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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May fi, 1912 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALn Hfigh Grade Dairy Cattle il him1 foi salo choice lot of daiij cattle fion tho Qttriw.1 V.illej, tamoua ffoi Iht daily piodmo fur- Uuii'h liaip well selected und uro'high grudd: III every purllmilar, Soiuu and the balance me due to fiOBhen In next SELECT AT'ONCE Adam Link For full information Phono Residence 1330. Ihree miles north of Loin bridge. at my farm She Left as Bride and Returned a Widow A WISE- OLD HORSE knows the difference be- tween'bur sound oa'is, and what ,lie 'gets -from- the stock of others -that-is selected with leas-care., Our feed and lin- seed, is fresh, -nourish- ing and wholesome autl Is the cream of the grain and corn fields. want your' thrlVe; -feed' him oil such as you'-wHI- always find at J. C. Hanraban Free delivery to any pait of city Phone 349 Athletic Park MINISTER IS COMING SOUTH May. C. R. Mit- MihiKter of, Public Works, is ileaying for the South tonight, and visit the Cardston riding. General Jlanager McLcod, of; the Canadian Railway, is tojbe at Medicine where he will .-meet ?fr. 3Iitchell, iri'Tconnectiori with-the company's plans.Jn_. the South. Mr. Mitchell'will he in Lethbridse on lils way to Cardston, either Tuea day or Wednesday. 'Mr. 'Mitchell gives an emphatic den- ial to the statement published In the Calgary Herald, that Deputy Attorney- General Clarry hat! resigned. There is absolutely truth in the state- mient. WINDOW FELL ON HIS NECK Harrj Arbing, aged 11, of North .Tryon, .P.-Ei ,strangled -to death-whon a- windpw fell on i his neck. INSTALL1 The Hecla Furnace in .houses, above .their heat- .ing; therefore when you purchase a house-with a Hecla' installed you are sure, of k' house The Western Tin- smithing Co. 408-5th St.. S..: Phone WILL FITTINGLY HONOR MOTHER ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR CEL BRATION OF MOTHER'S DAY IN KNOX CHURCH Next. Sunday morning at Kno Cluircli a special service will 'be lie when "Mother's will '.ho tl theme. Her; Mr. Cameron made tl announcement last evenirig, askl that all young people wear a flower, preferably a oarnatipn, in iioi mother A.special committee, A J In ing vs clmuman, has been pointed for tlie purpose of bringing 01 to the service all mothers who, by reason of infirmity, are iinali to attend without assistance in reach ing the service, space in th centre of the church Is reserved fo Ihont. 'Mother's Day" will widely; oh served throughout whei tup practice of setting ds 'or honoring mother was institute soveral years ago. A congregational meeting uil} b held in Knox Church on Tuesday ening toi tlie purpose ot considenn the advisability of erecting a mans this spring. Other .matters-of irn portance to the whole congrcgatioi will bo diBCUBsed. Felix M'Hugh Western Canada Veteran Dead wagons, and drove from Swift Curfen :o Calgary ahead of the R, In May, 1884, he located a home stead.hi: Section xiuise owing "to its''bemg an odd-numbered rtnd on ac its being 'reserved :for the F H, he was forced to abandon it after having made considerable ;ira irovements. In February of 1884, He .erected tlie irst -buildihg on what is now Eighth venue, on the site of the present ma block. This building was after wards used for the first Culgary jail, nd was the .place of meeting of Cal wary s first town council In the fall erf ISSo, he engaged in lanchmg, ng. leased a. large: tract of grazing and from the Dominion government, uat outside, of. the Blackfoot reserve, nd where Queanstown now is. He was also Inrgely engaged In rail- way and other contracting ventures le did considerable woik for R on the construct.on ot the Crow's 'Jest Pass and leceutlj complet- d d mrge contiact with the CNR nd the Southern Alberta Irrigation o. At the time otliis'Tdeatli'he was es unated to be considerablv aieo-quaiters of amillion dollars lie also a very large holder of real estate in the city of Calgary, aivd also a acre farm adjoining the citv of Ottawa 3n e.irh life he a Con in recent years support- ed the Liberals. BABY BITTEN BY RATS A two weeks old baby was badly bitten by. rats at a London, Ont, board Ing house while the mother ah sent at work. CAN BEST BE BUILT WITH