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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Trlday, May Page 13 6th SfeSouth Q. Opp. Heraild Office POPE PIUS STRONG MAN STILL STATES ARCHBISHOP BONZANO New Papal Delegate of-Popr SATURDAY'S SPECIAL Screen Windows Don't Forget Our Refrigera tor Bargain fODAY 5 for Our Refrigera- tor Bargain i HORRORSM FORCIBLE FEEDING AS RELATED BY TORONTO LADY MISS HAS .HER. -SELF .6UFF.EJIED-'.. HOLLO- WAY 'FOR SUFFRAGE "CAUSE --U "PHOCESS-iPATlENT STRU'GGLES JAKES .FROM. THREE jo six WARD- RES'SES TO' HOLD HERF-WHILE IS "FORCED THROUGH 1 May just rcleaSed-froai Hollo way Jail .tell -maay n hrirTOV'ing tttle oE -tortures and. in- dignities suffered there while, serving sentences. Their stories would "Econi lp be put by this, the first pliotogriipli over ifiken of a anffrn1 on a hunger strike in prison. Small wonder wasJt tlmt one glance 'nt tlie picture sent shudders tbrough .AHsa' Elsie ;Ma.ckenjie, HOW oC Ibis city, but; whp lias most' unpleasant memories of horrible days spent be- hind the very avails aeon In the phot- ograph. "It Is a most terrible experience." eaya "Bhe. rt special torture rc- 'Bervod for Buti'raEettea. .No other i prisoners "endure It.- process ia too palnliii a pie "for "the oVriiimry thinic. of" y'our principles .good., and hard' to und-arso Proceic One of. Agony i-.Misp, Mackenzie, explained, "when an Ira prisoned -BUffragette 'EPea on a .'hunger the. prison offi- cials try a feeding, oup. this be un- BUCceaHfuI.the tube is' called up- on. A Jail doctor, sometimes ;a raw amateur, accompanied by to six huiky wardreBBea, como to the pa- tient's cell. Each morning and even- ing- th-ey spend an honr or more In- jecting ;i pint and half .of milk down (Jie throat of a violently, resisting iyo. man. The siiftragette summons every effort to prevent her captors from in- serting tho tube into her. nose. They hold hands, her feet, her body, down In the chair.. "Then conies the doctor, with the tube, which .partakers o[ declare is sometimes unclean. The struggling man knows resistance is useless, hut It is part of her religion to It up as long aa possible. When the and all other kinds of Seed FOR SALE Alfalfa Seed, per pound Barley per-100 per bushel Northern Wheat, per bushel Extra Oats, per lOOIb.': 23c. SI .90 Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Lethbridge, is finally causes a violent buz: ing In' tho ears, is nmddenin to the pahen't. 'Leaves-Throat Very Weak "Sometimes alie manages to set th tube.In her throat. Into her.-mpnth an :posaibiy bite'it., That means is, out and ouce...nio'r throughput that'..'.eye: .the, hardened prison wardresses stan- with tears in their, eyes .at. the fipeiv which they often, .unwilingly assisl As may bo believed... the. leaves the. delicate .mombraueg ani_ air pasnges in.a, very bad..cpndltlor Swellings and laryngitis.. .follow, an-sl for months afterwards th- throat.and nose suffer. thq atomach yump method 6 feeding does throat trouble.'.develop It la the more dreaded the last_resort." r Blames Asquith In explaining th-a the forcible feeding, AJiss Mackenzie re fresh cauae for hatred suffragettes bear Mr. Asquith. Ar; ecTding to an act of 1902, no one in-an Institution could be-fed-against will unless a magistrate and two out side doctors were called in to testify that the objector was Insane. ?Thtm the removed to'an In when the suflra. geltes were refusing food in their prisons, Asqultli solved blcni. -With the asslBlancc of his Cab inot he ruehed :i bill Ibrough Parlia- menU by which the -forcible fe-ading'of suffrogettta was mhdo nosaible by calling It treatment." ROAST CHINESE TO DEATH. THEN THINK OF. DIVINE May is brought th-j ateanicr Snnukl of rioting Chincso'at Lhasa, the cripltn! of Thlbot, during which many Chin- ese were roasted alive after .au. at- tack on the Chinese (juartfers in which ninny on botU aides were killed aivj. wounded. The affair followed ,1 slaloment by j a Thibetan Lama that Chinese were destined for divine punlehniont., A. fight ensued ami the Lama fled to' the Helfi Monastery, which' wag fired. The Chinese quarters atlacked by angry ThlbeLany jind liiany were roasted alive. DEAD UNDER BRIDGE Uoj's found Hie body of' I'jitrlck O'Kecfe, aged 1ft. un'der n railway 'jRo near St. Thomas. ITo had fal- len tu bis death. GETS BETTER JOB II. Woods, boyB1 secretary of Ctr.iLford V. M. C. A., will beconio eral sccrcUtfy (U, Brockvlllc, WIFE PROMPTED AHCHBISHOP GIOVANNI BONZAN o'-. New York, May. the actual ceremonies of welcom-e to Archbishop Giovanni Hohzano, Papnl Ablegate, did not begin until tbe Kocnig" Albert, "of the North Gorman 'Lloyd on board .of which he haJ COUIG from. docked at Hobok- en, hs at'Quarantine'in the name c-Z Cardinal Farley by Mgr. bishop of Brook- lyn, who showed to him the princlpiil points of interest about the harbor 'as the steamship' made her way to her pier, Archblshoii 'Bonzanb, who speaks English trice of' foreign act-ant; pronpuncetl New York liarbc.T tlie nic-Jt beautiful lie had ever Been. was especially, impressed by" the sky ilne.of'the loivcr city. "It1 he said, "hut. J have come pranjircd to be amazed by everything in Anicrica. I waht to learn all I can about America as fast as I can. .'Cardinal. Falconlo, who Is im this country, and moat enthusIa-jLIc-j about It, lold me the. country, would captivate me, acd told mo besides of many mattery which tacraisad the Interest I already had the country." Bringing the Papal blessing [or the American people, and the news that the Pone Is enjoying fairly good health, Archbiehop1 Giovanni tho new Payal Delegate to th-e-United States; has'just thi-j' coun- try.' An'imnresBlve welcome was ex- tended'him by hundreds of ecclesias- tics 'and distinguished laymen In New York'., ,--ii ArchbisubiJ'EQnzaiipia1 tlie'youngest of hlu'Tinlc'In'tllc Catholic church'. He told reporters this'is hi's' to this country.'