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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. Iftll, DAILY Page 7 THESE VERY SPECIAE PRICES ON GRANITEWARE Are Attracting Hundreds bf Purchasers Pudding pans, 1 quarts, ea. ......15c Pudding pans, 2 auarts, ca.........Sue Pudding pans, 3 quarts, ca..........25c I'uddiiig pans, 4 quarts, ea..........30c Pudding puns, 6 quarls, ea..........35c IT ill. kneading pans, enamelled, ea. 21 qt. kending palm, .enamelled, ca. (1.80 Jl nt. enamelled dish pans, ca.......60c enamelled dish pans, 21 qt. enamelled di.sli pans, .......80c No. 9 stove pots, price each .........70c .Milk and rice boilers, No. 53, oa. ...SOc Milk mil', rice boilers, No. 54, ea.....90c .Milk and rice boilers, No. 56, ea. Sauce nans, lipped, 1C, price each ...20c Sauce pans, lipped, IS, price eoch Sauce pans, lipped, 20, price each Sauce ping, lipped, 22, price each Sauce pans, lipped, 21, price each Sauce 26, price each Saiice pane, lipped, 28, price each ...'15c ..20c ..30o .30c ..36c ..40c Pearl enamel tea sleepers, No. 1, ea. 25c Pearl oiiame! tea gteepers, No. 2, ea. 30c No. 210, price each .i...............75e No. 212. lirice each No. 214, urice each .............11.15 Tea pots. No. 0, pearl enamel, ea....35c Tea pots, No. 10, pearl enamel, ey. ..40c Tea pots, pearl enamel, ea. ..45c Coffee enamel, ea. 35c Coffee pots, :No. lifr pearl emiincl, ed. 40c Coffee pots. No. 25, pearl enamel, ea. 45c Coffee pots, No. pearl eiiamel, ea. 50c 2 qt. tea kettles, pearl enamel, ca. ...50c No. 70 tea kettles, flat bottom, ...70c No. SO lea kettles, lliit bottom, ea. ...80c No. HO tea kettles, flat bottom, ea. No. S pit bottom pearl enamel tea kettles, each f..............Sue Xo. 0 pit boltom enamel tea kettles, each 24 enamelled stock pots, nlckle plated top. each No. 04 llerlln kettles, No. Oli Ueriin kettles, each .........5Sc No. OS Berlin kettles, each.._...-.....75c No. 012 Berlin kettles, each.........90o No. 018 Merlin kettles, each-...-.. Deep straight sauce pans, No. 200, e-a. 25c Deep straight saiicc pans, No. 300, ea. 30c Deeji straight sauce pans, No. 400, ea. 40c Deep straight sauce jhins, No. SOO, ea. 55c Deep stmight sauce pans, No. 1000 ea. 70c C W GRAY 1 VICTIMS LURED BY THEATRICAL MAX BLOOM IN THE -'TELEPHONE GIRL" Max Uloom who has been seen by I h oat re goers twice in the past few months, is to .be with us again very KOOII. .Max was fine hi "A Winning fci'cat in of Broadway' nnd in the "Telephone Girl" in which }ie will appear-this time, is said to fro better than over. H stands to reason that Bloom will lie fiiier in the "Telephone Girl" tha In his other two big successes, for tha rr-vison thai. H !r a-musical farce .which Jias-j a, reputation both- in Enjt- land and America, having run for ever a season both in London and New fYork... Besides the merit of Che play, it is lone" in which Max made his first big In the "Telephone Girl" he plays tlie tehnracter of. Hans Nix a telephone iu- kpector; the part was originated by J.ouis Mann, in New York, and Bloom look his place in the company that lowed Hie states, 'and for three HCSI- played the same with wonderful Success and popularity. The part of Hans Nix suits Bloom's personality better than any other part ttiat he has ever played, for it is an eccentric character, and peculairly adapted to his temperament. Be sure and see Max in his best role, for he will not be with its again until he-has a new vehicle, in which Boyla Wcnlfolk, his iriaiiager. will 3'nr JiJm. VON YONSON The greatest comedy that has over visited Lethbridge will be seen at, the Majestic Theatre October 2nd and 3rd, next Monday and Tuesday, for two nights only. When a play runs for a year in New York, several months in Chicago Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and ithor Eastern.cities, and then for ele- ven or more years en tour, it must possess much in ore merit than the verage theatrical attraction or play. Yon Yonson has. done all this, and tlie Swedish comedy is familiar to millions oE theatregoers, who consid- er it the most phenomenal attractive :omcdj the> is why it is an evergreen every year in all the principal cities .of the and. Mr. David Battstrom is the greatest Yon Y.