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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'riitoy, May rf THE LETIIBR1DGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 KING'S SON I Saturday AT Men's Black and Tan Calf Blu. Men's Oxfords all Leathers up to Another lot of Women's Oxfords all Leathers up to Best Value offered for Satur- day EYOND SMOKING CIGARETTES EVERYTHING HEADY FOR THE HE IS A RATIONAL KID CANADA PROROGATION OF THE HOUSE TODAY Montreal, June Albwl Frederick George, second eon of King Jcorge v., spent a couple cf ho'jrs lere last night, wiiile en route from Quebec to Toionio, In coaipttiy sixty-seven fellow cadets of li.M.S. Cumberland. The say little of the city, his visit beins ..iJiie luforoial. He seemed content to romp through the In the vicinity ol the Place Vlger Blalloa, playing leap-frog, saok- In and chatierlng Krcuch tbe snarm of youngsters attracted tho nalty-uoiformid cidrts. After at a local hotel, the cadus broke Into groups and jussej the time ,-arlo-JS ways until S Oa. wLia they LtwJston, whera a speujl tula ml rry them to Kingston, the> 11 hoard the ThO'jsanJ. Islands Ijoat 3d travel down the St. Greece Rlv r to Montreal and Quebec. Be on the Spot EARLY to get your size. White Nu-Buck and Canvas High Shoes and Pumps all sizes. See these before buying. A Shoe Store is the Only Satisfactory Place to Buy Shoes COME TO US W. J. Nelson Co. THIRD AVE. SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING trained for Toronto. They are scheduled to re Hi en to Gale Worst in Twenty Years Ottasva, June the afternoon sitting ot the Senate today, Senate Choquelie read froa Hansard a state- ment made by Senator Lareviere ear- ly in the session, that lie .Manitoba legislature was aware of tbo fact that >io jrovincla! school'UgUlaUo.i vvaa u-alisfactory as resards separate- choois: that the legislature of t'ie fact, and would jppl) a emeoy. and If the legislature did not do BO he would introduce legislation n the- Senate. Senator Choquette asked when Senator LarevU-re's Will might bo expected, or If he had chang cd his mind. Senator Larevlere: "I have not changed my mind, and when I find the time opportune, I will take action." On a hill to the Inspection and Sales Act, Senator Davis s-ald this was a measure Introduced b> Hon. Mar I in Burrell, for the ber.ellt of the British Columbia fruit-growers. Under it marks could be reo.ulrtd on fruit packages, which would prevent American fruit coming Into Canada. A Breakfast in Ceylon would not bring you a more delicioui cup of tea than you may have at your own table by wing 19 Black, Green and Mixed HUSTLING THROUGH THE WEST ie bill was given a second readiug. 4 stands for committee. The parcels post, the bill amending archives act, the bill amending Halifax s-- are still coming to gale. which uM hand of last as tl-c INTERNATIONAL POWERS AT ROYAL WEDDING wtts 20 years, betas most deductive to the lobster shore Cubing mdus trv of the entire atlanlic toast, o .Viva Scotia. A conservative esti mate ol the loss Yarmouth to Halifax is put at 75 per cent o! th gear which would amount to The average lobster man possesse from 100 to 150 traps. ThE? cost S each besides lie has Us mackere nets ariil boats, many of them no b-ing fitted ivitb gasoline. engine .Jlany a man's entire wraith is coi prised in that outfit. Another peculiar phasq of the ga was a number o! vessels that ha sought shelter in harbors anil coves, usually absolutely sale from the storm which was sleeping the open sta, went ashore ar.d were wrecked. adlnge. D. MCGREGOR'S BARN BURNED Brandon, Juna Fired b.v a lighl- Inj flafb. a 'iarn, one ot Ibe finest. elongfcg to J. D. McCresor, Ibe well- nown stock breeder, completely estroyt-d today, Jour horses ana a pig ATTENDING METHODIST MEETINGS OF CONFERENCES SasVatoon, Jur.c S. D. Chowu, D D oi Vancouver, assist- ant general superintendent