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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 3.1911. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD To Those Who Wish A Cosy Home We have in our showr ooms Mantels Fireplaces Tiles Etc. Which we would be most pleased to have you call and inspect WESTERN A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT that delights skilled musicians Is the VICTOR. Songs, Recita- tions, Band Pieces, Sacred Music at your command. Prices up. Easy payments We will gladly play your favor- ite selections. Call today. Double Sided Records EDITED BY Office Phone. Residence MASON RISCH PIANO CO. Phone 791 Dominion Block themselves sc creditably were Misses Ruby and Susie Simni. and David McWhinnev, Fred Simm Dunsworth. The president of 1216 1st AVENUE SOUTH Mrs. James Fisk left yesterday to and actresses made their debut in spend a month visiting in Victoria j a merry little sketch. Those who and Vancouver, Proi'essor F. 0. Eliord, of. McDon- ald College, Quebec, is the guest ov- er Sun-day of Dr. and Mrs. 0. J. Courticc. Miss Harrison of Macleod, is speud- Marcus the League. Percy Harding, presided. Excellent vocal numbers were contri- buted by Mr. Stott, and the Misses week-end at Westn-.instcr par-} Susie and Ruby Simm. Ice cream and proceedings. The medals will likely be presented officially at the conclu- sion of the parade, and an address will be made to the pupils to impress jupon them the 'significance of the ipzocedure. The fireworks display will be left in. the hands of Al. Morris, who will Celebration Committee or-jorder a supply immediately. j JSev. j. E. Murrell-Wright was pres- and stated that a special service j was being held in St. Augustin's church on the morning of Coronation j Day which will be along much the same lines of the special Coronation service in England. On this occasion the members of the committee decid- jed that it might be wise to put off 'the public celebration till the after- ders Medals and Flags- Cadets to Parade At a special meeting of the Coro- nation Day committee in the' Board of Trade building last night, plans for the presentation of flags and Corona- tion medals to all school children were completed. Samples of various medals were submitted and the medal committee was empowered to go ahead and order 2000 at once through one of the local' jewelers. The flags n also be purchased through local CONSULT OVERSEAS DOMINIONS HEREAFTER London, June yesterday's session of the Imperial Conference the discussion of the Declaration of London was continued. General Botha, premier of United South Af- rica, strongly supported the ratifica- sonage with Rev. ami Mrs. Lytle. The first tennis tea is being held at the club house this afternoon. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Anderson are the hostesses, The members of the Flower Guild, cake were served before and after the programme on the European plan, the proceeds amounting to A special despatch to the Herald today from St. Andrews, says: Today at half past .twelve Miss .J. Shaughnessy, daughter of Sir Thorn- who will buy the flowers for the hos- as'and Lady Shaughnessy, was vnit- pital during June are Mrs. R. don and Miss Bawden. Gor Friday, June 9th, will probably be the date set for the Oanaciian-Amcr- iccan club's ice cream and strawber- ry social wh ch will be in the form of a lawn party. Definite arrange- ments have not as yet heen made, but plans will be: perfected by the Executive Committee, at its meeting in the Alexandra Hotel parlurs Mon- day afternoon at 4 o'clock. All for- mer American citizens wishing TO ai-l ed in marriage with Mr. H. Wymlham j of Montreal, in the Pres- i by'tery of the Ciiurch of St. Andrews, 'Rev. Father O'Flaherty officiating. After the ceremony an Informal re- ception was held at the summer resi- dence of the bride's parents, at which a number of the residents of St. An- rirev.'s. besides a few personal friends from Montreal, who came down for the occasion, had nn opportunity to extend their best wishes to the happy couple. Early in the afternoon Sir Thomas and Lady Shaughnessy, with UNDESIRABLES Immigration Officer Busy, at Courts-Idea! Crop Conditions Charles Mair, Dominion. immigration FOR HUSBAND Fact That He N ever Re- ported Wife's Death Puts .Him in Bad Position New York, June they nliate with the club are requested to the family and visitors, left Df Newfoundland, while accepting'01" this department. Scud in your ap- Sdward Grev's explanations was early in the week, so you noon. This course will in all prob- ability be followed as it will tend to make the proceedings less tiresome to the children. The cadets will appear in the par- merchants. When the flags and med- !ade a.bout 100 strong. Three compan- will be presented was not de- cided but it is very probable that the flags wil] be given to the pupils before the parade so that each child will be able to carry one during the perform- ance. The sight of nearly 2000 thous- and children parading, each carrying ics will take part. It has been found impossible to get complete uniforms ihere by the 22nd but the coats and leaps have been ordered and the rifles land other equipment is expected al- most any time now. The finance com mittee will meet on Tuesday evening Union Jack as a svmbol of lovaltv, to make arrangements to finance the .-in HO a celebration. It is thought that tinn of t'ne declaration. Premier Mor- ris Sir Edward Grey's explanat of the opinion that in such matters the overseas dominions should be con- sulted if possible. Premier Fisher then asked leave to substitute for his original motion, a resolution to the effect that the dominions should be afforded an op- portunity for consultation when the government framed up the instruc- tion1: given to the British delegates at future meetings of the Hague conven- tions on questions affecting the Do- send lheir application lo the Editor may attend the club's next social event next Fridav. The second meeting of the Woman's Civic Club of the Lethbridgc- Board of Trade will be held in the V. M. C. A. auditorium next Thursdav af- nome. remain weeks. lor Mr. and Mrs. Beauclerk will at St. Andrews for Putting cleanliness in its proper re- lationship members of the Cal- officer at Coutts, is in the city today. ceive a report from the ex, and tells glowing accounts ibe.'aminl the contents of the victim's crops m the district along 'the bound-: ary. He says that tne expect to make so far this spring have been ideal, and'nttle Progress ..toward finding were never beaten in the history of the bath tub murder. Henry Scheib. husband of tbveyouny woman whose body was lying at least four months In the bath tub of an townships east of Coutts .and Milk Ri-; ver, are farther advanced than is usual at this season "of the year.'and the "prospect's "in" the sou'tiT are 'excel- east side flat before it was discover- lent for a burner crop; -Winter wheat De arraigned today. The find- Jooks especially fine and with another, ing of a 'half empty bottle of ether good rainfall in a couple of weeks, will 'in the bathroom where the assure a crop in the neighborhood of has added to the complications of the lorry bushels to the acre. ;case Regarding immigration from thej States, this spring Mr. Mair says that i phJrsicians differ as to whether the it is somewhat lighter this spring woman was dead 'before her body was gary branch of the Women's Canadian 'than -in previous years .but, this in the tub. In denying Scheip's :lub last week, decided to start an active campaign for an improvement of existing conditions. ternoon at three o'clock instead of in I A committee was appointed to see the evening as announced. The meet-' that the members of the club do all ing promises to be most interesting, in their to get rid of the much business flies and to see that all the bread is and as there under consideration everv woman who wrapped before being delivered. minions and be provisionally assented atter'dcci the first meeting is request-1 The good work was started bv Mrs the pro- cover the expenses arid a sub- scription list limiting the amount of each subscription to one dollar will be started next week. Altogether the plans are working out well and Coronation Day in Leth- bridge will be observed in a most pleasing and patriotic manner. UNIVERSITY ACCOUNTANT ROBBED OF LARGE SUM Minneapolis. June D. Bron, accountant of the State University, was robbed of by three men at 10 a.m. today. He had drawn the money from the Northwestern Nation- December, 190S, until February, 1909, in the rules of prize in naval warfare. The. object was to draw up a definite ai Bank for various purposes and was code, following the precedent of the taking it to his office in a grip sack, declaration of Paris of 1S56 for the He was stopped by a gun on the path purposes of the international prize to on being circulated among dominion governments. Similar cedure, the resolution set forth, should be used when tin.c and oppor- tunity permitted when preparing in- structions or. other international agreements affecting the Dominions. This resolution was unanimously passed. Sir -Joseph Ward then moved that the conference approve the ratifica- tion of the Declaration, but Premier Fisher of Australia, refrained from voting, saying it would compromise the position previously taken by Aus- tralia. The declaration ed to be present. Members the j C. A. Stuart, president of the club, various committees be appointed j who said it would be a patriotic act and plans for .the'year mapped out. j to have something done. The bread Also the advisability of opening com-j