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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 The JLcthbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, June This Label meansaiotto You It is more than t mere trademark. It is a definite guarantee of good style, good and good value in- every garment you buy. You will find it in all genuine "Progress Brand" Suits and Overcoats. fcjr a, Vlneberg Co., Limited, felA with Iktr McKeMe McGuire, TYPOS RE-ELECT LYNCH BY A VERY GOOD Result of the Elections Unions. fay Printers' Indianapolis, Ind., June offi- cial count in the election of officers of the International Typographical Union was announced to-day at the headquarters of the organization as follows: For 31. Lynch, Indian- apolis, W. II.. Reilly, Dallas, Tex., First A. Tracey, TROOPS ORDERED TO EGYPT San Francisco, Cal., C. H. Govan, New York, W. Hays, Indianapo-- lis, R. C. Allcock, Denver, G09. Delegates American Federation of Morrissey, Chicago; Max S. Hayes, Cleveland; Hugh Stev- enson, Toronto. Trustees Printers' Powell, Ottawa, Ont.; W. H. McKee, New York; Thomas McCaffery, Colo- rado Springs. Aldershot, June is re- ported that two battalions of infantry and a cavalry regi- ment have been ordered to Egypt. The electrification of the Canadian Northern Railway company's line to Stoney Plain, and the completion of _ i the construction of the grade of this line, which at present extends to Lake Wabamum, sixty miles west of Ed- monton, is a possibility within the next two years. R. Brutinel, promot- er of the Radial railway, whose fran- chise to operate in connection with the city's system the ratepayers will vote on 011 June 20, is the man be- hind the project. Many Women who are Splendid Cooks "dread having to prepare an elab- orate dinner because -they are not sufficiently strong to stand over an intensely hot coal range. This is especially true in summer. Every woman takes pride in the table she sets, but often it is done at tremen- dous cost to her own vitality through the weakening effect of cooking on a coal range in a hot kitchen. It is no longer necessary to wear yourself out preparing- a fine dinner. Even in the heat of summer you can cook a large dinner without being worn out. II Cook-stove Gives no outside heat, no smell, no smoke. It will cook the biggest dinner without heating the kitchen or the cook, h is immediately lighted and immedi- ately extinguished. It can be changed from a slow to a quick fire by turning a handle. There's no drudgery connected with it, no coal to wood to chop. You don't have to wait fifteen or twenty minutes till its fire gets going. Apply light and it's By simply turning the wick up or down a slow or an intense heat on the bottom of the pot, pan, kettle or oven, and nowhere else. It has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food shelves for coffee, teapot or saucepan, and even a rack for towels. It saves time, worry, health and temper. It does all a woman needs and more expects. Made with and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner sizes can be had with or without Cabinet. Every dealer ererTT'kerc; It not at yours, mite for Circular to flic nearest ascncj of The Imperial Oil Company, Limited. Kalso expects to expend up- on sidewalks and other Improvements. C. V. Jenkins, formerly of Rosslaud, is now a mining engineer In Nevada, at a salary of a year. population of British Columbia has nearly doubled In nine years. At the close of last year it was estimated' to be It will probably be ov- er million in ten years. Peacefully at his home at Weston, Out., William Echlem Stuart, former- ly Deputy Chief of Police of Toronto, died in his seventy-ninth year. Mr. John McCallum, a retired barrister of Toronto, died aged 82. Owing to non-fulfilment of regula- tions, many veterans' claims in north- ern Ontario are being cancelled. Toronto City Council will be asked to appoint a committee to report up- on the advisability of government by commission. n lEast Kootenay a wagon road is to be built between St. Eugene and Society Girl mines. .Major Perry, formerly of the Win- nipeg police force, died at Vernon of tuberculosis. In the Okanagan thousands of young brook trout have been deposited in Reservoir Lake. This spring many farmers from the' state of Washington have settled in the Xicola valley. A new and fast