Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, June THE LETIIBRIPOE DAILY HERALD I to If SMA, 7tt 11 STARLIGHT tHE SQUAW i Famous Indian Drama Uufireatest Bargain Sale Ever put on in Lethbridge is now going on at THE BLUE STORE Phone 4 The atprc wai.to crowded on Saturday we had to'cloH the door evary fifteen mlnutea. 9 rtaton. Come early tomorrow, 4M FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH OPP. NEW COURT HOUSE. S. LISS, Managar. DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE i A Defence Afiint i lie White Plif ne No one can afford to lessen their pro- ducing power to-day, and to have power you must have food mathineryr Tbe human body is (be greatest ma- chine ever most wonder- tiu mecfasinum in the world It is sheer economic mate not to keep your body in the best; condition There is no valid exalte for. allowing the tttrwj to become the white plaftw. Von need yonr health UK) Canada needs you Insure against it by building up your nttrwi forces and bodily defences Tbe best defence you ourfet n Nyal'i Cod Liver Compaund' It btuldi up tbe A delidow took aad atsitnidid vital- In-, am fned, soHd Beah, andTroakta iael fit hr any task., i Par the puny tod backward child then Is WtUiurfcettn UntCom- pound wffl aoon bring the nnts back to tbe cbetk and five vigor and utality. Your own Druggist cheerfully grow %ef Nyal'n Cod T Compound. Sold and guarantied by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO, 4, D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE BE A BOOSTER OMfeTMCbi FRAUDS IN CUSTOMS DUTIES Washington, Franda am ounting to several million dollars on dutlea on Importations of cutlery dur- ing the years dia- coverad by assnts of the cut toms service, who under the direction of Chief Wllkle have been working quietly In this country an district of whence most of the Imports come to the United States, Do jou know there's lots o' people Setthr 'round in every town, Growljn' like a moody chicken, Knockln' every good thing down' Don't you be that kind o' cattle, 'Cauae they ain't no use on earth; You jiiEt he a.booster.rooster, Orow and the Cause if things a-goln' We'd IDS in a sorry plight. jugt keep that horn 3oost'er up with all your might. i. _ f you see some feller tryln' 'or to. make .some project to, You can boost it up trifle, That's your cue to him kaow That you're not.a.goln' to knock It Just mysterious and the jioffce not jet found any clue upon which tliev can work funeral "of .Gordon Maclean who died on Friday mining, was (helrt from the on Uillow Creek on Fndaj night on arcoimt of the seri- ousness, of the disease Rev Mr Bo> le of the Presbj terian church here conducted rthe services. WOMEN IN TUXEDOS ROMP INJDdCEAN Coy, Powdered Men Dance With "Merry Widows" on Liner Persia Ran Francisco, .Innc '.he liner I'crsia came in from the Orient (he' passengers were lilill talking about the grand ball en on in imdocc.m in the grand saloon nfj the ship. To.a.ciistml observer it looked like a .brilliant social allair but to close students it was rovealec tliat something'unusual was place "There were'a pair oi n.crrj .widows dressed: in ,costumes a count- it is said, .even in those seen in the .production o[ the popi'iai 1'iusica! cou.eriy Mrs "itch Conger.and Miss Irma Lepornmc cre- ated a sensation "that was the hit of the occasion. Mrs. Conger is1 the wife ot Roy U son of the :lale E. H. Con- gei, minister to China. She is also a. cousin of the late.Clyde fitch and sister to 'Miss: Vcra' Fitch, who at- tempted suicide recently Miss Leponimc is a popular actress She married Couri t-Fortune Lepomnus about 10 ago, dnomng him shortly afterward, The men passengers .were, doing their best to appear as charming wo- men 'they had on wigs and powder and paint and were-; coy and flirta- The women, on the other hand, did their part toward a pleasant THE CANADIAN BAW OF COMMERCE' SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., O.C.L. PuWtMKT ALEXANDER LAIRD, OlNIML Muitan REST.- DEPARTME _ UfACLEOD MEN TRANSFERRED (Special to the Herald) Macleod, Tune 17 J r Moreley ot tie C. P. R train despatching staff here, has been transferred to Calgary and will for that city In a few PRESENTATION TO A PASTOR (Special to the Herald) Rolling Green, June 17 farewell party was given Rev. G: L. Ritchie on Monday evening at the home of J Gilbert. A large crowd was out and a good time eojoyed by all. The ladles provided a dainty lunch after which Mrs D Burns in behalf of Rolling Hairilton Council has accepted the offer of Miss Jeanette, Lewis to pre, sent the cjty with an equipped child ren's hospital. ind in Soling- Green and Lone Star people present- ed Rev Ritchie with a handeomo gold watch small token of the esteem ID which he is held in this district Rev. Ritchie replied, thank- ing all for the gift which he would al ways cherish as well as his friends on this field Rev Ritchie left Thurs- day for Lethbridge. Stafford, Cunningham, Nourse, chanau, Ingram, .Miss Wiight, general secretary, and Mrs Thomasson, Messrs. Wilkes and Fran- cis. he relieved here by J of Medicine Hat and evening by appearing.as men, dressed in the latest fashion full dress and 'tuxedo. Score -of Women Take Part More than a score of women par- ticipated, it is said, and the event was voted a success far surpassing the recent baseball-game on the 10- year-old Maru, when the women wore hobble bkirls and the men plajcrt in hdiem skirts Mrs CongcL made her debut on the stage in New York about a year ago and imperiously disappeared from the cit) last September, following the (ittrmptcd suicide of hei sister The terriutc stories printed and circulated about me denying relation- tempted to end her life, caused me to leave for thr Orient, espcci.illj they charged me with trying to thwart the police in thfir attempt to clear up the so-called mystery of my sister's said Mrs Conger CHILDREN'S BUREAU. What's In A Name? k I ftarbn.----- I I II I Cans, 113.00 FOR YOU This Competition Closes July 10th, 1911. Come in these over; Screen Doors from Kefrigeratora "v from ,412.00 i Windows doz, HaramockN from 11.75 Arthur Hayr All NEW HOTEL AT GRASSY LAKE (Grassy Lake Pilot) The now hotel for Grassy Lake Is now practically assured, and It la ex- pected that building operations will start in a few weeks. W. A. Aubln and C. Hoclihaus the men so convinced of the future of the tpwii: that they are prepared to invest sldereble capital in the hote.1 tion Completed the building and furnishings will cost over 130.000. The site is on the south nest corner of Harris avenue and Second street north and. has frontage on the streets of over 200 feet The building will be thoroughly modern fa every respect and one of the finest in West- ern Canada outside of the cltlos. It will he three stories In height of'solid brick construction with cut stone Ings and will have a frontage on Sec- ond SO feet and on Hariris avenue of feet. formerly of Macleod t J. of the Dominion Ex- press Co here, has been transferred to their Edmonton office -'Marten lolmson held a series of South Sea travelloguea in tike hall for the'last three iljbls of this week and each night drew a large crowd. ,The show was One of tbe best seen In Macleod for some-time, and Willard, the.magician and hypnotist of the company, was i .best of his kind that ever visited' Macleod. leaves .this company soon, form a company own and will moat likely, be ieen-iri Macleod in the. early fall. "Worse than says a petition Advocate Establishment in tha Un- Ited States The" National 'Bureau of Child La: bor has recently recpmmonded that a Children's bureau should be establish- ed in the United'States, with Its head ns a part of the president's cabinet at Washington. A hew'View of the child, in relation to..citizenship' is'gradually becomln stronger upon liie horizon, and som are already :dreamlng of the tim when child: will have an equ opportunity-to gather tho best of cit It Is tho right of every child to b well born Unfortunately the larg percentage.of children do not make good choice of parents, and thel lives are handicapped before they ai launched into the. world. Two h.un dred years ago, In the city of London three nuartenrqt all the children hoi died before the completion of the! fifth year That percentage has bee pushed down until now it Is somethln like 85 instead of -75. Even now, throughout the urba of America, one-seventh o CAPITAL THE SAVINGS BANK of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates; it withdrawing the whole or any portion of tbe deposit. deposits .ire welcomed. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more perioas, te operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint accblsski' ot this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the mfljuy after death, and is especially useful when a man desires, to providf 'lit' his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his Lethbridge Branch C. G, K. Noursc. igr. OF CANADA Tttal Axfc tver lUflYMT to us, your book, and we will ntan the book, When you wish to withdraw Money, mail us the Pmfcoott, say how much you want, and we will send it to yon it MOC If you are far from Banking Town 700 will find tUi A" service of ours a great convenience. Call and sec onr about it. 'vrtJf Mjln Office cor Round A R. TINNIMt, Mlrllns A. H. Roadi, Gritty t; W.Lucklurdt THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATCD, IMS. Capital Paid Up Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE, MONTMAL. M BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL OF THE DOMINION li: AGENTS ami CORRESPONDENTS In all the Principal of UNITED STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and In all World. t LETTERS OF CREDIT Available in GREAT BHITAW and all BUROPBAN COUNTRIES If you are colnk to THE CORONATION you will Promptly f SAVINGS BANK DEPAR1MENT Depoalti ot and received aid -tnii date ot deposit. This bank endeavors, to five prompt and IntcllifMit business and InTltM your Account v 'r X' Lethbridge K.D Johnson, Mauler DIAMOND CITY BRANCH 0. C. MORRISON. MANAGER V G. T. P. TURNED DOWN AT WINNIPIQ Winnipeg, June At a Joint meeting of the board civic rmllwav commission the propos. als of the G, T, P, as presented by D'Arcy Tate for closing a number of streets in Fort Rouge were turned down' flat and so emphatically that it Is evident the city will fight the proposition to the last ditch, railing consent of the city the company will apply, to the railway commission. The city is confident, however, that''.ho encouragement will be for Hi coming there. The only alternative Is for company to 'elevate Its tracks in brdsf to get out of the city to the SOtPIERt FIRE INTO MOB Vienna, June killed ud two were fatally in- troops fired volley into crowd of rioters Drokor bri today... Factional fichts wen In profras wkm the soldiers arrived, and the mob stoned the troops The latter replied with rifles. ot proiusl agninst the imprisonment1 jail tlie babies born, die before the n Jail of Richard Lonance, of Thorn reach tbe-ageX one year, dill-, ae, a lunatic He is simple mind- Milk ignorance of mo only, and nol dangerous !'ow to feetl ttnii Mre children, lack ot necessary facilitle for surgical, and medical treatment nurse their babies eithe for. physical or'economic these'things lie back of the high rate of mortality among Infants. In addition to these, one great cause of stunted citizenship, is fount n the economic conditions nhfch comged Pro- testant hoy of seven, and one partlcu larly bright biby boy ot-nn months chlldm are all anilous for 1 toot IwsM) Wttre Jjiey will be iihle The Prairie Agencies Limited SuecMsora To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth Street South. Near Bay I OFFICE EQUIPMENT and PILING DEVICES In stsel i TYPEWRITERS and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES and OITIC1 SPECIALTIES. PHONE 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of toi All Inquiries promptly answered Thanks, call again Wilkie Kert; Will trade190 acres irrigated land for six or seven roomed fully modern house. Fire, Life, Accident Livestock Insurance. FOB Phone 623. Sixth St. oPp Bank of Montreal. o grow up to good citizens. The n vestment of time and1 money .upon lem will be returned a hundred fold n afreet Ion KB the .little once grow In- o manhood and and in Hllnfiiction, IB their. succeflB In life watched by tbe footer-parents. Fuller partlculirt of each-child can c obtained by writing to the Super In- etidcnL of Neglected Children; Ed- ontoti, B. 0. THREE PER CENTS. London, June Columbia per cents, are quoted at. 82 to Three men tnjortd wh-Mi n scaffold at the of Coxon, near: Mltmton. SM> let aMnlr drttanat from srdhMty prspiralloos. trnvm without doiurblnf IU rast ol the mum, and an KM Uiatlrs tor the nuntnf mooW, u they do rot aMsot Iho chIM OtmpovnM Din all NA-DRU-CO pRpsnttou, by siatn sjssjtHslictorf ws'D your momy. PACKERS MUST 1TAND TRIAL Chicago, June Judge A.> Carpenter In United StatM dis- trict court today denied th, motion of J Ogden Armour and nine other) (Jhlrago packers for nhetriof at tha motion to push indictments charg- ing violation of tho Sherman antttnut act. This means the Mut stand trial.