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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday,' February 8,1013. THE LE T fl BR ID G'tfDA IL Y HE li A L D Page 9 N Of ELEMENTS s now an mm fact Chemists Discover. Great Secret of Nature Which May Develop Great Possibilities I will be able to . change lead gold?" Ramsay was asked;-. "I do not know," was the reply. "It might mean that, but the cost j would probably.be too groat to make it worth while. The Importance of the discovery is that we have do-' ciphered another line in the "book of .,,,,, ... : nature and opened the door to- fur-London, i-eb.-8,-rhe keenest inter- | ther discoVericS- Th(J^e may bc com. est has been aroused in/ the scientific j mercial consequences, 'and probably "world by'thd'repbrtH1-of the birth ot ' will be, hut they are not the con- an atom made to the chemical society ',cern 0f the scientific investigator. We .10 � ii- ,t o�n-,�.,, t� are on the thrcslihold ,of an entirely by Ramsay, Qoll;eand Patterson. �� how. departute ln- ic'Wtlflc investiga- fuither experimei'vts confirm this, it j tions. One advantageVof the discov-is possihlc that the creation of mat- j cry is that this is within reach oi ter spontaneous with the birth 0f an ' any one who can command a battery element like helium or neon will be a,n(l coil to repeat 'the experiment, j----,uMints' was manifested. ' /"T^^^w.^^'^VV ^ " &toh' Ramsay, -tamght made the Sol Aijd what looks dark in the distance, sen(i to'Mrs-. C. E. Brandow, fiOO 18 May brighten as I draw near. -Selected. air, ica hitherto brought before the chem-! sccietv, is regarded as specially lovyW. vstatfirfent :� "Foi -several yedi'S'-l-hayt); used: a, half .gram of ra-diwit-ffirefrni^e^loanMl--mo bv the royal aeadp}fly;; ejec-*eoidJ*B'bv the Royal Academy. Nowata discharge through hyclfpieD--amd radTjfjrV'1 contains- an enormous;amou.nt'.p foUnd. that helium and noonipfl^p'on-ofc'.en^rf)' m concentrated form. In j jy found in the- hottest s_tar�/-?-tfcre ortUjif.to .see whether some other  produced. ; ' , � . J �bwOe' of energy could be found and! '"My object during'"'.many ygonths achieve the same results, I investi-, ]ias ueen t0 prove 4h'athflittKc"'.and gfitert-the contonts of a used x-ray i neon could not" be' presenti|hr * ^a^SP'SOMWeJ.of;energy. Prof. Patter-  HThc great ppinfj: gt,ilgcO^ry � .sowpj^^jd^siniilat course 0f inves- i-tSiat'it has bpp* ajit^|�$$�}�y'' artifl-*Jga^M>n,\ quftev" independently and 'eial 'me^ans, whll^*'�lx^ftja5ay's re-witlidiit {cnow'fng; poljie's .yprk. Prof. ;sults are descrjbaljle, a.%from Cblhfc was5 very'skeptical at flrs^ but 'natural action pi; raSl^p^',,". ^ ' u^Jmiteiy rfchey. both came to 'the "We owe thefgreatest' debt -to" Sir same' conclusion that if..qajiliode rays .WlUiant^btrtl^^^Scpupcl^. of$h"i8-.* jbs-ate-'rpassed through pure.h^drq^en*gas covejytind. ^||fch;fr..apj�aTatps he';4n- p)tebent; atmosphere. arable ^arer elements : of element is substituted for neon. �>'. ^"Inasrrruch: as ,there is certainly 'no {helluwor? neon jri the- bulbs, and as -th^ ^pps^|miitys ot thelf^entrancejrom, :the outside air .which contains them was excluded by carefully devised ex-  periments, the ojily conclusion which can bo drawn is that these elements are the product: of some action gomg on in the bulbs.� j.'(l) iE/itlior the transmutation ot ithe, aluminum cathode or of one of the numerous. el&ments present in the glass into neon'and helium; or (2): that hydrogen'is thus converted into both t)f "these cases ; or (3) that electricity Itself'in the form of electrons give rise; :to the birth of these elements, or .in-short, either the1 trans-mutation ^oi! one- element into anoth-br'rof the oreotion of an element from' Electricity."