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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 19, IftU THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD Hegina, May appeal of Quong King ami-Quong Hie deeisioti-'bf ;i-he Supreme Counl of Canada'.iu. eonuection with the cm- ploMiuiit ot lulu female labor bj Umiesc resident of Saskatchewan! his been refused the ludicul ol the Pnvi Council This was Hie information containeil. in i cibJr rccencd tochj h> J N I ish barrister ol this city. Mr.'Hsh acted for of the province in v" Coiut of Siski chen an and also in the ap before the Supreme: Court of C math 1 he refusal ot the Prn j CounciKto consider., ..Che. appeal is not an Uisolufc one hotterer accouhng tn the explanation bj "Mr Fish the legal authorities of-'the Domin- i n inurnment join in Uie appeal in ill probability permission to -state he MSB will be London, Mar interesting application concerning the position of .Chinese inhabitants in Canada, was made today before the Privy Council; Quoiig: Wing, a., restaurant keeper of Retina Sask., sought, through frej '.leave to appeal against the conviction Charing .a white .woman, in his employ.contrary" to the statute. Ha mar Greenwood opposed the a plication on hehalf of the Attorhe General lor the province of Safikafch ewan. Lord Chancellor in-refu ing leave, 'said the -Privy Coonc thought the question too. Iraportah to be decided by private .IHigatio ami that the attorney gGr.oral forth Dominion should have the opportup ity of considering it this a pro per caso on which to determine sue issue. GOVERNMENT AUTHOR ES AN- OTHER 'RURAL'. DISTRICT- MAGRATH CANNOT .EXTEND CARRS SUCCESS Former American Association Mana ger Highly With Prospects Charley Carr has paid a visit north from his school at San. Antonio to look after some business. Carr says his' school is going to run all He now lias twenty students enrolled, has aent ten to minor leagues, and fifty sti dents on hand after the season clos es. So far none the students hi shown a desire to desert and'Jo. Mexico to fight, though San. Anton! is almost in the war 7one. Harr Howell is now Carr's right-hand ma: In directing the school, but Otto Wi, 'liamfi, Oscar Stanaga-and Donle Busi are expected to return! as instructor next fall. Do you eat the best corn in the whole world Perhaps you couldn't say off-hand what corn is the and most nutritious. Then let us tdl the peerless Southern White Sweet Com whkh is naed in making CORN RAKES We don't stop at selecting the corn. We take only the hearts of it. These "Sweet hearts" are cooked under very high temperature, then roUed into lakes. Then comes the toasting which gives Uwm their rich brown color. Surtly, when you buy Corn Flakes, you want the is Kellofrs. 10e per package Sold Everywhere May provincial government lias authorized the creation'of a rural'.school dis- trict in the country south-of grath, which means that thp local school board and -.municipal council arc again plunged into their original difficulties, in respect to the financial requirements of the current jear. The territory "which will comprise the new district will include that con- templated in the proposed' extension of the Magrath school district, which step .was taken on the advice of the Hon: W. R. Boyle, minlbter of edu- cation. It seems that ths-government could scarcely do other than grant the people of the south a district in view of the strenuous opposition. of the farmers to-heing included in-.the 'ocal district. This latest development 'increases rather than alleviates the: gravity of the situation, and as the question of: financing the school under; the exist- ing laws starts today, it is more per- plexing than ever. The council meets next Wednesday PAGENET THE' .INTERCEPTED SALUTE A little maiden met me in the lane, And .sjniled a smile so fain, So full of trust and happiness, I could 'not'choose hut bless The child that she should have sue grace into my face. Slie never cotild have known me, bu tho.ught. It was the common joy that "wrought Within the little creature's heart, A3'who should say, "Thou art As I; the heaven is bright above us, And .-there is Ood'to love us; And I am but a little gleeful maid, And thpu art bjg, and old, and staid, But' the blue hills have made three mild. As is a little'Cliild. Wherefore; thai thou may; 0, laugh! O, laugh with A pretty challenge! Then I turned mo round, And. straight the sober truth I found For I :tvas riot.