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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May an, 1912 THE TLETHBKTDGK DAILY ITEBALD When, you ask .Ten inatclios THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASE WITH SILENT TIP. WILL 'NEVER'.EXPLODE IF STEPPED ,-ON Eddy s ..Matches nave Isfiecl 'Canadians since no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Cana SUNDAY SPORT IS CONDEMNED MOVEMENT IS ON AT COLEMAN TO 'ENFORCE THE LORD'S DAV A.CT Colcinan, Mav McOrury ol ________ Junk spent in olcman, tlio ing his wife to return to hei lati OTTO'S WIFE WENT TO TOWN FOUND FARM LIFE TOO HUSBAND CAME DRIVING AFTER Klmlcrsley, Saak., May course of true love docs not ulway run smoothly, is an old gay ing, and on ly too true, as Otto Waglntaougli, o Beadle, can well testify, for, after liav infr toon able to induce a maiden fai to come all the way from Jlockwood Mass., to marry him, alie. leaves hi home on the prairie for the. more ex citing life of the town. This morning, 'without giving warning, the newly-made bride loi her home mid came to town. She, hbu ever, had not been able to elude the ever-watchful eve of Otto, for: very long, as was shown by the fact that hi arrived in town in a few short houn behind her Stuck to Her Job In the meantime JJrs. Otto had EG cured a position in one of the ho tels, and when her husband arrive on the scene was already at work, Ot to immediately sought advice from a number of friends about town as the better course to pursue In Indue It bringa .Good Luck, Bak- ing day every requisite of a ptrfoct baking powder In U'Alberta's Best." U ab- solutely Beet n pefectly ffOp any cubitance injurious to hoaltfi it u known by geod cookt your grocer for it today. Lest o' Mr- J) U is stated that the case of elope- ment which occurred here'last winter, when ;i local clergyman alienated the affections of another? man's wife, will be lOiiMdCLcd at, Lethbudgc next i Tuesday..-It is alleged.-, that; Crown Prosecutor Campbell has the case in charge. Hit Gun Club meet on Victoria Day was not conspicuous for, its rcc-j domicile. Various inducements were held out to the girl, but all to no avail; she persisted-in staying' vhere she was Mlnlater Takes a Hand Poor Otto was nearly heart broken and states that he cannot understand why his 'wife has' left him. He has done everything he could to make her life o" the homestead pleasant :and comfortable. Notwithstanding. wha has transpired, he has hopes of hay C- NEAR BY NEWS NUTSHELL v hold its i ate Snskatpons assessment this jear is Edmonton umj Sown to 12 mills D' pjera has been appointed police 'magistrate at Edmonton is, He tame orlginalh from Stiatfoid, Out H; East .Calsary Is being' sent to Peace as a missionary north of buildings aie inder construction in Cranbrook at Jhc piesent time Townb on the G T P south ot To leld ara sened luth a daily moil lervice i A fire at Wainiuight on Sunday I'stiojed the following buildings The Auditorium block ned bv FraesB and Small Bros and sublet io I Lush pompiny, printers and Sta i tloneis fire hall Wamw right Email's furnjtme, public hall "Union bank, IMssan and Son, gentlemen s i lurniRhiugs, Malan s pool room All i losers carried some insuiance urds of phenomenal ihooling, owing )ng ller ietllm once more to the faim 1o unfavorable weather- conditions Under tl'.e circumstances, however, [air records .made. First Event (15 12 1st, W. L. W. Mun, Second Urnl, (25 11 en- Chas. Prisuch 2nd, S. Paris, Thud Lycr4 (25 12 en- Lail Supta 2nd, Supta. Fourth nM.nl, (IT hert A .1 losepll I1! Bml .Sweepstakes, 10 enlnes 1st, A I Joseph 2nd, W Man The matter oi'; SimdaY: amusements is engaging the attention of the An- glican Uergumn 01 Coleman, 1! I WatLms Jones, who has cross- ed the Rubicon m the matter of op POMII? Sabbath Daj recreations A notice, edited hj the Lord's Daj lisnce, has posted; drawing attention to thr penalties enjoining all police officers to allow ,10 negligence in this regard he both pro and con and the result of the agitation is awaited, with interest. Sunday June 1th he obsened as De oration hv Coleman Lodgc- No id, I O 0 F The members will parade in a bodj to the cemetery, w here the, decoration ccremonlw u ill he proceeded with. The Scouts encamped at Star Clock or the 24th [mi under com mand of Chaplain and Instructor Strolld. The minister who married the pair 16 taking in the matter, and with the help