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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May THE LETHBRIDflU! HERALD It's ''SAVING THE THE GREATEST RAILROAD PICTURE-EVER PRODUCED. SPECIAL" A bis special feature procured at great picture brimful of dramatic Interest and exciting situations; showing the true devotion of an .Engineer's wife and little girl. Is one that will make you throb with excitement. A delightful ind scieumng Comedi that will mikollic 1 di on bull pup "Rowdy" popular fiom one end of the couutij to the other Bring the children, ill' K r> A lelieihiiit, comedj which is i tents ot "Rib Ticklers" that ono ugh to bilnt laughing teais to i man whth two Majestic Th eat re Tonight THE REALISTIC WESTERN TIME HERE "The Stampede" By Cecil B.'DC Milte, Author of David Warfkid's Great play- Return of Peter Grimn, Strcingheart, etc. PRICES Toe, 50c, 25c. li'OX SEATS SEATS ON SALE AT ROCHON'S ICE CREAM PARLORS. SOUTHERN DIVISION OF BASEBALL LEAGUE Organization Includes four Good Ball Towns 'Raymond, May af- the. live wires of: baseball 0" 'he ariri_a 's faun's smith of met hero and organized the southern division or the Southern Alberta league, drawing'up. a schedule cf games. The representatives rt tiie conference w-are as follows: Card- sl.on. A. A. Perry; F. C. Steele; Raymond, Dr. .1. El Amos, McD. Tail. T. J. George 0 ind Warner P C Limg Os car Berg and John Liiker. Stirling and New Dayton delegates did not. put in an appearance, thus making it include them in the schedule. The meeting was held in the council chambers, and after a few introductory remarks "by President Tait. o[ tile Raymond Laing, oC Warner, was elected to the chair. R C. Steele was appointed secretary, pro tern. There was no time loat getting down to business, and Mr. of Cardston n- upon to address the meeting. Affiliate With Northern Division Mr. tPerry said-that he was pleased to see the interest that was manifest in the different towns, and he thought that there would, be a.gooo, grade of bill plnjed this seaum He that the league should form, the south ern division of the South .Alberta lea gue being affiliated the central organization, .and that the champions in each division -should pla the "inals foi the chtmpionsliip Cup. Dr. Amos explained the original pur- pose of the ,form a all the Southern i Al- berta towns, {.he league to haye two sections. A meeting was to be held in Lethbridge, to which all these clubs were invited to sent! delegates Of) southern towns, only Cardston ind Warnei weie It was, therefore, inferred from tin's that no league was desired resultlnt in the one-section combination being effect- ed. The doctor said that he was of the opinion that the towns of ston, Magrath, Raymond and Warner would be welcomed into the league should they ask to be admitted.. He finished his speech by moving-that a southern division of the Southern Al- b-arta league be organized. This was seconded by Mr. Perry, and passed; The election of officers was talten up, resulting in the following energet- ic sports being elected to the various positions Honor irj president Martin Woolf, M.P.P.; president, J., A. Has These Fit-Reform Suits are Fashioned in Strict Accord with London Styles. Trig coats with natural shoulders, and soft fronts from collar to bottom of skirt. Waistcoats cut high, and Trousers with straight lines. You can get these new Suits in patterns that are really exclusive. McKELVIE McGUIRE. Magrath; vice-president, F. S. Leffing'well, Warner; secretary- treasirrer, W. McD. Tait, Raymond. H will be seen from tins that all the towns are represented in one or the ol.her, and a glance at the names of the officials of the lagnc Is enough to satisfy one that they will make things go. They are boosters of the livest calibre. League Regulations In broaching the subject of regula- tions governing the league, Mr. Perry moved that the association adopt the .bylaws of the Southern Alberta Lea- gue, with the exception of the clause relating to umpires, and that, instead of outside umpires, this official shall be selected from the home town. This was seconded by Mr. O'Brien, and duly passed, The rest of tho meeting was de- voted to drawing up of the schedule, which was no easy- task. Finally MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) "The Squjw ,A thoioiighly realistic and Interest ing pbj, most coininenilably peifoun od, must be'the leidlct ot those wlio witnessed the potformanco ot the Clarence Bennett Company in "The Squaw Man" at the Majestic Theatre. There were the usual features of West ei'n :melodrama, the presence of. cow boyW'the firearms, and an in dlaii'Cllicf in {Ull warpaint. ;But there nothing In the acting ot their exponnents, nor anj thing which tended to the ridiculous The norfoimers kept well witUn the pro of their icspeotive parts The centra! rlgure in'the piny was Captain James after- wards "Jim represented b G. V. Dill. He acted the role in most convincing manner, not only in the great moments, hut throughout Tabba'wanna; ns played by Clarence Bennett, 'was the ideal Indian chief, and much interest was added to the play by the capable manner in which Miss Iftina Marshall and Al. Smith re- spectively the paits of Lads Dia'na and Big Bill Altogether there was a deal of color and interest. In the performance. Tonight the Bennett compain pre sent "Tiie and if the man- ner in which they "The Snuaw Man' is anj criterion the pub lie will look forward to an evening of solid entertainment Great Railwroad. Picture "at Star-land The program at Slarland includes one of the, most famous and inteuscl) dr-.iiat'C railroad pictures pioduccrf This picture is entit- led "Saung the and is tho latest addition to the long list of modern motion iihotojsiapln, and also one ot those "rare treats" we cnlv seldom get the chance of seeing H 1H1JII 1IU 4- 111H11J f smsiacton igreement was arrhed at. 'Jhe Mnops.s of the ston lf; -as fol- all the delegates feeling that it was an ind just to town in the leigue U least this was the sent! of in frain Jug the schedule. Mr T ut alluding to baseball as a means of encouraging, the 'halMibliduy .movement, .spoko strongly in tax or of an .words that the games be all played on Wed- nesday. If this was made the pre- vailing nile the teams could be cnr- ried to the. various'towns by. autos. Some discussion followed; at le resulting in the passing of the lowing motion of JIr. Perry, that the house proceed Co formulate a sched ule providing ntthy games on 'sdnesciay afternoon as possible This motion was Stcondul Mi ,Nye, and accovdinsly passed. is working hard to get the mid-week naif-nona; vogue in' Raymond, ami all the towns oC the that the meeting approve of the efforts .that are be- ing made to establish a weekly half- holiday on Wednesday afiernoon, and that i -copv of lesolution be seni to er> chant in the towns-- of Alberta, more especially that poiiion Ijmg south of Leth- bridge. Financial Matters Aired "In discussing the subject ot expen- ses and gate receipts, Mr.. Perry mov ed that the visiting teams pay theii own .expenses, and that the home teams -have all of the gate receipts, with the provision that the home team arrange for.'the accommodation white in town of the Warner team. This step .was .taken after much comment and debate. The reason for this stip: illation, favoring the Warner team was made because of tlicni having such a long distance to travel, incur- ring a la ge which would work a. hardship on such a small town. It'was the opinion of the meet- ing that this a'ction wbiikl be satis factory to the other clubs This concluded th-e business, and the meeting adjourned. The greatest of enthusiasm prevailed, and there are fine prospects -for better nail than lias hitherto been seen in this part of the country for many years The schedule provides for the op- ening of. the league on June 5, andl the closing game on July 31, just covering two months. Each team will play two games at home and two away. 4 The'holiday, games have been "pete Black, who has soni" time brrn looking un AUs Jim is the of 1hc rng nerr of the special, dHer- nilnes to'-win her fair means He visits the engineer's home during Jim's Absence, and makes ad- vances ip Jim's which arc rc- puls-Ml in