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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May LETHBBIDOE PAILY HERALD PajEt ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR t STRAIGHT FROM THE GRAIN FIELDS After it has passed.'through our and viareboiiues It is sold to tjou with mery guarantee of perfect pinltv It Is nil that great bone, body and mind building power4 that good flour should always possess. Get a sack an aid to your health Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LET.HB'RIDGE.-RAXMQNO AND NECESSARY 1 if TO EXPANSION REPLIES TO BALFOUR SHOWING 'NEED OF A STRONGER NAVY Mai I'he Gcruiau Mr.iBalfour's statement KING WILL HAVE ABUSYPNTH MANY EVENT.! GOTTEN UP IN HIS LIGHTS I IN CASTLE London, May next month be a .very heavy list of jtlio' English .point of view on German ceremonies for tile Royal party, open- i'rmaiitents, contained in a .statement ing with the celehiat on of the king's qf Prof Del Jirucck, undoubtcflh birthdaj Xo fewer than twelve tha1 opinion' held in icspon-.important erisagc'ments are included s He regarding Sir Halfoui's m (ho list a'nd file King will make of "the to nation Caidiff to liu the foundation stone of 'When Ust; usiled me 1 asked a Welsh national to ,Birm- tlie niellnclloly question wlie'tlicr war iiighani for'tho opining'of the ne Ijttupm. n-jgiaud and C.ermam could King Edward memorial building, an TU'I ''e Netted feinee then condl- to Winchester foi thajksglying tiont haic considerable, but' uce for the restoration of ica-ling Mr lialfour's letters thedlal tit pessimistic feeling has'again got the uppei hand 'r W h-n i in of thr imporl- NATIVE SON DEMANDS FLEET Premier .McBride Wants I'aciflic Navy Huffliceiit; to Oll'-set Japan Ottawa, Ont., May in Britisli Columbia are looking forward to the government's announcement of its naval program and we hope that it Mill piouJe for the creation of an cfricent force which will proude leal protection and will not trifle-1 ;wiUi the probleu1 u" thni tlif hest interests of Canada and the em- pire require the matter to dealt with effectively So said Premier SlcBride when .here an- sweivto a question as to whether lie still stood In the resolution ot the British Columbia leglblatuie for a strong fleet unit on the Pacific, coast. Heftrring liis-.vislb in Kngland, the course of which he had a-.cpnver- satien with rimreliill, lirst Lord of the Premier Mo- Bride said, "While not intcrletiiHs with linada maj do or inclin- ed to suggest uliat should be done, I found the people whom 1 met ill l.ngland giealh interested and look- ing forward to the announcement of MILADI 'EDITED BV PHONM; Ottlw, 1214 Heeldenee 1111 True v Too pure and too .honest, in aught to, disguise The sweet soul .shining thro' them -fpwcn Meredith. i "Be the dav v.'ean'; -be' the day long, At. last'it 1'ingcth to evensong" 'Anyone can carry his .'burden, how- A large iiiiinbcr of society folk were in attendance, an especially pleasing, feature being the presence of a num- ber of out of town guests. Screened behind stately palms a orchestra discoursed sweet which 'made -dancing particu- larly cosy sitting out I'l'accs were provided for those, who did not care to dance. ever heavy, till nightfall. Anyone caul A pleasant departure ,was'tht serV- do his work, however hard, for one o' a debatable supper menu at day Am one can Ine sueeth, pa- tiently, loungh, purch, till the sun goes down And this Is all that life fiver 'rpallv Mis. Thoii'.as Taylor spent the week-end in Calgary, c Miss Mildred Mason returned last night from i1 few days' visit in Grassy Lake, Mrs. K. E. Sherlock returned on Saturday, afternoon from an extend- ed'stity in the east. O. K. S. .Whitesidc and child returned with to Cole- maii tins lifternoon A Lille noon lor hdmonlan, left this alter- where he. will the Dominion program. I did not dis- the