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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY 23, THE LBTHBRID6A DAILY HERALD fAGE FIFTEEN I ft, IOC iTonigbt from 7 until 10 o'clock we arc trying to >dp ft.syliokidfty's business) tis yrp Most people will be likely to think that this "order is to be attributed to the Burke case; but as a matter of Jact; It merely puts in legal form the rules Which have prevailed at Panama for i-eara. It. applies, of course, 'to facte like-those alleged to exist iii the case of Burke, who IB accused of having received presents from con- But it also applies to the case o'f giving a tip to a bell-boy or a waiter. It has all these years been a viola- tion of the.Zone regulations, punish- able by fine'and' liuprison'raonf, to give or receive tipsi Servants hi the Zone receive living wages, and they get no tips. They novcr Slave either asked or received tips since Colonel Goe- thals has been In control. And yell atrange to say, people en- Joy their meals there as well as they do here. The food paid for once digests as well as if it has been paid for twice. People do not aay that servants, while not so cringing and servile as they are where tips are In .vogue, are just as efficient as if they bartered away self-respect .for dimes and quarters every day a dozen times. Why not got rid of the whole pesti- ferous thing? Why not follow the Colonel's lead? It seems to me that the time is very propitious now for this forward step. A few years, ago when one give a dime to the girl or boy who took liis coat and hat at the cafe, he Celt that he was doing something for tliat girl or boy; but such ta not the any., more. The man who knows what's' what is aware of the fact that the coat-snatehers, the bell-boys, the brusli-weilders, and all the tlpji-eceiv- ers at the great hotels and cafes are employees of the tip trust, and get nothing out of the tips. They are hir- ed to take tips, at so much per -week. Most of them have no pockets in wiioh to put tips. This would seem to be the limit. Tipping has so run its course that it defeats itself. So 'why keep ;it up? Why allow it? Why..-not reouirc hotels-and to hire, thalr ser. vanta, instead of Having them furnish- ed by the til) pay them liv- ing wages? SLASHING SUFF SENT UP FOR TRIAL London, May Graham, the militant suffragette, who yesterday slashed a number of valuable palnt- IIIES in the National Art today Committed for trial after a hearing at the police court, the accused kept nil a continual tlr- mle from the prisoner's enclosure, and was held fast by two policemen throughout the proceedings. The pictures were not so badly dam- aged as had boon thought, according to the evidence .of an official-from the Gallery. AWAITING OTTAWA ORDERS AS TO HINDUS Vancouver, B.C., May 11 o'- clock the komagata Mam had not yet passed quarantine. Dr. Milne, agent for the Immigration department at Victoria, said he was awaiting special instructions from Ottawa. No mat- ter what is done with the Hindus it seems likely that the vessel must be allowed to come to Vancouver to dis- charge ter cargo of fifteen hundred tons of coal, consigned to a-shipping firm of this port. Clean Dutch" quickly til' and udiment from bath .tutnandwuhbowli. Suiruand Urnith on metal fixture! halt the effort and in Saw Your Energy cSPKS Without noise or observation, the simplified opening morement is con- tinually gaining ground: This Is not eurprisine when 11 .is i-ememBered that it appeals primarily to members of the teaching profession, more than others, realize the waste of time entailed by the present chaotic..and Illogical system of spelling. So irre-. futabla are. the reasons advanced for spelling reform that no real .counter- argument is Wtat IB ad- vanced is largely based on arising from ideas Inbibed before rea- son began to operate. Ignorance, too, lies at the root of muoli of the oppo- sition offered to a revisal of tUe exist- ing system, which only became stereo typed at a comparatively late period, and then under erroneous conceptions of the origin and affiliations of the English language. No one who studies thr. Bastion im- partially, but must be c.-'.