of tl.r Methodist church o! Canada, arriveil in the city today oa his to Eu- e railway telt water act, and the Mil Ur nm.a gots Rcgica t r railway subsidies were given (bird services at th 'ncvvly rebuilt Metropolitan church lie goes the Sastatche- elng burned, and 20.001} bua'jels of rain destroyed. The Winnipeg Free Tress (Liberal) jays that Hon. Q. II. lloviden, Mani- toba attorney-general, will resign shortly to take a Judgeship. wan coherence to tlie Manitoba con ferencc. Dr. Cliown was tendered an ovation by the delcsates to the con- ferer.ce. He lold ci tlie good worL among the orientals on the Pacific coast and dwelt at some length on the grouih ol Methodism in Canada. address by Hev. Frank H. ..anftoril, B, A., the Saskatchewan field secretary, upon the education work of the Sunday school and young people's societies, was a leature o! the Methodist conference last night QUEEN MARY ANO THE CON- NAUQHTS WERE PARTICI- PANTS IN A MERRY SCENE 1-onJou, June' spirit cf i'j'a XIV. filled the Albert Hall last night, vvteu the Versatile ball took pbce in the presence of Q-ieen ilaiy, ihe Duke of C'onoaught. Prince Arthur ar-.a Princess Patricia ot Conna'jghl. tU" UancLJ'jrsa, ibe- Schleiwig-Hol- stoin? and otbc-r rojalttes. The hall was decorated gold In the cypher of a Krerjcu klug, and with mimic crov-ns on a white grouud, vshile at one ei-d. on a ibroae xindtr a blue canopy, -.vilh Fleur tie Lys, King Louis sat, with bis confort, surrounded by five hundred scclcu folk, forming a mixed court of tbu XVII. century. The heredlurv Grand Uake of teckieiiberg-Strelllz. Iu goldtii coat nd blue rcbes of slate, played tbilo tbe Countess of Dudley lueen Marie There'c. The processions visaed amidst out- jurgta of applause. A Hurry of alarm uas perceptible when the- Queen ar- rived lest the suffragettes mlfibt cbooso the occasion another out- rage, but made no attempt to spoil th; evening, and the Queen, ulth evident delight, witched ihe stalely court o! Louis XIV., and after the. make-believe kings queens of France and England came the hered- itary Urand Uuke of Mecklenberg- Strelitz BELGIUM WANTS A LOAN Brussels, Belslum, June 3elgtan government Is carrying on ne- gotiations vvilh a group of bankers In Paris for a loan of about at 4 per cent, interest. Hev. B. a. Kerman, ot St. Thomas. was1 elected president ot the Ontario of .the Disciples ot Christ, meeting In Owen Sound. CAPT. FRECK.LEY, 'SAILOR WHO KNOWS HUDSON'S BAY, GIVEN IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT Juno Kieck- >rcy, who 'iraft.uec-n navigalinj Ibe Hudson's Day "iinipatij-'s principal ship into Uuiisofs Day lur (lie. past few ye.irs. lut nppointrii by the minister ol inariiA to talvc charge ol all the feilcral drilgi's, lufcs, etc tliat are to he stationed al 1'orl Nebon in connection with harlwr constitution wotks .that arc to be carried on (here at Ihc sea terminus of flic Hudson's Bay rallnavr. Can- tnin Frccklcy, v.ho Ins hern here since lie returned from tlie. Hay last fall, leaves today for Ottawa lo-for- mally a5.surr.Ci his il'Jties. lie will likely take command of (tie dredges and boats that are to be- taVen to Port N'elson Irom the Kt. Lawrence this summer. He l.as been navigating the Hudson's Hay and straight fur a number ol scars and knows every Ir.iguc of them thoroughly. He Is an KngVlimnn and was trained in Ihe modern, scientific school of naviga- tion. .S. GREENMAN WOULDN'T DRIVING SO HE RESORT- ED TO GUN PLAY St Newfoundland, has 000 hack taxes outstanding. The kings of the three most pow- erful countries in world, aqil me wives of two ol them. It Is eHlmaled that these three men rule over hundred million people. The presence of the three povjers al the wedding of the daughter of the Kalicr and Prince Ernest of Cumberland Is thought lo have had some Influence In the more friendly relatlont and the fulvro amity of the three nations. 