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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Uur.s(!a>:, Noveinbor 14th, 1012. IP Baking f^owder glNSNOA^ The only Baking Powder made in Canada that has all its ingredients plainly printed on the label. For economy we recom* mend the one pound cans. MQLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE mi 6. TO HUNT HISTORIC RECORDS Ottawa, Nov. 14.-Sir Joseph Pope, Mr. E. H. Garvie and Dr. Arthur Dougthy, Uomlnloii archivist, have been appointed to a cotnmlsfilon on his toric documents. It is proposed to have a thorough e-xaminatlo-n made of the Tecords of all departments of the government In Ottawa and elsewhere lor the puviioao of locating the records whlcli have historic value, ami deciding whether they should be turned over to the archives at Ottawa. The Well Selecfed and tempting meats sold at Market fine men men. this gl'DAV and Meat up wo- AU the children like oiii* meats lettibriiige Meat Markst J. MURPHY, Proprletop Majestic Theatre Block, Phone 636 The Northern Crown Bank Gise (Continued (torn Itont page). left behind him at the tatter bank a defalcation of 1100, whkch he proceeded to cover, Immediately on his arrival at hlB new post, by issuing a bogus choquo In favor of the Calgary branch for tho amount, drawn on the tictltloug name of Walsh, and cUarg-' ed against a nbn-ext^tent accouH. ' This fraud was not discovered until later. A few weeks afterwards ho re-celved a deposit of 192 from a client of the bank, of which he cre^lUed %',Vi to the funds of the bank, and pocketed the surplus. From oomparatlve-I ly small amounts he went In for appropriating larger sums, and blossomed out at an Investor In real estate and a speculator in wheat, The margins In the latter ho covered by Issuing choquea on his supposed account at the bank, and cashing them himself. All tho real account ho had at the bank was a smdll saving's deposit. Things came so easily in the way of Bingham, that be proceeded further to falsify his additions to the. tuue of thousands of dollars. The Barik'a Claim The plaintiffs claim that all these opportunities were afforded Bingham through the lax conduct and want of superlvslon of Manager Douglas. The rule of the bank Is that the manager should personally satisfy hlmsalf that the cash and other boohs are accurate and initial them. Also it is a rule or tho bank that no one of the staff should be allowed to check bis own wor.k. It appears that Bingham was allowed to chock *off his own balance. Douglas Is claimed never to have su pervised this. The two remaining members of the staff were, more or less, green, and Bingham had practl cally everything his own woy. He was even allowed to open all- the mall, and so could adjust matters to please himself, and destroy any evidence which would diselosc the game he was playing. To crown it oil, on the resignation of Douglas, eleven days elap&Dd before the arrival of the new manager, Doble, and. In th6 interim, Bingham was appointed acting-manager, and he did not fall to make use of the easy opportunity afforded him for making hay. The neiv/ mana. ger soon discovered the true state of things, and the fat was in the fire. Bingham made a confession, and refunded a portion of the bank's lossee by realizing on property ho had ac-fjulred. Ite was pTosecuted, and sentenced, and Is at present earning bis living at. a motor garage In Vancouver. ^ Where Fortune Smiled Douglas himself is reputed as being what is known as a society man. On reaigulug from the bank, he tell in with a stroke of luck in meeting .