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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tluiisday. Mimh Ifi, 1011. the lethbrtdgt: daily herald Majestic Theatre ... _ ----r.. .......---- PHONE 646 W. B. SHERMAN. MANAGER Farewell Performance Geo. B. Howard and Company TO-NIGHT '^The Marriage of Kitty _ Prices 75c-50c. Gallery 25c THEATRICAL STOMACH DISTRESS IS ENDED FOREVER DISTRICT NEWS FAREWELL APPEARANCE �|'hf! fiii'pnefl pf]|i)nii:inci' iiV ilip llowaril ijlitycrs will hi' Rivpii rlna ev-Piiltif;. "Tlip M;ii-riii�o oT Isilly," a lilK'i-cliiHS ('OMii'dv will ijn ihf iil'I'ering, iind I lir' ! lipni" funiislii's nriipic op pnniinitio.'i tor the ni(.-inliiM-R ol' iho company to show lo ilipir hi-Bi hiIvhI) la^e. |i. is noi a pmy iliiji h'iiiik witli! slrii(l!v; coniiiisis, ui ^iboiiiicliue in ivhni aip iiiiK.iiijilily sijird stii-cani-inn sil mil ioiiB." Inn ul' odd J'lxl iiposii-nons or rli!ir;!ftfif. 'I lif roinicnl i lim ''iN''s kopp tho aiKlipnoo in ,i foiw'nu;!! Iiiiipll nnd lillrr. 'i'lif y.\ l. ini nrdfr lliiii li'' miBhi spcuic- ;,i 'il||ip I'orlnnn, and llif- hand nf liis Pi", n i;ui' ' mamorPWi. Ihf uirlovvoil Mailanio do D.VM|M'|)NiH. H rju'l hII I'll, (i;i�or liMli|nrs(i�ni vjiii-isli ill Fiv spflisia, (iiisi rlii--y oi rM'iinii of llic Rlonmcli; |r docsn'; niir lt -i akf your ftloniacii ironljlc riKli- wiili >oii lo yonr Pliarinacisi and .r.^l; liim i,i open v.^ coni riiKi' of I'apr'x DiaiicpHiii and 1p( yoii eal oijo 22-i;riii/i �|rl;niHl. Tlu' corrc'Oi niinip .'our woubl'' iH l'"ood Kermcniaiion- looil soui-iiig; Djgosdvc ()r;;anH lircoinn v\oul(. Ihore is laci i''ipfi;ii inns ^, j,(,,,.,,ss,,.e and folliK-ss alter i-uiine. Ill ihf ilisirrs.'^pd I'criuiau lid.v ; vrmiii ing, iia usea, lUMii Ijiirn, .Kriiiing In not l..r.s annsiti'i iliMii iiio pi'i- tfiidcrnfss in ill" pil of llie iiiiwiui's 'ii I'lc niaiiH'cl I'li'is in i ln'i i'ki onuuli, liain in liinlis, .s|pi.iidessneBS, Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 646. THE SEASON'S MUSICAL EVENT. Engacjenient Extraordinary Fri. and Sat, Mar. 17 and 18 SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE MR. JOHN P. SLOCUM'S OPERA COMPANY (SEEN HERE LAST SEASON IN "THE GAY MUSICIAN.' In the New Vienesse Comic Opcifa The Kissing GirF (DAS KUSSEN MADCHEN) Trom the German, by Leo. Stein, author of TItc Merry Widow, adapted for the English stage by Stanislaus Stange. author of the '�Chocolate Soldier." Lyrics by Vincent Bryan. Music by Harry Von Tilrer, with MISS TEXAS GUINAN Last Season's Prima Donna of "The Gay Musician. " ALL STAR CAST AND "THE GAY MUSICIAN" BEAUTY CHORUS Seats ready Monday, March 13th, Reservations inay be made by letter when accompanied by cheque or money order. Prices: $2. $1.50, $1,00. slraii^f dili'innia. 'lliai ilip pan o' Kin., will iiiin.^lv jilayrd liy Mit-a FIimi . .I()ji.,;iiii, and lliai (Ipor^f I!. Howards dryinf; liinnoiiiiis iiuporsnnniioii ol Sii Hr'jin-ald li(dsi/.o will br iiii'nral anil laiiuli provokiiia ROi.'S wiihoai sayini;. lu-l,diine, of Ka.s, liiMon nci sicU licad- hi-i "THE KISSING GIRL" � \ Lililp fiand of Golil. ilii iiatniicr Kiin;; b.i .MLsp 'I'cmi.s iliiiiiiin in tlif iliird ai'i of "'I'l'p Kissing (.liil." is cnqiict! islily ar'^d hy iln' pii-ti;. prima donna, .Tiid is fini-!'Od b..