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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlmrsilay, .Tune THE ttftfiALD VafeT For Friday and Saturday We are showing Home' very pretty. V'qraiir clali Chairs luul-'Eockcrs, Grass Rugs and Mats- just you will .nood when the hot days, of summer come to. rest your weary, overheated' body. -Come and sec what "we have. It will make .you long to rest, even .to -look at. them, SPECIAL PRICES FOR FRIDAY ?AND SATURDAY'; The stock will go fast. Standard Furniture Co, Street South Morris Theatre FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS GATHERED AT HILLCREST TO SEE A FAST MATCH Hillciest, second game ol the sorjes Alberta Pass Football League was played on Wed- nesday evening at- Hillcrcst bcfcwccni Hillcrest'and Coleman. before a large, many onlookers hailing Irom and. Blair- moie, as well as> from the visiting team's home town.. -The. .prize lor' wliich the teams in this league are playing: is cup .donated, P.- Burns Company. The ball wqs. motion-by Mill- crest and thc.honic team 'immediately made-a for their opponents' goal scored. .For a time alter, this the. game was Men, but part of the first half :.LitbeLiaml made a pretty dash ilown.-.tlic line-nnd shot, hut the, goal-keeper was: awake and maile a fine Jel Knowlcs put the ball goal was well for the play was exception- ally good., bjill being -kicked nit again the play., was very even to the end of before the .whistle .we'nt'.fqr'lialfTlimc- TV: Jen- liins, one or :the visitors, was laid flat through overreaching, and tell on his arm. He was unconscious [or a tew minutes and'upon being brought Tound it was lound ".that- ho hud sus- tained A broken1 arm.' He was tiikcn to tho Union Hotel and. Dr. Boss called in to attend to him.. We trust "We shall him the field before Hie end 'of the -season as he is a very energetic player ;and''knows tlic gt.iie. Dnring-the .spulind .half Pieman put. up a very good game in splls of Ihcir through he- ing one For the first twenty-fi.vp minutes the game was prolty evenly contested, Hillcrest. he- ing a time by Cole- who after repeated efforts man- aged to score. HiUciest scemeu" to null together about .this time and be- fore the end of the gainc bad scorn! two.more goals, thus making the fin- al- score -3-1 iu iavor qC.'tlie bdnic" team.. v Tlie Coleman' team are .always 'wel- come visitors in Hillcrcst; -thcy.iheing a clean playing hunch., of fellows.; and jt is always a pleasure to sec them play. Their defence was .the'.principal cause.-of. .their, .losing., the ...tame, though the forwards might have, play- ed a little better among thcmselves. Fqr I interest Wicks, Dawson and Adlam made a great Defence, tlic vis- itors finding it, hard' to' get by the backs, and occasionally: getting by surprised aL some of ;our goal- keeper's work. Thc; halves put-up a fair game, while the forwards dis- tinguished themselves by their. Oash- ing proclivities. Tlic .only trouble the players seem, .lo- bs np against.is that.at .times when hard pressed', .they arc never sure ol. where their men are. This, howc'ver, can be easily overcome wi.tli .a little more practice together. The referee, .Jack Oljph'ant, pi Belle- vuc, knoys .the game, rand .is one oi tlib good rcierccs to found in Ihe i'ass, his jurtgmcnt'licing ly Impartial, Wd stiictly-; accotiling tr. Iloylc. The line-up of was.- as follows :X Ci. Read biclts, McCullock, W. Dpreichc; half hacks, A. Graham, J'aul, Hi.'Kcrr; forwnrils, W. .Jenkins, R- Ci. Moorhead, Carr. Goal, T. Dawson backs, II. Adlam, ..A.