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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TIFF DAILY HEBALP BAKING POWDER Greatest aid to home baking Malces the cake, biscuits and bot-lbreads of superior flavor and Abmnliitmly from mlum mini othw I PARTY CAPITAL FOR (THE TORIES Loudon.'iviay House of Com- B sndns spent haiif an hour today dis- H uisaing the Roosei elt Taft coriespou I deuce, with a promise of fin thcr dis cuesion late tonight. Premier A'squitli'; said: that !ag fcGTrcspomlenibe Was private, it yvas obi ions thaty Brjce could haie no knowledge of its contents. There is nothing in tilb corres.oondence to af- fect relatioria between the Canadian and Imperil governments The Pre inter continued, amid 'cheers 'The question, of'yihat is most advantageous for priraarili one for the Canadian government I repudiate emphatically the reflections on Mi .Bryce'. In pursuance of his duty us Ambassador, he saw Mr. Fielding from .time to time.during the Washington For Mr.. Hry.ce to have jnteifered -with the Canadian minis- ters during their conference would promptly hale been resented In Ca liad.a Whateiei may be his uihis on reciprooitj, the manner in which Air Bryco has rulfuleil his Jat-ss has of great advantage m inspiilng Canad 3au confidence that the Ambassadoi would give heaited support to every Canadian government, to .the present government, no less than to last, in any negotiations which Jrom time to time it may engage ,m ,111th the United States" M J> Sir WCook: "Are yve to under- stand that Mr Brvci- failed to appro biate the -true inwardness of the policy pf the American "premier Asquitb: "The hon. mem- iier must understand nothing of the kind." Answering Hamar the Premier .added .that no complaint, had been received from the Caaadian gOv- prnment against Mr. Brjce. MAYOR'S AUTO SWIPED Borne conEtcrnjtioii was. expiesscd Rt the ctly hall tins afternoon, it was discovered the mayor's -was misbing The police called in, hufc an hour later it that the whole thing a joke, a well citj official had pone oh for a jov ude THE I. W. W. MENACE A. few days Mayor received word that a delegation of the "I ivtm't works" -were heading. but since then nothing hag boon heard ot them. The Mav or IB hoping Iliej will find an outlet Tor their verbal on- elsewhere PADERWESKI WAS BADLY SLIGHTED SOUTH AFRICA DlDNIT SEEM TO APPRECIATE-WORLD'S GREAT PIANIST t London, tAlay I. Padewer ski, .the fainoiis pianist, just finished a tqur of Souili Africa, com- plained bitterly before-sailing for Eng- land ot the treatment he had received, and iiis iintentjon neiei to lisit tin country againi In an "interview1 published, in the Times, the pianist related his experi- ences while coining down the coast from Durban aboard the steamer. He was playing-very softly on the ship's piano, uhen a man came up and said, "Here, that 'I stopped he said, "and then the man went into the smoking room to his' friends, and they roared with laughter, when he told-them that he had stopped me from playing. He not content with insulting me', but also must go up on deck, where my secretary yva-a and threw bis V.UIV S" O Cr ti C r "What a country. could any- one be happy in a countn 11 here there is no understanding of art. They have no idea 'of nor sentiment for it, and no desire for it." K the famous musician is vexed at thb treatment Itf in South Africa Jhe 'nhabftants, iiit, their-tin n are i eted by "II hi.s disappointed the great pianist as an artistic says the" Johannesburg Star, "it is on ly fair'to say that'he has likewise! dis appointed us as a man of the world and a good sport. "It Is not our an.artiat..vis Its our towns, and particularly Johan neaburg. under the impression that yve are an open gold mine It has nei er been previoualj impressed upon snub visitors that we haie had little more than a quartet ot a century's ence, and we are still in our artistic swaddling clothes ROSEMEAD Rosemead, Mav Carson Is usiting hev brother, Harry Shade, and family. C C Collins, w ho lias been rjuaran tined with the sniallpox for the past two is out once moie Mr3 Collins hits returned from Lethbridge Both Mr Charter Mr Taslor were unfortunate in losing a fine work horse the past w eek Owing to the'tousy time of seeding the dance at' Rosemead on .the- 26th was not very "weirattended, about ten couples being present Davis, niece'of Mrs. Davis, of Lethbridge, is spending a couple of months in this having ;come to 'the country: health. ARE you wondering how year's styles will look on