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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PagcS THE LETUBKimJK DAILY HERALD iiy, Juao REVIVING BLACK SOD PORT IN ALL RED'EMPIRE BELT Notable Article by Expert-Lon- don to Winnipeg in Five Days Waslwoo. C.. May ThMus LW.osi to Winning, .1 distanoo cEp.oajOn, and a OL leading wore ihan 3400 miles, in )s ficsnclcrs of England, hate lei con- across ihe Pacific to distant Yoko- Hoag Kong auJ ShsugMi acct 10 yei lucre AtiUand anj 11 ey. ii planted lo ihe p-irpose of viar as as ibe IIUFJU'IIS of It will be backed bv the might ar.d combined r--sj-.ri.t-s of toe UoUeJ Kicgiio.'J. N'tfw Zea- land ar.d 0. Troubtldte. of The Ail-Ked Sieaeship originally planned to operate be- Iweea Blacksod and Halifax, was in- corporated ucdtr federal charier by ibe Canadian parliament in.lSOT, and corpora the Irish new: hsrbor ou rorifcvesl coast of 10 Caps Bt. ChiTlfE, Labrador, in three days. Thence to mails and yais- Fngers vlll be raced over an arr-lme railway in another bo-jrs. the Manitoba metropolis io ibo const oae o! three rc'-ces U to be desercilned tspoa bv ;hp yro-. ot ihe -imperial All Red! Binder Dominion sub- Jloute." as the latest highway to et followed Ly trunk line railways', and, i equipment of a Class in Western His- tory Commissioned lo Preach -Laymen Elect Officers MeJuinr Hat, Alia., June ctn joung u.iaistrrs vifte orJaincd the ot tie Methodist hurch toila> Rev. S. U. Chown, eoeral superintendent. This is ihe oidicaiioa at any con- erence held ia Canida- tbe "Jrretuial he general superinteuJcnt preached L most impressive and poneiful sei- I1OD. Ia the the rftiring presi- dent, Kcv. T- I1. I'trry, o! hurch, preached in onlerente rh-jrch, wLilo other mem- crs of Ihe conference pleached in lotb in other evangelical hurches ol the city. In ihe alter- noon a big parade of ministers and; avnieu marched through the streels leaded by the PaJvatiou Army band. lev. C. K. Bland, of. Alter I a College, a street aiter unich Uie raraJc ta arched to ,ne church a conur.dcg address siten to a men's maw th'eUng, by Dr. Hidden, of Alberta College, was 'ollowed by a gripping appeal for de- cision for Christ by Dr. James En- dicotl, rcceclly teluriicd irom China- Saturdaj tip voted almcst entire- ly to committee work. Dr, G. H- Slanlcy of High River, was elected president oE the Laymen's Assacia- tion. This association is planning a campaign lu a DiiMionary rally at each preaching appoinlwent ID the u bo le con ieceucc und cond uct Mcmfcec Caavas'T for mis- sions. H is also underlaying to raise the def.clt in the salaries of th? raissionaiies of the conference asso- ciation aniounting io abo'Jt reat harbor the accomplishment of a twenty-one, thereto a viaorojs "and between Loafion and] Eprcadiag population Is Eure to be at- GJ.R. Makes Gien Lycn GREAT RAILROAD TUNNEL- LING INTO VANCOUVER, B.C. 15 CREATING IMPORTANT NEW INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT. -1 Canadian Northern are at work now locating the line of a five miles iong, which will carry the trains of thai line into Ihe great union terminus at False Creek, Vancouver, Incidentally tbls tunnel v-ork a trans- formation along (he North Arm of the Fraser River, between Vancouver-and .'New Wcslmln- Eier, as great as tfaal which Ihe -expansion" of the C. P. R- work- cd along Bunwd Van- forging ahead iadus-. "trially at'a rate that assures some- remarkable changes with- in B short time. Among ihe fortunate properly holders who will benefit rnater- laJly by this vast development being carried on by the C.NMt. arc tbe owners of lota in ths property Vnown as which comprises some of the finest properly to bo found along the Nonh Arm of the Fraser and tfbich, according to a re- cent statement of Ue C. X, H. be to the nrban porUl of the C. N. li.n- net. Vancouver's rapid dsvelon- jnenl has forced prices on near- by Industrial now available 1 to limits that manufacturers Co not feel Hire meeting. The