- lii r iirowiiif; ,io I he nnfliPiic'i? a r;r,n:iii:P iolrl wcddin,; niis. for iliP poPsrsFion of wiiicli a lively .scrnmhlc ahiays follows. .Miss n? Gninaii is ,a ncico of Spnalor .loo llaili'\. of T('.\vs, and a former siui(>t\ belle of WaPliini;loii, 1). C".' ��Tile Kissing Cirl" will iic ;.i i!ir> .Ma.jr.siii' Tlina're oil Krid;t> anil S;it �iiflay nmlils. ; MAUDE other !?iniilar .synipionis. If \u\u- aiipeliip is fi. kle and iiolhinn IPinpIs yon or >oa iu-lrii ca-;. or if you fcpl blOHipd afipv paiiiii;, ur .-.oiir food ! lii's lilip a liini|) of lead on .vour stom-aeh, you can make iiji vorir mind ilial at tlie boltotn of all ibis ibere is bin criio cause-I'crmeiilalion of iiiidigostod food. Hrovc 10 yourself iii live minulos iluii yonr stomaeli is as no "d as any; that iliore is nolhin:.; i.-allv wroiij;. Stop Ibis feriuentaiioii and Ijcgin eating what yon waiii wiihoui fear of dixcomfort or niisoiy Almost instant rtdiif is waiting for you. Ii is mei'Ply a inaia-r of how-soon you take a little niappiisin. p.vponent of Oliver Siairbiid, elevcrly i e.xpioiting bis I'uilier-iii-lavc to bp. .Vor I were Arthur Kllon and lliiroii I'.lydeii wanting in the pari> ihp\ itssmnefl. "Oilier Peoplo'.s .Mono; ' was well played, I he comiiany is a .sood one. and it was a |)i;> lo see a sonipwbal sparse audience, for ilip eiiicnainnu'ni luUy deserved a packed lioase. DIAMOND CITY Hpu C'aripr lius pnrcliased .Mr. ilannln.ii'h brick rtisldeiice, and nioves inio it. on | (juiie a Ion tpleplioups have, been lusiallod iliis week. The Alberta I Hardware Co.^Mr. Thoma.s' rpKtaurant I and .las. Palersou's residence, also a special Hue lias beoti run lo connect .(lie Chinook dial Co. with Diamond i (.'lly central. I .Mr. liyer. -vv bo has been seriously i jill. is reported lo be doing as well a?i ; can be e.xpecled. I i .Mr. (".illl/erisoii, who Is down wiili typhoid fuver, is Rpitinv- alon.u nicply. las. I'atersou, oi iliis ubi.e. has been awarded tlie conlruei for a |1.-; aoO frame residence for T, .V. Chrislie ' to be erected here, i W. .Mcllurnpy has m )-vpd into liis new i resider:fce forini.-rl> oettipied by T. Horner.  lOpli IJi.von has sold his lionio.stead for :f,"),0'Ki, and holds an auction sale of farm iniplpinenis and house-bold furuiliirp on Wednesday. He in-tends goiUf; to Vancomer lo reside. � liis. I'atersou. who has ihr; con-Iraci for i bp .'JIT.uiiii nrirk scliool here , intends �i;irliui|. ii|i the bri.'K wor!; ihi.s week. I l)ou,�;las Cbristip, of l.cthbriUge, jvisiied his parents Ibis past week. 1 Fred Jlojikins has opened his bin-' clipr siion. I It Is whispered iliai mip of our popular young men here is abniii ro take a life partner. Mr^;. W, Allister, who for the past year has run a restaurant here, c.x-pect.s to leave witli her family on .