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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 Cream GWDEfi Healthful, Dependable Its active principle solely grape acid and baking soda. It makes the food more delicious and whole- some.' ________ The low priced, low grade powders put alum or lime phosphates In the food. Ask Your Doctor About That I WHO PM1XTED THE FAKE TUVKKTS? LIBERAL MEJPTING LIBERAL MEETING ARENA MIJIUA .Mtvs-DAY tnlr TORONTO outh Light, and Uoors- Red Light Centre IJoors-Rcd Lijht A sequel to the big Layrler cien-.onitraiion in Toronto .5 that scmebody printed and targtly amorcg two thousand cards of admisvcn. altr.oit 4 fic-slmile the legitimate cards cd and signed by Mr. I. G- the organizing secretary. Not only did the admissions through these tick- ets squeeze out a corresponding number of the faithful, Vrho cane, sorre from Jar distant parts of the province, with legitimate credentltls, to hear the chief." but accord !na to tt was n p'ci en the part cf Contervatives to break up the meeting If It was a plot it failed f0r the five thousand good and true Liberal supporters totally swamped any who attempted counter demonstrations. Detectives are now endeavoring to find the A clcse Inspection of the tickets V.HI show a somewhat diffirent style of type and a Discrepancy m the signature- Tne first In the HI ustratlon forgery, the second the What Men Endure for the Sake of Anlartic Scientific Research Secretary Gave out Estimates j for Anligonisri-Western Farmers and Lead Bounties iiian ia Toronto or m the Kooleniy jus a right, say lo Me people. must come tn our assignee '1 Ah for the faimm of west, the hi.; LEdustrieb ut right to iliejii. "You must be :ml only the market but the mark for uy.'1 It uas [LO Argument to say that itie farmers tif the uest are prosperous. That no reawn why ibey should pay l tribute to the lutntienuru or ihe fruit growers of B. 0. The resolution was finally approv- ;M at.a the hiJ! founded upon it first reading. THE DUCHESS OF WESTMINSTER Against the Duke has instituted proceedings for divorce, an action which has set'England by the ears. GERMAN ARMY AND USE OF LIQUORS Rerlin, May military authorities pho for fi-vcral jears carried on n campaign a gainst the use of. strong spirits hi the army, Iiavo decided to sent! an annual cir- cular to all In ihe future, de- fcriblng criTT.es lint have been com- mitted in the military sen Ice which have been ascribed to the Gxccsshe vise cf alcohol, anil ftlso showing lha punishment nictetl out to ihe conuct- I men Thu campaign hy the army ficlals already Jias proved decide :cecssful and tho coiisjDiptlon or si tiled spirits among (he soldi been greatly diminished. WILL GIVE TORONTO PEOPLE ACCURATE ESTIMATE OF VALUE OF ELECTRIC LINES Toronto, May 20 a warm fight the. city cour.cil yebterday de- cided by a of Ifi (o 7 to give the board ol control power to engage experts to examine ol the 1 Toronto street railway and the Tor lonto Klcctric Light company, in or- tl'at Ihc- officials who aic for Ihr, purchase ot the, properties majr ht well Informed bo fore shaping the proposition that IE 1o he submitted to the citizens (or approval. HALIFAX SYSTEM TIED UP Halifax. May Anothsr da) pasted without a l turning on tho Halifax railway. It ex- at tho meotlng of Ihe con jFIFTY-SEVEN ARRESTED FOR RE- FUSING TO MOVE ON WHEN TOLD London, May K. tic- ship lus arrived m Uu: Ottawa, May grcaUr don, and ghes in an inlcmew of the afternoon and cieiilLg sittings j letciilrj ot the bufferings oi Mausc-n of the commons today was up j ind his comrades and the riratlis oi with the discussion oi a mono" uf j -ieut Nmms aud Dr. Navier Merit, cecsiire of Hon. Uohl Kogerb, Patterson, J., May the Swiw hcicntisi and sVi runner. trr oi public works h> Mr. C hmholm Iscvon arrests were made this inoru- Captain orT Mason's} The crux oi lie in the of the I'rice Silk Baj in fcaiiiil weather and learned 'Scolia member's complaint was (hat 'Mall, to whuh Ihe hatuls returned ihal of the parts" -uhec a provincial hje-electiun nas in yesterday in the face ot protest He waited for news'progress in January laM, Senator (from the Industrial Workers.of the c? them with intense anviety. for he Girroir caused 1o he published ir, the I World leaders conducting the btrfte. hatl to go 1500 niili-s along ihe coast; a church paper, as aa byr.dred or niore strikers and to pick up Wild anJ his party hefore'leilisemetit of a list ol which gathered ID the sireets Dear ihe irotc and darkness set in. In the