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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone. 1224 Residence 620 order. The couple first met ;tt an hotel during the Jamaican earth- and Cupid then and there Jired his subtle shafts uiidisturbed ay the fulling masonry. Hamar Greenwood is one .-.'f ihe best known Canadians in jsub-. STIRRING UP aiostesses Macbeth. Mrs. -J-. F. Simpson. Jvot receiving tomorrow- Mrs. K. A. Ewert. Mrs., .I'Jrne'si, A. Sharman.; Mrs. U. V. Maynard gave a. p'rcUj tea yesterday" for the benefit of St i Mary's Mission church, but on ac1- !count of the weather the attendance j was rather dissappointingly small j.Pinit .aiui white carnations beautified the dining drawing rooms, where Me assisted; by hec" mpbhc'r, i entertained the visitors.' .Mrs. McLcnarid little house dunce tomorrow evening in; compliment to some of the out of Rogers'was the comph- towii visitors in the city. jjiientary guest fast evening at.a bright plittle affair over which Miss -Pa'tte- Mrs. Sherlock will entertain a (S0n A..few. intimate friends of; the vounger society set this werc bldflen lo spend an ex- ing at her -home, in "compliment to I ening pla-vlng euchrc with a Miss Cavanah, of j mg hour Dora Rogers. 1 ariff Commission Makes Serious Mention of Rec- iprocity Agreement London, May tariff com- mission have published a memoran- dum dealing with complications which! have arisen'through recent treaty ne- gotiations. ,'jt is urged that at the coming Imperial conference a com- mon policy be agreed on to avert dan- GLOWING REPORT FROM THE NORTH A. H-.-McKeown, is in the city today from Carraangy where no has been for the past six weeks looking after seeding operations on his there. He says that he will bo finished in a few days now, and vjll return to the city. '.Enthusiasm is a mild when talking of the feeling that prevails among ,the Carmangay farmers. McKeqwn stated that lie could give any estimate of the acreage that gers to Imoerial unity threatened In the Car- developments as the reciprocity district this spring but was agreement'of Canada with the United sure 'that' it' was 'greater by far than States, which if It were.extended ever been seeded heretofore, would immediately re- Everyone is -getting in as large an Mr., I'.Ot :h. was served i at the pretty candleMit table in the ciuce the. margin of, British prefer- ence in Canada and greatly enlarge the area of competition which British .traders have to meet in the Canadian --market" The statement that Presi- dent Taft has shown a desire Tor corn- acreage as they can, and then they are going to break every foot of jand they can this summer got it .un- der crop for next.year. Thero are three .steam and two gasoline plow- ing outfits working within hearing dis- MiSS MARJOfilE SPENCER, jplete commercial union between Can-', tance of Mr. McKeown's place, he says. n jada and the United States and thatjThe rain was heavy out that way and une of England s most beautifu! wo- jthe reciprocity agreement is presented I the fall wheat is coming alon men. who is to become the bride of Hamar: Greenwood, M.P. Miss Spencer a means of defeating proposals for I rapidly. Spring -rains are also show- is a lover' of outdoor sports and splendid horsewoman. lie life, and is a tjhe commercial- union of tbe Empire. !inS up well and have already made a a tJjat unless the United ;good-start. Kingdom takes' action along the lines i of Colonhd fiscal policy, Canada will j dining room. Pink carnations were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar teamed 'the choscn flowers' ancl the Acceptable tins morning iron-, a twp monks' so- awarded Miss jd'urn in California. While away they rfutil Freeman and Mr.. Laurie, visited the South Sea Isia-nds, and! Other interesting points. The members of the Flower f. I'sion will please meet, at- the Gait i The Tennis" Club season tomorrow .afternoon at 3.15 I Pretoria day, and- in the a to make their; weekly, visit through Uic.. cmonial office for two j from tnV.Imperial system of Imperial-ida-v ai SENSATIONAL FEATURE STARLAND The ever popular Starland has again [scored with another 'big feature, well {worth seeing, namely, "An Eventful which was shown to a full and very appreciative audience last rnight. Those who saw it were well i satisfied. This picture is oue out of last fifteen years in t-he old country. evitable the acceptance of the Amer- In 1.906 he was returned as senior'icaii tlian tne British interpre- c no_i: ntl1. v L j Station of the most favored nation' --..-.._., 01 parnameia lor ioix, and anj, compel withdrawal ;stenholmes; spent Thursday and subject suspended between Blairmore, AT MAJESTIC TONIGHTjtne depicting a girl's braverv .Prof. Mental and .his companv very daring rob- clever entertainers, who return to house' Majestic Theatre tonight to com-i .magnificent railway sceix- Plete their five nights' engagement' ef3'" 'er piclures-of the usual high here, have promised something of a ra-Vh8 UiJ3 be' sbovt11 and ther sensational character for" their1 missed yesterday's "show .dosing night This frn0t 15.