wish to men arc there of over 80 who rejoice, deliver. In the course of it, too, ANOTHER RAILROAD WANTS A CHARTER Would Build from the Boundary to Peace Ri- ver Landing Edmonton, Sept.'15, W. L. against "CIRCLE OF THE FURNACE This pan ecdreJes ibefirepot, and-holds sevtral as much -water makeshift pan in the average furnace. The result te an evaporation to keep the air in every room. la .the. house at -practically the same humidity fresh outside air, that feels perfectly" comfortable. like Plants end people thrive in awcfa. aa atmosphere. .The "Good Cheer" Circle Waterpaa Furnace saves bffis as Forfcll ajiendid furnace THE STEWABT MFG. CO., cur red. to be made to the provincial govern- i a road from! Calgary and Edmonton to Peace River Landing. Hill As he came -triumphantly into Scar- said. Ho states he Represents .capital an- borough veswrdav -evening wish having to invest'in profitable railway man, woman and child .recognized the Salvation Army, j' Canada and hints at a flowing whits beard the shock ot K nne motor-cars and-fourth transcontinental white "hair, and the tall, aver-restless To th6se can which connected with the tPiiin.? RT.m tliati r never taken a great figure teUing still anall-pervAsive, unquenchable energy., Everywhere in- Ai T ITlTCLLC stinctive respect awaited the last of i Cne house of mine can the great Victorians. be mentioned because none exists, and General Booth has now passed his a motor- car tost was not hired or lent, and v Jj Hlck-Sctl Co; passed eighty-second -time of life when even statesmen "are saTine repose upon their judgment rather' j than still be struggling in the vaa-j 0 guard of action and initiative. S-V But General Booth is still forward with every atom of the en- thusiasm and attack of his prime. So this summer, instead of the cornpara-, tivts relief and change ox a motor mis-; sion, he is actually taking his holi-': day by doing double work. All the; week he is engaged in town over the multifarious 'details an-d vast respon- !p sibilities of the Salvation- Army's control, and every week-ead he makes I dashes into the coun-cry, bringing his j own life and vigor and sest into the great holiday centres., This week it js railway-systems in-the'United ut' of -the. .Salbation Army's States and which will fled an outlet into the Pacific' Coast through Pine Pass, several .hundred miles north of, 1 for or lent, and purpose, oi some people have said that :es are riot made public, are Our'accounts are audit- pf.the most respected firms and balance-sheet's have to me. AT MWOMLABE An Unusual Case is to at Edmonton Soon m. Sept exceeding-j .action which is all about beer, -between the .Anhetieer Bcsch reporter's sadly he placed hack on the table. "T53iai are the Anheuser Company ]ie asked. 'Ne-iPsH 'then proceeded1 to 'read the statement of claim, -but 'glancing cp la the middle 'and seeing- the re- porter's-, eyes .fized, longingly- on the bottles. ;he" arose and. them in tiie v, _The reporter sighed, and "inself to'-'business. on me (bottles on.close the Sal- it was this con- ,him -that if to subscribe funds he have- a balance-sheet sent- him year of his though he lives be as old, as MetS Afterwards G-eneral Sip Reiiry Pellet-J-ffaranet? Booth spoke Scarborough's turn, 'next Jl. with fervour of-the future .of the Sal- he goes to. B.acipool, Md so repeating what he has was "Restful" Sunday heta i already; appointed, and that tie very told .'the world of Ms OWTl name that' succes- ycacrai sor fll, peopje (Toronto Star.) "Sir Henry Pellatt, is freely mentioned as-one-of the pos- si'ble results of the'Q. 0. R.'s trip to England. It is quite within the realm of. probabilities- that Sir Henry be honored -by 'some addition to his present title, hut whether King George is likely to go further and be- stow a hereditary peerage upon hin? is another- Question. i The barons and baronets of Canada' number an even dozen, and not one Canadian in fire thousand -could name i them off hand. One is a. clerk in! the C. P. H. offices at Montreal. An-1 other was formerly a Woodstock-bank clerk. Most of them reside abroad The Baronet, of Toronto live In New Jersey; the Baronet.of New York meetings- ,gh Hippodrome, speak- er HP -fna-r w iiii Lwse people, -o; SreTlS; meSSsrs-I to Montreal, the .Baronet of Mon Tnxee.nuge meetings in -w-n T :real UveB Englani TIme Played havoc with the application r the titles to actual place of resident While Sir John Bererley Robinson _____, tne only Canadian -baronet who resid man s all right, but we can't in United States, other "British same confidence elsewhere.' Well J baronets who live there include Sir platitudes. They hare "been man man speeches, hot from the heart, ,ef- _ amount' of nerv- ous will happen when I am dead I say, worn-.' I am not dead my mind to ibly can. I are -those