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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQI, ALTA., MONDAY, MAY 3, SUNUCHT SOAP A BASKET FULL of clean, sweet-smelling linen obtained with half the toll half the time If Sunlight Soap Is used. Sunlight shortens the day's work, but lengthens the life of your clothes. Follow Lever Bros., Toronto, will send-you free, a cake of their famous Plantol Toilet Soap, if y_ou mention this ca- per. so much snow as prevails out east, whore there was several feet on the level. Two parties have arrived here to start a machine shop. Alan. McDonald of the 44 Ranch has returned from a holiday of two montlis iu the East. TOO MANY CHILDREN CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, May Stacey, of Magrath, agent for the Rogers-Cun- ningham Lumber Company, was in town and "appointed Max Cazier the local '-iagent for that company. A stock of lumber will arrive in the new next few weeks. Josiah Hammer and family return- ed to Cardston today. For many years Mr. Hammer was bishop of the Ward here, has filled many positions of honor and trust and we are pleas- ed to welcome such people into the town. Mrs. Webster and sou of Mountain View came in on today's local. The son has been afflicted with the hip Mother of Eleven Not Think the Roosevelt Theory Is to Be Commended St. ijaul, April race sui- cide talk, Mrs. T. Mainzer says, is all buncombe, and so for as the Roosevelt letters of commendation to parents of largo families go, she has one and is ushained of it: She is the mother of 11 children. "JVIy husband wouldn't have writ- ten to JLioosoveit if he had not had a paii of Mrs. Maiuzer contin- ued. ho didn't write hiin.- seli', ho got a, friend to write for him. And Roosevelt didn't write the letter to us. He only signed it. I begged my husband not to write, and when the letter came I threatened to put it into the fire. I don't want anybody to see it. 1 don't want any- body to kaow that the former presi- dent wrote to us. 1 aiu not proud of it." Mrs. Mainzer plainly showed, that to raise 11 chiMren, do all the wash- ing ami ironing, cook for a husband, besides and meanwhile fight sickness ami ili-hcuHh is not all the of Utopian bliss the former president thinks "But you love all of your' children, don't you she was asked. "Yes, of course. But I am afraid I couldn't love any she re- plied. "You don't think caring for a big Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Authorized.............. Capital Paid Up Rett D. R. WILKIE 'President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Prea. Accounts ot Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and tpwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Lethbridge Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Bound St., beside Bentley's Store. disease for some time but the treat- family is ment at the Gait hospital, has seem- "No. Such piCQics are all ingly benefited him. jor. things are not W. W. Sheffield returned from n for the poor people. I haven't time visit to Farmington, "Utah. a pleasant time and is glad month's He had to be home once more. Mr. Theirne, recently of Hungary, has decided to settle here. He the, advantages of locating in su ih a desirable place. CLARESHOLM NEWS Claresnolm, May H. had a narrow escape yesterday, was cleaning an automobile shed with closed doors, .and or strength, either, to properly cai'c for 11, though 1 do the very best I Richard the razen CYWDS TOWNSEND BRADY, Author of'For the Free- dom of the Etc, AND EDWARD PEPLE, Author of "A Broken Chip." Etc. Copyright. 1006, by Moffit. Yird Company. can. "Hace suicide talk is all right, for the amusement of people who haven't "aything' "to do but bother about oth- er people's troubles, but to cook, and bake, and sew, and wash, and fight ill-health, and sometimes even pov- erty, with, 11 on one's hands is not Sills pleasure. It's hard vrork. And the He hardest is not to be able to do for in a i the children what every mother feels owing she should them, educate apparently to an escape of gas from the gasoline, he was had .just strength .to overcome open the and door of the shed and get out. Between the shed and the house he fell sev- "tiinps.. ...Tip. vorably as can be expected. ..Another elevator is reported to be going up opposite Third Avenue, which will close up the track there and prevent a "crossing going over to the east side of the track. -Mrs. J. F. Miller, -of the gen- ial manager of the TJiiion Bank, has gone to the East on a trip.