of Mi Hilfoiu such m- Among the sporting events of .Illi arc Ihc.Lpion and the big lace wi re honoied bv the attendance ot the Majesties 'I he King and Queen a tl .v, suspicion's and conceptions to he highly pleased wjth the German pohw, the dangomot which has been so long in pro (J sh oursches, aiiil Great but which is now completed a br.tiin ib ceitainh much ni- Huckingham palace This work wa in'the reign of King Edwan "Mr Balfour .iiiusis Germany Lofiwho was to hnng the man not raalizuu how 1 ncland is men old fashioned arrangements at U acid in the Gcninii fleet not onlv in pa'ace up to date Queen Victori would nmei consent to the installa tion ot electric, lights, and insisted o the ictrntion and can dies, but the place is now more keeping with twentieth century ideas Apsley House, the residence of tl Duke of Wellington at Hvdc Park cor ncr is now perhaps the only big tow to ptimil lie norld to Lc diMded up lions illuminated bj candles and som a ion? other mlioni bill demand j are to le hut hci iccucib, and na- t onil evistcnce We know that in Hern uDi ven well biu England it- Mlf rlhelcss compelled us to build ocr licet. 1 he German pi opls since attain- ing itniU is ,i nilion have gia i cached tiff determination not bill tlf r oi'n spile 'Slice, 1871 enormous and very pro-, uir tones continualU been hi Grcit Britain, Fiance, and th" I mted States and -Ja- pin t such teinlorieb moreover hemg tontnualh occupied the French bringing Y.irocco under their supre- 11 acj, RIICJ, a and LngKnd expanding Persia aqd iapan ind Kiissia se- their fjeld in Mongolia and Jllanchuria. 1 is process and Germany lias ji i icason to oppose it but she a ts to participate in it For this 'objcui, she a fleet Ncithei England noi other it! es stales uollld ciei Concede to us in share-11 we hale not proceeded to create a fleet I'gret in the fact, I WHAT -WAS; BURNED? t Walnwrighl Alii, Mav jiad ita fust bad firo this AH the losers can led some The origin IB unknown at Had it not haen for the good york of the fire brigade ablj assist- I "b> Hie citizens and the Grand employees, the of the JiftH of Second avenue flould destrojed The Beets Com large genwal store ,r NEW HARBOR COMMISSIONER L A De ,t inert, Dominion commissioner Otuwi, ippointed harbor or Montretli by'? Uie tommlieion In succession Tto James MoShanc, retires on B CAMORRA TRIAL HEARING AN END PROSECUTING COUNSEL ffOOEL OF SPOKE FOR TWENTY DAYS Rome, Mav great Camor ra trul at is Hearing a close After fourteen a vcr diet is expected by the middle lime KfforU have been made to shorten the proceedings Tile president of the court, struck off the list o: vutnciics all who are likely to givi a political tuin to the affair The crow n prosecutor San Toro set example of "brevitj" to the other counsel bv limiting his speech againsl (he Camorra to tvvent) daj s Since the trial began' 11 prisoners have been discharged. WINNIPEG'S AESTHETIC SIDE Winnipeg, May pre un- .der way for. the erection of an art gal lery here which will be similar, though smaller than the Hojal Acad em> in London site selected le immcdintely ,of Ihe permanent Industrial exhibition building. A first class fire proof buildlnir -will be er preliminary arrange- ments have peen completed, >tnd In connection with' it, the promoters hope to have. an art .school. BURLAP n splendid Assortment of Burlaps of the lieM qnnlily (or sale. s WELLINGTON BROS. tt t. fiukllehed 1M7 Phetn 147? the matter olhciall) with the admiralti, as 1 had no authority to do so I'he matter is one for .the Do- minion government alone. "'iou people in the east seem vo think- that we are demanding top much and that we should gn- cn all that we ask I cannot under- stand whj the east should taVe this MCW You seem to mVto pro- tect Canada on the Pacific and 5011 hesitate to proude thetiorpe which I require to give that protection