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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Paffc-5 THE LETKBKIDGK DAILY HERALD Lethbridge Branch of the Over-Seas Club First Annua Empire Day Celebration Will be held in the CURLING RINK on fessed Air For 's Postal System Letters Soon to "Shoot the CIniles" in Business Dis- Service Tele- School of Minin A SC1K.VCK KINGSTON. ONT. Fur C'tlrm'ai of School further In- iKiiiun, ly to l hi? Swi'fftm y. Seiioul of Iitinc iiml ifinlslr.T JIIK! Mlnornk> ami Oeolosry iIccliiiim-Ml Knurl i K I I I ICiijrtiK' Siniliiiry though the present factories lire cap- able of producing a much larger out- put than at present. The growth oC the .business in the last twenty years harass the of Xeu Brigade's Busiest Year. Montreal brokers need a Mr. R. B. BENNETT, -K.C., of Calgary will deliver an address on Imperialism." A new play entitled Judged by Appearances. onginnlly produced by Mr. James Welsh at the Comedy Theatre in London. Knghuui. in will be preseul-ed ydth the following: caste: Arthur Pennon Lionel Helen (hu< wifo) A Buro-lar Mvs. Asijuitli Kirluird 11 lucks been remarkable. In ISSfl thei {total sales amounted to less than in 1909 tiiey had readied I he pro-j i portions of nearly In 1880) (From Our Own Correspondent.) Montreal brokers need a dog total assets amounted to a-bout Mav significant sometimes, and seldom asJMU. Without any further outside cap-) :e of an hnpcrtaut resolution as these days. .The only novel jital whatever being put. into the busi- iowed to slip bv ..comment which, has taken place ab- ness, tae net assets in had grown days ago when the'PastVaaster-Genl0111 tne :St'ock Exchaivge for to be over in spit? of the (ioi'al -announced ut. Ottawa that bus, been tlie listing ot" the that in the meantime S4.VJ.UOO had of ihe service were Com-jbeen p.'iid out in cash dividends. "'be fstlassJElod. Briefly, Mr. Canada's largest _____________ proposes, to re-arrange the company'of farming' imple J vice in such-a' that wail will .on. the move aUnost. every moment illley invariably attract a certain am- fro ax the time H to the of interest, and not infrequently K. Hiiu-ks, r. A C'onstiible .-.Mr. The following ladies and gentlemen have kindly consented to provide a program Miss Archer." Miss Miss Freeman, Mr. li. R. Cooper, Mr. H- Kilcer. and others. Mr. accompanist Chairmcin, C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L. W. A. Buchanan, will deliver a short address Admission tickets, admitting to any seat in first 10 rows.. 50 c each Tickets to be obtained from any member of the Executive, The Red Cross Drug Book Co., or from the secretary-treasurer, T. W. CLARKE, Suite 217 Sherlock Block or P.O. Box 502 cM-re When stocks are listed! BRITISH PRESS COMMENTS VARY ON RECIPROCITY Queen's University i Kingston, Ontario. ARTS, EDUCATION. THEOLOGY, MEDICINE, SCIENCE, including ENGINEERING. The Arts course may be taken by 'eorrwjion Jence.but sluclems desiring to jjratiu- ate must attend one session. ARTS SUMMER SESSION July 3rd to August 11th; I'or Ca-emlas's write the Reg- istrar. G. V. Kingston, Ont. it is delivered. The waste sec- !'ea-d the market in activity for the time! Say Inaction of British Government is londs. minutes, and even hours. Seventy-five years airo, the prej a lector is at rest, either in the corn-iseut huge concern was n. village black- er post box awaiting collection. shop. or. more properly speak- grapl) that, where the reciprocity u T sffects millions, in a Great National Betrayal London. May Sheffield Tele sack hi the nosi. office waitin sorted out. or in a pigecu hole committed by the Radicals. The gov- ernment has deliberately thrown up the sponge and abandoned the Imper- ial position." The Westminster Gazette says: .''It to a machine Like Topsey. it: agreement novv with the rest of H-will-tun..... :ag delivery, v-ill be reduced to a miu-U'Ountry. to its present huge dinien-i Thc Observer, comment-j lho TJl-iteri States lor doing what iuiiiin. jsions. Until a year or so ago. it on Selborne's criticism or ibeu-ifuc United States. Bm. Cainda Ac-cording to .Mr. Lenueux's a closed corporation, home government for its ment. several of the cksses oi" 191 through a in regard to the reciprocity agree employees are to be abolished, and! "'hich brought the present company in; ment, says: "Statesmanship which al------------------------ an increase of pay i.< to be granted being, an opportunity was afforded: energies t-o be directed not by'RETIRES AFTER LONG SERVICE the others. In Montreal, it is noticed public participation in thc enter- tj10 ,-eai i rend of trade but some ficti-j Montreal. May Robb, r tens of millions. is -arguable that .-Canada is foolish to jean be trusted to Icok her intereais." Sjtluu the uniformed men. the men The headquarters of the com- jv.-a-lk the city with tae pouches are at Hamilton, where the man- backs, is covers about, fifteen reason was-acres. As the present factories and 'discovered, there was only cover an area of ao- ijecdon on the part of the citizens. Xowjout five acres, ample room is afi'ord- bags fun of mail on their be decreased. Tnti! the tioiis necessity of promoting imperlii (Who has served the corporation of .Mon unity inevitably its mi'.rk. as accountant, auditor, control- On the other hand the .Morning Ad-'h-r and city treasurer, during- the past, vertiser, cammenting on the govern-1.IT years, will retire the end of meat's i-ej.iiy to Lord Selborne, terras present year. He T.-JH be entitled to A it "a lame and impotent defense of one' pension of during the remaind- appears, riie government has iujed for extensions when necessary, ,al-j of .the greatest national betrayals of his life.. hands, plans calling J'or the installa-j _-__ ___-.._ __ :._______________ __ __ _ __ tion of the tube system of letter de-j _ .1.1- livery and collection. a note m i n HH'MI i. :to the tabe in your office, and, presto.: ;ir, is -whisked off to the post office.j- iv.-here it is sorted immediately witl i others of its kind, and shot into an Jl jotier tube., which whisJvs it off to the: ;sub-post office nearest the -ddress on! PROF. .HANDSOME ACTRESS fice. jTakes Possession of Husband's O j and Demands Support From 1 Sued for Divorce Because. Wife Saysj Iowa.Tlay Florj She Cannot Stand for his jence Smith Stone, a handsome actress j Brooklyn. X. Y.. claiming to-be thei of Dr. J. C. Stone, ot tliis city.! New York. Ada taken possession of tbe doctor's; Ruddy, wife of Professor of Languages j office here, and defies any one-to-eject Verses the envelope. If it is for the out-of-i town mail, it of course, has to wait r'or, jtiie fast growing obsolete train scr-i I vice. j ________ The Moccasin Telegraph j Pilot or Engine Brakewsan Grasps; Th- regular mail and telegraph scr-; ;vice was -b-adly beaten, the other day! i in heralding the sad neivs of the death; Wheels !of Inspector North West Mounted Police, and nisi companions, all c STANDING Babe From Death Beneath Olno._ilay l3.- -r'1101 Cl a 3l5 Four tram lfcs-L Have YouSeen "The Car With the Silent of uievCiiy of New York, has filed '-and has not been kno-vn as a married the centre of a suit for divorce, charging: cruel and; man. .Mrs. Stone arrived on the scene River, here. J. Vv: inhuman treatment.. Some of the in-jand demands support from the doctor. of Carey, reached, out aud. grasped u.i. j iici c. 'Lji-t. tv __ ;ii t-0 QGittil OH 1 n.6 WSQll'.f' Hans Christian Ruddy, of the Stone came here- two years 'ai.-on a Sirl -icPherson Well.over a mciuh spanning :U8fore the Srniif r e iate .oi' these galiaut officers from Regina. Charlie'' t Landing, ninety miles north oi'l i human treatment., according TO Mrs. She bad a marriage certificate show, the chiltl from lile .track as_ tiie e-" pearscs, a constable stationed Ruddy, reading poems, a J. C. -Stone bad married lier'pae 'passed over the ?pot she i Edmonton, had heard from th The child, about six years old. vras disins .that "Fitz" was. deiil. The cipally his own, to her. j a: Crow.n Point, Ind.. May 2C. 1909. 