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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tluirsclay, .January ;*w, TH'K LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALI) Page 5 For Nursery Use you cannot take chances on Soap. Four generations of Canadians' have enjoyed the creamy, fragrant skin healing lather of Baby's Own Soap- the Standard in Canada for nursery use, on account of its known purity. Baby's Own is Best for 'Baby-Best for You. ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, Mlrs.; 3-� MONTREAL. Organized An Adult Bible Class Cardston, Alia., .Jan. 29.-R. \V. Ouess, accountant of the Bank of Montreal at Magrath, was a week-end visitor at Cardston. last week, a guest at,the manse., . . . The, thaw has put skating out of reach of possibility. Cardston's rink is open air and while the weather was good could not be beaten. The mild spell has begun to tell and the ice is too soft to use. Proprietor Low is not planning on closing for the season, however, as he expects good' skating weather before the winter is over The sheet is in excellent shape and can he used without any preparation as soon as frost enough comes to harden the ice. The Young People's Guild of the Presbyterian church has passed out of existence and in its place is an Adult Bible class. This change was .consummated on Tuesday night of this week when the class met to corrjplete its organization. R. W. Guess, teacher of the "Magrath class and superintendent ' of adult Bible classes for the Lethbridgc Sunday school district, visited Cardston on Sunday and at the request of Mr. Tait told of the organization at the close of the evening service. The wisdom of having such an organization was easily seen- and' the Guild signified its'willingness to merge into the larger-andmore comprehensive organization: . "Mr. Guess made a 'clear and enthusiastic address and impressed upon, his. hearers. . that the class was intended for business, and. not merely as a pleasant. society for the pleasure of its members: Dr. J. Elmer Amos was .unanimously elected, teacher, the most important office in .tho organization. H. Mcintosh will do duty as president', and Mrs. E. R. Low as vice-president. A. W.�'Prime, was made secretary-treasurer, and Miss Hodgesbn and Mrs. (Dr.) Amos, organists.- The following conveners of committee's were appointed : Membership, W. McD. Tait; social, Miss Archibald ; devotional, Mrs. Hodgson ; literary, Miss Keith : musical, Mr. Pickup. At the Tuesday night meeting plans were- made for a big social for; Thursday - of next week, when an invitation will he extended to all who are interested in Bible study. Papers were read; by the conveners of committees on the work they purposed-doing-during the coming months. The matter of a. name was left till another meeting. The clans is starting out t/nder live' committees and much should' be accomplished. I � Thomas Kennedy's Bad Mishap at Coleman-Had Arm Crushed Off k I. B. '-LUCAS WILL ACT i;oronto> Jan. 29.-At the meeting of the Provincial Cabinet this afternoon, Sir-James Whitney announced that I. B, liucas.will, be in charge of the Treasuryii-department for a few days, pendirigithe appointment of a permanent head. EASY ECONOMY. .For any meal to-day : -.Select, meaty Atlantic fish -Mlhout bones I As wholesome and as tasty as though it left the sea but yesterday. Even that relishing' sea-salty tang is intact. Simple recipes in each sanitary package, "HALIFAX*' and "ACADIA" CODFISH. Coleman, Jan. 28.-While endeavoring to board the westbound train in the local yards, shortly after nine o'clock Monday night, Thomas Kennedy was thrown under the- wheels of the train and his right arm almost severed from the body. . The train was at once stopped and the unfortunate man extricated from under the wheels. A telephone message to Dr. Ross, who was lecturing before the ambulance class at the city hall quickly brought medical assistance In fact the doctor was accompanied to the depot by the entire class, which rendered valuable first aid in assisting to stop the flow of blood and con vey the 'wounded man to the hospital. An examination disclosed the bones in the right arm, between the elbow and shoulder, literally ground to a pulp, .while the flesti was terribly lacerated. An amputation was performed about midnight, Dr.'Ross clearing away the'ends of the .bones and tissues and endeavoring to save a few inches of the arm below the shoulder. Kennedy, who owns a homestead on the banks of Crow's Nest lake, has been getting out cord wood for the Summit Lime Kiln and came to town for supplies for his camp. He intend ed returning home on the train and the supposition is that: he boarded the engine while the train 'was ap proaching the station at a good rate of speed, to request the engineer to stop and let him off at his camp. Missing his hold or his footing he was thrown under the wheels. Kennedy is one of the old-timers in the Pass and is well known among the Pass towns: He was resting easy today and, unless complications arise, his recovery is altogether probable. The fire brigade was called out about 1.40 Monday night by a fire in The Palm, a confectionery store operated by W. L. Bridgeford. The fire was in the cellar, and was extinguished once the firemen gained access to the scene of the blaze. Mr. Bridge-ford had been making candy during the evening and had, as usual, banked the fire in the store he used for that purpose. The supposition is that gas had accumulated in the stove and an explosion followed, which had blown the flames into the cellar, 'where a quantity of banana hay and waste was stored. The. damage will not exceed a' couple of hundred dollars. A chlnook has been doing business in the Pass for the past couple of days and" the snow is rapidly disappearing. Mrs. Alex Smith of Lethbridge was the guest of Mrs. J. H. Ross for the week-end, returning home yesterday. The mines are working full time and next pay day, Saturday, February 15th, promises to be a hummer. ASKED HAMNA TO RIGHT WRONG Toronto, Jan. 29.