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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETTIBBrPCE DAILY HERALD Friday, November I. For Nursery Use you cannot take chances on Four generations of Canadians have enjoyed the creamy, fragrant skin healing lather of Baby's Own Soap- the Standard in Canada for nursery use, on account of its known purity. Baby's Own is Best for for You. ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, Mlrs, MONTREAL. WOULD MEAN AN END TO WAR CONCORDAT BETWEEN BRITAIN AND GERMANY WOULD IN- FLUENCE THE WORLD YOU ARE CER- TAIN of satisfaction when you buy poultry hero. All our poul- try is specially sel- ected to retain your custom. Meat Marfct J. MURPHY, Proprietor Majtttic Theatre Block, Phone 635 THE REFERENDUM WORKSJOTH WAYS CORPORATIONS CIRCULATE PET! TIONS AGAINST LEGISLA- LKELY SUCCEED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Saskatoon, Nov. Schmidt, Mlose preliminary hearing on a charge of murder was concluded yes- lerday afterucorj, was committed at its close by -Magistrate 13rowil to stand trial at the next flitting of the Supremo Court. Asked if he had any- thing to say, tile accused, with bowed head and a pitiful look, said: "No, I linow-nothing about it.'' Phoeni.v, Ariz., Oct. tho makers of the Arizona constitution adopted the Initiative and referendum they said that if the corporations fore ed au unfavorable measure through the legislature the people would have a chance to kili it by the referendum. They talked much about what a wea- pon they had put into the hands of the people. The railroads, however, are showing the people that the referen dum works both ways. The first session of Uie Arizona leg slature passed several Jaws that the orporatfons did not like, and thut the railroads considered unfair. The railroad companies got up a petition against these measures, and thus threw then into the hopper for refer- endum action. As a result the anti- railroud measures were automatically suspended until tho referendum vote could be taken, and the voters could have a chance to pass oa them at the polls next week. Many politicians expect the meas- ure will be defeated. The eorpora- 'tions employ more than half the resi- dents of the State. i London, Oct. Anglo-Ger man undenstamllug com'oreneo coin- posed of hundreds of representatives of commerce in tlerniauy and gland met- at tho Guild Hull yes- tenlay. Sir William