who" say, 'The same. The Aaheueer Company axe claim- weiser. oeer, and the Edmonton Brew- jBudweiser peer has, and it Is Ing 'and MaJtins Co., makers of -the Capitol. :haer, has 3'nst come into the Moreover, it is still as ever a court SM 'jSJ culty. Every word has to he sousrht or and tvTestled with aad flung o'ut, a mat- ;hands of Messrs. Emery, Newell and jiart( t ior as to what good damages; they get from the Capitol Company would do for such a -Bolton. The United States company claims Tie-Anhenser Company are taking !that owing-to the similsjity of design will heartily received and as naturalized American citizen. as the Canadians will, find some, but not all of the following names familiar! Sir Edward Seaborne Clouston, Bar- his-great .work." vNew Schemes meeting was 'in its sctioii -against the Edmonton company stating'--that, the labels on the two -brands of ibeer axe similar, and claim -be damaged. The case will} the'bottles of Capitol -beer Hkely -be heard-at the next sittings the the-Capitol -beer bottles'might-be mis- J- yj. 14X3 for taeirs, and so their sales find its own fuel .l-UTi nn-rvsMA.A.J3 mH____________. __ I .seemed absolutely gone, he seemed tired out. He confessed he- felt so, but when he faced acain that T-arm-hearted Scai'Dorough a crowding every inch of the theatre the peni- ?SonS-thein 'StCh Jshermen their, nets culiariy.. -new co-op- in the-poBBessioii of the Edmonton ..Brewing and Matfing Company, .wheth er full of deer or not, should be seiz- ed; and. the company prohibited using any more lahels of the- same of the supreme court lor civil cases. WATERWORKS FOR BLAIRMORE. Blainnore, Sept Blair- never -known' him give. am of Bofted, .near Col- T.HVP. out-of-work have that he has put upon the i r A reporter from the Capital called, more council has for some time past It was, of course, in the afternoon on Mr. Newell, oT Emerv Newell J.T.. Bolton, this morning concerning the jiaiujvii- iiujjL K.ive. -L t. i .With'eachlmeetink there was that been mak-me themselves'in- variety that makes5 m "If only I could get.the.government to help--rae with a loan, what I ,he exclaimed. "Thev perpetual .wonder, even to those who have heard-him hundreds of times. Slanderers Eebuked case. that ibeer, Mr. saiij the reporter, tiiirstily. toeen consKjeriag the insiallation of meating-a- -official affair water works and sewerage in the tended- by. .the, Mayor in his chain of town.- After due consideration, the j office, by clergymen and ministers town -council has decided to have .by all Scarborough' --.-_. stalled immediately an up to date wa to ored reporter, of solden col- "Oh, 'said Mr. Newell, as hefier works for the" .purpose of suppij arose .from his chair and walked pv-Jingr the whole town of "Blairmore with erjp a Small picked up two water and to leave the work of install ing sewerage until the early part o next year, when .the village of Blair more win -be'erected into a town nnm icipality. It is estimated that the water works complete will cost about and will be a credit to the town of Blainnore. and handed them to the -The -reporter fumbled in his pockets produced a .ftottle opener. "Bey! You mustn't open them." of hope faded from the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-op Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES hove recently, been completed under which the branches of this Bonk are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points In the following countries: 'Aastria-Hnojary Finland Ireland Russia Formosa Itely Servxa Franca Japan Siaza Fr'cfa Java South Afrfea _-. Gerciaay StraJb SetflemeetB Ctea Mexico Sweden Norway Switzerland Ceoisaxfc HoUaod Perssi Turkey Egypt Iceland PfaiflipkMs Islands West Indies 'm raraeltefa inaa Romaaaia and elsewhere DELAY FX WStMNO. PARTVCOLAR8 ON Letflbridge Branch-------C .G. K. Nonrse, Mgr. fashionable "and lo'wly. it- was here that- General Booth's ec-ergy bios somed out into, one of the "finest pieces of practical business oratorv about garden we want garden villages, just as a man can cultivate soil that he" hid, and where children can be .taught useful, and happy work _ Another great scheme that he 'has in his mind is one for assisting the government in the care and of released criminals. .OF CANADA Capiial. Best ProSte Tclal Assets ey is rower to help yourself and others. But it's only the money you save -not the money that slips through your fingers. You will .Sod a savings Account s. great help in accumu- lating this po-vrer. Why not start one now, in this Sank Interest compounded at highest current rates. Money may be -witiidiawa at any time. Mam Office cor. Round Redpath Sta I G. R. TINNING Bub-Office Westminster Rd.. N. Ward- I Mansstr. StfrHng- A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake R. W. SatJHe, Manager. LAST