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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lYictay, June 2.1011. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Paste iJi. landseekers, attention! Tract of of choice steam plowMand, within 2. milos of the Lethbridge-Weyb.urn line, only per acre; fair cash pay- ment; bal. easy terms., per cent. v 2 lots on water; for the pair; cas-h; bal. 3-6-9-12-18- mos. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. WESTERN CANADA Winnipeg. June Stanley's Bronchos from Calvary lost the first game of a series of three to Winnipeg today by the score of 4-to 2. Lezie was touched up freely and his team mates made two bobbles while Doc Curnmings was given perfect sup- port. Of the ten hits secured by the two were three sacks'and the first one was made by Manager Eddie Taylor with men on and scored two runs. yandme's slug in the seventh result ed in lie was nailed at the plate via the ,Cbick-Duggan route, by a clever >bit of play, on an attempted squeeze. Calgary 060 7 2 (Winnipeg..... 100 030 10 0 WON ACORN STAKES Epsom Downs, June The Acorn .Stakes. sov- ereign's for two-year-old fil- lies, distance five furlongs, run here today, was won by 'Melody, owned -by Charles Carroll of New York and Paris. Charmian' was. second and Adula, third. Eleven hor- ses started. EDITED Office Phone, Residence 1224 ,620 Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare ceive tomorrow'afternoon. re- 1 ili.aiT; 'and one yesterday af- j ,'i'he Auxiliary is holding .J. M. tomorrow. weekly so1 that they Aitkeii will not receive disband for the months of -hilv The Girls League of St. Cyprian's Parish will not meet tomorrow after noon. Mr. and Mrs.. H.- Macbeth, left yes- terday morning on the Flyer for a short visit to Spokane and other coast cities. Mrs, .Mitt'ord, who'has been vis- iting with lier 'daughter, Mrs. C. C. Oragp, left this afternoon for Island to spend the summer. Bow Mrs. Cunningham fireturned from Montreal this morning. She I was accompanied by her mother Mrs. j Street, who will visit in. Lcthbridgc durino; the summer.- :PUNK GAME BeYrypick- ers puj .up a punk exhibition "of' baseball" h'ere-.tonight. A glance ,at the tells the tale. Moose" Jaw 001 13 4 Saskatoon 200 442 11 7 Cowan, -Foster, -'ilcQuarrie and {Bliss; Pennybaker, Case and Carney. PIEH PITCHED IN LUCK Brandon, June to hit at opportune times lost the game to- night for Brandon, Edmonton .winning 7 to 4. The locals out-hit and bad the best of the fielding on the visitors, but the result is shown in the fact that Brandon had eleven 'men left on bases with Edmonton only two. Mar- shall and Pieh were the opposing pitchers, and the Brandon man had tue .best of it all the KNOW THEIR AGES Census Takers Make Many Amusing entered on '.Cattle-. .Schedule Montreal, ".June; first day of the fifth decennial census taking jrr Montreal acquies-: j cence of the general public in answer to the forty odd cjuestions put to them and the inability of many of the eri- umeratdrs to grasp the meaning of i new members- affiliated th6if many farcial the Auxiliary yesterday after-' Onp intelligent noon, they were Mrs. Jones and Mts. Eversfield. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Wel- lington, 013 Cutbill street next Thursday afternoon-. 5' Two long anticipated events are on i the tapis for tonight and tomorrow ere'ning and Lcthbridge tlicatre-goTs blunders. One intelligent census-tak- er brought his number six schedule for horses and "cattle in last night with the names of many Hebrew citi- zens marked! upon it, having misun- derstood the meaning of schedules numbered one- to six. Others placed the names of living persons upon i schedule two for the dead, and when they were not a'ble to reconcile the i __ the opera few weeks haven't attended very much the past have been' saving their pennies so that they n-ight see and hear the two most noteworthy events of the season which come in succession. With Olga Nethersole at the Majes- theatrc this evening tic theatre this evening and Chevalier -tomorrow night a stranger in--'the city for the two days will carry away the impression that Leth- The final meeting before the sum-'j boasts of the very best art-. in the dramatic world. LEAGUE STANDING WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE W. L. Pet. [Edmonton 15 Calgary 13 Moose Jaw.........'