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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 27, 1913 THE LETHBRIOGE BATLY HERALfi Paw 9 The Secret of Economy Lies in the little things. Women 1'md the use of One of (liu little tilings that means economy. Its rich, full strength is n saving. Six de.lici- oUi cups cost-a-CGsit move -than 2nf) cujjs to the For all-its cheapness there-is no better-Tea to be bought than; Blue Ribbon Tea The local "Safety First" commit- tee, tlecttd at the stcond meeting of MILADI tDITED BY "INO" PHONES Offfcs 1221 1115 i KOT' Is there lltlie jtfore'to spatt, In a voild sp'full ot ;oy iiud song, Tbat eacb a ihjrf. Kionxi tkQ: oldest IUSD lie yuuflg- the org-lctiutlur on ccmposeii o( K-ptps.-nUtives Itoin ei- er> branch of the im'ice. The chair- man, 5lc. Wriglit, a nimp re- pairer, and was appointed because of his ability to observe am! suggest.. Mr. continually on'-, the Cardston ar.d Co'Jtts sul-diri-. sitiiis. and is m a posiliou to de-' MS.WF IF UNDERWOOD BILL GOES THROUGH.THERE IS SURE TO BE REPRI3ALS o, Jlay Count Von iteroH, the German ambassador lo Ihe United States, arrired last will leive for Ken- York to- day. He conferred heie with the iar- ifl evfeit oi the foreign office today, his Journey to Berlin being occasion- ed solely by .German's determination to protest vigorously against tho features of (he American tariii bill, which aie said io be in violation ol the commerce ar.d navigation treaty o! 1S28. U is understood tbat tho foreign countries take- the position that the United States must respect Germany or (he treaty will tn abrogated, uhtch means the. passage of the ob jectionable features would Epoedil place the United Siatts and Ger- many in the same position summar- ily tbe United States aid Russia nave occupied since the ahrojillon of tic treaty of 1832. LIVED IN LETHBRIDGE AND THE SOUTHERN TOWNS .WHEN THINGS WERE IN THE BEGINNINGS tcct errors migiil -be easily tfCtiDed. Mr. O. F. James is the newly elected secretary ot the com- mittee, and' ij> a freight enginctr. lit will exert great influence on the brakemen, especially fn their work oil the pilot. A great many accidents result frofa tlie carelessness nith brakemen board the front eni of the engine. is tlie cotnTiiitlce'. Shed- man, Percy Sinilh trainmen, A. 13. Sinister nuJ L. Uoterts conductors, J. K. Tennant ar.d I'. F. IkccLea- ririse W. A. Washbroot; engineers, A. Walworth and CI. F, James; carmen, A. I', i'itard and H. Ford machinists, H. Ingram hollermaiers, J. Davy locoinoUfc toreman, A Hall bhed-lorcman, J. Ilaffern agent, W. Niclells; main- tenance ol way department, H. Ol- son'; jardmabters, U. Waters and A. .Morrison tar foreman, I. Itaines; buildii.g and bridge department, J. McMaster roadmasters, P. J. M. H'asljng and II. 0. Wrilney; and trainmaster, "A. A. Smith. ;Le tiings that maLe lor happiness, jte i'.sinile.-.'br a IrircdU woid, U so'rae little deei! of kir.di.ess, Given frwi.vvhra the uay is hard; L word in SOEEOW, A Boothiog'touch in pain, Jlav brighlen a dark and peaw again. each one of us, nhcther larje or itriped voile.. Hiss Uue chifion over 'o rmaVe biirdfa light The meeting be held on June ?itht in tlie trainmaster's of- fice. SEWTIOEt STRONG OPPOSITION MADE ON THE GROUND.THAT PRODUCER WOULD NOT BENEFIT Winnipeg, Slay Arguments wllh the jiroier control ol tho I-TODOsed Winnipeg sample nere tbla morning by the Do- minion Grjin' commission which IB tilting here. Chairman Dr. Maglll, presided. Tbe sample marbctg pro- mat nlth Immedlato oppo- illion at (he hands of Roderick Mac- Kerixlc, the .Manllobi Grain Orowers, claimed it would re'sult fn sertoua disadvantages to the prcdncw. Tbe Grain Growers represented by 3. K, Maharg" ana Secretary F. W. Green. iThcro present, 01 the Invitation of the board oi comjiiJfsioners, Eva, chief grain Inspector oi the slate of who answered several question a.'kcd Maglll with t'efcrenco tp'thoWeporl of Iho special lomralsbioji appointed b? the .turc nf. .Minnesota, also Ine Senate comniitiee of Slinnepota on sample marHets'aod mixing. J. T. city ol the city q! .Calgary, but now