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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Scpk-.iuhci-20. THE LRTIIBIM'DG'KDAILY IIKKALD Page a IFOR MAKING SOAP'! WATER! I REMOVING OLD PAINTl PDISINFECTING SINKS PDISINFECTING SINKSj I FOR MANY OTHER PURPOSES! I THE STANDARD ARTICLE! PSOLD' EVERYWHERE I Promised Justice to', British (Continued from Trout page) has set a dillleuit, task to those whose duly it Is to make maps mid now here as the task lias boon imposed in harder fashion than on the Pacific coast. "Villages ami towns are founded end rapidly grow out of all knowl- edge and despite the warnings of pes- simists yolir towns and cities eon tin- He, to increase and to justify by their fjotinil prosperity the anticipation of those who planned them and backed it-heir belief by investing in them. wish is that North Vancouver inay always have her share in the prosperity and completion of goveru- itt'liich is to join to account, may pt-il! further its progress and itevelop- ;A! Handsome Cheque President 'A. A. Smith, of the of Trade, handed the Duke a cheque for collected in aid of ihe Victorian Order Ot Nurses. The school children' theu'saiig "Can- sda" and the "ftUple" Leaf" after the Dufco presented the. Qovni- nor-General's medal for general pro'i- fciency in North Vancouver public schools to Miss Beatrice Parris. A iiumber oi North Vancouver residents iivore then presented 'to their Royal (Highnesses after which tho Duke in- spected the boy scouts and then ic- t'elved tho of Indians. The in reply said J- am very happy to receive your iiddress of and your words ot loyalty to the King, which I shall (iaVe great transmitting ito His Jttajesty, King George V. "1 am, glad to-hear your expres- sions of satisfaction at tho country which you live and I trust that thq enquiry now being conducted by ihe commissioners may rssult in justice being done........' "Tt Is ever the desire of the King fend the Imperial .Government as of Jnyself and of my government to itreat all British subjects fairly and ito their best advantage. Circumstanc- es sometimes cause rtifferenees among somo of the population, but provided the public you have in the good faith of .their rulers, the matter of complaint: .will quickly be adjusted in accord- ance with justice and the law of the land. "I thank you tor your good wishes myself, and my. family on our long journey and pray that, the Indians of British Columbia may always con- tinue to happy and prosperous llris beautiful country, which has been the home of their ancestors for so many generations.'1 The Indians' head man ami chiefs then.presented io the Duke, the Duchess and Princess Patricia. Garden and Field Products (Continued from front pagol heat Tor conduct by his driver, not iJurmiSBablo by, the rules, and us tho four contestants in th-e race righting a rather oven imttle, things were getting interesting in the laat round, when, comiUK the liomo stretch at'a the s-ec- ond horse. Onward Leo, drlvon by Han stninblfMi, going to his knees; tlm third horse, Richard, driv- en by Or.. being HO el behind 'that hu could, not dodge the leader, the, wheels of the two snlkeya locked, and both horses and drivers 'were hidden In'si liloud or dust In'ihe twinkling of an eye. Dan Burton was coming close behind and ran over the corner of th-e pile of dust, horse mul man, but eiiino through without being thrown from his snlkey. Every.body held their breutli until it was seen that, no ono was killed, and a little later 11. way found that no one was hurt, noi even the horses. A lit- tle damage to sulkies, and posiiio meut of the finish the race until morning; was the result. A Lacrosse Bout Another most interesting was the lacrosse match between Cran- brook and Nelson. People who, have watciied the Westminster and Vancouver teams play, say that today's game was an ex- CRptionally good exhibition of. ihe game. The' teams well balanc- ed, and the game 'well fought through- out. The home team won from their visitors by a score of 0-4, and only one player was penalized throughout the game. Mayor Hatch not Likely (Continued from trout ONTARIO DEATHS Toronto, Sept. death oc- curred smittenly -today of T. H. George for many years a well known Yonge street business man. M rs, George, who is at present In England, was cabled, and is leaving by the first available vesnel. Toronto. Sept, camo sud- denly to Hugh Gliisa Sr.. at his sum- mer home at Long Hr.-inch. Sir. Glass was 70 years of Toronto, Sept. Lee. ;i pion- ror resident of Walker-ton, died here j esterday, aged 79. St. Catharines, Sept. Xcs-, tor. a well known resident, died Sim-[ day after a Ions Illness. For many years he was lock tender at lock 2 on the old canal, and afterwards he wn engaged in the towing business along the canal before the new canal WHS constructed. A grown up family sur- vive. Toronto. Sept. Vin- cent, llynie. for W years connected (he Canadian postal service, died yesterday. .Mr. Hynie spent inoHt of his post oilico car-err with tho rail- way mail service. Toronto, Sept. Hut-' ton J.P.. aged 08, a pioneer of York county, n Conservative and Onmge- inan and Loyalist, died at bis resi- dence, Kingwocui. Marham township, on Saturday, Ho was son of spite of the experiences of this year's council. Aid. Bowman, Ashcroft and Aird .complete their terms on Dee. 31. Will they run again? Aid, Bowman has intimated time and again that lie will leave munici- pal affairs to others next year, and look .after his own affairs. It is problematical whether or not he will be inVthe licld. In any event it is pretty certain- that he will bis eye is the mayoralty chair if he enters the affray-at; all. Aid. Ash- croft will be in the field. He will he-out again as the labor man's can- is believed thai he will add another plank to his platform this is that the press bt allowed to attend every meeting of the council whether committee uv otherwise, lie fought a good fight in the police committee meeting the other night on that very question. He did not win, but he had his say. Aid. Aird will likely tie in the field again, and will fight it out on this year's record. Some Good Men There will be new blood ia the field a-plenty. One man's name is being frequently mentioned these days, and that is Arthur Hayr. Me bi-iiovt's that there should be a stronger rep- resentation of the retail merchants on the council, and he will take up the fight on that ground. W. J. Nelson is also spoken of in this connection, i and it is likely the Business Men's association will back his can- didacy if he enters the field. Frinuds him to stand tor aldermanic honors, of II. A. McKillop are also asking hut so far he absolutely refuses to consider the proposition. Ti. E. Arthur lias definitely announced his intention of running. This is early for municipal election talk, but, it been brought on by the feeling ot unrest in municipal cir- cles which has been particularly mark- ed sinco the police investigation v as sprung six weeks ago. There is one thing almost certain and that is that there will he a citi- zens' slate this year. An, efTort, is being made to form a Municipal Lea- gue or to revive the now demised Citizens' League. That one of the other will bp done ii certain, ami they will have a full slate in tlm field. North l.evhbridge Man North Lethhridge must not he over- looked in talking municipal matters. They made a good fight last; vear, and got one of their men on the coun- cil board. They believe he has done aood work for the north side has been Hiven more actual improvements this year than ever before. But they be- lieve that their population is large enough to warrant them having two men in the council, and H would not bo surprising to see either ex-Aid. Fraynn or A.'Gilmore in''the field. It will he either one or the other, but not both. The North Lethhridtie JUDGE REFUSED TO SIGN ORDER DISPUTE OVER TERMS OF WILL LEAVING LEGACY TO THE CHURCH LOCAL MAN WILL LAND THE PLUM BUT OUTSIDERS ARE NAMED FOR CONSERVATIVE NOMINATION IN CARLETON COUNTY 'Ottawa, Sept. Sir James Grant has been suggested an a candidate for Parliament from Carleton county. Dr. HobertBon, formerly principal of Mac- donaltl College, and P. Ross, editor of the Ottawa Journal, are also men- tioned. Sir James Grant is an octogenarian. Toronto, .Sept. 20. Chancellor Uoyd refused to ratify a settlement between the residuary lugatees under the will of the late Mrs. K. B. Me- Neill of Niipanee and Ihe Roman Catholic Kpiscopa! corjioratiori of the diocese of Kingston. In her will, Mrs. McNeill provided that unless she oiTiertTaro of tho opinion thai a local had already spent (hat amount dur-; man gct the honor, as the