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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta CANADIAN PACIFIC Annual Eastern Excursions SPECIALRAIL FAKES In connection with Tickets Round trip rate from Lethbridje to Montreal, M4.35; to St. John DATES OF SALE Nov. 7., Dec. 31.. 1912 Return limit C monilis from date ol issue VOTES FOR WOMEN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Woman's Political League Proceeds to Organize (Special to the KMu'ie, Oct. 27. The suffragette movement has al last invaded the other-wise quiet confines oi i'erme. 'and its.people are sitting up, bint; .their eyes and asking did: it happen Well, it "as this nothing of their fitness to look after the welfare oi won.-cn. Miss Davis spoke al length upon I hi- wage condition in show- ing., the unfair treatment dealt to I women by rhiviilrous man. She told 'an amnsint; story of how an Ottawa had made the srcl'l discovery that nii-n clerks in the postal service I were receiving the pittance oi SIS iper month, not mulish to live Tiupiui, and he at once raised the ipay of those nverwork-d male clerks men's'political league has concluded that the time has arrived for it i to seventy-live dollars, but the wo- men clerks are siill working at thc starvation wages that Irail 10 j pivvailed all along. li these women be.eiu its labor oi enlightenment voting power, that' far-seeing a I British Columbia, and have organized would' have brought, them Liberal extension privileges l.alnpaigll of propagandism which witliin the focus oi his sharp discern- For further information, rail and .they declare shall.not cease until they vision. Steamship Tickets apply lo S. B. have gained the equal right to all U- Coming home to Uritish .Columbia i. 11 Aaent Lethbrldne or' gal functions now exercised by the laws sue brought lo light some 01 Mltch.il, Ticket Agent, Lethbrldae, or jte ratie arrogalfs jo j that lmvc write to I itseli thc proud distinction oi being i cumbered the statutes of this prov- R. G. McNEILLIE, too chivalrous to arcord to the otter jnce. The most objectionable oi DUt. Passenger j tho Of raising in a Hleso. wns law which constituted _____________Calgary. Alia, j which they are frank i lhc father sole guardian oi the chil- T- enough to admit they have maile too-tiven of the family and made it pos- I _ lilll'.v ilegrailing' for the trail ,-or to 'turn the guardian- I III U 111 u and sisters of the race to 01- jiw chililren oi his wile to touch. any other person against the protest Dorothy Davis, one oi the I of'the mother of thc children. In this emissaries oi the league, came to connection Miss Davis cited a case j lown a few days ago and at once that had come under the notice ol began ihe'work'oi forming a branch the league at Victoria. A fathor had society here. This work ended last, been granted the_ privilege _oi night Vlien a public meeting was call- (erring ed to meet in a small hall. California Excursions from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN, GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIKE LOW BATE! TO OTHER POINTS TRAVEL BY SKA on the bir Occan-soiar Steamships PRESIDENT or GOVERNOR. Scud For free illustrated bootlec of California nod free map of the Pacific He sure to reserve Berth? in advance PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. HI. W. HI. fin. Dipt. 1 13 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, WASH. Range Talks by the Housekeeper No 1 Subject "TheApfclranceofaRange" "It's nonsense lo say that the housewife does not beauty of the 'KCWTENAY' Steel -..........oil c-.iv juingc and refined showing- roal Uev. J. F. Uimmick, paslor of the mother, Jle.hudist church, consented to take the and there vere Ion, or irv, traus- the guardianship 01 his clul- dren- to any other person, ami the. hard working respectab a ha. Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large netv twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin and Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, N.B., Deo. 6th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now ami secure the best, it costs no more. Apply lo any railway, steam- ship agent or- H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, lin o! went i public schools among them. Tho chairman, in opening the meeting, stated' that lie was not. there to champion the cause the women seem- ed to him to be amply able to do thnt for themselves. He had noticed ithat whenever a woman had been called 1o perform the functions of a public office she had always givea thc task her best service. He could not say so much for the bho that" the movement men. The fact thai men had failed ;not to factory in many instances in these duties was giris seamstresses and duchesses had the