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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. May tHE LKTHBBIDGE DATtY HEBALT) POWDER IN CANADA QQNTAIN.S rsio, Al_UM CQHPQRMS JTbrTHE HIGH STANDARD OF 'S GOODS BAKlNd PUYYUER WOMEN VOTE IN THE PRIMARIES KEEN .CONTEST IS BEING WAGE'D .IN1.: FOL- LETTt. 18.THERE Son Francisco, Cul., Mny Women of California were given .flrsL opportunity today to expreaa their .Choice, for, AB "ftiConFj'en'iie'rice Hie presidential 'primary vote promises at the opening of the state hoe The-campaign which, closud last night with.the Hoosevclt and L.iffqlotte force milking- n 1'iriiU effort-'to swing' Sun Francisco. Tlie vote, was Wtter: iy contested, Seimlor Liiffolette'rilded ft'Y hlB'wlte and others toured.Uie state WinrgHiff ;lmd; fa lied- to Hive, mm' a ..'square tleSl- speakers however, .the Close oh Che heels, of. Laffolette, followed (governor'Htrim Johnson, exerting Ills, influence ,1p' behalf, of, Jtpoaeyelr. He i aldedebjVformer Senator Bever- Idftc of Indiana and Clifford Plnchdt, former representative Ralph D. Cole of Ohio WIG the onlj speaker Imported to aid the pieaident but numerous Cal itornla political spoke foi Taft and Secretary of Sffltc vn-ilafe of.lili .visit, .week, to deliver speech .Jit ,Los Angeles pn behalf or MB tnlpf The Republic 11 of- such IiHefesl that efforts made'li) behalf, of Democratic Candidates did -net flgureiconsplciouti contest Wilson, almost .ex- clusively no othei candidate making nn Calf To: ma ore ierence_ J He cimpaign manageia of 'claimed the'contest -______________i i 1 I n You cnn make richer, more-.fragr.anl you' One teispgonfnl nniKes_ cupe boiling water MOMENTOUS FOR COAL MINERS CONVENTION TO DISCUSS AGREEMENT. .REACH- BYfCOMMITTEE Wllktsburg, May The trl- dlstrlct convention 'of- United Miners called to consider' the tentative ''ag- reement -drawn up by a. sub-coin- four miners nnd -four opera- tors, and which -wae rejected Ijy the executive bodies of three" anthracite districts, began here .today, with a full representation of 'delegates from every local vm Ion the fleldi. A majority of; delegates were sent to the. convention unliiBLructed. .Although; .there is a feeling, among theriiien that the- agreement will be there 'hnfeTliPen' no actual lin- ing up Oi how they stand. nbeia of executive bodies of the were at the. "miners' headquarters until early this moininp Ihej took up the ten da 1 EDITED FHONCI: Offlu, Nii'lftiKt'1111 A little1. Uilng, a sunny smile, A loving 'ivorcl at rnoru. Ami nil (by long Llic day .shone bright, The cares o[ life were made mora Hglil And the sweetest hopes were born. i 11 is a little thing to speak a phrase Of common comfort, which by daily use JIas utmost lost its sense, yet on the car Of'hitn, who thought to die unniourn- cil, 'twill fall Like "choicest" music, fill "t-lie glazing To know the again. bonds ol fellowship tomorrow -Mrs: E. E: Baer, 319 Seventh Avt-, S.. for the last time Ihis sansori. Mrs. J. (ilenister, 1324 Third Ave-, S., and not again until Mr. n. McKcnzic, Toronto, is guest of Mrs. .1. Glcnistcr for extended visit. the .Mr. A. Hose, of-Calgary, a p en L _ the week-end'" with friends ,in the cily.? Mr., and Mrs. Nail McLachUn have taken up.thelf residence at -113 St S Air., and Mrs. Edwards, of Wood- stock. Ont-, arrived in the city to- velvtt white hat, ncssj" In while satin, with Mack chiffon 'ami white lace, Mack blue hat. Lady _ Vim Ilnrne wore black embroidered1 'in silver, ami black aruf green 'toque. The .Marquis.of .Exeter, who has purchased ;tn estate in this country! is jicrtv on his.way lo Canada, accom- panied'.'by the and will tcmain .here until -July. The Marquis is 'descended from 'Tennyson's "Lord of and he and Lord Salisbury have a common