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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 7 I HIE DAILY HEUALT) Friday, May 17, 1012 The Bigness Of Little Things to buy a one-carat you can buy a ton of It takes: about coal for about The "Progress Brand" Trademark is about.the smallest part of a Suit or Over- but, like the diamond its value does not depend on bulk, but on quality. When you see the "Progress Brand" trademark, you have found fit, quality, value, satisfaction because it goes only'ill those garments sold with the makers' guarantee. Ask to see the new spring styles. I09 Hada and guaranteed by, H. Vlneberg Co. Limited, Montreal. Sold with a gtiannttt by McGuire, Lethbridge, WHITE URGES THE MINERS rK> ACCEPT -Wilkcsharrc, May .10. John White, National President of the TJnitgd Mine V.'orkcrs ol America, held, the attention of llic anthracite miners- in convention here today for two hours, while he urged them to accept Hie agreement arranged by tiie miners ami operators sub-com- mittee. Mr. White told the men the agreement was (.lie hc.st they could obtain, and that it he hail Itail OOt) hard coiii miners behind him in- stead of only- he possibly could have wriingjnore from Ihe cm- ploy-crs. The proposed, agreement, lie declared, contained inorc' than tho men. have gained in Llic last ten years nd it presented substantial progress j system would have in the movement of the men for bet- ter .wages and conditions. OFFERS TO BUILD BIG SEWAGE WORKS WANTS A DIVORCE George Ingleby, ot Oakvllle. is'icclt ing a divorce. Ills wife la in New York. Construction Company Would Finance work and Accept Winnipeg's Bonds Winnipeg, .May Collin president, n.u-d D. C. oE construction of the Great, Northern 'Construction Co., ot New "York City, :t firm which they clnlm has'carried out sewage works of the first mag- nitude and in other big Ameri: can centres, are here for tho- purpose of, laying a proposition before ,the City Council.for .of a complete new high ..pressure system. They-: claim that-they can complete ;thiii..work in tlie next six months by putting on an army of twenly-flve thousand laborers whom they could tpTreg from Europe nec- essary and. who would bo controlled' in .camps of military, pattern. The pressure or-17 pounds for. cubic inch and. would solve for all time.Winnipeg's sewage express" Liiemselves y-J willing-, to finance, the work which would run into many iHiillions with city.-aix per cent; bousU at nbles nfiei- ten years. LLOYD GEORGE IN DRAMATIC ROLE APPEALS TO HISTORY TO FIE- VEAL UNHOLY FOUNDATION OF ARISTOCRATIC HOUSES London, May Welsh Dis- establishment Bill paaHcd Ilu, sccund reading In [ho House or Commons, by n voto of 1118 to During the course of Ilia dcbato. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Lloyd George effectively used the elmrgc Uwl. the.noble families, representatives were the most siren-, UOUH opponents of Die bill, on Uio ground llmt ll pillaged the ISslabllBh- ed Church. obUilnod their vaat wealth by spoliation of tlie Chiirch in the I line of Die Reformation. A stormy scone followed his reference] to u pol- iticiil leaflet, In which, lie ualtl, the Duke oC Devonshire cliavged Uieui with "robbery of God." "Doesn't lie queried the Chancellor, "that tbe very founda- tions of his fortunes were luld deep, in gucrilcgc and built en desecrated shrines ami jjilhiyed Among those volcea raised in angry protest. Lord Hugh Cecil's was the most conspicuous, to wjiich Lloyd George retorted: "These we are robbing the church ought hot lo he brought by those whose Inmlly Lreo io luden with the fruits of sacri- lege at. Ihe. Reformation. Their an- cestors robbed the Catholic church) Ihe monasteries, the altars, the- alms- houses; they robbed the poor; they, obbed the dead. Then when we try to recover some part of ibe pillaged for (he poor, their descend- ants accuse us of (heft, they whose hands are dripping with tlie fat cf. v CAPTURED SHIP WITH CONTRABAND OF WAR BAND DANCE AT BOW ISLAND Koine, May Italian de- stroyers Ncmho and Aquilon today captured n vessel laden with arms unit n nil-ion, in.' the.; vicinity ol Porto Kocorc on the Turkish Island of Lipso .Smyrna coast. Ad- miral-Vile in 'his official report of 1hc" occurrence 'telegraphed, lo ;Uio I ministrr of marine; says the garrison t ,v und; civil Authorities of Liuso -were''ber jf <13B" taken prisoners by the crew of thi destroyer Nembo. NEW SUPERINTENDENT '-'APPOINTE Sydney, N. S., May H.'Plura mer announced that C. S. Ma- tin: appointed, suiierlntent ent of the steal company, in place o C. McMillan