angei Pclr Black with murder in his heart, starts down the railroad track, and unobserved, places "-ome Hcavj tips across the track, m- tcndint, to the sprml of which Jim While IK the engineer. He re- turns Jim's home and urges Mrs White to tun him she refuses, he i tie's to kiss lici, and -.he strikes him SdlrT i ioHiWg-pm find inutks him sens'lcts In the meantime, her little girl, coming home fio-ir the -tic1 .icro'-s the track lushes fh ha mother ho fiom in .idioinipg room 'I he moili- cr the t'o the girl with in- structions to- hold the' villain at bay, while she rushes along the track and removes -the ties, from: the track. She is uibl in the nick oi-timc, and th mes. oi people, not the least of whom is hci own husband "The Lniiineei 'I his is a gieat pictuie and throbs with intensity and special music and effects will lie supplied by Messrs Ilooth ami Sheiv oori which will ddrt ureall to the merit of this his; feature. Apart from this there are two comedies that .Might, both and old .mil ai'e. enough to bring "laughing tears" to two "glass eyes." A MEDAL FOR CARPATHIA'S CAPTAIN Washington, O.C., May Senate passed a joint resolution ex: tending the thanks of Congress and appropriating for nrednl to Capt.- Arthur Rosthcrn, of the steam- er Carpathia, and also a vote of thanks to the Carpathian crew, resolution was introduced by Senator Smith at-the conclusion of bis. speech, and was immediately ad- opted without reference to a commit- tee by the three large towns. The sched ule follows June at Warner; Card ton at Raymond. Juno at Cardston, Tune nner at June at Raymond. June at Warner, June at Mag-rath. June at Magratli, June at lulj it Cardston July at-Raymond, July at Cardston. July at. Cardston, July at Magrath. July at 'Raymond. July ;ft Warnei July at Cardston. j July at .Alagrath. July at Raymond, July at Warner. July at t July at Raymond. TAKES IT ALL BACK Wollnnd Uoard of Trade has passed n resolution regretting one ratified ft wtek ago condemning real estate ex- ploitation, holding 'that it is too sweeping. JUST THE OPPOSITE WAY 4 Through a clerical error, the report of starting operations on the Jxipp-Suffleld1 branch of the C. P. H. was made'-to state that the Loth bridge Hoard of Trade hail opposed tho starting of the fine at Kipp. What was intended was to stale that the .Board of Trade opposed a change whereby Kippi. would not be tho starting point. Conatipation- an enrmy within the camp. It will untlcrminc the strongest constitution fend ruin the most vigorous health. It leads to indigestion, biliousness, impure blood, bad complexion, sict headaches, and is one of _the .frequent causes of appendicitis. To neglect it is slow suicide. Dr. Morse s Indian Root Pilli positively cure They are entirely vegetable in composition and do not n'clten, weaken or jripc. Preserve your health by taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root PilU Bishops' Powers and the Marriage Laws (Continued from front for Instance. Thcro are fifty Ro- man Catholic In that city, and about.. three, times as many ot other denominations. The re- quires that to stay, a, marriage, no. ttlce must he served on some officer. It is set forth in the act that the tides marriage must there no opposition. This shows the ntitus of tho parties." The Chief '.'What argu- ment is there fop Mr. "That Is Just argument. If the argument .of Mr. Laileur is good, then banns .are use- less. A man could easily, if resident at Montreal, Journey to some other part of the province and get married." Chief "In that event, banns would be useless Mr. "That is so My contention is that there 'must be some one party with special qualifications to solemnize marriage." Justice Idington "In the case of a priest, must it be a priest in charge, of a JIr "It must be the parish L Justice 'Idihgton-r'Supppse; a man does not belong to any parish17" Mr "That is impossible in the Rorriaii.CathoIiciohurch. Once a Roman, always A Roman Catholic, in the eyes 'of the church Justice idmgton "But. if he has no place of Mr "Then he is a. vag- abond." Mr Migneault went on to that in the Roman Catholic church a man a fixed place of resl deuce was held to be a member of the parish in which he had been bap- tized. When No Marriage Exists Justice "Supposing a man ot no church and a woman of no church were married; and lived togeth pr.for some what uould be the status under the Quebec Mi' The marriage would be null I saj 'here nev ei h id been a marriage IiiBlira Then the child 1 en would be illegitimate' j Mr "Not under our m Quebec Artfcle Slit) th c i Lleanng bale on Trimmed Hats, Up Un trimmed Shapes, and Up Lethbridge Millinery Co. L. A. Scott, Mngr. 514-4thAve.S Phone 487 brought Into affctr the cup itulatlon." The Chtirch of irif lirt'd Chief Justice the power'ot licensing must have been given to the ROvernor-in-counolL" Mr. quwtion of repugnance was to Justice Ohureh ot England establiihed m Mr do not admit thit it was established." .Tuitice ,the'. bishops ere appointed by King under the great seal, which goes A long way to establish U" Justice thought It-prtt- ,y w ell established when I was a boj, and things have not changed." Justice course, ifwas not established, as jou would the meaning in England. There, the bish. ops sit in'the, House ot Lords" 1 Mr far It goes, the AnEIlcan Church was not eatab clearly sajs that if the marriage is contracted in good faitl' in this "sij, but through igmnanco of the whlch, to the the are M, Justlce mcn tionecl a citation from, which stated that in 18-11 the siiftragan bish op of Montreal a Roman Catholic, tected. The children are always pro- tected Tins poinrls absoliitelj mis conceived and, misconstrued peo- pie ft ho are jesponsible for tiie agi tation. They have no right to mis cqlistrue the law In this waj, and ira .pule that the, children are thrown on the noilcl as Illegitimate j it u> not the Ian ot 'lie pioiince of Quebet, and never was' Fn oinnr nmrts youi lau. produteb all ti'e mil ef feels'' Mi Justice Iie( mean- ing the husband) marry again' there is no mar- riage, he is free to do so." Justice 3Cti con end here that Parliament has no pow ir to declare the status thus brought llr In mj opin.on, the marriage, is, null, alKl is not properly solemnized, and is not a marriage." Justice 'Vou say the Par liament of Canada cannot cure, if there is an 111'" Mi The solemnization is the provinces, and the Do- minion cannot mterfeie in a pntithe ma-rriage, s'.ich as you refer to.' Justice intend to go as far as to say personal Chief tiuestiou would seem to effect the B. N. A. Act." Mr Migneiult, continuing along this Sine, showed from sections of the civ 11 code that the priest had a right lo perfoim mil pages The authontj irom whom he received 'his report was the bishop. An Unwritten Law Chief j oil gomq to show that the bishop has tho right jnder the law? The law assumes the aishop lias Hie right, but does not isk where he gets it." Mr. is': a statutory right is statutory, you must not go on ind show the bishop's authority, Air. in recognized by w. and that Is sufficient." Counsel then pointed out that (he conclusion he wished .to reach was: 'What is the law regarding solemn- Prior to 17H5, he maintain- ed, tlin law ot the province was the old law of France, in so far as the reg- sters, or keeping of registers, was concerned. The old law of France was in force in effect. Justice yon not think the instructions of governors altered JIr. There were secret and public instructions Justice it has never been disputed that when territory IB acquired by a .conqueror, the Crown can alter the laws luatlce tn'Ke the laws as they stood one day before capitulation in and one (lay af- [cr: Before, no ailthor.lly 'was recog- nized by the people but that o-i the Roman Catholic church, and I am very much surprised .to hear counsel aiipareully say that there would he no repugnance by the aulhoritlcs to flic old law. Would yon1 not say that the English common law, at least, had been appointed b> the King Chief Justice 'Impossible' It could not have, been.., I would like to see _j_ JIr. Justice distinctly re- call 'the The..appointment was uy the Crowii, subject to confirm ation by the Pope, was re ceived." Mi Migneault, continuing said that