Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1911 THE LETHBIUDOE DAILY HEKAM' PAGE FIVE THE DEMAND b inereMing enormously Can we teU you the Reason Why? Trail Package will bring Enlightenment" "SALADA" CEYLON TEAS "ARE DELICIOUS TEAS" mm M UTMM. MEM MMUM MLT MFUSI LIVE HUDGET OF FE1E NEWS NOTES Fernio, B C May Dancing club will gne their last as- sembly ot the season on Monday the Miss Lillie of the office of Alexan- der JlsrNeil, r, has lelt for Ithe cast to be present at the wedding of her sister; The spring assizes have been ad- ijourntd until June 1st nhen the civil rases nil' be betorc Justice Cle- ment Tne second charge ot murder Against Mdhammod Khan will be ll'ried at the ;fall asstees. Trapire day is to be in Waldo 'May 2.1th. A .good program has been prepared comprising horse end foot ratei, baseball, football, la- etc.f for good the evening a fifteen round holing bout will lake place-between Joe Uvanno and Dick Marshall of Feinie. Word has been received' froni the militia department-thai IhV organiza- tion of the'East Kootenay Infantry regiment has been postponed for an- other year owing to .-lire lack of funds. i The Building-of, ilm. long, promised armoury, be delayed much to the regret of military men and others. George. Pedlar ;6C the Kirce. Press, and Hobert Faifclough ot the.Tepee, are in Calgary this week looking af- ter their interests in the oil region. John Scssei- of Whitciish, suporin- tendanl Great Northern Ry., is in the city on as business..irip. A lively game ol 'baseball between the hotel men arid the clerks took place at the park yesterday evening, resulting in a score of five to seven in favor of the clerks. The Army arid Navy Veterans' as sociatiou'will celebrate on the even ing of the.23rd, in a social -way, al veterans are cordially invited to at- tend with their wives. TH MAPLE BUDS TITTLE FOLKS must have sweets. Give them something will- benefit them. Budi ire t ful solid chtcolatf i tion the. tekoltnmt. Nothing could be better for children. Tfe DiUtini StIU Oaaltll Cnftaitt........' SOLD EVERYWHERE............. THE COWAN COMPANY, UMITIp, TORONTft CANADA Feed them whole wheat and watch results! Nothing like wheat to build brain and muscle. Don't trust too much to bread. White flour has most of wheat's strength milled out. Use TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES It contains the whole wheat, cooked with malt to make it tasty and digestible. Here's a recipe the children like and it's more nourishing and economical than meat: FORCE SCALLOPED TOMATOES. 'Cook the contents of a tin of tomatoes, season with salt, pepper, and butter. Cover the bottom of a baking dish with buttered "FORCE" add tomatoes and cover thickly with more buttered "FORGE." Bake in moderate oven untilnicely browned, Try it to-morrow. byTtu H-0 Compiny, Hiroilto-i. MdSoU by red BroMnjwrmk OIL Proposal Now Before Them lo Use Money from Town Lots for the Purpose Macieod, Alta., May even aldormanic bodies arc immune these days from the oil -bug and at the ad- iuurned meeting of the Macleod town council held last night, Mayor Sted- man broached a proposition to the ef- lect that he borrowed from the town lots fund to drill lor oil The majority of the members present thought the. proposition was too big to he handled on such -short notice and the matter was left over for a few' to -allow mature consideration. -With tiie: cic'cpti'oh'ota'sKaip squall that sprang up between Dr. Jlilburn and Councillor Fawcett over a ques- tion involving patronage of sports and a more or less lengthy discussion by Messrs. Doberer and George over market matters, the meeting was un- usually complacent. Tho question as to whether 'or not Ydandelfohs came under the head of noxious jteeds and whether, or riot it'would be better-to shoot'or impound stray chickens oc- cupied the attention of the city fath- ers'for'some few mimitcs--also hut nothing else or any great importance was done, although Councillor Swiu- narton did attempt an attack on the head of Street Superintendent Follis which attempt was frustrated by a decision to postpone the guil- lotining of what some of the council- lors are pleased to term "superfluous officials" until the next meeting. A-t the outset -of, .the meeting -a lengthy plea for assistance was put forward by Messrs. Hoberor and President Poincare, his wife, and the Palace of -Versailles, in which the King: va'B entertained. The fact that Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Minis- ter, accompanied their majesties gave color to rumor ,that international re- lations 'were- discussed with President Poincare. The royal party crossed the English Channel on tlie Royal yacht accompanied by squad- rons ot British and French Warships. running at large of pwiHry was then put through but this little operation ga ve the councillors who are wittily inclined an excellent1 chance to be facetious at the expense of the chick- ens. 3t was stated by some who op- pose the bylawrihat it would he, im- possible to ldcatfr'Tthe- owners of the1 In order to dispose Mat- thews' damage case a special Mttiug of the Supreme Court was held at 7.30 last evening. 