BUFFALO FOR CANADA. One Hundred Animals Will Be Ship.. ped From Montana to Wain- wrtght September 28. ...The final1 shipment of-the-herd of from ..the 'Montana "ranch o' 31ichael_Pablo, .will be made to Waiti- wrjgntj Alta.; 28. will consist 100_ animals, the wildest of the herd" which the Dominion government pur- chased some years ago. Every year for the -past three years a Buffalo round up has -been held on Pablo's ranch, and the animals that have to be rounded up this time are the ones that have managed to break through the corrals ,or otherwise elude their captors. They are the. pick of the whole herd, and are strong, wiry so that a hard time is expectei >efore they are -caught and shipped to wright. Howard Douglasf com- missioner of parks, is making arrange ments to go to Montana within the next few days to superintend the ship- ning of the animals. At the conclusion of the final ship- Lent of the animals he will remove his residence from Banff to Edmonton s lie has established his head- uarters, and will then go on an ex- ended -trip tvest to Jasper park in the Yellowhead Pass. POLICE CAPTURE Couple of Men Wanted for Horse Lift- ing Captured R.N.W.M.P. Medicine Hat, Alberta, Sept 16- Corporai Green, of the local Mount- ed Police, made a notable capture this morning. James Flavel, a half- who has .been living here for ,Tv montlls or so, is wanted in Prince Albert for horse stealing. The Iocs only description of th man, and a garbled version of hi name. With these slight clues th Corporal arrested the man on suspi ion, ana he owned up to the theft a once. Flavel will be sent .back t Albert to stand his trial. 1MB also rumored that the German Coleridge, who is auposed t taken Mr. R. H. White's hors the market here, has 'been cap The man exchanged the hors and rig at Irvine for another and thu threw the police off the scent fo some time. Constable Smith o th local detachment, hot on his trai however, and after following him along the Saskatchewan -boundary in to Montana, it is rumored has made a successful capture near Havre, Mont If this is true, Constable Smith ha certainly done good work. onet. Sir Edward Gordon Johnson, Bar- onet of New York. :Sir John Beverley Robinson Bar- onet of Toronto. Sir Cyril Stanley Rose, Baronet of Montreal, Sir Charles Day Rose, Baronet of Hardwick. Rev. Sir James Stuart, Baronet of Reading. Only two of these seven reside in Canada, Sir Edward Clouston, man- the Bank of and .a cleric in the C. P. R. offices at Montreal. The former is well known to Canadians. The latter is ths fifth foaronet, being descended from Sir William Johnson, British Superintendent-General' of In- dlan Affairs in North America, an You Can Clean the Top of a Sask-Alta Range With a Cloth or. a piece of paper and make it shine like, a mirror. The top of a Sask-Alta Range is burn- polished. You won't rieed the mussy stove polish that you require for your, ordinary brushes, no mits, no blackened hands no tired arms and back. This is but. one reason why the McClary 1 Steel Range 1 is the range The other reasons are in the Sask- Alta booklet .that will come to you free, from the nearest McClary .the nearest McClary agent's name and address. Write today for the Sask-Alta booklet London, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, St John, ZT.B-, -Hamilton, For, Sale MonMgnaw Co., letkbrUge' SUGGESTED CHANGES FOR PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY Winnipeg General Presbytery Would Have Genera] Assembly Com- missioners Rotate Winnipeg has passed a'.motion by icn commisaionsrs to the .-general assembly will be elected by-'rotation and that paid. .The claim Is that "'ihe present' method places- "the- .West at disadvantage and -ondfer the new' plan the commissioners -would not eligible again ior :six. years. decided to congregations to express their will on" the proposed-, church union..' TRADES UNMONISTS Sheffield, Sept.' of to the congress which Is in sessicri here, yes- terday adopted a resolution cbndemn- WANT NAME OF KERR ROBERT RETAINED Macklin, Sept A C. P. R. spe- cial train returned from Kerr Robert and .L-useland to'day. At tie auction sales of these and other townsites, all records are broken and nwirly a hundred thousand dollars worth" of property was disposed of. Building operations are already active at Kerr Robert and phenomenal development Is expected. For the convenience of purchasers the company runnin" a special east to Saskatoon tonight Kerr Robert is a great favorite with residents and purchasers and as it is rumored this naino ma- be changed a strongly worded and largely signed petition is on its way to the com- missioner at Winnipeg to the effect that this name be reained. country surrnnndiTia excelled and there is no doubt that a great commercial centre will be established here CHEROKEE