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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBTDGE DAILY HERALD Paw 11 Bakeyour food with a of Tartar Baking Powder A of Tartar Baking Powder Gproduct of Grapes ILADI Office, 1224 EDITED .BY "INO" PHONES: Residence 1110: Dare to be true Nothing tan neul a ujll he on liusdaj, May lie 7tli, alMhmn, A fault, which needs it "most, grows ildi two thereby Dinning aniUiabj ifaughtei, ot Castor, who been quests with aftunooi "i et all of bold this lor true No; faith is to' the wicked Hue Kor truth is predouji aiiii divine, Too rich A pearl, foe carnal "swine. liutler. Jlifl "former's 'j neither, Mrs Icj let irnod home tl is 'i IIBJ atcoiiipaiiiul bv UuitUn iio foi d in Ldigarj Mrs Tlic nimble lie A quiet wedding will be solemnized I1; like thr second hind upon a clock in church rt uglil o'clock to UL sco it IU the hour luiiii of aoriov, tvtmng, llu HP '1 i1 truth 1 Perry will unite in matrimony Miss .Seems to stand still, yet it'Stolla iMac Shively, of Warner. lo moves unseen, [Mr. Leni.S Brown, Hit; popular nian- And wins, at last, for the clock will jailer of Hie Majestic theatre. not .striku Till it has readied the goal. WERE TRICKED BY S.T.P. AGENTS DLD COUNTRY CLAIM THEY CAME I TO CANADA ON FRADULENT REPRESENTATIONS Ottawa W Cro theis MmMei of Labor Is in receipt of many complaints from 'Englishmen and In the as sort tliaj. were brought out b Ca %crk G T P, rtb uuil fv makers ind raachimefs on repre 01 liber troubles Thev lecjnied tint thev reached the West, they "were mot by policemen the com- md told thev 1o lue in caia and be unable to go of certain boundirios 7 Many of the and quit i- nn-d are in Winnipeg seek Ing work. their letters to Ltfe "Minister thej ver bltterlj their treitment They have also enclosed-the circulars Tjlnc'i lasueu the Grand Tiunk Faol'ic agents in aiid asserted there was dif- fjcnlly, and that they woulci be iu- tfjjred perman-ent trouble in the H tho v'efin the bollei ijutUers and pnchinists and the G T r An ai lilnition was tanned, and nuule a repoi t but the companj refused to accept It. The cbriiuariy ihsifits there i no. strike, while the men maintain there Is. It was to fill the positions of these men that the., Englishmen and Scotchmen were brought, to Ca- Mr. Crothers IIIIB ordered .an invest- igation Into-the allegations.that Imve haen made hy the man. Misrepresent- ation of such a character can be pros edited, in' Eriglaml, under a new sec- tijn of the Merchants' Shipping Act. This clause re.ide 'If anv person bi false lepioteuUUous fraud or false pretence, induces or attempts to induce any person to emigrate or to ;-engagt! n-steerage ijassagejn any ship, sli ill for each offence he liable on 'Summary conviction, fine riot ex- ceeding noumls to nnrnson ment with or without hard labor for a period not exceeding three months.' I N'ot lecfiivtng tomorrow Mrs. .John Slmirmau and the Missos' fell inn an Mlrs. lienjarnin "Ritssoll, of-Calgary, it) spending some 1.11 the guest of Mrs. William Slaflord. i j Mr. James Wallace, who lias been attending Upper Canada College, To- ronto, will arrive home 'tomorrow morning, Mr. Hragg, relieving inanagur "f the is spending the week-end at Baynes Lake. Johnston, of Toronto, who has house guest with Mrs. Hugh Boyd, returns, to her home the, first of the week. Queen- Mary lias ordered from a Massachusetts (inn Jlir most expen- sive dcctric fan ever made in the Hailed States.