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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LE T HBBI PiG B ,.; I> AIL Y HERALD Pace 9 The Tea-Taster's Polite is one-of the most delicate organs in the world. It can detect the * ' slightest imperfection, of blend. , Eroin raw leaf to sealed packet,. . the most expert care is responsible for li The most experienced tasters 1  watch the blends-and no slightp&U 4ivi-pe^fcetion is permitted to 'gp^fc A ^03'fcotlj.|)tirp.}ind delightfully ' iptnwi^ktit, .bevcra&'eV " -"'  Two New Companies Incorporated Which Will Exploit Northern Country VVITrJgSS; VO^bBUE'^ IN NATIVE TONGUE MADC- WORK RA-' THER DIFFICULT What's in a name?. Judge Winter, in the BlstrlctV-?OUr't'today. ?made it clear that there was much importance attached to this, phrase in the case of Arsen . Kiimuk, 'an; Austrian miner, ?who appeared charged with..causing liodily Imrra. to . and stealing $4(1.00 from Klmovl'Kialmuk at Kipp on December 14 last.- When the indictment against the prisoner Was read by Interpreter Sadowski, "some difference of opinion ^arose as to the correct way of spelling and pronouncing prisoner's name, Mr, Smith, who represented the accused suggested it was Kuhllm-tinuk, or something worse; but.tbelfi-terpreter-cleared-the way-by. informing the Ooun that it was Kllmufc. . . The entire.,evidence of the witnesses had to-:be interpreted,, and His J-Ion-or, along'.with Mr. Gonybeare for the Crown, and' Mr.-�� Smith had a lively time of it following the case.'Even. Court Stenographer Dawson appeared distracted*. IClalmuk, .the .victim,of the assault, was the 'star'witness' for Jthe Crown, and in-giving^his evidence worried the Court 'repeatedly .by his rapid ��fire-delivery in Prussian to the interpr.a�err..�whoi - had-, liis'TTvo'rk ',cut out in- rfriinslotlng. The. effect of- the* evidence^ was- tuat tne-wifwjaa .was nu,j over the head with r a piece' of .wood In the,;haRds o�-the prisoner, ;who ,is alleged 'to have 'taken some - money from. -b.too;- "Drink played ..a. part..An, the- game..............j...... ____ ........ .. Cross-examined- by Mr. "Smith: 'What dicf'you'drink frbm? Was' it � cuij or" a glasS'?" ' '� 1 ' " " �f',wftneBS:*"'l''t!TianK 'from'' a -botfle." }��� Mr. Smith: "Were you drunk?" i',, Witness:: "No.;I got drunk after I lyas tilt '.with the stick." ..( ,.. 'Mr. Sjhithv *'Tflie7i ^tick made yoif drunk, -That's^lMew 'way." (E-ajighj ter.)...u , . . \ , The'case is-^101 iii �grog^a8s. FOUND A GENUINE REMBRANDT > Karachi, India, Feb. 7.-According to -aiurepoit^recetved from M uszoor lc, no little stir, has been caused in artistic ' circles there by the discovery jln the Landoiir'b'nzaar, or native mar-jjtet, of what is'described as a genuine Rembrandt., _lt is said that several experts have pronounced the plc->|ure.to be authentic.  ,|. EmiJ M Laplante, a Lake Superior Corporation employee, aged 25, was sKJlled'by. avtrain; .QaptyJ-L- McGullough was elected president of 4b e Northumberland Club o� Coboijrg. Ont. Squabble Oyer a Real Estate Deal Medicine Hat, AUa., -Feb. 7.