INDIANS OFF ON A BIG RAMPAGE Spartanburg, the ws that the Indians on-the Chero- kee reserve in North are on a rampage in which probably se-vera BJUCU, ana uKcmrzng ne was forced to flee to save his own life, Charles Lon-g, a full Wooded Cher- okee Indian, has just arrived in Spar- tanbcrg, with his wife and six pa pooses. Long said1 that a large quantity of whisfcey was received at the'reserva- tion on Saturday the In- dians 'began a carouSSTwhlch was still under way when he on Wed- nesday morning. Quarrels arose and on Monday one of the Iirfions, Tom Woodpecker, -was fettled, and another seriously stabbed. Many other fatal- ities are feared. The ffpickly eonjths. cores colds, heals throat anct 25 appointee of Braddock's in 1755. In the Osborne judgment In which the same year he saved the colony from the French by a .victory at Lake George, and was created a baronet. It is interesting to note, in the pres- ent connection, that the second bar- onet of this line was Sir John John- son, who came to Canada with, seves hundred U. E. Loyalists, and organ- ised the Queen's Own American Reg- iment. Sir Charles Tupper and Lord Mount Stephen are two Canadian baronets whose history is well known, but the latter -has been a -baron since- 1891. Sir John Beverley Robinson- is a. name not so familiar. He is the fourth baronet, and' resides in New Jersey. His father was Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, -but the baronetcy descend ed to the present holder from a cous- in, the first 'baronet having been Sir John Beverley Robinson, Chief Jus- tice of Tipper Canada, and a hero of Queenston Heights. Sir Cyril S. Rose, Sir Charles Day Rose, and Rev. Sir James Stuart are the remaining trio of Canadian baron- ets. Sir Charles Day Rose, created 3. baronet only last year, resides in England, but was formerly in the Can- adian militia, his father having been the late Right Hon. -Sir John Rose, at oie time Finance Minister. Sir Cy- ril S. Rose, as the Tatter's eldest son, inherited the -baronetcy. Rev. Sir James Stuart Is perhaps the least familiar name in the list of Canadian baronets. He lives in England, and is the third -brother of the family to hold the title, which was created as a compliment to his father, Sir James Stuart, Chief Justice of Lower Can- ada. It is hardly likely that Sir Henry Pellatt will be created a baron. sides, Lord Strathcona and Lord Mount Stephen, Canada has but three of these. Baron Aylmer, Canada's ormer Inspector-General of Militia, and Barons de Biaquiere and de Long- ueuil, the last named the inheritor of a French title which was recognizes by Queen Victoria. Baron de Biaquiere, of whom Can- da has heard little, was born In Woodstock, OnL, but the vhich he Inherits is Irish. He was educated in the local schools of Voodstock, and was for a time a lerk in the Bank of Montreal. He ucceeded to the baronetcy in 1889, nd has since resided across the At- antic. the court of appeal decided, that trades unions cannot -contribute mon- ey for political purposes. The reso. lution declares that the decision ren- dered in this case will prevent effect- ive parliamentary- representation cf organized labor. It urges all affiliat- ed organizations to bring-all possible pressure to the government with the idea of securing a of 'the judgment and- to make it a test question at all parliamentary elec- tions. SAN FRANCISCO POLICE PERMEATED WITH GRAFT San-Francisco, Sept San Francisco police department" Is so permeated with graft that it must be completely re-organized is the sub- stance of a report sent by Mayor Mc- Carthy to the Police Commission. The communication is the first offi- cial answer complaints made re- cently '-to-the department.- In let- ter. Mayor "-McCarthy says he is-con- vinced that.the police are extending protection to "criminajg. Business of this Company, Gives first consideration to the in- terests of its policyholders. Appreciation is shown by .the fact that the present progress of the Company is, proportionately, unexcelled. W. S. SAUNDERS, PROVINCIAL M CALGARY. L. NICHOLLS, GENERAL AGENT, L ETHBRJDGE. ADMIRAL DICKENS DEAD. Oklahoma City, Okla., ear Admiral Francis W. Dickens, ho during the Spanish American war ad much to do with th-e planning of he successful naval campaign in his apacity as an assistant chief of the ureau of navigation, is dead at his ome in (New Yorfc. THE MOLSONS BANK 1, Paid Up................ Reserve Fund Head Office: Montreal. 78 Branches in Canada, SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of II and upwards received and in- terest allowed from date of deposit. U. S. and Foreign Exchange bought and sold at lowest rates.1 A G-eneral Transacted. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH DIAMOND CITY BRANCH K. D. .JOHNSON, Manager D. C. MORRISON, Manager ;