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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. .Tune THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY IIKRALI) 7 'II- MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and Prices pa.'d farmers: Ko. 1 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 3 Northern 07 No. 4 Nouhfln G2 ,V0. 1 Kfi 35 No. 1 Red 12 Ko. i Red No. 2 AifalTi, per ton No. 1 Timothy.......... 37.00 Ulue joint............... lltM 19-00 21.W FRENCHMAN APPEARED TO BE BEATEN WHEN HE LOCATED ENGLISHMAN'S WEAK STOMACH Client, Belgium, Juce Georges 67 I'arpcnlur, the French Ittuyuiiglit >1001 pugilist, today von the LeatyueigLt ehorU No. 1 Fcvsd Oati Rolled Live Stock- Hogs, live Hogs, drrssed Mutton, ilutton, dressed produce prices to Butter, dairy Butter, creamery Kcv Calltotiitj New CalUornU cobbaje Beets Cauliflower, per doz Kew peas, per Ib New beans, per ft. Strawberries, per 21 ,ttie 'inS Supper inorn- Hall. il is ex- park prMbj'teriaii church' th.al three thousan London. England. His scrmocs 'were at that time printed iu book form and very read- Between three and four thousand people pressed lor admission to the edifice which will seat Dr. Mc- Neil lelt sure oi an audience entitely sympathetic and ivas at his host. His theme was (thc Fall of Jericho when attacked by Joshua aud his army, the lebsons from he appliei take part m the senjce. A number. ol these will ho from Toronto. There are, bovrever, tearly male dele- gates from outside points cow in the city. with great Igor-to modern condl- thunderstorm. DON'Tfi FOR LlGHTNirJG STORMS 1 (From Lonilon) -Every year qutto a large number of people are Wiled by lightning Localise they did 'not know what to do in a lions. In the evening he again addressed a densely crowded meeting in Uassey 'BUT THEY CAN'T PLAY where every seat was taken On the Alexandra Hotel register, before the advertised time lot touou-jog the signature ui jane ol Bow Island's worthies, 'may be' vEeen the legend "How Island Lights the and some -wag graclo-jsly, inserted the following, "But they can't play start. Opening Srrvico On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock' the first meeting 01 the congress held in CooVe's church, the atmos1; jihere oi this service being of a-bigh- ly devotional aad serious character, The HayeHs Obsession Jar.d thn. addresses ghcn were ot a type. The first was by. the licv. Dr. GyMcfJuoen, of Ed, rctiritc 1 First of all. it is safer to be indoors than outl Most people get killed when out in the open. If you are caught in then don't be afraid of sheltering a vtree just because you' hara heard thai it Is danger- JACK Jersey City southpaw pitcher, Inter- national league. time? 1 novqr see_hlm "He acts for Uie moriea." j "But in spare j "Then he goes to ace himself Herald. Foxy Dad "Son, why don'l you play circus? U'H great fun. First you make a saw- ring-----" "Wtiero'fl I get my sawdust, "Here's the aaw; just saw Botne cf (hat cordwood into sjovo lengths.' You can have all the sawdust'you make." lhe rctirifig moderator' oj j "Certain trees arc mon the general assembly, and the tlian others. If you have cue." It is o'js to shelter a MONT REAL. Limited Mason Risch, Ltd., 404-5th St., S., Bryan Block Phone 791 17 Western Branches solitary "tree, bscfluso lEghtaing likes (o strike the highest point and a sol- itary tree Is lhe highest point as a rule .for Borne distance around. But you arc pretty safe if you tafce shel- ter" in woodj A. tree in a wood is seldom struck. Winnipeg, May plans have now teen announced by the C. r. 11 'showing the enormous exten- sions to lie toe local term- inals. This improvement will involve! an addition to tho Alexandra hotel, which. add 474 rooms, a neiv storey office building, replac- ing lhe present baggage and old Do- minion Express offices. There "will also ba considerable extensions made to the present 'station and waiting rooms, while in the train shed the tracks are to to raised six feet, and