\Ilsa Dally, daughter of the wealthy Ham ilton proprietor of the Black Kiilght Ijolish, and was taken into the firm us Us advertising agent, la Us claim the No-rthern Crown Bank iiver that the late manager was lax in his duties, discipline, and supervision, and that his neglect was contributory to the losses sustained. An.Array of Talent' A formidable array fcf counsel is engaged in the case, the bank being represented by A. H. Clarke, K. C, of Calgary, and J. W. McDonald, of Macleod. For the defendant appear P. J. Nolan, K.C., of Calgarj', and S. B. Woods, of Edmonton, with W. M. Campbell, bl Macleod. Mr, Justice Scott is presiding. The.Jury The jury empanelled Is composed of J. W. Moneash, A. Crossley, R. Cunningham, F. Giorge, i. Pnrmes and W. .Miller. The tlm� of the court today was taken up with the evidence.of experts with regard to tho books and accounts of the bank. MILADI omM, %m lOtTBO BY "IMt^ rHONmt lt�>tl On turf and curb and bower roof The. snoW'ttorm spreads Its Lvory woof; It paves with pearl tho garden's walk, And lovingly around the tatter'd stalk And shIvorInK stem, ttg magic weaves A mantle (air as llly-leaves. -^J. T, TJrowbridge. Let mc drink deeply ot tny cup ol days, To the last ctlugin^. droiK-\ shall not shrink ; Mine are,not,craven lips that would but graze' .... ,, . Where ruddy dimples dance along the brink. Nay, to the utmost drcgs; .p'en though they he More bitter than the harsh'sail 'ot the sea- I shall not falter-let mo deeply drink ! Elscwisc, how may I call the chalice good on that siiro day The Giver of the cup shall come tHii) way ? -IliUon R. Greer.   .Mrs. E. .J. Hill Is still ptoRtcssing. very favorably, at the Gait hospital.   � .. 1 Mrs. G: H'. Macleod is entertaining at bridge this evening. Four taller, will be in play. SECORD IS DEAD Kenora, Ont., Nov. 13.-The death occurred at the Ho.val .Tubilee Hospital this atteruoon ot Frederick Secord, the well-known conductor, who, while boarding his train early Sunday morning slipped and was dashed on the rocks below Norman bridge, sustaining injuries from which he never rallied. TO TOUR BONDED ROADS Calgary, Nov. 13.-B. V. Johnson, government inspector of railroads, is In Calgary, and will proceed at onca through Alberta and British Columbia, on a tour of inspection ot the various railroads, the bonds of which have been guaranteed by the Dominion. -  � t Mrs. T. Mitchell, of Uegina, who has been visiting her motbcr, Mrs. J. Dolancy, lett for home today.   � Dr. Detwiler leaves toraorrow ni^ht for her home in Berlin, Ont., where .she will reside in future owing to the continued ill health ol her mother. �   The bachelors of LcthbridRC have issued invitations through their secretary, Mr. V. E. Fisher, to a dance in the S.O.K. hall on Friday evening, November 29fh.    Mrs. Johio A. Mackay and daugh-ter. Flora, after spending some" 'six weeks at her mother's home in Bow-den, returned to the city last even-. Ihg. i\Irs. Mackay, although seriously ill during; her absence, is now quite well again.  �  Mrs. .lean I51c\vett, Canadian authoress, i.s rcgi.stcred,. 4it the Royal, Alexandra, Winnipeg.' Mrs. Blewett, who spent the, summer in the Peace. River country witli lier'husband and son, is en route to her home in Toronto, i a  w Mrs. W. .\. Hamilton has as her guests her mother, Mrs. Mctheral, and sister, Mrs. Creighton,- ot Yellow Grass, ,Sask, Mrs. Metlicral will rc-m-aiu some time, while JiJ^-fi. Creighton leaves next week- fot' Kdraonton, where she will reside.  �  Mrs. Thomas Taylor is a supper hostess this evening complimentary to Ur. Detwiler, a retiring ofilcer of the local VV.C.T.T. The other guests are Dr. Detwiler's fellow ofFicers, who include Mrs. W. 11. Conituar, Mrs. T. \V. Quaylo, Mrs. A. E. Dun-lop, Mrs. Fallow, Mrs. .J. C. Brown, Mrs. Charles McC!enag,han, Mrs. Needs, Mrs. Hutheriord, Mrs. Cory and Mrs, M. Kaakc.    Since the return of their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, to Ottawa, preparations for a gay season in the capital are going on apac?. Tho proirram of afternoon receptions, dinners and dances gives  promise that the con.'Ing months will be exceptionally brilliant. The cabinet ministers and their tam-ilies are many of thrin already comfortably settled for the session, The opening of Parliament on November 21st, is.later than usual, and as Ash Wednesday falls on February 5th, the earliest it can fall, the season will uecessarily be short but merry.  � � PAGE-FAI-I.ON A quiet wedding was colobratod by the Rev. A. O. t'amcron at 'the manse this morning, when Miss Louise Kate I'^allon was united in marriage to Mr, Robcil Tyndall Page, both of Tabor, Mr. and Mrs, Page will reside near Tabor, where tlie groom is a very prosperous farmer. The' Women's meeting, which waa to have been held in St. Augustln's church on Saturday afternoon, has been. cancelled in order that Rev. Paul Bull may have Saturday as a day o( rest before the Sunday meetings, > ; 1    Thc""Ladies' Aid of Westminster chutch held a splendidly attended mtettbg at the parsonage yesterday afternoon. Arrangements were made (or the annual dinner, which will be held on-Thursday, November 21. .* i": �    � 3'he second day ol the Poster Sale; W;liioh is being held in Knox school rcom",'was marked by'coii tinned success yesterday itfternoon and evening. The concert, which was put on in the evening under Mr. Loyton's efficient leadership, was thoroughly weir rendered, and deserved a much larger .attendance. The selections by the whole choir were admirably sung, while the solo ,work of Miss Lombard, Miss .Simm, Mr. O. K. Flenr.'ing and Mr. A, S. McOougan was up to its usual higli standard. The program as it appeared in this column yesterday was carried out in its entirety. The sale closes this evening, when Mrs. .Jarley's wax works will be repeated, after which a bargain sale will.be held until all is sold. The Mathesis Club met yesterday attornoon at the home of Mrs. B. B. McCatty, Sixth AVc. One new mem-' bcr, Mrs. W. |t. Crosby, was enrolled. The roll call was answered with Japanese proverbs and parliamentary drill was conducted by Mrs. Stoltxe. Mrs. Heeb read a splendidly thought out paper on "Decorative Art o' -'a-| pan," and at the conclusion ot her paper exhibited some rare specimens of .Japanese ware. Mrs. Stanley Kirkham followed witli a clever paper on "The Ume flower ot .lapan ; celebrated in its history; art and literature. j The club, which finds itself handicapped in the matter of reference boolcs, discussed the need and prospect of a public library. i Flowers were sent to the wee daughter of Mrs. C. R. Daniels, who is a club member. Chrysanthenriims are on the royal crest^ at ;Iapan, so very appropriaitely; as" baby rules the home, .chrysanthemums were the flow-: crs chosen lor the Daniels' baby. | The club will hold its next meeting i with Mrs. Stanley Kirkham. Of Interest to Women "There is a Kumor ot Eternal Peace," which recenHy^appeared in an English,'weekly, cbritWds very fine thought. Here it is: There Is a rumor of eternal Peace; The wonderful wild news sweeps through the world That nevermore loud drums shall beat alarms. Or bugles blow the awful songs of War. There sliall be silence where the sabres clashed, And utter calm whtTe once the cannon roared: Tho Lord's green fields shall not be wet with blood, But white with Innocent daisies In the s.pr!ng-, And where tho crashing cavalry once plunged Our hearts shall hear the lyrics of the birds When soft May mornings break In years to be. The Reason Why You put into every article you bake-your experience, knowledge and skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our flupremest effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. [ Clubs and Societies ) The Flower Guild will pay their usual weekly visit to the Gait hospital at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon.  � � Mrs. M. Corry, matron of tho Children's Shelter, asks for clothing (or a girl of five and boy of eleven. If any mothers ot tho cltv have clothing tbe'ir children have outgrown, it will be much appreciated if sent to Mrs. Corry. 'The W.CT.U. will hold their rtgu-\iX WcctlDg in tho auditorium of the Y. M- C. A, tom'orrow afternoon at when a full attendance of the members is requested. 0  � Tho incoting of tho executive of the Women's '.'ivic t'luli, whidi was to havp lieen held vcslerday, was can-cuUcd owing to a numhet ol counter cngaj?oi|ii'iits. A nu'i'tiug win be lielil some jjnwii ruxt w�ck. A PRETTY WAI9T Lvoely deilgned for Impllclty and cemfort. Do yeu take lunch down town. Have you tried The Brown Betty Tea Room A bU'slnesB man's lunch at 60e. served daily, 12-Z room \ MACOONAUO BLOCK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAIN LIST At The BAY This Wesek is full of splendid opportunities to buy seasonable and-want'pd merchandise at away down below usual prices. Every department has contributed