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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TITE LETITBIUDGK DATLY IIEHALIH .Friday, Juno, 7.1M2 ASTERN Canadian Manufacturers are coming to visit you in a special train containing an interesting and instructive exhibition of the things they make. Don't fail to see this train. Nothing like it ever came West before. .Nothing is too good for the West! THE GURNEY FOUNDRY COMPANY, TORONTO want you to see their exhibit of Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. It will be especially interesting to Ladies. We promise you: an interesting half liour and some valuable information on the important subject ol Cooking and Heating, May we expect you? Train will arrive here Saturday Morning Local Representative of Gurney Foundry Company CLUB FOR DOGS IS THE LATEST THING FOR SMART LONDONERS ks on Famous Canadian Woman Route; the Indignation of Her Lady Duff-Gordon Noted for'Her'Kindness'to Her-Many Employes Elinor Glyn, th'e Canadian Novelist, Worki London, June Som-elliing ;iieiv in Ihc way of club? will be ex- perimenEod 'ivith in the United Coun- iles Club, which is to be opened here .in ;i few weeks' time. Though you couldn'L -deduce it from, the name, it :'is io be a club for animal .lovers of boll; sexes, nnd Ita novelty will be Rpacioua and luxurious accommoda- tion for the members' caiiine friends Poor Fido has been sternly' barred S rora every other London club-'.-np" to .now, anrf If you go past, (he entrances of an a-.'ternoon you can see many of ,'1he poor things lied up oulsld-s, iously looking for "master" among -tho members as they come out. .There will be nothing like ihjg at the n eV club. Splcntlld premises have .been taken In Berkeley street, looking out on lo Ihe lovely grounds of Dev- mis- will appeal to many women, who, present, o-'ten thei-r lunch tea, when, they out, owing lo he In'g-obliged lo part with Iheir pel during the meal. Here, too, ia succia accommodation for giving dogs' -tea parties, so popular among- canine de A great deal of intereaL lias been aroused this week by the evidence given before Lord Mersey's Court o Inquiry Into (he Titanic disaster I'J Sir." Cosmo' and .Lady in connection what is alleged to have happened In ihe boat hi whlcl they were saved. Many of Lady Duff Gordon's Englisli -and Canadian friends are. deeply indignant aL the attacks which have been made on, her and those "who-know her well tell of consideration which gov- pnshlre Jlouse, qrid master, ___ tress, or both, and dog inarch in Lo-l'ei'ns her actions in her dealings wlili fiether, everything being provided her eslablishmenL Ihelr comfort and happiness inside. London, and the frank and open- While muster hobnobs with his friends .or mistress sips her fragrant boh en, descends lo a large and airy basement lo ace his friends and enjoy club life. Here are the !of Itcnnels for him, and kennel maids [o minister lo his wants or see to tils loilet. If he does up to the mark, there IB a veterinary surgeon who 'will feel Ills pulse, while .nearby Js a buffet, containing the favorite morsels of his menu, wherewUh he .can refresh the Inner nnlmal, Thlai hearted manner in -.which she deals with even the veriest stranger. Lady' Duff-Gordon's -career has been a remarkably ScUve one -In :many, ways. She is the daughter of the ]ale Douglas Sirllierland, Of Tor- onto, la bcsi known, iierhnna, as the great who creates gowns, and maintains iliat they should be nmde to express moods. It ia some eisnleen years since ahe foundud the noted Court, dressmaking establish- ment, which lias now grown 10 bo one c-i the largest of its kind, with bntDch- iu London and .Vow York. In another direction tier Bister is eciufllly famous. She la Elinor Glyn, the celebrated who. In married Mr. Clayton Glyn, _a' w'el'l known Essex Jn London site has" a flat at the Ritz, and a charming country place in Essex. Mrs. Glyn does writing iii a pavilion In the .grounds. The rooms are-fur- nished LO represent Spring, Summer and Autumn has no place. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Corby. of Belle- ville, have nr-rlferi'lij London, nfter a rather long- stay in Qermanj'T Whilst on the continent Mr. Corby has tak- en the cure at a German Spa, and 1 am pleased lo hear that he'has gained a great, dcnl of-benefit ihercTTom, and hns practically recovered his health.1 When in Germany, Mr. Corby was much interested In the agricultural methods in vogue, .there. It will 'be remembered Ifoat soiiie years ago he was :L director of the Agricultural Ex- hiblllon Association'of Ontario. Next month, Miss Rhoda Simpson, of WinnipeK, Is to give- a .recital at -he SUinway Hall; under the patron- age of Lord, and Lady Strathcomi, and and Mrs, Griffiths. Miss Simpson, who is slaying with her, nolher in London, is looked upon as ne of Ihe most, proficient 'artistes of he Leipseic echobl. j PROPERTY HELD BY ONE CHURCH Trinity Pjriih, New Report Id'Mtneliry 'i Quite an iiUoreilirig; .little function oolc-place the other'day; n-hen John, he liRtijvboy-o? Mr.'ami Mrs. U S. .mely.'was chrlitenetl tirthe crypt of he "JJoiise of''CommonB, Sir John CENTRAL HORSE MARKET Corner "f Fourth Street HORSES, ETC., BOUGHT. SOLD AND EXCHANGED AUCTION SALE OF LIVE STOCK Every Tuesday Afternoon nl p.m. Entries Invited. AUCTION 9AU3S of all hlllda conducted In Tov.'l] and Country. Offices at Snle Unrns nnd nl Tloomy C "niul D, Balmornl nloclt. GALVIN GIBBON Phono 1426 Proprietors Imon, ihe Solicitor-General, and Mr. E. Smith, the Conservative M. P., tood as codrathers. It U pleasing lo oto how Parliamentary antagonists warni friends -In soc'sl life, lisa Greeiiwcod'a marriage lo Mr. uicry wna'Attended by M.P.'s, who In ic Hoiifie. nrc aworn 'enemies. jn Hs connection yon will have noted that JIi-. R ;B. Smith this week for Uie.Ilight Hon. Winston Churchill In his libel case. DOWAGBR. SENATOR NIXON'S FUNERAL Large Sums Given to CharitlfB a for Religious Work of Varloui Kindi New that would put on the market Is held by richest Christian church in this or any other country. The attain of the great cor- poration were kept secret'.for ao m'any years that now there ia" illegitimate public fnfare.srin their details. According to reports Just, given out in the productive'real estate h-old by the corporation is assessed by the city at in even The city assessments for purposes of 'taxation are reckoned at real vahre, but they are linrdly more than two-thirds. Trjnity.'s. repprt shows .other, holdings so that a fair estimate of the real value of productive property-is not far from How much Is the pldt. worth on. which stands Trinity chijrciraml burial ground? How much St. Paul's chapel land worth? piits thorn down at for the pur- pose of tax exemption.''.Trinity ceme- tery much IiTts real JBE-" (ale worth? There Is St. -Agnes' church, which cost Inter- cession J600.000, and other properties. Would Brinj Ham T. Manning, It teta all ihe. world know its jiftairs. There nro members, 3fiOO in Simdhy schools nm 3500 in day schools. Heavy Expenditure! To administer all of these spiritual and educational forces, and do so Mnnhatlan.-T where .niooey is required as nowhere else, took last S45 oC the There was giv- en to missions in one form or another find to the maintenance of cemeteries about more. So the reports show roughly J300.000 to make. New York and the world better through its agency and in even, amounts to maintain and improve properties from which an Income is derived. For example, Trinity's" taxes amounted to its repairs and improvements lo and it paid Interest to the amount of Trinity's benefactions read like a charities and contain the names of St. Luke's the Home for Incurables, the City Mission Society, the Seamen's Church. Insti- tute and All Saints' Holy Apostlei', St. iPeter's, St. Andrew's, St. 'Mary's, John the Evangelist, St. Clement's) lolyrood, Resurrection and Redeemer and Redeemer parlihes. Out of Ha money received from busi- ness properties Trinity last year ap- propriated One item (ells he' story of tht others. It Is, "Med- cal services and funerals, u Raport on Tenements Emily 'Dlnwiddle, formerly sec the Charity, organization So clety, is employed to give ller entire Imc to the social welfare, of the S70 amlllei that occupy. Trinity's tene- ments. 