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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, .Tune 3. 1013 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD HOUSE- OF COMMONS WORKING, HARD EYE ON PROROGATION Oitaiva, Juno 3.-The house ol com- mons mate a clean-up of a majotit) 0 Canada Day At The Bay To-morrow Mrs P. J. Canada under -ihich it ,is proposed to' add land not nt for agriculture lo soinc ol tbs reserves and iflKc miduuyu jui in. r. otvay some'good agricultural land tenQ ss dele Irom others. No serious objection gatc from Westminster W'.M.S. w'as'lahn to the hill uy Ihe opposl- t Licit "an ghen a second read- iion'vinni .liit) gi'tji t. ing anj pasied throush the- commit- rs afternoon for Medicine Hat to ;at- Mrs. R. J. Uordon Iflt this mprn- S. W. M. V. p jTotal number oi hospital days lelt th's (or Whcn the bill to provide lor a wire- less service, across the Atlantic was taken up at, a lale hour lion. Ro- [lulphc Lcmleur occe advocated Elec a state owned cable. He doubted iilnho ing for Salt Lake City. Sfcs will be t olher absent a month and'-svilV olher cities as well bciore' returning. much relief would he given 1} the pioposed contract with- the British syndicate. Hon. H. Pelletier was more op- timistic and predicted satisfactory results from the arrangement. Mr. C. R. Yuill, oi ilason and Yulll :ical Engineers, of Vancouver, jppnt a few days wilh his bro- ther, Mr. T. E. Vuill, en route home from Calgary, has gone to Vemon. Mrs. C. E. Brandow'lcft, today to attend the provincial W. M. S. con- ference at -Medicine Hal, as delegales from Wesley Women's Missionary so- ciety. Mrs. T. Quayle will go to- XutatiM ..of. operations under gerferal anaesthesia........... Number ol patients licated in outdoor departmeirt Number ol dressings in outdoor department Number of hospital calls The hospilai wishes 437 17 Jii Si 10 46 ambulance 22 to acknowl- edge with thanks the following con- tributions referred "duras ths month: Mrs. Macbeth and Mrs. J. E. Procter. Th: Hospital Ladies .Aid. Oce bolt, of curtain muslin The Hospital Ladies' Aid. One dozen night dresses Tic Hospital Ladies' Aid. -Floueis The Hospital Flower ftOADMASTER WOSLYNG BRINGS IN SAMPLES TO CONVINCE DOUBTING THOMASEB Winter 'twenty-four itches In height, is the recordfin the Sprinj Coulee district.' mailer of the C.P.U., visited the Cardston district joslerday and rc- lifrned with'.' a, .sample ol winte wheat taken' from the farm ol G. L between Spring Coulee am JIagrath, and it measured two feet, above ground. Guild. A. FORGIB, Lady Supt- Miss 1'oole, of Wakefield, QuehM, who lias been for the past year with her sister, Mrs. H. M. WWddington, eaves tonionow for Kdmonton, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Green. _ Hrr. E. J. Hill and daughter; Flor- ence, ari. expected home from Toron- to about the twenty-stcond of the MADE-IN-CANADA TRAIN is staying in our city from four o'clock till eleven o'clock this evening, and doubtless the majority of our citizens will view with pride and interest the splendid prodiids of onr up-to-dnlc and equipped home in- dustries. 1 f "liny tit homo" is a good slogan for the ordinary citizen, then "buy in Canada" is an equally good one for the iiieirlnuil, and this store's policy, when making its purchases, is that values heing equal, to give the preference in every instance to goods iladc-in-Oanadu. tomorrow only, we have selected a few lines of Made-in-Cannda goods from each department, and have put the prices so much" below the ordinary that we an- ticipate a .sharp and decisive response from all shrewd buyers. Come early if you if not, come any time during the day and we can assure you that you will have no cause to regret, but on the contrary every reason to bc pleased that you responded to the extraordinary savings effected on your purchases. Made-in-Canada Brussels Stair Carpet Made-in-Canada Linoleums ,Tvro pieces only, heavy quality yam dyed'Brussels Stair Carpets In lisnisome Oriental designs. Green or crimson ground. 