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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta HE LETJJBItlDGE DAILY IIERALB Sadiriliiy, May JO, ID 111 "ARE YE Then say "The Florentine" Ji-r Cream Parlor is tin- 1'riilo of Let hi) ridge City. 5 And i.ho now mnmigcmoui is irivinu1 iln> pulilic excellent service Quality Counts and Imvo ii Try us lor FRUITS, CANDIES, SODAS. ICK CUKAM, CONFECTION KKY ANDREWS CARLILE, Props. ODOFEW IN ft FESTIVE Monarch Theatre To-night JOHN STERLING, ALDERMAN A Drauifttic inil> ill lu-o reels. THREE CURKING COMEDIES lOc and 15c GRAND HliKAU DRAVVIN'R MAY 20th. JtBTS, EDUCRTIOPT. HEDICIHE. SCIEHCE. Including EflGlHEEaittG jtr ts_JTim m er Session HOME STUDY Tte Arti COOTM b> UVea bj jtudiatt laf to B ridnalo saast atttad DCI foe C3janji.n O.Y. Out. fNlVERlTl SIR ROBERT PEBKS DINED METH ODIST SENATORS AND MEM- BERS AT OTTAWA ('.V. A. H. Ullawa. May a.-Sir Robert W. I'crls, tlie ucll Uotui conlrarlor ol 1-JngbnJ, our cl the j leaileis ui 5lcttiodivin in England, j wave a lotlay or "love; Tcail" as it was humorously termed Ijy of Hit guests, to all Methodist pastors in tlie .Metliuilists in senate and lin'.ise of foii-.mons and ucoui Methoriist layinrn. It uas an informal function, a kind jt iarnily (-alhriing where political difiercRces uerc tor .SHIP tj FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Or. Martcl'i Female have been the Standard for 20 yean and 40 prescribed and recommended by Physicians. Accept no other. At all drug- gttli. CLOSING DAYS KINGSTON ONTARIO Ask for rates by [lie Donald- son Line. H vrUl- surprise yon Illtle the' trip will coal. .-Large, .new steamers. Ultto- date Morv orerc1 Saturday. Make -your reservations for information aek S. B. Mitchell, C. P. R. Agent, or wrfle 'H. E. LI OMAN, 1 General Agent. 349 -Main ;Street Winnipeg, the the i the ineul Kayrnor.d. May Academic year closes May 16. Tlifre will he four graduates who will receive their tlle dip'omns, they arc alio writing be ami .where .Methodism tirade XII. of Ihe provincial course. The 'noil successful year iusti ssed ad infinituni. As ot the abw.ce ot party dit- has terenees, Huti. Speaker Sproule sat ,d, notwithstanding rop years, there have llie Banquet Followed by Speeches, Elocution and Song-A Clever Original Poem yeais of active cxis- tsnco was celebrated by tiio Lolh- brldso No. 2., Independent Or- der ot last nle'ni !r. tliclr anniversary meetliig and banquet. At llie condition o! tho resular lodse session, the repaired lo the bnuquel hall unU, with many outside tnciida, dlil justice to a splen- did supyer. Tho attendance was n record one, aud allno-Jijh tho diuluB isble baa a large capadly. it was nee esaary to have two sittings to uc- conimoilile the large number of (UQSU. Many of the oW timers uore (irrsont and in llie short Ulfcs given, wero ro minlscent ol the U-enty-four jeavi of luccossful fraternallsm enjoyeJ Sy Ihe lodge. .The lodse was Instituted on May ISlh, 1SSS, and. thb lirsl raeolings wero held in tho old postoliico block; md later In the Oliver Mock, until 1509. when''ho present commoilloMs quarters were obtained. At the conclusion of tlie banrjuei the members and gnesis adjouiued to the large audUorlnm where speeches, songs ami readings wero i order. Mr. Hurst gnve s'evernl BBlecltoas on the piano were all welt reu dercd ritid Mr. W. PecbleB read an origins which was RS cleverly spoken as it bud been composed. Mr.'A. Niven, delighted the aud lenc-u with two splendid comic sketch as. one a history of the apple, an' an encore "Setting the Ken." Al. Morris gave a sons and recita tion. Mr. Mcllvena sanK "All Hand! pn- on Deck" and Mr J W. Held, of Vfa j r, OaU CIOII I u- CQ I WU an" u opposite Dr. Clark of Ked Dwr, oa" m, duct Lodge. Xo. 53. read an broke the btca-J at the same table Mlert loO hign sctool students, som, certainly merited tlie Ions and nd agreed on tliis occasion they -have been taking tlie regular courses Umh Chiistian broth- while, others have taking special MS. lir. Frank H. r.rrell of and Mr. U. H. Bennett oi lsaty, sat together 'and others did also middlc- courses, The young men aged, have heen taking prepare them for the realises ol life, g[ such as metharnc 'arfs, and cabinet Sir Kobeit Perks that -building. The young uoruen who do more consideration br shown to the not to specialize, Imve been applause U received, Mr. Held ha men, also mmaic- E king comset which pl-ov-lnce and toe dlalec t UL from the Old. taking domestic science and art-, the Coimtn on iheir arrival, in Canada j real necessities-in ihc home. Those at.d urgeil a closer federation in J who wanted to and had time took a regard to iliis mutter be recognised course in musk-, snd a sreat number and brought about. Me deplored came just for that lound that apaiht uf the laymen ol ihe church j the courses here and the teachers are in Canada inward the wort of the i as goorl and qualified as they are Is church and sialcii tnat they uece too j a studio.