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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1911 THE 1) A 1 L V HKKALI) PAGE SEVEN MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 and Children's SHOES for.all styles quantities choose from, most important part of our trade is looking after of the Child- '-ren' later years they won't have the footjffltjbjes you are having. ;Pur salesmen fit so you can trust them to us to giue the proper size and satisfaction. Bring the family to us and we'll give you value for your money W.J. Nelson Co. 620 3rd South Sherlock Block MAltl'H 17-ST. 1'ATIUCK'S DAY j o'clock. Those, who wish to obtain J may jcl them at tbij. inwt- linc. (ioil-save tlie Eir.prald yiorji deeds that vouly despoil Anil stain. Ler shore. N'ow in lifr dirfbi r.wil Let 'men ol every To our cue 'TbV help iinrtpre. j Men' MsfcxS with the poni-r lo.lhis dart, .do'-btlul hour council take Contention set aside, Sectarian strife ar.d pritte, All tilings' that dnidc, Kor Erin's sate. KeaiejTiber Erom we pray, All discord that holds '-Acd festers tjh make her people sre Tii'a't they should all asrec For best'in unity Can she Too loce by factious tern Has she' teen lift to mourn OranV her release. Let not- sons as foes In dreadful battle clow Tlij- arm Vow interpose (live her Thy. peai-e. J. The of two courts of! Ihe Anclrnt Oiiler o! Koreslers jcjin-! fd by Uic Companiofis ot the Korest, i hold social in Kurgmar.n's Kail j on Thursday at S o'clrH-k. Kat-h irwm-j ter iray ask friend, and tlic ladies] are kindly aiitd to V-rir.g A vrdl altewlM ince'.ini; of tfce Westruitster Cuild of Knox i-hurch was held Monday .Mr. K- rpad a splrndid paper ou "100 Yeora Ot wlik-h shored niurh Caretul Ihoughf and wliicli was enjoyed by his audience. Miss Kairijanfcs sang a pleasing vocal EQ'O. STRAY CURRENT AT CALGARY CAUSES VERY SERIOUS ACCIDENT Calgary, Alta.', March 17.-Thecitr Mr. H. Hcuter lelutn- iias lhus far unable to determine j y from an extonded visit- the llic electrical iro-Jbiei juhkh last night caused the tjeath ot tivo men, antl" injured two more. While it is believed that higb ivires got the domestic yeaterday in California. Mr. jiiid Mr'si -1- R. J'almer lelt yesterday for Kdrnonioy, where Mr. Palmer will be. busy for some days matters. Mr. McCHiiton, spent the winter at his home in Ilel- Irelanrl, is expected back at the of the month. POLICE THINK BURGLARIES OF :HEN' COOPS CEASE I Justice la the shape of six months In the provincial jail at hard labor was of Wilfrid Auston and Joseph cMeken Utlcves who admitted their' guilt in police court Each raan was siv- ea a half year on two charges, but ttie sentence's "will run concurrently. The police-have heard of several ir.oro plundorlngs since the capture of theae two men by Constable Kane, and they believe that chit-ken coops will be ?afe In future, PS they are o' the opinion that Auston and Porrt.are the only I wo who have laste.i for reg- istered "chicken meat. One infomia- ant elated to the police mat his coop had not only, been robbed, but that the thieves bad taken several articles of clothing thai were hanging on.the line near by, using them as wrapping CITY.-AND DISTRICT Insurance Inspector Visits Jphu T. .Johnebn, inspector for the Hudson's Bay Insurance Co.-, oae of the leading Canadian companies, visiting tho city agents, Messrs. Freeman-MacLeod Co. to Jay. S. O. E..Notice Tho Sons of England n. H. degree ill meet "T" Wednesday oveuing tit 7.30 sharp in the S. O. B. hall. Quar- night; dues. 