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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 7, THE LETIIPRIDGE THE LEADING UN'S STORE of Metis Attire Demands style and dignity in every line of Men's Wear. You want work and wear, correctness, .becorriingness, every good suit quality when you make a suit investment. My stock is complete with all the newest and most stylish cuts for spring wear. iror Saturday and Monday I am, hi a kino- a special'oiler of any HanneJ and tweed-2-piece 'Suits, splendid for. that lightweight underwear that makes a fellow feol nice and comfortable dur- ing1 this.liot weather, iu.sa.lmon.pinltantl grey, per E. V. union and single garments, at per suit'. Hose iii colton, wool, silk lisle, etc., from in panama, etc.j-from 25c .SLATEIi SHOES, made from .finest le'a'.thers'.iii .the new.est.find most, popular styles, per anythiiigin Men's Wear don't overlook BUCHA THE MEN'S MAN Nent Dopr-to .Rochon'c CITY AND The pamphlpl is part of th congressional records of the. Unite Scaies; having been "read into th Two complaints were received ai j the Intu .Torn L. Johns the' police station Irom allti s'jx others.in L8I12. The Jos ,oi .buzz wagons', pels League'.is'hnvlng one mil citj Late in the copies Or.'tii6 ;Vainphlot prinle. on ffle J of Lhu Tcrrill telephoned: complaint to tlie Inspector ofipblice saying that an mitoDiobile hul passed ip Fourth lAvc., at ihe rate.1 of fortv-flvc ntiles nn hour, ami came within a hair's ruunlng 'over a; little girl who was crossing-, the street. lice hnye determined, to put, a stop In such and every case of speeding will. end .up. in the police court. This means every case, no par- itialltv will bo'shown. Many citizens qf'.'Lethhridgc rcceiv- rd through the mails this morning" a copy, of Free n pamphlet, of '.which Henry George 'Is. the author. are being ilis-, Iributeii ,by AJberta Free Trnde for free distribution in Canada am the states. WILSON, CHAIRMAN Dulnth, Minn., -JTii'ne Wilson forces took the lead iit the outset of the State Democratic convention lc day, by electing John M. Freeman, o Olivia, temporary chairman; The Clark followers failed preeemt. a candidate. MISSIONARY'S DEATH Woodstock, June A.-Hockin Jr., Methodist- mfsaigiiiiry in went China, irom the Nova-vSoptlR' confer- ence, wboac- father ftiid father-ln-Jaw, Rev. J. W. "Hpwje, are ministers of that conference, dfed of typhus fever while asalaflhg famine rollef dlitributioji. Rescinded Contracts for School Addition fConlluuQd Irom trout page) 1'izcr 'Jjaysom supper l- Uiis view, holding Uiat if any sus- picion rested on Ltio hoard's nulion it, should be cleared up. .The fact 'thai Mr. Gnilimri's' KOII was a of Hie flrm- which .secured tin: painllug contract liiul given rise to iiiuOi .id- verse criticism. It was also thought Uiat the Louder uas too high; New Tenders Chairman Cameron regretted tliAt such a siUmlion had arisen, but, rath- er than allow any inipulatioii o( ;m- dealing vo become prei'.i- lcntr lit1 would veto thu speel.il mat- ing, froii? 'which lie mid Mr. Haysom had both been absent. It iviis then moved by Fixer, sec- onded by May.som that separate ICH-I ilen; for construction, painting and 1551 i flui ALLREADYFOR THE CLEANING HLLETT5 plumbing be again opened. This compensation to relatives of the (inn cnrrieil, Graham alone dis- senting, Immediately fallowing tlie passing of the motion, Trustee Graham. de- nandcil tin: return of all tenders on llic table and jfoi'tliwith tendered- his L'lsighaLmn, smiling the action to ilic word leaving the room. Xo further coiiMiient ensued. Other matters were mainly, adop- tion of reports, principal's report anU truancy officer's report. Payment of current accounts way also authorized LADY WAS HONORED St. Augustiri's Honored a Faithful vention Ends The (.'iglilh-annuiil meeting of tin; Calgary, Branch of the Wo- man's Auxiliary has gone into his- tory, the closing session being held yesterday afternoon. Tlie ihankoiTeriiitf. was designated, being' votctl tov a communion sct- M'CC for tlic.new church at iJiamond City iirid the )mlmice to (he purse for Miirr and Mrs. Murr arc en- Mrs. liolnyjs.