ferry boat will run between Vancouver and North Van- couver in September. It will cost Indian deckhands on the Skeena river boats want to be paid a month. They are being replaced by white men. For several years the Hon. James Dunsmuir made a profit of a ton upon the coal mined at the-Welling- ton collieries. Laud staking for speculation has been stopped in British Columbia. The land is being reserved for actual set tiers. Iu Vancouver liquor cannot legally be given to a policeman in uniform, nor sold to anyone under 21 years of age. A syndicate has been formed in Glas- for the purpose of in- vesting in fruit lands near Armstrong. H. C. Pierce, M. P. P., has been se- lected Grand Master of Saskatchewan Oddfellows. A telegram was received in the De- partment of Lands, Forests, and Mines at Toronto stating that one of the fire rangers, Norman J. Jones, was drown- ed in Obabika Lake. Onions are a ton in Dawson. Baled hay is a ton in Fort George. Fast driving in the Vancouver parks is to be stopped. W. F. Cooke has been appointed postmaster at Fort George. In Kamloops carpenters are paid for eight hours' work. In Kelowna the fire department runs its engine with gasoline. The railway shops at Revelstoke will soon be employing 500 men. Louis Eckstein, of Fernie, has op- ened a branch law office in New Michel. The city council of Chilliwack Is talking about, building a city hall. At Summerland tie fruit growers will not build a cannery this year. John Stacey, of Hamilton, is dead, aged 64. The C. N. R. will build a six-storey hotel at Brandon sV local option campaign began in Belleville. Mrs. Robert of Atwood, died suddenly. CADILLAC '30 S. And the Celebrated BRUSH Automobiles Sold By T. S. MACKENZIE Stewart, the new town on the Port- land canal, has a population of 700, M. Berlin, Ont., has been appointed city engineer of Prince Rupert, at a salary of W. J. Connors, of Buffalo, has been succeeded as chairman of the Demo- cratic State Committee of New by John A. Dix, of Greenwich. v Coleman's total assessment Is now Coleuian will have a big celebration on Dominion Day. The Granuui Agricultural Society las recently received a certificate of organization from the department of igicultue. At a recent meeting of the Heed Deer Agricultural Society a resoliu- ion was adopted protesting against i proposed sale of the agricultural jrounds by the Red Deer Exhibition Association. M. A, H. Cody, of Red Deer, has three ducks that have laid three eggs daily for the past three months. One has been laying eight eggs per week. The Stevens Brick Company will lo- cate in Medicine Hat very shortly. Miss Elizabeth Simonson, of Wet- askiwin, is the first native of Swed- en in Canada to secure the degree of B. A. at the Brandon college. After a few mouths trial as magis- trate of Innisfail, William -Hodge re- signed that position. A week ago Sunday "an unoccupied shack at Stettler was burned, and it was only by very strenuous work on the part of the citizens that the town was saved from a serious conflagra- tion. Dr. Hutchison, of Port Rowan, Ont., dropped dead. Prof. John r. Tanfiberg, of Driscoll, N. D., who is the special representa- tive of the Norwegian Lutheran church, arrived in Camrose last Tuts- day, and at once prepared for the op- ening of the Scandinavian college in that town. Mr. A. A. McGilHvray, formerly a barrister of Stettler, has located in Calgary, whert he' will carry on his profession. The wholesale firm of Nicholson Bain, Winnipeg, have secured a site for a warehouse in Camrose. Plans have -been completed for hospital at Camrose. Rev. W. II. Emsley, Napanee, was elected president of'the Bay of Quinte Methodist conftrence. Edmonton will appoint a milk in spector at a salary of per year. Rev. H. P.