'had stood. "-.My daughter Zaidee was named af-t She says Dr. Stone told her to go ter the professor's old sweetheart on stage and earn her living crossing the bridge, when suciclenlv River saw the train, s. had told Good Mrs. Ruddy said, "and. although she two years, and that he -would come i she saw rhe train, wW-n had been Hope Indians: they had .told tic now married, she is the cause of Burlington, and get mto shape to: switching in the yard, approaching.JKibs: the Dog Ribs had ,lckl the famUy. unpleasantness. She her a home. iScrearcing, she eroueaed to leap siavays had told the Creos. ta Boston." j Dr- Stone does not deny that he isjihe river 40 feet The so "My bus coutinued Mrs.. to the refuses to'.attracted ihe attention of the brake-'rVi-o taonsand mires vlthii) (ly, "is over poetry. Wliy. on the'lh'e ber- !mari CI1 the that ir-the Arctic Circle to Pear- day we were marriedi he v.-as found in; tco late to stop the engine, bmuci-: scn -wrote the 10 Forbes liis home reading poetry, having forgot j 3R5EFS i made .his heroic rescue. iland. an old comrade of Fitzgerald ten about the ceremony. His affinity j Wre A supreme-nerve in the moment! during the early days in thc north, end in Boston is also poetic. She sent him the following quotation: "'Oh, for a touch, of a vanished; Band, and the sound of a voice that still, the tender grace of a'day tnatf Lake n i 3R5EFS j Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mackay ivere I [rescued by a ladricr, when tire stroyed their home at Moose Creek, i. need, he collapsed after bearing the.there ,had ibeen time for an to safety, and the giri ran letters -betvreen Montreal andj I before her name could -be -learned. A'Athabasca Lauding before the Cora-' ,little 'brother of the girl. was go-, :aissioner of Police at '.Regina hs'di is several feet iing across the bridge with her, a telegram from Dawson on! Is dead, can never come -back to its usual level, and South For- train in time to leap upon-a stone ;uie sublect. This is not the first timsj He Tennyson to me -n-henjcupine is flooded up -to the King i abutment that, bears in tae' bridge any means that the rapidity with; I was trying to sleep." George Hotel. i Fashionable ayed orderin and spreads out beyond the track. li is me latest development of. me news travelling by snowshco'jj g train has surprised civiliza-' Hsir Makers' Strike women, who have dc-, their spring and sum-} of puffs, rats, and otherj mysterious paraphernalia v.'ith which !f- It is the most most econ- most durable system of heating. It is health- ier becauso of. .rhe totai absence of gas and parched dry air, when poor hot-air systems are installed. It is sure because it is automatic in all its workings. A slip of memory on will not set the house afire or freeze you out. Then again the expense of maintainance is surprisingly low. It will last years without a cent being spent upon it. In other heating systems you have to estimate oh repair- ing radiator leaks. Gurney-Oxford Radiators cannot leak. They are jointed with an all metallic joint that will last for years. There are no threads to leak or get crossed. They always fit. Gurney-Oxford Boilers do not require an engineer to run them. They are equipped with patented Oxford Economizer. This apparatus completely controls the fire. The usual juggling of drafts, dampers, etc, is dispensed with, besides this saves 20 per cent- of your fuel. The lever of the Economizer sets in an indexed gear and by raising or lowering it the draft is increased or decreased at your pleas tire. Metals, Limited: Please send me information on your heating .systems. Xame Another feature of these boilers is their Reversible Grates. These grates are tri- angular and turn completely over. You do not shake them. You lurn rhem in one direction only. They cut the ashes out instead of forcing them up the tire-as the grates usually do.. This means perfect combustion. get your money's worth out of rhe coal. Send for our free book. "Heating the Home.'' It contains information that will interest METALS MMITEIX LETHB1UDGE Calgary and Edmonton j-woman's natural supply of hair is raented, an embarrassing state affairs. The reason for this is- thei 11 'strike of the workers engaged in making of switches, transformations j 'und aids to the :art. These employees demand an ad-jjj jvance in wages, and claira that at .tnej 'rates they are now paid they are even able to equip.themselves with fair supply of the arnncial curls jthey turn out in such numbers forjf ;their more fortunate sisters. As thisjj city-is the Canadian centre of the hair market, the dearth in thej supply of woman's most widely used; 'aids to nature is likely to cause gen-1 eral iniic-ss the indignation :ihe feminine public puts an early end; to the present contest. Impracticable! persons of the male sex have suggest-'' Jed-that the present 'difficulty might be'; met by using last, season's styles, but- horror with which this proposal1. 'was received is conviacing .that if there is anything more useless j jthan a last year's bird nest it must be] ;last year's rats and curls. Eariy Dog Days Dorr days are early this year. To! those who do not. understand the slang; ;cf the financial district, it may be i{ plained that (be dog days are the j! when business is slack and trading is1] ar a sianrlstiil. They occur cally ai time, but are usually' hnosfc in July and August. The 'term is believed to have originated ;years ago in New York among the brokers on the Stock Exchange. Just i behind the great money market in that: 'city, there used to stand a little [who kept log market. busi-- .was poor, the financiers used to- while, away (be time buying, trading; and talking dogs. -_ same money. It has caught on with the experts, and would rouse your enthusiasm loo The McLaughiin is The Car For You 01 We do net, wish rou to take our Ask 2. owner, or who knows Listen to coasDients. You tieni a very "The IJcLaughlin is an honest. ail-round to burn r.ud a corker to of the bunch." etc. Tke general reputation of a more evidence oi' irs ivort.h than or of records that read Hie a Chapter in Chronicles or the Without End of the Dealers1 Special Ritual of Praise. hap-ha-arci choice of a raptor a hasty "is apt to follow when it is too late. It is hard to get .real in a. moderate-priced can. Vve absolutely guarantee you v.-ill find jt in Model 27 at factory. Choice of Sevoiueen sr.yic. body, you ir.ay happen to' be in this broad r-ro not far from a McLaughiin- .Kuick Agency :i r' GARAGE Competent Mechanic m cromptly .done at rcsscr.abJs for 3 few cars 1227 St. Tlie Old ;0ity Auto" Garage.' MeLaugliliu Rigs We have, nou- the heaviest and best assorted stocK or these sylen'did rigs that has ever been shown in Lethbridse. Twenty-five tvnes set up in our show-room to pick from. Liberal discount on cash sales. .y- Duiiiop Tires n A thousand dollars v.-orfch of casings and tttbc-s :n stock in from HO 3 1-2 ;itn. The features of this season's Dunlops arc a much heavier stock, two extt-a thicknesses of canvp.a, a tube-protecting flap attached to inside of each casing. Dttajops arc giving splendid satisfccuon. Call and examine these tires. Fish and-Tuaho'pe Wagons To reduce onr stock we -H'ill offer 20 of these excellent wagons at prices that will surprise you. This offer is good for-60 DAYS ONLY. DISTRICT Fairbank's 25 H. P. Tractors. DC Lava! Crean-. Separators, Fairbanks Gas En- gines. Scales, Windmills, Etc., Campbell Sub-Surface WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hay, Grain, Seed, and Genera! Produce. Write or wire for quotations. ._.-'" AND OFFICES P. C, BOX 112 Cor. 2nd Ave. ant! 12 1-2 St. 3. (Ford St. East.) TELEPHONE 1244 WE RENT FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL OR A PORTION' OF A 26x100 CONCRETE CELLAR 1.2 feet deep, with use of spur track and elevator. This cellar is specially suitable for a wholesale business ;