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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lmrmUiy. September The Reason Why You put into every article you experience, knowledge and skill. We have put into Alberta s Best Baking Posvdef our effort. If you the same care In the select.on of NOGI'S FUNERAL TOOK PLACE TODAY SBRITISH OFFICERS CARRIED OE- CORATIONS BESTOWED ON DEAD GENERAL BY THEIR SOVEREIGN VANCOUVER IN Tokio Sept. IS.-The double fuitcr- oi General Marsuke Xogi, supreme councillor ot Japan, and his ,vas held to- the Countess Nogi, -day with impressive ceremonies NO ONE WAS TO BLAME FORIT Caving in of Mine on Gengembre Was Pure- ly Accidental Cols-man. Sept: -iS.-Tue coronff's jury empanelled to look into causes which led to the death ot Kmili- CicusL-mbn-, a miner who was 'killed in the Cat conduit'- mine Tues AH DlfC" day. -ll oVlock'tliiB after- (jLAU MOO Lon in the H.N.W-M barracks The hearing was before A. M. Mot- GOVERNOR-GENERAL AT COAST CITY Vancouver, Sept. perfect weather, Vancouver presented bril- liant spectacle NO STRIKE OF THE TELEGRAPHERS C. P. R. AND ITS DESPATCHERS REACH AGKEEMENT MUT-. UALLY SATISFACTORY A Wto ol this and a taste of thai. day lonj, dulli the sppctilo and weakens the fliff-stlnil Rcstote your stomach to healthy vigor by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet ilKr Bich out Ihc 'piecine'. Na-DrU-Co TableU arc the best friends (or sufferers from Indigestion dyspepsia. SOc. a Boi at your Druggist's. Made: by the National Dm? Hid Chemical Co. of Canada. Limited. Montreal. Sept. l.s.--Nesotlatiuus bvtween Iliu 0. I'. 11. and tors was brought, w a practical con- elusion when an ap-cement was nr- rived ut which was accepted as satis, factory iiy tho rupi-osuutalives of tho men. Tho whole matter is compli- cnted. and will not be reduced to a formal imreemeu'l until somntlme to- day. The Irrotul outlines of the settle 1 incut liro that the men stall be grant ed nit increaso of 12 per rent. I" then inelmlins n 12 P" cent, increase for overtime work, while their honrb or work will be EXPER1? ARE VERY POOR GUIDES Woodrow Wilson Warns People Against Over- Confidence in Com- when they returned with the follow- ing verdict "We, the jurors CHIT panelled to rentier a verdict as to the i Lethbridge. Vhe evidence brought out establish _----------------- cd beyond the shadow oi a doubt o( the o! Clengem c-ral. the Duchess of Conuaugut Princess Patricia made Uieir that no blame could te attached to the mine numaEement. Every precail- ;a n, t-onunuent _. mot fall oi the rock from the root wrn'a cemetery in the presence at i Thousands oi people- thronged "Geugcn.brc was simply of those-unfortiinatc circuiustiiuc- the streets through which Rojal, f iotcsccll ,lor party proceeded on. their way__horn bre, who was killed by the fall lock in the CarbontUle mines OT Tues- day, Sept. 17, tint! that 'deceased came lo his death by the fall of a rock ami or was We on a gun carriage, j the CIM the casket containing the body "bf the Countess was carried in a hearse. Decorations which had been bestow- ed upon General Nosi by the ruler oi Great Britain were carried in the procession by British officers. address of. welcome was pre- of Connaught's The remedied. live tons and undetuchalilc. 97, F." Powers 97, A. Living- _____ 5, K. MacPhee 35, F. Camp- narbOr also participated in the demon- High. School Exams The results ot the High school sreekly examination were as follows FRENCH GRADE 1X.-A. Dunham per cent., D. Marrs 100, R. Kaaki stono vtff hell 91, D. Murray 92, F. Dunsworth 91 L. Cascaden 90, M. Donaldson 88, 8S, E. Frame 87, C. Parry 86, L. Uunsworth 84, A. Reid S3, it. Ximmons 82, V. Bourns 81, H. Cameron 79, K. -Grant 77, R. West 66, R. Conibear 26. ARITHMETIC GRADE X. C. Price 81 per cent, J. Pipes 81, H. -Johnson SO, K. Virtue 70, G. Wat- son 65, M. Hunt 53, M. Marrs 51, M. Richard? 