-Westgate incumbent o St. Alban's church, Atwood, has ac cepted the position of assistant recto of Trinity church, St. Thomas, Ont. President Allison of Mount Allison University, Sackville, N. B., will re- sign. The balance of revenue over operat- inng expenses of the Calgary street railway last month was Professor John E. McFadyen, of Knox College, has accepted an ap- pointment to the chair of ament literature and exegesis in the United Free Church College, Glas- gow. Winnipeg's assessment is 000 this year, an Increase of 000. Laud is assessed at its full sell- ing value. Victoria McTaggart, an aged woman, fractured her skull in jumping from the prison van at Montreal, and died shortly after. John Egefer received a fatal shock while working on the Ontario power transmission line near Niagara Falls. The power was supposed to -be turned off. A twenty-five million dollar steel i'iiicker Creek News Three occupants of a rig had a brief but exciting time of it on Friday ev- ening. They wsre driving down the hill back of the town, when the horse ran away just as they were turning the corner between the' buildings, spilling the three young men Jrom the conveyance. Beyond a bad fright no damage was effected, the animal having been duly recover- ed. One of the occupants from Hnc'h- er City, was observed "hoofing" it to town the following day, which would go to show that for the time, at least, ho will take no further risks behind horseflesh. Mr. Husband and daughter, of Hull, Eng., arrived here last week-ami will make Pincher Creek their home. Messrs. Robbins and Chaput have ordered an automobile, which when it arrives, will be placed at the dis- posal of their livery stable patrons. SIX WEEKS FOR SMOKING. Miner Swallows a Cigarette cape Detection. to Es- Every Service A Bank Can Render 'to a Farmer, a Merchant, Business Man, Firm or Corporation, a "School Board or a Municipality, we are prepared to render you. Notes or other Negotiable Paper discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign Exchange bought and sold. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. OF CANADA ESTABLISHED 184S Total Assets Gci. 50, Over Highest current rate of Interest paid on Savings deposits. or upward starts an account. Main Office cor. Round Redpath I G. R. TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H, Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Baillle, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANfK OF COMMERCE London, June evi deuce was given at Forth, Wales, yes terday iu a charge against Thomas Jones, an underground fitter, of smok lug in a mine. Price Jones, a tlmberman, said he had suspected for three months tha smoking was being Indulged in in tli mine, and on the 7th inst. smelling to- bacco, he crawled in the direction from which the odor came. He came upon defendant smoking a cigarette, seated upon a box. The cigarette suddenly disappeared, and witness was of opinion that defendant had swallowed it. "Are you not ashamed of yourself, moking in the place after the explo- witness asked the defendant. "For God's sake, forgive plead- ed defendant, "and I'll buy a present or you to the extent of vmy wages." The manager stated that the de- "endant was smoking in a very danger ous atmosphere. the case that had come before him, passed sentence of six weeks' imprisonment In the second division, defendant's youth be- ins; taken into consideration. BEAD OFFICE, TORONTO v I. I. W1LKEE, Preiidtot iXXXAIDXR LAIRD, ESTABLISHED 1MT Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, The stipendiary, regarding as Jthe worst of its kind Nine mines shipped over 600 tons of ore from Cobalt last week, the larg- est consignments being despatched by La Rose and Kerr Lake properties. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT All BRANCHES DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign courtrfefc FOREIGN BUSINESS. Cheques and drafts on the United Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MILK RIVER BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, WARNER BRANCH, C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager. A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. C. H. ANDERSON, Manager. A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. HORSE CAUSED PANIC AT LONDON HORSE SHOW. London, June somewhat al- arming incident occurred during the judging at the International Horse Show to-day, when one of the harness horses got out of control and over- turned the light wagon she was being shown in. The driver was thrown out and sustained serious injuries. In her mad career, the horse over- turned two other light carriages and sent the other horses in the ring into a panic. Grooms after some diffi- culty restored o'rder. GUEEN-MOTHER AND LABOR M.P. London, June Enoch Ed- wards, M. P., president of the Min- ers' Federation, has received the fol- lowing letter from Lord Knollys: "I am desired by Queen Alexandra co let you know