cm- r.ccted with the Dominion govern- ment nark department at Banff, is in the. city today. .He is here in con- nection with the Cardslhn water- works case beitg heard in Supreme Courl today, to give expert iesti- moiiy. Child i5 not unknown in Letfi- hridse. He has lived for 24 years in Alberla, two ol which'were spcfll ia Lethbridge. The. C. P. R.; irrigation Eyslem first ir.ce, is thoroughly known to, him, for hack in 1901 acd '03 he livejd for two years in Lethbridge as a' resident en- gineer in charge ot of tne sys- tem. He has seen Lethhridge grow from its village slate to a city o! son-.e magnitude. He .says it is r.ot 'yet'dor.e growing.-liphis mind'it is one ol the flnest cities in the west lo live the improvements of the past two years having made it much more> homelike than it ever was before. But if Mr. Child were the city en- gineer or the mayor oi Letbbridge he would not recommend placing the j spending the evening with his spirl new-city hall on Gait Gardens, adviser. His sleep was uniHs rather indited to consider it a good Hurbcii until half past three thi thing that the C. R. is holding ra0rning, when he woke and.asked tight lo'thc' properly ia He middle Oiie Of ttc pguards the time. lie then of the park. He looks on Gait over and went to sleep again dens as the finest trcatliing space in-for another hour. At half past, four any city ot the prairies it wouM jhe dressed ar.d sat down to a hearty STATEMENT OF HENRY LOVE AS HE WENT TO THE GALLOWS IN OWEN SOUND Owen Sound, Ont., May he inur'iler of his wile, Charles Hen ry Loi'e paid the last penalty of the Jaw, in the oi the jai here at C.52 this, morning. ,'fiie execution was carried out with the-utmost despatch and without a single hitch. last on i earth were spont quietly. He felired I last nighf about 11 o'clucl; aftei ys upon the not male Eoi..t; i S'imple Yes and eas_v, fhere are ihar.ces night, fruc.i morn Mrs. W. 11. sjtin with blue Mis blue wilh braided bodice- Mrs J. li. yellow sa- tin touched with burnt orany. Mrs. b. II. Hue chlilun our tillf. ilrs. Stanley fun grce't satin, Mrs. C. A. velvet with real lace. Mrs. K. J. Behl-rstrawberry salin with chiffon ar.d pissjintnteric. Miss lace and jel hlaCa satin. Miss Hickcy dolled swiss with touches of pale blue. Miss salin with lace and passementerie. I -Miss meteor with till j white shadow lace, JIiss Ann I'atteson pink silk And happiness is somrttrng hat you cannot give nsay 'or the 'more that )ou others, The more you will stay. ioslesses tomorrow Mrs. W. H. Mortis, lur the last season. Mr. Rowley has relutrtd trom Cal- jary, where he tl.e weekend. Miss Ryan, ol Irclai.d, is with her sister, Mrs. J. U. 1'alir.er, on an ex- tended visit.. Mr. and Jlrs. Percy Coven Shaw ielt for their new home in Pinhorn yesterday 'jir. and iirs. D. G. Sirauldice, ol ol Cannangay, are city. ,llr.' and Jlrs. 'Cooper, ol Leth- bridgc, -are- visiting friends in the Herald i Jliss Waslibrook left too'jy io spend 8 with friends in Wicnifrcd. Mr: and Mrs R. J. Itussell, of Me- dicine were week-end visitors _.-ii. Tir.mM pink satin. Miss O'Hagati-white satin with laic tunic. Miss black uet over char- nicust. Miss -A. hlack crepe with corsage bouquet ol pink carnations'. Miss pale pink chifion over silk oi the same shade. HOWARD NUPTIALS London, .May 2G. Tho Dufce and Ducbees ct Counaught sent a large silver mounted mirror as a wedding gift to Miss Howard, who was mar Tied Saturday at 'SI. Mark's church Xorth Audloy street, to Lieul. Kllson K. K., and a large silver cup was re celved by Ihe'orldal pair from the Landgrave of Hegse. The service, which was fully choral was performed b'y the bridegroom's father. The bride, who was fiiven Donald. Jfrs. -.4. J. Jrring and Miss Wright returned yesterday ,-aflerr.oon from they visited over the 34th. -r Ethil Sick and Mr. Philip Jfic- hach, who have 'been .attending the. Leland-Stan.'ord University' in Cali; home ior the summer va- cation. Hev. H. Grepn, recently of Dran- don College, and Mrs. Green will be j away by her father, Wore a gosm o. puro white charmeuse, with a cour train o! .old Brussels lace, given he her grandmother, tady Strathcona while her long lace veil was over a spray of orange blossoms am white heather. She was attended b> two children and eight bridesmaids who wore pretly AresEea of pale MUG crepe de chene wllh Dulch caps o cream lace, while each wore a. bou quet of sweet peaa. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The ladies oi St. Patrick's church intend.holding a rummage, sale in the Miner's Hall, N'orfh Lelhbrirlge, on Thursday, 29lh. Icc-cteam, lea and cake will hc'seried during th afternoon. In. rcply.'to uuesllon, Mr. Eald thai lo tho. host of hia knqy. IcdBo no opo tn tad askod ror tho abolition ijia Hoi. Argument yat not tury. tlair.iond then not the now. It was villngc. he therefore be a shame" to spoil it even by putting up a million dollar city hall thereon. Mention Raymond to -Mr. Child, ar.d he feels at spent' a year or so in town back ahout Ihu hegiShing cf the cen- tury, [iajr.iond tli thriving town it merely a tented ircnt there first ho litcd-in a tent. Everybody did likewise Mr. Child laid out the ground for Ihe Knight Sugar Co. plant. In fact, Mr. Child almost considers Raymond a child cf his own. Banff, he is more hcau'.iful ihan ever this'yeaf. Judging hy- the crowds that thronged Ihe famous re- tort over the holiday it will enjoy greater popularilj-'lhis year than ever before. ANXIOUS TO GET HOME May the morning session of the house loday, it. was statod that business would he niahed wllh the hope Juno 6lh. The. government lo do this joncludadj wili cave io nr llshilon. THE RUINS OF KNOX CHURCH, STRATFORD, ONT.'- Where McCarthy, Fire Chief Hugh Durklri Con- aubte Malt. thalr Kvtt, sreaklast. On the scaffold .Rev. H. Jlullowney ;ad Love's last statement'wticreln. declared he had served the devil ir 24 years. "Give me a drink ot Love enuested. It was complied with and .he executioner released the bolt. tendered a reception this evening by i .he memhers ar.d adherents of the Avenue Haptist church.. Thp ine program will 'include addresses Knox and Westminster hasketbal teams will compete for honors seven o'clock this on the Westminster team. Japanese Matting Rugs Jawutae Mailtos Hugs lu 1'laln white matting, ulih touch of green anil red coloring. 35 x 13. Regular 60 cents for.............'.............-...'.'..................... Verandah Rugs Verandah Hugs of Cocoa Mailing-, border, ij s 72; regular JI.S5 for___ Curtains Verandah Hugs of Cocoa Mattloer. red and green border. 43 s 72; regular for.................... wOG Just E curtains.- i only and all dliereni kinds ol cream and while Spwial for this neck. The Hudson's Bay Stores OF INTEREST TO WOMEN FLIRTING ?omc cf us ate just born to flirt, and we can't seem lo be able to get I out of our systems. We look -h. so iunocemly! And somehow we always meet two oyes looking down bat kindle rfgbt we know e'ce dorio U sgalo! But ot course we oughtn't to! Xoiv, just bow wrong Is it to flirt? Acd ho TV ghnll we stop flirting If wo are boro flirts? These are ihe questions T was asked he other day, and I felt distinctly up gainst it. I believe a lUUe, natural, everyday flirting won't harm The trouble Tvuli most i.lrtiug IB tbat H never knows when to stop. It keeps ou till It KCTS into seri- ous trouble once in a vhUe. 11 may trouble for the other person, It may be trouble for >ou. Probably tne best thing you can do it you belong to the flirty kind is to be perfectly honest about It. Not to pretend that U's anything more thao a lark, not to carry thJnga'loo far, ant eu >ou find you are being taken seriously to put matters straight in a minute. an on tbe stage bursts Into team, Ke is uncomfortable ar-d looV-s Lot because he resents BO clumajr an expression of feeling. He wants to o his emoUuus touched, but these ears and ttesd sobs do nothing for Even the gallery feels more in- clined Jlo laugh than to weep la sym- pathy. Out everyone knoas n. subtle suggestion of grief by a clever actress will give tbo whple audience a lump in the throat., Novels, too. are no ionger'wfit with the leara of their -heroines. Authors rewgntio tbat-the-old B.vmptorfls" of emotioa aro use. Tbelr- heroine