-' hall hacks, A. Watson, (laiiies I'clric forwards, .Adlam, .John .John DOING AS WELL LETH BRIDG E COM MIS S10 N AS CAN BE EXPECTED Montreal, June Royal HlghneuB tlie Duchen of Con- naught passed a fairly good night, and IB making as progreiB recovery ac can be expected. Dr, W. R. Hamilton was called In consultation. Sinned) E. S. WORTHINGTCN, M.D, A. E. GARROW, M.D. W. W, CHIPMAN, M.D. INDIANS WILL GOTO TRIAL SUSPICION POINTS TO JIM HAM WHO HAS AN UNENVIABLE PAST RECORD BasBano, June evidence in the inquest Into tho cause of death of Policeman F. W. Davles. who was murdered on Tuesday, was completed yesterday, and tho three Indians ar- reBtc-J were committed Tor trial, and will be 'taken to the. barracks at Cal- gary. It is likely that the crime .will lasten on Jim Ham. He lias tt past. AND CEMENT SUPPLY ncU-ccn and barrels of cement will lie used in the city tills year for ciiiislcm-.Uun purposes, Hie major portion uf-wliich will liu for cily construction. Several limes lately the various construction ivorlls have btcli lielil lor lack of 'cement, although so tar Hie delays have not been serious. Moil-ever, there will be a many ears shipped in beUvccu now siiul the 'mill- tliu from eastern manufacturers nrc that it will only bs aljoiit a mouth more, probably un- til .July 1st, that cement manufac- in the winter months will be available. Then green cement will have to .be used, anil unless, it bus cured for at least three months it causes a great deal oi trouble in concrete work. Tlie' lime for' shipping this green cement is close at hand. In fact, the city cement" expert has already been compelled to reject four or five curs- owing to .its not having been proper- ly matured. With the demand for cement for all kinils of construction in the west, and' the likelihood that onlors nftcr July 1st are liable lo rejected owing to tlic cement being the Builders' Exchange arc of He slinl at W-ar Eagle, a scout, two ifa city will lie in a years ago, on the rnMvve. It is re-; bcforc ported that be has confeesed who sup- AWARDED AlncleoU, Juno C.-rln tlio Supremo Court case of TJ. inenL was delivered In favor or Hie plalatlff; T, '-if. Guorgc, for llio sum of as commission on (lie Halo ol .Mr. Howard's hotel. jU'BIalrniore, which was Hold through'- Mr. George for the sum of .fllr. Howard refused to pay Mr. George -pn the ground that he had authorized .Mr. George to sell U for on which ho would pay him ii commission, 5 per cent., whereas the plaintiff claimed .'that he was'.iuth- orizcd to sell the -hotel for any price he ucflou. GLEARANGE SALE CLOSING-OUT BALE OF CHILDREN'S CLOTH BERLINS .ERS, STAMPED GOODS, ETC. _ f. GOODS SOLD BELOW. COST. Phillip3 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH plied him with the linuor. Constable Davles was one of the or- fleers who arrested Fisk, Tucker af end of the 'year. To-'guard against such a state of affairs iliey, ai; "a special meeting on TWIN WIRELESS STATIONS New "York; June wireless stations, LO commiinicate direct with will 'be. built along1 the Now Jersey cotif.t within a year, according 10 an -made today by .the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. or TENDERS FOR ENGINEER WILL ASK FOR PRICES FOR REMAINDER OFJPAVING WORK City linglneer Dlancliard IMS'been Instructed by tile Worka and Property Committee to call for, .Lenders for thfl remaining 2.000 yards of pnyliJE 'tor MONTREAL' lECONOMIZES Montreal CouiicHhave decided that tbo city, 'cnnnot afford any uiore ex- travagant .-eniteftalnmenla of "visiting delegations this year. ,-blch tho money wnyyotatl some tlm'e ago. V it )3 understood ihnt.ln aftler.'to-keep the paring uniform rendare only Irom the UHnllthlc Pnvlng (jompany. El-Oso Paving Company, both of wboin are now.at work on, their tracts wJtb city, will be recely'od. One wenk will bo giveu-ihom In which to tender, and the ccstraeta-will be lot immediately alter the tenders cloM. The El-Oso Company lias-Installed a steum plant ut their..mixer, arid 'are making Bnch. excellent that their iiipcrliitdiHlent hero today tbnt their' contract would prob- ably be completed In a week. Blitb street will bV.c'pniplelcd and tor traHic tomorrow. vlp'V In tlie original.paving tenders wolch were opened on the lavt day. of the' Bitulltblo Company's; prlct rffan. 52.07 pur yard for that part of tho ooh-., tract along the rillwiy J2.93 for that part 'no railway lines. The'Bl-Olo Conpaiiy'i prices wore S3'5i end Mspeotlyo- ]y for the ol' truct. 