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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thnvwlay. June THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Everything on baking day supremely GOOD-alwnyi-if you always Good conscientious housewhcs with the highest as to purity In ine food they serve, use only FIVE ROSES FLOUR BETTER BREAD BETTER CAKES BETTER PIES Never a criticism if you always use FIVE ROSES FLOUR UKE OF THE WOODS MILLING CO., LTD. KENT MEN ARE PROUD OF THEIR NATIVE COUNTY featest in all England and They Quote Facts to Prore it First Annual Banquet of Kent Old Boys a Success first annual banquet of the .'.Kentish Men and Men of Kent was ;nelU last evening in ing out that the county had held the cricket championship and' that the people in Kent were champions in ev- that saw active service across the seas. Finally he said that at the pre- sent day Kent is to the forefront in furnishing pioneers for other lands, a large whom had chosen Canada for their home. Speaking of the part that the Kentish and Eng- lishmen should take In the Dominion at large, he declared that no matter to which of the plcl political parties they belonged, they should strive to 'firing-those parties into line for free' trade between the different nations compoeing the British Empire. Both great parties in Canada, he said, are apparently bonded to Big Business, neither o! them appearing to be will- ing to put into practice their protes- tations of empire loyalty by tearing down. the barriers that separate the nations composing the empire. He urged Kentish men to strive within their parties to have imperial free trade pushed, as an issue, to the fore- ront. Referring to the general good that those present could do" for Leth- bridgo in the way of publicity, he ask- each man present to send an ac- count of the meeting, as it appeared j in the local newspapers, to all the papers in the county of Kent. Much publicity could -be given the city of JLethbridge in this manner and maiy of those they left behind, by leaning of the number of Kentish Men Men of Kent there are in this r.-ity, may be Induced to select Lethbridge as their future home. Toastmaster Asquith in a few re- REDUCED TO UW SUIT FOR A SKELETON WOULD W marks urged that those present should Cafe, and was- a great success. The i else- He asked -them to fil -event was attended by thirty-four lor Basses and drink- a toast to ;njer residents of the County of Kent, Men and Men of Kent Coup .Ur.iUand, now residents in IIed with tlie toast were tne 'names of with -several, former -dents of other- counties. :aeted as toastmaster. Alter an excellent feast of good "tnmgs provided >by 31ine Host N. H.' Messrs.- J. L. Manwaring and Hag- el The Glories of Kent In responding to the :toast, J. L Man waring stated that .on the old the evening's program was maps of England the county of Kent -commenced with a toast to tire King, wnich was drunk heartily.. Ffed, Rob- Ins followed -with a solo in which, the all joined in the, chorus. In Ms opening remarks Toastmaster Asquith explained that the hancruet tvas to e of a little meeting held time ago in which Fred Robins, J. L. Manwaring and E. Hagel talked over ;the possibility of organizing a Kentish Men's society in the. city. It believed at "that time, he said, that there were only about fifteen or twenty men-in the city who from the county of it was a great not only to himself 'but to others that such'a large num- fber had gathered'at the first banquet He called attention to Ketfi as the County of point- was marked Cantium. He asked a Latin scholar what the word Cantium meant, and was told that it meant cor- ner or cornerstone, and that explain- ed a whole lot to him. From the days of the landing of St. Augustine on the 'shores of Kent, 'Kent had been the corner stone of progress of England; it had been foremost in religion, in sport and .in war. He called atten- tion to .the historical fact that 'the .British navy was organized in Kent several centuries ago when the in- habitants of the Cinque ports had sub- scribed a.fund for a few warships for the defence of the coast, also that the Kast Kent Buffs were the oldest in- fantry regiment in the British army, and the East and West Kent volun- teers were the first British volunteers Water Pan Is Correctly Placed In The Sunshine people realize the importance of the water-pan. Yet, without the moisture evaporated from the water in the the warm air passing through the registers is harsh and dry. It is hard on your lungs and on your furnishings. Now, the water-pan must