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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. November' THE DAILY 1TERALD NO ALUM MAGIC BAKING POWDER WHERE CANADA IS FALLING DOWN PATRIOTISM DOES NOT REACH LENGTH OF VOLUNTEERING FOR NAVAL SERVICE MILADI EDITED BY "INO" 12SM (TWENTY MEMBERS FAVOR HADLEY Now York, Nov. mem- bers oC tlvs Republican National com- mltiee have thus far, in an Inform- al vote, expressed their intention to vote" for the .selection, of Governor Hartley, of Missouri, to fill the va- cancy on the Republican ticket caus- ed by the death of the Vice-President, according to a statement made by Charles Hllles, of the Republican Na- itnonal committee tonight, supple- menting his announcement of last night. There arc forty-eight members of the National committee. AUSTRIAN FLEET SAILS Vienna, Nov. first division fcf the 'Austrian-Hungarian fleet, con- sisting oC the three battleships, one cruiaor and two torpedo boat destroy- ers, left the uayal station at Pola for the east during the- night. The exact destination ot" the warships is not known, but the commander of the div- ision has been ordered to report 'to the 'Austria-Hungarian ambassador at Constantinople, from whom he will ascertain where the vessels can best be employed. I. FAVORS ADVISORY BOARD Ottawa, expert board to advise the marine and fisheries in the fishing industry generally, is being considered the minister. The idea is to have branches of the fishing In- sea, coast and lake and on as advisory board, which would meet regularly, and deal first band with questions af- fecting the fisheries. Legislation along that line is anticipated.at the coming session. London, Nov. C. The visit oE Lieut. VYhilti of tlm Canadian navy, on a recruiting mission here, is not cpinment. It is an- nounced that the mission Is necessary because employment in Canada that it to'ob- tain local'. recruits.''Toilay 'Truth says: "The .training of'colonial .sea men was one, argument, advanced fo locit'l navies. Aiislralia'wiih a small cr population1' of Canada i: out her'plan so eflectivcl; that the admiralty has just lent more" cruisers, hut if at a time when the shortage .of our own personnel i so notorious Canadians come here tc take the cream of our recruiting sta tions by offering more tempting terms they arc not contributing much our sea power." THK OTI110K joyed Hie dancing tu .splendid music No matter how much you love her, {supplied by Miss pianist. No matter huw much she Those, did not care to dance, cn- There will always he space lor other Who sits by your lireside, tuo. Vou may; not be able to grasp her, THE SUGAR BEET The saccharine contents of beets in- crease in proportion to the growth of the plant. When deprived of the nec- essary amount of "water the beet throws its roots downward and out- ward in search of moisture. In doing this the beet assumes a tapering shape The process of sowing seed from'those that taper mast perfectly is followed until a beet about'li foot long aad weighing two and one-half pounds developed. This shape and sine will contain from thirteen to -twenty per cent, of sugar. The beets are peeled, ground into and covered witli water, the sugar being taken into the solution. The pulp is excellent fod der lor cattle. PEACE RIVER GRAINS Toronto, W. Cafveth, of Grand Prairie, Alta., has sent Robert Hay, a loading grain dealer, a number of samples of 'grain grown in the Peace River district They are all pronounced to be excellent, "both in color and (jualltyi The barley is es- pecially- fine. SUSTAINED THE CALL Toronto, Nov. Presbytery of Toronto today' sustaine dthe calls extended to Rev. John Mac-Neil, of Liverpool, Eng., by Cooke Church, To- ron to. DESPERATE PLOT OF ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTES Propose to Destroy Bal- lots at Coming London Council Elections tendon, Nov. terrorist sec- tion of the suffragists is rapidly reaching the stage at 'which it will have to ,he stamped out as an enemy of human society. The latest Pankuurst policy has