-wldow oi tlie late Hisli- niotov trip In Mnclcoil and I In. lines, ot AUiauasca, briuging LcUibrldgr. the total for the purse up Lo is iii town Mrs.-' It. ;E. .Sherlock was made a today. life member Or St..'Aiigustjn's Wo- Slias I'Viurnier, for some Umc.Siook- man's Auxiliary, the twenty-five tlol- latler ai'llleincnl, it appears, uas handed, .down by the Judicial Com- mittee :ol C'mmcil, aw a ril- keeper Vilh; tiic If. G.. tioodcvc Co., jlaig 'to lit) used ..towards the Jias left for Wetaskhvin, where t fund. Holmes ?llp iosL itf fiilurc-reside. The heart-j u-ishc'S of lier many Cole-1 man friends attend her wherever may make her abode. 'j was found .trial, the offering at opening stiviue. oJ the' convcnlioi and tlie board adjourned. Town At the regular meeting oi the town [council on Tuesday evening, the mat- tcr pf securing for towii I waterworks system moot- led.. I Ms desirable to secure the first foot pi water in .McGilln'ray creek; but tlic consent of'.the department, of the has thus lar been with- held. A committee ivas appointed to confer with the International Coal Coke Co., with a view to adjusting matters connected with the supply of water. i Additional fire protection to subur- ban districiH was also discussed, sug- gestions, being received for. installa- tion of additional equipment iu the north end, and for stationing the Will Fight out the Pool Room License chemical engine permanently in West Coleman, as well as two resident fire-, men. Improvements io cemetery and park roads were suggested, but.actioi was deferred, until next Tuesday, when a special meeting will he held Lo consider the report o[ ilcpula- 'ion appointed to interview the Inter- latioiml company. The bylaw to closr.'MaylaiL sLrc'eV to allow for extension, of ..public school, grounds, received-. its .third antl was passed. Rev. T. M. aiurray, Mrs. Murray. jnd family, have arrived !salely in Scotland, where they will enjoy scv- months' vacation. Her. J. G, Hompas is visitlrig'thc aKteu ranch, at Aii impromptu bascijall match was Irom front page) and shoufd begin an active cam- paign "against tbemV.t once, 01- the law would take, tts course. Marshall CrookEtcn told the council LhaL there was a considerable'number of wtads M'itbin the town- limits, mid 'thaf Etink ought' to be destroyed without delay. Tlie matter whs referr- ed to the .Works and Properly com- miltee witli power to act. People Protest petition was read'lrom the1 Tlie i'lvtra-Cent-A-Day fund, which amounted to 529.69; was voted i ly-'towards the parsonage fnml and the Hishop Pinkham emergency, fund. One veuy.