2T inches nice; tUcctlvo double borders; ?1.50 tallies on Wednesday Extra heavy quality and'thorougbly seasoned printed linoleums In a splendid range o! Tile Floral and Matting designs ,and in ewry wanted color effect. On 39C Wednesday, per yard r ft Excellent conditions prevail in the south country.. and no want of mois- ture is lelt in any district around Cardston. Spring wheat ii eight to ten inch- es above ground, and alfalla is equal- ly advanced. A heavy rain, which extended from Taber nearly to CoaldaleT- was reported this morning. Conditions immediately adjactnt to I.ethbridga arc not quite BO good, many points reporting that rain would bo welcome, though no crops are su Her ing. CANADIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION MEET month, liavergal closes lor fh.e sum- mer on Ihe sixteenth, so that'Flor ence will commence her vac. tion on tfiat date. Mrs. Calgary, is giving a reception til? afternoon at a quar ftr .to five, at Bishop's court, 181 First street easl, for all o the Woman's Auxiliary, the cit clergy and their wives and all those who are so kindly offering hospital- ity to the visiting inembcrs. i Among the delegates are. represent- ;tves Irom SJ. Augustin's and St. ypiian's churches. A jolly party ot joung people pic- Ickcd at.ihe ritcr bpltora this af- ernoon. Games and amusements of arious kinds were in order, a boun- teous picnic supper being sa import- nt feature. The- picnickers included MOTION FAVORING ACTION-LEAD- ING TO UNION OF ,THE WEST- CHUFJ'CHES' tie- Misses Canning, Simpson, ADD 'atteson, Downer, JIacleod, KogersJ Frctmnn, and Messrs. Canning, nob- risont Oliver; Power and Toronlo, Jurie Canadla Press In Ita SSth annua meellng. was given the freedom ot th Q'ty at the opening' of W .IE morning by the Mayor. The convention spends today an' tomorrow in dlscuKlon of problem which present themselves In varioj phases of newspaper publication, a tor, which they will lake-a hollday Xo'rthern Ontario, on a visit to th mining country. H: H. Donly, of Ihe Slmcoe Reform er, was elected president hy'acclama- ntlon, nd W. II. Bone first vice-presi- dent. 'arsons. Elite l.elhbridge was out en'masso at Ihe Majcsllc Theatre list evening o witness the presentation of "The Prince of the large audi- ence being a very representative ons. A distinctive feature- wis the thea- tre party, given by Mr. Harris, .Mr. Barnsley and Mr. Harmon; compli- mentary to lllss Audrey Nealc, wb.o was naturally tho ccnlre ol atten- tion, in'vietv of hcr-marriage tomor- row to Mr. Arthur Bayard Smttb. Medicine Hat, June S.-That'- the people oi the West are not .willing to have any unnecessary delay in bring- ing about the union oi the'- 3Ietho- dist, Presbyterian, and Congregation- al churches was amply demonstratsd by the resolution whuh was intro-. duced into the Methodist ConferVcca this allernobn, being moved by Mr, W. Hunt, of Calgary, and second- ed by llev. C. H., of. Red I Deer. The' resolution reads fol- lows "That-whereas church union among Methodists, Presbyterians.and Congregationalisls has now been dcr discussion for several years, and whereas looking forward to that un- ion, cooperation has been most effec- tive and satisfactory in many places, and whereas at the present lima thcfe seems no longer to be any iced or advantage of distinguishing de- nominational lines iu 'western Can- ada be it resolved that this Alber- ta conference memorialize the general conference special committee to take such steps through the various churches courts as will lead to the immediate establishment oi a united church on the, proposed basis (in Can- Ladies', Misses' and Children's Dresses, all Made-in-Canada, up to Regular Values, on Wednesday for 100 In ail-especially selected for this event from our large and varied slock for their special fallibility for Immed- iate needs Th re are and Mt.s.l, Dresses V.I. Lace, trimmed Ma Embroidery