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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRfPCIi! lUILST HERALD Monday, May 20, WHITE LEAD A. large shipment just iccciml. Liupoil- cd dirouG fiom England. Will aland the ten o tine and wsa.tb.pi. Is, the Mud thut jets a second job. Will sell at moilcratci prices. WELLINGTON BROS. 813-lOHi hi. S. Phone 1472 ITINERARY THE AUTQ TRIP PROGRAMME- ARRANGED BY B. of .T. FOR "SEE LETHBRIDGE FIRST1' JAUNT The sjjfdiil cummitU'O appointed at the Friday meeting of (lie iril of Traiio arrange for a "Sc-e hhriilKc First" on Saturday iiml 'mapped out tin? itinerary. The uuUmioUUes will line up sliai'ii at one o'clock between tli-y block and ihe Chinook Clul> on Seventh street South. Leih- brhifu? and district will be visited dur itij; die al'lornoun, aiid no doubt many will return with a much wider con- ception of the ih.iu i hey hail o" leavini. Here is th? proposed route: City mine and power station. Sash and door factory, Li'tlibrtdgc Itrcnving and Malting Co Kiiison Milling Co. Taylor Milliny Co. No. Minn, Ctdliem-i Xo. ii .Mint'. Gait Collieries. Hoytii Collieries' Diamond Coal Co. Collieries. MINERS ELECTED WEIGH MASTER Or Till] BEST fs carried at IJjis -yard. We have a special stilecliou of all kinds, rou and your neighbors are likely lo wain and now 'offer tliem at mir suit your pocket book. Only au inspection can in toda> Farmers' Lumber Co.Ltd Operating in Southern Albtrtal See our big sign "THE LETllBKIDGK LUMBEK 1'ABD" The A .u d licio all the iii.Uciial mulci ei Mr. Farmer! Are you insured asaiast HA1L? If not, write .to or call on The G. E. Plcmnig xis-ency rou know that DELAYS aro The G. Fleming Agency Agents' for the British Em- pire Insurance Company J0516th St. S., Box 152 .Lethbridge, Alta. High Grade FLAX SEED For Sale W. R. Dobbin Sherlock: Block. PASTOR'S WIFE DEAD 1 A B Cohoe mfe of the of First Baptist Church. Halifax is She was Hiss Margaret Bailey of Toronto. DOYLE SLASHES BERNARD SHAW TAKES FAMOUS CYNIC TO TASK FOR LEVITY IN REFERRING TO .TITANIC London Jt Sir Orthui Pona Doyle In.: the Daily News this Jiioru Ing, administers a stinging rebuke to Mi George Bernard Sims foi looseness and about the loss of the Titanic Sn Vithui that In order tq support bib penpise [h-esis that theie Mas no he.oism and that noinen not T! the first chance to escape Air picks out a single boit the smallest of all. and because there were ten men and two women in thii boat, denies there was any chivalrv ilthongh in the boat out_of seventy were women. ihe novelist then lashes the pla> Bright .for his reflection on the brav LIrick Works L. 1-1. Fowler carriage works City Sign M'orlis. Lcihbrirtgo Laundry, Cigar factory Hesides these several other places of interest :is industrial centres, will visited, if time permits 'Secretary Manwaring is also endeav ing to arrange 'another excursicn, I which will visit the Lethbridge whole- sale houses. During tlie trip several of .the small- er mines will .be visited, and Leth- bridge people will then thave some idea of the tremendous quantity of coal which is to mnke this city the Plttsburg ot .the Those wishing-to accompany the ex- cursions, and those who wish to place their automobiles at the disposal of the Board of Trade for the font- hottrt run, :iTC requested to, "ommunicate with the secretary ot the Board ol Trade, phone 101_ COAL INDUSTRY BUSY. AT COLE- STUDENTS VISIT MINE tolonnii MM hi iduiiti I'-s in nulling tlt MiCtill I nivof-m, spent iiui 'I'hnrjidav of tins week in Uok-man in viewing mining' plants hi-rc. The which was'condiictcd bv Vi'of. .1'oi'tcr ;ind UcmunsU'alor.s Mart and Callowuy arc mak- a totir of ihtf mines along, tho I'ass-, mid left veslmlav for Cotbtn, Michel anil l-Yniic. About 30 slud- cnlfi arc compriseil in the company ii is said that work will bo com- menced almost inniHMliatcly on the lowsmst iss 1 lot rti It is sinrcrcly Iioped that this announce merit is a reliable indication of tlie early co'isiimnialkiii of the project 'which now resi'mbli'K tlic ox-c.ve dajsv m one it is a hardv pm'imial, Stroud, .McCiill ('m, mis "NA-DRU-CO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS PinK fcMl Vtlu to M" There In only one explanation for tlie 1111 HI ben of enthusiastic: letters tlml we receive praising Na-Dnl-Co Dyspepsia and that