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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TI1K LKTIIBKTnCE D.ULV Siil unlay. pen-Angle Union Suits Do Delight .00 Who Wear Them You will feel so comfortably clad in -your first Pen-Angle Union.Suit the under- wear that fits and does; not lose its shape, q Nor has the wasltftib any terrors for this knit-to-fit and warranted-not-to-shnnk un- derwear- It represents the best invest- ment in intimate garments .your money can find 4For it retains to the end the quality that makes it sell in the first place and that is more than you can say. ot ordinary underwear that has been costing yon the same price. flYou will be satisfied with 7-1 VICTOR H Wonid you like lo'TIwii; Own a Yh-ti-ota allil hear, the beautiful ,or un niter'favorite- minllwi' froni "UTiovatore" in your own Him Voti are wok-onie to lirar or all of these at MASON Dominion Bld'g WIFE MAY LIE TO HUSBAND V PROVOCATION ,s cRE mitt tta.OOO on her of otitliv- Mi's. 1 So Kansas City Court Decide in Case j examination by of Woman Who Kspt Dimmitt. not knowing the n-.i- Legacy a Secret anti nnt believing his wife's ill I health plea, was angry. The uuarrel Kansas City. Mo., Oct. "pro-! to The court awarded oration is great" and lo the mother, who said she end lo moral justification." -.1 husband about th? my lie to her husband, tile Kansas j Illonyv. "for ;-eal- he would spend ity Court of Appeals -dec.hied today; 31ll. C0uerteij the SSS.tlOO. i the case of .Mrs. Carrie Dimniitl. lenroe Mo who sued her husband.! SELBY WALKER RECOVERING James J. Di'mniitt. a merchani, forj Calgary. Oct. Selby the custody of their ehiiii. Walker, who was badly injured by Mrs. IJiminiu. several months failing over a precipice during the an- Ml heir to by an uncle.; nual eiicampnrent of the Alpine chtb. She (lid not tell her iiHsband. The !s reported lo be slowly recovering rnonrv was .0 he iicld in trust hy an- from his injuries. AM.oiigh -no bones other kinsman unrinp: his life. An in-i were Mr. V, alter was badly surance company learned the he- injured, and it will be some. be- mid offered 10 lend Mrs. Dim-i fore he is uhle to be around aS..ln. GIRL'S HAT The newest styles show dimunition the head size, wliich has become perative with the new styles of hair] dressing. The brims are either very large or very small. The largest hats will display flat brims. In many I Instances the trimming Will Consist j of a single flower, or one lorjg willow plume which droops from under-1 neath the brim in quaint imitation of the cavaliers of old. 3RING FAfflllE SPLENDID WORK OF IMPERIAL! HOME REUNION ASEOCIA- T10N AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Oct. Slity-11'1'" fiim'i ,ilies. consisting of' -oil, women; 'I and children', were brought'to Edmon-l Mon by' the Imncrial Home Heunion: association during the mouths.! 'i It is offlclallv aniioiim by -I'. T. I Fisher, secretary ot the organization, I who occupies similar posts, with ilia Board of Trade, the Central Alberta Development League and (lie F.dnnui- toii Wholesale Merchants' association, i Hint in no instance has there her-., a failure on Ihe part of those directly benefited to repay ih" "'.otiey aiKan-.-- ed. Ten ihdnsanrt dollars was hand- led (liirins the last year. The oriianusiion has no fixed ex- pense those iuemih'ed with it giving; thei'r'time without pay. The capital; is 510.000. guaranteed by forty Imsi-j r.essmon of Kdmonlon signing ofl the bonds of the association, is actual cash outlay re.iuired from these mon'who so boiKl or who; voluntarily interest Ihemselvea in the; work of the association. Primarily, the aasc-lation is not a- charitable. As the manj i n-hiis'- iiunilies are brought lo Ed- j inoniou represent nearly every line] j tit endeavor it is felt Ihe ilir-reasc in puptllalion and th_c; (irHcr condh lion of the. iiicii.wheii'-Jsiin-oun.leil -by his family rcliei-tj dffetfly up'in thn biisinenE "of the .men vh.n i have inlercsied themselves in Ibis i movement derive a direct benclit. On (hi- s'.rcnstll