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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 14, 1912 THE LETflfBBIpflE DAILY TTERALD no time of the day lo shoes show up to better advantage than in evening it be a man di: AVO- man who Is wearing them. A neat, well made shoe gives a finish to your appearance in evening attire. We have studied this question and can you In what is best >to buy and most fashionable to wear. Corno in for that new pair. Prices to suit all pockets. We have Satin Pumps, In Blue, Pink, White and Pat- ent Leathers, with-Buckles or Bows, also Suede in black. TOGGERY The Best Equipment and expert artists enable us to turn out high class work Call and see sam- ples of the newest tilings im .Photo- It is time yon ivero getliug your Christmas Photos. TISE Successors to Jorgenson Bros. Studio 3rd Ave. Bi-slde Baptist Churclr PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 93 Our Signs Are Signs of-the Times Let us-figure on a Sign for You. The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators Avenua South Samuel Hewitt, travailing Passen- ger and Freight Agent of the North- ern Navigation Co., died at his home in Colling wood in his sixtieth li year. James George, a Bruce county pion cer, for over -IQ years in business a Port Elgin, died at his son's home Brandon. The Cap For All Occasions For work-days, as for play-days, an Eastern Brand cap is just what gives you the most value in re- turn for your money. They have fit, style, comfort, and they keep f their smart, natty look long after an ordinary cap would be shabby. You can't do better next pay day than to invest a little out of your envelope in an Eastern Brand cap. Go to ill 3 Jli I EASTERN BRAND CAPS TIN SOLDIERS FOR HON. SAM HUGHES TORONTO SOCIALISTS SET OUT TO HELP MILITIA MINISTER DEFEND CANADA Tho following correspondence hai passed between Hon. Sam Hughes Minister ot Militia, and certain To ronto Socialists, who sent Mr. Hughes a- box of tin soldiers together with certain miggeBtlons as to how .bos achieve tho military reformation the country which ho has in Toronto, August 35th, 1912 To tlie Honorable Col. Sam Hughes Minister of Militia, Ottawa, Can Honorable is with minglec admiration and deep-felt gratitude that we read your most eloquent ant nspiring address delivered at Van- couver re the military situation In our fair Canada. We admire you foi your soldier bluntuess in speak- ug the truth regardless of the carp- ng criticism of anti-military jingoes, are grateful that we have at least one noble and heroic spirit in.ihcse days of regular commercialism, whose Irat thought is the safety oC Canada ind tlie empire. The day, perchance may dawn In far distant fut- ure when, thanks to our effeminate slackness, tlie barbarous German lordi ehall gain a footing on this contin- ent, and the sacred soil of our fair Dominion he pressed by the iron heel the flivader. This is inevitable, iwfng to the fact that our government ave very wisely debarred German inmigration and trade, a fact of vhicli we were not aware until we ead your speech, in which you as- urred us that Germany must needs cquire colonies as an outlet for her urplus population, and manufact- res. iWe having wisely denied her lese privileges, can only expect that he will attempt lo wrest them from s at the cannon's mouth. -That the ay of battle Is fast drawing nigh feel assured, but our hearts pul- ate with courage- and are ESTI- uine as to the issue of that dread ay. That victory shall perch up ur banners we confident, loro than confident, for we know f Honored Sir, that you shall i the forefront of the fray. ,in fon st fancy we picture three chargi with glory as thy banner at the he of the chivalry of Canada, sword hand, hewing thy dread path throuj, the serried ranks of the booted Pru sians. Yet. noble sir, We would fa (though our hearts pant for battl put off that terrible day until bett prepared. Thus we, can never hope be until actuated by thy heroic spir the dull softlid tradesmen; and ba j mechanics of our land, do shake c the fatal apathy into which they ha sunk, and fervently demand that the shall be drilled every evening, and indulged in a sham battle every Sa urday to Monday. This done, alon will make them efficient and inspi them with that god-like herois whose only "joy and pastime is tl smoke, the dust and din