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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LET.HBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Cash Required Will sell or trade Airi'cs seven miles south-emit of'Lethbrldgo, neur Wilson Siding on A. n. being nil of Section 17-8-20 and 93.3 acros In Section aO-8-20 acres hi Section 20-8-20, lining ml in one tract, all under cultivation. 1'art can bo Irrigated from big ditch naming through land. All sowed In fall and spring whont. Ciop goes to Purolms'er Will talto well located riiw land or city'properly in trado for fiiet pavmont and sho good terms for the balance. Wlint villl jou offer per aero, must sell- Will iiw foi sale with any dealer; real estate men, take notice. O. L. SMITH CEDARVILL6 OHIO. U. S. A. THE GREATEST SNAP I'jver oilorocl in Lctliljriclgc, l-lic owner leav- ing Ilic oily 7 roomed modern, house, on a lot 32 -x 110 on 6tli Avenue A. (Kivervievv) This piopeiiy must sold, look it up, its a nioneyinaker McCorvie Realty Co. 309 Coaldale Block, 5th Street. Phone 1391. A Snap For a Few Days Only Modern 7 room house, in lot 3? x 110 feet. Full cement basement in the house. Terms balance In month- ly payments WE WANT EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS AND WILL AD- VERTISE SAME Hall Insurance The G. E. Fleming Agency Phone .12J2 St; S. Teams Wanted for Gravel Hauling iiir Sumfliir Apply Frank Sterling t, S. PICTON'S UEADING HOTEL CUT.OFF Picton, May Royal Hotel, long' regarded as Plcton's foremost hostelry, has- been refused a license. B R Hepburn, M P, one of tbe owners; is in today in an en- deavor to adjust matters The Royal management'a week or ten days ago commenced improvements, which wore estimated to coat 000 inil these were well under way Ihe owners they turn lock on the door by Mnj IB If the license is not renewed; UNCLE .SAM, USES BURROUGHS There is somethlns significant .-.In tho irae of 1842; iiurro.ngliB Adding machines bj the United _ StHtes government. 'Uncle Sam. is wise. I-ie bujs a fpw of kind of machine-just ito see which are best for his work. But he uses, more Burroughs by' many times than of nil other machines combliled. incidentally nearly all business men are just like Uncle: Sam. Count the Burroughs In your vicinity. 'Let us show you a Bur- roughs .right In yonr office. No cost or obligation. Itrriuglis Michln! Co. C. W.'.HIgslri'i Silts Manager, 317 Kennedy St., Winnipeg Man. DESTRUCTIVE CUT WORM TnU Ic the ieason of the. year when -the farmer should be pcclaily vigilant In watching for the appearance of the dsiiruct- Jve little cut worm From Mr Falrfleld, superintendent of the Experimental Farm, the Herald has obtained the following recipe for, tlfeir destruction. It Ic cheap and there Is no' excuse for losing hundreds of dollars by negligence. Watch for and kill the cut worm. The recipe: 100lbi. bran 1lb. Paris green, dry Then dampen very slightly with water. It Is advisable to add mo- issiei, or-two-, or three pounds of .sugar. SQUALIDIHE RIGHT WORD CHRONI'CLE' APTLY DESCRIBES THE CAMPAIGN WAGED AGAINST BRYCE .London, May Daily Clifoni; cle describes the campaign against Mr. Bryce as "squalid, adjling that it cannot emanatp from any Canadian statesman cither side, and suggest- ing it is well to keep the policy of the Overseas'Dominion from brewing the subject of British party, squabbles The Morning Post publishes in lull the correspondence between President Taft and ex-Eresident Rooseveilt, but does not comment on It. The News says: "If Mr. Bryce had protested against the negotiations, Ca uada would very properly have de- manded his recall for hib impertin ence. BUSY TELLING ABOUT ALBERTA Los Cal., May who to attend the big convention of the craft, have been busy ever since their arrival answer- Ing question about Western Canada. The Canadian party has remained nt its headquarters ever since rival, resting after the fatigue of tho long journey from tbo north. ALLISON BABY GETS INSURANCE Policy of Without Form- alities by Company Toronto, May