is UiaL these tnbkts certainly, do cure any kind of stomach Iraiibk Hen. is a letter from .Miss I AniisworlliT C. uifco Is S "It is with pleasure i write to inform' jvou 'thut jour 'Ka-Dru.Co Drspepsiii Tablets have proved of great value to me, 1 tried remedy after remedy but without auy lasting good. Haying heard of your tablets curing such cascr ib mine I tkijdcd lo gut, tlitm a fair timl riie> sntisuuory m my case The remarkable success of Na-pm-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is such H success as can only come to an honest remedy, compounded according to in alU formnla from pure re dient-; by exjiert chemists If you arc I cmltis of llm cliuuli troubled with jour stomach ask TO ORGANIZE CHURCH HERE a tlie foms it uoik ,it llic ilufunidii IJilt I lieic i goenl itleniiince it tlic Simtl o istliuul MI- ute nid i f.nr utmtg iii'spiU, of tin, Uiiciluuug tin scmtc unit icrsons made, IlitV gotitl. confession, mil tlicu Air. Cliuk-i: made a.rpll fur to tcine ulio hid litrn appointeil assistant'engineer at lie en ihe Inlcrimlional Coal Cokn Co., ami has already entered upon his dut- ies OvhiK to the reLiremcnl of II. cbcet weighman at the Inler- your BniEgist about Na-Dru-C Dyspepsia Tablets, compounded by the National Dnij; and Chemical Co. of Canada, .Limited; and sold throughout Ule Dominion at 5oc. a box. ing effeet on the team, paving the way for the second soal Other league games were played per schedule, Coal Cicck playing at Bpllcvuc, score 1-0 in favor of the home team. J'.il-hel plays Colcman in Colcn.an next r'rWay, Victoria Day. All the regular players will participate, as tntiutul innit a billul was idkcii Miiint; i hsf the miners for the purpose of 0. E. S. WMlesidc'is on a business uho ueie willing to 1 rip form in m- KiUUKnt'on here, and eleven' others re- sponded. With this beginning a church .will he and work IK 1 moie Children's meeting after school each ct'eirng to which all children are In- Mtrrt Mr f hitter ins iJioi t course in Hihlc study which she will teach ihe children, and hopes to RHL dilate ii class m tlit course riming, the next feu and grant dip lomas to all who finish it. Sjrutes tonight u eirlii o clock j Command bring your friends. The Wires All Carry Hie Same Want BATTERY TRAINS TONIGHT All members of the 25th Battery C. F. A.P for sample Spices Cer eals, Limited. Toronto. Ont A BABY POISONER DEAD ON DOCK James S. Lemia'n, a Broclcviile la- Twrer. was found' dead on the C. P B. dock. Secret of Baking Good'Bread There is probably no accomplish- that a woman glories in moie cry of the captim who be sais tne to bake bread rr raadeht mist ike delibe.ptelv gate his lire 11 bieid Sold b> giocers m pack ivparition He also resents the -u tempLofMr Sh to define the beau ufnl incident of the bind pl-uing Nearer God lo Thee on the ground that it was the result of ord eis to a panic holding that i thai is a fact, it does not detract froni the band's wonderful bravery in go: Ing to death, while inspiring other? with courage to meet their fate Sir Arthur concludes his article with a tribute to the heroism of the male American passengers particu larly ih-e much-abused men of wealth; as a splendid feature of the tragic epic of the sea, and adds 'Surely it is to see a man of un- doubted genius defying his own peo- pie. regardless of the fact that his words must add to the grief of those have more than enough to beai has accepted the .position ou manager of the Bluirmo.it: Brewing Co. (Siturclai) is piy day at the Internationil and and Coke. Co.'s mines. An aggregate payroll 01 ncac- ly 700 represents the amount of cion- ej placed in uLuilatioi-each pay daj j V tennis tournan ent will be held in Dhiinnorc on t Victor a Wjsfnl tournament siioulil be pulhd. ofi as competing teams will be pres ent from and Coleman Ciimcron will spend this week in Edmonton, on ousiness af- fairs. M. A. Mac.iulay spent the.week-end A at Michel. I S 1 Gilling telephone lork ib af; Pincher Cieek, conferring Doisonmg nine babies bj Torest Supemsor DicJcson acid ir their On Saturday the Coleman football railv Winifred Aakeis nurse team played their initial game of the 1 season with the champion Michel on Michel grounds the result heing i iiroic of "3 0 in of the champions. C'oleman sutYered the dis ad; intake oi placing without of its stir plavcis, men be trip cast. Crows Nest, H. C., which is a fav- orite pleasure resort, more especially for picnic parties, is already" becom- ing a rendezvous for those on plea- sure bent. A number from Coleinan will take advantage of the holiday af- forded hy Victoria Day, to obtain t change ot scene and altitude on Isl- i and Lake, at "the Great Divide. J. .'