government proposed to cauyoajihe mill today to jeer'the returning this dilemma U deci-Js-J, after many; in the constituency, same having workers. There was no actual vio- dajs. to puih on and sate Wild's'licfn supplied to him from Ottawa lence and those arrested taken parly first. In spilt of the terrific! Hon. Robert Rogers, in rcphinfi. Jiccause they refused to "move ;alcs and liliziards hluvfiny SO mi lei sr.id lhat the list had been supplied Three oi tl.c prisoners taken an hour this was safely accomplish-. to Senator Girroir by his pinale were women, one. with a baby in her Jicuretarj, -Mr- George Huc'r'arJ, wli-n arms. She was paroled immediately. TI.e ship uas calJeil back lo liiinseli was abscnl from ihe capi- son's headqujrters after starting on tal in Winnipeg. 1500 urile ami Davis uas! The statement as it appeared SAY, "I WANT BLUE RIBBON TEA'1 Mention thi name when you buy Otherwise thsre U a chartcs that you may not get Blue Ribbon, is superior to olher Tea.1 If you are not fully satisfied with it you merely have to return the- packet to your grocer and we authorize him to refund your money it end. :ount- ARENA PACKED BY TORONTO PEOPLE TO CHEER CON. 3ERVATIVE LEADER j part ot ihe arena uhk-b were o ercl by item lor liorden Tte speeches vtere short and lhe party was able to leave for tfcp capi- tal tonight. Both Hoa. Mr. Haien and lion- Mr. 1'elMEer a splendid nrkotiiL- Among the tnemhers ot parliament present Sir tldnwnd Osier, W. S. J. Hobidous, Col. John Currrc, II. II. Stevens, J. K. KiJ'-.er, U. Capttiin Tom I Wallace, Artiiur Hon. Franlc M.msler i dmund Uorileti icinvcii an ,tO r Tornnto aud tea tuc'. f A M thowanu people packed ihu arena and and A' ]i- MtCurdr, M P. .cclaimed tl.e ptiticiples oE Xhe L'on- part... He accompan- ied b> lion J. siiiniiter ct marine ai.d fisheries; Hon. 1'elleticr. repre- senting ljuehcc province, and re- ceiicd a splendid ovation anci Sir .lames premier of On- tario. Though the meeting minted for, San l-'raticisco, llaj bal- S o'cLoLk, ihe torchllgiit procession 'lots will lie provided aud a refercn- and llju crowd lined the streets dum vote wiH bo taken bj the Bro- therhood of Ilailioad Trainmen to iltienjkiiic vifadt action shall follow from arriving unlit baSf an j the refusal of the managers of the rail Loui later- "H.c premier's entrance roads operating east of ihe Mississ- btought forth .1 roar of cheers ai.rt'ippi ar.d noith of tte Ohio rivet to informed that Mauson had struggled ihe Casket liad changed because aluue. alter the death oE Ninnis it had been made to appear 1hal the acd Meru. items weic actualh- placed in the rs- "tt'c vieie nol more lhan half whereas the communication TO SHOW THE WORLD San Francisco, .Hay The Asiat- ic e.xct-jsioii league of California in- sure is signed by Governor Johnson, ttit [.auricr. Chce j trove out in one this accident Mavvson and Mertz struggled across (ho plateau ttie verge of itrtrvaliun Jan. 15, Mcrlz, loo, succumbed as It.c result bounties uas continued several of exposure and uant cf lood. -western Liberals, including Hon. For twenty-two lernhlc days i Frank Oliver, Dr. Michael Clark and more Mawsnn struggled on alone, !W. K. Knou'les, pronounced thni- wtth a few starving dogs as his sole'selves as nol ceing of the companions. That he did not mad to continue the bounties, urdcr such conditions is wonderful H- Uctinett said tliat Ihc Loun- and the account ot his journey, when ty had resulted m good to hoth the he tells it, will prove one of the Koolenaj and the farming industries greatest stories of Antarctic hero-joi Southern Alr-eria the IIOHSO into on supply the. estimates of trie min- ister oT agriculture were consiilered. to Kngland to try to Oiilalu poit uf'Many members joir.ed in a demand (he money remlered ncceieary an increase in Ihe number of ex- extra season's work which has been I penmenta! it be-ing generally forced upon the explorers, Inc> aic been compelled to remain in the Ant- Uork. At the urgent request of Man-son. signalled by uireless, Davis has c arctic until relieves them the enii of this )ear. RAILROADERS INSIST ON CHAPPELL'S REINSTATEMENT I-ondon, Mny have been Ihreals of trouble on the Qre.it N'orlh- ern R. R. for several days in consc- qnence of the suspension ami fining of Cbapppll, an engineer, tor failure to report for duty on time. Officials ot the company had a ccn- loday with lhc delegates ot tho men's union hut they failed lo le.ich a settlement. At DIMS meet- inss todav a reeolutlou adopted calling on the nntfonal union of rail- Uolltrs yesterday that the company j way men to demand the immcillale would send a lien- rc-i'lv to the relnEtatcn-.ciK of Chanpell, aud If this that thty arbitrate the rcfu-cd lo give 21 hours' notice of hie. j .1 st'iivral s'triko. YE Then say "The Florentine" Ice Cream 1'arlor is flic Pride of City. And the now iiKinayoincut i.