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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LeUibridge Daily Ilcriilil. A Real Summer Temperature perfect summer day with the thermometer at Why does in the house in winter fee! chilly Why does while warm enough, feel stuffy and oppressive Because the average furnace, in warming the air, dries out natural moisture and fails to replace it. Instead of the 70% average humidity of the outside air, your furnace heated air probably contains less than moisture. The sudden changes from this hot, dry air to the cold, outdoor is the commonest cause of the colds, sore throats and lung troubles so common in winter. The Remedy is the "CIRCLE WATERPAN" or "GOOD CHEER" FURNACE This pan encircles the firepot, and holds several times as much water the makeshift pan in the average furnace. The result is an evaporation sufficient to keep the air in every rooiri in the house at practically the sarr.s humidity as the fresh outside air, so that feels perfectly comfortable, lika a summer day. Plants and people thrive in such an atmosphere. The "Good Cheer" Circle Waterpan Furnace saves doctors' blils as well as coal bills. 2 For full particulars of this splendid furnace write THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., LfiHTEO, WOODSTOCK, Ont. .WINNIPEG, Man, Sol'l and reecraaicndec! ty Eiek-5ehl Hardware Co., Lettibriilge, K I h B PrliJiv Juno' ultimatum de- manding the ot a National Parliament, imimv'iiaioly be STIV- ;'il on the 'government on Wi-ditesuay. provincial gathered here, are prepared to stay and foiL'c the demands without wait- ing for ihe expiration" of the nine- year period, piovjdttl by the'.goveru- nleut, before this. National .Assembles convention. .Most of the delegates j have given oaths to commit suicide jU tlie reseat Prince Chun refuses the 'demand. Tiieir'self-slaying is accord- ing to Chinese ethics would put Prince Chun in the light of murderer, lie bfing' held'morally; responsible. It is believed here that the regent, backed'by Manchus and all the reac- tionary forces will delay as long as possible answering the memorial. JUNE WEDDINGS We oau furnish just what you want in WEDDING FLOWKKS Macio up'In the latest and most artistic style. Call ami got our prices. The Terrill Floral Co., Cor.Ashmead Dufferin Sts. Phone 577 F.M.DEXXEXV Refractionist Eyesight Specialist 12 Years' Experience At Johnston Jackson's Drug Store Bull-Rushers In Scrap v At Land Office (Continued from front BRAKEMAN KILLED BY HIS OWN MISTAKE Failed to Flag Passenger Train Which R'nn Into a Freight 8- i? s ji _ I Pursuant to the request of the Cal- s RELICS STOLEN gary Y. M. C. A., Mayor Jamiesou has Rome, Jtme relics of the instructed Chief of Police McKie to Heart of St. Joseph and the famous strictly enforce the law prohibiting j Monstrance designed and executed by ed by the failure of Gallagher to Ha L'.uuyctte. June Chi- c-.iso mail train on the Motion railroad, coindeu with u northbound'' freight min near Lowell early today. George Gallagher, brakeman of the freight train, was'crushed to death. Several jasseagers on the passenger train A-ere badly shaken jously injured. The wreck was cans- Edited by Phone 1052 Defendant said he went down to the land ollice to assist a friend of his any way ho could legally to obtain a He denied taking com- plainant's coat or seizing him by the logs. Under cross examination he ad- mitted that his home'-was' at Nanton, where he had a homestead. He ad- mitted talcing part in., several other rashes here on most occasions it had been with the idea of purchasing or pre-empting another homestead. He denied that he had been engaged Ao assist anyone or that he was one of aii organization which made a prac-! ice of bull rushing. The man whom volunteered to assist this morning vas named Brisky, who worked for the City Garage, owned by Messrs. Cornell and Cheney of the Mason Land Co. He was cross examined severely by Chief Gillespie, -Avho en- deavored to elicit the fact dial he was being paid for his services, lie had been warned by the police on previous occasions, that he was not entitled to a purchased homestead or pre-emption in the Bow Island or Sev- en Persons districts recent rushehs have been. He became somewhat reticent and confused and asked -for an adjournment that he might secure a lawyer to protect him. The magistrate then adjourned the court days allowing bail in a cash deposit of or two sure- ties of each. It Suits Them AH Old and young delight in the rich- ness and deiicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA, COWANS PERFECTION COCOA It suits taste. The Co. Limited, TORONTO. 136 the sale o! cigarettes to minors, and Benvemito Golliv, have been stolen the use of them by such persons. I from the Cathedral of Leonessa. a pas sen train, the freight train hav- ing been stalled on the hill. DON'T MISS IT SOCIAL AND PERSONAL -Mrs. Donnan is hostess to the Sew- ing Club this afternoon. J-' The Sewing Club is being entertain- ed by Mrs. Ritchie this afternoon. Mrs. Hillis, mother of Mrs. (D-.) McXallyv arrived in the city yesterday from her home in Button, Ontario, ;o visit her daughter. As usual nearly all the Tennis club members took advantage of Saturday's bright weather and visited the courts. At the tea hour Mrs. McCullough was the She was assist- .ed by Miss Audrey .NTeaIe. N' T 5 Tomorrow evening- between the hours-' of seven thirty and ten thirty the W. C. T. U. and the "Y's" will at home in the new Y. W. C. T. U of Pompas and Smith streets to those interested :ri the home. one is invited to be'the unions' guests for the even- ing, taking ibis opportiuity to be shown tht-oiigh the homelike apvt- ments by the members. During receiving hours Plarper's orchs-Kra will be in attendance'. Mrs. R. E. Sherlock entertained a. score of little folks most delightfully Saturday afternoon, in aonor of her wee daughter Marjorie's seventh birth- day anniversary. A glorious romp was -enjoyed on the lawn, where a. large Maypole had been erected, and at the close of the afternoon dainties dear to children were served on the lawn. The favors were odd shaped boxes of bon bons. KAISER WANTS MORE SALARY v, The Quick Lunch Counter at I he lew England Cafe Will open on Saturday, June 4 Menu and Service is to please Hill Block Dufferm Street The Hotel Berlin, J line bill- was intro- duced, in the Prussian Diet providing for au of two.'.million marks or in cashiers list. The Kaiser-recently'asked ior an increase of his allowance because of the increased cost of living. The civil list now amounts to about and it was expected that it would be raised TRIBUNAL LASTS TO END OF'JULY The Hague, June Anglo- American fisheries arbitration to set- tle the long standing disputes between Canada and the United States regard- ing fishing '5n their respective terri- torial .waters will probably last until the end of .luly. The- trib.unal.began ork on Monday. Four speeches allowed each side and each [leech will probably consume a. week, ir Robert Finley will. open and Sir Villiam Robson. attorney general, will lose'the case for Great Britain, that eing in accordance with the American, racticc of letting the senior counsel peak last. ..Between them John jK'art, K. C., will speak for Canada nd Sir John Winter for Newfoundland espectively. For the United States he. following counsel will speak: eorge Turner, Charles Warren, Sam- uel Elder and Senator Root who will Scene from J. Evans' narrat ivc. at the Majestic Tomorrow aniUVeilncsclay. .Tune 7th and 8th. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of Knox church will meet in tiie vestry Friday afternoon at three o'clock. V The Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Cyp- rian's parish will meet with JIrs Wellington, 615 Cuthill street, Thurs day afternoon at three o'clock. 1 The Ladies' Aid Society of.Wesley church will meet in the lecture room for sewing Wednesday afternoon a three o'clock. 9 V St. Monica's Guild will meet in the Parish hall tomorrow afternoon a 3.30. As this will probably be the final meeting of the season member Is urged to be present. The strawberry and ice cream soc ial, postponed last week, will be held in the lecture room of Knox church on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. A splendid programme has been planned for the entertainment of the guests. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION returning to R. 5. Atkins' place Sec. 13- T. 6, R. IS. earn of geldings, bay and brown. Bay horse has white stripe in face and vhite ring around left-hind foot, weight of brown eleven hundred, no brands James Carnegie. 