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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LUMBE Lowest PRICES PIONEER LUMBER YARDS Main Yards: Round Street North Ward Yard Westminster Road MtM ClfT AM> STEEL -HAWr THOUGHT' MMMviirtto "HAPPY THOUGHT- filMilid and M u Utor STOVE CO. HAYR BROS., Local rom 1C to in Ten Minnies ,ALL HOPE GIVEN UP OF WILHELM II ODDFELLOWS CELEBRATED. At Piucher mill mers Organized. cy or prsaerbetiiaf power PERFECTION Oil Heater Steamer Carried Very Valuable Cargo i Moravian Missionary On Board i New York, March Rev. Er- Inest Reichel, a missionary of the Mor- Pincher Creek, March Odd- fellows' f'At held in the opera house last Friday evening, was a splendid success in all its features. The audience, which was largely made up of invited guests, numbered over 200 people. The proceedings were opened by a concert, preceeded address from the chairman. W. H. Rea, N.G., who, in well chosen language, gave a hearty welcome to the guests present. Some pretty, as picturesque, numbers were loudly applauded. A contingent of Oddfellows, dressed in comic cos- tumes, marched around the stage, at one time form-ing the sftape of a the four end men of which ad- Whfa it TOUCH the Amctk the vtrnxfc Tropics ia It tbeier Art f smoking, or iaviaa church, was one of the passen- igers on the lost steamer Prinx Wil- jhelm II, of the Royal dutch west In- nmail, which sailed from Amster- dam for West Indian ports and New .York on January 21st. Mr. Reichel. i who was a member of the mission board, was going on an official visit of inspection. The President said to- day'that his company had at last been compelled to give up hope for the Prinz Wilhelm II. She was due at I Dutch Guiana, Feb. 8th, and should have reached New York March [The Prinz Wilhelm II was built in Am- teass font 4 brass wid Heater beautifully a Lvtrj Dealer ErerTwhtNL V _ to tfa W fire _ __ hi i dMiiiir Japan in a Taricty of styka, At 'MwE, Write far THE IMPEUAX, OIL COMPAKY, sterdam in 1890 and cost She carried 14 passengers on her last trip and had a crew of 36 men. Her cargo, which was all consigned to West In- dian points, was valued Mr. Burgman isaid at about vanceri .to the footlights and render- ed the quartette, "Jolly Boys Are in excellent form. The gentle- men taking part in the quartette were Messrs. Steele, Green, AlHsrm ami Taysum. Some very good views were given by G. Allen, with his {moving picture machine. Tke con- cert concluded with the Rebeccah's March, which was done with a preci- sion and ability that in a measure outclassed the male brethren's efforts in that direction, both of which were exceedingly well accomplished. Three of the Rebeccahs, 'namely, Miss Crabbe, Mrs. McAlpin and Mrs. Staufler, sang a very acceptable trio during the appearance of the ladies on the stage. Throughout, thq con- cert a first rate orchestra gave selec- FULFILMENT OF CITIZENSHIP Eloquent Address by H. Elton at the K.M.-C. At Knox Men's Club last night D. 11. Elton gave an eloquent address Plain TalksitoVfain INJURIES SKIN CURE, A little child ran crying to her mother the other day with a nasty flesh wound and asked for Zarn-Buk. The Fulfillment of laid emphasis on on the subject of Citizenship." the fact that righteousness exalted a nation jyui referred Paul's pride" in bt'iris a Roman citizen. "Citizenship brings responsibility. We can not help ourselves unless we first of all help our fellow men. Cifc- strikes for freedom and liberty, breathes patriotism, and puts courage in the heart. Freedom does not come individually but col- lectively. We are free because with others we have been mutually work- ing for that freedom Christ gave his life to establish that freedom and es- tablish a common brotherhood Axmons" men and fatherhood in God. "The fulfillment of citizenship is not complete in the payment of taxes or obedience to law, nor in a readiness to -face death upon a battlefield. There is more -required of us. we should be willing to live for our country. The man is recreant who says, "Let the politicians run the country.1 Graft and corruption only show that the honest citizen should take 'in politics. "We. have heterogenous population in Western Canada and our citizen- ship demands that we make Canad- ian citizens out of these strangers. We should HV the. flag and teach its history. 'Onward! is the for and There lies a more powerful argument Zam-Buk than even the scientists can bring, The child hid had Zam-Buk before knew it eased pain and healed. Zam-Buk vrorks in two directions. Pre vents worse results from a skin injiiry skin disease (suc.i as festering- and blood poisoning) while it repairs the damage already done. Zam-Bu c is entirely herbal, is pure, contains no 'trice of animal fat or mineral coloring. quickest known heeler. ATHER AND SON BENEflT PROM USE Of Mr. Walter Adams. 177 Railway Str.itfonl, -M son, William, viii o ji'ayiriij .tcfl iiUmt tlio yunl, cut h s lit.ia to on tii j tit of 11 pi '..'o of tin. Th too cntat the fir-t joint, an i severe I from the tions between numbers and assisted !cit'izen's oratorio and the nation MAROONED Chatham, Ont, March four- otherwise in the program. At the conclusion of the concert the j gathering repaired to the Arlington 'hotel, where an- up to the minute supper was provided and thoroughly FASHIONED DANCE ARTIST GOES TO JAIL I mile jam at Prairie siding moved for- ty have some sport with a tenderfoot, rods and then stopped. So far ic shows no sign of moving. Marooned farmers are still dn dan- gerous condition. The current was j enjoyed by everyone present. On re- turning to the opera house dancing He tired several shots from a big gun at his terrified victim's feet and commanded him to dancs. Several citizens interfered and now Peacock) v.