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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE DA1LY1TERALD i Fridsiy, in AND LET US GIVE YOU A few pointers on how to choose your meat whether you buy from us or somebody el.e. There are many points about good meat that even an experienced buyer does not know. COME IN TODAY Meat MaiM J. MURPHY, PROP. Majestic Theatre, Phone 635 ATTEMPTED TO BREAK JAIL ONE OF THE TRUSTIES BOLTED, BUT WAS CAUGHT BY THE GUARD I Kred White, one of ilie trusties at the Provincial'Jail, made a hrctik (or ;liberty yesterday aflornoon and had i got on his way about one mile and a i half when lie was nabbed by Chiofj I Keeper Utters and (iuard Graham. j prisoner was serving a sentence of one year, four nwntlis of which liui expired, and; is the first trusty escape since tiie opening of the ja The prisoner was brought no tore I spet'tor Howard at the Police Ha racks this afternoon, who committee him Certain in results beca use purest in q u a 1 ity; try' it.and Given Cheap Rates i As announced in ihe ciaid some I ago the Dominion and Pioun ciil eminent in Lonjunc- complttrd arrangements 'ivliereby excursions will he run from! (Uffcrent points in Southern Alberta QUICK WORK BY LETHBRIDGE POLICE Two committals for trial on forger chart.es is the reumi of the polic court so far 'this week. This aftei noon, the police rounded in K. Gin a painter at Macleod. "At thi: morning a cheque wns brought in lo the police station made out to El Guy '-igned J R Olnei and cashed b> Parsons The oaiih. had it i foigeiv description of Guj hnndet the police who immediateh notified the .Macleod and Medicine Hat police, with the result that the man was pick ilo Lethhndge in order lhat the far- "P iu Macleod a few minutes after 'nurt, of the pioMnir inn an np- the charge was laid An ofncer u is jHirtmiih of il first Innd the fceni to to bring Gin to Lelh icaults of scitnhfit fanning on the farm here. Tin- dat tiie excursions h.ive hpcn sot and will be widely jidvortist'd in the fanning 'districts until UIP.SP dates. Tlir first excursion will he from Cardslon and rn -Jtiiv '22, and also (con. Medicihe Hat on the same date. The fare for the trip from the Hat has Ircpn placed at and the, train will stop at all intervcnina; stations. From there will also be a cheap f.ire, anti ihr whole south cotmtrr is expected to (akn advantage of a day's i education in farming s'Jits. On the following; dav, .Julv 23, an excursion will he rim from I'al- gaty, i.he fare hping fixed at bridge on the night train. He w! be arraigned on forgery charge in The morn ing. The cheque in ques lion Is for S9.00, drawn on the Imper- ial bank. WINNIPEG GOT A NEEDED RAIN Lined up in Battle Array (Continued from front page) -W. R. Jlotherwell, J. M Latfa, T. Lvle, O. Kindersley Toonibs. H. Devlin, Dr. 0. Gillies. Last Anderson. P, Price. Russell. P, Tate, Maple U Robspn, D. J, Wyiie. B. Johnston, Dr. Spence Larson, T. J. How. Moose .law Mathews. V. B. Willoughby. Saskiiiooan P. McXab, Dr. Ahmroe. Saskatoon C. Slither- and, Dr. Bulmer. AleOwen, S. J. Don- Idson. F, Forsythe, J. J. Hens' p. RAIDED GAMBLING GAME PARTICIPANTS IN LAYOUT ALL .-PLEADED GUILTY AND PAID THEIR FINES Within the past four or fivc the gambling vloiueiit of the city huvo added conslrt-erably to the city siroug box .from time to time, and during the last few the recognUeil sampling centres hnve hecn report- ing Hghts ont at early hours, with business generally very slack. The police thought that (he "tin horns" e all .departed to sreuner pastures, until yesterday they wore tipped off that a mil fiedjiod same'was In pro- press in the basement of the Turkish bath house. A warrant'was issued to search the iremiseg, and last night a general round-up took place, with the result hat eight vie'tims were corralled. Robert Stevenson, the banker, ap- jeared before the cadi at police court his morning, and pleaded gnilty for he whole crowd. He was soaked nd costs. Dave Fraser. Ernest May, j iep. Anderson-and Fred Neidig, who ere sitting in on the game got ten nd 'costs each: while Mr. Olson, John lehun and Fred Levt, onlookers, through with five each, making 116 for the bunch. 