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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE r.ETIIBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, May a, 1M8. DOCTORS MR. MABEE THEvWOMAN. WHO REALLY CARES SPOILS HER whole appearance if she wears that new suit or dress with a pair'of old fashioned shoes, pnly the Latest shoes will help to complete her triumph. Come in this store today and let us show you -the latest modes. In Queen Quality, Pumps, Oxfords or Button Shoes TOGGERY Underwent Second Oper- 'ation This Paresis Developed Toronto. -May At three o'clock this afternoon Judge Mabce was hold- ing his own, but the doctors think the fight Is hopeless. At 4.30 p.m.. Mr. Mabee's condition was unchanged. Last night l lie condition of the pa- tient was most A doc- tor was in attendance at 10 lit midnight, mill at 1! o'clock in the morn- 1 ing. There was paresis of tho bowels, with tremendous distension. It was ilecideil that a second opera-] tion was necessary, and the patient! went into the operating room this j I morning. Though the operation Itself i is simple, the condition which uecessi- j tales it IB serious. A friend who saw him this morntns 1 was shocked hy the appearance of the formerly robust man. The short Ill- ness Ji'ad pulled him down greatly. Friends who called to inquire anx- iously about the Commissioner's con-, diiion. Went away with the conviction, that, he would require all Itis strength! if he was to come through what is or- dinarily a simple operation. BIG COWBOY CELEBRATION RECIPROCITY VERY LIVE ISSUE Jos Martin Says Feeling' For it is Stronger Than Ever London, May Martin, M. P., in-an Interview tndayfl said: "I think the reciprocity feeling m Can- ada stronger than ever. The Ijiurier government-was defeated he- cause its, political sins-were hnge. 1 WHS over, the time, ami afc though T was strongly in favor of re- ciprocity, voted against the govern- ment, and a great many other Liber- als did the same. Since then there has been a picturesque.'illustration of IBs advantages of reciprocity, so fur as Western Canada is concerned, par- ticularly Manitoba; Saskatchewan and Alberta, where they grou 'wheat on a big scale. Last year the wheat crop very heavy, but was hurt hy. frost. It could-nave- been sent to Minnea- polis, where the big mills could have used it all right. .-If Canada .had had American1 duty would have been roff wheat, and Canadian farmers would have got twenty per cent, more for their wheat. .When You put that up to the farmers, nolitics disappear. It is ridiculous to talk, about reciprocity as being (load -'or' ever. It will be a verv live factor at the next Dominion elecUon, when there will be-a general'feeling. Hist s well as against high tariffs." WOULD FIGHT AGAINST NATUKE Ottawa, government hus under consideration the extension of the lime for'cloaing navigation at, tli-a head of the for a month, from December 1 to January L Hon. Robert Rogers. .Minister of the Interior, is working-on the plan, and has been visiting this week Montreal and Toronto, interviewing navigation companies, insurance men, ami busi- ness interests. The government is termlnetl, if possible, to prevent a re- petition of the grain of last eeason, ant! if, the navigation can be extended a month, from lii.ODQ.flOO more bushels of grain fee. shipped. The government would place at Fort .William and Port Arthur several ex- Ira ice breakers, while arrangements 'A-otild have to be" made for lighthouses etc. OJVE SAYS YES. THE OTHER N4) FARMER AND GRAIN BUYER ON EXTENSION OF CANADIAN PACIFIC FACILITIES' FOUR CATTLEMEN PUT MONEY TO ENSURE THE CELEBRATION Calgary, May bis visit to gary during the first week in Sep-, tember, H. R. K- Duke of Connaiight, j (Governor-General of Canada, will be 'given a glimpse o! western life Jin the old days when the cattle .ranch- [er and tne COWDOVS were lords "of the plains. Arraagemtitts are bing made to have a three days' excursion unnu have a three days' exhibition at Vic- toria Park of cowboy Sports, will surpass anything before attempt ed in that line, either, in western Can- ada or even the western States Six; weeks ago Guy Weadick one of the-most expert ropers in America, laid a proposi- Calgary, r May 3. In reference to grain shipments, W. J. Tregillus, pre- sident of the United Farmers of Al-Icame to berta. believes: that the conditions of {tion before the'exhihitlon' society, to Ibis, year are boiiud to recur, it will: put. on :such- a, feature. A committee be impossible, he believes, for the C. f was appointed to inquire into the P. R. "in one year to complete the genuineness ot the proposition, trackage and terminal facilities ne- cessary to take care of the annually che proposition, and j reported favorably on it, .Have Put Upf; So convinced were they of the value increasing crop. j of- the feature, both-as an entertain- The wheat crop in Alberta this'year, ment' and as a matter of publicity, he