... 1-1 V.-'irmipeg 11 Brandon S 24 17 Balfrmjqr-e IS Montieai' 15 J ersejr: City 14 (Providence 14 "11 17 IS 19 441 ,...-.42f .361 Philadelphia NATIONAL LEAGUE 25 It -26 .24 15' 20 ]fl Cinciimati "17 22 257 31 TRICT LEAGUE mer holidays of the Ladies' -Aid So- ciety of KHOX church was held yes- terday afternoon. Twenty-six mem- bers were present and a new mem- ber, Mrs. J. M. Aitken, was wel- comed into the Society. The marriage of Miss Annie F. Niven, daughter of Mrs. Robt. Niven, sr., and John Schultz will be cele- brated at the home of the bride- elect's mother, Wednesday, June at 9 o'clock by the Rev. A. M. Gor- don. Plans were made to hold an cream and strawberry festival when the local strawberries are plentiful. The concluding hour of the afternoon was spent socially over the tea cups. The hostesses being A. B. Stafford, Henderson, and. Wl L. Mac-' kenne. The -members of Westminster Ep- worth, League will entertain their friends with a concert and social in the church this evening. Everyone will be welccime. No .admission' ,wHn accepted'! .610 ,513 14 Boston'-. 10 :AMERICAN Boston-: Chieago- Washington St. Lo.uis.. LEAGUE J13 It- 24 16'' 22: 18 20. 17 10 H.20 ..7oO :550 '.541 .473 .4i'8 .341 .325 At the first meeting of the South- ern Alberta Football league; held last evening at the. Dallas hotel, rep- sentatives from Macleod.and Leth- bridge were present while Grassy- Lake wrote signifying their intention; of joining if -such a league was form- ed. The Lethbridge Herald offered a cup and medals to the winners of the] league and the same was and a letter of thanks ordered bc charSc'Q' but Lethbridge City league entered two be served on tbe. European plan, teams, and with Macleod arid Grassy Lake will constitute the league. Home and home games will be played and the winners will be en- titled to compete for the Bennett Shield. The oncers elected were Honorary A.. Buchan- an, M.P.P. T. Robins. Kyle, Macleod. MacKay. A schedule was drawn up to .be nominations will bo made tcf- fill the vacancy on the School Board caused by the death of the late Co H. -Johnston., Don't you think it-4 is about time the women of the city showed their interest in public affairs Why not nominate a woman to' fill the vacancy It assuredly can be-done if the right woman is fo'uiid who will stand for nomination. Iftwili rest with the women of the city: whether'or riot a woman is-, given the honor. It is the mother who is the, most-.interested in the progress: of. her ;children in the public j schools and a place should be made for a woman on every school board. On the day o! nomination two rate- payers will "have to submit the name question with the living person be- fore the visit was-postponed until the census commissioner was consulted to help unravel the difficulty. A visit j j to the central- offices of the various j j ward's fast" night showed a number of the enumerators with large cloth- j bound satchels under their arm re- !j Albert i ceiving explanations from the differ- j ent -commissioners. One enumerator j i related the story of several servant i girls he had met who had all forgot- ten their ages, while most of the en- umerators stated that those evident- ly over the- twenty mark seemed to have entirely forgotten the date of their birth. !l BUSINESS BLOCK BURNED IN REGINA Regina, June broke out this morning in C. T. Laird's hard- ware store in a brick building on'llth avenue in.the heart of the business district owned