14S-6 A Good Combination The Gity Bakery AND "Our Best" Flour Results Guaranteed Test It Gity Bakery Ford St. Beside Fire Hall Phone 1181 HOUSE AND CONTENTS BURNED AT FERNIE B. C., June alarm for fire was turned from the annex this afternoon and the fire department quickly responded but the fire, which was in the' 'house of H. Hamilton, had a good start -before the alarm was turned in. The contents and the build ing itself were practically destroyed. The loss comes heavy upon the own- ers, only insurance being car- ried upon the house and furniture. ted on the EUROPEAN PLAN V and gives un- excelled SERVICE and Open Day and Night Prior to leaving Moose Jaw for Startrord, Ont.. Rev. F. M, Wooden. Methodist minister, was prasented with a purse of POSITION WAITED Stenographer, experienced, requires position. Good references. Apply Tiox 11 Herald Of: t'ice. 14S-C experienced general servant. Wages per month. Apply to Mrs." W. C. Simmons, 320 Ashmcad St. 14S-6 modern 7. or 8 roomed house, new, well located with good houses near it. 1-4 cash. balance Will only buy from owners who are anxious -to sell at a right price. No iand agents need apply. Al- so'-wan ted. 4 to 6 b.uilding lots close in on good street with best surroundings. Only good lots will be looked at. Cor- respondence strictly confidential. Ap ply Box .26, Herald Office. 4S-6 experienced fire insur- ance canvasser to work on commission Apply Imperial Development Co., Ltd. 03 Sherlock Building. 148-6 TWILIGHT CHAT In Montreal. Ottawa, Toronto and other eastern cities morning weddings followed by either elaborate or simple receptions are gaming in favor more than ever this season. And -what a relief and saving of nerves for the bride-elect and her family. Hereto- fore the four o'clock weddings have been marked, but the rush and 'hurry entailed preparing for this all Import- am event tisually ends In wrecked nerves and utter exhaustion when the hour finally arrives, consequently the bride, who should look her best, is usually pale and worn. These are the reasons why the morning wed- ding is gaining popularity. The pre- parations may ;he made the clay be- fore and the members'of the wedding party can have a jolly time decorating the house or church the evening be- fore, then after a night of refreshing rest everyone will be in the highest spirits for the day's event, watch, plain case inscrib ed "M. chain attached. Wii :nder please call at Herald office 48-ox 30ARD ROOM nisiness couple desire furnished room with breakfast and supper in modern lome. Private family preferred. .control. State full particulars r.< Hex Hftrnld. 48- MOVING (PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE- Week of June 6th, 1910 or- Jill Athletes in won- .clcrfill''feats of skill. V Street EC fined, novel and musical. Sinking ami Dancing 2000 Feet Up-to-date Motion Pictures. 15f, 25c, TENDERS Tenders will be received by the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council, up to and including June ,9th for the purchase of the valuable property on Glyn street, known as the Labor Tem- ple, Lethbridge. The same is within one minute of tho Post Office, the A. R. I. and the C. P. R. depot, and is considered one of the most valuable sites in the city. Tt is just south of the Chinook west of Knox Church and east of the Sinott block. Terms of sale will reserve the right of the Trades and Labor Council to the building until the expiration of 12 months from date of sale and that the highest or any is not necessarily accepted. Bids must be in by Thursday next at S p.m. and should be marked, "Ten- rter1' and sent to S. pres ident or W. Symonds, secretary, F. O Pox 4H 143-3 A SATISFIED CUSTOMER BEST U is not enough that people should talk about you, but it is ne- cessary that they should have something good to say. If a person feels that he has bee.n "taken in" on a purchase he is not slow in letting his neighbor know about it The purchaser of Standard Furniture Co.'s goods is always delighted and invariably becomes our best advertiser by telling his neighbor about his great bargains. Call and see our stock. Standard Furniture Co. ;