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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tbe Lethbridge Daily Heraid. Tuesday, May JUST RECEIVED A hll'P'e of O O JAPANESE MATS AND SQUARES Very nice for bedrooms and din ing rooms. SATURDAY SPECIALS Japanese Jute Rugs and Art Squares 18x30 Special 24x48 82.25. Special 36x72 Special .Jjtt.75 0 ft. x 9 ft. Art 813.50. Sp. Standard Furniture Co. Crabb St. Opposite Herald Phone 483 "OUll BEST" FLOUR Looks creamy. Doughs nicely. Raises well. I3akes even. Cuts white And the baking tastes like old 'fashioned home- made bread. ST. JOHN'S ASSESSMENT 1 St. John, May assessment for the city was liled today for 1'JIO and shows a. total valuation of a.n increase of last year. The tax rate is same is lUOS and will remain at that rate for live years. RECEIVES CALL TO VANCOUVER CHURCH Kegina, Sask., April E. A. Henry, jiastor of the Knox Presbyter- ian church and formerly of Hamilton and Brandon, to-day received a call from the Chalmers Presbyterian church of Fairview, Vancouver. Mr. Henry is expected to announce his de- cision in the course of a few davs. The Working Qualities of the Smith Premier Typewriter are perfect. There is no other writing machine in the world that can do the same accurate work as conveniently. P. O. Box 1929 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY A EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. AT THE THEATRES LYCEUM The headliner on the bill at the Ly- ceum thib week is a male quartette. Their singing is excellent, every mem- ber of the four being a soloist of mer- it. Encore after encore was called and every selection was greeted with ab- undance of enthusiastic applause The theatre patronlzers like good sinsing and the encouragement they gave this quartette last night showed how pleased they were with them. Their selections ;ire varied irom sweet old well known melodies'to right up-to-date compositions, the 1st tenor and 2nd tenor solos i-eing particularly pleasing. Music is the order o! rhe week, as a lady "single" sings a iMir.iber of good scnsis, both in Swedish and English, aho proves herself a Hover comedi- enne in telling of her trip across -the ocean from Sweden and numerous other adventures. Exceptionally motion pictures ami a number of them fill out a good evening's entertainment. EUREKA Last night at the Eureka the pat- rons enjoyed one of the most refined and high class programs ever pre- sented in this city. Mueller and Mueller, who are billed as vaudeville's most enchanting songsters, are well deserving of this title. At the second performance last night the applause was so great that the operator had to take off the picture and allow the singers to respond to the encore. Adair, Re Armond Co. in a pretty comedy, entitled "His Last re- ceived numerous applause ail through j their act. Each one is an artist j There was not a dull moment iu the i act. and excitement rolled high. The j pictures were as usual up to the Eur- eka standard. Tonight the big draw- ing takes place immediately after the Edited by Phone 1052 j lira i performance, and all those hold- i ing coupons are requested -to be in the house. 'jrniture Repairing ana Gen- eral Jobbing In rear of 918 Ford Street. Phone 610. JOHN CRAIG. Repairs at the home promptly attended to. Never hesitate about giving Cham- berlain's Cough Remedy to children. It contains no opium or other narcotics j and it can be given with implicit con- fidence. As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which children are sus- 'ceplible, it is Sold by all druggists. COMFORT IN SHOES FOR LADIES' COMFORT IN SHOES FOR LADIES can be got chiefly by wearing HOO Grades made with noiseless flexible soles which insure more comfort and a better fit than can be had in any other shoe made. QUEEN QUALITY can be supplied in ankle strap, pumps, patent, tan and black kid Oxfords. lace and button boots in all sizes. We can supply you Ishocs from per pair up. No need to look elsewhere for values which will save vou monev. NELSON CO. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. F. J. Redmond, Cutbill street, will not receive tomorrow, nor again titis season. Mrs. Geo. Rogers has returned from a prolonged visit to the East. The Monday Briuee Club was en- tertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Agnew. The game was played at two tables and at the tea -hour the hostess served a dainty repast. Tbe highest score was won by Mrs. Me- Nicol. The members of tbe. club will be the guests of Mrs. Ritchie next Monday. Mrs. (Her) A. J. Prosser. of the First Baptist church, is at present in Medicine Hat spending a couple of weeks with her sister. A very pleasant and successful May day event was given last even- Ing by the young ladies Bible class of the Sunday school, in the church, which was effectively adorned with potted plants and cut flowers. A novel contest was the form of entertainment offered the early part of the evening. Pictures of various varieties of apples had been cut out and upon arrival each guest was given one and told to find two partners who were similar pic- tures, when all the partners were grouped, they were asked to compose a poem about their particular kind of apple. A huge bouquet of carna- tions were divided among Mrs. Gray, Miss Watson and Percy Harding for the most clever verse. Following the contest a delightful musicale was en- joyed, those assisting were Misses May Ten-is, Cowk, Annie Simm, Alice Castle and Verna Killam. The most appropriate feature of the evening was the "May Queen" given by Miss Terris, Mrs. Gray and little Verna Cray. During the evening ice cream and cake was served. The proceeds amounted to and will be used in providing flowers for the church each Sundav. "TWILIGHT CHAT" Tomorrow is Arbor Day and let us all celebrate by rising- bright and early and putting in the flower beds (if they are not already in) giving the back as well as the front yard our careful -attention, and Instead of "houseclean- let everyone "yard then by noon if everybody works with a vim, everything will be spick and span und we can enjoy the ball game with a clear conscience. A can of paint is a big help in mak- ing things attractive. Get the porch chairs out of the cellar and brighten them up with a little green paint and see the difference it will make, if the door plate is brass to keep it from Inrnichino- usual, then nib it over with a soft cloth dipped in vaseline, and polish with a dry cio'th. An attractive swinging couch for the porch which is inexpensive and com- fortabie is made from the springs of a cot, at each corner fasten a strong iron chain, and attach to the ceiling of the porch, put the mattress on the spring, and cover ,vith denim or chinz, the throw being made with a deep flounce. DAILY RECIPE Veal Loaf Mix three pounds of chopped veal and one pound salt pork with six- soda crackers rolled fine, three eggs well beaten, one-fourth teaspoon pep- per, and one-half teaspoon salt. Shape and bake three hours, basting with pork fat. (f GOOD NEWS FOR PUBLIC OF LKTTT- BRIDGE AM) sriMiOl'XDTXC; COfXTIJV havo just unloaded 2 of furr.itinv. and matins SCR and we nre in better shape than to give you the mos; for your monoy. I! will you in rnmr- and pro? our prices on borj dininp-room and ki'chcn furniunv. THE- Meltzer Furniture Co. VERY LAST froai trout piige) question asked him was as follows Mr. Walsh "Is there anv one in the Dominion of Canada who can give us any information about the Canada West Construction Co and Minty answered "I decline to answer." Judge Would Not Rule Walsh had been endeavoring to have FAULKNER'S MONEY BAD (Continued from front He wanted the currency jn old bills so it could not be traced, Newport in- ferred in telling Faulkner. He did not say who the money was for or whether Clarke went to Edmon- ton that time or not. On November 1'JOG, Faulkner wrote to Hawes saying that he had secured through Senator Hoy a charter, and as the attorney-general's BRITISH COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104-106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Iti Branches Largeit Publishers of Photographic Pott Cards in the Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Interior Views a Specialty Special and Prompt Attention Given to Amateur Developing and Printing Press Agerts of "Tropical Press" and "Daily London