county 'ing her lifetime in repairing and re- i is so overwhelmingly Conservative, novating St. Patrick's church, Kapan-jahd there are a number of prominent ee, the sum of was to be giv-i Orango families with political ambi- cu tin; church to ho applied to that Lioils- H outsider is named it will Mrs. McNeill spent, some j be because Premier Bordeu especially my, before her death in R' and evon the" there fine new fiitures in the church, and the legatees maintamed that this amount should be deducted j from tlie legacy. The church de- manded Alter some correspondence the other beneficiaries decided to consent judgment accord-! friend of Premier Borden, .while Dr. irigly. He refused and directed that Robertson Is not known as an active there should be no costs of the pro-j partisan. Sfr James Grant is too old cccclmgs before him out of the be considered seriously, tale, lie told the parties they could settle what they liked, but he would ho. a local man in the field, Garland, of Hintonburg. who contested the nomination with the late Ed. Kldd, is the likely man. The Conservative ma- jority is about So Tar as the outsiders named are concerned, P. P. Koss is an intimate Carleton F Conservatives iu the past have accepted outside representation, with not be a party as he believed the good grace, but have generally been church had got more.than it was en- j ers titled to. amenable to orders from headquart- TO BUILD IN TORONTO CANDIDATES MULTIPLY Toronto, Sbpt. Swift Co., i Calgary, Sept. 20.-K they stand by or Chicago, will shortly erect a large !tllolr' to tMr friends, warehouse and packing, plant the 1 two more citizens-Aid. R. S. Whaldy city. This afternoon the Grand Trunk and W- J' TTegillus-will enter tho contest for the mayoralty next year. Both are .said to have told their friends in decisive' terms that they Hallway Co., acting for the Swift Co., asked-the Board of Control to sell the old registry office, on which the Swift Co. will erect a build- ing. No definite action was taken. BURGLARS AT CHATHAM Chatham, Out, Sept. by the noise made when they blew open the safe in the Maple Creamery Co.'s office this morning, the burglars bolt- ed, leaving the money strewn all over the floor. The explosion was hoard several blocks away. PRACTICALLY UNANIMOUS Havre, Sept. general con- federation of labor which is holding would contest the position H. F. McLACHLAN DEAD One of Canada's leading lumbermen, H. P.-McLachlan, of Arnprlor, died at his home last week. His loss will be keenly felt the Ot- tawa Valley, where he was one of the u-est known and 'highly respected fig- ures in the community. What Mrs. S- Says "Words are useless to express the wonderful magic of White Swan Yeast. Bread? Why we never had RAISE SNAKES FOR OIL KING WORKERS START NEW "INDUS- TRY" IN ORDER TO GET BOUNTY Tarrytowh, N. Y., Sept. John D. Rockefeller has been bunkoed, When Mr. Kockefollcr secured his OUU acri's of land at J'ocuiitico H-ills lie found that it was infested by iliou.sand.s of snakes, and John D. is afraid of snakes. Accordingly he had his superintend- ent post a notice that lie would pay 25 cents for every snakcskin brought in by the workmen; The Italians saw a chance for easy money, and great was the death rate of snakes on the; Rockefeller estate. Italians made money so fast that they were threatened by Black Hand agents. The crop was good and the money harvest was big. No one knows how many thousand snakes paid Ihe penalty for trespassing on the Rockefeller estate, but when the last spring season opened the snakes were almost extinct- The Italians hunted high and low, hut few if any snakes were discovered. Great was the disappointment. It was hard to lose tho velvet of former years, so one. bright Italian suggested that they capture some snakes, even if they had to go to other places for them, and start a hatchery. Well, this is what they did, and business began Lo 'pick up again. Supt. Briggs was puzzled as to where all the snakes were coming from, for in his daily travels he commented, on the entire absence of reptiles. Still the Italians were bringing in the snake skins and collecting. He was suspicious. lie set a trap discovered that the Italians were raising them. The guilty Italian lab- orers were discharged and a new scheme is to lie thought out. MISS WHl WAS PLUCKED San Francisco, Sept. Lucy