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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.KTHBRIilGTB DAILY HERALD Monday, May 6, 1012 The Island of Tea pkiioat tat in tbe world grows high up 'en the i mounUia-MdM of Ceylon. The native purity and frwhiMM iuperb Ceylon Tea is preserved by the Uad used in packing. "SALADA" Green or Mixed P AC K E T 8 0 N li Y I always use WINDSOR Table Salt. GLASS SCATTERED ON THE STREET PARKER'S BIG SIKHS APPEAL SHOW IS ;RE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WRENCH. ING IMPERIAL ,TIES IN DE- PORTING HINDOO LADIES You flakylpic-crusl, if the salt you e is fntt> 't reasonably expect to make a light, ___, .ple-crusi, iff lumpy and biitcr. is the -standby in Caundmn homw, among tannda'rf be t eool-s Its pure ami fiuc and -non t "caLe Fcjually good lor the table, fo: cookmg and ing. 5; Hooray! Hooray! .The Shews are in town ready to entertain' the citizens o." I.ethbridye for one" whole week, commencing tonight. They arrived yesterday evening, anil proceeded to (lift-Athletic Grounds, which will be the scene of their labors this week. .This morning bright and early every monitor of the show be- to set his house in order. Tents pitched, ami every- horn the to ilu'jTat huh s now awaiting Ihe'bperihig of the do- Is there soriie fiemi :ti work in jugy of this evening. There will be city attempting to ruin the automobile 1 variety to the exhibition.provided by tire? From .the-appearance of Sev the Parker Show people. One of the enth street South -vesterdav moimiu interesting exhibits, will be that at eleven o'clock, it looked as it' some j Of Kempfs' Model City, being ;i repro- SECRETARY STATE person was bent on puncturing every automobile which traversed that vi- cinity.'' Broken bottles- galore, seemiiislv uhiced in position on tiie street designedly for a distance of ov- er eight hundred yurds or more. If it is the case that some hoodlum is anxious to get his picture in the hall, of fame by dastardly methods, the duction in miniature o-: a typical Am- erican city. This will be the feature or the show. Then, is (he menagerie, with its'exhibit-of Hons, Users, nnd other beasts of the forest. Band Serenaded Herald This afternoon at two o'clock the Parker Show band sereriflctecTilnrHer- with some very attractive.-music. HARD TO SATISFY Great Falls. Hay the second time within two years, a Great Falls who. before her first marriage -Miss Lila Culvert. 1ms instituted an action for divorce'in the district court in Butte Twice was Miss Cal vert married, and twice has she found 'the bonds of matrimony galling, and ehe again seeks -freedom. R n -Fndtrcr Uff. on gatm-.lny for. labor, .lucre he will redecorate a ho- tel He to be auay about three weeks. sooner he turns his mind on some oth-.> Ttie'band h much above tbe average er occupation the better, as it will go hard with him. Auto owners must be protected from persons like the above, and it is to be honed that the police will keep'a sharp lookout for the brok en bottle, artists A "PIVOTAL' STATE Athens, Ohio, May .active lighting Ohio's -IS dele- gates to the liemibltuin National con- tention, opened tod.iv with President Taft first in the fie'-d to present his arguments for support at the primar- ies on ilay 21, 'C. P. R. SHOPS BURNED roundhouse and macliine shops at Sholt, together .1 locoriotue, burned last night Loss of circus bands, and jilays exception ally well, being a finely balanced or- ganisation These musicians ought to spring into popular favor within the nett twenn "oni hours On Wednesday eiening the Herald newsbojs .it the imitation of the press asent of the will attend the circus and size up the performanc- es of the resvectne attractions The CIt; Band, undei whose auspices the Pai'ker Shows appear, ought to lecehe tne encouragement of even cit wen. and it is to be hored that the Athletic Park will be taxed to its ut- most cauacih eierj afteinoon and ev- ening Let eveniKKh get mjiue, an-J see tne her associates You'll be entertained, and no mistake. ONE OF THE BEST ENTERTAIN- MENTS POSSIBLE-FOR OLD AND YOUNG Vancouver, May Hindus of Vancouver. B. C., have gone over the liead of the Dominion government, and liave petitioned the Secretary of State for India to set aside the order re- cently passed by Ottawa for the deport, ition of two Hindu women and their children, .who have been held by the authorities to he Illegally in Canada. Thi-.