- The academy doors are busy triing-lo gel rich. Sir Macfeea-! npeu to every individual who feels others rndordp.i what that it is worth while to enter Sir Hubert Prrks saft. j school. Theie are several societies Among the glints present were I and claas organizations, a social fra- Sir Mackenzie Roweli, lion. T. S. Itemitj-, and many opportunities for Sprnule, Hon..Sam Ton. T. development ol tho individual. VY. Crotht-rs, Senator haniel. K. B. Thursday nijhl at S o'clock the a Undents as a student body orgaoiza-1 ORRINE CURES DRINK HABIT So uniformly successful has OK- TUNE been In reatoring the victims of ihe "Drink Habit" into sober and use- ful cittiens, and no strone Is our con- jidenca in its curatiio rtjat want to the fact that ORB IKE Is eold under this positive It, after a 'rial, you get no benefll. your money be refunded. O RHINE coats only 51.00 bor. Ask for Free Booklet. Cross Drug Store, Ltd.. Acedia Block. Some Morris Theatre Pointars Time: Monday night, sharp. Occasion: The Franlc Rich Corn- ran y. Title: "Variety Isle." Two good comedians. Pour clever singing maie Four bpa'-illful leading prlma rion- Ten Dinging ARO dancing cborus ia accurate. The last alanca seamed to (he feeling ot those present last night "Ma frlon1, excuse lo mo, Von'ro lookln' lak de stranger from do ton, to "Sure t'liig; monsieur, Tin siounln' litre, Bui w'al's tie nauift of "Ha Ila.-inR fitorT, you never "ear De plnco dfy call Ijelli-brUlso? 1 dat's ilo CABO jus' stonuin1 hern lleforo you cross do rid go; abon'En' you somet'iliB hi Soiulern Alb' lice p. cows ami cats, flax, bnrlcy. wheit, .An.' ploiily alfalfa." Suppose you ink' a wrUh uie, Pour visile la long you'ro stayiti1 on (ilhcii You'll hme no tarn to kill. t'ing wo see- ile- vlnduci, Uelong dc C. V. U. longcs' bridge high ns CRU bcL you two olyarV -Vn' den TVC Rot do ttalt Coal Des' coal iJnt you can goi; We sell ii Hfiy cents. An' not coin' bus.', von hrt; Al-so lieeg lanir dat'a An1 many farm ndl-- You t'ink we tvui't at Jin frien', Uat's sure all lot. .Ve'ro grow tie very bos' of wheat Ou w'at yCMi call "Dry believe in drink too niochc. It's doing too uicrho harm. al-so got de water-works. Conl mine power plajii, ariyt'lng dat's gooJ, we Dtra's we don't want. J'B sirc-et ratl-wny an' lois of slreo Dat's puny nice to Hotel an' bank, an' sewerage Sonut'lns nouvean to mc- But talk about de got It here for s-.ire, place dey call Henderson You can't beat it no more: An' it's com to fine building. We've- tftfcin" jiremier prix, jnce an' bnsintss Mocks w'at yon r.ever see: AD' non- ire're rcarli jjuportant Oddfellow's Blcck dey Dere's somet'ing going on (j'p in do loilKc-room Carvcil, K. -I. Ucll, R- ot Calgary, Uichard Hlaiti, A. Broxler, A. Ijvichanan, (Jerman, D K. Law, Samuel- St.arpe, W. X. Sharpe, l.evj, Thompson, William right- and a number of local pastors id laymen. In spile ol the that he is iti his aiuetielli year. Senator Sir keniir Cornier premier of Canada, presented a fine lypc nl niauliooil Rhfn he .rose 10 vpeak. His voice was Hear and his remarks testified that lie still is an sthJe uiator. In to the splendid work sonic ol the piouuers ot the disl church had Uruie in the face ot great difficulties and hardships, cou- pled n. severe climate at times, Sir said "1 came lo this country in IS33 ami if I the privilege' tu live for a lew Inujter I shall be nint- Jy old, v.hcn I think 1 am a (air specimen of "what ths CanaJian climate will do for a young man if he v.