estimates, will be somewhat larg-" that four shrewd business er than last year. Owing to the delay caused by unsatisfactory weather, the amount of winter wheat sown was not as large 'as was expected, and there will be a very great .increase in and Hon. Archie McLeaa M.P.P., put up in the Dominion bank to finance the proposition far as arranged, in cash The program, so provides for over course grains; rhe amount of new (prizes and when completed will total land broken for wheat will more than over balance this decrease and the total crop will be somewhat lurger. But without a great increase of ter- minals, a double track route, and double the amount of siding, no aiu- The cash offered "will, it is ex- pected, attract the best riders from all over the continent of America. The Wild Succaro The four" principal horse-riding, steer steer bull- ount of rolling slock will afforJ relief, (logging ami fancy ipuing, '.wilf be for said Tregillns. L.'P. Strong, of the Alberta Pacific ihe championship of tlie world. The Elevator Co., believes that the in- third jg-0 crease in equipment will be adequate He estimates'-the Increase inthe crop at about 10 cent, over that of last year. "That number of additional FOSTER UNABLE TO :ars ,oiight to take care ol this in- crease said Mr. .Strong FfKEMEX AND LINE .TIP WANT 'INCREASED PAY AS WELL AS MEAN LARGE SUM Now York, fllay close- PLAN ITINEKAKY Ottawa, May Geo. E. Fos- ter is still uncertain as to his plans for the summer He is waiting to hear when and where the Imperial j Trade Commission 'wj'll 'meet. Ofti- 'cially he has no-ivord. the date, j although, unofficial! v, English des-j the Commission baa been j summoned to meet in London'on June} Air. Foster is hoping to visit-Aus-j upon the agreement of the engln- j tralm to carry out negotiations for ers and the [Jj closer trade relations, but can make fl 1 en- no plans until ha learns when Jneora for aiHncrense In wages and will havp to attend the'meeting ihahgcs iii their hours of work, the I of the Commission. ocomative firemen and hostlers of he liave bubmitted to the natiagers" a schedule requesting ad litional compensation for their labors changes In. their hours of work and n some cases the employment of as- ilstant firemen. S. Carter, of Peoria. Ill-, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Foremen and SEngineers presented ;he demands of the men to J. C. Stuart, chairman of tho conference iomniittup of ;the railroad malingers vho told him.the managcm would he jo called to meet as soon as posaiblle to discuss the matter. Later'it was stated on behalf of tho malingers Ihnt to grant thp would mcaiifl an additional annual out- lay by the railways of between S25.000-j 000 and meantime; negotiations by mail with Australia are progressing .slowly. -XEWSPAPFHS ARE UP AGAINST IT Chicago. 111., May be- tween tho Pressmen's Union and the LITTLE PRICES; LITTLE PROFITS; AND A BIGGER AND BETTER BUSINESS. Monster Corset Sale BIG FACTORY PURCHASE-FIVE PAIRS TO SALE SATURDAY, t i Wo ciinnol loo siroujily impress you with (ho and umisiialiness of, this saving on women's liiii'li g'nulc Corsets. Now is the iinic mosl arc in noml of a now aiul perfect' lilting t.'orset. ;ind your e.liaiH'e has can huy (wo pairs for ihe price, usually ]wid [or one. Tliis enormous purchase means a great saving to you. AVe found (lho niauufacluror with a. surplus stock. took over 500 pairs at our own price. We'll promise, yon some startling values if you pay us a visit. REMARKABLE COR. ICED IN CITY Regular Corset for 65c A light, weight corset, for small and medium figures, made of -strong coutil, .sixes from IS to 24 25 pairs at 'this early. 65c All Val's Selling at 90c .'Made from n good quality ivhlte batiste, luce medium high bust with med- ium length skirt; hose supporters, for average fig- ures, IS to 2fi. 90c Corsets at A splendid fitting Corset, with bust, and medium length skirt, bias filled bon- ing; made for slim, and med- ium figures; 26alue in hair nets; large size made ot silk: our. regular 10c line. In all shades......... r, Saved on This Mode! The best corset we ever saw for skirt, low bust, made, from best Eng- lish coutil, lace trimmed models for medium figures, IS to 26. S1.20 Another Snap An extra fine corset with all the features and lines of a five dollar corset. :Tltis model suitable, for medium figures only, low bust, extra long skirt; silk web hose sup- porters, IS to 26. S1.40 and Corsets, Two of the best cornet val- ues in the always bought this line for stock.and can fully recommend it to the most fastidious dresaer, extra low bust, long skirt, It to 2fi sixes only. Out of Town Orders for Corsets Add lOc Postage Men Look at these Bargain Snaps Black Sateen Work Shirts for 55c Good quality black sateen work shirts, with collar attached; "sizes 15 to. 17; value. ,50c Balbriggan Summer Underwear 4Uc Two thread French Balbriggan, worth 50c.' sny place; sizes 3d, 38, 10 cream color medium weight. A limited quantity at tins price. Llama Wool Cashmere Socks 25c A regular 35c ail woo! cashmere BOX, marked low .for Saturday, 25c per. until sold out. Soft and light weight; sizes 10 to 11 1-2. values in Negligee Shirts Odd lines a.nd sizes in> men's nagligee shirts, light and medium, dark colors; such makes as, Tookes, G. It, and Stobarta. 75c All Boys' Suits at Reduced Prices Boys' Buster Suits, Boys' Buster Suits, Tweed Norfolk Suits Tweed Norfolk Suits, WARNER CORSETS B. i I. CORSETS 1 'CROMPTON'S. qORSETS WINNIPEG HAD A FIRE principal published Chicago, which interfered with Ihe j regular publication of afternoon pa-1 jiei'E yesterday and -'morning io- i ilay. remained unsettled this moining. Preparations were made to Winnipeg, May warehouse, owned by Tees Perse, Ltd., aiKLoe- cupied by the Hobbs Manufacturing Co, glass manufacturers: the Waldon wholesale healing grounds, and. the PHtsburg Fence Co., of Pennsylvania, was destroved by fire last night. The toss was roughly estimated by those in terestc-d :i.t SSO.OOO. The bunding was THINKS, TEDDY HAS NEW< YORK DELEGATES Washington, May: Dix- cti, Chicago, and from prese Princess slrecf'lthis number will .be largely increased ITALY DENIES THE STORY RECEIVED SAD NEWS government v, iii 4n Tvrre ('ay niade a denial tho vestovday's l-cnuc, May I .-A tclegrnni In Mrs. Con.tnmhioolL that then A. KurgMon, of (Ins pirn-, was j rrcehcil last nislil announcing on the roclts liv a storm, and tragic fealh of a thirteen-} car-ojil I ol! (h'e fmht near Zu- panil-.son, son nf Hexrrly Puigosnn, am Conalantlnoivlc storv said nf Trtlro, Nova last night in it Despatch to this offec' lind 'afttrnoon pancis, the Wat; pvprwwil llml the dirriculty wonlil be speedily adjusted. Wagon men and .newsboys compli- caled ihe situation .with tho franif; one, tllre. also orcunled bv the Hobbs flriu. The] uetore june was vnlutd at and I was covered by Insurance Tbo Hobbs Oo. are the [irinripiil losers, a largo stoclcof val.iiablo plate and other glass used in the building Col. Roosevelt's .campaign mana- ger, todns', made the following state- ment: "After going oier the entire Xew York situation yesterday, with National. Coinmitteeman Ward, and other Republican loaders in that State, I am positive, that nt least twcnty.-one of the New York delegates, will .vote for .-Roosevelt on the first ballot at nt indications The Waldou an aiilmnohile orcirtcnt Itn, are ghen. No parlicu- been received in the Tuiklsh i-apital fronl Tlmis' h-a-.1e in stoclt. Co.'n loss will also be. serious. Us of being Ing few ,lroet stands the The I'Htsbnrg Co had ai.o a largo stock OH hand, bill in each case (he firms carried, substantial insur- ance. The fire was discovered by Her- bert Ward, a P. employee. The of ihe iiplnion that'the fire may oMncemliary orlg: niorniiiR paiic-ra. GOOD ROADS IN WELLAND county council will con- struct 25 miles' of good roads this DEGREE OF D. D. Montreal, May At. the convoca- tion of the Congregational College the honorary degree of.D. was con- ten eil upon Hev. Hugh Pedloy anil Rev. P. W. Macallutn. WIRELESS ON GREAT LAKES C.P.R. vessels on the Upper Ukes will be eiiulpped with wireless. WANT CHIEF TO GET OUT Ouolph firemen have asked for the (resignation of Chief Kiuch. HEAVY RAIN AND- SLEET STORM Winnipeg, May storm which visited most of the Canadian prairie west during the nasl thirty-six, hours extended over a very wide area, mak- RUFUS ISAACS CAS1E London. .May. :XT-Attoriiey-Generai Sir Rufus Isaacs adrtresed' the TjVreck ins itself felt south, well Into the commision, which is investigating the heart of the American middle -West. ]OBS 0; ine white Star liner Titanic Rain ami sleet has fiiHcn oier much of Ihe Dakolas: lllnnesola, Wisconsin, and contiguous States. In some cases it has heen heavy enough to bring down-the wires, and for some hours this forenoon Winnipeg was practical- cut off from wife communication at Washington. today, setting forth, the fBctB, as'uii- derstocd by the govefnmant. The whole oMhe forenoon tak- en np with this statement, whirh brought out little that had not al- ready, developed at the Senate inquiry with the Twin cities, white wires cast were also working slow. Tlie attendanc-3 o'" spectators was small. VA of sailors, silrvlvois of. the tragedy, who arrived here on WAS A REAL DESPERADO tho Lapland' from New York, ami had Wythevllle, Vn., May been subpoenaed to testify, were lor the Commonwealth, Tlojd Sent. Allen case, today continued 'to tell of the shootins; lip of tk-3 Cavroll County! courthouse. The- prosecution is deavorlng to'iiriive not only that the ANOTHER TOWN FLOODED Oaton HougCi La., Hay Mis- .accused killed the slssippi river prolfction levee In front attorney, Kustcr, bl.t that he and hlSj of Bayou Sara, La., broke II o'clock fellow clansmen promiscuously. this morning, according to a report conspired to murder the court officers received ..There is no chance la and juroTi the from inuhdatlon. ;