W.ELL SELECTED AND SEASONED lumber. The price is reasonable .and the results better than can ue obtained from any other material. Let, us tell you more a'lout this can figure on that new home together. Come in today ind let ui talk It over I Farmers'Lumber Co.Ltd- I Operating In Stfuthirn Alberta Sec our big aign "THE LETIIBKIJOGE LUMIJEK YARD" I Tlie yard wlioie nil materm] is nudcr c-ovcr. Exhausted by grief and worry, Mrs. Daniel Warmsr Marvin, seventeen years old; whose husband was lost while-they were returning aboard tho Titanic, is now at her home in Brook- Ijn, seriously ill from her frightful ex- perience BRICK PLANT FOR CALGARY RUMOR OF BIG GRAFT Some, u-Swedlsh Luthera mlniater, Rev. Em'anuol Bdinun, came to Letlibrttljjo to begin miasloi ary work among the peojilo of Ish tiegeeiU-'iii'luw city and Us au roundlngH. He u hall, owne by the 'Church of England, for mee ings, and couuniehccd tho work. II selected a "proper place ''or a cliurc Bite started.a (subscription to pa for tne 'same. 'Arrangements wer niade to meet the flrat payment a everything wont all right. So far approved his work anil wished to liel him all I could. liut wlien time wa up for the .payment the men who Uu promised'.to sign the note went bac oivtheir promise, and Kev. IQdman ha not succeeded with the subscriptio to such an extent "that hu could fu nlah the money required, and So th dear was'.off made Mr. Kdnrn yery 'much and furthoi more he found that he got very littl response among his own countryme for the important work. Therefor when he received a call from a mis Bion: hoard in Chicago, io go out a missionary to Persia, he accepted th left Canada and started -for hi DOW field. When he left ho did no "give me a; statement of affairs a Lethbridge-f-and'that I do not approv it took.sonic time befor tne matter explained lie the: sent" mo the subscription list and ai account of tliet work. AB I am informed that a rumor ha been" rolling, like an avalanche ove the beautiful city of Lethbridge tha a "Swedish Lutheran minister' been there, subscribed a large sum o and 'then with that enorraoui lot of money njade his escape to parti unknown; i will assure the good peo- ple -of Lethbridge that there is m truth in that report. The money co] iected .from the subscriutlon not uaei for expenses in town, ib deposited in Union. Bank, Lethhridge, and the man is working ;iri the field above-mestion ed, "will find that a Swedish 'Lutheran minister never goes aroum practising frauds He is lion est, upright, honorable, true and faith fill in the'work assigned to him. This Is so well knott n m the countries where i we have .worked for some time iat certain persons want to COMPANY WOULD.INVEST AND EMPLOY ABOUT.FORTY MEN jmiposef tell the" people tnat tnej clay pro- are Lutheran and m that ducts industry is absuied for Calgary way Bome of oui jieop'e been th the confidence of the people for some at an .early dale. Mr. Russell, formerly cliiei cngineec of the Temiscaming anil Northern On- ;ario nnd Mr Wilson of Sak deceived But iy real Swedish Lu theran" bi-lnnging to our "Augustana Syndd of North America' no community Sas been defraud ed, swindled or victimized, and the kitoon, liiJ a piopoution before __ a goofl peopje 0{ Lethbrldge mill soon. special niLCting of the new industries' corroborate my statement If we hat committee lo establish a sand, lime, to feet-a" pastor tor the pressed brick plant on" one of the work, we'would haWliad a man in Lethbridge long believe Lethbndge to be one of the most Is certainly blight Then "lore we are coming baclc, and will es tablish our work among joit and build up a congregation which will be an honor and a blessing for jour excel- lent city In order to show exactly how the 'i, industrial sites These gentlemen, who were mtro- Lethbndge to De one 01 me most ducert to the eon-nutlee by A. Milto, Prosperous Canada, and JU ndustrial commissioner, desired iurcliaee five acre" from the cil> long'Nose Creek for the heir plant, which they said would roduce per day. They guarantee that if they could ccure i suitable siie thej would put flatter stands, I beg to submit the a plant of and employ following statement .Subscriptions tor .the Swedish Lu- theiau church work in Lethbridge, collected :by Rev. E. Bdman, up to this date: J. 2.00 12.60 ..K... 25.00 5.00 bout 40 men. SUNDAY SERVICES WELL ATTENDED MR. CLUTTER BRINGS A MESSAGE WELL RECEIVED BY.THE PEOPLE ThciT. were three splcmhil t'tho Caledonian Hall yestcrday-- onununion service at eleven o'clock, unday school at three o'clock and nothcr service at eight o'clock. Rev. Clutter's subject last evening ras "The Three States of Man" anil' e took (or his text the voids, "It j j Cameron .Tas. Harrison W. S. OalhraitU M. .D. Muliien J. B. Lovering W Nilson John.Miles George Angus Friend A Friend E. C. C Jl Daniels E. U. Rylands 0. T. M, Maculaj Honj kome Huff Good Grass appointed-a man once to (He but 'tcr this the and in parti' said, "AH men believe in death, (hough not all men live as though icy expected death to come lo icni. "A many people live. for ic pleasures of this world giving no though! to a preparation for the life Inoad the grne, the sixtj, .seventy ou eighty years we are per- j mitlctl to have Iicre on this earth very as compared eter nity, and our time of. preparation.: is. limifed at the nrosl The church is the institution per- fected by Christ wherein are to Him and prepaic foi Hie life buond ind to i the word "church" in tlie broad j spnsi corpotd of those have j obeyed the and lie hung tlit, hnsfian lur No other persons are i cnt'tled (o vhc protection or privi-' leges of the church' because only as we obey the commands ot Christ can we be Called followers of Him." Pcnices lomuhl it eight o'clock to which all arc invited. A Tille% J. U.: Grimming Clara Tliompson .7. D. Higinhotham Alberta Realty Co. A. Burns 'A''Friend 'A Friend 10.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 35.00 10.00 2.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.01 50i l.Ol 2.01 2.00 5.0 5.00 n.OO 1.00 3.00 Complete Change Tonight 3 Big Features ('a'i A OTJMSTIO1V Or Lifc and A UX wm through and through. (b) SOMEBODY'S MOTIIEK: "e'irt ekiry of a "oor v ludj and a neni. boy (C) WHO: Kow miS9 as ls a fc'ood rlch comedy. Prlcei 10 and 15 cents. Your, pleasure and comfort our aim Special Features Open at 7 p, m. J. D. Kruem W. J. NclBOll Co. F. W. Downer Anonymous A. Jack A G R. L. Nickernon J-I. L.J-felgeraon Total Expenses Subscription book Hull rent, Ch. of England Option on church site Telegram (for Bank cheque protected Express, etc..... Hall rent, Ch. of England Total Balance in cash....... 5221.00 .SO 20.00 50.00 .90 3.20 2.50 25.00 1101 80 119.20 Grand total Balance Interest on same. 1221.00 Total J13T20 Assets iif the Union Bank of! Leth- hridge, J137.20. From the above everjhbdy can con- vince himself Ihnt'not one cent was taken by the Lutheran minister who worked at Lethtfrldse. No, there Is even a big interest on the balance in- stead of a deBclt. A heartfelt thanks B hereby extended to every one who contributed to our work. But I would kindly advise, those who "handle rum- and try to run uuwn tho work and the.'fflinUters of the Swedish Lu- theran church to be very careful in their occupation, because they may have to account for it This should be noticed especially b> the peopl of Swedish descent in and around'th oity of bethbridge. Respectfully submitted, L..P. BBRGSTROM, Superintendent -of the Swells Lutheran. Church In' Canada. it The Very Belt of Music and Effects A. T.' T. Sherwood, Tripi MONDAY..and Unequalled Program. "The Two Orphans" In Three costly production A gorgeous'dramatic production! that will go down .in moving picture .history as one of .the .biggest successes. ever scored by- the "Silent you ;miB8 seeing this famous and costly production you will rue it'for the rest of--your lifetime. Remembtt! this IB .1 ful.1 story riUdly told and illuseiated convincins-iiianner. ONE WAY TO WIN A rare comedy which is bound to cause shrieks of hearty laughter and wholesome enjojment This is positively loar of mirth to the very last inch FOUR-FULL ai usual. Home of RAISED TO THE BISHOPRIC' Home, May Patrick Ryan, the parish priest of Renfrew, 1ms been named Mtular bishop of Claz- omcna. :i city on the1 const, of Asia Minor, near Shyfnn, and ht nppoln'ted tnxiliary bfshoj) of Peinbroke, Ont. Ni-Dru-Ce Dyspepsia Tablets Cu'ckly Put Oisprdertd Stomachs Right a revelation toi (he chronic dyspeptic to feel no discomfort after 1 a heart} meal, when that meal followed by one Na-Dm Co