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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITnRTDGI? DAILY IIKRAU) Long Service and 'utichc.ion ire assured if you purehue knives, forksj spoons and sen-ing pieces .bearing.ihu trade mark This brand is known as that Wears" I Kid it made IM Hie of plute. Famous fir nerCoyerusforlUdurablllty j ind beauty. Leading De CANADA MISLED BY INTERESTS SENATOR SAYS THIS COUNTRY VOTED ON FALSE ISSUE AT T SEPTEMBER ELECTIONS t.Wasliinglon. June tin' ]ilc ofi-l'unada were misled bv "Hie lutelc.lis" oi Ihr Tnilcd Slalfs ivk'll they turned doivii the reciprocity pact with the I'nilfd Slates Ike ch'argc made by Representative Jle- Call of Mnssachuseils vhen Ihe House was debating whether it would accept ihc Senate ita Steel tiill repealing Hie Reciprocity JRW. The Canadians voted on the Ition annexation to the United iStates, Mr. JlcCall hinted. Ii .Hie.' .were 10 vote on a straight reciprucr ify, lie added, the people ol Uanaia in his opinion, accept it: "Mr. McCall souiiied a warning to England hy remarking that taxation or revenue laws which tend to ili- .vert trade Irom tlic natural coiuse .ilh'r'caleii grave danger to her contin- uing to hold her colonies. "I voted in favor o! Canadian reci- procity, a year said Mr. Mc- Cill, ''belicvina it to be .1 wise am1 beneficent act ni staicsnranship, anil uot propose to vote lo.repeal it now. is -true that they have .had an Election, in Canada, but.I' do not be- ji'eve the Canndoan government has oi- licially passed upon this question .t'anada is :i great country, extending p'ter vast regions, .with..a sparse.ppp- ulation, and it is dilTicult in a short time lo set a .coherent and rielinite expression of National opinion. J'l helievci the people oi; Canada were misled at that election. I be- lieve they were assisted by the Interests rijf this whirb pre- sented a. False issue lo., the Canadian I am. in favor of giving L'an- niln a .chance to rccall'her purely pro- vincial utterance and to spcair, il she can do so, v.-ith the voice oi the Na- tion.' the great provinces ol .AlberU ond Saskatchewan', and Manitoba are prevented from trading, with their neighbors across the border, in'Min- nesota'and other States, and ii .the '.T'Tice .of. their continued..allegiance to British crown is to compel them pay" preferential duties of 33 pir .cent, in order lo consume British think that no better hyay cbnld he devised to lead those Igient provinces to drift away from Great Britain ajid to''cause the dis- itnembormcnt "of the (FIGHTING THE BOOTLEGGER LIQUOR LICENSE' DEPARTMEN KEEPS UP THE BATTLE ON THE G.T.P. ICd moii ton. Juno four daj legal buttle belween lltuior COIIPC department and aliened boo loggers on the'U. T. P.'ihc people Kelson have hail u busy time In week. Half a dozen liiiws during the pa six mentis mini from tlie liquor cense department have secured co vluiions asamsL at E son. Along the 0. T. P. there n [tfople who appear lo ililuk tbut boo legging1 is a Rood and honorable o cupanon, and thai ihe men in th employ of Ine liquor license deuar ment are aliout the scum of tl earth.. Exactly the opposite is tl case. In the eyes 01 the law and he public eye. Ihe convicted boo leggei- is nothing more or less lha a criminal, and ilic men who nssi in brining him to justice, tielph 10 rid ihe province of' his nefnrloi work. nre. ieadiiig a clean1 and ho orable -vocation, just as honorable a that 'ot any otlker engaged in branch of the public service for ih pin-pose of detecting crime and pn scenting criminal. On the 2Stb.of May men froi the license department were sen west by Chief License Inspector Fo sier along the .G.T.P. and the C.N-H .with to secure evidenc or the Illegal sale of liquor. They turned' to Edmonlon and reporie eight cases in which they had ev On the of June the ques lion of'' prosecuting 'was takeu ui and informations were sworn out be fore Inspector Raven at'Edson on th' llth. Chler Provincial Uetectlv Nicholson, of the liquor license brand was sent to Edson to prosecute tin cases. Informations were laid agaius Irving Dave Ballley. thos Gosden and E. L. Mason of Edson and three other cases from Fltzhugh and" points Evidently the parlies charged wi't bootlegging bad decided to make a fight, aiid their interests were repre senl-ed-by, Mr. Dixon, a barrister from Edmonton. laid charge iigainsi one of'the department's men for sell ing liquor illegally on the JOth May. This case was tried before In spector Raven on June 13iti and was dismissed. Another charge was laid by J. Brady (who was recently con Ticled by, the.