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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTfl LETTIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Every Picture Feature FIKE.S OF DIUFTWOOD 'A Suatnau leaves bin wlfo mid child an'd clopea with A handsome woman-who wna Retcued from a Wreck. SJio doBcrts him uud ho fiti-uEgles. inunrully, lifter HuO'erlng untold agony, both: monlul nnd physical, to secure ineuuu sufficient ,to make hie deserted 'family comfortable.. There iu-o nuiuy good thlngti In thin 'lUclviro, es- pcclully (or 'the thoughtful spectator. STORY OF THE WEST A true .find human. Western Ornina Hint will hold any audience This la an ivnusuul Cowboy story Ihtit SE ETHC THRILLING LEAP from" the .moving train traveling lit miles an hour. CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS A RICH-AND with the favorite "Blogmph Slfciiths" In the foreground. Tlile is "one-of those rare comedies which 'tin! aiuUrJiiue 'can appreciate every move and la bound to everyone leave tile liouae -with a broad n good uaturodfeeling. FIRST ANNUAL CONCERT AND DANCE OF THE Lethbridge Musicians Association KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL TO-NIGHT Undoubtedly the greatest musical event ever produced by local Intent In this city. Concert will commence nt 8.30'sharp. Dance nt 11 o'cloclc. cents LADIES. FREE BEHNARDSHAW is VERY WRATHY DOES" NOT..LIKE 'ATTITUDE _ OF RACE :JN.REGARD TO TITANIC 'DISASTER Loudon, -May Shaw, iu an article in Ihu Dajly unmcnLioned morals "of the Titanic disaster isks "Wlii'. is it'tliat. Llie efiecl of a sn'i- on a modern 1-icii is1 to cast into triinspotLs, not .of lint not of sympalliy with the bereaved of rescued, not nf 1 poetic expression of'Houl 'purified ,by. jiiLy rn'd terror, but of. doflance of incxpralilc' faclis undeniable facL hy nutVacfuus romantic Mr. the.stories in rrgard ;tQ .the and children ilirst" .'and t.ho: tributes to 'Captain. lie .says, is of in tlic .newspapers "as if he were a Nel- 'fth'e only thing uosi- 'livt-ly1 known' about Captain .Smith is dliat lib lost the ship by deliberate) v and knowingly steaming into, an ico- ficld at the highest speed he liad coal for." Mr. Shaw concludes is there of all this ghnstly; blas'phem- ous, inluiinin, braKgaVLly lying ?.Here is Q calamity which might make the proudest man humble and the wildest, serious. It makes unglorious, insolent mendacious. The cflcct on nic was one u[ prufuund difigust, ol imtioiial dishonor. Am I mad 1't seems to me time when ilcenlr.. mny- cd nicn should speak the truth. The English nation appears to bike pre- cisely, the contrary view- Again, I am in n -What .will be the end of it for' England. I mean, suppose we came into conflict -with a. race Lhat had tlic courage to .look tacts face ami; the wisdom to know, ilselr for what it'wasV. It is no such race is in WILL RESULT IN NEEDED REFORMS Street Car Tragedy in Cal- gary Will Benefit Peo- ple in Future Canary, May returning a verdict ol' death due lo accident, iho Coroner's jury, which yesterday Inquired Into the denlh oC Cora Ktiufer, killed by .1 street car, found lhut. insufficient earn was exercised to protect pedestrians in the OIK ra- tion Q! ihc street railway ayateni. H WHB considered necessary lo add two Important riders to Hie verdict, and theae will be brought buTore the street railway management at an curly dale. In Ihe Hrst Instance il was recommended that a uniform rule bo adopted comiielllng all cars lo fllou on Ihe near aide of all crossings, whether on jiiived