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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE K 1WLY HERALD Page 11 The Mason Risch. Limited, Display of High Grade Pianos and Player Pianos In their new finish and sheriton inlaid cases are one of ;the principal features of thib MADE-lti-CANADA EXHIBITION will be in Lethbridge, SATUR- DAY, JUNE 8. Free Sou yenirs--- Every one Welcome- -Admission Free. MASON RISCH, Lethbrid9e Branch, Dominion Block, jl Phone 791 That You "CAN'T BEAT" A CURE FOR FOKERIZIS A llelined. and Screamlnp Comedy, featuring "JOHN EUNNY." Motto: "Never Talk in'Tour Bleep." r THE BROKEN 'SPUR 'A thrilling and beautifully portrayed story of "Ranch Life In the'Great Weat." REVENGE IS SWEET J'A new and refreshing, comedy of the "Enlfrely DlffcrenL FROM FIELD TO CRADLE An Instructive and Interesting novelty that will please botii young and old. i and Thursday, June 12 and 13 "ATJLD LANG SV.NE" A remarkable production; sensational, appealing and thril- ling. REMOVED ABSCESS FROM THE EAR ANOTHER OPERATION PERFORM- ED ON SECOND SON OF. KING OF SPAIN Madrid, June Jaime ol Spain, second son of King Alfonso J Tilth tJiiL'Kn Victoria. operated on yeslcrdfly for abscess of Llie 1 Tlic opera lion was performed by I'ro- fcssor Moors of Horiluiuix, Prince I Jaime, who is novy. about four years olri, lias been operated on several Hires for affections of and jlliroat. [fo'has never been in robusL Jicallh and reports have been current Uiat he was without the power of speech. U was hoped thai; alter an op- eration performed last August at Fri- Lourg, a permanent cure would be cf- fecled. WRITES REGARDING SILVER DOLLARS Hon. W. T. White WIN Inveitlgaie Mailer on Tour of West Next Fall, He Says Nelson; B'. C., June' AV. T. White, inliiister of fliiancc, luis writ- ten to .the secretary of the board o; trade acknowledging .the receipt the resolutions regarding i FRANK M. DAVIS LOST HIS WIFE WERE IN NEW YOIJK AND SHE POLICE NOTIFIED New York, June M. Daf- tT, president ot the Davis STAFFORDV1LLE NEWS The-wfe'fk or numbering the houses has bciJiiGjlartefl. The work will be- coniplcletl in nunul two weeks, as all Hie vajilint lots liavc to lie numbered and recorded, and as the buildings arc caiTbe placed uor- rectlyv Jas.'.rtalston, has'jusl erected a i'our-rponicd collage .on Westminster expects to move in slier 'iy.., Airs.- W.- K.'I-lupcroft, of liaving been east on an extended vis- it, stopped over tor n. few friends' home 1o'Vancouver. from Llie Knalo''board expressing dls-j o'clock, ML.' Davis "notified the police Mr.'rs. of Mon- appointment fit the announcement by' anti Was searched without iirch, were'rii I'fitaftorcl''pii jjutfiness. Tuustiay, looking after property here. Miss Helen1 Watson 'arrived Irom Urnccbvidge; Ontario, on Monday coin-age-Of Milwaukee, reported" to the police of Canadian silver dollars and mght tlic disappearance lie hoped to be in the wesf-wil veaus olil." next fall when he would so into the iiuestlon, In lie1 snid, he-would'give the matter con- was last seen by him yesterday who af- in Central Mts. Davis aiderallon. j was to inpct licr husband 'in front-of .The resolutipu.. from 'the- -Nelson I the arsenal police station at five hoard iii- siip'ntiVt of qn'ejp'clccK. .iv'niting vhcrc until nine Moodic, of Staff ordvillc. Airier, has hciMi in the Gait hbspitnl for' three or four days with n bad, knee. He ,is all'right again, and returned ;hoinc yesterday. the iiihilster, that it had; been decided to postpone the coinugo LUCCCSS. of silver dollar pieces al- though the dies.bad reached-Ottawa. Mr. Davjs said that hia wife bad no money but1 had .consitierable jewelry, _ ___ diamond rings and a gold watch and WILLT GO .'TO" llcr H only Ottawa, June Lett, of'yesterday morning that they reached Falls, -formerly of McLeod -lie city to which Mr. Davis liad coiiio street Jlethodlst Church, 'OLtavvft, has on a hurried business mission; aiui accepted a .call to. Grand View Melho- diat Cliuroh, Vancouver. ALBERTA SETS