re- sult of has been to restrict J'Jndufltrial development to a do- and the construction of the O. N'.'K. TuoneJ will bring Ibo -property on the of the Fraser, practtceViy apfeafclng, right Into Vancouver. owners of "Glen Lyoh" Intend lo Offer a of'the property available 1 location at auction" here very- shortly, alfio at Calgary, Medl- .'cine Hat, Jaw, Swift Cur- rent, Brandon, Portage h Weybura, and iaoomhe. t jlracteil, will'place Biactsod well the race for maritime supremacy among the port cities of the British Isles. The consequent effect upon the industrial petition of tbe North Irish, country, of which Bhcksod will be the logical gateway, is obvious." The establishment of a first-class so far north, on the Atlantic Ireland as Blacksod not only afford greater security to Ihe Unit ml Kingdom as a nation, J but Tioutd teller insure the eutry into the country, under stress of war, of I provislone, for the British are quite dependent upon the outside irortd. In this respect Vice-Admiral; Campbell is quoted aa follows: the undesirable, hut not impos- sible, .event of war between Great DriLiin niirf tisu or more Kuropran powers, liie paiition of iilacksod Bay rrould force the enemy's cruisers, should they attempt to prey upon the using it, to run the gauntlet of the English Chancel acd near At- lantic and operate on a prohibitive and almost impossible radius, with absolutely no recuperative base. "Any national expenditure neces- sary to Insure tie success of the 'Im- perial All-Red Route' would be rcpai, a hundred-fold by the saving effected in'Cruiser protection asd the feeling of security result from the certainly of the ccntin-jation of Ibe Canadian wheat supply by the shortest possible route, even in the serious condition cf a two- power war. "Although a KnoMi fact, it has never been brought home lo the in habitants of our Islands hew abso- lutely dependent are 011 irnporla tlou for our-food supply, and it is hardly realized tint, sitiraied ag we with a decreasing proportionate coinhiand of the sea, a week with sun- plies cut off would badly pinch even Ibs portion of tbe community and a month would certiinly brini r.bout stanatfon, by anar Crescent Height's church, .Calgary', is ticUng up another disturbance cr the pcopused of niiu- isters. They haye asked for Rev. V. H- Irwio, tbe 'firsl draft plans Her. A- H. Atdiidge, ouc of Ihe most sue- cessiul ministers ol ihe conference, for their cilj- A deputation arrived here last evening and arc coaducting the campaign for Mr. Ifwin. With, what result will not be known till the last diaft is 'made knono. Tbe officers 01 the Laymen's association are, President, Dr. G. H. Stanley, M P.P., High RUer .A. B. Cuslang, Calgarj" W s executive, J. Magrath, Edmonton Gould, Edmouton Dr.-J. H. Hivcrs, Leth- bTidee; Wiltougliby, Rcnton- voung men who day art Oco. D., B..V of corahe II. M A.; yril Easlon, of Vorkshirr, Kngland; ih", Bsllast, Ireland Satn- 1 S. Peat, Uthbridgc; Sam. Laucashirc, Kngland John G. idrtard, Onlario John S. Faw- It, ot Drayton F Rtacey McCall, A., of St. Ont.; Willis Leard, Alberla. P.K I.; F.Kin .1. rait, M.A., B.ll aac X. Hughscn, of and K. MacNhin, U.A., of Mount orest. HOUSE DESTROYED AND FOR WHILE BUSINESS SECTION IN DANGER AmUrst. June tins tuorrw.j; a spectacular ar.d dis abUous firr out in a builrtln foimerly occnpie'l b> Marilim Coal, Kalluay and Power Co., Eftclrit street, in ihis citj. Th building totally destroyed the electrtc light, station Is also total nrecl. The fire FprcarJ to large boarding houset uhich, h ever, was saved Other ir-nHi caught fjrc the flylTij spark and at one lime tbe uliolf. tUi section bcUecn Haulock St. became, v, :th c tion- The los-t will VIembers of Commons Object (Continued from treat Mr, Sickle said that Ibe third In regard to the clause o! tatement lo be submitted -by Ibe rectors 35 still more radical by ng out the the tc had taken' the very heart oat o nis section. A certain number of (hi members of the