-alone; behind me stood, Beneath his'load'of wood, la' that of right the-smile ler father manifest; blest be God! That1 such an over- .plus Of joy la give-f'o us'; That 'that -sweet innocent Gave''Me the- gift 'she never meant, A gift secure and-permanent! "or howsoe'er the smile had birth, t is an added glory on the earth. E. Brown. Mr. and ilrs. Reynolds of. Glarei ;olm, were. week-end visitors with Ir. and Mrs. .G. A. Wilson, Miss Alberta Washbrook left ibis fternoou for Medicine Hat as a del- gate to the W.G.T.U. elocutionary oh teat. Mrs. J. H. .Caphman, who has been isitmg left foi Cal- ary on the train to meet or who is arriving, from ancoufoijiT-Eiiffionton Journal. r Dr. Kerr, ent as dean of the university of A'l- srta anounced the other day ft yesterday with Dr. MbSac'herh for ew where they will sail for aly andr the continentr-to spend the iturner In travel. Mr.; Hewitt of has een the guest of his daughter, Mrs. j eorge Whelen, left last night for the j ast. He will" visit in Maple Creek nd Winnipeg en Dr. Fletcher having opened dental parlors in that town. Sir. and Mrs. R. H. Birth arc rejoic- ing over the'birth of a daughter yes- terday. The 'ladies' Aid of the First Baplist church 'will meet at three o'clock to- morrow, with Mrs. W. J. Wllllaoia, 1212 Sixth avenue South. A full at- tendance'IB urged. The music and dramatic art section of'the Mathesis club will meet on Friday with Mrs. R. E. Skeith, (112 Twelfth street South, in- stead of Wednesday afternoon. Every member and adherent of Wesley congregation is asked to keep toraorow evening free for -the con- gregational social. Reports from the various societies on the year's work will be read, and a good programme rendered and refreshments served. Clubs and Societies The Nursing Mission meeting, which had -been-auounced for tomor- row afternoon, las' been cancelled. It will be held one -week from tomorrow hstead. Those interested are asked to bear n1 mind that Re-v.-W. S. -Gold, secre- ary of the Alberta Temperance and Uoral Reform will give an ad- Iress In the First Baptist'church oh Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. You are invited. Westminster Guild of Knox church held a good meeting last evening, 'apers on ''What is the Christian were read by Miss Berringer, liss MacDonald, Miss Ina McLeay, .nd Mr. McAlpine. Wesley Epworth league met last, vening. In: the absence of Mr. Gage his splendid paper on "The S'eeds of Young the by Mr. Rose.- A.'very ac- eptable solo-was rendered by Miss Fairbanks The Alexander Oalt Chapter of the mperial Daughters, of the Empire meet on Thursday at 4 o'clock .in le Y.M-.C.A. auditorium. Mr: J.-B. fflkie -will give an address on "So- cjaj Conditions in A large at- endance is urged, and, as it is desir- 3 to Increase the membership, the lembers are asked to come prepared t propose the. names of new mem- ers, if possible. Mrs. W. Mitford and Mrs. A. H. eseth Itift this arterilocn for Medi Of Hat, to attend the W.C.T.U. cou ntion. Mrs. Charles McCIenaglian 11. go lo Medicine Hat tomorrow r the same purpose. Bishop Stringer o[ the Yukon, who spending some time in the Old untry, wiil preach at Westminstei for the first time on June urine the next few weeks Jie is to each in niany of the larger cities igland and Ireland.. Mrs. Elizalieth Robert'McDonald, a radian writer, who has come to re- e. in -Winnipeg, guest of club py a po: of the council's time also, and '.mportant session is anticipated. FIRE IN ILLINOIS Dekalb, 111., May In 'the manure spreader works of..the gteal "acob Hlrsch agricultural jilant' here early tliiB morning, ng and contents to the ground, with a. loss of about There, was no insurance on tbe building or the iontents. NELSON O'SHAUQHNEJSY American .Charge o City, on lie apveoreil on Ula arrival Wanblngtoii. Their Royal Highnesses the Duki and Duchess of Connaugbt have is- sued Invitations to a garden-party to he-given at Craigleigh, Rosedale, To- ronto, from 5 to 7 o'clock on Wednes- day, the of May; and to a child- reh's party, which -will also be given at Cralgleigh, on the 29th of May. Invitations were issued today for the'mafflage on May 28 of Miss Plor- ftnce..Fall. danKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiiilam Fall of Taber, Dr. Cynis 'Fletcher, youngest sori of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fletcher of Jlagrath. This will be one of the most interesting marriages of the year, as pals are.popular figures'in'the social affairs of the south. After1 the wed- ding they will proceed to Cardston, where they will locate permanently, A. very enjoyable evening TVRS spent by those who attended West- minster Epworth league last evening The literary and social department was in charge, and .Miss Simm read a fine paper on tile life of Tennyson, and also recited Revenge." Mr. Bruce recited in splendid style "The Charge of the LIgnt while a solo. by. Mr. Owen, and a quartette by Mr. and Mrs. Annettes, Miss Hall and Mr. Adanis were very pleasing As neit Monday is a public holiday, the league is planning to hold a pic- nic, in conjunction with tho choir and Young -People's Bible class. SIX CANADIAN SAILORS CHARG- ED WITH BREAKING .LAW MAY BE DEPORTED Duluth, Minn., Slav 19. Charged vith violation of the immigration, six sailors of the steamer James J-I. Reed, were arrested early ;oday. The charges -were preferred by, Xiptaiii Brown, "of the steamer" The Jnifed States immigration service icre will take charge of the men and f they are guilty they will be deported. According to the police the men boarded the Reed at Port Arthur, where the boat stopped on its way here. They gave Captain Brown to understand that they were United States citizens, and he gave them po- sitions. Captain Brown later suspected'that were plotting to leave him by surprise., This