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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 15.1911. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HEKALD Page 7. THE VICTROLA Price 't ARISTOCRATIC. in every way. WHAT? The VICTROLA of The up-to-date Canadian is Quick to see the advantages of the VICTROLA and discards the old for tho he is confronted by incontro- vertible facts. Assuming you to be of that class, seeking the highest efficiency in the interpretation of the best music by the world's greatest ar- tists, we invite .you to call and hear the VICTROLA. Let us explain "EASY modern way. RISCH PIANO CO. PHONE 791. NEW DOMINION BLOCK. RASPBERRY JIM MADE A GETAWAY But .Was Found Hilling Under a Pile of- Ashes has' a world-beater in the Marathori line, who is ano.ther dusky ...opponent, of Tom Longboat. At least that's what Const. O'Con- nor of the police force says, and he ought to know.' f'e 'an experi- ence this morning that tipped him off to that startling discovery. It seems he was detailed to accom- pany the nigger, Slim. Jim, or Rasp- berry Jones, which is his Sunday ap- Appropria'te Sermon by Minister of Wesley Church Sunday was the day set apart by all English-speaking people of the world as Mothers' Day, special sermons be- ing preached -by nearly all the minis- ters of the different churches on this subject. Mothers throughout the peiiation, to the barracks this morn- length and breadth of the land took a notion he would like to train down a little before taking oc made to the queen of every new ion. so when the officer left him !heart- ule EDITED Office Phone, Residence BY "UNO." 1224 620 DOESN'T CREDIT OLIVER CHARGES Hostesses tomorrow- Mrs. J. R. Anderson. Mrs. W. F. Gow. Mrs. J. G-. Robertson. Not receiving tomorrow- Mrs. Arthur Hayr. Mrs. H. B. Williamson. Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. Mrs. J. W. McNicol is home from Montreal, Mgy Scott o'f Saskatchewan is at the Windsor Hotel today on his way to England to attend j the 'Coronation ceremonies, to which {he has been officially invited as the _________________________________j representative of his.-province. He .will 'sail' from New -York on the Carruama j number of Lethbridgeites who wore this week and will ibe accompanied by carnations in honor of the Scott. Twelve hundred white'and colored car nations were sold on Saturday by the Lieut. Governor Brown and Mrs. -Brown and Attorney General Turgeon two leading florists of the city. jand Mrs- Turgeon will be sailing on Queer, though, wasn't it, that when jthe sanie The disquieting nim- so many people made a special reSarding >Ir. Scott B health are to attend church services on account of it being yesterday "Mothers' that not a word was spoken, >Ws Jife I evidently wjtihout foundation for Mr. Scott is looking the picture of health, and he says he never felt better ia with one or two exceptions, uulull, LU Ulc tiiia G.IIU u. ui mr j.u.jiu -i for a thirty days? rest. Slim Jim e-d their meed of praise from the pul-ian extended visit with relatives and j the subject that was uppermost notion "he would like to train i pit, and many touching references friends in Eastern Canada. everyone s mind? for a moment in the outer room of i Rev. T. P. Perry took advantage of THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth Street South. Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store. EQUIPMENT and FILING DEVICES in steel arid wood. TYPEWRITERS and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES and OFFICE SPECIALTIES. PHONE 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of town points. All inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call again. jthe occasion last night at Wesley the police station while he stepped and preached a verv into the Chiei's office to get the com- J sermoa> taking as his subject "Mothers rnittment papers, Slin? took a flying in israei." He drew many pictures of start out the door and down the al- ley behind the city hall. Const. O'Connor, not finding his the mothers spoken of in Bible history who had so influenced the by reason of the strong sons they bad guest in sight when he was ready to'sent forth to uplift humanity. All go, twigged what was doing and let down through the pages of history the out after him. He didn't get his NANTON HAVING A HEAVY RAiNFALL The-Taylor Milling Co. received a message from their agent at Nanton today saying they have had a splendid three-day rain there and that it was raining today when the agent was speaking over the phone. The people in that district' are greatly pleased and feel confident of getting. a big crop this year.. it IS "NOT IN THE BEOOD Medicine Taken, Internally Cannot Cure Eczema.'It Is Caused by Germs. Eczema cannot be overcome .by or- dinary treatment and the old-fashioned of dosing the, system with, Ecz.ema is caused by a parasitic germ into the1 sfcih: It is gener- ally a contagious' disease. Until the parasite is completely destroyed and removed, eczema