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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE IW9. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ETC., AT 815 REDPATH STREET, opposite Dr. Mewburn's, on FRIDAY, JUNE I8th., at 2 p.m., by W. L. WtlsOn, Auctioneer Under Instructions t'rciu the Owner I will sell by public auction the following, namely Massive oak Bedroom Suite 1 Goodericli Sewing Machine. drop head (hand-curved) Davenport Bed Brass-mounted Iron Beds "Springs arid Mattresses Oak Extension Tables Dining Room Chairs Oak Rocking Chairs, leather seats Kitchen Chairs Child's Rocker Child's Go-.Cart Child's Express Wagon 1 New Home Sewing Machine, drop head Toilet Sets Centre Tables Dressers Book Case Clock 2 Wasliiiij.; Machines Carpets and Linoleum Dinner Sets Tea Sets Kitchen Utensils Window Screens Garden Tools And various other articles Goods on view from 10 a.m. to Thursday. Positively no reserve. Terms Cash. Further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER. Phone 189 HIGH FINANCIERS AND THEIR SINS New -appeal of Charles W. Morse from his convic- tion of misappropriating funds of the National Bank of North America of which he was an oilicer, was heard today by the United States Circuit Court of appeals. Morse for a new trial and that lie be ad- mitted to bail pending a hear- ing of the case. New York, June indict- ment against Sanford Robinson, for- merly vice-president of the United Copper Company was found by the Federal Grand Jury here today. He is charged with aiding and abetting in spiriting away the books of the (Company wanted by the grand jury In the Henis investigation. DISTRESSING TALES FROM TORONTO THE GOOD Tor-alto, June Toronto at the morning session conference a number of the young and older men engaged in mission work in Toronto told terrible stories of the manner i i. in which young women, from country districts were forced into live-.? of shame the wages received at present place? of em- ployment usually were nut sufficient to keep them iroin dying ol actual want. One instance cited of a Me- thodist minister's daughter who had been forced to leave- straight road and other equally Distressing crises were vouched for. Kootena Kootenay ash- pan is exception- ally large. Holds a two-days' ac- cumulation. Re: moved easily, like a dresser drawer. Flanges attached fire-pot guidei all ashes into I NO WOMAN CAN BX STRONG AND HEALTHY UNLESS THE KIDNEYS ARE WELL. When the kidneys arc ill, the vhole body ii ill, for tho poisons which the kidneyi ought to filter out of the blood aro left in tho system. Thon how important it must bo to ieo to it Chat this system of sewerage bo not clogged up. Those who have never boon troubled with kiuney trouble know not the misery and suffering which thcxw afllictod undergo. Doau's Kidney Pilb aro a specific for all kidney troubles. They begin by baling the delicate membranes of the kidneys arid thus make their action regul-ir and natural. They help the kidneys to flush off the acrid and poisonous impurities which have collected, thus clearing out the kidneys, bladder and all tho urinary passages. Doan's.Kidney Pills are entirely vege- table, and may be safely taken by young and old. Let Doan's Kidney Pills do for you wha. they have done for thousands of others that is, cure you. Mrs. M. Bryanton, Spring Valley, P.E.I writer: I wj.3 troubled with kidneys: fur two years. They were so bad at_times I could not cross the floor for the I tried a doctor but he did me no good at all. I sent to my nearest druggist and got four boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills, and I am glad to say that After taking them I have had no more trouble for nearly three yews now." Price 50 cts. per box, or 3 f-jr all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE OLD BOY'S REUNION Thi.av will be a I'm-tajr.; DM Hoys' Reunion at Potrage Pr.iiri'1, Man., fur July 4th to lOfli, I'.tOO. whori all old boys arc tn coinr Imne and 'give pleasure lo tlio.-f if kin or acquaintance wh.. have not joined in the wanderings to the plains and the golden rnnuntainns. This re- union or old home i? iisauirii- rated by the exhibition b taken to his afflicted son at once. He was informed by tbe house sur- geon that the patient was doing fairly well, though uis temperature was still above normal. The physician thought, however, that the father's presence might rouse tbe patient's flagging spir- its, but suggested that the first inter- view be short. A trim, fresh cheeked nurse was summoned, and without fur- ther ado she led the way to tbe eleva- tor, which took them to the fourth floor. At the cloor of his son's room old rancher paused. "My he said, "are you the young lady who -has nursed my poor boy through this spell of "Yes, sir." answered the brisk young person in a tone somewhat more cheer- ful than the gravity of the occasion seemed to warrant. "God bless the anxious father murmured in a voice choked by his emotion. for The experienced young person hesi- tated, hanging for an Instant between taicompromlsing truth and the wish to spare this kind old gentleman un- necessary pain. Womanlike, she de- cided upon charity rather than verac- ity. "Ob. she answered nervously, "though you know, of course, has been just-well, a little delirious, 1 fear. You must be careful not to excite him, to control your feelings, sir." The Texan's great heart touch- ed. His boy bad been shouting out his name, even while pain and fever held him In their raging grip. The father, who could have faced a battery of ar- tillery In action without blanching, was greatly overcome by what be In the nurse's halting words. He Jean- (To Continued.) BOSTON GRAND OPERA COMPANY Music lovers of this city will realize I the excellent opportunity which is af- forded them to hour the master works of music when the Boston Grand Op- j era Company appears here for a short j engagement, presenting in their en- j tirf'ty two grand operas, Donizetti's i "Lucia di Lammermo >r and Coun- od's "Faust." Both those operas have been presented in neighboring cities and Jiave received unstinted praise; therefore, local amusement seekers [may rest assured than the perform- lances to be given here, will be ecjyully j as good as any to bo seen in the larger I citie.s at a considerably advance in prices. Tho organization carries com- pleti: scenic and costume equipment j for all the operas, and an adequate chorus. Among the pincipals are Mine. Ju- N. Francini. who comes from Runic and is a Soprano possessing a voice ranging from D below the scale to E high C. Critics of other cities have pronounced this lady one of the best singer? ever heard in Ain- A deliciously dainty chocolate confection indescribably inviting and toothsome. Like all of Cowan's specialties, o Signur J'ietro Gherardi and Mr. Ed- iward K. Olds, the tenors, h.ivv also hei-n pronounced artists of rare ex- cellence. Signer Achillo. Alborti. the! leading baritone, who is also artistic-} director of the organization, has been identified fi.r yours with New York! Metropolitan Opera successes, and his deep, rich baritone voice is well known and richly appreciated by all music lovers. Signor Alberti is not only a singer of rare quality, but an actor of great histrionic ability. Sig- nor Daniel CantorL the alternate bari- tone, is also a. singer and actor of merit. Mr. John McDonald, the basso, is a young gruduatc of the Boston Con- servatory of Music, with a dr-i-p.. rich bass voice, and an excellent stag'" pre- sence, which, combined with decid- ed jibility as an actor have caused the young man's work to receive, flat- tering notice from the critics. Among the alternate sopranos are Lois Pwschall, Miss Olive.Wat- son and Miss Cora Hayden. When one stops to consider that in addition to the above there is a chrous of twenty trained voices and orches- tra under the efficient directorship of Robert E. Francini, it can readily be realized that this organization is far above the average, and its visit to tins city should be appreciated and a liberal patronage afforded to local lovers of all that is best in music. The seat .sale for ibis important item is now in progress at tin: Lyceum. THE HERALD AS AN ADVERTIS- ING MEDIUM RANKS WITH THE BEST OF NEWSPAPERS. B UIL D YOUfc Residence Store Warehouse Barn Foundations And Fences Of CONCRETE as we make it Concrete Block is as handsome in appearance as pressed brick or cut stone. Costs less. Grows stronger with age. Lessens your insurance. No repair bills. Wflls are dry. because of our special hard facing. Warm in winter, cool m Blocks scientifically made and cured before delivery We make WHITE CAST STONE Lintels, Sills, Steps, Columns, in special patterns to your order. Orders are given prompt attention, and delivery made as eaily as consistent with first-class work. Come to the factory and see how concrete is made. Visitors welcome. State your wants, and see if we can supply them. Sketches furnished for approval. Drop us a postal card and our repre- sentative will call Boyd, Coode