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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, THE BRIDGE DAILY HERALD M ore Home Baking, B eiier-eyery way tljan the made foods frirc Powder of Tartar Powder No Alum No Lime Phosphate Made apes urn FAVOR D. C., May .de- cided toi rejiort favorably a resolution restTictiiig the" .presidential tenure or office to. terra ;trf A flTJnorlty report favoring a sliiglc term of four years also will be nmde Trom the conimlttee. -Tlie reports are ex- iir.fi-. day' or two. PETE MBRPHY IS WATER 14 FEET DEEP IN TOWN FLOODS AGAJ BREAK. BOUNDS AND INUN- AREA Iseu Rbatlp X-n ,Ulfty> la.-rCir the whlcli ha serveil .temporarily tp. check its pro flootl -.--water -from Hie leva bi cak at Iprras is today sproadin ovef the towns of the' tliickly settlei fountrv aou'h of here. Plantation fttloi plantation that dot the plTjottoma some of nrl richest faugar cane pi'Ddii fields oil ihe hank of the river are co'verefl 'by' the ivater. A- report, from Irwlnyille, 35 m Jippth pE Poit Allen, retiched Ijere to day.. that; 'the-water WHS fourteen. -feel Ihe-town. One hundTed and fifty persDns-are. said to he marooned there: -tlen'r. of tha Federal relief corps.-Ms'Tireparing to send rolief. ib tliem. DrandoU, JInil'., JIhy 13.r-Pste IfUr- phy, local moving picture theatre found guilty jodny, and re. m'ahded tilj Saturday for.sentence on the charge the "abduction of Beat- rice Manning, n. Blrl of sixteen, on arrested iii'.Leilibfjdge and brought-16 Brniidqn; leav- ing for the West llie'y'odonplcd the COLLEGE YELL OFM'GILL BOYS Announces Arrival of a Bunch of Students in the City With the war crj of old McGlil IB- iiillig from thirty-two pairs of lusty lings, -tlie special clues of mining'en- gineers from jMcQill University an- nounced their nrrlvnl In Lcthbrldgo after their lone trip from Cobalt. Tho class, which la In charge of Dr. j.'13. I'orter, D. Sc., professor of Jllning [C-agluecrlng, will explore tho mysteries of Lethbrldge :coal mines on their visit here, and Immed- iately after their arrival or their spec- ial cqaches attached to 'the west- bound local, Ihey proceeded to'kp. shaft of the Gait Mines, where they will -examine the workings' of the mine while being conducted by Snpt; R- Livingstone. Professor I'orter explained that 111 the third year of the Jllning Course, lectures ure given on the elomaots of mining, metallurgy, ore geology, anil final work is done .lii the more general Engineering Courses. At the end of fills third year fho class' is taken to the Held and five or 'ilx weeks are spent In studying Inl-des and metallurgical plants uiidcr tho peri Eoiial direction o[ -the staff of the de- partment, Offlei, 1224 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Rilldtriee 11 la "IT But It es It a trial. fmlmtmm of all giving Unless you ;cnn think, when the song is done, No other Is sort In the rhythm Unless you can (col1, wlit'n loved by Ollf, That all mi'ii else go with him Uiilcss you .ciiii know when unpraiSBil .by -his lircatir, That yoilr beauty it-sell wants prov- v Unless you can Life. lror Oh Fear to call it loving you can IIIUEC In ;i crowd all (lay, On the absent ince that lixed you, Unless you pan love, as the angels Wit-lrllie Iircath of Heaven betwixt iniess yon can dream that his iaith IB fast, Through the behooving and unbcr .'lldpving