ancestor in William Cecil, secretary of slate to Edward VI ami Queen Elizabeth, lie teicxtreincly wealthy, and has hail an Career. Your grocer has a treat for you I J It's TOWED CORN FLAKES Clubs and Societies 1 incetine; of all- the young ladie.s interested in haskcthall will he held in Weshninfitet church this evening Imniediateli' after {he football match. The tea. to he'given at the home nl Mrs. A- Southard, 001 Eighth R-, tomorrow afternoon under the auyplccs of Wesley Ladies 'Aid to be'vecy enjoyable and no do tint-.a. large .number'will attend. Ucnvinan wrrc- appointed a supply committee lor Ihe Mission. The hy-iiuvs wcm revised and type- wriiton copies oi the same will lie nmdc out. Much routine1, was trjncaclcil and a comiriittce was appointed -to and arrange tor .''Taff pay" one (lay during the Dry farming Congress. Ifi, will be Ascen- Holy Communion in St. AURUS- 'alive agreement, 'amVwhile 'no offi .cial announcement was .made. .It IB known tho> declSed" to auppori tRe ag reehient In convention without recom- m-Bn-duLlon. last icveral. days, and as .the agreement not aatiatactory to many bf'the miner it large d .bate Mrs. C I guests Leader. id In Mr. and SUE5EC riAnoGri t NT .Quebec; meeting of .tl last night. cojmect'1d..-w ith building of It itor on the baakment ner? and Ib, uorke niirt harbor Improvement Five all you for the purest soap Sunlight The offered with common Mapt make up .for the 'purity of Sunlight Soap. It US more to make pure soap; but it coett YOU lest to use it, for Sunlight for In the clothca, aa it not wear and rub like common do. ffc. a bar at an Grocert. i Mr.'J. Glcnislcr left this morning for. Swift Current, where he will, spend ii days. .Col: Kitchener, 'Lord Kitchener's brother, sailed by the'H.M.S. Royal Gcorgu bh his return la England: J- Vl.IT. -.V 'Mrs and'cliildrenf-'oi Mac- Icod, air gueiitfi with Me-. Cutj Sivth Avc., cii route tpMposiN- J'aw, where Mr. Wicshrcfd lias been ;h transferred as superintendent ,uf, the L I1 II Mr. Sandhnch, of Ireland, is on route Lo, .iJiLlihritlgc lion in the Merchants flank, recently; made vacant or Mr.: Kilpatrick, who wil sipn: JJfiVj when atimini.stercd tin's_ cliurpl) at a.m. and divine serviCL- will' S p.m. Even- song will be held in St. Mary's church at S n.m. v' The.Maple Leaf. Mission Hand ot Knbx "ciiiirch intend having afternoon in-Lhe school room on Saturday from--'llfrcE to six'-' Tlonic-madc candy nhd'copkingj a's Veil as other usclni "fic: The parents and arc..asked this'date free. :'-.A', good'meetjng .was held last niRh'fr at; Wcsicj- be connected ith' the Co. iiclhb'ridgc- Till! Canadian Order-, of -Chosen Friends are giving their lasl dance. of -the season on Thursday, in the K. ol hall. The ufficcvs intenil making this the most enjo'yanle at-. fair of the scries, invitations whicli have jjcen issued this A-number-ot local young men tertaincd at dance, in the. K. q[ P. lull last evening. F.icellcul music was -provided- by three pieces oi Gaskell's orchesl.ra, a'rid dancing was enjoyed 'by otic hun- dred, and fifty guests: delectable menu was'served at- L 1 ihc m ilnight hour, after which ng continued until the wee '-small lours. Lciiguc. The sef- the'- lovm ot "Mother's and'appropriate papers, weLC 'ffad'-by K. Miss r7njnyablc .snlpji were rendered Missf W-. R. WoprtR. ...The been elected for .Uyj Uadibs' Mil society oi Kirfit Baptist church U. Leader. ,Qland. ;f nburgo. '.Tliejspcifty, meet toinorrovr ni- i'teinoon, and all5-trie members are urged'-to ;ljc.present.' Prot.lieon class-'at a well at- tcndyi'nicelins elected the [ollov.'ius cfficors for the ensuing year': D--E. Bratidow. Cook.; Agar. Miss' A. Dowsctt. Look" Out Cram- HON. WHITE DENIES THE RUMORS Toronto, Minister ot Finance, _Hon. White, who