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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIttKinOIK DA 1LV HKltAJJ) Friday; May "Lethbridge Greatest Home Furnishers' We are placing new designs in our show rooms daily, and invite your inspection. Our Drapery Department Is now fully stocked to meet the most exacting demands. For Saturday and Monday We offer the following for cash: Lace Curtains Pictures, either of word- or pen, cannot..portray' the distinctive artistic excellence of the Lace Curtains, that we have .placed in stock. All are so new, so pretty, so de- sirable, that you willfeel repaid for the time spent in look- ing them over. Nottingham Lace Curtains 40 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains, size 30 in. x 2 14 yards, reg. 70; per pair 25 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains, size 40 in, x 2 1-2 yards, reg. per pair Linen Scrim Curtains 50- pair Renaissance Linen Scrim Curtains; sizes 45 inches bj J virds, Ecru color CO 7C Regular 00 pet pair I Q Brussels Net Curtains 12 Pair Brussels Net Curtains size f fiO in x J >ards, Ecru coloi, leg ?12 Battenburg Net Curtains 12 Pair, Battenburg Brussels Net Curtains; size (JO inches bj 3 jards, Ecru 4 A 7C rtegulai ?lt) 00 9 I Ui I O French Art Muslins In pink, cream and blue; regular 17 i-2c. 121 yard. On and Monday, Per yard Printed Scrims In j laige of colois, in -i p 1 For Saturday .tnd I fc 2 Bungalow Nets In very artisticj-design in white and .Ecru; reg- ular 30c, 40c, and .Oc pei jani, ,foi Ol) 1 Saturday and Monday fcfc 2 Bed Spreads Honev conjb patteiu, double bed OC regular I .09 Have you used Bawden Bros.' Magic Polish for furniture? If not, call and get sample bottle, then you will always use it. We pay freight on out-of-town purchases. Bawden Brothers 709-3rd Ave., S. Phone 625 VIOLATED THE BUILDING BYLAW COURT FINED MR. JOHNSON FIVE DOLLARS AND HE ENTERED AN-APPEAL. For infraction of the building' bylaw ,AY- II. Johnston was this morning fin- ed ?5.00 and costs by H. Bentley, J.P., in -the'police court, Aciion "was taken mgainst Jlr. Johnston because it was the belief of Building Inspector that it would cost more than and thereforeJuiposed a fine. The defendant immediately entered his appeal, and the case will be fought out in.the District Court. There, were several other cases of a long docket disposed of, today. The bakers, f who had decided to fight their, license, changed their'minds yes- terday afternoon, and paid up. Their hearing was set down for 'this morn- ing, so they were let off on payment j, of the costs of the case. Thomas Jennings, no- lice know little, but who does not to create a impres- sion appeared on i iliuge preferred Meech, that the alterations being'in Detective Cgan Jennings i anade in the alleyway beside the Mc-'cused of stealing two coats from a WILL FILL PLACES WITH NEGROES New York, May York' fac- es today a possible strike, of every union waller and cook in tbe clly. Two.thousand waiters, from a dox- j PU famous hotels ami restaurants, are now on strike, and unless .they win the fight for higher wages, shorter and recogntipu of their union, Althin twenty-four hours, 1 Nahb harneBs shop on Fifth street were not in accordance with tlie build- ing bylaw of the city, and as the al- terations would cost more than the amount set forth in the bylaw, the magistrate had no other recourse than to convict and impose a fine. Jlr. Johnston, who was at one time fin attorney in the United States, con- ducted hisv own. case, while W. S. Ball appeared for the city. The prosecu- tion called Jlr. Meech and Jlr. Bayne, a contractor, both of-whom submitted estimates of the work, if it were done according to the bylaw. Both showed tint the work would cost more than 125. -Mr. Johnston took the stand In his own behalf and proceeded to '.sho'w that the work done BO, Far bud cost only ?w. aud.that he was not infring- ini? on I lie