-department at Edsor OR a liquor ch'arge) against one o the department officers, charging being' drunk at Edson on Save Work for the Housewife atop the rood work when thf putitft.'of'jour houie is In fed-flint the 'floern. ind libori ol hguse- v'Hc. A roufh; floor in in pltce forferms And dirt lo lo keep clean. Floor Paint I il cuilr applied br Ihe houiMrifC h'r-lf. I Itsinkiinlo Hit wood, Alb up Ihr ericti, Sufh oih turfici t with a floor u a In tine iidvi, colon wir. la auit indl. PAINT AND VARNISH HAKER5 WINNIPEG DRAWCri At CALCABY AQENT FOR LETHBRIDGE Hayp Hdw, Co. the llth inst. also cflme before Inspec tor Raven on the ISlh'anil as there wne noi evidence to'iiroye the charge it .was also dismissed. On the 13ch LWQ departoiehtal men were, charged, on Information laW by Goaden, with indecent exposure the offence, in this connection'being that, of urinating- at ihe rear of a pool room; which is 65 feet in one direction and 85 feet in another from any other public place. This case tried, before H. H. Bradley, J.P. on June IJth, and was also dismisa- d. When Chief Provincial Detective Nicholson saw whai lookafl like a "frame-up" on the men in the em- ploy of the liquor license department :o beat his "clean-up." be wired Chief. License Inspector Forsler at Edmon- :ou on to send him a. barrister to defend his men. George O'Connor went to Edson on Thursday morning and acted in their defence In each case, with .the result as cited above, the diamlBBtti of all tbeae charges. ,AVhen attempt to balk the -work of ihe-departmoni had been cleared away, prosecutions were up againfit. the men charged with boct- legginp. Each of iheae cases vere' tried.before. Inspector Itaven on the 1-iih: The case against Tliornds Gosden was dismissed, the man's preTlous good character in Edaon was argued before the magistrate and taken In consideration in connection with this prosecution. The cae.e against. Irving AV'olverlon was next taken up and he was found guilty oCv illegal trafflclng in liquor and was fined )200 and coats. An- other charge against this Bame man; preferred by. the Mounted Police, for selling liciuor Illegally on June lgt, was adjourned for eight days. The case against E. L. Mason was also adjourned until the 19th. Dave Ballley and two others from points weat placed themselves In the posi- tion ol" evading the serving of war- rants Issued for their arrcsla. -The cliarg-c against Xeal Woodiiouee, of Fitzhugb, haVaieo been remanded, un- til the i9th> On Friday evening as the train was leaving the depot at Edson, the license department man who was charRed with being: drunk at Edsou on the llth, and .which case was dls- mlssetl after 'being tried under Iho criminal code, had a sunviions serv- ed on him, to appear on the same charge, the new Information beibK laid uudor .1 municipal bylaw of the town of Edsbn. COUNTY IN THE WAY Middlesex county council refined to consider London council's .suggestion for a 70 and 30 cent, division of cost for new municipal' The county', sticks .at 25 per cent. TOASTEi CORNFLAKES EBERTS MUST LOSE HIS LIFE Justice Simmons Uphelc by Supreme Court En Bane Calgary, .lime chances o Kbert, new uiiiier 'sentence u .enl-li a.1 Maclcod, For R, comniutatioi o( the ilcaili penalty, appear now triddlesexes, one om Leeds added to one .Uke.n put of the revs, the two Lanarks Will .be uiiit- nd possibly Prescotl and-Russell. In latter ridings 'the townships .of Duccster and for iu- ial. and municipal purposes are in Melon, may ''-be 'attached to t Constituency, and I'rescbtt .and uBscir united ior municipal purposes prc.seut-.may-. have.one member. 'fiulTerin has a population, ol less .than. 1, Grcnviile of less, .than d in the rc-arrangenieiit of consti- ncics, .these ridings may 'he "taken 3 consideration and'possibly at- che.l lo oilier ridings, if the above- cntioned proposals are not satisiac- ry to the majority of the house." ELEVATORS AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, June :nt Bury, of Hie C. P. told n del- gallon of the Vancouver Board of radeithat called on him :this morn- g that. his. company rwould have. a. ne elevator service for wheat hand- ng here completed by October, 19H. Beciuse Ihey acl so pently (no purging yal so L 'T NA-DRU-CO1 LAXATIVES Fircbesl for Ihe children is well is ihc frown-ups.' 25c. a -boi ENTERTAIN THE BRITISH JISITORS LAURIER AND'WHITE TELL MON MEN OF CANADA'S GREAT FUTURE OUawn, June Iho limclieo given by. tho Dominion yuvenimen nt the Clintcnu Uuirit-r todiiy to Hi visiting. British financial and bus ness nion] .ILoii. G, II. Per toy, nciln, prlmof nihilsLer, in-osidoil nud pi'onos oil tlio tbitst or "Our Guests" In i neut of-welcome. Sir Liim-IeY, In seconding Hie toasl. iTfi'i rod to the InuuKiiuitioii of the BrHisi preference flficui. years ago. He pressed regixsl .that vLslis of ihis kim had not been commenced earlier fo he was certain It would bear fruit If full advantage hnil noi been lakei of CauiMlian preference, Caimdian were not lo blnme. He hoped Ihn the present trip was an evidence lha British manufacturers have coimiienc ed lo realize how great are the oppoi tunnies' in Cifnad.i. Hon. T. in replying lo tonst to the Dominion, told the vis tors that Canada's total trade thi year will pass the billion mark, wliil the immigration figures will ex we half a million. He assured them o: his responsibility ns Minister of Fi uance that, while occasionally bad in vestments have been made in. Can there is no country in the work where the opportunity for pro-t'ui.bl hire's Linen t Is so good, and expr-essei firm conviction (hat many presen would live lo see Canada's population exceed the prc'sein population of, Llie British Istes. HIGHWOOD RIVER ON THE RAMPAGE C.P.R. TRACK AT WALLACE FARM HIGH.-RJVER, WAS COMPLETE- LY UNDER WATER Aldersyde, Alia.1, June Cfll- ;ary'branch of the C.P.R. was in-a Late of chaps yescerday, us a result if-the recent heavy rains along "'this ine, and in .the .foothills and moun ains to the west. .So great.was the fhrirt' from .Snturdny night ligh CreekJ'Svere oamingi-lorrents'; andj'lakea' collected Ipnp a, great norjion railway "tiont -High-lllv- r, along the AVnilace farm, the great- r part is under water. Tlie oadbed'was'unahle to hold hack the dammed up nd channels to allow it to icape to the east. Before this could e ahoui a mile oi rack was practically lubmergeii, and or twelve-.hpurH-trarflc' was 'entirely eld np..v the Al- ersj de :branchiwere ordered out, and yv22.30.-o'clock rrtHe damage was .re- aired, guard agj inat eventuallliea.'and trains'passed ver. The north-bound-passenger due at Idersyds at'10.30 did not arrive till 2.30, while the souih train-' at night o Macleod was three hours late aving -To this train was ttached private car of-' Supt.- A. rlce, which carried the superintend- nt.to the the'trouble, Con: e'ction- could at.'M.ac- ig'east, andi'MiiiBrice made'.'arrange Jcnta.j.bi' -whichvthe' souihboiindj'ran a''-ft' special arfd' points On ftie. -WaJlaccj'farm' it ary to le: ".them ;the bad bed, ;had one', its; ho ha'd- tents, 'this; farm oiin'd two. Vat-ar-'ln undky ,ihe.; after- ;on they -wereV'jcomneiled, jn the- en'tA one'oi' niimDer as The Aldehyde trouble gang bad a ill to a -blocked culvert -on their ranch on Saturday afternoon, which ireatened wash out a -part of lelr.track. A spread rail on the sid- g here was the'means of piling iip ur'cars in a confused shape, and the ing had a very busy Sunday. (High''hlver. Times) The 'new town of Vulcan, on the Idersyde-Kipp railway, about forty ,cs south east of High 'River, ia ex- erienclng qnlle-a building ioom at preaent time. Tho moat import- ,L building unfler way IB a hotel be- g erected 'by ftira'a v t f fllr- This- wiii-be''i. three 'e iTfoun- ire 'o'f'frarn'e ilibn have-forty jams for. giieslS'ln addition to .the heT. niual hold to be heated.'hy lighted ;.hy' own Individual electric lighting inl, and be thoroughly modem all III anitolnlmentB. Elves Broi! re a general-store, 30' laid the ...idatlon for; n block .10x50 .feel, hlch will be occunlwl by a liarncBB hop and rurniturc'.slore. Sevcralre- denccs and Bmallcri huslncBa bulld- gVnrii alfio.jn orec'llon'. lilctn Is the cc'ritTe'of a iririlnV. rtlilrict, Iho glowing are giving confidence' men; and RYLA NDS AL WA YS SELLS IT FOR LESS BEFORE NEVER AGAIN Will bargains like these be found in this great city; July and stock taking conies only too soon. All Summer Goods must go, profits are now a thing of the past. Business these days is tremendous. Every day, every hpur, you will find Rylands' Store crowd- ed to the doors. This Great Rummage Sale has created a great sensation amongst the buying pub- lic of this city. They realize that at last they have a chance to share in a Real Cut-Price Sale. OUR SALE PRICES ARE IMITATED OUR BARGAINS DEFY COMPETITION DAINTY INSERTION AND EDGINGS IN CAMBRIC AND MUSLIN EMBROIDERY WORTH UP TO 15c. RUM- MAGE SALE- 5c CHILD'S FINE LISLE OR COTTON SOCKS, PLAIN OR LACE DESIGNS, PINK, TAN 'SKY, 20c 25p, RUMMAGE SALE PRICE 15c EXTRA QUALITY LADIES' LISLE GLOVES, 2 DOME. FASTENERS, WHITE. TAN AND REGU- LAR 40c and 35c, RUMMAGE SALE PRICE 25c 50C.A.ND 75c JABOTS AND SIDE'FRILLS; ALL AT ONE LOW PRICE FOR THIS RUMMAGE .SALE 25c BABJES MUSLIN BONNETS IN 'MEDIUM SIZES, VALUES AS HIGH AS.60CI-THEY.-AL-L -MUST PRINTS. AND .GINGHAMS, DARK''AND LIGHT COLORS, REGULAR.'lSc. 'ANp'20c.< YAHD-.AT- RUM- Hair Pins, 3 Boxes for Hair Nets, 6 lOc 25c THOUSANDS.OF YARDS OF FINE QUAUITY'DRESS LIN- ENS AND PAINTY VOILES, FANCY FOULARDS THAT SOLD AS HIGH as 60c; RUM- MAGE PRICE KIMONAS 25c WAISJS WRAPPERS SACQUES J1.50 GLOVES ALL ON .A BIG -TABLE MARKED YOUR CHOICE 90c TO VANISH- POINT ON- MUSLfN DRAWER'S, CORSET COV- ER'S! 'SKIRTS AND NIGHT .GOWNS SEE THE GOWNS AT 80c Prices Lowered Every Great Rummage at .'HOMES'. WANTED the Uepartment cd the applications' of. those; who' ilesire to.ailont 'chlld'rcri. '..There Is ,a'-con- siant tlpad, of, apDllcatlona frpin.good- iiearUd.' who'arc ''willing'to or ft 111- .retui'ir-'for Ipy.c child -'will .''bear (oVarts Jiist V at" however, there.ifl-.a iach .pf-aiipllcatlons.f.'Jr-Jii- fanl.'boyii''Bnd the'De'pB.rtnientMiiis'on If'a liaiidsjnl' Ihe 'nibmoht .throe" hoya fbr would llke'; to get, hpmefl.. One.of thene hoya la almost three 'inoiidi's old. IIo comes oC Sweil- Ish-Canildlan itock, and I; a- good- looking! ralr-lialred, blue-eyed -young- ster. Another one, eight montha of Is one ol the hinduomest child- ren hive iiecu. cared ror by the I Department .for ..aomo time, ..-.arid, shoiild haVe.no dirticulty whatever in obtttinlng a home if only tliose peo- wlio desire lo iidont a child aware that is needed for him. He.is a merrj''llt'llc youngsler, who has won his'way Into, Hie hearts of the matron' at th'e shelter and .her as- slsianls. He is very slrong and he'allhy aiid-of good, parenlage. The litllo -boy, who is only five months'.old, has n mpre interesting history, being a .foundling. Ha IB a strong, husky, little fellow, with veTj'. ways, and uhonld goon he adopt ed into sdine goo'd home. Anyone deslriiiB lo adopt one of these children should write lo the Su- perintendent.at Neglected Children al Edmonton; antf an apjillcalion form, (o. he fllleil-pu't. will be sent to them Immediately. Upon receipt of the ne- cessary documents, If everything Is 'will bo Boni to of. Ihc ..province, the only cost to the applicant being the raij- way fare of a 'matron, .who .takes the child to'the nearest railway" Blation.1 TORONTO i. 'RAILWAY TROUBLE Ont., June IS.-KMannEer Fleming had nolhlng lo say.lhi's mom- Ing about, the.a'treel car slluation. At tho.olllceH of ihe Hallway ..Men's Union the coinmlllec was watting pallcntly for word that a conference' had been arranged! -.11 IB expected thn.t Ihe men will.have n chnnce to put, their case before the' directors early nexl week ancl.lhls will probably be Ihc anco lliat will be men at Iholr regular moctliiK tomorrow after- noon. ON BOARD OF MANAGEMENT ,'llov. A. C. CnmCTOii in'd'.J. D. .IHg- Inhotham have, beehr'tlepled-mnnbcrs o( ihe board of. Hole- erlgons College, Blrilh'coni, ;