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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May rSITTT JLZJ. HBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MACLEOD IRON WORKS Machinists Makers Blacksmiths Steam and gasoline traction engines repaired. Machinists and Boilermakers furnished for outside work. Hart-Parr spokes, cap screws, set screws and steel, Alberta boiler fittings. AVENUE 4 FIFTEENTH ST. Pott Office Box 49. Phone Connection. AUCTION SALE At CHIN STORE. CHIN, on Tuesday, May 3O AT 11 O'CLOCK A.M. Frank Waddington is in- structed by Mr. W. H. Lust, Chin, to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION and WITHOUT RESERVE, a large quantity of STOCK IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, ETC., ETC. Frank Waddington, W. H. Lust, Auctioneer Chin, (Owner.) MONEY TO TEST DAY LABOR PLAN Spokane, Wash., '.May thou uand dollars has been set aside by the city commissioners of Spokane to thorj oughly test a day labor plan on public) i street work, including grading, curb- ing, parking and sidewalks. The plari which is 'new under the assessment j system of making public improve ments in the Northwest, was present- ed bv David C. Coates, commissioner HOW IN PERFECT HEALTH THANKS TO "FRUIT-A-TIVES" VANCOUVER, B.C., Feb. ist. 1910. "I am well acquainted with a man, known to thousands in Vancouver] Victoria and New Westminster, for TO CELEBRATE CORONATION ANOTHER SERIOUS Ml -UP IN EDMONTON COUNCIL of public works, who announced that j One of the New Commlsaloners Unable of lhe four proposals received none! to Sit at the Board Edmonton. May scene in Comedy of Errors ut the city hall was enacted this afternoon when it was discovered that B. Fraser. one qf the new commissioners appointed by the council last week to offset the in- fluence of Commissioners Bouillon and Butchart, who have controlled the board in opposition to 'the council, could not hold office. When the new commissioners was under for work which the city engineer estimated at: Six other street grading jobs walk upstairs been held up meanwhile, as all ;he- Dids are higher than the engineer's estimates. if the plan works out, Mr. Coates says, it is likely that all the inunici- work will be done under the direct to even turn over fc His heart Leth'bridge is to have a monster eel- 'ebration on Coronation Day. June 22. j This was the decision arrived at on jTuesday night at a special meeting for the purpose of deciding iwhat should be done to show the loy- appeared so_ weak that he could hardly ialty the of on jpal n the o be- a oar. 'supervision of his department. 11 uuire. This work amounts their seats at the meeting of the board this afternon Commissioner Bouilllon tweon ?4'aOU--'uu produced a contract which Fraser's firm had with the city and which makes illegal his holding of the office. Alderman of the The city ordinance provides a wage scale of for eight Hours' work ty unskilled labor, while some of con- tractors, it is alleged, have paid only CURE FOUND FOR LEPROSY Carbon Dioxide Reported as Success- ful Remedy in Honolulu Cases San Francisco, May honolu'lu 'council, questions the legality of Com-'irom to 52.75, though the men missioner Caudles' appointment. {signed the payroll in full. The meeting adjourned to allow the- solicitor to investigate. CHILD KILLED BY A ROLLING LOG Vancouver, B. C., May sev- en year old son of A. E. Loos, pioneer BEET SUGAR FACTORY AT REGINA Kegina, May the present says: A leper was released of Thurston McGill and a party merchant, was killed at Bathing Mod-ay, being officially pronounced asjof men whom he is assoji', Beach by a log rolling: over him. The cured, after having undergone fourteen out as they hope, Regina iv.'lljchild .was in his father's cart. -The! months of treatment, which consisted'Jn the course of a year or two-, have little one had pushed the log. tvh'ich Last June, he received a sample of He used them and dates his recovery from that time. To-day, there is no man iu Vancouver enjoying better health. He was building a house this fall and shingled a good part of the roof in a driving rain, without .suffering any bad this day which means so much to every British heart. The meeting- was presided over by Mayor Adams, and was representative of nearly ev- ery society in the city. The different organizations having delegates pres- ent were the S. 0. E.. Caledonians, Ca- nadian Club, and the 25th C. F. A.. JOHN E. "LACY. and the Overseas Club. Several other effects Mr. E. E. Mills, (assistant postmaster citizens wera present, and everyone at Knowlton, also writes: ,wap decidedly in favor of a celebration "I honestly believe that "Fniit-a-tives" is the greatest Rheumatism cure in the Trv it vourself. J broached the subject of a monster par 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, 25c. ade in which the school children shonld i fitting to the occasion. .Major Burnett and A. H. McKeown At dealers, or from Fruit-a-lives Limited OtUwa. SOUR GRMK BY SHANNON of freezing the affected portions with'a large beet sugar factory and the carbon dioxide. Other patients are beets for the plant will be grown right ehowing a marked improvement. this district. began to roll, and caught his clothing, j LeC-i take a leading part. They said that] j Coronation Day should be made to; ;bear a special significance to and should -be of such a nature that itj would live long in their memories. Forj this reason it was decided that each pui jpil in the schools should receive aj 'medal, having; a special significance1 as a Coronation Day souvenir. Each' :ChiId will also be presented with a; j British flag to carry during the par-! ade. Major Burnett, A. Rafton-Can-j W. B. -SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 648. 2 NIGHTS-Friday and Saturday MAY 26th and 27th F. A. WADE Presents B. C. Whitney's Mixture Highly Seasoned Musical A Riot of Color, Spirit- ed Songs, Hilarious Fun and Novel Dances. 2 fa ENCHANTING V SONG HITS. ''.Peggy "The (TOO Goo Man" "How Can You Tell Till You Etc BOBBY WOOLSEY JACK LESLIE And Big Cast of Principals 30 SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS 30 SPECIAL PRICES 75c, and Ready Tuesday MAJESTIC JUNE 5. REX BEACH'S GREATEST SUCCESS THE BARRIER First Transcontinental Tremendous carrying him under before the father j could catch him. Have You Seen "The Car With the Silent Engine "-Model 27 ture by Authority in Y. M. C. A. ining and B. L. Cope were appointed 'a committee to make arrangements for: securing the medals ;ind the flags, and! will report at the next meeting on Sat- j urday night. Every one at the'meeting was alsoj Last Tuesday evening a large nurn-'desirous of having the lioth Battery j ber of men and women turned out to c. F. A., here for the celebration to! i hear for the last, time in this city up- fire tne Veu de joie, but Major Stew-! f on his three days' campaign. Prof. T. art stated That he had broached the; Shannon, at the Y. M. C'. A. He matter to Lieut.-CoI. Cruickshank, D. delivered his famous lecture uponiQ lcat jay, and he would not give! I'Sour Consent to'the battery's returning! I In the drunkard's home the mother, festivities. For this reason he if she is not also a drunkard, does not QO nothing further, as to go ov- t get a sufficient amount of nutritious'er Qle Colonel's head by applyirg di- 1'ood, good environment, clean recre- rectiy to Ottawa would be i breach of ation and reading and courtesy military rules. Hov-'ever. the meeting j the part of her husband, said the Pro- fel[ some pressure should be; lessor. He went on and told of the Drought to bear on the authorities, as; kind of life that a drunkard's wife they ,Deiieved that Lethbridge the; lives, and that .sometimes they end in nlace for the battery to lire; a house of shame. "And what do the the'Royal salute. i children born under these conditions; Adams. A. Johnson and ,4.i turn out ro asked he. The child- H were chosen as a corn-; rsn 'of drunken parents generally turn wirc the Minister of Militia j out also ic be drunkards and receive at Ottawa, asking him to consent toj bad hereditary tendencies. the battery's returning. j All nations estimate that: yajor Stewart said thai the Colonel: from 40 to SO p.c. of crime is traced had fnrol-med him that the rifles for; to the use of alcoholic drink, and lae cariet corps would be down from; many of these criminals receive a bad (jai2arv shortly, and