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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTK TXTHTTHrnGE HEKALfl Saturday, May WRIEST usHiSI fJO MORE THAN MAKES DELICIOUS HEALTH- FUL ,WHOLESOMEfOOD_ SOLD EVERYWHERE 3N ALL FULL WEIGHT ONE POUND CANS 25? MADE IN CANADA. LTD. He Commission on Grain Trade n House A UNIQUE CEREMONY May the- "ucuso j .met this monihip: it into com-! of the whole on various public; .bills. .Mr. Oliver explained the newi .Grain Act which the senate- luid dis-l 'cussed this session. He paid ihe bill j while hulked, adopted largely the principles ihni cciitsii! in liie two acts under which rho grain: is now handled. It v.-as fex rliousriu better thai new principle! to the appointment of .1 prain coir.-.5 ;raission should he- uncomplicated by! other dinuse. "i-ere was iilnu tlu> bill as to the commission's siiou.'r! .-.f cr.oc ,so into effect, y.r. Oliver s.iid ho dici not nd-' that the old V.ii's --cedod any. :change, at any r.i'e there i? no to amend ni? existing' act ex as to f'T asked if J] Oliver this iinponr.ut bill lojji through TO'.lry. Oliver H. I... said. under- rrceuUJ pressure of work jnst wlKitij tV- oT :hi> the :o. was. He ac-j of hits'.? in, "He wrongs of the jrrowcrs he -Jidn't ?fo right ing of ii! biij as the 5 s .'Ir. ?aid [ho government no; 'AYTi; to irr.ui-iere with co a trpii'; :he tratic ij 4 ir.'eif iTiTormcd. This bii! Ji 10 r.rovid? ;i 3 j g.f-i tho O'.'clve ;i policy to -i policy in! proven grievances ihat havo od i''or and of v.'hich rhe jS 5 nio-jc informed by roe J cielcp'.uon" and by crhor means, it.' sterns the and come ir? vonclMfrions lens! 3 5 ago. The s Each lOc 1 Saturday, Monday, Tuesday FOR THREE DAYS A Fine Stock ..of Suits and Coats yet to select from at almost Give-Away Prices to Clear Thar rhf? bin slimjlri he fJelaved till reciprocity iegislaiien be dispo'ced of. i S17 serge, panamas or C fsr.cy worstbd suits for B 320 serqe. tweed and :wor- sted suits for "'_'. .1.'.... 9 Venetian, tweed Q sacking suits 1 S35 .English hsir line tweed and worsted suits for S30 fancy serge coats, wel! trim- med and lined for black and white check S 11 Ion g coats for c 5.18.50 costs of serqe.'fine wor- steds covert, cloths for...... 14 1 dresses, materials, shepherd check, black or write, for silk moirette underskirts for only brilliant near silk skirts 4 for only ___................9 I one piece dresses of serge or panama for..... QUEEN OF A REMARKABLE ACT OF MAJESTY WASHiNG THE FEET OF HOLY THURSDAY." Tlfe ancient ceremony of !iicj2llit.y The Queen was attended by is, .performed for rh.s first itlrae fey j Lord Chamberlain. v.-ao carried the cfiletratica'of orer hig shoulder .knd lke :ne royal paiace. -at M Queen Ena at Tiitrrsday iz> tii her her for 1910 for Iowa Are Com-' j piled in the Secretary of State's j i Office j Des Jloines, Ta., of ev- ery seven couples married in in Ii'10 took mitnmonia-l troubles in- 't.o court, and one of every ten cpuplesjj twelve old.men of the Palace, dtTOrced. cjd--women -svere placed persona] attendants. After thej Three times as many wives brought'S REMEMBER THESE PRICES ARE FOR THREE DAYS ONLY LIMITED SIXTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE to re-marry j per, "and while the King v.-ashed; rhei'ic .of tbe thirteenth century, and has. given pel-mission fsot.oi" the old rasn and kissed nerformed each year by every j within a year. Queen Ena performed a like office to jEionarch has occupied the Span-! Divorce figures compiled in the of- the -womsa, .ocnuiiig the kisses, jish ihrone. ;flce Qf o( state Hay va.nl, i _____________ __ _ _j i which were made public today, reveal- ,MAY TALK FROM ONE ''ed r-hese conditions. TU.RWNG STEAMERS V_. CANADA; COAST TO THE OTHER May" IS-.V- r emrgrauon to-.'Canada their services" Accordingly. Successfully Carried on Distance of Miles Xen- York, May the first, line in rlie history of. mankind the voice carried "2.000.miles direct night, York found Den- over the longdistance telephone s. A of Manhattan in one of the top floors of ai downtown skyscraper threw t.heir (voices across the plains and moun- ;tains of nine Stares to anothsr group ;awairing the message in .the Rocky City, picked up Omah.a oa jrbe way, and also gossiped with Chi- jcago. j A "phantom" telephone, connected] jwit.li four copper wires, the thickness jof s, lead pencil, brought the ciiies to-! [gether. and in all -2 people were ex- !changing1 messages by ielephone and j telegraph at once'over these four wires I With w-ires already ir cost to make the change and keep I busy gan.c of wireraen tor four months clinibine ST.OftO telephone pole? and installing coils every eight j miles. "The next, stop is San Francisco." A. J. Carty. chief engineer .of the 'American Telephone and Teie- Co.. who superiniended the ex- ;tension of the service. "Before -long .will have our wires clear through! I from New York to San Francisco." j r A rb A [ASTER S RAIN OF KfoSES TO W7 IS PERIL there. j "J-jis mother explained .'Why; George is'just playful. ,He means no week 'later I was in a Pitts- 1-urc: residence. The family Xcw York. May Playing de'-ec- not to stav. T-Tc not i from the. live for the New York Women's Club, to learn what actually happens to the j typical servant in the Leifla May Carr is returning from Pitishurg and other cities I would soon find out. "Three days later the oldest, son came home from an Eastern college. The --were gracious -thc-.'--'old of the family, was charm sober. Mo behaved like a cyclone. Before'he ''Late in The'evening, -when alcohol had been in. the house two hours he i had made'-him. adventurous, he batted seized me and tried to kiss me. the servants' quarters. I was LETHBRIDGE GROWN STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale in large or small quantities. These plants have been successfully raised here .for 9 years and-a ,rruaran- acclimated. H. P. GATRELL, Box 1925 Lethbridge. toward maids was toler- antly' madr; light of, and "that the lf tried, iny pet theories about ap- i when the old ni'an entered the maids were expected to make light of too" "Le Pouple'" is a new weekly news- paper Mont.renl is to have. Hon. Daniel Pavies, ex.M.P.r. and ex-M.P., one nf ihe veteran politici-j ans of P. K. I., is dead at C'liurlotte- j toR-n. aced 87. To fee I and" look your best in simple frock or styhsh fovn supply g2t a a In Grace model that suits your figure. The bast stores sell them. Atovc IP No. 505. very fashionable low-bujt. (ittiajj average to nil! figures with unusual comfort. 1C5 with a surprising of pericnces in "hiring out." Organization of girls plying womaiil-y reserve and ihc for-j chamber of anoilfer seryatit and my- protection to the girl sor- rn.ploymenl will he urged.-. J.awyers It was no use. He in jvant, nnist be hrougiit- .she will he retained to "make I grinned and kept on doing things that i "In several places T-Tionnd.lhal, the. first by-'-, organization and of misbehavior unvard made it impossibie for me to stay idiosyncracies of a member-; of the'nest byvpru.scculing insults to her." girls in their employ." Carr declares that "greater peri} surrounds the public, servant 'han any other woman worker." She "es instances from five months' v.'orking in homes of men well to do and highly respectable. Otif. of fifteen positions she had to nine because of unbearable ai- I t cr I ions frorr! the men of the house- i hoM. Her only .pood, .word is .ucnTsd. rough contractor, who with no training in '.he refinements of life '-trcatrd me wrfrh the'utmost defer- ence. Despite conditions that render-j j co familiarities quite possible he nev- j cr departed in any degree from the jinosv rcspfclfui attitude toward me." she luct with in richer, "mote culnvatcd she out-" lines. "In Cleveland I was second girl in. pretentious household. For nine days T thought !hc evil things said of domestics be untrue. The mis- tress was consiurrale. My 6wn hours, were never encroached on. "But the ased. butler advisad THE choice Wheat used the milling of Rofein Hood Flour makes, it the most nutritious fogjjjl in the sack of Robiti Hood Flour -wil more IOAVCS than any other brand on the market. money -bach HuAr- ia every sack. Robin Kood Flour is sold on basil written ROBIft HOOD IN MOOSE ;