be cor- rectly placed to be of any real use. If It Is placed' near the bottom of the furnace (see lower illustra- tion) the moisture has a long route (see ai-rows) to trave? before it reaches the pipes' leading to the rooms. It must pass alongside the fire-pot and radiator, and the terrific heat from these dries out nearly every particle of moisture ascending from "the pan. Very little 'reaches the pipes or passes through registers. Now, notice the location of the Sunshine water- pan. It is placed over the fuel door. The moisture takes the short, direct route to the pipes leading to the rooms. Tou can always have moisture-la-deiii healthful air passing through yowr registers, pro- vided you .keep the Sunshine water-pan filled with water. If you value your health you'll have our local "dealer install the Sunshine, with a. guarantee to heat your house to your entire satisfaction. 46 London, Toronto, Wontreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B., Hamilton, Calgary. For sale by Stafford-Agnew Co., Lethbridge right the reciprocity movement He declared that no matter vhat there advocate it gay, the pact TTIS aim ed at a future possibility of annexa- tion of Canada to the United States; Hagel said he was a Man of Kent and proud of it "It is over twenty he said, "since I left the hills of Kent and often I wish ihat I were back once more among the hop vines and orchards. He then in- dulged in: a few reminiscsnsss of the early days in Lethbridge, when he 'be- ieved he was- the only Man of Kent n the city. He also expressed the dea that the Kentish people here should do all in their power to streng- hen the bonds that bind them to the mother land. J. T. Petts next rendered a solo, '-Mary of his beautiful tenor voice delighting the banquetters, and. was heartily encored. The next toast was that of "Leth- bridge, "'Our Present coupled with the name of Alderman Ashcroft The toastmaster referred to Mr. Ash- croft not a Kentish man, yet an Englishman who during all the years he had been in Lethbridge had never'forgotten the mother country. .Responding to this toast Aid. Ashcroft heap eulogies upon the Men of Kent f'i see more Kentish men pres- ent at this banquet table tonight than were in Lethbridge when I first came he said. "I had confidence in the town then and I have confidence in the city now, and, although I love my adopted country, I will never for- get the mother land. I trust and hope that all Kentish Men in Lethbridge succeed in everything they under- A solo rendered by J. Sattin with piano accompaniment in which the 'M-a-nws" Sata) Hir Uli RIVIZRSX PlERRH, QUK., May gth 1910 look upon my recovery as nothing short of a miracle. I was for eleven years constantly suffering from Chronic Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation. The of my illness, I was confined to my- bed nearly all the time. I was so thin-I weighed only 90 pounds, and! vomited everything I ate. Even water would not stay on my stomach. The doctors gave me up to die as the stomach trouble produced heart weak- ness and I was4frequently unconscious. At'this time, a lady friend strongly Advised me to try "Fruit-a-tives" and how thankful I am that I did so. When I hmd taken one box, I was much better and after three boxes, I was practically well again and Lhad gained 20 pounds. I have taken thirteen boxes in all and nowweigh rsoponndfi and am absolutely cons- heart is sound and com- plexion MADAME-ARTHUR TOURANGEATJ. 5oc. a for or trial size, 25c. At all deiiers, or from Limited, Ottawa. he said, "hang on to free trade fcend .all .your efforts to procure free trade between the different Brit- ish dominions." At the conclusion of his" remarks he was given three rous- ing cheers and a tiger, and the sug- gestion that as the oldest Kentish present he should >be made hon- orary president of the new society, was una'nimbusly acted upon. F. Todman responded to the toast of "The 'Ladies" and E. Hagel 'and F. E. Wild to the toast to "The The banquet was brough; to a close by a round of "Kentish and the- singing of Auld Lang Syne and God Save the King, Those Among those present from dif- ferent parts of the county of Kent were: E. Hagel, Maidstone; J. L. Man- waring, Harden; J. Hooker, Snod- land; J. Kliner, Wouldham; L. L. As- quith Housden, Faver- sham; E. Petts, Teynham; T. Turner, .Dover; W. Hodge, Teynham; A. 