With .Japan m the Paclhc apd other nations with naval forces there I tell .you that there should be a strong unit to look aftci 0111 dclencc It is imperatuel) required The tibiible is that the people of the cast do not know Canada man who can should-rrcss the continent I believe that no cue who has done sojand ha gnen intelligent attention to the co di liens win h exist will sav tin Uritish Columbia is asking for mo; naval defence than the interests ihc whole cotintu require INDIVIDUAL LIFE ONE BIG FACTOR SONS OF ENGLAND HEAR IN SPIRING SERMON BY REV. MR. MCMILLAN The nation Is no stronger than th-ji the key to the seimon deliveied at. St Cjprian's Church last night by Canon McMHIeln, on the occilton o the annual' church paiade of tlje 8 0 B lodge of this city It was thai Victoria Day Memorial service, and about fifty al members of the laraded. ai Canon McMillcn delltertd strong sermou, dealing with the reign ot the beloved Victoria, W'hose influence on Empire was the most qutsUmliflr: 'eatuie of that .ige It wai her Chiistian spirit, and her v-ominjy ;, -which built the British Bm pire from a-nation, which was not nek n any by other Euro lean nations, when she came Up'the hione, to the gwatest Empire the vorld has ever known. Since thai (me she has been followed b'y-'tjie ate King Edward VII known ani) oicd to all the world as Edward the 'eacemaker Ha follov.ed In hel oOtsteps in all matters afrectlng the noral welfare of the Empire, and' now he Sailor King George is ruling, the Htaplre her precepts. Tiie Church, the lodge and the. State -all arc dependent fol their stability n the individual members, and .'It-IS" nK bj taking thought of the more ,obl Clark wept Kentucky In the pemocratlc bnventions in 115 of the 120 !eoiin- es today. Returns from about half IG counties give him more than :3 loteo nrcesaa.13 to control the tate coiuention here on 20. One county instructed, for Harmon', ving hliii one and art-of another for Wilson, 'glviiiK m voles. The viiilory today will give'Clark Hie entire'detention .or from K'enturky to National convention. spend a week attending conference. .Jackson. and IHtle son, Douglas, leave at the, .end of the week on'- a' three- months' visit to Minne- apolis, South Dakota and Omaha Key. T. P. and Mrs. Perry went to Edmonton on Ihci will be 8wm for about ten dais .Katie Doyle, .who has been; for a ehoit time with her brother in Kdmonton, left last night for her home in Kingston, Ont. Mi and and Miss A-'.inon returned fliis [rpm a visit to Winnipeg ilelmcl left on the local this afternoon "affer spending the week' end, the Sues't1 of Mr Norman link Miss Ucher sang swcetU the solo part in the '''Sing 0 I leavens and Rejoice O Earth" at the ejeniiiL sen ice in St church l! Mr. and Mrs. .G.-V. Hutler and little son, Gilbert, a.nd Mi and Mrs V Doflley motored to Atidnapore, where tliej weir week-end guests Mrs Eckcrslei i The marriage w ill take place earlv quartette tables, which uere atirac- tivolj picth flowers and shad- ed candles. The Country Club's first dance ranks as tile ipost delightful eicr held in o'clock on Saturdav, May a pretty wfdiling was solem- at parsonage, when Miss (harlottc '1 timer, ol Drunqmn, Tjronc, IreldUti, was joined in -natn- monj to Alexander iftcConibe, ot etMOori, .Alia, Iloth bride and yropni were 'nnattewled. After a shorTlnp Mr and Mis Mc- Comlic uill takp up _ their residence on a. facm recenlh purchased the groom near Yctwpnd Mi. McCornbts labored successtully as a', missionary Al- Sundial, Lone Siar and Sweet Valley missions Uest. wishes are extended to Mr. and Mrs McCombe irom a host of fi mnds, especially in the fields men- tioned aboic. Clubs and Societies The Women's Auuharj of St Au- church will meet, tomorrow afternoon .at; 3i30-. t Mr Thomas Gurr w ill take charge of the prajer netting at church on Wednesdaj evening. The1 Brotherhood of St 'Andrew St' jVtigustin's chifrch will meet Tucsdaj night this instead this c) ening as 'usual i A vestiv meeting of St Cvpnan cliuich is called for this evening ia 5 sharp at rcclon The meeting of Westminster worth League tomorrow night be m charge of the Citizenship D A meeting of bojs interested football in connection.'with the: Sun day School A'thletic association wil be held in Westminster church thl evening. The .Women's Missionary. 'AuKil of hold their June of Catharine T (Katie) Card ]lc monthlv meeting on Thursday ner, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs jg.go p cordial invitation is ex Gardnei, and granddaughter ot to the ladies ot the congregi late lion Seliatqr Vidal, Sarnia, tlon. [o Hr Harrv lohnson, son of the ate Mr and Mrs 11 lohnson, ot London, Ont Justice Murphv and Mrs if Vancouver, H C announce the ngagement of their sister, Miss Vio- et Cameron, to James L, Killoiau, of Qodench The wedding will fake ilace in Toronto early' in June. Edmonton Journal Mr and Mis iohn Stocks announce .the engage rjent ol their daughter Elsie to Mr. lonald James Carter of Calgarj, the narriage to lake place on June 12lh Jiss Clsic Stocks is a daughter of he depute ministei 01 public works ind is one of the prettiest and most ppuiar of Edmonton girls. She is, loreovcr, a thorough Alberta girl, laving spent most of her life in the 'rovmcc. 'A social event of this evening will e the garden palU on Rt Augus in's rectory lawn. The affair will be pld in honor of the twenty-fifth an- iversary of tbc church, and all the letnliers of the congregation and hfir friends are cordially invited 'he Citizens Hand will furnish music, ny contributions, which .'are placed n Ihe plate at the. gate, will go to- the fund tor tKe new church tc Through an the lol- m'ing reference .Country-Cinb anceWas omitted 'in Saturday's is- uc of Ibis column The .S. 0. '10. hall presented a very t'e appearance on Thursday even- ng on Uie occasion of the Coiint.ry lub Garlands and festoon- of red, white and blue bunting nd flags adorned the walls, where so a unique and appropriate decor- Con was expressed in crossed golf liks The whole cffeol. enhaneed by ri-colored lighls, a M glow over clianiiitiRly gowned oiutn anil their escorts. The final examinations 01 the Tiacher Training class of Wes-tmins- ler Sqndaj school w ill be held at parsojiage this evening, the Rev. H Qodman, of Alberta Col lege, will preside A blismcs- meeting m connection with, the T. U: Institute wil' be held al ilje home 01 Mrs C Mc- Glcnaghan at 7 30 tomorrow' evening At the conclusion of the meeting those present will adjourn to the Y M C A to attend the meeting regard- ing the establishment of a Y.W U A. in Letbbridge. Of Interest to Women' In Lillian 'Whiting's "The Brown thii anecdote: "Iri the last days .in v.Venlce Bro'm'ning: was reading to his Ron and daughtei-in law that 'Epilogue' which sums up his own attitude to Its prob- familiar verse beginning, 'One -who never turned his back, biit marched breast and, paining at the stanza; Mid: 'It seems almost like praising: myself; to say yet it Is true, Uie simple truth, and so I shall not cancel it.'" Extreme whether at school or college, kirk or marked, is a symptom .of. deficient vitality There ,It a sort of dead-alive, hack- neyed people about who.are scarcely conscious of living except in the ex- ercise of some conventional occupa- tion. Brlnr these fellows Into the country, or act them aboard ship, and y6n will see how they pine for their desk or their study.' They have no curiosity; they cannot Rive themselves over ,to random: provocations; ihey do not take any pleasure In Ihe exer- cise of their faculties for Its own aakc. U Is no good speaking to such -folk; Ihey be idte, their nature Is not generous and they.puss Ke flours In a.sort of coma, which are not dedicated to tnrious jiloillnx 111 the sold mill. When they do not FOOT COMFORT IN THE HOT WITHER FOR THE LITTLE ONES 'v i We have just imported frorirye ancient city of Norwich a complete range l'of English Sandals on Nature FonrrDasts Theie are the moit comfortable footwear it to devise, eipecially in hot wekttier. The UPPERS are of the morocco, fewn and (trapped and well ventilated. SOLES are very strong but wonderfully flexible and are welted i English Sandals May be had in all sizes Sixes and 6 have single flexible soles and arc, per pair J5C Bixos 7, ,8, 9. 10 Inne welted soles and aie, per pair SJ.25 Sixes. II UJ a iid i mo pot pair TO SPORTSMEN: English Tennis Shoes Ujlpers made from a very soft while Buck- skin, geiiuine -Jiaud sewn Welts, full in. solid red rubber soles, S5.QO White canvas uppers with sewn rpd her soles, The Golf Broque Shoe As worn byiHarrj Vafdon and other noted till? well known "K" make in hhick' or brown The McGregor Football Boot Perfectly watei proof, Eusscl or brqwj} up- chrqmc sole, A cry rigid ob- tained withoM'thc aid, of steels per'' pair FOUND in the store on Saturday A gold bracelet. Owner can have same by applying at the manager's office Hudson's Bay Co require to "go to the office, when thev. are not hungry, and no-mind to drink, the wljple breathing' norld I blank to trierq. If they lave to ill for an hour or so for a thej fall Into a stupid fiance with their eves open To them, yoi would suopoae there was nothing to ook al and no" one to to, joi would Imagine Ibe'y were parabzed or alienated x As if a inan's soul were not tw, small to begin with, the; have dwarfed and narrow theirs by i life of all'work and no play. This does not appear to me as ig aucfess lii Louis Stevenson. ATAL ACCIDENT NEAR CRANBROOK Cianurook, Thtirsda; lornlng, nhile assisting to unload a arload at Ihe Standard Hill, Vm Cullmm was Instantly killed the car on which the )ois were load d had been run to the mill pond and he necessarj preparations made, the rk hook in position, and the de eased Vas wa.lklni! to the end of the ar, when he j it' Is supposed that MASONS TO MEET THE MEN TODAY SHOULD AGREEMENT It REACHED ALBERTA WltL CALLtD IN "I cannot aee on what grounda the maions are coming to us asking for an Increase in wages at thia said Mr. secretaiy the Lethbrldge Builders' ExchanEe to the Haiald this mornlnsr, "We raiMd the w ages two and one half cents per hour tolnnUrily this spnfig already, ahd can hardly thia latMl move on the part of'the maaona' un- ion" L A meeting of the Builders' i Ii- change nil! be held afternoon, when a committee fill he appointed to meet the committee from the rnai- ons' union. H no agreement ia reach- ed, the matter will be referred to Alberta Builders'; Exch.anse. It is hardly likely that an agree- ment wilt be reached today, conti actors are not disposed to difr ar, wnen ne -iuu, jv IB nnjiyvocu e pulled the jerk line, letting the loss cuss the matter In anj no in- own on top ot him. MOSEC CLAPP WILL OPEN THE St. Paul, confer-, nee between .Ormsby. .McHarr, of ew York, one of: the man- gers, Gilford Plnchot, former Chief orester, and other leaders of (he oosevelt in f.Minnesota, as ed yesterday by an an ouncement Seua- jr Moses'B. of'Minnesota, will robably act chairman the Republican National conycn- on at Chicago place of enator Udot. Utbbrldge without consulting the Provincial Exchange, and K tbe mitt are firm in their demands, it Is cer- tain that the Fiovmeial body will IM called upon to consider the matter In thai It Is hardly likely that a meeting could be arranged before Saturday, in ivhlch case the men wjll strike, unless they decide to remain at vvork, pending the conference tvveen the provincial executive of tie builders, and the masoni' local ua- Ions of the TALC MINES IN Talc mines have been Hastings county. HOLJR I AUCE ;