Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
September Tin; u DAILY HERALD PAVES THE WAY TO COMPULSORY SERVICE o- Suspicion of the Purpose of the Boy Scout Movement London, Sept. which for sonic time has been abroad; thai 1hc Liittuisiastit suppuii in (jtiarlers to. the Hov Scout movement is intended to pave the way towards H.-modified form of compulsory EIH-- -suspicion is received with Louil italics u' umi or dis 1m t HE, jui in Ui the iiidiudual citi i s point of in a incu- c conjunud usterdav in spt-Cth Sir Ian Han Jim inspcolor-gener- that whoever started these corps of Boy Scouts are so afraid of the opinions of their wealthy sup- porters that they hesitate to counten- ance as much wen as the w or d cor- poral in connection with their corps; In lilnglaml Imvc enthusiasts who entice boys into these corps by using the panoply war as a basis, in- tending all thu time to turn them in- to plaster saints. What remedies have we Honesty is the best and only remedy. Let us look tbe tiling squarely in the face and press; for coinpui orv un, _ all_ schools, puhlie or private. 'Hie major m of vottrb want it ind ought to have their COVERING IS TORN FROM STATUE Indignant Sculptoi Visits the Tomb of Oscar Wilde DYSPEPSIA MADE Paris, Sept. Jacob ICpstGiii, the New York sculptor, made a midnight race From London, to vindicate his professional honor and the memory of Oscar Wilde, by tearing from the laltcrta monument In the Pere La- chaise cemetery In Paris, a plaster- daubed tarpaulin, placed last Friday jy Director Ucdequer, of tbe who claimed that the work was inde- c-anl and unfit for the society of the lead. Travelling all night, at an eaily tour in the morning Epstein 'went to the cemetery, where occurred a dram- atic meeting with the Countess DeBre- mont, who was a close friend of the brilliant writer, and who has upheld Is genius in her b'ook of memoirs. The Countess makes a dally pilgrim- age to .Wilde's tcmb, to pray for his out, and lay a tribute of flowers. She vent, there this morning to protest igf Just Hcdequer's action, without ;nowing that Epstein was in Paris .rid cam-e' face to face with the sculp- 01- In front of the There was a moment of Intense enio on, when, wttli tears in his eyes, Ep- tein dramatically approached the uonument, and tore the immense tar- auHn from it In 'almost a frenzy, re- ealing the work, which is HI tlj to reate a controversial1 sensation iu' h'e artistic world. I The monument in dispute repre- Suffered Agony Until "Fruit-a-tives" Cured Him Hundreds of people gladly to the wonderful curative powers of tilt famdiu fruit To those now suffering with Indigestion, Dyspepsia or other Stomach Troubled, this letter of Mr, Stirling, the well known real tstate operator of Weiteru Ontario, shows the way to a speedy ctrtain cure. GI.KNCOK, ON-T., ADC. isth. 1911 "Fniit-ft-Uves were so beneficial to tne when I suffered with distressing Dvspepsit, that I wish to inform you of their satisfactory results. 'Although'I have, in past, iuffered agony .with Dyspepsia, I am now iu perfect health. "Fruit-a-tives" Accom- plished the desired result" N. C. STIRLING. Trait a lives" will cure every trace of Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach Bloating1; Pain After Eating, Biliotisueu and Constipation, "Fruit A tnes is the only remedy iri the world made of fruit juices and valuable tonics. 500 a box, 6 for trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. CONNAUGHTS TRAVEL ON GJ.P. Make Trip From Princ Rupert Eastward a Hundred Miles SUICIDE PARTNERS BURIED TODAY NTERMENT TOOK PLACE IN CAL- ABOUT THE MAN Calgary, Sept. [uueral oi Grace and Vi illiam Inthout, partners in j. suicide pact at thu Queen's ho.tel on Friday night, will take place in granite, Oscar Wilde's story, Calgary tomorrow. Henry Burnell, "De Pfoi'iiiidjV" 'iVe type fathet of the girl who shot her lius- Hi- Hailon Powell by giving him school- trained and disciplined boys to work upon with his yoluntci-r system. Ev tic louci not crv health) box miiit he trailed in ii1 c en with the ciilii, pir tent chancier anil pin siqup as carpfulU I oi popildlin.il ilreath and tlirirouuhl} is lip as trainLd to ilcUinl the an i XiUte hilt must be II thei tl smplc tiulli that in pnllmlim tint c dot cotps set Ic h best TIL annum it nothiim more serious to e ij'iti millions per annun than pin sir il drill Let 11 UA They must help of art shewn opons it to the (.ntuasrn band and then' herself in bed at of thos-3 school ol ncwn opons it to the (.ntuasrn hand and then' herself in bed at the 3 who favor the stereotyped hotel arrivU morning but could f monumental art. throw little light on the affai.f. The of lurd the the arts qtuUiick and 13t Cause iiipleurt ihe on 111 us coucen- iiiilusioii in the esti mntes oi wherewith