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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday. .November I" the Girl Who Lives Alone whether she attends college or goes to business, needs Perfection Oil Heater. It. will heat a cold: cheefle' boarding bouse or dormitory room arid mate it livapie. is always a ready help in the many things women do for themselves in their rooms. With the damper top opened it will heat water for tea or cocoa; it will dry the small articles that a woman prefers to wash herself in her own room. It will quickly heat an iron or curling tongs; quickly dry wet shoes on ever ready help for the woman who lives alone, depend- ent on her own resources. The onoftefctt odoritm is invaluable in its capacity of quickly giving ben. It JO! burn nine hours with one filling. It is safe, smokeless tad odorless, cannot become wedged and. can be unscrewed In an InsSor Finished in japan or nfcld, strong, durable, well- bailt for service, and yet light and ornamental, ycm; sttifsxy FIGHT WITH LIQUOR MEN Government Agent Kaid Saloons Across the Border Bemidji, Minn., Nov. an ex- pedition today against two saloons of tnis town which had ignored the gov- ernment's order to close, agents, of the Indian bureau faced a shotgun in the nands of one of the liquor men who a moment before had struck Agent Ma- tulys on. the head, knocked him from a platform -with a broken -beer 'bottle, innicting a deep gash in his head. The agents pulled their guns and proceed- ed with the destruction of liquor which in the two places was valued at sev- eral hundred dollars. Agent Brentz in charge of a squad have gone to Park JKapids, presumably on another 'smash- ing' expedition. At Bagley, county seat of Clearwater, three deputies con- fiscated every drop of liquor kept, dropped it in the street, and emptied it in toe snow. Sixryvkcre. If not ci ycm; eacnptat arater WILL TRY FALLS IN TUB Bristol, England, Man to Take Trip Over Niagara CARTER WILL BE SUPERSEDED RICH, BUT REFUSES TO PAY WIFE'S BILLS wttsDurg, Pa., Nov. War- ner, a millionaire, is notifying Pitts- Durg merchants that lie will no longer responsible for his wife's bills, and Fittsfturg is expecting interesting de- velopments, as the Warners are rul- ers In the exclusive North' Highland avenue set. The notice informing merchants of tne trouble in the Warner family was mailed from the office of .Warner's at- torney, for publication in the papers, Professor Stephens, the Bristol aer-1 and is coldly formal. Mr. Warner, oaaut, has decided to shoot the Ni-! nowever, discussed the matter at agara rapids ina -tub. next May. .The' lenstn. revealing perhaps the most if a rich MEMORIAL SERVICE AT TABER Taber, Nov. shadow was cast over the town when It became known yesterday that the Rev. D.. Jones had passed.1 away. Mr, Jones was rector of St. Theodore's church here for over three years, leaving for Strat-hcona only three months ago. Whilst here i he made many friends, and by his tus. Proiessor Stephens stated That buy Wiseiy. There was a year when he no especial danger in thefeaL. j mv busineSs netlea me but it Tho T.th -w-iTI Trinrw1 nrps- i apparent yet the husband, not ;be- perionned the feat many years ago, lueving that his wife has the true idea After exhaustive inquiries, however, [Of worth of money. was experienced in obtaining details j131311 of i.Tip tub in sn intrepid. Isdv7 -t-Tlrt T TTflQTP O f Filial Count Gives Mon- tana to The De- crats Helena, Mont., Nov. Thomas H. Carter, republican, will be succeeded in tbe next federal senate by a demo- crat. The official canvass was com- pleted today, and resulted in a net democratic gain of two members, one each in-tae house and senate. Here- tofore th'ese had been claimed by the republicans on unofficial returns. The counting was completed today in this, Silver Bow and Granite coun- ties, with the net result indicated. The trouble at Buite -was amicably settled, the sheriff, serving in lieu of one of the commissioners who had gone to Chicago. There are three candidates for the senate as Carter's successor, T. J. a -wealthy lawyer; W. G. Con- rad. a millionaire banker