unless you can die, when llic di'cain is oust- On' 'rieyer call "it loving. Drowning. A wedding was solemnized n llic lidinc of Mr. ll. Malson, Twplll St., C., N'., at one o'clock lodav when .Hiss -Stella May Uoberlsbn wa united in matrimony to Mr. Carl 0 Mnlson. Miss Constance liaison was brides main, while Mr. Carlson sun ported 'Ihe groom. Hcv. .A. A. lie tied tin; nujilia. knot in llic. presence of only the im- mediate rclnl-ives. Mr. anil (son will reside in Maclcpd. Clube.and Societies The- district visited Is carefully clips-' n with a view to'offering the, sin-. I lents the best possible opportunities for observation, arid-' the method'-in general. is to a considerable time.In one particular mine or works' thus familiarizing the students with the., plant and making them riuke at" I home; In It. The remainder of the pcr- iod'.is- then spent In visiting other works one.oi1 two din's being given lu encll-aud 'the .difference In etc., -noted arid-'studied. Tomorrow the class will likely .vis- It i-ho LethbrldEe Collieries whore' development 'work is going on and in all pi-Suability some o'r the -smaller Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. James Teal, Mrs.: Alvin Ilipic.v, 1222 Fourth uv- the-lustUlnic this' season. 7ot receiving' loiiiorrpw :Mfs. A. C. liianchard. Mrs.. Rigby and Mrs. L. M. Johns- W. McNicul; nor again this season. 3-iisEi Sask., plants ailpn. also Come in for consider- lias bcpji.'d pUfiular house gUcst with .Airs. "Heascf, expects lo return home Loniorrow.7'''1" samp ,Bn! she ivng made, and believed .'the girl thai Mur- phy' had been- a perfect gentienftn aiid could not 'have been better if bor father. Judge Cumberland, in siimiiilng up, said that tho occupation- ortrie state; room.ivas against; the sjory; and he did 'not believe 'the: girl's. evidence. He found the prisoner guilty, and .remand- ed him for sentence until 'Satiirdny .The boys are aupnrenlly cajoying their trip, and are making the most ot It. They live ill their cars. n-llHi j are (letach'ed at any point to be visited and on their approach to; the Rocklca their eirtbuslasm is reaching fever heat. As 'about bait of the coiil hil'ii- iu-Cttruiuii la ui'KiMi Crow Nest fields, they will spend the majt .portion of their trip in tills vicinity. From Lethbrldge they, vil] proceed to Coleman, Moyie. Riondei Nelson, Rosshmd, Trail, Pheohlx anil Greenwood. CLAIM STRIKE IS NEAR END Mrs..MY1.-. Sji. Qalbraitli left thii at- teriioon fpr-i Rdmnnton, where she will' visit .for two-or three weeks with Mrs. Hugiispri. Tho p.fpsid.ent ami Executive of the will give a -luncheon, to the Right Honorable nud It. L. .Burden on Thursdij May 10th. I-hclr Hoi al I-Iigfiilcsses tlic Duke and Duchess ol Con'naugiit, the. I'rin- ccis Patncia with Miss Pcily, Mjss Adin} Captain Lowthcr, Uaptaiti foulkclu Captiin l.bhg, Captain ijul- ler 1 leiitcninl tlib I-iiih. II. si) Vr ami Jit. ;Ar- i thilr -Sladeh will arrive in Toronto on 1 hursday May ictl'i. 