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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIU LETiriiKIHGR DAILY UHRALD Monday, -lime p, I Is I he (Lite tho I'onmil ol' The "People's .Drug' Co.. Iw Cream 1'iivlors. The Westminster .Kinvorfh Leiui'uo linvo IKIO.II triv- en cliiirgc of (lie p.'irlors and will celebrate (lie .occasion with'a STRAWBERRY AND ICE CREAM FESTIVAL Everybody welcoiw: 328-iSlh PASTOR'S.DON'TS FOR WIVES' Purity Bottling Works .s of Aerated and Ciders Try our Strawberry Cream Soda, Scirsn par- lemonade, in smalt buttles al per dozen. For a Summer Drink Liirieaile. Cherry, Phosphate .or Use our. Grape Fizz Cor. 4th Ave. iiucl 4tli St. Phone G84 MEN TO WEAR SILK CLOTHES IN SUMMER fashions for the coming summer will show. a. inark- od departure from conventional Ideas iF the leaders of a new "common sense'1 clothing crusade have their .TV ay. Tbe crusaders insist. Ibat men be allorecl to wear very light, clothing during the summer, and ilrat stiff collnrs he abolished. They that while women can discard heavy garments as soon as hot. weather begins and clothe iliem selves in silks -pad 'iniTeias. the rnci huve hitherto been forced to wea tweeds and cheviots and to encuuibe: with 'unnectssary iirticle: of adornment merely because ii has always been' the cnsioin.' The men :ion- insist that from June L5 to September l tweeds and chev- iots shall be considered unfashionabl by smartly dressed men, and that lounge and serai-dress suits made of linen ciimbric, or-silk materials, shall be worn instead. Soft collars are to he .worn throughout ihe "season." ROCKEFELLER CHURCH LEADER IN CLEVELAND GIVES TEN WARNINGS (.'leu-la ml. June these up in jour wife's mii-ioi" slip can soe. Uiom L'vi-ry monuns." said the- Rev. Uusuml. llockcfcllor's pastor of thx1 Knclld Avpnue lluplist chuirlt, tonfptil in introducing "Ten Don't s for Wives." His "don't" lire as follows: 1. Don't marry a man for a living j but for love. Manhood without money is better than money without man- hood. Don't, overdress or .under-dress: common souse is sometimes better llian style. A .wife with a hobble shirt and a husbnml with pali'hcd'lronsers make ;i poor pair A womnn can throw more out of .1 kilchen window with a spoon ilian a man can nm into lh< cellar with a shovol. l. Don't tJiink that the way to nn ii house Is 10 niu from it. I is wroujj io jio around lecturing oilioi women on how to bring: up I'lilldret while you are your own. Don't tell your vroubles to your neighbors. They have enough of theii own Fight it our with your husbau if ii mktts all summer. Don'i nag The ?aloonkecper is j always ghul to welcome your husband with a smile. 7. Don't try 10 get more out of a I looking glass than you put' into Nature's sunshine is better for wo- men's beauty ihan man's powder and S. Don't make gamblers and drun- kards out cf your chiltlren by running whist parlies for prizes and serving punch wirh 'a stick in it. Ii. Don't former to tell ihe truth, especially to ihe conductor about Una aye of your '.-liild: honesty is worth more to him and you than a nickel. hoy who is years old ami the cars will soon learn oilier things thai are not so. 10. Don't forget tliat home is u wo- man's kingdom, .where she reigns as' To be a mother of a Lincoln. Gnrlicld. SOME GOSSIP BY CABLE NEWS i Tailors' Strike Has Cau- sed Worry in Social Circles BIGGER RACE Englishmen of Today Art Larger Physically Than Ancestors London. June managers of musl ol' ihe west eiwl hotels are com- plaining that [lie LX'i't-'iis of (he clock strike will.keep many visitors from London. Many Americans lire remaining on tlic Continent, who lire usually here ut ihis lime of they year, ihcy SUV, and Aniericiin snips are not bringing the (-rowdy expected (or u season ihiit is undoubtedly unusually brilliant. 