-T-D. D Fitzgerald,- a w,efH HPPWJ*, ^Jiancier and contractor, was('today'Sent up for trial on a chafg^ of forgeyyr -sstx per cent. � interest 'bearings cantwietg'' on sale of said land, said contracts to become due and payable on�S-quarter within^each successive year .in cash, from date of such jconteact, until the full amount of each such contract' is paid in cash.  ^Bending alleges, this 'clause* was no,t in the agreement 'wb.en he signed it, and a charge of f^rpery against Fitzgerald resulted.' He is released on $4,000 bail. ' Ottawa, Feb. 6.-The railway committee of the commons today reported two railway bills winch give par-j liairnentary sanction to a couple of ambitious western railway projects. One bill-incorporates the Calgary, Edmonton and Fort McMurray. Railway .c&mpany,, with a capita! stock of! .$10,000,000.. .and,, headquarters at jL.uu.v.iv�". T*., w-...., j \-~^-''to coiisttuqt a railway jrmn CalRarv- to Edmonton, thence to "Fort McMUn'ay, then folio wing the A Uiabasca River to Chippcwyn, thence .'iiorliheSty.. by the most feasible route west of Slave river, passiiis near Fort Smifjli. .to Fort Resolution, on Great''Slave lake. The company als6-proposfe's; to construct a branch line Irorii'-" Fqrt Smith to Fort Vermilion, and 'arioth' er from a point-on the-Red .Deer; river to the town of .Red Deer. The second bill reported- incorporates, the Northwestern Railway company, with a capital -stock of.$2,000,-; 000 and headquarters ait "Ottawa. It proposes to build a line from Regina-westerly to Tuxford, on the C.P.R.,, thence-t-o Red Deer, with a Itrancli line to 'Hattlcford and Fort McKay. EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 IS A HAY -BUYER W. J. LLOYD TELLS" HERALD THAT FARMERS HAVE PROFITABLE FIELD IN PACIFIC PROVINCE CONVICTION SENTENCED DEFERRED; RENDING APPEAL ON. ARMI^SABlClTY - f,QF iA;LL|QBbWN'F6S. ' 81 ON- "i i William LmiStrom^ni'fJairtjos^Mann were found guilty :'"-ye&t&tday..�>_, afternoon by .Judge \yintpP-in4HefBvBlirict Court, of stealing? qn.e-. hundred' bushels of wheat from Frank" Lewis at Barnwell; on or ''about 'Kbv^dst; last. Sentence*.was- deferred :.ltenSlng an -appeal which twillrbeh,teken,:by� oounsei-for the defensei  to the Supreme Court/�on the. grounds; ^hat a. confession alleged .to ^havc Ueejv ni^de by Mann to-Sergt. .Ash'ot the R.fl.W. M.P., and Chief ot^Poljce Roberts of Tabcr, should not have �becp* admitted in the evidence-lor. the', presecution. �. A uSpquel v . ..'  ..... As a. sequel to^iJie-'joregoins, case, James Mann , appeared agaijv ..before HisYlotior this nw)rft{ng,oH oharge of stealing 70 bushelg.;qf;wheats from Win. Bullock at ,BftFnwcU,, '."on Ot about October lasL- TJie same evidence introduced^ jn^'ibe ,.: previous case, was used in ,tWs'.*ir,"st^pce,. with the result. that;ir tlicu/prisoner was found guilty .ai^'"perrtenpe(r *i"de{erred pendinn- an appc^i,iQj^t$hp.,grQVjndf5 registered in the other caei - 'v , W. J. IJoyd, manager of the FamjiL Products Company, Ltd., of this city.i returped this morning from an ex-? tended, business trip to British Columbia points. Mr. Lloyd had earned thing to say of the immens'e opportunities which v;confront Alberta far-,i mers in paying, a' little more atten'| tion to the hay industry. At>�presen)j Mr. Lloyd says British Columbia people depend largely .on American hay^ rVLJiJh Si -2.  Jjonnrot rule 1R..'