shocked oven 2Ur. and Mrs. Pet sick Lawrence, who do not usually stick at trifles. The new terrorist plan oE cam paign is known only to tfle initiated, hut it ia believed' to include a plot to destroy the ballot papers at the bor- ough council elections throughout London in Novemb-er. This conspir- acy is made possible by the fact that women'householders arc on the regis- ter for municipal elections. The pro- posed plan, as reached, is a very sim- ple one, A woman Jiis sub- stitute, for personation is part of the scheme, will utilize the secrecy of th, polling booth to ins-ert under cover of ]icr ballot paper a small tube'con- It brings Good. Luok on Bak- ing day because roquliiU of a perfect baking powder ia ombodjfd in "Alberta's "AtbortaV Best" in pure, ab- solutely pure. "Albarta'a is pcfootly free from any substance injurious to 'health., "Alberta's Best" ia is known by cooks your grocor for it todny. talning a powerful corrosive fluid. This will fall into the box, together with the paper, and will do its work until the ballots are emptied on the table at the counting of the votes. Presumably the of this scheme In the press will result in the taking of frustrate the plot A conspiracy of this kind would be quite in keeping with the latest.terror- ist outrages, and 'with. character of Mrs. Pankhurst'g threats in h-sr address a few -days ago to the Wo- men's Social Political Union. "They were just as much at said she, "as the people of the Bal- kans, only they fought in a different way, being women." She might have-said thqt being wo- men, they have been treated hitherto with a leniency that would not have been shown to male offenders. But it will tiike only a little more provo- cation to arouse a general demand for the full and impartial application of the- law. The Times reads the popular senti- ment correctly, when .it warns tbe Women's Social and Political Union that the danger of some popular re- action against its votaries Is growing greater every -day. They would do well, it advises them, to take to heart the treatment of suffragists by the crowd at Llanystumdwy, a few weeks ago. "Keeling must have reached a very heated stage when a public audience in ,this island flings aside its innate chivalry towards wo- men as a sex, but that stage has now been reached by the- "Th-ere is little comments i tbe Times, "that the -public show a growing tendency to retaliate- without, mercy upon the 'silly furies' wJiom their creed has inspired to such acts as the lighting of a fire in a theatre and the throwing of a hatchet Into a crowd. The utter lack of reason in the minds of the extreme section is illustrated afresh by its adoption of the -policy of attacking Labor as 'well Liberal candidates. The Labor party has hitherto been conspicuous "or its enthusiastic, support ot tho Buf-j rago movement. But when tho La-' DOT members refuse to make- woman suffrage the one and only subject of Lhoir political, addresses, Mrs. pank- liurat.and her daughter have marked Lliem down for vengeance. The-morn] it nil Is that, the woman suffrage proposals in Knglnml will- not stand the, ghosi, of a of becoming law until the constitutional Hiiffraslstn clear I tin movement of terrorism by noing beyond formal repudiation and co-operate actively hi the suppreH- Hlon of tho Hut she comes between you and And her sorrowful eyes only ask "for One love nor a kiss. And so, when jon sit in the. twilight, Should the winds bring the sound of a moan, Kiss the one. on whose hair shines your firelight, And think of the one who's alone. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. IT. Williamson for the first time this season. Mrs. F. W. Downer, Westminster Hoiisc, for the first time this autumn. Mrs. Woodsworth, for tbe first time since coming to the city, and in tbe evening Rev. and Mrs. Woods- worth will be at home to the mem- bers of the congregation. ..Mrs. William Bail-ay, 1260 Sixth ave. SI, to -1 joyed an interesting of bridge. An inviting menu was served at the midnight; hour, after which dancing was rcKiUKUtl. Laura and Dorothy, the little will receive on Friday from, four six. This will be Mrs. Bailer's first reception since coming to city from Hamilton, Out. the daughters of the home, Trucked white, -proved uulpful admitting many guest.s. IIOPKINS-HATTKHSON A {juiet wedding was celebrated at Wesley parsonage at seven-thirty last evening, the principals being Annie Hopkins Patterson, daughter of Mrs. II. -K. 1'layle, 203 Fifth Ave., and Sidney James Hopkins, son of the late Frederick Hopkins. Both bride and groom were horn in Lelh- hridgc, and after a short honeymoon trip to Butte, Montana, will reside in the city. Key. T. P. .Perry tied the nuptial knot ,in the presence of the bride's mother and sister. INGHAM-DOWHKT The home of Sir. and Mis. Nathan- iel Dowsett, 907 Seventh Ave., was tho scene of a pretty wedding at high noon today, when their eldest daugh- ter, Violet Priscilla, was united in marriage to George Tracy Ingham, A. E. second son of and Mrs. Inghain, Elko, B. C. At exactly twelve o'clock the bride, week 'at the mountains. Mr. William Oliver and rived .-from Winnipe. i bride adorned with palms, carnations and chrysanthemums, td the strains of ar- n Aladamc .a talented vocal- ist of Germany, is the guest oi Mrs. (Dr.) Watson." Miss Jenkins, of Stirling, was city visitor yesterday the guest :ier Gertrude Uailey. Mendelssohn's Wedding March itlaved this afternoon. jby-jliaa siiouldico. .of Calgary. Tho bride was a pretty picture in her wedding gmvn of white satin en trainc elaborated with shadow lace anil tulle veil fastened with orange blossoms under a Juliet cap. .She carried a lovely shower' of white roses. Her sister, Miss Agnes Dowsctt-, i was bridesmaid, and rlooked well -cE nuptial knot in the presence of about Mrs. T. F._Kirkham and Mrs. Stan- twenty-five invited guests, ey Kirkham invited in just a few ?room's gift to the bride was nends at the tea hour yesterday to a tp> ;lhe. bridesmaid ncet their house guest, Mrs. Gibson, and. t'o the )t Calgary. j gold cuff linlvs. I bride's mother, Isabella Duff, oi Olds, and Mr. j black velvet and Mrs. S. J. Blair, of -Alter the ceremony :t n groomsman I' Mrs. Dowsett, the wore a becoming but- ho wci'R in the city in connection fell luncheon was served, vith the meeting of the Eastern Star; .Mr', am! Mrs. Inghani left for WE .st night, left for High River this crn points arid their honcym- iftcrnopn.! [will take up 1 inai-styies to suit shapes of feet and all occasions.' r'Sil-Kid'' originates it's own styles. Jf you want to be ahead of the fashions, wear "Sil- ;Kid" Jf you want twice as many chances in selection, try "Sil-Kid." Satisfaction, fit, reputation, style, a fusion of excellencies-each one the better for the you will find all of them in "Sil-Kid" shoes. "They Fit Wliere Others Fail. LADIES' BLACK V-ICI KID BUTTON welted, Cuban heel, a smart dressy shoe. Price per puir LADIES'; TAN CALF BUTTON SHOE-i-Welced, swing last; an attractive fahoc for i 'city wear; price per pair LADIES' TAN AND DEMI-GLACE' LACE. SHOE with, welted; smart snappy'style; price per pah CE SHOE DEMI-GUACE melted, witH semi swing last, Demi Glace is not as heavy as metal, butynoie cm the order of Vtci Kid price pei pair .LADIES' PATENT .LACE kid eltei) Cubdii heelv swing last A dressy shoe for Fall Ureai Puce per ttC Aft _ _ 93.UU I j to that_-ne liaj.o oui complete ship-' incut of shoes in iai uons UetLy Scott's "Classic" and Geiit's" makes We now have a full i ingo oJ aud so biiugthem hi and let us fit them J i i The Hudson's Bay Company i A white were in charge of Mrs. i Morgan, -Mrs. Samson, Mrs. Carver I and Rhodes, "while tea was .made by Mrs. FIcctwood and _MLS i Stanley. 