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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta j I fi, 'I'licsdav. 31arf'h 2!, 1911. THE LETITBRIBGE DAILY HERALD SHOCK FROM FALL CAUSED HIS DEATH AND PERSONAL (l.iiisr'ci. Ill r.iiriiiis. ALL FIRST PRIZE GOODS BLUE RIBBON TEA PLUE RIBBON COCFEE. BLUE RIBBON BAKING POWDER. Blu� Ribbon Coffee and Blue Ribbon Baking Powder have the same good quality that Blue Ribbon Tea is famous for. They are guaranteed superior to all others. And if you buy one of these articles you are at liberty to return it and have your nnoney refunded, but vit know you will prefer to keep the goods. v isitiiiu, (iihiKiro Mi Slew ill i. AliuK licanl, is llli- lil'iUil Ikhiic I 111* l.tiill'l of vci y scriniisli "ill'v AsIiiiichI Ml -. Ill ul SI. ! iiiHi'l frmii lOnghiml 'n Ihicl-.i.irs Hin 'liicii seven) imui 'i, ri'iieh licil livir, wliii'ii is iiinv \Ui.iji[iiii llcvf nil Iniliiiii Mission sil-.m,! v..i, cslnt:-lislif'd, and tvvci smh.i.'i Imv^ ulm Uie iiiissiinuiiy li;ul liriiii;;li- 'Aiih |,iiii lioni lluil.son's -.mti' ihr insl In- ili.Hi missionaries lie si)j: ,,iil imin lire sC'luKil. Wiien, twenn-eluli (ieacoii Tiiiini.s w.i.-lund Ui luinisler ii i lie IJlufkriiol I'll, lonnatidii lie uas lilacliMKil ('rcissiiij; \ e.l ..^11 A icli-si-iit iiiiiii IsiiK" ' la- Iiidlai.s -iii;i, l!ii- iilil\ 111-"iM'h uas, lliut V. ,1 - si iiia'i\ here in Mis .Mii iidhaiii. of j miles in lliirl\-si\ liiiiii> Alar i"a\-(Ikoiolss. Allien.i, .iimoiinee 1 he en-^ iiii; Fort Henloii in a \\,il':o1j h.r Min-Iheii daiif;hler. Miss .Ma- I leod, llie trip luf.iui; eithi il,i'. a \\idow and li\p cliiUlven, anil was insnrert for Slnnii ill tlio Cniiid woodmen of iho World. He was \eiv liiglih psteeni-ed in iliG eomniunii;. The lioily was lorwaided lo Sia.nlp.v. Missouri, where hnrial will take place. if THEATRICAL hel sun don. o lion I.ewi-il f-'.arl Lewis Kni;land. i 'ados^an I adotian, see 1.1 ml j a uee, domestie aiiin.al m .1 l,i.ai-i pcr.soii wa.s seen. He : |ioi-e I loneliness wlien he w .i- lei 1 i w ildeiiiess amonRsl a people w hit ft 1 his I the whom The marriage of l-Mward niirdelt. Alia., and .Miss Lilly Hliarland of heilibridse. was perfornnd liy .\. liVilp at WesiminH"l.cr (diiireh par-aiinaKP Salurday eveiiinp ai s o'eloel!. The wiinesses woro .Mrs. Florence 1 White and Harry Thorne. IMnn. of! coiildnM midersi .md ..i lalk with. There were one 01 iv.l;. .mm niiient olTicials when he arim-.l .ii the reserve, ami one. who u.i- iiMMiiS aave ROBLIN SAYS HE IS DISAPPOINTED ^'innipeg, Maccli 2J.-Premier Koli Jin laid on the t-gble ye.sterday. (n th� l�gislixtuie the offer of the feflcini government regarding the exlcn.sim iif the Manitoba boundary. Tlie ofiit recites the.haavy oxpendituxe tlip.,gov-. ernrneni lias been at and is ahoiit t imiiertake in 1;he area ro be added i luitlding, tlio bridge acrcss ihc .