- The wife of Richard Stevenson, of Armstrong, B. C., formerly, of Clares- hohn, is dead! The storm here the other day was the worst for shine prevails years, now.-" However sun- There., was. not. them, care for them as other peo- ple's ciiildren are cared for. Too many children is something more tban a pretty theory. -It's grief for the mothers." AN OPPORTUNITY Tonight, at the Eureka the theatre- goers of our-, city .'will jjave aii oppor- tunity of seeing acrobatic work such as has never before been seen in the city. "Hill and Aekerman come, high- ly recommended .and .are sure to please one and all with clever twists-, tangles and bumps. DeMonde an'd Dinsmore will be another strong feature in their nov- elty, comedy singing and talking act. The pictures are AI and this should be. another banner week for that pop- ular family theatre. Ing, took the iocai train at the Grand Central statioo. He chanced to be the only male passenger to alight at Irvington, and -with a beating heart he" walked down the platform to the exit gate, when suddenly he heard a voice say: "Pardon me, but are you not Lord Kichard ttfrned to see outside the fence a restive mare bitched to a per- fectly appointed trap, in which sat an elderly man of distinguished appear- ance. He recognized him at once, of course. Now, the Texan had not count- ed upon meeting Mr. Jacob Eenwyck at the station, and Ms plans were dis- arranged materially by the unfortunate contretemps. He bad hoped to enter the nouse before his name became known, and also he had prayed that "name's all right i iiave your from Carthwalte. Fine old fellow, Isn't he? Had hoped to bave film daring your visit, but he's gone to Chicago. Hello, postman! Whoa, Molly! Any- thing for A letter carrier stepped from the sidewalk and banded a packet of mail "Party by the aazie of L-orcl Croyland stopping at your place, he asked. replied Mr. Eenwyck "this la the gentleman. Here you are, Lord Croyland. Thanks, postman. Go along, The bewildered Richard found sev- eral official looking envelopes handed to him and, scarcely knowing what to do with .them at present, tarust them, Into Ms pocket They bad reached the crest of the bill now and swung away to the left on a level road. Richard the master thereof might not be at essayed once more to straighten oat his friend's affair, when his host again cut In: "You've been in this country for some time, haven't "Yes, for some answered Rich- ard, sparring for an opening. "What part of "Oh, around in mostly in cattle, you know." The oM' gentleman drew Ms mare up sharply, then let her go again. "Texas, eh? So bave I. Ever met an old skinflint, cattle king, and so named Bill The tone of Mr. Renwyck's voice In- dicated perfectly in what low estima- tion he held the aforesaid Williams. know his said Bichard nonchalantly. "TJmpbi Any improvement on the "In .A way, the young man re- plied, with a ghost of a smile. Really, 4be conversation, was grow- ing interesting! For the moment Ricn- ard forgot he was Lord Croyland, al- though a resentment which he could home at the moment of his arrival. However, lie must put on a bold front and trust to luck. He pushed his way through the gate and approached the vehicle. 4 "I recognized you instantly from your said Mr. Renwyck, thrusting out a cordial hand. "Glai to see you. Jump In." "Pardon me, Mr. Richard began nervously, but the other Inter- rupted: "No time. now. The rnare has the devil in her this morning. Jump in. -Steady, Molly! Richard's mind was In a whirl. If he wished to see the daughter, "he must pass the fractious father first of-all, BO "witliOut7 mor_c sclc -is sprang Into the trap, Intending to explain as they went along.. The mare reared, wheel- ed and started off at a lively pace. Mr. Renwyck held the lines with an taV a preemption may talcs a chased homestead in wrUfn Price pet sore. Tenide six months si years, cultivate fifty aorss aal sitfl a house worth W.W.001T. Deputy Minister MMtetsM Cj this advertitevent will not W lot. ;