Dominion of Canada Ouarantae and Accident Com- pany of Toronto, h-ue settled then known losses' inclined through 'be sinking of the Titanic All foimall tics were waived in this connection The late Tl.; J. Allison of Montreal who perished when the big boat went down was the only one holding a pol icy in the comiiany who Is known to have perisiied, and the sum of 112 "00 called for by the policy 1ms been paid over to tho estate. It will be remembered that both lir. and Mrs. Allison perished, Mrs. Allison refusing to leave her- husband and get In one of the boats. A bahy girl was saved and taken in. charge by Major Peucben, who later-turned it over to relatives in Montreal. WILL LOCATE IN CALGARY Poterlioro, May David- of the legal flrm of Hall, -Jleclil Davidson, leaves tomorrow to -raide in' Calgary. Last, night he was anter- lalnpd at a banquet. Judge Ilnycke presided, an-d eulogiiuie .speeches were made by local members of the bar sand citizens. .lie was belli In high -ssteeni anil will be mlss.t'd an active worker in the Liberal In- terests. THELURIDNESS OF DIME NOVEL STRANGE STORY OF ROBBERY AND MURDER ALL FOR-WO- MAN'S LOVE Berlin, May In.suggested in to- day's ZeUung Hint the extraordinary collection of Jewels that was discover' cd in tho dwelling 1011-30 of fornior Priest Liiobe, whocommitted suicide, is connected, with tlie murder mwl rob- bery tit monastery ot in Uiisshx Kebruary thrco of llio famotiB Paulino -Convent of own, and a woman, named Helen Matsoh, were charged with murder, sacrilege mid other crimes. slochowa IIUB long been known as the PoUbli Lourdea, Ita famoue tumgo of tho Virgin uttrnctK over a million jjil- grimg nniumlly, Tho statuo of the donnu was :iOorned with a diamond crown iind stiutdcd by grateful pilgrims. Four years ago a beautiful young Polish girl visited the aln-Ino and con- fessed to u yomiK monk, Dtmas Mat- soli, that she had resolved to commit suicide, owing to an unhappy love af- fair. Mataoh persuaded her to de- sist. Afterwards she grew to love him and used to visit him frequently In hie cell at the monastery. Then, to gratify her whims, Matsoh began to remove gems from the Ma- donna, and to substitute sham stones. Eventually he induced his cousin, Vac- lali Matsoh, to marry the girl. He con- tinued to visit her at Warsaw, where she lived in great luxury, and he used to take to her more of the Madonna's jewels. Then in ]901 the Madonna's dia- mond crown disappeared and Valcah Matsoh threatened to informed the po- lice. His cousin, the priest, invited him to his cell in the monastery one night, and after making him dTunk, strangled him. The body was then sewed up in a sofa and the sofa was thrown into the river. Llebo onco served as a chaplain in Silesia, and .while there Is said lo have associated with the Russian monks, who -figured in the Czenstochowa scau dal. The police have been lo find out whether the gems hoarded by Ltebo" tally with the jewels stolen from tho Ma-clnnn LS miigp Real Estate is Changing Hands (Continued from front licular, is 'very hard to 'buy, most of tho present owners holding it, as it is considered one of the best buys in the Fourth avenue property has, howev er, been in demand during the past week, and scale important sales have been. made. It is reported that the property on the cornei of Fourth avenue and Fourteenth street, has been acquired by A. Hayr, at a fairly, high price. 'Mr. Bawdeu -has'al- so 'bought the large house beside Aid. Adams' residence, from C. R. Carlson, while the latter has bought other pro- perty just across the street from. his former residence. Mrs. Kirkhani.ha-o bought the residence of Adam 'Link, homestead inspector on Fifth street South, and Mr...Link, with his family, will shortly remove to their fruit ranch at Kaslo, B.C. In fact, it is in the sale oE resid- ences that the Lethbridge real estate mark-et in unique at present, all the property being close in, and command- ing a high -figure. PIONEER DEAD Waller -McMillan, a pioneer resident of Palmerstpn vicinity, is