or unpaved streets. From the evidence adduced it was clear that it such a rule hail bnen in force on Friday night, ihcre wouhl liave been no fatal accident. The perplexing character of dual sys- tem now in vogue was considered as the probable cause of the accident. in nddilion, tile jury found Unit the present antiquated variety of -fcr.d-ars in service "were 'woi-3e I him useless, and lue verdict recommended strongly the adoption of modern automatic fen- ders on the entire system. At pre- sent the fenders can only be dronpe-d by the pressure of a fdotbrake by the motorinun. Recent accidents have il- lustrated that n rnotorimm cannot trip., the'fender and stamp the gong ul the same time, and motonnen instinctive- ly turn to the gong. In the ca-je .of the automatic fender a twenty pound Impact will cause the crib v.Tork to drop. For Interior Finish Ef ory palnluaer often has unr for ft cood, reliable, acrvicenblo Varnish, tor interior tor doors, etc. Tlioy pre- fer i Varnish tuul will flow easily ond level out perfectly. Varoisii la made especially lor interior finish; it flows read- ily and sets froo from dual In ft few hours; hardens In about t wen ty-four hours, nnd it desired can bo rubbad nnd polished after two d.iyu. Next timo you need an Interior Varnish try.Exalita. Sold by Icadine dealer. Wtilc for free booh ol lor G.F.STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS WINNIPEC.CANADA BRANCH AT OLCAOT (Conduetsi) by FIDELIO) that several sales will he consum- mated, and Umt part of Ihe city will he opened up [or development. PROF. MODE C. P. R. HOTEL WAS CHEERFUL NEWS TO DRY-FARMING CONGRESS PEO- REAL ESTATE MARKET Building permits taken .out this morning were as' -Mrs. t.' Ncwinger, house 9th St., S., jiriO j.w.'.Detrel.'hoMt 12th U., St., X. fllOO ail dilion, 8th Staudar Garapc, iid'dilioii. to. garage, '3rd St. s., JBOO. AUCTION SALE yThursday Next, At 2.30 o'clock, at 821-611] Elrect Soulh FRANK .WADD1NGTON is instructed hy the owner... to se" puhllc auction and without reserve, a quantity oE useful Household Furniture Including dressers iuid stands, dining tahle, hcds, springs and mat- tresses, good cook.stove in new condillon, heater, bed ots, .1 large quantity or kitchen utenslle, etc.- Phonei Auctioneer's Offic'e, 410-5th.St. South. Auction Sale AT St. (WeitmirHler flond) ON Friday next, May 17th AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP FRANK WjADDINGTON, insliucted by the owner, will soli-by Auction the whole of Household Furniture Nordhelmer PlanofnrlR. in coniStloii; 3 Cabinet; Mission Oak Din- Ing'tablc; Mission Oak Hul't'ct; Dining Cbalra; Morris Chairs; Rat- tan Rockers; Dressers nnd 'Stands; FJeds anil Springs; Carpels, Rugs; Pictures; Clilna; Kitchen utensils, etc, On Morning of the Siili Phone Auctioneer's Office 4lO-5th S., City With tlis 01 the R. ibat llic general office building lately acquired from ibr C.I'.R, be tuiMicil into a tempoTJiry bolel I'or the accommodation of the eil visitors lo tlic a load liat- hcen lifted slibul- ilccs ol .tlic boavd ol in- citltiitally it lias inspired a, IcclihfrVoI confidence amoiig ihc pcoiile ot "-the ivholc city that tlic C.P.H. lias a j in Lctlihrulge and district; Vvlifcli will redound'lo t-lu- bcuclit ol the citj' iu inauy Chairman V. W. Downor of the hoard'of control, s la led. lliis moiu- oofivcrsatioii with tlic Ihtit, now lliat ihc company is mak- ingi'qrraiigpiiicnts to aid iii tlic enter- tainment o[ guests, tlic board, coil Id'direct its cITorts towaid pro- viding accommodation for