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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTIBRjnOE 'IM TTEHALD Paget DOCTORS TELL YOU'THAT PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE. APPLY THAT TO YOUR FEET. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE DIE EVERY, YEAR THROUGH IMPROPER PRO- 'TECTION TO THE FEET. EACH KIND OF WEATHER REQUIRES ITS OWN KIND OF FpOTWEAR It is foolish to go out on a wet or snowy day without rubbers. To do so is to invite coughs and per- not only cure for toughs and. Get Your pair do not, "wait- wet feet compel you. All kinds of rubbers at all kinds of 1; will be found at this atorc. FOOT TOGGERY EndurjngQualit is AGaured in knives, forks', spoans and serving pieces if ihuy are This brand, known ,as_ CONTRACT LET 'On lop all tliirollicr civic 'diiiire the. of' the city of LcthhriijgWwJJl spend ex- acliy. in building new schools.'- -Al! the contracts, have been 1.1, the. hoard meeting .last nigjlt in special commit Iciv to award the ,con- irnct foiviheihealinif and plumbing of ihc Manual Training school. I Tlic Anne- I'luinbiilg Go., a new firm in llic was.-awarded ''tin; tender, their ,Tli'is brings Ahc .total cost of the school, T( is expected in he, ready for occupation in Novein-' A DISREPUTABLE CONDUCT Woodstock. Out., .May n. JlcDay, a pruiniiienl West Zorra ar- mer, WHS sentenced (his to leu years In liinggfon penitentiary, with (en lashes 'when he. goes'In, and fifteen neaj the ejiph'alioii o-f his sen- tence, he liavlng bceii-round guilty of 'urefeWed by h" In .-.wife.on. be- halr-of liei-'fh'teeii your old'daushul-. OTTAWA HEARS ABOUT THE BILL GREAT BANQUET TO" EX- AMINE.ADAMSON ACT AS YET- 6'itnwa; attention ol Ihc rjplllinion government has heel drawn' to. the udnmson bill which is qbjccl of, which, is lo prevent ships-ownicdiby railroads llaving ac- cess lo American waterways. Al- though piesniiiallly the hill is not aimed Canadian shipi, it i'f ii heconies fcct Ibis country and will prevent many Canadian vessels froiu using the. caiial'as well .as the Aineri- ca'u portion fireat Lakes- ffhi tlic inemiicrs.of Ihc Canadian govern- liieni have not vet; had time to con- sider Ihc provisions oi the Adamson hill, be... dclinitcly.-. announced that if Ihc rights' of the Dominion as guaranteed by treaty are -in the slightest degree affected, a prompt aiid decisive "-protest, will -lie; lodged with the1 British ambassador at Wash- ington'. C-anada's right to use .the .Panama canalion an equality' with other'na- tions is: by the nay-rjauncc- foto treaty aiid any .attempt tp in- triii'Kc on th'cie- rights will hc.i'cseni- cd. :Tho Canadian .-.railways owning steamships can also-he depended up- on, to use. their influence-to'prevent their existing privileges being- cur- tailed. H is hclieved in official cir- cles herc'lhal Ihc chances of the bill IcconrinK a law arc lessened-on', ac- count .of the grave jnternalionai dif- ficulty which has developed in conncc- lion with Us .consideration. YOU CAN TAKE BACK THE PACKAGE There ,is no chance of disappointment when yon start using Blue .Ribbon Tea. You need'not use. .it more than once and. If it docs not fully eallBfy back.tlic jiackuBc and your grocer will Immediate- refund your n.oney. We linow yoii will like II. WIRELESS SERVICES FOR THE EMPlljE SAMUELS MAKES NOUNCEMENT' c'r'al siiliinillinB the'post- o'ir.c.c budget in the. house: at cpni- ilioiii said UK1 [lucs.lious ot compulsory wireless .installation on ships .that should he imposed .'