�\nril Isi to on ihe homestead at Kyremore. H. 0>i\py is in from his homestead for a fejv dajs and expects lo return again this week for Kyremore. -Miss Wear lias returned to Kdnion-Uon, where she will in future reside. I The miners here have purchased a' i larso shed and intend moving it onio. THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D, O.C.U., Pbmident . ALEXANDER UAIRD, gcncral Manaqek CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 REST, . $7,000, I3S TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Banlc of Coinnietce are tlie most convenient ,^ form in which lo carry money when travelling. They are neg'otiable "'j everywhere, self-identifying, and the exact amount payable in the -prin** cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque,, , Thf;i''**f chequers are issued in denominations of $10. .$20. $50. $100 and $200. . and may be obtained on application at the Bank. In connection with it.s Tmveller.s' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to those , about to travel", whicli will be sent free to anyone applying- foi it. _,,| Lcthbridge Branch - - C. G. K. Nourse, Mgr. Capful. Rest and * Vndividei Pralils. SI.MI.Mf. Total Assets Over |45,eiM;tM. Now Over 219 Branches The rapid growth of the r Union Bank of Canada 'i is evidence not only of sound prosperity,but aLso of exceptional banking facilities. These are at your disposal for collecting or transferring money, or for atly other phase of legitimate banking. Open an account in our Savings Departirint. It'a the first step towards financial independence. Main Office cor. Round A Redpath 8tt.G. R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling Branch-A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake-E. W. Luckhardt, Manager. I If.' MAJESTIC THEATRE W. 9. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 646. Four nights commencing MONDAY, MARCH 20th Maude Henderson and her big company Monday and Tuesday, "Dora Thorne" Wednesday and Thursday, "Piney Ridge" High-ciass Vaudeville between acts Prices 50c and 35c. Gallery 25c HENDER.SON COMING TO MAJESTIC The \lande lli'iider.soii (�!>.. who ha\e iiisi ilosetl .-in engiiiicmeiii at ilie- Culver 'I'liealrc, hewislon, .Moni., lo o\erflowiiiR Imsiness. will opeu ilieir knir weeks sia.v ai llie .\Ia.|e.siie. .Mun-'da.v. .Marcli in a repertoire ol' .slaii-(lard �Hora Thciriu'." ilieir openiiit; plav, i.-i iinniniuiieil \i\ i)o:li iiret-s and ijiildic to 111' llie inoKt (ileasiim drama ever ljii)dn''ed li is donldfiil ff a nretiier] . , ' .=.?h^(\'; 10 lie arii.sis lil-i\ has I'Vt'i neeii wriiien. Iniiresjeni- , . .. , � ,^ .. , , ,, ninnbe.r in ))artii nl ini; '�OoiM tnorne. vlr. .In.seuli i-'aieni, *:n;iiiaKei o; the .Nlaiidc Henderson Cn..' piide.s lliiil^nlf ill sis ills' llie |iiiliiit .somi'i liiim fo ill.'>ir lime and iiioiie.^. In 111'' �'�av uf;, scener.i. v''--. ii'i e\|ieiisi' has i.een siiared. Ii is -iil ilicieni In say iii" nieii'^ of ihe com- |iaiiy will Ill-Ill- >o'i liailv ihe second linie. .Mr. P.'.reui noi onl;. ^;ives yon a [day aloi'.'', l.u; lIm's )-m \\\\: Irvillp he- i \'. een 'he ai-iones ^\as also \ ei y Kc'soive Fund .................$4,400,000 79 BRANCHES IN CANADA, AND AGENTS ' ; IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION .\GE.\TS and corrkspondents in all the Principal Cities of the r.\rrr:D .states and UREAT Britain, and in all parts of tUe " World. -Collections Promptly Made- SAVINGS BANK DEPARTM'T Deposiis of %i and upwards received aud interest allowed (roia dale of deposit. A General Banking Business Transacted This hank endeavors to Rive prompt and intelligent attention to all business and Invites your .Recount. Lethbridge Branch'-I\.D.JoIiiisoii, Maiiager DIAMOND CITY BRAfSCH - D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER �ALICE IN WONDERLAND" FOR THE S. 0. E. The firf-t dress relic,n sal of �'.