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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE, tlETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD FHday, Fehniary 7, 1013. Quality Tells! The emphatic demand of the public is for MORE ABOUT THE HOAX PLAYED Tea and "Salada" Only. Black, Efoixed or Uncolored Green Sealed Paskets Only Refuse Substitutes FREE Samples Mailed on Enquiry. Address J "SALAD A," Toronto. - O------;- i tn-1  r� i Ti I order had arrived, the entire garrison Who Did it rrOVed lhatiwas assembled at the Polygon. The i troops riumbered 18,000, exactly half hp Wa� nnr Cra7V an armv corps, ami their bayonets, ne was not crazy | rilleb a4 laifC(;s shone brightiy ,m M an MAGRATH CREAMERY MLS HAVE SECURED GOOD MAN AND .FARMERS PROMISE HEARTY SUPPORT - OLD FOLKS ENTERTAINED Magraih, Feb. 6-The Magrath Creamery association has secured a lirst class .butter maker for their plant here, aud he arrived last night from Lethbridge. His name is A. W. Light, and lie has many years' experience at the creamery business, and furnished excellent testimonials as to his ability. He has carried off medals for his butter, and in a conversation said that the Magrath plant was capable of putting out a product second to none in the Dominion. He is getting the cream in line now* and making all preliminary arrangements looking to the opening of the plant at an early date. Many farmers residing in Stirling and Raymond are anxious to ship their cream to this point, and it is very probable that this wish will "be gratified as Mr. Light says he can handle all the fa-rmers can provide. Special rates have been secured; for the transportation of cream from the railway company, so that the plan is very-feasible. The officers of the association aiin to issue-their patrons checks every two-\veeks, believing that this -will serve'to encourage them. They have sound financial backing, and are confident that they will build upv aj flourishing business. Oid Folks Entertained The Old Folks' committee entertained in right royal style all resi-. . dents of the: town and district over si-sty years'of age, wido'w.s, widowers, orphans and .many specially invited guests at the Electric Theatre yesterday. No discrimination was made as to creed or nationality, and the old veterans congregated in great numbers as honor guests. They were feasted sumptuously at noon, after which a splendid program was rmd- and speeches. The commendsble affair was concluded by a first class picture show, Manager Godfrey showing a very fine series of films, specially secured for the occasion. This is a most praiseworthy movement and is observed throughout the whole Mormon church, although it is not sectarian in character. Magrath has a particularly live committee, and they hold two entertainments annually, one indoors in the winter and one in the summer at Carter's magnificent grove west of town. Tliey are , always wonderful successes and the hearts of all rejoice to overflowing* A, Mercer is committee chairman and he is assisted by a number of live energetic ladles and gentlemen, who are masters at the art of entertaining. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rasmussen have returned home after a most enjoyable visit to the States. They report cold weather in the south. C. Christian Jensen, late president of the Saxnoan mission of the Mormon church, will arrive home from San Francisco Saturday, after spending two years in the South Sea Islands. Ill health was the cause of tris early return from the mission field. :. Berlin, Feb. 7.-All Germany is laughing homericaliy over the . full dress parade oi the Strassburg Garrison, on the strength qt a bogus telegram announcing a visit by t)ie Kaiser. The cobbler has been outdone. Every despatch from Strassburg adds amusing details. The perpetrator oi the hoax,. August WoKer, turns out to be an ex-sergeant, 35 years of age. He was recently discharged from the colors on account of alleged defalcations. Ho escaped punishment on the ground that he was mentally deficient, but 1-..V. UttlM1 .... , sun. ELECTRICAL MEN GET MORE PAY Peterboro, Out., Feb. 6.