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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, July THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Paare 5 12 THE SAME CARE TAKEN IN ALL Blue Ribbon Products all the lama high reputation .for fine quality, fiepcndablo made ma terlali and.with thd utmost care. They are PURE FOOD through and ThVy prove their valut to you If you WHI thsm. The Experienced Cook Says: "I use A 1 b c r Best Baking Powder be- cause I know from actual test that it never fails roe." You, too, will find it invaiuab 1 e. Alberta's Bert is Baking Pow- whole- some, dependable right in quality and right in price. Ask your grocer for it RAYMOND KNIGHT BUYS 30Q HORSES 8Ui3AR KINO IS GOING TO STOCK HIS FARM -SOUTH OF RAY- .M.OND Raymond, July Raymond Knight has toda) con pleted arrange- for thi. purchabe of 300 bead of horses from X 1 Peatock, a 'laige ranchfr of the Medieilfe Hat district 1 he deal will 'clean oTit Mr Peacock, who will m all probability leav'c Me- dicine Hat, make; .his home in York; Iho aorBei are at. tho present lime running east of Medicine Hat and are well bred perchcrons Mr. Knight loaves today for the east, LITTLE CHILD KJBPROVINC VICTIM OF COLEMAN SHOOTING ED'HEAR- ING TOMORROW Colt-man, -July special meet-" ing of tliu trustees of the Colomnn school board was'held hi tbe cotiiictl chambers on the evening of the 12th. Alex tlie chairman.''Win. llayson and J. S. I'lzor were preaent. The meeting was to consider plications for tbe. position of prin- cipal aud for the leach- Ing staff. The application of D. S. Williams, of IMiicher Creek for principal, was ac- cepted. Mr. Hayson moved be notified of. the trustees action and Mr. Plzor seconded tbe motion.' It was decided that If Mr. Williams could not accept "that the chairman wire Sir. 0. U Latnm of St. Thomas, Ont., that his application had been.ucceptet by the Board. Mr. Cameron moved aud son seconded that the applications-'of Miss Mclaughlin .and .Miss .1. Hcnder son be accepted, and they .be notifiet of the trustees action, and thut in tbe event of behig unable to cent offered, .that -Miss Jessie Hume be appointed by wire. oBth .the motions were; unanimous meeting, then adjourned. A wlrevwas received this afternoon by the secretary of tho Coleman school board from D.-'S. Williams that he would be glad io accept the position of principal and we know citizens will be glad to have such-'a tillable acquisition to the stuff. Born to the wife of Alei. son, postmaster, on the _13th inst... a daughter Both mother child are well: ,Hugh D McMillan proprietor Df the Cowley Hotel, was in C.ole aiao on" buiiniws toda> Mr. McMil- lan says that the farmers around his city expect a bumper crop, and there has been plenty of rain. CURB. Knure, of the Coleman Liquor Co., Ltd., left last, evening on a brief business trip to Calgar> and vil'l take him five or six, The hearing of John RAYMOND TELEPHONE CHANGES I 5 I Raymond, Alta July 16 Hon. Loye-ia receiving the congiatulationa of net friends omher appointment afi local manager of the Bell Tefophono- system here Miss e: bera courteous In 'tier, work- -at-the- switch -board, and appointinent -toac largely- as, MiM Msmo-witbeck ttiH continue as Mlus toie's as slsiant, and her hours at the preaent 'tlrao li from J30 pm till 11m -Mlaa Blva Pulmer after-the-oftice beta en the hours of 9 p m and Sam t A thorough reconstruction is to be made la the Interior of the prefect office a. good remedy for buru Is a strain lolution of salts in tiler It riot only relreres the pain but'balps to' Heal the. woundfl men u ith w Inch rirn e the hunch to their new grazing ground south ol Rajmond Mi hnight, purchased this bunch on his-own account, and they were not in any sense for the 'Knight Sugar Co ai has, been reported '1 lie Rat mond horseman seems to ba go ing m eitensivch for horses, having tins spring secured a valuable Suffolk Punch stallion at the Qal- eihibition 'perrheron new line Mr Knight, but his as a torse-nan enables him to 4u.L pioitably ith any breed, n AN hNDIANA VISITOR Raymond, Alta "July of Kenland Indiana, accompanied Mrs Hese came dcwn to Rajmond with 3lr. E. AinBworth. on -Monday. Mr. liai been an attorney In his home state for the last eight years has also'teen clerk of circuit court He visited Southern Alberta six ago, -coming up with an immigration peMjjJrorn. 