IB in the city today, was aaked to slftte whether "there :was nny'. fouiiduMoii for the press, rumor tha-t sweeping tariff chahfea were about to be made by order-In-cbuncil Iii thp duties up- on lumber, cement, agricultural ini: sugar, exploiives, fence.'wlre, cotton, coal, coal oil, boots and shoes.and other articles in g erml use.' "There is no foundation whatever for such a was hie ply. "In fact'the.matter has not rn way coiiBideration by the' government." THIRTEEN JEN WERE KILLED Ironwood, ,Mcy iQuVwere killed a .cave-In ,ai the ,Korricr.mino 11.30 o'clock .last ulght. While- forking In the, pit the nilrie, the grpiiTid'.atarted to criini- lile Upon tli.em.; RiiehlnE into another believed would be jSafe, the men buried alive, The John' Zenibo, Frank Kangaa, Chnrles'Wel- .tBCob Amienon; yincent.'ZaqibrowitK, Bert-. Jacliis, Tpm Riiajph, G.e.o. .frrews'-_ worked all uigjitjfn at'tlie nveii, but, at nine p'cjock thi-j mdrplng of find- ing -any--all re ware abandoned, with the finding bf-two'dead bodies. ir( which the men lost thglr Jives Jiad.Jiiat been. rfrtimbered. Orje ot .the. racks loose, .and gave wayV relpaijiif an avalftnch .of earth and ore. Mr. Business Man: You INSURE your house Yoii INSURE your personal effect! You INSURE your crops In fact, the modern business man insures everything but that wmch .is most precious to the health ipr himself cind family EVCJT 'diiv.pi'i.yourlil'o you drink wateivtliat iiupure; suid yet you tak'p'uo-st'eps.tiiH-ejiiedy'; it. A Brownlow Filter AViih. .a s'opuiat.e. ice. thftinber vyiU i coiislnnt supply of 'clear, in the house, at a cost; of tliis; is (riflii a Lrcincncloas1 leading medical prolessipii to fcbtuiilly-oi-craqve -all', trace, of. tliseasc. germs Troni rio jniittci1" in. Xvhnt state. :it .enters the -'filter.''. Hudson's Jay Beiuctloiis en til Trlirineil Wwlnosclay, We WIN a Special Dficount of 20% off all other trjmmeij' hats; nil goods, J "Having ;Lahen over, 'Alias Chapman's HaJrxwtirk-L-ani pared to; take. orders; Cor switches, trjinafpnriations, MISS CAMERON HILL Floral Discr: TJic 'society [lecicled to discontinue lip 'sewing nipctings lor ihe summr.y. Tlip'''ij-lass: n-milrt like to take this op- f inviting all young lull- ies 'Interested in.'Wesley church attend their cl.i.c.v- to Miss Dorothy Brooks, of Reljer rand-rtauglitci' of Major 1- hclf, !lL-thc Nursing Mis- wards, president of the Army vand sioK afiernDon, was .en- avj- Veterans' AsTOCiaLioD, OI1C aml wis by ceiyed a personal photograph of J-l. 1.IT. i.he Duchess or Cc-nnaught, iompanicil by .a letter, as souvenir. if; the presentation of flowers to Her Royal When he-Duchess was visiting in Montreal n December. -V A London despatch says: The ins r- iagc of Eric the' 'Lon-j on manager of the Dominion Albcnc Irene ITcmlry, ot LT, was solemnized very lp-J iy at the Church of Scotland., Park ;.t' ng. Dr. Archibald I.'lcming officiav I v Jliss Elizabeth Thackery, of lerlin, Onl., acted as bridesmaid, and Stephen .1. Jones Mcllri'rtc, rjToonis- lan. AI Hit. Montreal Horse Show Her oyal Highness the Duchess of Cpn- aughl wore on the opening nighb-'a rown satin dress veiled in embroid- rert cream lacr. yoke, black bat ith shaded gold an-l brown IciUicrs, nd iliimond ornamenLs. Ttif Prin- ess- Patricia vorc whitr. satin ve'ilrri n rose embroidered chiffon, white hat- iced with black and wblte lilies and eail ornaments. MIBS I'clly wore llltc saliu and lace .'vcileil in black nd and Mack hat. Miss AOam as In blue, dc ciel satin willLSpiu- ih laic, and black ami while hit. rs. Adam Urck wore, .inple green id lilnck .hat with sluidcil. gold fca- icrs. Mm. V- Ikmlric wore violet j onr. new member being added io the roll- V The resignation of Mrs. 0, Kob- ihsonr the capable-nnd energetic prr- Bident of the soricty, was .received Ilin greatest The sncir-ly liasj.groM-n and extended its work very since its orgnnization, the. success a( the society, has been due in'iio small measure to Mrs. Hob- lipartlrll interest and un- swerving' energy in all the workings of 'the organization. .The, secretary Syas to vrcitc MCR. Kohin- and convey HIP. society's sorrow at losing lu-r.aiid also) their apprcci- ation and gratitude, for her past ser- vices. Jlrs. I.