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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 8 Large Doors-Easy Firing gent to explain its many advantajrM, or our nenrest for booklet. Look at these roomy Double Feed Doors. You can use a big shovel there is no (danger of hitting the sides and spilling coal all over the floor. These doors will admit a big chunk of wood too. The Sunshine Furnace is easy to operate. McCIary's Sunshine Furnace London Ttmta Moitrul .Winnipeg St. John, X.B. Ktmillon Saikiloon 'Ml ISPU1UP Interviewed In regard to the lion recently passed at Ottawa, and imbllshed In Friday's Herald, for the protectloa of 3fr. J. Har- ris, ol J. Harris and Co, tho fol- lou-ing stattaiBnt to the Herald this cioralng: "As employment agents, wel- come the regulations cited In the new act. In tho paat many persons de- scribing u employment Agents in Toronto Montreal, have advertised In Old Country paipcrs that they wer legitimate tyaul ilr. Harris, for the pait two years, hag worked in oonjancUoa and. to- operAtton vlth the locil licmlxzatloii ofMce'In tiring'to iislsl Immlgntnts to Lcthbrldge la ilndlrif suitable employ- ment, and thtt In the majority of It le difficult to place 'an Countryman because at his inaiperlecce and auco of the TTAJE ol the country. He Eaya IL-h necessary In almost ev. eiy case, to place the new arrivals In some position where, perhaps, their earning power Is someTrhat hamper- but where they can acclimatize ihemtelrei and become familiar conditions. But although thla is Mr, HarrJu Ihat they do not itay long In their mediocre rc- sitioa, they Itirn nays ot the country very (juicily, end after a i term ot apprenticeship, as It were, tbfty branch out into larger, better po- the new act protects the im- migrant, Mr. Harris thinks there is rowa for a" HtUo more protection lo tbs legitimate eod employ- Ho tb! n tbe cl ly should paw 'a bylaw reo.ulring every agent to put up a bond oi one thous- and dollars before granting him a li- cence. This would put a atop, to the worklnga ol the transient agent cones here during the host season, And when things are slack, moves to other cltisB. Not only this, but many of transients use dishonest methods of collecting fees, and. when they have a .nice little earn they sud- denly ar.d'ailenUy evaporate. The elty of Mooie Jaw "big such a bylaw aa Mr. lUKfetti, -They a bond all atenia'tfefora will iciUB a licence. Ilr. 'Htirrli welcomes leEJlim competition on an equal bails, but he Hon. (J. it. Mitchell will retain his portfolio In the .government of province of Mbeiti and a seat T be found tor him ia teglsUlure at an early date. Mr. Mitchell %as yre- vlouely for Medicine Hat but the fiuai rtsult of the taft eleciJon declared at the recount on Saturday bae left him without a Beat, Mr. -Yitcfccll arrived yes- terday Iroix tbe )lat and remained in the city for ihe iiroceedtat; north to Kdmontoii in the Mr Mitchell Eald be glad Lhit Hat election had beta finally settled and coL'grat'ilaUr-d Mayor SKI cer on his victory, H bad beta a month ot weary and worry for all concerned but now that the official result nas declared all nere perfectly Eitijlied anil the Liber als is we conscious tuac thouali the> leaton they had imt up a c and close fight. Vacant Seat in tho North Mr. Mitchell said It bad not eettled what eeat he would stand for but that would no do'JUl be feuled ii time. In the meantime he coa tluue to conduct Ihe departrafnt public works and act as yretaler in :e ol Mr. Slfton In England. It Is not expected that Mr. SKum will be back In Canada till the beginning o July. He has already arrived oa ibe other side but the of securing the loans (or the province for which mission he SGI out, nill take more than a month. It is likely that the matter of'Mr. Mitchell's election wil be leftover till then. There are three seats In the L for which Mr. -Mitchell is eligible These are Peace River, Athabasca nnd The two former election were delayed and vrill be held som lime In tbe future but nothing has a >et been arranged. The latter to be contested at the- recent dectlo out was won by 0. W. Cross, who ale carried the seat of Edmonton. Humors already been clrcula ed that Hon. A. G. McKay will be th contestant in Edson whtn Mr. resigns IhD seal as he will be boun to do, not being to sit for t: This is quite within the rang of possibilities. There are still th other tuo seats for which Mr. Mitche might run and there are ntimerou members who have already slgnifie their wJIKngoesE to retire in his faio and allow tbe minister to get a sea THE BEGGARS hty ihe walks cf city, And follow us domu the .