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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbrldge Dally Herald, Tuesday, May FUN TACT TELLS OF DEBT TO ACTORS And Lots of It Wednesday, May JIMMY And Company in a whirlpool of Humor Tickets now on sale at the Red Cross Drug Store Lands Them for Geiien Hy as Compared Lawyers Pol- iticians New Taft dared disaster this afternoon when he climbed upon a 'chair, the better to make himself heard and seen at the [Actor's Kund Fair; which he [opened at the armory, but the chaii I heid. The president's brief response to the address of welcome was loudly cheered by the player-folk. The presi dent said in part: "1 should be wanting in persona gratitude if I did not seize this op portunity to come here and give raj thanks to a profession to which per sonally I owe so much. I do not )ik to compare you ekher with lawyers o politicians, but there is one respereciation as this indicates, that yo.u have a whole lot behind for other weak old men. Good bye." President Taft made a tour of the booths and looked in on the stage and society circus, stopping frequently to shake hands with actors, and act-1 resses. To Miss Grace Keating, a blind stenographer, be dictated the following message, which she took down on her machine: "To the New York Association for the Blind: I have a great deal of in- terest in furnishing to the blind the means of enjoying life and forgetting the deprivations which are theirs." Situation Before Going Further NORTH LETHBRIDGE Has never been boomed or pressed beyond its actual value Compare it with any or the sub-divisions at the same radius and you will find the Then think of it when the G.T.P. terminals are on the north-east side, and consider what it will be worth then It shall then be placed directly in line between the two depots, and shall be the centre of Greater Lethbridge To-day we have lots at each 25 ft. wide, and each 30 ft. wide on the easiest possible payment, viz. a month These lots will increase in value tenfold or more, and are within the present city limits and within a stone's throw of the city water Consider these facts well before buying, and when you do buy, buy where the possibilities are RICH SPORTSMAN SAIL FOR ARCTIC made a trip last summer and Jack and that be will make no search for Harry Whitney and J. Rsiney Will Hunt in Labrador This Fall New York, May Whit- ney and J. Rainey millionaire sportsmen hunters and explorers, have completed' their plans for a hunting expedition around Labrador and the Arctic this summer. On board the large whaler, Boothic, under command of Captain Bartlett, commander of Perry's ship Roosevelt, they will leave Sydney, Cape Breton Island, some time next month, says ihe American. There will be two other men in the party, Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfall, the doc- tor-missionary of Labrador and New- Hemment, who is taking feet of films, as the photographs that are to be made during the trip will be used for moving pictures when the expedi- tion ends. Mr. Whitney is not having the pictures taken for commercial purposes. He wants to show his friends just how he spent the summer. Tired of racing, polo playing and other amusements, Paul Rainey has fallen in line with Whitney's idea of spending time, and while -the expedi- tion is in all respects a hun-iing and fishing one, yet it was stated on good authority that if conditions are favor- able a dasn to the pole may be a part of the summer's itinerary. Mr. Whitney, however, declares that he is not taking the trip, to verify Dr. Cook's hidden records. If, how- ever, the Danish government happens to send a representative to Etah some- where around the time that the Whit- ney expedition is in the vicinity, Mr. Whitney will have no objection to meeting him and discussing Dr. Cook's alleged explorations. The Boothic is one of the larges'' whalers afloat and is capable ol steam- ing 2 1-2 knots an hour. Captain Bartlett found the boat, and it is be- lieved some of the crew of the Roose- velt will sail with nim Mr. Whitney is at present in Florida, where he has spent the winter, and Mr. Rainey is in Pennsylvania. Both will arrive in New York within the next three weeks and will leave for SLANG OF JUDGE DAZES THE PRISONER Knowledge of Pickpockets Jargon Se- cures Conviction either Peary's or Cook's discoveries New York, May O'Connor, in -the Jefferson Market court yesterday, conversed in the jar- goa of the underworld with George Greenfield of 248 Thirtieth St. who recently completed four and one .half years' sentence at Weatherfleld Conn., says the American. The prls oner, charged with jostling pedes trians at Eighty-sixtu street and Gen tral park west, was arrested after chase of four blocks by detectives Sydney on Whitney's brother's yatcn. Greenfield displayed hands as 'big a Westminster Road Phone 536 a maker's, and observed to the court: "I couldn't pick a pocket, your hon- or. 1 can't put my hand in a man's pocket. I can hardly put them in my own pockets." "Don't try. to said the court "YTou know.a good dip doesn't work with his hands. He works with two fingers. You know wiat 'bring- ing the -banger' means, don't you, Greenfield nodded. "L suppose you were framing a sucker to get away with a whole front, or at least you expected to snag a poke or a souper and instead you got dropped by a flatty and were can- ned for a sleep, Greenfield looked startled. Magis- trate O'Connor demanded sharply: "You know what I mean, don't replied Greenfield. "Five dollars fine." Magistrate O'Connor then explain- ed that "bringing the hanger" meant opening a woman's handbag. "Getting a whole front" is to take everything a victim has. A "poke" is the pocket book and a 'souper" is a watch. To be "dropped by a fatty" is to be ar- rested by a detective, and to be "can- ned for a sleep" is to he locked up PRESSMAN'S SON WEDS ACTRESS New York, May Cupid dip peel his arrow in a strong solution of good common sense before he piercec the hearts of young Arthur Ingersol 1 Hoe. heir of the printing press millions and dainty Evelyn Perry, daughter of "living1 skeleton." That is why their quiet wedding in Washington on April 23 bore none of the taint of secrecy and family hostil- ities. The bride was welcomed to 'the jousehold of the distinguished family ft'hose name she now bears. And the young man got admiration instead of disinheritance, which has come to be almost a rule in such romances. And yet, according to his friends, no youth was ever more desperately smit- ten than Mr. Hoe when he met for the first time, four years ago, the beautiful Uvelyn Ferry, who was singing then with "The Rogers Brothers in Ire- land." Before the close ol the theatre sea- son they were engaged, but there was with whom Mr. Whitney GRAND VIEW The Weal Residence Sub-division of the City, situated on beautiful high ground overlooking the City, and well drained Several fine residences to be built this year. Plans are already drawn for three fine residences. Arrangements have been made to supply the addition with water. This Addition is on the proposed street car line. Only a limited number ol lots will be sold out of each block. Every lot has a wide street in front of it and a 20 foot lane back of it. Title given as soon as lots are paid for. All lots arc clear of encumbrance. Lots in this Addition Avill increase in value very fast. Kuy now and set the benefit of the increase. The city of LellibriilRC demands a fine residential distri ct. GRAND VIEW supplies that demand. JOHNSON HUFpTAND CO. _ _ vm. w v JOHNSON BLOCK 323 ROUND STREET ;