-! action .was taken yesterday at a mass meeting of Sikhs at the Sikh Temple. Second avenue West. In the opinion of the Sikhs; Imperial unity is threaten'ed by ttw action of Ot- tawa In ordering the enforcement of the immigration, laws. This is how they, put the matter in a cable which the mass meeting ordered despatched to tho Secretary. ,o'f Sate yesterday af- ternoon. "Kh'als Dewan and the United In- dia league, Vancouver. Implore your office io stop deportation ordered by the Dominion'government of two Sikh ladies and thelrichildren under wrong interpretation. of immigration laws. This is a gross breach of Imperial unity by attack on Sikh homes Having disposed of the matter of the women and children, the meeting attention to n. If. Stevans. OII.P., and his receni utterances, to the effect that the Hindus were not de- sirable'In'British Columbia, because they stick to the cities, and are not willing to go on the land. j When Vipl Reid, of the street rail- department, umounced. at the wife's affections. The -evidence dis- closed that the pair had lived togatb or at certain times and places List leai, the defendant admitting Inmg iiith the at Rock> Mountain House. His contention was that she had left her husband, owing to hjs ill- treatment of her, and Dominlciue's con nectiomvith her came some time'altei wards. The Judge ,gave plaintiK a verdict of GOUIN TO RUN IN ST. JOHN'S KEMPF'S MODEL CITY To be Seen at 'Parker's Big Shows St. John's, Que., May Lomer Gouin, provincial premier, will be the Liberal candidate :in St. John's ROCKY MOUNTAINS SANATORIUM Sulphur Springs THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN ALIENATION SUIT Red Doei, Alta May heard the case of Uene.TS Do limnliiue, here The plaintiff, Frank Herve Leslieville, sued Cap" Domm- i cerrniom of tuinmg the hr-t sod idtie i'oi UOOO for alienation ot his the si stem 01 Sih that thecars ai- 'would be Vugusl neM, he nas dppaienth making no idle hoast, lor in the handicap caused b} the tlelaj 111 the of part 01 the construction material, three miles of the track will have been completed b> Saturday I ho is in charge of the construction work, is pushing the tiack-lajiug gangs to the limit, and in lajing almost one- third ol the track lor the wliolc sjs- teni in one month, he believes he has set a lecord, uhich will onh be brok- en In the amount of track nhich vill be ted during the next month. department o[ the proceeding mernh, ami nothing should happen to delay the op- crauon of the system in August The Dcmg pusliefl, aiuf tins week will see the bteel poles on the main business streets in place, readv .lor the Irnllev :wire. Reports from the inachmeu inspec- tor1? in Tngland staic that the re- mainder of the machmcr} for the power house and substation is proceeding apace, and that it he shipped IP "ood time tor inslalu- tibn before the remainder of' the-sys- tem is Tor operation The num- ber o! men at work on the clufiing the force at work on the j power house extension, numbers tlosf to two hundred, and moie he i ndded if needed. I lie companies have lately I leccn pd their machinerv foi the ijiirf.Ke of the payment, and SOIHP Mti be done this t rushed si one will he used h> the Hitulithic Co, and their tiusher is nov .it uoik bicaknig up a large pile of rock vhuh was hanlei! from the tner bollom dining the ler PORT MANN A City of Certainties The freight terminus of the Canadian Northern Railway The yard The shop The Clearing Point of the Pacific Coast The City to Fill a Need j The City Possessing More Natural Advantages and Commercial Possibilities than any other Pacific Coast port A City where "Rail Meets therefore a dry of Absolute Certainty of its future Picture iu splendid linrbor, tin1 finest in Ih'e The logical position the to the orient and the Panama Cannlifor half (he Continonl ol Xorth Aniorii-a and all Europe. SlanduifV as Lho torininns ol 10.000 miles of railway lines ,is the western outlet of Can- ada's best cities. Port 'Mann is destined to become the comiuricial ri- ol Vancouver and its industrial .superior. Do you know ol a city with such an heritage] i Large Business Lots 30 x Large Residential Lots 50 x 125 and 66 x ItfO and alleys in rear oJ'all. (iood and unexcelled vie'n. Bee our Agents at once. We own or oontiol I lie major portion, j FREEMAN MACLEOD CO. Dominion Block, Lethbridge PACIFIC PROPERTIES Ltd. i t i Pacific Building, Vancouver Frank, Alberta ____ The then