1'ho Dblorwsy; Pnvlni oprap'any o[ Calgary waa the only obmpiuy' iiib-; mlttlcg u lower flgure, roelnr.. J2.40.por SQuare yard. Macleod, .Tuna IhqilM't.wblch ta bQKUn Juno 5, over tlie body, of H. Fcntar who was killed, or rmther. wbo died from the .effects of Jumping from two Tunawiiy .freight on; which he was working1 .it-BunnlM, :lii' poitpohed until Thursday'niornlnt the filli Init. A DRY FARMING CONGRESS PRIZE Peach's murtler-er ut Curbon. gave him his dog. Dick La. nock, a. half-breed, was ar- rested at Brooks on suspicion of hav- ing supplied liquor to the Indian Ham, alleged to have shot Constable Davies. Special Constable .luck James, and Northwett Mounted Police officer. Sergeant the arrest. FlEk' Tuesday, decided to send flic follow- ing telegram ami petition to Hon Giimsjiaw, W. Rochester, Kiiowlcs, R. Litherlaiid, WAS DROWNED ATCKOTOKS QHANT MOORE, AGED 19, A SCHOOL PUPIL DROWNED" IN MILL POND (Special to-The. Herald.) OkotokB, 'June ged nt, the Uigli bcbool icro and a son 01 D. ,Cal- jary, was drowned last night in the mill pom] here. Deceased WHS b'athiiiE with a churn touiiiiii ,ui Gladys, and betas unable to swim 'got beyond his depth and was drowned. Connell did everything possible to save bis friend and after ills ineffectual ef- forts gave the alarm. Amone those who came wns.ft young j Englishman, who dived-repeatedly Into the-pond In hopes of finding the body, but without result. The.water was then run out of tlie. pond and the hotly recovered- Coroner Jfurray and Dr, Ardtcl'niiiclo eyerj" effort, to rcsusltate hut without avail. Geo. .Minister ol Trade Commerce, piaying liiin to con-. sidor- tlie advisabiHly of putting into eflccii suspension of the import duty on ccincal. Similar petitions, have goim for- wqrd.irpm Calgary and Edmonton ex- changes. '-'Shortage ot- CanatlUin ccmeut is tying up piibliu and private consfruc- lion work in this cily to a Very ser- ious extent, and from Jnloimaliuii received from .Canadian MaiHiiacLur- crs the situation he .relieved by tlicm for sonic considerable time. therefore' humMy pptiiion you to I'nilesii'QT to.liavc iliipdi-l'duty fchidv- cd, so that work may proceed. "Written petition. gOca. forward- by nuiil. Lcthbriiige Duilflcrs' ICx- .change." TO Uio I-Tonorahlc, .Tlic.MihiKtCL-'Of Coniinerrft. Ottawa, _ Giving to the inability of Llic mestic "manuracturecs of Portland cc- inciit to supply cement in a'inaUircd .condition for tlic construction nf WARM ESTATE WAS HE LEFT AND A HALF MIL- LIONS FOR PHILANTHROPIC PURPOSES' London; June estate oi 'Siv a-vs" -Julius Chat- Wai'ncr, late hcad-of llio' 3' Tllcrt: ol works in WusLcrn (Canada, we the undersigned, being affected by the stated conditions, respectfully the Federal gnvcriuncn't Lo temporar- ily remove the duty on Portland ce- ment until tlie domestic manufactur- ers are able to supply the demand lor cement properly cured ifor tlic works iiv progress. Certain of Ihe.facls-iii the case are as follows 1. Thoie is a shoriagc o( cement which is delay-ing construction 'in Canada. 2. A heavy loss io wotkinen is re- sulting through tlic enforced idleness. Thei'e is an additional -'loss to limiti- ng contractors through enforced rtc- Ucers Diainoml Syndicate, provi- sionally swdrn aL to- uay. About is left to char- ily institules instead' of sy liad been reiioi'.tp.u.Oi tbis 000 is given to South Africa fo'r the establishment of .a .university at Grectcschnrr near Cape Town 001) lo the Imperial .College 01' Sci- ence anil Technology at South. Ken- jsinglon and to various hos- pitals. COBAT AD A Colisll, Tlic most Kc.rions fire In Cobalt since lliR big fire or .swept ".Ihc heart of the night with a c-onicrvativo. estimated loss ol (100. Tlie was In that ni tho known as. "The Square" and carried with .Uic Lyric thejtro the .Cobalt hotel, Milton Carr Ooloska bulldinE, Har- n'ngton's rcsliiurant nml other- ]iro- licrlics. No lives ,wcrc lost nnrt no one was Injured, iii spite ol the mnn- nrr in which the fire started, .in Llio J.j-ric Thfnlrr. Thr plrlllrr.s fcad jlliit liecn sluM'.'n. wln-n tlic names burst through (he floor in one o! the (iicssing rooms. The audience, .was in- formed, the act. proceeded, .and the piano player, Harry Gown, stuck to his post, playing rag-tliiie until, the