resigned. -.Martin i an old countryman., vhUi n. varied an- excellent experience. i English Smokers Got This Cigarette Case Similar Gift Is Now Offered You You of Canada who'smoke "Black. Cat" Cigarettes know from experience that here is.a Virginia cigarette without equal. And because you realize you are..loyal to the you thev same gift as we did your English cousins. At a of many thousands of dollars, we selected a beautiful cigarette case as thus gift exquisite souvenir'of the Coronation of their majesties. King George and Queen Mary. This case carries the portraits of our gracious rulers emblazoned in colours, and inset. Its sentiment really puts it beyond price. Our gift is to our Io3yal men who appreciate the worth of a product of "British industry and British capital. The "Black Cat" is forever a stranger to foreign enterprise. The name of the makers .alone is. sufficient guarantee of this .fact. "Carreras" has a century old reputation for integrity. It stands for the best in tobacco the world over. WAS HUGE SUCCESS SPEND VICTORIA DAY AT THE HAT How IfllRiid, May G. Jamie- son loft on Saturday for Vancouver, where he will spend u few weeks. Messrs.. Armstrong. V. Smith Peg- low, and 13. L. have opened bachelor quarters in the cottage late- ly occupier! by C. Handn. .Air, II. A. Peglow left for Modi- clue JInt on Tueniiay to undergo an operation appendicitis. Mr. Mitchell, Br., who was injur- ed lual week in a nuuuvay, IB at. pve- flcnt doing as well as can be expect- ed. Mr, Ern Uuguln, one of Hie popular citizens of the town, elole :i inarch.on his friends, and was qulel- Iy married 'on, Tuesday evening, lo Mlas Alamedii Falrbalrn, also of Bow Island. We Join with Ihe citizens! in wishing the happy couple a long I life and a happy one. i The hand dande, held on Friday: night last was one of Ihe best in the history of. How Island. The music was .excellent, and the attendance large. It IB to hoped ihat Ihe baud will favor ua again soon, In a like manner. Preparations are being mode for Ihe baseball.loam and Ihe band to-go lo Medicine Hat on Victoria Day. A full announcement will be made later, when'arrangements are completed. The first ball'game of the senson I'll] he played here on Friday, at .00 p.m.. WtilU'a VB. How Island. Af- ter tho game, the ball club will give n dance. In the 1. O. 0. hall. The foundation for E. C .Ludtke's new office building on Main street lias..been completed, and the frame work will shortly be.started. ;B Cotton and Hopkins, and families, left on Saturday for England, where they will.spend the summer. D. Needham; of ihe Taber Hotel, Taher, was in town on Monday, ar- ranging for tbe putting in ot his farm ensi of here. .Hear: some: of our- merchants that business is quiet ;p few farmers in Lei them remem- 'nrmer is noL busy at this season, the merchant will be idle in the fall. TO DEVELOP JIffiCOUNTRY POWER COMPANY WILL DEVELOP M ETA LINE 'FALLS ON REND O'RJELLE Spokane, Ih- tcnuLioniil Power and Manufacturing1 company will begin construction this summer on a plant on the Pond' Orcillc river, in the uorlluvEslcrn' part ol Washing tun, ilesigncil Lo jp" horsepower, according Avilh M. H. Cfprry, Mont., I'clircscnls, Two huudrcfl and sixty thousand barrels nl cement he used in the construction of (lie ilam, which will lood Box L'anyon '..ahu.vc Mctaliue Falls, and back thu water up. 18 iiiles, making Ihe Canyon navigable Jie year around. It is expected the Icvclopuwnt of this power will im- mediately causr the railroads lo nm ulo the rlislricl hctwccn Mctaline ralls.and ihn International Mr. Yc-arslcy said Ihe freight charp- !s incidnnlai lo the handling of the cement required lo the dam arc iufficient ,lo aosiirc the building of railroads. .1 Seven ihnusaiul acrn.s of laud in1 'ond Orcillc anj Stevens counties rill he usril in tho maiiufacLurc of: inic hydrates, niUic acid and other j rotiucls. yoil food Ipr Lhc niirich- r.ent of Hie.1 lauds of the entire west he made from' the natural ele- icnts conlaiiicd in (he rocks and :iml Koil" ol noiUicnslcrn Our Toggery Department is full of cool wearables for these hot days. Everyman who is introduced to our sort of Haberdash- ery always keeps up the friendship. Cool Straw Hats in All the New and Correct Shapes Boater Straws, to Snap Brun Straws, Panama Hats, s 50 to Cool Negligee Shirts with lounge col- lars to match, soft roll cuffs; Prices to Negligee Shirts with reversable col- Silk Shir bs-iyith: collar; collar attached, _ in plain white, tan arici Prices to Gobi Underwearj-in balbriggan, plain colors; Pr. 45c to 75c piece; 75c