dead, agei ARE FILLING STRIKERS' PLACES EXPECTED, NORMAL CONDITIONS WILL SOON PREVAIL IN CHICAGO Chicago, May lit- tie trouble resulted yesterday Irom the dispute tlie newspaper publishers nnd- men, stereo- lypers and newsboys anil last iiiKht the police suid they licllevcil normal conditions would soon be restored. About twenty arrests were made yes- tcnlay, but.The greater number o! tliciu resulted from newsboys crying their wares m violation of police dcrs. A1 few newsboys anil union sympathizers m'd charg- ed'with assault. Publishers last night said that vacant places in the ranks of their j worknjrn were being filled rapidly and that the most 'serious'problem _ they now iaecd was the distribution of papers. Morning newspapers carry a state- ment addressed to the public and pre- senting a-'review, of the trouble since its inception. -The statement explains that neither wages nor hours are in- volved in the pressmen's' grievance, but that the entire dispute arose ov- er the insistence -.of the- union that mote men lie employed on presses and in tho mailing .onto than were worked nil presses ,ol tbo same or similar kffid iiu'othe'r Chicago news- .iaper The further statement is made that the" .'union refused to arbitrate, the (lucstiqn. Tho strike of stereotypers, news- luyb and delntr w iROif timer which lollowcd the trotililc with the ptcwnen are is claim id Dibtuibance Mi> cailocl on early today io a dis turbanw on the North Side caused In nevsoaper drncrs i neusl-ojs wagons loidul tli harness cut iron! the horses hciofe the annil of the police "imul 11 ,01 oral hundred was attrictcn but iiobodi as minced MUSIC ANDDRAMA (CorlHucttd b> >IDILIO) ON C. M. HAYS' LIFE New .York, May Tbe insurance officiate publish a table, showing the amounts of insurance carried ic tunb of the 1 tanic disaster 111 'he HstJt appears that Charles M. Hays carried acci- lent inailranc'e Mluk Fortune mpef bad ?H 110 life and C A Toi tune ?4 OuO accident T H Rcas Win nipeg, I17.EOO life; T. Dcattie, Winni- peg 54000 life G n uidlnm ?'000 Herbert F. Chatfee, of Amenia, N.D. carried on his life; J. B. Thayer, vice-president of tho Penn- sylvania Railroad, life, and accident; Edgar J. a New York broker, carried life, arid Dr. W. E. McJUnahan, o-f Fond du Lac, Wis.. life, and ac- F. W. PETERS SUCCEEDS OBORNE Winnipeg, Man., May S. Announce ment was made at the, Canadian Pac- ific headiiua-rters here today that F. W. Peters, assistant to the Vice-Pre- with headquarters at Winni- peg, was appointed general superin- tendent of British Columbia divisions, with headquarters at Vancouver, suc- ceeding tbo late Mr. Obnvne. Philharmonic Acquit Themselves Creditably It ww unfortunate that the first concert ot. the Lothbfldge Philhar- monic Society did not attract a larger audience In view of the really croillt- nble nature of its performance of an altogether InteTOBlIliK and varied pro- gramme 'at the Majestic theatre last evening. .1. W. Jones, the conductor, who has only hat! Ms singers in train- ing for the past two or three months, deserves.much 'credit indeed for the all round satflsfactc-rv nature of the choir's work on Ibis occasion. Al- though not numerically strong and allowing, for weakness In the male section, the society, sang with sur- prisingly fine' effect ami at all times entered into, the spirit of their work with singular earnestness which won the admiration of the audience. Per- Imps 'the most outstanding success of the evening the capital manner in which the society sang Hatton's "The Belfry Schumann's Sir Frederick Bridge's "Bold.'Turpin." In the fore- going number.there was no mistaking the fact that Mr. Jones bad: endeavor- ed to instil into the minds of his sing- ers the necessary elements required to bring out an intelligent and faith- ful delineation of the text. The so- prano section particularly In the.mid- dle and lower voice-revealed a eu- phonious quality of tone while the con- traltos although a trifle weak, were in evidence with clean cut work. The tenors and basses were