lastly tbe Jlain street subway Is also to be raised to a corresponding mtt an installation ot two additional tracks. dangerous e a choice be A fnr greater number of oak trees are struck than beech trees. Rim trees nsarly as dangerous as oak trees. Avoid big.crovrds and collection of a prominent Octario minister. JlcQuccn read fmm of cl, sloiy oE the vision oi the hone, which when Razed on by Ooil clothed with flesh and tuosc a living tnan. He! animals. For some probably stated that tlie Presbyterian church because of the that rises from the strongest Pro- their crowds of animals and tfstant hodj- in Canada. Us members were prominent in the educational lightning. are Huble to bo struck hy COALDALE Jlaj- Frank arp pleasairtly entertained the Ladies' Aid on Wednesday afternoon. TS. .Mitchell gave an interesting pl- on flower cultivation. Mr. and Mrs.' T. C. Cannon and daughter, from gue at the Brown liotne. Rev. Mr. Bishop is attending the Methodist conference. Mr. and Mra. Frank Knapp enter- iaincd at a aonce on. Friday evening. A number from Chin, Bnrnwell acrl Lelhbrldge KCTO lu attendance. CHARGED WITH SERIOUS OF- FENCE FLOWING OVERCOMES FERNIE MEN BOEDEX'lTs1" TILE GREAT TOR.OUTO DEMONSTRATION 3'ernie, >fay or Police Hall banded over the seals of oflice to his successor, Chief Brow n, to- and will leavo the city tornor- An employee of (he Coal Creek Rail- way, naiaed Dan Dolan, who bas been a conductor for some lime on the Jlne, was arrested last night for be- ing drunk vrMIe Interdicted. He has been roafclng excellent wages, but prosperity eeemed to cause bis down- fall. Dave Elliott, ot tlcsmer, drovo to town a couple of days ago, and In tended to return the folloftvinE day, His love ot tiie flowing bowl proved too much for hlai, however, and hfs teani of horses were left hitched to a for upwards of half. a. day. Ha was taken to the city hostelry, and later viss brought before tho city meglstrate, who to bauil over ?11.00 for tho public welfare. 1 CriarJIs Robinson, the prhe-fighter, chargcfl with seduction, was before j the magistrate today for the last time, j as'he waa committed for .irlal. The preliminary examination' bas hetn- somewhat prolonged, and the decision reached after a very careful oonsld-1 eratfon of the facia. The Eik River Is rapidly rising, and s same parts considerable uneasiness Is fell, as tho last two or three dajs hate been veal summer If an additional rise of inches oc- curs, as is anticipated, it is expected :hat some of tho residents of West Fernle irili vacate. All bridges are be- ns' carefully vratched. In case accumulates lo a sufficient quantity to make tho pressure oa the uutmenti Eg trouble. Tho rains of the early part of the wert: added to the flow, and 'already the lumber yards of the Elk Lumber Co. are partly under %a- ter. John II. Rudd, of Nanniiao, Grand oE tho .Masonic Order, was In the city, as the guest of the Ic-cal Jcdfce oa Thursday evening. He left on Friday tnorr.ing's train for th? eastern part ot the riding. A Raging Gale was the worst slorm you .ever encountered? think it raged at the rats of three hundred words a Boston Transcript. The boil) of John Caesar, a bcsa'i' nt the Crelgbton mine, was found Isi- Knlly Lake. C "Yea Sir, They're FJno" KOKTHERN Overalls and Escorted hy Conacrvativd gSAtiamcn (idtrs of the Toranlo Hmu Club ihrovgii lines if chtcnr.y of Tory Toronto, in the [d-nllcal carriage by a--vit the Sir Jolin A. Macdanald In Toronto. Tho Prcrr.lcr on tho way (o the great meeting in lhe he uddresied nearly, eight -thouund people and left many outside who could not get In. own railroad sys- icmt 'and Ford gives it- at small cost! And back of the car stands a financial responsibility any'-rail- road might envy.. -Don't side- track that "urge." Get your Ford today, Ouf frictorica proiluccd mom than a quar- ter ol a million' Model T's. Prices: Runabout J675; Touting Oni Town Car f. o.b. Walliervllte, with all caulpment. For particulars W. R. VIRTUE Avenue Sovth, ;