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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Satin-day. 7, 1012 T1TK LRTTTBIJIDGE DATLY HERALD Pag IT IS SOMETIMES DIFFICULT TO KNOW What is the suitable footwear for a .special oc- casion. KNOW. It is oui1 business. When iudiuibl call in ;it; this store. Do not let that coming event worry you In any have the remedy. All varieties of shoes for special occasions at prices to suit all pocket books and tastes. FALL SHOES 'FOR ALL AGES ARRIVING DAILY. SPECIAL AT- TENTION PAIDTO STYLE, FIT AND COMFORT. YO'U WILL BUY HERE EVENTUALLY, WHY NOT NOW? ENGLISH WOMAN BUILT HOSPITAL IN ALBERTA Will be Delivered to the Town of Islay Free of Debt Story of "The Green Veil" (Nonmin Lambert, li Cilolie) llio Toronto Islay, like a sonlin- el, boldly and bravely outlined against the horizon, on a -barren, prairie hill, which slopes down gently to moot i the outlying1 streets of this vill- I age, IB the Islay hospital, UK- firnt j farmer's cottage hospital-to be built' In the west, probably in the whole of district. Tho poor crops of the we only had another thousand do said she, "the hospital woul bo beyond, the danger-line for th present ttL-'-leasLV Poor Crops Lirult Contributions Tho light' of Uic Croon' Veil for th of the binmmlturia. work which she is Initiating in A herfu la not without a great deal o sympathy from ihfi farm firs? of thi pas Canada. As you approach the way station from tho east, the plain, square building', with its cottage roof, j looms up against the western challenging at one's curiosity and attention. "What is that building you ask the first person you meet upon stepping from the train. "Why, that is the Istay is the surprised reply; "Lave you not heard of our hospital ami the. story there are children In a family, tw of its Green i dollars per year per child is chargoi Green and hospitals do not in addition. "We only need two hundred and fifty men to subscribe ten dollars a year to keep the- plac> vitally to the life cf this hamlet and j said the -promoter of the its tributary district of some1 three today, she continued hundred and fifty square four years and the poor prospect fo the crop of this year have, however inado it impossible for Ilie fanner t give "The Green Veil" and her wor tho assistance they would like Bive. The plan of maintenance fo the hospital has been designed accord Ing to li sick insurance euheme. Fo: ten dollars a year, a man and hit wif-3 may have the use of the hospita whenever, they need it, and where logeth-er as' a .rule, so the story had lo be and it related very LO.RD DESBOROUGH TO RESIGN Chairman of British Olympic Council and. Former Star Athlete to Quit as Leader New York, Sept. mes- sages received here announce the im- pending retirement of Lord D-eE-'uor- ougli. chairman of the British Olym- pic council and one cf the' foremost KngHsh authorities in track and field '.athletics. A former si-eat aLliletc himself, h-ci has been for years giving his time and. knowledge for the fur- therance of sports. K. 0. BROWN STOPS SKELLY FIRST MINUTE OF BOXING Referee Ed. Smith Reverses Decision Against Chicago Greek After Club Physician Examines Fighter Terre Referee Ed. Smith bad awarded the decision to "Kid" Skellyof this city on a foul in the first minni-s with George "Knockout" Brown of Chicago, he or- dered an examination of Shelly. The physician reported that 110 foul blow had been struck, and referee im- mediately gave the Ghicagoan the fight ou a knockout..- Skelly's seconds miles. Third Islay in the Empire First of all, Islay, Alberta, happens to be the third community of that name in the British Empire. The Gilchrists of Islay, on the" west high- lands ot" Scotland, came to Ontario years ago and established themselves i and the name of. their native town in Victoria county. A following alien of the QilchriBts got the "west- ern fever" and migrated to Northern where they started another village and again gave it the name I With the, arrival of the Canadian i Northern at Islay the population of i th-e district began to grow, and j amonsjst the new families thai rame i to live there was one from old Eiiji- land, young veteran of the. Boer war and his 'wife. The wife -did. not know what it meant to b-a away from a home where servants and numerous conveniences awaited her desires, ihe husband had never run a farm of any kind before he came to Alberta. Two years ago the sister of fhls pioneer lady came out from iSuciv land r0 visit her relatives on tho Al- berta homestead, and her sisterly first duly upon reaching here was to aid _iu the. Uurnble. of a. >six-j weeks-old infant the family's ...first-1 claimed that their fighter had been! imnt- The conditions of the death hit in the groin. Over 3000 fans were wero sllclj as to-Impress upon the si present at Central League park, i ter' a woman of culture and re- wherc the tight was held. In the semi-; the terrible amount of silent wind up Bridie Hart knocked osit Tom- my Dillon, In-other of Jack, in tenth roun-d. j suffering bome by the settlers in the sparsely-populated of the prairie country, ami the corres- ponding necessity of having hospital homes near at ham] where people rould go for rest and treatment in time of. illness. An inspiration to do something to meet ihe need which she knew existed in an ex Irvine de- sent her forth on an active cam-, jiiilKii to raise money for an hospital at The has been- snc- wssfui in a large measure, for Uu> BALL PLAYERS FORM PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Albany, Sept.- incorpor- ating th-e baseball players' fraternity filed in the Secretary of State's office today. According to the papers the fraternity was organized "for the purpose of protecting the reasonable contractual rights and enforcing such j construction of the hospital 1ms been obligations of professional' ball-play- j nenrly completed, so much so that a era as to protect them in their rela-j number nf patients have been treated tions to the public, and to promote in j this summer: but more money is every legal way The best interests of! needed to put ihe building in a In- organized baseball." i ishcd condition so that it will with- ng Hamilton has a rumor that ncgoti-j ations hy Mackenzie imprests to ac- quire, the Dominion Power and Trai mission Co. have been re-opened. stand the cold of the and 'winter. Delivered Hospital Free of Debt The young lady who in little le "I have over three hundred names o our farmers to show that thej would have done this hud they known where to find these' few extra dol- Islay itself has. put up about ?5u't and can-do-no more. Drought in the latter part of May and throughout- all -of June lias re- peated the ruination which has befal- len the crops of tlia Islay district, for the past three or four The rains which came .in abundance when they were not wanted par- ticularly, did something to revive the impoverished vegetation, but not suf- ficH'july to make, even an average j ieid. The principal means of tens nee throughout' the district, is dairying, an industry which has de- veloped only recently and largely as the resutt of tho force uf circum- stances. No more" appealing summary of the .conditions of this district can be given than the budge! of resolu- tions which were received by "The Veil" from every local union of the United' Farmers of Alberta. These resolutions were-briefly r.y fol- lows: "We favor heartily the support ot" the 'Islay hospital, -Tint owing .to the bad crops we regret that we are unable to give that support." "The Green Veil's" Ambition H' "The 'Green Veil" free the Islay hospital of all, financial on I Uni- ons ami band it ov-.-r -to.ithe people of tiic municipality unburdened with .debt, the institution will live, and will probably become the mode! for many other similar institutions in the west The rural municipalities act, which wns passed last year hy the Alberta provides for hospital maintenance In those dis- tricts which are large and populous enough to be made municipalities. I slay, by virtue of ihis act will be made a rural nnininpality this year, awl it is the ambition or the lady who has ao unselfishly spent the past US .months in working for the w-ives and children of Islay, to jdve to them their own hospital. Just now them is a staff of iwo nurses at the hospital, hut the de- mands from the deserving cases in the community would give steady work for rhree The only doc- tor .in