^as-lialchcwaii, building the 1 ludtjon's.Bav railway and other linns. In lien of Ihf lands, minerals, etc., llie guvern-| merit, ofl'orod the .sum of $200,(100 aii-nnally nnlii the popuinlion in iho iidded territory reached 10(1,(100. $:^a0,U0U until il, readied l.">0.tKin and; *:iO0,0iill annuuh there.ifter. Mr. Rohliii in.ide no speech bci. and Raying that he wa.s disappo!t;tci(l a! liie terms offered and would proba'ulv iiio\e ,1 1 e,t;nliu 101; on tiie siihjoci on ^\ ednc^da'. . Fop Flavoufting Oi*avies holbrooks GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE The iiiany fnend-, of .Mrs i' !M Ai-nold. who underwenl an operation al the n.ilt Hospilal lasi .Saturday will he didifflited to he.ir liiat she is pro-sres.sing mo.st enc-oiiraginsiy. and will he able lo reuirn hamc in a couple of wecK.s.    .Mrs Fowler pleasanllv enlerlamed a few .An Needlework cluh memlier.', yesterday afleinonii \l the te.i hour the hostess served a dainty re-, past. The members of Ihe idiib are makim; idahorate phms for (lie ,.'anl : and danciiiR parly tlie.\ will hold in! the K. of r. Iiall. ihc latter pari ofj' i ne.\t month. . ' He spoke d ll^ Ihe Iti-!ea .ind the Willi 111 in ill St. I'anI five Is imply deiicioua. ;;' imported Absolutely I! AN ARGUMENT FOR RECIPROCITY Winnipcjj. .\lareh -il.-.\ stroiiH .'ir .cninpni for Wesieni Canada In favoi of the reeinroeity aKroeineni is con tained in the published flKurps oi' ilic price of barley In Fori Williiuvi and .Minneapolis on Saturday. In Minneapolis llie nrice was O.'..-. and l-'orl Williaiii .'ifif. which on lap; season? prop nndpr reciprocit\. would have meant sg.nnii.iinft for the farmers of '.Vesterti Canada, him I he, use of his iii,i , of the etiriosii> di-nl.n 1 j diatis in his clolliinn. ! h. i biscuiis he had hrnui;l.i ' lli.s l)asaa,�;e he had ieii i and it followed him 111 N..\pmhi j months aller his arriv.il. He told lunv he luiill ,1 hoiise, a living room, bed ro.'ni and large kitchen. Tlie kitchen wa^ used to receive visitors and for classes, .\n a short time he h.id .t .-lass of sixi\ children to whom he lainlii l'".nK-lish Witholit. a dieli.iiiary .i;raiii-111.ir he interb..'itin,iih h.IiI of how he learned the huigiiane .iml then tiler four and a half yea;s of hard stndv he was aHlaP*^ Iran-lati- llie cosiicl of .Si. Ma1the|i- in'.. the HIackfoor langiiatie and �after i\ vear,-,' re.si-i deuce ainoiiK the iiihe he had % i'.ic-.\iioUier lurne ion for the hcnilJt of lionary aieJ ...^r.);;, .lai ami this iro-.-Kiuiv eliiireh will he niveii this week Pel printed in ' I'.imlaiiil The ehlli'ren 'ilie iiosle^ses will he Mss, |;, (I. I in the audience were .41 Ha/.ell ;ind .Mrs, li F Smith, Thevjv.illi Ihe ,\rel.iie.ie.iir.-i. .fuly opeupd nt f>-S, rlosod 0.1; Oeiolier oiiened '."^ �;lo.scd KD Ca-.b VS'heai 1 .\oriii ern no t-4. : .N'ort'iern ,ST .�1-4: :; Nor-tnem ;�'", .�:-4: No. t, .'^O l-ll: No. ,'1. 7.,, No. li, ,i 1 loiiessis and stew^'lrds \. ill ,iei ;i s !|ie hosls anil hostesses 'nr !!..� Iih.il eveni. which piomises I., he .i|. es|ieei.illv cay one I'm \iiili. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES 1 .i'iie' � A id .Soeiet 1 of .SI w's iliiiir-h will meet (omoivow a I. el no..!. Ill Willi Mrs Ihe s'llilee ' "sorih Ward : enuuv wi!! Ik w.is a j;ieal , lolin l\ n.i\ disi-.isM'd lo Ihe i 111 isi Ian 1 ji(lea\ riitireii I'ars- Ihe 1.1 llie (leh.ile in r,.ipl isi chapel i hi.5 ei - ; he �Ucsolved that We.slev . 1 |e i i eliiiious force i ban dj I he siihieei will he .i,,d l(>w ,ird ' ': IwenlN-emlr belli! ll.iMe seilools. ,11,. \eiy -..III heiiej; 1 .iu_'; I bet 1,1 iliei.' I of ihem .ii'-; clierci'. oi.i' : oilisl, il.e ;. of aiA ell..; I serve oi..