'flic Women's Auxiliary oi St. AH- gustiu's church will meet toniorrow afternoon.al 8.'30. The members of the Of- ficial-Hoard'; or Westminster church arc reilfiinled' of the meet ng, which will he lltltl 'id. the church at eight o'clock this -evening. k The Euivorth. League p[ Wcstiniiij- tcr church will not meet tomorrow ev- ening, but the gold.medal 'elocutionary conlfst be held'on Thursday ci eaing.." Tlic .Westminster .i Ciullth ql .Knnx thurclr.will not meet this evening, hut the. Giiild .will hold- fflin! social pi- the. scasOii pile Yvceic from tonijrlit., ,t Tlln. mcetillg.oi tlic Ladies' Aitar Kt. .church which have been held this ei cning, his been .postponed until .'Wed- nesday night., "SALADA" CEYLON TEA. MAUD LUD pAem-ra only. aoio in BUM. GREAT YEAR YIN PROSPECT EVERY LINE 'OF; LOOKS. PROSPEROUsi-BANKS HAVE LOTS Spokane. V'ash., "Jfay Bankers, nillers, Irans- ortaiiou returning from ibiirs if eastern Washington arid ,0'regon, loftheni .and cen.tral {d'ahp, iyesterh lontnna and southeastern British Cpl- mbla, report that 'Crop conditions never bilBhter in. the -Paolflc and ntcr-mouiitain .country, aUpre- cnt. Indications arc the- grain nnd ay yields will the .largest. In the Istor'y'of Deeaiise'of the bundant moisture diiring.the winter acreage'. .Dr. .ynipcs and bride liave taken up their residence on Fourteenth street. Dr Snipes is issqciated in dentistry O J C'oufticc. lonths and the Increased. he prune, pear, and icrry. crops also'glye urpniJBe.'pf be- Assessors'- coiintieg in 10 Inland repp'ft- thnj. ixed farniing-Ja'-bielng iiractised morb 1 Chicago, 111., May cuer ai rests were inartc Lodny in Llip sUIku Llian al any Lime since the fcesiniilnjr 0[ labor IVoublcs Ihu action oT Llic TyiJOgrttjihical imioh'ih voting against joining tlic ptcsbinln and Uic efTcuL on llic slilkcrs and llieir iricnris and usual pickets volunteered lo prevent sale of papers were not as aygriissivi: as usiia.1. j Newspapers were sold practically in every scclion of the citj- and at many local stations without, police profco- lion, -Manaircrs of ainvspapcrs declare tho hackhonc of tlic strike is anil they expert noi'inal conilitioris .jir a few days. For several days newspapers JIB.VC Snipes, who has roccnLly conic been, issued iir editions and to UIL c t> is tlis vnison d'.'ctrc of a tlic only inconvicncc experienced n itincc on Tliurstlav, fou which Ornian Ii'rccmari, who is en- gaged, with a survey party in north- ern Alberta, is visiting vijjji his paj> Mr. and iV'.rs Frecinnn. Mrs G an Jiaarlym, who un- xlphveht a srrious operation at the Qalt Hospital some time ago, has completely recovered, and rcLurnu llofiie on St. Mary's Men's society will hold a "whist driVc'at the .hoira 'of Mr. :l Unsworth, 1020 Second N on, Tuesday May Hlh, at eight o'clock. ..Evprylipciy welcome. The. Quarterly: pniciiil Hoard oi Wesley' c'luircli wilr. h'pld an adjourned meeting on" Tuesday evening at eight o'clock. This, is'.'the flnnl'mccting of Ihe and .4 lull attendance is r'cnucstBdj .jliat all- thc'teports of'thc church fbr the year may for district meeting and conference. The Ladies' :'A Id- of Wesley church n tea -nt the home of Mi A. OOllEightli St., S., o Wednesday afternoon, when the has esses .will' be Mrs. 1 -'1. SmitlKand Mrs.' Southard.- the will also a table of hoinc-inai candy and cupkiiig.'