Eng. the Commission make a ruling on! department 'had .been Instrumental iu Minty's stand of privilege, but they refused, not having the power to pun- ish him if they did rule afaiuyt him. Walsh said he might appeal to a Manitoba court for a ruling. Why Cross is "Friend" Minty told Bennett he referred to Cross as "friend" simply because Clarke had introduced Cross to him. He never knew that the United States Trust Co. of Kansas City was inter- ested in the sale of the A. G. bonds. Minty refused to answer any ques- tions at all concerning J. D. McAs- Ketting it, the charter looked good. WEDDING AT BLAIRMORE Biairmore, May home of Mr. The witness said he meant Mr. Big- and .Mrs. G. A. Passmore was the gar, of the law firm of which Attor- j scene of a very quiet wedding recent- ly-General Cross Was a member and j ly, when Rev. J. Sargeant united in not really the Attoruey-Ceaeral's de-1 matrimony Miss Martha, E. Johnson panrnent. It was always intended to and James N. Eddy. After partaking form a construction company if the of a dainty lunch .served by Mrs. road was built. Cornwall did not un- j Passmore, the newly married couple derstand the financial end, the only ones who did so being Hawes, Minty and himself. Eventually negotiations proceeded so far with the Athabasca charter that Cornwall obtained a let- ter from Premier Rutherford to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and Cornwall arraiig- tkur. as the latter's connection with ed that Rutherford, Cross and J. K. the railway matters was simply in Hoyle were to go to Ottawa in an ef- regard to the Canada West Construc- tion Co. Three More Telegrams W. L. Walsh re-examined witness and produced three telegrams. The first was November 30 1908, and the other two were replies. The first telegram read (Clarke and Min- "If "iven pn nmv wjlat wju assure their silence Their actions simply blackmail. How much do they know? Address Hotel Manhattan. New York." Minty replied "Syndicate thought your proposition bluff. Became sus- picious of being overreached, other- wise honorably inclined. Ignorance of fact. Silence guaranteed by bon- us stock." Clarke's reply "I won't be work- ed. Am acting on good faith. They can have half now and half March 1st as understood. If they refuse I pay nothing." Minty's explanation for these was that Clarke and the Athabasca Syn- dicate had had a little misunderstand- ing about the extension of the option. He protested about the last telegram being brought in but Walsh showed it to the commission who ruled on its going in with one sentence at the end not read. This was done. Walsh asked Minty if his failure to appear at Edmonton to testify was in any way influenced by the fact he would be more under the power of the court in Alberta than he would be before the Roval Commission sit- ting in Manitoba. Mintv said not. EPWORTH LEAGUE OFFICERS ELECTED The Epwerth League of Wesley church had their annual election of officers last night, when the following were elected: President, E. W. McClelland. Mrst vice, M. K. Kaake. Second vice. Miss Hartley. Third vice, J. H. Delf. fourth vice. Miss A gar. Secretary, K. Watson. Treasurer, R. W. Buchanan. Organist Miss G. Oliver. TREHUB-NEJEDLI This morning at a.m. Theodosi Troliul) and Mrs. Xejedli were united in the holy bonds of matrimony in St. Patricks church by Father A. H Rosenthnl. STRIKE FIZZLES OUT AT GREENWOOD. W. F. of M. Executive Board Disap- proves and Refuses to Pay Benefits. Phoenix H. C., .May execu- tive board of iho Western Federation of Miners at Denver has disapproved of the strike of the Greenwood local against the B. C. Copper Co., and has refused to pay any strike benefits. will be resumed by the com- pany to-day, j; is saul. The company's Qro Denoio and Wei Irngron mines, under the jurisdir of Phoenix lorn! have not, boon affect- ed by the strike and have been operat- ing without, interruption. The com- pany will employ abour men the Mothor Lode mine and 1.10 at rhe stne.lter. The wages paid and the hoiirn worked arc the s.inv as in the other Alines ana smokers of tho dis- trict. fort to get a cash subsidy. Sir Wil- frid Laurier replied tah'at as the road was a colonization one, fifty