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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta '4'HE LETHD RIDGE DAILY HERALD 'TM3E man with the correct, im- pressive clothes always gets lav-' ofable attention. 'Usually his per- spna'lity matches .his clothes; He is neat, clean-cut, admirable; The men who wear FIT-RITE clothes are the smartest, most impressive men you meet. FIT-RITE garments are an out- ward success. BUGHAN THE MEN'S MAN Fifth Street South Bryan Block THING'S EDMONTON HAS BEEN EASY PICKING Mayor Armstrong Declares Hereafter City Will Contest Alt Damage Suite Edmonton, Sept., city is feet ting on a basis exactly like that of a big corporation, said Mayor Arm- strong at tthe city commissioners'' meeting. Some people seem to think at we are an easy mark ami do all they can to fleece us, but we shall contest -each claim against the pity In future. The mayor denounced the actions of certain citizens who were trying to get the city into action suits lor damages. He did not hesitate a minute after a number of letters-were read to express his views, and opined that Edmonton was getting like Phila- delphia used to foe, when the citizens, lawyers, doctors, In fact every pro- fession banded together to try and get damages froiri the city for so-called accidents. Makes Sweet, Wholesome Bread Women write" that the yeaat they-ve used makes sour bread, but White Swan Yeast Cakes makes bread sweet, light and wholesome. Sold by live grocers 6 cakes for oc. Get free isample from White Swan Spices Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Out. NOG LEFT A PECULIAR WILL Toklb, Sept. will of Gen- era! Count Maresuke Nogi was pub- lished, today. The Japanese warrior says that he follows 'the because his ser- vices are no longer required in this WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR SOME CONSIDERALE TIME R. S, Jenklni, general jupcriotfml- tttt of the C'.P.U. telegraphs at Win- nipeg, Coons, superintendent at Calgary, U. L. Howard, inspector at Cranbrook, and McMillan, inspec- tor at arrived in the city late last evening, having motored from Calgary over the Oannangay line. The party spent last night in the city and left early this morning for Medicine Hat, making the trip by The pending strike and the needed direct line from LoHibritlgc to Medi- cine Hat are the two matters upper- most in the minds of the people of this city so far as the C.P.R. tele- graphs are concerned. Concerning the .Jenkins said that he was not connected with that department, which comes directly under the rail- way management, and therefore re- fused to say anyUiing for publica- tion. As for the direct line to Winnipeg It loots an if Uetlibriilge would have to wait for that until the I.ttli- liridge-Weybuin Hue Is completed a couple of years from now. The com- pany endeavors to have one central point.in each province from which all telegraph business is controlled. Thai point in Alberta if Calgary, and no change will be made until the C.IMl. direct line to Winnipeg, vii Weyburn is completed. ..Not having visited I.cthbrldge in uayligbt for over a year Mr. Jen- kins, an old timer, who has been ov- er thirty yrs." the C.i'.n., ez- presstd himself as being especially pleased at the marked evidence of civ- ic enterprise and taste in Lethhridge. The city has become tan in streets, the possession ot paved street' cars, and modern lighting system, while the transfor- mation of the common into the beau- tiful .Gait Gardens was asubjeet of conversation with him during his whole stay here. OPPOSITION AN UNRULY BUNCH KEPT UP AWFUL DIN ,AT OPEN- ING OF THE AUSTRIAN PAR- LIAMENT Budapest, Hungary, Sept. opening Cession of the Hungarian par- liament today was marked by a wild outburst of factional feeling which oniy, was'prevented from becoming a free flght through the intervention of party leaders. The uproar began as soon as- Count- Stephen the President of the Lower House, i He was received with cries qf, deri- sion and abuse, mingled .with hissing and whistling. The president treated the opposition outburst with indiffer- ence, but, all his efforts to restore or- der were unavailing. His calls for attention onlv caused the disorder to Chief Gillespie is Dismissed (Continued from front The Board of Trade wrote aslhug ilml.a meeting be arranged between the council, the industrial committee of the Board and C. B. AlagratH oi the Lethbridge Iron Works, [without delay to consider relative to .proposed removal of the Iron Works plant to the industrial site. The Board also stated that they had the matter of the entertainment of the Duke of ConnaugM. and party ________ _ well in hand, and asked to what ex- tered the chamber, j tent they would be allowed to' ex- pend money for entertainment pur- poses. Various matters of financial inter- est came up for discussion. General Superintendent