Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'tTTi I.ETHMRIDGE DAILY Monday. Aligns! IS. Betteir Dinners Is dinner ready, Mary Yes, is ready, and, I think, a great success." Your cooking is improving." "Well perhaps it is, and 1 hope but really, Mrs. Housewife, I think our new Gurncy-Oxford is partly responsible for success I have had lately. I was never able to cook roasts and fowl so well on our old and as for bread and biscuits, I used to tremble when I went to take them from the were so often soggy and heavy. Now they are always light and beautifully brown, and, if I do say it myself, something to be proud of." That's true, Mary, my husband has said almost the tune thing. I'm awfully glad you approve of my choice of a Gurney-Oxf ord. He approves became of the saving in coal since we got it, also because of tlie better meals he is getting." "Indeed he's right, it requires so little attention." "That'sfine, Mary. Will you serve dinner in a few minutes C. W. GRAY Phone 761 Lethbridge, Alta. EYEGLASSESAND WOMEN, PRO CHA_RACTER1ST1CS Gadsby's Breezy Chat on LAWN MOWING ATBAWNISHIT WILL PROHIBIT THE CUTTING'OF BRASS IN EARLY MORNING HOURS Slokiuie, Aug. provision to suppress the-man who insists on mow- ing ail la.wn in the early liours of the Vnornrag, disturbing the, rest of his 'neighbor, will be inserted In the nuis- ordinance beinc; drawn by the 'lorporaiion counsel's office at the re- fluest, of the health department and the department of public safety. Much compJeiltif- on this score has been lieMtf (fell reason, and in one locality mM reporieu -nno is in the tubH ofirnowing his lawn as early as f-'AMgW provision that bas been klked to be Inserted is one requiring to trim their shade trees to klgkt feet above sidewalks, Wo- JMO inti eipenihe millinery have (complained that sbade trees In imne the city are permitted to trow until the limbs strike the 'fit pedestrians, damaging'the head- gear. JJumerous telephone calls have re- cently been received by Assistant Cor- oration Counsel Hooper offering sug- estions for incorporation into the or- inance and considered radical, are lotted down with a view later use. Na-Dru-Go Dyspepsia Tablets 1 Quickly Pul Disordered Stomachs Ritht revelation to the chronic 'dyspeptic to fcclno discomfort after a hearty meal, when that meal followed by one >ia-Dru-Co Dyspepill Tablet He is hardly prepared for the almost magic relief which the tablet Kivos him from the various discomforts fo which he is accustomed after entlllg. Na-Dru-Co DyspepsiaTableUjmeetcn tlml itomaciis that feel is if I stone had beta givi the needed assistance to stOMths tin Containing in themselves active principle needed for dlgwtinf every Und of food, Dytptpsw f Tablets enable .the weakest stom.chs to get the good out of is i eaten, preventing the accumulation ot I undigested food and'giis. With help for a while, the digestive organs recover do their work properly, nnd'your troubles ire over. Don'tgo-iivsuffcring! Gela.soc.noz 'of Na-Dnl-Co Tablets from your druggist today. National Drug L .ud Cheiilicul Co. of Ciuadi, Limited, f-WQiiteial. WEALTHY SOCIALIST TELLS WHY HE RETAINS HIS RICHES Perkins, and "Stroiis-arm" bosses like Bill Flymi "The Third-Party in States' (11. F Gndsby-in Ihe Toronto Star) Is this third-party iniiue.up? Well It's Uaptisle's pot for pcasoup. ItVlike Paddy's receipt for cake. There's a little of everything, in Thi-ro are greedy millionaires like political it, ralnil you: but not pervading it. There are sore-head politician's in it, who did not. set u-hac they wauled, or did ,not get it fast enougli In the old parties. There are Lorimer-healers in it. who hope to use it as a revenge on-the publican organization. There are vouus statesmen In it who expect to climb mucker by this ladder. There are rich -men like Glfford and Ames I'inchot iu it. Honest Nicodomuses who would give up, not all, but a good sized contribution to the campaign fund to follow Theodore Roosevelt. There are snlleu malcontents In it, who accept it. as the least, of then- evils and stare-eyed optimists who think It is goius 10. mate the whole world better. There are highbrow professors in It and lowbrow fixers. There are eager crusaders iu il like ludae Ben Lindsay and calculating axe-grinders like-well, like anybody whoso name seems to lit. There are rome bad mon In it and many good jump, into tlw water. "What If U nays Ihe third parly uiiiu. 'Its die other side we want W swim to. Nobody has license to laugh "t third party. These are they who have through the mo, having been Ural, so to speak, from both parties.. Their garments have been washed In Ihe blood ot the bull moose and are whiter oiseifltons and distribute the pro- eeds among the poor. In answer .Mr. itokes said today: "Incredible though it will doubtless to most people, it is nevertheless rue that T would gladly do that very bins if .there were the remotest chance that such a course would re- ult in more 'emancipation' than tho course I am pursuing." "Almsgiving upon a very large scale has gone on for thousands of years, and doubtless with benefit to ndividuils, and to some recipients, as large a proportion of the .people in poverty as ever before (barring occasional rare per- iods of pestilence or Some- thing far more radical than almsgiv- ing Is required it poverty, want anil sickness arc to be appreciably lessen- ed. 