- M. .lobnalone wns defied presidcnl, Mrs. A. SmilUard secretary, and Mrs. 'X. A. lluchanan a" mcmlicr of the executive, Mrs. 0. .1- font I ire and Mrs. H. 'Silver lor SmtaJ When purchuinf lilvtr you ture of depend- V Ability and beauty if it ii MEXICAN REBELS FEEL CONFIDENT El'Paso, -Tex., .May erlo; commander troops, wlUrhcftdquarlcr-j al Ganejog, recency, abiindonatMw the rebels, to- day of-dered nn advance on the-main body pMhe Ororco army, gutiiercd at ElscRlon and Rellano, These points arc'about foiiT, hiindred inllefl south of the American border, on Uie Mexi- can Central.railway. Advlcca .from Huerta's camp were to .the .effect. Iliat (he.Federal forces would preaH fonya-pd'to follow, up the decisive advantage gained in -th-a itiiig Mpii'dity nntl thHt the battle ;expected early, tomor- row. TlH1' robols 'have nearly forty-- eight hours In-which lo rc'tover solvcs'.frpin -Mic, admlnisiered by'Huertii'B command through the luperiority of hlf-artillery, and lasl, reporta from iriaHrrecto heftdquarLers wera that was confident of holding Lho position now occupied by men In (.he hJljs of Rellnno, UmVERSjTYRESULTS The. rviiille of the final ?xamiiiii- tloni of IliB University pf Alberth were In delnil tills nfter- nooii. The prize and honor lists be iinnountfed toniorrow. Lelhhrldge atuilonlg whose mimca appear pubUilietl-i-emilLs PhilOBOphj-, III., Clays- III., Miss, CROWD EXPECTED BRiEJlSMAY May J. Bruce manager :and. director of the White EJtni; Jlne. would vha -pre- hall and gaHeries were'well today when trade imp Lhe '-dlEastftr re- sumed 'Its sesalohrVpaptaln Sfanley L'ord, oE California, -which wasMn the vicinity when" the-Tltt'nlc the first witness, to Sir Rnfua general, ln: dicated that there "would-be "material dJfTerence between anil his In regard fn the steahier seen from deck of tlio.California durlhg.-tho IgliL of the (Janl. Lord anltl he ihe Bte'umer was not trio. but a steamer Of about, the Call- r.ornla'n. Lord'7said he hftdTnot beeii .told .deck llghiri on the veesehhad disappeared.- Second oHI-, cer: or he; aaid; reported n (lie morning thnt a veasn] Who-3e slopped during' Uie" liad been seen had had' BtarLed again at.-abgiiL, o'clock? unrt "went-lb -ihc south .eaat, light being icen fiV .2 of t'ne court during''tiie THOHMURi Calgary, May After of several iveekH1; Bur its, of iOSC'Eighlh Burns was respected well-known'1 anH; ot Horn in :p8hawfl, Ontario, farmer! there' for a number >.bt In 1887. lie" Jeft where lie farmed uuLU ii'lue yeari when lie CM ni e io.Calge'rJT-'Tii lie brother. P. engag'jd. .i'u-; bUBtnew" can always befdepeiided_ -upoiL.tq bread-: your grocer -for; a- 5cp pkckige, 'coia'. gslx cakes, or send aam- White .Sm-an Ple. Limited, Qntarlo. Geology, Clflfli HI., MlsH Hyssop. TrlKpnometry.1 Clnaa II., cad-en. Jlcchnnicnl Drnwlnfj, Caacnden. PYencli IV., ClRHs III., Froeliau'il Drawing and ClasB H., Hryaon (iHacftilen. KiiffUflh Cltis Ilryaon CMcndtn. (lernian, III., '1'lic njiino of Kenny, a fonn-, c.v pupil ol' (he LellibrldKo .nchooln, nl- flgnr-es itrnnihicnily In ihe course, accoml year sclcnco, Appreciation of filuelfebboii Products Ts Uie direct result of their delicacy of .Mayor, and dcpRndHbUltv, She knows Blue Ribbon producfs. are sure to- give lion! 'Ask' your grocer about Uliic Ribbon 'ciiaranLce. ;