sutTcrin Body; at one ol'Uu' inovi stonic txi' (lie Ilockioh. ul an altitude of 4.300 H. i-s the most up-lo- dalo holol in lilled llirougliout irli (Mciy niodtM'ii noclril V ni ou Sulplrur curative1 vies roin aoui and llio ol .H-P J'.ime and .irekmnMi to have given rclicJ' to rhoumatisni. The house ha-, OG roonib and suites with. even modern uonvcnicnpq, jnoluding baths, hot mid. cold water 'telephones el e, The Culinary Department in charge oi' an experienced C'licf, The Hotel lias lately hecn put 'under and efficient management and nothing is left undone Io nWrp t'lic comfort of thojgiiests.' Travellers' met at all trains. Special rales vlo families on application. .All oj'lhe above which go to make Jhc Kocky Jlountairis Saiiatorium a very jileas'mil summer residence iix well as a most beneficial heallh- restoring resort. BATTERY STARTS WORK TONIGHT From now pii until .Tune 12th, Major Stewart kept busy getting the 2oth Battery Canadian Hoise Artili eij into ahapc to go into training camp on that date Tonight the bors of the unit, who are. taking- the signalling course iu the weeVs' school, which has been'.granted b> Col.. D.O.C., Calgary, meet to organize the school Monrlaj the Instructoi in hatterj movements will be here from Kingston Ont., and active drill will be engaged BODY FOUND IN THE CELLAR! GRUESOME FIND AT 'SLOGAN I LIKE FOUL MURDER i Nelson, B.C., Mar (lead body of Pcier iWinstanley, .a. rancher of Slccan Junction, was found this morn- ing partly in the cellar under hloi It ttai evident that he had) been murdered, as I here were ol'j a sli'uggle. A tooth and bloodstained stones were .fouml. htyidc oreelt j near the house. body.had been' dragged to the hoiiac by the murder cr hnd imahed Into the cellar, Thorc la no clue to the -murderer. An ciucst will be held on'.Monday. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA la food for Growing Girb Mid uid hite i. It tKeir little bodm nd maka them healthy itrong. Tlip KaKntlon dtailul at PIctofc Imvu B im abulattly, pun. km by the we in right up to the time the battery goes into canin f The 35th Batteiy will this yea'i go into (.amp in the bes( condition Uio.miit was founded; 'Besides con- itrting them into an all horse (Hu- ston, the new will make thp 25th the most up-to-date military unit in 7 the artillery .department between Winnipeg and (he coast They at the light ot the line, holding the place of honoi in all parades at the One featuie of the signalling school hero will be the attendance ot 25 of the cadets belonging to the Lethbridge schools battalion. U inte-iested In gain irntuiction The me gieit the opuortumtj to in this branc-h of military dutj and the Lelh bridge caditts will at tached to the main unit A signalling corps, which add greatly to the MACLEOD OLD TIMIHR DEAD Maclecd, May Theodore Stevens ot -this after- noon 'aged He owe ol leou's old-timers, having ;-come': from Vermont in 1SS1 .and hrbt con- nected with the famous: C'Lvley.ranch and was well known all ov er the pro- vince. ,Mr. Slovens had been; ill since No- Ilis bi other, Uora're E Ste- accompanied b> hisi daughter airhed iinHacIeod Ust week andweie when death took place, The body will be shipped to Teilloho, Vei- mont, Mr Stevens old lioni e, tomoi row, i V.'hite Swan Veatt Cal combined with good floui anil b.iKlng make the moat delicious home- pleasme in nil skirmishing exercises nade which, aie part of the cltdet'a tlon Drill ordeis are issued foi tonight, tbe inemben. of the signalling squad to meet al Ihc city market, at a-even o'clock sharp. nadp bread you eiei Uatcil. Insist yoni giocei shing WILL UTILIZE NON-UNION MEN 111 M.n 6 -Olliculs n! 21 lailrb'.uN annctcd In the strike of frciglit Inndlcis nlunned to IP- suiiic Ihc nioiement'of'ficighl lAUy mill the non-un- ion men Chief of I'olice Schucttlri lias lakcn charge of police "arrange- ments for maintaining older and ilr- tailed large fordo of patrol men to guaid lantoad piopertv Prcsidenl Flanncn', of Hie Freight tlandlers' Ininn, diiclared the bhike woulil spread the rail- roads tiaNtcd the of the j men in handlers wniil 'u ninr hour noiking dnv nnil an in- maw of hull a Silurda) iitei- noon holiday, giving AOUI While Swan a package ot G cakes 'Sample cent on i request. YUite Swan Spicet fe Caieafls, LIra-t ited, Toronto, Ont, PRAYING OF 'ALL KINDS. ,VVeslern Transfer Fnlph: 442 dew limei Coil lioi Lump, Mine Bun or by tht (on or carload lots. C, O.I ;