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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 1? The Lcthbridgc Daily Her aid, Friday, May and seethe ninurrn iHiirsrn nn x ll.ll LUIIfULII Ju The Pioneer Lumber Co. still continues to take the lead in quantity, Quality and in price. Don't forget this when you contemplate build- .i ,1 I j. "1 117 avg siiD'ccts to consider. We handle the best lumber line in the city. THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submitted by Ruth In man in the Pioneer Lumber Co.'s Ad Competition CEMENT .'SIDEWALKS CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS Phone 1344 for Estimates on this kind of work H. J. GOODE Concrete Works 523 Smith Street "GIRL IN P.E.I. AGAIN FALLS INTO HYPNOTIC SLEEP TEAMING AND EXCAVATING COAL ORDERS promptly delivered KENNEY BROS. Phone 679 611 Crabb St. '-irnit'jre Repairing and Gen- eral Jobbing In rear ol 918 Ford Street Phone 610. JOHN CRAIG, Repairs ?t the home promptly attended to. SWALLOWS A COCKLEBUR; DIES Evansville, Ind., May Kate Wallace, 18 years old, died to-day from the effects of a cocklebur in her throat. She swallowed the bur four months ago, and physicians never suc- ceeded in removing' it ENGLAND'S FOUR GEORGES She Creates Fresh Delusion In the Minds Of All Around Her-f hey Imagine They Hear Laun- dry Machinery and See Lights Such as Shej Lived Among In City Charlottetown, P. B. I., May taking them twice a week. Margaret Cheveiie, ol New Zealand, While in this state she is so com- under the hypnotic spell that P. E. I., whose strange i I she cannot be awakened, although the of psychological phenomena hcE Judging from ine expression 01 much wonder excitement up- OQ vigorously, tory, Kiug George of England needj on lhe peOpie of that neighborhood b expect but little opportunity for tjme agO> has broken out in a sonal distinction in the high career fresh. ypot, so to speak. It will be that- lies before him. The history of remembered that the girl some his line, particularly of the fourim0nths ago caused such Lruelph Georges, is one of constant j by her strange actions that many of suppression of -the individual and con-, the people in that section oi the stant emphasis of the state. Monar- i country imagined that she was chical government to-day is an im-jsessed o! the devil. In conditioll she wiu answer pos- personal force, clustering round the Her powers of causing delusion up- person of king, and at its best On tne sense 0[ hearing were great when permitted to move without pe0ple could not sleep on ac- sonal direction. hcount of the noises which they im- George I., an alien; George II., a sol-J agined they heard. These "noises" dier; George III., a dogmatist, and could be heard for miles away, and George IV., a menace, all achieved-there was no cessation of them until! what claiju they have ton fame by j the girl was taken away from her suppressing themselves and permitt- home and placed in the Hospital for ng the great forces of the English itfle Insane at Cnarlottetown. people to have full swing. It was Here she remained for several rectly questions of various character dealing with the past and present questions of which she could have had no previous she can do nothing in the way of fore- telling the future. The parish priest, Rev. Dr. Walker, has now, however, forbidden anybody to subject her to tests of mind-read- ing. WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE DON'T FORGET TO STAY AT Tke Hotel Alexandra The Leading and only First-class European Temperance Hotel in Alberta Private Baths and Telephone in Rooms A First-clajs Cafe in Connection Open Day and Night Auto But to Meet Trains Excursion Parties a Specialty N, H. MURRAY, Proprietor WE COLLECT RENTS A FEW OF OUR NEW ONES 7 houses on Argyle Avenue. 3 houses on Cutbill. 1 house on Fisher. 2 houses on Coutts St. 1 house on Ashmead St. 1 house on Burdett St. 3 houses on Westminster. Above are modern and very easy terms. Besides these we have a list of 40 more, all good buys. AND SOME BUILDING LOTS Five (5) splendid lots on Cutbill. Two (2) in Riverview at a snap. One (IV on Reid St. Four (4) on Coutts St. Six (6) on Ernest and Courtland. Six (61 on Courtland and Block 12S. Two (2) on Ernest St. facing east and about 50 others not quite so high and about 40 others very cheap. BUSINESS PROPERTY- TWO nevertaeless St. Louis, Mo.. May ll.