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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SI, Page 5 L.KTHUKIDGE GRAND DIAMOND RING DRAWING Will take place at MONARCH THEATRE fHURSDAY, JUNE 5th Ring secured from Mr. R. A. Wright, at special price and val- ued at 56000. lONluhi beautiful Re i Dranu. Terrible Hearing co: One that Had to Pay- Drama of Heart IntoroiU Boobs HiiJicuIoua CouiLdy. 10 cenU 15 cents. Wednesday Special Frontier Mystery" In two Reels Sent Over From Senate Thrown Out in Commons Commiltie ifl. iT.' 4 1 V_ '_.. v.. A L- L- '.o 'PHE price of your clothes comes out of the "pay envelope." We are all "pay envelope'7 men, whether we are in business, or working at "so much" the day-our income is just a certain amount arid we must keep within it. The Scotland Woolen Mills Company Limited, makes the drag on the "pay envelope" easy. Twenty Dollars, no more, no less, for a made-to-order suit or overcoat from the very best imported materials Ottawa, May prhato' bills committee ol tlie J louse yesterday Don Ibat II1 has bec.n threalepins for some ilme and e.i ;b recommend a. certain j divorce bili'to'tba Commons. (.Tnpn: v were tfcr-j'y 'divorce-bills beforo the conluiit- t'ao" first of wilib was! until tlio from To. i roctu vras also but strong obj-cckms "was made by Messrs, ilac- Donnell and Steel because of'alleged ct Yi'O Poorer case trom Cobourg was reused -bj ilia committee afUv. a ki'gnt> and spirited discussion. Thp opposition to the bH! was ted by Messrs. Boj'cc ana Uoj s end Dr. Sleclo, of SGiiili J'crlh. There bas lipon a good deal ol criticism this session by members of the private bills committee regarding these d> vcrcc bHLs over frgm He Senate, a number of the ir.tmbefa feeling that v-hllo the Senate committee on di- vorce chief TeajionElbUSij in ibe mailer of bearjnff evidence, etc., yet the- Commons committee is under ItiR gallon of seeing ttatt no di- vorce bill Is granted .without Absolute proof of the offence charged. tlons point to treatcr being ev- erclsed by Uio com pi It tea in the future. J.-.NOT MAKE BUSINESS SUC- 1-iEED 18 NOT REGARDED AS AN IMPUTATION "London, May lite trial rcfifcrdav of Mr. Cecil Chesterton, who is accused of uttcring-u criminal Ifhel against 31 r. (Jmlirry Isaat-l, managing director of thr Maiconi Cfltnwtrjjr, the latlor on the witness Bland said he had been A 'director in 20 companies. Counsel for de- then, asked '.'Can pomt lo one success ex-j cff'l Marconi in liic whole VaU hnt! only been out anil nrounit a short (Imc from tho cD'ccts'of a attack of acute ali.l It it !o horetl tha( Tie has a sjirctly recovery. J. G. MiiUitie, travolling in- FpfClor. fpenl Tucbtl.iy nnJ Wednes- day In looking the projoflllon with the local inspector, lie reports that it visnrous caii.ixJsii is lo be ilnriiiK Ir.c lomlnp sea- A rjrrat dr.il of K0rr> is being cans- cil (o the fnrmfri 1y ivork of the cntnorni north of They nrc (loin? mticb ihmag'1 ninl arc In other patls. Tho K.inlens are es- pc-daliy pnffciinf; nml fannerd nro nv.are th.ll some strenuous erfortA must ho made (o clitck the i.est. PREMIER NOT SURE OF LEGISLA- TION HE WILL PRESENT TO HOUSE DISTRICT NEWS NEWS l-'KOM 1-1 Oltana, pal. It is about definitely settled -in the CoinmoaP lijii uioniiDg thai Hon. 7'. tier's in regard lo parcels rcatj pilll not be proceeded with nt Eessiou. Sir WiKrJri Lauricr n Iho iirlino rniuislcr lo liic h an idea of business vrou.d hej proceeded with. j Tn ifcn cmirsc of rfply. the Premier nndcrncoil th.it llox L V. VoHetier has a to go on with tht ltgk- Inlion. thai it r.as Jiot ro. fiardcd as by the OIIJJDS'- Hon. Hou. Ilodolphc said that [he hnd exaniiucd'ihe tilt, but H wat Tory Incomplete. U tonUins no lie- as lo routes, zones or rates. proposing lo take ,il! HIP powor to Mr, rernfuiix sjld lie wcs In of the princijile of parcel but thrs bill In its proaem form was crrlaluly Mr. Iiordcn altl he innlie a statement Ifilor as Ip what the government intends 1 to do In regard to tlie Mil to fiicre.