- il..' a ".-imel d,i\ comii' mi i. .11 .idiill liidi.ci;-There 1 , ,1 1  of SI \m';. ihr \V,.r'.. !,1\ le.id. , le, 1 liei; ..v, i; h, .-(..s';,- I i ill' lie,, til '.i � ^ rill.f 1.1 1 I..- I mat he .. ' o'cdovk . i-..' .�� .-.11,mil \ ^ iM is ; '� two iii the pasi I .Soul hern ,\ 1 hurcli ho.irdin'- � I'll e will he aiiol her :. .ill ninety chil.lien .tie Ihese schools Ttt M- r.ilii Indians, 1..... liiih � .riidiers of the \nti.lii .in ; iii memher.s of the Mel !i !.,'.iMder ,ire nol ;i,v-mhei � 1. Ill ihe UUickf.ioi He \ l.isi DeeeiiiDer the\ h.id in the church \i ilie ; ;ee that (hn' sivl, �reived the saei.imeni ALICE IN WONDERLAND Among ihi! capiivaiing siories for eliildren. sone is so popular a.s ibe ! beautiful fairy i.ilc of ".Mice in Won-d( riaiid." by Lewis ('arroll; so popular has this become 1:1a 1 is now installed . asa reader in most m' the public; ' schools throughout the land. .Almost ' every iiioiher and every child is now lamiliar wilb the strange and beau-ilfnl dreatn of ".Mice in Wonderland." ; but it is not until roeently that this ciiarming story has been set to mu- ^ sic and dramatized. The operetta seems destined to become as famous ! as Ihe story under the skillful direction of the dramiiilKpr, .Miss I). Hope Leonard, and the able mnnapement of Col. ,Iohn F. T3rnRg. of Now Vork City, who have been engaged in presenting the grand spectacular pi-oduetion in the pricipal cities and theatres llui-ing the past eight seasons. The pro-d'leiion is inagiiificently staged and ii i]iiires from one hundred and fifty to iwq liundred and fifty people to assist'the principals in presenting ihe various scenes ponrayed by the ;iii-thor. Thc> 1 latter. Cat, llabbit, t'lsb Frog, .Mouse and other numerous animals are introdneed. as well a.4 King, tjueeii. Duchess, eii... ele., aeeompau-ied by faries atieiidauis, elves. Injuns, hirtges, March and Fhi.g girls. Colitni-i.ia. I'nele 8am en, MAUDE HENDERSON STOCK CO. �i'h.e .Maude Henderson rfimk Co.. opened at liie .XLi.jesiic- Theaire lasi iifuhl. niitiiis the siar of the eompan.v, .Miss 1 iemierson. hut ilie wfll-baliineed charaeier ot her assisianis Wii> saouii las; iiighi in ihe capable niiui-nor ilujy presented ".Ai I'itiey Ridge," This is (Uie of those Soul hern melodramas bill is buili on rather more iiiierestitiw lim-s ihau Ihe avertige CMivcnlion.il melodrama. The play i.s presetiied in tour scenes and the S( enn y ..-arried by the stock eomiiany is one of Ihe most atirae-r,\e features o, the presentation. 'I'he iiLionshiner and the moonshiner's 'Inigiiiei nr.. eoili a: 1 r.ictlV" I'erson.ii i . ies. T � .' .i.-".' .'f  he . . e..,e-; \', t;. I'rimrjse ul:,i played the p.iri of .l.ok H.isc of I'lmy Itidge, (;eor�;e 1'. (iiuy was ilii- illieii di.siilli-r hiuI ."Sylvia .Mien en.-ieied ilie pan of '.is daughter, 'three liigh-class vairleville I urns we're inn on hr'tweeu arts. The stoek eomjiaiiy will he here un-m1 Thur.sda.\ niprlii. playiiru "Dora Th.irne." Weilnesd.i.\ and Thiirsda,-. iiiulii s. h I'lh. i:ie 11 o hers Si of the \ iiilrews s|m-. ])VO\ inee piissi hie ill of the Hro; ,'1 the resci've. .iK.. \m\'liarr, .mil lieensed . .iddress 1 he 1 iidi.iii s :; ^lane. M\ Tin.'iiis poke 1.;' u .