baiifcin? and com lerce commlueo had put up a haru ght against Ihe Interests. He iroil to leave the as it nas. Tho upper house, fan saU, may ha CLARKE CO, The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Actdia Block la-Dni-Co Dyspepsia TiMits Qnickly Put Disordered Stomachs Right U'i revelation to. I tie chronic to feel no cKsccmfort tflc hearty meal, when that mta! j followed one Na-Dru-Co T.ableU is litrdly prepared for thi tlir.wl mizic relief which table gives bid from the variecus discotnforLs to -I-' lie i iloouclu thil f etl as if astotictudbcen i w glv the to lha. ire weakened. Containing In tlittnwlvts tilt activi pnncipte. needed for digesting ever kind of Na-Dru-Co Tablet! enable even the weaVcs stomachs to gti the good out of what ii ea'.cn, preventing the accumulation of undigested food and gat. little help for a -rbile, llic digestive organ! rscover Itieif strength, do work and your tro'jbles are over. of NVDrv-Co Dyspepsia TablsU fioni your druggist foday. Drug e-1 Cnrnioi] Co, of Canada, Limited, TUESDAY Is Bargain Day Again! Prices these are telling prices We make it worth your while to shop here to-morrow, with a host of Values Absolutely Unsurpassed This Tuesday bargain sale will bo another event of-jjival saving of the most important yet judged from the view-point of splendid' assortments ami nulieal reductions from the original prices, and we strongly urge every woman in Lethbridge to share in the extra- ordinary bargain concessions. HERE ARE THE SAVING PROPOSITIONS THAT WILL DRING SCORES OF THRIFTY WOMEN TO THIS STORE BRIGHT AND E.ARLY TOMORROwlp VALUES COUNT FOR ANYTHING; AND THEY SURELY" DO TO THE AVERAGE WOMAN AT ALL ESPEC- IALLY RIOHT NOW" READ EVERY ITEM AND KEEP IN MIND THE FACT THAT THE HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY MAINTAINED BY THIS STORE IS STRONGLY APPARENT IN EVERY ITEM MENTIONED. 40c Sheeting Tuesday Bargain Fuil two >ards full bleached, ruade strong round tbread. The kind that gives the very belt of wear LI Urly at 40 cents; Tuesday Tuesday Glove Sale 95c up to Long fUk in heavy pure silk, with double tipped fingers and four domes at colors tan, r.nd black. Special at...................... 25c iu very evenly MOV en and sold reg- Tuesday Bedspread Sale 95c Regular up KTcej.IIOQ.illy nlco -quallly quilts, jn "all wfoHe or with red or blue finiEbed'or frlnEcd edges. Wonderful values Tuesday 15c Glass Cloth 'Tuesday Bargain Ptirn linen In various widths ffrom 1C to Inches: Ejilendld finely value at regular price. v Extra special for this Tuesctay bargain sate In any 4 ft-, quantity desired ..........................................I UW Tuesday Parasol Sale 95c Regular up to (1.75 Kxcepiiorml tiuallty fine wcaic taffota top nlth stool rod and crook or bandies. All unboatAblc values at regular yricc-s. Tuesday Bargain Fifty Tailored To-morrow :Kcgnlni' .Values lacing at For quirk of former cost or acduii valtic, A radical ami decis- ive t'lean up of our newest ami most attractive lines. This sensational news of half frice suHs should create an uu precedcnictl stir in the fuit section tomorrow and we would 1 strongly urge every woman intending to profit by tte remarkable savings, to be ou hand shortly after the opening 'This sale lot Includes all cur moil exclusive and attractive linr.s produced by the foremast manufacturers in thlr in most cases but one of kind. Materials are finest navy serfles, as well as Imported Bedford Cords, Worsteds and the best shade's of (trey, tan, caxe, etc.. all tailored in the ve ry best possible and perfect In fit and shape keeping abilities ON SALE TUESDAY PRICE." Tuesday Waist Sale 75c Regulir Values Pine ciuality tailored vestings as as a selection o! striped and plain ginghams, in a complete raose sizes." Tueiday Bargain Tuesday Towel Sale 25c ReuuFar'up lo -4Qc. weight large size Turkish towels, 4ti white and brown stripe that are unmatchable at the regular price of Extra-spedal for tills Tueiday