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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTI'nRTDfiE TD'ATLY HERALD Tuesday, May II, Ifll3 Hayr Hdw. Co. 6th St., South Look! Watch! Jump! Opp. Herald Office f We Will Drop This Refrigera- tor Each Day Until Snapped. Price Today Tomorrow Until Yours. erators We Have the "Best" The World Renowned Perfect Venti- lation We Have the Stock, inspection Cordially Invited MACLEOD BANKER NOWANAGER WOULD HIT THE 'COAL PRODUCERS IS PLACED IN CHARGE OF THE UNION BANK BRANCH AT COWLEY (Special lo the Hindi-oil, Alia., .May lli. K. H. Krasrr, who For Ihr past lias forcu amnmUinl at thf I'u'mn _ _ Hunk lien1, 1ms iremiMl Uuil Ue u[ vousorvnviim, the. forestry branch has IHTII. apjioiutpil ORDER TO BURN OIL IN LOCO. MOTIVES IN BRITISH COL UMBIA Ullann, Miiy an informal conference held this uflrriiuun lic- lu'een Hie. incmlHT.s uE llii1 ruihviiy hoard, lilc railways, Hie commission Cowler branch mid Graves on Monday lor his position. During Mr. Krascr's stay in Jlat-lcoil lie lias Lej come Vfi'v popular and was lusl W coiHU-dcd with the Maclcod liock- llis ot tlio interior department, ami colm- sel for tin- Mi-ilish Columbia Kovcrn- ..........._ many friends i leod arc VOLT glad Ui hear ol liis up-I amended poiiilniont, al Ilic saint- time renrct- llng his departure. On Saturday night, tin1, members of Hie varimis bank Man's gathered al the Canadian i Hank of l-'oiMinciTp moms, where IheV) pRM-iilcn Mr. l-'rnsiT with a haniU sonic tic 1 F. .1. Ihc Hank of (Urilish meiil, practically all or the regula- tions [or the protection o( forests from the ravages (if tin, drafted liy the commission of conservation, were agreed to either, as drafte.l or in toi'ui. Alter heaving llw j'PIirisi'iilal ions of romisel for the llriMsli Columbia gov-' ernnienl, it was not to hriiif. into clYecl .the proposed regulation calling upon all railways opcratinR H. C.'. lo adopt oil buriiing engines: Mr. Piinjrlc represented to the confer- ence Iliat the adoption of the rcRiila- North America has been j iiqn would do great injury to the In. lhe Caiman branch at j mining industries of British Colum- I ha I hank, and left foi that place on bja, said that several of 1hc Kriday, 1 urines depend entirely upon the .sale] j .1. llrokovliki, of of coal lo railways and ivmil.l (.'amphcll it'l-'awc'elt, lias left far Ot-.j [inv'c to rinse down j[ ihcv ceased Lo MRS. THAW, MA- FRESH SENSATION Xcw.Vork-, May the tnnouacemenL Kvelyn Neshitt Thaw is in York with a son Uvo months olri, c-.inictoilay.H-Dm sowv known to.he in conslanl, .touch, with hrr, it was impossible1- today to get 1hp i-onfirmation from Thaw hei- stlf. Her w her pa bouts have not hoen made it is .vsscrtecl she is here.-. -The aiinonnccnienli u slip is nf cheques ttfCgresaiinS S.I [nc 'the baby's Rake came ;is a sr.usat.inn .such .as Broadway has lint enjoyed for years. -The story is" published in elaborate fashion hers. ANOTHER BANKER UNDER ARREST HEIR TO BRITISH. EARLDOM Aihburnhim of Fptderlcton. N. B., May One Diy-be'a Peer, St. John, N. B.i" .May report to the effect'that -Major the Hon. M, A'dhbnrnham of Fredericton hag be- next heir to the British Karldom of Ashbiirnham by the death of his brother John is confirmed by Aahburnham. .The latter has been living- in Fredericton for some yearn and marriert ihe daughter of W. II. Anderson of'lha! city. The" Inmily Is one of the oldest in the British Peerage. WILL STAY IN CANADA Gladstone, Man., Mny nl Dean.Beirord, of All Saints church- Gladstone, bag declined .in offer of transfer to Springfield. 