1'fc was not, how- ever, until 11.30 that a verdict was relumed. This was in favor cf tin; plaintiff Matthews, to the amount of Considerable interest hay been manifested in the case. Jii an exhaustive address, occupying one hour and forty minutes, counsel for the plaintiff, A. G. Virtue, dealt with the various features in the case-, attaching importance to proving the owners of the1-, relationship of master and servant iimcillor -Dick- Cooke, driver of the auto- errant, poultry-but-. Go' son said that hv killing a few he 'mobile, and the. defendant -firm of- would find Councillor...... Fawcett, who amuses himself with straightening out legal entanglements when he is on duty, announced that in. his opinion tlie bylaw was invalid as chickens at large could not be classed as a nuisance. Councillor Mac- Donnell favored the circulation'oi printed circulars among the chickens but all were cph-j stated was caused throiij temptuouslv'ignored and from now on of injuries received at tin the chickens of Macleod will have to work out their own salvation. ANOTHER CHURCH FOR CITY Greek Orthodox Church Will Lay Cornerstone Next Sunday ing Morn- Leciibridge is' to -have another church. The new Greek Orthodox congregation, which has grown rap- during the past couple of years, Marshall Sons Co. It was a fine point as to> whether Cookc was at the time of the acci- dent an employee of the Western Can- ada Agency, or of Marshall Sons. With regard to the claim for gener- al damages, to the amount of Drought in by the plaintiff, there was included that for a rupture which he ;h the effects ic time of the aceiu'ent. In handing over the case to the jury His Lordship submitted 'to them series of questions. To these the following replies were given In the matter of negligence on the part of Cookc the jury found that lie was guilty of the same, in that ho was travelling without lights after dark, exceeding the speed limit, anil neglect-ing to sound any gong, or horn, or to take notice of the warn- ing shouts' from the standing auto- mobile. They were also of opinion that there was no contributory neg- George of tho market committee .-of I has progressed to a stage where a ligence on the part of the. plaintiff, or Of Boultco to whom the standing' car belonged. Cooke-could have avois- the Board of Trade, but Councillor j church Dickson was opposed to shouldering i chased necessary, and have pur- a site on Dominion Square, until the next meeting for aw has liecii pniisetl compelling ctircment of all city officials it ;is low necessary to rcrcngnge or dls- niss same a la Lethhridge by indivi- luril motion. morning next with a most impressive ceremony; Construction will rushed, and fche church will be ready for occupation early in the summer. DID THE WORK Grew Strong on Right Food. You can't grow strong by merely ex- driving more carefully. .Further, the jury decided -that, at the time o.f the accident, Cooke was not entirely under the control and subject to the directions of the Wes- tern Canada Agency, in setting up and repairing engines sc-ld by the de- fendant to the said comfmny. In finding for the amount of dam- ages they gave tlie ptuintifi, the jury You must foTd-the assessed .them in the folding man- any further fmanrial burdens and 'he j North Lethbridge, for the edifice. The ed the accident by applying hi; did not hesitate to say so. After cornerstone will be laid on Sunday j and stopping his car, or by considerable discussion of an enlight- ening :nature :it was decided .on -mo- tion of Messrs Fawcett and MacDon- nell to grant for the current month and to wipe out the capital xpenditurc of Dr. Milburh llien asked on behalf of the baseball and football organizations, that the athletic grounds be steam rollered and 'transformed into a park. Jbr. Fawcett opposed the move and for a minutes the fur flew but as ibe doctor asked for only .a small .outlay :iis request was granted. Upon the receipt "of applications from stables Cameron and Watson for.sal- iry increases, chortles of glee min- ified with gasps of amazement from the municipal moguls heralded the polite turn-down that was to be ten- dered anil after the inevitable