7'here is gi-eitt along Pic- cadilly iU ihe oud ul" Uie tailors' strike. Men arc wearing old suits, although it is Ihe hei.nln of son. but hone soon to liave new clotlies. Tlie shops are uioiHlis be- bind, but hoite, by working-overtime, 10 catch up within a bout tliree weeks. Customers backed the employers man fully during tlie struggle, many men exiircasing- the opinion ;hat. the sirikc was inifiuitons, mid ihe emnloyers to finish the :lothes when iliey conlil. Th-e noticeable increase in tho use it" lounging suits is causing complaint ind In many the American In vision is blamed, and the prophecy is McKIuley.is to be thoj made thac the silk and morning mother of a prince. BITTEN BY MONKEY Harry Conner, n Hamilton blood poison as the result of a -uioi key's biie. June Records A Few Selections from the New List 10 inch double sided 90'cents for the Two Selections 17076 17078 Take Me Back to the Garden of Love VanBrnnt Oh, Mr. Dream Has, Please Let Me Dream Some More Ada Jones My Rose of the Ghetto Munrice Bnrkhardt Le-ad Me to that Beantiful Land Billy Murray I wonld like to try it Quartet Out 12 inch double sided for the Two Selections 35224 Fortune Teller Selection Pryor's Band Auld of Lander Songs Pryor's Band A New English Ballad by McCormack. (Like Stars Above McDonald-Squire by Two lath Century Gems Fritz Kreiiler. Violinist. Proyencale Conperin Ditteradorf Don't Leave Me Now Collins and Harlan 7 4294-Scherzo Victrolas S20.00 to J300.00 scld on Easy Payment] as low Over 5000 Record! to Choose from New complete Catalog at your Deileri or 11.00 per week. MONTREAL 10 be considered coat will soon cease .indispensable. This Was'Awful At the hist levee li-eld by the King rhere "were seve-nilfilapaos from cua- tomary etiquette. ILL some cases, con- sternation was caused'by the of bows, instead, oi buckles, on shoes, and some even wore trousers, instead of knee breeches. ..Several wsre sent home TO change, but some of the more distinguished offenders resisted the orders, and were kept severely in the background. The4Court Chamberlain will probably issue an official note of the.regulations before the next levcc, which is fixed for June KJ. The city holds more wnaciously to the silk hat and morning suit than the west und. They are undoubtedly dis- appearing, however, jn both places. Big Men Grown Now U has been -round, that armour must he specially manufactured for the WANTG, LP.TO ENTER WARNER ROUTED WEST OF ALSO USED NEW C. P. R. STATION Warner, Juno Hoiii'd of Trade mot on i'YMay evening, and transacted business of Tills body in Ihla town Is one o[ the llvost of all Ihe of trade1 on old A.- It. and 1. system, mid most of the reforms -hi the town are Une to it. President was In (be chair. Tlio Secrotiu'y was Instructed lo write Secretary Burns, of the Dry- Fanning Congress, nbouL space for tho exhibit next October. It wns deckled that a curfew ordlu- nin-e should be vassal, mid (1ml I ho atienllon of ihe Town Council be will- ed lo Iho suggestion of the Uourd :it its meeting. Tin- levy ol' the Associate Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta, amounting io ilii.OO was ordered lo ho paid. The licwrd InsLruc'ied the Secretary to write lo the C. P. It. act Ling tho advantages of Y.'iinipi', aiid Its im- uurtanci; as a shinning noint, and nn np-to-dalu tuwn, wire re a great dwul u-f passenger traffic-, arrives and leaves. The object ol" tin? letter WUK to tlnnv the attention of the C, P. U. io the fact that tlie mortal ir.n ras not in keeping with live business of I be station, and the condition of the propcriy was in comnisi with that of the rest of the town, in keeping wilh three or four ol' Ihe other towns on this line, il. was suggested that 'he station should be moved to the side of (lie track on which tlie town- site Is situated. A matter of additional railway n-c-j ililies for the town also came up, and! instructions were given to ihe Scare-J iiu-y to communicate with A. Buch- anan, P. for. this district, asking him to keep the Board in touchwiUi any projected mil ways