-.'k of Hull I le.iil. I i.i .r.'-ee Indi.ins He .s.iid ! 1. Mull 1 le.id iiiilil iiM' iiiiig he died, .ind th.ii 1 1 eil heiore his de.i 1 h .' generosi I \ oi 1 lie 11, I, lilieralh to I he ehiin-n ' Ihe \nglic;iiis ..; ;li.-hen; ,1:- iiiii II . AT THE STARLAND 'I'i.e m.ina-^pmen! ot this up-lo-iiate .111.1 e.isv inr.e iheaire ha- arranged :. iioielM !',.i the Sialhind p.iirons ii.iiiqhi. i,aii;.''h ,1 promi.m which i-'eiwiiie ..'igh! t.i se.' �London.'' ilii' ii-.ilire liLi'. ileiiieis ,il me plac-e- oi inlere.sl ;[,- t lie ( i'opolis (.f III- wolld '1 liose v. ho w.iiil lo have .1 uo.iil l,ii|..;li .iiid foigei all Uiei.' !r,.ii!)les iaiiilil .see 'Mike the llouse-�11..111. " il lo.ir 1101:1 heginiiiiig lo end. .iinl wli,.' i-:.n he Lined as Uiciiei-i.iis iiih No one '.\ ho e\et .'ices 11 �i\ ill hi- ilis.ippoinleil. I ^ ^..iiii si.c.i .niihence giceled lli," \ i ,. \ rcinle.ic.iii Timms lasi evening ,11 .si i'\pri.ii! ,-. ehureh. when he tie ii\eied l.i.s ili'cph iiiieresllng address j.- 1 1 he e.i i i\ li|s| or\ c,ii l-lie Indi.ins in -\iiieile, I.. Ihe A ^' I' .\ and ;i. nuni-I 111 1- ..i iheii friends .\ichdeacoii riiii'ii.s w.is the liisi missi(uiar\ , .ii.iont'si llie Iniliaiis in \lheita. ai.d : hl^ perieiiees of his eailv Clays , were iiiosi iliiilliu.g and iiiteiesling ; I:, ml 1 od'ieing the speaker .if the ie\ei.iii.; Ihe rector. Rev McMillen I said 111.11 Ihc ,\i-clidraeoii hadn't vis-lied l.elhhridge for eiglitcen years and told ahoiil ins lasi visit here Willi Ihe lli.-,iiiip. the waler being so high in llie rivt;r thai (he stagecoach eoilliln I gel aeioss, so the\ h.id to use .1 li..;.; i" gel I o t In- side Till- \ I i, hil.-.ie.ili lieg.in hi. addles, h\ niviii; .1 hrief 1,inline .if ihe nip 10 till Wi-s' 11. tlie iiisl \i,i;lie.iii mis -i..iia", li.lii, Ucsi. ii. 1,S2J 11 lool, ;,11u 'ei, Wi-iks. uli .1 -iij.tnji ^'�>si-l lo CATTLE DROVER ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Toro;i..i, tlli-o;it w.'li , drew ,Mi(;i.i' \or 111 ins- a' and .Ni.iga i.i 1 out 111 It s li.-i. :.,reii "1, -I'm iiiii; P.:-kiiife tills mcrning .\n 1. ,i;eii a ''ailie �l"o i he cLirner ,)f Tei^;.,n--,, slre'^s. attPtniiieil ii i- ill ibe cattle Ml.like'. When shopping don't simply (ay "a pound of tea" you will set better tea* value if you a>k for AT THE EUREKA An e.s-i 1 aordinary good bill is on �1::- �'.eek w ihe F,u;eka, The firs' IMciiire, "Tlie Fire ('hiefs Haughler.' is iiiiensel;. inipresiing. ..ml g>e:- lo .-lion b iw one of ilie fir-nien wmi lUe el.iefs daughter liirough a lier-m- deed ; �omidished .11 a fire. Two de,e:iii Mi.'Uis Miming: oiil and the biitnlitg of Ilie ebief's ..-PldPiice I.s e:(iremeli i'.\ iliing. "r,',il>'s X'aiali.in'" f a neli cinedy priM.iUint; man;, hrighs 'fbe laiideiille Ihis week i" .|iiiti i;ii lu ih.i l-:ii;-eki- .Siandard, "Ho .\i ro. ihe li.ioM i .iller and .iii, |irpii.\ solo, follow e,l \)\ -I ne.il lillh' S.-oii h dance, while lier h.inn;. lad ae. ,unmes ber on iln-i '"'"Pipes .lildgiii. '10111 . le apulauri,-.,i:i.,l il.e hc.-,ir;> .u.^hs imjiu pii.-l iirie j :i.iii valulevilli.- i,-cii-. cit lii�i niglil. 'lie i iJili I Ids We.-i^ 11: i.uiisi-;. lu i.r a itt,.