-pleasing Icaturc u-as the bouquet o[ Ameri- can Bcauljr; the cqpvehtioji to tlift. worthy president, Jlrs. Ber- nard, Calgary, little Gilbert Muc- amall.pox.sufferers during lh0 recent eiJldcmic, asking that the council re- consider the matter, and urging tlmt bodyj'to .settle with', toe sen-ant. .Jehu Bridge the prates tanls, and In a short but, pointed speech en- make .'tlie. council bellcvo that it was .unjust to make tfc-a people pay forT a .servu-ut: they -didn't want, antl one that was .Oi very little value at that.. -'Air.' Bridge cliargr.d the Ql.wlth fi could not bc'collectctl by ..law. discussion jfolloimi. Of couucillors expressing their views. llr. Ilasmuasen feltiLhoL under tlie. new healtll act the" bills could be collected, .he was opposed to imposing any- .hardship on. the. people. Council- lor Benuioiiifld vised -caution, in favor of an ainlca-bls' aetitlement of the grievances. He moved' that a compromise be protes-t- iQl.wlth .serious -neglect o-r duty, and. irmly th'ii ojnourit icll-U'right ni'aking the prcscntalion. Rev.; Canon Mow Jit; of Cardsion, delivered, a ;'shdrt. inspiring address'on A. work anrt influence, which was listuniMl to '.with earnest ittcntign by !ilic; large number pres- _, Hearty, .votes of thanlcs were pass- ed Rev. .-1. Mrs. Murrcll- the hostesses, those who assisted on..the'program, an.1 in io all, 'who In any ..way con-, triuuted to .possibly, the most, .sucr chssftil -conyeniion; in the history ol ThC; session with ilic serving, of afrcrnoon tea by Miss 'Rog- Pcnninglpn, -Miss -WcLcdil, Wheth fancy lead er your ancy eas you tohiolipi shogs, you Mill find I lie Mason's vory la lost licio jn loot (hat thcii supeiioi in the woauug. f Shoes that wlH fit. tho foot and be com- foi'lnble froii] the moment yon first put them on. Made of leathers and con- structed BO.UB conform lines of UIG foot.without "pinching. Every fashionable leather is shown in the various.styles: Black. While wr Tan Shoes far the latest lace.'bultoh and' buckle 'effects. AND BRICKS ABC ALWAY 8 Miss son. Miss; c'. TJatte- NEW YORK FOR: FUNERAL New York lime G te of eun York, has jii'sf paid., tlvc- expenses ;oC -the late Senator Patrick I. .the fanner Democi'iltlc cader, of Brooklynj.who died oa'.Oct. 23, 19'bit. The. imdertsker rec-aived-a cheque Eor ?1200 Ercni the. state, 'cpntrdllBr..Jn. settlement, of bis bill When the sen he reputed to havera I loitune his deeplj tlint the. funeral, expenses The piiment tp the undeiidkei van supped into the annual bill of Tlie Elite legislature on the last day of the session. NEARLY HIT JUDGE G, T.'-R. -detectives are the Woodstock bo> who _thrcu tone through a tram window, tnd; almcst hit Sir Win Meredith A ulled .ofi last evening. ants. This idea seeiiied to please the See the Special Pen-Angle Disjilay In the "Made in Canada" Exhibition Train The "Miule-m-Caiiadii" whii-h Iclt Monlipul on heic on jixhibition Train will ar- Friday, June 7th al Jiudniglil and reinaiiuiindi (i.in. Ho sine and sec the Ten-Angle, Display of Undci i riiirj in C'iv No 8 The Lrnin June '.'7th', sb'.don'l; fail to 'sec the oxhibJlion. Penmans Limited v PARIS, CANADA The ineviLablu .10 married men were held iu .their loces, by a score of 23-14.' efcnsive weapons were freely used 01 oth sides, liic benedicts demonstraL- l the fact.that a too long.' rnpres- ori has impaired their efficiency "and icy were unable to !'conic back.'.1 A rgc crowd of spectators enjoyed the one immensely. A return match hcduleri for the near future. In the, Southern Alberta League games wero played last cvcnfng, airmorn the score sultiiiR Jrl- Coleman played at llcresi, losing by .3-1. During the first 20 minutes of the game Jenkins, for was taken off the field, having nn arm fractured in two places. Carr was .next jucapacitatcd by a kick in Ihc leaving Colcnmn only nine men to play. Jflll- cre.st then scored "two the remainder of the first half nnd one during .Ihc second, t'bloniau's -lone tally was made in the second. Blairmorc Tennis. Club IB. holding Its annual dance tomorrow evening. Klaborutf. preparations for n.