111. Vancouver, May chants Bank clerlt has .beeii'.arrested lu connection with thefts, (o which three, young, men pleaded gulltj-j and were sentenced'to penitentiary terms last Monday: -Illcb- arn Fraaer Offilvie, until a mouth ugo. clerk in ihe1 local branch at the corn- er of-Carroll and Hastings street, way arrested last night at Edmonton charge of embezzling, a nil making fnlse entries in bank books. A police officer will leave Vancouver today for Edmonton and will bring bacK the accused. .Recent peculations; of the three, bank clerks, .who admitted their sulk amounted to over STEAMERS COLLIDE. San Francisco, May Bteam schooner San Pedro, bound for Eure- ka, ran 'down.a.wooden sailing achonn- Mayflower, bound for Cotjuolt River, Oregon, early today, miles Point Reyes. A collision with the Sair Pedro caused the sink, ing oi tlie steamer Columbia, off siiel- ter Cove, on the coast. July 23, 1D07, when sixty-six lives were lost. MINER HURT AT 6RIDGEND "PATENT. MEDICINE" AUDIENCE parent medicine melhod of. atlracllng and plng your congreBaUona la nil ex- treniely clanseroua one. and will work out church IHn.aa Ihc pa'tcnt' medi- cine will In Ihc life of the liodj-." So nnM Rev. Dr. S. P. Tor- onlo in addressing the fl'ealnj'an Col- lege convocation last night. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND VVALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.CX. ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAQER 'CAPrrAL. _______REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES by The Bank of Comment are the most convenient Won III which lo carry money when travelling. They are ncg-otiahli if-lf-idenfifyinf, and the exact amount payable in the prln- iountriti is printed on the face of every cheque. tit inued in denominations of V flO, and ilH bt obtained on appiicniion the Bank. In conntction with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Crnnmierec iiiiied ii booklet entillcd "Information nf Intercut to which will be sent free lo anyone apolyiiiR for it. Uthbridge Branch G. G. Mgr, Bndgend Mav ac cident llie'.hiine.. tpduy when, one the ,'a-foreign nimcd foe Poiioueitch was caug'it in-front of hc'Avaa" driving and had one foot foudh (flushed It ip Ivira the unfortunate man was regu latins the speed. bC''by sitting on the front n and using hla feet tq check the-'iVliecl in (.he..proper.manner, when his feet in some tween the lies'and the d'r; drugging him off. He was at .once carried :to" Hie doctor's office where Dr. D'Arc dressed his -woniids and hnr] him re- moved to the miners' hospital at Dln- muni! City. The Tan nig' Chih have comiReuccd work on 'heir new court and expect to have it in condition in u short time. i The Junior, baseball team again won from Diamond City junior.In a game played last Saturday afternoon. They have won every 'game they, played this season. This Is. a good record, boys, but don'l get Ion-confident and forget 10 iirncllce. John Delonny visited friends in ihu country oil-Sunday last. The Great West Club gave a very successful social enterlnlument on Tuesday lust. This la mcet-I ing the Great West Club will havoj nnill September IStli! -.Miss L'aura Hay. Mity Ann Porter, .Mrs. ShoIIinld nndMiss Alice Uiivjg were visitors In town 'during the week. The contract. Tor Iho new brldgcurl school haa.been let to SmlUi Bros. ,t ,WHson. Tlio buIMIng Is lo be ready Ijy. Hit opening of the next school j term. i Or. G. H. Rate who. been, visit- ing In tfilmonlon, reUirnnd on Frldny. tawa, ivlici'e lie. will appear-in a-ciisc' i recently .appealed "li'om Ihe' Supremo Court oi Aihcrl-j liain- sil-tlhR' Calgary. TJiis casr orisiiully i decided in'uivor nf, [lie defendant- by .Indsc.Hfck at Macleod. Mrs. GcorgR Skelding has left on a lour nionlbs'. [rip to her old hoii.c in 'Scotland. The dance in aid o( Hit maclcoit j Hospital, which was given i" I town, hall last Friday evening by j the lailies of the Presbyterian i proved to lie very successful and.was cxccplioimllv attbndedl The sum I u[ riised ninth u I po to wards the "furnish in IT bl a ward in the hew general hospilal. Tlie cement work on- the I.cather block is ii6w complct-ed aiiil the brick, the .is now being hauled. Jicginning on V I of Uu Li LH flu itrt will (.hinge the piogiain the nishtlv- -'instead ;oi aiirec 'Limes a week. i I hnUe Carpenlcr of Ihe Lai nj.iy IJisliiLt C oiift-, jnd recently o[ was For Iho wcek- Lnil is i mici t of I Ion Malcolm Mackenzie K I AT LJ I Mr Millar F Ur solicitor ib in Maclcod: on .Salurjjiv -on, business in. connection -Conductor Alanm cast ulnt-Ti j-is i pro. limuiin iKinni., on Saturday rt ilh -the result that .