how greatly she ap- preciates the speech you made in the House of Commons the other day, when you supported the motion for an address of condolence to her Maj- esty. Your words have much touch- ed her, and she directs me to express her sincere thanks to you for youor kind me, yours truly, Kaollys." A. A. A. A. CHAMPIONSHIPS Under the of the LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY QUEEN VICTORIA PARK JULY 1st. 1910 r Events Open to all Registered Amateur Athletes Rules of C. A. A. U. to Govern Geo. Lounsbury, of Fredericton, was 1 merger has been formed at Hamilton, drowned fromxavhouseboat Hamilton Board of Health talks of appointing a meat Inspector. Fire caused loss to the Or- iilia Clothing Mfg. Co., at Orillia. At Bowmanville the bylaw for mun- icipal ownership of the Bowmanville Electric Light Company was-carried. The first 60 miles of the C. N. R. into B. C. will be completed by June 1, 1911. Rev. S. L. Hughson has resigned from Bruce Avenue Baptist Church, Windsor. Dr. Rutherford, Dominion veterls- arian, says the dog muzzling order must remain in force. taking in the Hamilton steel works, the Canadian Screw Company, the Montreal Rolling Mills and the Can- ada Bolt Nut Company. The strike of tugmen at Cleveland has been settled. Two Pittsburg bankers were given terms in jail for helping bribe coun- cilmen. The Cretan government has sent a note to the powers asking for union with Greece. The forces of the Nicaraguan gov- ernment have been completely beaten before Bluefields, and are fa full re- treat. The citizens of Coldwater will vote Claude Percy Walker, of Bowman- on a bylaw 10 raise to Install When in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in t city D BURTON and J. E. JA.CK80N Props. ville, was sentenced at Cobonrg to one year for bigamy. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy denies that the C. P. R. has acquired the Washington county railway. Mrs. Samuel Love, near Atwood, died from taking wrong medicine on a prescription for rheumatism. Jo5m Stoughton, superintendent of the Canadian Bridge Works at Walker ville, died at Detroit, aged 4S. A new pipe organ, the gift of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Simmons, is being In- stalled in the Methodist church at Col- borne, The deposed Shah of Persia is at Odessa, studying medicine. Mme. Schuman-Helnk sang In the Marquettc penitentiary. On Great Britain's new coins, King George's head will face lo the ML Rice has risen 50 per cent In price in China, and riots In Amoy arc seri- ous. Glenn Curtlss and his aeroplane kept Poughkeepsle churches empty on Sunday. Sir Roger Palmer, a survivor the charge of the Light Brigade Is dead at Wrexharo, England. a system of waterworks for fire pro- tection and domestic purposes. The amount to be raised annually Is to pay off principal and interest in 30 years. The fine for auto speeding in Tor- onto was raised to The First Reformed Presbyterian church has been sold by the parties buying the Yonge-Carleton-Church j street block In Toronto. I Mr. R. E. Harris, K, C. President of the Nova Scotia Steel Coinpany says that there Is plenty of business and that the outlook Is very brlghL The Church of England congrega- tion at Collingood has decided to build a new church at a cost of Midland Is likely to grant of from Andrew Carnegie for a public library on the usual condi- tions. Their present library costs thVtown about a to main- tain. Alfred Bellerose, a man of ?5 years of age, was shot in the head by a high- wayman at Montreal, and probably fatally wounded. The police- locked him up all night on a charge of drunk- enness. List of Field and Track Events Championship Events 11. 220 Yards Hurdles High Jump Broad Jump 1. 100 Yards Run 2. 220 Yards Run 3. 440 Yards Run 4. 880 Yards Run 5. 1 Mile Run 6. 2 Mile Run 7. 5 Mile Run 8. 1 Mile Walk 9. 3 Mile Walk 12. 13. 14. Pole Vault 15. Shot Put 16. Throwing Hammer 17. Throwing 561b. weight 18. Tossing Caber 19. Throwing Discus 10. 120 Yards Hurdles 20. Tufc-of-war teams of 4 LOCAL EVENTS Teams Relay Mile Obstacle Race Entries will positively close on Saturday, June 25th, 1910. All entries must be on official form. THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY ENTRY IS RESERVED Address all enquiries to A. L JOHNSTON Box 320, Secretary A. A. A. A. Championship Com- mittee, Lethbridge ;