\ l"il..i' ,,,11... r 1... C"!'.!-.. lUJIJ.l. Illeiil I '. SafBguara Yeuf Food | by Always Uoing DrPRICrS CREAM Baking Powder Matio from Pure Orapm Oroam of Tartar Its purity, wholesomeness and superior leavening qualities are never questioned. ,0 NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE Alum Is a poweMnl astringent with very decided Irritant qualities, owing to whlcli, wbcii taken internally in sufficient quantify, II Is cmelle and purgative, and may soon cause fatal gastro-Intestinal Inllaminatlon."-0. S. DUptmatory, p. 144. ** The use ol alum and salts of alumina in footi should be prohibited."-Prof. Wood, llmerd Unie. MoUoo ihai all atlverilsBmanis of iho choap baking powders oonoeal ihopresonoo of aluntf Thereforo read ihe laboh ____J !. /'�' '.. Funeral of Late Fred Hopkins The funeral of Ihe late Frederick � lohn Hopkins, who Jtassofl away on; .Sumrdai; nioining took' place from � Ihe residence of William .Scott, 1'21S-lilt \\(-, this aficrnoon. The'Odd- � fellows' Lodge was in cluirgc of the' ccremon\. (ico. Heath being chaplain,!; and (L Ncidig conduct))r. The pall-boarers were ; .lohn Broiiie, RoberU-'i ; Watson, C. Norn-an Phair, Tho*. � Vivin, >Villiam Alorris and Robert; N'ivin. Wvw .\ M. Gordon- was the mini'jlei in charge. The many floral tributes? �te�tilie� lo the high esteem in w-hioh^'the deceased was held in (he ccrfjiraunitv, and the bereaved wife and {amilv, lia\e the sympathy of a large circl� of friends in their sorro'^\'. , ,. ;, MaviK y..u in design, yuu buy y,. i.iaiu- \'cars Maia in s8 different Jtrlan liiink all ircta! Scds arc more .ir less alike-in qiialitj-, itnol: Hut thai i-; nol so. \'r.;i should learn to discriniinale ^efore -ur meral bed. If vo;i c'loosc, wisely, it will last you fof Hv-lect the dc:.ii;n vou like front the 9S difTcrcnt si vies of "Ideal" Meial Bed; --and you can I.e sure i'.s snow. gl,it-?\' firL-^h will ne\er discokjr, ne^-cr tlakc oH, but slay pure white. Vou can biiv an "Tdear' Mct.il Bed for or more according to the style you 'k,>iert. There is only one "ideal" quality-the bcsl we kn^.w I'.uW t.) produce, 'The Philnsoplc.- of Sleep" is the litie of a liltlc 1.1, k wiiicii yi.u would like lo read. May wc send vou a , --; v. al-r. ihr �i;;:nc .if tl-e dealtr in \-our KK:-ili;y wl-.i- 'dig "Ideal" Meial Beds? .'Vsk \ r Hooklcl .\'". I'd M ^v^*-IDEAL BEDDES^IG Clit, ITEO MOHTRIIAi.-TORONTa WIMNIPBO "'^'-'-'^'i*'''' Ml' 'Mi^'^'^^'iP'* ' ''V,'^''.' ',|^F tr Auction Sales AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARNS AND YARDS On. Tuesday, March 28th AT 2 P. M.-ON 327 WOOD STREET. THE FOLLOWING HORSES: 4ii mares iiud geldiags, oil l.ro!ien. 4 gingle drli ers, i saddle horsef. IMPLEMENTS / ". .vaKons, ".i .sei,a smsie driving liMTiass i; single buKRles. I'l set,? 2nd hand single h*r- :-( democrat wagous. ueae A number of ladles and gems' -t sets 2ud band double te�m bicycles, all in good order harness. .\ number of good single and double whiffle trees and uech joIcm. T ibre will also be 1 pure br.'d mafillff dog, tS months old, "(s'eigttt liui lbs, \ t'.iKiil ami :jr'-ii ami nolil<- .log. broke to hurnei^a, fine-for i - Il 1 Id ri -11, These Sales Will Be Continued Every Tuiiday Terms Cash J. A. SMITH iV 52 ;