Hie .vast crowds, and even if they cannot all lie .accommodated in the height ot fashion, they will be given' a place lo sleep and plenty to cat, and that lie expected everything to go swimmingly from, on. >Many people in (.cthbridge arc'just awaking to the tact that the C.P.R. now has .an inlcrcsl. in .the city. Their announce men I. oE yesterday was so unexpected that it took sonic tinie for tlic public to grasp ihc extent of what they are undertaking. Hut.the whole .street talk today of a fl.l: H. hotel. J2vcryljoily Ijolicves that Ilicy will do lliis year is lo he but the nucleus of a large hotel such as. Ihe company built in other ciL-ies. They have, an excellent )jU of j-cveii lots Avhcn: ific A. II. T. administralioii building stands.. Tins is no longer nmlcd for the purpose 'or which it lias been used since it yas first ;bnill. The railway depart- ment ha.s been entirely removed..The icad of Iho land department ,is now n and l.clhbridgo will bav'c i sub-land olHcc of Ihc company. The 'onl dcparLinenl, will be similarly, rented. With, then, such an excel-' lent site, anil ,no pnriiculnr need sneh a large Iniilding, there is -_ no doubt in the minds nl nnyouc tbat the company will next year see Its way r.lrar t.n cnlnrKc upon ivlnl- he done this year, and Lctnlirldsc will hsivc one ol Ihc lincst in Uift wcst- Tlic announcement has also given on in.'pctus to tlie real estate market, The: official lrirsl Hap- tistj loilay reccivpil wottl hum t'rof- 'Marie, of tlie Brandon Univers- ity ''-that tic has' hit de- cision to comc-licrc as pus tor of that, :ha wishes l.o re- main for. iiome" time in cducaLional "The White Squaw" Romantic PU; Well Produced There Ja-probably no character ,li hlylory that htis .boon' more nbneed tlio A iu or lean Indian. The author o "The White (Delia Clarke has endeavored to reveal the aborlg Itie 09 he really la and she has the scenes of iho play in. the Mlclil gun forests, eonio fl-fty miles from De troll-about tbe year 1820. 'The fprmanee given at the Mnjostic The utre la-st eveiilug'by'a septette ol cnp able pliiysru IB worthy of warm com mendalion. romuuo of the piece at p'nce Imparts a dcllgbt lul note of apneal that'is Irrealstible Miss Clara Greenwood, a lulenfeu youug iicUefliTin the title role, dii languished iieraeif. Tljc part assigned to 'Mrjs Greenwood Is a peculiarly ex acting one anil Ibe young larty iook i every advantage oE its emotional pos slblllttOB. Eugene WeUe'r and Ualpli Campbell in'the respeclivo cbaracler Cautlor and flruco Alnrsh- all acted wltli fine abandon and excel- lent Judgment while tbe remaining members ol the caat adjultted Ihem eelvcB with credit. The play was un- commonly well Biased ami H is lo hoped .that a .larger, audience will g-reel Its anal aupearance bore this evening, "The While Squaw" ought to appeal to lovers of the wholesome drama and theatregoers need not hesi- tate paying their mon-ey to see her. The Great Laugh Show Laughter will relgh supreme at the -.Majestic Theatre when the Great Me Ewen commences. a four night's en- gagement, commencing Wednesday, May lOlli. The''master magician, mind reader nnd hypnotist, the Great ftlcEvrea the famous Scottish enterlainer, siippprled by his own company, will present d va- ried program, please, everybody. McEwen is known-Hhc world the kins of- entertainers, and the en- tertainer McEwen is-thd.brightest star of tbe" magical.firujainuut; the sunrenje adent of medial jihlloeoyby and an entortain- er wbo lias ciiptivated tbe Intelligent minds of the entire globe. i .eiHU'ii ehuiito of (irugi'iiiu he given every night.; _ 'life of the conRtp-1 gation to learn of Prof. Mode's decision to remain his wife ami iiavc called .a musling of tlic gr.iion for evening next a. call sent to anotlicr man. BORDEN VISITS TORY CITADEL Toronto, May n. L. Bor- Premier of Canada, arrived iu To- ronto this mornlnu, in company with Hch. W. .T. While, Minister of Fin- Hon. Dr. J. D. Reid, ter of. Customs, for a few days' rest, an'd pleasure. He ivlll lac busy during tion1 i his stay uerc, and (injte a number of' e-iwm1! Inyltationa to difinera nud :social- ev- ents 'are in on him. This morning he .was-presented wllh an address o' welcome by Ihe Mayor en behalf oE tlie city. 'S ISTORED Young .Peoples'. Choral Concert Tlie program announced rpr In Young Peoples'.'-'Choral Society col cert in'Knox Church on Tuesday evsi ing next, -May 21st, IB an' attractlv one musically and promises to be wel worth henrlng.' The church will'nnm her ahout forty voices and will conducted by R. I1', Uie popi lar choirmaster of the church, wh ivill he assisted by Harry Baron, or ganlflt: FreiilE Maxwell, tenor, and B K. Fleming, haritone. Tlie chief pro gram number will be Coleridge Tay jor's' ".Hlaw.itha'B Wedding" foi full chol-r and solo tenor. The a cap ella numbers .n'llr consist o-.' Elenr's "Weary .Wind ot the "Voi Stole Sly Love" (Macfarren) and Poin ler's 'Tis Sweet to Hear tho Alero Lark." Is in aid of.the orgtm fund -and this taken In conjunc with the. excellence of the pro construction ought to attract a capacity audience. Majestic Theatre 9f W. e. SHERMAN, Miniger. PHONE To-night and To-morrow Night DELIA CLARKE'3 AMERICAN ROMANTIC DRAMA 'THE tyHITE SQUAW" Built upon Love, Romance, Laughter ind Interest A play of exceptional dramatic worth' Stage Settings tiiat are Historically. Correct TO-NIGHT-and TO-MORROW Tlie 151h Cheyenne Cowboy and Indian Frontier Celebration. The uuikns Cheyenne Janions A mil Broncho .Busier foal'. Co-wlxn Spoils ironi stiii11 to'finish. in.Prices iSpocinl matinee'AVqtlncsilny, 2.30 lo 5 p m .See the Wild Buffalo and Broncho Busting Contetls for 1911 j Championship Husband Declared Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetaltjfe Compound Would Re- ttore Her Health, And It Did. Ashland, Ky. "Four years ago seemed to have everything tlie matter with me. I hud fe- maleand kidney trou- ble mid vyaa so bid of! I could hardly rest dnyoi' night. I doc- tored with all the best doctors in town and took many kinds of medicine but noth- ing did any good un- til I tried your won- derful remedy, Lydls E. Finklmm's Vogc- arc pnnriinR. Humors thai [lie sever- al church properties KighVh will lip sold shortly arc rampant, but so (ar nothing dr.jmKe'has Lrnnspir- cil.' However, il is known that rr eyes avc turncil (in '-sites, niul u hrn pcipli1 arc convince.! ..Ihnt ncctiun lift luilcl, it is likely table Compound. My husband said it would restore my health ond it )f Mrs. MAY WYATT, Ashlnnd, Ky. There arc probably hundreds of thou- sands of women in the United States .who hiivebecn bcnefittedby this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots nnd herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. BcatTWlmt Another Woman .Cumden, N. ,T. had female trou- ble and a serious displacement and was tired and discouraged and unable to do my work. My doctors told mn T tifwrr rnuM bo cured without an operation, but thanks to Lydia E.Pinkbnm's Vcpctnblc Compound I nm currtl of that affliction and have recommended H to more than ono of my friends