the village aTves his services generously in the interests'of the ucv Do Minutes Conn! With You? The GILLETTE Will Save Them! Are you .one of-those keen, discerning men who recognize in TIME their most valuable asset, and plan to make every ininute count? Then what about the time you day over shaving Men who ute the GILLETTE Safety Razor (have eaiily in' five three if they wish. How many minutes more than that do you consume in stroppingiand shaving so carefully with your open-blade razor? .Or how many times five minutes do you lose in the barber shop Two, five or ten minutes lost times a up into a serious draft on a man's productive time. This in itself is reason enough, to the man whose time is valuable, for using ihe GILLETTE. But when you consider that the time-saving .GILLETTE shave is also the cleanest, most comfortable shave you have ever enjoyed, what reason can there'be for sticking to-old- fashioned, time-wasting methods Buy a GILLETTE-you'li enjoy it! The Gillette Safety Razor Co. oi Canada, Limited. Factory The New Gillette Building, MONTREAL. JIG ENTRY LIST FOR THE 1HICA60 AVIATION MEET Chicago, Sept. third aviation meet, which pens !Uomfay will establish'a new lark for America in the1 number oi viators of international fame enter- ed. Chief of those arc the pilots of the foreign and American racers who. compete in the Gordon Bemifttl world's championship aeroplane race, the first event of the meet. The meeting embraces daily mono- plane and j biplane handicap races, scratch biplane find monoplane race which is designed to give further demonstration of" the skill of the lured the trophy. Mis time'foe, the 150 kilometers was 81 minutes 3ti seconds, a, speed of, .78 miles an hour, then a world's record. Lablane, again after tlie world's championship, had to contend, himself with second, being j two minutes Speed alone determines the winner, thare being no restriction on the rnn- struction of the aeroplane. Hecausc of the high speeds attained, few a'.'iii- lors have cared to enter, and in the three events held previously, u ictal of thirteen entrants only appear on the lists. This year the race has been icngt-h- the hospital, and has been responsible for tho practical success of the institu- tion so far. His portrayal, of a. doc-1 work amongsr the people living I than a year an-d a half has erected (he on tne homestead. mill's distant, from Islay hospital and devised an ingeni- medical advice and assistance, is atif-' ous schtmiu of maimainiiiK it, once j ficient for esi-ibHsbnient "f she has delivered the institution to j a fanner's coitago hospital in every the people free cf debt, is known in [England as an able writer, under itic nom de plume. Elizaiioih a letter lo M In this part of Canada she Gordon Hemielt drivers, and a -JO ened lo 200 ki ometers (124 kilometer race for all tvnes, handi- and the course was laid out as an capped, other contests are bomb and i eclipse oi -1.1-1 miles, rccuuring thirty n.ail throwing, acciiraov am me; run-i I laps to complete the race, tests troni heic its o .000 feet n- I-1- i Mench elimination trials Jules e- oiit a motor, and similar cvnits in t rirmes a speed 01 100 miles an winch ihe .skill of the operator us hour, whirh established expcctanci', as FLOUR MILLS FOR PEACE RIVER. Edmonton, Sept. Peace River, Trading and Land ''Com-, 'pany are preparing to 'establish. two flour mills in the Peice river country. A sixty barrel mill be established at or near the Crossing, and a thirty-five barrel mill at Grande Prairie. The ma- chinery hae' been purchased at Stratford, Ont., and will go for- ward from the terminus at Athabasca Landing by sleighs during the-winter. tested. This is known as 'The Green V-ail." was in Kdinonton last summer, w she was attemiuing to raise i.he first; money for the building of ihe hospi-; nil, that the daily papers character-; to what .speed would be made hv ;he mr aeroplanes i tched for' the world's r. -hndand, as typetied by the mimiPijwmy. AS "the Green silvrr trophy giVrn "by-, lames herself so forcibly in HcniiPM, in 1S08 to lie 'erm- Brm-e Walker. Imral- f; annuanv hv iicpnscd Comm ss oner tit W Initipeg. P" IIJ 1 of the I-edenitioii Aeronautipup asking, for government aid, "Women, Iiirc into our collate with heart; in" j nvorwork. who would i Twice bi-forc ;t single Aiwrican en- on the. homestead, ftiid whose only j iraiit has driven bis aeroplane ahir'jd rhancc of life when ilie of iiis competitors and brought .._., f'JiHes is tho resi they t-fin got the! silver trophv tn Atnrrk-a. II ized a? 