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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday. May 30. 1913 OWN SOAP Many happy Mothers are using Baby's Own Soap in the nursery not merely because they themselves were washed with it, when infants, but also because, ex- perience has shown that no other soap will help the skin so it so white, so so pleasant to cost as little. Own Soap is best for Baby best Jor you. i ii a l ALBERT SOAPS LTD, Mf.i, SUFFHAGKTTK OITHAUK ATFULHAM, ENGLAND 1 r J-- Aft l if ,JT J The pavilion altached'to the bowling green at Fulham, England, destroyed by fire JNSIST OH THE. "UMEMIS.Y HOSIERY FOE INFANTS -AND CHILDREN A Comparison of Pinks Every detail of "Little "Liitle Daisy" Hosiery is perfect. Kl Ask'your dtaier to siow you "I.itlle Darling" or "Little Daisy" Hosiery in _ TijtiK ahanc._ _ bed .adtoe. Allsizu for up tostrea "Little bttl and tot. All sizM for childttn under twelve, Sky Cardinal, BhcV, tin and Cffam. Yotirdtiler can Cost no maietfean inferior Xindi. Mark on the ticket, THE CHIPMAN HQLTON KNITTING CO., LIMITED Hamilton Canada Mtfli at Hamilton and WrlUnd, Ont. ondon Paper Says Britain Does not Want Three Empty Ships Ixmdoo, May 2S Conjaionting on v probable rejection or Premier Uor- a'B bill by the SeiiMe. "On the merils ot the bUl Canada's enale Is tight !u the attl- H has taken up. may been Ihe Gorman scare, as a re- utt ol which Canada was biouglii in, is now exploded and Great ttrji ould be relleitd if Canada nere 10 o back to instead of plan- ing 'the 'maintenance "f seven mH- on pounds worit of baulcFbips on ur estimates." Interesting Claim? for Adjudication" by American- British Arbitration Washlngicn, May the tngthy statlEtical arguments being resented-lo itratlon commlEEiqn, DOTI in session rcraantie and nteresting'slories ot sonie of date'back'.over a century.. One of tbese'is thaE of'thc Brkisb hip Lord Is'etEOD, nhs'rh was seized n the, great lakes by the United States two lo tbo out- reak of the war In 1S12. The L'nUed States co'uits later, decided that the elzure was UlegaK (In the meantime the United CStafpsVhad sold the ship cr and the money was paid >ver to a court When the owners of he Lord Nelson got their dcc.iE.ioa hut the seizure JBJJS and ask- d for their monejj tound that ;n employee ofi.ihe coart bail p pea red aad so had the irom he the, ccfart; so the iwners of the Lord Nelson got noth ng. The claim !s 103 years old. acd 5 -for 4 per cent, interest in addition so TUB up into a To-morrow _________ Shoe Specials Something Snappy in Seasonable footwear Men's Oxfords, all leathers, values upjn for S3.65 Birry. Hti-H, Hagu., Women's i values up to Sec our "windows -and promptly, as sizes will not Remember, Friday i only, and [special pi- v You.will 'get properly buying shoes in a sboo store and leave old-ones-for repairs, before tlie irbitral tribunal ifc one connected with the Cayuga Indiana. These In dians granted 'Tands" to 'the Unttcc Itales (n 1795, now known as County, X. for a perpetual f 2300.v. Tbe CayuEa-lilians, wild be exception'of Into Canada, uhere they are now locatci and called the Cayuga nation. !n the of IS12 Joined the British against the United Slates; and Aracri ca cut off the payment of the annuit) the Canadian (Jayugas, so theli betrs are now asking 4he arbllral tri bunal for it. with 4 per cent. Interest end it is expected-1 the claim amount to about One oith another queer twla to it involves.tce'ahooilng of a no man. A a Canad an. a few years ago 'jislted for some time In Michigan. where Unite' Slates troops were errfarnp'ed. A de eerier ducKed past a sentinel, an called upon' to halt. He did not heed the naming and, the 33ntlnel Bred. The ballet struck'Miss Harden-. head, who was passing at that mo- ment, and tilled usr, and her heirs are suing the United Stales govern- ment for damages. One case that came up against Can. adVls that of Sa'muel Clark's He was an American who bought some Canadian' land 'from ii.Toseph IlTandt, an Indian was said at the time to have teen author- ized by Ihe Canadian covemmrnt to sell the land. The Canadian gorern- ment, however, refused to ralil. sale, f.'lark Ion; and his heirs arc now suing the Canadian gov. eminent JOT damages. Some time during (he eighties n number of exporters from Canada shipped quantities of. haled hay into tills country. The United States cufi- toms on the ;borrier held bated hay to be a manufactured ar- ticle. They exacteil a duty of 20 per ard collected it. Th'o Coilid States courlt later decided that baled hay Is not a manufactured article and was subject to a duty ol-only 10 per cent. A clelrr, his .with arbitral trlhoiial for the amount bf duty psid nnil Intc-reet. The claims ol subjects igalnst the United Hlattv, total 550.000, the Aincrlran claims icili-Bt Gicat iirltaln segregate Henri M. rormagcol of France, Sli Kit7.patrlrk, o1 ominlon of Canada, and CbauOIC; Thf foot Toggery Andersoa, former counsellor ol.the United States department of slato, tbe coaimUiloners. Robert Lan- flng is the ft'ga'nt; HeJbc-n Clark Jr., former solicitor of tbe slate depart- ment, the counsel, and T, S. Young, the aecrelary for the United States. Great Hrttzln'a agent Is C. J. B. Hurst, A. Clark Kerr of Iho British emcassj- the recreary and II. H. D. Pierce, former American minister ,to Xonvay; A..P. .McKinletrj-, Charles E. WHaon and E. L Newcorcbe, thf counsel for the British government. TO PRESERVE NATIONAL RELICS Jjondon, May ancient mon- uments bill ahlcn emr-onera local authorities to acquire ancient monu- ments wlthtn jurisdiction passed the committee stage in the Mouse ot latt night. Though notliici was EaH about American dollars, (he object of the 1411 ia to prevent cherllbed relfcs being sent out of the country. SOME EIGHTH GRADE PUPILS IN SPOKANE COUNTY GAVE UNIQUE ANSWERS Spokane, Wash., Mai VniteJ States produces "potatoes and that tbe earth "turns on its and Hal "congress has the power to grant divorces' a few of Ihe nell-meant answers turned in by several eighth grade puijfs of.fSriokam county In answer to question's 'put in an examination. Members bl amining board hasten to say thes; answers are not lyniciVaB the aver age of grades In the eiaminatloti high. In answer to a'lucsl'on in geo calling for four tlio Missitainpi thb live TO DRINK A TEA THAT IS PERFECTION USING ORDINARY KINDS SURPRISES MOST PEOPtE AND MAY SURPRISE YOU, TRY And if sou don't find It superior lo the Tea yon hnvc nalng jcwr mnnoj will he rofnnderl by }0nr grrcor. cUtteni of TJalted one Mlialciiitpl riv- er -A ver? healthful to iho people. In case, of a flro they could get Into boats and escape from far and wide." Tfm question calling for bill of frtro anil aekir.g the chlitiren to name whora Iho artEcles were produced itumped majiy. One j'outh declared that "po- latoea and gravy came from the-Uni- ted States" Another sakl that a bill of fare should include hear meat from Alaaka, while another tfaat cake" would be desirable. She ex- plained It be made from vanilla, which would come from Cuba. WHEN YOU WANT A CHANGE I'roni Fresh Meat TRY >Sonic