Good While, the first woman in Cali- fornia to receive a judicial nomina- tion, failed today to pass her bar ex- aminations. Miss White, who is a Socialist; received in the recent non-partisan judicial primary. She was a court reporter in Virginia for many yenrs, and has devoted con- siderable time to the study of law. NOW A HOUSEHOLD NAME So widely and favorably known is Blue Ribbon Tea that it has be- come a household name in Western Canada. "Blue Ribbon" means the leader, the first prize and the tea lives up to that name. If it does not fully satisfy YOU your grocer will refund your money. SHAKESPEARE OUT OF DATE Sydney, Sept. Lord Mayor of Sydney, in reply to a deputation from the New South Wales Shakespeare BO- this week, said that, al- though Shakespeare was a nice thing for the educated man, "the general public wants something more dra- ma, burlesque and extravagan- za than of solid, inspiring plee- es. The great preponderance of the added Sydney's' first citizen, "go for' light lit- erature instead of ponderous reading." BEN CRIPPS IS BADLY INJURED NOT MUCK TO WORRY OVER International Falls, Mlim. Sent. 18. Forced to go by train to Warroad, Minn., where the next session of the International Waterways Commission. is being held, because despite the heavy rains, lialny River is not nav- igable for even small crafts. Chair- man Tawney, remarked that there did not appear to be enough water- iy to worry about and the commis- sioners of both countries are inclined to view navigation on Rainy River under present physical conditions, a' negligible quantity. WELL KNOWN OLD TIMER VYA3 VICTIM OF REGRETTABLE ACCIDENT A regrettable accident the North Ward last evening, about six o'clock, 'when Ben Grippi, 60 yeara of age, residing at 608 Fourteenth street, an old-timer, who bai driven over the plains in this'vicinity for past twenty-eight years, unstained, se- vere Injuries to bis back. Mr. Cripps was driving across Sixth avenue with a load of hay, la com-' pany with A'be Hysop, when the reach 'broke, and both men went under to fix it. Without warning the prou gave way, bringing tue; full weight down upon Mr. Cripps' back, who waif rendered unconscious. Dr. Thomp- son was summoned and bad the jured man conveyed to the Gait pital, where he lies in a critical ditiou. Mr. Cripps is a familiar fig. the North Ward, and the affair- has east, quite a gloom over the dis- trict. The old man had no chance whatever to save himself. Every Home Should Have A Get Yours Now! The VICTROLA is the marvellous musical instrument which will reproduce in your own home the voices of the world's greatest singers, includ- ing Caruso, Melba, Tetrazzini and many others, with such absolutely human and lifelike effect that you actually feel the presence of the living artist. THE VICTROLA is a constant source of the most pleasing entertainment and an absolute home necessity. VICTROLAS are from up and are sold on easy payments of as low as a week if desired. Double sided records are 90 cents for the two selections. Over 5000 records to choose from. Free demonstrations at any of "His Master's Voice" dealers. Send for free copy of oar 300 page Musical Encyclopedia. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited. MONTREAL A FULL LINE Of O SHORT-LIVED FREEDOM Vancouver. Sept. Davis alias O'Hay and Alice Duvis, his wife, who were arrested in Toronto recent- ly charged hi connection with the rob- bery of the Bank of Montreal at Westminster a year ago were dismiss- ed this morning by Magistrate Ed- monds of Westminster. Counsel for the bank stated that there waa noth- ing to comn-ct the prisoners with the robbery, aiid accordingly withdrew The nmcistrate toi'I the Ratepayers1 association will support j coupU> iluit tlwy could iio, but ilu-y thr candidacy of one man, and they see to i! tluil hi: is elected. A branch of a largo Tin lied States nuilkable iron company is to be Io- cjited at Guelph. htui uoi. lort tho dock till they nxi rresled and placed in custody. The new charge ol' Iinving stol- en money in tho city of Toroirto. Tliey will bo tiikon hack to Toronio noxi io suuid We carry the only fyll and complete stock of Victrolas and Victors in the city, together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Parlors to-day son Rise Dominion Block Lethbrtrlge Phone 126S New Whitney Block ;