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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 12, 1114 THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ifVll DR PRICES Its superiority is unquestioned Its fame world-wide Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum food The low-grade powders are made from or "sodium aluminum which is also alum, a mineral acid, which does not make the food'healthful. One pound of the low cost powders contains three ounces of alum, a mineral acid. Is it safe to put that on your pantry shelf along with cans of food ingredients Food baked with alum baking powdert if found to contain a portion of the aluni unchanged. Read the ingredient clause of label on the can. Unless it shows cream of tartar don't use the powder. SlfflES SENATE BY Scathing Denunciation of Mex- ican ba Deposed Washington, May 11. Asserting lihiit President. Wilson was more than justified in refusing to recognize Vic-' toriatio Ilucrla as president ot Mex- ico, ami that the United States must not .turn back until it has establish- ed constitutional government in that republic. Senator Owen today "start- led the senate with.a remarkable de- nunciation of the -Mexican His speech was an intimate, history of Huerta from the time lie tore the reins of power from the hands of JHiidero. to the present Through it ran the color of blood and its story recked with .murder, intrigue and- violence. Statesmen who talked too much went to silence behind pri- son walls and Hucrta by the force of arms and the impelling poM'er of fear imposed his will upon peo- ple. J To back up hia assertioni, the sen- ator produced corifide'ntiftl documents from the state department, and data from other He rejpicM, he said, thai; been offer- ed. he declared, "iet.no mistake be made. We must demand order, con- stitutional self-governmehtj and that the right oi sovereignty be placed in the bauds of the peopla of Mexico un- der safeguards that will promise lib- erty, human rights and stability ot government to the people of Mexico and assure our own future .peace and security, and if necessary, 'we must enforce these demands at .the can- non's .'-mouth. :y "Jf we are compelled toi use.force, we must ;'the-United States against retaining Mexican tcr- tory, in order to assure the world and the people of Mexico of our un- selfish purpose to promote "civiliza- tion'and protect human lite and hap- piness as we did in Cuba. "Hundreds of oiir citizens have been killed in Mexico) thousands of them e been .robbed, millions of ti.-i-ir The standard of quality because based on long experience and built of best materials WOaws Gas Ranges Built to burn natural 'have every convenience, every time and gas econo- mizing device. See the McClary dealer. m Natural Gas, Light Appliance Co., Local Agents. property st violence fro olen, and all driven with om Mexico. Huerta has sought- to involve ua in complications with Japan, which might easily it- our nation in one the blood- iest wars in history if permitted to be worked out. Tbe President .was not only justi- fied in refusing to recognize Huerta as President of .Mexico au In seizing; Vera Crua to stop the landing of a ship load ot machine guns and 000 cartridges, he would have bneu fully justified in deposing Huerta by military force as a bloody despot and a treasonable usurper." LIBERAL AND LABOR, SPLIT CAUSING. GOVERNMENT ANXIETY London, 5tay in the groat Grinusby bye-election is pro- ceeding quietly. Tbe probability ia that the vole will be owners ot fleets holding their smacks until tbe crews had registered their votes. The result is most uncertain, owing chiefly to the personal influ- ence of Sir George Doughty, the late member, who lied April Oth. Mortification is exhibited in north- east Derbyshire over the split in the progressive .vote, which is accentuat- ed in the statement by J. Ramsay MacDonald, chairman of the Labor Party. "What business have tbe Lib- erals to ask us to refrain from run- candidate in other conBtitu- are told that Home Rule and the cause of democracy there must be no split votes. The 'Prime Minis- ter said the other day under- standing between the two parties was necessary. Undoubtedly, the ac- tion of the Liberals at this election will put everything in the melting pot. Its evil effects will, go far and he felt a long time." Both sides at Ipswich, Suffolk, have decided to defer definite arrangements until after the funeral on Friday, of Rev. C. Silvester Home, the Liberal member who died steamer Corona just outsii Harbor on May 2. ning encies he asked. in the interests of Big Quarterly Conference was Well Attended-Excellent Addresses Csrdaton, Alta., May nnar. teriy conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of 'Latter Day Saiuts, which closed here last night, was one of the most .Interesting that has been held. At tho Sunday afternoon meet- Ing, nearly one- thousand people were In the tabernacle. the programme was a little more varied this time than usual. Satur- day morning and a part of Sunday lorulng was given over to tho work the Relict society. Sirs. Geo. F. Richards and Aunt Zina Card were the principal speakers. The Relief .Society o? Alberta Stake has now 450 members. Saturday afternoon President T. Duce gave the address of welcome with wuiini ttiw CuiifcittiiCc op- ened. This was followed by an ad- dress by Apostle Richards ot Salt Lake City, in which ho advised his hearers to endeavor to arrange their attain, so that when the temple Is kuilt they might be able to go in and do tho Tvork they .desire for dead re- latives. He -was anxious that as soon as possible the Stake should fulfil its obligations in connection with a debt still standing on the tabernacle. Apostle Itfacic'ay gave one of the most interesting addresses heard in a long time, when he took as his text, "If ye know these things, happy ore ye if yo