Djspcpsia gives him from the canons discomforts to which he is accustomed fcfier eating Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets swccleu s lorn ache that are stomachs that feel as if a atone harl been give the needed assistance to stomachs that are weakened. Containing in themselves the Active principle 'needed for digesting every kind of food, Dyspepsja Tablets enable eveu the weakest stomachs lo get the good out of what is eaten, preventing the accumulation of undigested food and With help ;for a while, the digestive'organs recover their strength, do their work properly, and your troubles over. Don't go on suffering 1 Get a 500. box of Na-Dm-Co. Kyspepsiff Tablet? from your today. National Drug and Chettiiral Co. of Canada, Limited, Montreal. u: TO GET FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING .STUDENTS AT Me GILL WILL VISIT WATER POWERS AND MINES Montreal, Slay thirty-two tiidents of MoGill university, accom anied by Dr J B Porter, piofesaoT mining engineering, and the assist nt professors in geology and mining jft Montreal for Cobalt and the West o visit mines, mills and nd tins supplement their course il cience. Tlie party will proceed from .Mon .eal to North Bay, where the cars ml partv will, by permission the and N 0 commission be connect d mth the tiam to Cobalt, where the party will stop until llaj 10, spending the time m studying mining, both sur face and underground. From there tliev will pioceed to Lethbridge, Frank, Coleman, Mojie, Itiondel, Kelson, Rosslnml, Trail, PhoenK and Gieenwood, and spend some time at each place BOOSTER .FOR EDMONTON Edmonton Alta, May Frev, 1 Fields, managing emtor ot the Jlone- tary Times, Toronto, has heen appoint- ed industrial commissioner for the cltj of Edmonton at a salaij of a year, MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Extraordinary Attraction Tlut the management of {hp New Moms theatre is endearocing to fine lutrons the best plctille', oh- Iwinablc will he plain lo be seen hj- (he beautiful piogram selected foi loniRht. The first. niinrbcr.'I'A Ques- tion of Seconds" or ''Between Life and is a thrilling drama -oi exciting scenes, depicting a -Mexican's ove for the fair sex. "Somebody's Mother" is1 a heart-touching story of i dear old mother atifi one that after liaie seen it, wilT in your .cmorv for months. Who" is one of those pictures ttiat.shows you Who's who and what's what." It's ill to the and coincdr. This program '.can be seen foi tivrt nights onlj, so dou'k fail lo SIT it "Your Corrjfort our Aim" Bijou Theatre TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT i THE GREAT AMERICAN ROUND-UP Three Full Reels Showing wild steer contest between Dell Blanchett champion of the southwest, nntl BtirfKlo Vernon, champion of the northwest langes, for the woilds championship. See Bertha Blanchett, cham- cowgirl "straight up" bronco buster of the world in diily ex- hibitions It's the one show you never forget 'Indian encampments, six (liffeieut trioes giving war parades and dances Westwaid Ho1 'the great mounted frontier parade, showing the old west m review. Bronco busting, wild borse races con girls and cowboys lelny races Many othei thrilling feats. 10c415c A GRAND THREE PIECE ORCHESTRA LOUIS JONES HONORED Ottawa, Mas 5 Mr L K Jones, ISO, secretary of railways andncan- als, was on Saturday notified of his appointment by order in council to the important position of assistant deputy minister of the department, dating from April 1. Ills connection with the railway system back to 1881, when he was engaged in nection with the conatiuction of the Intercolonial Railway. RAILWAY ENGINEERVDEAD Chas R Boucher, a well known rfllt ay engineer, is dead at the Soo Family Trade is the Main- stay of This Store This means that. we have to pleas? all. the varied TWir family and retain your the. cOnifort loving ideas of papa and mamma.' tlio financial and exacting tastes of bigger sons and and the leqithcments of the joung ones of. the family in the way of.stroiig and neat boots' and shoes for all weathers. A permanent family .trade is one great teat of the up-to- date shoe store. -.We are proud of our family of YOUR trade and you surt we do allwe can to deierve and maintain it. Your patronage heartily -welcomed BEPAIB THE OLD FOOT TOGGERY ;