Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, May 20, 1912 TTTF- LKTJTRRIBGE HERALD (Look AND It) PULL FOK THE HHOtttt It Is tin "J3DISON" and will tuke the top nink.-ln.'llitfeliiuj list sf "Sea ProductlonB" llmt. Imve yet been put before the. iwblir Miss LauyuvSawyer playa very oft'eotlvely part or l.iio Ule which IK taken Troth tho ijopnlin book he .Mttilomm c Ule of tho scenes some delightful o( tho Uulhe'Htirbor flml-othcrs. remlnU us of. tragedies. PROVIDENTIAL BKKAD A U'ue-tO'life and heart touching story of an old musician ami poor girl oiplmn. The story is concehable and therefore all more interesting. .Also Colored Sconce In Japan. TIIEFK LAST CHANCE "OH YOU OLD MAIDS." Ton never saw a "runnier" picture :han this, In, the .vholc courae of your-existence. It appeals to jp'th'i sexes instantaneously and hilariously. When a woman .ut- :ainn the age of'35 'and la unmarried she gets "desperate :tnd then tjome." Change Every Where the Money comedy drama by the Company w Peggy, the' Daughter: a beautiful drama Kalom H His Brother's o good lively comedy liy M r- H L. Sweet Voiced Open 7 p.m. Prices 10 New York's Fire Tomorrow MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducts by FIDELIO) At SUrland has n ''.surprise packet" for Monday anil Tiicsiluv which la one o[ flu; !aUsl pruiliiclioni ciiiitlcd "I'ul! for Hie The picture is taken from the popular book by Stewart Phellts entitled Jliukiiiiia of the Tulis." H IK a licart-toucliiiig fislfcrfolk story in which Miss l.a'.ira Sawyer plays the leading part o[ "The Sailor's Wife" von: fillectivtilv, and it disclos- es some delightful scones of the Maine Harbor 'and the mighty ocean' in all its magnificent and .iwe-inspir- ing beauty. The sailor, after DOCTORS SAID IT WAS HEART FAILURE And BIN Ml Up-Bit "FruiM-llm" Cirri Mi MOOKPIILD, AlAXCIf 95th. IpIO "I suffered from .Indigestion aud for nearly twojiars I could not take food without leirful distress. Two doctors thought tiiy disease wan Ilfart failure and incurable, and I'expected to die in a short lime. My son aslced me to try From the ouUet, 1 wts tetter and gradually thii fruit medicine completely cured me. I tool, perhapi a dozen I am cuied and have gained 30 pounds in HENRY SPEERS (Justice of Peace) are sold by all dealers causeless quarrel, leaics Tor ,i fibbing at 50C a box, 6 for trial sue orseulottreceiptof price by Fruit-a lives trip saung goocMnc to Ins CHUwi. wife. In a'log his dory is separated from the ship, and lie is cast adrift and reported as dead. 11 ap- proaching summer when lie'went nut, and after being washed up on a for- eign.shore and suffering untold agony for nianv months, he evcntuallv reach- Iionie at Christinas, and although his home-coming was unlooked-for.. arid unexpected, it brings great joy into the. sorrowful UUle home, and mukes an extremely effective and well de- signed picture. Apart from this hig feature there are two othels entitled "Providential which is a touching and irue-to-Iife slory of an old musician arid a poor girl orphan t TO SUCCEED MR. ;MQ.RINE OHfiwa, name oC-W H. K, C., of Pembroke, an un- cte or Gerald .-V. White, ai.P. for North mentioned as a possible successor'to Uon, A. B. inc. as chairman of the public ser Tice commission, ivhen Air "Morme has "finished his work KILLED, BY ZULUS Dudley Mponey has returned to London, Out., from South am tells of th'e death of Lome Hoake, u St. Thomas school teacher, and OHB -Roberts of who Killed bj Zulus All three were members of the mounted constabu- lary. ALEXANDRA HOTEL W. J. STOKES, J. H. LEE, Msnaoer Best Appointments anrt Service Strictly up Cla-as C'nl'c Open 5 30 a.m., to 9 p.m. Rocky Mountain Sanatorium Sulphur Springs Frank, Alberta he Kocky San.itoilum, locatetl at ono of the most scenic t.he Rockies, at an altitude feet, is the most up-io-rtate .hotel-in the Crow's Neat Pass. It Is fitted throughout with convenience. Connected with-the Famous Sulphur Springe, the waters of which arc.famed for their curative properties and are knowa to have-given .relief to scores suffering from The, house'has 66 rooms and suites with every modern conven- ience, including, baths, hot and cold water, telephones, etc. The Culinary Department Is in charge of an experienced Chef. The Hotel hail lately been put under now and elflcieni management.and nothing is left undone to- assure the comfort of the gucatti. Travellers met at all trains. .Special rates to families on application. All of the above