-'for ixinljmioiis were mailers thai were engaging the close, attention nf'-till! of tlic Board of Tr.Uc' 'add hlmllclL 1'robably Ihpy.would lie considered al the iiilcrnatioiiDl conference on wire- less telegraphy London next month. Provisional arrangements, added Mr- Samuels, had been made with1 the Marconi company lor lllc election through the, Hritisli Kmpirc o! wire- less slations able to comiminicale with each oilier al a distance ot miles or more. Pis stations would be erected at lirsl. One would be in England. Probably the next two would be located respectively in Kgynt and IH'itish East Africa. There would be nnolbcr in India, another at .Singapore, another in Soulh Alvica, and the Australian government would creel one lor Itself. The cost, in round figures for'each station exclud- ing the sites ol the buildings would be sixty thousand pounds Mr. referring to the, growth of postal business in London, said the postofficc contemplated conslrucl- ing its own tube railway .'running east, and west, lor the convenience or mails and-parcels. Mr.. Samuels said a fitly per cent, reduction in tele- phone charges between England and France had not vet been .affected ciusc the new cables had not yet been connectcll by tlic land to Paris: Steps were .being taken "to extend phone communication with the .continent, and it would not be lonp, before. London was in communication with llcrlin. 'EDITED BY. PHONES: Of r Ice, 1224 Reildenci 1116 MONTREAL LIBERALS WILL.HOLD RE- jirc'paratidhs arc1 being niadc hy the Montreal'reform oluli (fir the 'to.lie tendered' lo Sir'.Wilfrid'l.'aniier on Wednesday, ,2S. i.ijf; tile first chance that, -'he local Liberals have liacl ill many years to -Welcome their leader-'as leader of the opposition, nnd it is planned lo make the (unc- tion a national tribute from the whole Dominion. Tlic speakers will, he .representative's of the whole of Canada, such provinc- es as luvo Liberal governments being represented by their premiers, while those in which are in I lie ascendant will send the leaders of tile.opposition.- "Practically all -of the-last .Liberal, caliinpt Kill lie in attendance, with many other promi- nent Liberals from far and near. Sir Lonicr Gonin, N- W- Rowell, Hon. Scoll, Premier Murray, 'of Nova Scolia A. II. Copp, oi New IJl-i'.nswick lion.' Mr. Morris, of Siffon, from AI4 among Ihcsc who have ac- ccp.tcd invilalions. Hl-ilisll Columhi.n, however, will not be position of the Liberal parly', there rendering il impossible for it to he represented by a leader of the ppppr 'sitipn. Leon Oarneali will preside, and among the leading speakers, w.iil hi Hugh Ciiithric and A. How it. pours., pours, a never-tnding shirt i 11 on- 11 drives liencath the doors I How il soaks the passer's (eel I- How it rallies on-the shutter How it rumples; up' the lawn How 'twill sigh, and moan, and mut- From darkness iinlil dawn. John-son: Rhyme of the Rain. t [low beautiful is the rain .Atier the dust' and In the broad and .fiery strr-cf, In the narrow lane, How beautiful is the rain 11 clatters along Llic roofs, Lil.L the tramp of hoofs gushes and struggles out From Ihe throat of the overflowing spoul. Longfellow Rain in Summer. Hostesses tomorrow "Mrs. 0. Ii. Tinning for the lest lime this season. v A. A. and. Mrs. I.ytlc are spending ii couple of days in Miss-A. ol ICdinonlon, is registered at liracpier Lo.lge, Van- couvcr. Miss !i-enc McLariilan, society edi- tor oi the Calgary News-Telegram, spent the week-end in Hand. Mrs. Itliynd Jamicson, who has been vL-iling for rome. time in (.'al- tary, will return home tomorrow. Mrs. R. K. Sherlock, who lias been in Mon'trcal. on-aji cxtciidccL visit', is J cxrW'ttid' hoinu atiih'e end oi the Mrs. A. K. Humphries Iril this af- ternoon to visit in ToroM.i and Mont- real for tivVar'.'lhTfJe'wcclis. 