Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, .Time UiTJinjUJHJK DAILY HERALD ECONOMICAL REUABLE P U R C BAKING MAGIC BAKING POWDER IS INFERIOR TO CABLE SERVICE CHARLES BRIGHT IN. NOTABLE ARTICLE COMPARES CABLE TO WIRELESS SYSTEM London, .lime recent dulialii in tlt'c Hrilish parliament on Ihe pro- Iio.sed rstablislimcnL of a "chain of slaLious" in Ihu, text of nn interest ing nrlicle by- Charh-s in (lie Julie number of Mho' NmuUTuUi tV'iiUiry, under lliu lillci "Cables vcr- MIS wkcleyy Iclegraimy." j The mcril.s of the systems are [discussed in a masterful1 nranncr by CALGARY GETS NEARLY ALL OFFICES Executive Ccnli'cs :i( Dio- Morning Session LITTLE BETTING ONNOMINATION WALL STREET MEN NOT PLACING MUCH MONEY ON THE PRESI- DENTIAL POSSIBILITIES York ,Juno Ihe anll- laws went Into, effect, little veal raoiioy hac found HB way into- Will Street, to uc. jJlacM on election wngers. This year varlona wngcrs on Col. lloosevclt's chaneos, bolli for the nomination; 'and for have been talked or, but ouUldo of MR JOHNSTON HAD A GOOD REPORT Tlic Calgary Diocesan licaneli ot the A. spent a 'very ami important, morning' today, tlic botli hl tbrcc "BUI-CS, botweoi tlic aulliur, who .is ii.sou of the Lite rlcclion of ollicers liciug I he main Charlbs T. Uright, n-lio-lnid tile feature ami rcsullinR'as follows: 'inkham. Atlantic ciibJe anil is" himself a very high authority upon 'telcgraphii; com- munication by laiitl and .sea: Apropos ot.lhp [liKCiiSsloirof.llic im- perial wireless scheme iwilh its inci- dental activity in both cabin, and Marconi shares, lie says _ live .in an. age 01 American imblicily department for dealing LliL'Sc subjects in the literary columns of Llie newspaper iii place of ordinary adyerfcisc- CROPS ARE LOOKING WELL IN THE DISTRICT AROUND LETHBHIUGE 0. T. JohiiGon, n.ranclier, of Suuilinl, in an Imervlew ivlth the Ilcnild to- (hat in hie district the soil, excellent condition! and that I if nun came wlihin the next two or ia this country, ihree weeks, the crops would be tliqiliavc tlf Iate wcl1 with nez't Johnson rode (he o'Mier felicl1 .IJllllcl'ial: .day; fvomv Sufrleld to Sundial, found the country. In IhaL section look- Ing good. In two places, how- evcr, tbe cut worm lias proved scurce of annoyance, Inn the fanners :ire' stamping bub the trouble: 'From 1 Tnber Island, and at-Grassy Jjfike, Tnin hns fallen within the past while at. and'Suffleld, the aoll. iloos not. look :IB If it was dry. Legislation and Single Tax (Continued from front JiiEiiranc'e'conipahie'a; giving examples ;of -riirferp'tif.-'.mefhbcls employed' l-y roiu-e companies to'galn a hold In !he He made" a special ap- j-cal to the farmers in behalE of the which, he was doing ;i of sood'for the. principles of United Farmers throughout the Dominion. tower Tariff Wanted Following his :aildfcati, a'discussion "Tliis buoming of wireless has in- deed .seldom lacked extravagancy aii any time and now shows signs of no diminution in its outlay. "Following tbe claim's' made by tile artvocnlea of the wircleste.'lsysLem, Mui Hrighl. that iu point' of .speed and accuracy and .secrecy'' service is greatly the superior to tbe wireless. Touching the stress thai lias, henn laid upon the fact that jn time ol war submarine cable's may he. cut, lie remarks that on thc other hand wireless -towers form a ready target; from o 'distance. As to the, inter- rnptioii pf .service, he points, to rccentXexpcrjcncc'y ir tbc Til an ic di.sa.sLur "wireless telegraphy -the1 connection with as proof thai as- an orderly and reliable service compares al-prea- rnt very poorly with ihe service af- forded by the-cabin. -v, The recent ash-ertions made by iho.se engaged in booming wireless shares' IhaL this system..would submarine Honorary t'algary. V llernard, Calgary, W. .J.' iMelrosc, lidmoiiton. Second (jc'ddes, Calgary. Mecordiiig H. .J. Akjtl, Canary, (_'orrL'Spondinn; A. E. Hume, Calgary. Organizing Secretary Miss -Bink- liam, .Calgary. Trcasurcr-r-Mi-s. W- II. Mitchell, Calgary. Uoruas Mrs. K. MacDonald, Edmonton (acclama-; J AssisLant Dorcas M. fO. Wood, Calgary. Indian Dickcnsoh, iGleichcn. .'luniors Secrctary-Treasucer Mrs. P. Uerton, Calgary. individuals, not much money has been placed. Vcaloi'dny anoiher was added to ihe list of what have come 10 be called shadow bets. A fMirlj broker penult- ted if to become known Unit he had SIR SIDNEY LEE'S LITTLE HAMMER BIOGRAPHER WRITES DISPARAG- INGLV OF KING EDWARD'S DIPLOMATIC.ABILITY London, June A. now memoir.on .lllc.laic King Kilwacd lly.Hir Sidney J.ee, dcnvLMl imni olli.cial sources is liiiblislicil in lliu L..-UoiiWy. of Naiion- al lliog.rapiiy, of which Sir Sidney It throws new light (in King character, and dimin- ishes the importance, ot -the diploma- tic role wliicli [lie monarch was sup- liosed lo Iiave jilayctl in foreign courts -showing Uiat lie. was not keenly concerned in public a'lTairs anil ni'itlicr Ilii! inclination1 nor capacit; lo turn liis visits abroad 16 diplo malic account, Kathcr the kins was FIRST IN FOUR HUNDRED YEARS placed even against Kcose veil's i'1 Llie ceremonial and so iiomiiiiLlion by Uic Jlepublicnn Nation- al said liu was o-rfer- ing even tba.Lt.lio Colonel would be elected, If nominated, lie wis al so offering that President Taft would bo defeated 11" nominaicd for re- election. Had to Pass Gull Lake Wreck (Continued from front the ground. Another car ivas com- pletely demolished. The -conductor on the iv racked train, who was a passen- ger on 1 to: 'Medicine Hat, with several of the: injured, stated that it was a miracle that nobody was kill- ed. When .the wrecked care came to n standstill, people were dragged from undernaath, some slightly injured and suffering terribly from shock. The Habics Secretary-Treasurer- Mrs; W. McGregor, Iielhhridgc. Literature .Secretary-Treasurer nt thc point-were the wreck oc- Mrs. W '-V Gcddcs Calgary curred looks to'be. a fairly level and United TliankoneriiiE Sccretarv- BaCe, oilc' for a grade, according to-JIr. Irving. Rnil- i road'men, however, 'Tvere as nnim a.s 1 the- proverbial clam, and avoided In- Lelnbridgc. Kxlra-CYnt-A-Day Miss Helena Calgary. Greetings MTFC read from i the Koot- ay ami the Niagara Boards. "Kcv. J.- led in noonday prayer ami delivered a short 10OK place' regaTdlug the lai-ifC oil Ca- j conference aiadlon houslu goods, which was -_.-- v-_ inspiring n.Idress under-two. headings, (1) prayer, woman's sphere-ami work. An appeal was reati from Mi's- ilro- lin, wifc or-Fletclicr.-.UL-cdin, cx-ftlVp.' les" is answcrecn by? the Hivcr, wiio was for sonic years! inidsio'ijUry, at Hay vjiutere'sMiig, the meeting "being "prb- o'pposeir lb' high" ipi-dtec'Llbn. 'The Single .Tax tiuestiou was then up-and received n. thorough dis- cussion. The prcslden t explulned in ]jlaln iftrms t.'ie aims and reasons why this hacl been atlopted and made all fjjoints tiuil.e clear. He called for a. or of Ihe Single Tax, which was re- to .by all in the meeting, wlili one.- Mr. Gus.-Malchbw ihen read a paper lie had'prepared on the iine; .iio'ir which eoveredl'Lhe points disciiEi ed. Direct Legislation Air. Sly rnen Introduced the subjec of JlirccL Legislation, and after opei 5ug nn tbe fit oyer I Presided! 'Treglllus, who apples a Borne length on rottenness o jtartylam, a HulJject which he handl-ei in bin inimitable way. The reaiilL'o Ibis epeceh was a reeolucion LO thi effect that "this meeting of. the Un lied Fnrinara'of Alberta place itteU o, record ai in a[ Direct Legfsla -'tlon, and pledging itself to supnor 'Ihe In future.-" Thi %vaa put to a standing vote, and ery ratin hla feot. V LAjDLAW OFF FOR .PEACE RIVER Anclre.w Tjoiltllaw, of me, who is. largely interested in- .coH.1 .lands, iin fjethbrid.Be dJairlot, and the Crow's Nest Pasfi, has gone to the'.Pence River, to look over coa.l pro- jierties there: A Mtf (his inrf A tule of thtt, ill lonf, dulli (he ippellla and weakens ihe dipslloti, Reslofe your lo ;healthy vigor by Uklnfa Nt-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet ifttr eieh cut out the Nt.Dni.Co Drapepvia xre Ihe bait Irlcnds for suffertri from Indigestion dyspcpsli. 50c, Box at Mada by tht NftHend Druf and Chemical Co. of Limited. the conduct oE': Gurniany, and Italy, having admirable wireless continue to lay down more cables, 'itlr. Hright.ailiis: "Our American cousins, too, can hardly he '.said to lack in enterprise or appreciation of what latest inven- tions-can do. for them, and thc Wes- tern Uimm Telegraph company .of Xew York would scarcely have in- dulged, in -Atlantic anil, c-specially have bought out live Drit- ish 'lines, if-it luld MioiighL .wireless would niore eflectiye ..in ;thu Thc conclusion- reached by Mr, IhighL is LhaL while' wireless has its independent use, notahlj-' fpf commun- ication .between ship and ,ship, and between ship; it ig noi, ildsLined to supersede the submarine cable, hut to serve at au' auxiliary Lo it. tlfe' form of cniliiwincuL for dow of tli'u laic Bislipp Ilolmeu} of ALhauasca, who spent years (Joing what he could as a mis- sionary1 in bur oM'ii land. A second appeal was read 11 dian school, 13. C., for funds for' school building. S' o'vcr.JiilFtlio MR. BURY STARTS ON WESTERN TRIP WILL GO .THROUGH' TO. AND WESTERN LINES Winnipeg, Man., -June Itnry, vice-president, ami general man itgcr of tlic Canadian Pacific railway left this morning at 11 for a [rip of inspection over 'the'.ivestrrn. incs. HB is yccompa.nied by ilivision: al officials and will be joined in tin west by the chief engineer. Jlis Irii vill extend to the coa.sb and while .here several mailers now. pending scUlement ivill he disposed 01. M. M. REYNOLDS lewly-appolntfd nt of Ihf Grand Trunk Pacific afternoon session A splendid'attendauco marked afternoon ineetinc..vof. the j.Woman's Auxiliary yesterday in St. AiiguBCin's ball. After the opening devotional; exer- cises the revision of pledges; 'and grants for the coming year was taken up. Mrs: Melroso as president of All Sniuls W. A., Kdmonton, moved that the '.pledges towards (.he parsonage fund and the Bishop Pinkham emer- gency, fund be discontinued as pieties ;md in future all monies.to these funds he contributed in of grants. The motion was seconded by Jlrs. George Webb, Edmonton, and carried with only four dissenting votes. Moved -by Mrs. Webb, 'Edmonton; seconded by Mrs. Dickensoii, Gleicheu, that the asked Tor by the general he promised; for the coming 'year. ?225 was voted for the general fund by only nine, branches through I heir representatives at" the meeting, unri S107.50 for the Indian' School fund was voted by ten'branches.' Mrs. Geddes, of Calgaiy, literature" n very full report, slating that 521 leaflets are subscribed for annually. She closed willi an appeal for funds .for hooka for the W. A. library, being handed in by various iu re- spouse to Mrs." Geddos' appeal.' Mrs. Sucnce, of.Cnlgary, sent-her report na extra-cent-a-day gecrebGry- treasurer, whicJi was read .by Mrs. Mel rose. The'rcpbrt showed that the receipts for (he year were Mrs. Melrosc also read Mrs.' Hume's report us united [haultofforing secre- jary-lrensiircr, showing the amount raised for Ihis fund to be j Several minor amendments to tho diocesan bylaws Sere .discussed aiid ulopted. One Important'change 'was made, namely, that'tlno executive corn- mil Lcc will .conetaV of all elective of; leers instead of only eight, as form- erly. Afternoon tea was served by. (he Misses DRWEOII, Addy, NiinmoiiE, I-IIc- ?ey, -A. Dawden, Jianrahflii and 13ur- agsin. The seatilon closed with pray' by thc Rev. J. 15. Alurrcl-WrlgliU with great caution. It may. be noted that Crow's Nest passengers had to remain in Medicine Hut all'day yesterday, because of the fact that the local train did not wait, 'which he holding up-of the mail -from- the 'ilast. Conventigi.ixa Success' Asked for regard- ing ihe' Yi A. convention at Winnipeg, Mr. Irving staled that the gathering was-more succ-esBful than 'Ita promoters imtlblpalcd. The con- vention unaniinousiv decided that- il ivas in'th'e As'sb clation's work lii" Canada Ih'at a sep arate.-.Caimdiaii .body.be formed, and as a result a.Canadian National coun c.. was elected. will di- rect the future' policy Ai: C. A. work from ;i .Cacddjah, standpoint. A cial side King most important cursion into home.' pol. .s, says thc wrilur, was hls'-yaiii altuiuul to dis- suade thc house of lords frmn the rcjeclion of budget, albhougli he disliked ita pro- visions. Booze Made Constable Crazy (Continued from front the lieadwear, when-he a s aud looking up he saw a volver pointed at him. After threat- ening (to kill Sandere, The constable rcsum-eil his journey, the time keep Ine his revolver In his ha-nd, and look- Ing.back toiv.tirds the crowd: At the bridge he scarod.a number of sinal boys, who EOOQ "scooted" for shelter. Everybody Ducked Ascending the hill, the following parties were met, held up, threatened with their lives, any ihen nllovvecl.lo proceed on David-Prlr erson and Fera Woolf, In JMr. and Mrs, ThosVDuce and, In buggy; Duce, on.horseljack, pnd Maude Ferguson and Fred in ugffy. .In all with the ex- ception1 of the Sanders case, while the gun... was freely'pointed, .the trig- ger, not pulled. Proceeding pi his way, Gougli -jiitt with no further oppcrtujilttes for g-ir. play. Several.miles .out of'towu, the iqnor manifested itself and he. Veil roin tlie..horse, and in this posltloo ..was found by-.Mr. Skriver, .who..was on his -'way-to -the un- fortunate man into the wagon box and tielng the horse, behind; the journey was resumed. I3y this'time the had reached Constable Steed, and .quickly securing the-services of'a horse and r.nmnnnv widi "yiciniifii" JiVunc nnauiuiif.y. of 'piirppBc which prevailed throughout the various "meetings held. Tho general feeling of the gathering was that the time had arrived for Ca nada. to accept her full measure of re- s-nonsibljity in tlie .work of tbo T. -M. C. A.. About 150 delegates attended theKCOnveiitiun, every general secre- tnry' west of the Great Lakes being present. DIED Lnudbreck, Alia., oh Tu-eeday, June 1, .Pauline Ew- ing, daughter of Mr. and Jlra. Thom- as E. Ewing, aged 3 years. PONTIFICAL .UNIVERSITY-'..CON FERRED B, A. ON EIGHTEEN SISTERS Wellington. June Uio'first lime In four hundred vturs were conferred upon women; by.a pon- tifical university sestordaj, at the, commencement cx-ercla'en ot IcacherH1 college of thc "CaMiolIc versity of Ameilci 18 SIBICIB, repfe sontatlvfi of the -lending teach lug communities, were '.awarded'''the- In A.'mariced.feat- ure In the unusual OVCHL the fact that Iho recipients of the honor sur- passed all iirevious niarkfl, astic 'atlainnient lor a like detreu en to men by tho The award of the device of haccfllaureate In ans to ilie 3S teaching olateis je terday :the.first that .haijbeen made by ihe 'pontifical, 'uiijyeasily since similar awaida wcrp Snude bi thc university of IJologue.; lii 1-ia.ly nearly four hundred years agio. BRIDGE TO COST TWENTY MILLION VICTORIA DELEGATION, IN VIEW WITH BORDEN ..WILL .MAKE MODEST HEQUEBT Victoria, dejiutatlbii will leave tonight for Ottawa' to MJEciiBB the1 Seymour 'Nairows bildge tiou with Jal has been prepared for preaeiitation, getting forth lint such bridge coat In the neishhorHood af tjveuly riiilllon, and that it should be built by the Dominion governirieut; aad rental, charges be made to tbe i illway com panies using II. The deputation con Biets pr P. Hi Sheppaitl Mp 4.1dei CuthbeTt; Deaumont Doggs and C. H. Lugrin, editor oC'the Colonist. with iqm'ftthlng.from our appetizing: ttock. Let Us Help You Select It Nothing but, the'.but Jleid: here. We need your' trade' too much to anything elie. Try ui .know you will buy hire Lethbridge Meat Nirtet J.'MURPHY; PROP. Majestic Theatre, .Phone 835 started. out on Uie trail In pursuit, coming up with tho party a few miles out of town. Disarming Cough, he was brought hack the and) locked up. AL.Lhe-lime taking possession oC: the revolver, two shells were found therein, .but whether they were there at the. tlmo of the Sander's is not known. At the before Inspector Lind- say and Se'rgt. the H. N. Jf. P., Constable Gough was sentenc- ed" to six months' iiiiipriapnineniL at hard .labor, also dismissal from tlic Otf 10NG TRIP TO VISIT MISSIONS Kenora, QnL-, June LoEL liouse left this >week .'or his Irlp to the -Norl'ii, aud will .-lw -about' three months.' Hit Imdahlp makes the trip, every secor-j iear, vieitiug the uisElons of the Church of England scattered at dlffprcuc points in the vast north country Leaving Ihe C P K nc Selkirk he is going across Lake. Winnipeg by. steamboat i'o'No, nay Houic and rrom there on a .trip. of miles on'tlie'likes and 'to York Fnc'tory, thof.nioutii of the FIXING A SAIL THE BOAT UPSET TWO YOUNG MEN AT PORTAOE, MANITOBA, WENT TO WATEHV GRAVES Portage, '-Man.-, Juno as cast over Portage yMlerday. >f- erooon, when'it learned qung-men had-.beeii drownej Iir'lhe ,The ley Hei'co, manager of a cigar itore, nd -Graham son of. a'well- iiown citizen. The.-young men -Svere [tryjuj. to' fii-.a" sail in a a.gust ot-Tl'lnd CHiight-.lt .and "overtui-n'edL the ctthbe. Herco hunff OQ to the ftldea, but his companion go down, he went Uo, his aeintance, and as a reiult lost IHB own life PINCITER CREEK' Plncher Creek, D. Hull MH Hull and famllj left today for Cornnallia NS wheie will renlde present. good things will happen Pildaj One 13 the league baseball Pincher. other ig the bftchelbi-B' dance nhlcli takes place In tbe Op- era'House on the same Both evenits .should Aftcheson .tbii even- ing to attend the meeting of the Gen- eral Assembly In Edmonton. Churchill, 200 miles north-of.Hudson's Bay, and one of in Ihe north. servico. No defence was attempted. to assume. MISS. VEALS RETIRES Toronto, June ..will- ot in- lerest to all who have known ;Mlas Veals, cither peraonallj 01 by repnta iiou, to lenni ;tliat she hiia, decided1 to i-asign, the nrincipalahip'.of her Tons estahllahcd school, 651 Spadina Toronto.-'.: ,Her suc- cessor will be iMiss ,J. of London, England, 'who for the reEjipi'isIbllities she la about MR. WADDINGTON'S IMPORTANT COMMIUION Mr. Frank VVaddlhgton Ima been, in- of-- has .been. Appointed -to sell at Edmonton on Tune I' the tpun sites of WAbanum. and Di'IHield, on. the G. T. P.. wast of Edmonton There is cooaidorable Indiin- involved While the appomtqient is there "were'; many nfter. it, 'and.the LetlilirldRe honored in his selection. SECRET OF BAKING GOOD BRBAQ There IB probably no nccompllfih- lent that n woman glories (n more timi the ability to bnkc Rood bread, Vhlle Swan Voast Cakc-H alwnya en- ure ;i light, wholcBOinc and delicious mud. Sold by procoi'3 In .alx cithnp. Spml today for bile irwnn apicol cercitls, Uljiiftod, oroulo, Out It Depends on You Whether you get the Best Meats, the largest var- iety and the best service. We Kill and Treat All Our Own Meats disappointment, but perfect satisfaction with every order. Our Meats Tempt the Spring Appetite Let us show you that we have the best on the market. GEORGE A. Corner 4th Avenue and 6th Street, S. "Our Motto is Quality"