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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Ktfiiy, .Tuna 20, 1913 TKE LETirBRTDGK DAILY HERALD Page It Fair _of Nat Vatt MARGARET OFFER Norntin jit at trie Ex- hibition Grounds. MM WATT ATMS IHE Mr. Halt, who, It in understood, oes not personally ow.i any projie Maclecd, and many seem to Uiink bat MY. Watt has gooxl sr6undR for Is contention. The dcvelupmonts n the ease will be walched with in ereat. he annual picnic of the Ratnivell Dulled Farmers of Alberla will be ieid at Pott's Botfoni, on Wednesday, 2. A good progrnmnip o[ sports las drawn up, and tlie Allan- in atEendflnce; ,Re- Claims''High' School-Bbattl lias-not Legal Quorum -meal ilondEy nHernwmY'aVyhicU a -bylaw 'i'd.ebeiiture issiifi ot for the- arid of 'a two- rooms5 building to be uacii as a Mjh ;a smell frarUS bull ftl frill bC" located on "tbe nouth side Mie Cr R R. tracks for 1ng litre -rt'ere re-cngagad for the; next, bxctipUon of Mr. n. M, Wan, princljiai of the High school, wbo hac been hero foi the ptist year, Tby salnrles of Miss KJdar, assist' nut prlhcljtal or the High school, ana ?lr. V. StHton, prfncfpal of'the Pub- lic school, were Inweased to and H leapecttvely. was thought by" several of (hi members of tho Board Ihfll, In order to hold n position aiicb as Mr. Watt ono should have a university ediica tlon, to procure the best trom the niipila. Mr, Wait has not "this qunllficailoh, and the SiieretaTJ'-Treas 11 ror "wan 'Instructed to advise Mr Watt of tbelr decision. Mies Elder has been authorized U look out for a successor to Mr. Wail TVhJle.in Toronto, tin Her vacation. Tlie following letter appeared In tin Spei'-Titbr, on Tuesday: "Macleoil, Juno 24. 1313. "Mr. E. P. rtrown. "Secretary ot the School Bonrd, "Dear wiah to inform tluit- refuse 'to have any ofllctn dealings wiih, ami will not recognlzi poiiL so-called School Roard may o may not lade towards re-engnRiiif inc in-ray proaont position HB prliic-lpa of tha High school. Any coutrac ivhtoh the present School iJoard nia. draw up with the, tcacritrs, or onto iiito othorwjse, Is thoroughly Illegal Rtnl does not hind the school distrlc to pfty n cent of saniTy. "Tbore is not even n legal quorum In shape of tv School floanl at tbe pro sent tlmo, a onoriim constitute three members. Mr, R. G Mitthewfe [eliaiminn) is ilisfiuali In accordance with section liov. Rflfhnrst Jleill. In accordant section nhfl section 2 laub-aec- tfcn 10) of tho scfiool ordinance. IN THE Several stands were occupied with the exhibits or ItMiiI merchants and were tastefully up and well arranged. Tlie UHison Mills Hour: in different .sizes trow halt iiarrcl to oue-cfghth. tiarreV" "in neat- hags was the iListinjjUitihihx Ma- ture. The I j i in manufactures three rtifieicnl grades of Hrmr, but Us heal product from1 N'o. I IliiYii Wheat was on slimv, Tbjjrc was also on view; foods, draped regular line .of- tlie whole i rcil, white and The1 Hetulerson Garage ivas on dhow the well -47 touring car artistically known equip- Terr ill Klmal Oomuaiif A 'floral design in red, ivhifc and hluo drsigiijtteil the name ut the fitni. Th etc stiuivti sump fine varieties of fospfi, Btich us the while and pink Kiiiarney ami the Kirhmorul. Carna- tions fn four of coloring made a distinctive der-n rating coloring. Palrns. their vaf legated leaves, Aiirli'ati.i, Asiierilislra and IlcgmiiaK with hanging ImSkols ot ferns, anil olV.crs Misuemlecl Irom made Ih bower of delight. exhibit a veritable This 'enterprising firm show a largo assortment of builders' supplies. There is a fine display morning. The or the was sjirnt In tlift apnolnt- mnut of committees for the ilnce-tiays' s. Slecvps and pants unfinish- ed and vests open at the sides leave room for the necessary alterations. Tho boast of. the firm is tbat- s supplied which can be bought for the same price, past and west. There is a p.irtieiilrir showing of silt amt shirts. Ooe nl the features hat is known as the Fairy tie. BaivUeh llros. Here is, a well'arranged suite oi irJof, lieil-ropjii and vornndah with the [nrnilurp" Which" ROCS with each. A fine collection of carpets, aiirt Per.sEan1 'and Snyrna arr-'on VIPW. A .lUhied onk hedrnrmi suite with brass bcrt Rive the exhibit a nea't and cosy' ap pcararicc. 1'orcb furniture in fhf of porch and a lawn- settee wild rui'iu'tig arc attrnctirc fealures. unit nccorating 10. Simons Fias .a hnoth showing sonic artistic pa'ncr ;anrl mural ilccoration.' llayr-hnnS- firm of- lianlwiirc meitliants features the Hurnelt rcErigerators, which claim special nnva'ntaRds in the way of free circulation, puri dry air affording freedom from mois- ture, anil ensuring a uniform lemricr- aluro of 38 to 18 tlegrees. Tlio "Happy TJioiighl" shown has a glass front with a dicafor. There is A novel contrivance exhibited in the of n. cow "stan- chion. A special line of go-rats and sulkies, washing machines and oil- cooking stoves arc on view. A bath- room novelty 5s thi- patent spray brush. The famous Silkslone paint is also on display. P. Burns Co. Tins weil known firm exhibits variety of the Shamrock brand. PicV- led lathbs' tongues, hips, corned beef, etc., nmkc a very aji tizing display, Standard Furniture Company This rniiinanv cxhihits a fine sortment of Oriental rugs and car- nets. There is on show a dining-room aiiito of fumed oak framed for com- fort and elegance. The firm is giving away a quarter-cut turned oak tockcr lo Ihc JucVy gut'sser ol tbc ceirs oi Lei Madge.- Tltc pvhibits arc jreatly admired -Snd the only regret .s that, the attehriance is so slim, ;hat the .fine displays arc not viewed iy' enough V The.centre of Ihc irialn building is taken .up-with limiiufacLUred Mere the Lclhbrlilge BreV- ar.d" iMilKing-'conipahj' his' a di- veisifierf uiititiay These not only include but" temperance drinks.--.Two large containing malt ,and hops stand at llm entrance to -the; .exhibit. Ncxl In this are'-the products oi tlie Purity Untiling Works furnishing a fir.e scheme (if coloring in the var- ieri. assortment of soft drinks. Niven Bros, show specimens ot hrass a feature of' their man- ufacture. Tliere is also exhibited a model duplex steam pump contriveil and put together hy the firm. Various designs in marble tako up the space ticixipicd hy ttic Lcthbridge Jfonuinpntal Works. Thos. Par-sons of iN'orth Lcthbrittge, has on -viov.' specimens of bis manu- facture in Ihe shnpe of broom heatis. Thews are of lha hard and soft var- iety. The Lethbridge Brick- and'Terr'a- Cotta Co. has a taKtefully arranged- exhibit, seven diflerrnt var- ieties ot the. briok nianufacitircil. These range' from .'hanf hrichs for foundations to hricVs for open fire- places. -.Tin? lifcal cigar have on view the..I.a Delia antl the Perla cigars, Hros., "who manufac- ture the fo.niler, liave the raw tobac- co-on liattfl, and tbc. cigar-making pro- cess is. placed before the public. Tables, llowcr- stands and book- Qiises, the handiwork of W. ftaltn- kapip make up a lirtnir. rxhihii in a double SHISO. r The Lcthhridgc Iron Works RhoH- a variety of its manufacture in gearing, traction engine parts, mine cars, gen- eral iron castings, (orgings and struc- tural steel. H.tFoivlcr Co. have a very interesting exhibit in the shape of a finished buggy built (or ti. McAl- ister. Kvcry part of this has been built in the locnl workshop. The raw arlieie In the process of manu- facture is shown, and the hardwood from which it. has been made, and turned wheels, neck-yokes, single trces_ and oi; view double-trees. There is also plough-shear roade ft ca raw material. Carriage-building and blacksmith work is a spccialU- ot (he firm. To perform creditably or nt all on the piano is hot given to every mor- tal, and to make this possible to Hie aim (il all piano .manufactured. Now that tin upon by light soon takes up tlie very ...disagreeable so-called "light and also n repdjsive skunk-like Beer so affected ia offensive to the pnlateof most Beer Should not be exposed to light, especially to direct sunlight, as it will thereby be detrimentallyaffected, the light havingnn influence upon the albuminoids in. beer, causes the beer to become Kxlraii from "Tiic Jkfr ilotclrtj' Handy hy Fliilip Dictlbith, JlollKr.g Exptrl ami lus'.tLCtor in the Walii-Uctuui of Fer- menlolojjy. This -Brown Bottle is not a fad. Its use by Schlitz is basic! on scientific principles. Tlie first Schlitz was brewed in n hut, over sixty years ago. Now our agencies dot tlie earth. Our output exceeds a million barrels a year. Why don't you make Schluz your U'spurcbcer. Sft thftt cr fort ;i Irandtd Beer That Made Milwaukee famous Sole Agents Phone 543 C. C. PAGNUELO, WINE AND SPIRIT COMPANY invention h'as been set all I tract a gooil deal nt attention from manufacturers of the popular instru- j farmers is tbc Magnet Cream Sep- inciils endeavor to bring up their I aratur. H is the product of fourteen special products to the standard of years of experience on the part' ot the bringing out Ihe necessary cfir-ct in j manufacturers. H is claimed for the tbc wav.of touch and technique which machine that it is built for endur- ti ....---------t. '8nce, and is ns strong for the the arlists come be- fore the. public. With this object'ev- ery contrivance which helps is thought out and iriade use of. The Gourlay Angclus player on exhibition- in the exposition huilding is a specimen which for itself all the rltfsireil in this respect. It distiuguishcd by a phrasing lever Svhich does away with the mechanical and necessarily Harsh sounding playing often noticnl in in- struments uf tiie piano-playing [le- scription. It is making ntcloily'sMnil out in treble and base. Following tbe oxquisite human ana- toiny there is n pneumatic on the diaphragm principle, which is a distill feature of (he Oourlay An- gclUB. This has been highly com- mented on by llw Scientific-American, after it had tested it. Tlie rnusic-rdUs used nre the most perfect product in (lie piano-plaving industry, they incorporate in one lino all kinds of musical expression such as volume changes, accents, together with tempo changes, thus helping tbe operator considerably in siring any composition the correct interpreta- tion. To appreciate the (fourlay An- gclus il is only necessary to listen to tho instrument and opportunity is for this in tbe stand occu- pied by the. firm. Piano players will soon be an ac- quisition in every household, and it will need some discrimination to ac- quire a perfect instrument. To facili- tate (his, is the purpose of (he cv- hibii of the (Jourlay Angelas. The who is stationed in Ixthbridgc, ami be is hy A, Howcll oi Calgary- Stagnet Crrain Separator An exhibit which is bound to st- n necessary in a faat-running machine like a crejm separator calls Cor. It is guaranteed to be doing good for generations after the worn gear-driven separator is in the scrap heap. The. machine exhibited makes pro- vision for securing the thickness of cream renuircd, and at Ihe same time gives complete skimminR. For this purpose the Magnet cream screw is mmlc oi hrcmro with a hole in the centre. This creaiti screw can easily be ndjusteil liy vising the ami KO thr. desired thickness of cream can be regulated, and il ro- stationary once adjusted. Tltfs nrakcs tlie iiincltina noted for uniform smooth cream and perfect separation. Through this perfectly nrt- justedt crep.m screw the Magnet skims every day alike. MINISTER WIRES SASKATOON AGREEING WITH THEIR STRICTURES ON HORNE PAYNE MANY 186S VETERANS Ottawa, June million dol- lars lias been pafrf out up to ine pre- sent tlmo to veterans of tho Kenian raids. As grant to each veteran Is JlOD, this means that men have established lo the.satisfaction of ihr? military department that they were Fenian veterans. Winnipeg, June Hubert Rogers has the Hoard of Trade, as "Your meaaago to OlawR has been repeated to me here, regafdlnff state- ment made by Homo Payne, and let me sny tbal I entirely.agree the protest you hayfe registered, suTprlfies hiC'iR that n man llke Jforne ivho ..claims lo linve some standing as a financier, ahonlil lie ao utterly and absolutely llgriorant of Conditions in U'enlerni "Western municipal, bonds' are-, rle- ser.yedly popular .nifirkets wherever they are Vnown, -and'lt-wlll take deal afatt- cut of a man like. Horns Pkyne to affect' tlfetr good Btandlug. However, this does.-not excuse him for ing ro misrepresent the business nnil credit ot others when he might better be Attending to his own." i FRANCE'S STANblNG ARMY Paris, June Legrand an- noiinecd in the Chamber of Deputies toflay that France's standing nrtny on a ncacF) footing wonJJ number men, after tho adoption ol the EOV- three-year service bill. An open verrlict -u-as returned by tbe Jury Into tbc death of .Inmes Bruce, whose body In liie Grand river at Gait, STRIKE NEGOTIATIONS m PROGRESS Cincinnati, June tbe 3tr3ke of tbe eleven thousand gar- ment workers in this and neighboring- cities will be short lived or wlli rle-: volop into a loss drawn' out strug- gle, will probably bt- Ijeforo their demands to the manufacturers and word came from the, latter body (hat a meeting would be hold Inime- oint-H' nud their dcmanda acted ;