a trifle over- weighted by the female voices, yet nevertheless they distinguished them- selves. Mr. Jones in spite of the handicaps deserves great credit for the state of perfection to which he has brought bis choir, and it is to be sin- cerely hoped that next season he will succeed in doubling the size of his choir which in the present case num- bered in the neighborhood of. thirty voices. I should liked to have heard the society in some a capella work of the cathedral, style, and perhaps on-3 mat' be gnnted the pru liege or htii ing this next season. One can only wish the society all possible success in its mime parcel The assisting soloists all acquitted themselves ad- mirably, encores being the order of the. nvohlne. In. tho Haydn trio. 'Gypsy well rendered by Et P. Lnyton, violin; Mr. Jones, 'cello, and Mrs. Gertrude Bailey, piano, the audience readil) appieciatei the cl forts of the players and greeted the performance with loud acclaim. H. R. Cooper's resonant and powerful bass voice stood him in excellent style in "My Old which won .the admiration of his hearers. Miss Archer sang with artistic utterance in German's "When 'Maidens Go Amay Ing-1 while T T Petts a .en or voice ot sympathetic 'tone quality in Tosti's impressive responded to a well merited. encore by singing sublimely Metealfe's "Ab- sont." Mr. Jones wag- also warmly recalled for his playing of Chopin's 'Valso in E minor." Messrs.. G. E. Fleming and Mr. Cooper won favor in Nevin's "Oh .That .We and Miss Young, a mezzo-soprano with an attractive voice-and possessing tem- permental gifts, captured the hearts of the audience in Gounod's "Flower from Faust. In the Schubert Serenade quartette sung Mrs Alexander, Miss Archer and Messrs. Loci.wood and Sleph ns the audience bowed Its appieciatlon with enthus iasm. 'Mrs. Gertrude Bailey made an exceptlomllj efficient accompanist while Mr. Jones ofllcintcd in a like capacity and also conducted the choir with skill. The concert on the whole reflects ranch credit on tho Philhar- monic socloU At the conclusion of the p-ogiammc Mrs F W on behal of the socictv presented "Mrs Bailee the arcomoanlst with i handsome boquet of carnations while Lockwood, also on behalf of the society, 'made a presentation to Mr, Jones HIS HEAD WAS CRUSHED Nelson BC Mix Tors a Swede iml ownei of tht brills ird it Capllogir wii instmtlj killed todij h 3 bead being crushed while ositnin ing machinery DROWNED. IN V.i.fil. C. A. TANK Uevelstote, K. Mennel. janitor ot the Y. M. U. A., was founcl drowned'lu the swimming bath of that institution this morning. Ho was a pom- swimmer, and bad taken a bath ulono early, his clothes beliu, found on the side ot the bath. He re- cently arrived from England. WITH THE ANIMALS AT. THE PARKER SHpWS Why McClary's Furnace 'becalled "The Under- [study of the Ask the McClary Agent of your i knows. UNEQUALLED PROGRAM "The Two Orphans" IN THREE Costly Production moving picture history as one of tho biggest successes ever scored by the "Silent miss .seeing this famous and .costly, production you will for. the rest of your lifetime. REMEMBER this is'a'full story vividly told and illustrated In a convincing'manner. ONE WAV TO WIN A rare'comedy which is bound to cause shrieks of hearty laughter and wholesome enjoyment. This is positively, a roar of mirth to the very last inch. Big Special Features (a) A QUPSTIOIV OF SECONDS Or Between Life and Death. A picture that will thnll you through and through (b) SOMEBODY'S MOTHER A heart-touching story ot a poor old lady and a news boy (c) WHO'S WHO Non> doiiU miss this, one, as it is a' good rich comedy Prices 10 and 15 cents Doors Open at 7 p.m. Your pleature and contort GUr aim Watch and coming attraction for Wednesday and Tnilrs-' day, May Slh and Golden Wedding or After 50-Years. AbBoliitely one ot the bost photo plays ever seen in Letllbridge. MAY BE LOST HAD VALUABLE CARGO.ON BOARD VALUED AT A MILLION DOLLARS New York, May is :a fear among 'shipping rmm the, Augs- burg, a which' left here on Febniarly 2, with a cargo