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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, ..May 18, THE LEIHRRIDGE DAILY HERAO) Paw 11 C05T5NOMORE THANTHE NEW DANGER THREATENS BRlfAIN May new danger threatens England according to Sir William Ramsay. Speaking at tho British Science .Guild, he said that Great, Britain's supremacy in the con- trol of nitric Chile and Peru and wfas an absolute necessity for the manufacture of ex plosives, might be cut off, if Great Britain was Involved in a war The government ouflht to he warned that It was IKfng on the edge of a preci pice Unless it did the same as the ether European countries, and made nitrates from Eng land would bftgWithout ammunition a few after war broke out RAILWAY MEN ON STRIKE TODAY u ._'- TRACK PAY the 'atrctftiEaiKiiv' sjstera went ou.t .it noon 'today, for an in wage cen'a to cents per horn Tbej arc all b ick at u-ork pending i ssttleme it of the difficult; but 1m IsU to be pUced. on Ule sasno ooliea ule s The meeting Staperml-enilent Doughty In street of the aYStenfViri not Uii e place Maj or Hitch has issued instructions to Ule Uboreib to hate dwpuXation lit on the Counul TueBdaj ilf ternoon At the regular 'councii ing Suoeriutendent and in charge oftlie contracting outfits on the streets also he uAsont the ttliole raaftoi will tbea be settled Jn tbe. meantime rnierj con -niirjf, and mill] be piMd this evening at o clouk jWith tHe real o rfthe fontiacting ouufits at work in the 'city Tbe: umpire has calkjfl two atrikas. Will It be a strike muf MAY PROVE SERIOUS CASE Will Young, of Warner, is held at the-. Police awaiting events, which It is possible may.prove serious for him, according: to information Just to band U seems that a fou evenings ago, Toin E-flgard, a we.ll mnii entered.a pool room and walked up to'one of the tables were Young and another were engaged in a eime ot pool While Kdgard talking to (he otliar parti. Young, it is Ins cue bV end 'Hid Cdjard a on the head knocking him uncon scions, to the 'floor; Hklgard is said .ib be in a serious condition, and ,the 'authorities are a- before taking definite action in; the. matter. THE FAITHFULS GET REWARD A OF SASKATCHEWAN PART WORKERS RECEIVE JOBS FROM: FEDERAL GOV. Otta-nn Mu IS ments aie as follous H L my W II Errant, Moose homestead inspectors Ratuwell of Curnn homeatead in spector 4rthiu Gravel Jiurg "i fjmmigiationi Ben Smith, ot Uobain fanner losepli Gatti of Caron f-irmer 1 H Ross, of merchant Charles Gieeno, of Maaenoid firmer and T H Collins, of Stonehenge, farmert all in. tlie province of Saskatchewan to be Commissioners to take and admin ffatei oaths under the act expecting and Aliens' William Tames McConnell of in Sas tC bG-jSSpvCtwT uf ntJifeUlB and measures for the division o2 Sah Katdout Douald E MacGregor of Sas katoon to be doput} collector of In laud clasa B In Saskatoon, Moose Taw siibdhision .An order in council has bt-en pass ed creating the Calgarj Inland otiue aistnct it includes the Provlnfc of Albeita and Saskafccheuan btwn detached fiom the peg and that part of Ontario, west oE Pie Rher will constlttite the Winnipeg distiu-t- A post olitt, has been i published itl Mrkcnldv is sifcviilctl on the north t-ait of 0 16-1'5 I i, line bc- ind f iTtnipidn L laws is PASSED "MUSIC'7 EXAMS Tlie following local piano students In tb'e AlcGill University 'examination's held here recently, have succeeded in pissing the set bj the ers namely Grade III, Jesbii Jack son Grille V, Hortenie Gordon Grade VJ Goidont Marguerite Gordon and Kitnleen Piltc son and .Wynyard Evans ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR 1 That's ,Llic thildicu nil -uheu the} bioall and hoar (heli- mothers tell one -mother about "this splendid H the ti lend of the household bocauac it makes bak IngT easy and It is perfect Trj a money nnd trouble Ellison Miilling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT RAYMOND AND MAGRATH I__________________________ U'licro Omrc is failli, Uiero Is love, Micro tlicrc Is love Hicrc is jicacc, Wlii'io llwic is petiu' tlicic ii Clod, Unto ii God tlicrc is no nctil Mis Kellogg liobti-% of a bmiill luncheon loil.il in eimrtokj to Miss MK auitftiul a M.i) llr i: II rcumcil Ibis morning Iron; an cxtunileil trip allioad Mij Wilson dill not letutn mill Mr Wilson, but will bjianil the iuiiiiner in England. P Li roiuincil last, mglit (rom a Msit m C'algarv ii'd Winnipeg Mrs isaibnmli vis, accom- panied home by Me. Naisiiiith. Mrs. H. Rivers was honor ffKll of an informal little thimble lew, ol Ml? E UrKilloP was hostess yesterday Onlj a few of Mrs Knub1 intimate friends were bidden r Mrs. Alvin was hostess ofa girls' tliimble tea this afternoon in aid of the dime fund of the Ladies Aid of Knox church. 1'wo guessing contests were much enjoyed by. the guests, who numbered I he hostess was assisted by Mrs. Will Hipley anil Miss Campbell. A uniquely enjoyable dance, which took the form o! a "hard time" tj iriien list by M'.ss Dora Hogers, comphmLiitarj tOr her ginbts MISI, Pinhinglon aiid Mlbi of Much amusement Mas afforded In the cobliimeb and decorations, it Inch carried out in ilctail the hard time idea, as did also the supper menu, which was served, al midnight. The fine ball-room floor made danc- ing most delightful Ior the guests, who wero-chaperoned by. Mrs. W. ;K. Seille A few of' those bidden were the Misses -Hatch, Ilawner, Freeman, Mc- Cauilamt, C'onsTieirc Nililock (Meilv- cine Nreale, Cavanah and Mac- beth, nnil.-Messrs. Robertson, Fisher, Lumsdcn, iMoore, Conrad, Scarth, I1 Powei, Keucombe, P V Lewis, Gilns, Harris, Heat1, it! and McClmton IVIIbs McCalisland, the bride-elect, was the raison d'etre of a handker- chief shower yesterday afternoon, 11 Inch claimed Mis k, 1 Shepherd as hostess. Mrs Shepherl wejcoineither guests a modish" cieaUan m hlact and white silk. (Mibi, MrCatisland had donucd a .clniming little model of striped ioile in pink and white tones c A pauitularh delightful feature uas the of the laige u'lich formed an ideal 'sa- lon de 'lea Tile tea tahlc, adoined with pinU and Mhlte peas, most at- tractnc ami Mas. pies_ioed over Mrs II I Goode, daintily gowned in lingerie and laige chapeau and! Air1? Damp Smith wearing a loi eh of shot silk and hat m the same shades. Miss Ixeale, in bill" doweled bilk voile and black picture hat, and Miss Rogers, black ichet lace iichti'and Mvlt hat bottenbcrg dimming, passed the damtj viapds We Showing Some" Dainty Models in Wash- ing Dresses New Models m a host o{ New Mate- rials and New Styles are constantly being added to our stock of Washing Dresses for sununer wear. Very daintyi indeed are some of these creations; ana tlie values are certainly Soft Clinging Marquisette Ileuvih: etnbioideied, lor one thsil a1-............ tlie iiijikM'ial'chosen s a pi ice Plain Blue Linen DC Butcher shade, trimmed ivittt- navy blue of same mater- ial makes a more servicablo dress but the pi ice Is oaly.......... Coarse White Linen With a heavy black one most fashionable materials for present wear, this with black collar and cuffs make a very ffg ffft becoming dieas 4rViivU Dainty White Muslin u iip.il tiimnimg ol S-yviss orulmmlay and inscitioii and piped 1'nlp Blue; conslilnte llic material-used model "tint is priced1' at........................... Child's Middy Dress Tor all 8 to 13 >enrs in plain J'nen cream trimmed blue blue" trimmed white' braid; from 52.00 to Misses' Middy Dresses i Children's Sailor Dresses, j, n t nJaln white L i en and fp.