-lll spend four years thinking about; f-he dance. Harry Mason was convict-) e-i of highway robbery at Calgary i and will spend 2 1-1! years in the iierJ-j tentiarv here. i d the "Tenderfoot" Scare But :ound That it wouldn't Work tmonton. March mount- met the train on Saturday and assisted two of the h police to convey two convicts le penitentiary here. The names hese convicts are John Henry I Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver., :ock, of .Maple Creek, and'Harry j Tablets invariably bring relief to wo-1' or Calgary. Peacock will men suffering from chronic constipa-' tion, headache, biliousness, sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia.; Sold by all druggists. so strong that no boats house, and the exais now tree ice and flows as placidly as if then: never had been any winter. Lacrosse practice is frequently en- gaged in on the mam street since tlju (finc weather set in. So far there ,s I no word of any reorganization taking jplace of a baseball or lacrosse rlub. jit's about time something in that I line was done. j John D. Megginsoh, six miles east of Pincher Station and three miles west of Brocket, is selling of his live stock, implements and household fur- niture at .his ranch on Thursday, March 31st. Wild gecsc arc said to have been seen in the district '.during the past week. Ad automobile without the rubber tires is to be seen daily on our streets these clays, manufactured here by F. IT. Wafer, who represents tho Glover automobile. J f-x.t. My u-ife hurriedly it with ;j winr. vv-iter, applying some with Zara Btik. J-..-a i.ig quickly clu-tko t the flow of J and the p.-iin, and moreserium resii'U. In a Zain Buk ho.k-il the vouii-1 so nicely that'my BOH aliliuiM, o iimre to in d lo wear his shoes without tlie slightest inconvenit-nce. Not only is Zain, I'.uk for wnundg an-l cuts.but, u ftilui an eiiibrocaiioji, I have found it etfociive for rhcupjatic Buk cuts, b-rtin, ulrera, cold crick., tkia piri 50c b x. or trte from Znn- ISulc Co., Tpror-to. for price. the proper education of the children. H as citizcnstto see that we buihl up stroiiR characters in the young and rising "generation and teach cm h- example as well as by pre- cept that justice and honor is more to be desired than -wealth, that suc- cess' depends on integrity and not upon property, earthly power or worldly fame. For all time and in all things, "Righteousness exalted a nation. In moving a vote of thanks J. D. Higinbotham remarked, "If we had more'addresses of this kind we would have a better citizenship." WIL BREAK ICE IN LAKE ST. PETER Quebec, Mar. Dominion government ice breaker Lady Grey .sailed from here this morning for three rivers in an attempt to break the ice at the mouth of Lake St. The responsibility Of barenthood and Peter and from there through to the fulfillment of citizenship demand Montreal. HARRY THAW AGAIN Pittsburg, Pa., March Kendal Thaw cited to appear be- fore the United States circuit court of appeals in Philadelphia April 18th by Judge On- in the United States dis- trict court today. The citation followed "the issuance of an injunction on March Sth by Judge Orr restraining John B. Gleason, a New York attorney, formerly of coun- cil fo rThaw, for further proceedings in Gleason's suit to collect alleged fees due him, filed in the United States district court, Southern division of New York state. Upon granting oi tbe injunction, attorney Wilson, represent- ing attorney Gleason, asked for a re- view of the case before the court of appeals. The pettion was allowed to- day and Thaw was citied to appear in Philadelphia during next month. Prom- inent attorneys take the citation to m an that Thaw will not have 10 ap- pear in person but. may be represented by counsel. SALE Ladies' Glace Kid turn Shoes for Lad- ies' Oxfords from up. Boys' Boots, all solid leather, from up Gent's Patent Colt, for Gent's moose hide, 16 inch leg, viscolized i o 1 e, GOVERNMENT'S DAY TO SUBSTANTIATE CLAIM German's Monster Shoe Sale Next to Bentley Co. Washington, March was I ihe governments day in the hearing before the supreme court of the Unit- ed States to substantiate hs claim that "the standard oil" organization should be dissolved as violating the Sherman anti-trust law. With the ex ception of a few closing words by John Milbum, of the Standard oil attor- jneys. who did not finish his opening yesterday, the entire time, of the conn today was set aside for! Frank B. Kellogg to address the court on oohalf'of the government. at Manufacturers Cost We must sell the entire stock in the 1 next 15 days and in order to do so we are offering the most of our stock at even less than manufacturer's prices. The stock is strictly first-class, made by the best manu- facturers in the country. This is an oppor- tunity for Hotel Men and out of town mer- chants. Lethbridge Furniture Co, ;