of others may be able to per suade the new Is made bride to return .to Otto. WELCOME; TO ALL PEOPLES IMMIGRATION RETURNS SHOW CONSIDERABLE INCREASE IN INFLUX OF SETTLERS Winnipeg, Man, 38 UnoKlcia but appioumatcH correct figures o immigration into Canada to June 1 1912, total 175, i29, as against J2d folvtlic same-tperioa last -year. While the inueases been iiilerablc [rom Britain con and OF LIVING Spend less for voui lore Kellogg s Toasted Corn Flakes 'here are twentj big platefuis io the the package costs onlj 10--cents JUDGE DEAD Tefferson Citi, Mo, "Ma> mer Supreme Court'-Justice :John B. Gantt died todaj of Ifver tiouble He was G7 years old. Gahtt' was1 on the years. foi twenty Lurope the gieatest percentage pf. international houndarv B> month's immigration has, been as follows Januan February March Apnl Mai (estimated) paiti o( four hundred Britishers arrived todaj from thcn Empress of Britain, aad the nevt two dajs .i couple of thousand more, moslh from the British Isles, will pjiss through here, mostlv hound for the western provinces. Dealers Pay More foi Purity Flour thjn for oilier kinds hut they pre-- fcr to sell vou Purily Flour lir.'.uisc at a I'oSt rh( v ropntalion for .st ilifiu Kood IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs, M-u 27 Springs farmers are rejoicing over the rain" we.had, and are hoping for more. George Palmer lefi) the of for confeicncc be will hi absent over Sundai, P 0 Moss will have charge of the Sunday morn- ing sen ice at the school house, and Mr. .Will Hunt will take the service in the evening Percy Hunt and Miss Margaret "Ydll SUFFER All YOUR LIFE" Thai's what the Doctor told him "Frujt-a-tiws Cured Him O.NT., Jan. jjth 1911 "For over twenty years, I have been troubled with Kidney Disease, the cloctorl told me they could ilo me no good, and that I would be a sufferer for Ihe rest of my life I doctored with different medical men and tried mauy advertised remedies, but none'of them suited my case. Nearly year ngoj I tried "I'mit-a- I have been usinR t'lis fruit medicine nearly all the time since, aud am glad to say that I am cured I giye "Irillti tbe credit of doing what the doctors said was impossible I ani now seventy-six years old, and in first class health" GEO W BARKLLV In all the world, there is no. other remedy that his cuied K uany cases of so-called "incurable" kidney disease, as "Fruit-t-tives" Thlsfamousfniitmedidneactsdirectly on tie and strength- ening ridding the system of the waste matter that poisons the blood 5Oc. a bor, 6 for trial size, 25c. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. BIG NAVIES TO PRACTISE HARD PORT STANLEY CLIFF FALLING St. Thomas, May pur- tion of toe (ace ol HIM Crest, Port Stanley, for about thirty slid into Lake Erie this afternoon, just a few sec- onds after two women and' a 'child had passe'd'ovsr tha r'jad- way along the beach. The earth roughly estimated at tons, demolished the break water put 'there' recently to stop the cashing of the bank, and IB non piled up in the lake to a height of 25 or 30 (eel The accident left the hill perpendicular, and another shde is imminent, but ft is not believed that it will reach back to'the summer cottages I FEW CHANGES IN TIME TABLE At 2-1 o the morning of June new timei-table goes' into all C, western lines Locally the changes, .arc: bale not at'the local offices'as yet, ,and ,-may contain im- lortant changes when 'announced. time tnble'which goes into ef- the Crop's on Sunday, next'is No 11, Fijer, westbound, a 15 Flyer, sastbound, .6.a5, 'No. westbound, .15.15. No. 612, 15.05. No. 613, westbound, 3.-10. No.' eastbound, i, 24.60. .While no local changes have been announced the has- been in- ormed'by Ii. G. McNellie, district mssenger agent, same time will' be in effect on the Calgary-Mac- eodx branch, connections, being made with the trains from Lethbrldge as ormerly For the time being, also, ;there will change in the .equipment over he Carmangay Gloir were married last Wednesday. They I-in ihermnri' if y o 11 r .'