-iFb I Ilin tnir.itcr of Fcnatora for Thf olhrr bills on or- llons from Rfr WllMt) Unricr dcr r, Mr. Itorden fald. inprc'not of a M.ry conivoversa] tl.iraclcr. hut lip would hi? glnd to ricclve tloiiR from Str Wilfrid Muric One-Four, May 16. South-; lias front Medicine Hal and is busy making ments on liis homrstcad. Constable J, S Jar man lias suc- ceeded Sergeant Harper, of the K-X- U'.M I1-, at tl-c Wild lloibo Station, the tatter having been transferred to an ii.ipartani post In the far north. fjforgc Hull n.d filler Tonk are North farmers looking ovvr hr.tl .1 to settling in. Alberta. Ihcj 1-i is the- best (hey Recn. Tliornas Wefhercll tn.J Joseph Sipc with tl.eir families have arrived from Ihmscilh, P and arc quartered with James Uethcrclt: They have brought their household goods, hors- es, t and faninns; outfit, and lake land in I-i and settle donn. The Pace Creek post office m J-2 open for Iiusir.pFS June 1st, and Ole I'oca ttili t through frnm Coiiirrr v.fi> of Ojic-Kour. Mail "ilf arrnc at One-Four as us'ial on r.nntinup on to Sage Creek and return Salurriaj'. are inlonncrl Jnat aji grading liac commeTiteil work on the C. P K. I.rtriniirige-Wrvhurji line 30 m'lrs enst of good to us. -Jnmcs Marshal! finished see-ling hig tract fn Soetmn 3X M. Duncan left Fot New Da) ion this morning to bring in a load n[ suppHps and household goods for his new home on 27. Mrs. James has the rm- cr ot having killed the first rattle- snake of the season. Oc3. H. and p. U. Oreeno with their fatniltest arrived Sunday from New Dayton, and settled on the homesteads. They had fac.uy loads and a week making tlie 100-mile trip over bad roads. i So cliildrcn come to 1-1 this spring that the- question of a school t has become a-lcadrr.g topic among the of families. FOU FEVBKfSH COLDS TO CURE A COLD III ONE DAY Through nil tlie I1110MO Quinine rtth' Sober Second Thoughts with momorles Ilmssisls inotiVy'lti rvo it to Cure K V.'. GI'.OVE'sl up tlic li-Hcrs vihlcli ergtiaiuro on tacb box. I did not send, NERVINE POWDERS Tir Hi 5- If-yo'jr (ieilcr caunoi auppjy you. Ilia J. Ij Jialhlcu Co, Bhcrbrooke, p. Q. tends bai pojttald era rocsipt o( SWEET VALLliY Siseoi Valley, May Bain lias received word thai his mother died on tho 7th, shortiy afler his return home. Although she was not expected to gel well it was not thought the end Mas ao r.eart and his to visit her as more comfort than no.v. Mr, and Jfra. Gaiitl, report tho ar- rival of a h.iby gtrl. Several'Sweet "Valley residents at- tended the dance at Rosemead on the 23rd aiid report a plensatit evening. A. large the picnic at the Burdock school on Ev- ery district in the locality wns repre- sented. A Inll game was {.ilaycd twcen Sweet Valley Unmet la teams uhtch tfas interesting and cnrt- eJ 6 to S in of Sweet Valley. An- other game was cftUcd bpttveen City and Uroota. b'it wna not nl cd largel) as everyone ivlphed Eo aec and take part In-lho rates. The Lacks' AJd o( the nr-lslibormtj votixn ramc ward and hugged antt kiisci them. Mrs. mother o( the rescued thanked the bojg. Mr. Lewis commcndcri tht hoys for their bravery In the face ol say- ing tlipy arc cnliilcd to more Tilling recognition, Jolinny 'sitmncr, ulio replied for liinself and his brother, said they did not tfo anything more than" other oys would clo under similar circum- stances, lie then told tho itoty o! f accident anil rescue. ''My brother and 1 were playing on y ice some distance ho said, v.c heard cries. We look- ed up the river a boy in the water, holding to the Ice, and cry- ng ior help. We ran lo where he vas and saw it was our chum.' <-C was bartly broken. fH.tf we had a ol of hard work, hiit got Ross on the Ice. took him homo and .hen went to our 'own home. don't know who told ffeo lad ins of the institute about uliat happen- ed, Uiey heard of it and fixed up Jic concert lo give us the medals, are glad we saved Koss." KAMLOOPS IN LUCK Kfunloops, B.C., May mentary eallniates give- Kamloopa 0 towards a new drill lialJ, which 'Tritli'iite will cost about )QO. Previous eBtimates the city u-RTds Koiernment buildings hich, it is understood, be In- to abo.it .Thlg build- ing will be used for a rosl office, and will also contain offices lor Ihs Do- minion lands department, Indian de- partment. Forestry detriment, Cus- loms and Inland Revenue department, and tho Timber department. ETRTNK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The OfllllNE. treatment tor tha Drink Habit can lie used abso- lute coafideaco. It tle-stroys All tloairs (or whiskey, bw'r or other sllmulftnt3. Tiio'usandS hnto-sttctess- fully user! It and bsen restored lo lives ot sobriety and uacfulneas. Can siren secretly. Costs only per box. It-you fall (o get rosultj from oniilNK alter (rial, your money will fce refunded. AeV foi freo tjooklot telling all atonC Red Cross Dnis ftook Store, LUL, Aeailia block. j ;