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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS THE LETHBBIPGE DAILY HERALD AUCTION SALE Household Furniture 1212 Fisher St. or 3rd Ave. A. South ON WEDNESDAY MAY 3 At 2 P. M. Sharp. BY W. L. .Wilson, Auctioneer. Instructed by W. "H. Par dons, ESQ., Qrocer, wiio'has "syid out his business and is leaving the city for Edmonton, I -Rill sell the con- tents of his lovely home as follows: WOMEN AND HOMES SUBJECT OF SPEECH AT PUBLICITY MEETING Large Number of Women at Koine Write Home, and Make Strangers Feel at Richardson Outlines More Plans for Building up a Greater Lethbridge Tuesday, May facei In spite of last year's 1 mahogany uprigct piano, Haines.. 1 handsome mahogany par- lor suite upholstered in plush. 1 fancy mahogany rocker. 1 tabourette. 1 genuine-Wilton rug. 1 heary French plate glass, mirror, bevel edge, with large silt frame, size IS x 40. Several beautiful pictures in- laid frith mother of pearl, heavy gilt frames. 1 large oak sideboard. 1 ext. table, 8 foot. 1 set oek wui ineaas in e Lethbndge as a really decent j States and Great Britain alwavs eit. Look Out For Garden DEMONSMTIOK 1911, of bur g and are bound to come. peopJe are of the geography of the And sull another way. You women! world nnd especially of North America, ude and control the thoughts orVthefOae thing that they don't realize in .ext generation to a very large extent, the East is distance as we look upon it in the West. If you're telling them xen hem to be right and will do Infuse your children with the idea that f >1 f n r.rt.j-1 Vi -v..... n n Canada is the best country in th'e world, that Alberta is the best part of Canada. Make' them grow up with ttiere Lethbridge is, tell them it's only 60_miles from the U. S. This will idea that it is a i Enamel lined, from Screen Doors, ail sizes" and patterns, from Screen Windows, eack Stephens7 celebrated House Paints '-s new J. U, (.11 cl that _ in mind, and its effect on sue-hand of snow and ice. Canada -s aew ceeding generations will be a loyalty (Put Canada on everything you" print' to the community and to the state we Make people know about it None Better Lawn Mowers from Letter Plates 50c each. know not of. For that man is the vi iiia.ii is best citizen who, at all times, is gladLt ?er going -LI. t IS tO QaVP a nf T to proclaim that the little spot he to do 'to hai-e a story of Lethbridge on jjiuutum mac tne jittie spot he1 011 lives in is the.best and most invitin- evfy of every letter you send spot in all the world. of the Clty- And inside we are go- XD.S to have more arivprticiner to the Tom Richardson, publicity expert. advertising in the Use these; make Board to get as this as p'ossi ble spent in Lethbriage. He explain ed Mr. Richardson's reference to re- SLASHED GIRL; KILLED HIMSELF -May i. Montreal was this-. the scene of an attempted mnrder and suicide. John Robinson- early this morning armed himself with IMPORTANT DEAL IN BOUNDARY MINING St Antoin street, and going to the ice cream parlor owned fcy Eudore Larue at the comer of Beanabilt and Saar- _ J inner vstreets, -svithont warning" slash- ed Larue across the throat with a Jtor and then cat his own throat i'rcm to ear -with the same weapon. Mlas JLarjie rushed to the street -call- ing for help and crying "Jack Robin- son did this." When a pasaer-by rush ed into the store he found Robinson just 'breathing his last. Larue was ligion, which has been severely criti- cized in. some quarters. He said that the import of Mr. Richardson's re- marks was not to "make. Alberta and Lethbridge your but to make it "AS your religion.'-' something to jtake seriously and believe in. The work that ladies can do and will do for .the upbuilding of the community was briefly touched upon. Kelson, Ma? of award- s. J. -Shepherd, on -being called up g bond for on the McKinley on addressed the audience briefly, group of mineral claims, in Franklin j stating his entire sympathy with the camp fay the British Columbia CopperIcampaien "I have been in Lthbridire TPIH takS WltMn tlle next'Jong he said, "to realize that three or tour days and will prove one Wc have the. nucleus of a 'city of more form of a leaflet jour personal duty. Send your 'ntroduced himself by saying that newspapers to your friends far -vas there to talk, especially to Tiiey