-tretf, .nd they elifle our hun-an pity, With tbe "or who klild klcd- "ness, With vcicp of lies. 'or tbe beggar, who tauma bis blind- ness With slfiht la bis sM'ty ejes. "or tbe child wlih the trkk of Ins, For manbood lost to FOr the foltowiDg, crinijins', creeping, The- heartless vampire game! And we, who have loltcd through linguor, tirougb sorrow ami to Bpurn them In riBbuou- anger. And then steal back to Wilbor TompklLi. Mr. David Whl.lnej has Julned ibe ocal etaft of the Mercliat.U Hunk. Mrs. E, A. hag return- ed from a fortnight's Ju Calvary. think Mienta shoaM, bs Qeromi- London, May tuih today for tht ct tho loan recalled the scenes which it- tended tbe Issue ol Iho Japaneie war loans. Tho portloa allotted to London IB apparently o! irtifch, ao- corcfing to (ho prospectus, has already been applied for and will ho allotted in full. The provision that Is payable on application, spat a chfH among those who TV tie prepar- ing to iafeo advantage of tha premi- um ol one-hall per cent, at vh'ch (ho loan was quoted yesterday. There vas a smart reaction and the pre- mium declined from to 1 per cent Tho loan is Yedce.nable hjr annual drawings fn'47- ycact, Sized Her Up your husband rmial hnve absolute rest. Mrs, doctor, he listen lo me. very good beginning, nuclam; a very good don Taller. MILADI EDITED BY 1224 Ret- 11U ilts. nho ts 111 at ilje 3ilt llobi-iiai, Is doing very nicely. Mre. Era T. Peacock, of is speed leg a the guest of hyr sisk-r-Iii-law, Mrs. S. D. reacock, No, i Strathcosa Court, The of the ifoii. Soiuweriand Macdor.alJ places tiotber, Hon. Holaud Matdonald, as helr-ayparcnt to the title of Lord Macdonald u" an ancient Scotch peerage. Mr. Macdonald married a few ago Mies Helen Holme Hankes. graud- ddughter cf tLe late Sir Mac- herEonj of Chestnut Park, Toronto. Picnics will undoubtedly be ihe or- der of tie diy on Saturday, Ma> 24, Mr.. and M J. are moving this week futo borne at 1003 'Eighth Miss Agnes DourEeH is usltiug with slsler, Ingbaw. o! Edmonton. Mr. Bowman his bttu trarsftrred 'rom the local branch cf iLe Mer- chante Bank to the branch 3L Sceltler, -Miss Holmes has moved into 1argf-r ajiartraente, Room 1, Hull Block, .vltJi after her patients. lam, tho HUle son of Mr. au( Mrs. TbomnE I'atobing. 1501 Fourth avenue -S'orth. in'.ite ill on attack of measles Mr. and Mrs. W. J. .Arcistrosg aro entertaining a number of (be souog Specials In The Carpet Department Jaiia-icae Malllug, coinealtaaal design. In Oalaty com- Unatiou of green a.ud coloring, one >ard. uide. JUTE BRUSSELS RUG A rug Ibat has the api'tar-une ol gooi eariiiy quality, fu green noral anil fawn size (i i a 11. s ID. er au The Hudson's Bay Stores Eome business, Among oth- er [Minis' it nas dcddcd to hold a Eoci'il u vuek from .Mondi) r.tit. St. Monica's Guild of St. Aususlin's church, lie-Id imj ortant business should the weather he favorable. Tlie ;ueeilcg !a't nciiicc The GuiU Hudson's Bay staff ere plarnlns a [o ln Jolly oMas to SL Carriages npw vvcre M. and Semites Mil convey tue party." SQ for at, will number teiKten thirty al Sunday srtoo, .to lie picnlcKlng the mrtt-.ods mentioned Wfccl i.ith tho where games, louch. and the api-nnal or lie p.oner authorities people dance. toulght at a "hard lime" FIRE DBILL AT THE CENTRAL SCHOOLS CENTRAL, MANUAL TRAINING, KINDERGARTEN AND HIGH tOHOOL EMPTIED IN 45 Something new ID the lino of school fire drill -was tbla afternoon, "whan looie twenty or thirty members of the ichool board, aldermen, and clt- gathered at Ctntral School to witness one o; the regular drills, to- BARAN WENT TO SCAFFOLD MANITOBA MURDERER WAS COOL T OLAST AND DID NOT CONFESS gether an exposition by the city llre department. The alarm was rung D lit the Central school, and In forty- livo ueconda exactly tho Central school, High school, Manual Training and Kindergarten emp- tied of tholr six hundred pupils. The drill uaa orderly In erery particular, the pupils helng Hned up In good or- der outside when the spectators got ouliidt th'e fcvent. Belter time has seldom heen made In any practice drhl. To the monotony, Chief Hardy, of the Fire department, was present, ind In %iew of the pupils rang In an alarm to the fire stations. In lest than (wo .minutes the auto truck on the Job, and water thrown In! 2 minutes and 11 eeconds, 'No. 2 de- partment was ready for bmlneai in three minutes and. eleven seconds, af- 'lor the alarm wna turned in. The children enjoyed very much the demonstration