50, ,1. Wood 48. GEOMETRY GRADE XI-L. aberry 86 per cent, J. King SO, X. Eascaden 36, G. Macbeth 3-1. I LITERATURE GRADE XII. L. Eascaden 01, H. Gray Bentley ,79, A. Morgan 7S, R. Armstrong 71, i own regiment stood lit salute, and the imental band played the National Anthem as the Royal train rolled in ac 3 o'clock. They passed beneath ten magnifi- cent arches. Flags fluttered every- where, there was an extraordinary profusion of streamers and bunting, and both sides o: the streets w-ere festooned with wreaths of evergreens and flowers. All the decorations were most elaborate, but what gave the oc- casion its character was the mass of humanity, block after block, on both sides, with all the windows of the buildings filled with people, and peo- some sale and attach no blanie to any person persons whatever." Eniile Gensembrc was aged 39 years and eight months. Me was horn in Ancl'.el, France, was married but had no issue. The. .funeral will occur to n.wrow (Thursday) at four o'clock the afternoon, and will under Hie The following witnesses were j imincd mil testimony I immediate charge of Coleman Lodge, V Connolh testified to having X0: 30 I. 0. 0. F of which order been c-illed to the Carbondale mines deceased was a member. llic Mineib- shortly heiore 1 o'clock Tuesday on Union will altend the luneral m a body. missions Sioux Cily, Iowa, Sept. sltpDOrt for Dr. Harvey Wiley in his controversy over enforcement K wnilo uieir the pure food laws of the coutVLry reduced from an e! stood out prominently- In n speech by J ITUHl-tU it til____ ..1 .1... about 12 o clock TJfllT police, who litMl been sum- everything seemed in a saie work ug t I condition was in the ciltrv when nioned, appeared in the chamber, ilie common, 1 told that a man had been Killed m room 55 hurried there Iound the man lying back in the room knelt and examined him to sco if there were any signs ot life helped I o car- ry him to till! surface. Asked by Mr. Aspinali, "Were you in the room he- lore the accident'.'" he replied, "Yes, and everything appeared to he all imposition deputies left the hall body and the ministerialists carried the business heiore tlie house. SASKATCHEWAN MEDICAL MEN HcRina. election of the second provincial medical council of Saskatchewan was announced to- day, tiie old council being re-elected, with the exception that Or. McCtillough of .Moose Jaw takes the place of Dr. Kelly of Swift Current. The follow- ing is the. council: A. Thomp- son, Retina, president; Dr. Young, Saskatoon; Dr, Irving, Yorltlon-, Dr. A. H. Ouen. Orenfell, Sask.; Dr. Eagle- sham, Woybtirn, and Dr. .McCullougli, Mooso Jaw, No other evidence being forthcom- ing and no one present expressing a desire to cross-examine any of the witnesses, the case was given to the, jury M. (J. (ioodvvv, foreman fico. A. Clair, Nat. Orr, V. V'.dwards, .Icihn .loliiison and Charles Ouiniette. .The jury win out about 15 minutes "The first thing a woman notes about a range is its ap- pearance. You cannot evade that fact, you cannot afford to ignore it. The appearance of a range is of great import- ance to every housekeeper, and our biggest range makers know it. "For instance, look at this out closer mands investigation. LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG :ot "And yet, the beauty of the 'KOOTENAY' Steel Range is quiet and refined showing real artistic merit on the part of the designers. "The nickel adornments are famed 'Duplex' nickelling process makes for lasting beauty. Combine this with .the beautiful, smooth, burnished surfaces of this range that stay as smooth as pol- ished plate glass, and you can eas- ily realize why delighted users call the'KOO- TENAY'Steel Range the most beautiful of all ranges. "Yet, the'KOO- TENAY'is easily kept clean because the carving is big and bold none of that elaborate, superfine tracery which is such a heart- breaking feature of common ranges and so difficult to clean. p do not say that a beautiful appearance is the important essential but it is of primary importance, because we note it first. The Oven is the important the subject of our next talk. .'And you.can take it for granted, that the Oven of the 'KOOTENAY' is in keep- ing with its handsome appearance." ANCOUVER ST. .1OHN, N. B. HAMILTON CALGAUY ;