5 0 Mrs. Mellis, -of SScleod, underwent an.operation at the, Cialt hospital on Iler. inpny fricuilH here lo know .tlnil she is-doing-isplcniiidly. :An anniversary piirty will he lield'on Ihc .irroiiilds ai HiVAiigus- rcelory evening, .JIay.27.lii, in. w'ith ihc of Ihc church. The Cilixcus iiaiirt will he in attendance. from place will do battle will] a local, team. The tournament will 1lin niorninif. KO that UK GREAT CROWDS GREETWM. TAFT ihc dnors and refused to Mmil cVcn 'nioint.-ers Kr. Tad's qwii par lo-thc buildin. I. .THREATEN, WALK OJilf. .Monlrcril. '.May, deihnndB of the .organized garment. .wo'i-Kcrs for ft week of forty-nine' hours, wefck- Instead o-.' for i-ranlcd- b'y wholesale manuractiiivra, tli'oy Btiil's'lhoy 'will walk. 'out oiiJjnno slrHii. Clubs ..The Ladies' of St. Patricks -chiircli-ivii) meet, tomorrow adc'r'rinbn at ihc old'prcsjj; tcry. "The president, Mr, William Shand, will lake the .and How tp Please al, the-mccliiig of the (.'hrisliaii lOiulenvor society "I St. Andrew's church this evening. All .the mciiihers are especially requested to attend a meeting, which 'will be The Experienced Cook Says: "I use A 1 b e r ta's ,Best Baking j Powder bc- cause I know from actual test that it never .fails me." -You, too, will find it invaluab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole- some, dependable right in quality and right in price, Ask your grocer for it. heliMlminndialcly at Ihe close ol.lhc regular, In cons'ider the ad- visahilily of. discontinuing Iho- meet- ings for a month or two during the season of the Sunday School Alhlctic League. A card social will be held In thq K..of P. hall ou Monday evening, May '27111, ..under Ihe auspices oi Ihe Ladies' Allar society uf St. Pat- rick's church. The- adjourned annual meeting; of Westminster .Sunday .school was held last, cvdhliig and most important busi- ness was transacted. The .following ollicci's were elccfcd .John Torrancc. Associate .Superintendent Mr.. T- W. Quaylc. Thomas Shaw. Associate H. Callari- A. H'eston. llryon. Associate C'- Hurg- mann. Killam. Associale Davis and Miss Dunswortli. t'liorislcr-.llrs. P. .1. Alexan- der. Superintendent o( Home .Depart- W. lloult.. Assrleialc Siipcrinlcndcnt of Home Weslcolt Superinlciideut of Cradle Deparl- ineiit-rMrs. R- tlurgmann. Siiperinlendeut..o[ Klcnieiitary De- A. .A..Lylle. Superintendent, of Temperaiice De- J. 11. Gray. SupiTintciHlcul. of Missionary llc- A. Duller. Superintendent of Athletic Depart Superinlc-ndeuf of Adult Dcpart- A.. Sanderson. .Superintendent of Advance Depart- J. II. Gray. .Superintendent ol Teacher Training T. Quaylc. "rhi! line.up of teachers for the en- siiiug year is as follows Mr, G. A. Sanderson, Mr! A A. I.ytle, Mrs. W. P: -1- Alexander, Mr. .1. Ii- Gray, Mrs. J. H. Gray, Miss' K. Gray, Mr. Leonard Kane, Miss G. Dnnswoitli, MjfiS A. Hntlej, Mrs. 'W. Duuswortii, Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Kane, Mi'ss. M. lliitler, Miss A. Miss f. Findlay, Miss M. Killam, Miss L. Siimii and Miss R, .Atkinson.. The enthusiasm'.displayed by those in.attendance at last night's mceling augurs "well for.the Inline-welfare of I lie. .school. The! Guild of Knox church wound up a successful season's work last evening in a very happy manner by-holding an ice-cream soc- ial. Mr." T. S. occupied the i'liair, presiding'over the -following "fine program 1'i.ino 'Aird. Vocal Gordon Spencer. Voca! Galvin. Piano Ilazcll, Miss Sel- lic Hazejl.and Miss Minnie Hazcll. Mr. McGm'san. rieading-Miss JSdith .Itmes. Vocal Snlo-rMiss I..M. Jones.. Miss Archer anil Miss acted as accompanists. At' tile'conclusion of the program a vole of Ihahks passed to all, who citlier in program' or coniniitfec work had assisted during the season. A special vole of th.luks was passcil lo Miss' Archer lor her Ircquent an.1 kind assistance 'during the season