-That local option is not being properly enforced in Dufferin- -county was the contention of a deputation of the citizens' committee,-which waited on Hon. W. J, Hanna this morning, and asked far the removal of the license inspector Dunkirk. A second, request came to the provincial secretary from a deputation headed uy/A. ,B. Vrooman, M. P.P.;-for Victoria'West, who felt-that-an effort .'was being made to fill up the municipal voters' list with; in^ come* voters. The'object is .xo^fix the lists' for .local� -option contests; They also wished that the qualification of a tenant,be more clearly,definedv The deputation wad.prepared. .to supply material; for a stated, case before the Court of Appeals. I -' Coleman, Jan. 2S.-If. B. Hineline, who for the past five months has been the popular manager of the Bellevue Hotel, was tendered a complimentary banquet, followed by a smoker, Monday night. Mr. Hinellne had signified his intention of quitting the hotel business tcr the lure of rear estate, and his Bellevue friends; banded together under the name of the 42nd Forward Movement, took this occasion of showing the estimation in J which thoy held him and Mrs. Hineline by arranging the banquet and raising a purse of $225, which they asked Mr. Hineline to accept as a slight token cf esteem and regard. At 10 o'clock the guests livere escorted to the dining room, where a most tempting array of palate-ticklers awaited their discussion. A number of ladles were present at the banquet, which lasted until after 12 o'clock W. H. Murr, qf the Coleman Hotel, acted as toastmaster and saw that not a man or woman present escaped from responding when called upon. Many testimonials as to Mr.' Hine-Iine's integrity as a business man and sterling worth as a man and neighbor were/forthcoming, and many regrets expressed that he was leaving the Bellevue Hotel. Among the testimonials was one from 'Mr. Murr, who went, on record with'tho assertion that Mr.'Hineline 'was one of the in the Pass who had never broken the laws and always lived up to the moral code of the Crow's Nest Pass Liquor association. Mr. Murr voiced his regrets that Mr. Hineline was withdrawing from the association, as he was the the stamp which materially aided in placing the hotel business in the class to which it was the aim of the association to elevate it,. Corporal Wilson, of the R.N.W.M.P. in charge of the district, paid a warm tribute to Mr. Hineline and said that his method of conducting a notel was one- which gained tor him the friendship and hearty support of the police. He treated all guests 'with like consideration and courteous attention. He was sorry to learn of Mr. I-lineline's determination, to quit the hotel, as he considesed him a credit to, the business, but wished him a full measure of success in his future undertakings. Mr. Hineline very feelingly thank- WfcioQpiaafg Cough SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS �STABL1BHIB ia7� : A simple, safe and effective treatment for branchial troubles, avoiding drugs. Vaporized Cresoleno stops tho paroxysms of WnooplatfCoushand relieves Bpasmodlo Croup at once. ltJsaBOON tosuffercra from Asthma. The air carrying theftntiseptiavapor, Inspired with every breath, maUecbreathlng easy 1 soothes the soro throat and stojtstue cough, assuring restful iiljhts. It la in valuable" to mothers with young children* Send postal for descriptive boolilet. ALL DRUGGISTS. Try ORKSOI.KNK ANTISEPTIC' THKOAT TABLETS for the irritated throat. They are nimple, effective: and antiseptic Of your dnuttist or from us, lite, in stamps. Vapo Cresoleno Co, 62Corll�sutgi., N.Y. LeeminiS Miles PuUdlru;-' Algn^l'eal, Can.- 3 ed those present for their expressions, tangible and otherwise, of esteem and good will, giving all credit for the successful management of the' hotel to his better half. After the ladies had withdrawn the affair was turned Into a smoker and under the soothing effects of My Lady Nicotine the bashful ones present arose to the occasion and literally smothered Mr. Hineline under bouquets of eloquence. The smoker lasted until the "wee sma' ayont the twall"-and then some-the guests I dispersing with many wishes for thej future success and welfare of Mr. and | Mrs. Hineline. I GEORGE E. TUCKETT DEAD Hamilton, Jan. 29.--George Thomas Tuckett, of the firm of Geo. E. Tucket! & Sons Co., tobacco manufacturers, disd tonight. He was the oldest son ofUhe late Geo. E, Tuckett, one of the 'founders of the large tobacco,' firm. H ewas born in 1850, and ed-: ucated at Hamilton Public school and' Upper Canada College. '-"v:,: Try Thim Home-made: Cough. Remedy Costs Little, But Does the Work Quickly, or Honey Refunded.. . �� ,4*_\_!- WILLIAM WALLlS >'~ i, Killed by a dangling .wire'In the Standard Fuel-Docks, Toronto,- Mix two cups of granulated sugar with;: 1 cup of,warm water, and stir for 2 mln-v. utes. -� Put 2ya ounces , of Plnex (fifty; cents' worth) tn a 10-ounce bottle;'then add the. Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspoon-ful every one, two or three hours, You *w 111 find that this simple remedy takes hold of a-cough more quicisly. than ( anything else ever used. Usually ends a deep-seated, cough .inside'-ol '��2i'Wmula, - ?le?M\ This plan, of%3Mg^couflbA.f^p^Titt^,i4 v- m(ftt often W(8 Imitated. Suit the pld, sudMktu) formula^ has,Sever beer. eo^Wd-fP&J sA ? *!* t� A fiuaranty of ausoWW'^atlsiaatiQn^r.K money promptly refunded;"goes wjth-.thJsr (yechie,v 4Tour druggist hus PJntjx or will-VtPVi -for- -Mm. If not send to The JClnes; 'Oo,i3Tow)rrtOii�*Ont--. -v '�.  ?"�'ip 0645 40 ;