you? Largely depends on the corset you wear. Be sure that you get an up-to-date Ae one that suits your by asking (or CORSETS Tlie ben Hoief wO them. wnety of nxxWi every wonwi'l nquire- nertv Style book tent free if ym Co, LWlW, MILADI .EDITED BV. "I NO" PHONES: 1224 Residence Clod never loved me in so sweet af i way before., "lib He alone who can send, .And ivhenjiis fovo would new inebsion imd He brought thcc to me and bald. "1-iohold a We call, that person who has lost his father, an orphan ;.and a widow- er, that man who has lost his wile. And that mini who lias known the Immense uuhappincss ot losing "Is friend, by what name dp we call him? Ilete net) human language holds its. peace in Koux. Hostesses tomorrow I W.- Stafford. Mrs. 1 W. McNlcol. "Mrs. C iMcClenaghau Mrs. A. Ui D. nlanchard. Mrs A. Huchanan. Mrs. W 11. Conibear, 1311 Sixth avenue ..south. Mrs. R. Howard Dobsoti, 513 Four- teenth street south; Not receiving tomorrow Mrs. ,1. B. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. V. Shaw left to- day for Twin 'Lake, where they will fapeni1 the '.ecU Mis Du.icombc, ot Delhi, has. ar- med in the city to bpcnd tile sunnier the guest ol her bister, Mrs I Em eisou Hodgson Mibb Dora Rogers is entertaining a, her house truest, Misb Kathleen Adams, -who arrived on Saturday from Winnipeg. Edmonton Uullctin Dr and Mrs Higgar's mam fnends will regiet to hear that they intend leaving Edmon- ton- this-silmmer for the coast, where the) will maite their home m luiuu They are planning the sale oi their lovelv home on Sixth street. i Mrs. Hogg, wife of the Hev. Dr. John Hogg, Winnipeg, died at her jtomo Tridaj night, aftei a brtel ill- ness r Dl and Mis I' Oieen, ollraii- blook, i ho bale been touring in Eu- rope for the past months, returned home on Thursday t Mrs, Hill, and Ml R I Ljtle, who haic been guest b for some time past with liei A aifd Mis Lv- tlc, Neblmmbtii parsonage, returned to Him hon.e in Listonel, Ont to- A pieltj wctldliiK '..us ii, Wesley churc.li at cigllt o'clock on Salmdav eipmng, when Mibs Stella Mae Shiveh was united in mnlrl- moii) to l.ui 3 lirown Miss Adeline Hazciton, i was bridesmaid, while the gloom uas suppotted hi Mi Uiioy II Lib! Mr Mri> Drown are' remaining .in the city [or week and will leave on Satur- dav lor their future home in Winni- peg- Clubs and Societies Mrs doling, oi Hamilton, Onl who has been the guest of Mrs W P Lmdsav, nil! leturn liome tomorrow, Mrs Hamilton mil be accompanied b> Mis Lindsai Mho will usit with net for some little time The Misbion Hand of Hcslrj chuich lull meet on Wcdnebdaj attcinoon at 1 15 The annual'ittcctlhg.pl Hie executive of Hestllllnbtcr Sunday school will be held on Tbursdai cimnm; Tile of Westmins- ter church will hold their, annual meeting tomorrow eicning at ciRht o'clock. Tonight ni'l he educational night witli the Wcstminbter Guild ol church, when Mr r Si will deliver an addrosb A coiigteg.ilional meeting v ill be held in Knoi church auditorium Jo- motroii ciening at 8 o'clock to con tider jho adusabiliti of erecting a manse Mis A .bitie and "ills W I' I wilir.e the hostesses for the annual meeting of the Westmins- ter Ladies' on Wednesday aitei- noon. Hie Woman's Auxiliau o[ St Ci- prian's church will meet this week on aiternoon at 3 iO, instead ol Thursday, will) Arthur Hair Women's Foreign Jlissionan society ol knov church will bL hel.l on Vn- liai aiternoon at thtet o'clock The Pfotbcon seiving cuclc will nieet tomorrow eie'nVng at the home oi Miss Podgei, ti3j'Fourteenth street south lequcsted to attend, as the election 01 officets will take place r Yellow and bl.ic has been rcccliccl, in the cltl, that 'her father pasbed awaj on Kndaj morn-, mg "UNO" MiN'CIIIMN Uno What 1 -Know was the place card motto of a smait luncheon of tuclic coiels gnen b> Mrs Samuel A Sheard, complimentarj to (Miss Irene a lune Lride- to-bc The hostess was [ashionably gowrted in a black mil white designed foulard sJk with I'addj green finish- ings, while the honor guest donned a charminglj i. inplc emnire gown of black mcssal'iic silk with hcaiy uhite lace collai Misb Mildred Sheard was liiettly [locked in bite crept de chine yvith yalenciennes lace insert A cut glass basket ol pink and white carnations placed on a mirror centred the tiblc 'I lie guests included, Miss Irene Mcl.achlan, Mrs. McLachlan, Miss McLachlan, Mrs. :E; M. Adams, Mrs. J. DrookhankvMr.s. T II McCaulei, Mrs Htlsc, Miss Vcra Huso and Miss Albert an No meeting of the Ladles' Ud so- cict) chinch Mill lie held this W02k, hut