.JoprfeGt. On the other hand at_times the grade; and the shipping of Alberta hay Wag] not been up to the same-higlj,.standard,; and Mr. Lloyd is of the opinion tbifi if Alberta could remedy th'}s;?-fnere would be no question whatever that's; large and profitable hay , iindustry could .be built up. .'The ' people of British' Columbia use enormous' quan titles of hay, said Mr. LIoydt and If we secure that trade it would prove1 of great advantage to Alberta, 1 MOST SICKNESS COMES FRQM WEAK, INACTIVE Recent Reports Show Hundreds Suffer With Kidney Troubles and Don't Know It .There ar . � Croxone cure's th.e wpyet casfes .oft kidney,\ bladder- tvjR^ble; ajj^. rheumatism, bepause^^niov^. the cause. -.-It. o)�aD0..qp%^p; neys, and makes't]!^ fljier put' all 'the"-poisonqus' W8,^eJlfwM(p^ it is practicalJy\f|gp4P{|Ib|e-;];Q take it Into :thQ^Jh^ma^..iByptep>. without results^'' ' Tt'Ou-can ss'|ro"m' any first class awfflfty JA]] 'druggists are. authprt^d^tQlingrson-. all3' return th?r/g)U�ijnttte',BrU!e-|f It - fails. to give* ;tU�: dfiSjr^d ^p-s^fs th6,.yery. JJpt^lrqeAyou, use it - "Ur? r* , TIED UP THE GITY Brandon, Feb. 7.-Brandon, indus^ trially speaking,- is practicably: at a standstill today. About threei-o'clopk this morning a large generator in tj}e Brandon 1 Electric Light Company's, plant broke down crippling .every Jn.-dustry in the city. Depending upoi}: the company for power supply all tjtje three local evening newspapers aje; among the .principal sufferers) and iij; hope that the power will be ajvallab^p; to publish at the regular hourjiare go-; ing ahead setting type by hand. Some of the largest industries for�unate}y; have their own power plants] and therefore a breakdown at  the. e]oa trie light company's plant ; has r\ot affected them. Hanbury Manufaot-uring Company, McDermid ^CJCla.rk-, the. Maple. Leaf Milling Co.j:;;"a,nd tlje Western Canada Flour. MJlJs^, aj:a among those not affected. >t': . CITY AND DISTRICT The Police Willing The usual Sunday evening band eon-cert will be held in the Majestic theatre on. -Sunday next. . v ,: , v�.� *�**km)i^mv�w�. in their sorrow The Late H. Gurr ,, ' The death took: place atonoon ot Henry J. Gurr, at the family res|dP?l.oa' ,in:.North Lethbrldge., Mr; C(urr had been ailing for some time, anaj.d^jtfngi .the past few days had - beej|Hun.eoJti-axslous. Hew'as 5S years of |g�|.,,JH?f Gurr was a'native ot Dover^^gla^d, ,and had been, in Canada far-, a", .qualnfanco. He leavs a wl4p^y''^n^S several children, 'mostly Adults, audi including 'four spne; Thomajj-tj^a^Bj", J'amea and Albert. - The fani{ljf,iny,/eV the deep sympathy of iW3?;irJ�ix84' :__j lohn Andfc-rson. Miss C;;rlson k^vc a spli'tnlld roading, while .Misn Klvlra KuiiKt,'-! solo, and a piano selection by 11 iKS Sdea Woslying, were thoroughly enjoycil, �  � Fifty-four niembcrs was the splendid .-Hlendancc at the monthly meeU ing of Knox Ladies' Aid yesterday af-ternoon. Mrs. Lafferty and Mrs. J. V. .Mu-n-ay formed to reception committee, while the newly appointed officers presided. r . The ladie* decided to entertain the choir on FViduy, February 14, and to hold a congregational social on March 10. A series of chain teas will be held at the various homes during the winter. The hostess, who represents a yeaiy paya> $5.00( while the year entertains twelve mdnths, who; each pay - ?2.D0. 