sL lie dry-eyed and bewildering. not show her feelings In the old obvious elementary way. Sba must not blush She must not swoon. Above all, she must not burst Icto tears-" Terrible Teddy is Real Habitual (Continued from treat 3ITY AND DISTRICT A Macleod Vlsllor U X. of Macleod, is in the cits', registered at the Dallaa. Fine Rain in. South Dr. C.iR Nelson, of Ca'rdfilon' and L. H. Jeliff, of naleivare lu lha cliy today on busincs They report crop conditions as better than ever before, wirt plenty moisture and- eleady growth. Heavy showers fell all over Lhe soiHh country last night. Reports trom Cfirdstou, Raymond, Magraiti, Xetv Dayton and Warner state that a fine shower started tftte al night, continuing for several hours. Kcports as to crop conditious are ex- tremely favorable. POPE ABLE TO BE OUTDOORS Home, May ihe first time since his tho I'Ope enjoyed the nunshlnc today in llio Tatfcan gard etis in which ho rRirmtije'd for an hour The Vatican empiojotg learning thai the Pope had" left his apartments, hastened to render him Ticicage. BOUGHT A BIG RANCH Vancouver, May Knler prlso ranct at Hi mile house, Cariboo district, owned by the J. H, Co., baa JUB( bcpii sold to a UrUUh syndicate, the over consideration being CANADIAN BONDS BELOW PAR Mny aro tn physical life which hmy nctuunl iuT my nervous weakness? ;Is my diet aulftclont in in quality? -Do I get enough.sleep? Is my-work "congenial? Is my environ- ment in any way lo rny tastes and These .are simple questions, ani yet upon their answer often depends the possibility of ner- vous health or nervous disease. If the sufferer discovers that any of the physical causes of a nervous breakdown are in operation, it IB ob- vious that It Is his first duty to fight apainst these causes, to lessen them and, iJ possible, to remove them al- together, In the next this is es- pecially to be noted by nervous v.'o- ot Ibe essential conditions of nervous balance Is the control-of tho emotions. The tendency on ihe slightest provocation to give tray to parorysm of tears is dangerous-'bc- causc it leads to weakness, bodily and menially. Nro doubt there are mo- ments of poignant agony'when tears arc nature's beneficial provision for some relief lo an OTer-stralned nerr- ons and mental but these moments come at rare intervals In our lives, and, as a rule, so far from weakening our mental or moral Iffe, they uplift and purify It. nervous people must be earn- ed against Is the tendency to let slip their self control of some potty wrong r" slight domestic difference or I gh soraa morbid Impulse to self- 11- -ChrUtlan Age. I i ie of ilia most conspicuous fea- 1 .-.i of Is la I J expression of eraotton. -Thero I i to be no doubt that the time dme when all th6 crude methods the dowrieaat the I .rfits of passionate anger', tlie bto- disappear cuttrely. I women are'stijl jt.i: to the old methods, ii .Jo- subtly, Something I.- be Judged from i ctween ixtfcnth century. I know, for ciaraple, that Henry J ;li. butst-lnto that the puke of Arjiou w'aa.hettig ed to" marry iBHzaheth "re- to his cabinet half i In BheddlQg tearV. 4n the funeral "sermtfa.WaS being; 'l -hed' on the Regent j1 u f rir I aad was ,not a'loau in all I iron crowd but was In tear and when Jftmeg L- was angry ho ,t like.a-fresh-beaten 1 U i i and prlr.c6s( city. A gang ot construction employ- ees.were at work blasting on Ihe Le- high Ce-menl company's farm'prepar-' ing for tbe construction of a spur-line from the C. P. R. The. dead: John. McClean, foreman; A. Holland, V. Mor relli. Injured; Henry Thai. Moore and Audrey McKlunon. DUCHESS IS DOING VERY WELL -Jxjrjijon, May In Her'Hoyal' Highneds :the. -Diichesg of. Counaught'B un. r ot. Cone ts' nnd erUkiu g. F.fntst Peier- oord, auto while fatally hurt. -I''. L'' 8ECOMIMO HAT AND FASHION. CORtAQE sumrntr The bodice shows an fit collar character' of tht ntwett r'.-i. obvioiis-than I '.if'- a cigarette or go, out-for a ot jolt- In tho old a man in tcara ftn ho la lookec1 AL fiskanco'and blamed, AS an actor Is blamed for fbrgetting bis part. a at'a thealro whcn.n a sraari mef' 4eager. boy.' Apply Herald Joh. DepL ;