are. the daily directory of adies, and expressed his .pleasure of your community What fcetter TOJ- then to let your friends know of the daliy fa that CQm_ so many were present "The relation you bear to the work of building.up any community is'one that cannot be munity? overestimated. The home is the cri- Get conventions here That is an tenon of the community. Show me j other great way of telling vour citvs TriA j _ i _ j_ ._ ad v antages abroad. The delegates will go back home and they are bound to talk of it I to see that the Board of Trade is working to Dry Farming Congress here 1912. Make it your duty to aid them all you can. Write to your friends in your home town and. ask them who their delegates are to be. Tlace the matter before them and make them know Lethbridge. Another thing. Lethbridge is your home. It is everything to you. Your lmportant in bound- 000. HOW long it is goina to take us 'ior years. Negotiations actain that point remains to be an hospital, where it wasi tU ettwiiil Llirti, i j are now about completed for option on but I am sure we carry proerty from the McKinley Mines Co.jout lan >lr. Richardson lays property from the McKinley Mines Co.jout plan Ltd and a payment of will -bejdOTO for most of U3 the happy home, and you show me prosperous one. .In that home the touch of the woman's hand is dom'nant And where should those homes be? Not in New York or California, but right here in Lethbridgs, to you the pivot of the universe. And I am pleas- ed to see that they are here. One thing that appealed to.me very strong- ly in looking over- this city was the large number of good-looking, prosper- ous homes. Lethbridge is a painted town. (Laughter.) I mean it" The absence of the tumble-down, unpaiiit- :d shacks is one of the things that i catches the attention of- the new-omer, and impresses him with a sense of the knife into your own financial hearts. You are robbing your merchants who are here to serve you, and spelling ruin for, your citv. "YOU are tradin Urn "e doomed. Help 'your merchants et the in Oct iy buying ri id you. will get just that much better service. Another thing that I might draw at- tention to is the fact that in. the schools a great deal more of the prac- tical geography of the home province might be taught and less of the foreign pie the the-way of -electric light and water- works, sewers, parks, etc., and keep on telling them. And there is no doubt that .by concerted action, and by itarid- and! ing behind your Board of Trade, your es will be realized, .for by so doing: to jit is possible for you to grow as much two the last fifty." STEEL country. Instil the children with great love of their own home by giving them edge of it. We are going to tell abroad of the opportunities, of Lethbridge and dis- trict. It is going to be one grand chorus of, common sznse, sung over and. over again till every: one heeds. WORKERS GO OUT ON STRIKE Toronto, May bridge auci structural iron workers this city of the went out on strike this morning Tie- cause the bosses refused an increass a more perfect knowl-jfrom 35 to 40 cents an hour. A? a mass meeting here this morning the men prepared to fight the issue to a finish. The strikers claim ,that over men -are affected -and they ex- join them, And it is going to take money to do I situation will seriously it. Your Beard of Trade yom0 tc building trades, raise popular subscription, and there isn't the least doubt in my mind i: .prolonged, affect here is just as-vital to you that they'll get it. Four firms have New is to the I already promised a month for two years. Get the, idea that Lethbridge good to and Another thing I you of vour citv bv to he stays. congratulate about is and your worth of g _ Buy home. Every time you send out of the city of Lethbridge for a TRY DOUKHOBORS ON POLYGAMY CHARGES Yorkton. .Sask., Brown, will preside at is permanent. Raise, :her flag so that .t- ,i it will shine and a little sittings here next month Three ._____ it. I A JJ.i mon bnghter_ than that of any other city, i criminal cases against Doukhobors >lr. Richardson lays n be much sooner The ideas and pblgamy ire "on the docket. n mos o U3 bond will extend over a period during tmduced iy Mr. -Richardson are feas which tne Bntish _: r_ ___ British Columbia Copper Co. will rush development work and prove upon' the group. The