\liee ini JAP-GERMAN TREATY Uerlln. .M.irch 1,"..- .\1. Vntie. spe, ial ft'oni Japan, arri\ ed hen Warm MATINEE EVERY DAY Cosy Feature Film Strong Drama Dn the Mexican Border BIOSCOPE CHRONICLE The World's Happenings Day By Day Wonderland" was .yiven ai the K. ofj ,r. Hall yesterda.v afii-rnoiin, with full I orrhestra aecornpanimeni, and over ,lwo hundred and foiiy childreui. under whose personal direction the fairy siiei-iacle is presriiied. was unstinted' ill her praise of ihe work of ihe Iv.o (lumlred and fifty liule ones ;ind oih-| |ei- V ho p'orlray ilic many i-harac(rrs | [oi iii(> cpcreii.i '1 lie story of .Mice's adventures am-' oiii: i he ptranpr' people and aniniaia of. W'Mijfi'-rlaiiil is "idl known lo ainiosi evj er.ijod;.. and r v-ill he more pleasin.el '.vlicu picspliled .1' llie .M njesl ic b.^: hiuiic lalcin on Friday and Saturday.| .March 2,1 -and -.'i. with a gi'aiirt mai-mi-c on Saiiril.n. Marcji :'."�>. The pni-il'i'iioii 's pui oil Willi ill I |-acii\f inarches. I horusps, solos, and ihe cosi nines , and niiisic Ko lo make il Ihe ri\al ofj 'many nt ilic more preientions iraveli-, iini; i-omic o])er-is. .Ninnerinis .^pee-, jialiiics are iiiirorineed during the sec-' ,'oiid ici. Special elecirical and calcium eliHcis add sreatly to the jierform ances. ElM-ii under the auspices of ihei .Sons o; !-:ii(;lanil and the I.')hiis1iiers and .Ma,lis. The prices id' admission for ihc cpuins; perrormaiices will lie, ..�jl.nii. ; .( . and ."lOc. l-"or ihe m.iiiucc' 'adiilis .","( and (-iiildreii LTic. . i commissi today I ial ions in ere la I > ihe embassy in ncso " renewal of Oh' coai bciween (lermaiic and 1.1 a pan. BELLE ELMORE-S ESTATE l.oiKldii. .March I.'i.-'I'he esiai'- ol .Mrs. 'Helli' !-;inioiei, ha. 'ieen proi.'d ht :c I anioiinis lo JsT'.. .Ad niinisii-.. .on has been ,uran|.>d to l-iose lliiia. sister of Ihe dcci^ised. whitla news .Ml the snow has disappeared in the '. last week. The roads are bad bui 'are drying up fast. Good prosperts for ' a (-rop t his year. ] The eoneeri and dinner held in the icliiircb on Friday was a success social-' \y and financially. 'I'he assislan(-e ren dered by the yoiins folks from Bow Island was very much appreciated. I .Mr. and Mvs. Lienhart eniertainert n .number of their friends ai whist on Wednesday p\eninE; last. Fred llainhlin and^ faniil.v returned froni Lansford, X. I)., where he has been receiviiiR medical ireainicni dnr-iiiR Ihe wkiicr. lie is much imiiroved in health. i -Mrs. W. W. Smith returned froii-Medicine H;ir on Saiiirday. ."she hat-been recci^in.!; medical aid for ihe ptsi . 1 Wo weeks. i .Mr. .lohnsun of Pelican Rapids. .Minn 'arrised lasi week and settled ei.^hl______________ miles north of W-hitla. !---------�--------------��---- ; .Mr. Jensen, of South Dakota, ha'.-j TWELVE-MILE COULEE NEWS mo\ed 1,1 his .l.iim a'-oiii ci.ehi miles | Kveryone around here is enjoying 'souih of Wliilla. itio welcome cbiuook of the nasi week, .