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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. September results beca use purest -in quality; try it and see. THE LETmmiDGE DAILY HERALD GRANDMASTER 0. O. F. IS FLOURISHING IN BRITISH VISIT TO HOSME'R NO NAVAL POLICY YET At Banquet Premier Prom- ised to Meet House in November o- Hosmer, 'Sept. Grand alas- ;ter of the- Independent Order of Odd fellows of B. C., paid his anmml visit to Hosmer on Saturday availing last when Maple Loaf Lodge held, a spec- ial meeting In honor of his visit. A most satisfactory report was presented by the Grand Waster on the continued growth of Oddfellowshtp, especially in the jurisdiction of British Columbia, the. Increase iu membership as compared :With other Jurisdictions was ,vory encouraging. Among the visitors .were Brs. Mills, P.G, of Fergus Lodge, Bro. Dudloy, of Mount Fernie Fernie; and Bro. Thos. Smiley of Hosmer. During the past week the Grand .Waster paid visits to the Lodges in Fernie, Cbrhln and Michel, and this week is continuing his visits around the districts of Nelson, slocan Ciiy, etc. .HAS PTOMAINE POISONING Toronto, Sent. Frederick 'Fenton', one of the leading physicians in Toronto, -was brought home in a special car, suffering from ptomaine poisoning, contracted while on a motor trip to Hhode Island with his .wife. Tho village of Hagersvillo carried ifhe bylaw the Hydro-Electric by ii majority of 132. against. Only four votes Montreal, Sopt. definite and detailed Information regarding tho naval situation, which tho Imper- ial government had been asked for, would he in his by the end of next week', and that this information Would lie at "once submitted to' tin. Cabinet, and a plan at action in con- nection with tho navy question drawn up, which plan would bo submitted Im- nredlately to the Canadian parliament, which will be called together in No- vember, 'was tho announcement made by Premier Uorden at the banquet tendered him at the Windsor Hotel, 'to celebrate his return from Great Britain and the victory ol his party a year ago. Hundreds of pro- minent Conservatives attended tho banquet, at In accordance with tho Premier's wish many mem- bers of his Cabinet and -the leaders of other provinces were present. The Premier spoke at length on his visit to England, on the administra- tion of his party since coming into power, and in defence of the attitude of 'the Conservative party in Uon with many public questions. High Protection Joy The banquet was not to celebrate the defeat of the Liberals, but to commemorate the triumph of the na tional policy, and' to celebrate the announced determination of the Can- adian people to retain and keep safeguard the commercial and fiscal autonomy of tnis country. Other speakers besides government in Canada at its first ses- sion ever put forward so much prac ticable and reasonable legislation, the public welfare of Canada, those measures we proposed last ses sion." He 'then reviewed the proposals the measure to aid agriculture, the Manitoba grain act, the administra lion of the Transcontinental, with an eulogy of Major Leonard; the higl. way improvement which, lie de- clared, would again oe brought up and extended, and again sent to the Senate, and the tariff commission." Mr. Borden then spoke of his visit to England, and declared: "I told the people of Great Britain that 'we In Canada, had sharply dis- .inguished between two :irst that of grave changes confront- ug tho Empire which might demand certain consideration at our hands, while the other was the more com- plex and difficult, .the question of per- manent co-operation in the defence of the Empire, which would be brought about in that regard. "And I ventured to tell the people of the Mother Country that, if I un- .derstood the spirit of Canadian peo- ple aright, Canada did not propose to be an adjunct even of the British Empire, "And, speaking at a great .many places, before parliamentarians, be- fore the Royal Colonial Institute, th London Chamber of Commerce, an before an audience of five thousan people at Glasgow, no statement.th_ T made was more warmly received o f more 'enthusiastically applauded tha the statement that with co-operatio iu Imperial defence, must also com a certain voice with Canada in se tliug the' issues of peace and war." Mr. Borden then made the an nouucenien't that parliament woul open In November, and that by tha time, following the receipts of d NEW Victor Records By the Finest Military Band in the World. THE BAND OF inn; HANJJ OF sH.M. Coldstream Guards Conducted by Ueut. Dr. J. Mickenile Rojin, M.Y.O., London. 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Robert Rogers, minister ot the interior, was given a great ovation in which the words "Bob" am! "Ro most heard. After refer ring to September 21 last, he said lhat recent events had justified even argument used in the last election against the reciprocity pact. Theii I'riends of the Opposition were stil saying that there was a strong feel ing developing in Canada in favor of reciprocity. They made this claim with particular reference to the West- em country, and supported their ar- gument with a reference to the re- cent election, which took place in Saskatchewan. "Lot me tell said Hon. Mr. forcibly, "as a "Western man, acquainted with Western conditions, mid responsible to the Western peo- ple, that I deny the existence of any sentiment that is either real or hon- est." The lion, minister said that the ef- forts of tho Liberal press were now directed toward exciting race, relig- ions, class and language contentions, and contrasted that with "the tradi- tional policy of the Conservative party, so 'well carried on by the pre- sent Premier, to place at all times and under all circumstances, the bos interests of the country before those of party." OURTEEN REDMEN WERE CONVICTED LICENSE DEPARTMENT WATCHED FOR INFRACTIONS OF LAW AT STAMPEDE Bdmonton, Sept. close upon the murder of a Mounted Police officer, near Brooks, who was shot down while in pursuit of some Indian offenders, the attention of the Attorney-General's department 'was wrought to tliis occurrence through a circular letter from the Department of Indian Affairs at Ottawa, and a let- ter accompanying it, asking for the co-operation of the At-tc-rney-GeueraPs Department of Alberta, ill the suppres- sion of this ciusa of trouble and noro particularly in connection wiUi he large gathering of Indians of var- ous tribes at Stampede at Cal- gary, early in this month, when sev- ral thousand Indians encamped in nd around Calgary, to enjoy and par- ticipate in one of tho greatest thol ays and pow-wows ever i he Canadian West, and where Roya y reviewed the Indian pageant an., ob-nobbed with the Indian digntai The request for co-operation be ween tho I.wo departments was me y Attorney-Oeneral Cross referrin. 