of battl the clash of arms, the thundering hoi of fiery steed and the sweet odor i carnage. But, honored sir, you, we fain say, tire too lenient bag peace loving slaves. You would bu train every Canadian between 14 asi 60. Why, might we ask, not betwee 5 sad You cannot instil the rai itary spirit too early, and even soldier of 95 cau be of service. H may not charge the foe with tho In petuosity of fiery youth, but, sir, h can fill a trench or decorate a barbe wire fence equally as well. But, truce to our praise of three. We ar inadequate to do justice to Uiy stei ling virtues and( god-like courag< while to advise thee upon affairs mi itary is like unto holding a, candl ip to the noon-day snn. Deeds, not words, are wanted in th hour of need, and shall we, the mem bers of Local West Toronto, No. 5 S. D. P. of C.. lag behind when th laughiy foe menaces? With one ac cord we thunder "Nay" and volmi ,cer at, once for active service fo Ottawa. Thursday, Aug. 15th. Thol motto Is "Semper item" and they an known the world over as the "Un flinchablcs." They never have been rinown to turn back to foe and their oyalty Is unquestionable. Their up keep you may charge to the LOG; after October laL September dues having already been pledged to Ad mind Chas. Heresford (whose heroic :pirit well nigh equals thine) for the mrposc of purchasing a cruiser flcol or the Medltteranean. And, nov, ionored sir, we beg thee to accept his, our approval and- endorsement f your sentiments, and we trust that lie day is not far distant, when the ;orld shall ring with the glory ol liy great, namo and an empire saved hall hail ihec' Savior and LHjera- FEARED I "fmil-a-te" Cured Him LABOR MEN PASS MANYJOTION SERIES OF REFORMS ADVOCATE .THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF RESOLUTIONS MUQH MeKCNNVeto. ST. STKPHUN, N.B. Jan. "I wiFlrto tell yon of the great good "Fruit-a-lives" have done for me. For years, I was a martyr to Chronic Consti- pation and Stomach Trouble. I was greatly run down aud my friends feared I had Consumption. I tried numerous doctors and all kinds of medicines, but received no relief until advised to try "Fruit-a-tives" by Sir. McCreatly St. Stephen, and am pleased to say that I now enjoy excellent health, "Fruit- a-tives" are the best medicine made, and I strongly advise my friends to tise HUGH McKENNA: 'Fmit-a-tives" is the only medicine that will positively and completely cure Constipation. This wonderful compound of fruit juices acts directly on _the liver, causing this organ to extract more bile from the blood, and to give up more bile to move the bowels regularly and naturally. a boi, 6 for trial sise, 250. At all dealers orient on receipt of price by-Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. Wo remain, ever at. your, service, mid upon the day of battle. X5CAL WKST TORONTO. NT0. S.D.P. of Canada. sive our greetings to lent.-Cols. I-IodRiiis. Morrison, llar- oit. and Maunsell, not forgetting on. CotKr.i and all other true and to of Mars. To this memorial of esteem the llanl colonel replied in the follow- K manner: Minister's Office, Ottawa, August, 17, 19912. par I have much plcasum in returning .you your letter, Veil may tvaiH it as model for' the future. It displays uch a splendid spirit, such n grasp C public affairs that one might ex- ipect it to emanate from a lunatic sylum or possibly from sornn worse place. an engineer yet reach his goal who stopped to sling chunks of coal at every puppy that yelped at hiin 'as be passed along. Faithfully, SAM "HUGHES. The folloAying note, which was round the box of soldiers, was also returned; "Dear Enclosed find de- tachment as promised. Yoii may take them with ybu: as a bodyguard upon your trip to the Kaiser, and be sure to deliver your Vancouver speech in his presence.. Beware of them pes- ky Prussians. You are Canada's only hope; so loolt after yourself.'1 Gtielph, Out., Sept. Trade Congress put in a very busy seasio this morning, rushing through'resoli tlons covering a wide range of ques Uonu of interest to Labor, from th eight hour day to (Ho prohibition o black lists by employers. On motion of Delegates Duffy am W. Goodwin, of Union K. L. C., o Truro, N.S., the International Trade and Labor organizations will bo pe titloned-to send organizers througl the maritime provinces. Resolutions were passed asking the American