'White, bead, Teyuham; J.. A. Packer, .Margate; E. R... Hooker, Rochester; C. Wakelen, :Murston; W. Heathfield. Kamsgate; F, J.' .Wordley, Folkestone J.; T. "Petts, Gravesend; Fred Robins, Margate; A. Arnold, Faversham; J. Ashford; C. Kemsley, Green- street; W.: Wildish, Murston; T. Rus- sell, Strood; J. .Carter, Platt; A. Southron, To'nbridge; C. Russell, Strood; -'A. Knowlden, Greenstreet, and C., Strood. BIG SUM OF MONEY Entered by Railway Con- tractors Against Cana- dian Government Ottawa, June of the big-, gest law tults entered in Canada for several years will be begun shortly with the federal government as de- fendant and the contractors of the National Transcontinental Rail way as plaintiff. The amount involved is about and that is the proper amount 'the government should pay tor the work done .by the contractors from the line from 'Moncton to Win- nipeg now nearing completion. Sev- eral months ago the board of arbitra- tion consisting of Collingwood Schrei- ber, chief consulting engineer to the government. Chief Engineer Grant of the National Transcontinental Rail- i way commission, and .Chief Engineer Kelliher, of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway company, after an inspection of the whole line from Moncton to Winnipeg, agreed on a report deduct- ing about from the Amount claimed toy the contractors according to .classification of work under the contract specification. The deduc- tions were made on the ground of over-classification of rock material over etc. On the dietrict F most of the cases in dispute between he engineers of tne commission and dietrict F between Winnipeg and Su- erior Junction, under contract to J. D.'McArthur. He is now entering uit on behalf of all the contractors ffected to have the Exchequer Court ecide as to the correctness of the rbitrator's award. An immense am- ount of evidence as to the measure- ments of cuttings, engineering data, etc., will be necessary before the court can decide on the facts of the case and the tegal costs will probably constitute -a new high'Tecord for Can- adian civil actions. It is thought probable that the final award will allow the, contractors 'be- Foot Friday and Saturday Special at For ladies Ankle Strap Pumps anJ Oxfords in patents, tans, gun metal and chocolate. All new and up-to- .date gqpds, and values wortk wkilc seeing Ladies' Soiiette Hosiery Extra Special value in.- Seamless, ...Full- Fashioned Goods W.J. Kefeon Co. tween and more than arbitrators have allowed. crowd joined heartily in the chorui, vas next on the program. C. F. P. Jonybeare, who was on tne program o respond to the toast of "Canada, he Land of Our was un- avoidably absent and his was aKen by D. H. aiton who spoke at considerable length and made one of the hits of the evening. The toast to Sister Counties was responded to by James Dawson in" a neat way, and he was followed by j L. L. Asquith, who recited one of Conan Doyle's tales of South Africa which was greeted with applause. W. Wildish then rendered an old favorite and was heartily applauded. Considerable discussion followed as i to the advisability of -organizing- a j permanent society, at the conclusion j of-which the following resolution wa; passed by a unanimous vote: i "That this gathering form them selves into a Kentish Society: if such a society is in existence in Englam to become a branch of that society and to become affiliated with other like organizations in the Dominion 1-iiat it have for its chief object the getting Into touch with all Kentish Men arriving, in Lethbridge, and that this banquet be made an annual fea- ture of the society." L. L. Asquith waa then elected pre- sident, J. L. Manwaring vice-president Fred Robins secretary. The greatest hit of tiie evening was a short address given by C. Russell, who had become better known to the banquetters as "Old Dad." He the oldest Kentish Man present and owned up to the fact that he was "past sixty-six." He carried his mem- ory back into the early part of the last century when Great Britain had a tariff, comparing the cost of living and the rate of wages in Kent in tnose days with the cost of living and rate of wages in Kent today. He de- clared that the younger Kentish men were fortunate to be living in the earlier part of the twentieth century i and not in the middle part of the nine- teenth century. "We hear a whole lot a bout tariff reform these days." he said, "but if those advocate it had lived in the days of tariff In Eng- land they would not talk the way they now do. My advice to Kentish men jan'j jnftner. Big Rail way Merger Chjetgc, May of the blggtpt railway mergers of recent years involving the Great North- ern, and Chicago, Burlington and Qufncy total of miles of line, came as a result of an announcement of James Hill in St. PauJ of the execution of six hundred millions first and refund- iny rnui'tytiye covering the bond is- sue of the two roads. To Expel From Church COMPLETE ROAD BY SEPTEMBER Pincher Creek, May. B.'