and mlninj man of Helena, and supposedly W. A. the Butte mining magnate. The legislature now stands 52 democrats and 50 republicans. The only repub- lican hope now rests upon the Silver JBow contest. Canvass tn Silver Bow Butte, Mont., Nov. 1G. The -result of the official canvass of the vote 'in Silver Bow county, where footh the democrats and the republicans claim- ed victory, was announced this after- noon. The democratic candidate for state senator, and II democratic re- presentatives were elected to the leg- islature. The republicans elected one representative from the county, Harry K.. Stevens. The official returns give the demo- crats all hut four on tie county ticket. The republicans elected a sup- ools, a commission- Professor Stephens. obtained the i Carnage she has. too expen.- "Stnce had oarte Messrs. Larway and Co.'s cooperage. joar Ashton Gate, will co-operate in the Diancne in. all stores of the old world, making of the tub and other appara- las well as America, but she does not The tub will be made 'to resist xirae, and he had no more fear of tions than in undertaking a parachut descent. He ha_s accomplished many Oi these. A cmematograph vUl oe the ori tbe "kk? commence-1 Brisfolian cubic feet per Qf and sympathy won the love oi all with wlioin he came in contaet. TMs morning at 10 o'clock a mem- orial service was held, in. St. Theo- dore's church, conducted by the rec- tor, Rev. A. Ransom, who in the course of a touching address, said lhat ntemories of kindly acts and sym Conger jn_ ment and ending of. tae journey, QJ XiiCSS vuoJJ- u.u i- anv of those. acoisveniejits which nidi strive after. The service "was largely .attended, and a number of the mem- bers of Taber .Lodge 2s o. 25 L 0. 0. F-, of which Mr. Jones was also a member, were present in a body. Mr. Gordon Ridley left on the Flyer this morning for Ontario, with the body of his brother, Ivan, who died yesterday in the Lethbridge hospital. Mr. Ridley has the sympathy of his many districts in Taber and district. Frank Pearson, aged 12, was play- ing yesterday with some matches and loaded shells, and as a result- is in serious danger oi losing one eye. Mrs. Pearson has only just come to reside ia Taber, from Manitoba, and was dawn town, when the accident occur- red- T. The opening session of tne Knox clmrch Literary Society took place on Mocday night, when a good company listened to a select programme which augurs well for the success of this winter's sessions. Frank G-erber, who lias been living in Utah for t-he past two years, has been renewing old acquaintances in town this week. Mr. Gerber express- ed great surprise at the growth the town- yet Slie Injsts tnat it must be so. "While admitting shooting the rapids under those Condi- I am rich I don't care to .pay for aresse's and hundreds of dollars i'or -Her vacation tastes are also too ex- _ and pensile tor me. borne time ago I ar- bv ranged for nar vacation m one of- the on lakes arranged it (mean L gtyle a man oH in Many school children suffer from and at low stage. TheltMs world-s goods. Mv wife, however, tub will be weignted and provided with an oxygen- apparatus, and all de- tails have beta, carefully considered. SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE BEING WASHED London County Council Decides That Little Ones at School Must Be Clean LGIidon, Nov. 16. The London coun iv council is preparing to increase the multitude of motherly duties already assamed. To this end it is arranging lor rhe municipal washing of all child- ren who go to school with dirty faces and necks. As it cannot undertake all this laun- drylng process itself, its members are arranging terms "with most of the bor- ough councils to clean the -children and send them back to school puri- fied. The -borough of Kensington, as a re- sult. is preparing to spend several t there, and arranged to spend just tnree times as much per week as I had thougnt she should. This made me angry, can certainly never agree on the question of finances. I nave agreed to allow her year- ly, but she cannot live on Mrs. Warner is one of the famous Uimiotti lamily of Pittsburg, and her wedding twelve years aso was 'the social event of the years. The couple have three -children. Mrs Warner is a member of most of the best women's clubs of Pittsburg, and Mr. Warner has be'en considered one of the most liberal spenders in the city. thousands of pounds on more public baths. constipation, which is often the cause ln camberwell. however, the new of seeming stupidity at lessons Cham- idea has been in pracdce f some berlain's Stomach and Liver Taolets j are an ideal medicine to give a child, for they are mild and gentle in their time, and the council of that -borough LIST IS GROWING Winnipeg, Man., Nov. to- tal of subscriptions to the Y. M. C. A. fund had reached at one o'clock today. The balance of 00 is still to be raised before midnight on Tuesday next. Today's list inclucb ed one subscription of and sev- eral of The C. X. R. will next year put on has just sent in a bill to the London j another daily passenger train between effect, and will cure even chronic con- j-county council for laundrying and j Edmonton and Sold by all druggists. i-brusliing up 3.905 little ones. jdown running time. and cut Good Cooking is a simple matter if you have a "Happy Thought. There is no doubt sbou: it. you follow directions with or- dinary care and use a. HAPPY THOUGHT you will set sood re- sults every- time. It would seem Cfrom the 71 umber of great Improvements have become a par; of instance, there is the re- inforced oven; the reservoir damper, by means of which you cavi boil water any time in the reservoir; the patented oven which controls the dis- tribution of the heat: the scien- tifically-proportioned firebox: accurately sized range the light, flaky, golden-crusted biscuits that "he" likes, and the juiciest and crispest of meat roasts, if you choose the HAPPY THOUGHT for your assistant. If you have had coolclng- fail- ures in the past, madam, you'll, wipe their memory out in than a month, Jf you make the HAPPY THOUGHT) that It prove the greatest help JOT the bearinner in housekeep- ing. And if a beginner can cook successfully on the HAPPY THOUGHT, madam, you can realize hoiy easy It would be for an experienced housekeeper like yourself. so are patented features to be found only m the HAPPY THOUGHT range. When the HAPPY THOUGHT comes into your kitchen, cook- ing troubles fly out the door. You can bake the daintiest and sweetest cookies, the light- est and most delicious cake. your estove the HAPPY THOUGHT. Ask your friend who has one else call on the local deal- er and have him tell you about the HAPPY THOUGHT. He'll be glad to give you the informa- tion without considering you un- dfcr any obligation to buy. The William Stick Stove Company, Limited, Braniford. GEO. H. er and a coroner. MARGARET ANGLIN IS SERIOUSLY ILL Noted Canadian Actress in a Rundown Nervous Condition New Yort, Nov. World, in a special this morning from Chicago, says that Margaret Anglin, of Toron- to, the distinguished Canadian actress, daughter of a former Speaker of the Ottawa House of Commons, and sister of Judge Anglin, has lost her voice, is in a retreat at Glencoe.. near Chicago, and may never act again. The report goes on to say: Dr. ,G. iWhitfield, who is in attendance on Miss Anglin, is reported as say- ing: "Miss condition is very grave, indeed. Her vocal chords are in a frightful condition. In ail my ex- perience I nave never seen a case where the nose and vocal organs have become tn such a -dreadful state. An operation will be necessary, but'this cannot 'he performed at. the immed- iate present, for she is in too nervous and rundown a condition. "I have ordered that not even her most intimate friends 'be- allowed to see her. The operation may possibly performed Thursday or Friday of tnis week." Margaret Anglin at present, is 'the star in "The Awakening Ritchie." of Helena OFFICIAL TRANSFERRED FROM SWEET GRASS Coutts, Nov. S. Gordon, in the office of the United States collect- or of customs for the port of Sweer Grass, departed Saturday for East- port, Idaho, where he has been trans- ferred to a similar position on the "line." He will return, to Sweet Grass in the course of fwo- weeks for his family, and will then become a per- manent resident of Eastport It is with great regret that -the friends of Mr. Gordon and family see them de- part from this place. Mr. Gordon has for many years -been connected with affairs in Teton Mont., and has been an important factor in the upbuilding of the county. For several years he was a resident of Choteau, and served two terms as county treas- urer for Teton county. His popularity hag been an object for comment where ever he has lived. The family have re- sided in Sweet Grass for over two years, and will withdraw from the school of this place their two oldest children, Edgar and Helen. The trans- fer (lofts not come -Ss s. to friends here as Mr. Gordon has "been at Eastport a good share of the sum- mer, and has anticipated the complete cnange for several weeks. Tke Home Furnishers 324 6th Street S. Japanese Bamboo Chairs and Tables, Quaint Taborttes The most perfect "blending of -col- ors ever displayed in Jute. and Fibre Engs of all sizes. handsome screens in -various- colors and designs. Well worth while -to- inspect these beautiful goods before, they are all gone. They make as, useful presents. IV DISTRICT NEWS KIPP NEWS a number are waiting around the depot this morn- ing to hear where the station is go- ing .to be. It is rumored that it will be settled today. Mr. Hartsman, -our station showed his strength to a few visitors by lilting a 200-Ib. sack 01 flour by one hand. Turner has finished, his new d-welling; house on the farm. Harry Fuller is' going down cast this winter to visit his friends. J. H. Watson was visiting friends at Diamond City last Friday. We hear that a hotel is be built on the C.P.R. townsite before th-e end of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Phillippi are go- ing; to Frank on a- business trip. CRANBROOK BREVITIES Cranbrook, Nov. post office j has been removed from Rawoi-th Bros. building'to the new; .building further down on Baker street. The delegates to the Conservative convention at Nelson on the 17th left today. .Born, at Cranbrook, Tuesday, Nov. loth, to Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Stinson, a son. ford's sermon on "The six foot man" was much appreciated. H. A. Suggitt was a Calgary visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, B.: S. Pawson left Sat- urday morning .for a two months' visit in Delavan, 111. Mrs. J. H. Pellafs was a guest of Mrs. T. B. Dunham in Lethbridge on Tuesday. The many friends of Mr. Showers are glad "to hear that he is recovering nicely from h'is recent operation for appendicitis at the Gait hospital. Thomas Paulson has recently ship- ped a -car load of live stock, imple- ments and household goods to Milk Kiver. Polinkas Bros, are moving a "car load of effects to their homesteads near Bow Island. MACLEOD BUDGET Macleod, Nov. and Mrs. PICTURE v FRAMING Large assortment of the newest designs in Mouldings. WORK GUARANTEED GEO. BEATON Cement House, Glyn Street, Opposite Sherlock Bldg. Glare qnlckly stops, couiha, cures heats the throat and lundi 23 cents. Ball to be given in the town hall here t.y the Macleod Cricket Club next Friday night. A large crowd and good time is expected. Foden -was in Macleod on Mon- day in the interests of th-e Orangr- C. H. Sherwood-left for Medicine Hat I m-en's .Lodge, and left here for Taber. yesterdav where they -will in future Vic intends- organizing a lodge. The offices of the chief of police and the police magistrate have teen re- moved to the government 'building. R. S. Garrett, editor of tht Daily Entertainer, returned yesterday from a trip to Watrous, Sask. He was ac- companied by his sister, Miss Olive Garrett, of Moose Jaw. some Fouen was at one-time a r'esi- offioe dent oi Macleod. at the C-P.R- depot here, and has j At a meeting of tire Macleod Agri- made many friends wha were sorry to t cultural Society on .Saturday it was reside. Mr. Sherw-ood has for time been in the -despatcher's see him leave. The "Joshua Simpkins" Co. gavs their performance in the town hall last night to a crowded house. The play proved very tame -and the after- concert "which -was given was the best