-\r. Herams horses were returned "f Port Arthur, charged with mlxinl;; FOUR DEATHS IN COLLISION : OF FISHING VESSELS Gloucester, Mas.s, March 15,-Four deaths resulted from a colliaioii be I ween Ihe fishing vessel Hope and the fishing schooner, Hattle a. Heakman. in Gloucester barber today. Tlie victims are comprised of the crew ot l.liB Hope. i dny uiRhi. Tliere weii' Catholic ai dauijders rcsiauraut moriiinLC. servicer, held ; on Saturday, The larnieis are couK'niplai iiia RESERVE DISCU.SSION ON j would niori' iiruperl.n be i-csci". cd itn-j IMPERIAL NAVAL DEFENCE j I'onsldera i imi ai Hie Impeiial ('iiufei-| London, .March I.V- In Uiejlouse of ' ( oranioiis uida>. Ui lion. Reginald --.....-------- .MeKenna, the First Lord of 'he Admir � FOREMAN'S BACK BROKEN . Miy, in reply in Xorion tlriffiths, .M \ ancoin cr. M.-in ii I."..-.'\ iiouldr*,-J'., said the altention of ilic .govern lallins dn^ii fium ihc inouniain side! iiieut had been drawn to the siaiemr-nl y(slerlla,^ sinick a C f. H. wurk iraln' of tliB Premier of Xew- Zealand that near t isro. �I'lirec se-iionineii. foi ' Ihe Doinlnions were prepared to .join ; ei�nerp. were li-irt. and l-'oreniaji jn the maintenance of an Imperial na- Kin? was ilirn^n auaiiisi a i-ai- ami v.i. - lie e.\pressed ihe opininn. lion his haik hrokiu lie is siill n er. that discussion now would he I'he dama.ue to rolliii.s; sinck t\-;ij-jiremalure. ft was a matter nf which small. relieve and cure Indigestion-acidity of the stomach-biliousnBss-flatulence -dyspepsia. They re-infi3rce the sto.-r.a-h by supplying the aci've pnnclplcs needed for the digestion of all lands of food. Try one alter each rn::-i\. 50c. a box. if your druggist has not flock�d then, yet, send us dOc. and we will mail you a box, 33 NatMwl Druf and Chamiul Companir of Ciin�d�, l.imitod, . - Montreal, LAST NIGHT'S PLAY AT THE MAJESTIC �inhci I'coidc s Money" is an ai-ii-ar-i\r iil'ii'ci, bci e.|ually ntlrrii i c V, at Mic iinii'i, dr.ill, and suliducl h � iiinr i.'l (e'ciri-'i- I! 11 iward. -\s ITrcli-ins.iti liwppii- he .'in-.-ly cti'iiuied wliai c\t'i' power 11' lannlticr his aMili^-r-e piisscs.cii. and liicrall.\ mmh- ll.c w.illi rc-k wiMi 11. h was nbs'iliicl.v II:!'-. .*-vi �. mil a spa-iiiodi( effoi i inn a - � li-.'i "I- (HI* �'OKI s:.i--- In !:ti.-l(, '. 11 . .'m:..'(| In ( ,pc, ;anr.v lie! Ween the ails fi' arncppi- ziioil w h, d'-somc spell 'ilii- ,e-,ir,'. was naiiiral and tibver for a men en! lorced. .11'ss liwica.s .Maiilic'w.- was a las-'ilaiior;. lloi.pci. iiui pla.vcil A Good -FOR- 'i 2.25 per month I !u IrllM 11'- -s cs don't make iln- nuin 1 make all bir i - � it d face diiiinfi bnsi-Ills li (viil |,i-e|! y.iii I : . :is t ic'ii^ii 11 esli I: i 111! I:., .--lop I* cle.iliiiiii a I i � i �  - > i 11 c I'oiff Siiil.S M IMdltilt Ihe hills. Gas wells are springing up around �Albion Ridge like iriushrooms. only Is.-i I'al-1 thicker We vet hop.- to run opiiosl Watch Albion,'"" SO^-'^rninent, grains, wag diamissed in the police court today. The prosecution had .been instituted by V. C. CaBtle. wareliousc-conimissioner, on behalf of tlie Uomlii Thill Hair pill I irom iiussrs. Bertram. I'alliti.l ,lohn Graf purchased a fine horse ^ ^ Wilfred I Ictiile; son, Pat .Mallliews. Kd . irom .1 Hrandvold. : Wilmoi. P. 1. .laiuieson. l-lopkins and - 1 lanser Pros, are ha,iliiiM seed -.Nlieai, A Liberal Offer : , l.c .Maiscl,. ,f now island. ai,cnd.dlh,',,-,, �,win. from .Voble. ^^.W;-;.