-fineed that the fact and tile weight argument are wJiolly on the side of the reform- ers. The Judgment of Viscount Bryce better known as Professor James Bryce, late British Ambassador to the United States, must be taken as that of a man accustomed to estimate. His statment Is, therefore, -worth spe- cial attention', when he declared that simplified spelling would be worth millions to British trade as a time- saving business proposition. Why should children bo laboriously taught and be compelled to waste their time in learning how to spell individual words of Identical sound, but differ- ent collection of Jotters, when the adoption of a system representing, each sound by one symbol would at once remove every difficulty. Teachers everywhere not .only re- cognize, but are individually Aip against the present obstacle created by an absolutely indefensible .and really artificial system of spelling English words. A favorite defence Is that'the'spelling indicates the origin find derlvatltfn of the word. This, In moat cases, is not only erroneous, but what holds hack Its expansion Is difficulty foreigners find In mastering Its endless intricacies. Structurally it is logical and simple, but its indi- vidual 'words are too often stumbling hlocta to the child and to the foreign- er. The simplification of English spelling should appeal to every im- perialist as a very practical way of making English the link between na- tion and nation. The New Jersey legislature' is con- sidering a bill requiring poison tab- lets to made cotlm shaped to dis- tinguish them from medicines. China has sent government agents abroad to study the manuiaatute of telegraph and telephone equipment with a view to making nil such ap- paratus at home. MILADI Phones Res 1115 Office 1224 Not ''receiving on Tuesday: Irs. Charles McKilloii. USB Cronkhite will spend the week- end in Calgary. Miss Jfary Murphy'will he a-week- end visitor with Mr. and .Mrs. Sleeves, of Vulcau. k liss K. May Holmes will spend the holiday with friends in Macleod. -ilr. Harold Hamilton has success- fully parsed-Ms first year at 0. A. C. liouorg.' are ex- tended. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ivcs and child- sn leave tomorrow to spend the sum- mer at their ranch at Piuciier Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Letteney, of Settle, 111 arrive tonight to visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.'B. Renter. Mn and Mrs. James Ashcroft, 5th Avenue, are. week-end visitors in Blairniore and Calgary. Mr. aild Mrs. O. A. Wilson have as their guest the-former's sister, Mrs. Montleth, of Portland, Oregon. Miss Curtis, is-.ho has been the guest of .Mrs. B. A. Williamson, returned homo to Calgary today. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reid (neo Mar- rlson) returned this afternoon from their h'oneymoob, which was spent at British Columbia points. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McMillan, of Hardieville, have returned from a trip tb Edmonton, Vancouver and other British Columbia cities. Mrs, S. Alexander and Mrs. Will- iam Cleary left; this afternoon for Cal- gary, where they will be the guests- of Mrs. J. H. Thomas, Elcan Ave., arid Mrs. W. Nevia. 'Rev. Dr. John McDougall, of Cal- gary, wJlo "will preach special Empire Day sermons at both services in Wes- ley church tomorrow, is a guest at Wesley parsonage during his stay in the city. of-'Poreste'rS are planning large: things for their basket-.picnic at.tue.river bottom just icrtli of -.the on Monday. A good program 6f sports with prizes been arranged, and a 'hearty 'In- j vitation is extended -he members and their friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armstrong and son, Robert, leave on Tuesday for Banff, where they will spend the rest of. the month. Later they will go on to Seattle and Portland, visiting Mr. j aild Mrs.. George Moth at nerelstoke' en route west. They will be absent about six weeks and plan to he in Portland during the rose carnival. Mrs. Alexander. Smith welcomed' many callors during yesterday's re- ceiving hours, when she was formally at Jiomo. Ferns and iris were pretty in decorations. Mrs. Smith wore a pretty olive' green Mtyc eolienne with white accessories, while Miss Marion Smith, who served the dainties, wore garnet silk. Little Louise Smith, froeked in white, admitted the guests.; Clubs and Societies Even the Laziett Liver snd respond to the gentle action of At all Druf iUtj and Stem. (Tate Abb.y'. VITA Tabl.u G. F. C. meetings have postponed until further notice. The Art Needle-work club will not meet on Monday afternoon, f The young ladies ol.Wesley church Bible class will meet tomorrow after- noon at 3 o'clock; All voung ladies welcome. Members are reminded that this is the monthly collection day for class funds. The History and Current Event section of the Mathesis club will meet at three