Reid, of the electrical department, wrote stating that a part of the machinery for .the IP _ Range No. 4 4 Talks Subject By The Housekeeper More Important Features break out with renewed violence not street railway department had besn a word could be heard in the chamber j received, and appended an itemized or in the press gallery above the or- ganized din. The royal decrer. opening the session was read without anybody hearing a word oi it and it followed uy what looked likely to develop into a Eree fight. An opposition member tauntingly asked a dcr-utv oi i.bF party whether he had overnmental his list of accounts which the council could have to provide for in the near Future. These accounts amounted in all to Notes 'A're Accepted The notes which the city is issuing in payment of accounts of contractors, and supply houses, are accept- n almost every -case, and- the revolver i council hopes to have the ijioney from him. This raiseil the feeling to j the sale ol the honils available by fever heat and the members were oh the time the notes fall due In Dcccm- tlie point of coining to blows when j her. Count. Julius Andrassy and the other Several of the ratepayers on 12th leaders intervened and separated the St., S., petitioned the council ailing deputies who Had threatened each that water be installed to serve them other. The tumult, however, ccntin-j this fall. The petition was referred lied. I to the city engineer. once "You may buy g 'Kootenay' range, as I. did, without a Reservoir, you want MM. Well, call on the McClury j dealer and have one sent n place provided for it on the 'Kobtenay.' Attaching'it is an easy job. stove expert screw-driver is the only tool you need. I put my Reservoir on in ft jiffy. Kootenay Steel Range has a Drop Oven makes a good shelf for sliding .things into the Oven. The handle of the door clamps Oven! leaves it open a little bit if you desire to cool it. "The 'Kootenay' Warming Closet is bigger and better than ever. The 'Lift' door allows every inch of space to be used and 1 you can depend on food nice and hot. "The Broiler Door on the 'Kootenay' __is enough to broil a r steak to perfection. can re- plenish fire through this door without disturbing cooking (on top of Range.' "It's easy to fit the 'Kootenay' with an ideal hot water HI that increase consumption in the least. "All in all you'll find the 'Kootenay' Range the best you can buy, Price is about what you'd gladly pay for a perfect cooking and baking range." LONDON A_. VANCOUVER WINNIPEG CALGARY Only a few spectators were in the j Sanitary ;er required in this' UI11> a lew spectators were in .TSUIULIUV nibpcL-iur vunancu uuee worH. He hud often longed to chamber, and'neither police or mill- j more brought up the slaughter house he added, and chooses as the o.ca-jtarv appeared, although disorder had question. He said that he had com- Biou for his departure from this life j been anticipated. pleted an inspection of all the slaugh- the present great national calamity HOW FORT WHOOP UP WAS NAMED H.A. KANOUSE DISCUSSES ORIGIN OF APPELATION THAT WOULD NOT DIE (Calgary Albert an) Once again Mr. H. A. Kanouse has locked the gates of old Fort Whoop Up, and as lie did in '68, "packed his blankets" and journeyed to other haunts. Mr. Kanouse, who construct- ed the old fort at Victoria Park from memory of the days when he and other traders took refuge therein, will depart 'for Chehalls. Wash., today; Phil who broke and drove 14 head of oxen lo a freight wagon and brought them from the Twenty- Mile, to the Stampede, is already on the return journey, nnd barring acci- dent, will reacli home by Christmas. Possibly few living men know more of the history of old Fort Whoop Up j than Kanouse, who in tbe stirring times when trading 'with the Indians and trapping was the chief industry of lower Western Cana-da. was one of the men who made the old post his home. the border about that time, and many Dion who were not Billing to have their past Investigated, 'but contrary to popular belief, Fort Whoop Up waa not the gathering place for but the honve ot traders and trappers." Mr. Kauouse again, hat n- longiug for the old land where he trapped and traded as a young man, and is casting about for an investment, and may. re- turn and take up his residence hew. MIDNIGHT IS CRUCIAL HOUR PROBABLE THAT DESPATCHERS WILL STRIKE BUT OFFICIALS PROFESS CONFIDENCE Montreal, Sept. now lbok-3 quite possible that there will be a under which the country is laboring. The document bears the date of the night of iSoptemb-or 12, twenty-four LIKELY PERISHED IN THE STORM Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. trace hours previous to the taking of hi, JIrs lite and ,t wdicato that the death j of were of the counteii.had not been decided .