--Martin was comriiit- ted For trial. Mailin.ivas arrestetl at, .he.station on the-return rr.oin_ his C-janbrook run early, last wpek, chars :ed with Lhcft from'; the C.P.R. while acling in his .capaciiy as 'conductor on-his train. "A'rhor Oav was.celebiatcd as a half "holiflav hv most of the business mei The pupils of the Maclcod public and High schools belli Ihtir annual sports on that day-at the Fftir jrrounds. These.sports were very -good'find wrrc well: attended the prices awarded wcrc-vcrv kccnlv con LcsIcA for. lake output. Tile propose'ci. regulation which would liiive prevented taihvays' from'1 liynile coal .in eiiginL's was agreed-to. It was held over to pivo the railways an opportunity to make fur I her lupieKcnlations and also lo give the commission an 'opportunity I lo'look ,inlq thn aspect of the1 matter as Ihr jurisdiction of the! board was challenged by counsel for .ihe railways. 'Mr.'" Scolt sid'cd Ihe .other i commissioners, present .being J Professor iUcLenn ami- A. Gobdevc. LARGEST. COAL FIELDS IN THE WORLD R smoke the niosquifoes; jn eveningf And to bnVsJrtlie I simply endure Ihein! liave' changed! Now we know that these Insects were the of spreading dangerous.diseases, and protect our homes and families by screening.them out. IT PAYS both from the standpoint of comfort and convenience or health. i Our stock of screens and screening permits fit any door.' or window- We handle the best quality which will last for This means that you cap put them up in a next season thus saving you the time and troublc'-of CiUIng new ones as well as the cost of buying them. How about screening off that porch? It will be the most pop- ular place in the neighborhood. Come in and see how really will cost. C W. GRAY "The Best Hardware House" Some Wonderful Discoveries in .Baffin's Land Montieil tlie Ingest coal helds in the uoild on (.miidnn Boll lb the belief'ibf- Cap.tain Junes, a mem- ber of the" C exploutlon pirlj iibojid Captiln "Bernier s Aictic He was iii.aiqiitreal on Sa'tiirda'v J he fields Captain Janes. Tie located in Halhn s J and mil the bj i cjclone The limber, "are Just 100 miles apart. In snite oT .their high altitude lie cleclaies they will be workable al] the year, round. The (.oil is so eiMlj 31 cured can be dug from the surface ivilh a shovel. he "discpvereil au immense.-roresi-iiv perfect preservation., :Thc; tlue cast aiul ,west. arc laid ai llQt 13 iiold blown declares, is In perfect shnpc. Even Ilic cones, from the. tree tops arc us- frosli as the .clay1 they fell.' AL the jivesent day there is uoL a tree growing for 1000 miles around the buried forest'. .METHODIST. SKYSCHAP.ER Torpnjo, ,-Ma.y jMetbod- ;i leu- story, p.iiblishlug lipnae inul oHicc-buIId- Facts About "Sunshine" Furnace Understudy of the WELL KNOWN LAfiY DEAD AT VICTORIA RICMESON BEARING UP WELL lloston, JInss., .May. seenls lo ho standing 'uji. well under ihe anlil the -former .mlnls- tr.-r'a ooiinael. A. Jlorae. upon GharlOM Blreet Jail aT- ler his customary- mornliiK ylelt lo the condemned la to die next week for the murder of Avla Lln- nell. "I know nothing, of rourac, of Ihe results or.cnnclltRlona of UICHC In- aanliy experts, appointed hy Gover- nor continued .Mr. 'Morse, "but I looks as If all reports would lye In Ihe hmnlH of I ho governor hnfore I lie rcnular council meeting on Wed- lluaday." Victoria, .H. Mny 1 ART np.s Dean (.'ameron, [he 'well known writer and lecturer, died at, St. .Jos- eph's hospital this following an operation for''appendicitis, after a[ short illness'. was a