-'He expressed catiou on arriving. GENERAL BANK.MANAGER'S WILL ''Montreal; are'somo unusual provlalone. In the will of Llic lnt-3 Thomas 'FyBche, late general Jiifinnger of Bqnh of Canada The esiate is valued at dieiioBing of tha estate family, the wllJ eavs: "I.order a'ri'd direct'tlmt nb mem- be' free to liiarry without'-' tbe consent "of Hhe others, includinEJ'my-mother-in-law, on pain 'of forfeiting all rights (6 any part of "my estate." GOVERNMENT .VETS ti OUT ON STRIKE neglna, May of small pay and unaatlsfactovy '.worldiig con- pfirticulqrly' fit the" portE or ithev.yots erinary .surgeons employed by pominion Goveriimeiit jn Isff! u-ork some 'time .ago. -.Spjnii of tliemfi haVe..since ret.unie.d, the othere will .probably be bock .shortly, as Hon.'Martin niirrclj has promised to look Ih'io tbe case. Tha temporary Lie-up causes at GO TO MEETING! Sir Wilfrid Laurier never loses an opportunity of impressing upon the public llic nirl which from good wife. H will lit; ruini'mucreri that lie is on record as having staled that af- Ur Hit; defeat o1 September last w hi; came back to Ottawa' lie Imil prac- tically made his mind to -retire, lint that NIC lirsl words of -Lady Uiurier WCPJ "You will, of course, slay ivith tlie arid slay he ilid. Anoilier iiislaiice.'of his delight ii Jetting' Hie people 'know how Lady J-.auricr helps 'him was given' at Hull Isst niglil. .Sir Wilfrid's appearance on the platform ws.s unexpected. It had uol Ijccn'it been hun- dreds nf.Otlfiwa; people would have crosscdy Iliririver''to Mie'ilr liiii'-speak, it wavtlierc were quite a few OLiawans present. .Sir of. how lie- came 'to "he tlicrc u'ns'clmiacleristic of l-ho man. v "I have just go.t hack from the south, as'you probably, said lie, "and I have not, been. In Umcli Canadian politics VL. some tonight nt dinner my wife who is ii good Ibe cause called my attention. to a para- graph in HID 'Krco stating thai my friend- Lonier. Gouin -was l.o speak in Hull this and she told me that t should go to Uic sia lion and meet- him .and-lake part in Inspecting. I-ahvay.s, dp. aq tells me I am here and I am delight- ed that she told. iiTp of, my duty, be- cause there is no man. :wliom I am more glad to honor than: Sir Loinfir Gouin who lias given the province of- (Jucbcc' the best government it has ever'had SARAH.BERNHARDT GIVEN-AN "OVATION a grand mat- inee for the bnurlit of Titanic Buflcr- crs at .Coveut Garden.yesterday, after- 110011 which .was attended by' King George and Queen jUarjv'Mriie. Sarah Bcrnhardt was greeted traordinary outburst of cheering! The applaiiao .was due to her.- wonderful art anxl also to the In order the HUfTerera Paris during at .two. o'clock in, an jiulomobilc. Sho slept the.- can all the made .a dash, for London, whore' sho arrived o" time. At conclusion of the performance.she again entered tflc auto in order to bo back In Paris last evening. and; you W. 1. IcKNzie Co Next Bank P. 0. 538, Phone Frank Steam Coal Exclusive Agency 'for 'South- 'ern Alberti. r ...V Becker Yates Office, Lethbrldge, Aibtrta Write orjphone UE for Delivered anywhere In 'South- ern' Alberta Look in Ii you wish to win. Sec us for simps in Farm Lands TheLC. Ladtke Land Co. MONEY T01LOAN Farm Laridl Spscljlty; Insurance, Brolcin BOW ALStpTA A LIFE ANNUJTV A life QiiiJiilly tils been granted by 1lie UiilLud Empire Bank to tile widow- ot'.tbe Mate .J. -P. C.. Phillips, of 'the ...Belleville, jranch, who .died BUS- alned {it the office during the sxc'tfr ro J.L TT t. Jl i, the Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE MANN Is a City of Certainties Tlic thing-.'that stands oul; about Port 3fnnn .is its alJioluto cqjf.unty of fntinc fortunes in Now York, Vancouvci. wcie taking a ganiblei's chaiice. Jilcn wlio invest; in'Port 'Jilnnii take no cliance, You can forecast-; wi.tli 'certain'ty tlic "future ol I'oitMann AViHi its hcsb-water .of a g'j-out ti-anscontinental .railway, and (lie woallh of Canada, backpf it, it will soon bocoinc the Wcstein Canada Poit Hann is, greatest city of oppoi-tunity along all. trade and imluuliy on ibe Amciican con- tinent today. Don't Miss Your Opportunity IJuy today. See our agents onet1, and vcincmbor we Own 01 contiol the mayor por- (ion of the original townsite dC Port Mann. FREEMAN-MACLEOD, Dominion Blk. 0 Lethbridgc O. J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pacific Properties, Limited, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B.C. ;