a lea Mill he iiiven under the auspices ol the societ) at the home oi Mrs _ Southard, on Wednesday, Mai lith i The Ladies' Aid of church mil hold an ipron and home-made cookinn sale in the school loom to- morrow aftcinoon Ml kinds ol ap- ions, including clilldrcn'i., will he on sale, and tea will be scr.ofl Irom three to I An important n.iflmg of the Wo men s Auulni oi St chiirch ivill lie lii'ld tomorrow after- noon at 3 dfl His dcs being the an niial meeting, arrangcmentb will be made for entci taming the delegates to the Diocrsin Women's Conicntion, which meets- here in lune All the membcis are nuentli requested to attend alio mcftiin: tomorrow The Qualielli nfTicial Hoard oi Wes- lei chinch will hold "ts fourth regu- lar mci-tins; tomorrod (I ucsdaj) ev- ening at R o clock in the lecture room is the finil mei-ting of the jcir, and a lull attendance is re quested, that all the reports of the church (or the mi may be pi-pared for the distrnt meeting and conifi- encc POSrMASTER AT MARKHAM T. B. Willis will be appointed master nt Marliham. JUSTAS GOOD'KINDS DON'T IMPOSED Off .HIM IN UN1M E.W.GILLETTCatTD TOR ONTO--ONT. CITIZENS' TROUNCE CHICAGO STRIKER NEWSPAPER STRIKERS ATTACK- ED OLD NEWSMAN WHEN CROWD INTERVENED .111.; May. Mickey, 28 year-j old .striking newspaper de- inery wagon driier, was severely beaten b) i crpml ot citizens earlj this morning, after he and several oth er said to have as saulted on old man who was selling new spapers at the North Side elevated railroad station: The newspaper deal- ei wa3 unconscious when the police sriiied llickev'was knocked down and citizens who the attack upon the newspaper dealer were kicking him when the police ar rived. Cries or "Lynch were heard, and the police were obliged to stop n passing alb, and drive a naj with the striker to saie him from serious attack. Hickey suffered bruises about hu head and body. After these had Wen gnen medical aid and attendance, he was locked up on a charge of assault Joseph Murray, 48 years old, was stabbed in the shoulder hlle engaged m an argument Mith two nven at a Side street cornel oier the newspaper pressmen atrme He was taken to the hospital by the police, who later arrested Uyo suspects DROWNED IN CISTERN Archie Ferguson, of Gall', was t'o drowned lu a cisteiik STEEL TRUST CASEJTARTED PRELIMINARY SKIRMISHES, WILL LIKELY LAST OVER A .BIG MEN SUMMONED "Soik, Mai 7l-Taking ol ics linioni in Uie ieilci-al suit to dibsohe the Limtc-i States Steel Corporation was commenced here lodaj and pioh- ablj will tonlinue lor two months The hearing also will be held in oth- ei cities and possibh it will be a jeai before the United States Cu- cuit court of Trenton uheie suityias tiled will take up the cyidenoi, for tu- dicial consideration Tile hearing to- daj was before Henri T Brown, the ovainiucr appointed bv the circuit court The got ornirenl asks that ri' unlawful and that all accounts larious combinations he decieed 1o violation oi the Shciman law done in creating thepi be declared a Xot onlj u, the steel corporation made a defendant, hut mnni ol subsidiaries and prominent indiiiduals aie named as defendant in the suft I P Morgan, (ohn D Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, Oco W Perkins and Daniel G Reid are among the prominuit defendants named I t Direct from Paris Comes a shipment of the finest Cretonnes it has been our pleasure to offer you Wlti'ii'it uiMilot! to prinlinsj on nny kiml of' inline mtithily lend tlie ,way taiicl 1lu> nuifKrSve have1 'just received are .most beuulil'ul Delicate French Shadow Printing, dainty stripes, rieh Oriental eoloiing-, and Jfew York's latest. the paUerns in all tlieit blending' of color on a bla'ck gxound. Ton must see these truly duct ions. wonderful 30c to 85c per yard Ladies' Suits There are still a few Suits awaiting you at prices which barely pay for the materials used in them Call and give us an opportunity to prove the truth of this Hudson's Bay Co. CHIEF GILLESPIE'S ADDRESS TO THE FORGE THIS BIG PLANT GOES TO THE HAT Ottawa, Ma> is giyen in last.week's Canada Gazette of the in- corporation of the Western Canada cold storage and company, yvith a capital stock of head office, Winnipeg Tho mcorporakirs aie Howard Grant Remolds and wil iam John.Ijecap'allem, printers; Alex; Hamilton, B.H.1 Edburne and Albert Jackson, engineers; Edwin J. Rey- nolds ami Douglas M Bruce, secre tary, and N 13 NIchol, agent, and P li. Malcolm, broker, all of Winnipeg. The new.company is given authority to acquire from Messis Bruce and