last of the audience had filed out. The .customs bouse was entirely de- but the records, were saved. Prevents Sleeplessness I 'NERVINE POWMBS If your dealer cannot., supply yon, (he J. Ij. JJalblcn Co., Sherbrookc. P. Q.T anndif, lio.v rocelpl o.' .FREIGHTS COLLIDED NEAR REVELSTOKE an added loss lo con- tractors when forced Lo import ce- ment, owing lo tlic increased cost" of ilie article. I. The list; of the domestic article in Us iincurcd st.ite, as .supplied, ic- sulls in a grade of concrclc, hc- .sidfis an additional oxpense in cf !br cfliislrjicl-ion. Sigiu'd [his 5l.li day of -June, in l.elhiuidgc, TO ENCOURAGE MORE INDUSTRIES Tho Cily Council and the New In- dustries' comjlllileo of the Hoard or Trade, sive tu session this afternoon, Winnipeg, 3fan., June lo conferring with a view to arriving at a mistake in orders- two [vcight trains' some delinile basis of inducements to collided last at Tnpp Silling be offered by (ho cily lo prospective between ncvclsloke and Knmliiops, Ji. C., Engineer Eliffs, of one of the freights, being killed. llolh were injured, and a tramp stealing a ride lost a ICE. Traffic was Interrupt- ed three hours on the Canadian Paul- re main lir.c. NESBITT'S CASE DRAGS ToTcnlQ, Juno caao Or. DoiiUle .Vcqbltt, wns this morning lirilio pollcu t'ourt. Only th'o evidence of Lawson, of was hctrd, nnd the hearing >-aa nd- Jonrncd lo The ball autl t Jmluglrlal concurng. This matter lias been ono.of HID inoat Important 'which hxi3 coino hofore the Hoard this year, but ns final decision roats with lh-3 Council a conferenco to Adjust Ihe position of tho Board, so IhiiL they ivlll bo iible to offer definite IndiicementR to any concern which cxpTcsaca a to Iccntc here. C. N. R. LOAN UNDERWRITTEN Juno Cniinillnn Northern lonn of and a. hn'ir.inllllon per cent, ppr- Iiplunl dchcnlurcs, 1ms been uiulcrtvrli.- ten n-t fiG. One ol' the-most-unique and valu: nitl-Q labor-saving riiachiDes on.' the grain Trtrni" a sheaf loader, picks .up from the atoolc the.Rrouiid, when lying Hat, and the grain into .the wnffon. With pro- liQv hiuullins it will load the wagon's (luickly enough to keen any threshing inacblno plenty of sheaves, and. because JL loads so quickly fewer, bundle wagons are re- quired, and ir groat eavliig la made in the cost of'lahor. -The loader la used.by a large number of the leading farmers In .Manitoba. Saskatchewan aiid.Alberta, and scores of tliem have, teatlfled lo its meaning a saving of ?20 to J25 n day in. the cost harvestiiiE operations, the machine often ;'pnyiiig UselC In this eavtug hi one BQHiion alone. One oC these sheaf has been donated by the Stewart Sheaf Loader Co., Ltd., of Man., as a grand prize for the beet.'aliejiE of I hard wheat the .Inter- ntLlunal Dry Farming Pioducls Esp6- sitloii. at Lothurldge, 21-26. It IB valued at free 'of charge to the Trin-J ner, whether it: be farms. hi'! Canada, The United .Khfljir the worl-d, the only condUIona being that tha exhibit must'bave been.growti by the exhibitor, by. thods during 1912.; There will .he'-'rio: customs, no cost foi 'eutrj, and no duty while special rates-will L bo made by'freliht.and announced in; ain pi o season. JUNE SALE OF Crown Derby Cut Glass ine ma We are ready {or tlie June Bride-- Are you? If you are' not we can help you. with a few timely in a complete stock 2Q per cent, off Crown Derby We, have one of I ho flneat patterns In' this famous Kngl'sli product. The denlgn a hows .1 combination of Inrge conventional IjrUlerns anil floral sprays o[ rich reds, co- balt blue iinti gold. Heavy gold edges; full gold knohs and handles. 20 per cent, off Elite Limoges French China We hove three patterns to choose .'ft, broad jjoltl band gold handles and knobs; 'a fancy gold border, full gold handles and garlands pink roses In dell- cnte-tonea of purple. 25 per cent, off Elite Cut Glass Thil" Ii' unquestionably tho tlnest pro-, duct .of IfB.kjnd In tho cily. Our stock In. this department la complete. 20 per cent, off All Fancy China Including.Tea Sets, Chocolate Berry. Sols, lion Bon Dishes, otc., clc.' See. our. window. H. A. McKILLOP CO; ;