. A, silver collection will be tnkeii the .door, and tiie. public arc conlin ly invilcd-t more limn on-a niemhcr or the Roy; Family Is expected to be preaent. H. Is keenly Interested jn th work or the society, of wblch Princes Chrlsnilu is preaident, nnd' Jlajo Tudor Craig S'acrotarj'. For the caalon iho Albert Hall, will'he. entire y tranefornied lo reiircBent the Brlgl on Pavilion In the -gorgeous days o :hc Hogcncy. The TronL ot. tlie lion will conceal the organ i and Ihi whole scheme of dccorntion. wll Rithfully reproduco the e historic bulkllng. The IreEB.trf a hundred years .igo' Will b' vorn by everybody. The feature of tbe.evening U-Ill hi he nuadrllleB which arc being ar unsed by of well knbwi cojjle. Lady MInro. will have a'aor eoiia entitled "India.1 Latly Mlnto nnd her 'dauRhler ivil: -ear the siinei-b Rariec" costllirica.glv n lo.Utoat duflnt .nilntb'a. vltifi royalty. ,hady tytloiifwlir have art quSdPlllt, 'and' 111; thli -Ladi'Mar jorle Gllttrtefiy, Miss I3i Idget. Col-abrook and Rosemary LeveBoil-Gbwer -ivlll dance Lady Lanephdroilgii will dflnce iii'the Coldstrqn.ni Quadrile aTranged by Lfldy Muriel Heckwith; jh Which th'e dnicers AH11 wear Ihe'uiilfbriii'of isi2.' MUSTERS ARMY TO FINAL STAND ONTARIQHIT BY SNOW STORM Toronto, May snowstorm. struck Ibis city ami surrounding couh-' this nibrulng. Coycri Wide Area London, Ont., May stonfo, with gales, ureval'l here, and! Lhe same conditions prevail all over tile liuron and Bruce counties. CONSPIRE AGAINST THE REPUBLIC IJPCII Sir llic circulation ci the-papers. saying" also usand.. of formerly ileV xcluslvoly to CORSETS fl The ibdominit support B a feslure' of this model. Made in >izci, Clererly designed lo fire firm tupport, yet is wonder- Alfc them w the Horn- .Tkil il Mldcl 619. at thousand.. of oted 'ex used for dlveralfledyngrlciilture. Pnr.e bred cows .and 'hpBs'.nre.beihg brought Into the country -Vfronli the central liioti.attenfipiv. IsVglyen io ail kinds- of Sauuicl iiresldent .of thb 3p.6kane Ciearlngilloijjie salil hi .nn.lntervievy, 'totla'y. -that th-s bunks in Spokane and throughout the district have more money than they can conveniently handle, despite th.c fact ..that there Is a good demand for loans. The association has undertak- en to financ-a the apple crop' this sea- son, 'and for thTs nloue it Is estimated Unit fully will be 'required. There Is greater activity than any previous time' In the last fonV years 111 metal mining operations, anil >lt IH' reported by. operators that npt ihsss than a dozen -i.TpperllcB Ingfo'li, Idaho and the. province of Bri- tish Columbia will Join the list of illy- Idcud-payera. within the next dnyir. Thi "Ililnhcr Industry alao Is looking up. the rodent dc front the .orahlc p Cumuli? -IheJ Atlantic swbourt and South Amerlci nnd Soiipi Africa. TROUBLE NOT SETTLED Man.', Maj- oi ail agrccnicnL and dr.-. inanding that the men he installed; again on their olil runs to Kmerson and hnck, the Canadian Norlhfrn rail- way men emphatically deny thai the trouble Is pinclicnilj- sctt.lcd. The: step 'is cailscd from the tact thai' some hart the minister 't'cvard invitations have been Issued by Mrs. Of interest to Womerj The Duke and Duchess I'riiincss Patricia and llic cntpurnKe of llic Royal party. Inlt Itfonlrpal .for OLtawa at 12.35 o'clock af.tcrnoon. Tlicrc was no roriual- itjr attention upon tlicic do-partucc. Ihe'u'niileiisant tealures this agp'.Ie .the sensational as'ittct regard..a wedding. Tn marriage cereniqny- was. "adyertlset In one.oE OUT western towns sotile dm in a rorthcoinln Mhlbllion. tfdweyer, the civic niithp prbyeil thefflselvc-j' men of aeiis and dlaeernment By dlsapprbyliig! b thla course', nnd'the dines were rti'thdrflwn from the pn E-ramme.' A'Mlehljan pajfer tells of wedding ceremony