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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1.915____ Established ovei4 Foi-ty-one Yearn THE STANDARD BAN! OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking Vou Will Find THE TBTHRRIDGE D jjt Efficient. We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT BTHBBIDGE BRANCH, 315. 13th-Street S. G. F. BLETCHER-MANAOER. mm ACCEPT C.P.R. THEROYALBANKOFCAMADA 1869 One Dollar. ..PINT ACCOUNTS Either the survivor) may operate the account. NOTICE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR THE NORWICH UNION ACCIDENT BRANCH FIREMAN'S FUND; AUTOMOBILE, IS- W. A. LEVITT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 518. HELL! What is it? IB the subject-of an address to be given Sunday Evening 7.30 in the' Christian Church (cor- ner of 3rd Avenue, and Eth St.) The Rev. W. G, Asher is the .peaker and will treat it from the philosophic standpoint. This series of addresses is proving of nreat Interest to those attend- ing them. W. G. Aiher is a speaker of no mean ability, and Is thoroughly conversant with hli various themei. Beyond a doubt they are philosophic, scientific, theolojlc. Everyone hsar them. TO STOP "THIRD DEGREE" Sacramento, Cal., May senate bill prohibiting the use of so-called "third degree" methods on persons suspected ot crimes was passed hj the Assembly. Violation is made pun ishable by dismissal from office. Th, bill now goes to the governor Electrocution la substituted to. hanging under the terms of 'a bill which passed the House tonight by a vote of 42 to 18. A motion adopted to reconsider withholds the bill from the Senate. ___ Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can gel Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at 15c per gallon Taber, Alia.. May Sundal of the Taber Agricultural so- ciuty, has received conies ot the Irri ;ation agreement, which the C.l'.K prepared for acceptance by tne and owners of the proposed Taber ir (Mslrict. A meeting of those nlcroHlodS-aB at once called, and on Wednesday evening a large .ttuniif d li'C meeting held at the Bam- well school house. .Mayor Malo occu- pied the chair, and the agreement was thoroughly discussed. The meeting was a very enthusiastic one and those present were all well pleased with the C.I'.R. proposition, considering it to be a very fair ar- rangement. Home of the most import- ant details arc as follows: The now district will be bonded ap- proximately or an acre and the- C.P.Ii. offer OS cents on the dollar for (i per cent, bond'j. term of the bonds has not yet been definitely decided on, but may run up >u thiltv veara. The price to be paid by Che district to the C.P.H. for water will he per annum lor each icres, or in oilier words cents an acre The district will also have to pay'for tile operation and mainten- ance of the ditches. The agreement also provides that the entire system shall be completed this season. A large number of signatures have already been secured to the petition to be sent to the government reciuest- Ine that a date be set for taking the vote on the formation of the proposed dUtrict. Both Mayor Malei and Mr Sundal are ot the opinion that there will be no trouble in securing the num- ber of signatures necessary, and the> expect to have the petitions all signed by the end of this week. Charged with the Murder of Former Lethbridge Man Fernie Pupils in McGill Music are Successful Fernie, May el- iminations of pupils in the music -lass held vesterday by Dr..Perrm, D( McGill Tmivcfsity- Conservatorium li Music, turned out a most success- the ten applicants pass- Great Palls. Slay wit the murder of George Pressley Hmik formerly of Letlibridge, who was slal In this city on March 28, Tony Bleis was yesterday arraigned In the distric court. He entered a plea of not guilt and was immediately remanded to th custody of the sheriff to await trial. An information chargiug murder he first degree was yesterday filed i the district court .by County Attorne George A. JudBOtt. This alleges 11 on March 28, Bleish, oC ed malice aforethought, made an a sault upon one George Pressley Hou with a knife, with the intent to k and murder said Houk, that he ther unon inflicted a mortal wound in tl throat of Houk from which woun Houk then and there died. The killing of Houk, who was brakeman. in the employ of the Northern Hallway, took place on Be onT street, between Central aven and First avenue south. He had be found lying at the entrance to the Se