-and use'it for diving hei hair hi as Is prac tical from the standpoint oi m ikmi; j an plliuuit machine tlic is of gold Ihe tltctcid swucli is mule 01 eliony His Honor ilic'-'UtiutMianl-GovrrnoE': and Ladj Gibson a dimiLr parij i Monday evening to nicet those IIAVP becr.i'cbnnccled with the occu-! of House during the icgime-pf former I i cinors s nee t onfi delation I his T Fareutll 1o the olfitial ubicisnco known to Toronto. A i dwe was gnen afters aids hj Ladj Gibson.' ITALIANS WIN ANOTHER BATTLE Home Vav Tin, Office to tin .laaouncud anolhor ocping TIL the Italnn armv their Turkish antagonists. According to claims made te the General lieizoli has oecu- piPd I pbida, toui miles east by soutu of Poit TiiDoll ,after a slnrp engagement, in 100 CTC the aieinj were lulled Italian aie placed bv Ihe eminent at nine kill ed and forty wounded. Mrs. Hcssey will he the hostess ol v ma tint, o caid paiU next Ucunis day in courted to iier guest, AIISS Larson, oi Lang. Sask'. Miss Aelieson lias been engaged as teacher of tlic llanlieviUe school, and Miss, Fletti who recently aliut 'frbni .the Calgarv Normal, school has Unii added to the minster teaching staff. Mr George I cat lus bun past year in Trinidad, is eV route honie. Mr. Peat will visit at lus old l.o'pc m rctioha before rc-4 turning Lo tlie uU The marriage of Miss Louise Woods, daughter of Dr. J. J. -E. Woods, in- spector oi public ofhcis and Mrs Unods, inspector of public offices and Airs Woods, to Mr r Lauimboise, onil engineer son of Air L I atram- boiic, chiei translator at the House of Commons, and Mrs. Lafuamboise, I IIP following item 10 the niariianc oi Charles V Gigot, of the'Union Uank at Rucr, and fornierh riranagcr oi the Cardston hrancif, [is t I mm the Glasgow N S Ln- i icrLi'ncr oi -vprn -u is tal en the fol Iming account of (be mairiage of Charles A Gigot, of the Union Bank oF Canada at High Ru- er-.and a' son of'Mr. and 'Mrs. E. F. fjigot of Isabel Arthiir. i "In the Chinch of St John the Baptist, OJ-lafigou, thue solcmnizpii on moirimig at 7 o'clock thp' mifrriitgp of I el, eldest daughter of Mr and 4 James jimi Charles I Giyot, Bankj of at Alta. j "The beautiful ind dignified monial of tiic nuptial mass was per- J formed J D Lcod assisted In Father Ron j ,ald McDonald oi IJ clou 'Ihe church' crowded at" the( eirly hour] of r am to the service, for Miss one ol JSpH Glasgow s laiiest ard most popular voung Ihe bude, was jrucn awaj hv her father, loqkcd chummy a beautiful ot white chiffon m'tr mcssnline, with bridal and lilns of the Slie ift'-n'iefl her sister Miss Annie, gowned in old rose satin and carrying a-bouquet of .roses, wiiile the brides Mc- jirlhur, suppoUrd the gioom "Following ilic cere noiij the new married conpfi to the IPSI deuce :of the bride's parents 'where a1 sumptuous wedding breakfast; was' seryed: .From .