5jt IJauI, under the dlrec tlon of the Kerr Co Mr Hess as nell as bavins Kb law office in his home town also farms on a: medium Bcale, growing; mostly oats, corn and timothy Wees, it as delighted country, predicted Southern Alberta a very bright future. leaves In a week's time -tor the'Pa- cific Coatt, and thence through the Stone Park tack to 'his In- diana home. Ryjiien, accused of the shooting ot little Slmone Decowei, will come up on Wednesdaj next at the R N W V P barracks. The child was'seriously, in- jurtd but is now 'reported out of dan ger. Mr. Mitchell representing the Maple Leaf Tovvnslte Co, ot Maple Leaf ln fthe south and also a shoe factor} POPULAR RAYMOND MAN.IS HON- BANQUET ON HIS DEPARTURE Raymond, July buniiuul last night by the Independent Order of Oddfellows, In the liaymonil Hotel to A I." McDuffee a moM onjouibla nffaii About twenty.flvo uiombeis of the loose sat down and did justice to tho abundant spread which Aline Host Caid piovlded for his suesls Dr P A Keillor, the newly Installed .Noble Gland occupied the head of the table aud handled the loast list. The toast to Our was re piled to by tbe singing of the National Anthem "Oui Countij vvus the next on the list and coupled with this 'were the names of. J D Costlej D. Loss Lund and J Hmnold Each of the speakers declared that tbe coun- try was good enough for him. Mr lleniold stated that he had been awav from Canada six times in ten yea-r but vvas alwajs glad to come back. Our City' found response In" Dr Keillor, Jos Hill, aiid S li Card. Dr Keillor in bis humoioua told being from Raj mond and re tuinlng again and he hoped that the same evperieiice might be due In the Iffe of the guest of tho evening. Mr Hill vvag stiuck-nith the fact that the iieople of Itajmond were much like the people of his native land. He spke of the splendid foundation which was Hid heie for a large town. S B Card had been thiough Raymont townsite ten ago when there was nothing but jirairle grass.. He bad followed (he excellent develop ment of the town, and looked forward to better things for Ravmond future. New Industries "Our Industrj" hau sponsors in. L 0 Norton, H R Johnson and William Paris "Vlr Norton in closing his re marks on Raymond Industtj suggest ed several new industries that the town should endeavor to have started lere He dwelt on a creamery aud mera farmers elevators tie thought a steam establishment for the mann 'acture of steam engines and gasoline motors should be" a" thriving b'tisineas Cool as a Cucumber Clear, as Crystal TO-NIGHT THE SQUAWS DEBT OF GRATITUDE A si'me subject, beautifully how an Indian Maiden appreciated and repaytd a little kindness frohi a white mall. TVI li1 Tit ATI tlV I'JO'I H- Money always the "Root.of Evil" -Vnd will bo to the end i ii wuu. the This strjklng.'ptcturo vividlj illus-trntes to what Icngths.a man1 will go, to when possessed witn the "Greed of u TTTK TAKIE THIS n "tureThing" }ou can safelv place join money on thli ai lt (g guarantoei] como urat the comedy race and bring big returns by Miss Olive Riohnrds, Moonlight the latest hit Coming shortly: "CATCHING WHALES'IN production that will.make ypu wonder what IE coming next) n the city this evening on busijlesi and stated that the Fairmont Hotel C had started the building and th hum there from now They e a picture show, po room and''a large onUhe tow site iBnd application lias' been made the authorities at Ottawa for a jj office Miss Flossj "VIcInljie, of Lanar at eBellevue today.