ar-horo pool room, which had previoi ly .been closed for the night, bleedi to death from an. ugly mue cut the throat. He died without making a statement. THE SITUATION AT THE DARDANELLES TWO- WHERE aacoo BRITISH AHD FRENCH TVJOOP3 I BEEN I LC.HOED. WHERE MUID tRUNSPORT IS RETORTED TO HKJE BEEN SUNK motoring back K1I.IO BM1R AND VICINITY BOMBARDED FOR 12 HOUR SI ALLIED FLE.ET LAND 60.000 MEN B- B war are ill-treated mv knowicage u. been inside a Lcthhridge bar." "Is it true that the regulations say that" reason- New Business Opened THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING SPECIALISTS Produce work in Auto Tyre Repairing of all kinds and Guarantee Their Work. E. Chaplin Son, Props. OLD SPORTING GOODS STAND On Fifth Street McNabb's Saddlery. e rg able exercise should be granted oHic- THE KING'S HOTEL hptwcen "uno musii treatment of German officers and pri- vates and civilians. At the detentum camp the officers are in a house bj themselves and are allowed the regu- lar officers' mess. They are confined to a small yard around this build- ing. Guards are on uuty toiiotuo.... If an officer wishes exercise he may grange for an escort at his own ex- pense and with permission from lean OUtSiuu. v- ed up an improvised tennis court m one of the buildings. He sometimes has a little exercise there. In answer to the charge that the Canadian officers have been fraterniz- the interned Germans, Capt, Birnie said, am in accordance with Col .Stewart's statement reported in the'Herald. This talk is all bosh. WARNER SPORT The Warner Tennis club appears to be the most popular organization in oe than in Always Keep Them In The House That's what Mr. H. J. Eastwood, of Carleton Place, Ont., says about Gin Pills. "I have taken Cia and find tllcm for Swdlcn Hwd. mlomt of k.dney and al.ay, the houM. _____ KIONCYS If von arc feeling badly, perhaps it is your Kidneys or Bladder that is causing the trouble. If there is pain over the llladder-if the urmc 13 hot and free or the urine shows brick dint deposits or there is constant pain in.Hie hack-restless sleep ami loss of appetite-then yon certainly need Gin Pills Get them to-day and feel better to- morrow. Gin Pills are sold by all dealers at fiOc. a G boxes for Free trial treatment if you write National Drag and Chemical Co. of Camda, Limited, Toronto be the most uuijuim town and has more members than in any previous year. For the first time a number of ladies have joined and ion ci iMiss olub has built a stand, and tnere cstcrdav were most creditable to tier. ]k allotner C0urt being prepar- an-ljy tom.nament is toeing arranged, d some talk of a dance is heard. We understand that a meeting will held in the near future to try and vive the Warner BasebaK club. It said that an interesting league ight beformed comprising the towns tternav WCLL- w-cll "as to her pupils. Harold An crson and Dorothea McLean passed itii distinction, and the others in he order named below 1st, Nellie lills 2nd, Osker M. .Anderson 3rd, ay Gould 4th, Miss Reta Todd th Nettie Ingram ;6th, Alice Keir thi Aubrey McLean 8th, Alice This docs not show the relative ic'rits of the different pupils as they vcrc in different grades and the or- cr of their passing would not he orrect as indicated by the order in vuich they stand in above report. The daily average attendance at he public schools for April shows this to be a "mcasley' town. Just ow many absentees on account ol measles resulting'in a lowering olthc args average maintained during the winter months. UIEUT. P. MOL80N Public-spirited young man of Montre whose offer to raise a now compin for the Princess Pats has been ceptcd. ht beorme Coutts, Milk River, Warner and ew Dayton. When the spring work completed doubtless something will e done along these .lines. Free To ASTHMA SUFFERERS New Home Cure That Anyone Can Die Without Discomfort or Losi of Time. We have a New Method that cure: jrthma, and -re -want you to try it a ur expense. No .matter whethe our case is bl long-standing or recen evelopment, whether it is present a ccasional or chronic Asthma, yo hould send for a free trial of on nethod No matter in what climat 08 live, no matter what your age o ccnpation, if you are troubled wit isthnia, our method should .reliey ou promptly. We especially want to send it t hose apparently .hopeless case where all forms of inhalers, douche opium preparations, fumes, "paten etc., have failed. We wan o show everyone at our own expens hat this new method is designed i snd all difficult breathing, all whee ng, and all those terrible paroxysn at once and tor all time. This free oiter is too important neglect a single Cay. Write now an then begin the method at once. Sen no money. Simply mail coupon b low. Do it Today. D. Higinbotham FREE ASTHMA COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Hoom 213M Niagara and Hudson Sts., Buffalo, N. Y. Send free trial of your method to FRECKLES on't Hide Them With a Veil; Re. move Them With The Othine Prescription This prescription for the removal freckles was written ihy a promin- t physician and is usually so sue- in removing freckles and glv- r a clear beautiful complexion that is sold .by druggists Under guaran- e to refund the money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles under a Fernie, May seems to have created a OUR CUISINE AND SERVICE ARE UNEXCELLED. SUNDAY EVENING DINNER 5.30 to Cents. Steam Heated Front Rooms with Full Board THIRTY DOLLARS MONTHLY press hews misleading impression as to the shut- ting down ot operations at the Cor- bin mines. It is true that all underground work has been discontinued and sev- eral men thus thrown out ot employ r.APTAIN GAITSKILL TO COMMAND REINFORCEMENTS Calgary, Alia., May Gait- skill it is learned, has been recom- mended to lead the company of rein- 1 orcements selected from the attalion for immediate service, to aid a filling up the gaps in the first Can- dian contingent.- Commissioned officers accompany- ,g Cantata Gaitskill will be Lleuts. F. Robertson, T. uu, muii eH' get an ounce of othine and re- j mcnti but it lias been the intention lov'e them. Even the first few ap- j- management oi that mine to Vrthtijinake this he- mprove, reckles vanishing entirely. Bo sure to ask the druggist for the ouble strength othine; it is this that s sold on the money-lbaelc guarantee. Co., Limited FURNITURE We make a. specialty HIGH-GRADE SECOND-HAND FURNITURE When you arc in need be sure and give us a call. It will mean money in your pocket. City Second Hand Store S. make ts cange Kan to prepare what is known as the "big showing" for operation. This has at lass necn accomplished and thev have changed the getting out ot coal from a mining proposition to that of a quarrying process A steam shovel with the aid _ very few men is now loading coal on the" cars which are set alongside the outcropping of coal, and that ar- ticle is now being loaded on the cars at a ridiculously low cost, es- timated at .not more than ten cents per ton The output irom Cothin has not been diminished, rather increase, since the closing of the workings, and runs from 250 to dOO tons per day. This is a hard jolt to the niirers, but docs not seem to worry the management. Farewell Given Ambulance Men A very pleasant evening was spcn in St. Mary's Parish hall last even ine in honor ol the three members o the Ambulance corps, U. Shippobotl am, C. Karrant, and J. McDouga who have volunteered for active sc. vice The program was opened by Hex-- J. B. Francis, who introduced Mayor Bardie as chairman of the evening. Ladies of the 0 D E. were present. In the interval of the and speeches, were made by Chief Hardy and Dr. R. B. Thompson, who outlined the work of the class.. Songs were given by Miss Hall, Messrs. T. Jackson, Kilnrr, Jams, rarrant, and Miller. Other numbers on the proeram were instrumental by 0. ICav, and Hiss Glanvillc. The evening was brought, to a close by the singing of Aiild Lang Syne. YVhittaUer, D. O mla and J. II. .1 SHERIFF NAILS WILLARD Oklahoma City, Sher- iff Fate Saunders smashed in the dow of Jess Willard's private car, when entrance -was dented him yester- day, Saunders found the champion barricaded in a compartment. The champion was sued for by Phil- lips and Cutrell, wJio say they hays an old contract for Willard's 'perform- ances Willard paid his fine and costs, amounting to.1150.00, assessed against him hero four years ago lor prize fight- KEEP YOUR TRACTOR WORKING Faulty lubrication fa'the came of most motor trouble.. H you want to keep your tractor, use STANDARD GAS ENGINE OIL AIMiter'oil than Standard Gas Engine Oil; the proper lubncayt fnr more expensive and finely constructed tractors Itwll Snd teir. Besides PoUrine Motor Oil, Polari" oil or for every running part of your tractor. The'clcMiest cheapest vray to buy' SliiJard Oil and Polaine is in.our ma-bauble steel barrels faucets attached. Bruch Sutien. Domirnw 1' IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited In Canada ;