which tgo to make the Rocky Mountains Sanatorium-a. very pleasant -summer residence as well as a. most beneficial health- restoring resort. and an instantaneous comedv entitled Chance." The'story deals with two spinster sisters who are between 35 and 10 vears of age and unmarricci, and when a woman attains this age, and is still "on the shelf" she gets desperate (and then as is amply proven in this extremely amus-1 ing picture which will appeal equally lo both saxes. It Would Shut Canadian Boats out of Panama Canal Government by Barristers and for the Barristers (Continued' from front page) (Continued ,from front The Adanison bill unsettled all of these agreements, it is believed and may result in grave international complications. The railroads of the U. S. arc opposing the provision with might and main, If they are bcatcrr in House tliej carry the fight to the Sen- ale. Indeed, they are now expecting to make their hig stand in the.seri- ate. U'heii Canada fully .understands the importance of the proposed legis- lation it is hclieved that the Cana- dian and the Canadian cinmcnt will get might) b'lM too The (ihii'cf m Jim nrovi- s on of the canal hill is to hung about, if possible, fieight rates .rough uimpetition betwti'u railroads and water carriers. It Ms beheicd that steamship, owned >v a railroad m this conntij onCan- or niav compete for traf-i c" and with ;'sairt railroad or other j carrier" and therefore comes within the prohibition of the hill. The injustice of presenting iail- roads in this country from operating steamships and at tho same time n'er- mitiing Canadian toads to operate ships in American waters is recagnij'.- rd hj the authoi and advocates of the hill majontj ot the liouse arc determined, to stand In the proposed legislation so far as United States ships are! con- cerned, and therefore, the) are not likeh In uclfl icgaiclmg Canadian ships in American waters. The suppoit of the railioad section of the hill is non partinn was icpoiled In ,i laigc majoiiu From the committee hv tho votes of democrats and republicans. Meriv'jers" of both parties will oppose it. Tha section of the Ilay-Piauuccfote treaty, which some-'believe would pi'ev'cn.fc the I" S.-from enacting such legislation Canadian ships ib this The'canal shall he free and open to the vessels of commerce and of of all nations observing-'these nilcs on tsnns of entire equality so that there shall be no discrimination agaiiisi "any such nation or its eil.i- ?ens or 'subjects, in respect to the, conditions or charges of traffic to otherwise. .Such ions and charg- es of trill'c, shall be fust an.! equit- able." "The is filled with dis- trnst. the most demoralizing of social mrluenreB Tno central fact of all th-e present trouble is-distrust "There'is only one way in which our present drift toward revolution or revolutionary disorder can he arrest girl orphan ed, and that is by restoring the confi- and hilarious dence of those alienated millions, who 'Their Last are virtually now changing from lo- cally to the Crown, from simple pat- riotism, from habitual industry, to a more and morp effective expression of -deepening-resentment. "The; real task the govern- good govern- ing, is not to get the better of the ar- gument, or the best of the bargain, but to lay bold of the imaginations of this drift-In Bulleji suspicion, which is the working body of the country" .Mr. Wells' goes on to argue that the attitude of the government 'and politi- cians generally, toward labor is cal- culated lo increase labor disputes The government, .he 'says, is in the hands of the lawyers "The -decline of the Hous-a of on, "has-been the triumph of those lawyers, and we are governed now to a large extent, not so much by tho-people the people, as by barristers' for barristers "Lawyers -made the-first French rev- olutipn. They have yet to bring ab- out au English one." Rule by Machine "In.Great says' 'Mr. Wells, "we no longer have flections, but ic jecttons Party organisations appoint about men ,all the so-called self-governing people are alltfwed to do is In a hiuddle-rl, angry to strike off half of them." Mr. Wells thinks the" 'remedy would be the earnest .the coun- try to the necessity elaborated project of conciliation, and social co- operaiiu.il, w-miid ponstitute a national conference of thought and action. f Very ftev. AViiliam .Ralph Inge, the of St. aiid a noted essay- ist op sociology, writes a piece, in which he agrees with Mr. demnation o-' the