PRECEDENT FOR COMPENSATION FAMILY" OF' MAN'KILLED WHEN WORKING FOR GOVERNMENT OBTAINS AWARD Edmonton, June precedent 'that gives every workman in the of. the government the advantages of Com pensatlon C. W. Crosa; At torney has by his first aci since taking office uriiior' Premier SK ton remitted to the aged parents G. D. Coslette, 'who was killed while working QB a carpenter for the govern rant in November, 1911, the sum to whlcll they were entitled-un cler the provisions-or the act for com pensation for death their son who was supporting the'..i. According to Donald TrtcLeod, re cording secretary of the Edmonton dia tric-t council of the- United Broth-ar liood of Carpenters and Joiners of Am erica, and business .agent of that or- ganization, the attorney general has paid, out the first compensation yet paid to a workman or his family death or Injuries received while work ing for .the government, although the act-does not apply to men in the em ploy of the government at he wns not bound In any way to recog- nize the claim. Th-a claim by the attorney 'first .-made known at a meetihg'of "the Carpenters Union tills-week. LOOK! Now is the time to Buy Accessories cany a CompleLc Lino in Llie following: Battery Connectors, Number Brackets, Polishing fiilic Spark Ting Pumps, JRnbbei- Cement, Chains, Batteries, Spark Plugs, Rubber Tub- ing- Also remember we arc Agents for ttu- Rus- sell, Maxwoll and .Hupmobilc. A tleinonstrntion given ni'iy l.lii'.u. Call n'p 588. H. D. Henderson Garage they were to liavc started hack iome I Nalurfl Ijisi .night. The police were inclined to lear that some accident has liDfal- Cor. fitli St., and Aye. Phone 588 leu her, Iml slic was not in any tlie hospitals. oi HAIR IS BURIED; BODY CREMATED THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLKD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR i Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes TOR ruivniF.n INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C G. K, Nourse. Wgr, Toklo, June GlT-In accordance.with Japanese custom, the hair of Qis late Otojlr'b Kawakami, father of the new achool of 'Japanese dramatic art, and husband of Sadda :Yacco, was buried in the family vault at the Lengukaji temple here befiide tlie famous "Forty- seven Ronln." Tho cremated remains of the. dead actor are buried at Osoka, the home of his fame. On the arrival of Sadda Vacco fit Shimbashi station hearing the hair in a lacquered hox In crepe an immense crowd of nrimiverg and the- atrical celebrities met her and.eacorl- ed her in solemn procession to temple. PULPIT New York, W. ford, formerly rectori.ol" St. George's one of the most important Prbtestanl Episcopal churchtjB to- day admitted that own request Biahop Greer deposed him- as a min- ister of the denomination, retiring He wolild.give no reason for Una action, that he 'wished to lv free to carry on his shotiug in Ea'st Africa for .the American Museum History. Dr. .Rninsford made a formal call at the dlocesnn house'here one day and requRsled Ulshop Qreer to depoae said the Hev. Dr. Nelson, auxil- iary to Bisbop Grcer; "Under th cawonlca-l law the -request could not. be refused. It was uohe and DiyHnins ford then thanked the bishop and went away." TAKE ME BACK TO. TA ONCE AGAIN ORDERED TO MARRY London, Ont., ,A Varey of. this city is in a predicament. Ho IB not yet 21 years a secretly marricil in Detroit, atter year's, courtship, Miss Madeline Bea- trix Adamg of Philadelphia. They de elded to wait until both became ot't Hge, when they would be married again In her faith. Although corres- ponding regularly, they never met again. Last Monday Varey received n. tele- gram that his wife hail been Injured In an anlo accident, and bid died In St. Paul. Now a telegram announces Ihftt he, with "a little, sister and h-ro- IheJ of Ills dead wife, are to sbare her esttite, hut it is stipulated that he must marry a French actress chum ot hers wlihlu a month or be disinherit' ed. FORTUNES FROM COTTON'THREAD Glasgow, Juno of th-a