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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SATURDAY, MAY T4M 6'ATI.Y HEftAl.T) PAGE NINE One can be comfortably-unconscious of one's hose when they Pennians-knii-tb-form-i withoui-a-segm. Think what this implies I Hose the Penman trademark j snuggle like a second eurve of foot and limb. They dc tear because there is not about them. And, they're itfade'f.or. J men, women and children hi cotton, cashmere, silk and in any weight and all popular colors. Ask for Pcnmans Hosiery, the not j time you go shopping. 'J And look for the trademark! FenmanB Limited j Purls, Canada YOU CAN LOT And still breakfast, on time by using a coal lo muto with .touch a match Jo the you have ail the he_. ,._ want, when you want it. Lesacnc die labor ih'the kitchen. 2. 3 and 4 burner sizes, and a DFW etoyc with -Cooking Oven. All hardware end general V Royolitt Oil for Eest Rttutit THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited Hftltfu Winniptf Ednwaum Toronto death us part" tYes sir, and even after passing beyond, it will be a credit 16 your memory to have provided for wife and children. Face this question Tlicii if a sudden summons comes, you will answer it more, cheerfully if wife and' little ones are properly profcctoij. Hadn't you better get an Imperial Home Protection ,arc-in good health? It'a very easy to do it. Ask for our booklet, "The Creation of an Estate" It's most, interesting, aiKr'iV's why not write .for, a, copy now? ywt 'may be unintwable, ;r J. 1 Mw, DirtkJ Mwier, Ulbkriije "Our Wotto'VWnrt' PMnmount, AbtoIuU Security lo Pftllej h.tldcH THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA HM Office IEO STORV WHICH APPEARED IN LETHBRIDGE CAUSE OF COMMENT Magrath, Alta., May was well represented at the conven- tion of the Jietnilers' associa- tion, recently held in Fagot hii'il, Cal- gary, T. H. Davies, of Grant Navies; ,1. A. Ilirlo, of. the Ma'g'ratji Trading Co.; anil W. JV. 3cott, of lhu Lorig Ly j Co., bi'hig present. This town had {one of the strongest 'delegations' of any in the province, exceeding, even' one or two of the cities. The dele- gates report a most successful' con- vention, and speak in the -highest, I terms-of1 the treatment they received at the the Ca I men. Preliminary details arc'about com- for tlin opening of the .two post offices on the lease, and in a few days they wilL be.form- ally opened for business. Postmaster John T. Steelc of the local office' htfs beeii given charge of the opening of these offices, and he is at present busy working on the details. Wil- liam Ntfwton, postmaster-of-Del Bon- ita, will be the carrier, Jjis appoint- ment having already arrived" from Ot- tawa. A fine audience greeted the perfor- mance, ''The Feast of tlio Red which was presented by a company of local ladies, trained by. Mrs. J.- Al- ston, in the Electric Theatre .last.Fri-. day evening. This light, but exceed-' ing'iy pretty operetta was most ad- mirably staged, each artist being well fitted for her particular role, thus giving the caste a pleasing balance. leading roles were splendidly sustained, and the chorus work was full and harmonious. Altogether the operetta 'was a gratifying success, al-, though. its pronounced simplicity, would have been better adapted to a company of younger performers re- .__ited it. The proceeds will be de- voted to tlie general church building fund, Lynn Gibb, who recently 'Completed" bis musical studies in the Brigimm Young University, Provo, Utah, met with the members of .the school Board last evening, discussing .with LiiGin tlie introduction :onrse in the jiuBflc Mi Gibb has made a.. of this class oE work, and is-lh ere Core cm- jnently qualified to tniin the chi'id- ren in their studies, which, is. now recognised as a most essential ]iart o[ the school curricuhim. After hearing Mr. Gibb's yroposition, the in'embers spoke is probable that his offer will .be Ac- cepted, Iiis duties to commence _ at the opening of tlie next-school year Mr. Gibb is planning "to teach vocal music in the public schools. 6t.Ray inoiid and Stirling, so sive private lessons, he ihaving al- ready :i ninnber of punils. Considerble interest has been arous ed here over certain reports sent put by a local press ami which the local newspaper; "the .PiUii- eer alleged.to be a knocli' tor'the: fair, name of Magrath. These reports ap? peared in.the Lethbndge-.Her.ald_andi the Winnnipeg Free ..thfi. lat; ter paper printing, a ontioxiouB article in the eyes of the .local edi- tor. So aroused lias he become that in Uio last issue of the .ap- peared the piece in question, under .'a head of heavy Ulack type, the article, as published the.; free Press, was given a small, one-line ;cap: tion. It is interesting-to -compais the two articles. Only a printed in the Pioneer, for reasons; obvious, the .latter portion pv-idently being purposely expunged-.'by tliejr'qtl- itor. Your this, opportunity of giving the true report, as it appeared in the Free Press.., It read as "AinsratnJ April seed wheat famine pre-1 vails in this district. -.The elevators are and rarmera coming in from the .'country j are forced to return without sescl.