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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta "HE LETHBRinGR QftlLT HERALD FltllUY. JjUNE 5 1911 It Helps the Dinner to Pass Off Pleasantly When the Meats are Choice, Tender, Savory and Tempting. Your're sure of quality at DElANYsljMITED SIEAMER INI in I Conn, passengers from the WHATHUERTA WANTS FOR QUITTING V Cruz, Mexico, June 4 price Provisional President Huerta demands for his retirement is the les- aliiatioh-.of his official acts since iis appointment to the provisional presi- dency, according to advices from the capital today .This is said to have heen the pro- posal General Huerta authorised his delegates to offer at the mediation conference at Niagara Falls General Huerta is said to realize that he'has only a slim chance of win- ning out, but he is understood to be not to abandon, potter' adequate provision being made for the protection of his own for that of the men with whom he has surrounded himself ?he it is said, have insisted that no act of General Hderta's administration shall ever be regarded as .legal, and in this case Huerta foresees enormous fi- naricial losses who joined in the flotation of his loans, as well' as personal risk for the members of his cabinet, for the new -congressmen In-] prisoned, and the four thousand miner officials, and ever> citizen who "willingly or unwilllngl} aided bis government Colima Falls to Rebels On board U.S.S.' California, Mazat- Ian, Mexico, June capital of the state of that name, "and one of the most-important cities in south- western Mexico, has fallen Into the hanas of the Constitutionalists under General Alamillo, former governor of Colima, accordmg to offlr'a] 'nforma tion furnisned Admiral Howard late todav toy a Constitutionalist officer of supplies'for the belea-jured Federal garrison of ilazatlan, presented from discharging her freight todaj bj the dangerous fire of General Obre_ gon s Constitutionalist battenes The captain o' the vessel announced that be.-would-attempt tonight to run the Constitutionalist fire. SUFFRAGETTES CONTINUE THEIR RAVAGES ON HISTORIC OF WORSHIP ABANDONED BABE t DOCTOR ARRESTED Minn, June doned in the basement of a rooming bouse, a baby sirl "was taken last to the City Hospital, where it died three tours later, due to expos- ure and wounds. Dr. Harold Martin and .Bert Mor- den arrest .in connection with the child's death, and a third Is sought by the police Derby, Eng., June ancient and historic church at Breadsalt. dat- ing back to Gorman times, and con taming manv priceless relics, was de- stroved to fire during the night Sut those caused bv the bombs employed by the arson squads, were heard'before the fire.' A. short time ago a suffragette meetipg in the Til lage of Breadsalt TVHS broken "up ;by bovs and it is generally supposed that the women burned the church in re venge. Among things consumed by the flames was an .ancient chained Bible. The church register, dating back to 1573, was saved. iie 5 'I he stern lino steamer Northland, bounp for. New York and Portland, Maine, who went on shore on ...BartieU's Keef hist night, safelv landed in this cit> at 5 o'clock this morning and a halt hour latei started fui Hoston and Porllaiui on a, special train. The cap- tain and crux of the re mained' aboard their ship, which is in no danger, as the .wea- ther today is fair. The 'passengers, 75 in number, were brought to port to the Tasco, which had been summoned, by wireless .to the aid of the stranded vessel. The passengers were m a happy frame of mind hen thcv found themselves1 safely ashore. 'While in the stranded -Northland, the Em- j press of Ireland disaster so fresh in mind, thev were- in constant fear that another storm would come up and eni danger .their lives; The Northland grounded on Bart- lett's Reet, ten 'niiles southwest, of I here about -midnight last night. 'Ihert_Tiis_a. ioa Long Island Sound, arid, according to mem- bers of the crew "of. the tug -.Tascp, the Northland, for this reason, got 'too close to shore. There was, little alarm among the passengers, especi- allv after they learned that wireless signals for help had hee'n answered and a rescue was on the way When the Tasco reached the scene it was decided to transier ttie pass- engers as -'it "had been found tjiat Northland was damaged about" the how and that her forehcld tak- ing water. The Northland is a steel screw steamer built in 1910 at Wilmington for the Eastern Steamship company and .commanded -by Captain Bragg She is 304 feet long and has a gross tonnage of .SWAG WAS New York, N.Y., June men took 54000 today from two clerks of a Brooklyn -paint company, while their employers 'watched from a top storey 'window, ignorant of what was going on. YOLO; Can Tell by the DELICIOUS AROMi easily. Cowan's has a fra- grance that can be obtained only by Cowan methods. Selecting the finest cocoa beans, skil- fully bleuding and roasting them, remov- ing every trace of bitter shell handled from start to finish in a spotless factory each operation is a step toward the perfection of flavor and wholesomeness to be found only in COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA MAPLE LEAF LABEL ICc. LB.