o'clock on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. S. Stewart. The music at Westminster church tomorrow will include in the morning j the "From Calvary to Glory" and In the evening the an- them, "Daughter 6! Zlon" and Mrs. Johnson will sing, "Like as a Hart Desireth" by Francis Allitsen. The officers and members of the local'branch of the Loyal Men's club extend a cordal invitation to all the men of Lethbridge to attend the (Men's Day celebrations in tie Chris- tian church (old Wesley church) at 10.30 a. m. Sunday, May 24th, .Empire music has been prepared. The Music and Dramatic Art sec- tion of the Mathesis club held its closing meeting of yester- day- at the home of Mrs. R. B. Skeith. A number of the members of other sections were present, and all I enjoyed the following splendid pro- gram Wagner's Pilgrim's J. D. Higinboiham, and Mrs. W. J. Nel- son. Love's Dream No. 3 C. R. Young. Crooning Water; The .First Hose, Country Night B. F. Lay- ton. Address, '.'The Appreciation of the F. A. Stoltze. The Witches' Dance 3Irs. W. J. Nelson. My Ladrtic (William E. F. Layton. Nocturne (Meyer W. H. Johnson. Peorgyn't Su te Lay- ton and Mrs. Nelson, After the program ice cream and Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G. and L. Snow, Prop's. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenajp WRITE FOR. INFORMATION Did you ever try The New Restaurant FOR THE Best 25c Meal IN THE CITY. TRY'IT ONCE Commercial Oyster and Chop House 2 from Hotel Build Your Own Corrals Sheds BUILDING SLABS 8 ft.'to 16 for full carload, ?50.00 at. mill. CaSh with order. Big saving in freight on account of Blairmore iuill beinj; close to prairies. CHEAP FUEL Dry mill cuttings, car of about 14 cords, J30.00 per carload at mill.. Low freight charges. FENCING Edgings, 6 ft, in bundles, at per cord at mill. McLaren Lumber Co. BLAIRMORE, ALTA. House Painting Paper Hanging Wall Tinting AND CARRIAGE 'PAINTING W.R. Brown Phone 720 T' After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10pm Tonight Wise buyers will be here bright and early tonight. Splendid lot of Seasonable Fashionable Goods 'fco.-go on sale at prices that are in a good, many cases 'but small of their real worth. Here they are Dainty Bungalow Nets Ivory colored 'Bungalow Net in neat good width, 4G inches, strong and servlceaMo Net. A regular 35o OOft quality. Tonight, per yard Brass Rods Just 5c. Brass Rods, well finished, neat hall ends, extends to 45' inches. -A splendid sash rod. Tonight These Pretty Night Dresses Children Vand Misses' Night Dresses in fine English Cambric, trimmed with dainty lace or embroidery, sizes from 2 to CQft 16 Values up to Jl.OO. Tonight VWV Children's Bluchers on Sale Children's Vicl Kid Bluchers, spring Heels, patent Up, a neat and dressy style. Size? 5, 6 and 7. QQtfft Regular 11.26. Tonight .per pair W V Men's Black Cashmere Hose Men's Fine Summer Weight Black Cashmere Half Hose, spliced heels and toes. Lay in-your summer stock now. Special o.pairs for Hair Switches for Just labout fifteen of these estra duality Hair Switches on In the Dry Goods Section tonight. They are real human Jiair, all colors, 3 braid, 26 Inches, regular ?5.00.. Grocery Specials for Tonight Delicious Chocolates, per pound Mixed. Candies, per pound Fresh Cake, Sultana and Genoa, per lb The Hudson's Bay Co. TaMe Silver and qualityl are all combined in silver articles marked this brandy known u is made in the heaviest. gride of plate. There' are many designs from J which to' ch'oo8e-.j cake were served and a pleasant soc- ial hour enjoyed. Austria last year produced nearly short tons o[ coal, of which ahout tons were bi- tuminous and the rest brown coal. Rylands Co. Special Agent! for LADIES' HOME JOURNAU PATTERNS HALL f BORCHERT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS REX TRANSFER Altl. SadHl.17 Co. PHONE 67O CAREFUL, 8UICK SERVICt "Measured by aclual nutritive power, there is no qlher ration which in economy can compare with bread." from United States Dept. of Agriculture Buk ietin. v v v r Y i T QUAKER BREAD 5c per Loaf The best bread in the city. Be sure it has the label on. All good Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or 378. The Baker Registration of Births Notice is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration of all Births in the City of Lethbridge is.re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from date of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's .Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. ;