bylaw. .Magistrate Hentloy held Mini if the i n-ork woro done according to (lie pro.! per specifications, it had been shown I fanner, "while his wagon was stand- ing at one of the livery stabl-es. The stolnn coats were in court as evid- ence. Magistrate Bentley remanded the case tili tomorrow, however, in order to tht oolite to make fur ther investigation Peter W. Eckford, charged with as- sault on A. McDonald was also re- manded. This is a case of domestic trouble, and will likely reveal some interesting facts. William Gram created a disturbance In the Salvation Army meeting last night, while unijer the influence of liquor. He was sent-to-the guard room for fifteen days HON. TV W. 'Ottawa, May June 17, Hon. T. W Crotheis will Ifnve irip a- cross the continent to inspect Indus- trial, conditions In -vWeslern centres, including the I.ethbridgc din- ers.have promised to order a general walkout. This order, according to. Ed'vvard Blocklinger, financial secretary of -Wallers' Union, would cull from their places cooks and waitors ill every ho- tel not already affected, and extend al- so to-employees of hundreds of ras- taurants and "quick lunch" establish- ments serving food at pounlar prices. Approximately one thousand negr.oes are in readiness to be brought into the city from southern points to break Hie strike, the principal hotel managers say. The negroes have been recruited, It Is said, from hotels and employment agencies in Florida, Baltimore. ington. Richmond, St. Louis and oth- er southern cities. At the Plaza ho- tel, where the wallers quit last night, negroes have already .taken up their work. "Most of the'demands of strik- ers have been granted Iiy the holel men, hut recognition of the union has been refused. -l LETHBRIDGE PASTOR IS ElMEiTPRESIDENT Rev. T. P. Perry Honored By Alberta Conference Dr. Carman Speaks on Results of Vote .on Church Union Edmonton, .May T. P. Perry, pastor of Wesley Church, Lethbrlilyv. was elected president at. this morning's session of (ho Alhwfii Conference of the Methodist Church. Rev, T. P. PERRY The newly-elected President of the Alberta Methodist Conference On Ins election lie made what Dr. Carman called a. model presidential address. Rev. G. G. Webber wag re-elected secretary. In bis address to the conference Or. Carman, thy general superintend cut, referred-to the matter of union sliding that tho Methodist Chiircl made tho proposition, which rusultet taken.'anil that tin Methodist' people, while thoy luu strong views' regarding tbe .basis 01 union, voted for union, thinking it to be in the Iwst interests of'thu churcli at large. -He spoke of tho great sis .tcr, church ,hi complimentiiry terms, but informed them in dividing the vote, asking first !'Are you in fa- vor of and second, "Arcs'yoi in favor of llto basis of, the i idea of tho joint conferences was not exactly followed out.' Now tbe Methodist Church was practically told to look after her owii. affairs, and while maintaining' an open-hearted attitude ii behooved it in tne interests of the work and in ih-e interests of British fair play to do so. In tlin ministerial session'it is un- derstood that the case.of.Rev. Mr. jt'ragg-'of Lethbridge, who is retiring I from' the Ministry to go into a mcr- [caritile career, came up, accompanied j by several recommendations which took the form of suggestions as to reforms. His reason for retiring was that he cou'UI not properly support liis family on the salary he .received, according to the schedule of the Al- berta Methodist conference. Tllli liAKOAlXS Wright, the Jeweler 4 liirjic Show lor One Vmk only. He mods I lie loom loi mxxK I'ho fit> (huh ad :il once. EATS TOAST THE WHILE' HE BEHEADS DEAD OFFICIALS (Oitnxu lutlrcsb) nun oul Uu iiiliitlillc or Mi Hordon "I til mill loibt while. Miu unit Is I ijliiroim [hat the civil ,u .111 Innovation in Ihe office of a Cabin-! administered et minister, but It is now the rule In n