'Each "month entertains the week will in turn entertain seven days, who pay 50 cents each, Each day will entertain .twelve hours, each of which will Contribute 25 cents. The plan will net the society a goodly sum. Mrs. -William Henderson, Mrs. Craig and Mrs. W. J. Armstrong were hosCessesy-wnile Mrs. W. B.. Burnett, Mfs. 'J. G." Robertson and Mrs. Gibson will be hostesses of the next regular meeting. . " .... . * �? . ' The special rheeting of St. Cyprian s Parish Auxiliary, which was held yesterday afternoon-' in the Pariah' Hall, resulted, in very important business being transacted. Twenty-four members- werc, present,! while, six new names, were 'added to the roll. After the opening exercises the constitution was taken up and amended, and a'clause-inserted providing fo'i' an hoiiorary.president. Mrs. McMil-len, jr., was elected honorary president at the annual meeting. Standing committees were appomt-ed.as foliows-;.  . Sick and Visiting--Mrs. Hay, Mrs. MeMillen, .sr.;. M-ra.. Fleetwood, Mrs. D. A. Taylor, Mrs; Tuffs and Mrs. McLean. � Welcome-Mrs. Wellington, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Dodman, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. "Rhodes; ,Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. Forbesi Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Angus, Mrs.-He'It, Mrs. Stanley and. Mrs. MeMillen;' jr,-;. ;;: . � : Envelope-Mi t. Bartlett, Mrs. Wellington, Mrs. Kellogg .and Mrs. Young. Buying and Gutting-Mrs. Glazier, Mrs. MeMillen, srJ; Mrs. Dodman, and-Mrs. Boyd, with power to name their assistants*..I,.,.-!; .,:,:.-; .-- -:� -^-.-.v. .i--;: The whole auxiliary was^divided into sides, with Mrs.. Bartlett and Mrs-C .R, Peters, as captains ot tb.e>^8ug-. "��Mon -cnmpe;-f-on." Ther.'i3ea'vfe-to'' bring'' in' new Ideas �art'd;"^uggeaiioiia-along the lines ;.ofr Ltal#nt -W'ork  and self-denial, in.�orderatp�materially, increase the society's, "funds'- during the-Lenten sea!s,o^:'i -,",'�.-p  Mrs, - J-iayr ,'and vMis:-.Glazier twere the hosteVses' yes'joMarf whiW Mts., Hay' ffftl M!rs. Podmaii'/will'.-fni that position at ;the"; next, regular, meeting. riday and Saturday at the HUDSON'S BAY STORES COTTON FILLED BED COMFORTERS Regular '?2.itT for ............ BOYS' KNITTED WOOL HOSE Regular r,0c to 75c, for ...... LADIES' ELASTIC RIBBED VESTS Regular 50c and 00 tor......... LADIES' ASTRACHAN Regular $3fl.00 for . FUR COATS LADIES' PURE WOOL SWEATER COATS Regular ?fi.00 to ?8.00 for.............. LADIES' WHITE TAILORED AND LINGERIE WAISTS Regular up to $2.75 for.......................... LADIES' SWART TAILORED SKIRTS Regular up.tQ $5.00. for ........�............... MEN'S BLACK RIBBED WOOL SOCKS Regular-35c; 4-pair for ........ MEN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS Regular $1.25" Iille-for............. MEN'S KNITTED WOOL SWEATER COATS Regular up to $3.50 for................... MEN'S TWEED AND AVIATION CAPS Regular $}.50-values 'tor v..'