- A3Q. Stiopg Hepp, iuth Sailoi Collars and knot ot navy, palo blue, or reel.. Very smart: .tor pre- -Bin near AH loi ages 14 to 18 years, one price For little ones of to I -vcars, plain rwhite alth Salloi Collar aC led or tiUe, linen anil In- A Jsirt, Mile dress extremely low price at J1.60 and HUDSON'S BAY CO. H.. Conibcar and Jlrs. Tlipmas Taj lor, each lady to take one 111 the oidct 1'iie Union lias under consideration the tuudl Ule ot jpung girlb, come as fcttangcrs to OUL hut no definite ylnns read) tor puh- licatlon js jet The ladRS decided that 'the Insti- tute meetings should bt held in the M C .ludltorium, day Mat jfeth, a hustncw nieetiiiK the inenibcrs attending tbu Institute will he Ivelir either in a vate home or in one.pi the church vei trios. The place will pe announced Our correspondent A ten cnthusmsuc meeting ot tlic ffarnei'ladies was held at IVs. Mo- han's, Thursday to heai Mis Reid and Mrs CriiTord o! belli bridge, spcai, on the aims and pur- pose ot cmc cluh Mi i Fait banks elected to ihe chair lad welcomed tlr At the rr quest of ihe local branch the speakers the gtouth ot the Letli- bruli5e ami enumerated selerai lines ol actnitv that might PROMINENT RAILROAD MAN CluLs and Societies i 'I he ciiib w ill meet with Mis, W A Hamilton on _tcrnopn. Air's U J Gotdon anil Miss lien riisUibulcil fioiNUi, to the ward jiaticnts at the fialt hospital jester- d.u nltcinoon on Ichalf 01 the Flou- (i Guild I HiraoUn League will hold thnr monthh inissionatj nifit- on MomU) nh 0 1) vustm Mill delncr an andicss on Ja pan, anil Mr Vitfotd will sing, "1 il ion me lo j go" All the people of tile (.ongi cgalion Jre tordiallv imucd The i-cgnlai meet ing o! the QT U held usterdai it Ibn homo Ol Mis Thomas Taylor, some fifteen ladies being present. A splendid business meeting -nob conducted hv tho president, Krs. H Combcar, at 'which all the ai- !oi the Institute, tn be held oh Mav and' completed. The literature committee for sup' t'c .it the depot lor tiie> IIH nth nf him1 is (.omposrd of Mrs 'i. S iU.ss Gihson, Mrs STRONGUY ADVISES HIS FRIENDS TO TRY PILUS FOR THE KIDNEYS "I have been a Pullman Conductor on the CPU and "Michigan Ccut -it during the lost-three years. About four yean tgo I WT Incl up i itli intense pains in tbe groin, a Very sore backhand suffered most severely when rtried to urinate. I treated with my family phjscnn for two months ior iu the blatld r bill did not recenc nilj binelit About tint tune I met another milroad man who had becii similarly nfTected and who had bceu cured by taking Gin' Pills, after he taken up, such as W f 4 work, study .of the .laws of the .couu- trv, home and school influences, cleaning nl sheets and alleis, gener al .improvements, po- litical reforms, rest room for farm- ers' Hives, parks, lllttarv work (es- pecialli Canadian historj and pioneer heroism) umti 01 ideals among pal cuts, teachers and pupils with Iho object of del eloping the highest use-j fuMsii of the joung people, eto Al- ter an open discussion it was unam-j inoiibh agreed to hale the 01 ganfzation follow along the-constitu- tional fines of (he Lcthbrldgc Civic' cluu .uni ui.n, 11 ne-hnoun as Tlie J Women's Civic club ol the Finard of Trade of Wamcr It was thought Trst to cooperate with the Hoard 011 dade and ueltoni" tht support o! the men, ihciebi enlisting cien ef- fort towauls accomplishment through methods thai not PLOIC antagon istic in any way Mrs Orth MIB