-Mrs. W. of a rock on the body of a 7 pJBL to u BUI8MOREKEWS lose this big. opportunity will be given at the cluh house by ;Mesdames fR. A'ailcrson the. wards. ;-Mrs. W. Powell Roy returned lasf '.-.V.r night from Calgary, where she was Mrs. White gave a pleasant- of Mrs. Wing, Dis- Icjt y ester day her guests -trict Deputy of The Maccabees of the Ijchi.jr several ladies' -'of Baptist ;World- Mrs. Roy attended the Shef- A'ttl Society. i field concerts in that city last week Mr. and Mrs. Fitzmaurice, who Tomorrow is the regular W C T have been visiting, a few days in the U. meeting day, but-the m-set'ing has -Alexandra, until -Friday 'May turned to. .their in Kiyef j 20th. when 'every- member is .urgently thjs morning. _ j at three O'ciock in the I club rooms of Wesley church. D. Hunt, news editor of the Ed- monton Bulletin, was married yes- tenlay to Miss Essa Ferris, of that "Remember the matinee Mr. ,Morrist city. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt left on a manager of the Eureka Theatre, is three weeks' tour of the east. giving for the benefit of the Relief j Society Saturday aiternoon and show iliss Evelyn Davis, of Berlin, Ont., j appreciation of by arrived in. the city yesterday after- intending yourself and taking one or noon from Regina, where she has .'friends. After the matinee, the .teen visiting-Friends days.'; Mission will serve, tea ac- JVI-iss Davis expects to make a pro- companyirig dainties rat longed visit in "guest'! Cp-'s store, cousin, Mrs chairs, the subject being in a cat- years as" one. ot Winston Churchill's j co-operation in trade. Canada would be i J- S.Murray has purchased the and the rock Broken with enabled' tO maintilfn rinrirtnol 'of tho TT- i.' la IV ?h oTo'rliyD I the conclusion of nicfathly meeting of the Q, The Pantry Sale and Tea given at tn rv, -'T, i--> iv, ,'FO'RT WILLIAM CARRIES BYLAWS to maintain her national Im-. of the- Davenport Cafe. He intends Ia lb> J____ penal policy, which she has pursued'opening a restaurant in the 'building! AnotQer .feature of tonight's per-j Five for thirty, which has brought immediately east of the Cash stoi j tonnance will be the burlesque magic, payers Were A T Il our wants wil1 Restaurant." football enthusiasts met in the an at the mafec. win .'lion as of principle to the jfield. A. league cornprising'five or six in the hypnotic.vpart.of.the.per- Asian dinner, said Canada was a young rr? a- at last acis on the stage to-1submitted to the ratepavers country which could not have become ff _ our wants wil1 be met at as great a DOW is with-1 J out a-'-high-tariff "wall against American! The -____ products. Canadians, had created their :office of and Hinds last Saturday a aumber of new.-tricks in nec-I'endorsation industries and he-r manufacturers had' evening- to organize -a club here. 'at the Bank of th become strong through artificial officers were appointed: Miss Dare, who has wen spec-'Ument of "carrv air given their own industries. jcapt. T! Smith; vice captain C. Hla- the andS plvme't of tne secretary-treasurer, M. C. .Sco- work' wil1 assist Prot eys due the Wk duly .Floating debt- bylaw, to Issae deben- J tures for consolidation -of T_ it. .....overdraft at the Bank of Hammett, the versatile for 387, against 163; will also api'ear in an. Fire protection change of programme. of fire hall site in Ward I. and addir 'tional'apparatus at Central for _480, against 157; majority for 251: City hall site extension, for the GRASSY LAKE of the adjacent is also contem- f9rmance- plated. The boys are getting beauti- ful uniforms and- will -be ready to re- ceive challenges at any time. W. Whitmore left for Moose Jaw on Saturday Frank and Blainnore football teams engaged in a friendly game of football, Thursday evenih 7 for 204, ISLE OF SPICE "The Isle of B. C...Whitney's HAMAR GREENWOOD, M.P. An energetic Canadian who has made for himself in .England. ..._., with grounds the city, having arrived! board of The sS atthe on Friday hr the from the east last night. Irtrary. for 3SO, against costumes, scenery, electrical; for 189. effects are all new, and the' station: Mr' ru The 'trustee board of the schools Seen by the here visited Coleman .last Friday in said that he was'order to get some ideas for ;The 'in ;ing of the new ?5000 addition. secretaries, while .at the last general'.Alberta and the west generally this and specifications are election .he captured Sunderland for ;sPnng. He hasr.jnade several trips j Berry of Pincher during the fere-d -the Liberals. jthrough the semi- St- Cyprian's rectory