anj special laws did not confer anj powers on ministers outside thpir own congregation Sir Louis jou si> tbej, confined to niarrying only those attended their own church' Mi I submit Is' so." "ni 1 look on Presbjtenan Church PB established in Canada, as fai as it is possible for any church to be established Where L.wyf.n Dlujrsc Mr Migneault then stated thit had considerable objection to offer to the construction, placed on paTa graph two of section 121 of the Qne- bee code bj Mr Lafleui This section-reads: '.'All priests, rec- tors, ministers and otliei officers alltli orized by the law to. keep registers of acts of civil statutes-are competent tn solemnize marriage But none of the officers thus authonzed can be compelled to solemnize a marritge to which anj impediment -exists accord ing to the doc'Hne and bsliet of Ml religion, and the discipline of tiie church to 'which he belongs." That the effect 01 the second, para; graph favors the view that Roman Catholics can only be married before a priest, was Ail Migneanlt's user tion Because there was nothing compullable, it does not favor 'the view that Roman Catholic priests have no exclusive rights'among their own congregation. If their rights were not exclusive, then v marriage could be compelled.. The law recog- nized this as an impediment, and, therefore, he sifbinitted'his view, that only a priest could legally marry Ro- man Catholics. It does not go the length of sar- ng that some'one else can perform :he marriage, he stated. Another ob- jectlon tho quMtion of censei. In they ctn be ed from officers tppojated by tb9. Crown. It is to certain penont gated by .the government; nuit be given at It no impediment ,7he Gathokla bishop and the Crown out tyrth peoM vith the pubHotka of dlillnction ii Intvem CttboUe u< In'thli regird. one quettjoti tlons; line, before I What li tie ef' foot of Bolemclutlon marrlava be- tween CathoMo before a Catholic prieet. It ibttuld be, and I maintain that it that thej marrlaee is and thoul4 be 1t no marriage existed At this point the count roie foil the day Mr Migneault will continue his reply to Mr. Lafleur tomorrow; after which Mi Hellmuth, KC, nill reply to Hon K.O. LEAVITT HAD EASY VICTORY Leautt, 1 he first it tl.c Mutual League'was play- ed .'.j Glennuood between that tenji and LeauU on Vfcioria May 24th The result 20-5 in of LcAMtt" Tor the first setcn m- ninjrs Glennwood iim while Levitt Kept piling up 2 or 3 inning 'Hit, Glennuood team saillj necls piaclise With that they ought to shew up picttv good Lea- Mlt was in good trim and uere out to the fiist league game, and they did it in light good shape On 25th Glennuood took a trip- to Hillflpring lo plaj isilh that team the second league game of the season The game there was closei Ihan Ihe daj before N'eaih the uholo town of Glenuwood went to Hitt- 25 huggj loads of peo- (it is reported) only one sick ladj in town But with all theiq cheering Glenmtood under. Tt uas a hot contested game raw hemg made under the closest playing. The fiaai score stood 7-5 in Hill spring. Leavitt should have playrd same day at Mt. A icv, hut for some icason Mb "V lew luve not jet s CHINA HAS ITS WORRIER T'en TBin, May Kind, of is oush opposing the proiwsed meiit of the Nankin army., The; sum of 000 hart been handed over Lo_ tiia Pekin authorities for. military: purpodes Two walled cities Ohio Yang, oc- cupied by a force presumably of Kpy- rebels 1 he countrj w CBtward probably also will fall Jehol their News, of the serious state of affairs is being suppressed author Hies. A BLAKE- Thc Dominion'.government will like- ly erect monument to Hon.- Edward Blake at Ottawa. EVEN IN YOU ARE NOT A MILLIONAIRE: you will feel like one when- d re as od In a suit thitt been" cleaned ntifl prossed at ClefinerR.- ,By our'methi ods iv-.o add .a style and em art- ness to the cut of your gir- ments that give them the .ap- pearance of the best tailor-made it is a well, known fact that clothing- lasts much longer when regularly cleaned and pressed. We trtean any thing that can be tains, draperiM, !aces, silks and satins t Ilic Crown Opp Wesley Church, Phcht 474 ;