Federation of Labor to sub mlt a resolution, at its nest conven tion, recommending the adoption universal interchangeable member ship cards, enabling members to join local unions in any part of the coun try without initiation fee. Delegate McLennan, of Sprlnghill presentee! a resolution aslt for legislation making it illegal private corporations, such as the big steel companies to employ private po- lice. Resolutions aimed at wider free- dom of speech, the universal eight- hour ,day, asking for legislation mak- ing it an offence for employers to hire help without notifying them if there is a strike or lockout in progress. All three carried. The black list question was discuss- ed, but it was considered that the question had .better he considered more fully, and it was referred to the committee. The 'usual arguments were used in advocating the extension of the eight hour day, until it became universal. Delegate Moore, secretary of the Car- penters, urged the members to make liaste slowly, and merely nass the re- solution asking for legislation from the Dominion parliament, making an eight hour day in the 'building trades. WORD PICTURE OF A POLITICIAN Learn now of .Hosiery Really Fault-Free! Let your next hosiery purchase Pen-Angle, j Examine these perfected stockings or socks closely when the clerk shows them to you. Notice the utter absence of the clumsy, troublesome seams you have been wearing. Hold them up and study how the shape has been.knit into the fabric dragged into shape as in allotherhose. And.then, when you wear them, see how snug and neat they fit shape-retaining their method of manu- facture how long-wearing our exclusive knittingprocessmakesitsureyourhosewill you cease casual buying and demand only 79 HADE BY Penmans Limited PARIS, CANADA Swcilcrf, etion. The union of army, aiid police Pekin sent in a threatening letter nd the council decided, to ratify, tho ominatiorjs Yuan Th-en uau Shi Kat mildly'censured his ilitary leaders interferenc hich must have made the soldiers ugh. It has every ono else. A WOMAN'S LONG Dora Jtodriritiez, a ninctoen-year-oid girl, from Amsterdam, is here today, after completing a wnlk.of fifteen thousand miles. She has tramped through ev- ery country in North America anil En- rope. She is the daughter of a dia- mond dealer in Amsterdam, and lived with nn aunt in Scotland until three and a.half years ago, when she decid- ed to see the world afoot. FUNNY INCIDENT IN CONNECTION WITH COUNCIL OF CHINESE, REPUBLIC Tlios. domes, oi Acton, had his iaw hroK-en when ho n-aikeii into a noving train at Guelph. A compau- on escaped injury. iusband Declared Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable i Compound Would Re- store Her Health, And It Did. Ashlind, "Four years ago I eemed to have everything the matter with me, I had fe- maieand kidney trou- ble and was so bad off I could hardly rest day or night I doc- Pekln, Sept. helpless- ness is painfully apparent. Yuan Shi Kai is having tlie time of his life hold- ing the government together, .prin- cipally ou account of the obstructive tactics of the politicians, many 'of them young, inexperienced mon, com- posing the national assembly. President Yuan has, however, at last taken a firm hold on tlie situa-j tion and with th-e covert aid of.the] military, has succeeded in chastening the council. It seems that the astute Yuan has also succeeded in obtaining the support of the country at large in what he has done and henceforth the embryonic statesmen of the nation council will probably make less trou- ble. Last week the president sent to the council a number of nominations to fill vacancies made in tlie cabinet -by the resignations of certain men be- longing to the party of Tang Shao Yl, the premier who suddenly quit. Yuan begged these men to stay, but they put their party interests above their duty to the government, and Y was compelled to accept, their resig- nations. He proposed a list of suc- cessors and sent them to the national council. Then a perfectly ludicrous, yet pain ful thing happened. -Air. Lou, the new premier, presented, the names in a brief speech before the council. Tho premier is a diplomat and poli- tician, having 'been abroad in the diplomatic service for the last twenty years or so. He made a very ba-d im- pression. In .the beginning his remarks were most tactful. He said be was not