estates of two of tho CoBls fam- ly a" thTQRd lame wnro lodged at Palilcy today. Jnmcs Coats Jr., left nn estate of the net value ot 726, and Archibald Coats -left a per- aonal eslatc amounting to In my chllrthoofl Gays I wandered By the dear old river side; When the summer sun was shining warm and clear. V' There my friends they were so many Anil iny-.lroubles few. That I long for dear' old .Lethbi'Idge once again. Hut as tlie golden days passed by me And the clouds more, thicker grew, Then my ;mth grew somewhat weary dny by day. Then I sought for greener pastures And I sought for brighter days, But I long for -dear old Lethbrldgc once again. So us on' life's path-we wander I Through this draady world of light, FiTst we find (he glorious sunshine, then tho shadowed night. So in life we [hid our pleasures, And in life our ninny ciires; And wo long for dear old Lclbbridgc once 'ns-iiii. Though, so many miles I've .travelled, Many happy faces met, Many joys and mnny sorrows came my way. I3ut. through olllicr Joy or sorrow Slill my heart crieB ouL in vain; Take me back to dear old LolhbrJdgc THREE STATIONS ARE NOW MOOTED once ngnln. Old-Timer. AN OLD RESIDENT Jlre. John Palmer, a resident ot Aj-1- mcr for yeari. Is dead, god GO. Miss H. Lee stenographic work dono cveninB'3. Will call [or work. Ilntcs reasonable. CHTI dictation by tele- phone. Phone 1491. nfter 6 p. in. 1208 Argyle Avenue T: P. DEPOT QUES TION IS, BEJpOMING MORE INVOLVED Ottawa, June further er lightening iu 4ho townBlte locatioi was afforded, at yesterday's hearlnj .of: the -Hazelton, B.C.. (ownslte cats oeEoTG iho Railway CommiBEiou. Til first wiineES. 'was A.V. P. .Murra} repreaenllng the old tbu-nt and for th second-Mr.'Harold Price, v.-ho furthe: complicated by urging stil a tlilrd site for. the .-much desired G T. 'P. station. Mr. testJCied that he had acted as slib-ag'ent for the G. T. P. in Belling South Hozeltou, and gave som. information in regard 'to old Hazelton which has a pouuldtloll of some 500 He was.examined by. Mr. Suiellie as to the.nrelbods used iu Gelling soutl Hazelton testifying that he had told Ihis.partner..tho decision of the governor-iii-council, whom .the IJoard's firsi decision was referred would be-absolutely certain Lo be in favor of south 'Hazelton. Mr. Lucas; acting for old HazeUon examined tiie witness in regard to his knowledge of-.the supposedly re- presentative residents thai place who liad sighed.a.petition lo the G. T, P., asking for. a Btatlon at south Haz- clton. Many of. tile names Mr. Mur- ray did not know. Mr. '.called by Mr. in favoi of hovhad'chosen for a sta- tion site. It is about midway belweeji south and sic'w HazeltonY He clulmed tlint, it was inpst conveniently situated for the Erection' of a hl'gb level bridge s the river. ..Tile new Hazellon site, on the other' hand, prior to .the Board's order, .establish- ing a station there, had lieeu genera- ally regarded as good.. Mr. .Biggar, G...T.MP. counsel, asked whether, his property had been sub- mitted to the Urltlsji Columbia govern- inent. and the.: Grauil.. Trunk Pacific. The witness Biiid he did Jiot know. C. J. H. Bethune Introduced anoth- er new feature by submitting a petl: .ion beaded by Captain McCroskey, and many, others, claiming .conaidera- ion for lots and 10-1. This; pro- lerty was subdivided eleven rears ago. The petitioners claimed this, lo- cation would be the closest, to the phi iazeiton property. Mr. Cauehon, do not far only the Uirnir was The' blaze "scar I- cd in the oil house, but so .far notli7 ing is knoun of the cause 1 his may- he1 a setback for as'.it .is! luniorcd tonight that the G T P will not rebuild .here, hiit .'will transler" :c MUST RAILWAYS USE FRENCH? Qucl-c-o, Ihr nOicial use the Quebec Public Utilities Com mis' sion. Robert'Trudel qf Que; bee has laid, a complaint: against the! Canadian .Northern-Railway, 20 pei- cent off ALL THIS WEEK Male Attire Clothes .Suits' S2S.OO Snils S-25'.OO.Snils SiiiLs Suits 610.00 RIDPATH .Cash Tailor ami 707 Hull Block ;