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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 14, 1913 THE LETHBETDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 I always u$d WINDSOR TAbleSaSi Yon okn't rfupnkbly �^at tg oukln  Uvht, la the Btandby lu CanaaUn homes, atnoiiK Cnnadhi's best oooks. It'� pure aiid fine and won't 'laVe". BquaUy good for the Uble, for i-ooklug And baking. S3 BOROEN SHOULD APPEAL TO PEOPLE ENQLISH PAPER SAYS NAVAL BILL LOOKS TOO MUCH LIKE A FRAME UP LOTiUon,., April 14.-The MiiripheBter Guardian in a long editorial today discusses the present position of the Canadian naval proposal. Premier Borden, and Mr. Cliurohill, the O-uar-dian; declares, have between thern brought abbUt the' worst of misf6t-tunes ; tho introduction into England of thp, strife of Dominion party politics. The Manchester Q-uardian thinks that Mr; Cliurohill now sees the danger and has been trying to avoid it, but ahoijld have been equally oatetul in the first place. Premier Borden's excuse for not submitting the present bill to the people is because it is only an emergency measure and puts'ih-effect the whole responsibility on tho admiralty and leaves the improssion that the bill is a-cui-and^ried arrangement, between Premier Borden and* Mr. Churchill. The Guardian in conclusion, says,: "The best thing to hope tor if the bill is persisted in is: that the opposition should carry its point aiid force the government to appeal to itho el6ot6rB. It oiir goveirament has any influence with the Canadian government it should exert it to this end." We have sBon how difficult Mr. Oiiurohill's position. must have been in advising Ca OanUdian party question without'taking sides, but this is especially the difficulty the prd-posal to give canada representation' on the imperial defenoejw.oommitteet would Involve. , ' ^ NEW YORK REFORMATORy FOR GIRLS.AT BElJFORD, N. Y. How Employe^ Fooled the Kaiser Berlin, April 14.-T-A jofte ph. Emperor William is always related with partioulaJT relish by''* cotiBlderable portion o� the German people, and the telling of one story;on Hla .Majesty alwaiys brings out another. The recital of', bow the Emperor had to coim-pensate a tenant farmer at Sadines with ?30,000 and a decoration because of public utterances reileoting on the farinea-'s ability has set people casting- aibout' for other aiiiacdot^s. A newspaper of Stet^tiii contributes the latest. Th,6 Emperor, as everyohe knows, has BO many estates and farms scattered: about Germany that he can find time to visit some of 'them only at rare lnte;rvals. His Majesty is fond of :hi8 role of farmer, and when lie does make a visit of inspection he goes deeply Into all questions of preparation, progress' and results, i Naturally the farm superintendents are eager to make the best showing possible. Two years ago His Majesty went to his estate at Sobtnolsln, near ' Stolp, to look over certain work In reclaiming moor lands tor 'the pasturage of cattle. He expected to see a large herd of fine stock, and be did. The superintendent exhibited a bunch of fat cattle to demonstrate the value erf the reclaimed lands. This was all very satisfactory, but, according to the Stettin .paper, the cattle did not belong to the Emperor's estate at all. They had been borrowed temporarily to create ^an impression, in much the same way that 'the famous peasants of Empress Catherine, of Russia, wore Imported to transform tbe uninhabited wastes of southern Russia Into booming country-sides while the Em-iwesa was passing .through. It Is an open question today whether the Emperor yet knows that he was deceived. GIVES HINTS TO. MILLIONAIRES MUSI AWAIT THE OF I MR. NAI8MITH'S' REPLY TO THE MAYOR'.S l-ETTER ABOUT CITY ' .HALL SITE.' Though Mayor HardieJs very anxious- to secure tho centre of Gait Gardens-for a-city hall siteV he .is beginning  to'flhd. already , that the mills ot-thegods'grind slowly. At a meeting of the council some time ago ho Avas authorized to approach the company with .a__ yiow tO: obtaining the coveted piece of ground. He therefore wrote P. L. Naismith, manager of the department of natural resources, as tbe man who is nloet likely � to know the exact status of the deed of the site. This morning a letter was received from Mr., Naismith informmg that mayor tiiat, as Mr. Dennis, head of the department, was away, he wou'.d be unable to do anything until his return. The plot is Evidently the property of the C, P.I R., jtnd as all lands ^x^ controlled by �the department, of natural resources, the city will have to work  through the oflloials of that department it they are to secure their'uew"'city hall site. '  BLAME IT ON SUFFS. I.�ndon,,'ApjrU,il4,;.T-A'milk .can filled with giippowdel' and connected with an 'el?iotric;,-^uie, was foijud this , afternoon," Insjdej' til's 'Jfalllng surrpun^,. Ing tho'Bank^of England' It was re- , moved by' tH^ police. ' , London, - Some time ago the queen of Rouman|a, who is better known' to the world as Carmen Syl-va, the novelist and poet, entertained a group of royalties and literary people at her castle in Sinaia. As , some of her literary guests have [since seen fit to make "copy" froro._ the conversation that; took. place place there, the" queen has given her version of tlie affair in the Fortnightly Review.*, , . . Amqng other phrases which her unauthorized intervijSwers put -in' her mouth was tho statement: "If I were millionaire I Should build a Cathedral with a'school: beside it for every kind of art."......, - In her Review article she Persists with "If I were a queen in a fairy tale I should do all that. But the quo'ens in lifo have never a penny to bless;, themselves witjij as so many poor people have to Fe helped that there is never anything left for the poor queen ; she has to be content with .looking, at jothej; people's beau; tlful creations." .' The queen amends her phrase about the .cathedral With : "I should build ,a cathedral, with, chapels for every religion in it, and ati aiAs school beside it,", and continues:' "Vpu can build ever so many houses, and misery will-enter'there ; care will follow tho inhabitants, a^gor and strife, and illncss^and death can't be kept away. There is only one peaceful bouse, on earth ; that is God's house. ' "Your drunken husband can � not reach you there ; your sick child does not moan there ; money seems so small it doesn't seem to count, and if you are hungry'a beautiful organ will drive away #en hunger for-a few minutes. ls;.:rPip only, place in which everybodx itrios to; be good au^ Ifft up their souls above ; tlie meanness of life- "Th^! arts school beside it i-^^ould sliow all those who Jearn there to what heights tliey may reach and what- grandeur awaits them. � . "Can you leave .Westminster. Abbey and not feel better, n9t feel yourself among tlie, grfjndest of. jour nation ? ; - "I spent one evening of , my life alone in Westminster.; Abbey beside the organi and even before it, playing. a'few-.chords bply, in the gathering dusk, when the statues began to look as if they were alive and moving, and I felt better ever since. "I was in St. Peter's for Easter, and I saw that all those tliousands of inattentive people' who crowded it could not take away one atom of its grandeur and solenanity." WHAT CANADIANS SPEND ON'DRINK Edmonton, April 13.-Nine dollars and thirty-seven and a half cents per capita, estimating tbe population of the Dominion at 8,000,000, or, $75,000,-000 a year, is Canada's bill for intoxicating liquors, according to Hov.,.Tbos, Pow.ell,-: pastor- of -Gvace Metnodlst church Of Edmonton, who also said in a public statement tliat a similar amount is expended annually in caring for the effects of strong ,drin!c. Discussing the subject to emphasize the urgent need for a definite practical nation-wide temperance movement, be said that, in accordance with the laws^of political economy, a business is supposed to meet some Teal; need, in the community; the public drinking place could not make such: claim. "True It is," he added, "the Saloon makes business, but it is chiefly for the police and the magistrate and the jailer; funhermore, to say nothing ol the broicen hearts and wrecked hopes, it keeps taxpayers busy  providing^ funds for the detention and support of criminals." CALGARY MAN SUICIDED Vancouver, B.C., April 14.T-Brooding over the recent death of his \fUei Alex. Crawford, aged 55, registered from Calgary, committed suicide yesterday, at the London .-Hotelj Main street. � ,, , , .-.-.--_- ^ Mounted Police Horse Los^: Horse No. 4777, which escaped from tbe Barracks on Saturday, has been traced ito the south, but as yet has not been overtaHen, He wag. Que of the horses talieq over to: Xiondo^i' during the time of T^iiig George's coronation, Couldn't Work. Old Gag John Mooret a local, resident, was today fined ?5.00 and costs by Inspector West, J.P., for attempting to (oljtaln a reduced fa-re ticket at the lopial ticket office on pretence of.being,0.-commercial traveller. A; B. Humphries; disitriot Imraigratiop inspectop,?!and C. H. West, J.P.i beard tho case. LUTHERANis FORMALLY DEDICATE FIIME NEW CHURCH TO SERVICE OF HUMANITY Most Inviting at all times is a cup of Delicious "SALADA TliA. That is on ACcqiui|i|t of its Inhe-reil>t j|oodi\�8s of Quikiity. 075 In .kl�4 L��d i'B.okst* Only. Bidckf Green and Mixed. The solemn and inspiring dedication of. St. Paul's First Lutheran church yesterday, was tbe crowning point in the. congregatlou's history, reached as the .result of the assiduous labors- of Rev. C. Grant and the oifi-cers and congregation of the church. The sacred edifice is a beautiful building at thf corner of Sixth Ave. j and Fifteenth Street S., and in their new church home the members of St. Paul's will have opportunity for further growth, and expansion. Large crowds were present at the services yesterday and the deep Interest maniflested predicts St. Paul's church win wield a powerful Influence in spiritual tbitigs in this city. Rev. P. A, T. Gornellussen of Clares-holm, preached powerful, heart-sMr-rlng sermons In Norwegian and Swedish, while Rev. W.'Loeske ot Calgary.J discoursed: Inspiring, and uplifting sermons in German and English, the latter being appropriately based on "The Church'of Jesus Christ Is a Wonderful Structure on Earth." The pinging of the young people was very bVight and attractive, as were also the solos by Mr. "William Scott. � \, Mr. J.' E. TerriJI kiridiy loaned palms and rubber plants, which were very effective in decoj^tlon, while white carnations, donated' by the Ladjes' A-td, added to the pjeasing" appearance; The pulpit and altar were donated by the Norwegian _ ^Ladies' Society, the pews by the.Ladies' Cotta society and the electric fixtures. Ijy the Luther league. . ..Rev. ,C. Grant was installed at the evening,service, and will preach an ap:; proprlate introductory sermon two weeks from ye8te!:dBy at the eleven, o'clock service. European Nations Send Floral Tributes-Impressive Service at St. George's Church REV. 1. WESIMAN'S ENJOYABLE VISIT SUNDAY SCHOOL EXPERT WAS MUCH APPRECIATED-ILLUSTRATED TALK TONIGHT  Anniversary Sunday school services I in Wesley church yesterday momlng | were, a decided 'success. Rev., J. P.; Westman ,B. A., Field Secretary of' Sunday Schools and Bpworth Leagues, i conducted the servjoe/.and after repdrj ing as the losaoh,i John's version of! "A New Heaven let; Down to Earth i Four Square," rnapViJ*'?'!' ohosep nuep-tjoni were Burprl�liigly',well:s^nsw�r^4 by the children> whq. showea grstit knowledge along; these lines. All the children were vgreatly i^enp 9.Xid aptness' in aneveiim; U$ questlona. '� '. v>,'!I �, .� >�'remier A8qul^'..ri5PHgd;.-J!Iv,do'pot rfhlok ft would be proper.for tba^^ov, ej-mment to interfere in. a mattfr E HOUoJ AT WASHl^^GTON-PREsfDENT WILSON WATCH�'| Which i& -^ntiteJj! otte for the,cons-id-;Nfi THEFUtJ.-w" '� � .i, -'.",;�';'*-/-'' yii'erfttlon of'th� Oanadian govewwnent." NeWj York, April ll.-Funeral services ov?r the bpiv of J. Pierpont IVIocgan were held at ten o'clock this morning, at St. George's Protestant Episcopal church where lie had worshipped tor half 'a century. Afterwards, a special .train conveyed tlie funeral party toHattford, Conn., for final services at .th the congregation of St. George's, wliere Mr.. Morgan gas worshipped,, obtained admission. The service was conducted by the Rev. Dr. Carl Reiland,'rector pt St. George's, the Right -Rov. Williiim Lawrence, bishop of the diocese of Boston, the Right Rev. Ghauncey Brewster, bishop of the diocese of Connecticut, and the Right Rev. David P. Greer, bishop of tbedibcese of .Nsw York,, There were the clergy chosen by Mr. Mor-gap in:his written.instructions made some time before his death. There were ho.norary pall bearers selected, chiefly from tho cluster of men closely 'identified with Mr. Morgan in his career. They were Geo. S. Bowdoin, Lewis Cass ^edyard, Robt. W. Deforest, .Marry "Fairfield Osborne, United, States Senator Elihu Root, Jos. Clioate^ Robt. Bacon, George,F. Baker, Dr. J. W. Markoe, Elbert Gary, Spth Low and Martin W. Patton. The cliancel Was banked high with floral bfffeflhgs, but these were only a small p&rt of the hundreds that hayepou^ed into-the Morgan* home. MaBt.,.pt .thosq left, will be .distributed amphsf't^e; hospitals.. Among the flowe:t^:Mer#jv4'o -Ptchitis and palm leaveS'j^ ftonj tM Emperor of Ger-TOany]?',a and the whole system would be worked in the Intw-estB ot the farmers. It had been said that there was no money set apart for the purpose of erecting these elevators by the government, as had been promised.' That was untrue, for there was a sum of $600,000 of unappropriated money, which could be set aside for that purpose, and would bo within tbe coming year. The marvellous progj'amme of railway construction, which had been carried out by the government during the last three years, during which the railway mileage of the province was more than doubled, was referred to by tbe Premier saying that no one from a point ot view prior to that time would have made such a propoBition. He also spoke of the ibuUdlng of good roads throughouifc the province,' and the extension of the telephone system, which he declared to be more particularly in the Interests of the farmers. It might be claimed/ said the Premier, that much of the legislation pass ed by the government had been only what the farmers asked for, but, ho asl:ed, what other government had ever shown its readiness to do what the farmers asked? Some History Tbe farmers had been asking favors of the government in Canada for many long years, but this was the first time that the claim had been made They're Dandy ta Wwr'r Just you askfilr Nortliens Overalls and Shirts and take nothing elte Lock best and *il woar Ilk* iMtther.. Northam Ov�r�)(a. NMt m*tf� ���nt h*Mir mumm*. that a government had taken the.side* of tho fiarmer. That was not anything to the discredit of the government, but something In their favor, as the one thing a government was Bent to office to do 'was. to fulfill the desires of the people, and when they failed to do so, they ceased to represent the public. Mr. Sifton also pointed out that the majority of , the opposrltlon had made no objection to th� Farm Machinery Bill, and the Ble'vator Bill whei^ they were considered In the House, ands they allowed the iblllA to become law without any comment It they had been opposed to these ibills It was their duty to come out openly and by resolution or amendane^t prove so to the House. It waa only when Mr. Bennett Conservative, ot the elevator trust of AlbeplA, and friend of the corporations, appeared, on the scene that, the oppoaltlon to this beneficial legislation derehjiied. Surely the party ought to 'be hetter led than that, and the policy sl^Wld be dictated by the leader and tuH by the representative from Ottawa. But it showed without any doubt whflre the leadership of was.. . After dealing with other , toatters the Premier closed his speech, and loud cheers were given by those jfre-sent, after the chairman bad aak^d for any quostlon from the audUoo.e, and none was forthcoming. . IS Pernle, April .13.-On Friday last GV Dioastro received his commlaaloa as Consular agent iov the government of Italy at this point. Hla territory �X-, tends from Nelson, B.C., to I;ethA)rIdge The consular ottioe is located In tSe Eokstoin block. M'r. Dlcastro.le'ein-, Inqntly qualified to hold the commls-sion, which has been entruatedTto hljn by the government of Italy. ' v :V'v Guaranteed Rupture Holder On 60 Days' Trial Won't Cost You a Cent it The Two Months Test Doesn't Prove All Our Claims ^ "knlf unless conatwitly held togfeth- er, ~- . f /. ; And-�that; iIs i..tie;;�3u^ai votssiiii^liiite?! elastic 6v ^sprlng'Vtiri^BiaB-^qt^qiteji^^ tTi^enty eye^.^,ho^dSfiucw�ftiili3�^j^^ sooipier. or :iatei:-'i^iute:; tifip0iP^ ^utely.' ne6esBitii'y� i]istea#:pX,';'Sl�;v�lt^i . But rem^mtiw thatittt* .pj^i* ^oiiSiii^i5^� ing;;. lt--Drov4ael?ihe;:It,-,-4oieB'^that^.entJ.ii^lyJin�^ --wlthoiit:. Siij-vv.-iiltentf Away With Worthless Trusses I/ike These : You can make a thorough prove-it- tq-you test of this guarantaed rutniire T^'^'^'^y"'' �w "vw" holder without havfng to risk a slnill l^^' ' cent Piete iteoovery, Jii;$tij6j  We'll send ft to yorf for sixty days ."��i��d alBio|iTh9 trlnl-Practically lend it to you that longv-just to let you seq'� for you^ self how It takes all: the misery Out qf being ruptuired. If the 80 Days Trial we alldw does not prove that.Itiwill keep youi-rup. The, congregation of t. Patrnck's Rom4R Catholic qhurch were advised yesterday to tfike. a decided stand agalnB.t 3ol(iilBp)i as it is being preached Ih J^thbridge, because the SopIaJistic,;Bysteni Is subyerslve of or^ der/and rdgttlarlty in jthe. state as well a'B in the Chiirolii .and :is entirely'In-cqipi;iitible... tq,, Gjiristain> principles. 5?oj the rest, .^very,n^an?!hqu}d enjoy the liberty' to owt W� ' vot^ in; favor of tbf man he thinks b^st able to r^p-r�(|^i)it hjpi in the ptpyinojai iegiiiia- Defl^lte ^^e^pni^r^tiPli 'vr^s made ot the abeqlute antagonistic attitude of Sqqlall^to to an'ythlng'that savored of larqgllfeBBr � ...... Ij^fNfiBAPOLIS- FORMER. M^YOR DEAD MlnneapqllB, AlJrll \u:-i-^ Fqrnjer Mayor ^ames.Haneft dle^d.'nt 8.J0 fq. day, at hiji bpme/711 ISaJd Sirer road, saved thousands of ing to risk their "' geon'fl knife, No Belt , -jm l)oW i& The Only Thlno fiood Enoiih^to Stantf- 'f!?%J?f^v ^....... Such a Teat  �� World's Opoateit; s You know aB well as weijtiat a ihere ^pn't: Bondianr itry.on~llke jat a drujg ''.^t^fre-^-oan't f^'>^t posilbly prove whetfief.a liriiila or Mjy- attd, and, out'ill ^ thipg else for rupttir�i.iltfrpihg to dd any.good. ao (SduTsmi^.^Kiii^ i/lsleltWr Is^ just^a^;i6�;iida^(�fltrlW;ia^:^ sa^O: test. A truss)or;|i(SagU6d:'V^npli;v,f^rstte awe'',may seem'Aalrtglit.tife'first week ^^f^^- '-i,,�.,v or BO and then turn quttosbe no goodv;* whatever. ,',.V,:..:',, jPP^^H,asfi.,A tiriauitp:^ But you can't. po^BJbly.imake a mifli' i^'B ate: a;iowed"i;?;t3ttdayg lw�r vrttouidrBtqpif* t^ke ;lf you time in which ....., ........... ..... And there Ja only one .thing of,any T.iihWB'whV one kind for rupture that you can get on ,A.S%�rf,Z�5.iS?^, such a long.and thorough t^i-^'- " tel^, �l>out the Famou. fereut from, ovatyiil\ittg;_elaei for\rvip-'how: Uttle It oo|,t6 it >ou Keep it �THIS'BPINGS IT truss., ' ,. pTay b6'tti� wan^of froolngmuifroa If'haB so. ttiorqugltly proved its mer- all. r'tipture .trqublcR An the re�i oi ItSiin'^npa'ply 300,000, qasas that aur- your life. / geons in tho U. 8. Army' and' Navy am} phyBlciahB in all' parts ot the worll now oompiond It instead of ad-viqlpg operation ' VVIII Saye You From Operation A rupture can't possibly be rqUeyed -i}^p.'t even- bfe k^pt fro^i .fi'Owigg/ Worse-Hmlqssairqtqotqd- against ' all, strains and constantly kelit froni com- ' Box lOa-CCUTHE coMel^h 125 Eiist 23rd St ' lNl�wlV.*ii .'Offir, AddresE �ne your J.OVlt: -'JUBt R� A' hrntoftn"|ionB H^an'tM^'.V ' 00 16 63 07 51 52 ;