would be -in ..violation of 'lire Immigration laws and Captain Brown called upon the Duluth police to take the six into custody. Time to Btiy Nevlr Ruga and Linoleums THE XBW FURNISHINGS are here In great variety. With tha coming ot Spring Season there comes the necessity of new- house furnlshingH, "New Rugs for tho "Oil Cloth ind Linoleum for back-rooms, atod "Curtain? that sufficed for the winter will not do Mr and a hundred and one little accessories that will help tnyhten mid replenish: the home. The Hudson's Bay Co. were, a better position to take care ot your wants thau now. You will" find us splendidly ready. A Few Priee Suggestions 35c 50c 60c Heavy Scotch Floor Oil Cloth, yard Imported Printed Lino- leums, sq, yard Heaviest Quality.Print- ed Linoleum Inlaid Linoleums, Per si. yard......... 50 Canadian Beauty Elec- tric Iron "Imperial A" Sewing Machine "Imperial B" Sewing Machine......... Tungsten 32 Watt 40 Watt eo Watt 32c 49c Call In and see our stock. This is the Kind of Baggage To Travel With Every piece of Hudson's Bay Baggage bears the trade mark of the world's best.baggage makers. Trunks tliat will 'hold their own in the, mad rush of their contents as are worth almost any price. Lots of such here, but at prices that won't flatten your pocketboolc. Come Here and Let the OMO Ex- pert Show You the Newest Ideas in Dress Shields Full course dinner served in the Rooms daily, 12 to 2 p. m. A splendid meal at the popular price of 35c. The Tea Rooms! are under new management. Excellent ser- vice. Hudson's Bay Stores A GERMAN GIRL GUIDE A visitor-to Enrlnnd. One of the body of German girl ruldes who re- cently paid a visit to England. -She is dreMed in full service outfit. HORTICULTURE ON THE DOMINION EXPERIMENTAL FARMS Silver Spoons VntTest forks and lerrme pieces, in many exquii- ne designs, ire ituoptd This brand is known M and is made in theheatlMt grade of piste. u arm teed. grad fkctig iiijj' are especially inte inatructne to thoBe who take pri the Appearance of their home round! ngs WAINWRIGHT MAN DISAPPEARS MAY HAVE MET FOUL PLAY May B. Cra'wford, a well-known, here, hag suddenly disappeared, 'and those acquainted Tvlth his .he mystery surrounding his disap- pearance, are inclined to oeHevfe that ie met foul play. If all the young gentlemen who hanf? around poor rooms would go to work, this life would lot easier.for the of us. REPORTS OF MICHIGAN FIRE EXAGGERATED Lansing, Mich., Mey Charles Hoyt, deputy slnte game and forestry warden, declares today that reports of great forest fires sweeping tho, tip- p'er'rontnsulu of Michigan are exag Berated. Several official reporU iave beeri received from districts In tho tiro zones, which do not cor roborate the extent of dumafc esti- mated in ne'ws, stories sent out from -1. thoio districts, At the Central Experimental 'Farm at Ottawa and at each of the branch farms and stations distributed over the Dominion a large amount of in- vestOjatlonal work is carried on iear by year in' the growing of fruits, vege- tables and Ttlie purpose ot this work Is to dli'covr. and develop not only improved varieties and strains of these crops but to find out the moot successful mthoda of culture for the different provinces and the result of lai't season's work has been brought together in a summary by Mr. Slacolln, Dominion Horti culturlst, and -the superintendents ot branch farms, and sUuloim anil IE sued In Bulletin No. 77, coplo- of which are available to all who apply for them to the Publications branch of the Depart' ment of Agriculture at Ottawa. Referring to apples Brandon Manitoba faim tho bulletin that a large numbsr ot hjbrld trees ate dolnj well are stated-to be bearing fruit which maku excellent preaervM and Jilly. At with Insuring Good Digestion mportxnce of Preventing Food Ftr- menUtion in Stamach .Good ilSgostlon usuilly niejini 3o Ion? ai tne itoraiiot work-properly diveuK can flibd no' odsinent in the liutpiii sytt.vco'i liver, kldrieyr and- intestinet-win ;orm their work perfectly and remain in perfect health, but permit thing .to with ymffr dl- of. foffd, .uuaudihc cat.of troubles is set in motion. About only tiling will upset the end interfere with dlreation an ex- cauaed by (ooU Is cess of acid, Food 'Ins to chemical action In the food itaelf. This- fermentation'.causes the to-ma'lon of ftf, or wlad, irall as acid, resulting In unnatural dis- tentlon' of the. atomach and, the'burh- lug by the acid of the delicate lining or'the stomach. Medicine relieve this usually make it se The fermentation and add are to blame: and- these muat lie overcome and prevented by.taking after meals a teaspsonful of blsurated magnesia in a little hot or cold water. Poyntclans recommend blsuratod magnesia efpec- lally because -It and for mentation of food find neutralises the acid instantly, niaJdnr it bland- and harmless, without irritating the ach in any.way.. Mtunted magneaia from jour dnmiat ud try It the next lime your food ftrrotLte and upsett your stomach Note bow Die acid I> and A lllllunl; UJO I. nuu and without lirtgatlon HM carried on .now M0n }0n forget I hat jou witi ornamental tar I ijcL a tjUuf ;