wrapping was introduced by Mrs. modious club rooms will be discuss- j Harold Rjley, after Mrs. Stuart's fly en. An able speaker has consented to j rapping attack. Miss Stewart then address the members, and two vocal- j wanted .to have the fruit and meat ists will add entertainment to the j protected which was offered for sale programme. The membership fee The stores, twenty-fire cents and those who wish Lethbridge women might well iol- is accounted for by the money string- application for release yesterday th'e ency across the line. He states laid stress on the 'fact 'that he t stringency four years ago, and there- thoush hls svldeace -adicated that fore it is imposible for people na- ,visJted the fiat several times to sell out and come get the ready money. to Canada However, "to'jafter' she 'lr- "will be ten days or two weeks before the analysis of lessening of the number of immigrants I the contents of the woman's stomach from the United States seems to be !j3 completed adopted at a nava! powers of London was conference of the chief held in London from leading from the end of Wash- ington avenue bridge to his office in Fullwell Hall. Bron reported the rob- bery to the Central station police. Of the was intended to be repaid to students who make de- posits for laboratory breakage at the beginning of the term. The remain- ing was intended to deposit with the State treasurer todav. W HAVE JUST RE- CEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT WATER FILTERS THE MOST WONDERFUL LITTLE MACHINES WE HAVE EVER SEEN FOR FILTERING WATER. THEY ARE VERY SIMPLE v AND CAN BE ATTAQHED 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 WON'T LAST LONG, AND THEY ARE HARD TO GET. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS WILL BE SHIPPED BY EXPRESS THE DAY RECEIVED Stafford-Agoew Co, court u> be established in accordance with one' of the conventions of the second Hague conference of 1907. The result was the present declaration of 1907. The result' was the present de- claration of London, signed by the representatives of Great Britain as well as those of other powers and now awaiting formal ratification by parliament. The declaration evoked to join the club are requested to bring their fees with them. The Westminster Epworth League entertainment was enjoyed by nearly low their Calgary sisters' campaign, for the conditions are just as bad here as in Calgary, and for the bene- fit of the public health the women of this city should insist on sanitary a hundred members and friends last conditions prevailing, and above all evening and the programme given for j that every article brought to their their entertainment was immensely enjoyed. A group oi amateur actors j door? be protected from the dust and flies. some strong adverse criticism in United Kingdom. the NATIONAL DRUG TO SELL SHARES MORE The annual meeting of the share- holders of the National Drug and Chemical Co., was held recently. The financial statement for the last busi- ness year was the best so far present- ed to the shareholders. The most in teresting reports were from the Na- Dru-Co and proprietary departments of the business. The former was es- tablished only eighteen months ago, and Lhs manner in which the drug trade and the general public have sup- ported the products of this depart ment has decided the directors to spend large sums of money in still 'urther advertising this important lino of medicinal and toilet, preparations. In order to continue the develop- ment of this department, and to keep pace with the progress of the country jby the opening of new branches, es- jpecially in the Wesr. the directors I have decided to dispose of 2.700 (shares of the per cent, cumulative j preference stock of The company at par. A large proportion of 'nese I shares have been taken up by the di- rectors. WILL LETHBRIDGE SIGHTS Arrangements Made for the Visit of Winnipeg Business Men When the special train bearing the (business men reaches the city on Monday morning they will be greeted by the reception committee of the Board of Trade and every mem- j committee wishes to particularly re- quest the members to be on hand to welcome these men, and it will add much to the effect of their visit if they will act on the suggestion. After the greeting there will be the j-ber of the Board that can possibly put in an appearance. The reception more than made up by the Increased immigration from. Great Britain. They are coming over in "u-oat loads and the only difficulty is that they do not seem to be properly distributed, car load after car load going to Vancouver, Ed- monton and Calgary and other cities where there is a glut on the labor market. To offset this tendency he thinks that the Dominion government should do something to turn the tide of immigration to the great North Country, the Peace