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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 15, 1012 THE LETHimiDGE DAILY HERALD 1......- The kind you have been gant, durable and reasonable in price. tome in today and inspect our stock: It has pleased- your neighbors and wiH surely please you. Farmers'Lumber Co.Ltd- Operating Yards in Southern Alberta. See our big sifln "THE LUMBER YARD" The yard whore all material is under COTCT, TRAVELS FAST; MAKES NO DUST FEATURES-OF.: A MOTOR CAR DRIVEN' BVL WJNG Paris, July, successful trial run m'as -made', yesterday from Paris to Lyotas, about 320 miles by a motor car bj a revohmg wing, says 1 the Flrari _ The which was designed by Comte Bertrahd .'de. Lesseps and is i called tbo "winged has the ap- pearance of ah motor car j that in frpn't; It is shaped like the of a ship From the tremity 6f' the1 prow- extends a shaft 'to uhicb is attached a pi opellcr or I revolving Invented by M. Flli- i ppi The wing, which is small, strong and loyolves within a protect- Ing cage1- The engine, which is. of I forty horss the wings liy a' shaft uthe enefit of -the.sanitoria that doV-not list, emplojcrs have alieady bfgun founing their men that wages avc to be cut to make up for the ew This means thai employees ill not onlv to jiaj the tax. lit will have their wages cut as ell m older to provide for the em- :ojeis' share tax, and while re employers' share of the tax is. mr pence a week, ages will be cut shilling. The Insurance companies meanuhjle ie lushing to form sick benefit so- tirs and arc taking new members hundreds of thousands as thiii act rovules that ihe government allow ie societies, three shillings and 8 e a week foi each member cared during sickness, and statistids low an average Cost "to societies ol GURNEY OXFORD jumped right in and helped with my housekeeping Dc.r Edith, In a genera! way I hare you all the good things 9 know of, now I am going to descend to the practical and give you tome sound advice from the (tore I have accumulated since I started housekeeping. Housekeeping naturally suggwts the kitchen equipment and management, or in other words, THE RANGE My range, as you know, it a Gurney-Oxford. I never enjoyed much of a reputation as a cook in my younger days, so when I thought of being responsible for three meuls a day my heart sank. I imagined myself3battling all day -with a sulky range, trying to coax it into a good humour, and covered with mortification because of late or spoiled meals. But my dear, my Gurney-Oxford seemed to sympathize with my, inexperience. From the day it came it jumped right in and helped. It has become my good right hand, and I go my way confident that my Carney-Oxford will not disappoint me. It has the cleverest arrangement for regulating the drafts, well named the Gurney Economizer. One small lever put up or down does everything. The fire will stay in all day, hardly burning any coal at; presto 1 It is burning brightly, ready to bake or roast An arrangement ef flues'keeps' the oven always properly heated, so that the or bread come out light and crisp and brown. Yes, Edith, as Bob says, I have developed into and I often tell him he must five at least half the credit to our Gurney-Oxford. You will understand Biy enthusiasm better after you have had your Gurney-Oxford a month or so. Sincerely Yours, _t, MARY HOUSEWIFE. C. W. PHONE 761 LETHBRIDGE Ocre, the Wind OklnhoniRii imlltlclan, who trok a [To minent part inHhc Baltimore conven- tion despite bis luck of eyesight. ck benefits of shillings and ght pence a ueok Froui all this wonderful muddle -or tlie act there seems only one inig remaining fnr Mr. LIojd-Geoige (Jo and that is to pass a bill re- uirin? a custotner to pay tax. and ck a stamp when he hat icckcd in a restaufant.'Tliis is_tbe ilj Ihilig reirMiiiitig in England utt-i ,xed. Mr Llojri-Gcorge, the fiainer of tlie easure, naturdlly is the man .'of the entering the Kensington catre on Saturday for n joj daj- lebmtion airanged bv supporters ot f. poliov, he was .UlnekWl by an op- inent of the iftciisure. Tins' uhaiifcfcl- lor of the exchequer somew roughly hustled, but was not hurt. Uoyd-Georgft'S Speech In his speech afterward lie sahl lie recognized that tlie.act did not her- ald the millenium, but he VMS crtnP.