a politician and did not know much about the politics this nation as did the members of the council. He also said he was a man who had no IOTOBIST MAKING GOOD HEADWAY tored with all the hnblts, never went to the reatntir- 41 Jill? best doctors in town and took many kinds of medicine but noth- ing did any good un- til I tried your won- derful remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- Mv husband said it ible Compound. ould restore my health and .it rs.'MAY WYATT, Ashland, Ky. There are probably hundreds of thou- nda of women in the United States 10 have been benefittodby this famous 1 remedy, which was produced from ots and herbs over thirty years ago by woman to relieve woman's suffering. cad What Another Woman says: Camden, N. J. bad female trou- e and a serious displacement and was ed and discouragt-d and unabletodo my ork. My doctors told md never could cured without an operation, but anka to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable mpound J am cured of that affliction rt have recommended it to more than o of my friends with the best results.'' Mrs. KLI.A JOII.NSTON, 324 Vine Si. If you iraiit special adrfrd wriJe Io (Ihi K.rinUinm Mediclim Co. (coiifl- ntinl) Lynn, Yonr Iftler irill read ft nil answered by ants ami never saw the white or reel lights oC :i metropolis; nor did he drink, nor did. ho smoke, etc. It was all done In such a way as to imply that, not being a politician it wa; natural that he did not do these things. Having already Implied that the members of the council were politic- ians, he thus aroused a deal of resentment and llw council promptly rejected all the nominations which Yuan Shi Kai had scut down by Lou. It was :i slap in the face for Yuan Sli! Kai, bill tliit; clever smokes cigarettes, and has tieeu known to lake a once retal- iated in a manner most effective. Kirstly, Yuan Shi Kai coimminirated the situation (.0 the provinces ami ex- plained ihn. dangers of delay in the organization of tho government. Tlie. council accordingly received snores of protesting telegrams from the prov- inces, some of them threatening. Then (lie military took action. There was a moot Ins of the. commanding otlioors stationed in Pckin, at which it wns decided to support Yuan nurf to re- romnrand io him thai ihc council THOS. W. WILBY, ON WAY-FROM HALIFAX TO .PACIFIC COAST REACHES TRIP TO DATE New Westminster, B. C., Word received at the ofilce of the Canadian Highway, Association yes- terday afternoon convoyed the infor- mation that well over a third of the ccast-to-ccast automobile journey now being attempted by Thomas W. WiJ'hy bad .been, accomplished. Jlr. Wllby reached Toronto on Saturday, having made a quick run to that city from Montreal, where he spent some time in companj Mi. Tarte, proprie- tor of La Patrie, one of tlie staunchest supporters, of tho good roads move- ment in Eastern Canada. Everywhere on his tripjhrougk the Maritime Provinces, Quebec and. On- tario, Mr. Wilby has been acclaimed as the herald of a new era motor travel, and the fore-ruuner of a laige army of tourists. That, he encountered, serious difficulties .duty ing his journey westward is -proved by the remarkably gocd time he Is mak- ing, he having only taken eleVea days to make the trip from Halifax to Toronto. If it is possible for him. to continue liis Journey rate of teed he will reach, the Pacific coast iu littte more weeks. Several cities along his route have presented Sir. Wilby with, flags, but the pennants of the Canadian High- Association and the Automobile Club of Canada' continue to occupy the places of Tidnor on his To tb-e letters of greeting sent W. J Ken, president ot the Highway As- sociation, from the civic authorities of bare'now been added sev- eral communications from other ood- eg, ami there seems every prospect' of the first coast-to-coast motor mail assuming bulky proportions before New Westminster is reached. Wilbur Yoims, of Bridgetown, NT S., was found dead by bis mother; kneel- ing beside.his bed. Hu had shot him- self. To Protect the Beauty That is Yours onmn and held iu strict confidence, dissolved If it failed to tako proper and to enchance it, if that be possible. Is z duty none the less binding because it has been made so agreeable. That duty centres In Beauty's chief expression, the skin. 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