-.nsor., thai 'this produced. The was written b> 3us Higgc; a .Swedish actor, and rte picts the vicisitudes that .beact the early Swedish emigrant, incidentally affording the greatest number laughs ever crowded into a play o three acts, -and moments of thc-pret tiest and heart-touching pathos: Tht scene in the third act represents log-jam on a.Minnesota river in mid winter, and the breaking of the jam is thrillingty realistic. The first am last act -arc given almost over to comedy, and each of the char acters vie with each to who will create the greatest number of laughs, but "Yon Yonson" the appar- t ignorant Swede, carries off the palm as a laugh producer. Mr. Bratt- strom is supported by a splendid com- pany, anil the Majestic is sure to be crowded next Monday evening. The sale of seats is already large. A RECOGNIZED MUSICAL CRITIC Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir to the Majestic Theatre on FrJ-'-r day, October 6 Mndame Thomas been privileg- ed to represent Welsh music in a great .number .of places outside th-3 United Kingdom from time to time. "When the Irish people'inaugurated their movement for the resuscitation of the Irish language and Irish music, they instituted inquiries with regard to National _m'usic in Wates, and in 1900 and 1001 Madame Thomas provided programmes of'Weleh music NEW MEAT MARKET For North Lethbridge Messrs Swingler and Sommer will open the Westminster Market TOMORROW They want the patronage of the people of North Leth- bridge and will endeavor to merit it Phone your orders in the morning, or call and see us PHONE 1055 Home-made Sausages a Specialty Terms Cash 310 1 3th STREET NORTH at tlie Irish Oireachtas meetings, hgld at 'ihe Rotunda, Dublin. The wfelcome she received on that occa- from tlie wnrm-lveart'ed Celts of the Billet-aid tele will never be for- gotten by her, and those who had the pleasure to accompany her. The striking -scene that occurred when, with Cardinal Login; in the chair, "The Men of Harlech was.supg to full Jjaud accompani- ment; produced indescrjba At the, time when Madam Thomas was _ tfayoitss of Cardiff, she, vLh haV weVeMnvifced to 'visit L'- Orient, to celebraftf the centenary of Briteaux, the. XiiLlufial poet of Brit- tany, and again, in July, iflflfi, whsn "Leg Petes CeltiquvjE" were held in Saint Brieuc, she was invited to pro- vide a representation: of s Welsh music on i hat -In.' the presence of from to people, in park of llaa Prefect of tft. Brienc, the of Wales were sung, and re- ceived with a furore of appreciation. Intseci, it seemed as if the whole pro- would becbme avhug'3 Welsh copcert. This the ca'se when "CapialnMqrgan'a March" was sung. It may not be generally Itnown-tliat this music, under the title of is ,as well known in Brittany as in Wales, and t was a pleasant surprise to many that both nations have this music in common. The notices given of this visit in .he French Republican, Moniteur, In- lependence, Reveil, Depeche de Brest, Vouvellistc de Bretagnte, and in Eng-, land in the Lon-tlon Daily News, Lon- 3oh Daily Express, and 'tic Morning Leader, etc., are loo extensive to be ncludsd from tlve ft'elsh at Home. GERMANY EXPORTERS SORE ON AMERICANS Berlin. in gen- erjU timber and paper, trades in particular accuse tire Washington authorities of bad faith in respect, to the customs chies. It i-j claimed iluri provisions of the Canadian reci- procity agreement, although the pro- posal has now been beaten in Can- ada, ai'a being partially enforced. Cnadien timber and other commod- ities, jt is charged, arc being admit- ted into the United States at lew duty han corresponding G-eruian wares, although the agreement t-a- this -country and the United States of. _ February 1910 gave Ger- many moat favored nation terms. SWEET VALLEY wpot Vallcv, Supt. Ei'ick- ,'soiilli of store, lias purchas- d a new gasoline threshing outfit and 10 in the ncigliliorhood mil t'ircsli till it is Til (lone. This j will bo good ncws.lo a great many, ,is uiilv a few-have stacked. Yet wo can'L all tlncsh at once, hut arc glad llicre is some assurance of getting ihrushed bcf.ore winlf.r, James Stark is home after a few months' absence. lie has been work- ing in Calgary 4Ii Cochi me is icpoitcd to lie -it picsint i hirUulay pu on I hut ml n -if Ui noon I3ut to the inclement, weather (here wei'fl very few present. Mr. Link is raising his house nnd aiuHln'r .story, which ml (Is materially to tlu% appearance. The scliool lioiisc-is now completed; funiiUiri! ;ind all arc arranged inside. All Unit in lacking :is a Irnulier, lltcrr is no certainty of, am! serins hard to get. T HR.iinish has on the grouti'l to hnild an addition to his hoiis'-1. Xu, Tom likes plenty of room. A couple of nur dtisvns Imd snmn misyndrralandlnc one day this nnd; up some of lohnstm nnd .leftrips jiutjiliatic work. T, Cor'niit has arrived to commence lioiite.'trad dulirs. Now York, post of- ifice authorities took Hteps today to ;lny their hjinds on it Kil'gu said 'to be moro than In cash, which they bclifcve'.i was kept In re- nerve by Jared Flagg. anil othern who were arrested