hasig Excellent Taste II r. PcllctierV "tiiiue. In toast by thosu have had (be (listing- uishoil honor of his sus- 'reals in that regard is sahl to be excellent. It requires the toust to bg just a particular shade of gold- en brown. Ill fares liic servitor when he bureau of tli-3 on. L..P. Fellelier, Having hcon toasted at a banquet given In liis honor in a I- er Ills accession to office, having icon rousted In the House of Corii- nons by lion. Kodoliibe Lomloux, and laving been fried in the provincial i which ended so disastrously or his prestige intbe Quebec district ast I'ostmaster-General eels the n-eed of .creature comforts dismiss' a Grit postmaster; and on is. sharpening his knife to'; goes a new slice .with as. much rapid- ity- as'SlK appoint the new Tory postmaster. And the Payment? No person outside Off the jci singes tlip bread, comes tho slice 'of the staff of lite with as much speed n's the.chief can IsmUjs jilivu or dead, vlio may happen to have been ay- ointed to office by tbe Liberals. Some Habits Other ministers sustain their trengUi while; engaged In their ard- cincts of the sanctum knows who pays for the b'reiid wliich is i LIKELYDECIDE TO STRIKE TONIGHT DESPERADO IS 19 YEARS OLD ous duties by eheying chocolate; and j verted into toast, wliich 'gives more no is known .to he addicted to the! power to the ministerial headsman, lebelan habit of chewing gum. But! but, presumably, as'tiic countrv has othing so conunon as that'would suit paid Cor the toasting forks; it 'also le Great Diamisser. He must be up! pays for the which is convert- to ditte, and so he has installed a gas' ed into toast, stove in his office, a liberal (no. not j Buttsr is served'on occasion, but Liberal, that 'word is uovcr used ii as a general rule. the'Posttnagter-Gcii- JIalii'ax, X..S., May he-ad of nineteen -year-old Stan in jail At Windsor, hang'the chargKs i whether lie shall.accept-the aUvicc ilr. Pelletier's a sufficient sui ply of aluminum tea kettles, and pans with toasting1 not forge tbe toasting purchasct from a leading departmental store and charged to tho country, anil duij transferred to the northwestern elul of the .Langevin block. The Reflections And now, -when MT. Pelletfer is dis- cussing in his own whether he shall keep, his ijromise made during; the provincial elections that if Mr.-De- lage, the Liberal, -was elected in Que- bec, he would "resign his seat, ot' murdering one man, shooting other with serious results, and bur- The decision-'as-to whether br not the masons.of the city will strike to- morrow be decided at a meeting be -to be in tbe Labor Triple with which 'the shooting was ydonc glarizing- two stores. were committed in All four criui Halifax wit t s yesterday. The "revolvers retary Chaphell stated this afternoon that the final'decision bad been left then. Yesterday a Communication', con- veying the .pf the masons to the builders' regarding the latteijs offer to sign up at 70. cents retary. Secretary of tho 'Builders' Exchange, states that no. communication iias yet been received. Tbe communication, however, 'was to the effect that the masons are firm hi their demands, and would, strike if. 110 concessions were' 'made, 'The president of the1 international Bricklayers' Union is now on his way to L-ethbridge from his headquarters tbe States. It: is generally believ- ed that the men will, refuse to go to work tomorrow morning, and that- the strike will be in effect until the arriv- al of the international president, when it will be quickly settled. Owing io the fact that the masons of both Calgary "aii-d Edmonton have were secured in the early hours of the morning jiy burglarizing shop on Water street. Yesterday'morning when the yoi-nj: man got ofi the 'train at ham tile hrakeman noticed two revol- vers' and a sheath knife in .his hip pockets. The second man shot' C'ody, assistant .to the mu'cilered stbrekeopar. Donaldson, who will like- ly