main spring of the woman's in hand through the movement. Woman had done her duty strrois o[ London and other towns, by her children as long as they were ln alivocacv 0[ tlie cause, entirely under the control of the shl, forfeity upon the Mili- tancy practiced in England, upon Wanted To correspond with someone wko has about ?2500 for a good investment, ADDRESS BOX 32, HERALD. OATS FOR SALE per ton at farm 3 miles south of Lethbridge. Iowa-Alberta Fann- ing Co. L. A. Felger, Manager PHONE R 411 THE Queen's Hotel ROYAL VIEW S miles north ol All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Meals a la Carte Arrangements can be mads for private dancea Everything First Claas Special Sunday Dinner from 5.30 to 7.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 !01" hcr possibilities oi ,aws oi' thc vinco ht was tlmc y jn U) respectable. tjous the movement in England. To one of these e bho that the movement was control ol the home. It wns when the, child emerg- I d from this home, school and mingled (rom thc audience, but stated with the men in the streets, which wcstcrn movement wai en- tirely aside from tlie English move- ment, and her league expressly forbid any such action in this campaign. She excused militancy in England ijon the ground that it was a last resort to compel acknowledgement of the right of petition by women to the were entirely under the masculine con- trol, that trouble began in the life of a child. He had finally concluded that the wisest course to pursue was to continue thc mother influence into thc law-making and law-enforcing realms to which they now aspire. Miss Davis was greeted with ap- j government plause when she rose to speak and A' resolution to form a league in soon had her audience wrapped in close, Ferule was adopted without opposi- attention. She does not attempt ora- tion and several names were at once range-YOU may as well that a woman does not prize a nice women like beautiful things-thcy like eveiy room in the house to reflect their good taste. "Show me a woman's kitchen and 1 wOUdl you what the rest of her house is the kitchen is spick and span; if there is a beautiful range there, yo can rest assured that the lady is the mistress of a well ap- pointed home, not necessar- ily a lavishly furnished home, but a home tlu is tidy and clean just as beautiful .the family treasury can afford to have II "The first thing a woman notes about a range is its ap- pearance. You cannot evade that fact, you cannot afford to ignore it._ The appearance of a range is of great import- ance to every housekeeper, and our biggest range makers know it. "For 'instance, look at this stands out closer mands investigation. LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG ZM li I showing- j tiinvit AI1-.X1 L a ii 1 mini wio-pavt oi the designers. "The mceli adornments are rich-McClary's famed hpiex' niekellmg process makes foi- ling beauty. Combine this with' Jie beautiful, smooth, burnished surfaces of this range that stay as' smooth as pol- ished plate glass, and you can eas- ily realize why delighted users call the'KOO- TENAY'Steel. I Range the most beautiful of a-11 ranges. "Yet, the'KOO- TENAY'is easily; kept clean because the carving is big' and bold none of that elaborate, superfine tracery which is such a heart- breaking feature of common inges and so difficult to clean. K that a beauttful appearance is the essential but jf is of primary importarnegiuse we note itjprst. The Oven is the the subject of our next. you can that the d of the 'KOOT; ing with isiidsome ap ft "VWcliJ e it for granted, NAY'.is in keep- ance." Sold by The ST. JOHK, N. B. HAMILTON CALGABT _ Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful anil phompt Kew Earnes Coal Mid; Lump, Mine Run or Screenings, by the ton or carload Iota. PHONE tory just goes dirnct to the core oi licr subject and delivers an address full of first hand information upon a subject, which it- is easy to see has full possession of lier mind. .She outlined, brieliy, the rise and progress of the movement. She based her plea for suffrage [or hcr sex upon a very lew basic reasons. The first of these she declared to be "human rights." Women had never been considered in the light oi hu- man beings, except when it came to obeying thc laws which they had had no part in forming. .The second reason was that they wanted direct representation of their half of thc race in the making well as in .obeying laws. These were de- manded that they might safeguard thc interests of women and children, a but poorly performed by the so- called stronger half of the race. They wanted no taxation without representation, and because all gov- ernment is today acknowledged to be based upon thc. consent of Ihe gov- erned. No human