yesterday after-! His .future bride, who also takes -a :last few years and sa-rs that he never'cocks. The 0. C. F. largely attended .and .near-. this evening an impromptu dance will 5-v" every member of the Parish 'Aux- until midnight. An orcbes-! iiiarJ was pressed into be. in attendance and light on tne many visitors. The" refreshments served during the even- temptingly prepared food table, which keen interest- in' is a sister h. has new company are enlanr- imusical 'numbers are- acknowledged be the greatest of kind. It is of the .popular, and the cast is a prosperous outlook. Mr. ing: their stock and are preparing for Grassy a. fair share of the .'Blainnore grocery She is' a- well-known- rider We, are sorry to say that the report- ni J.IUCJL -ttrhioV, _ TT j generally with -the Hertfordshire of last week .between the m0 luuu acres tins spring, and intends operators and was replenished often during the af- hounds- The marriage will take placer j to have the remainder of his Miss Moulton, editor of the West- of well-known theatrical cel- with a chorus whose fame is synonymous with the title of the com- jedy. The critics of the have "The" isle of Spice" until its is .second to none. The public, the for 408r -ty for 251. agreement' with the Mills made'between company in 1910, giv-' a three-Sfth major- uty of those voting: for 490, against 79; majority for 411. ternopn, attracted- nearly everyone at St- Margaret's church, Wests'. ins- Broken .this season. in for -tea or ice cream, ern Municipal News, who has been 1 so -he_ goodies were quickly disposed spending a in Lcthbridge arid surrounding- afternoon to Winnipeg. Miss Moul- tori has been gathering rr.aterial here for a 'series of four jwil.1 appear in the Canadian Courier. .invitations have been issued for the final assembly dance, which will be masquerade, to be hel-d Friday '26th' at he of. In the drawing room-where the passed instru- mental ancl vocal numbers contribut- ed by .a few of the musically talented n: embers ..of the auxiliary entertained the-guest.-The proceeds the sale' and tea amounted to nearlv Politicians generallv and ,ter, at the-end prMav." v-' dians especially are interested- in- the Pythias Hall at 9 o'clock. A number of but of town guests 'are. expected to lie present at this event, which prom- ises to be one of the most animated affairs oi the season. iage that has been arranged COURT-OFFICIALS Murderer Jardine at Goderich is Not Worrying About His Fate Goderich, Ont., May death watch on Edward Jardine, who will be aanged on June 18, reports that he is the happiest man in the jail. He is nd regards his -no- interested parties appear no -near-'' to be en' fh Mr- sayser a permanent settlement, though has seea-mar' .that business in every line is .brisk in are. still hoping for an amicable set-' ed .Ontario this spring, and that-they too; that soon are looking forward to a The recent heavy rains are ,beginn- y-ear' already to cause dangerous wash- outs. MAY COME WESTi with rats and traps were set to nsing Kannr catch theffl. TSe S es Spe? n -------1 TT_-__. POLICEMAN SHOT SUICIDES The C. P.'" R. 'bridge over Lyon Creek is in a precarious condition. and commended in pleasing' Intends .Selling Out His Holdings in terms. There is nothing..more South America said, hut go and see it. ;'io May Ernest Jew- ell, Buenos Ay res, wfio holds ex-> "FAUST" Goethe's poetic story was made in- tensive areas of farm and ranch land in the Argentine Republic, is at the 'Edward-Hotel. Mr. Jewell e of the efforts of a spec- and 'the dramatic versions have been YpfuVnW r ce. However th 1 man, aiter ial section force. However, the local j many. "It has been translated and safely across last night, and in practically every civilized effort, will be made to keep the I tongue, and there are few" indeed in iline open. jthe -world of playgoers who have not May r, Lan.cB ayec-1 iarl-es Anderson was shot twice inj Greenwood, M.p., and Miss Marjory -delight when one is caught in nam-itlle stomach and possibly fatally Spencer. This is understood to he a love match p.f._.the.old-fashioned, who figured in his trial. Coburn, of Lethbridge. was. a'witnessed its presentation. The story visitor in town on Saturday and Sun-jof the 'devil tempting. Faust to woo jthe innocent Marguerite, forcing him Lyon and Hinds have had their of--later to betray the poor beautifully and artistically to her ruin, and Faust's terrible it after some court officer or offi- this morning by a negro nam- this week, riny don't some'other of j ti or? rH ATI _ _ _ v ed dead. .The shooting occurred at 623 Thirtieth street south. The men had when it j.j.cti VOTING ON BY-LAWS Up to 2.30 this afternoon 111 voters 9uarreIIed but persons who witnessed had casf their ballots on the by-laws, shooting did not know what the It is expected that