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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 31, THE LKTIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page la Let's Get Tqether We have about everying necessary to lurnish a home fronellar to garret, Curtains, Carpets, and Furniture of every acriphon. Besides selling lis furniture at the price "Jl credit When you re- quire- House furntings see our stock and -terms. vf The Albrta Outfitters 405 6th St. S. Dominion Block :Making Mtjz Wumffy Cobb Sfcaguay, May has entered tbe lists as a for fame and fortune, and T'oah, of -baseball notoriety. Is on- 1> ode of the name, sjwents attract attention. onte an editor, aofl'now crci PURIFIEIJ m -Dr. Mcree'j Indian lo Hculocl Mr. Wilson When Ihe seirera of the Ifij tidnep and iin frfofgcd up, tie blood quicily bccorafopure aad frcquendy sores break out crthe Tbe way lo ical Itiem, Wilson, who lives near Ldon, OnL, found, to purify tluiiVipd. Hi SHIM: j >S "For some time 1 hid ta fa a low, -J Ml Pilll wure brourlit 16 my noliceirSd tlicy tn of fta moit I yjio-vo. Uj puri- 4ei In t Ttry thort UKI, up, Indigesuoa Vftolshed. Alwii B a place in my hdn.c .d upon us the faniiiy rerred-i Dr. ilorto'i Indian Kill cltacse the srittm thorouchrr, aii25caboi. fMia i T Urloiis Cofcb." is the other, and what people ivant to know Is the na- ture and the location of his well-bid- den source of wealth Five or sit yea is a Cobb" ivas the erHtor of the Nome Nugget. One day he retired from newspaper work, und since that time anJ his, wife have made annual pilgrimages to bf Alaska, coining out' loaded with wealth. Go- ing down or up the Yukon to" one of the most desolate places, they unload their provisions, and puU' into the unknown. In tto autumn they appear, perhaps' hundreds of miles from their starting point They al- wajs have plenty of money, and make little secret of the fact that their supply is replenished on these annual excursion i into _thec wtJdB, tut, de- tails are lacking. "Mysterious Is. v, ell Jnfc on all subjects, .And. a fluent talker on all, except sourco wealth., 'inquisitive persons have ash- ed if he baa mine.' His reply inva.ri.ibly Is He has sornethlcg 'gold. To a reporter" be said thnt in his opinion there would neier.again'be'a great gold stampede to the but he foresees a stampede for some precious icte, surpassing anything of the kind seen In 'previous .gold discoveries. Has he discovered a field rich in diamonds, or some other precious stones? AKfc he -will tell you every thing but what you want to Know. Denmark, May its distou-ry that tbe so-called Peary Channel, at tbe northern end ot nd docs not exist, Enud Raa- tLe joung Danish explorer, has solved a prubit'Di of great import- ance lo the geographical world. lie- s this, the r-splorer an-1 tla com- and ethnological Iianlons mapped tLe rexioa connect Ing Urcentaud with Peary Laud, aad made fresh discoveries of laud, which tbey bapliied Ch'latlau X. Land. Additional details have been tched bere of the brilliant feats of the Danish expedition, which baa Just terminated a scientific task that has attracted many sen, by crossing the icefields of the uterior of Greenland, proving that nly unusual endurance and hardi- ness wore required fey successful ex ilorailoo in those regions. Eimd Hasiiiuasen started on >c df lion July 10, 1910, when.he embarked with his companions on the schooner Motor, from Coi> en to tbe Melville northern Greenland. I'.ussen peculiarly ted for the task he.had undertaken He Is a Greenland, havin supposed Icen torn al Jacob's Harbor, in. 1S7Q- His father was a Danish clergyman, was thoroughly acquainted wilhj a number of Eskimo dialects, and mother was a fuH-blooded Eskimo, i himself spoke Ksklino from his :cy, end later studied the lan- guage so thai he knows It at the present day perhaps better than any other person. Enud Hasmussen has heen through, out bis life intensely interested in exploration, and as a youth under- took voyagus ia Scacdinavia, the Faroe Islauflp and Iceland, alU Uie time making scientific observations. this expedition reached tbe Greenland" const, the explorer estab- lishedia fUtion- for'the. benefit of Eskimo pppyafiojij -with sufficient to