by Hugo Ross Com- pany of Winnipeg .wbo bought it a month ago-from, a Brandon syndicate. The stock worth and' insured for was a complete loss. The building was damaged about Nearly a thousand: spectators witness- ed the iblaze. iA. -barber shop and the Dallas Cafe situated in the same block were not badly damage.d. driver for Laird Co. was badly of the chosen candidate for election j turned 'in "the face and hands by the and a week'-from "Tuesday if every explosion which set the place blazing, woman who is qualified to do so, No gasoline was in the shop and no will; vote, a woroaii will be'the wel- comed new nrfimbe'r en the board. I will be glad any information submitted to the clubs concerned .be- fore being rehearsed, .but it is un- derstood that the league will open on Jtme 27 and that Lethbridge will' visit Macleod during that town's fair, while Macleod will return the compliment by playing at Lethbridge during this city's agricultural- fair, week. Cards'ton not having delegates prcs-. ent, and failing to notify the secre- tary of their intention to enter, were not included in the district. Rev. T. P. Perry celebrated the marriage of Charles Stokes of Car- mangay, and Miss Virtue. May Rose, formerly of Dean, Eng- land, at Wesley parsonage last even- ing at nine o'clock. The witnesses were the groom's sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marks? HAVE JUST RE- C-EiVEp ANOTHER SHIPMENT 4 WATER FILTERS THESE ARE MOST WONDERFUL LITTLE MACHINES WE HAVE EVER SEEN FOR FILTERING WATER. THEY ARE VERY SIMPLE AND CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY KIND OF A FAUCET. Price Each USE ONE A WEEK AND WE VENTURE TO SAY YOU WOULDN'T SELL IT FOR TEN'DOLLARS. IF YOU COULD NOT GET ANOTHER BETTER TELEPHONE FOR FOR ONE TODAY FOR THEY WONT LAST LONG. AND THEY ARE HARD TO GET. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS WILL BE SHIPPED'BY EXPRESS THE DAY RECEIVED Staff ord-Asnew Our Warner correspondent writes: Guy Fleming and Miss Jeanettc- McCurdy, both 'of Warner; were ricd last evening in the First; Evangel ical church 01 Warner, Rev. M. -'Jr Conner officiating. Miss McCurdy was for, some time assistant post-mistress here and won the esteem of all. Both are well known here and a large circle of friends wish them happiness. Miss Chiswick, wlio returned re- cently from an extended visit in England, was the complimented guest at a. pleasant gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Butler last evening. An informal dance was the entertainment enjoyed by the and after the appetizing repast had been enjoyed a number of the guests, contributed to the evening's plea-- sure with vocal, mandolin and instru- mental numbers.. x Mrs. Boulton entertained twelve members of St. Cyprian's Parish Aux that I can, hear what the other wo- men of the city 'think about'the mat- ter'ur help in are'only -two days to de- cide There is no''doubt but what the' men of the welcome' life-idea of woman' to'the School.' Board if one' should "be n'om- iriatcd. It is for the women to get a woman placed in nomination if they are desirous of having a repre- sentative on the Board. one can say what caused the explos- ion. rr CUTS DOWN WEEDS AND GRASS ON STREETS Street Superintendent George Sea- man has'got'the city road scraper at worlv today .cutting.the 'weeds aud grass growing on the streets. The ma- chine is making a "lean job of it. Mr. Seaman says the use of the saves the work of .fifty men with hoes and does better work. PORT HOPE PASTOR HONORED Port Hope, June W. G. Clark of Port Hope was elected presi- dent at the Bay of Qunite -Methodist conference today and Rev. W. B. Rog- ers of Millbrook secretary. Now Is The Time To Buy -That June Wedding1 Present R A WrieFs iio Bale at 50c. 60c and 73c on the REV. HUGHES IS PRESIDENT Montreal, June candidates presented themselves to' the general session of the Montreal Methodist church cpnference at St. James