..;.......... GLASS SYRUP JUGS WITH NICKEL TOPS Sold regularly at 30 �. v; , ,.Mr. and Mrs. A.jH. McKeown, of Red Deer, are. week-end visitors with their Slaughter, 'Mrs-,'Andrew Tilley. # *' * Mias Rust, of Victoria, is spending a month, the guest .of her sister, Mrs. A'. C. D.i Blanchardi. m � * 'Mr. and Mrs. -O, J. Whitney are spending a short time in Winnipeg. Mrs. ..William Ingrain, went to Calgary-today to attend tho quarterly meeting of the diocesan board of the Woman s Auxiliary, ot the Anglican Church. � Mrs.'A. Hall, who. has been ill with a threatened attack- of appendicitis, is better. � * -  Mias Annie Dixon,. Fourth avenue, continues to improv-e^'nicely, after her recent operatiojviand expects to be able to ait up tmnm-rowv � Rev. C. H. Pophanv who has been confined to his hotise with a severe cold, Is' better, tttdtfgh not able to be out yet.  ':- "' �'' "'� '.- * ^'' ;- '" - Mrs. Alfred MJresell, who underwent 'ah opevation 'at the Gait Hospital on Monday, is progressing very favorably. 1 .... ... . ^ ^ � � i: .- Judge and Mrs. Winter entertained kew/s Waller, Miss Madge. .Tj the radge and Reginald D^ane^'ah^ a few friends to-supper last, evemng^'ar'their home on. Nineteenth avenue west, after the performance at the Sherman Grand.- Calgary Herald...... .��'.�*'� '�� � '   � jETjjiquely pretty invitations are out tp.p.|^e. St.^Valentine's .ball, to be. held In.the-S. O. E." hail" on. l14,-, unaer...the auspices of..tha Daughters and Maids, and Sons of England societies.. Those desiring m-vitatipns:'phone 1151 or 7.15. �....-.'��'''-. . '� "  "" * - � fhe United Commercial Travellers will-hold a get-acquainted evening at the K of P. hall on Saturday, commencing at eight-thirty, to which the piotl) gn g-rfimme teitflir- . . ______ .,, ... , , *. : % *  er. The city-is-^so. *ituateii that .it:-:^1,,ni:r,c"\ "T",. " "~ "" | ~v " *v "*"~'I"*B'"',"****,*�V**,V""'' ^6 Auditorium 'Glub' 'dance last mif-ht do\i-roi|-Tivaro�ocnJo POwot,,{W1^ ,rt-,tt,f^(i ,J h� A'gained to �d- eniW proved quite aV enjoyable as it ?ovns 'its^own.-pow � ]?lant ^ 6Sc^^Ld^ the preceding ones of the series, and coal mine , it is situated m a miningi �Tcerns -would rather .have available will.bo .njad?.- � wagwattended .by one (hundred find j centre where . there are 'availa,b}0| fftjy, guests-. /Good musiq, combined j thousands, ot, tons.., of slack, coal; with the excellent floor iu the K. of, there. Is also a large supply of mixed P,.fi&ll made dancing' a pleasure in-1 nut and pea, coal^ there ?s alio an while a. choice,,,8iipper menu i alternative, tliat is of buying a sup- 5tb Tin India and Ceylon Tea; Regular $2.00 for $1.50 GOLDEN WAX BEANS Per tin ft Rbss to Inves-. -��-iisate Piobfeni ..,.V-"iM - " .t_>,.. :!f.-'-\ ,,.*���'� *t JSoweiv- Njituial 5,1s has ..tile'' advantage^-ovei j The' odsfc'.oT ' eleoti'lc pi-ddficcr gas horn cpal in the ifatio oieases'-as. the a*oun^-co"nsu'riVea)"^ of -f^'td 1y thus eliraiuating-'tlte-'^pro- greases:' " '. 1 .' �\ �'jrjjp ihv&sw ai^uni^t. Producer gas ' Mr. flp>sfleft'witV 5uptV ReAd woukl IWet Morris* Theatre,.. Consisting jpf ^^il following: " ; ' >\, 2,000 Rolls "of Pappr,^all tho newest * desigiirf'^yr'Sp^iAgrrPaper-haiiiiinji will be . soldip roon},l6ts,.ap,y size- �' 80 volumoB iif -1)Ooks by diffi n-nl ontlioj'�; large quantit^'of^Bicushes %m\. Dry raint^,"^ Aiso evenf'tlihto;']u'Ho(Lisehold Tinnitui-c. � mm, 66 ;