fibleinnized i CJallrpr'nia last (iiqjitb. -attended by il usual circiiinstancfs.. The bride choa liiBpirBUpn. Mpnnt Lowe, net Paaatiena, fpr.her..miirilago aitar., aiii Con- before tlig'ce'r'ehlpiiy took place, th hTidarpafty io. ihc extrera 61' the rocky buttress to contein Plate the1 lielBJit and the viillay be low. We aii hdt'loW whether' th bridegroom experienced and bewlld n cmanil being largclj- provinces; In WcsJ- lahor that the parties contro- versy were satisfied. The mcn.lalic last week icccivcil ,T cbnimlmicntinii from tlic.Caiindlan Northern railway ofTediiK Icrms of settlement. While refusing at present lo discuss UICSQ' terms they nnlrm iiiosl, cmpliuticaily tliat no real qlicr is irudc thcin ilicrp.' In turn, have formulated a letter (o tho management .which nmounls to ;i deinnnd that Lhe met: lie rcinslalcd and is virtually an. ul thn.itlini lo Ihc company, PEARSON'S TENDER THE LOW'EIT: The tenders fcv the construction of llta wings of llic Hoard of Trade huild- Inj? wero opened today. Five tend-ars wfl'o received. Ihnl oi'-O. W. Pearson, being Ihe lowest a( Tho cfth- Irnct Ihc iilleratiouit will bu signed shortly, nnd work will coininchcbll Many '.prominent Alontrealcrs attend- the station to hid farewell, to their Highnesses, who go .to Ottawa forja day nnd llicnce to Toronto. rilahy society women arc viewing with" -doncern (In; 'advisability of adopting Qurcii VicLui'In's custom awing rooms nnrt holding, them in Llic aflernooh. The of the King and Quern ate the reverse, of llibse of anil Alexandra. Tlii: late King was an' ihvckralc nighlbird, whcreaK and Mary like to rcllrc early. In all; probability, Ihererotr, after- noon drawing rooms wilr be revived Ihi.s summer. of GonnangliL has grndunlrd in n cmirse of First 1.0 Hie Injured, and Ottawa r.ocicly fallowing HIP, leiid.of the il-lliR11 prinnr.s.s llic idnii rnnKldrr.ililn fervor: And it is n very good idea. Kvpry girl .slmnld Idiniy how lo act. prom fitly in yn cinn'gcncy and If she were so equip- ped, with Ifio confidence ot certain IviKnvlcdgf. in dtallnp wiLH many n. lififlong ilisliRurcmcril-, and ofR-ii even death mlglil he nvorlcd. erlng a leap" he froai: the jiimmlt. In he: hands the- hrlde carried a amall case containing, the SBliBB of. her father and. after the ceremony, she opene< it, nnd .threw It far iiito the canyon The. sheer, senaatloh of such a cere mony'Inuit have excited comment P'-RII In a State.so'used to eBrthquakes as California. Most .of- our June brides would In- finitely, prefer, more secluded SUP rou.ndlnBa, with happier home sug- gestions than, tha xllspersa! of the pa- ternal Perhaps It Is because of OUT Inherited traditions'from denr old Adam and'his R.uple-lovlikg wife, that a garden'seems the most appro- prlalp scene for a wedding, anil June the Ideal month for a Ceremony whlcii belongs to the time of rc-jes. IiiBpira- .tloh Point, overlooking a whole State, Is rulher an aweaomc place- from which to lake the mntrlnlonlni plunge, and iim bliiahlng June bride would pro 'A liomcllkc -Bcene, with melits inarfinec on the lawn, t The" most: Interesting clmrlly ball of Ihc coming seison In London, Eng- bo Hundred Years Ago" ball, which la to be held at the Albert' Hull oil -Thursday, June nth. Ill aid of.'