on SalVirduy charg- ed with violation of Hie postal aim his jiik'ftod ji-jsoclates for- mer United States Treasurer Daniel N. Morgan and K. Tt'iinyHon Neely, spent jSunday and Sunday night In jail, Flmu; Ibeing released today on of jOOO being tjiveu by his brother Krnesl. i To prevent tins ncciwed .stock brok- ers from reaching', their-- respective funds before the federal authorities can get control, tins post office inspect- ors prepared to have some of Flag's customers file a -petition in bankrupt- cy agaiii-j'-t him. In addition to cash, 'which the iiiKpectors declare Flag? and his ;partners kept In. a safe.ty, -.leyosit box, it Is said that has IHWII re- icoived from ciiBtomora milieu SvptRsn- !ber 1, iiidicaLinij the inagnitutjp of tlie [business contiibiitcd to profit by I ho coiu-'ern's ofl'e: of 51! jier cent, a year return The fedora 1 ofllcers have collected a number of four br whom, jthey say, tiiTcd OVPI to ir.rtnc'ern as mudi IB The government1 charges that jlMasg's scheme was to'jiay-ciistolnero IHII immense dividend for a short time nftor ihoir tnvratmiMit.-Uiklng the mon- 'oy from the prlnoiiinl in estedvby his small army of customers. The detectives say weekly lunch- 'eoiiK given M a famous ves- near Flags t> ohite weio i strong feature of his campaign. these functions no expeiie-) n it bpai ed, although the qolueisation aeldOm touched on business. A pretty young girl to have played an important pait in Flagg's 1'inancf-jil opeiations, and the inspect- ors hoped to question hei Post office inspectors booklet written Flagg entitled How to Make Out of Wall Stieet, in which tlie uuthoi asset ts that his tern Is founded 'on the rockj bottom of mathematical ceitainty1' LEGISLATION AGAINST LIARS London, Sept. urs connected with newspapers arc to make it more illficutt to.run llbei fur.puraoiial pi-ofU, iin in piUllamaif tuu keen ou measures against the systeni- atlt- lying Indulged Hi by witnesses on' tfie Htantl, even in bis? cases. Lord Chancellor Loreburn is a lehcj; er In cniB.'ulo. and liaa mauaijed, get a perjury bill through the hpueo of lords, llo will seek" to Ihrliice- house of commons to adopt it also in the st'jsion Unit opens shortly, tuougn this special resumption of parliament has only been arranged because of thb irememlau'j clog of belated bills re'- quiring Immediate attrition. Thero- Ifore. the perjury bill is hardly likely, 'to find its way to the statute book tills year. Never since has anything been done to deftl on a comprehensive" baa: jis with tin's problem of false 'swear- !ins. How chaotic the present law la, 1 nuij be judged from tht. fact that thii 'piopos.il ol the loid chancellor con fSnlidates no fewer than 130 acts that Ineffective. i No Conviction Peijuiv at pit-sent cannot be made the subject of a conviction under Brit- jish unless the accused can be I shown to be bj two witnesses or ,bj one hose evidence is bupported by 'documentary or other Independent 'proof. That is an advance on.-'.prev; 'tons conditions, for perjury an offence against the luw for centur.-; K'S the comparative rarity of p'oseculions is largely due to the fact that so often is it merely-one' man's oath against another. yers agree, however, that ence is of dailj occurrence In some pails of the countrv, indeed, it IB al- most imposule to get a. conviction (or nouuij, especiallj if it has anj con nection with i horse deal, for (Jur'ei considei a part ol that variety.of trading. Montague, lirbwn, manager of the Quebec -Maurice was killed by fallim; over a precipice at Wildigoa. TYPHOID OUTBREAK IN CONSTRUCTION CAMP Now Lisiteaid, Out, Eapt 27 riio Iroquols Palls hospital 18-full'.of. men from tlie T. ,ind N camp 'I'hc hospital accommodates twenU elgftt. More ale in tempoi.iu ciu.u- ters In tlie toun nnd four are still at -the camp ij but the cnsii present simptoms of ptomaine poisoning Set era] seiloils imiuiries.are being made at the camp as to the caltae of tile aickneufi. STOLEN GOLD DUST WAS RECOVERED! Iditarod, Alaska. Sept. 000 of gold dust, stolen'from George Friend .and his armed guards, In a paitj of hUhwajmen last Friday, fcoon afler the robbery bj a poibe, nh'ich chased the thieves ihioagh the swamps Close pressed. ueie obliged to aLindon the heal 5 stioiiK and the 140 pounds of metal it contained The re- wHid of {3000 offered lor capture ot the rofobcis uas left standing, and aT- ter the gold was found hund.red.sVot.. mineis continued the cnase of the criminals. Kivi- hnmlx will ijp in the prnr.cs- Ottawa in lioiinr of H. 'llnrdcn, Ik' promlcr-i'lecl. 1 l.t.-l'ol Viclor HrWrlnii Rivers 'ilic'd in Ottawa yrslrnlny at the UILC of 51 yeat-. EVERYWHERE ;