some helpful sugges- tions regarding the work of such a al Eiinston 111 awl Mr1; jllangin read m interesting conunun ication from the president ol Uuc Hague The Warner rlub decided to work on the n-ost urgent needs ol the town fust, and lull concentrate prcsini efforts vvaldt. the. t ot a lest i The following officers iiere elected for the run aindei of the year Presi- dent Mrs Orth, i Mrs s-ec treas Fanbanks huctors, Mrs Sheperd, Mrs I well, Mrs. MacJIillan'and r pon the closing of tlie hiisimss pail of (he mcelinc tin f ladies spent a social hour then tea-cups The mcpting mil be held at Mrs Yates on Ifruhi tlie nth al 3 p m Airs IJeid and Mrs Clifford returned lo Lctlibridge on the evening train. TO ELIMINATE 30 FOOT CLAUSE Udmonton, Mi> one ol his cnminign meetings lie. e, Hpn Vr Cioss told of change iu the Coiniienaation act, the Tott claubo They h-eaid him state OIIPII Ij and that tf the price of lunihei continued to saJ-i, an I TW xv moie meetings oC the natuie rf flie meeting held in Calgary moitha ago, held bj tlie lumboimeu le aUU a further of the lumber hulnsfrj and, If needb be, again prosecute the men eng in a combine, if one foiuiH to He also anounced that >n temled to continue the v orU try'ng to maUe the C P R pa> oj) iJjcfr lands in addition to the ?GO- 000 v.ork in mus ecutinrf the railroad had alieadj is suited m being paid into the of the province. .F loscpli Maitui, LI, Fl late ot the law film of Uunn A- ncv, N S is nou ith J'.icneii, m Ferine INSTITUTE NEW T MASONIC LODGE itli all the pomp of Masonin i eu1- n on> Onaritj Lodge, A P and M nas intituled n North LethbnuVo last night Theie a good j .it- tendance of brethren from sifter lodges in the cits, and the Most suintul the Grand Master o5 Bio Thomas llcNibb, officiated, sisteil bj R W Bto IJani wood and ottlLeiT aiid niembeTa" North Star Ledge Ko 1 and Leth bridge Lodne No The officers of the lodge aie immediate P M A illiiinison, M n n c Thompson s I 'V Gilmore, T W Ilancj Hirl, treas- urer, T C Geiger becteUu, G W Km lor 3 Williams T D, Geo Fames, S James Horne I S W, Aiilton. Chaplain Bro Llvle D ot C Thomas TVardnoi IG Vndrew l.ael-ic 'Ijlei, Rohl raulda Aftei the ceremowes Ihe.bretbTea sat donn to a banquet, and were made the itlng brethren and 'officers eleqff i Imintr been gheu up bra prominent j i i o l.t-i'dl for Diabetes Itc is. now runiiinir on the road and is perfectly c ral He stiongly adtivd me to try Gin Pilh hi-h I the result that the paina left me entirely. I'RANK S. 1DIJ, N. V. 5oc. a box, 6 for K-inipic free. rrijlhlHl Chctnic.ll Co. of Canada, Ur.'.itocl, A 1) Toronto, If yon fiiiCcr u-ilh or need itle 1 iv'n c, ti' c IIAV lOf. LP- 250. a box. 1CS WAS WARNED OF IHE DANGER In (he District Court yesterday al'- terlicon'; .ludge Winter decided In Tav- or of tho respondents, witii costs, fn the case of Richard Armstrong, a niin.- er, of thia city, who sought compensa- j tlon. umlor the Workmen's Conipen- sntion. Act, for injuries received while in the employment of Me- Intyr-3, farmer, ot Hold Hill, near Ca': It appears that. Armstrong, voluntarily proceeding to pick' out a j clr of coal from n mine adjacent to respondent's fvopcrty, not oiviK-i! by j him. suFtaintid a complete paralysis of his ICES through the coal falling upon him. The respondent warnc-d -Armstrong of the unsnfo nature of his position, out he 50c.mctl confident of being uu- liarmed. The choice of house- wives who discrimin- ate in table' delica- cies. For Pies, Cakes Bread, Roses Flour Is an unbeatable unequalled product a baking day triumph. Next time order FIVE ROSES. rivt ROSES MB LAKE. .OF THE WOODS MILLING LIMITED ;