-Jg will, holiday with her Mrs. "Albert May. ls I In connection with the shoe factors Mr Norton attention ,o the fact that a hide coming Back to this coun try aftei being and made '.into leather costs from seAento nine times the price fu its law state Mr, John- eon spoke along1 the1'sameline as Mr. N'orton and expressed his regret at Mr" McDiiffee's leaving' the commun- ity Wni' 'ifated that he was present at the banquet1 glv en for Mr. McDuffee s O'other who left in 1904, and greatlj regretted the departure of the guest of the evening WILL REPAIR THE COAfCITY 1NE Mrs. Taft's Presence in Hall Led Bryan to Modify Resolution resolution all reference to the presl dent Aftvr adopt ed I went .to.Kim aiuj askad if ho had thfB olty, formerly private Mrceta-iy j purpoaelv omiUsd that part of the re Hdeua, tTonL, July of the ohlvalrj of William J Bryan IB told ty Bobmt F Iloio of TIPPLE BLOWN OVER BY WIN WILL BE FATAL 46LUTTONY Coal C-Ky, July Wltaon, wh BOT llvea in the States, was her on Sunday, to inspect- his. mine an arranged for" the repair of the dam age caused, by the_ recent storm. For sometime Mr. Wilson's mine ha been inactive, but now that thing are looking brighter, the mine Is 't be put in working order as soon ta possible Potatoea being grown around hei are looking fine Mr B ha an eight acre patch and iWr Work acre patch and both''prbmiae. t amply for the time spent upoi 'to the who in the of bii confidential steno grapher a4, the Baltimore convention. 'Before going to tile ld Mr. Roie, "Mr. Bryan'dictated to mo -now finvotifl. Ryan-Belmont' gan resplufciori: and it contained a tic reference1 to the iteam .roller method! of the Republican natioonl convention, and to President Tatt as the recipient ot favors of 1he 'Inter esta' On golnr tn tlie hall Mr Bryan s'inforraad that MTS Taft wai in auSlence awl out ot connderAtion for hw from the solution dlctaled to. me, or if it was an overnight. I aniUed it' he said 'Mrs occilpidd a. box and I de aired to do nothtaf whiob. would nth Ject her. to humiliation.' "I Jlelville E. Stone the general ed of Mr Brynn'i action and he U) Mr. Noyea, v.ho in tiirn-'iriformed ol this most graojqiu act of Mr. Brrnn. The president, to AH Bryan for his kindly of Mrs.'Taft." B William's dog THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE aw aWMUND WALKM. C.V.O, B.C.U ALBXANDBII LAIRD JOHN AIRH Axutut Gmmtrti Maxtor CAWTAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, enable the IraveHer to provide himself with funds without dolav at each point of journey in yet inexpensive manner. are luutd payable in every country in Ule world in denominations of i UM in the moneys of the principal ou the cheque They are economical absolutely safe nelf- and eaiily negotiated. _. e i Lethbridge, Branch C. G. K. Nourse. them. Mr. which lost sometime ago, return ed home a few. days ago, so all chahc of earning the promisied reward is ;nc more. A farmer :in this vicinity lost a VR] liable .Percheron horge last week. The horae broke loose from his stall am nnfortnnatelj found his way to tbe feed box and over-ate. All efforts the veterinary to save him were.futile .Mr. W..and R. Doran' returned horiie from the neighborhood Jlonarch where they have been .working on Hhe gas pipe ditch Whilst there un their .tent flooded Mr. Dyaart has the hotel here for It is believed that the buyer is a Lethbridge citizen. Mr Dynart going: to farm somewhere In the States. Sunday school reopened yesterday and made a good start. Mr. Falrweather- preached to a full house at, the evening'aerrice. Hin subject was the inspiration of sacrifice and was attentively listened to. Air. Work left here for Calgary by the afternoon train. Tho rain seems to have come too late for the wheat around here, but flax is looking fairly well AMES, M. P., HAD A NARROW Port Hood, N.S., .July B. Amei, M. P., for