irresponsible rich. The doctor says, however, that he thinks the main cause of the tension is the excessive increase of the pop- tho unforumite fact that GOOD JOB QPEN FOR SOME RABBI London, May- 20. The Jewish Chronicle prints what is practically an advertisement for 'a.new chief rub- hi U n in the shape ol a fniin.U lettci dom the secrctji) to the Un- ited .Synagogue, in which the hope !s cvpicsied that "am gentleman who is .prepared to accept the position of chief lahhi jull communicate as soon as.possible.'' The job ii wot til J ,i jcar. Homeseekers' Rate Given by Railways (Continued from fiont page) the nation is breeding from inferior stocir He hajs "So jqng as our social reforniers and. agitators shirk these problems, I not much confidence in then in- telligence jnd honcbtv mount was to work for an extension of, tho Jiomeneekers' whlcbr is in force to Canada ev- ery first and third Tuesday of month. .In October the second excur- sion of the month falls on October 15. By extending the time of this excur- sion, may come Leth- bridge on a homeseekers' excursion ticket between the' fifteenth and eigh- teenth of-.Uje month, the tickets being good for return within dajs. 'This Is the arrangement It" would have been pos siblo for us to inaKe, and it is accept- able to.all lines of railway. The east- ern roads have promised meet the rate, and all rates will, be based from Chicago. Tlio New-York'CcnlTal was give a low rate, owing to their detenninaion.to draw Immlgra-i to that State, and also be-! cause New York State wants the Con- gress to come there within the next few years. The" soil them" and western railways nere also glad to cooperate on ac count of the campaign being wag by Olahoma and Kansas to bring the Congress', to either one of those States next year After the 1913 Congress It is likely that Oklahoma and -Kan- sas will jbiii forces to accomplish .heir object. Both Oklahoma City and Topeka, Kan., want the 1913 session of th-a Congress, but the> :ogether. and decide before-. coming here which city is to get it. They will bqth.be here in strong numbers. Oklahoma Citj, especially, is verj ous to ofCset-tbe immigration to Ca- mda, and not only in the 'numbers of their delegation, but also as regaids theii exhibit Thej are .-waiting :imtil July I, when they see rthe .prosiract's .otl a big crop.. Then a campaign .will be-started to raise the monev, while the whole State nm chinerj mil be put to woik gathering the exhibit They (will bring the In dian State Band, and will nm a spec- ial train, and expect to make a-noise like -nhich will outsitip anj thing dpne fast year Geneno of Exhibit' In order tliat interest in the exhib- it may be keen, th-a State Fair, held at Oklahoma City .during the second wecK of 5npteniDPr, MHI a dn- farming, section, arid the exhibit for Lethbndge will picked Tiom this display Tbe Americans feel ver> Keenlj, said Mr Burns, the immigration to Canada this sptmg, and aie going to do erythlng possible to offset it Governor Cruce, of Oklahonia: sai-d afcithe 'meeting of tbe State Ag- Sure they wear them out fast, for boys will be .boys But we have studied the question, madam, and offer you shovi that .ire strong and well made lust suited to the healthy praaks of your boy so far as wear is concerned. They are neat and smart on his -flivt him that clean "young gentlemen" appear- ance that you proud of him. COME IN AND- LET, US SHOW YOU A FEW OF OUR 3TYLM. THE PRICES ARE .RIGHT Boy Scouts, Ahrens and Cote's TOGGERY EVEN IN YOU ARE NOT A MILLIONAIRE ;ou will feel when dressed in a suit that has been cleaned and pressed at the Cleaners Dj our meth- ods we add a style and smart- ness to the cut of your gar- ments that them the ap- pearance of the best tailoi made It is, a -well known fact that clothing lasts much longei when aegulail) cleaned and pressed We rlean anj thing that can he Uius, draperies., silkg and satins x The CroAvn Cleaners Opp Wesley Church, 474 1TCII! ITCH! What long nerve lacking clays S ot constant toriiirc ttliat sle nlgllts of teillble agony ricultural 'called to meet HOTELKEEPERS PROTEST Welland, May liotclkeepeis A deputation of ll on lion Air Hanna this weclt and protest, against nil hotel liars and Hguor stores along the canal being closed, while the work c-f enlargement is going on. MANY CHARGES OF PERJURY Fifty charges of perjury are made .by .Blrtwell-Mills, an agent, against Edward "Mathows Hamilton, in con- nection with u long dispute deal ovc house