.iii'i .ipprvri.iirs trade Miffictfiillx to PURIIV FLOUR More Bread and Better Bread FOR BY GEO.KEKK CO., n I.cthbridgu have: gone to housekeeping on Percy's homestead; All their friends unite in wishing them much jov in their new lite to ge tiler, 1 Micro is an important meeting of tie Li.worlh League m enlng, June Jtb members are n quested to be present coidialh welcomed "bob I raser has built a meat re fri'gerator, and as.he. has a' bountiful bupph of ice, In, ttpccls to to furnish his customers with trcsli meat all summer. Miss Marjoric Hunt called on Mrs. Moss, of Baltcrsea last week. Miss I.aura Jones is spending the week at the Diamond. Iron Springs with his .wife and'dog attended the celebration May 21th, at Diamond City. Judging from ap- ro.irnnce.s. the principal things of-in- terest to She Iron Springs people two baseball games. Rattlesnakes' arc plentiful in Ihc BatteniCa distrift this year. A large number have been killed note in Ihc iferal.l that Ihc Sulllelil-Kipp branch of road will start building cast Irom' That is a great disappointment To the 'unilial anil Iron Springs people, as 1 I', ey have been waiting live voan f.tr a road and they surely ought to have one this year. TO HANDLE THE WINNIPEG TERMINALS May selection f the-Winnipeg Joint Terminals ;oard was announced at tlie union epot this morning as" also tho ppomtment of J A Glasaford as ter- minal superintendent The personnel of the board Is as follows Grand Trunk-Pacific, H. H. Broweis Nation- al Engineer J. G. McFnrlanri; Canadian Northern, M.' H.' general manager of the: Canadian Northern, together with J. II. Cameron, assistant general man- ager. SUMMER HOTEL BURNED .Port Hiwon, Mich., May Pere Marquette Railway's summer ho- tel at Point An Barques, and adja- cent buildings, were destroyed by fire yesterday. The loss Is The hotel Vas soon to have opened for the season. WILL BE UNUSUAL ACTIVITY AMONG THE FLEETS THIS YEAR May coming sum- mer seems likely to witness unusual activity in'the fleets of the principal povvers, most of which will carry put niano-uucs, on .1 large scale The Unlish fleet, AS in other icars, be placed on a war footing at the end of June and the strategical as well as the tactical exercises in which it will be engaged will present features of exceptional interest and import- ance, Soon afterward the German .high sea licet, augmented by its reserve divisions-will begin its autumn man- oeuvres, in Which for the first time it will .have the services.of a com plete dreadnought squadron of eight battleships and two battle cruisers. The American fleet now dispersed to fts ports after the winter man- oeuvres in .the, Carribcan" sea, and the battle practice, the-same time be engaged m its summer drills and cvcrcises, while the reorganized French fleet will, -ii: is understood, carry extended program of ei- ercises The firit official indication that tlie British naval manoeuvres this sunjnier are to he on an exceptional- ly large scaje is to be found in the appointment of Vice-Admiral Prince Louis- of Battenherg to the tempor- ary command of a fleet during the operations Prince Louis is one of the sea lords of admiralty, and the appointment of an admiral for sea service while he is still sen ing on Lhe hoaid is quite without precedent The step has therefore caused no small amount of comment, as the appointment af the first lord's Rear Admiral David Beat- ly.; a cruiser squadron.IB manoeuvres and the working ar- rangement of the practice'is cagcilj awaited With exception of Sir Uilliam Alajf whose selection as> um- pire in chief is also announced, prince. Louis will be the senior of, the 20 flag officers engaged in the .man- oeuvres: The.suggestion-madc ai> one time that press represfntalnes njight ho on, hoard the ships during, jhe operations, docs not now seem rhkcl} to he followed But probahlj the manoein res begin at their conclusion an uill en for an inspection similar to those on moic than one occasion h} Lord Fisher Were then invited- to inspect the newer vessels of the; fleet and to-witness de- strover and .submarine, evolutions 'Ihe last strategical manocmrcs on n large scale in tho British .were m 1S09, when an important Scheme of commerce prptcction, "in Sfhich the mercantile marine was, in- vited to co-opeiato was set the admiralty for elucidation Its gener- al idea was that war had started be- tween a strong naial power and a b'lt still formidable oni, and all available ships were divided into red and blue fleets, rcspcctneli to repress'.t thntr tuo imagiaar} pov- crs From the appointment of Sir William May anil o[ Prince Louis of. Battenberg, it is reasonable to as- sume that something of a similar kind rray again be done Both these officers took a promi- nent part In-the .1906 operations, Sir William May in command of the blue