River district, thus getting them on the land, which would be advantageous both to the immigrant and the country as a whole. The great difficulty encountered in bllo-ving, this suggestion is the lack of railways to that district. Speaking in connection with bis i own particular work, Mr. Mair said that he had turned back to the States during the last month at least 140 people, whom he classed as undesir- ables, being for the most part 'Aus- trians, Italians, and Greeks with little or no money, and people who would make poor citizens in any event. BIRMINGHAM FIRM COMPLAINS OF Birmingham, June A day started en Cowan's Cocoa is a day with a clear heaii and a steady a day full of snap and life. Cocoa nourishes the body. It is rich in food value and easy to digest. DO YOU USE COWAN'S COCOA? U oiit of town, write us." j MAKING LAWS TO GOVERN j AIRSHIPS IN FLIGHT I Paris, June first, internation- jal congress to consider aviation law, i which has been in session here for (several days, under the presidency ofi JAlexandre Miller, and supervisions ofi {posts and telegraphs ended today with (the adoption of several clauses of an (agreement, which will form the neu- jcleua of a code of the air. automobile trip lasting about two hours. All the automobiles will meet at the depot at ninfe o'clock when the procession will start. Although the itinery has not yet been definitely decided upon; the party will be taken out to f> from which point they can gain a good view of all the mines around the city. The mines at Leth- 'bridge and Taber will be the only coal mines the members of the excur- sion will have an-opportunity of see- ing in Western Canada and will be of much interest to the party. From there they will be taken out to the Experimental Farm and then out j through the country to inspect some (fields of winter wheat which should I be a revelation to the men from a spring wheat province. Returning to city the party will meet the differ- ent committees and for the remain- der of their stay will be entertained at the Chinook Club. j Among those who have already sig- [j .nified their intention of supplying au- itomobiles for the trip are: Mayor Ad- jams, P. L. Naismith, F. C. Lowes and Co., Alberta Securities Co., Dowsley- JMulhern Co.. George McLeod, F. A. Maxwell, H. J. II. Skeifch. Iowa-Alberta Co., Galvin and Hatfleld. Leth- ibridge-Weybarn. Realty Co.. C. W. .Gray. G. L. Vrooman. Pioneer Lumber ;Co.T F. E. Mason Land Co., C. B. Bcw- man. Hyde 'and Saunders, Dr. J. S. 'Stewart. T. S, Mackenzie. Macleod, Freeman Co. and E. E. Carver. TREATMENT Docker, of the Metropolitan' Wagon Co., says the Canadian government is guilty of very shabby treatment in re- gard to the contract for the new Que- bec 'bridge. Although their. tender was the lowest submitted, -the Can- adian government accepted- that of a Canadian firm whose tender wag of a type different from that requested and furnished by British firms. BIG STEAMSHIP IS TOTAL LOSS Buffalo, June steam- ship Northwest, owoied by the North- ern Steamship Co., burned early to- day at her dock at- tais city. With her sister ship Northland, she -wan being prepared for the opening of the season on the Great Lakes June 21. The lire is supposed to have been caused by an explosion of oil. The loss is estimated at The Northland was towed out of danger by a city fire tug. James Kelly died suddenly at We- taskiwin, while hauling gravel. LONDON GIRL GETS DIVORCE London, Out., .Tune Al- (exandcr was today granted a divorce from C. J. Alexander. It was a secret marriage. The husband secured an engagement in the land titles office at Winnipeg, but when his wife came and joj'tieu him, found that he had lost. it. Subsequently he told her that lie could no longer put up with her he eventually entered theatrical life. Thos. Kenny, a prominent lumber- man of Aylmer, Quc., is dead. The C.P.R. has ordered 550 steel underframe box cars and 400 all steel gondola cars. The Grand Trunk Pa- cific has ordered 45 locomotives, all orders being placed with Montreal firms. Now Is The Time To Buy That June Wedding Present R. A. Wright's Stock Is On Sale at 50c. 60c and 75c on the .f. FRESH OMATOES RHUBARB, LETTUCE, RADISHES. Cheapness in .price, excellence in quality. The two things you win iind in our NAVEL ORANGES They are sweet and juicy and easily worth 30c per doz. Sale price LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, STRAW- BERRIES. French Peas. per tin ......15c Cora. 2 tins ...25c Beans, per tin 15c Tomatoes. 3 tins Pumpkin, per tin 15c Brookfield Crearaery Butter, just receiv- ed another ship- Dairy Butter ..25c Cooked Hans, Swift's Premium. Sale price ........40c Pears, 2 tins .45c Raspberries, 2 for tins 45 Strawberries 2 tins .45c Peaches, 2 tins 46c Pineapple per tin 15c PHONE 515. SHERLOCK BLOCK COR. 7TH ST. 3RD AVE. ;