there will be a I'Quarrel -was about, but it is large vote polled as many voters have.i'that the policeman attempted to put off voting until the stores dnd irest" Russell. Little known about A Treatment that Costs Nothing Unless places of business close at j It'Provides Satisfactory Relief j finally For Skin Diseases other 3.30. touches a sympathetic chord in every human breast. One may witness the play over and over again, with undim- inished interest. Mr. Griffith's company this .season is said to be exceptionally capable. Es- pecially is this true of Miss Edith Tot- ______ ten, who is credited with a most cdn- CHiCAGO GETS WORST I We have a grayish-white ointment Portrayal of the role of Mar- END OF THE tih a Pleasant that is clean to Richard Scott also gives a Mav lS.-Directors of the whlch we the account of himself in the part of j ti toown remedy for the relief of Frank Dale plays'.Valentine I diseases. It is 'especially efficacious jwel1- ifc ls said- Miss Effie ema in all its part or Martha, creates ingwormm, acne, pimples imucil merriment. A complete scenic JYiday being. Arbor price's tetter, electrf! of "Fanst" Board of Trade here and passed a rule of s-ores wounds- Promised, some of the stage pic- land in Alberta and Saskatchewan- Mr. G. Bogg, Saskatoon, who_ will accompany Mr. Jewell as far" as Montreal, said that he expected to- complete a deal with Mr, Jewell for a large block of land in the west before he sails for home. Mr. Jew- ell is contemplating disposing of most of his holdings in the Argentine and embarking in farming on an extensive DECREASE DUE TO A BANK HOLIDAY The bank clearings ending this morning for the- day. TELEGRAPHERS .WANT forbidding such practices in the fut- 20 WE COULDN'T TELL YOU IN A WEEK EVERY ARTiCI F WE HAVE IN OUR STORE REMEMBER JUST THIS IF IT'S HARDWARE WE HAVE IT J WE GIVE FULL WEIGHT. FULL MEASURE AND A PRICE WE WANT TO SEE YOU ONCE IN OUR STORE MORE THAN MORE COMMISSION! resolution was aimed at the Toronto, May IS.-vThe railway tele-'dealers who now are closing up a deal graphers in the service of the Canad-jin May option and was1'the result of ujn Pacific Railway-have applied to the action of Tuesday ordering an in- Manager stout of the Dominion ''Ex- into the May deal. press company for an increase of! _____________- about ten per cent i, the commission TORIES WILL RETURN TO Paid to them for transmission of the express company's messages. SHOOTS HIMSELF TO RATHER Philadelph -Ottawa, May IS. The Opposition tures toeing described borate. notably ela- is strongly antiseptic, cleansing, sooth- ing and healing.. It stops all itching and burning caused, by skin eruptions. We are so positive this ointment is "THE CLIMAX" unequalled that we offer it with chej SMALL HOUSE distinct understanding that if after! "The Climax" was played-'befcW a having given it a reasonable trial, you j deplorably small audience at the Ma- are not satisfied with the results, you jestic last night. The scene of the have only got to tell us and we will i play, which has three acts, takes! without quibbling, return every centjplace in the apartment of Luigi Gait-' paid .us for it. We ex-act no promises janti. a poor but accomplished music or obligations whatever. held a'caucus yesterday and all the We want you to try Recall Eczema i teacher in New York Citv. Among the principals is a girl who eradicates the'germ or parasite which jand a young physician who wants the 0 distraction over the efforts of fel-jive platform campaign during the re- ow workmen to force him into joining cess. 1 union, Ernest Hebleb, aged 28, employee of the Baldwin OF POLICE WINS APPEAL vorks, shot, and killed himself today. Edmonton, Mav l7.-In the District I ne young man's reason for his act {Court this morning before Judge jay- gnen in a letter addressed to the appeal of Chief of Police Ensor vife. as follows: Stafford-Agnew the assault case; preferred against you live out of town, write us." ui i.; j tu Aiy aear can no longer A. 'R. Groff was allowed with dure the efforts of my fellow work-.'costs. cause of its germ destroying power, it woman for his wife- there tions.. It quickly allays the inflamma- comes a fearful -blight upon the sins-, tion gives protection to the inflamed jer's ambition, and how it was'lifted is surfaces and he ps restore healthy tis- the story. 'Miss Lona Stater who sue. it is particularly active in re- took fa role of Adelina Von hevmg skin ailments peculiar to child- th, Sing.r; possesses a .leasing ren. certainly cannot lose any. with a rather exceptional ra SLJu accomplish-1 Ointment will sat-jed musician and scaie m Canada. Made in ever so many models to give style and comfort to every figure. There's one "made for you." Get it at the best stores. Above No. 605. a btauti'fal coJel with loaf Boh skirt, for overage li 102 ;