'We Socialists find it much rnoro rational to use the means at our dis- posal help nour.ced tho Master of Klihanli's a tempt to "queer the pitch." MENTIONED FOR A POSSIBLE PORTFOLIO An Ottawa special to the Calgary 'Herald says the names of R. B. Bennett, J. D. Taylor, R. F. Green, M.P.'s, and A. S. Goodeve, of the nailway Commission, are mentioned in connection with the proposed new Dominion portfolio of Alex I lea li. in custody at Los Ai es charged with bank robbery, at oms .......0.............. to 'Jump when trod upon, but thi'lNew Westminster, C., will be- re- chances are ton to one'that It will I for trial. Table Board All home cooking. Lariat or Gentleman 1208 Third-Arc. S. (Redpath) PIIOM: 1.150 'i. IN CASH FjOR :imsT BREAD .AT LETHBRIDGE TAIK MADE FROM '.OUR FLOUR See prize list or write us for full Information ENTRIES, FRE5 The Ellison Milling Co. Certain in results beca u se purest in q ii a 1-ity; try it-stnd HOSIER Hpsmer, AuT- Harmful, a. Russian employed in ,the mine at this place, had the misfortune to sprain bis ankle while at. work o.u Friday morning. The injured man-was at once conveyed to the hospital, wncre his injuries were attended to. Miss Mary Mariatt, who left uere at he beginning of July for a trip to the was visiting with friends at Fernie on Friday, St-eve Lawson was made a proud father on Monday last, and is wear- inc a happy smile these days. PRINTING BILL IS VERY HEAVY IT IS FIGURED THAT BRITISH M, p.'s USE-100 SHEETS'OF WRIT- ING PAPER EACH-DAILY London, Aug. government's printing hill shows an estimate for the coming year of .for tho special stationery used by members of the House of Commons. It it es- timated that sheets ot su- perfine note paper is supplied lor this sum. .This it works out is-nwre than 1110 sheets a day for each member and the question arises, what do they uso it lor The insurance act' lias cost to date' lalt a million: dollars- for printing ex- planatory 'pamphlets, and the expens- es of its general operation are mount- ing daily. The government has had to take over the largest skating rink in Lon- don, which for tlie storage ol insurance act liter- ature. IE il Miss Annie-'JlcLeod returned from Coleman on Thursday.evening on the SlockcH, general superin- tendent of the C. P. ft- Natural Kc- local. Lewis lourtcs- Department, 'Coal Mining branch, arrived in town on norning. Dr. John N7ay in extended trip in the cast on Mon- lav next. Snndhy cxpccls to leave for .WILL ASK POPE AID HER Miss Mary Marlatt, late teacher at the Ilosmer Public school, arrived in town on Sunday last- There is a minor in town that Miss. Chrissie IMtblaito may'he tlie second teacher at the Hosn.er school, when ichool reopens on Monday, 'August 20th. Miss Pilbl.Klb, it will he re- membered, was.teaching.-here.- until her resignation last summer. Harry Braithwaiie 'is, filling the position in the power lately by Dan Pollock, .while If. K- Alexander manipulates the throttle oi the locomotive around, the intricacies of "U Level." The mines' payroll shows a steady increase each month, and Aug. 17th will he one or the bigscst pay days on record for some time. A, foreigner from "Shack, Town" was found removing some ot the pro- perty of the Ilosmer ..Rifle .Associa- tion from tlie range on .Friday last, and it'is intehrtcit to' make an ex- ample of At .the end .-of last season, there was a considerable amount of wilful damage done'to tho range- the targets tieing slit across, and'tlie frames support- ing them injured hy some malicious person, and intended to put n stop to tlits sort ni thing. The I'r.rnie Civilian Rifle associa- tion have hern invitiMl.to come down lo HosniOT iinil'1'pniiiBli'..ngainst the home tciini, r.ill'i'r fin' Ihe 'iSKi or! of this month II, is also inlenil- i rd to brins off I lie club cup and spoon shooli; smur, time during .-'the present month, the dale to he announced lat-1 cr. Mrs. Logue to Recover Money She Lent to j.Priest Now Dead Trenton, NT. J., Aug. cane im- lisiml in the history of the Catholic church in the United States has Just been made public by the announce- ment of Mrs. Jas. Logue, parish- ioner ot one of ilie Catholic churches here, that she is preparing to to the Pope a cliilm for money lent to the Rev. Father Missle, who, nntil the time of his fleiith, wai pastor of the church at Basking Hidgc, N.J. She says she cannot get the money back, and declares she will at once re- fer the matter to the Holy Father to see that, justice is .done. The priest died without having made provision for repayment. Mrs. Logue says the sum with interest now amounts 10 BEES NEARLY FINISHED HIM Vancouver. Aug. by bees in eight spots on, his face, Frederick' Gunter, agerl 40, nearly died on Sat- urday, lie was unconscious .in hospital for many hours, but is now on the road to recovery. HOUSE FLIES are halclicd in manure and revel in filth. Scientists hive discovered that they are largely responsible for the spread of Tuberculosis, Typhoid, Diphtheria', Dysentery, Infantile Diseases of the Bowels, etc. J- f "Every packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS will kill more flies tlrnn 300 sheets of sticky-pupcr.