coming in'-o tlie vicinity of Warner. A communi- cation is also to be sent to General Manager Chamberlain, of the G. T. P., suggesting thai the survey of this line, which runs west of. Warner, should be turned into town. j Considerable discussion took place on the lax manner in which tho, vil- lage POUIK! ordinance, was enforced, nnd it was decided to call Uip atten- tion of the Council to the matter. U h us u a 1 B a rgains in Trimmed Hats and Untrimmed at the Lethbridge Millinery Cb. -L. A. SCOTT; MGR. Ave. S. Phone '151 To Citizens in the Duff 'Addition I n grocery store al: tlic cionuir of Dili A-vc. and I llh iSL., a nil -ciiii supply yon will) I lie1 Ill's L .niul Sol'L .Drinks. W.H.Connor HIS AUTOMOBILE BROKE DOWN DOCTOR HAILED PASSING BIRD. MAN AND MADE QUICK TRIP TO PATIENT. Bath, X.V.. June ia his automobile to respond to a call to attend lad was supposed to have- sustained .skull yes- the-auto, bearing .tlie Dr. P..J-.. Al'den. broke down. The doctor was In a dllemrna aa to how to cover the ten miles between t-. .i In'niself and tho patienc in the quick- Knight tournament- o ne held-at the cst tune nussib e, until a Curtis hvdro- Shakespeare lingland exhibmon Earl's CUUTI on ,3uly: 11. The lish of the present day have outgrown tJieir. ancestors, and all 'existing ar- mour, is too small to us-e.' The legs are bigger than the sizes .recorded in the 1833 tournament, and the should- ers are much broader. The growth of outdoor sports is of- fered as an explanation. Football, cricket, cycling ami golf, the modern Englishman of .stouter 1 build than his horse-rifling ancestor. Cycling, in particular, is still largely followed here. Don't Like Suburban Rivalry The increased tendency of fajriilles t0 move to the suburbs is causing much anxiety in local councils.. Th-a subject hari scienti- and many are seeking reine- dies. The constantly bettering of tni- vp.llitic: facilities, and the buildiug of attractive suburbs at cheaper rents, j.re among the chief causes of the exodus. Local' councils, desirous of keeping their population, are re- commending improved street lighting, low tax assessments, more freedom In local ordinances, and express train service in ro the i'cry heart of the city, an imp-roved omnibus service, trades associations and special shop- ping days. plane, driven by Hugh Robinson, from the Curtis aviation school, soared by the doctor. He called to Robinson, and explain- ed his trouble, and a minute later the hydro-plane winged northward at tho rate at fifry mile's an bearing the famous doctor. The leu miles to TJrbaiia. was covered in six minutes. Dr. Alden tiltended the lad, a son of E. A. Petrie. Tlie lad had fallen and struck his head on a stone stnirwa An examination of his injuries devel- oped he was not so badly injured as at first supposed to be. Perfection Bread SOMETHING NEW Made differcrxt and with different materials. Try it once and you'll like it, Union Bakery Wm. Peebles, Cor. 8th Aye. and 12th St. South. WHAT .WILLyTHEY-'DO WlTH METHODIST CATHEDRAL ONE TEMPERANCE CANDIDATE SL Jjphns, N. B., June tem- perance party at their meeting here tonight received from the candidates of two political parties in the present provincial campaign, their replies. One only pledged himself to prohibi- tion, ,T. "W. Kcirstead, formerly pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist church and a member of the Liberal city ticket. It was to endorse him ag the temperance candidate and public meet ings in his -favor 'will he .conducted I Sundays arid week days to ihe clos< pf the campaign. over three conference elis- cnssed "Si. clurrch, Montreal, and by a vote of Ifl2 to 7-1, decided to uppoinl. tlie'.following commission to den! wiih (lie question of its sale or retention: Rev. Dr. Ryckman, King- ston; Rov. ,T. E. Mavetey, Ottiiwa; Rev. Ur. Young, Montreal; Rev. W.l-l. Sparling and Rev. Wm. Timherlnke, Montreal; Rev. C. S. Deeprosc, Otta- wa; Rev. Melvin Taylor, Arnprlor; Rev. Wm. Philip. Irocjnois, .Messrs. C. W. Cate, Sherbrooke, Que.; J. H. Holt, Ottawa; W. H. Goodwin, Montreal; J. W. IMcConncll and Jchn Leslie, Montreal, and I. Hil- Morrisburg. i OF-: RETTI'R'ED1 DOCTOR. i.' 