-AND I LE, TINS, Sold by all Grocers) THE COWAN COMPANY. LIMITED. TOf ONTO, CAN. on the financial side, and in tiie matter of membership, marks the report of the Presbyterian church in Canaila presented to the General Assembh in session here The financial statement shows that in 1913; was the amount raised for all of their churches as shown in the annual re- port to the General Assembly. This was an increase of over the preceding year. For the schemes of the church the amount ivas better than 1912, while 'for congregational purposes -was contributed, an Increase of The average contribution per fam ily for all purposes of the church is reported as being 533.20. The Presby- tery of Saskatoon heads the list with a contribution of per family, and per communicant. 'The budget for 1914 shows a total of as compared with 000. Dealing with the budget, the Board of Finance says in its "In a year of unusual financial stringency, the treasurer's statement shows an advance of in receipts for the budget from congregations a'Jone, ex- clusive of donations and otiher special amounts. Yet the average contribu- tion for the budget for 1913 was 5-'.76 per communicant only, or a little more than five cents per. week. More than half cf the membership'of the church gave nothing. St. John, N.B., June first session of the Royal Commission ap- pointed for the purpose of enquiring Into the charges preferred by L. A. Dngal, leader of the'opposition in tiie Provincial Legislature against Pre- mier Flemming and members of his government opened this afternoon. The charges allege the extortion by Premier Hemming ot large sums-of' money, in all about from lessees of Crown timber lands and the payment of sums of money to mem- bers'of the government by contractors before they received their contracts for the of Railway- The members of the com- mission are: Hon. H. A. McKebwn, of the Supreme Court, New Brunswick, chairman; W. S. Fisher, of Emerson Fisher, Lid., and Hon. W. W.'Wells, former judge of the' county courts ot Westmoreland and Alberta. No evidence was' taken today, as subpoenas for witnesses could not be Issued till, the court had convened. This step 'will'lie taken and tlio com- mlsslon.'tvlll adjourn until a later date wlinn-'he will'bo called. Some Saturday Bargains i i j p Worth Looking Into The Saturday Sales at this store aro ec'ilahih bringing llic crowds appreciate a good thing -when Hiey see it. The goods adverliso are always reliable ir war, taken from our regular stock, but marked down to rock bottom bale prices to increase tlic Saturday busi- ness. LOOlv OYEE THE LIST P.REPAHED FOB YOU TOM.OKROW 300 Satin Petticoats Sel- ling as low as Any popular' color desired, such as tango. King's blue, navE. emerald green, royal purple and Jlade with flue accordion pleated eight inch trill. These should all go oat Saturday yg Sale I Long Lisle Thread Gloves 45c For 65c Qualities 21 inch fine Lisle Gloves in tan, giey, black and lUiite V Saturday bargain at Cotton Drill Suiting 121-2c For regular 18c values This is :i cloth suitable for .Middies, Boys' Suits, lilouses or in navy, butcher, alicc and also white. Quantity is limited 50-get wimt- you rentlire early. On sale 4 91 ft Saturday at I 1-2 W Wos. Silk Lisle Hosiery 3 pairs for A fine Quality Lisle Stocking in black only, a regular 50c To cleat the line Saturday at 3 pair for 9 I A Clearing Oat of High Grade Voiles and Muslins Saturday all 35c, 45c and SOc values at one price 25c 30 patterns to select from, pretty colorings, fast th e. -i ri i -i fill 1 _ i They come in elieeks. stripes and flor.il designs. Wash Dress stntl bargain of the season. The Lest 25 Save on the Little Things New Coatings, Just to Hand to Beauty Pins, ead Shell Barrettes, .each Splendid Pearl Buttons, 3 for Large Hair Nets, 10 for Best quality Safety Pins, card Fancy Lawn Handkerchiefs, each Dome cards Lace Dress Collars, each .50 25c .So ,5c .60 .20.0 In Muc and Ian shades, good materials, ACIJ suitable for Summer Coats. Come in and look them OA cr, Suits and Coats at Less Than Manufacturers' Prices To clear the "balance oi our Spring and Summer Suits and Coats, of'tei youi choice at almost half regular prices. Suits at to Coats to You should look into these .Bargains in Ready-to-wear GIP1-S''NEW MIDDIES WOMEN'S CAMBRIC CORSET WOMEN'S WHITE BLOUSES i1 SI.00 88c BOYS' BATHING SUITS 45c BOYS' WASH SUITS S1.75 GIRLS' WASH DRESSES S1.35 THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. Pittsburg, Pa., June two persons' dead and a dozen injured, as a result, of last night's motor cycle ac- dentJie're, Coroner Samuel Jamieson today. began a careful investigation of motor-cycle raci'rig iri Pittsburg. Archer Armstrong :of New York, whose machine jumped the track and dashed among the crowd, to he injured beyond hope of recovery, and Wm. P. Tanderberry of Philadel- phia, another racer, was so seriously hurt that hospital.-doctors would cot venture the opinion that he 'would get well. Of the spectators who were hurt, it was'aaid that'all would recover. Charles S. Hubbard, director of Public Safety, threw a guard of po- licemen around the motordrome where the accident, occurred, and closed the place until details of the accident had been investigated.- Races had been" advertised for tonight and Saturday. __.__ DOMINION MEAT MARKET Satur Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs per dozen Fresh Made No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter per pound PHONE 1654 Corner 4th Avenue aind 6th Street South ;