cannot be-cured. Ful- ly one-third of skin- diseases are in the form of eczema.. We so thoroughly 'believe, that Rex- all Eczema-Ointment will overcome eczema and allied skin ailments, that we .unhesitatingly promise to promptly return-the money paid us for it-should it Yn any way be unsatisfactory to the user. Because of its remarkable cleansing, antiseptic, germicidal, soothing and healing Kexall. Eczema Oint- ment has a- very pronounced value in the treatment of skin diseases, especi- where the form of ailment is of IS MARCHING TO.JAU-REZ Mexico City, May the faint hope that the quarrel between Madero and Orozzo would yet result in the disruption of the rebel forces and thus relieve the government or the necessity of facing a crisis. President Diaz ar.d his committee today decided to await the developments another 24 hours before altering their policy. Mexico, courier reaching Jaurez last evening from uroarjo, about half way between Jaurex and Chilhuahua City reported that Gen. Rabago with about 1500 federals from the garrison at Chilhuanua was- in the vicinity of- -Lagune, 30 miles north of Chilhuahua on his march northward to give battle'to the insur- rectos and recapture Jatirez. It "is understood that' he is well, -supplied with field gisr.s? and rapid fire arms. ally the highly recommend it for- the dry, scaly form or the weeping type, where there is a-constant flow. of. ill-smelling excre- tion. Eczema Ointment is very prompt in-relieving pimples, blotches, discolorations; ringworm, acne, nettle .rash, tetter, hives, ulcers, insect and for healing sores and wounds. It is a pleasant smelling, grayish-'white ointment, and is very cleanly for..use.. Two sizes, -50c and Sold only at our Rexall-Store: -J.-.-D; Higinbotham Co., Ltd., special agents.. CALGARY MUSICIAN' HIGHLY HONORED (Special to The Herald.) Calgary, May Annie Glen Brodeur, a musician of this city is one lamps on and spent a very busy three hours trying to run down the Marathon edition of Mistah John Ar- t-huh Johnston. Finally, after missing his dinner, and tired and footsore, the constable located his man, cached in the ashes under the furnace of the Lethbridge Hotel. The dark looked rather pale, mother stood out, a shining example of all that is good and true and loyal in this old world. Their influence up- world is seen m their influence in the home, for the people of a nation are -as their home life tends to make them, and the mother is the dominat- ing influence in the home. The sons and daughters that she sends out to fight'life's with their powers for good are to a large extent the but after a few of the ashes were work of her teaching. She it is who is shaken off he resumed his natural ap- cbarse during the time of their pearance, and was taken back to the jcnaracter anther example Mr. and Mrs. George Melrose Bell, on i Ttie most significant movement in among the farmers of the West at tlie present time, he says, is the co-oper- iative movement, which has just found In spite of the inclement weather expression in th? bill that has passed Regina, are. the guests of Doctor I Saturday afternoon nine enterprising the legislature for interior of and Mrs. Mc'Clure for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney B. Woods leave on Sunday for Ottawa, en route for a visit Saturday News. elevators on tixe co-operative ylarL Keciprocity, Mr. Scott, says, is vpry popular in the as was' de- monstrated -by the legislature" passing a resolution unanimously in 'favor, of it, witih a speech supporting from Mr, Haultaiu, the leader of the opposition. The charges against Hon. Mr: Oliver' ne said had excited very little' atten- at the Gait Hospital, is improving I were given and methods followed by jtion in Saskatchewan. Mr. Oliver's re- each day, arid it is hoped she will be other clubs in larger, cities were jputation for honesty and integrity was women attended the meeting held n St. Augustin's hall called by the Board of Trade for the purpose of or- ganizing a Women's Club to work with them in the upbuilding of Leth- bridge. A general and informal dis- cussion took' up the greater part of Mrs. C. H. Define, jvho is a patient Ian hour and several splendid ideas sufficiently recovered to be removed brought before the meeting... Mrs. sound and of sending to to her home in a week's time. Rev. and Mrs. P. S. Parrott and i John Silver was elected chairman pro tern, and it was'.decided to adjourn the meeting until Thursday afternoon Madame Parrott have arrived in the j next at four o'clock. Each woman citv from Winnipeg. Mr. Parrott has present pledged herself to persuade as just completed liis studies at Wesley j of her friends as possible College and until after conference mCets. be affected by insinuations such as at present. Mr. Scott's belief is that tne result of the investigation will be to cora- pletely disprove the insinuations made minister of the interior. cells. He was charged again With breaking custody, and this afternoon