'The Green he-. When tho su.-cess of such cause of ihe color trimmins i" I a vcnfuvf.- us dajiciuls so vitally1 herhat. "HowHrc of the Green Veil." upon the crops v.raiern harvest was the warning given lo j becomes nim-h moro ' a great com- ihr peoni.'1 of l-'.dinonton, and the name j nitrcial issue. stuck, all iuv.- through the j _________________ press hero hoiiis made now under this nr.m de pltnno, "The OVPPU since July 1 last year has sernrcl for her project over four thousand dollars. She started by soliciting ilie passengers in Pull- ,N uemna. al'KT IGOI'O service on tho McuiiU' ruiicd on n ion twenty Police, has man cars o" her way from lOdmonlon lo Islay lasi and secured a hundred from them The VK ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE- on ISOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH, i ISUNAND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IGREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, DRINK. (o fifteen hundred THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF. BARLEY MALTi lAND HOPS IS USED'IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE IHAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST hiiiidrctl nr OITDITV rame io IUM' Ur rUKll I agnfn summer 10 try and tho linancrs of Ihe Islay hospital THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 This wcelv she was In Kdmnnton, JintI ppolio in behalf of sohtMtip to :h" Krlmontni! AKsncinUcv., v.Iiiih was holdiiiK jia cotncnlion. "If .'urtiss was the lirst winner, :tt fltirinis, Krancp, Aug. Ili.s! biplane ihe 12-1 mile raw in! mintile-s 30 seconds, or five sce-j omls uf.ihc lookotl-for Louis Ulerint's monoplane. were tivo starters but, only four of the flyers wen- able to cover ihr iiis- i lance, which then was considered ;m almost itjipossible journey for .in aeroplane. In York, on the. Helmont Park aerodrome, ihe second contest Tho course had been i d lo 100 kilometers f miles) nnd CUuid (iralinm White, best known airman, on in 71 min- utes four in ihc first 10ft- Alfred ii' I.abhtnr, oi" i-'ianco, led iii racr. in n similar machine, up to the last lap oi tho field, wlien IIP r.iti oul of and MI into a -Icicgraph polt- and'smashed his arrophuu1. Graham Wliitn's took the lo England, wlu-iv it was con- (pstpci for in on the l.slr of Shoppy ;i( KaKir-luirch, -Inly 1. Clins. TPITPS U'ey man n, solr A mprionn en- trant, went up in a 100 hor-iP- f Dower Nicuuort inoiioplanc and Cvip- days'before the race, and -Jan mafen, who was to represent MnU- and, was so disappointed in the show- ing of his Ocrtx that ho. withdrew from the con-petition. Kd- munri Switzerland's resentative, ivas not certa'u oi en-'1 terfng, arid as for America the choice1 of pilot will not he definitely till the day before the race. An Ani-V In' the e.rican fit-fender prepared to carry 160 horse-power- motor, the laugfisb! aero molor ever designed. The hydro-aeropla'nc, or aviation contests are (lie first nneliitirs of ihr six held, outside of the military compe- titions held in Krance for- sslpct'nu- nd Swiizerlnnd. machines. The crn- France designated Jules Yedrines tests must continue five days, during, which races and contests are eA'olvetfi to denionslrale the miiitf-jso mach-'ne may be guidpd on the lip raised into the air anti llovvn us tv1 flying craft. Tn iiddil-ion, pflicicnry been ofi'.'rcd, tiip contest ilia nuirbcr oi carried, iha Iciigtl: of time one, two and three persons may rezuaiii aloft, and other similar competitions. ant! Maurice Provost, pilots of monoplanes, and Krey, who drives a Hanriot moro- planp, as its rcpresrniativrs. iand had nnntfd Claude' Grnluu c Whilp, Otfstavr Uamol, and Dyutt, but ii was not certain until tiic last minutr would make ilie actual flights. Hclgiani'.s represent a live, Chsilcs Morok, died of typhoid fovcr a It Will you. GEO, TISE Successors to Jorgenscn Bros. Sludio 3rd Avc. Beside Baptist Church ;