6 '_______-_________ Eyebrow, Sa'fc., June At the train last night, hiring a team o drive out to his former employer Mrs. M. Greenman, Fat Kelly attempt cd to shoot her sho would no go driving with him. Ho was onl prevented on hit second shot by th woman's father, vrho drew a sholgu" on him and forced him to leave. Word was telephoned Inlo town and a posse was .sent ouj. to captur him. After one hour's chase, and r1 exchange of gua-vlay, ho was final captured and brouEM Into EveVro' cir.il placfd in Iho local where he awaits his preliminary hearing. Tills Is supposed lo be Ihs after- math of the recent proceedings that Kelly Instituted acnlnst Mrs. M. Grcsnraan for breach of promise. Portland, Maine, 'Jure cen tfe of a group of cbance acquaintances gathered in old Weston cemetery where lie the bodies of tbo American and British officers who died in th nasal battle oft Portland on Sept. 15 113, the British ambassador. Si cell Sprir.E-Hice, yesterday recited 1C story of the famous right of the anhlps KnterpriFe and Boxer. Though Metory It" to the American olora.'carrled by the Enterprise, both ommanners had nailed their flags to be mast, determined not to surrend- Sh- had noticed that a pan. f tho lettering on one of tbe mc- orial tablets was worn away and p as'xed (bat the Inscription be re- tored at his expense. Ho comment- d on tho flags and flowers that een placed on the graves of the nava leroes on Memorial and tali hat n fteantiful tribute hnd been paid o brave men. AFTER PROFITABLE HOMESTEAD Medicine Hat, Juno was tremendous rush today tor homestca land opening for entry in tho Empres lilBtrict. A whole township open ed and over seventy men have bee camping at the land onlce rtoor lo neets to get in early. NOW'S THE TIME TO CATCH 'E No better line of Wine and Spirits Wo ouole tbo very, and will respond promclly to all telephone orders. us deliver jo'.i ar order al your homu. The Lethbridge Wine and Spirit BEGIN 81. S PHONE 17M KXAPPEN Knapren. June ground is moist, and (he grain growing good promising a big yield 'rora this sec- ion of Uio country. Henry SVebslor, ,of the Deer CtceX Cattle 'Co., Tcports a good ciop calves Ihls srrlns- Mlsa Susan Norraaa, o[ Uthbrldge baa been the guesl ot Miss Knijpen for the jiast week. On Tuesday, May "7, In Lethbriute Miss Florence and Arthu rulham were united la mirrdje. Th contacting parties are both well am favorably knov.n here and It was complete surprlfo to all their msn rrier.ds. Wo wish them a happy wed dcd life. A reception was them on Sim clay al the home of Ihe bride's pa cms, Mr. and Mrj. James Couclll, o Ihls place. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE We have just received a big stock of Clothing and Fuirnishings which we will SELL AT COST For the next 15 Days Owing to lack of room to display and stock, the goods. Come and see how your will do the work of MEN'S SUITS Grey Worsted, worth 825; Sow Bhio Sorgo, worth 825; Sow Black Serge, worth ;N6w Blue Serge, worth Sow Grown Tweed, worth 615; Sow Also a slock of Suits worth from 810.50 to for.......S7.95 S8.50 Come arid See Them BOOTS AND SHOES Yoiriio tlouht know that we handle one of (he best stocks of shoes iu the city and ate going lo clear them at less than wholesale prices. Fly fa? approved by tn< he officers of twenty hlg cities of ted States and Canada. It atands from two to three feet high and can be made by anybody with i couple of of wire netting a couple o Beg. SG.OO brown shoos, Keg. 85.00 Shoes, for Keg. Brown show HATS To clear; all colors and Shspei Workmen's Leath- er GloA'es 35c S4.65 S2.50 CAVS Going at 50c Excelda Handker chiefs, each 5c Eeg. S3.00 Shoes, for S2.10 Reg. Shoes, for President 35c Shirts, worth up to 63c ALSO A BIQ LOT OF SHOES Worth AC from to ta iVw Workmen's Sox To Cltar THE LETHBRIDGE CLOTHING HOUSE 403 5th St. S. Sam HadinvHkl, Proprietor Phone 1691 Buy llerc-AYc S elJ.FQIj LESS. ;