Police Magistrate Ball committed him for trial. He was taken to the Barracks this and influence controls the destiny of le nation. he said, some- thing that draws the reverence and respect of each and every one of us. It is. one of the highest privileges and afternoon and this time it's a safe functions -with which God endows the an 'human race. The women should be proud of their heritage. It is a crown, a halo to their heads. In order that they may not abuse, their privilege, it is very important that the mother should feel iier responsibility in the social organism of the world. To fulfil her mission, of which she may b-e just- ly proud, so that she may have the greatest power for good, it is essential first and foremost, that she be a godly bet that Const: O'Connor kept eagle eye his quarry. The case of seduction on a 14-year- old girl, wh ch was remanded from Wednesday last, is receiving a pre- liminary hearing' this afternoon.-. LABOR LEADERS A Hay aside sentences of imprisonment, imposed by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia for alleged disobedience to a boycott injunction, the United States Supreme Court today held that Samuel Gompers, John Mitchell and Frank .Morrison, president, vice-presi- dent and secretary respectively of the to Lethbridge attend this meeting, which will be held in the Y.M.C.A., and behoove members. The women of the citv wiil PIANO COMPANY Mrs. Robert Livingstone, of Leth- bridge, is spending a few cays in the city the guest of Mrs. T., T. Bowes, j t not need much coaxing, for nearly ev- eryone is interested in this .work manv feel the lack of a Women's Mrs Livingstone is tme of the many j in Lethbridge, for nearly every city outside visitors who came to the city her size in a or- to hear the-Sheffield choir.-Calgary ganization of this kind that is doing efficient and pleasant work. In the Supreme. Court this morning the case of Mason Risen Piano versus Cottaras was heard by-Justice Scott. The action, was to secure, pay- j ment of the due on an electrit This evening Knqx church choir oi jpiaae sold the defendant by tfee Judgment was given Johnstone Ritchie lor Shepherd Dunlop for de- News-Telegram. Mrs. F. W.-Downer left this after- noon for Montreal, from, where she thirty-five voices will1 give-their third plaintiffs.- willsail on the twentieth of this annual concert in the aurjitoriutJ' of month to spend-the summer in Eng'j the church. The conductor, Mr.'Em- land. Miss Gladys will meet her i est F. Layton, has prepared a roost mother in Winnipeg and accompany j inviting and varied Mrs, plaintiffs. her abroad. G. E. Fleming and W. J. son, will he the-accorajpanists. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cross returned choruses selected are "Tie Carno- mother. A godly mother is a great j ]ast v.-eek- from a prolonged visit in j by Rossinni, Soldiers1 asset to the child. God has.seen to the East; where Mrs. Cross has been j and "With Sheath- it that the mother has a particular call! taking a rest cnre_ j 'understand they j ed Swords" (Triumphal March from in the dominion of the home, to makej ]eave'at this month end, with their The soloists -will be Miss- it holy, the shrine -.above all others She -has s, been and will family, to Saturday News. ibeen favored with an invitation to witness the coronation of King George the fifth. Mrs. Broder is in receipt of an in- vitation from the Duke of Norfolk, the Earl Marshall, and will sail for Ling-land at the end of this moi'th: Mrs. Broder is a distinguishert'musi- cian who has played before Queen Victoria and His Majesty. She is also the author of several musical works. Few of us ever suffer from hoarse- ness when we are staging own i praises. be the 'beloved in the home and in the community, the state and the" world. Her sphere is the home. The good Queen Victoria was a shining example of the mother in the .home. Her inter- in St. Augustus hall on Wednesday ber. There in her home life and in each of.'evening. If those not having.received song and her children, was put 'before state, for she felt, and rightly so, that her great- American Federation of Laibor, had est duty to the state was in the char- been erroneously sentenced to jail onjacter of the children she left to mourn to them. summer at the; es Batt, Simm, Francis and Flem- i ing. Mr. Layton will render a violin soio, Mr. Irving a reading and Miss Mr. Salmon has issued invitations j G.Iadys IveSf who is a talented musi- for an to be held j Cjan< wjn pjay an instrumental num- ill' he a G-lee, a part ladies' cards, but- would like to attend the! members of which are Misses Batt, recital, will phone Mr. Salmon, j A and c simm and Mackenzie, will he will be glad to extend invitations j CORtribute two numbers. Tae concert contempt. The court unanimously Some women believe that their holds that the only sentences" that [duty to the world lies, in a different dir could -be imposed were fines. The ection, that they are called on account case should have