occur- red Councillor Dickson found fault ath the public works Department (or allowing its men to dig weeds irivate boulevards. Superintendent h'ollis explained that the weeds .in question were complained of but Mr. )ickstin could not sec his way 'clear Lo accept the statement, that dande- lions came under the''Noxious Weed Councillor SwimYarion'-here saw'- a chance for the axe and he at once isked if it was the intention of the council to keep the street superin- .endant on all summer, which ques- ion led, lo a decision on the part of iis confreres -to leave' 'the matter off kind you can digest and assimilate.. Unless the food you eat is digested It adds to the burden the digestive or- gans have naturally to carry.. This ofton means a nervous breakdown. "About a year writes an East- ern lady, "1 had quite a serious nerv- ous breakdown caused, as I believed, by overwork and worry. I also suffer- ed untold misery from dyspepsia, "First I gave up my position, then 1 tried to find a remedy-tor ray troubles, something that would moke- me well and strong, something to rest my tired stomach and build up my worn-out and brain. I in respect of medical attend- ance, .medicine, etc. in. respect of the effect upon the plaintiff's wife in which was in- cluded the sum of for her ex- penses to England. in respect of general damages to include those incurred on account of the rupture.. The question as to the, amount of damages to Mrs. Matthews as be- ing too remote will he a matter of future argument before the judge. The jury took an hour and a half I tried one kind of medlalne after I over delivering their verdict retirine another, but nothing seemed to help j at 10 o'clock. "Finally a friend suggested change of food and recommended Grapc-Niits. With Httle or no faith in it, I tried a package. That was eight months ago and I have.never 'been without it since. "Grape-Nuts did the work. It help- od'nic grow strong and well. Grape- Nuts put new life Into me, built up my whole-system and made another woman .of The Milliard bylaw regulating ibt inttrot 'glVfi'n by Canadian Postiim Co., Windsor, Ont. Head "The to in 'pkga. "There's a Benson.' Ever read the above letttr? A new from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human WATERTON LAKES HOTEL Popular Summer Resort of.the South Will be Fine Structure Watorton Lakes, May The Waterton Lakw Hotel is wearing completion, and 'will be ready to re- ceive guests about tho first of June. A few visitors nro expected for May 24, and these will ho.provided for. Mr. I-fassard ia sparing neither time nor expense to maUo Mils tourist place compare favorably with those- in Glac- IcrTark acroia tho Hue. For Making Pure, Delicious Home-Baked Food. DR PRICES makes Fine and Wholesome Biscuit. Delicious Cake and Pastry No Alum No Lime Phosphate MINIM Wateron Lakes, Altai, May Water in the rivers is rising very rapidly. Lee's Creek at Cardstoii is up considerably. St. Mary's river can hardly be Forded with a rig- Belly river at Stand-Off is top high to cross in a vehicle. At AVatertqn Lakes the ford from Cardston cannot bc crossed even with a lumber wa- gon. One of the settlcts look a dem- ocrat across on Saturday -last and when he returned to the ford this iveek found that he had to leave his vehicle on the other side, his horses, and cross himself in a row- boat. II. H. Hanson, late manager of the Hanson Lumber company, was a busi- ness visitor to Pincher Creek this week. There is a rumor that this company will begin operations again' at the head of Waterton Lakes, and operate a mill on the Waterton river. Those interested in the Watorton Lakes Park have been looking in vain jfor the report oi the park's branch of .the department of the interior.. The deputy minister wrote that the document would be out in January or this year but it has not yet come to hand, it is not yet known whether or not an appropriation has been made for work in the park this year. HOLD-OUP SUSPECTS CAUGHT Fernie Police Gather in Pair ed of Great Northern Holdupi Fernie, B.C., May sus- pects answering the description the I Great Northern :hold-up men, wero gathered in. by the police last night. The railroad authorities have been notified and will be here today tc identity febem. Let "Sunlight" Dispel the Gloom THE shadow of aiblue Monday docs not fall across the path of those who use Sunlight Soap. For this soap cuta labor in half. And the nightmare of clothes being "rubbed to shreds" disappears when you learn the gentle Sun- light way. Sunlight Soap is as pure as sunlight itself. A guarantee says you cannot find a single adult- erant or impurity in this cake of concentrated cleanliness.