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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, -lime rnr LKTHJJRIDGK DAILY IIKHALI> Page LAST TWENTY-FOUR LJRS FINAL will long be remembered. Early morning trading is advisable to facilitate the serving of the vast crowds. Success is ours, and we I N D U P without doubt succeed in getting tlie required amount. Remember, Saturday nigbt at _____ 10 tbe banners come down and colored tickets off. Well posted buyers bave but to read to find cause for exultation in tbe many rare opportunities to save. Men's Clothing iicn's Suits, pure wool, designed for service, comfort: not values, but suits liaie wen telling at J12.50 10 Reorganization Price Jleaiember, >our unrestricted choice of any suit In Many cluslre 1913 styles. Why to fiO-00 elsewhere. Now JBIU40 T Trousera: KogliBh WbJiiwrds and Fancy Weaves; former price 53.00., Now and 15.00 valuta: Now (S.EO and HOO jj Xov f! 86 Tallies go ard CHICK GLASS Regular Joe; Price BLEACHED DOMESTIC COTTON Regular 12c: each VICTORIA Rot-alar 97 U) Regular 30c; Sain I'rico I I Summer Dress j j Fabrics j (remiine Sooth, regular 1 CRUM'S ENGLISH 10c MS 1 O adi Iteguijr tallies; 1 9 16 20c ORESS Regular 20 and lie values -I C n Sale Price, per; ard..... I STRIPED DRESS Worth 3So per vard; Sale Price.............. WHITE DIaereal paltwifs; regular 35e yard; Sale Price COTTON Pretty designs; 25c values, OAn Sale- Price. ner janl CUC Free Friday Morning AT 9 O'CLOCK SHAflP m oruer to adO to early worn- ing shopping. To tho first 20 era purchaslug ?1.0'J or is groatlr in- Itereitcd In "the special Icaturo iifopos- for the Wg exhibition this ken'-up ivith each in liic exnlbH i- -tola central space tba Industrial exhibits building is cat apart for thpo manuTaclurersi who' >ave to thdr opportunity, mil hmve' all the. space. In Mnna'gor Jack Is ilie'ailV caBtliig lift for reore space for'thls fealnro lihlcb will be ol particular IntereEl. If-tV.e plana work oat, UMtois to tlie Lxnitltlon eeo many things tnaile- on Ehon-. .Thoyr may how some of them arc made. Tho factories 'arc Ehoiv cliars In (he making, but it will Inip'riPJblo ,to sbow e'ltrytning in Munilrtlcs, pl.ming mllU hrirV yard's other will rftcd ly atlr.ictivo illapliyfi nlll' the bulliUig morfi a Kjnlre of attraction than oi'cr. BALKAN POWERS SEEM DISPOS- ED TO SCRAP OVER PICK. INGS FROM WAR MEETING TONIOHT All those InlcrcMcu in the iiaBslng life on Monday, June not fail to hear Mayor Xarnio nd Coiomksionev Tracy at the meet- Ing Oi the N'orth Lethbrldfe'e rslepnyera lonlgbl, In Herxinsn's Hal! The pass- Ing bl this hjlaw (a of vital Import- Itiicr, lo every anl citizen In and every cffo.'t on thn jOf the loters eho'iM lie directed rd'! Us BHICPU.' Those altemlhi? 1 he'nioctine tonight nlll hiar nVoui It Irdrn'men who Know, Jandon, June ni inakioi; for the cabir.ot of Bul- garia may lie more bellicose than, trm previous one, late reiwrls Indicate that Premier Oeuiliptt refisned ha- cause of Irritation atipiro. In military and rolllii-al circlfB over rils conccs- alona to Greece and Ssrrla. Anoller thre.itenini5 feature Js the groyilng In- dication thnl lloumania is backing B-jlC'irln. and diplomats beliere that Honnmila has already offered to Join vMi rjnlgarla in case of war. Greece and Bulgaria have agreed In principle lo her claims lo Sal- oniW, to the sir'greit Powers, but Greece nanls the triple, Great Hrifaln, Trance and settle the dispute. A detiialcli lo ihe Daily Telegraph from lincharcit, tays Itat the cabin- ots of all lire Balkan States are pre- paring lo Iciuirs ihe tangled aifnirs ill Ihe'hands of the no'.v ernnients CULTIVATE ALFALFA TO GET THE SEED l WERE POOR BUT DRUNK Pal Hanin, filar for tbft Crown caste of Rot VE Alkiii- son, Smith anfl Tainlcy, %na sufnclcui- ly flobcrcd 3 30 jcslordiy afternoon lo go on the ?latd in the District Court lo giro evidence against [he trio, charged with theft from person. The rcs'jraert all day, and at the time ol going to press ailll A. Smllh, for thfi defence, called each of HIP acrnscd Jn tdrtr evidence brtngglng out that lTie> were Ifthorhig men who tad land- ed iii Jxrthbiidgc'wiih litllo money in their pochch. and Hint ihnlr rnn-ln ttith tho police the result of loo fniimate an acquaintance John How to get a bay crop, as well as the seed out of one season's growth of alfalfa, is Mr. KalrflolH of the experimental farm is trying to work O'Jt. In order lo do this it is neces- sary lo cul t'ic first crop early, mak- ing ft into bay, aoil allowing iho sec- ond crop to mature for seod, _____ Mr. Fslrfleld advJsts the firet nop the first In June, so as to give the second crop ample llmo to mature, H Is a qiiesllon in Mr Falrfield's mind, whether tho is long en- ough to permit the maturing of the second crop, and that 3s what the es- Trcriment Is designed to solve. The crop is in rowg, Ihree feel and although tbe hay crop Trould not be exceptionally heavy, it would bo Bnfticiently to warrant cutting, and would >ield that ttoiiid otherwise be losl. Tlie esjisrl- cient Imolves a nine )ear rotation, and Is being conducted on non-irrigat- ed land. The alfalfa tlie irrigated land i3 in fine shape and TV HI be ready for the cutting In about a neck's lime. Apple trees and pl.inls aio In fiili bloom al tho faira, and heavy yields are piomlecd. LAUREATES BODY WAS CREMATED Jxindon. June bodr o[ Alfred Austin, Ihe poet laureate, who died on Monday, nas cremated at Goldcr's Gieen. today, any ccremoDy. lly pernii5ELOn of King Dcorge a memorial service was helil In the St. James' Palace, at the same hour, and wns attended by tbe inemhera of ibe Austin family. A. D, CAMPBELL JOINS THE C, P. R. STAFF Calgary, June V. Camp- bell, formerly of the Uomlnlon need branch here, and who was recently hy Hon. Dunran MarshiU to head the Claresholm school of agri- culture under tho provincial govern- ment, has accepted a position as as- slstanl lo Dr. J. (1. Itutherford. super- intendent of ngrkuHure and animal husbandry of the department of Nat- ural Resources of the C. I', II., commenced bis dulic's la that jcslerday. TIIH FABMHHS BANK VICTIMS T'O WAIT PREMIER BOROEN PROMISES AN- NOUNCEMENT TOMORROW WHICH IS GIVEN IN ADVANCE -luce Borden statcil In the House this morning in ropl> to a question that he wo'jld maV-'e a eUlciucat as to what dono lor tho Farmers Hank de- positors tomorrow moming. It Is gen- erally unrtorslood that no assistance be this yaar but a siate- ment will made that something