'Mrs. C. Jt. Young played verv acceptably during tbe afternoon Mrs. A. J. Butler, who has-been! I. he bride s ping away gown was fhosc in Qi lhc an extended visit with her smartly tailored .navy blue werc follows1 jand at Taft, D. C., has returned to. with which she wore a chic black' he city. Mr. nutlcr will return I Taylor and Mrs. Hodman, ittle later. Mrs. Hutler was accom- thy handsome array of Hoi home im her brother-in-law. ..ding gifts were a silver jardiniere tir__l_ _ i, i Oil. ill. I. Mr. Charles Butler. Fancy Mcech, Mrs. (Dr.) n. olt and Mrs. i from Wesley and a pie, j plate set in silver''TIrom the bride's class in Wesley Sunday school. Mrs. J. Lee Johnson entertained at lie tea hour yesterday. The beaut-i-: ful honifj looked most inviting with its liberal decoration of pink and white carnations. Those bidden were Mrs. W- R. Virtue, Mrs. Chosen Friends will meet Mrs. I-J. G. Clarke, Mrs. 'A. H. s- .K- llJlU tomorrow evening, Clubs and Societies when a full attendance of all the members is requested. The shirt waist and flannel dances ;lven bv .the tennis cluli during the' summer'provctf so cntirelv mcct at n.rec. n clock tomorrow afternoon. member is asked to have her donation for the poster sale in either bmore or at the meeting. Guire and Mrs. W. F. MacUonald. that the club have decided to have a Forbes .JIrs Angus. Mrs. McMil- len and Mrs. Wellington. I "Wulct llayill, Miss Mtusit- 1 leUuood and 1 Geoght gan. 'McLean. pirtitularh fine n usie-il program STREET CAR ACCIDENT CAUSED EXCITEMENT Air Brakes Failed to Work Car Dashed Across Fifth Street t track agiin iboufr "even this morning I and is now in the t IL, barns undergo- j ing repairs 'The accident is being invesligited the superintendent to-1 daj and tVerv precaution will betak- en to prevent a similar occurrence in I the future. The accident happened I about o'clock, and at midnight t quite a crowd, had gathered to might been a-serious ic the urcck The telegraph poles Verel cidenl happened nighl-whea une cut m two bv tbe force ot the_ im-I of llu, rul Unc Supt Ilcid was carh on thel on Sixth S got fiom I SCLnc ind arrangements for get-1 ting the car back on the control of the mo tor man and rui in the grade irom be an all night job, I winter scries, the first one o! which will be held on Friday, Nov. 22. The invitations will be sent out during the next few days for the ser- ies which will necessarily be move formal than the sinnm6r dances. The hostesses he Mrs. Kelly Maple Chapter No. 7, Order oi the Eastern Suir, met at the Mason- ii: Temple last evening with some Our Raymond correspondent writes: thirty-Hie monitors present. A jilna.saul feature the presence tlio Grand Jlatrnn of Miss Stevens in her lecture before..the of the Haymond Woman's In- OI- stitute last Saturday .paid the Indies cfrand Chanter of Alberta, Mrs Isa- the compliment of saying that Hay- Uu, i nond has the livest Woman's Insti- ralroili Mr> >s> o[ j tute she bad met in her travels, Miss Calgary. l-ivc petitions were in and Stevens is the speaker and demon- strator on domestic science with the mixed fanning special which has been [ravelling over the south lines and other C. H. lines in the province: It has been M-iss Stevens' business to! Ciindidiitt's were initiated. The! serving of choice refreshments con- the fvening. The. Luther League of Kt. Paul's ucet ond provide instruction and moiit'hlv for fanners' wives and nt llt'c church will bold their meeting tomorrow ,..v.....g at the home of Ucv. C. other ladies wlio visit the train, and Grant .Sixth Ave. S he foregoing, statement from her; t' iicans much toward the enconrage-i Mr_ (YapK delivered an in- nent of the ladies in their work: ,m tore. At the meeting next Wednes- day in the Tithing olilcc tho, lady1 delegates to llm congress will maKe was'more" average at- a report ol what they saw, that will interest nnd affect a woman's tnlc. The meeting will be ii afternoon. nu iincrs hich w rre irr Mis Mrs r tml Mrs, I ijlol Kn Asqnitlt oc'1! tialvin Vocal AlitToid yiolin Sadowski. (CU-i many) Vocal .Cooper. Jenkins Voca! Part 11. C. R. Young. Comic Waddington. Vocal Meldniin. .Klute Morpm. Vocal Wcinhurs. Vocal Krerman. (viniiti aecomponfmeiil by Mr.' Jenkins. '.Mr. nuci'ioned oil the Hayr being1 the highest I) i elder. j 'Thf'ladirs have not all rd.urns in I yet, "but will something well oVcr the corner of fith Ave