-i Seeding operations on many of the big. farms arc suspended on nccoullt of the supply being, exhausted.. Or- ders are being rushed, arid seed is be- ing hurried with all possible Beautiful although the soil is still rather cold.1'-- .The Best Reason Why You Should DrinH SEAL BBAND 13, Because You Will Like It. CHASE SANBORN BANDITS HOLD UP G. N. R. PASSENGER TRAIN IN MONTANA Spokane, May Northern passenger train No. 1, the Oriental 'Limited, was held up by two masked men early today near Rex ford, Mon- tana. The combination mail and baggage car was detached from the train and run four miles west to Hen- "do where the 'car was rifled. Little valuable loot was -Stained by the bandits. nf '.lit: highest quality tide money ran lo int.nit c .smoothness, mid ilien pcrd'niicc. with thr (genuine "CORSON" perfumes Heal Orctod UorSOrt S Pomander Violet Pint buv clie-ip mfrrwr latL millrd iml ch tplv r trd whrn is! ins for COESOK'S yon can Ert Ihc llcst. WKF HiT HI! it. 11 ilaclcod, May ofi a lit-. tic1 more than they could .convenient- ly or with any degree 01 dignity ciiew, Ihe Maclcnt) Thespians made tlicfr debut in UFacleod last night m that highly entertaining en titled "The Nohlo OuttiSl or Jerry the with Ihe result that they provided plenty of amusement for the hundreds of ftnthiisnstic ciU attended the ppiformancc The-piece was a little too hcavj foi' amateurs and if the crowd and.somc- l-lines the actors howled, ter .at what should v hecri thn most dramatic points-in the jlay, il- was (lie play mpT thin the jinnncr in whicli it was played that was rnsponsihle. On Urn 'the; licipiinls interpreted their chasac- Lers very the p-ijmt of lion or soiiiR to Q. Campbell, whrt'as Icrvy continually "hvouRJ t Ihe dome" and George tlir nin who persistently pcuHtuti tin, pretty heroine in the person .of Jlisii 1.. JN ITS SUPERIOR': EXCELLENCE 'Mokes ci isp crusf, body.oiKl fine flavor The OOILVIE FLOUR MIUA "Grace, we urtd-cctnfort'becomt second nature'io wearers. a la Grace Corsets." The Gown Hideth the Corset But how often one sees the drape of an exquisite gown spoiled by the corset beneath Such a thing camtoi happen to a. woman who has carefully chosen q. pair of CRDMETQN CORSET CO. Limited 78 York St.; TORONTO IEN MILLIONS WE Nortii Uatllclo'rcl, Sask., May Just before -adjournment to- Hie commlttco on resolutions at, the Western 'Camilla Colonization1 anil Development" Convention brought in a-report recommending Uio formation of a'permanent organization compos- ed of representatives from the four western provinces, to consolidate the work lieihg no-.v by the different "Oieinmcntb and bodies towards the colonization and development o! wes- tern Canada at.present. The recom- mendation .will be discussed this ev- ening: program almost, finishet] it is certain that the Colonization and De'.dopment condition will .eon- elude iU'sessions'this afternoon. Norman S. Hankin, chief publicity agent for the C. P. !1. complimented Commissioner ?-i. G. Xeil this morhiiij? on batoniii" i lit the idea of getting the delegates to- gether The subject of his address was railway advertising and he de- clared .in the course of it lliollgii aclverlising had almost been leiluced to a i-cicnce in recent icais, there a jm-.s of fraudulent advertising lieinu wilt- ten. Speaking 'of railway mlvisrlivig in particuliir, he stated that already iii.particular, lie'stated that two hundred thousand tick- els' had been sold for the i'anari.a exhibition just through ih.i cxccllente of publicity campaign adopted by the railways. Qsborne Scott, assist- ant general passenger agent for the S. N.-'R., followed Mr. Hankin. He declared that'twelve years ago Can- aria 'awoke to the advantage of ad- vertising and the great development hi .vest-Was the visible result. Me, claimed" that the weak point in Canadian" railroad advertising. was that if stopped short at delivering the..emigrant at his destination. He suggested that'll the .three million people in-west-srii Canada, would each write a, post, card to some acqiiaint- 'aiice in other countries telling oi the advantages in Canada, the advertis- ing "value, would 'lie tremendous, j It. C. .-Lett, colonization agent of the T. P., declared that the era of the new faimel', the modern farmer, .was coming. The average western Canadian farmer lie describ- ed as tuc most improvident citizen of the'Dominion, at present. George M. .Mall, Edmonton's indUK- trial.commissjoner, spoke on the con- version of raw products into finished articles: SIR.EDWARD. COULD NOT SAVE FLORA London, Jlay' Mrs. Flora Drnnimond- and -Mrs. B'Acre Fox wero sentenced to one month's Imprisonment .each this morning for camping on the doorsteps of Sir Rd- and Lord Limsdo'wne. For Sale By All Dealers "'SWEARS 'HE LIED .Now moat startling qvirtencfl In the secoiid trial of Becker so far that of "Brlcl- Wdblinr) yesterday afternoon, lie -swore he lied nt the prcv- MORE AVIATION MARTYRS Northallertdn, May: 15. more British army aviators, J. Empsou and Sergt. Dwlmore were lulled in a flight today from Scotland to Salisbury. Tbey were try- ing to land in a dense fog. PRAIRIE FIRE CATCHES TRAIN North Battleford, Jlay big prairie fire'is raging 12 miles west of here. A. C.N.R. freight train oE cars is caught in t'ne.b'iaze. A train of tank cars lias bee.; rushed to scene. It's a pleasure to bdke and roast with an oven that's always bright and clean. See Built to burn natural fitted with .white ena- jfflelled roast pan and I anti-rust. oven. Ask the dealer; (xas, Light Appliance Co Jjocai Agents. ASK FOR Five Roses Cook Pltinket SftvAffe, Diitributon, Lethbridge ;