ot Ihe guarantee. ihn bun-is advance the fund so thai in the present history of thi> association, none of the has been forfollcf.. Tiie nork has iu'owil 10 such an ex- tent. Mr. said, that the adyis- hoard Kill reipiin- a l.ireni- work- in" capital 10 a'ivar.ce nioitey to men .vl'.o have come lo Edmonton, and arc j in a position to mate paymi'lils at certain periods, ihonsh unalile at the i lime to tiiinncc the Iralisportatiiin of i llieir families. OMNIBUS GARS' ME THEf INNERS t 'i CHEAP FARES REVOLUTIONIZING TRAFFIC CONDITIONS IN OLD LONDON Cheaii fines and Ihe In- elusion in il.s account of the cost of sireol widening Inflate Ihe worklns eMionses of ihe I.. C. C. iramways. lint ihe official ficuros disclose u> eSam- inaiion tlint substantial droji in passenger receipts has occurred tins year. In the tweiity-liiree wcelis wlilch ended on Sept. 1 the receipts declined I'.15.01111. Over the whole of tho sev- en train-way systems of London ami Creillcr London {here has heen a de- cline during the. six iiionlhs of The Loililon (ieiu-ral Omnibus Cumpa'uy. on (hi-.'other hand, shows aii increase cf in Hie eleven niunilis. whicli ended on Sept. while tile National Steam Car t'uni in forty-four weeks has nii'i't tiliin doubled its are above the same period last year. The tramway receipts whatever liind of promotion have fallen with ihe advent of motcr 'buses. Since .Ian. 1 Hie receipts of the London I'nited Co. declined, compared with those of the same period 'of by over The return shows n fall ot .'JS70 in one week. The mini- her of mold' 'buses in the streets in- creases witli every month. In the northern suburbs. Ihe Metro- jolltjll I lull i. cmpnin whicli leas- es its lines from the Middlesex County louiuil ni t-- ll t i turn, for the (Mil n liu, I I Us the same dllt I he oio in the t el; is ?LiMO. I in 1 list vsceJ it i the only 'rom- svstem in London or Creator I.otidnn sliov.-ins an on ihc leieipt for 11 tnrty-six wecbs of tlie year. Of course, tile London County Conu- ul mi i-, fin uiii'h irons, for ihe Council has invested out. of receipts close on a million uoiinds ill Hind'. 11 1 hi-. Illl I nfi er uvo i ill mil ot th ionl sum ot M ml" spent on the tramways. It" has. tp be ndded that the number of pi cirrifd I, s not declin- ed to the extent that the would stissost. in-llay this your, forjl inElar.ce. were curried, as against -JO.li-.l'-1-.-- Of (lie seven lion-don tramwnys. one shows till increase on tho tak- ings of its financial .Metro- politan. decline in oilier cases! is: Londbn United? I-M'.l'J' West, p Ham 'Corporation.- Ilford Council. Walthamsiow. -Efi'.n: Fast Ham. The part of the fi- nancial year involved embraces from twenty-1-.vo1 to: thirty-six weeks, ami the .National Steam'Company in forty- four, allow respectively increases of Jl'i no wouJer Maple Buds good, and it's no wonder mollicrs every, where are cilcouraeiinf llie liffle to spend llieir pennies lor lliem. Maple1 Buds are nolliiug lltan llie best of chocolate.' puro niilk and lite doctor would recommend to-build up a sickly child. The mosl delicate child can dieesl them. flavor of Maple Bads is entirely, due me of chocolate. The fine velvety texture; comes 'from and siinding ihiough innumerable sled .tolletv They're Not MAPLE BUDS Unless They're COWAN'S ii' ft'' (loli'liliul Letiibridge Heat Mat J. MURPHY, PROP. Majestic Theatre, Phone 635 7- ''ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR If is poor policy lo imrcliiisc low o-riido flour. Only (lour like this thai i-an relied on lo give all those ileliclous qualities to your .bnklns Hint makes.'honaekeepiiis a success anil a "Joy." Use it once and you will use it for good. START TODAY EHison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH anil anil on rei-eiiiis of It looks as though the receipt-: on the Trillion County Council cars forty-eight will be more Ulan a free trailers. Arnold pointed chairman in an endeavor to keep the body free Irom party cal bias. iintirtei- of a million pounds less thai: t'hoa- on the l.oiulon General Omni- bus .Company's vehicles tor the pamo period. 