-I. Atherton, editor of the Cole- man Hullefcin, has removed his family and household effects from Creston, B- C., to Coleman, where he will in future reside. was placed on trial today be fore Supreme Court Justite Scudder. in Brooklvn. The nine children died, sev er.il months ago iri'an infants home in Brooldyiv where the Ankers' woman was emplovcd. Defendant has a babv a htr own. ing either incapacitated or unable to' thoii work Ihe first goal was scored en a pcnalU kick, cir- uuniilince seemed to a depress- SOAKING RAIN ATJOW ISLAND EVERY ONE WEARS A .-FIRST BALL GAME OF THE SEASON. Island Jh> 11 A. soaking rain last.night has greatly beautiuci .he landscape, and incidentally caus- ed a smile to appear'on the faces of farmers, .and business men throughout :the district. On Fridi> night the first ball game of .tits, season was played on the home grounds, the iutla ha' su mgers ton tne local nine.- Tne (Ma rather loose ball) of in- nings' plaung was i tic the score being 7-7. Beguin and Helgerson; Fortune EXPLOSIVES TO BREAKSUB-SOIL In to ascertain the effect of loosening the subsoil for" agricultural purposes. B. A. LeSueur; a.-demon- strator for a large explosive manu- facturing, company, is in the city to- anil will conduct a series ot ex- periments at the experimental farm Mr.'is Sueuv uses nitrate, a.moderate noneiful expioshe for his expen )-i of Ml( oh I he table mil tiisc iwlt m jour cooking and baking, Arc Ike best TABU SALT? It s the tilth thing, tbmt coimt tlmt will help yoti to make .hint) d fooil as it should be flunrert ii ptireaM fioe and rood 1 _____..... ments, and.will conduct his research es on two half-acre plots. On one plot the nitrite he plac: ed at a depth of four and.one half feet, while on the other plot, it will be placed at only three and one half feet.'.The explosions will be made every twenty feet. Fim'ield the diieetor of the imi Vllcn umpire., Sickles scorG- kcepcr, II. Smith. After the game a very successful (lance was given in .the' I.O.O.F. hall. The nrubic supplied hv Ifoaglm's or clicstta excellent, and kept the crowd in goort humor until the sma1 hours." Jack asper is cairung his head m I a hling almofil the lesult of a boi' on his chin. lllc foundation ior Hillir iS. Smith sj Meat AlaikeL on Main sutet is near-' ing completion. Vt illc regul u meeting of the town farm heie, he-doea not ju what effect the experiment may hai on farm land, but it has heen fouii beneficial in fruit-raising, anci the e perimants will bo watched with Into est by the farmers. MINERS WON THE KRAUS CASE THAT'S THE FROM VAN IT. WILL MEAN .Vancouver, May 'Vancoi ver Trades and Labor Council has been appeal has been decided by tlie Privy Council in Lon Only the best and purest malt vinegar-made in our own brewer- the banks of the River Stour, Worcestershire, England-is used. It takes over two years of careful preparation jgcing to produce the full, rich, mellow flavour A good wine cannot be made in a can Holbrook's Sauce. council, held in tht office of sec re an treasure! on Ihursdai night lasl, it was decided lo erect a town pound on part of (he lot occupied hy It U better to lue no Muce at til than a tauce that it not Holbrook'i." HOLBROOKS PRGESTfRSHIRE tho secretary-treasurer's office. Clem is wearing a handagL in place of a beard, .is a result of the hall .game on Friday T I" is a sure enough lomebleidei thrse diis, and is sel- dom seen in town. Herman' Smith visited friends south' of niudttt on Sundai Dr. Mills, finding himself lianiHe.lpr pcd by lack of room in his drugstore) on'Main streei. has started .in tildi lion at Ihe rear, the foundation kav-i ing iicen 'finished last' week. When j completed the doctor's drug store II fine one niimbci of the hojs from the Nells Sunday in loun Bow Island, May arc pleas cd lo note that 1TV. Goodall. of 111 B. N. A. staff, is again with us, after his recent illness. It la rumored that D. Xeedham has sold his. farm cast of town. .las. Reid was-a visitor to Loth brldfo todas Mi Blckle received today B Tord automobile from Calgary, and it expected that he will'now he ahie to Keep the road hot- between town and the gas wtillfi. Evart. Donnelly, who has been visit- ing his brother. W. 8.