- :;-f, .oncei; and dinner at Whiila on 1-ri , a. llopitson and -mi, Powell, �fi'"i,,g ,.4,,ay to appear in public, don't; ila.i oeninj; liisl. pn niamond Ciiy K\st Friday, i p,., diseourageri oi' irritable. Just go* K.rnest Re^uin. who is now iravelliiigi Kemm Pros, were in Lethluidge oi ho your druggist and aek for PartBlan:. for till- .Mas-cy-llHrns Co!, slopped oflj.yrondav on business. ; Sage Hair Tonic, He will charge ypil;; ai Wliilla one day last week. .The local W Wonder how the mushroom coai C. T. r. are making pre- mj^ps ,,|- Albion Ridae are progresBing jcause hair to grow where the hair la ."lOc for a large bottle but it it doea not - I � !� lloljl (I: k . lUd li' d-i 8UTLF.R A. Hjtton'^ old stand, St., Next to Easte'.1 shipi Bank. pariiiioiis 111 iii.aaiii/e a .juvenile leai^ue. The fii-'-l nieelin^: will be held on Fri il.n-. 17, l-;imira llelperson is c\|ieciini; his binlher Gsiar iroui I.eihbrid.i;" iiiosi-nin il,i.'-, Hiisine.-s Is pirkii'.i; up in \\'i!'i|,i �.\ c e\pcc' t v.n hiacl'.iniii lis r. ml a b.i i i'lT 10 lu'-aie ill \'.^liii!i seme lim..- iliis irnlll 11 \'cl I I-,i fill 1^" .Hid liiac!illi' r ii;;cii- 1, ini.'i'i- I'.i. of l.'i,-, u-i.I.ue in 'owi' iivei'inchi l,i-i wee;, "i lie l''aniii-is 1,1.111'le- I'ii ai' �i|il:n�i m.iieiia 11;. Ic iheir sUi- k here �> I IS. Hei-i-ili;;loii. i.;"l In r I- i' 1 > . 1 leii iiiiitoti ain.ed luini" veaierda.i af' f'I- ,in e. niic ' ', Is |f ill low a i t-ie past u Mitel'. Willi.ini MiKeii.'ic. !\ iln- as.-^i:rl ' aiice nf A. 'S^ Xicolsnii has iieen clean I iim 11(1 see.' wheal lie' weei. neinci- ami F illrr. .c,"n's '� " 'he, .M.isse> 1 larris C" . d, � eseil of con-j sideiablf- niaihinen. ;ind i no De Laval| SI. paratois la'ii 'a eck. if the coal is a good iirade. what is ihi. j mailer with millinF, on a Daniel'.s ResI I l-:imiiie and cars, and hauling coal to railroad i.oiniB. HARMER KILLED WHILE -rpiMMlNC. HIS ORCHARD Sc Thiimas. Dm., .March lii.--Frank S\nsi. ti'^Kl a farmer of Hiayhatn Mnviislii|i uliile 1'.-iininlii.; trees, fell .inr! i-iriK-k ]i.s iieiiil on 'he frozen ;roiind. He did not regain ciinscioiis 'less .111(1 died in - I linui s thitining oui, nothing on this aartll will. And we wani to say lo everybody, mail, woman anil ebild, that you can have your money back if Parisian Sage isn't the beat hair grower, hajr; saver, hair beaulifier aud dandnullf cure on i.iie market today. l! slops itching scalp and falling: hair and makes hair grow thick atwl abundantly. All druggists everj'where isell I'arisian Sage, or postpaid from the Otroux iM-fg. Co.. Fort ErIo, Ont. See that the girl wltti the Auburn liatr is on every bottle. Sold and guaranteed by Jackson & Cope.  FOR REAL THINGS IN TEXAS' .\iistin. '\'c\. .March 1.'. -|n the le:; ; :.-!;i;;ie tnda.-.. liei-resi n: at i \ e li.mii' liil rod,iced a 'lil pi-olMliiting ihc 'i.-ie.l s;i,e. or niatiii'aci ire et lalse i,.ih,j �alsf hiir. .modeii leys. ,ind liiilil, ' JijUits w it lii 11 1 liis si ale. FOR Electric Vacuum Cleaners, Heaters, Stoves, Irons, Batteries, and Motors SEE W. L. McKenzie & Co. Electricians Phone 637 706 3rd Ave ;