____ .noeing on -the Seneca River yester- day afternoon about the tlmo tfca hur- swept over Onondaga Lake aud A Mr. Smith, of Syracuse, 'wag fa- tally hurt by a trolley car, as lie was walking to the city trom a lake resort upon when the instrument was pre- pared. General Nogi distributes his pro- j the cf Salina, killing four per- perty 'among his 'wife and friends, and j sons and damaging property to the ex- makes donations to a number of pub- j tent of It is feared that "Mr. He institutions. He says that while j nnd Mrs. Madison, were drowned, his wif-e lives the house of Nngi may be maintained, that after he'f death the line will be extinct. The Port Arthur hero suggests that I after the storm. He was found near his body be given to a medical the track today with his skull fraelnr- lege, requesting that only his teeth, j ed and his right .arm severed at the hair and nails be 'burled in the grave, j shoulder. ,.._. i.j'H. Trolley service between this city j and Oawego, and 'between South Bay i and Syracuse was paralysed by ih-s BtcTin. Poles carrying telephone, tele- graph and cleeiric light wires were swept down by scores. Orders Promptly Attended To houses in the city, and had found that, from lack of water and sewer connections, they were unable lo keep the premises as clean as should be. He recommended that the council consider some proposition to reniedy this state of affairs. W. A. Henderson Co., city audi- tors, submitted a report, slating that they hud gone thoroughly into the system of accounting in the various ilcpart-mcnls, and as a result had sug- gested and rut into operation chang- es in the police, city stores, engineer- ing and street railway departments. They enclosed a bill for approximate- ly for these special services. By nay Labor The Worts and Property committee recommended the extension of the waterworks system in North I.cth- britlgc, by day labor at an expense of Tenders will bo called immediately for 200 tons oi blue joint bay for tise in the city stables. The stable lore- man reported the collection of S3G-80, weighing fees for the month of Aug- ust Tlie city solicitor recommended the settlement of K. S. .lackson'b claim "The source of Whoop Up's reputa- tion as the rendezvous of 'bad men is to a San Diego, Gal., news- paper of said Mr. Kanouse yes- terday. "The S'tory .must have more than a column, and WHB about as lurid as imagination could make it. It said that Fort Whoop Up was the rendezvous the bloodiest band of cut-throats 'that ever went unhung, Including escaped convicts, muriteTera renegades and that ilk, who pillaged and murdered Indians, stole horses and cattle, and did many other things equally as bad. It is true there were such men along the border a-t that time, but they were not a part of those who made the fore headquart- ers. "At no time were there more than sixty men at the post, and in most cases five or six traders was all that remained when the trappers and wolf- ers were out seekiug pelts. ONTARIO DEATHS St. Thomas, Sept. J. Line- I denmeu. who conducted the Argyle house at. West Lome for many years died in the hospital here last night following an operation. St. Thomas. Sept. Loneyjlar, for the amount of formerly proprietor of the Lpney House, Port Stanley, died at his home in ihat town this afternoon. Weilnud, Sept. death occur- red last night at his residence here of .Tohn Wilkinson, in his 69th year. He was born in this county and spent nearly all his life in Welland town, being a mason by trade. Sarnia, Sept. E. Gilles- pie who died iast night at his home in Pert Huron, had lived in that town 27 years, coming there with his family from St. Thomas, Ont. against' the rity fur Hooding his ccl- nelleville, Sept. Fergus- on of Gull Pond, in tbe township of Prince Edward county, -was killed on the farm of George Yeran, Yeranvillo. LAXATIVES Street Car Advertising j The advertising department of the; street railway system is in cbargo ofj Superinie-iulont of Operation Patter- j son. who has been very successful hi getting the merchants to display i their ail vert IstMiients. A spaces urn left, but thry are bt-iny arc entirely different from cthsrs licth in their composi- tion and ihnir evacuation without purging or discomfort. 25c. a box ct your druggist's. Strike called of telegraph operators all along the line.. TUe nieu.have been in session hero all day and have discussed their greivatices with the of- ficials of the company but so far ;out results. The principal demand of the men are for an increase.1 of pay with shorter working hours and unless these are grunted today it is more likely that strike will be called tomor- row. The Canadian Pacific officials however, stated tbfiay kitchen chairs. 3 rockers 1 washstand 4 pairs hall 1 large refrigerator, nearly new. One clock. 1 blacU robe. I arey robe A large quantity of dishes, glass ware and lamps, r. doze a hens. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;