company intend to have sufficient ore in sight to payment of the >bond etated'that she would recover. formerly boarded with the Larue it is said, and was requested to leave owing to his unwelcome at- tentions to Mss Laroe. that .he brooded over this until became temporarily deranged. j in twelve months. The bonding of the ible. They can be carried out in con nection with this city, and will 'brini good results. But the very best, re- sults can only be obtained -by the con certed action, of every citizen. Thir includes the ladies, and if they will on help, by trying to carry out Mr. suggestions to them, of the property will mean a boom for the district. Franklin camp is about forty miles 'up the north fork SCOTCHMEN FOR CANADA Glasgow, ifar hun I of the Kettle River from Grand Forks and the railroad now extends half the distance, so that the building of an- St." C. F. "P. Conybeare, who always de- lights Lethbridge audiences when they have an opportunity to listen to him, was called upon as the next and he also spoke especially to the ladies of the city. "We he Mlnjn smfiit3nr asd of Lethbridge m this campaign to -for Canada laat Saturday. Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? It Will Pay to Smrm There's been a. lot of Smelting and Co. will make our cit7 a clfcy' leave Seattle 'today on the steamer Frince Rupert for the Hidden Creek ttiat is merely a collectipn of houses ana rheumatic pains you can be dead sure that ross your bade earns irom de-{ creased kidney action. I I iddney's duty is to filter the blood i mine in the Portland Canal district the Granby is now developing, bond on a trip of Since Granby does not deserve the name ot city- be a city worthy of a name it must -be'; a city of .homes. the ____ Creek last "work hag been carried oa with results. General Manag- e oo out the impurities collected Graves says the company has put rnin.ir blood It a. i-nr.rtava the returning blood it just like Absorbent cotton in a fiiacH filters the from polluted water. When the kidneys are nor working you are bound for one of TWO betes and Blight's Disease or Rheuma- tism, .Lumbago and Sciatica. The for- not a large tonnage I tha. th- of ore in si ht and ostj __, Then, and hot till then, it become a pleaiingr place residence, a place to which -we can our friends parts ofj the globe to come and reside. We j want to make Lethbridge a. paradise for' the ladies. If they help' us, the sooner we can accomplish our end. A citv -to livs one f of vented. they ou p promising of anything he has known the city that is pointed, out as a of for some time. perous one. Buying at home is It is roughly estimated by Granby of the sure and practicable ways Vij engineers that there have been about [Baking any city prosperous. In the; tons of ore developed. This runs about 2 1-2 per cent: copper, the large department stores of roods you are sticking the conditions, are that more econ- The very best prescription for all fa'd- omica3 mining and treating of the ore ney Root Corn- Can at the Granby, It is ex medicine, iPected the properties will work welJJ of rerr.edies ,of proved value. More than tnat, it has been proved by thousands who have haa glad relief from its use Thew s nothing quite so miserable as dragging results of sick Jddn-ys You are trifling with your own future The Hidden mmins with tne Granby. East, the women are without doubt I the worst sinners. The men, as a rule, j are more honest about it than the; lad- 1 And, getting down to the root ofj Creek ore question, it is nothing more nor! j less' than question of honesty. Yourj fathers or husbands come from the HOLO OCT. SS Winnipeg. May May 12 the East for what you :-buy with the money It will cleanse the blood of: all the poisonous and waste matter accumulated in the system during the long winter months S'r Dlnie' a pleasant home treatment with expire after hav- robbing that community of one of the mg held the position for ten years verv means that enables it to pay 1 TYILI1 Vcli 3 btone Root Compound when results' are certain. It soothes bladder irritation, jjives Ith at at the vou rest and Hfe once more Thf "'va ai'C 3LI1 dependent upon one another, and Nyal's atone Root Compound is particularly Seagijeai to help them all aa blia'der ai-e aii ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. H1GJNBOTHAM