-An increase of. ten per cent; is to be given the mechanics of the Canadian General Electric Company, who now receive 30 cents, cr under, an.hour. Tne same inc. ease applies to female help of two years' service, and five psr cent.,when the. service has reached one year. . ne oujecteu iu italic as feeble-minded and bragged that it would not be long before^ he performed a feat which would show his superiors that he was still capable  of wonderous things. Accounts differ regarding the exact manner in which he carried out the hoax. Several versions allege: that the telegram was delivered by' Woltnr himself, disguised as a telegraph messenger, at the headquarters to . the military governor of Strassburg. It is added that it was in cipher. Other versions say it was an open message and sinip!,y read : ' i "Arrive at 12 o'clock. Am coming by motor car and proceeding to the Polygon parade grounds. The entire garrison is to be alarmed. "(Signed) Wilhelm." The-effect- oi the message was electric. oblivious' to the fact that the Kaiser was at that moment at Kocmgsberg,, one thousand miles away, General Baron Von SgloR-stem, the military governor of Strassburg, acted with the utmost alacrity. Fife and drum corps were sent scurrying through the streets to sound the alarm in order that all officers and soldiers � on leave would hurrv back ; to the barracks with all possible speed. Prince Oscar qt Prussia, the Kaiser's fifth son, who is a student at the Strassburg university,; was naught in the midst of a noonday luncheon. In the meantime tear-lul: scenes were taking place in hundreds of Strassburg homes. The pop-I'lace were seized with fear that mobilization had been ordered . and that was; was imminent and  the sobs of women and children mingled with the clatter of men and hprses hurrying to-headquarters. ' Scarcely two hours after the bogus ROGERSare firm friends of Windsor Table Salt. They like to sell it, because it is pure and clean and good. Ask any grocer {or his best salt, and he will give you Windsor Salt every time. :r Not because it costs more-it does not-r-but because trie grocers know that Windsor Table Salt pleases their customers. The event^ was made still more impressive by'the appearance overhead of the new .Zeppelin army airship to participate !h the parade. As the Kaiser, who is seldom late, failed to "arrive at noon, a rumor presently spread that his majesty was in the airship, and would land from it. After the garrison and a throng, of between 20,000 and 311,000 spectators had waited on the field until two j o'clock, n council of war was held ; between the military governor, the I Viceroy of Alsace-Lorraine, Count, Wcdel, Pi-ince Joachim of Prussia and 1 the chief of police of Strassburg, and lice should hurry hack to town, a distance of two and a half miles, in a motor car antf ask Berlin by telephone if any light could be thrown" upon the1 mysterious non-appearance of the Kaiser. Word came back that his majesty, so far' from being in Alsace-Lorraine or intending to be there, was at the opposite corner of the empire at Koenigsberg. It Dawned on Them When the chief of police returned to the Polygon with the information it finally dawned upon the military authorities that; somebody had been fooled. The military governor then ordered the garrison to execute some minor parade movements, and the': troops afterward marched home. � . Among the spectators was the man Wolter, who caused the parade to be held. He said last night aftsr his arrest, that he watched  the march, out and back. He was evidently pleased with his dav's work. He will probabh be sunt to .an asylum. If placed on trial, he can he convicted on any number of indictments, ranging'"from lese majeste SOLD VALUABLE GAINSBOROUGH TO CHRISTIE'S London, Feb. 6.