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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8. THE LETHBRinGK BAILY HEKALB -HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Thursday, May 4, ml. TJtt SCAJ. or (pring CPLENDID SHOWINGS k New Wear for Ladies. Back of this is our guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded. Ladies' Shirt Waists SHOULD ATTEND IMPERIALCONFERENCE (Canadian Courier) our population will soon be so large It seems to me to be a matter of. that we will constitute a valuable ally first-class importance that Sir Wilfrid j for any people, and an important part Laurier should attend the Imperial Conference. Any two or three men of the white section of the British Empire; but our geographical CONSERVATIVES HELD MEETING Michener and Others Ad- dressed Local Members of the Party could more easily be spared. There tions are such that we must practically I The local Conservatives is a sense in which Sir Wilfrid the Colonial any move-i meeting last: night in the held a Builders'. -Large assortment of Ladies' Fine Tailored Waists, tucked front and pretty embroideried collar and cuffs La vrn back; oil of the British world. We may not J tain. In this silent fcut inevitable riv- take the time to realize it: but thejailT, tt'e will hold fue casting vote, future of the British Empire lies with i organization were delivered by Mr. Michener, Clark, of Irma, who is devoting, his time to the work of Now it is vitally important that our i the Part'-v Dr' Blovv- Prime Minister should go to London at! w- Laurie, of Cards tun Canada. We can cast it into absolute wreck; and we can, I believe, carry it forward to permanent stability and this time, and make it clear how eager j L- of Medicine .Hat1, established prestige. The time, is com-} we are to continue our close help- j aati C. Ires, of Letbbridge. Mr. Ladled Tailored Shirt Waists, made of fine summer weight vesting, Gibson style with plain linen collar or Ladies' Shirt Waists made of fine English Prints in checks and stripes. Colors pink., ferown. navy and sky Price....... I L Ladies' Fancy Lawn Waists We have just received a large shipment pretty Lawn Waists. Made of best Swiss embroideries beautifully trimmed with vaJ lace aud insertion. Exclusive styles in high collars or dutch necks Trices'from............................................... tO long. The British Islands will not j That is beyond discussion. It was uppon a population which can carry Sir Wilfrid who gave us the British the burden of defending our far-flung! preference, who sent troops to South domain in an age when the mighty i Africa, who reduced our British post- German people are fast bursting their j age, who in a dozen ways has effective bounds and speedily realizing that j ly contributed to this movement of they must have room for expansion if they are to live, and when the great the colonies nearer to the motherland. But what is needed to be established American republic-is reaching a pop- is that Canadians think these recur- ulation of a hundred million and thinks ring Imperial Conferences of such inevitably that not might well possess the hegemony the English-speaking race. GAVE UP FORTH I! dominant importance that they -would May Mrs. Francis One continuous round of pleasure Every is a never-ending- source of delight. Whatever kind- of music .and and the new records, made by the improved Victor process; bring- it to you as you .tare never heard it before, Come in and we'll gladly play for you any Victor music "you want to hear pn tie.Victor or Berliner Gram-o-phone. Trices up. Easy terms if desired. MASON KISCH PIAATQ CO. NEW DOMINION BLOCK PHONE'791 not "dream of permitting their official i Kurke-Rocae-Batonyi, younger daugh- ter of the hue Frank Work, multi- millionaire horseman, forfeited an 'in-. representatives to be absent from one especially from -that meeting Most of us noticed the significance iin tile Coronation year. If we send' come of venr from his cs- DEPEW SAYS TAFT WILL BE RENOMINATED New York. May his speech to the members of the Republican club of this city, recently, delivered Chauncey M. Depew declared the ?e- nomjnation of President Taft at the! Republican national convention next; year is inevitable. Mr. Depew spoke in like manner to SOO mead-? st the Union League -club on, the occasion dinner given by the crab To seven former presidents of the club, among whom -were Depew