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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETnBRTlteE -DAILY HERALD Tuesday, SeploinluM' 21, 12 J i !i i Lowney's7 shows you How cocoa ought to taste 'PART OF THE COMING NAVY Canadian Liners to Have Cruiser Sterns and to be Armed TRY WEDNESDAY'S DINNER At the GRILL CAFE 410 Fifth Street, South, Two doors north of Morris MENU Tomato Royal Baked Salmon Trout Au Gratia 35e. Pickled Pig's Feet with Sour Kraut, 25c. New England Boiled Dinner. 25c.. Saute Steak with Mushrooms, 30c. Stewed Breast of Veal with Cauliflower, 1'rime Rita of Beef and Yorkshire Pudding, 30c. Roast Leg of. Mutton, with Jelly, 3Ge. Extra Cut Beet or .Mutton, 40c. Steamed Creamed or Mashed Potatoes Buttered Cabbage Steamed Fruit Pudding, Wine Sauce Apple, Prune or Banana Pic Tea, Coffee, Milk, Breat! and Butter served Free with Fish or Meat Orders. Private Sale Of High Class Household Fur- niture Including 1 kitchen table. 2 chairs 1 parlor suite, 3 piece Mahog- any 1 leather couch 1 dining table quarter cut oak, round. 1 Mahogany parlor table I kitchen range 4 rugs, 1 velvet, 3 tapestry. 1 sewing machine 1 iron and brass bed, spring and mattress. 1 large china cabinet 1 brass bed. springs and mat- tress and other utensils. A- J. HICKS 1703 Stcond Avenue, North TEDDY SHOULD DATE HIS IDEAS BRYAN SPOKE TWELVE TIMES JN ONE DAY AT LOS ANGELES ENGLISH LOCAL TAXATION VALUES (f Tjontfon, Sept. blue book on 3ccal Nation returns for 1910-11 fcbowa how ra.tea.bla TaJue of pro- perty :4n England and Wales has in- creased. The total eross estimated rental rose from to 325, while the rueabla value ir.cr6aa- ed from S4 to In London, during the period from ..pM-HT-ihe grdss of property increased by almost and Hie rateable value nearW During the period 1897 )to 1908. the rateable value of agricultural land had fiteadily decreased. Since IMS, how- ever, there has been steady inrrrease, the result at present it is only 2." per cent, 'below the valuation in 1S97, Los Angeles. SepL J- Bryan delivered a dozen addresses in Los Angeles yesterday, although four had been scheduled..For twelve hours the Xebraskan was kept.on the go, from one meeting place to another, lu which he first spoke to women Democrats at. a breakfast ihey tender- ed Mm. An immense crowd heard him at Fiesta Park. Before reaching the park, he delivered a aeries of axl- dress'es from a motor car. Discussing Col. Roosevelt and the trusts, Mr. Bryan said: "Mr. Roosevelt says the trusts have ccme to stay, and denounces ihe Democrats for wanting to make it im- possible for" a private monopoly to exist. Mr. Roosevelt says: 'You must not try "to prevent monopoly. Just regulate k. Let it grow and it '.iierge and merge; let it consolidate and --consolidate; but watch friends, he watched it for seven and a half years, and It merged and merged, and -when h got to a doubtful point when it did not know whether it eould merge or not, it Trent to him and asked him, and he said: 'Yes, merge.' "Where Mr. Roosevelt's position is good on national issues, the Demo- crats have been there before hini. I think it la only fair Mr. Roosevelt should do with his issues like they sometimes do with eggs, mark the date on them." London, Sopt. is nothing less thim a new departure in the con- struction of ocean-going Unera, is be- injr undertaken by .the British com- panies, rc'Siionsthle for the Canadian service. The ships which have lately been constructed, as well as the ships which are to be constructed in the immediate future, are >io he -built 'with what are known us cruiser sterns. This means that the .vessels will have extra speed, steadiness and steer control. So far these, sterns have been confined to the navy. Tho-ue'w departure, which, it is believed, has been undertaken by the companies in conjunction with the Admiralty, and the Canadian-government, aims at the creation of a fleet of liners which, in the event of war, could be convert- ed into cruisers. The Alsatian an-d the Culgariau, two steamers of tons, which have been laid down by the Allan line, and the Empress of Russia and tha Empress of Asia, the two ships of tous, which are being completed for the C. P. R.r have been, constructed on the new method. If the scheme is adhered to, it is understood that the new fleets of these two lines will be able to com- plete the Atlantic passage from Liv- erpool to Halifax in days. The other details of construction 'have not been allowed to become kno'wu, "but it is not impossible that the example of the German liners may toe followed, in the matter, of gun emplacements and the actual carrying of guns them- selves, which could be mounted on the receipt of a wireless telegraphic mes- sage. GRAIN BLOCKADE IS UNAVOIDABLE GRAIN GROWERS. GUIDE SAYS WORST CONGESTION YET STARES THE WEST CO. Lftdtoa' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Recent Arrivals In Coats and; Suits and Handsome Dresses 4for Afternbon, Evening and Street Wean With these late additions: ast five days. Ho remained tonight to rest while .Messrs. Smith and Campbell pro- ceetvod to JJallyniena. GIVEN RESPONSIBLE JOB Quehoc, Sept, Joseph Trudei. who has connected with Hie Montreal police force for the past twenty-one years, has appointed to succeed the late Detective Denis, of the provincial police. The Attor- ncy-Oeiieral's department hr.s given Mr. Trudol the direction of a detect- ive bureau to shortly bo in- dependently of the Quebec provincial police. few days when tlie. lirlati-il crop move-! men I will start in earnest. The rail-1 ways say they .ire. all lined up in takn care oi it in rcconl order if it i docs not all flood in at once. i Hnmholdt, Snsk., is to have new hotel. The building will about. tine j cost Donaldson Line Direct S'erviee THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin .screw slcnm- ors sailing from Montreal iina Glasgow every Saturday carry- ins One Class cabin and Third- Class pat.sengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS i-.ail from St. John. Stn and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve J'onr accommodation now and secure liie best, it costs no more. Apply to any railway, steam- ship agent or H. E. LIDMAN. General Ayent, 445 Main St. Phone. M5312 Winnipeg, ;