1. CLARKE Phone 453 The LADIES' STORE CO. Acadia Blk. OW FARES FROM THENORTHWEST Walter Scott, A. S. Man., July the observatory sdys is the heaviest rain of two years fell over this district early, today, and will prove ot great benefit to market gardeners and farm- ers! It is noteworthy as being the tlrht rain of the season. Spunl attention will bt paid to the] unaccompanied an electric storm, romfori of the .ritors uhiK in the 1 and should do much to replenish the Cltt j springs o-c the earth on the Winnipeg water supply is somewhat precariously dependent. .CAN'T HAVE BOGUS CANNON Hon Co! Hughes his an nounced that the request of the Mas- sachusetts, Historical Society for the return of the-Bunker Hill :cahnon has been refused J. C'o Jvtd di uu si OH is the- ojih place in the wlieie c.iJi ihe (lrc.it Ficnuh TOIIK and Blood-pui- ifici r VIGOROL Mel ft Imftk1 today aiul toinoi IOAV bo better AIGOROL is a French Tonic coirposeti of harmless ingred lents compounded bj rhemists H Is rareh iou can get a medicine that will do 'its work as quickly ay VIGOJtbL. You will at once feel its stimulating effects. Rheumatism can Hud will he driven away if you take VIGOROL. rt you feel like.a new person' in a few days. Are you not feelinc yourself on that tnpd Ia7> feel Do you feel dizzy? if sb. there is -something wrong it away by taking VIGOROL will eat and feel butc in a fen ff you don t I n Higlnbothara Co will refund you your dollar. VTGOROL will cine al! Udnei Iher and rto marh trouble, biliousness and in digestion, and up the en tire sjstem. AN OLD SCHEME BEING REVIVED RUN ELECTRIC.1: ROAD BETWEEN -OTTAWA AND- KINGSTON- GOOD TOWNS EN ROUTE Montreal, Juh'vsr-Tlw establish- ment of a three-hour .electric rapid transit, service between Ottawa and Kingston, giving an outlet to the feitile Rideau and the rich jldrmingjdistnct ol the Rideau lakes, is Within jears by T R ClougLerf__of Ijmdon, Lngland English capita! is being interested in thje project The promoters already secured the to operation o[ I the leaifmg electric, transit, organ- isers in this country The towns along the line arc Perth, Linark, Seelej's Swift ev. F. G. Forsrer. Thunder Beaudreau, allagher. Atkinson; G. A. ryce. Tramping Scott; H. J Speers. F. Totoke, G. Larew. C. Pierce, J. H. Hearn. Mitchell, Dr. Bow- man. Willow C. Wright, W. W, Davidson. H. Garry, W. D. Dim- lop. Jay A, Shepard. F. W. Green Moose A. .McGee Dr W. Elliott. S. Smith wood, .Moose Rive; son. K. Johnson, E. J. Johnson Pheasant B A Cunning ham, H H WHlwav Pinto Mar- co tte J., Phin, A. B. Gillis. Prince .Albert Robertson. J. E. Bradsha'w. Qu'Appelle A. McLaugh lln, T MacDonaTd special rate- of one and one-th r.d fare for the round trip has been an- nounced bv the Pacific Coast, Passen- ger Agents' Association from all points in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and California for the International Dry-Farming Congress and Dry-Farm- ed Products' Exposition at Leth- bridge, Alberta, October 1H-26 next. This special rate applies to the gateways of the Canadian, Pacific Railway at Vancouver, B. C., East- port, Idaho, and Sweet Grass, Mont., and the Canadian special rate of- one fare for the round.trip will apply from these gateways to Lethbridge. This assures'the. lowest excursion rate ever made-for. a convention in West- lern Canada, and thousands -.will (doubtless take of this op I portunity to world's great- l.cst agricultural .convention in West- ern Canada, and thousands will B. Litch. H. K. Lar {doubtless take advantage of this op- portunity to attend the world's agricultural ention and exposition, and at the same time see the Canadian western country about which so much is being published. In purchasing tickets those planning, to at I .the Congress should buy a round-trip excursion' ticket to the junction point or gatewaj nearest their place ot residence, (and for Qu'Appelle L White, F j those Ma of Spokane that city be the junction and at these points purchase another tick- et under the Pacific Rail- Tomorrow With a Host of Values Absolutely Unsurpassed Xo need fora long talk about Midi values as prices toll Mini- (ale ajul (oil it iW.uid denmiisiialp in no uncer- lani MJU (ho iniporiaiKo ntinchcd (oa VIM! lo this stoio tonior- Be Hiuong (he early buyers and first choice oi the good Uiings going E. E. Cotton Voiles and Foulards 25c. Regular 35c Values A big collection of dainty new designs in stripes and .lucquard