himself, Senator Elihu Root, Joseph H. and CoraeHus N. Bliss, who was secretary of the interior in McKinley's first cabinet. His forecast of the Republican! presidential nomina- tion of 1912 was supported by Senator Root and by Joseph H. Choate. of the reception accorded the Ameri- can battleship fleet on its tour round' I j the world when it .steamed into Aus- jtralian ports. It was warmer than a was an ovation. We re- membered then the spectre'which con- stantly haunts the feast in'every Aus- __ J tralian spectre of As- iatic invasion. The Australians are trying to hold a continent, the larger renomination is inevitable on mere with Col. Bryan. Gov. .Wilson seems !pan: of whiclj is empty and must re- an imperative "must" to Parliament! tate.br marrying Aurel Batonyi, the surmise or on information which he as trustworthy. Reasons for Depewrs Opinion In reply, he said Taft's nomination. if he be alive hence, is inevit- able for two because to be convinced that in this day the! n empcy so as only white on this point, we show our sincerity; if we permit Parliament to keep the Premier away because of local issues. we give the unbelievers a chance to scoff at our lukewarm loyalty. Inferences would be drawn from the absence of the Canadian Premier which would comfort our enemies and discourage our friends. More than that, the.same advice of Sir Wilfrid has already ..divorced whip against her father's wish. Mr. Work's will was filed today. In a codicil he disinherited Mrs. Batonyi entirely, but later relented and gave the .executors of his estate permis- sion .to give her a suitable income if she complies with these conditions 1. She must cease all relations of kind with -I. B. Roche and .Aurel WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE people look for a strong executive. They have lost something of their faith in legislatures. They expect iheir presidents and governors not on- ly to recommend measures to the leg- settlers are permitted. The whole j would be sadly missed in the council north- and centre of Australia are unfit chamQei No one knows as well as The funeral pf Sir "Alphonse 'Pelle- tier took place Quebec. Victoria carpenters are .striking for a day. During .this month ".five-hundred bo- dies which have been, kept frozen dur- ing, the winter will j buried. there is no Republican' upon vrhom the {islaiures and congress, but con- not visit England dur.l Ex-Mayor McCieilan of New York o ew o for white occupation. Yet this empty (he does what the Canadian people can ing the lifetime of J.' 3.' Roche, her present at the CammorlGt frkl !io j it. _____ .0- I _ j __ i_ _ i ii ____ 'i ____ i ____ j r wo-uAujuiioi u mi land lies right under the eyes of over- i be committed to, and what they can-1 first husband. party could unite in to to President Taft's renomination. congress so-that the recommendations "omes: The onl-v In the second place. Mr. Depew feels the president will sain T_ crowded Asia, whose millions' could l'not be depended upon to see the neees- so easily flow into it, and cultivate and wUI be abie to put j down some of the opposition which has been expressed by the so-called in- surgent leaders. "I do not see how it is said Mr. Depew, "to create any organ- recommend ations offered may be adopted. RUMOR LORIMER RESIGNATION Mrs. Lucy Cooper Hewitt, j Viterbo, and Identified Enrico the JAlfano, the the man sity of. With us, it is not a question daughter, is given a year i arrested by the" late Detective Petro- of loyalty but cf vision. We will do from 'the estate unconditionally "and !sin, thing {what we deem necessary, with Ml j the use of the Work property at N which keeps them at bay today is but we have our ov.-n opin- port power of the British fleet. They could and we do not think they know j not occupy the vacant coast of Aus-l everything in Downing Street. They and. in New York "in his. presence': Xew W. a. farmer'at 3 c estate is leit in trust for Mrs. I Ken- beheaded his wife and stab- bed himself in the heart. 'He was en- isation or work up' any sentiment j tor Lorimer of Illinois are current 10- The Pressure for the resigna- tion from senators and representatives who have been supporting him is grow- ing. -Some of these supporters declare tralia without first passing .'the battle-! tave "got to show us." We must be ships of Britain. :-J3at -let .us .suppose j convinced; we cannot be "taken as Pressure to That End From Illinois j that Brittish battleships are so badly f.read." Now, Sir Wilfrid can tell the Man's Friends is Growing Washington. May rum ors of the early resignation of Sens- Baton yi's George B munri I needed elsewhere that they could no conference exactly where tte- Can-! Burden. They are longer overawe Asia, Jed on, perhaps. I adian people stand: and then he canlhave the life use the property three children, Frank jraged at Avife' for mortgaging a Maurice Ed- Uteam to raise :monev to lease her son bv and Cynthia jail. to prevent Taft's nomination. I look for his nomination by a practically unanimous vote. He will be renomi- nated exactly as Roosevelt was In 1S04 ,Che time is at hand when for him to IVf Ti'o if ?-r, 1 and 3 But whether in his opinion Tan's reelec- was this announce- tioa would be as certanly indicated as was his election in 1908, he compress- j ed isis lips, seemed slightly to shake his bead as not vfholly assured, and ment made that it seemed that Mr. Depew, as a senator in the recent session of congress, had put Ihimself in touch with, prevailing senti- ;ment in; Washington, He was asked, therefore, .this morning whether he his statement that Mr. Taft's For Skin Irritation Guarantee Relief, .Your Money remain will be to get his friends into ?rious trouble. The disposition of the special com- mittee of the Illinois legislature to press the investigation is making some of the friends of Lorimer squirm. As the inquiry gets closer to men al- to val- by an newly-armed I come home from the conference and'ued at to China, what then become of tell the Canadian people exactly what "Australia for the And the conference asks of them, and why. when the Asiatics had established j He will be our best representative at 000, if they adopt the- name, oi- Work and become American citizens. TOM JOHNSON'S ESTATE ._tNew May Fow- ler today, granted letters of admiius- themselves on the Island Continent, i the conference table; and he will be''bidden to marrv a foreigner -She' v._ CVrithia Burke-Roche Burden is for- the estate of'Tom L. John- remarked that the Democratic party ieged to be "higher up" in bringing rius far had been able to make, in his election the demand for his opinion, wise use of the rconfidence the j resignation is growing. American people put in that parry at the elections of last fall. Reciprocity Issue is Feared JFOUR OCEAN STEAMERS ARRIVED AT MONTREAL Some of the Republican leaders are fearful, lest the reciprocity pact Canada, if it becomes'effective, will Larbor this how long could- Australian civilization live in free and open competition with them? But when that critical time comes, might not the United States cast its shield over not the American fleet again be welcomed in the best -representative of the confer- ence in Canada. Then outward forms have their ef- fect in this world. The King and Queen are going to.-India to be crown- ed again. NO one imagines that they could not be crowned surely enough former may.or of Cleveland, to'his Johnson, and C. oy marrying a Mr. Burden ,01 York. This marriage has been Bales, his rormer .xew -fonner ap- !tMg state lg Hweitt. Francis B. Clark and Frank saviour? What effect would that while for them to take the trouble "and i Thf; wiu was "led'by J. Australian ports, and "this 'Sine as. a in London; but it is thought worth proved, by her motner and by the ex- the real estate ecutors pi .Work's will he sup- I Johnson died" April 10, leaving no -M- ulated. The executors are Feter Cooper have on the hegemony of the English- i for the nation to bear the expense" of I Henry Work and former Governor speaking world? Still tiiis -crisis likely far distant and may never come. The interests of the. United States and another ceremony in India. This is Frank S. Black. Both Mrs.. Herritt j returning with merely to impress the Indian people.' Iand "Mrs. Burke-Roche Baronvi waiv- army and DISABLED AIRSHIP Bitterfeld, Prussian .Saxony, -May 4. dirigible Now we all need "impressing" United Kingdom are too nearly j times, and it will hearten the lovers identical for them to risk a quarrel. BlU endanger the Republican vote in some in bringing 'he of the border states. At this time i yesterday's arrivals included r he Mont nearly, sll of the -state granges of New _ Back if Not Satisfied We have-an ointment possessing jtiae-Fdinarr power to permanently re-jyork are bitterly opposed to Canadian! ilieve all forms of eczema, skin erup- j reciprocity. Some "of the grange lead-' if Ions, pimples, blotches, ringworm, j ers Britten, to Washington stat- i lacne, tetter, scaly scalp, hives all-forms ing sjiat if Canadian reciprocity be es- cf itching.and irritation caused by in- tabiished; the Republican vote in .the I sect .bites. Its power to soothe ulcers, stTOng Republican counties of north-! i sores and wounds is very pronounced, i enr New York would fall off 50 pert j number of vessels in port up to se 'en frn His Eoot Under Axe Airs Zam-Buk Very Useful H. Sawyer, of Keene, Ont, iat we sell i-srith promise that It [not user anything unless i: i in every way gives satisfaction. Wo i was We are-so positive that R-cali EC- Cem. at least from the vote vhiclx must u in praise f zema Oantment is unexcelled ior oyer-iTCa, to Taft in 1908. Zam-Buk. a'proof of the merits of which we have just had. My husband is engaged on a farm, and one day while chopping wood the top of the sjce broke and fell upon his foot, cut- W0re tO WaVer' collapse of British prestige would come a crash. It is not only that of the Empire not a little to see Sir Wilfrid take some trouble to attend the Coronation and the Conference. THE MONOCLE MAN." Tnnr nnro TIT 1RUE DILLO m DANGER f exact novpromise n tgate the parctiaser. way ofal> cotdd'not afford to make snc'i liberal guirautee, excspc we e -certaim-we could substantiate our Kexall Eczema 'Ointmetii !s a gray- pleasant smftlh'ng, antiseptic Icooling healing: that is -stroris.'- jly gBrttdcidal. It; destroys the germs penetrate the skin and cause veczema and other lorrneuiin? skin ail rjnents. A remedy must do ilia' 10 be- effective, for in no other way can such be overcome. JlcXc.il ScieSia, Oininieut is iucal for the treatment of skin irritations pe- culiar to children, for barber's itch -and for sore itching feet. It is positively the best remedy we Ivno-w of, and we urge you to try it at our risk. Two sizes 50c a-nd President Taft has been informed of this opposition expressed by New York state grangers. The intimation did not disturb him. Apparently he United States Chief Chemist Will In vestigate Remedies Washington. May grave, according to Dr. H. W. Wiley rr jchief chemist of the Depamaen Toronto May two big Far, jAgriculture, lurk in the ordinan ad raers Bank cases have been postpoii-jache remedy ,that he has dete IN HEADACHE Parsevale on party of officers of oulcials ed all objections'to the'probate of jfrom Leipsic last evening was-about the will, thus declaring that they did !to land when' motor broker, down no.fc intend; to contest its provisions, jand the -swept away to .Mr. Work showed his fondness for i the northwest; driven, -by a strona: horses by providing that his horse, {wind. The occupants experienced a Edvvard, he suitably cared for and not jfew uneasy "moments but the pilot pull-, worked during, his. lifetime! the trip cord releasing the gas from the bag and made a skilful and fortunate landing- in: the darkness. DOPE ONE'MAN KILLED IN has reasoned with himself that it ring a nasty gash. The wound was would be better for him to be defeated for rejection than be compelled to say to Canada: "Reciprocity has failed, the American people won't have it-" But the president is persuaded, Mr. Depew says, that the opposition which the so bad that we first thought we would have to get a doctor, but we finally decided to dress the cut with lilXJltit ed until the autumn sittings of the jto institute an investigation under the '......Pure Food and Drug Act. Many.cases in which death has followed the taking of these remedies, said Dr. Wiley to- day, have been brought to his attention criminal assizes, vr'hich will be held in September. In the criminal'-as-, sizes court today Chief Justice Mere- dith granted applications traversing the conspiracy charge against the provincial directors of the bank and i "earache powders, said Dr. Wiley of late. iiJitA.iJJ> COO 1_ U t_ VYiLiI v-t" IT Zam-Buk. .Well, the-Zam-Buk treat- the case against Alexander Lawn, large Quantities ment proved a success. It not' only eased the pain, but it prevented any farmers of the United States have to I inflammation; and first The Rexall Co. Higlnbotham reciprocity is due to their misunder- standing of the principals involved and their needless apprehension of the effect to themselves if reciprocity be adopted. The president is convinced applying it, the cut began to heal. It Is now completely healed and my hus- band says he will never be without a box of Zam-Buk in the house, for we are sure it saved us a great deal of that within a year after the adoption j of reciprocity the Amsrican farmer! Over and over again Zam-Buk has rejoice that an agreement of oeen Proved to be the workers-best kind has been reached. Ssntiment of the Dej-nocrats As soon as applied to a cut a burn, a scald, or any skin injury, John Ferguson, Alexander Fraser, Wilson on charges of conspiracy and the theft of the grand jury returned true v bills'in both n' lei cases. JOHNNIES ON THE SPOT IN THE POLICE COURT tion of these drugs tiian any physician think of prescribing. CARETAKING BY CONTRACT Toronto, May Trustee Three drunks graced the docket in Fairbairn has caused something of a. 'lice court this morning with by proposing a revolution "in the police undesirable presence, They were all of caretaking in the Toronto Johns too. The Johnnies were hai-im k relieves the pain and it sets upja swell time last night, indeed. w was asked wnat, he f healjng. rt the -wound John. Purcell. who is a frequent visitor schools. AwkA T_ blood-poisoning orinflam mation. U Dupen's Coal Mine Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton or carload lots Phone 1475 C.CXD. found the f< ocratic members of the congress which I ended on March 4 with respect to the Democratic nomination, bis re-ly vas that, so far as he was informed, the Democratic leaders are of the opinion that either Gov, Harmon of Ohio insect stings_ sore f etc c-f the court, was ordered to relieve the community of his obnoxio-us pres- !r, is a sure cure too. for eczema Jence in the "shortest possible time. piles, ulcers, old wounds, bad leg, j Jo5in Lambert and John Walker, of were clays eruptions. Lethbridge Collieries at three and costs or ten They paid up and went back to work. His proposition was to let contract, leaving it in the hands of individuals as at present. The expense of the work is increasing at a rapid rate. It has gone up 60 per cent in the last ten years. FO.RBID in the -v ivinter Democratic leaders at for washing all sore places. Harmon a, better than of Gov. r jng Wilson, but winter a do; ard stores sell Zam- PRETTY GIRL" SHINES Kansas City, May iat shoe shiniiig is a work morally unfit for women, the city officials yes- halm (KAISER AND KING OF jterday refused to grant a license U Thisj SWEDEN VISIT TOGETHERj'shoe shining parlor which advertises baby's j Karlsruhe, Duchy of Baden, May a sign that "Pretty girls will sbine not William and the Empress ar-j your .shoes." In the meantime, a city 'rived here today to be guests with ordinance is being prepared to cided change took place. Wilson, af-jBuk-at 30i box and Soap at 25C ter be became governor, seemed to hot, post free from Zam-Buk Co accept the views of those Democratic upon-receipt of price. Re- r leaders wno are in close sympathy! fuse substitutes and King Gustavug and itie Queen of Sweden of the Grand Duke Frederich. They reached Genoa from Corfu on the royal yacht Hohenzollern last l.nisht. pro- hibit women shining shoes. Until the city council reaches a decision, the "pretty girls" will continue to sbine _ shoes. Two of them went ilast night. to work i SEWER TUNNEL CAVE-IN Chicago, May man THE BRIDE VVEiGHED 33S POUNDS and five others were injured late to- Wayne, Ind., Gertrude day when a section of the Old LaSalle, I May 339 pounds, and street tunnel, approaching the river, rl9 years, was married, here yesterday- caved in, burying George Gluba. a jto M. C. McC-crry, tips the scales workman who' was crushed to death by the blocks concrete. at 119. The bride wore a bobble skin and picture hat. BLUE STORE buy everythmg arid anything at lower than you can-send to Winnipeg Our line consists of dry groceries, clothing, .boots and shoes and notions. See our window display and that wHI tell you the rest. And by all means don't fail to call and get one of our new PRICE LISTS, JUST OUT ...Opsr; Evenings .until 9.30. Saturday until 12 o'clock. Just received a big consignment of Men's, Boys' and Shoes; Ladies' Skirts in all styles; wrappers, Gowns; Wens' Suits, Rubber Coats, Boys' Shirts, M.enjs Corduroy Shirtsj Razors, and a lot of other too numerous to mention. Come in and have a look and when you do that-W are sure of your patronage. We pay the highest prices for butter, eggs and potatoes. BLUE STORE Opp. New Court House 606 4tli Ave. New Dominion Bldg. S. LISS, Manager ;