-Donnelly, left on (or Gtlgary CAN'T HELP B. OF T. St. Thomas council Is unable to as- sUt. the Hoard of Trade in engaging publicity commlisloner because the already been Btruck. don in their favor.in the case ol ivrans versus the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co The cise is of great importance for, undsr this decision, foreign rela tives of workmen in British Columbia nay benefit undei the workmen's compensation act. Claims of eighft thousand dollars dependent i on this decision piled up in Br i tish Columbia in the last Uehe months. krius wis a miner in the emploi Of the isest Pus Comp-tnj and met his death by a mine accident. His wife and familj Ihe in tiisuia and when a claim .wns entered under the workmen a compensation act the de fenc-e laiaed by DRMI K C that the act could not ipph to de pendents hMng outside the jirounct It argued (hit ts the British Col umbia legislntuie could only legislate for pioiincial a'falri a foreign plain tiff conlil.not'secure benefits under a piovlmial act It was further argued that is the intent of the ict was to eniu-re the nrounee from to suppoit destitute dependents the plo Mnce had no interest in pissing: leg islatlon to relieip foiaien counhies from tlieii own destitute dependents The Kraus case wis taken up bj the Miners I c lentiou who ensiged S S to ngue their cas-- or them in the: Supreme Court, trial be- fore luallce Clement Ihe trial judge decided in of tht mlneii, An appeal wag then entered bv tin Crow s Nest Pass Coal Compauj Ii the Coin t of Appeal which upheld Da vis' and A reversed the de .cision of Justice Clement. A fmthri appe.il to the Prnj Conn ell wits then decided upon bi (he Min er% Federation with the result that the original judgment of lunlice Cle ment has been restored giving for cian of men kil'cd 1.1 the province the rljht to claim under the Workmen's Compensation Act. There is no further appeal possible Am ong the cases which hale bwn held pending (he Privy Council decision Is one where the dependents reside in Ireland.-- .the appeal court's decision been upheld It'was the In- tention of counsel to argue that und- er the act Irelind was a foreign coun- try. FATHER ROSENTHAL GIVES WARNING There i a man Collecting Money In City Wlo is Worth Interrogating Lethbridge folks had better keep a sliaip lookout foi a suspicious looking character posing as Dcjoon Michael Immainiel of. Babilonla who is going the rounds soliciting alms which he claims are to be used for missionary work in Babylon. In at Church yesterday morning the Fathci Bosenthal wained the congregation against gh- ing alms to strangers and adder that the various mifaaiollun societies of: the chinch would recene anj contn- butions from those to donate same. It seems that, list Situidaj after noon, Mayor Hatch, 'who acquainted, rathei Hosenthtl o' the situation le cenetl i call from a clencU looking person, who asked for. a .permit to so- licit alms Bv waj ot credentials the deacon presented alleged from the--mayors of. Vancouver and Calgari in iddltion to a letter from a. In thev city lie deacon had with him a comptmon and botn had onlj begun to make a clean up collecting; when two stranjers .cama upon the scene, au-d stated they were from Sim and desired contributions to cany the gospel to the people theie The locil cleiginnn, when ap prised bi the Chief of Police ind May or Hatch of the turn which events had taken, immediately'withdrew bis foi the peimit on be half of the deacon. The seciuel to the piocecdnigs was a bnef one, is Just is soon as tlie'alleged'missionaries discoi-eied weie foiled they de camped for parts H is hint- ed that they-may have gone to Jled- ;ine Hat SCOTLAND'S .LOSS: CANADA'S .GAIN London, Jlay SO.-rTvelvB hundred cottiah emigrants left for Canada on Saturday. The same number will save next Saturday CITY TREASURER T. has been appointed city s' New models arc comtantiy being added to our hue to keep pace with every lew feature. Bill CORSETS never IOK (he funm of comfort and diffAbiljty wjikk have nude them the of Canadian women, The bat Horn ul tlwnv ;