St. An to hie dMnlon of Montreal, and a party., of friends had a narrow escape lut night when hin yftfiht, Manona atniok in a heavy anrf went down. Mr. Amen and his friends etcaped in a The .Oddfellows "Our Order n as 'replied to by Wm Clemie ami los Clemis deemed it a goodThing for every man to belong to a society, and since the Independent Older of Odd- follows one of the juat and on of the beat; he was'a -member himself and was endeavoring to do HE much as he coufd-to UTOinote the good- of the older >-Mr fcemar, In follpwin Mr Clemls, spoke of the kindness o Mr him at the time- o hut serious illness :and quarantine few jears ago and he paid the 'gues of1 the evening the tribute that if hatl not been for him he would pro ably not have recovered. "Sinter was heard in excellent.spbeeh.hy Rev. Mr. Toomb B.A. Mr..: Tobmbs is..a-.member Hillside Lodge, Montague, I E.I, The speaker said that he "wa glad a nieinber of this ordf because of :what the crdei; atands fo He dwelt fit considerable length o Friendship. Truth, remarh Ing that It.ivas in the cati logue vntiieb am than .Mr. Toombs also paid a .tribute to th guest p-r the everting as a worker i the church Of which he is pastor Fo lowing Mr. Toombs, 131air, .M-r..M dn> lor FRfclC book of i for paint users, G.F.STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS WINNIPEG. CANADA BBANCfl AT CALCABV SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDOt Hayr Hdw, Go. lotel had ghen at foimer banquets, nd to the excellent_spread which 'was set .before the guests on this occasion, ie 'also referred to the reputation which the only in Ray- mond -but ouiskle of town, and thank- d Mr. and Mrs. Card-for the. pains hoy had taken to make the banquet a success. The Repliei The chairman then called ,uponrthe guest of the evening'-to say a few words. McDuffee thanked the No, 83, for Its kind- ness in gathering on this occasion to bid him farewell. He was sorry to leave tlie lodge and its menibers but hoped that his moving from town would not mean a severance of tho friendship which had grown up be- tween him and the members of "the order. He referred order as- one of beet and hoped that in Raymond it -would grow, and prosper. He maile, mention of the fact that it had. been organized and begun with considerable opposition in the 'town, but "that.the splendid re- cord of its members and', the excellent work that it bad done had lived down this opposition, and today was sperted organisation In the town In closing his-remarks; Hr. McDnffee in vited 'the'loiembers of ,the order to call on him in his new home or. place ot business, in the. western city During.the evening'songs were ron dered by R. A. GIIHes, ]Vm. Paris, R, A. a .quartette by. Dr. Amos and Gillies. Amos and Tait. I. A. Gillies contributed a mandolin solo and H. Lemar a reading MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT 'SPECIAL: RETURN Miss Consitaiice Craw ley and HER 'PLAYERS, with 'Mr. Arthur Maiule THE BROKEN LAW WEDNESDAY, "The Marriage of PASSPORT1' PRICES 75c., and 50g; _ On Sale at Roohon's DON'T KINDLING1' Saturday, July 20th. Margar- et Illington and a Powerful Company MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDEUO) Margaret INington The approaching engagement of America's emotional Acti Alargaret Illington, in Charleo Ken- yon's famous play, is arousing much interest jn local the atncai circles The is one 10 one. should fail to constructed, the whole tliree be- 11 g leplete scenes oi an ve character The atorv ot tlie nlfly s an interesting one aud lor the benefit of nij leaders T vill publish t In the .ind Dramatic column on S-aturdaj seat sale foi th Imgton engagement is at Rochon's >onitance Crawley Triumphs !n "Sec- ond Mrs. Tanqueray" v Mlas Constance Crawley and her excellent English comnany won the CHINESE MINISTER RESIGNS Pokln, July minister of I nance, Heiims, Hsi Ling and four other