'STARTS ON %OOQ Ml L-E DRIVE TO PROTECT, OUTER POSTS London, June Daily Mail sayg It has believe that aa n result of the 'recent conference in Malta, in which Premier Asqnith, First, Lord ot the Admiralty Churchill and General. .Kitchener tooji part, sonic" arrangement might be made in to shuriiig .with Graat" I3rllafn the responsibility of the jjroLection of the Urilish Interests in the Mediter-, rancnn. Wagon Which Can' bV.Corwertjd into "Sleeper" and.V'pressing 11'Room" Vehicle for-'Journey' Kansas City, June a wagon so ingeniously .constructed that it, may hn converted .into f.i "diner" or "dressing Oscar P. Bla'tch- ly, a retired physician of KHIISGS City, with his wife and daughter today started on a 5000 mile drive that will take them to Vermont, thence down the Atlantic coast to Florida, and then back home. H will require a year to make 'the journey. Dr. Hlatchly, who built the wagon himself, said the besides being t for pleasure, was to give his Lwelve- year-old daughter practical knowledge of botany, geology, geography, arid photography. Tho route includes Des .Aloiues, Chi- cflgo, Niagara Falls, New York and St. Albans, Vt., the latter: being Dr. DlatchJy'a birthplace. GOES BACK TO ST. KITTS W. A. Moyer has. resigned the man- aging editorship of fho Kingstpii Standard to return to biisiDess in St. Catharines. Th-e-atart presented him1 with ebony military brushes. POST OFFICE BOX 98 NECK BROKEN IN RAILWAY WRECK VICTORIA COUNTY WOMAN KILL- ED IN G.T.P. HEAD-ON COL- LISION NEAR .LINDSAY Lindsay. Out.. June pas- senger-was instantly killed and three j ware bu'.'lly injiifcd in a rear-end col- llBlon on tho'Cohocoiih branch.br the Grand Tnlnk on Saturday evening, when ;i double header, in charge cf Conductor Roach, crashed Info a, pas- senger train ..stnnding at Grass H1H Rlallon, The- I'eur coacli telpscopnd ihe.second lleuve Slcelc, oi KlAvn; warden of Ihe county, and .F..IV slac.cy. (Tlcrk.of Kldon, ocr.unlud i be. rear rnatrh. hut threw.Iheii'aclvcB ribor, ami IhuH thn flylnB il'ilIntcrs of the car. nar- fJcIrl, .Ii'irlcr] and Inbliuilly ln-Vatck being 1'' THE WORLD'S WORK DEPENDS ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION Pron the captain of indiisdy lo the hod mihuly iu the auto lo Llicwohiaii with the scrubbing the accomplishments of one of us depend absolutely on ihe accoinpliah- inciita of our slomaclis. Ducked by n rjood dipwlion, a nmu cjin Ihe best that is in him. When his stomach fails, lie becomes a weakling. To ibis loss of power no one need submit. Right habits of driuting, sleeping and exercise, aided by Ni-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, will restore and maintain the full efficiency of the human mind and body. Ni-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets contain the acliv- principle needed for the digestion of tViry VM of food. They go tc the of the weakened stomach, and ft Liable tfcc fluff ere r, right from the sUcl, io assimilate and gel the hcdefit of the food U'ith Una as.sisltncc, the digestive organs regain their tone, and soon Ihe use of the UblcLi is no longer necessary. If your .stomach is (tot wortiiig ]iro- pcrly, try Tablets. 5oc. ntyourdniRfiistV Nntioiml Dnjff anil Chcinica) Co. of CHmli, I Ami ted, MoulifAL nS The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from the Revlo Co., It's the.aniwer. SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED PROMPTLY' The Revlo Co. Painters and Decoratorj' Avenue South The British and Coionia! Pfiotoppliic Co COMMERCIAL. PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND .1'HOTOGKAIMIIC SUPI'LlES iiiid KctaiJ, Sherlook Printing and Omlopin? for Imiteurs All Work finished Same Day I.Mr roll ;