last six years neai de o] Melville Bay, vrhore there la a com parallvely numerous trine of Polar Es- kimos, rhp hitherto had been virtual- ly out of communication with the civ- An Extensive NVork According to the Kit grams receiv- ed Thwshaveu In tte Farce Is- Kaamusjea not only succeeded n carrying out tiicst i.lacs. b'Jt also the. second part of tie programme wblch Included the tbnographical of the practically unknown regions of north ern Greenland. It Its Dtentlon to map nay. to cross the glflciers of inland ice-] fields, to explore the nel" and also discov- ered by Peary In litltude S5. auoir-er Dat.e, was the principal compau'on of HasinuEsea in his explorations aiiil on bis great sledge expedition the Greta- land continent. eharJcs with him In the houor'of deciding the question of the existence of tbe 'Peary Channel." When made discoveries at''tho "northern end o' Greenland during bis lu 1SJM-S2 and 1893-S5, and -nhen Ue explored Inde; penitence Bay, which from east "'to west, be nas" inclined to be- lieve continued farther west- ward and terminated Us course in the ChitiLiiel" Ho ilized world. This to be undet Ihe auspices of the Danish Royal Com- mitlee for the privileged commerce of Greenland, tizecTIhe final point of liis aUammtnt Navy Cliff. East of ibis pro'uontory a huge glacier, the pro- jected Into the sound. During his 'voyage or 1S9S-19Q2 Peary reached the norihern point ot Peary Land in latitude S3.39, which the limit ,of .Greenland proper. Ho and most of the Polar explorers who ed him believed Peary Land to" be an island separated from the continent by Independence Day and "Peary Somo doubt still enisled as to this, ;tid other explorers made efforts to determine i ,Mr. Koch, of the Danish expedition, reached Cape" Brldgraan In 1907 u; explorations. .In uieantime, how- ever, tho Danes, Erichsen, Hoegh.-.Hflgen had lost their Urea in-lrylng the existence or the i- Einar Mikkelsen also tried to pene- tfate-thc region while he uas search- ing for the-diaries of his head com- patriot Mylius -Ericheeu, but had not sufficient time to attain his goal aud narrowly escaped death. The news of Etuid Rasmussen's discqvery has sertleJ once and for all this much' debated'questlon. POSTMASTER PELLETIER'S ESTI- MATES ON TABLE YESTER- POST BILL 'SKELETON MEASURE Ottawa, May Tie fotire alter- noon sittings of the uere taken up wilU a cons id- J eration of the estimates uf Ite ofllce department. The Ktceral ducus-[ sEon of ths afljirs of the was kept up lot- several hours with I ihe result that it was late this ing belore any headway was made in j the inonef required to run i depaciineat during ths current fiscal year. 'fhtce a number j to ihe parcels post bill ol whkh no- lice given in April, but which has not been proceeded %Uh. The said that te was 1o put hi's hill through, if the opposition would not oppose it. Tbe officials o! department, I.e said. had been working out the details c! a parcels post" scheme. They had overcome many difficulties, although not all ot them, but it he a help to have the" hill passed. Hon. Hodolphe Lemieux said that tl.e bill as drafted, did not give any particulars and placed loo much pow- er in the' Lands of the Honever, if it eiplalned he might possibly change his inir.d. There a lively tlH between the minister and 'the ex-miniitcr as to who was responsible for a contract let for stamp vending machines. At a laCetliout Dr.'Ncelj" of Hum- bold t, complair.ed ot o of dis- missals ol postmasters in his con- stituency. Mr. Felletter maintained that in every case tbe dismiBsals had bceu justified. ANNOUNCEMENT rjri I HE CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT COMPANY, have appointed J. B. W5LK1E, Its representative In fcrldge, Vtho will take pleasure in transacting any business required by our Contract Holders. Our regular branch, heretofore maintained tn the Sherlock BJHdlng, been associated with the offices of J. 5. WJIkle It is .