thought it would! heredity; 7S per cent, of all insanity. be "pos'si.ble if battery could not; and SS per cent, of epilepsy is traced to De present to have t'.ie cadets fire the' drunken parents, and 70 per cent, necessary salutes.. This bej all immoral women had drunken par- in case the 25th cannot be> Strong Drama A TOUGH TENDERFOOT A Western Comedy Produced by the famous Bison Co. of America TO SE KING'S GUEST church of St. Peter, Westmin- It is the latest development of the ffMcLaughlin-Buick Car. This combination of power and silence, speed and durability, you cannot match elsewhere for the same money. It has caught on with the experts, and would rouse your enthusiasm too The McLaughlin is The Car For You "vTe do not wish you to take our "say-so." Ask a Buick owner, or any man who knows 2 car. Listen to disinterested comments. You near them every day: "The J.IcLaughlin is an hen eat. all-round "Speed to bum and a corker to climb buy of the etc. The genera! reputation of a day-in-and-day-out- more evidence of its worth than rniies of of records that read like a Chapter in Chronicles or the Words Without End of the Dealers' Special Ritual of Praise. hap-hazard choice of a motor car is like a hasty is apt to follow when it is too late. It is hard to get real lasting reliability in a moderate-priced car. We absolutely guarantee you will find it in Model 27 at 5.1 F. 0. B. Factory. Glioice of Seventeen style, fore-doors, torpedo body, choice of colors, equipment, etc. Wherever you may happen to be in this broad Dominion, you are not far away from a McLaughlin- Buick Agency and Garage. McLAUGHLIiV-BTJICK GARAGE Competent Mechanic in work promptly done at reasonable for a fsw cars 1227 Boinpas St. The Old 'City Auto Garage.' McLaughlin Rigs We have now the heaviest and best assorted stocK of these splendid rigs that has ever been shown in Twenty-five types set up in our show-room to pick from. Liberal discount on cash sales. Duiilop Tires A thousand dollars worth of casings and tubes !n stock in sizes from 30 x 3 1-2 ,up. The features of this season's Dunlops are a much heavier stock, two extra thicknesses of canvas, a tubn-protecting fiap attached to Inside of each casing. Dunlops are giving splendid satisfaction. Call and examine these tires. Fish and Tudhope Wagons To reduce our stock we will offer 20 of these excellent wagons at' prices that will surprise you. Thit offer ie good for 60 DAYS ONLY. DISTRICT Fair-bank's 25 H. P. Tractors. De Lavs! Cream Separators, Fairbanks Gas En- gines. Scales, Windmills. Etc., Campbell Sub-Surface Flours. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hay. Grain, Seed, and General Produce. Write or wire for quotations. WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES P. 0. BOX 112 Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12 1-2 St. S. (Ford St. TELEPHONE 1244 iwhen King George heard .that the ents. If t'his is allowed to continue it present Majesty Offers Coronation Accom-: Abbey coronation committee v.-ould nor be long before we would ail _v sporr? committee, consisting ofj modation For the Rev. J, H. unable to find room In the dmrch. insane. McKeown and Messrs. 4obn-j JOWCK ;for the distinguished preacher, and a man sins there are three far stonj fate. Fleetwood, Pierson, Dob-; tors that will help him 01 heredity, environment, Grace of God. Education him and society will not, just named will. :to tne general meeting. The sports; Xo municipality, law consisl of usual line of S nation, has the right to lay before events with a District League j young immoral environment, or match. and the final of thej them, away from God. and League football competition asj ]'that is done it is a criminal action and iSpeCjal features. The sports will bft! JI should be stopped immediately. in the afternoon at the Athletic j 11 Four hundred and fourteen years j Christ. Plato wrote the best The having fireworks in] B ilaws, which said that wine was to evening was also broached, and if! from all marriages, and feit that it would be a fitting cli-j never heard of Christ's teachings jmax to a successful day. The sports j committee will look into the matter j :gregational church, Birmingham, will) of the King at the cor-1 Ottawa Methodists have denounced: jonation ceremonies on June 22 iu the the Ne Temere decree, I; but he used horse sense that is not jused today. Today 67 per cent, of the of securing material for a real old-time; children born are defective, and display. cent, more drunkards producedj The question of covering the expert-i 'jthan then. The only place in of the day v.