'SOME HA'E MEAT, AMD GANNA EAT" TO RAISE STANDARD OF HARNESS RACING London, Bug., Sept. the objocl. of raising light harness rac- ing to the high standard prevailing In Iho Ij'nited States, the Londoi Trotting club has heen organized. WANT IT IN POLITICS St. Catharines, Ont.. Sopt. executive of the.-St. Catharines Can- adian clnl) decided not. to endorse the memorial to the effect thai tin: naval question bo taken out of noli- tics. So Bobby Burns tersely describes the ch, but still poor, dyspeptics. But their isc is not now so desperate ms when urns wrote. For the man who has the ood now can eat without suffering for it, if he just follows the meal with a Na-Dni-Co Dyspepsia Tablet. These remarkable tablets banish the troubles of the chronic man who is sufferer from heartburn, gas on tuc stomach or occa- sional indigestion. You can eat henrty meals of wholesome digest them, yon take Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets. Compounded byexperlehemists, after probably the best formula known to medical 'Science, they are quick and certain iu their action, giving prompt. relief from all forms of stomach trouble, toning up and strengthening the digest- ive organsaud bringing aboutpcnnanent cures. A man isnostrougertlianhisstomach. Fit yourself for your best work by taking Na-Drn-Co Tablets. gac. at your druggist's. National Drag nud Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, AloutreiU. 11A the Indian Department's request t the Liquor'License branch. Chie< L- cense Inspector Forster detailed this particular 'branch of Stampede work to Provincial Detective Hodoldns, wjii employed half-a-dozen men to assis him, two of them Indians and two half-breeds. The result of the .work 'was that there were fourteen con victions of Indians for imbibing too freely, and two convictions of half- breeds for supplying liquor to In- dians. Iu both the latter offences thefa were prison terras of three months inflicted. Sixteen offences among a large num her of Indians, under such circum- stances, does not appear to he an un- reasonably large proportion, and would stand favorable comparison with 'the number of similar offences among the white section of Calgary's population during Stampede week. It is, in fact, an outstanding com- ami con- the life-work and de- votion of Rev. John McDougall, Rev. Archdeacon Timms. Rev. Father La- combe and others, who have labored among the Western Canadian Indians for many years. There are always some men who so far neglect their duty to their neighbor, who for the purpose? of gain and greed, will en- deavor lo debase themselves and de- bauch tho Indians, and it was this class that was particularly watched by the Liquor License Department men during Stampede week, and tho energy of these men and their Indian "specials'" had no doubt much to do With minimizing this particular class of lawlessness. During the Stampede, in addition to this work, officers of the License De- partment obtained convictions against one man for running a gambling game on the exhibition grounds, and againpt two negroes, each charged with sell- ing liquor without a license. Fines of 5100 were inflicted in each of these three cases. WOULD REDUCE NUMBER YARDS SENSIBLE BUSINESS MOVE IS RE- PORTED FROM'WARNER- STATION AGENT RE- SIGNS RESIGNED AS PATRIOTS Constantinople. Sent. a meeting yesterday of the Armenian Nations! Assembly, the resignations of ho Patriarch and the members of tho ay coimcil were nimomieed. This ac- ion was taken ns a protest a gains, he apathy of the government in tho aco of continued -assassination of Ar- lenians. Warner, Sept deal is report- ed on foot whereby the Citizens' Lum- ber Co., and Becker Yates Lumber Co., will take over .the stock and build- ngs of the McMillan Lumber Co. A rumor has it that Becker Yates Will buy out the-McNeely Lum- Co. In that event Warner will iave two lumber yards more sensible number than four. Charley Walker left this week for Calgary where he will engage with he Alberta Pacilic Elevator Co. Alias Helen Jlosedale left this week or St. Charles, accompanied by Miss ohnson, who has been visiting at the 3t. Charles farm for some weeks. D. R. Yates went to Lethbridge on Thursday evening on business, return- ing this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Walker are the. happy parents of a baby ber IS. Both mother and babe .are doing finely. Frank Alcorn has resigned Iiis. posi- tion at the C. P. H. station and leaves soon to take up his homestead duties in, Montana. Harry Pugh has accept- ed the position at the station, Mr. and Mrs. Barrows, father and mother of lira. R. G. Oliver, and .Miss Stilhvell, neice of Mrs, Oliver's, loft for Judas Pass, Montana. Tuesday morning. Air. and Mrs. Oliver ac- companied them as far as Coutts. The rain this week was unwelcome just now, but it has cleared again.and cutting Is being finished. If the weather holds good, threshing will ba continued about Tuesday or "Wednes- day. LICENSE INSPECTOR RESIGNS IN DISGUST Durham, Sept'. Davis, South Grey's license inspector, has resigned his post, his duties to cease on October 1. The poor pay allowed for the position and the dissatisfac- tion of the temperance people, who claimed he was not doing ftls full duty, were the chief causes of tho resignation. It is understood that Wm, Allen Egremout township has been appoint- ed in Mr. Davis' place. HE HAS LEFT TOWN Winnipeg, Sspt. warrant was ssued today for tho arrest of John TcLcod, charging him with between five and six- thousand dol- irs from the Manitoba Bleviuor Co. lc left town days ago. Better Equipment MEANS Better Service is equipped to do your Particular Printing in a most efficient and satisfactory manner. PHONE 1252 for your next rush order. ;