just closed. Macbelh.and Miss cut the ices at n .prettily appointed table, where llic Moral Jecoration was expressed in ferns and crimson geraniums. Tho 'tables, dolled here and there through the hall, were very attractive with their white covers and fern centres. They were In charge ol Urn Misses Minnie Ilaiell, Donna Murray, Flv.i ir'raync, Florence Camp-, bell, Ethel Dicseth, Stella Drown, Killa Cronliitr, Alice (HI and Nellie Hazcll- Tlie splendid sum of S2li was real- ized froiu the affair. Empire Day m Friday being Empire Day and a general holiday, our week- end sale will commence on Thursday morning Special attractions are being prepared for this week, full particulars of which will ap- pear in to-morrow's Herald Hudson's Bay Co, CLEVER MAN BUT SADLY MISTAKEN ANARCHIST OF GOOD BREEDING WHO BELIEVES HE IS DOING RIGHT London, May .Maialnes- la, the militant, anarchist in England, who lias Iqnjj been a rcsld- CJIL oT London, was yesterday-sentenc: ctl to three months' imprisonment, and recomuvemled for deportation as un'undesirable alien, on a charge.of publishing a defamatory libel concern- hit; tin Italian nuined Bellelli, also a resident of London, who Mulatnesta suggested was an Italian police'spy. A Scoilantl oftMil tile] the prisoner wua a very- i1n.ii herons annr chist, in incL, a leader o{ Lhc amir cliisls of the world, -'lie had been Im- prisoned In expelled from France, and viniied; Swain, Portugal and Amuricn, ,in the. inter- Mls o! aimrchy. .Wherever he he caused trmiule. The detective mentioned 3Iala- In connection with the Mounds ditch lie sold to the. assassina-chemicals .used 6rj' tha occasion p[ the outrage, The prisoner's counsel said that.hls client, wqs, an Kalian count, who tind resigned all 'his wrojierty.for-the.pur- poses} .ol' his propaganda. Prlu'ce Vorlan Tcse-rkscff, who., ad' milled also that he was an nuarchlfit, .gtive evidence on- Malataeeta'a 'lw- -lie -said 'prisoner: was .an. .Intimate friend of.-Prince'-Kropbtkin, Jlalatacsla smiled'when he. heard the sentence anarchist leader has three-sen- toncoB of death hanging over him.'Ho. is greatly-beloved by Lhe children in the neighborhood of his and. is always ready to help poor 'friends. Me is undoubtedly a man of good edu- cation. speaking various languages and having.-a good understanding: of medicine. POUNDING TO' PIECES. Coition AlisltT Ma> "Un Ucd Slates light house .tender, Ameri- ca, is ashore near- Cape Ilinchlr.bTOcU and IB 'being pounded lo-rtieces'by.the. The .Lhlrtv-two ..irersoiiB': a- boir 1 en pci cons tv> eut four members or tlic. oii'e'Bur- vivor of the lost barge, Haydn Brown, were taken the.steamer'Admjr. al Sampson-, which picked uji tbevvlrc- leas dlslreas slguals. BOURSE RECOVERED FROM THE SHOCK Berlin; .May Hourae had recovered from Us scare of Saturday caused -by the slatement of Men1 Gwjiincr, manager "of the., IJculsclia Iliiuk-, .Vli'ch wnHVInteriirf.tod as pre- dicting "ii industrial reaction. Thla hnd a'slvong effect because it follow- ed' Ihc of tho Prus- sian noiirso commlsHlon agalnal oi'or- aiicculntlon In IndusLrEnl BLOCKS. The DenlRchc Hank has aclr ciilar. aayinp that Herr Gwlnn-ar. wfif 'liileuiHlcratood. and what he Inicmlod tp deprecate WHS excessive specula- tion. Most storkw yesterday nfcoul'lw0 points higher, and od ,Clnn. '''be .Franlcrprt liltcwliio strong. THSTS Wffiff MOTHER USES Children speak in fthe "Mother Tongue" when they say Sunlight Soap." They have heard Mother say it- seen her use the clothes washed with it to be purest and best It is only left for us to say how careful we are in manufacture to ensure that Sunlight Soap shall be worthy of The confidence placed in it 5c. n bnr at your. Grocers. LEVliR HROTllliRS TORONTO. ;