'All members are aied to attend -.on as tlie meeting will be followed by.a whist drive. f Look Who's Here NORWEGIAN CREW AND J30.000 LOOT VESSEL: TAKE Mrs. A. K. Doticnan have gone, to Kdmcnlon to loin Mr. Uorlman and maVe their luturc home in that. city. circuit the authorities have not hoen able to discord where the short cir- cuit occurred, nor did the indicators at Ihe poucr house 'shoiv any in- crease of voltage on the domestic cir- cuit. The investigation is being con- tinued. The dual inquest will be oclJ tomorrow atterr.oon. THK EXPLASATION-CAHF.LESS- NESS Caljarr, Alia., March ing to a statement issued by City Electrician Drown this afternoon, i, n- ,r of two street railway Mrs. il. Meccb, who underwent in winding up five thousand volt wife around'a lightly insulated an operation at the Gait hospital on morning, is doing nicely. Dr.. and .Mrs. CaldweU acd hundred and ten volt domestic ivas respoasiljle for last night's trag- oJies in which two men Beauty in Linoleum W IIAVK JL'ST a carload of Linole- ums- iilciil Hour covering fur kilclicns, din- ing moms. licclriKims nnd biilli rooms. They are rool in summer, w.irin in winter, cU'iin the year round, and jdw wear. show a laryo seli-elion of imlkrns .-mil (jiiidilios musing in pi-ifo from Floor Oil Clolhs In heavier inluid Heavy Floor Oil Cloth Imported an.l Canadian Oil Ciolha in DOLal. tile au4 tlesigiis. f-ura hc-ai'y tj'jalily. square yard... Staiv Oil Cloths and Runners Pretty in heavy Blotch jtair Oil beautiful color- ings, KooU wearing Qualities, IS' width sOc; 22'-" width width................................... 35c 30c Printed Linoleums Ht-auliful colorings In Moral Couveuiior-al designs and .Matting arid Tile- cffectf. printed (jualltles, vei' >'iltd................... 60c Inlaid Linoleum Xairn's and Carry OiUere's niikes of lulaid L1n- oleums in new desists and .As (he palicrn goes right Uiroujjh to tlio back, gooj lianl u-ear is assateil, vtry fr4 flrt easily cleaned, jwr square yard I Plain Cork Carpet and Lino Plaiu colors in Cork Carpet ar.d brown and fire-eri shiidca. Thesj are plrticuhtrly for and public buildings or any place in tlio home where CH ejtra heavy ivear Is so found, sn. yard I lUU I .OU Special in Lino for this week only Fifteen pieces of heaviest quality Hilnted Scotch Uin- olr-ums to hurry out this wet-lJ. range of patterns and colorings iti-tiic lot. greens and for -boilrooms; conveutional and Moral designs for kitchens..and figures (or dining room. Not a yanl in Hie lot nonh less llian CDC square yard- This vfiek only A fin Per square yard................................... HOC Hudson's Bay Stores _ were killed 01 LotiUs, returned' home today two inimcd. The heavier wire spcr.dins the weefe-cnd with Mrs. 10. destroyed tba insulation, ser.dincits' G. Cooper, Fourth Arc. COLLEGE DESTROYED Three Hundred Sludtnts Asleep in the Dormitoriea Etcaped Un- injured Houisoiig, March today hoarded and looted the Norwegian steamer Chilrtar ofi this port, cany- Ins bootj- io value of after bidding and gag- His Honor, the Lieut ar.d cntertainwi on Satur- day evening in'honpr of that distin- guisted Dupmorc, who is travelling through the western pro- vinces." 4 Word has. born racked _ from Mrs. p. S. IViUiamson, who was summon- ed, tost on "account of the dangerous illness cf her mother, that she is now progressing lavorably an5 hopts arc entertained for her complete recovery. PBVE A.quict weeding .was solerrmiicd at Knov manse on' Kalurday evening, March Jith, hy the Her, A. (f. Cam- five. thoi'5and volts over the doin'estic leg Circuit in cast Calgary. -Wcllesley, Mass., March IT.-Col- :o hall, one of the oldest and the largest ot tbe Welesley coilegc build- PRINCE ALBERT. PUBLICITY j d5J- RESIGNS! .Vltl.ousll about hundred stud- Prince Aloert, Sask., .March cnig ana several members ot the fac. nlty were asleep on the upper floors of the five-storey brick structure when tho flamea were discovered, all escaped uninjured. It was later announced that the fire IOES was estimated at College sessions "were suspended this morning, and the ehldenls will Is announced hers today that K. Gnnn, for the past two years pub- licity commissioner of tills city, has accepted tlio position of influslrial commissioner of Vandernoof, R.C., on the man line of tho C.T.