effects; all fast' colors Ileiuy Turkish Towels 25c Regular 35c Values Brown and white stripe's rnd pure white ,14, well In extra weight and large sires Fine Ribbed Vests Regular 18c Values Beautifully finished goods in fine quality and medium weights-short, sleeves or sleeveless: Unusual e Value 35c Regular 50c Values Long lisle gloves In white only, fasten with domes at wrist; good-value at regular price. Fine Embroideries Regular 20c Values Udj.ingE and insertions n tine Sviss and Cam- bric goods, every' piece an excellent value. .Saturday Hosier} Kale 2.5c. Values Worth up to 65o. Asieclnlh puiUiased lino Including fmq lisles and lisle goods, phln and embroidered showh' in all colors. Uavi Silks Worth up to 00 Plain colors and :dainty Persian effects, shown in a great variety of combination colorings 27 Inrhes uide _, Waist Sale Regular Value? Pints and ginghams in a gieat of colors and designs; all guaranteed Big Saturday Savings in Millinery and Ready-to-Wear L.-Hoiison, A. E G. Haukain, Quill. Plain, Be nee. Langlcy, R. M. Pitt Regina Ctty-r-J. E. Bole, J.'F. Lera bury B Mark W C Ferrj Enns, Geo Brazen A Galder, J Nixon Bav, Kingston "Mills MerricVville and jother centres, who are Uccnh interested and town Councils and hoaids of trade are con- sidprim; means of cooperation in tiie scheme. TRAP SHOOTING TODAY SHE EARNED THE TITLE Mrs.-C. S. Moore has been granted title to land in Alberta which was first homesteaded by her husband, who deserted her after a year. She stayed and developed the farm. PEEL'S EX-WARDEN DEAD Edward Ellis, of Peel is'dead. Quite a number of trapahooters from Calgarj ind other points are having a great s sport at the lo cal shooting grounds Early this forenoon with gun under arm each competitor made his to tha scene of action The team championship la being fought out, and will-not.be de- cided until late (his The local tiap shooters are giving a cap ital account of themselves ari'd should finish -nell up in the monej The list of winners had not come to hand at the time ot going to press CARPENTERS WINNING STRIKE NEW C. P. R. LINE OPENED The C P R new line from Guelph Junction to Hamilton was opened on Monday Comfortable Clothing J f yoji wMi to keep cool ni iiol pallici, sec J can do for you JJi tlic line ol season- able apjmrcJ for Men. BUCHAN 406-5th 8t. THE MEN'S MAN Agent for SLATER .Bryin Block Winnipeg, July less than two hundred earpenteis have left the for Regmi according to the secretarj- of the union, but th-ase strik- ers went out of thelr.own accord, and were not sent by the union; At'a meet- ing of .the union men this morning the that they were winning out all along the line, not, less than eighty of, carpenters hsving signed up the new schedule, and these Incliide defec- tions from the Builders' Exchange. oaie i SALE Choice of ..our entire stock of newest, trimmed hat1? ttoith up to Sale i) worth up to All cloth coats such as tweeds worsteds, and serges, included in this lot, presenting a score or more of the1 very best styles of, the worth up to Tweeds, -worsteds and serges in light, and medium colors, every one right up to date, beautifully tailored and made in CREEK Pincher.Creek, .lulr Friday and Saturdai there will be two games Of baseball here'with the Tab ei team, a regular league match be- ms; placed off as as a tic. The prospect is bright for a good sport and a good time lor a big crowd The departmental examinations are in progress here this week, .1. Scof- certificate plan, which the sta-j field, 11 A, principal ot Claresholm, tion or ticket agent will sell upon application. Tickets be on sale in these four states named under this rate several dais 1 elorc and the first days oi the ongrcss and the final return 1 mit mil he starting the day the close of the ConiirefaS after ST. CYPRIAN'S S.S. PICNIC The annual Si ndaj school picnic of St..'Cyprian'si Church will be held on Tuesday afternoon, July at the Ex- hibition Park. Conveyances for the scholars will be.at the church at 1.15 sharp. Each child is asked to'bring ,'ith them a cup, .and either cake o sandwiches. Games of all kinds ar he played, and races and feats o strength to be held .Curing-the aftei neon. One ot the features of the da will be a tug of war; between the boy and algn one between th-e girls.. Th conveyances'willreturn at 8 o'clock, The offerings at the evening; ser ice on Sundae, Inlj 7, be deioi id to-the Sunday school. It is to -b loped that every scholar and as manj larents as possible will attend the sicnic. TRAINMEN KILLED Hrantford, Onl., July a re- sult of 'the mixiip. In George Williams, conductor on the H rant-lord and liamilton Hndial was killed in- stantly, and Motorman Ralph .Smitfi badly injured, when a work car crash ed into their car thlg niorntng. CAUGHT A DESPERATE MAN NEWS FROM 6-10 The crops arc in fine condition. Kar sown spring is two feet Toronto. July Italian, who is charged with'the murder of Pole, "nanied at the number, two weeks ago, is Deported surrounded in the neighborhood of ..Holland mi ing. Late thlK word reached .here that the hunted man hud shot County ConsUbVe Mvrnjr, ii.ches high and headeti out laigc mimbec of b-10 people vrre at tiie JJoonrlalr, celebration and were greatU pleased with their member lohn trrist, of 1 ethbridgc, spcnl illi Mr and Mrs A L liner nn their farm number ol settlers are proving I their lionie.stcjds 1 he building of the school house for Intervale district has started. Mr. .Bowen has started to erect store Mr Vjnrrnt has his store well under wav'sn as to be ready to opin u a short time A rural muniripaliti taking, in this low 0 in is being fprn'ed we nred is thr I ,me to tnakr thfs the, garden Southern Albefta Mr.jBnd Mrsj A I .Tfoer visited in I old x i presiding Tlitrc ati- candidates for second class seien irom Pinthcr Creek ind one from Lille "Miss "Marshall Oi the public school fitafi, after tin PC of excellent work, las resigned her position It 1-5 not liei intention to le enter the pro fession. The cadets left 'vcslerday for their rendezvous it t aijar> liappi to ht c.illcd youthful defenders of the em- pire icigt Dick uis in ihaigc of the contingent" from this point Rev ilso accompanied the boys and will he-, in charge of. them during their leisure hours at camp Mr and Mrs F Norman left hur- ncdlj for Regina last night on re nipt of the liens (hit Ret and'Mis I peitoimed In ihe Rev Mr Danuu, Mis Noniian's patents, liaJl Ciajig, ftfethodist mlniatei, in the sufpred m the ntcnt stiffen: 1 m the ncent Ki im innounted thucsaftU o. the total ol their and. rhoine. s uiUs hut Inld properU KINXONDALE Kfnnondale Iiilj fine shower last night the situation Much of he sUibhle sown ciop was beginning to look sick after hot wea.thei of last work and was head but: prematurely. The prospects for n good crop nn'soil properly pre- pared are'jfirstrclasa. Baseball matches are .the order of the d iv return RIITIP was on Satunlas between Bow Citj ,ind Midv> u The coal went down to a .worse defeat than before, when the stoie was loT This time it was about 1J4 Mi Ja> o'Eiciated as iimpr. e Tho -event of the summer was ths Mr. Rohert. McKlnnon of Miss Airiest daugluer of Mr. and .Mrs..R. M. Paul, on AA7ednes- day Juno al family i residence, Midway. The, ceremony caccnt c'ltas-' sence oi a large number of muted The Inde supported hy her sister, .Bertha, while .Jf'r. Ben Parcel ictt-d as best man A dainty supper was The bride recciv- ed a large nirniher of handsome and useful presents in addition to a host of good N ishes All and Mis McKmnon will j reside on .their homestead at Kinnon- claie. This is the i third of a series ol weddings in the neighborhood, the first two: being Miss. Helen Johnson io Mr. Olaf and -Miss Pearl Bailey LawrcnccJTibbltts. Dominion Day.eetebrations at Brim- ette and. Fourth of July at Bow City- are announced, of which particulars later. 1< Heald has been trans f erred; to Carlstadt, Ryrcmora mission will in charge of Mr. Al- dus, 'who has is staying at. Mr. Jrio. Morrow's, Favitvjlle. The Midway Literary Club, at a meeting held- on. Thursday evening, decided to purchase an organ for rhe use of the "-choo! The funds on hind for that purpose arc ?100 ind a first instrument will bo at A Carload of Choice Fruit Arrived Today, and contains the best on the market Watermelons Tomatoes Cucumbers Peaches Strawberries Pineapples Plums Blackberries n L Raspberries Beanberries Bananas Apricots Cantaloupes Pears Cheice Small Fruits Remember we make the purest and most delicious ICE CREAM in the city. You can prove this by trying some. The International Cafe i Ice Cream Parlor Beside Gray's Hardware I ;