- deiit that it brought it niinrer. "For tlie first lime, in the history nf Great Britain as a state, employer and worker arc now to co-opetate to maintain and to increase efficien- cy of ihe individual and of the na- tion. The workman's insurance act aims (o make provision lor keeping the household from poverty, to keep the worker and his family from pau- perism in the dark days of sickness which come to every household in turn and to against suffering from uncniploMiiciif' for- which the I workman is not prepared. H will lielp Hit! moilur at childbirth nnrl a great, national campaign' against consumption Instead of de- moting our strength altogether to fighting oui neighbors abroad we are arranging to fight social evils at home "Although the act has been the sub- lect of unscrupulous attacks and de- hbeiatc misrepresentations I an? convinced that it! be hailod through the whole country as one of the most beneficial measures ever giv- en to the people "And now that the Workmen's In- surance act will be in full operation next he concluded, "we in- tend to put our hands to the sork of fleeing the land which was meant lor the use'of ibc manv, but which has dmled into' the hands of a few, freeing it for the people and tol their clnldicn (6rt''er BECOMES PART OF TORONTO ..Toronto, July Toronto wjth a total acreage of 2400 has.voted for annexation to Toronto The pop- ulation Is nearlv 6000 or aboutJ to the acre. It includes 'the com- munities of Davlsville, Egllngton and Bedford Park. The. closoly populated section is east of Youge'.street wheie the llVeragc will be ll> to the acre. Altogether about one-sixth of the town is Imllt up. The total, as- sessment is which is nil increase of on last year, and AviH yield an additional: .revenue of on a basis of last year's tax rate. Repairs repair anything from Un automobile to n lawn mower. Niven Bros. MitcliiiiLsts 517-51 h SUFFRAGETTES TALK WILDLY PREPARED TO RESORT TO MURD- EiROUS MEASURES KEIR HARDIE'S DECLARATION London, Jnlj ]5 England is g ting scriouslj alaimed at the trucu; lent altitude of tiie suffragettes who e passed bei ond the window smashing stage and oven tieyoud mere assaults on cabinet ministers Fol- lowing the attempted bomb outrage on the home of Secretary McKcnna, and the supposed plot to fire Lewis Haicouit's residence, come open threats against and other ministers by male and lemale suffra- gettes Vfc yesterday's Hyde Park Mrs Drumlnond sdid We have seriouslv considered the fall of the Home Secretary lie has, to go We arc ondermg where shall send him T sec that been found in the Home Srcie- larj's office Perhaps if they had gone off, he, would have had his set- tlement and would lie of no further trouhle to us Militancy carried on all vhc couittrv is cained on by uomcii determined that something tragic shall happen to hung this to an end." .Kcir''I-fjrilic, the Labor member of paihament, who also spoke in eup- port. of i the women's cause, said' "There will he more than hat pins used, moic than epaulettes tout fiom a man's shoulders." Kefcrnng to the ouhagc on Prem- ier at the political reception he said the lime has gone hi foi half- hearted The cahlnct as it is composed is even more hostile than before to the enfrauclilsement of women Therefore greater pressure will hau- to be applied. FAINTING SPELL ENDED IN DEATH Taber, July at ter ing eaten breakfast on Wednesday morning, Mrs Cort- zls, wife of W D. Conzis at the Tunn post office, was seized with sudden fainting spells and died She bad been feeling unwell for some time, but got up as usual on Wed nesday Immediately after ris- ing froiU breakfast she was attached with the fainting spells, passing from faint. Into another. Death came< in. two hours The young wolnan was but 28 sears of age WINDSOR'BANKER LEFt ESTATE OF THREC< YOUNS MEN DROWNED Quabcc, July J6ung men from "Inker Lake, county ot Teuiis- cqiill, were drowned together today at county 6f Kamcur- aska. ;whllb bathing. Their immos Tublc NftdeAu'o; and Xftdeatic. The bodies havo heen recovered. Windsoi, fulv is expected that fhe of the late John Curry, the rctiied Windsor banker and real estate operator, whose death occur tun months ago, will show the estate at a valuation, clone to one million dollars, made up largely i eal estate and mortgages, in both Detroit and Windsor. MISS NELLIE POWER A Toronto Mlllln'tr who VMI Jnjurtd -In tHe The estate will be left practically" intact for a period o{ tkeiity-Me after, which time will provides, that the proptrt; shall be equally di- iiilcd apiong the three clilldrju, P., Verene and Gladys u If it Needs Fixing SEND I YOUR LOCKS ITPEWBITER8 SEWING-MACHINES j GUNS BICYCLES, ETC. TO D. E. MacDonald Expert Locksmith and Gunsmith All Work Guaranteed Spsrtlns Goods Ci.'i eld itind, St., t. J ;