.Mer- riam, chief of the Beaver Creek railway, reports that every- thing is going on all-right in the construction wort, of'the road. An ad ditional traction; en-gine- will be in commission next week. He is im- pressing on-the contractors the neces- sity ot ertipldying more men. The re- cent wet weather ias delayed pro-, ceedings, but expects the road-will be completed in Sep- tember. Steel which were at Macleod for this, branch on Tuesday, were expected' on .'-the construction works ,The engineer is quite hopeful of everything turning PINCHER COUNCIL AND SCHOOL BOARD Held Special Meeting, Boiler Chosenr-Teacher for High School Pincher Creek, May special meeting of the town council was held on 'Monday night for the. purpose of selecting an engine for -the po.wer house in place of a former order, which had been rescinded.! The dis- cussiofl at the go in waa quite an an- imated one and likely to be- come more than that, (but the "warm wave" was followed by-'a drop in the temperature before anything was said that would afterwards cause regret Tenders were in by thrie different matters of engines, the-Goldie Mc- UuUough, Robt Leonard and Water- ous. The of pthese engines had representatives priiient was permitted at hold "a private conference witfr council for the purpose of and'ex- plaining the merits different engines. The decision of the1' council went in favor of the Wateroui a motion was passed that effect The board sat till after midnight be- fore adjourning. No "other than the foregoing transacted at the meeting. A special meeting of the school (Continued from Front Page.) governor says his. forefathers in-..Georgia labored to establish the Methodist church and they had much to do- with prescribing its rules and regulations, but they did not put pro hibitipn into the confession of faith, nor. did they establish it as one of :lhe rules governing the society of its members. WINNIPEG MAN WAS HER FRIEND New York Woman Found Dead in a Bath Tub- Look for Husband Vwinnlpeg, June Tribune to- dayvpublishes an account of another Jatmtub mystery In New York, Mrs. G. Schieb aged being the victim. Her husband was seen around shortly before her body was discovered and are endeavoring to lo- ate hiniNJn the dead woman's room an envelope bearing the equest, "If unaeHrered return to Box 223, This box Jg wned by. John McKenrle, a local real state agent wboi knew the murdered woman well. Hfe says ihe Lil- ian Mae Steapit, daughter of a book gent of Springfield, Mass. Her and is a traveller. McKenzIe met er In New York in 1908, and since hen has been writing to her occaslon- lly and on baa out all right to admit of the road'be- board was held in the council cham- ber on Tuesday evening. The main features of the meeting, wfiloh was a brief one, was to come to a definite understanding with regard to the am- ount of "fee that is charged to pupils taking up high school work. An additional teacher -be en- gaged to go on with the advanced course of study, whose -salary will ibe or thereabouts. .It was decided on that a fee of per annum be charged to children of ratepayers. ?2.50' for addl- ing ready for the Tolling stock by September. Word has here that H. A. Kanouse, formerly proprietor of the Waldorf Hotel here, has gone into the hotel busiaess at Wash. Herrpn, IVLP., has returned from his parliamentary duties at Ot- tawa for the time being. E. T. Saunders .has- been quite ill for some days, though able to be out of doors occasionally. A. Mouat left on a business trip to Edmonton today. tional pupils from the. same 'family, and per annum to outside pupils. It was also resolved at-this meeting Yen ought trivet of attee and not get the fun and recreation Victor or MASON BISGH PfANO CO. Phone 791. Oom. Ilk. to ask.the town council for tor school 'purposes for the year 1911rl2, This and the passing of three tmall accounts concluded the of the meeting. LOOKING FOR DIAMONDS London, May is going on in London for valuable diamonds supposed to have been dropped la the street from the turban of tie Maha- rajah of Bikanar, who like many other coronation visitors, has brought price- less gems to wear on the occasion. Large, light, deliciously flavored loaves-fflpre loaves and more Q to the sack than from any. other. flourT The housewife who uses ROBIN HOOD Four Knows will use no. other. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR ;