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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FHday, .Time THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Don't Make Your Wife Cook This Hot Weather HOW muck easierdl is to got our cooked meats, which AVC have Leon careful to procure to save her'j'rom the' country on earth And every state In the. American union within 5 years, the travelling to bo done on foot, brings Pettsie Ryan to the city this morning. While herb he will sell newspapers to help pay his expenses which is the only way he is allowed by his bat gain to keep himself and put away to show when he es his jaunt. Puttsle started out from Edmonton oh April" 28, He Says a syndicate wlil psy him J30.QOO if ho wins. He canio east via Winnipeg, Fort William. Sudbury and BarrJe. OLD TIME UNDERTAKER DITRIBUTION OF THEJBDGRANTS OF IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT FOR ELEVEN YEARS i Ottawa, June Immigration of tho Department of fcue In- years" f During the ust eleven three- quaiter years S.llfj.Tjs im4llgra.___ e come to as follows: Maritime Quebec, Manitoba, katcaewan, vlnceo, 504.1JS; Iberta and Sas irWlsh Columbia, not shown, ;0f were'British; 301 from continental countries, the others from the United States. During the fiscal year, which end I Mai ch 31 last, the immigration was of which was British; the United tStates, and from other countries. Since December, 1902, when the medical act went into force, iiave been deharied at ocean ports; the numhei in 1911-12 was 072 In additjon have been deported af- ter being admitted; the number of cases in 191112 was 059 Of these 227 British and 124 Italians. Inspection of immigrants seeking admission to Canada'from'the United States beisun in April, 1908; le- eoted since tha't date have been1 .MS 09, 180910, 1910-11, -1911-12, During the past fiscal year bonus was paid on British Immigiants r 16.78 per cent., on American mmigrants, or 2- 7 per cent, and on 11 continental immigrants, or 23G er cent Eight years ago the pro Bri'tisli. IS :per Am per continental per cent. Amelia Fischer, who; accompanied by hsr nareu'ts, .1 sister and two-year-old was on her from St. Paul to Spokane to join hei husband, August Fischer, a. carpeute'r. When the train arrived hero she .and lier child were taken immediately to Hie hospital in an ambulance, which been tclegiaphed for by Ernest Faulk, conductor of tbe Pullman, who offic- iated, at the "christening. Just as the train was'leaving Kings G-ite llr's." Fischer, who was in the da> coach, summoned Mr, Faulk and appiaised him of'hei condition. He immediately .ordered a berth prepared for her in the Pullman, bad her car- ried in, and then went In, search of a physician. Hailing to find one he ap- pealed to Mrs. Virginia' Kerr, who, with her husband, W. I. Keir, pro- prietor ot a hotel at Elko, B. tfas in observation car. JIrs Kerr hastened to the side of the prospective mother, and by the time the porter hid succeeded in get- ting a physician the baby was being dressed by the volunteer nurse, alter whom Faulk insisted in naming her The physician, who Is a resident Poital, N. D, refused to give his name, and, after examining the pa- tients, announced that Mrs" Kerr had acquitted herself very creditably, and that there was no need of Jils sen-; ices. "When the. situation was explained to me by Mr. Faulk I knew that im- mediate assistance was required and I said Mrs. Kerr at the Coeur d'Alcne Hotel hist nigbt. "Mrs. Fischer, who is but 22 years old, can not speak English very readily, and her mother can not speak a word of consequently I had to take charge, until a physician could be-gotten. "There was'a number of'other wo- men on all lost Uielr heads. Among them mere sev eral .vaudeville performerg JiVh.0 were coming from Calgary fo apoklne, ana they all Insisted on helping me to HE Pleasure of having a cool, iresh lawn every v fiioming and evening that is perpetually green, rain or .shine, is a simple matter, by a sight ture at our store. This means a evening after a hofc clciy, without heat or dust. Cheap hose will kink, and hose that kinks will soon break and-.leak, 'which simply means needless trouble and expense. Our Sprinkling Cans are well made either heavy Hn or of galvanized material.' "We can you money on Lawn-Mowers. C. W. GRAY __ The Best Hardware dress the baby. I" was compelled to put them. ot the.'dressing room until I bird saw a lot ofVomen go Interested In-a pink bit of humanity in my life." Shortly after and her daughter had been taken to the hos- pital her husband appeared at the depot and began making inquiries for her, and when informed that he waa the father of, a new bahy he started for the SacreS Heart on a run. BIG SMELTER Ground .was broken, yesterday at Port Golnorne for tho inelter for the Canada Co. The corn crop is moving northward selection. Hie Wires All Carry Tbe Same Waal FRENCH URGED TKOLONIZE BI8HOPS TELL PEOPLE TO MOVE- WEST AND TO SETTLE TOGETHER Montreal, June propaganda sub-section of the French speaking congress, passed the following recom- mendatio-n to the parent body this morning- "Considering that it is ex- pedient that tbe actual domain of the Frencli language in Manitoba be in- creased and fortified by the Increase of the French population of Manitoba, the flist congress of Hreneh speaking people In Canada press the desire that the French Canadians of the province of Quebec and United Slates who wish to establish themselves elsewhere be Invited to diiect their steps towards Western Canada, and particularly to- wards Manitoba." Mgr Mathlcu, Blshos of Reglna, re- commended that tlio French people, be urged to group themselves they woiit so as to better protect their language and action from faiths and tongues surrounding them. If this had been done years ago the status of the French speaking people In the Canadian west would be far stronger today than it was.- -He warned" the meeting that: Itt. must keep ..the pro- vince of.Quebec as strong as possible. Mgr. Mathieu stated bis Quebec co-re- llgionists to send some of their good nuns and doctors. AN INVENTION FORJflE BLIND ABLE TO TELL THE NUMBER O WINDOWS AND PERSONS IN A "ROOM London, June man stoo in the middle of a large room at th Optical conference exhibition iu Lon don yesterday and told without usia the sense of touch how weie in the room and how, many pe sons were between himself and th wall. Ho did it by "bearing" Hsb aad shade The medlunyif tho seem Ins mysterious act a woudeiful Invention of Mr Fournh Dalbe. The ontophone makes llgl and darkness audible. ,The Inventlo Is based on the metal -seleniums we known property of being affected b light. Mr, Ponrnier Dalbe contrive to make the effect of light on the pects of electric current thiough.th' passage through the selenium apprecl able in a cylinder and clock work me chanism can be adjusted 10 that dark ness is audible and bright light Bilen or vice versa. The apparatus is contained in ai oBlong-boi about-2S-inches inches deep. When the blind roan had a glimpse into the invisible yesterday he held the in one liami and in the other held a card boaid cylmdei as the "reelei" of the opto- phone Moving this slowly befoie, him lie was a'ble to tell by the sudden crease of sound in the telephone re celver held to liis ear with the tub pointing at the window, whenever anyone stood between him and the window. Swinging the-tube slowly around he counted the persons before him. A leporter who tried the opto phone found that a glimpse out of the window sounded like a cinematograph reeling off a film. It lank almost-to silence as the leceiving tube WM held in tho shadow of the table and le.iped into a lively, battle when placed again- st an electric light. The optophone has not set been peifected so as to enable a blind per- son to distinguish a chair or other article of furniture, but it'is eteat- ually intended to improve the atus so that the operator letters in faiily large print. JT' Sheldon Osbprne, for 92 years in business at Warkworth as furniture denier and unferUker, dead. You have cot to UK mme kind of ult ou the (able. You must use Mlt ibyoar Are you .using the best TAKE SALT! It's the little that count. It's Windsor that will liclp you to make dainty flavor food us it should bt flavored. jooi POLITICAL AXE FALLS AT FORT SASKATCHEWAN MAKES TRAVERS THE SCAPE GOAT Fort Saskatchewan, June W. ,M. Campbell, a filtbful geivant of the public as postmaster and of the government 1ms just received not'ce of bin ''llMiilssnl from office by the Dominion govern- ment, lie in one of'the ofdest citi zens, having come here there wag .only and has a host of friends botlraero fthd in the ing- country. Mr. Campbell will leave on Saturday: accompanied by'his wife and sou. He la selling off all his household stuff and will not return. It is. understood that Mr. Shorn has too promise of the Job In his pocket. BANK PRESI- DENT LEFT EVERYTHING TO HIS MANAQIR Toronto, June BeattW Nes- bitt made his appearance hetore the commission investigating the'Farmers Bank collapse this morning, lie: tes- tified to the circumstances of the] receiving his stock on.which he quali- fied as director, and of his relation as president'of the new Institution. Ho knew nothing of the condition the bank except what: Travers told rhlm, as he relied implicitly In Mr. Travers as he thought a bank.preaidcnt should rely on his general manager. He de- clared he.knew nothing of the loan by and t Company and'asserted that while he had known thnt the company of which J. II. Strat- ton was the head had made loans'to tbo bank, he would not havo had any- thing to.do.with It, j WHEN i YOU BJJY your meat you mig'lit as well be sure of get- ting juicy- nieat tlic, right kind' that has' made: our- repntation'. THY THIS MARKET ONCK .One trill will make- you 2 regular cuitemer Meat Mirksf J. MURPHY, PROP. Mijettic Theatre, Phone ISS A CHALLENGE FOR Lloydminster, .T. Me- CarthT, dlimliiKl w a komeatead in- peotor, has jesued an letter he'llinlater o pay to ptrty _.. vidence that he ever used his position In any manner for mrposes or low any mm shouM vote. I Tke Great French Ti VIGOROii Makes' men'- an'd- wo- men' strong." 'Higinbotham -Ltd., your l-is-tke first to import this into Leihbridge.' (jet a bottle and be heaHliy. Since the introduction el VIO- OROL.into Canada been phenomenal. VIGOBOL Is purely a builds up. the run-down system, creates a. new lease of life. Everybody should take a tonic. The only qneetion is what to take. You can rely upon VIGOHOL as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, that man ever pi escribed. Every drop of this .wonderful French Tonic contains life. Your nerves are toned iip to their proper tentipn. The stomach and bowels are made healthy and stions, while the kidneys and liver are clean- sed and put In good working order. Headaches, blliptianetl and all blood impurities at once removed. The tkln comes clear and OL in short change your whole system making it pure and Mr Hlgittbotluiti, your druggist, will refund yetir money If it fails. Price 11.00 bottle ;i ;