- largu attendance arc being carried out. On Wednesday llic marriage was solemnized by Mr. .Victor..'Lowrten, ocal of the P. Hums Co., 'iml. JUss GivciulowliiiQ EVQUS, of Mi-.i cliel, nev. -L M. Honton. Mr. and Mrs. Lowiiwn will 'reside in C'nk'miin. Uistrict Court other coiincilmen, and tli-a motion was eeconded .by' Councillor Harker, who declared thnit the town coiild not af- -ford .to go inlo any -litigations over auch a 'trivial sum. Tbe motion ivns put to a vote and nriaiiimausly passed. Inasmuch, as there is at present no healtll officer- In owing lo the removal of Dr. Sanders, Councillo Hea'tlierahnw moved" that the Healtl and 'Itelief interview the present doctor with.a. view to securing his -'the current year, This iyas also caiTleil. v 1 Would Not Accept Cheque The secretary read a comninnlca tlpn from A. Miller, manager of the Jiall, in 'which was attached a cheque fur pool licenses on tha wo new tables Mr. Miller has stalled. Councillor JJennion said that the on- y thing the council could do was to nstruct the. eccrelnry to return the cheque, as H could TIOL he accepted mder -the terms specified, as being a much too small amount i0 cover the licenses. Councillors .Chlprnan and Heatliersliaw fclL that Jhe present 11- was and therefore unlawful, should it taken to the courls. They urged fellow uicm hers to coiiie to ;i friendly undersinud Ing with Mr. aW not persist In obstrnctiiig any move io reduce the lieenes to a reasonable amount. Councillor Bennlon thouglit -that Groceries "As fresh as summer roses in early morning dew" Such are the Groceries sold at this Store t THIS WEEK'S PRICES iilgc Crawloul oi Maclcoil held ilis- Iricl lieic lliis afternoon H crnl cases settled mil oi court, 'ing only OIK- of import- ance, viz.: 'Clans vs. Vcvarar, whei'r- in (III! plninUrT claimed 59.1110 S5I 'lor board nnil Iniiging... -v.-.-.s given lor II. C. Moore of" 1'rank, for (lie defendant, and II. PuliTam, Ulaimorc, for llui plain- till'. c.isc wliicli vvas expected to come ip lor licaring ivas re .Ingnss, a el.iim ur cnnipciisalJon on nccollnl ol lleaili mine. Infonnntlon lias been re- ceived, linwu-iT, tlial. the reecnl sci- lement of Hip Uniu case (Kernie) Vi'll c.sialiliMi a preu'deal io gnvcrn lie in Ihi .case. Tak was the duty of [tie council io stand by their bylaAva, especially since tlioir attorney infcnnod tlicin that the hylaw coukl no-; lie fiuashcd. Tlie tjcorotjily was th-eroupon In- cLrnclctl lo reUivu the cheque to Mr, Sillier, and within a short time the fight will be on. H will likely be the purpose oT Hie iminlcipalllr bring action against Mr. Miller Tor running jrool tables without a license. BUILDING ACTIVE IN WESTERN CANADA The Baptist church In Hcglna is bnlldhiK aii oMcnslon lo cost ?50.- 000. hiildliiK permlls hnv0 been Issued for uvo schools.at Kdnionlon which will-cost cnc'h, A contract IIHH been lei lor a six- storey liualnapfl block for Lll-e ir.n civic oflU'Cs, which wMltust ITiviuVPacked ToiiiiUoes, tin, 2QC Hiiad Packed Tomatoosi caso Corn Pens Aspnnigu.s .Raspberries, two .for Straw.berrics, Pears, Cor Pcaclin'S; two for Plums Dcivdiiiiuv's Pure Honey 25c 35c Sfic Linio sluice (iniju1 .liiii-o HUH] 11) cr ry i n c-ga r Gold 35c C B 45C Olncs 25c 35c 50c C'luvoi's JLnicc in 35C SUnwbeny Jain, j-Ib pail y Ja n, .5-11) pad 90C Changes, linn sKinncd and I uu pci 25c 35c 45c 60c HiiavlRuiics 20C CnlJfoinia Clic incs 3flC Win hail) 411) loi 2C FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TO ARRIVE SATURDAY New Apricots, New Peaches, Asparagus, Wax Beans' New Carrots, New Beets, New Geo. Kerr Co. Phone 1453 313, 5th Street South ;