val- ued at a million and that all ou board have perished. Word was received; .yesterdayiniit the Bremen, a German cruiser, which: put out from Bermuda .in search of the vessel, has not -been able to find hci Tho laHt word received of tho Augs- burg iivns on April 1, ,when a steam- ship reported sighting her in latitude 3ti north and longitude 5t! west, and said aho was drifting. Tho Augsburg has a crew thirty-six men. Captain Winter -Is in command. She .was bound for Australia. WELL'S SIDfNG BANSEIi PERIOD OFWOMANS'LIFE FROM 45 Ifl 50 Interesting Experience of Two Worth Reading. Mrs. R. P. Anderson ;spent a few days in .Lethbridge this-week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fleming. Mrs..Harry Goldsworthy entertain- ed at an informal dancing tjartv Sat-j m-dnj evening in honor or Miss Grace' R. Wood, of Spokane, tvho ia a few weeks in Alberta. Mrs. G. A. McCullougll, of. New Dayton, is spending 'the, with Ml'B. A. B. Anderson. The steam engine bu the. Alberta Wheat Growers' farm has just com- pl-eted tbe lirst section of plowing. The engine pulls Iv.'elve piowc: and averages from'20 tc, -miles' run each day. 11. B. Goldsworlliy, the Alberta Wheat Growers' farm, hus lljOO.acres in spring wheat 1500 acres in win- tor wheat. Oscar Ganger, who has been em- ployed on (bo Alberta wheat Grow- ers' farm, was suddenly called to .Mon- tana on account of the tragic dentb of his mother, who fatally burn- ed in s lire which destroyed the home. CHRISTIANS BURIED IN HEBREW CEMETERIES Halifax, May remarhablo fact developed lit. tho Titanic moTBiio, tonight that the leu bodies taken by Hebrews from the Fail-view cetr.atery and removed to the Hebrew burying- ground were all Christians, either Ho- man Catholic or Protestant.: .The White Star lino had telegrams from friends regarding all of them, and the fact that they were Christian! was es- tablished to tho. satisfaction of the lo- cal Hebrew association. The bodies will now lie sent back to the Fail-view cemetery. White Oak, of Life when doctors could do no more and I was given up by my friends, E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound came to the front and did wonders for me. I had been having fe- male troubles for years, my head trou- bled me severely at times, I had bearing down paini and back- ache and I waa very anaemic from excessive flowing.' I rec-- ommend your Compound highly and do all I can to advertise it as a genuine wo- man's medicine." SYLVESTIR MANNING, White Oak, Ontario. Tlie Case of Mrs. Kirlln. Circloville, can truthfully say that I never had anything do me so much good during Change of Life u Ly- dm E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." "Before I had taken one half t bottle, of it I began to feel better, and I have continued taking if. My health is better than it has been for several years.- If all women would take it they would ei- cape untold pain and misery at this time Of ALICE KIRL.IN, 368 W. Mill St., Circleville, Ohio. The Change of Life is one of the most critical periods of a woman's existence. Atfllich times women mayrely upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. SEVEN LIVES LOST IN RAILWAY WRECK Orleans, May train men and three passengers were killed, and a number of lii- jilred when" a special train carrying Con-federate Veterans from Texas (o a re-union at-MacOn, Ga., was wrecked this morning on (he New Orleans and Northwestern railroad, near Hatties- berg. The engine and five coaches were derailed and. turned over. MERELY A SILLY STORY ondou, May son of Alex-. nnder Carlisle, designer of th-3 Titan-1 Ic. when shown a despatch reporting the publlcalion in New York, of slate- muits .that tho Titanic's watertight doors bad not-been-tested, at (lie story, which, he said, was utterly unworthy of attention, NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES Women's commonest aliment root of so much of ihelr the Rcntlc but cnrtaln action o! Na-Dru-Co Laxatives. 2Sa. a box at your druggist's. HATIONAi. DrlUG AND C Or CAFtAOA, UM ;