'Of the work she says in the oport: "Trinity's landlordahip ie being cx- ircised from the standpoint of corisid iratlon For the of the tenant. For Dry Lumber and Building Material of All Kinds Call on s Street 362 NEW .STOCK; WELL ASSORTED; QUICK. SERVICE; LOWEST V" PRICES General Office Room 3, Hull Block. Phoue 334 vorces. A family bond- that can bo broken almost at will is not a foundft- tion upon Tvhich a civilized socle'ly can DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN CANADA AND NEWFOUNDLAND Taking the city's valuation for pur- dwelling-houses on Trinity's land poses of taxation, Ha relation to real valuation, It la held by those who know Hint Trinity prp- perty would bring in Ihe open nitrket Merc la a lota] .'value of productive andjiinproductlvp1.property, of, j Income fast year from .rent of real estate There Washington, D.C., June I waB fl'rlhor Income ol about funeral services for Ihe late Senator OtoiRP S. Nixon, of Nevada, who died li-aro Inat night will he held hoi e at four o'clock this afternoon. Presi- dent Tart will probably attend, The body will be sent WosL tonight. Mrs. Nixon, wlJo wfiB on her way hero from Nevada, when the Senator Hie funeral party nt Clilongo, and return lo Reno, LORD STRATHCONA'9 .GIFT Lord Slrathconn given I fnlitl lo CRlnhllah.a school I of addition, division Dr. Including JIMfiS from pc'v rente. Very few pews In Trinity.are not free. The people gave So there ivas an Income of nlmoat Hcsklca this, Trinity last.year receiv- ed, acconllngito Ha report; f but tills came from of -ee- Inle and from borrowed money, and is being put bank Into productive pro- liorly, chiefly in the hew uuihiflii buildings. Whal becomes of all tltli Trinity formerly maintained a policy Un- are small not in any sense tenements ot the' ordinary type. Con- siderably over two-thirds arc private dwellings for one or two making the needed renovating work tlesi extenajyc'than .would be. the CRBG In the ordinary five, six or seven storey double-docker, or dumbbell tenement, found clnewhere In down {.own Nsw Yorfe, Tha very ilaop yards characteristic of the Trinity proper- Dei, the low buildings, nnd the ab- sence of rear dwellings make the light and ventilation conditions very satisfactory. "The rents in tho .Trinity bouses have not been raised. These have re- mained practically the flame for.' 20 years in aplte of increases In taxes, and other expanses." i Reformi Effected Last year Trlnfty parish attempted1 two reforms, or and made progreist In both, In-open-j Ing' houses otherwise', closed for Ihe' very bii'cold nights. The other of religion. There, are too many dl- was, to'introduce systematic offering plans eo tliftt the poorest may seo that 'their panniee are desired, and may riot to thlnlc that Trinity- Is a-chiirch'bf fyc well-tordo only that the well-to-do .do not Invile co-opera- :ion." The to a report by a. diocesan com- mittee Bishop Greer, works well and ia. welcom-ad liy the poor of the 'which there are many. The reclor'of Trinity, Rev. Dr. Man- ning, touches In preface upon :hree Important, public topics. There s locla] unrest. Its cure ia not socialism, uuL the gospel of Christ, well applied and faithfully There Is sad lack o-f Sunday observance. A man or wo- man who disregards the sacred char- hctrr'of the Lord's day is guilty of a lack of natrlptlsm, as .well -O.B a. lack SL John's, King's birthday was celebrated by the inaug- uration of a. daily Bervlcp between the colony nud. Canada. The service for mail and passengers hai previous- ly been tri-weekly. BODY FOUND IN POND The body of Wm. Shanke) of Stouff- vllle, aged 35, mUfing three days, wan found In Bayer's pond, lie was A re- a pec led map. Western Canada Carry in Stock fOVVDtfl, PYNAMITE, CAPS inil FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIE9 -PAINTS, OILS'ANO CREASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING .PEERLESS ROOFING IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER BOLTS, NUTS, COACH SCREWS, ETC., ETC, OUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVINV Western Canada Agency, Ltd. FIRST AVE. SOUTH LETHBRIDGC, ALTA. ;