-a reception was held hich WTS attended bj a host "of tlip bride's friends, who call-j Guarantee of Purify with every 5cB cake. Week-end Special s Suede Hand Bags 50c Dainty Cushion Tops 25c Smart stylish band bugs In suede of nil colors with handsome circular sill frame, will he found In tills special 1'ilday Siturdaj offer, togeth or with sonic 'vory nice looking Mack velvet bags. Any bag would be a great bargain at Satinday ne seo them sell Ini, at OUC Turkish Towelling I'n and red stripe, !i very special offer Saturday, per yard 8c Ladies' Vests lOc Good fine even knit, in pine white cotton, short 4 f% sleeves, per garment Ladies' Silk Blouses will be Quick Sellers at Last week we had a joGoid sale ol these uaJ3 same blouses ul 25 but had a laioo in mid cieniii, conse- cnpin IcH cj These come in- taffeta, faiik witn kimona sleeves and embroidered fronts and wre will them this weelc at a'still further reduction, You know these blouses ivould be good bus rag at 3? 50 but on Satuida> -you ma> make jour choice at 1.75 LADIES' SPRING SUITS cf lakcu adv.mltiac ol our olloi lad- suit hfs'lodc 'ic diico'd 25 JK-T rent. }io (lit1 pi ict1 I hose cushion tops are beautiful evtmples of woik, lepiesenflng many -old world seeiitis >in be uitlfullv blcndcm'colors! otlteu lu iirinleil linena most artutlcallv designed and executed Y t-, The are 20 20 and then aic fc'ood value at COc, Saturday special Real Linen Towels rilpse are of a. very spec ial (inalit) and noulii be goods buvlng indeed at for Saturday pail a clear a of -b5 iiiix a is a "icat OIK cshioii at anv Iniio but when thai, cli.uifes (a.jic ot tliem'ry Idlest style hongJii, at tlio host maikels and in'iilvcd at a vci-y (iosc uicU-gin ol piolii ,it the oulscl, (hen (hat So conccs- >ion jiieans thai tlic suit is indeed a bai- gain. No old stock. All this season's models' The Men will get Good Value with Christy Hats down to THESE ARE THE CELEBRATED CHRISTY DERBY HATS, IN ALL THE.LATEST SHAPES. They are made from .1 aupenoi qualiti fin felt and we have every "size ia stock from 6 79s knows these Christ) hats are good buy lug at 51 00 each, but for Saturday jon i may choose foi SI.65 Ladies' Hose 25c J This price is as A special inducement foi Saturday bn> ersf In black onl) ail sizes pei paii bOC Boots for ipan, wo- man and child are priced low down LITTLE GENTS TAN CALF BLUCHERS Sizes 91', and 10 only that J2 00 4 Cft s Saturday I i9v BOY'S .BOX CALF BOOTS Sizes four and five Cfl onlj I CHILD'S BLACK VICI ,STRAP SLIPPERS 4 o b, and i will be great at per pair OUC i MEN'S (CONGRESS BOOTS That" ere regularly ?2 50 pei pair, all been sold 'hut aizea be cleaied out_at A A ,pei pa_ir I ,UU BOY'S LACROSSE-aSHOES Our 00 value JH so "nell known that ue need not des cnbe them Buj them on Crto at OUC WOMEN'S TAN OXFORDS These aie the celebrated rkwell' and are blucher cut, 'we count them as our best Belling ?3 tliuv should [it bettei .it n CO per pair A Great Clearance of oddments at If >ou do nof see the exact boot oi bhoe men honed that }ou want, don'i stay f6r Satuidaj moinlnu witness the greatest clear ancc of oddments that He offered Coots and shoes of and make, some that ere is higlj as ?5 00, a complete dipar up of odd 1'ncs at the one price t 4 ft ft Per pair 9 I >UU If you have never bought Groceries at The Bay, on Saturday your food has cost you more SMITH'S JAMS in 1 pound jars at OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 3. tins for COWAN'S COCOA, per one-half pound .tins 5 Ib. Tins Hudson's Bay Tea Red Tin 20c 25c 25c. 5 Ib Tins Hudson's Bay Tea Green Tin A few bot. Clam Bouillon; .regular 6Qc foi 45c. Red Gate Coffee in 1 pound tins, regular 4-K, for The sun never sets on Sunlight Soap. UseJ in every country in the globe in preference to common soaps, because it cleanses the clothes more thoroughly at half the