part of the programme. William Flemming and family left for West Toronto Wednesday, -where (Mr. Flemming intends, going into busi- ness, -For about iour years he has conducted the Star Barber Shop in Macleod, which he has recently sold. The contractors are making great COALDALE Theodore Dyke is visiting relatives in Boston, Mass. Mrs. Alfred Haley and Miss Ethel Byers attended a concert in Raymond on Saturday evening. headway on the Mathews-McNeill were -guests of Rev. W. B. Mitford on Friday and Saturday. A party of Lethbridge young people were guests of Messrs. Caloreu over Sunday. Block here, the brickwork having been completed past the first storey and the iron work for the second floor is now being-laid. Billy Bryan, of Macleod, was lucky enough to secure the Player Piano in the Calgary Albertan contest, Mr. Bryan is at present in Fernie. B.C. George Ferguson, of the Macleod Supply Co., who had his foot cut in a barbed wire fence, while riding on Thanksgiving Day, is again aile to be at work. Aird, Superintendent of the Western Branches of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, paid the Macleod decided to hold a Spring Horse Show which will be hel-d uuder the auspices of the Agricultural Society. Several committees -were appointed--which will report to the Society at some future date when they.will arrange for the show definitelv. CARDSTON I From the Star) The A. R. L are making arrange- ments to install electric lights along the platform at the station. An en- gine shed is also 'being erected. ,A rather _, novel transaction took place here on Wednesday, when Messrs. Mark Soencer and A. M. Hep- pier purchased from E. N, Barker a sis: nundred acre farm in Southern, Georgia. ,U- S. A, The price paid for the land was fifty cents per acre. Neither of the purchasers have ever oeen wltnm three thousand mites of the property, but as Andy says: "I wouldn't mind buying the Gulf of Mex- ico at that price." The owners will go south this coming summer and put Ja a crop of cotton. It is stated that tliey branch a visit today. Every one interested in dancing is Sunday evening service. Rev. Hit-1 looking forward to the Fancy Dress aisposal or tneir first season's output. There was a large attendance at the nave already been, approached for tha KILLED HIS WIFE North Dakota Woman Victim of Shoot ing Accident at Belcourt Rolland, N. D., Nov. Gor- don, a farmer of Belcourt, killed his wife accidentally while attempting to shoot a chicken, the entire charge en- tering her head, and mutilating her features in a horrible manner, causing instant death. Gordon and his wife were in the yard at their home, Mrs. Gordon a few yards ahead of him. He was carrying the gun under his arm, and when about to raise it the trigger caught in some portion of his clothing and the charge exploded. The hus- band is almost crazed ever the afr JWr. HOW ZA PERMANENT hands were e had to gloves day 3. he could never, cured. tried for cure Jn vain. 5. Then he tried ZAM-BUK. 6. ZAM-BUK cur- him. years after his cure, he "I AM STILL has been ino sxidrsss. s TTsj. 0.110. is -willing to satisty any enquirer as to the genuineness of his cure. He suffered 25 years from eczema in the hands and had to gloves day and night, the itching was so terrible -when the air got to the eores. Doctors said there was no cure. Three years ago Zam-Buk cured him. Interviewed a few weeks ago he "From the day I was cured by Zam-Buk to the present moment I have had no trace of the eczema and feel sure it will never return. When I think of the marvellous care Zam- Buk -worked in my case I am more and more impressed by the value of this great household balm. I hare had letters of enquiry from all over Canada, and am glad to personally corroborate published facta of my cure." It la V wortiag cures I2ca this that won lor itself a world- wide reputation. Unequalled (or kbscettis, piles, blood-poison, Inflamwl cold 'chipped Viknds, efuptioni, vlaen, cuts, ttc.. All drug- gists und (stores a.t 60c box, or Zwn- Bok Co., Toronto, lor price. Send thk oeapon and lc to Zfttn-Buk Co., Toronto, for Mention thin paper. IS IT YOUR-HQME? ;