also some smart In colored Muslins, cheeked and GlnBbasns-comnlete range of sizes from small children s J.J up to ladles 41 b-JBt All on tale Wednesday Made-in-Canada Summer J31ankets Extra large or .double bed size Flannelette Blantt'eta, fn. a soft and downy or" wWla' 'with ieat or blue borders. An exceptionally Batlsfylng rearing'ijeallty. On 4Q Wednesday, per pair I Made-in-Canada Sample Combs manufacturer's complete sample ranee 'of Fancy Combs, Bide Combs, Bareltes, Bau- deaui. Back Comb's, etc., over 500 In all, no tiro alike, rcprCEenls a factory's complete oulput. Some' slightly damaged, nogular values, up to ?2.50 each. On Wednesday, only.............. o 25c Made-in-Canada Hats For Men The celebrated Fltwell, fine fur felt hats, made In all the newest and. most wanted shapes, and come In black, fawn, grey, ollte, etc. Sizes to Sold reg- r ularly nt {2.50; on Wednesday ada, ivest ol the Great This motion, loosing to the forma- tion o! a united church in M'esltrn Canada, was referred io the memor- als committee and will come up ior discussion loaiotrow. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES TO FETE KELLERS OF REAL ESTATE Baskaloon, June was decided to give the al.v. hundred real cslali men who will visit Saskatoon alter their monster contention in August al Winnipeg, a luncheon and aulomo- bile dihc arour.d (he city uhen they strive here, at a meeting ol fhicily council anil the local real estate board this morning. Tha visitors !D Saskatoon Irorn ssven in tfie inprninj; ua.til eight at night. J-'vrry automobito in the city will be ilnett up 'to them and It is' planned to make the day. a gala one In Saskatoon. COMMISSION AT THE HAT Medicine Hal, Juno Hall- way Commission ni-rtied hero Ibis morning Irom Winnipeg, (o consider dlfpute between tho C. P. II. ani llio city, as 10 bearing the cost of Mrs. H. M. tthidd.nglon "wlll'tc In charge ol Band at 4.15 tomorrow afternoon. The basketball game between SI. Mary's ar.d Knoi; learns, tihicli was schcilnled for lliis evening, has been cancelled. Wesley choir will meet for rehear- sal on Friday evening, when it is es- pecially important that every mem- ber bc present. J Moose Jaw and Saskatoon to Have Made-in-Canada Suits for Men In Canada we havo factories out Men's Suils taat for quality, style, fit and finish are the equal of any made In any part of the slobe.' selected some 50 suits from oar best sell- ing n'lmbere in grey and brown worsteds and sizes; regular up to values on for Made-in-Canada Shoes for Men, Women and Girls MEN'S TAN CALF Fancy stitched wells, medium Equaro heel, nob toe, perforated tip and counter. The special II. B. C. shoe. Stas 6 to 10'i. Regular 51.50 per pair. On Cfl only WOMEN'S VICI Bracher 'cut, palent tip with fancy design quarters, medium Cuban heel, short vamps- slzea 2K to 7. flj QC I g. IS; Wednesday GIRLS' BLACK Blucher cut patent tip, spring -heel; sizes 8 to values, Wednesday probibly II BE ,rrow. m THE ABOVE LINES ON SALE FOR CASK'ONLY WEDNESDAY ONLY BE SURE TO BE HERE. THE Made-in-Canada, Groceries VINELAND FRUITS AND1 VEGETABLES IN ASSORTED CASE LOTS In sanllnry cans. 24 caps e fisr.h nt Tnmntnps. assorted as follows, 6'cans each of Tomatoes, Cream Com, SUndard I'cos and Golden co nn Wan or Refugee Beans; Wed. per case CANNED Sanitary tins, and are pack- ed in heavy syrup, case of 24 tins In any quan- tities you may desire of Iho following Raspberries, Strawberries, Cherries, Green rlilms and Bart- 25 lett Pears, on per case Blue Label Catsup, per battle LlbbV's Catsup, per bottle 31t> Bags Table Salt, 6 for Lily White Syrup, 5lb tin for.......... 15c. 25c, Me. Hudson's Bay Stores VISIT OUR TEA A DEL10HTFULLY COOL AND RESTFUL SPOT- LIGHT ICE- CREAM, ETC., AT A MERE NOMINAL CHARGE. (Contir.lieo from Iront an soon as the house rises the com mlltee will cease to exist. Mr. Brad- bury agreed Io have the report rest so as to conform with Ihc rules of Iho house. No More Bills Sir Wilfrid Taurler szJd that a sLitc- me'nl had'been promised ment jiau uevn luwiuiacu Jllss llalpenny .read A deeply lo come before lite hous- (houghllul. and praclical paper en beforo prol.ogaljon. Would there bo at the consecration og of Wesley Er.worl.Ii league last. ..There vvm bc nolhtriB apart from evening. Mr. Vrrkert was in charge. few San o Wesley church or, Juno lOlh by ask4i l( ,he six months EiceUlor Jlale Lhoir A Stan concert will ho given in Mr. They will be brought by Messrs. Ucorgo Mittord, 0. E. Flem Pelts ahd .-MaWougan. Mr. Sloan will act anil altogether the promises to be a vety excellent ote. Members of Ihe Ordor of Iho East- ern Star are reminded of Ihc regular mcellng of Maple Chapter, Xo. 7, tonlghl, In [ho Masonic Temple, at 8 p.m. sharp. This Is Ihe final meeting prior lo the Rummer vacation, and vlilllng members be hearllly vet- j }J w comed. had cot expired, lion. T. W. CVothers the'six months expired on 6th, bill nolh- ing itefinilo had been by Ihe com. pany. lie had 'been Informed, how- ever, lhat the company had made .Winnipeg, June. 2.-Tho Canadian Narlbern Railway's summer service, Involting a numbor-of'.Impprlacl changes, becomes effMllvo on Sunday next. Taking advantage of tho dlrcc1 access obtained Into tho hcsrt ol Duluth, Minn., a sew standard express day tialn, with observation cars, wll suppletnenl Ihe present night train botfwc.jn, making close, conneeilh with the cinnpany.'s Wstern (rains Wlcnlpeg, and with Ihe Sl'Fjiul, >fln-i neapolit and Chicago Railway Cul- u'th.' t In addilion lo the Cspitil preis, which will remain a new Brindon filwdaTd ;ejjress wit! put oni leaving lost 'city it 8k, returning from Winnipeg al 7.J5k. The Albtrli evpfeas leave nlpeg lor SasMlooh and 21V'-arriving in Winnipeg at ,19 d.ill'y'1 Service 'on the' (loose brir'ch will he oxferidtd lo. Altask Wynyard, Sask., Juae S.-Vilhjal- reur Slefanson arrited hero at roon yesterday lo visit, his mother and brolher. H'.was intention to leave for (he coast this morning, but as all arrangemenls lor a public tc- ception and banquet had teea made for, today, ho remains here till Wed- nesday mointrig.' DOBOTrlY NEVILLE'S WILL London, June will of Lady Dorothy who died on March SI, at the ue of 87, pro- itted She left an ecttte valued Udy Seville'was sulhor of "Early VlelOrlantMem- during her'life wielded gre'lt in the English social and political world." that Ibc company imuui y..... changes In the form of It, Tease, With Mining nd da ly. He was looking inlp the sowo changes In tlic form ot iw leases wnn of machinery lo the makers of be Inaugura e d landing, wa EXTORTING HUSH MONEYTHE CHARGE Saslatoon, June 3. Atnold S. Saunders, a yotnj" clerk came up In the- supreme court assizes this morn-. j Ing charged with having' intimidated number of wealthy Chinamen in 'the city and with having attempted to blackmail them. He slated in let-., j lets ol black hand language that he '.was a detective and if they wished to continue gambling they would have- to pay him tor the protection. case will be continued this aftet- CARPENTERS SIGNING. UP Toronld, June to I dlcations few days will Me so many contractors signed up that the great majority of the striking carpenters will bs able to return, to work. Tir. rVFFROB OF JAPAN t Who It very.III.with not to recover. 'All the theatres, amuifment have been clned 111 day1 In Wt honor. Ma.- FUNERAL I Calgary, funeral ol jj-'.n Breckenrldge.'ths wolf kconn .''way and irrUalion coniraqtor of i clly took Wily o.t 2 o'clocV, from his la.le funeral MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hal, June build Ing reltrrns for May total Kor May last year tbo total was 410. was one of'lh.a' largest h'as'beln held In Calgary 'or some fine. Tne [lag flew at on city hall today in memory of Mr. Breckctrldge. To keep tea It I' ehsolutely ncces-ary that it should be hennetl- "aled because of Us great sen- sea jltlvenesi air almosijhere. SaUdi" Tea That la a a ed in sealed lead packets. ;