recover. MINISTERS IN STAND UPFIGHT his Knglisli organ, the Quebec Chron- icle, and stay on the job, he has an ample supply of toast on-haml: bites he can reflect as to how much truth-there is in the Que- bec Chronicle's admission that the -re- sult in the Quebec district was dues to bis failure to keen, his pre-election ..pledges as to.the navy and, the. Ke-e- watln schools. And when he lias chewed delightful political admis- sion with his he can summon the servitor, and order a new supply of the golden brown delicacy which he so loves, and take bis revenge by issuing an order'For .decanitation of some widow, whose husband has been dead for five years, or otherwise oral prefers his toast .alt hough there have been times visitors have partaken of the delicious dainty and, in thai cas-e, 'fresh butter, direct Mr. Martin Burrell's al farm, adds 'flavor of- the toast. V Tea is also served -when visitors come, but when the 'Postmaster-Gen- eral is alone, the. gas stove. is conse- crated solely to the -manufacture oC toast. An Innovation It is an innovation in politics, this private kitchen in a minister's office. but it is capable of Indefinite exten- sion, and we Jim'y soon see tbe crea- tion -of., a corps de cuisiniers "whose duties it shall be to prepare tooth- some delicacies for each of .the isters as they perform, their daily tasks.., Each, ot course, have to be a s6otl: Conservative, vouched for by Messrs. Pripp and Cha- )ot, and appointed without the neces- sity, of passing an algepra examina- tion .by Prof. Shortt and Dr. Laro- chelle. Then, indeed, can the country sleep at nights, assured that' the gas- ronomic appetites of the ministers are .satisfied.: even theiiv-.-nolitical ppetites ireshj victims to REGINA FEARFUL CESSPIT OF EVIL London, May news despatch from Constantinople says that Minister of Marine and Minister of Interior had a stand up light ati .yes- terday's cabinet meeting as a 01 scveio binctures appearing among mauicd people exists in Re- signed up with ,tno contractors Tor. a in newspapers which charge- the Tiirfc-j gina. to ah alarming extent is the ac- engthy thertv u-ill be1 no sym- ifeh. flcyt with cowardice for ippni... MARRIED WIVES STENOGRAPHERS AND CLERKS GIVEN ;f0 BAD LIVES Kegina, Mask May im- onh among young men iiiid voiinir women and i'irls, but pathetic strike In either of .those cit-j jn Ooldcn Horn instead of ies, where .the maximum wage continue to he 70 cents per hour. RETAIL MERCHANTS ARE TO ORGANIZE Calgary, May July 2 retail merchants from every part .of (he pro- vineo will gather, at a. convention to bo held-in Calgary, for. the purpose of forming a provincial association, and discussing a number o? subjects of special interest to those engaged in tbe retail business. Plans for this convention were dis- cussed at a meeting the .Business Men's association, held in the Board of Trade rooms last when "Uio date of the gathering-was decided up- on, and a committee appointed to make finararrangements. Advices received by L. Cope, sec- retary of the association, indicate that the proposal is being favorably receiv- ed by merchants throughout the pro- vince, and that there Is likely to be a large representation at the conven- tion. Tbe convention will open at 10 o'-. clock on Tuesday, July 2. H is un- derstood that the Board of Trade will entertain the visitors at a banquet. ting out to offer battle lo the Ilaliui Heel. of Magistiate Trant who wanted to know what the social and room at a leading hotel fur immoral purposes; The case was heard in camera, hut 'Magistrate Trant is ait-, man sometimes had a .string oi men, evidence went" to show that the ivo- Umrity for the statement that the at times as many as live ot six, in'g in the parlor until H their turn to visit her in.her room. WHEN- HE WAS-AN ARDENT HOME RULER In the debate on the second reading of the honie-.rule bill in the of Commons, says an Tfhiglish oschai y