to begin training next spring hoys aged twelve and under fourteen." CitVCouncil >asis pasc-i cmes t0 Resc lnk vve migut t could be decided Mr. Ball JIi Hall the matter so 11011 Tnei' 'B ujhw granting cer- 1 mi evempticns r term years to teitaln iiidu tr, sucl, as lnjllins companies etc 18 byliiw bo .mended so that lfeollW lnclllde manufacturing plin: tjren as own. as the sites comc within the city exemption bylaw would bo ,0 them That would cover and give the somc. thing tangible to in Tins solution met of both the ccuncil and of was satisfied. arose as to tbe class to be granted the exemptiu; as tfle whole matter resolved the effort of the council to led tue iu. (lustrial sites frcul [ho bands of speculators. It was pointed out 'that di'fr '.'ent in- dustries required different sis .11-, eels of land, and that the early date, and if acceptable tbe coun. cil .will pass the necessary exemption byla'iv, and enter an agreement for the sale of the land, in case work is started next spring. The land will not be turned over to the company until buijdiugs are erected thereon. Board Will Get Something Definite A. B. Stafford of. the industrial com- mittee of the Board ot Trade, thes opened a discussion as to the handl- ing of the sites in future. The course adopted in regard to the Iron Works is somewhat different from that decided upon at a meeting be-, the Board of Trade and the city council held some time ago to discuss the same question. Then it was practically decided to follow the lease proposition, or at least refuse to sell the 'land until such time as the concern had erected on it build- ings'of equal value to the land. Mr. Stafford wanted to know exactly what, the council was ready to do in the matter. The council was not in a position .0 say right then what they .were pre- pared to do'as a general principle to follow in all cases. They asked, how- ever that the Board of Trade draw up a list of the concessions which they wished to grant prospective manufacturers, but 'to keep in mind time they 'wished not such monument could 'be erected in any English, graveyard, while another paper declared with cynical superior- ity that Paris.rmlght n'tft be shocked it. The conception embodied in this great block of stone is that of whereabouts of Dutro who left Gar- lield, Wash., a long time ago, are unknown, and his death cannot be verified I be father will prosecute an inquiry at' once in an endeavor to clear tilt, matter up. winged Assyrian figure, driven; Buraell retains faith in his daugh- thTough space by an irresistible fate tor s mnocente but the police arms are extended backward along the and the knees-.slightlybeiit and the plumes of the wings are hori- zon.tal, in strictly parallel lines. out was f url, steady telegraph op- crator ra Gariiclil for two years, at Prince Rupert, B.C., Sopt. day wus devoted, 'by Governoi General, the Duchess of Connaugh and Princess Patricia to a run ove the G. T. P., not for full distanc of ISO miles, which is now complete eastward, 'but from here t'o the post marked "100 miles from Princ Rupert." The run was made at the .rate o thirty-five miles an hour, and th scenery along the Skeena river wa greatly admired by their Royal High nesses. Luncheon was served on tli train at the end of tbe run out, an at .the end of the run back to Prince Rupert. H. R. H., In taking leave of Genera Superintendent Meehan and Superin Undent who accompauiet the train. as representatives of th Grand Trunk Pacific, presented each with a breaet pin. Their Royal Highnesses have found their visit here full of Interest. Prln cess Patricia has made three sketches I in oils in the harbor from the hoai fleck of the Princess Alice. Bishop Duvernet, of the'diocese 01 Caledonia, and Mrs. Duvernet, Arch- deacon Collison and 'Mrs. Collison; H. H. M. P. for Comox-Atlin, and Mrs. Clements, and William .Man- son, representative, of the Prince Ru- pert district In the British Columbia legislature, and Mrs. Manson, were invited to dine with the Royal party ihig evening. Tomorrow morning the Princess Al- ice will take her departure from Prince Rupert.- This v.'ns to have Seethe turning point of the tour, but a change.Jias been made in the pro- gress. The 15byal--party wljl go fur- ther north, the first stop at Port Simpson tomorrow, and the voyage northward will be continued further to Port Inlet, and the end of the _ channel known as Portland Canal, which the Alaskan boundai made famous by .making the line a Seamless Hose Is Worth Theme] No Other Kind Can Be For yourself, or your Pen-Angle Hosieryl Because kind knit to fit without a fitting comfort, longer wear, less darnel, no rips nor bulges. This is the only boif made that really snugs in cioM and shapely to every curve of the foot and hasn't a yet you' are not asked to pay more for it than you' have been used to paying for the commdl kind. ilii ilii iiiiiiiiiiiil! Full-Rshioned Seamless Man, woman or child, Pen-Angle you better and suit you best, whatever wi want and whatever color. The store you trade' keeps it. Just look for the trademark. Penmans Limited, Jf Paris, Canada Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery __________________________ .......Out 16 I.....'Oct. 30. SHARE PROFITS WITH THE BANK ONTRACT BETWEEN CHINESE GOVERNMENT AND A SYN- DICATE London, Sept. :25 Pekin cor- spBJiitent of the Daily Telegraph ys that if; is Jfrohable iltal a pre- mihary contract vjjptween the Jack- tlle end of Ilis father died DEFENCE SCORED IN j anli 'oft "int S2.500 in life insurance. i Hp 'eft 'or. Ongon and got into trou- We there, spending all his money. i Later be met Miss Burnell in Spo- kane, where she was in a millinery establishment, and they Were mar- I against the wishes o! the girl's Parents. Inlliout left the country to vary accordingly. in most cases the size of the site fair idea or the payroll of liany, as thay are nil concerns, and (lie bylaw framed to make provision that panics granted oxemptione wr.i have to JKIVC a cmmln payroll acco, ing to the amount of land they inteil; to purchase from the city. Satisfied With Proposition only to induce manufacturers to come to I.ethbridge but also to protect the ratepayers in the matter of the sites. The. board will prepare their view of the case at an early date when a joint meeting of the council and the hoard will be held to finally settle on the future line of action. Amarillo, Texas, Sept. for the defense scored heavily in tho j labeas corpus hearing for John B. Sneed, charged with the murder of -A I. B. Boyce.. when the evidence of lira. Lena A. Rogers of Dallas, was declared admissible after a debate of. two hours. Mrs. Rogers testified that she and her husband and child occupied the upper story of a house in Dallas, in the lower Sneed, his wife and two children lived from July S'until Aug. 13. She declared A. G. Boyce called at the house a number of times dur- ing Sneed's absence and that Mia Sneed received letters signed "Al- bert" practically every day. The con- tents of the letters the witness testi- fied were read to her by Mrs. Sneed. The letters, according to the witness were post-marked Amarillo, Texas and were destroyed by Mrs. Sneed when read. Letters were sent by Mrs. Sneeil to Amarillo addressed escape detectives and began to drink. The suicide pact in Calgary followed. POPE BANISHED FAMOUS SCHOLAR AN INSTANCE OF HIS HOLINESS' CAMPAIGN AGAINST MOD- ERNISM Ions .its centre part of the interna- tional line of division. Stewart, the small mining town at the head ot the channel, will be visit- ed, and will be the farthest point north touched on the tour. Adjoin- ing Stewart on the other side of the boundary, is the Alaskan mining set- tlement .known as Portland City. They will return to Victoria. There the Governor-General and party will make a stay of six days. "-y i son syndicate and the CliliffiSfi govern- ment for a new Anglo-Chinese balik will be signet! todat The hank will' London, Sept. telegram to the Daily Chronicle from Milan says the Pope is pressing his campaign against modernism in the church with renewed vigor, his latest move teing the summAry banishment from Italy of the famous .scholar Padre Giovanni cien Hughes, but containing a sealed Somcri, oi Genoa, who enjoys the to SIR MAX IS STILL BUYING Toronto, Sept. Evening Mr. Magrath seemed satisfied witlvFcl.esram "lat ____......, the will lay it liefo Vhicn Sir Max Aitken is the head, has the directorate of Ilis company at an control of tho Toronto Struc- ral Steel Company on Atlantic av- and will increase tlie capiializa- Jj from to They secured KV5 acres at Weston ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT SALT to increase the output. is no.w tons per year, .een million tons per year. With 8ite they have secured they will V Mrs. Rosens was the first witness for the defence nt thn conclusion of the examination of 14 witnesses for the state and the resting oC the pro- secution. BRUCHESI TO BE CARDINAL. London, Sept. is lo granted a cardinal-at the next con- sistory, according to the Milan cor- respondent of the Daily Chronicle, iu the parson of Mgr. Bruchcsi, of Mon- treal. The Pope's decision, he says, is largely due to the enconiums which have reached the Vatican respectim the archbishop's masterl g ly ability, as oi heing the most cultured pulpit orator in the country. He is a favorite in court; circles and has been a frequent guest of Queen Margher- ita. Some months ago tlie archbishopric of Genoa foil vacant and Mgr. Caron, tlie new archliisliop-elccij a man of extreme conservative sentiments so- listed as a con.lition oi his accept- ance oi tin: office, the banishment oi Padre Somrri, who for many years lias presided over the liarnabitc col- lege there for youths oi the upper classes. The attitude of intolerance lead a deputation m influential Genoese THE EGAN CASE UP NEXT FRIDAY On Friday morning the preliminary hearing of the Egan shooting case will bo proceeded with in the police court before Magistrate Bentley. C P. P. Conybeare will represent the Crown at the preliminary. Friends o[ the prisoner, Christian, were in the city yesterday, and called at tne guard roam to see him, and arrange for the trial. The wounded man is recovering rap- idly, hut it is hardly expected that he will be able to appear on Friday, in which case a further adjournment will be asked for by the Crown. Great interest is being taken local- ly in the case, owing to the recent po- lice and owing also to the wild-west nature of tjio shooting, giv- ing the whole a tinge of the romance of other days. Christian is little known in tlie Lethhridge district, and in spite of the efforts of the police, little has been learned of his past history. THE PEOPlfc id upwards 3 and To the Editor Lethbndge Dally Dear Sir: According in a local paper "v that tlie arrangemmts tion of the this ..tc; heen completed and It IB anncwi- that on the second day, when pany la to be Inspected hy The Duke of Connaught.jy ment will be commandg 'gall gentleman, I would rank gentleman's late over titles him to take tkerf Rivers, Man., Is to have a three- slorey hotel. There is a great scarcity of houses at Vlrden. Man. bear tlie name "Associated Commer- cial. Banking Corporation" and will have a capital of equally subscribed bv China and Great. Bri- tain: The head office will he in Lon- don with a directorate composed o an number of representatives of China and nf the svndicitc. It will'have, a branch office in Pckin n'lth a directorate similarlj conflios- ed. The hank will undertake, to issue all sorts of bonds anil will transact railway, mining and industrial busi- ness for the Chinese govcrnment.Ftims establishing a. system of profit shar- ng. It is announced that there is 10 desire to make a monopoly and ;hat if an additional loan "s required it is to give refusal of this to other banks. The- Pekin cor- responding of the Times says that diplomatic opinion, predicts a do- main! by tlie powers for the resump- tion next year of the indemnity pay- ment and a settlement of arrears amounting to Failing this they may insist in taking over the administration of tlie salt tax IB ioea any arrangen-f. i i-reve: t! may be in the officers. In so, not with I aheady made, but the possibility ot what, circumstances I have indicated, be, according to the rules of etiquette, an exceedingly ludicrous el uation. Faithfully yours, MILITARY ETIQUETTE, THE ITALIAN PR'ESS Rome, Sept. Italian g( ernment has Just established a prc bureau All the foreign papers be read, and whenever an editor s: anything deiogatory of Italy.'the t' bau will try to show him he- is n' taken 5' TORY NOMINEE Ifl MACDOfjAf Winnipeg, Sept. tlie'cbn.' vathe convention of'the constlluel of Macdonald, Alex, ilorrlgon, ot man, was chosen the .candidate: bf! partv for the election which falli' October 12. BETTER WEATHER IN MANITOBA e room for further expansion. BY A NEGRO x head of Sept provincial detective force araea pol, in today for 51-0. wyllot and fal displayed at tho Eucharistic Congress citizens to pr.urst. to the Pope and to held at Montreal. j petition the Italian government to withhold from appointment Mcr. Car- on, the approval which, indeed, has so far been refusal, but Padre fiom- :.Trcss orders was sent- away to Brussels yesterday. INDUSTRIES LOCATE AT WATROUS TVntrous. Snsk., Sept. es- tablishment at Watrous of the branch plant of tlie Farmers' Machine Com- pnny, is taken generally as marking a new era in the city's industrial (level- y. W1U employ be- Dr. Morse's Indian R.OOt Pills eri exactly meet the need which to often arises m every family for a medicin to open up and regulate the bo wels. by cleaning out the system and piinfymp the blood. In the same way they relieve or cure Bilioiisdc'j Indigestion, Sink Headaches, Rheui' hnriy The factory, v FRECKLES New Drug that Quickjy Removes These Homely Spots There's no longer the slight- est need of feeling ashnmed of your freckles, ais a new drug, othine-double strength has been discovered Unit positively re- moves these homely spots. Simply get one ounce of oth- ine-double strength from J. D. Higinbotham Co. Ltd.. ami ap- ply a little of it sit night, and in the morning you will see that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, while light- er ones have vanished entirely. 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