with the best results." ELLA JOHNSTON, 32-1 Vine St. Tf you ivnnt spfidal nilrlco Trrllc (o E. Mcillnino Co. (coiifl- Lynn, WIINS. Vonr lodcr will lie opened, nnswnreil by n uonmu and hcb! iu, strict conlldoBtu. The Great McEwen. The very name brings a smile, and it is not nocessavy ip nonsuit your lo- cal pharmacy in older to liiL-r your avoirduiioiis, as ihe udage, "laugh and grow Is fully exempli fieu in tne by the professor. To the theatre-going public it is moat difficult to place be- fore them a 'performance beyond crit- icism, but the professor has without achieved that end, and lovers of refined amusement providing food for thought, in .addition to mirth, should not miss the exhibition given nightly, commencing May 15, at the Majestic Theatre. A special feature iu connection with MnEwail's ensi mem-.hBTo'will'ba, Hie placing of a hypliiotlc subject In the vliulows of the 13Htc Cigar Co.'s store, next lo the .Morris he will remain there from 12.30. till 7-JO p.m., wlren he will bo taken Lo the theatre, and Rwnkoncd on the stage by the In order to encourage high class at- LT action a the Good Co. will present to each ]iurchasor of of (jcoii-j or more, one 50 conf scat lo the opening perfonn.iiicc on "Wednes- day, iho ]5th iiiBt. n is interesting to noto that the business men of Ihe city nre nMve to (he fact dial the citi- zens ron.uire really good entertain- inent, and the Go fid Co. are lo be con- gratulated on t'lieir enterprising siiir- t. 'The ciign.vcmeiit Is -ror nlght-jj only, and as the prices are popular namely 25 cents find 50 emits, ihe pro-1 fMaor should have Uus jilcusuro playing l.o capacity hoiieoa, Hoats are now on aale at Hochcu's Ice cream LOTS OF NAMES Ottawa, May laif-il names mentioned In connec- tion with tlic Railway Commis- sion arc J. A, M. Atkins, K.C., M. P.; Hon. 'Wallace N'csbitl, T. G. Meredith p. Ik'linulhf- and San- Kvnns "fr V V V V V V v Theatre Four May IS, 1912 GREAT .KING OF.ENTERTAINERS Master and "Hypriotlit. Aiilited 'by a pany of capable The funniett ihow on ttie 25 mils and 50 cents Special, Matinee Saturday 26c, SEATS ON SALE RARLORB 1 GIVING PRINCE AGQlTIME Paris. Jlay .t The Prince of Wales who has been staying for some lime here with the Marquis da flretenll. Inlcncla to leave for.'Toulon on J line and will embark on the trench dreaduought vUc' flag- ship 6: .the Vice-Admiral Auguslln Done do Pcyereno. The Prince will eiiend on hoard thfi hattleship, .witnessing Hie Gvoliitio'ns of the Freiieh.fleet In tlie. MediteiTimeiin.' These; are lo he arrieil out under Lhe ilirentlbn of Ad- miral La Pcyere, fornier Minister, of War, HADN'T HEARD OF MOOSE JAW STORY Ottawa, .May private sec- retary.lo Dr..Wong, the .chief Chinese Consul for. that, nblh Ing Ja known here In regard lo'tb'ej-e liart rrom "Moos-e thai Yet Sen is coming .Unnrida manil Ibnt Chinese. to hire -white1 labor hi the Dominion. He HHowiBO. tienled' that Dr. Wong has any Intention of gains to Mopee Jnw, or any other place (n tlu; AVeat, connection with the trouble-which bus nrlveii 'over the legislation-re' passed bj (be BUSINESS. CHANGE '.It jvas also stated at tbe AT Consulate that no Intimation has been eEinsi. SasK-, -Brw. Hardware Company lias, bought out .1. H.-Biielian, .who sconducts" the oldest hardn-nre business in.-Mooac Jaw. received hove of the 'the Chinese government to 're- present atlves at Ottawa cud Vancoiir Say There Are'No Lots 22-23-24, Block C, dett St. Price cash, balance 1 Terms and 2 years This will likely go quick, so get busy Exclusively by ;