- "This points the way for a change,: ot one form' of matter supposed to be incapable*'of it/ into another." 'Opened Another Door  *'Doe& 4t -mean, for instance, you Mr. A. H. Nicliul, oi Mou^e .law, is spending the week-end in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McKay, of liar-' ons, are spending a few days m the city. i  * * * Mr. .J. Roland I-Ieeb has returned from an extended stay at Illinois points. * * � Mrs. Spurgeon McKay, of Darons, underwent an operation Yesterday at the Gait hospital, and is doing as well as can be expected. � * * Miss Uissett, of Taber, formerly, ot this city, has been renewing acquaintances here this week. * � * Mis. Hugh (Boyd entertained twelve friends at a delightful little tlvm'ile tea yesterday. Mrs. VV. C. Ives carried oil the trophy in a literary contest. * � * - In the Ottawa Free Press account of a tea hour function given by Mrs. (Hon.) Thomas Crothers last Saturday, Mrs. AV. A. Buchanan's name appears in the list of guests present. Anita Crawford entertained yestec day in honor of her tenth birthday. Games of various kinds were enjoyed, Florence Hanson and Itita Whitney winning the prize and consolation respectively m the one entitled "Our donkey party." � Those bidden were Dorothy Smith, Laura .Smith, Edith Ueid, Mildred Hanson, Enid Kiiliens, Lily.Schwe.it-tter, Margaret Gibbons, Mary Wilson .and Christine Nelson. BLvf i^jWifpD , GOLD BM- or what direction1 our--researches' wHl now^+.Ri^, it is. impossible for me to Tenth St. or to Miss Ella Cook, 510 Sixth St.  � � A very interesting program has �been prepared for Monday ni-ht's missionary meeting o� Wesley Epwortli League. Rev. T. P. Perrv and ^lr. Rose will deliver addresses, and special music will bc rendered. A cordial invitation is extended to all young people to be present. . '� .  . The Ct. T. E. club'was pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. .1. \V. Bartlett last evening. Five tables of euchre were in play and die pretty prizes were won by Mrs. .lennui's and Mr. Leader. The club will n^t The report of 'Gait hosmtil tor the month of .January, 19M follows ; Number of patients in hospital beginning of month ................ 43 Admittances during month ....... 70 Transients admitted'.................. 3 Total......... '.;........................ H5 Nmr.'ber of patients discharged. Deaths............................. Number of patients in hospital at end of month...................... Transients discharged during month.............i....................... Total.............,. ';..................... Lowest number.......................... Highest-number ......�>.................. Da,ily average ................. Number of hospital davs for private patients, paying; ......... Number of hospital , davs for R. N, W. M. P...,patients _______ Number of hospital davs for ward patients, paying ............ Number of hospit&j.v,.days for .Ward patients, free................. Ave.ck and. with the values we are ot very husy two and one-half hours Quantities are in most instances'oii' coming early if you desire to share ordinary value �m 'ering for tonight we anticipate a of -shopping from 7.80 to 10 p.m. y''.small, hence tin; necessity /of. to the fullest extent in this ext/ra- giving event. Total number hospital days 1413 Nuinhar atensral say. We are ju.srt;.pril v^txe- fringe the subject. tWJierift? it will T|ad body is able to'gu�ss.'l"V.vN ot rfo- L1TERARY ^RTjSJIP ANAR- CHISTS ARE ARQP$IN$ ASTONISHMENT' CXF-CDUflT ;A P^&^PtJtJMdVfraip. the'.rjepj?and; disposing of bonds and objects^of'Valuef stolen by the active memberaS of jthe.W'eJlfprgan-ized syndicate,"'or tBu|t"of drlnie) The system of the Hefence^n the'.part .of the accused aV'-otteHof* pure- -and simple denial. of.