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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Page OF ALL KINDS [have iust received another Shipment of Lockwood _ Bros, celebrated ENGLISH CUTLERY, including the following kinds: Silver Knives and Forks, triple Silver Ivniv- es and solid handles, no plating to off these knives, are suitable for hotel or restaurant Knives, from 4 in. to 16 in. Slicers and Ham 14 in. and 16 in. Knives from 4 in. to 12 in. blades, butchers' steel all sizes. Tea Spoons, Table Spoons and Dessert Spoons in triple plate, nickel silver, also the 900 lines. DR. RIVERS IS TO BE WARDEN Former Raymond Man Appointed to take Charge of Provin- cial Jail Dr. J. H. Rivers of this city has been appointed warden of the provincial :jail being built just east of the city, will assume.his office as soon as building is completed, which should ibo'-ndt'very far in the future. This is it be word given the Herald this after- Dr, Gordon Does Not Want any Temporary Arrangement of Mine Trouble Winnipeg, May W. Gordon, -noon by Hon. A. J. McLean, provincial 'secretary, who was in the city into coal miners troubles, has after getting some horses tOireturned here and is Pessimistic re- juse'at the jail. Mr. McLean told the' yarding the aspect-of settlement. He iHeraia also that the government will says that the 'board-could have patch- it, 'erect two cottages at the jail this sum-.6'1 UP a temporary agreement but that mer.-as residences for the done before and what was the bursar. warden and, j wanted was a settlement that would __ llast some years. The enquiry would i be resumed in three weeks and contin- JHAS UNIQUE SUNDAY until men back to work. i I Woman 'Bedridden 20 Years Conducts Class of Forty-Four In Many Parts of World WOMAN IS NOT SKINNY Is Latest Fashion in Shrouds Fine Funeral Frocks Shown at dertakers' Convention Un- ENGLISH PRESS Kansas City, Mo., May eKirted gowns to .'be buried in are on exhibition at the Coates House this week, at the -convention of the Mis- souri Funeral Association. The 'fashions in ready-made shrouds keep pace with the fashions on petti- coat lane, and now one may ;be buried in the finest of frocks 'without deplet- ing a wardrobe, which may go to an appreciative friend. London, May Morning Post says the government being enslaved to party ioiiies cannot face the vital fact that Ambassador Bryce nor any other possible genius can base a joint foreign policy on trade policies of the mother country and Canada. The Standard says the policy of the government is tp do nothing but to A little woman who has been ct'p- pled with curvature of the spine twenty years, Miss Sarah D. White, Germantown, Pa., has managed to bridge the gap between herself and the outside world. Bedridden as she l.as Neither IS She Fat. Says been for the greater part of her Iffe, {she has succeeded-in helping others! New York's she will never knoxv, and whom she can never possibly see. her bed of pain, Miss White teaches. Sunday school to a class ofj Woman Physician New York, May IS.- To be slender, Sinks Its Fangs Into Hand of a pupils, who are scattered vRJowy, wand-like, ethereal, or, in Follower" and He Is Facing Death Hugo ton, Kan., May 19. G-. 'about the world, and whose only know- ledge of their teacher through communications plain old English, thin what else has is gained I the New York woman longed for since with them tke Kr j whgir-jshe sends them their lesson ev- j ery three months, and asks in return Huffman, of Coldwater, Okla., is fight! rt progress to her. ing desperately against death rrom J received in his Fittingly enough, Miss VvTiite's pu- Of tae hapless the hobble government is tp do notnmg'But to ,TC 7" 7 oils are, many of them, invalids like k-nittin leave things to settle themselves while demonstrate the faith of the True nearlv Qf are the whole empire is drifting into a lowers, a. cult composed of twoscore; sKirt began? With fasting, if not with prayer, she has sought the slimness, the perfect proportions of the chaste and elejrant Grassy Lake Lots For Sale This town is half way between Lethbrldge and Medicine Hat, has a splendid location on C. ,P. R., elevator, coal mines and the best farms in Southern Alberta tributary to same. Business Lots can be bought for Residence lota near new brick school, from to on easy terms, investigate and you will buy. 320 ACRES FOR SALE, 530.00 PER ACRE Easy, terms. East half of Sec. 20, Tp. 9, Range 18, vyest of the 4th M., at Chin Station. i Office or Desk Room For Rent Call or McLachlan Realty Co. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, CONSERVES MI BY ELECTRICITY French Scientist Claims he Will Revolutionize Cold Storage Business Paris, May scientist named M. Poulverel has discovered a man- ner of treating fresh fruit, vege- tables, butter, milk, eggs, anything! in fact, with electricity, j ing them indefinitely in as .perfect a! state o.? freshness as they .were to gin with. The discovery, it is said, j will revolutionize the cold-storage j business. Pouleverel's method1 remains a sec- ret so far as details are concerned. But he applies electric vibration pro- duced hy special machines built by himself to the article to be conserved and when placed in an air-tight com- partment there is no such thing as decay. The correspondent was shown a ENGINES 3 to 2OO Horsepower Ask for condition, of embarrassment from which it cannot be extracted by the of farmers in this vicinity, known as Snake Eaters. jur. C. TV. Moots, a west- so poor, in fact, that they can't surgeon, who says a woman ought afford the stamps that it. takes to send not to te tnin. And Dr. Maude Gias- Coming to town Saturday with Mr. j masterly process of. sitting still. j The Standard anent the Chateau-i [guay incident, says it altogether fails! I to understand the .motives prompted the throat> and handed ifc to their written lessons and reports back rs' f a the road, seized- it ;to her. Out of her little pittance gain- toy selling her crocheted work to ,the Pennsylvania Branch of the Shut- Society, of which she is a member, Frocks of .silk and tailored suits of Dy tne organizers of pageant tp put Osteen, who, to demonstrate .her ig scneinjng to raise a fung broad cloth, as well as more simple the affront on Canadian sentiment her. backslider from provide stamps for her pupils, things In.chaliies, .are shown in thsytueerely hopes that -even-' in- allowed it to wind itself about1 latest styles, -in long individual boxes in the showrooms of agents who 'come to attend the convention. The men are not neglected, for in frock coat fall dress, even' "If the poor soul never owned but one scrag- gled suit of tweed, he who pays may eleventh hour the episode will be re- instated. MISS CAMPBELL STILL WINS .Port Rush, Ireland, May the semi-final of the open golf champion- her neck. Osteen, however, warned her, and Huffman, attempted to take jthe snake from her to demonstrate Ms j faith, whereupon the rattler, resent- jing Ms., interference, sank its fangs into the 'back of his hand. He was FINE FRUIT CROP Beachville, May first au- thentic information gathered this year be buried along with all the rest of the ship here .Miss -Dorothy Campbell, of j glory of -metal casket and carriages forjHamilton, Onu holder of the American c.li his friends and friends' friends. (title, defeated Miss Bourn.- hurriedly brought to a physician frJstTis jnow over, and the insect pest is the Alfred Hazlett, a Wabash thing the growers have to corn- man, lost a leg at'Ekfrid. gow, New York, a noted woman physi- cian, agrees. She says: "Something is very apt to be wiong with the woman who tries to make herself thin -by, unnatural and artificial means." "A woman should -be neither thin nor Dr. Glasgow said. "If she is properly healthy she will be neither- plump nor scrawny. "Think of very tnin women you know. Are not very the Niagara fruit belt, shows that fonner .wheezyj .asthmatic and freijuent ly troubled with indigestion? If they !bat-to ensure a tremendous crop. BRITISH KING ALFRED rue A.D.87I were physicians they-would fial that they had weak hearts, apoplectic dencies, and are apt to contrast con- tagious diseases. "On the other hand, the thin women, at first glance, seecn to fce much more efficient than their i-t.-ut friend. They accomplish a great a time. But very often they are worjniig almost entirely on their nerves, and when, the end comes it comes with a crash. They :u-c fre- quently people of low vitality vith little constitutional resistance. "WTien they are narrow chested and stoop- siiouldered, it is a sure sign of monary weakness. Their circulation is poor. "Of course, there are excepcons. But such only prove the general rUe tnat either extreme means weakness. Tall and Strong "The modern woman nearest to phy- sical perfection is tall and strong, broad-shouldered and deep chested. She has hips and a waist line, though it is not an 18-inch affair. There's not an ounce of superfluous flesh on Her.. Her hands and feet are not large but proportionate to her height. The line from shoulder to hips is not straight, like a toothpick, nor does it bow sharply like an hour glass. Jt is a long gracious curve. "A woman must come by this sort of figure naturally, not artificially, ANNEXATION OF ALASKA BRITISH COLUMBIA THINKS IT WOULD PROSPER BETT'ER IF JOINED TO CANADA Spokane, May of Columroia have abandoned "the Montreuil peach which was plucked from, the tree last To the eye, taste and smell, the' peach-, had lost not an iota of its original' sell and Montreuil peaches are perhaps the most delicately the beautiful to the eye and the most de- licious variety of peach known. Or- dinarily it "spoils" quickly, after ri- pening fully, because of its great j idea of a peaceful annexation, of Alas- juiciness. The conserving of sucli -a sal-d A_ B- -Mackenzie of Rossland, peach, therefore, for eight months ap- peared a miracle, especially, in the light of the [act by .witnesses ;.it was proved that the peach had not lost a particle in weight. Unlike cold-storage' the elec- tricity treated peach did not decay extra quickly it retained its firm- ness fully as long as a; fresh peach, under the same circumstances, when exposed to the free air. Eggs are said to retain every bit of "their'of the Dominion government; Alaska secretary or tne Associated Board of Trade of eastern in an interview here today, "The giving -plan is that the American people do not seem tp appreciate that all we had: in view was the development of- that country on a scale 'commensurate with, tne natural resources, similar to that of "We have felt for a long time that under the auspices of our province or freshness, no matter how- long kept in this fashion, whereas: a cold stor- age egg has a taste -envied: by a fresh egg. Milk, the fresh juice' oi fruits and articles of that sort are equally successfully conserved. The. basic principle. oE this new me- thod of storing, fresh articles of roughly-speaking, is the same by which Dr. Doyen cures a very beautiful comparison, but true, according to what the facts are said to be. The invisible waves of elec- tricity destroy the millions and mil- lions of germs decay, and when placed in an air- tight place, new genres cannot get at the article. It is understood that the discovery will be exploited by a company now being organized tor the purpose in France. which in time "cause could have a more rapid and. econom- ical development of its natural resour- ces, particularly in the shape of coal and gold mines, than it "has to' date. If the American people do not-see it tnat way, it is no fault of ours. "There is a large amount of British, and Canadian capital ready to -invest in Alaska when its natural resources are thrown open to individual..enter- prises. "From all that I have is not prospering as it should. The people "who have given time and money to the develo-pmeait of. that country are receiving no recognition at the hands of the United States gov- ernment. This has caused the present depression in every line of in Alaska-" ON TRIP OF INSPECTION W. T. Macoun, Dominion horticul- son of Professor Macoun, ar- plenty of work and outdoor exercise i rived in the city yesterday afternoon from Calgary on his aunyai visit of He visited the experiment- CHJLB'S NARROW ESCAPE. Last evening the little year and ai half old. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Laying, 1230 Fifth avenue A south, very nearly met with, through drinking poison. his death He picked up a bottle containing some kind of cleaning fluid and took a large drink of it without his mother noticing-. what and plain food. -The best way to get a good fiSurejal 7arm; jn company with W. H.ihad been done. The child soon be- is not to think about it Think ne went to, Coaldale this very ill and the mother .called it. Think about working and to look over the crops in that in medical aid. Emetics were admin- sensi-bie hours and sensible food, andjdistrict; and inspect the trees at thejistered and the little one was at last "fl Vf> 7TM ll Jr> i.V. the figure will come. nurseries. From there will proceed to Medicine Hat. er Packet DR. J. H. RIVERS Appointed Warden of the New Provin- cial Jan here he j Drought out of danger, and today has 'practically recovered from Iris illness. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get yourself into shape for "that tired feeling." that cornea in the Summer, by fortifying your constitution with Al- berta's Pride Beer. This beer is a tonic and. a strengthened A glass or two daily will give renewed life and vigor when you really feel like falling by the wayside. Its purity is absolute and it is a predigested liquid food, easily assimilated by the weakest stomach. It is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened digestive organs. Alberta's Pride beer is brewed from best barley malt and Bo- hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. The Letkbridge Brewing and Malting Co. Limited ;