Me- thodist church, this morning for elec- tion of president. The 'ballot resulted as follows: Rev. J. Hughes, 130 votes; Rev. Dr. Young" 100 votes. ''if live out of town, write PR ESH TOMATOES, RHUBARB. LETTUCE. RADISHES. Cheapness in price, excellence in quality. TJse two things you will find sn our" NAVEL ORANGES are sweet and' juicy and easily worth SOc per doz. Sale pries LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, CHERRIES, STRAW- BERRIES. AT STARLAND One of the most sumptuous produc- tions ever produced in picturedom is to 'be seen in today's change of pro- gram at the ever-popular Starland, namely, "Robert a high- class drama produced 'by the famous "Thanhotiser Stock with tlie most elegant scenery and fault- less acting- Those who have seen this picture would tell you they did not j regret it, as it is the most thrilling, i sensational and realistic picture ever produced. In it are scenes of Robert Emmett leading his 'band of Irish pat- riots, making- a fierce attack on Dub- j lin Castle, where he is defeated, fight- ing for the freedom of Ireland. There he gets captured and one of the most realistic "scenes is in the court room when he gets cou'lemned to death, and taken to the gallows. His last words were: "Do not let my epitaph be writ- ten till Ireland is a nation of good i standing." Summer is here. Our stock is plete with a new, .arrival., of able Summer below we r Men. Here -name; "a "few of our- lines. Suits to IScto pr. 2Scto Fancy oats SKirts 75c to Hats 75c to Straw Hats 45c to Shoes to Underwear 5Oc to I am offering all trimmed kats, among them some very pretty lingerie and light, straws, at 25 discount. Also untnmmed shapes at p.c.j discountg on Friday and .Saturday only We have iust received a nice lot of Motor Bonnets in silk, linen, etc. r 9Oc to Belts 25c to These are all popular goods at the very lowest prices. .Gome-in and inspect our Men's "Wear .suit..vou injill our took is the largest in the city and our prices lowest. Hill Block MILLINERY Redpath St. SURVEY ELECTRIC LINE Calgary, June six weeks a general survey for the location of the Alberta Electric Railroad from Calgary to Banff, Medicine Hat, Leth- i ing possession of the road. bridge and Macleod, will be c6mmehc-: ed according to the local manager, G. E. Wood, who emphatically current rumor that the C. P. R. had: overtures with a view to gain- TAG DAY IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg. June Day in aid I of Ninette Sanitarium for tuberculosis iis going on and' promises to be te "most successful in ;tha ni-s of rbe city, tl c workers run before noon. French Peas, per tin ......15c Corn. 2 tins ...25c Beans, per tin ,15c Tomatoes. 3 tins 50c Pumpkin, per tin 15c Brcokficld Creamory j Pear: Butter, just receiv- ed another ship- ment, per l.b. ..35c Dairy Butter ..25c Cooked Ham, Swift's Premium.. Sale price ..40cr Raspberries, 2 for ..45c tins ,.45c Strawberries 2 for...... tins .45c Peaches, 2 tins 45c Pineapple per tin 15c L. C 1 CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES I June 3 First communion at K. j June 4: Regular 'service at Taber. j June Regular service at Purple i Springs. j June 10 Regular service at Mon- j June Regular service at. Bur- PHONE 515. SHERLOCK BLOCK COR. 7TH ST. 3RD AYE. i) J? 15 First communion and sa c- i raraental procession at J- KH's. j June IS First communion at Gras- i sy .Lake. i June 25 First communion at Dia- :mond City. j June 27 Regular service at Black Spring Ridge. Services conducted by.. Father K. Meyer. All Are Guaranteed .Whether you buy Blue Ribbon Tea, Blue Ribbon Coffee or Blue Ribbon, B-aking Powder, our refund offer is just the same. If you are not fully satisfied after a fair trial you may return what is left and receive your money from the grocer. We co.tild not afford to make this general offer if we did not know that Blue Ribbon goods are pure, and superior to other brands. ;