^aU.tlia.cljftTfas, and when cornered by tha^udge, the prisoners burst forth ^ift' grandiloquent glorification oflthetr mystl? ipulnciples of anarchy. - * '' Everyone in the coiu't?TOora, rjSt. excepting Judge ! GbUlpattdv-Vaeems surprised at the iclevefrieflij'; and'intelligence of th�..i!^U�6'.:ii{|^iB'�t-q;>t|)B!'queB. Hons of the bench.- andf-ihe' oholce pliarseology and wording of their an-iswers, proving.thashjght;degre6',of education attained .totjflW jJocUBtyi, " - During the'l'^6sl'QnY'*jltayft||ond La Slrence" was absouhefl-(b"y'*p6r,UBlng a huge manuscript,, and/; correcting the proofs of a tratise' on ''Practloal Anarchy." This lad wears gold,eye-^assep and has the appearance 'oi a atvi^eiit of theology. ' . ; �[>��:�. .r Soudy, who look$vltke a L�Un Quar-tier poet, wrote/on ' scrafa;.'.of-.paper, and made some sketches, of persons tin the court room."^;Tj{i'eir'lsky' little Mme. Maitrejeah'fgajied'. g^ijy. about her, and- encourage*!'her' fellow prisoners during their long^and tedious examinations hy'^or ga-ftlep. The trial continue^? to ^gitte the greatest public; ciirlflsMV^ ,a'ij^ i�very square inch of spftce |l>e\ Wutt in#fc|^fe)y. will yoflr^ycai  toum-~mun marry uifVy**' firmly, '.'becau6| sai-y,^oh 'you '^^rm the nervous strain.". I'wiBA Weekly. Jr^^i^A^t i Mr. Harris, Mr. Mooney and Mr..; R. W. Long were hosts of a very bright and cnioyablc dance, given in the Conservatory of Music-.auditorium last evening. Seveniy-fiVB\gv>ests tripped the light fantasticJrqrTi"line .Number of opeiat to. two, with.an intermission,ati' mid- ;,:;ioeal anaesthesiaT. i ., night, when chpicc; viands wpro �tv; ..NAimber of patients treated in eu curing aum. -^^V^.4^:::;,,uk,,W.; J,aJ-,r,,t................ the guests with a well rendefect .yocal, ^umbet 0f dressings .in outdoor sol,�,\ iU � .  .. 1 department.................. Altogether the. evening was ^ne .of^uni.ber of. hospital, ambulance 59 46 115 42 50 46 162 50 i 607 405 of operations anaesthesia,;.,..... Rns under under 34 31 Art Cushion Covers reg up to 85c for 25c About, six dozen Art Cushion Squares, including' every latest novelty effect. Tinted Squares for outlining, both in Floral, Conventional and Photographic designs, all on fine quality Linen Colored Denim, also a good selection an Woven Tapestries; regular prices up to Sue. sale Tonight at 7.30 for............... On G White Wool Shawls for 50c There are only twelve o� these beautiful solt pure wool White Honeycomb shawls in a large size, that are counted excellent values at a dollar a piece; to go on sale j at 7.30 tonight for .. ' Child's Felt Tarns Beautiful qualities i n Children's Wool Felt Sailor Tarns in Cardinal and navy with sillc name band and long streamers. Regular values run from" &5c to $1.00 4 At 7.30 tonight for .. I UC A 10c bargain table in Grocery Dept. The following items ,all on our Bargain Table, in grocery department at 7.30 tonight: Orange Meat, Clams-in Cans, Quick Tapioca, Vi\t) cakes Unsweetened Chocolate, Health Salts, y3lb bags mixed Candy, Assorted Icings and Monk & Glass sorted Tritles; all at, each v. Boys' School Boots Boys Box'.Calf BHieher Boots ;also a few pairs in Gun Metal,- warranted sewn soles. A h&rd wearing school boot. Sizes 12 and 13. Regular :"Tor night ............ as- $1.50 Boys' Boots ... - - i, In Bimilar weights and styles to' the above; only in the larger'Elites; 1-to" 5. Regular $2.2o,to.t$a.50.*�i* "yc Tonjght;.for..'$1 � ' V. GirlsV BootsJ ,; , Girls' piucher. Cut school boots , in';Bbx"~;Calf or Viei Kid, warranted'! sb]id leather throughout. Sizes 8 to 1% Regular.'to: '-$2.'R0,on sale Tonight; - . '5^5Q Mete's and Boys' Wool Gloves .25c A clean up ot our this season's stock in Men's and Boys Knitted Gloves; some in elastic ribbed wrist; others leather bound, and dome fasteners; black, white plain colors and heather mix-, tures; regular 50c & 3�C*% 50c values .tonight foifciSJG Men's $1.25 Wool Mufflers for 35c A small quantity only of tho3C pure wool- Scotch Knit Mufflers in dark stripes, that have sold so' readily -all season at ?1.25; Tonight -for-;-.-. .-;;-..v;V;-*wB...... , Men's Cashmere Sox 6 pairs; for $1 : "Wihat man Is there who will- not -make - room' in his wpardrobe \for an extra half dozen pairtof socks When offered at this'..price. M,en'8 Pure Wool Tan Cashmere Sox in nice medium weight,'suitable'-for all -the-year > round'wear; light and - dark- tan.'.shades and have spliced heels, and toes. . Tonight Six. Pairs � ron Monday afternoon. ...........-."v WHAT EVERY DEBUTANTE' r SHOULD KNOW' That Paris is a better: guide" m cICthEs,'than in morals." That because her great g-randnioth-er smoked a pipe is no reason why �^he .should smoke cigarettes. �"� -That in affairs of the'' h'eart a young girl should be seen but not heard fi-ojii. � . � That a young man's'''Yes" doesn't--always mean that he Can afford the 'expense. � . � .; That many a father seems mean When he is merely hard up. .. That a chauffeur is not a hero in The wards at the Gait hospital | of the footman were brightened % vestcrday atternpou , ^ he matrimonial -race is not by bouquets of while, pink.anfem- u"1T t0,"!�/tlS� ,.ri-, n( niV'itf,T.!.!.' That a Uttle'lirotl son carnations, Guild. Kiits of tlia Flower J That a Uttle^rother is: a dangerous i thing.  �::1--jwit)v thom The 'ladies of Wesley, AW.8P] from {Calgary.!-�;^V/-,.''V.;:-V^('^fp^l The tentative plans for the new ,in->, dustry. contemplate/the estaibiisnihent'is employments. Thoughtful as is the' �f a, Peking plant .afa^jfaifaiJM warp, and activity', the woof; the de- { f'f" lU P^Pfrtion than tbo,:qnfl � - --'--�- .....-x,.v:A vj,' .:"... I rtestroyed,. which wilL emprbysi'l-OQO^:^ make a poor show 6n. fields days,. � 'Love-making is a poor,�� willed term which generally provokes:a smile. I would raise love-making to .a fine, weaving art, at- which- none - could laugh, and I would--.employ.; ail hands in-the home at this b"usy lobrn. Love-making is not only the finest of the flno arts, but it is1-the greatest'cf good sign which grows oh the piece is very beautiful to see In the torn garment, of the home-life hard hearts and'unloving natures tear rent after rent'until-Jt, is all in tatters, but love never letsthe rents grow large; its busy needle patches them up, and by an art it must: have learned in heaven it scatters theylove--liest sprays of embroidery and silver work about the darn,; bo.:that'what threatened, destruction has proved to be a strength and beauty, and the garment has becom-ea BymboL'Of--love's power, instead of---the-...jaggedK rags which witness to pove'% d^fept^-The Four Pillars of the ^fomer ^'j^ 1 men ahd the building of -f to,wn which, it is said, will be named. b.'jr Mr Burns * The proposal involves the expenditure of several millions of dollars. II. B Whitgton, of Hamilton-- Library Board, will move that the new ' library, reading and reference roorora bo opened on Sundays, Phelps Johnson of Montreal, was elected president of the Canadian Society ot Civil Engineers II. G..Haul-tain of Toronto, is on the council. Montreal is to-have a' new..-^ten-storey hotel' on the corneix.Qt St. Catharine street and Mc&ill, College avenue', to cost with land' $3,flW$Q07' A'-3MALL^Ar4p Us'eRUL WALKING ' 'fj:< ' C6STUME u Made-of smooth tweed, trimmed wl braid and ornament buttons. * Mrs. Lincoln Jelliff, -i' t * ' . � .'SIB' Announces thV-reinoval 6t her studio to ; '�.- ', ^here''^^wlll'^ple^ 'i wlnnora in 4 niflnri-fnr'tfi�ltilrfvlii'E' 'anfl'!-,harmo'rf\Srafflif^iWbt 00280624 71 ;