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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^1 �ffc THE feETHBRIDOE DAILY Inauguration Committee Seek Men WKo-Siied for Being Advice and Then Prepare Frightened by Diagnosis for the Contrary 'Lost Case Try Thim Pfonie-'macle ,, Cough Rented Costs Idttle, But po*S tHc_^ork Qnlckly. or Money-Befuncled. Waghinstoji,.Feb. 36.-Plans for the Jnauguratlonare being completed rapidly by itie two general committees in charge. The President's reviewing stand contains 1400 seats. President 'V^'ilson and Vice President Marshall and their immediate families will.occupy a small platform in the corner. They will he presented with glass windows and steam heat for use in case of cold. weather. Immediately behind will be the cabinet. Professor Moore, chief of the weather bureau, yesterday gave a weather forecast for next week at the request of the committee. He said it would be cold for a few days, and on Monday and Tuesday would be mild and clear. The committee, recalling that this forecast was practically identical with that of four years ago, immediately became suspicious, and decided to liave op hand an army of 300 snow ; shoyelers. In case of snow on the ! day of the inauguration, the men will be the real escorts of the President, as ttey will go ahead and clear a path for the marchers. ,: Major Sylvester, chief of police, an-nptjiiceiaj.thM ilie would begin on Prl-- day-^"jswJskr. in. special police. 300 a day;' unril'fe adds X200 to the force.  Oni.; jhuridred- :0f s the : best detect!ves ^HAfM-CHURtni PAPER fUB-i:f'-UlSHEDt'/B^OUT GIRLS AT Spokane, Feb. 26.-Becauee William Qoldblatt did not die was no fault of his physician,. Dr. George Rohrer, Is the verdict returned by a jury. In the superior court of Spokane county, in which, contrary to appearances, the result is entirely in favor of the doctor., � :.' ^ :. ; Goldhlatt brought suit against Dr. Rohre^' for J15,000 damages. He recited that he had a prosperous jewelry business in Spokane, until one day the ph^sic^an tdld hlni^ ho said, that cancer of the stomach was sure to. finish him. Thereupon he lost all interest in worldly things, due to which he sold, his- profitable jewelry business and retired to await the end of all things mundane. Instead of dying be got well, and promjitly brought suit for loss of money on account of sellings his business, and for mental anguish caused.byjfear of death. Attorneys for the physician ridiculed the statement that Goldhlatt had closed out his business on account of any diagnosis made by Dr. Rohrer. They: also introduced evidence to show that Goldhlatt had announced his Intention of disposing of the stprevbefore he thought the hand of death was ipoised In his vicinity. irTJiminsf'from the purely material to the" medical aspect of the case, the doctor.,deAi�d.iany Intent of scaring the patiisntu He said that cancer of tharatoma'ch-rwas'a curable.disease If proper -treatniejit were given and if op�ratioW'Were:performed in the first sta^esi^ of thev^laease. / I- .ThejuTji tfeold^^ that the physician was not Tespoiislble for Goldblatt's l^errdr of Judgment In selling his store, and Itohrer will not have to pay the ?15i000 asked; The'case has excited imUsual' interest among la'wyers and doctors. 1' Ulx two cvps of granulated >!rugar. with 1 cup of warm wat�r, and stir"far.'2 minutes.. OPut 2^ ounces, of,Pines' (�tty cants', worth) In a iS^ounce bottle; ..then add the Sugar Syrup, . I'ake a .teaipoon* ful every one, two or tiSrfeo'hours. You will find that- this sfmnlfe-rftmedy takes hold of a cough more quickly than r anything else over.'useu: TJlili^Uy'6ndB a j deep-seated cough inside ot v 24 .' hours. '. Splendid, too, tor whooping cough, croup, chest pafns, bronchitis, and other., throat troubles. It stimulates the appetite and Is slightly laxailve, which helb? end a cough. I � This recipe makea more'and bettor coUgh" syrup"than you cg.ul^ buy rdady made for $2.50. It keel^ perfectly and tastes pleasantly. Plnex Is the most valuable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract, and Is rich In gualacol and all the natural plna elements, which ore so healing to the membranes. Other - preparations will not work In thisp formula. This plan of making cough syrup with Pines and sugar syrup .(or strained hon.-i ey) has proven so popular throughout the United States and CanaiJa that Itlsroften tmttatt>d. But the old, successful formula has never been equMed; A gdaranty of absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunAed, goes ,with this recipe. Your druggist has fPlneatVOp."will get It for you. It not Send to The Plnex Co., Toronto, Ont.  . mm Knight Academy Students Furr nish Mr> Bramweil With a Surprise F iSTER [l REV, a. M. HARRISON ISteREATjLY LIKED BY HIS FLOCK ?AT CLARESHOLM mm ^UiJi'kJ&jki^ correspond-' iQ^otStbe' GhtiitJaH- Guardian pub-' " ' ''Nrorontb-'baa- the' lollowlig ,.iou^'matter was brought, to ,,i ^...ipaiUotf recently by a genOetoan; ^ho-'liad witnessed thc' incld�nt:-ln fc OJ'P.'H. staUon at Lethbrldgei A ^'apt�tdf girls, one of whom.,was a Te^eRrjiStli Ijut' siant knowledge lOt'W'A^^fi of our country and nn-vroedSo/iiraSrelllng, aUghted from t^e ^^alnvfTOhi rthe east* strangers In ,a Wranfecltyj -without trieuds to meet tiiei^anaL*� subseqiuent events show-; !^7'^tft'djut1adeqnate, protection from' rTl____n.^.^tiiot o-na'af ornrTr In' ^&VnBl.'and cftles;':a^ It already exists t4';BoBe;f';wliwet>y girls-who liave to ~'raV^.'"afo'a^?5riaS'"l)e protected from ' ^jnoliB>ers' who i woulft Fort Nelson Is Hudson's Bay .Terminal J? Ottawai Feb.,i26.-V''Port Nelson will |)eKthev/government; chief-Hudson's B^fRail-way: terminus, iinlesa upon pcmplet^nVof the surveys/and'inspec-ftlorijsU mlgh^;^be;thought adYlSable't^^^ .decide otherwise." � . ,.,.,j.K |pi3lhis> was .iHon. Prank  Cochra-ie's ^Bwe'r-ta *^Mr;*Qraham'8 qfies'ti the5;BQnse.v;To Port Nelson.from life Pjas.l�!420;.mile8, while to Port Ohurphi Ulfi&fgOpjjmilesjapproximately, iU^;; ii ?; Expenditures von the line Sincej last sea.son are as idllows: V ?3M,830; "Iie;^as bridge; $108,000; j;a|ls;and'6ther.Sppplles, $195,343; A.L SORRY PLIGHT '. Los,Angeles, Cal., Feb. 2G.^now-bound by-,drlft8, in places thirty feet ^'eep, dwelfer.s.' on. the. .summit.- of aftdubt WilsonjVhere .perches the Carnegie Oiiservatdry, are cut-off from We outside' wOrld. Unless they can -work their'way, out within twenty-four'hourS,* It is feared thex will be in 'a serious' plight.^ Already they are re^^ ported tor bp'shprt of food. For the past-thr-ib daysftheavy rains have fallen, .in^Me m "leys Jn which the San ' ' blindfolded In a! The Christian Guardian ^ays: Rev. J. M; and Mrs, Harrison, of Cli^rea-holm, celebrated thei thirty-fifth annl; versary of their wedding by entertaining the members of the quarterly ofiicial .'board and their> wives � at .the parsonage. Thirty-one tsat "down to the tables. Rev. T..^C. Buchanan and Iiev;V iEdey Magee - were' behalf of the class, tvresented" the teaoher .with" a'Jjuarter-cUt^ oak're-yolvlng study chair.:' �;::.;:�'.:: -'By the way, this same Bible class seems to be v^ry much aliv'e^ and is evidently livlngjup'to Its-ri^me,- ''On; ward." The report - given at' the recent class banquet, "atfWhlbh.over one hundred guests were-present,rtVfas cerr tainly,: as *the= iGlaresh'dlm-nRevIe^y; 'of Jan., 9; states, ra-most Jgratifyiilg>tale of progress;;,Aimembership\of fifty, thirfy-jBight of jWhbm'are a'trflye, with .an average atten.dancev.ofitwenty-foul'/ and theJ"ycar'8.coll�cMonsi amounting to 169.75. tells its'owV story./The banquet; iteelf;wasl^arx^ s'jjct cess. '.After a sumptuous repast, a yery excellent program ; was given, consisting of vocal and v Instrumental selections and addresses. Including toasts to "Our school,'" "The book we study," ani *'6ur'cIass;''Vand> an able addresp by;; Rev. B- W.; Dalglelsh; B. A., of High River, on;"The Bible aiid Life." ^' ; - ' i'  ' Lord, not well acquainted with Dovas; id'astray by a freshman *by the Rayihond, Feb. 26.-The Pennant, a musical draraa'vin two nets, sometinies styled a comic opera, will be presented before the Raymond public Saturday night, March 1, in the Knight Academy.' This has been chosen by the academy officials as a good means^ of showing what excellent talent we have In this town, both in a musictir line and also from a dramatical point of view. It is under the aljle directoj-; ship of Instructor of Music George iO. Nye and Instructor Maydell Cazier as prompter for the staging of the play> while Instructor Merlin Sheets acts as pianist. This play consists partly of dialogue and partly of solos, duets, trios, quartettes and choruses. All lov^rsvof i first class music can come and listen I to "The: Pennant," composed by the famous Lehrer, and we are sure you will leave the hall inspired to good works through the effects of a first class musical drama. i The theme is. composed after a-col* lege life style.. It deals with the good times of the students, showing, the rlvjilry; between colleges and especf ially does it deal with the game of football; in which is shown the. herb and heroine.; As is characteristic it has Its thriliing' qualities that more .than interest' the' he&rers. An' Engllsli.; Lord recently from the Britlsb Isles,* gains the favor of a money seekirig^ Jew, who agrees to supply the-mbnei|^' It takes to win Doras, the helress;;f� . f, SALE OPENS SATURDAY, MARCH 1st On the Glosing day of the sale" some one will get a beautf|ul din-^ ner set free. Every purchase of 250Jn this department duj'ing the, sale entitles the customer to a-draw for the dinner set. This is a bona fide closing out sale and those who take advantage of it Avill be the people to profit by it. Saturday is the day. v ' - McCARTY & CO. 240 13th St. North P^ioiife 794. Is led 'asiia^ -a. ,j__- name oi yerdan* Green, who inlro-duces Mrs. Rene Grass, a grass -widow^ who has more than gained this title: through the ^experience of being a bride inore .than thrice, but.the Jew .sets ^ouri English friend right. *i.:Doras falls to see the att|,actIon In tfae Eng-lishman l^at' Ire "^^Blres she, sbbuldi. He has Sgalned the, consent of iher mor !ther,;;;whb:*.ls':.a.:lover .of .high- sooiety^^^ ;and^w*1iltlii',and,who i^ a.domin'eerlng ;rabtbr.'.with'tier busban,d, and I>,'.; ito'-jMiftitie'' the Vis^e^,of these, three, elo^s with the on^f;ftie loves. He, 'notSfknowipg; 'this, ftoptes to serenaide her,'"l)ut,.ali:that ,i4"left''is her hat, .which'..he'-does not^disoover until after lie''has sung a"sohg. This bo un-,'ravelsEthe' dignity, of his person that 'he vqws=^to, return to'old England and not ,|t?ip;foot on American soil,again.  .Fbllbwing is the caist: Jack Lawson, tenor; Wm. Stone;. l^rdiWoodb^ Rich, tenbr,.T). G. Selman; Levi Lender, baritone, Adam iPeterson-, Verdent ;Gr,eenvi;;baritone, LeRby - Anderson;. J^reinlah.Bond, basso^' Frank Olsen; Bennle Owen, Wllbem; Johnson; Ma-sbrij-^Lfelahd JeppsonjjiDoras^Bond, so-pranb.'^.OJga Anderson; Sfrs.?Jeremiah 'Bond^ oonlralto, Fern'Hedd; Mrs. Rene. Grass, sopranOj Ella . Mllner; Miss Toung,. mezzo., soprano. Myrtle Gibb;' Miss Sweet, "contralto,. lEva Skouson. William P. LeBaron, of; Barnwell, Is fa "visitor (in town this-week. > James. H. Budd, af t�thbridge, spent .the" Week end at Raymond. Miles Fairbanks of Barnwell spent Sunday at Raymond, ;ivl8l'tlng rela tlves. KniSiht Academy ' , The student bddyiofi'-the Knight Academy worked' a very successful surprise on President Bramweil on Tuesday morning at which the following-program was rendered: Song, ''If-there's sunshine in your soul";;pray?r by George H. Budd; music by the orchestra; reading by Mrs. Vard L.Tannet; remarks, by President Aseal Palmer of the student .body, in whichihc .eixpressed the appreciation of the .student ;body of .the labors of President Bramweil,. and presented him with a gold watch and chaiii, engraved ."Presented to President Bram"-rw^ll. by; the: faculty, and - student body of.:the Knight: Academy, Raymond, Febfudry ,26, 1D13." The fob is. engraved.-: "E.:B. B." . Volcal solo, In-' stfuctdr,-Geo. O. Nye.- Preslden't Bramweil replied in fitting terms and said he was here to 8tAy\Indefinitely. Piano solo. Miss Hbrtense Gordon; remarks by President H.' S.^ Allen; vocal duet by Misses :Marle and Eva Skouson; remarks' by Bishops Anderson and Evans; vocal.; sojo, '.Miss Olga Anderson; music by the yorohestra, and all march-V'' � -�; nng iviiumery Opening Bezmty of contour is the k^y of the successful "1913^^ costume. , More than ever before a proper corset is necessary. The great success of the D.- & A. and the La ' Diva styles has kept the great Dom'inion .Corset Go's , 'nvodel factory in Quebec, with its thousand ' skilful "COrsetieres busy early and late producing the cor-^ sets which'will bring : i style, comfort and support to many women in Canada-. � v_--:�i-jii � ::�,;/-�''.'':, 'i'il--'',.i.; ^Xi^orset ^ bargeuhs ,;.,..,...,�-.'^^;:^'.i^";^�;ilX�^�'^'^^^;l'-';'''�-'- - ''�; �;-^ DOMINION CORS�T CO., QUEBEC, P. Q. '.-7 A Fascinating Display 'of All The Latest Models CHILDREN'S HATS A wealtt of bewitching creations for th.6 little folks L.& J.McLEAY 3rd Avcnue'k ^ Phone J 3 54 7674 85 18 ;