by the flro department. THREW A UBIOK INTO HOME OFFICE Portage I.a Prairie, May the first time in the history of Poit- age I.a 1'rairic the jail here was the stene of an e.veciition, when John Baran, the murderer oi ConstaMe RooVcc, paid the extreme penalty of the law: Hight up until tho time oi his death the prisoner maintained Ihs same unconcern he had shown since the passing of sentence on March 7 last. Curing his last night on earth, the condemned man was visited by the Ruthenian bishop from and a priest Irom Brandon. He retired to his col last evening at eight acd slept until 9.30 and through the re- mainder, ot the night in addition to the of the priests, lie ate sev- eral cakes and smoked cigarettes and appeared more cheerful it ol the hishop. At a tew minutes to clEhl'the priest and officials adjourned to the condemned man's cell, v.hcrc alter the sentence ol the court had bean read to Bar-in tho priest conducted a sen ice and the condemned man was taken to the place ol his ciccuUon. The procession was headed br Acting Shcrifi Jluir, followed by the Rulhcn- ian bishop and priest, alter whom came the prisoner. He walked un- flinchingly in Hie gallows where Hangman V.llis waited in readiness oh- ly occupied 23 seconds, death being Instantaneous. Haran matle'no stat; ol any desctiption. The prison er was spoken ol by the jail officers as ticing ol exemplary character. -At ter the inquest the body was buried In the jail yard. Mr. and J. Lelliolt leave the end the month Tcr Medicine Hat, where they will spend ihe summer. i pf .Mr. Lloyd Port Elgin, Out., IB spending a Jew dare wHh Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Marts. Fourteenth street, to the roast. and Mrs. of turned morning after spencP ing- the rreek-ead with (he latter'a par- ents, Mr, and Mrs. E. lr. Justice Walsh handed down Us decl- in the case ot vs. Sains- burj'. This was tho case nhtch.crest- ed sorawhnt of a -sinsnllon, owing lo Ihe discoiery of a second transfer o[ some property In the Addi- tion, part cif the Kelly estate. The Judgment ordered thai ihe land he sold, and Hie mop'y rrsllreol paid Irilo court to rtlyldcd equallV, am- ong tho six members of the original syndicate which bought Iho property from Bros One ot Ihe members of Ihe syndi- cate was not a party to the action sg. alnst Salnsbury, as administrator of .he Keliy eslate. and unless he enters an appearance before the lacd la sold ie will lose his share of the proceeds The costs ot part action wete .axed ajalnst tho estate to me pand out ol tn6 proceeds' of the sale. The emalnder of the costn are charged the defendanli. Sinner and an Afterjioon left-hand It of white satin. The second figure dinner gown of Liberty colored the tunic draped In ftnlert over ,1 front of ftirgtt over utln, with a swtlhtd of mouisellne-de-iole, gathered up Into thi a buckle of gold. Ths third gown Ii one igltible for a home dinner, of mole'colored gauze, hemmed with oitrlch feather trimming. The right hand figure a simple visiting gown of red-brown with a x of fine ecru lintn, with fllK Uly CUl ,HB TUP Wvbmlng, Ont., May 20.-pT: It. Smith, a prosperous ftljmptbn er, "vraa Sunday.-eren- ing in the In the rear'Ol farm, miles from'the vlltag'e.'HIa throat had teen cut, and a razor was. lying nenr the body. .Mr. 6mltl In his 61st ye'iir. Coroner Reid decided that'an )n- queat was not necessary. Worry over tha sale of tits form Is supposed to have been the cause. The Favorite Some women love wltt a past, Spma love them with future, too. But with a present Is alwajs sure- To be looked on with kindly view, Percy.Corbla ot Ixrjdoii is reported lo be recovering'al SL Thdrasa from Injuries his niotor- cycle collliled with an auto on Sun day, although, It Is said, the boy show, ed nbsbluleljr no sign of lllii for_ a conslderaWe'llme and that four lio'jrs afterward none of tlie tests applied it Jho liospllal wealed animation. XTHE VIRTUE OF THE LEAD PACKET last process toi -jndrirsoca at the gardens Is firing, to exhaust all moisture, as moisture Is fatal to qual- ity. The tea 19 then much drier than the air. It then ijulckly placed in tho airtight laad lead- lined chests, which suldered up and made air tight Vlen chests of tea come Into me of some dealere, ther, un- thinkingly cut (he lead and leaie tea exposed to Ihe moist air for weeks, while all the It fi decaying preserved, decBjs.nlth.ago, hut It will loss more In to the air than In months In. a lead That Is tea Is soli in 'scilcdMeatt 'Eckels; purity and garden freshness are per- fectly ;