being was wise enough, or good enough to have under his complete control any other rnemuer of the human race, and no hnnmn be- ing should be absolutely under tlin control of any other person. Tlic feminine hall ni thc raw, with a few lunatics, criminals and pnlipi'rs ot (he nobler half, have been without representation. A lunatic, might re- cover control oi.his lost reason, a drunkard might reform, -and n boy would come to maturity, but a wo- man, under present, conditions was consigned to the places, temporarily occupied by the incompetents. The speaker had been educated in a boys' school and perhaps it was be- cause of her early associations that she distrusted the ability oi thc male aex to take proper care ot itself, saj enrolled. Miss Davis went to Cran- brook today and will organize a branch there during this week. j This l.idy is a tasteful campaigner [and is by no means an ignorannis as to conditions here. TORY VIEW ON NAVY PROBLEM IMMEDIATE: CONTRIBUTION AND DEFENCE OF THE EAST AND WEST COASTS Victoria, Oct. what it claims are the views of the .British Columbia people on the naval iiu tion. the Colonies; says editormlly: ''The contribution of Canada to the naval defence of the Empire should be immediate and substantial. It might prove- a determining factor the tremendously hm-flensomo rivalry now enga.sfod in by the United King- dom and Germany, Our own view is that Canada should present to the British government, tivo or more bat- tleshijis o[ the first class order. We "iihmit ihnt no Canadian naval-policy bo to the needs of tho country if it leaves the coasts of Canada undo fended. There should bo provided at Halifax and Quebec naval stations and dock yards suitable for the raiuireiniiiitK of the largest war ships afloat. We hold it to be our imperative duty to take such steps as shall result not merely in the re- habitation of the naval station as Esquimau but it. should bo brought up to the highest state of efficiency, both in respect to equipment and de- INVESTIGATE for yourself oar oft- reiterated claims 1'or the cleanliness'and- the excellence) of the bats, hay, and other grains and feed We: supply to so many horso and cattle owners. Don't even take their word for rmy a tsmal! quantity and try it out for your own satisfaction, as it will be to the satisfaction of your atock. J. C. Hanrahun PHone 349 Athictle Par Fence. We cold Uiat an efficient naval unit shpn'ld be maintained here ready, at all times to cc-operate with the Australian fleet and the fleet at the China station in tho assertion of British naval power on the Pacific. And hold that Canada should pay her share of the bills." Speaking of the French-Canadian viewpoint, the editorial goes on to say: "It 'would be folly to ignore what seems to be -the attitude of Quebec. INSPECTORS OF ELECTRICITY Ottawa. Oct. order in coun- cil has been passed dividing Canada into districts for purposes of inspec- tion of electricity. Western Canada is divided into six districts as fol- lows: T'ie district of Winnipeg, in- cluding whole of the province of Manitoba. The district of Regina. including thc whole of -the province of Saskatchewan. Thy district of Ualgai-y, including all the territory An impression has been created in] south of northern boundary of town- that province that a Canadian con-1 ship 37. The 'district of Edmonton, tribution -to an .imperial navy la alike unnecessary. "That the sixty-five members the House of Commons from Quebec including all -the territory north of boundary cf township 37. The district of Vancouver, 'including the mainland territory aiul rhe island of the Pacific would, if they vored as a unH, prove j coast other than Vancouver Island. an almost invincible phalanx in case of a division among the English speak ing representatives, is so evident-that iL need only stated. But, and AVO say it with a full realization of what is implied therein, thc miaapprehen- sion or prejudices of the people of Quebec cannot be allowed to stand in tlic way of Canada doing her duty to the Empire. The people of Que- bec have received ai: the hands of British government and the people o! The district of Victoria, including Vancouver Island. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE DIES. Xtutt ged 5( Oct. William K. Meyer. senator from Carbon county, and republican candidate tor congress, was taken ill at a, rally in this city October died tonight of valvular he-art trouble. Mr. Meyer's homo was in Red Lodge and he was one of the WAGONS ilN BY JMCTiON ___M. V SEVEN LOADSU'rtX TAK-EN TO WA1SY AN E Wanier, Oct. 4 tr p Uirougu eastern Alhcit i Ouovaii, North Dakota, JliniK t'iat Iowa a short distance es gome very fine crops. ever ire bet- ter than those -Saskatchewan and Alberta. t 3 Tire new me: .beliig erected by Uundluch d Is making good jirogi e ej c ipect to luovy in next u An unusml on tlie streets laU 'veiling Canada fair and generous treatment [best Known legislators in They have received a measure of ju cico such as would have been ex tended under no oilier flag, and tlu' Empire has the right to demand ol tlum full participation in its defence. We have every confidence ths true issue will not. be presented tc them In vain now that the unpatriot- ic and unfair appeals that have been made do their prejudices have spent their force. He this as it may, the question before the people of Canada is a very plain one. Tli0 time has come tor us to testify our devotion to the crown, the ling and the Empire by something more than words and live of the Union Jack. Great Britain has borne the burden of the: Emuire since the days 'when g-entle-j moo adventurers laid.-Ihe foundation j of a colonial realm; she is able to bear it still, no not make any mis- take upon that point. It is not the greatness of Britain that is at stake but UM honor of Canada. must learn and wo cannot learu It too soon, If Canada Is to remain British In any- thing else than name." The Experienced Cook PORK PACKING FACTORY BURNED TlUonbnrg, Out.. Oct. TilsoutourK Pork ory was buriwd tailing a loss of some MO.OOO. partial, ly covered by insuraiu-e. John Ixnid- en is the owner, Says: ''I usi A1 b e r ta's Best Baking Powder be- c a us e I know from actual test that it never fails me." You, too, when F. IJ M biouaht in a carload of flax haul- ed by an Amei team engine. The engine In r li icily'of over the cost per bushel figures 3t undsr TWO cents on a loin 1'inl Liin yon heat it wh Both dray lii: "t'linsy these days. Things in Warner. I Grady Bros, r-iod business. Their larg-e fine mule. F. H. Gordon, of-the I.aingj olothins store. good liusl-i ness. Mrs .1 L been on the sick list. Co-Vis report, ed much better J. A. llaugi', Oregon. sppnt a few tl'ls 1 le has- land near here, them, as ho thi country is very The store in (irady WhitvP l for business. '--V- 3E SCHOOL LANDS TO GET FIRE CLAY awa, Oct. order In coun- i.been passed providing that in kshool lands in the three nrair- ,ecs may be leased for tho extracting firo clay there- leases 'will bo for an an- of one dollar per acre, ipt apply to school lands .vn or village unless specially T1'e term of th0 leases tor 2l years and they will -be reu a second term of a similar HIRED GIRLS TO ROB HOUSES TOR UM Wontveal, Oct. DOUKI an Indian girl, .pleaded smlu th morning to a charge of stealing silvo ware from a house where she was employed as a domestic, claimed she- was of about two hundred girls employed 'by a man named Ronsheaux and that they are paid from ten to fifteen dollars weekly in return for stealing valuables from places he nired for them, ami placing the loot vhere he could find it. Tho police are now searchinfv for Konsheaux. The Best Cough Syrup is Easily Mads at Home Costs Utllc and Acts Quickly. Money Jlofiinclcc] Jf li Falls. ot choico thla built by -lw ready This recipe makes 1C ounces of cough syrup, and saves you about 52.00 as com- pared with onlinriry cough remedies. It stops obtitinale wbooping in .a hurry, and Is splendid lor soro a.slhniii, erouiJ, hoarseness and oilier tliront troubles. Mix two r.ujjs of granulated sugar with one cup of warm water, and stir for two minutes. Pin ounces of (fitly cams1 worth) In a 16-oimce bottlo, 3.711! add the .Sugiir Hyi-up. 'J'ako a teaspoon- ftil every one, Iwo or ilirce hours. Tasles good. Tills lukea rlffht hoid of a cough .inrl Kivcs almost inst.int relief. It stimu- lates the appetite, and Is slisbtly laxa- excellent features. n.i.----UULH IbiLLUlcn. truck is kept. I'mex. a., icrliaiis you Unow. is material and si- Mr. and Mrs. again, after -siic- i most iths1 vlalt Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- whole- dependable right in Packing co.'s fatf-j quality and right in price. Ask to tho wound, en- your grocer for ;t 'inccntnatod compound of white phie uxtrnct, rich tn gualacot and the other natural heallnff amin iircr elements. will find :t- bllin' a l r othor preparation will do tho wort Will -tinO it througli sonic Ol of pinex In this recipe, oltliough strained invaiuab 1 c. the States. lnstead of lhc 3Ugar wtvk was. Thousands of in tlie United tills week. State." :nul Canada HSR this Pints and Sojr.-tr Svniji rcotpc. This plan lias ,1L ittL oftcn lioen iuilt.'UGil. but old success- ful Ciirmiiln hfic nrvcr brcn (iquAlnVl. Us low cost nnd aulcl; rcaultn liavc niiiflo it (loiio at Uiis Thc lop wus i.lRiiei-, a ..iciiuii ihe- pui.sctH on a phi-lform of suf-'- wnpmi. is now vcuivnt. A Riiiiraniy of ah.iohitt- I, trot It for yon. if sond to Tilt ;J rinex Co.. Toroiilv, Ont. 1 ;