-The absorbing dispute over the ownership of the Gainsborough portrait. of Lady Anne Burton still occupies Justice Darling's' attention, his court being turned into a veritable'picture gallery in the effort to unravel the mystery. . '> W. F. Burton, of Burton Hall, county Carlow, claims that; the disputed picture formed ^a.part p"f his collection at Burton 'Hall, when he leased the latter place to C. J. EngledoWi ., The allegations are that Engledow removed the picture, which was later sold at Christie's, as-the property" of the late Win, Allen for $42,000, the. purchasers b-eJng Agnew's, the- well-known aft dealers, who- are now being sued, in conjunction with the executors of the Allen estate, ; Eight paintings,:,which formed part ot Mr. Burton's collection; are on view in the court, while;as a centrial' attraction, Lady Anno jfiufton's portrait was heavily veiled until-the ci'o]ss-exdm: ination of the witnesses1 for the. plaintiff, a Mrs. CucMtL 'who used to visit Burton Hall, testlfled- that ii-.'tVaa tfie-.'j same or a simila'r>picture 'which she often saw at the ljou*,e, and two other witnesses also iaentifled.;th'e,'pi'otuye.:, Mr. Burton, in his remarltabl.e t*atl-mqnyr accused' Engledow of stealing 18'br 20 pictures,-including-a MurMo worth ^400,000, It is believed by Montreal shipping men that an icebreaker could,-keep the St," Lawrence -river* route, open the vear round, ; > w These Beautiful Embroideries HAVE WON 'US MANY FRIENDS ' ' The daintiest goods by far we-have ever had to show- and undoubtedly the best values. Edgings, insertions, headings, flouncings, allovers, and corset embroideries, In splendid quality cambric goods, heavily embroidered; as Well as the dainty Swiss lines in the more sheer effects In various grades and widths to suit any class of garment, you want to use them with Read the special prices! carefully and note the savings: K Unusually Attractive Enrt^oidery Values Representing Savings 6f !Oiie>Third to One-Half -10c- Regular 18c Values Swiss and Cambric Edging and Insertions. - 25c- Regular 40c and 45c values Corset cover and flouncing embroidery; 18 in. wide. 12Jc- Regular 25c Values Insertions and;'edging in matched! Sets. -35 G- Regular 50c. and 60c. Values Flouncing and Corset Embroidery, 18 in, wide. -15c- Regular 25c Values-Six to nine inch edgings in Cambric and Swiss Goods -50c- Regular 75c Values 27 inch Flouncing in very dafnty  Swiss Goods. These 12 cent Ginghams Are the Talk of the Town Regular 15c and 18c Values A most co'mprehensive collection of plain Cham-brays in all colors, as well as wide and narrow stripes, checks and plaids in more than a hund-"" red various designs, all Imported Scotch Goods and every piece guaranteed fast dye. Finest lO cent Cottons You Ever Bought at the Price. Worth up to 15 cents Not by any means regular  10c goods-you would do well to match them at 15c; Finest Cambrics, Longcloths, Madapollams and Mulls, In fine pure finish goods; full 36 inches wide. A new lot just to hand, included iu tomorrow's sale. Finest Wash Suitings -25c- Worth up ,to 35c. V[ire\ linen suiting", as finest Bellcourt suitings, Imuau Heads, Crepes and exquisite vestings in a complete range of all the wanted colors. Special.......'. 25c. Indian Head Suiting -15c- Regular 20c Value ' j .��An exceptionally goOdyqliality cloth,- fine-and "evenly -woven; 30 inches wide, heavy weight, soft and free from starch. Special ........ 15c. Heavy Turkish Towels -25c- Regular, 35c Values . Extra heavy, strong and dur-2V;,:thev;various 'trades and labor unions ih.^Krt-niouton, the purpose, being, to -haV6 them 'ainiiate with the 'central' body. The labor council will �; -also ask lor representation on the board oi trade and allied organizations, as-.well as on the governing boards of-the Hb-�v rary and hospitals._ , i.Ji is believed, by , the leaders of themovernent that: la*p-or conditions will be materially benefitted by representation in the: various, organisations.  ,  Heies something new to eat this Lent � � . ��/�'� ' ,!*;'': � .-''A.! � �'- � Commence right now to use Keith's Boston Baked Beans. - Baked right herei in Lethbrldge. "You'll  find , them very nourishing . sustaining, economical and most delicious. -Are what you- want and wbat'you need. Just the. thing for Wednesday and Saturday;-night supper. PLEASE CAUL, AT BAKERY, NEAR CENTRAL SCHOOL, REAR ' ' 8,09 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH. .  Where you can getyour beana ho< at 4p.m. ',- i ISc per pint and 25c per quart SEE SIGN ON TOP OF BAKERY, 85 4 38 ;