to SillcanH tSyo piece; Price Combinations, in 'cotton; Price llight WophCprhbinations; Price to Underwear; Pr. 75c. B. O. D. Comb.; Pr. Lounge Collars, all colors; Price 25c Lounge Collars, Ties to Price 50c" Special Values in Men's Spring and Summer two and three piece Suits; Price Fit Reform Suits, hand-tailored; Prices We will tie up our personal guarantee with any suit you buy. McKELVIE THE 2 Men's Outfitters McGUIRE .When "Blick Cll" Cifirettei, picnic ice ttmt sealing bind nronnd neh picket is unhrokea. la every packet you will find oue CoronHtion Cigarette Cue Coupon. theie, when you hive flccuiculjled 50, mail them to the iddren below. else will rench you by return post. Addreec: CAMERAS ft MARCIANUS OF CANADA, LlotilcJ St. Lawroice NMtnil, or 10 Gents MM' The Canadian Pacific Railway Co. as a large crew of engineers at work wrvpyinu; a line from Trail, li. C., o at the point where the 'ond Orrillc river crosses the bound- ry, and ii is ropocleil Iliad the com- pany jilims connect the Idaho iv Washington Northern road atMet-a- line Falls. On account, of having llic force in tlm'field, it, appears as If this will be the lirsl to .tap the over the proposition, three -years' SUNDAY time lo complete, the harnessing the power. HAD CHERISHED LETTER FROM R, L, STEVENSON Londo.n, May of Robert Louis Stevenson will be interested In a statement of Kdinund Gosac, who writes lo (.tie-Globe concerning a of autobiography by Stev- enson still unpublished. H.was wrltt.cn in California at, (he load close ot 1870 and was composed, auys rich! Mr. Oossc. with extra care in Stcven- irrritorv. It. i.s nlRO known that Urn frcsliest ftnd nilMl manner. He adds: (Jroal Northern Railway company n fl planning a line across from North- vmmfi man of Rnil port lo Ihe I'ond Orcille river. flnd literary ciiIHvaLIoii, Uy iis rccrnt action in extending WQg onc ot those who went down In llic time- rlulit of the International J Tlianlc. Jinny of hla treasures 1'owrr .and DcVolopincnt. company lo were with him and 1 fear Ihat Ihe Ihe witters of llic Pond prcille, nvrr Hip I.'nitcd .Stales; scnnlc has assured Ihe carrying mil of llic plans of Mr. 'icnrslRy nml ins ussocinirs. '1'he first right was granted to Mio Pond Oinillc company of K. A. Ton cure, David T. Ham and W. S. Yearsley of -Spu- liaTir 'Hiis'riBU cxplrprt..in Slevenson them." manuscript was among SOLVE HOUSING PROBLEM TRAIN.; ON GOVERNMENT LINE Cocliranf Gay'i PeopU Will Glv, Him tl'.'e Very Dickeni About It St. Jlay Frank Cochrane, minister o( railways, before leaving for Monclon and Xovs'Scotia, to continue an Inspection of tno Inter- colonial nailvrny, waa naketl if It was the Intention In put on a Sunday train en the Intercolonial lie said: "Yei; on the main-Hue be tweon Halifax and .Montreal." lie added: "I enppoae some of the people down here will be giving me the very illckcns nbont-It, but I don't see anything for it, but lo put on a Sunday (rain. Tlie passenger traffic s increasing, and I think U is up to Lbe l.C.R. lo provide more Irnlna." lie enliL It hnd not been decided as to a Sunday train (o St. John.. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL The Hamilton Hoard of Trade hous- ing commllLGe hag siigscslcd lhai, city should either build .houses in rent for or a month or gnnr- ivatftfi the bondfl of a company lo do congress liiis-just passed n hill Riving n. A aiib-rommitteo will consult City the new company, which has takta. Solicitor Plncher Creak, and ICddy, the two young men reported nyu in connection with the operations of Co., were today sfdit for trlRl-by. Inspector Uelcher and Alartin, the former on" u charge of alcaling a cnr hay from the AlWrtft Hay Grow trs Ihe latter bii a charge of re- ceiving iho The hay belonged (o Label Co. R OF T. HELPS BATTERY ALONG Last ycflr the Uoard of Trade'set' a precedent by Slim efimil to fifteen -cents prr. man 'for the members of the '2ntU Battery, C.P.A., Lethbrirtge. vho at- tended tlie annual, trnlnlng camp'at Calgary. While the aiirn was not (he action of the Board was appreciated, and ,lt also, ID interest In an of which tho nepule of the cILy kra proud.; t This year the boys of the Mattery will be given the same stipulation In addition to their regular pay, from the militia depart men I. The matter came up Hi laet night's meeting of Llic Board of council, and pass- ed without n dissenting vote. BACHELORS WILL ADOPT BABIES Chicago, Jliiy Three wealthy. bachelors, whose names 'with- held, Iiavc ngreed to adopt hablei in. accord with the plan l at the last session of the Illinois Corigrew' of Mothers, ;