Sale.................... Tuesday Cambric Sale lOc RtBular up to 15c values Exceptionally fine qualities iu cambrics pnd long cloths, in nice thread, 9oEt and free from dressing. Pull 35 In. u-lde, Tuesday Bargain Sale Tuesday Remnant Sale HALF PRICE Scores of useful ends of piece goods left over from selling1, jhcluding drtss soods and silks, prints and ginghams, cottons and sheVtinga, linen towellings, etc. Tuesday Hand Bag Sale ONE-THIRD OFF Yojr "choice of our entire stock OD sale tor the ons day at one-third less ihan regular price. A splendid collection In a of styles to supply erery want io ivitl of the fieople bv killing'the aval bill, but it equally certaia hat they had Ibwarled the will ol the coplo of Ontario in regard to the ink act. R. 3. Said, Me Too. R. R. Hennelt (Calgary) said he de- Ired to associate bimseir every- hln? .Mr. Nlckle had said. The quca- ion whether a few capitat.sts In iie so a ale arc to control this parlia- ment. Things had come to a prelty pats ivhen, in order to gratify the caprice f senators, what the commons booses to make imperative. Is made ist'lTe by the upper house. rat Jell upon him with a" razor, mak- es a .deep gash in his neck. Lorn- ?artl says that when the man raised ils baud to strike, he turned Ms face up, and was recognized hojond doubl. although be wore a slouch hat Bulled over hi3 and was dressed in dis- guise. After the attack, Lomhard made for a friendly and was given medical assistance, The Mounted Police were called, and Latellas placed under arrest. f. S. Ball Is counsel for tbe ac- cused. TOM LATELLAS ON HE USE R'AZOR ON LOMBARD Latelbb for trial. committed Col. Earn Hughes, Minister of Mil- itia, has written the cltj council that be win visit the west thig summer, and will drop off here to investigate the nse'ds oi an armory. At the preliminary hearing of Tom Bellas, charged wilJr niur- at the HarracKe Ibis morning. Tony f-onihard, complainant, look oath that the accused bad attAcked him with a on the night of May A pfere cf tazor-blade was exhibit- IaTdlfivlliP, pool halt on Ibe night In and'onl) a fc-a feel .when ac- costed by ,a form which frcm A ncnrby c hi ch en-coop, hail- ed the Glrangftr, did not a naive r, Portsmouth, June Ifri- and Prince >f Wales, of the liomo fleet, collided today, while manoeuvring off the Isle of Wlghl. The aie but liie anthcritltE Insist thai ebc has aol suffcrid seriously. Kdmontojj. June 2. Xews lias beeti In this city that a party o! four freighters had, been drowned Jn Grand Canyon, In the Jaime Patrick ttoiirke, proprietor of the Grand Union Hotel, North Kay. died suddenly in Toronto Cacnc district, through the breaking of a acov which they were navjgal Ing. The victims ot the acclden re named, St. John, Dutch, Nixon ami William Kennedy. The latter h brother of Constable o Iho King Edward hotel and a native of Alexandria, Ontario. The conslable haa received no details of Hie acci dent. Kdmonlon. June in Hi- boiler rapids of the Athabasca rive Cabbage Plants Heady for Immediate planting, also Cauliflower' and Tomato Planti. We can ship to any part of the province. FRACHt BROS, Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful >nd jriwmpt ween Grand Rapids'and Tort Mo Hurray, Iheir canoe fomid bottom uy ou Iho river hank nnd their blankets and provisions strewn about, four men who left the Tjondhig a nhorl time ago, arc probably Gordon jralght of the Hudson Bay Company brought the news. .The names of threa of Uio men are A. W. Campbell, anil John PapJtln of SU Albert J. H. Gor- don of B'orl McMurray aleo tells of Iho supposed drowning. George liolel. He U it the St. PILES CURED IN S TO 14 DAYS Yoair dnigglBt wilt refund money it PAZO OINT.MRNT tails (o cure any ceso of llcblng, Blind, Illccding. or Protruding Plies In 6 to 11 SOo, Delicious, Wholesome and Digestible The ICE CREAM we -make is rich, smooth and wholesome. Pure country cream and natural fruit-flavoring. This is why our ICE CREAM is so popular. THE FLORENTINE ;