-, giving Ilic public excellent Duality C'oiinls :iiui wo liavc us for I'KUI'l'S, CANDIKS, SODAS, ICK COXI-'KCl'lOXIiKY ANDREWS CARLILE, Props. budget deh.iic ill nol incuce until 'ihe Lead Hoiinties At the afternoon session the dis- cussion on (he proposal to renew tlie lead bounties ilcvrlopeil into a minia- ture tariff dehate. Mr. Northtup, Kasl llastnizs, speaking in support of the resolution, rlcnird that (frc.it Hritain rcAlly has tree trade, hut dc- claietl thai the fiscal svstem which prevails in the motherland is mtlrh inferior to uhat we have in Canada. II has not been hcncf.cial to the working classes, many of vshosn arc paid as low as thirlv-lfircc shillings a vvcek and less Dr. .Michael I'larX challenged the n.cmbcr for K'asC Ifasd'nss lo find an> proof for ins contention thai the condition of ire norUng classes of l''liglaliil is deplorable. Mi. Norlhrun went on lo argue that tlie induslrits of Orc.il Hrilam hail really sol 'heir start under a protective tarifi. W. B. Knowles. of Moose Jaw, chalirngcd Ihis sljtement. Hr said he vvas doing his hesl as a voung ilian for his countrv and not spending his time digging up bad things about Oreat Hntain to place on llansairi. Bad conditions pre'ailed in Ihe mother countrj, hut they to the ccntralizalion ot wealth and class privileges. The same cor.riilions would grow tip in Canada under pro- tection, 'I he soor.cr move in Ihe right direction the heller. 'Ihe longer ilclaj the greater wili he the hold the nig interests mil on the people. Mr. luionics decl.irc-d that the Lib- eral part) was rea3> within certain limits lo entourage inilii'.lry, tml that it should be unrlctslooil iliat no italed iramedfalcly after the mea- Eductetl its eieeullve committee last nieiil to (Iratt a petition for a refertn- milc from he re- :lo Senator Ciiuoii only mentioned Cn the allen lalul bm to be saiil Dai is, "but could not them as being put dowu it-r c'onsirfpr- )niu and his party. Mauson 'ation. had gor.p out with Xinnis nnd Mertz- rfehale was cujilir.uctl !jv llos. attcr tlie liltle of Cape- Hreton Mr. if siarted iVfnnis fell into an unfafh- Foster, King's, and Mr. Sinclair, omable a sledge full (Jujsboro, liul jucbahlv to the of provisions, and his body uas not I slim attendance ol tU members, no recovered. For ihicty-Iour after vole was 1aVcn- During the pailior part of the af- ternoon, the tariff diRUisSiOii arising out ot the propowl lo icnpv ihe lead from HIP Queen's Hotel to tiic arena tlie premier and his col- tlie fluttering oi mjriatSs ol tnlnaturc Ueion Jacks Sir .1 an.es li 1 1 ncy, the firsl speaker, paid prime minister a notable tribute. ami Mr, liorden arose, he uas the recipient ot a vrcl- CORIC siitli as is seldom accorded to a public, man. Tlie jircsejice ol a fouc of Kihcrals HitncsfiCil, as Sir James ney mentioned the ramt ol Sir consider a 15 per cent, raise in lor braleuicn. This was the substance ot a staUmeut givta out last aij-ht b> (r. Lee, president ot Ihe Bro- (Iicthootl, which opened a three convt-ntioii ID citj- today. WAS FATALLY Calgary, May Jlarhmioun- ka, laborer, was run orer by a. switch tnpine in tho C. P. n. yards, this af- lerDoou, and fatally injured. INSIST ON LITTLE DARLING" r "LITTLE DAISY HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN Those Tender Limbs Experience has Already told joii that baby's skin ia very tender, and very easily chafed. Therefore you clolhe him in tlie softest, warmest underclothes. But riov? aiuut his sloctings? Ate they of ordinary coarse with unwholesome dyes? 1'or safety's sake always buy your infants and children "Little Darling" or "Little Daiss'" perfect stockings. Made of the finest, softest Australian Lamb's Wool, and dj-ed with stainless, sanitary dyes, You have every reason to select these widely known brands, tnd they cost no more thati the inferior kinds. Has and (ot. All siie< lor ir.fanlj up to ytnit old. "Little heel and loe. All sile j for children under Sky Cardinal, Black, Tan and Creim. Yo-Jf dealer can supply you. Cost no more lhan inferior kinds. LoaV for lh< "Sunitiine" Trade Mark on the tJcVel. THE CHIPMAN HOLTON KNITTING CO., LIMITED Hamilton Canada at Harn'llon and Out, ;