purchase. WILL DROP STREET RAILWAY FRANCHISE Saskatoon, May Elvann Company, hoklhig the street railway frnncliie-3 and charter for electric power development, has given up (he gnost, a. .signifying ma willingness to sign a release. Twenty citizens stepped into the breach with an offer to finance the construction of a 8treat car system at an estimated cost of half a million as long as the tsity wishes. They will put the offer in concrete shape at a spccjal meeting of thn city council.1 Air. Kv ins did not tliiuk his own project yible Cascarcis tVork While You Sleep Salts, Calomel and Catha. Me Pills are act on bowelt as pepper acts in ticjtrils Mr Burns on his 'If there an} silverware at Lethbndge, it is coming back to: Oklahoma. You can quote me on that point, -'or we certain- ly do not intend Canada sha beat us out this jear We are going to show those people who have left the States-' tq go to! Canada, that they should have remained at home." Montana .is and both Billings and Great Palls will be here with large -delegations and hig exhlb' its. "Montana is a rival of Alberta for immigration and does not intend to be beaten out If they- can help it, Colcrfldo is also nnxiniie to be welt represented, and are raising a special fund to help along the campaign for a large State exhibit., "In -my entire trip, I found tlie keen est interest in. said "Mr Burns, "and I expect to see a large and enthusiastic" crowd (torn the States here in iioh, constant itch, until it seeped tliat I must teai off my skin, Instant nn skill cooled sooth- er! and lieuliid The first diops of D D D Pie- sci iption for stopped that fill itch Inslantlj; jes tlie veiv mo ment D D D touched the burning skin the torture ceased. D D U lias been known tor yoari as the only absolutely reliable eczema remeclj for it cashes awaS the dla ease germs leaves the skin1 as clear and healthy as that of a child 1C jou will come to onr store, we have had the agency roi this iftmedy foi so many years that we can tell jon all about D D D. Prescription tnd how it. cures, eczema, J Oi you can get a free trial bottlf by wilting D. 0 D, Laboratories 19 Col- St, Toronto Hed iirug f t Book Co, spring Contractor Oooilf came out and went the vork extending carcfullj part o! tho walks and snon af lei ii coippanj wcic sent out fioni oi men tend to the perfection o( the joot portions. The walks now appiar ta be first cipss, and there is IHtla douht that no more trouble experienced from them. MAGRATH Take a Cascaret tonight and' thor- oughly pleiuisc your Uver, Stomach and Bowels, and .you will surely feel great by morning. Yon men and women who have headache, coated tongue, can't sleep, arc bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with a sick, gassy disordered stomnch, or have backache and feel fill worn out- Are yo.u keeping clean inside with merely Farcing a pass- ageway every few days with suits, cathortic pills or castor oil? This is Important. Cascaret B immediately cleanse and rcEiiI-ite the stomach, remove the spur, undigested and fermenting food and foul gasew; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the decomposed waste matter nnd poison from the in- testines and bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. A 10- joiit.box from your druggist, means a clear head and cheorfiilnoss lor months. Dont forget the children. Magraili, Alia., May Ifl.-Thc early part of this .wpck will sec. the open- ing of third big store when "Messrs. Davips and Grant ol Itay- inoml will open a business in the Mercer building, 'made vacant by the removal of the post office to '.mother quarter. This stand is one of the Ijpsl in town, being in a very good business quarter, ancl the new store should receive a faii share of the business The gang of men which Contiactor Ooodc of Lclhbritipc had repairing the sUirvvaiks here, Jias completed the work ami left For Lethbndge last Sunday. This repair was made necessary because of the damaged condition of the caiised by the early frosts of last fall. .Severs) por- tions of the walks were during Ilip ruli! inap, in iKlng it nrpossihle to escape, the congmity of the frost lit night the cement, wns and later chipped oft. This YOU'LL find comfort jn coolness and these 2 Piece Suits. They are fine English Flannels and Serges. Tailored expressly for hot days light enough to keep you fine enough to make you look your besl. Made in the new English with natural shoulders. Come in and see them. McKELVIE McGUIRE.