-denied that there has been any friction J. II. V. Cjowe, .retiring .C'orarr.andant of the Koyal Military and Col, Huglies awful scoic. The same being 18 lu-H. At times the play was good. Thli lfcc first tjiae the ;lMms bavc mct 1hts >car LuadbKk jivas some of tbeir Lest play- thrrefore luitfiag a crimp in Uieir appearance. The district lea- holy bor.ds ol matrimony is almost certain to he a Enid Millrr, of Hellcvue. This was cess if one may judge by the crowds not altogether a surprise as cupid hns tlie carnes. The neit leaguo been at for some time. The new same Is playetl heie on Saturday, the best'bf their jThe team comes here with EO host of friends for an exUa Io2g to their credit and two wins. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Uramlejr. C.P. R. agent, Irft Monday foe a two months' vacation- He will visit sev- eral eastern points. t life. Mr.'Peter McEu-cn is spending thir- ty days with the government officials in Madeod. He too well ac- quainted with a jug ol "fire-water11 on The Lundbrecl; nine "visited town Tuesday evening and went down to defeat before to Uic local crond by HEAD OP B, C. PYTHIANS Vancouver, May S. H. Wlnn hag been' tlectcd' jirorlncial cbaa- cellar of the Knights of Pythias. Divo'rcis Courts afe Popular London, May" 31. Critics .and miea of the House oC. Lords Eeldom; view it in the light of a charopton for popular rightSj yet tncre is not dis- cordant note in the public and edit- orial praise for. its-decision providing for "tfi0 open divorce "'The lawV.'which' the fiaul -cour't of'Wijj'eal 6" Kin6d6ni, e s fab f! thed', "divorce and flic order for clos- ed most' apt ( made when parties were of high" position and thus able to bring influence to bear. The recent suit by the Count' of Yarmouth, Miss Alice awj for; the iiuliiflqaUpa of tef ,inpr- They are lha't dfrorco ana m es most i ALL MY BOH! "Sometmes I Gould Hardly Walk I" 2 Boies of Gin Pills Cured Me 'adjudged 'gii'lty of of'co'jrl inay appeal tlie contempt to a'hlgb'er On points the lofrda oveV-riiled cthe Court of Arpealfi." In tho Scott ca'se, which v-as one to declare a marriage null, the hearing nas secret, and MTB. Scolt was Afterwards adjudged of contempt for circulating n rerort of the decision, among her friends. The Court of Appeals, by a vote Ot four to two, upheid the right of tne Judge to hold too bearing In camera, and also declared that there coujd bs no appeal from'a ruling (bat a pergon was la contempt of court. The- lords went'even further'than reversing the lower cour t s. They held that tl LC. questions were of such importance lo the public that the should pay all the costs Mrs. Scott incurred In fighting th'e case before the Court of Appeals and tho House of Lords. The tendency..of English courts ol late years baa been toward secrecy in SUPf ERKU from Kidney Trmrbje for fite IOHR jeata. I slso hat] Rhtunntisnun alliny bone? and uot slcrp at sometimes conld hardly walk, Ivios treated by some of our ber.l pliysiciaoa but without -I lost over fifteen pounds, was very iveak.nfed friends, who had Jiot stcii me fof s lime, were astonished. One day, I met i nc of leadingIiotcllctcpcis.wh'? had been cnrttl ty Gin Pills, and lie advised tue lotry iliem, so I bought two boics al drugEislTs. Before I had used one I a big cnange iorrhe better, and hcrsrs tnc box was gone., I wcs completely cmcd. j I assure yon I citi hardly Vehevc il for j( I liad Icuovrii 1 know now about Gin Pills, f would spent-over one hundred dollars for nothing, vrheii ordered EpecL2; at certain nd- tovje ordered not_tp mention partB ol the evidence. also have been ins'.rucled toi'nwntlon -j who flguretJ in-thg testimony'only "x-" ,X-ioi Under an act of 1S57, three class of cases be heard behind closed doors. These concern the affaire o( children who arc of lunatics, and trade secrets must be discussed. There' Is-also a' law empowering to' order fors from court when children have to" give evidence' of a certain nature, t that law specifically that roporiera of newspapers cannot ex- cluded, In tbe trial of several suffragettes recently, judges have ordered all wo- raen from court. The appears to raake thntjmpasslble. Un- der It; except for jVc'thjrcB clasaea included In the ac't.of 1SB7, all hear- ings roust be public. sub- jects of tho King- aa courtroom accomodMe, have the right to enter, and stay as long as they he- have. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE The Canadian-Built Drive jotir old enemy out of your ttorlc enjoy life. Awaywi Kitlney Take Gin rills, comfort (or tlie rest of the year. A le n, Befrec-ofpain. Beablcto'walle sfn in (be biclc, RbcuraatEsm, and 1 now, vHll mean and fc e t or ,-du of Heporls from Glasgow, Scotland, malting firms confirm the Herald's story that barley is mailing In fine shnpe. Baird Co, large brewers and mailers who tio-jght bushels ;o( barley from Mr. N. Tdtllngcr, of Clnresliolni, and paid GS cents.a bush- el for It, declare that the barley was first class. The agricultural department of Ihe C. F. H. 'handled tho shipment and were naturally anxious to find out If liiliy up l'i.e standard 93 a malting ptoducL Word- from tbe mahlers slated that lols parUcular carload le rnaHIn? exceptionally ivell, and tbe hope is eipressed that more of the same kind will be obtainable here (Mi fall. As yet thro-jghout westtin Canada practically all tho barley- grown is used for feed 'purposes and Is not of a "mailing grade. "Wcilcrn farmers aa a rule-'EOT? a barley'on thetr land out the crop rotation plan moisture and info (he a crop o( wheat the next seflsoM. Aa a result thi barley hanested Is-mixed REPORT ON CLARESHOLM GRAIN [oala, wheat and other grains and con FROM'GLASGOW MALTING ttriuentlyjs Ubl'nl for anything 'olse HOUSE PLEASING but fceii Mr. la one of the first far- mora at Idast to real (ze tho proSta whlth may be obtaine' by 'growing b'arley for' malting pur- poses. But It Is his example will be followed by other agri- culturists and that within a few years AlberU'u'UI be growing thousands of of grade one barley for ex- port business. The associate- boards .of trade win put.nny farmers In touch with buyers if th'cy haii'e goorf malting barley for this fall In ths Futurs "whaf was .It flastiy up tbe movemeDt among tho Slilfra; ;J A Car of .Quality STUDEBAKER "25" lias arrived. Built in a Cunndiiin factory by-Canadian tcsl- -jEd rontls. Ilia cnr is mnrkeleil by Cnii- adians at a1 price well within the rcacli of every pros- perous 'citizen. _> In strength, ability, beauly, and the is an which .7 JCanada has just'right to be manufac- i.- Muring'experience of years, backed by n business alliance wiih thc'grealcst vehicle builder on the Ani- crican continent, makes possible such a car al such a-pricc.. r You.can-find no car nl any price, showiiiy better workmanship, higher quality of steels or more grace- ful lines than Hie Studebakcr "125." Us long-stroke, British-type motor is a marvel of economy and power. Through the sight-feed on the dash, you.can watch a streaih of oil flowing to all mov- ,.ing-motor parjs. You ran leave the motor running .idly on the hottest day, hut tbe waicr will not boil. Adjustment of any vital part is easily possible without removing any other. -Your own borae dealer has a Studebaker "25" ready for your Inspection.- Search its finiph for a single flaw. Test Its deeii ousnfons while he shows yoa Its atillty to fairly "eat up" the hills. The efficiency of the starting feature will surely appeal to you. Enter jour order quickly, for the demand Is now great- er than "wo can hope to supply. overlook tho advantage of buying your 1913 car from an established Canadian -manufatturer with n national repuui- -tion and a f-errlco record to which tho owner of ny Studebaker car is nlways glad to'teatlfy. Our large plant at Walfcenllle Is alwajs open to insijectlon. THE STUDEBAKERr Five Pastengers, Four Cylinders 3y2x5' Inches Three-speed Transmit, sion Slldirro' Gears; Right-hand control'and steer; finished in black and "Studebaker1 blue bright parts nlckled.' EQUIPMENT Extra Charge Acetylene Primer Demountable Uitns Studcftakef' 'Jiffy tilns 30x3i4 Goodyear tires Stewart Clark oraeter Deep Silk Mohair Top Clear-vision' Ventilit- Windshield Kull" Klliptlo Springs Holders Ellra Kim Gas Headlights Side and Tall tamos Concealed Electric Horn Full Set of Tools Too) Dox Studebaker Models and Sludcbak'cr Studetaker Studebaker All Cars Complete f. o. b..Wftlkejrvllle "The riots rougtf that, a wo- man couldn't go Into out- without hsv. Ing her good clothes'aU'torn Buffalo The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Limited WALKEfWILLE, ONTARIO SOLD BY N AL'TO CO., Lethbi-idge. TAXSER BROS., ALFRED PELTER, Pinehcr Creek ;