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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 29, 1013 TUE I.ETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Pagrc fl The---= Grand Finaie The Final clean-up of the Summer Sale will take place at Rylands on Saturday. Your last chance to get Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear and Whitewear at sacrifice prices. NEW BARRETTES AND COMBS We have just received a large consignment of these goods which will be sold at usual close prices ' See the Men's Window for Bargains in This Line RYLANDS ^ COMPANY yiDN'T m BECAUSE TENT V/AS PITCHED WITHIN THE CITY'S FIRST-CLASS FIRE LIMITS Because tlie Alabama Minstrels pitched their tent within the first class fire limits yesterday, Acting Mayor Lovering refused them perrniS'' sion to show last night. The crowd gathered, but the civic authoritle� were on hand, and finding that they had struck the wrong burg, the company folded its tent and sfole'away in the. night. The flre department kept two raeli with a chemical 6a the ground until the last bit of canvas was packed away. There is a great deal of comment on the streets today in which the city is criticised more or less freely for their part in the matter. The company, had advertised for iseveral days that they would show here last . niglit in a tent on the exact spot \ where It was erected. The manager { claims he vras never notified that It \was within the first class flre limits, fti^wbn arrival yesterday immediately IWd the big top pitched. It stood there all afternoon, and he says it was nearly eight, o'clock before he was informed that he would not be allowed to show. He claims he paid the license also. The flre department states that he was notified that ho was breaking a bylaw in pitching his tent there. The company went on its way last night. CR0THER8 AT LIVERPOOL liOnd'on, Aug. 29;-^Ileiii'.T. W, Cro-thers, Minister of Labor spent yester-dey at Liverpool, visiting the Birkenhead market and, the dock. He next proceeds to Manchester, Sheffield mA Binmingiham. PETEiCRO VMS ER FIVE Paterboro, Aug. 28.-The complete list of killed and Injured in the wreck of the J. C. TumbuU store here, are: The-dead: Miss Dorothy Venrea Sl.'jaon, aged 25, i^o." 2878 Park Street, Peterboro, saleelady In Btore. Ml�B Lily A. BoddUon, aged 2 3, 274 WilUsm^Sti^t, Peterboro, saleslady. ' Mrs. Hlllailieth,-'wliow, aged about 40, 2ff4'"Hunter utreat, Peterboro, oub-tom�r. Mrs. John KeUr, aged about 60, wife of John KjBlly, farmer, n�8.r Kor-wood. ------- Alfred Oufl^ aged 85, bricklayer, married, Peterboro. Th� injured: ' Mrs. J. A. Flnlay, Norwood, legs seriously Injured; bUU 1b In orltloal condition. " H. F. Manley, carpenter, 176 Edinburgh Btrest,,Peterb�ro, both lega broken and badly bniloed and shaken up, critical, ;' : ; Mrs. Sydney Mlddl'�>ton,. of fimith, badly bruls�d and suffering from Bhock. Mrs. Agne� Tuolwr, formerly o� Norwood, saleslady, hflad and face badly bruised and cut. George A, Shearer, oarp�iiter; Edward Shrlropton, carpenter and Geo. Curtis, bricklayer, were slightly injured, but are able to be around. Connaught Beauty Parlors Open on Monday The Connaught Beauty Pai-lors^ occupying Suite Mght at the Cbniiaught (Mansions, will be opened to the ladles aind' chlldreii of Lethbrrldge on Monday, under the personal direction of Mrs.. A. H. Allen, expert, nurse, masseuse and miinlcurlst. PAGNUELO Byrrh Tonic Wine l''rom Messrs. Violet Frerea, of Thulr, France, we reqeive tho world's best Tonjc nnil Stimulant, first class rostorativo.and health preserving. BYRRH-Is -no medicine; it i� a really Tonic Invigorating wine which Btjlts everybody no matter what ago or sex, as well a^ convalescent or weakened people. BVRRH-^OaJi be taken pure in the dose ot a wine glass, or with poda wftt^r-'itiVnakea a .very refreshing drink. pa per bottle (litre) $1.75 i lifj f .1, JeVity 1 Liqueur Giiti Finest Holland made. It is reooinmenaed* iiy the moat arnln-cnt physicians. wSold in crystal jars, ,qt. size, $1,25,63 C t PAGNUEi WINE & >IRlt CO. LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. PHONE B43 SOLDIERS A Want Increase- in Pay--DangiBr of Mutin;^--_-Jobs are Thrg^atened Vamcouyer, Aug.j^O.,- A serious situation IB' regardr'tothe militia hafe arisen at Nailaimov There is great diBsatisfaotioif among, the five huur dred men. who are still in the field doing strike: duty and' reports de^ daring th^t^ there is "danger of mutiny" hav� 'hoxai oy*? t^e vsnres v/hi^h are suppdsa�i;jj�f;.Ife 5c|.0^fcly censor?^ by tho m|litsQf autjioBities. A number of clbjizen . soltliors prepared to leave last night for their homes m Vancouver and ..Victoria and were only prevented ttom doing so at the last moment. The men get a doUjir a day. They sent a petition to the /provincial government asking fdr 12.50.  � The Victoria authorities in .turn pissed the matter up to the militia department at Ottawa; where it Is now being considered. It is known that the military authorities yesterday at Nanaimo considered a plan to Withdraw all troops but SffO in the strike districts for fear that these will be wholesale desertions if the men are kept longer in camp. Many men have been threatened with; discharge. ..fro.iu their jobs in tq^yn if. they da not come home and scores of others have been notified by their' unions that thoy will be blacklisted if they do not lay down tfieir arnisi and turn in their uniforms. The citizens of Nanaimo are afraid of renewed riots it any considerable number of military is withdrawn before there are special police to take their place. ITER PRESSURE WAS iElED Fire, which broke out at 1.35'this afternoon destroyed two shacks be^ longing to foreigners who had squatted on C. P. R. property north of the tracks between the freight sheds: and the hew International Harvester. Co. building. The names of the owners are not known. i . Though the shacks were dry as tinder there would have been little chance of saying them even if they had been of brick. For the s^ond time this year fires, have happe4ed in' this section when there was, an insufficient water supply. TKe pressure today was wretched. The flre dpppirt-ment blames it all on the pui^ping station. Although the fire call ; was sent to the pumping station immediately the alarm was received, the' guage at tlie fire hall shojyg'"that at: three o'clock the pressure. diiring the day was never higher, than 35 pb.Unds ;-- >f= *' Mrs. E. P. LumbaTd Is recovering from an attaok of tonsllitis. * � * Mies UrauJe Archer left this after-5P ............l^c Per basket > ._______........ .> . 50c Per crate............,.......> . $2.00 Watermelon, per pound.........,____., 5c Plums, per b'asket ,..,...............50C Per orate .........,.., ,......... $1.90 Pears, per dozen > ............. 30c Bananas, per dozfeil'......----........ ,35c Cucumbers, extra large each .... ......iSc Peaches, per dozen..............26c Blackberries, 2 .baskets.............. 35g Fine assortment of, fresh Confectionery*. InteriiationatCafe Good Service and Appetizing .Menu ALL WHITE HELP f f i ' ''4 " ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1969 ;