miles should be built before there was hope for a subsidy. Continuing his evidence, Faulkner said that when the Athabasca Syndi- cate was endeavoring to get govern- ment assistance they suggested 000 per mile and would have taken ten thousand. Faulkner thought Mr. Cornwall wanted to "hog" toe whole in stock. Cornwall insisted on the stock and liad to be given it. Witness related how he had sold one share in the Syndicate to Clarke for one thousand. Cornwall mentioned immediately left for the future home in Lundbreck, Alta. SEEDING ACRES Carmangay, May Milnes, of the linn of Milnes and Noble, of Claresholm, was in Carmangay this week. Mr. Milnes told the Sun that his firm were seeding down acres this spring and would break G.OOO more this summer. A lot of this land is tributary to Carmangay. Since the first of January this year they have sold over worth of land in Southern Alberta. BIG VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE DEAL Vancouver, May National Finance Company has purchased three thousand feet of waterfront at Port Moody from J. S. Emerson, Roe and Abernethy for live hundred and eighty thousand dollars, one of the largest realty deals ever put through here. 'having gone south in the province to j Two >'ears the property changed get support. No mention of names hands at one-sixth the price now paid. was made. WHITE SLAVER WILL FIGHT EXTRADITION Port Arthur, May Vincent, arrested here at t-be request of Sheriff Horon, of International Falls, appeared before Magistrate Do- bie tonight. He was remanded eight days on the charge of white slavery. He declares he will fight extradition and that 'tiie authorities cannot prove the charge against him. It is expect- ed that wiien the United States offic- ers arrive no trouble will be exper- ienced in getting him across the bor- der, as he can be deported under the immigration law. Vincent is charged with luring two girls, named Newman and Grimes, from Appleton, Wis., to Fort Frances, where he sold them for each. A toi- :h of or a tv.'inixe of isei.ralgla, whatever the trouble is. Chamberlain's Liniment drives away at once and iho complaint MINERS RETURNING TO WORK AT GLACE BAY Glace Bay, May is quiet in this town and surrounding district today. Groups of men are gathered around central points dis- cussing the settlement. One hundred and fifty strikers reported for work at the Hub today and were told there was no work for them, nqw for some time. Men are applying for work by hundreds at all 'the collieries, and will be given employment as soon as places can be made for them. International Organizer MacClen- nan stated today that the organization of men in Cape Breton woiUd continue. Special attention is being directed to cents. ST. ANDREWS LOOK ARE OPEN Fort NAVIGATION [Winnipeg. May St. Andrews locks were tested and informally opened yesterday by the passage by the passage of government steam- er Victoria from the Great Lakes into the Red River. There was no hitch and the few hundred present were much gratified. Bargains! Bargains! Bargains IN NORTH WARD ALL MUST GO FOR THE PRICE i Greenwood, n. C.. .May Greenwood miners' union decided by a referendum vote to continue the ngninst the H. C. Copper Co. About six union men went to work at the smelter this morning. McKenna Johnson will have the first hotel in Fort George. K. T. English, a Toronto bar- rister, died of pneumonia, Talk of (he 1 own Nearly Every One in Albion, Mich., Praises Mi-o-na, the Money-Back Cure for Indigestion. Albion. people in Albion are elated to an unusual extent, because of tbe many and remarkable cures which have lately been made by Mi-o- na. a dyspepsia cure with a world-wide reputation. Everybody is endorsing Mi-o-na. Here is what some respected residonis say; Mrs. K. 0. Caps says: "Mi-o-na cured me of a stomach trouble that. had bothered mo a long time." W. II. Molt snys: "I had doetorrd for months without help. I used Mi-r. na and since using it three years 1 have been free from the distress." Mrs. Kinma Ovcry says: month.-, i had dyspepsia, bnd stomach di.-Mv-s.--. pains and n.iusca. Nothing I n.-ed reliov.-d or cured, till 1 USLMI Mi- I .IiMinston dru.cpists seii WOTnlerfn: