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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, 1012. THE DAILY HERALD ors Your Enjoyment of a Visit to This Store Is made greater by the unfailing courtesy you receive, it, is orie.of the rocks on which our business is built. A full stock of the lat- est magazines ,a we'll chosen. selection of latest magazines, a well chosen selection of books and the latest designs in stationery are carried here. COME IN AND INSPECT OUR STOCK The :Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone S55 i.d Avenue S. MAYOR EVANS NEW BISHOP CHURCH AT RAYMOND DIVIDED INTO TWO CONGREGA. TION8 IMPOSING SERVICE L. D. KING AND JAMES WALKEFU WERE SELECTED AS HIS COUNCILLORS Raymond, June i. I'aving been authorized by the first pt tlie Church ol Jesus Christ of Latter )ay Saints, President II. S. Allen of the Taylor .Stake, with his coun- sellors, Elders Theodore Urandley and II.. Snou', tiividcd the town of Raymond into two ecclesiastical vards, to be known as "the Raymond ist and Raymond second v.'ard, at he regular afternoon service last Sunday. Elder .1. W. Evans, Jirst onnscllor to Hishop was ailed to the position of bishop oi he newly created ward, with Elder L. D. King as his first, and Elder ames Walker as his second counsel- or. Tho first ward will still continue ntlcr the jurisdiction of Bishop An- MAJESTIC THEATRE CONSTANCFCR A WLEY Ann nun LUHUUN PLAYERS, including MR. ARtHUR MAUDE, In A SOCIAL DRAMA "THE BROKEN LAW'; "A of unusual merit superbly played by Miss Crawley and her company." Montreal (larette "In this play Crawloy may be claued with living, Bernhardt, ifnd Montreal Mlio Crawley en route to and pliy. Lethbrldae w h and has met with unparalleled succetk throughout thli; her first Canadian tour. Majestic Theatre Sherman-Cleveland Opera Co. PEOPLE 25 PEOPLE TO-NIGHT A Stubborn Cinderella Prices, 25, 50, 75, SOME PERSONALS FROM BUSY LILLE Lille, June 4 Constable Thomas .h'as relurneiU from a week's drill it jVlacleod. The Lille Football teai.i plavel lilairnpre, at.Blairniore Wcdnebda) I-iIIe 1iad a strong' team, hut mil thcii Wntoiloo, Bianmore the 2 to 1. Kol'crt Griinth lost his horse hv on Tuesday Constable Pearcy, -uho reliev BEATS THE UNITED STATES MORE HONORS FOR 6IN PILLS im HOI-VOKE, MASS, TJ S A. Haying taken two boxes of your GIN PILLS, they relieved me 10 much thit I am quite tho results. I gave an order to my araggist about three weeks ago to send me eome more Nothing has come yet and I had to borrow a box from a hdy friend who is also using PILLS, I none left and am yon Jr 50 for three tvlnch I would you lo send at once us I am not quite so well when I am without GIN AGATHE VANESSF I Gin Pills must be good when people In Massachusetts send all the vay to Toronto to get them. There is nothing like Gm just the same or just as good. Don't accept substi- tutes if j'ou value your health and -R int to be cured of Kidney and Bhddcr Trouble, or Rheumatism. Insist on haung Gin Pills, joe a 6 for j! 50 Samplefreeif jouwntcNatioml Drug Chemical Co of Canada, Ijmiied, Dept A D Toronto. 92 ing Constable Thomas; has returned to Macleod. II B Timeline mado a flung mil to I.ethhnclgo Arthur Jacobs has. gone to Lexh hudge for a da; s Snvdcr is leaung (ot Pocohon Its, where he will charge of the n edical and hospital v ork at the wining center. His departure be legrettul In a host ot friends The two sen ices at the Lille church on the, last 'Sabbath -were cs- pccialh (5001! 1 wo able sermons ielivered The topics being "Thou ihalt ami are the salt 01 the earth." L C Gelling in in I illc this ncrk Reserve telephone line. (rillebpie, of Pinchcr Creek, v.tb 'isiting here last '.Wednesday Sirs L II Putman and Miss r Pngland stopped at Lille Monday al- ter an enjoyable the Cole- inan trail from Coleman: Harn Mckai and 0 B timeline from Williston, North Dakota are visiting the latter's brothei at the Lille Hotel. K Cr Foot spent seicial das blast week it his usual duties- ,n the cj- pacitv 01 mining engineer at this town. It Green uas up on hoisehik Sun day, from Blairrhore. 'I lie third of Tune ttas ohsencd a a general holid-n hnrr, all the busi ness houses being closed for the daj A PREACHER-POLITICIAN DEAD Campbellford, lime R B Denike n. superannuated Jlethodis minister and former loeio of this toun and once a Liberal candidate in Bn-t jNorthumberlanri is dead LOOK! Now is the time to Buy Accessories AVe carry a Complete Lino in (lie following: Battery Connectors, Number Brackets, Patches, Chamois Polishing Cloths, Tubo Bags, Spark Plug Pumps, Rubber Cenienf, Chains, Batteries, Spark Plugs, Rubber Tub- ing. Also ioinombci wo aic AgcuiA for tie i-ius- sell, Maxwell and Il'upmobilc. A demonstration given any Cure. Call up 588. H.D.Henderson Garage Cor. 6th St., and (Jth Avc. Phone ,588 J. W. EVANS Mayor of Raymond, and: Bishop.elect of the new ward of the Latter Day Saints Church In that town derson, counsellors' ivill he De- lected in tuo time, tins being on account .of. the elevation of Mr Evans to-the office ot bishop The mneung possihlj the est and niott rcprcsentatr. e that ho cier betn held in Raymond, of the sessions of the stake come encei The large meeting house ctOMilcd long before tho assembla: called lo order, the nature ol tl injr liauns been known for nvei neet I'romptlv at Uo o'clock Hibl op Aiulerson announced the opemn lymn, and after tho usual prelipin aries, President Allen spoke. Coming to the matter of a bishop 'resident Alien sanl that, after TIUC onsultation and coirespondenc" he first presidency of the chinch ,i ?ait Lake, they had selected a nan loi the of the people I'lie pie sitting in tl.e centre of building, being those that belong >t' dlfer.nt that is both then ,ome." and extremely Innny fm keep im FROM FIELD TO added attraction-which is both novel and Interesting to both .yoras and old W W W W anl and those to the in the cond MOUNTED POLICEMEN IDIANS F. W. Davis of Brooks Done to Death by Redmen who are Supposed to Heyve Been' Drinking-Arrest- ed and Taken to Calgary (W. A. P. Report.) Medicine Hat, line 4 of gun and cartridge bejtr? and horae missing, the lifeless body of Mounted Policeman Fiank W Da vies, of Biooks, with a bullet through his heart, ivas found on the trail last night, miles southeast or Southesk Two Indians and a half- breed were arrested late last night, and are now charged.with the murder or me omcer. -A party of ffloirwork- Ing tor llio Southeill Alberta Land going to. Southesk last evening, when they came upon the body of.the office! Ijing on the tiall. The body was still and he had been dead onlf a short time They immediately hurried to Southesk, wid an alarm was sent to .-the Bassano headquarters of the police They hui- ried to the scene, and soon rounded up the two Indians and the half breed, charging them with the murder .of the. officer The section patrolled by the red officer is upset as a result of the crime, and feeling against tho murderers runs high. Davies was most popular through- out the town Pnoi to starting out on hat has proved to he his last casa, le had been around the town Joking and talking to the boys, ;wlth whom e was a universal favorite. Just at L.. D. KING Of Raymond, elected as First Coun. Illor to Bishop-elect Evans. Mr. Kino also the new poitmaster at Ray- mond our undivided support, as tills li ot .tr.I impor'aricy i[ your ward should grow ami flourish. The name. hava scleoied is that of Brother lame? 11 ,ur. Wiiuii, unu as counsellors Brother L. and lirothcr James Walker. Each gentlemen were vot- ed on separately hy the people, and were acceplcd without u dissenting vole. They will not receive their or- dinations until sornn of (he authori- ties of the church, one or two of Iho posdcs, lomt rioin Kail I.alc Citi, lo. atlcml lo this work. 1'or Uo the uflkcii jj, the)