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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta WAILY HERALD Pi 1 Friday. Time JlVlO BAWDEN BROS. Summer-Time Specials Vudor Porch Shades The only satisl'aelory pon-h shade, for they throw ihe porch' into shade, without it too dark Tor practical use. We have them in two col- and srreen. Anotliov good feature about, the Vudor (Shades is-the peculiar fact that those silting- in tlic porch can see out, but the passers-by can not see in. The Hammo-Couch An. out-dp ox lawn or porch. Siuniner the time of all the year yon can appreci- PORCH SHADES flte ellj0y the luxurious case nnd'rest- ful comfort that only the Hammo-Gouch gives. The ILimmo-Couck is-useful every day in the year and is built for years of service. Yudor Hammocks A. Hammock that lasts, made extra strong where the strain, and on hammocks. Twisted Grass Mats tlio verandah floor; size 6 x Mat that will SEE -OUR WINDOW FOE Finish for cleaning your 'furniture Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Phone 625 709 Third Avenue South PHONE 471 POST-OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall tliit he could st mil it is uUI as the others in ttie court-room. The additional 19 years means Jones and Kelly have 3G years of est interrupter and assisted her to leave the place. NOTORIOUS FACTIONS MAKE PEACE Blneflelds. W. Va., June wnc tuenti seicn jeats hclove hr will he a free man. Honnar imdc i pica to tlis judge He isked for a chance to be come .1 useful member of. the ..commun- llj Judge Madden said that while the Hatfield-McCoy fued one of the he him the same as. Hit1 oldest and bloodiest in tlu hhtor) of! other three if he behaved himself West Virninia and the Kentucky boi I _n i u., [der.Jias ended for all time incM I jetrs Vhil western wnluitc he rated today when .1 B hp at Ihe a cons n of 0ar Anse Ha Iteld leid I ierorthe Hatfield clan, received.a lei- of the In, u-iu to apph from A. J. McCoy, leader of the ..McCoy'faction, endorsing his sup- port for governor ot West Virginia, OWEN SOUND TO BECOME CITY Owen So'iihd, June Sound which has now a population of 1.3, 000. will ap'ily for-a fily charter. The abandonment of tlic port by 0. 1'. II, lake Btenmcre has been oltset by the ralabllshmcm, of fnduitiles tlht population Is stcadllj grow Ins S1ERINTENDENTS OF MISSIONS APPOINTED Presbyterians Man Their J. T. Fergu- son for This Presbytery Edmonton, Juno General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church completed Us work hero shortly be- fore seven tonight. Tlio Home and Foreign Missions commit- tee presented thyir reports and there WHS a general discussion of college work, some of the colleges having matters to introduce. The Home .Mission committee was charged with their responsibility of naming ten district superintendents for the work of supervision.. A num- ber of these were, however, re-ap- pointments. New mimes were those of the Ruv, J. U. Tanner, for the synod of Montreal and Otiawa, and the Rev. J. T. Ferguson for western Alberta. Two positions were left for the present 'unfilled, ;he appoint- ments, to be made later by the Home Missions committee. The budget for was again dis- cussed, and it was unanimously de- cided to accept the report of the com- mittee. This -fixes the amount to he secured for the year at 000. This total is made up as follows: Home missions. foreign missions, augmentation, French evangelization, 000; Point Aux Trembles, Montreal College, Robertson College, Westminster lltUl, deaconess' training home, social service and evangelism, Jewish work. aged and infirm ministers, IL'G.OQO; widows tind orphans, Assembly fund, not allocated. Tlie mutter of tho appointment of district superintendents was taken up and was finally reported as follows: Kor the synod of Montreal and 01- tawa, Rev. J. U. Tanner. For Northern Ontario, Kov. J. D. Byrnes. For the synod of Man, Rev. Ur. C. S. Murray. For the presbyteries of Yorkton. 'Alameda, Arcola and Qu'Appelle, Rev, Dr. F. ForsyUie. Presbyteries of Batlleford. Saska- toon and Prince Albert, Rev. M. F. Muuro. Presbyteries of Swift Current, Ite- glna and appointment to he made by the Home Mission com-. mittee. Presbyteries of Vermlllloii ami Kd- monton, appointment to be made by the Home Mission committee. Presbyteries of Calgary, Lacomhe aijd Red Deer, Rev. W. M. Shearer. Presbyteries of Macleotl, Riv- er and Kootenay, Rev. J. T. Fergu- son. Presbyteries of Kamloops, West- minster and Victoria, 'Dr. A. W. .Wil- son. The resignation of the Rev. W. D. Reid, who'had been called to Stanley street Church, Montreal, was, accept- ed. REFORM ENGLAND'S WORST BOYS DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUbH IS AT THE HEAD OF. THE MOVE- MENT London, June by ihe Duck ess of -Marlborongh, a group of Eng- lish society men and women have un- dertaken the task of reforming the worst boys iu England. They have taken their the George Jun- ior republics of, the :United States, and -the Duchess canvassed members of- the British Cabinet so successful- ly; that the Home'Office 'was prompt- ed to support the scheme. Members of'the1' aristocracy inter- ested in the scheme filled Sutherland .House, the'Duchessvof MarlhpTough's residence, yesterday, to hear how bad boys lire reformed in America. Earl Grey .presided. a'nH others present were Countess of Dun- more Ltdj Ciomer ladj DIFFER ABOUT CANCER REMEDIES LIBEL SUIT IN LONDON BRINGS OUT THE THEORIES OF PHY- SICIANS AND SURGEONS June to the testimony yesterday on the causes ami cure of cancer in. a libel suit brought by Ur. Robert Dell, an aRcd Mailur ptnsicun, Dr I V Hashfor'd, superintendent, of I lie Im- perial Cancer Research physi- cians and llifi public are deeply interested in th cabe Dr. Hell gave up the use ot the Inife ill tanur ca'ti in IS) I and till, present action 'grows ovit of an ai: tide headed "Cancer, crediilitv and written by Dr. Hashtonl and published in the British Medical Jolirml Ihe irticles cont lined btlli, irients which Dr. Hell contended prac-: mere tjiomer i anj viewer ititnta r- Lord SaudiMch and idmiral Alon ticalli accuse hun of hcinj; i tague Lord Grey first paid tribute to the valuable work the Duchess is doing in England in the cause of social re- form. He said it was the intention ot the group she had gathered to- gether to revolutionize the reformat tory- scheme, and- give delinquent boys 'and girls a. chance to develop into useful citizens. The worse the boy. the better pleased would be his rescuers The Duke of Sandwich has given the Duchess a- farm in Dorsetshire, where ten pioneers''will Be sent up in October. All present were encouTaD ed over the good work ihe Duchess is doing... Her energies are limitless and she displays intense personal in terest .in schemes for the uplift of London's poorest. WILL RETAIN ARTS COURSE Brandon. June a vigorous discussion, the Baptist convention here, decided by an overwhelming ma jontv to maintain and B an don Baptist College at its present stitus The point o( contention whether or not the arts course should be maintained' as hitherto. Strong opposition recorded Prof P O. Moodie. of the College, opposed the continuance on the ground ot.ex- pense and unfulfilled pi onuses to donate subscriptions. NEW .LAW COURTS 'BUILDING Winnipeg June Provincial government has awarded the contract for the construction of the magnifi- cent new Uw courts.'to be situated on the northwest corner .of .Kennedy an.. Broadway, to the National Con- smicllon Company The amount of the successful tender JifiOOOOJ Wor't on the new building will started -at'once Quack .in impoitor mil unlit to practice. In the treatment of Bell describes a vegetable diet, his theory bcins that the cause of the disease mav lie traced to impurity oi tlic blood Or Hibhford mamtlius tint his is ineffective and that the theory is erroneous hut disclaims animus, igainst expinmenulion with new methods of curing the dread disease. Under cross-examination Bash- lord admitted that in ins eminent surgeons agree that the .blood had to he treated to cure cancer. He said there, were deaths a year now from the disease, due to the increase in cai.cs ot CUKCL of the stomach and intestines. Bashford said a treat mcnt v.-as useless and dangerous as, iccordlm; lo 1'rot kocli it produced blindness. In reply to the question it it were the case that where the. pinoil in which the number of cancer cases had jbecn ihe importation ot meal'had not heen-doubled also, Dr. Basliford replied that he .believed that to he the case. Dr. Waller Barlow, director ol Ihe cancer research .department of Mid- hospitil testilud that his de partmcnt had mtji into main sut, IjCitrd methods ol other than hv surifcry, had tried the of i herh appiicalion, senini anil radium water, anil found none of- them cura- tive. The knife alone as a rule had itftccted cures, he said. lie 'declared blood disease lor a pardon. The judRC said he would follow his pcnitentiau iif- with .some interrst in: view -of lite splendid pkl he hid mlde Jones, Kelly and Drown arc the men who'assaulted their guards at the Toronto union station while en route to Kingston from Mamtobi I hrtr rscipp ms onl> presented proi'pl issislancc from the Toronto police Certain in results beca u s.e purest in q u a 1 ity, try it and see. As a result oi many experiments he had found no .difference in. the blood of cancerous and non-cancerous cases. Dr. Barlow also said that .all physi- cians would look upon it as a great boon if a method other, than surgery could he found. .fames Mayhcw, London police surgeon, said that acting on Dr. Hcil all ice lie used a ifr thrre cases, and that each ease ended in death, all.houiili the vanished willi marvelous rapidity, lie said he hud not used a to> 11 since FOR A BUST P.lris, June second day of the sale df the famous Dottcel art collection realized. lion- don's bust of S.ibiuo was bought by tho Duveouji foe II' y.our sliocs need you have .bouglit Iliem here or hot, our Repair -Department, is'at and we g'liarante.e to bo first class 'in eve.ry'jiar- tiuular. A'ealness is our motto, prompt- ness our watchword, and we take pride in the I'.ut that the best of edit lent slioejn.tkcis in fins lit thai an lie loiind heie 1'hoiie us and i.ill lot c'litt de- livi i 0111 shoes pioinpth Se< 0111 lou special lor YOUNG IfALIAN'S GREAT INVENTION London, Juno Daily Chronicle's Lilian correspondent tele- graphs: "Surprising results .be- ing obtained between here and Turin, uistiuit-by- means 'of ihe in-1 vention of a Turin Francesco DeBarocehi., caltea the, "wireless. 'The apparatus is Tar in advance of anything of (be kind yet recorded. H trin mits beside ord n es j sages, autographs, sliorLhanri, and all kinds of cryprograjihs. Exact rer-'-'C- rtiiction follows, upon-.Uie attraction of electric waves in 'correspondence with synchronic records of Helicoidal mcveinenis. is the arrangement that the transmitter and receiver of this instrument may be applied with ease to any ordinary -wireless telegraph) plant, 'General Spingan, Minister of War, is so ,the1 -enormous ad- vantages of Jcongraph for imparting orders'and conveying mes sages-iii far time with the utmost se- thut immediate arrangements ave being made to.'acquire 'for' Italy the exclusive possession of the pa- tent." NEW NATURAL GAS FLOW AT ESTEVAN Kstevan, JUIKJ drilling for water Adolphus Wilson, living within one and a half miles of this town, .stniclt a heavy flow of natural gas jit a depth of four hundred -reel. Today the prcsbiire of gns is so s on-; tint it ib Torcfng its through two hundred ami fifty'feet, at water which has partly filled the bor- ing, appap3iitly is. not ...diminish- ing. This 'well promises to prove strong- er in (low than the well which has hetn buming since Ii t fall miles, further, north and negotiations are now under way. to lay a. pipe t'oi; the short distance ;to Estevun. Tho well drillers are now pumping the boi ing dri and v ill bink their casing. to cut off the How of water which is partly choking the gas. A Rare Roast We give you rare meats always. You cook them to suit yourself We bnj all our incuts Jrom selected stock on the hool and firess it in our iij) to date House. It is handled in si'.di a w ay as to Keep it tresli, clean and tender. We are in a position to jou the best meats ob- tainable in the BEST HAM AND BACON G. A. Delany Phone 132 Cor. Jtli Au1. and St., S. ;