cost without injury to the fabric. Just try 'Sunlight next wash day. Thfe name LEVER on Soap is a Guarantee cf Purity and Excellence ed to. offer tlipir wishes to tlio clurmmg bride and to tcntiei con gratulatibns lo Hie fortunate groini "liie ntuh utdfl rl couple took HIP I afternoon 'nin for Uieir tuluic home ni High River, slopping oft .en route Id visit Montreal, Toronto and WinniprR.' They will also withii a month or f iKe a liip fo the coast, Hip cities of linUsh Columbia ind ihfornn 1 lie going gown is i tailor m.ulr suit of blue very-becoming hat of blue to inalcli. A well, allcmlcil mccthig of It onlv rcrnims tot the Lnlcrpns, Mitlier league of SI. Paul's First [to join in tlic and con-] Lutheran church was licld last even- gratulations which were everywhere at "f nn l f'rnnl on Hi md Bfis Oigol The topic "God1- Stew aids is ahlv taken by Miss C. Wick, while n pleismi; solo n is ri'ilered bv Miss 0. Malson. Tile Chosen Friends belli tlicir refill- HUDSON'S BAY CO. tins 1-1 HIP Usl Ihfs bPfi mid tlic annual collecting must this month. Clubs and Societies The Oxford Dnchre club .will mce.l tliH Mr and Mrs Ripln i, I lir mi-elms; in the K of I" lull list jo {he I t from the of dimes" svstun Kadi laid containcil Ul tin returns ut not in, ami tlu toti amount I substantiallj mere is ed A well allcudciU meeting ot the pcolilf ot St Andrew's ehurcli held last, evening at whuit ll fielded to thiei. te.ims-, Inskelball, junior anil senior football, in. tile Lcthbridge Sunday MliliU I e iir n Mi R H lohuson appointed r presLiititno About thirh utrc present, and, after routine business had bei u The Irt (luh vull mrrt trinsiclcd, an infornnl hop M.IS in on-. Mondav 1 lion afternoon -with Mrs. The following managers were eled fd Twenty-eight, memhers were in nf. Itaskelhall-Miss Williams. liiseliill-Mi Wjllimi Hjssop I'ool ball-Mr, Walter ITiirtlej- I he colors chosen were blue and white. A spiTial meeting of the dif- ferent mnn.iccr.s- the foolhnll cluh uneil T hn '-cmne, of daliitv le- tvcslimcnls concluded the pleasant (lent The Kxhibilion Ifandicraft club will tomorrow at the homo ol Mrs. II Elton j ten l.inec il the mcctiim ill the called lor Mniulnt e cnmg ntvt i ics' Airt socictv-.of Knox church vw The ClnJt Hospital Ladies' Aid will l.lcrdav afternoon. Tbo .S'tcoiulary. meet .it tb-- home of Mrs I N n j for church wer( tendered smith 10IS I list junut foutli, il JO (n Kit Mict I In ing, Mi I f> MacKenzie, Mr. I Rolicris and liei A Cr Cameron NIC menu, Uas a most de- le table one, urn airjnged bj Mes- d-iines (.oiiibcai, Mouit, and Addrcises wire given In the guests, CaCli of uliolii rtfeircli to the excel lent progress the class has its organisation Ihe cveninir pleasantly spent m gunes between the. winning and los sides in the mimbership contest Ilic SI linridn Sundaj school fontbdll elub lull meet for practice i the Plccltvood scllnol grounds thu veiling it 7 o'clock shaip ilucmlci ;i uiuistctl H tt i ul class of Knox L banqucl in (lie I'nntn and In be litld l the sihool room at sin-tlnrti last n- leiiidai, Miv 7lh The splendid i ening ('ours were laid for thiiti, sum ol e ght dollars, was handed in uicluilini: tlu following uuests BRITAIN'S GREAT SIN Shanghai Mai re uponslblliiy for the contlnim- tlon'of the onliim curse in the world, was today placedsbj Dr Sun Sen sqmiely it the door of the British govern ment ;