-jll live the right lite." OuUiJe. Props Col. Sam H'ighos h'unsotously ie- jnarkeil that )m had no idea ihere were so many ('liristiansi in ihe house of commons who might he re- garded as props of ihc rhitrch, even if they were outside pmps. He eu- tioo, will an evening's enter tainmeaf. The following-ts the pro-, gram School Song lavocatioa SoDg i Salutary Asael Palmer Pi- ano DLiet Freshman Dong Sulo Sophomore Song Vocal Duet Jun- iors' Pertonnance Reading, Seniors' ChaminaUe Cornet Duet Faice Maple Leal- Commencement Friday, May 16, at li) o'clock School Song, Al- ma Mater Invocation Quarteile by Riudeots ol Welcome, Pre- Iframwed Piano Solo, Miss IK Valedictory Address, Heher y'...a; Solo and Quartette Students; Ida Parntil Piano. Duet, Allen ami l.uciie Kinzle; Address to Graduates Presentations of Diplomas, President II. S. AlEen Vocal Solo, Myrtle (Jibli Reaitins, Mis. Ward 1.. Tanner Piano Duet, Kern and Rettd Song. At six o'clock' in the there V---H be a banquet under the direction nf the Alumni and at 8 o'clock a dance will be in the Academy ball, open to Ihe public. Aiter listening to several more shor addreBEes by members of ihe 'lodg the vlsltliig loJges ana the press, tb rueoling was iidjourned by the sing ing of "Should Atrtd' Acquaintance and all weut home feelin that the annlversary'lind been fitting ly celebrated, and Ihtu U go< to have been Mr. Held'B poem follows: My Trip Ma I'm fetlin' bit aurpr You're callin' TUB lak You're surely mus' 'be makin' he Don'l fcnosv it I'm not de man for mak de eloc'Jte, Tree bleu, I'll do ma. Why should any other cereal be called as good" as Because Kcllogg's is known to bcihcbest and most nutritious cerenl em the Because the sale of KciioggVCorn Flakes is enormous as trade returns will Because another large modern factory, the best and most sanitary in Canada had to be built to take care of our constantly in- creasing Because the imitator, knowing these facts and having few selling arguments for his own product thinks to create a market for it by comparing it to Kellogg's: qualities of Kellogg's Corn L. cannot be counterfeited. big packages at lOc. Look fof the signature. But it I'm raakin' plenty moche mis- Jus' pleas' forget de res'. I'm feelin' very sad one I'm leeve on Mon'real; De banks refuse to pay de I'm loaln' all ma. pa.1: De bosB he's put rue out de door, He's got no work to do, w'at you t'ink, it's purly bard, For aura I'm feelin' blue. "Let's so Inside an' set w'at's Ma frien- is to me, An' ;o we're passin' 'troo de door An' gettin' innn surtiris'. Dai's dey call ue Letlibrklge n-'ai's meetin" here tonight, Don't t'iuk i'm makin' mocbo ni I'm goitin' in jus' risbt. Jookin1 nurty happy bere An1 havln' lots of fun; Don't I'infc. ma frien', I'm gettin' scaie An' mak' aUcmp' to run. com' an' sbnV dp bun' wltl me me feel at .home; Bon BOSr! ma frien', an' many I'm feelin' glad I come." I'm 'bout tic conlrce RAYMOND hudgtt o! eful dorscd what had hfn said, cncourag- 'rJe. ling the ininiigr'knt, and adrocatcd An of scenery and ef- as.siKfsrjrc being Riven to ects. sew arrivals in Liife we-st, r spec Sally sor.g j to young inarr looking for honie- j steads, lie ciipd c-ases where this had betjn done with good results. Directly opposite Dr. Sproulc sat jMr. Michael Clark, of Hed Deer. Of it '.vas R Ci'iincidencp, and Mr. Sprotile, not lacking in Irish wit, ap- pcpuiatei! il. lie by touching i-l'On ihe he hod gained Bun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots, since )ie tcK.k ovfr his posi- How to Rtmove Easily (t'.Dn in Hie house of commons. I "I thtnt of the Jines of Hero's a chance, MIRS Freckle-face orie ol the. Methodist to try a remedy for rrecklc-a with J hu und lie looked smilingly at Freckle-Face I D. HI gin-1 Co.; .anJ a few appllca- shout, tlona-'should i now you how easy U iulClatW toi to rid yourself of the homely freckles! t-lr a beautiful complexion, as' Rarely-is" more than one ounce need- ed for the worm, case Rti'sijrVlo'uk the dniRgiat for tlie dutibfe strength as ihia'iR ihe prescription colri under Kimr.iniee of money back if it falls lo remove laughter, in a IfndinR pjrt. V nlassiried Sir (lohcrl "sturdy non conformist" threat ar.d lunii. was nti mean compliment, 1 coember fur lied IJccr maintained, in view of -the fact thnt the st.cinl prcs- sure that is broirghl in on a jjiiau of Sir Kobcrl's HinnilDsg in iJic Iltcv. ii. of Dominion Mftliiodisi t'Juirrh, spokf on bchaJf I of ihr. iniFiidtcr.L: uf clrndnimatmn in L-ily :md D.tti-p] Every Woman Should That splendid, pleasantly bubbling tonic which Bllm- u orflTJins and rids Ibe blood of Impurities, Ros cbeelcc vfgoroui hetlt reward tbe uie of Abbty'a Suit. A Bot'.U Home To-day. At all Dey call de Oreat Beeg Wes1, lookln' on de paper soon For place I'm bes'; Uut place it's all