COARSE SLOGAN IS HELD UP Winnipeg, Man., May. .is re- inoial reform league was doing ]ierc "thyt'tomorrow the' eu- citj clean. "I know for a, lerprising publicity Commissioner ol said the magistrate to porter, "that sonic men in this city are nmkinsr a regular piactice nl clianging tlieir wive.s with one an- othi'i. Immorality is rampant among the young girls of ihis .city, .Mr. MacVesigh created great aimrcp- Particularly stenographers and clerks ment by reading to the tions from speeches and articles writ- ten by L. Garvin in his aliat days. Incidentally Mr. -n- ed that, Mr. Garvin, during bis resi- dence at Ncwcastle-on-Tyne, took part in (he welcome given to O'Dooiovan .'lossa ami to "John Daly on their visits to that cMy. Referring io.tlie agita- tion to-" -tile re-lease of tbe' (ivnaiiiil- E) in 1S93, Jlr. Garvin ai-cording to wrote miter was the unjust'gov- ernment, and that JIG was no more ai excrescence of society-Lilian a partisan imlgo or a jury-packing lawyer. The of these uuotations .was lis- .ened to in silence by the opposition. Mr.. MacVcagb said lie would not lave referred to them but for 'the violent attacks on the Irish party vliich are made in journals control- ed by the journalist in question. .1, Is, sending out in- ly thousand postcards bearing the slogan "To Hell with Poverty como lo .law." Orders have been issued by the postmaster general'i department at Ottawa to'Hum all these uver to-Ihe dead letter depart- CANADA IMPORTING GREAT QUANTITY OF ORE To Make Good Bread requires good yeast, and to have go.od yeast you should "insist upon your grocer giving you White Swan Venal Cakes. A Tic package con- tains tl cakes. Kreo sample sent on request. White Swan Spices Cer- unls, Lhnilcd, Toronto, Got. HOSTAGES OF WAfl D.C., May ca- blegram to the Italian embassy an- nounces Hint 87 Turkish soldiers, .in- cluding three officers, who were cap- tured on the Island of Hhodes by Ilia Italian were sent yesterday to Italy, where thoy will be held, pending exchange as prisoners of war or 1111- III the termination of hostilities. c of il.e apartment blocks are {r veritable, hives of-licentious debauch-j c-vy, and arc uvetl as a rVnd by j joung connli'b for practices. 'Any evening you may these girls j climbfng the siairs of th." apartmrnt j Ashlnml, WlB.. Miiy hun- Mocks to visit joung men in and fifty fliousnn-tl tons of oro looms, or suites, and there they re- main until nil hours of the nigb't. Only rt'centlv evidence was MibimltpJ (luring, a trial bpforn me io thft cdcct thnf-at 'a certain dance hall in the east end, respectablr uurncn arf al- lowed to attend the dances free an entrance fee .of fifty CPnts Is fevicit j from mid Unlulh. So against those wornm who ,irr kn6wn gn-ftf riiih of boats io be leading immoral mps That in flint of Ibcnpfiavc had to wait itself is a fajrly good indication of for cnrifopn nnarty H week at these tbe condition, of things which txlslsftwo ports liefnro dock room, in the city loday. It scrms (o fnp (lfivo fllfl" to wnlt nearly have hcen contracted for lit be ship- ped from Ashland this season Io Can- adian lions. This Is fnorc I linn twice as rnneh ej'cr hits gone from tlr's port to C'fiiiifda In tuiy previous sea- scm, The ore trnilo from Luke Superior is still hampered by; the. grain trade tliat the lime has come ulicn "f feind oi a check should br put on such !o cargoas. practices; What js tho social and al reform league doing in this city? Beyond knowing ita of (lift .anization that is all UIP wp ji (hen cMstcncp It to A BHAKEMAN'S DEATH May WlUia Us- it, on the Can- ine tint heic is a hreo field for them j cnillhci1 to to do some good uork, yc( apfnr W entl> iiolhini! is biinc done iliy lliorliing Magistrate Trafil, s lenced i Momin lo four months' nrlsomnenf nn i Chirac of ran at 10! ihls .-t --o to whdi'fj lid died n few botn's nflervHrd. Jfe Hinio from Mupoiil, HI., mid bad In fhu iiiiDloj of the Cinadim ;