lattleship Prince Louis n' command of the principal blue cruisers' squadron It was Sir Wm Way, who caused a sensation by as- serting that he had held command Ol the channel from Ushant to the North Sea for fifty-six hours without molestation, and to have made re- quisitions at Scarborough, Brighton and other coast towns. The number ot warships taking par't will almost certainly., show an in- crease over the record total ot 325 which were utilized in IflOfi, hut the exact number will depend upon ,the supply of men. Tlie .principal effective warships from tlie reserve 'can be, of course, manned by active service rat- ines from the training schools, but older vessels require .1 proportion of reservists to complete their crews For such a step Great Britain and the U. S., whose fleets arc manned by voluntary enlistment, are not, so fortunately placed as those powers which have an entire conscript nation to draw upon. The measures taken to increase the: British fleet reserve in years have not been with- out their cued, hut it is not always convenient to take away a large num- ber of the men from their civil em- ployment at one lime for exercise In lime of peace. Cook's ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR Ask any cook what makes Hour seem Lest. The answer will it is the flour which bakes the bread, and cakes ..with the least amount of trouble and waste. That means this flour, today and test Send for a trial Jt for yourself. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAORATH TRANSFERRED ORGANS FROM ONE ANIMAL TO ANOTHER Remarkable Series of Experiments Reported by Pro- fessor Carell of Rockefeller institute, in i Addressing Medical Men OR RUTHERFORD GOES EAST Winnipeg, 2i I G Ru- therford passed through the citv to da> en route to Ottawa Sinte his retirement from the offices ot iimr> dliectorgeneral and Ihe stocK eomihiBSloner he has been taking a well-earned rest' nt'.hls Tarni'Just out ,f Ch.lHuach. Before leaving Chilli AS A SAFETV PRECAUTION Winnipeg, city IB nyklng the utreet railway company Io. stop their cars on the near side .of the street In. the future .pplnv to -the'Iargc nnmlior of arctdcnu wlilch' have happened recently. Toronto "Ma> 28 expert menls on dogs and cats condut-t-ed during the past sK years, of "which U they aie applied to human beings the end cannot be foiescsn, ueie plained t0 delegates to the On :arlo Medical AsBoclatioriahebUng last night by Piotessor Alexis Carell of the RockeEellei institute of Noiv York The successful accomplishment of such opeiatlons as the transferring complete oigans from one dog to an ir frmji in all ft Hi PT rat aid from a dog to a cat, described to an audience- wonder bj 'the'little as afterwaida described by a speaker, in language which seelned to treat them as day occurrences. Professor Carefl commenced; by de- mbing experiments in auiiniug >eina and artei tes in dogs AS a climax to these experiments a portion of the aorta of a dog and le placed it by a section d jugular vein of another dog The dpg died psveral later b> bo'ng run by an automobile In another dog he; had inserted an "aluminium -tube, io the thoracic aorta No coagulation of the blood took place and the circula- tion But the audience :was not allowed to pause in its wonderment Professor Carell next told of removing the en- the kidnejs from dog, placing them in a jar foi fiftj five minutes, and then placing them back in the dog. The iininm! for yeaia after wards Following a number of these experiments Professoi CareH deter mined to see it tissue could kept in stock in latent life so that it might be readj for such orations He told of ImUng kept a portion of human tissue taken from a baby which died as soon as it vaa born This tissue was kept in a solu tion in cold storage foi weeks, and was then giafted successfully on a human being Aa a climax he ttild of hating tslwn rarotid artery from a dog, keeping it in cold storage for Uvcntj Tour days and then substituting it foi tha caro artery in a cat Ihe cat lived with the finme aiten for three years and finalh died oC 'acute old age" wack he was tendered a compliment- ary banquet by the On his way east Dr Rutheiford speat some time in Udmonton, Calgarj and other points, "renewing his touch with as he expressed It Asked Hi to whit he was going to do for future, Rutherford laughed an4 Mid: T-lmc will tell.' 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