.the Molljlere1 mid Siillbrs' Help THc' KhiR and Queen have promised their uatronuge, auu Ttellnna, Mexico, Jlay Orozco todaj mustered his armj for a iinal staiid against advancing ted- Lnh Vdnlittinj; that 1 foiccs me boblor equipped in artil leu the clicl kadei declircs W 13 hlb troops to It) ol llcllnun bo ihcj niaj hnrc thi of trcoeh ps in this MCluitl fi6m wljich tun thL rebels lltjarlj iiinjhilaled leiliiral cbinmhnd oi.'Gcn- eial coinnuUcd sin cldc uhilc tht hatrllc was in progress the rebels s in the cngngcnitiit .or.'-jruinditv.ircR'gKnl I ibci il IcTdrl? dctlsio till goM.rll incut liKcii JL dad upoili tions at Loncjoe they cliiiiu an cinr cept for Ihc loss qf important posi tlons at Loncjoe break in lighting. All of tlic generals nnd thciir i-om nmiids have hefen- ordered.-to -.mobilize where the.jcntire (ighting-vatrtijlgth bf the iiishrrcctas it-ill .'.'be thrown against the L'liCli'iy- CLARENCE -DARROW'S TRIAL Lc- Angeles Oil Maj 13 A fchicago liwjer IB ed to be nliced on trial on ednes for alleged Jury tampering, .while chief counsel for the VcNamara bro theis the confessed The pronenulion hm wit losses Mr Dirrpff will call abouc thirty witnesses. May son of faun; who wag n prominent he Boxer rising, and who wai at one' ime, heir aiinreiit to the hfohc, .has arrived in'Pekln. Priiice' who.. have, declared' limselC emperor of the Chinese nceg ot Sbuen niiil Kah Su is under- tood to be Intriguing now to have His oa proclaimed fempef-or lie IB ng' active asslstincc Troili Prince :ung, the leader ot ibo Mongolia ahLl- has Ireen very act- G in Ilia eTiort lo anve'the JVIanchud. brferotllo.raise Irobpi to' for and to naVe gone to iMUkdon'lo proclaim, the lii- dduBliddnnn. iir .MHnolilirl.i________ PARAGUAY REBELS BADLY ROUTED SUPPRESSING THE I.: W. W. Patterson, N. J., 31 of olice.Blngsqn issued, pnp'rd-sr today the industrial WtJrkere or he World frbrii hdldinfe. iileetliifea In any part of tbe 'city' aiuT i'nfltriiatihg :he .police lo disperse .them' alioiild hey allenini. Lo .vEolale thti order- Members of the organirfttion lime been hcthe In "Hke of the sill mill employees 'recently, L Buenos Aj res Official advices received licre., from, Ascunclon, Paraguay, today, confirm Lhe victory of May 10, ot Ihe.Boyern-i ineiit trbope oyer the revohitlbnf ary-fcroe under .the command of Col Alvino former, prefliderit ot The-revolnilpn npn' con- sidered over Col 1 irii woumlert during the: ghtlnff.; lost many.kllle'd and 500 of were taken t Col. Jara, fleiplte1 his .woundi, es- caped. i junong Lhe wounded uat i pionun lit' German instructor. All .irtillery as well as thouBDiid rifles... he- the rebels were SAYS EDMONTON HAS 50 000 rdmonLon Vila "May 11 Greiter Fdmonton IB aoon as ual figures .are .made kiipwn, conUlDB a .unjullHtlon of ia the oylulou, of Wlllkm Sannders tlu critic of Win! uhcec In connection vltt} Henderson's -1912. Edmonton ory, la in courfle of cortpletjon; More and Better will ne the realllt of-j'oUr" roii use White Swan Yeast .Cakes Your grocei keeps them fn 5c pmck ages of cakea Send -today for rcc Kainple Wlnlo Swan Spites A eiiisV.Limited. Toronlo. Ont. IS MACE WITH ELLISON'S BEST" FLOUR Mghl flaky, bread gooil flour scjenltfically milled ilnder the lienljujuUlllc.iiii.- .Our: flour !la .aluo luspccled licfore shipment II la [ho delight ami bnco tried. Thiajs used osr SACK A IJOOSIIR i Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. AT LSTHIRIDQE, RAYMOND AND MAORATH t 1 ;