-P. Visitor., in the city loJay from tin six Europeans on board. The steamer was carrying fifty na- and as she was lyiog led desperadoes sprang ver'o't WwarVs, seising the omc- jcrs and began their search for loot. The interior o! the vessel was. badly Oan-.agod by tbc-hand before they dis- appeared over the sides and escaped district include: Uaymond Kuight of lnc steamer wa: Ravmor.d, .1. .T.-'lleninEer of an Bishop Darker ol MaEraih, It. 0. Har. lie armei Mllk RiTor. W. A. .Thoupaon Luelcv Strike. II. r. McKenzle nt High'River. ,nd-Paul Madg. and 11 Treasurer l.ccder, ot Saugeen, Ont., has retired because of ill-health. he sent home. Kl Paso, Tex., March is re- garded as praciit-aUy cftiain lhat General .-Villa lell .-Chihuahua today (o direct his troops against.Tocreon. censorsliip suddenly became pro- hibithc today. V.'asEuncLlon, March -17. Another promise from Carranza to respect for- eign life and properly u-as receivefl today through Consul at -Iuarezf MM., March au- thoritative announcement was matfe line ihis ailerr.oon that General Vil- la hail leii Chihuahua loiay, moving south.toward Totrcoa. cron, Francis Pevc was joined in matrta'ge to .Mr. Hairy Willis Nrapicr, hoih of -LeUibridgc. and Mis. Napier let! on a trip cast upon their roturn wilt re- side in Saskatc'itwau. Evangelist Edwards Tlioao havo heard Mr. Kd-' wards upcak are of the opinion that he is a" prsac-her of great force, and jits messages are very effective. Hla earnest'manner and Eouad reasoning! wore piecrs o! white cotton as v- es something like those carried hv !lhc numher 01 the revolulicnisfs in the recent' Ttus hrllion. The badges bore in Chinese characters the words, "Money comes easily." DEAN OF RAILWAY .CONTRACTORS DEAD Porfaga U Pralrlo, Man., Match 17, JI. Strdvel, aged sovenly- nine, the doan of railway contractors in Canada, died here last night. Mr. Slrevel retired from business about ten years last night was eplcndld, and those who did not hear him mfaGcd a real privilege. Mr. Edwards will sing j again tonEght. Meeting every night nt eight o'clock. .Sons scrvicio at 7.45 p.m. RIGHTS' .Whether women litivc (lie viglilMo vole or not the.right-to !j good cup of Tea nnd they nvc guni-anlced tho host when flicy drink BLUE WBBON Judge Denton Seconded Magistrate's Remarks About the New Year's Eve Orgy Toronto. Out., wliolo affair wns ccord jag-; to an atliclc _ in "the Lady's and capable JIarch a revelry by night, an scene for such a -well-known establishment' as ilc- Conhey's." Thiis rlocs :.rndge Denion agree .with of Magistrate I Dcnison, In regard lo the carnival held in McConkey'E hotel on 'Xcw! Year's ovo anil in aj judgment Imnilcd down today his Honor appeal from 'tho deci- sion, nr.fl confirms llje conviction sus-! pending the lieenso' with costs. rccehcd as a sift ftpm.lier htlicr, Glrncik. who was .one of Ihc ol British dealh look plate recently al Strr.thmore, Kochampton, of the wi- dow of the sckenih Baron de Lotigue- the piosincc ol Quebec, wbqse dates (torn whra. the first Ijarpn. .was goyeinpr-ge-icral .0' Qu6- of rrar.c'r. ID ISSfi f clajmcii bis right (he. "treaty ol the claim. ie.liaronj- Qucm Clubs and Societies FROM .BURNS: >Alta.. March .Sold Kvcrywlicrc thii Advertittmcnt with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for UH In Wottrii Ctniii; -Write name and .address olainly.j A spf.-ial general meeting ol the Lawn Tennis clun will be liehl in nl 8 p.m. on Maicli 21th, lo amend (he conslilution, rules anl regulations. WAINWRIOHT''WOMAN- i i "lnc .'lusii: aim- ULuuiiitju Ari tion of ilie diathesis club will meet i 'i si r, u i Ipromptly at (href-.o'clock.tomorrow Annie McDonald, was severely Mrs: Ktr- viirned beio hst- night