-ere discussed, but jxvorld that Ins laws Corresponding action was taken, as sorne( j Plato's is the little State of Of COSt -will have to be ob-j jton. and if T had the power I before this matter can be imake them all as they were then, said [tied. However, there is not the least! Jhthe Professor. I doubt that the necessary money can j Mr. Shannon greatly condemned theibe easily raised 'by starting a dollar' reading of dime novels, arid very j fund. One thousand dollars will be en' good reasons for doing so. He alsojough capital for a large and unique! Two Tons in the bin and the winter over gave very good reasons for believing in I celebration, part the Christian Scientists, as a great deal of trouble >s caused by the constant thinking of it. closing- he spoke Napoleon The programme for the day, then..' appears to be about this: Parade of cadets, school children.; and the different societies in the morn- WE WILL RENT FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL OR A PORTION OF A 26x100 CONCRETE CELLAR 12 feet deep, with use of spur track and elevator. This cellar is specially suitable for a wholesale business fijthe Great. One day he accompanied ijng to the Gait Square, where patriot- I i his mo'.'ner our. onto the'battle field to'ic speeches suitable to the occasion, 8 i say good-bye to his father, and the j win be delivered, and where the i louder the cannon balls roared the'pjis will be presented with sonvenir; S i more he la-ghed. and it was his j jedity that made him fbnd of war. In the aTternoon a oport carnival at _______________the Athletic Park: i 5n the evening an open air baud con- C, N. R. CROP REPORT on ihe Square, ending up with the IS X'ERY FAVORABLE mogt, magnificent display of May C. N. seen in the city. j crop report Xo. for the week ending! it is hoped that every loyal citizen! tjaiurdsy. was issued this morning. rake an active interest, In the [on the main line. Woeat is showing 'ebration, and make Coronation Day !six or seven inches the that will stand out brightly In t; in many places, while oats are ot' JLeth-bridge. ajjpearing fit some points. At. others'_________________ oiiiV per cent, of I lie oats huve been i seeded. of the stations report ENGLISH PRIMS TO BUILD that the conditioners the tesl since CHILIAN DREADNOUGHTS; the season of 1005. London. May English ten- ders for the construction, of the Chil- OOKED AND ATE jian dreadnoughts have accepted. DINNER ON 'PLANS'according to the May G. Far-'News, which says today that definite rer. Dr. K. C. Chamber-lain and PfloHorders for two battleships of j Anthony .ianuue. yesterday made a will shortly he placed here. The {minute flight in an aeroplane, are to be named the 'which (hoy coolted and ate a dinner and will armed of celery soup and terrapin, v-'ith twelve new J.3-incJj guns. OWNERS of shine furnaces otten make this mistake for the first winter. They order the same winter's coal supply as when using their old furnaces. When spring-' arrives they have about two tons in their bins. Of course, they are delighted. Wouldn't you like to own a furnace that burns less than expected? Go to our agent in your locality and let him ex- plain why the Sunshine furnace is such a "Fam- ous" fuel-economist. Let him tell yon why the Nickcllcd steel dome and radiator is a better conductor of heat than plain steel why the straight semi-steel fire-pot radiates more heat than .the common slanting gray iron fire-pot. Let him show you how the four triangular grate bars release ashes without wasting fuel how the automatic gas damper makes the Sunshine burn valuable gas fumes that escape up the chimney of ordinary furnaces. Let him install a San- shine furnace with a guarantee to heat your hcruse to your entire sat- isfaction. 68 John, N.E.. Mam'.lton. For by Stafford-Agnew Co., Lethbridgc ;