Nlchol the plant and atscts of the Cen- tral Canada .Meat Packing Company, Limited, at Medicine Hat Chief Gillespie this jafterlioon, de- liiered the of his addresses to forte ,andun- formed them that at the close of the sei les, each would be required to pass a w i itten examination set by hint coi eilng polite dutj, hnuieheE of police yioik touched fon_bvihlmrdur- ing the series 7 He also made 'the luiporlant'-au-1 nouncement that arrangements would be .nado to leach each members of the force the iiidlments of life saving as this will be considered aa important branch of police duty M hen, ITender son Lake is completed and being used as a pleasure report i Police frtmt Rtld Lnw Before I speak to you regarding ariest with warrant and of gliing evidence, I would like to jou on the adiisabilitj of you all to lead law, when you haie a chance to do so and endeaior at all times to cul tivate the good ivlll of the public A great deal of mistrust has arisen against the police m some cities A great deal of this ia based on the mis understanding of the police regarding tneli duties The public knows lers little of your ordinary duties They are not told that jou are often le quired to work that would cause any artizan to go oji strike are not told that you'shouldci a greater responsibility' than ans titijzcn no matter what hip trade mas bo I want to tell sou that jou shoulder a greit responsihilHj by j-our lack ot judg- ment aad sour ignorance ot law maj Involve jour citi in an expensive law snir aud I lime jet to learn of anj western cits that has made an effort to teach theii peace officers the rudi- ments of law A magiBtiats 01 lawyer at the trial of sour prisoner has for gotten a point of they can with dignity look it up and Tilth coniider able more dignity lectule jou for not knowing that simple point of law They, have forgotten, and v.hile jou untrained in law ale eipecled to act sometimes in making en arrest on tills i en point.'of law, gentlemen who are foi gotten In mj opinion the majeity of the law would be better, but cities having then nesce offlcers framed in Ian "T to impress upon you that ignorance ot -the Ipw is no excuseifor you, It Istyour vo sludythe law nt every opportun- "it> that you get The rapid changes tf affairs In western citifes.may bring befoio the' authorities the- necessity qf a. ".training school for s their peace officer where he can be instructed In jiis multituilous ijutles' before he eyer dons the uniform i ,v, I liibe with'the assistance mayor and council to haie jou In structed'In-life saving The classes ale" now tlllder the InstiuctioiMi-o? Constable Gallon at the Y II AJ IjUBiy.member of the force should the badges.oMhmPirsir Aid to and-tlie'Roval'Life having Society t f "t Arrejtt A lawful ariest on'a ciiminal charge yyitli a wan ant can be made at anl' hour of the da? qi night. You can follow anj 11 here, w hen a person is ileing fi om justice Doa t hi eak open doors until j ou hai e demanded that the door or any obstruction be open ed in the name of the King you arrpit a perspn for anj offenre touch him lightly on the shoulder and lay it In plain clothes, "I am a police officer and arrest ion in the name ot the King for whatever the offence is named in warrant. When In uniform you aie not obliged to do this, but touch him on the ohouldu lightly and suv "In the name of the King I anest jou for whatever Is stated in the warrant-( Read the.warrant over tlcable, after the arrest careful to warn jour prisoner, that ivhaterei he now snss maj be taken as dence at his i trial ff he to make a statement, it is jour'duty to listen to all he hat to giie eUdenqft at tile ,trial In conclusion the Chief impressed the men the necessity 6f ac- curacy in giving eildence WANTS A DIVORCE Mrs Louise R t Hidge Toronto Is seeking from 'her hus band, now in ?fattle CU--SG- WILL REPRESENT THE C. N. R. Winnipeg, May M. 'Dennis toitn, K. C., 'has been appointed by the Canadian Northern Railway, as -repre- sentative of the oompanv to the arhl I ration hoard to settle the dispute yvith the men over the running of Great Northern trains Into Canada with Am- eficnn crews in place of Canadian crews. An Old Hand 'Have 'you had any experience as an office I "I should say I had, why, I'm a dummy director in three liiiuing companies I.iftt HOLBEOOK'S SAUCE is used in the diving rooms of both the House of Lords and the Houso of Commons in England. It takes over 2 years of prepar- ation and ageing to pro- duce that full, rich, mellow flavor. 'HOLBROOKE SAUCE- ;