-The state r A mi i AC A- FARM. his policy of letting things alone! came to town and had her removed was just what England wanted. Young j from the hospital to her home, in the King George will find this decidedly eastern part of the Province, negative quality perhaps the most. Nothing further regarding her was the case is causing considerable inter- Missouri through the immigration est among psychologists who last night, offered a five acre heard of her wonderful operations. farm to any person in the United _ _ Those who have been interested who makes the greatest num- imporuint lesson from the life of his heard until a few days ago, when it i the girl's mysterious behavious are j her of words out of the letters in the first namesake. was learned that she has become sub-1 living in expectation of something j words Missouri Homes." A truthful historian said of George; again to the strange hypnotic i more wonderful to recount. i The winner will he announced by I. that "later England was governed i worse by better men." :Gov. Hadley at the land congress at My next shipment of Cadillacs arrive about May 15th. I am advised by tlie manufacturers that the Alberta alotment for 1910 has been exhausted and that orders must be placed early in order to take care of .my customers; Please see me at once if in- teres-ted. See me for 34x4 inner tubes. T. S. MACKENZIE I I i hurrying to the king's bedside when Gity Department The McMillan Lend Compaq Suite 205 Sherlock Building Phone 544 COLLECT RENTS The second George was asleep when j Pitt's silver and blue liveries met him summoned to the throne and promptly [and the premier told him he was king, called Walpoie a liar when awakened i His youth was clean, he spoke the Eng by the great premier with the newsllish language. Two romances, un- or his father's death. This prince tainted with the grossness of the age, had given proofs of personal courage made him somewhat of a hero, and at Oudenarde and Malplaquet, hut i yet one of the darkest periods of Eng- had few kingly qualities as we history came about through his jard them to-day. His shameless adherence to a fixed convic- Tlie revolt and independence of the LOOK HERE Improved unimproved lands. All prices. Irrigated farms, close to the city. A few excellent Business blocks. i evidential lots in any part of the city.' Life and fire in- surance. Loans on Farm and city property. Coal in carloads. Come up and see us. The Lethbridge Lud aid Coal Co. personal amours reached their height j tion of what be thought was right. in the case of Madame Walmoden.i whose husband he bought for and whose house in Hanover was his j most frequent resort, and yet this i wfvikness. gross and disgusting as it i was. enabled his royal queen, Caro-1 line, to play upon her loutish lord and j rerain to Uio service of England the i niishty mind of WaJpole. George n. selfish and avaric- ious: ho was tha: wretched anomaly, a king immoderately rich, with a i starving people, and yet the glor- jies of Enplish arms, abased by the j Stuart victory at Prestonpans, shone strongly at. Culioden. and in Wolfe's a: Quebec. John Wesley, MR. HERMAN DY1N6 OF STOHE !N THE BLADDER Gin PiUs passed the Stone 513 James St., Hamilton. "Fotrr years ago I was taken down with what the doctors called Inflamma- tion of the pains in tb- back and loins, great pain and in urinating. The pain was g7eatcst in ihc of the bladder and the attacks which became more frequent, amounted to unbearable agony, and I became sc Oeorge IV., "the first American colonies must he charged ;Ironton'Mo-'on directly 10 the policy of George III., ,_ at a time when the Napoleonic wars i were racking Europe and threatening !o turn established government into a personal empire of tiie Little Corsi- can. From his promising youth he sank gradually into a bitter unpop- ularity with the people and his last days were a hideous travesty of king- jship. Blind, deaf and imbecile, he slowly died in fact, although dead to his people for years. The splendor of the names of 1 Fox. Burke. Johnson. Garrick. Hog- artn, Sheridan. Smollet, i Fielding and Goldsmith gave luster I to his reign. The victories of lington and Xelson were no less not-1 able than the -triumph of free