ministers resigned yesterday, 'he is resigning in irdor to devote himself to the rehahi- itatlon of tha financial situation. He, ogether with premier and Tszchl, comprise a special coninilielon o Heal with foreign loons. When the ilualion Is cleaied up Chow ho was 'formerly; acting finance .min- ster will become financial minister. The other retiring 'ministers have slBnod under pressure, by their sup- porters ,In the To pul a small piece of sftllpetre in tho Wfttar in which they are placed. A lump of sugar' will prevent any unpleasant smell which arises frc-m the water in which flowers are plic-. .d mi ration a nil critical approval of fair audience at the Majestic The itre last night in Pinero'b vvell The Second Mrs Tan liieray" The perfopmance ghen the day wan Trorthj of a crowded and ence and here one might strongly irge those people in this city inho aie Iwajs longing for good plajs visit this week and see Miss Crdw- ey and her players They arc weli a visit, In the bill played on this occasion fifes has a part which eculiarly suited to h'er emotional alents Paniculaily in the aeconi! act 'here she appears as the second Mrs 'anquerai did "Uisg Ciawlev reveal a limpae of hei gifts mastery n epigram is ahvajs full of color puts lines In Mrs Tanquera> s mouth which sets awllences laughing; or example Aubrey Tantiuerai efers to his former rife, second Tanquoray replies ei ly She's six and and one could ot fsh 01 se than This Mrs is not a mrnmn at heart She is whim cal and invariablj realises her posi- Pinero knew this character .well and must met her m real life judging from the deftness of hls'dc lineation Miss disclosed an excellent conception of the she colored throughout with technical finesse. In her-' emotional scones she rose majestically and con- vinced one of her hibtilonlc abilitv Ono dees not often come in contact with an actress of such Maude, that fine sctor ot nchfllarlj attainments, gave a studied .portrayal of the husband, AuBrey. Maude JiftR tliftt perceiving style which commande respect from the critical auditor. night was Innate with reol dramatic ex- prcitlon and his with sincerity. The other of the cast acquitted themselves In a highly capable manner It is a pleas- ,lish players' diction, and" their .ftusy. and natural Ynethods in, stage deport- ment. The scenic investitures' of "the phi} ft ere artisilcall) arranged It IB to be hoped that Mibs Ciawley and her fine company he greeted by a larger audience this evening vhen the> ill play Oscai Wilde's "The Bioken Law" Turn out .and patronue a real Hist class attrac- hopes the performance will start a 'little1 earlier this evening "arid that the delajs between the acti will be curtailed. COMPLETING PLANS INSURE LIVES OF NEW-YORK POLICEMEN, Policies of Members Will A0- gregate to York, July 16 are being completed by which all the members of the police department of the citj ale to have their lives in- sured The insurance will be effect- ed through several blanket policies, one of each of.the'several benevolent associations m the department, and the conhact In. each case willrbe be- tween that particular association-and' tlie company insuring Gioupmg the several contracts togethei it is said; to be the largest life insurance con- tiact made The Key York police department s In mind numbers mem 'bers The contracts now proposed, will insure, these 10000 members for between aud with annual premiums of something like Tho cost to' the individual police- man, who Tull pay a flat rate without regard to age Will be aHp pel ure to'note the .clarity of these -Eng- tho pit. DUCHESS OF SUTHCftUAND The Duchess of. sister of Lord Rossiyn, 'made .a "weird tour of a, coal pit in England during strike there. She abandoned an un- succeMfnl salmon fishing trip to dee- SHOE POLISH 10' Shines easiest, retains its longest aud ooniiis iii the BIG box, your grocer or Hhoonirtii. 19 God ftr tW Wtatiwr ;