its share towards making this one of tive best combinations of money-saving events that has yet been presented for your acceptance. ' - Quantities are in some instances limited, hence the necessity for early shopping if you wish to reap your full share of ]tlie mjiny, pric* concessions offered. Smartly Tailored Skirts For Friday and Saturday wo are placing on sale lOt Ladles' Tailored. Skirts of this season's latest Importations and winted materials as Panamas, dcrges and tweeds of exceptionally fine qualities. Colors, are navy, brown, grey, and black, also many new mixed effects. All are splendidly tailored and a great many are made with high waist band. R�s-ular piriees up to {8.75. Friday and Saturday Corset Covers and Aprons 25c Ladle*' English Cambric Car-set Covert either loco of embroidery trimmed and Ladles' white lawri and muslin tea aprons trimmed with enibrol-dery, insertion and frills; regular values up as high au 50c All out on bargain counter on Friday and Satur- 9|Sm day at ............. Ladies' Cloth Coats Our complete stock of ladies' and misses' Winter Coats in tweeds, chinchillas and blanket cloths, receive substantial price reductions for Friday and Saturday fio Coat Mliina fo�....... $8.00 $12.00 And all other lines at the ame proportion of raduction. In the Men's Wear Section aCOTCH WOOL SOCKl as Doien Uen'a Wonted half hose, good heavy weight Black and Haather nuixtura and each pair has a card of mending attached. Splendid value at 35c per pair. Friday and Saturday # 4 ||A 5 paira for ..... 9 laW Men's Drill Shirk Men'a heavy neacad Lined Drill Working Shirta la black with polka dote. A large roomy ablrt with turndown collar and one pocket. Good for miners, railroadera. Sizes 14H to Rai- ular value Il.tS; ^ AKm' and Saturday ... 99v Men's Flannel Shirts A clean up in Men's Naglt-gee Flannel Shirts,, with. reversible collar, one pocket. Sizes to 17. Regular up to 11.75; Friday and OCm Saturday ... .....996 Men's Mitts Blen's Indian Tan Horse-hide Mitts, wool lined and knitted wrist. Fireproof. Regular value fl.OO, f|#|M Friday and Saturday 9VV Men's 5oc Neckwear 25c Men's fancy and plain pure wool silk Neckwear in open and four-tn-band stylea, aplendid aaaortmant ot da^ algns and colon. Regular prices 5(c. Friday OR fa and Saturday ...... '�9w TelNCope V'liKi 50c One dollar cash ia the regular price of theae leather bound oanvaa covarad telaa-cope valises, complete with 2 atrapa and handle; on Friday and Saturday 9VU These $1 Mad^ rasMusWfisiSc^ Taa ptoeai mltf, �C JMc^l' and Madraa JtoaUac m W and B�" wlla, a'ap)aa.,......, 88c ABarmmFfMlWD'a $5 to $6 BooU 11.00 Juat about a of thaae that wUI to L _ ahoppan. Tkaaa um a tleip up te a ftm llimiMgMrt Iteaa In wMtor �I;M m$ 16.00 yalaaa: iaMll eip only, baaaa iMi aaMl tHaih PriAar aa� mmi- 9 f Qfi In the Dry Goods Section-Remnant Sale All romnant>3 of dress goods will be meaeured up and marked with the number ot yards and prtc� o! each niece Thero are serges and tweedi: and many other linen In black, navy, brown, green, Amethyst, etc. lengths run from 1 1-2 to 5 1-2 yards. Regular values up to J1.7C. All on sale Friday and Saturday a: HALh' price: of! less. Misses' and Children's Wool Drawers An Opportunity to Som on Your Week-Bnd Grocery Supplies Prime Canadian oheesa.....,, 20c Ten dozen Children's and Misses' nil pure wool drawers in whlta and natural colors. Kuil ankle length and come in sizes for girls from 9ix to fourteen years. Regular prices tide and "fie- and some up as high as $1.00. All go^ on sale on Friday and .Saturday, at per paif ................................ 45� Special bland ef Injiia and Caylon taa, par lb..... 3 Iba. far ,........Me. MAPLE 9VaUP:-. Prida ef Canada Brand, Plat battia, gOc. aaoh ...........I In all wall kMwn ��^ 6lba.far..^^.,. %r. CHARLEB MILK- ^er ean a*.aia>.a ^^i^ CANNED PtACHES - 2 Ibi. tina, beat paaka4. .........20c. For Saturday only we are phicing- on Sale 1500 yards of Dmg Silks, worth up to $1.25 for 4oc. Watch tomorrow's paper for full particiiliMrs. Advertised specials are strictly for cash only-and are not exchangeable or not to be had on approval. HUDSON'S BAY CO. m ;