'What proportion, however, of the taken hy the ilon Heil'.-ral Omnibus Company repre- sents profit caniu7t.be known until tho actual expenses have heen Bttt.it is sianifi-aut that in two years the company have rednr.od espeuseF, liy per While "i the same period l.ot'iion t County (Vtim-il have Tetlueed the'l'S by abatll a half-1 penny per i-ar mile. LOOK OUT MR. GREEN Ottawa, Dim-sou Hoard of Trade has forwarded to Uie. lit. lion, 11. T-. Borden. a petition, re- coinmeiidiiiK the nieniber fur the Yu- kon Territory, Ur. Thompson, for Cab- inel honors. FIRST POPULIST SENATOR DEAD Topeka, Kan., Oct. A. Puffer. in the I'nited Slates Senate by the first Populist legisla- ture ot Kansas, died of apopli-xy at Gr.'iioia. 'Kin. early today, aited 81 He'j had' from shock follmvinVthe amiint-aliou a leg. Senior Pelfer was elected to the Hen- ale in I and served six years. Former Senator W. A. I'effer ivas a Peniit-ylvanii'.n liy birth. At th gan the practice of law In Tennessee, hate-r he moved to Kansas, where he established the F-redonia Journal and the t'offeyville Journal. He also Milled the Kansas Farmer. Ho was elected to the Senate by the People's parly in ISDI-'OT. In 189S he was candidate for governor on the !'rt> hlbition ticliet. BRICKLAYERS' FATAL FALL Vancouver, Oct. 11. William Jones, hrieUnuison. fell from a scaffolding 1'iii'ii by Dirtn. .-u tae begun tearflins, working morning. sirllil.iK on his head. farms in Indiana and Illinois il'nrln ihe summers. He was a private ir, the S.-'.rd Illinois Infantry, i" anil rereivins injuries from which ho. riled this evening. Ue was 35 years 5 he lie-! old and married. IMPERIAL TRADE MEETS .____. AUSTRALIAN .DELEGATES VIEWS A3 TO .CENTRAL EMI- I ORATION OFrlCES CALGARY IS HARD UP good "PRY'S'.M-.VLTKl) CMX'OA" (he sircnjilli I'or iiivnlids. Trade Supplied By J. S. FRY SONS, LIMITED. CALGARY. li.--l'nlfsK ilu' r'it otiur million 'Inllsii-F.' lou >'il hybws. ;is rpt-ominvnt i-il Ijy tin- cnnnnitl.'c in' '.City tc-.lay. all nniilio works i he for lilt- KOilsmi. A i similar loan nf SI.SIIH.OIH1 mnikl j tho rily rrociitly liy tlio Hank of Mon-l trcal. London. Oct. today I hefoiv ihe Imperial'-Trade Commission on whirai Canada's is I lion. K. Fosti-r, the Nrw Zealand j rcprt-scntatives expressed themselves j Us a neutral sovurnnleiit j i colonial emigration. iliider dtrertion of "the Imperial governim-nt nnri of tUf ColouiHl of- Mice bin ivhethcr it'shou'.d be an lirely umv departmcrc or there-should in- a reconstrui-tiuii and eminraiiia' infonnnj'.on ollice -as i prop.'lt-cd by ihe ot. that j i orsaniotion, the wituepsi-s '.vi-re nm I i all to comiilli-lliemselve3.Tllc Ceneral of Victoria was-' em-1 pliatlc thai if such a lieiiavfmeni were, i-i-fiited it should be solely under con- trol of'ihe home i and Ihe have mil part'or vole- ill Ihe r.iai'tcr. It include Ca-itatla. Alii- irnlia. New and nonin n ca, liavinii a practical knowledge of conditions existing in these do'.nin- i ions so far 'as immir.i-ittion was con- Tin. of eunsra- --ociilics also came up. one i lic'ss being of tlw unini'o-.i (hat indiv- 1 idnals a< well as societies actiilL- as emipralic.n nsents and acccplins fees nlinnld licer.'scd. Lewis llarcourt. Colonial secretary Talks By Housekeeper No. -1 Subject More Important Features "You may buy a 'Kootenay range as I did without a Ueservo.r. then-Decide vou win', ons. Well, cull on the McUary dealer and have one pent s a place provided for.it on the only put.my Reservoir on in a 'jiliy- i :Bteel Range i lias a Drop Ovfn makes "helf for sliding things into the Oven. The of' the 'floor clamps Oven it open a little bit if you desire lo cool it. you can depend on it and hot. IIic''i Warmine Hosct -Jl steak to perfoclion. You can re- plenish lire tliro'.ign this door without disltirbing cooking on top of Range. "It's casv to fit the 'Kootenay' with LONDON. TORONTO MONTUEAT WINNIPEG PrlCC IS iookin. and VANCOtTVER ST. JOHN'. HAMILTON CALfiARY 201 Sold by The Stafford-Agnew Co. ;