as represented in John Wilkes, but rhe bent that a true historian can say of George III. is that he was "as The Bow Island Board of Trade have just put out a well compiled pamplet seting forth the opportunities with 1 which the town and district are bristl- ing. Not only is uic booklet full of interesting ami useful information, but its typographical appearance is excel- lent. LARGEST THEATRE IN NEW YORK SOLD kings went, according -to his lights, a good man." So much can hardly be said gentleman I one of the greatest, religious influen-j ices of any age. smote the slumbering conscience of the people with his {trilling appeal. dive's genius glow- great names of Walpoie and Pitt give the reiyn of this indifferent, monarch j dignity and honor Europe." who is variously arraigned as "false and devoted to "vulgarity, profligacy and estranged from his father, a "treach- erous lover, a perjured friend, a tlint I could not walk across the floor. Doctors could do nothing to help me. My wife read in the paper about Gin Pills and sent for a box. From the very first I fcit that Gin Pills were doing tr.c good. The pain was _. i relieved at once, and the attacks were ed in India, Johnson, Pope and Sterne) ]css in weeks the Stone (heartless fop. and a soulless and, exalted English literature, while the i in the Bladder came away and the pain i yet hJs visits to Ireland and Scotland stopped entirely Ihavctiadnorctufnof the spectre of rebellion, perhaps the trouble ana have not lost a davs work on account of it. I cannot dependance on safe ad- myself strong enough when I speak ol saved his country from peril. what Gin Pills have done for me. Whcnjwj'iie the very irrelision of his age I remember how I 1 i am healthy and well and strong and able i emancipation of to do a full day's work, I feel I shouk! Catholics one of the great steps speak and leil other sufferers of my ex- Jin freedom. pcriencc and of the wonderful ol r r> Gin Pills" cnieltio? of George 'to his wife, JOHN HERMAN. scandalous private life, his mean- blio policies and his weak .-.L- 477 Open Evenings Thus George I.T speaking no Eng- lish, enamored of ngly mistresses, and sunk in gross physical indulgences, i described as "dull, stolid and profll- ga-to. fond of heavy oating. immoder- j ate drinking and low conversation." j without any sympathy with the coun- ''try over which he was called to saw England emerge from the perils; of the Stuarts and the uncertainties i of the House ol Orange into the light: or parliamentary freedom and a na-j tlonal prosperity. i His grandson, George HI., came to j the throne under better auspices. He i was young, keen-eyed, well colored and some figure of a man. He was ARTHUR- You don't have to buy Gin Pills to test them. Simply write The National Drug prices, made him a very poor fig- i Chemical Co. Dcpt. AD Toronto, ano j uro of a king, nnd yet he Is said to' Osrar Hammerstein and his son Arthur who have sold out their Opera interest to the Metropolitan Corn- have done less harm than his father pany, two of his famous Operatic St ars and the Xew Philadelphia Opera House, of his yielding to good ad- and feel that at last yon have found the remedy that will do you buy j visers. Gin Pills at your a box, 6 for Remember, please, lhat Gin Pillsarcsold on a positive guarantee of a cure or your money back. And this foaiantee is backed by the largest wholesalednif house in Canada, who wiii take your unsupported word if you waml four roooey refunded. tf UNDERWRITERS TO TAKE UP DUNSMUIR'S LOAN, London, May underwriters have had to take 95 cent of Dun- smuir's colliery loan of pany N7ew York, May 10. Mr. Oscar Hammerstein is out of opera. At a figure considerably more than 000 the director of the Manhattan and Philadelphia opera houses has sold his entire opera interest in New York and Philadelphia to interests al- lied with the Metropolitan company, retiring for all lime from the opera Held. This gives the Metropolitan a practical monopoly in the United States. Operatic and theatrical circles of New York were more than startled when the news of this greatest opera deal ever consummated became known. For several weeks there had been rumors that Mr. Hammerstein was Hkely to retire from the opera field, but the reports always met with prompt denial from all concern- ed. ;