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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETiimUOGK DAILY HEKALI) __ >ecials for Friday 1 Saturday Only Men V. Oxfords Gun Metals, Tans and Patents Special at Women's Pumps Oxfords In Patents, Gun Metals and Taiis Special at Lots M Bargains in These? the most up-to-date line of Horary for Men, Women and Children In the City SENATE WILL DEBATE FOR WEEKS Taft Disappointed at Fin- ance Committee's Action Washington, June re- commendation of any sort, the Can- adian reciprocity bill was ordered re- ported to the Senate today by the .finance committee. As reported, the bill carries the amendment: of Senator Root of New York, which strikes out the clause admitting print paper and pulp free from untaxed Canadian tim- ber limits. It is being freely predicted today that the debate in the senate, which will begin next week, will last for at least six.weeks, and may run on for.two months or more. The faUr lure of the committee to report tr-e bill favorably and the adoption of the Root amendment were great dis- appointments at the v White House. '.Nothing would please the opponents of the bill more than to delay action by the senate until after the expected general election in Canada in the fall on the reciprocity issue. It is certain that no attempt-will be made to do this. A letter from 'a "Prominent Canadian'' to a member of congresK name not given, -was passed around the capital today as an argument to delay action here until the regulai session next winter. This letter des cribed the situation in Canada as fol lows: "The Conservative party has finally agreed to force the govern Iment to a general election and the jissue will undoubtedly be reciprocity This will be done by withholding it vote upon supply bills at Ottawa. The government realizes the situation and ls making plans to hold a general elec tion in the early fall.'' z The letter "further stated that' MAY ROBERTS !N COMEDY _ __ Conservative party is preparing to Tonight's offering; tonight at the Santiago, june distribute broadcast in Canada, a cir majestic is "The Juclge and the jceived here ,rom a party of treasure every'one of .the annexa original ,has aboard; the tion; speeches delivered in congress UNEARTH BIG PILE OF MONEY "been seen ___ 'has never Seekers to Lethbritfge 'before. Those j says the expedition to recover, an im- aave admired Miss Roberts in jmense cache of gold the -The Thief" will -tonight have m op- crew of a Chilean cruiser off the Hon- portunitv of in- ar, duras coast many years has been how versatile Ihere. .The .steamer..is now headed for this port.- during the reciprocity debate. mm. m A seeing is. Very few stars dare to Irom stnotional leads to roles. however. Miss Roberts Belleville Peterboro are now elects to and', in the of "Mrs. Rumpus" in "The Juiv3 -and t the always; delights her aud- C; Ien6e> 'Between. acts 'two and t.'iree f' tilr.' Gillard will recite "Lasca" i' Frank Desprez. ilr. Gillard was very well known as a club entertainer in te [London, before he decided to UXL'OW the stage as a profession. His ren- dition .of the Desprez poeni is. said; to "be perfection, charging 25 cents for a hair cut, boost of 5 cents. ENGLISH BANK FAILS COLLECTIONS FOR STARVIiNG CHINESE Winnipeg, .June the Anglican "oroircties here will devote offerteries on Coronation. Day to the Chinese Famine Fund, '9 London, June Birk- -beck" bank in High Holborn, which withstood a run. last fall, caused by rumors that the institution would be in trouble, suspended payment today. The directors esti- mate the deficiency at 000, 'but actuaries think that will 'be nearer the mark. INSPECTORS OF LICENSES RESIGN (Special to the Calgary, June A. Fairlj license inspector for the.city of Ca garv. has resigned. It is said tha friction between Fairly and'the ne Chief Inspector Lancy is the caus R. Chamberlain, inspector for th Calvary district, it turns out, ha had his resignation in for over, month. Fairly would not discuss h resignation this morning, but' admi ted that it" was in; Edmonton, June License Inspector Lancey, in an interview with -yoiir.f correspondent 'admits that In- spectors Fairley! Rae and Chamber-: lain have 'resigned but says there is; no friction. He thinks somebody in.1 Calgary is trying to cause the ble. EDITED 3Y Office Phcrve, Residence 'UNO." 1224 620 ostesses tomorrow- Mrs. A. Southard. Mrs. A. McKerricher will not ;ceive again tins season. Mrs. J. lorrow. Duff will not receive to- Rev. R. K. Newman, isiting' Rev. and Mrs. few days. oE Kipp, is A. A. Lvtlc over the meeting. Plans were made for a latent sale to be held as soon as possible. The Society will meet each Wednesday until after the sale, and at the weekly sessions will sew oji articles they will donate for that event. Thirty-two members were pres j ent at session-, and at j its conclusion enjoyed the delicious tea and cake provided by Mrs. South- ard. Mrs.- Buchanan, Mrs. Broad and Mrs. Allen will serve the re- freshment at the next meeting. The members of the Flower Guild vill weekly visit to the Gait Hospital (tomorrow afternoon at .45. .Miss" who has 3een visiting-Mrs. H. Galvin for the jast ten days, returned to her home n Pincher City yesterday. Mrs. Rigby 'gave a delightful bridge tea yesterday afternoon for Mrs. F. C. Clarke. Several games were play- ed at three tables'with u concluding lour over the tea cups. Mrs. Seatle hostess- at the tea hour. The honor favors weje awarded Mrs. and Mrs. Conybcare. Mrs. A. E. Smith entertained the Opinion Expressed to Board of Trade-Enter- tain Visiting Scribes For nearly .two, .hpurs the council of the Board of Trade was in ses- sion this afternoon and accomplished a good, deal of business. The president of the R. R. Davidson, advised .the Board that there will'be ill teen. ivith It. U Bonien .on''his .tour ;and suggesting that the board entertain them. The president will name a take in the big Sundial ...picnic OR Juno 27 The council "'thought it a good stunt. Those present President 'Hatch, Vice-President Cimningham, Messrs. Dubbin, Taylor. Rlpley, Skeith, R. E. McArthur. and A vcrv' orettv wedding last evening, was cekbrated at the home of the committee to look men- bride's- mother, Mrs. Robert Xivcn. J- E. Jones, American consul gen-1 Secretary ..laawanng. ST., 511 Filth St., south. The bride eral at Winnipeg, wrote asking the j was Mrs. youngest daughter, j board to send him news 01 the do-j Annie Falls' Nfven." and the groom, j velopment of the city in order that j John Scliuliz; 'of'this city. Rev. A.j he may be able to answer questions 31 Gordon celebrated the ceremony j regarding Lethbridge. He said also at nine o'clock. Bouquets of crimson i that he could use some of the inior- and white carnations brightened the j mation in bis report for the annual draw ins; rooms, where about forty-j consular report from Washington five friends and relatives were as-i whk-h socs to every country of the .0 WILL RUN sernble.ri. The bride made a pretty picture in her lovely gown of fine publicity commissioner. white point de sprit over liberty j The Trade Gazette wanted to know silk. The -peasant. waist and skirt be-! if the board wanted some extra cop- letter was referred to the j H. Riley May be ing elaborated with panels of heavy j jcs ol- number of June alover lace. ..An embroidered veil tulle, caught in the coifTure with coronet of orange blossoms, Qi; a j was a Candidate Aain members of the Baptist Aid Society worn and her bouquet was a shower ileasa'ntly yesterday afternoon. See- ing, occupied the afternoon, but at five -o'clock was laid aside and the- dainty repast served by the hostess enjoyed. The Garden Party and Strawberry Festival to be given by the Canadian- American Club tomorrow evening on the la was surrounding the home of Mrs. G. M. Hatch promise be a gay event. Over a hundred invitations have been issued. Ai twelve or. fourteen piece band will discourse throughout the even-.! ing and a number of the young peo- people will serve ice straw- berries and home-made cake. The Prothean .which is. com- posed of young ladies of Wesley church will1 give an-unusual and novel entertainment in the church next Mondav evening, which'will undoubt- edly draw a large audience. The-class will hold a Mock-Trial, "Rex vs.' Shirker." There will grave' judge, whose wisdom will be unquestioned, of course, a prisoner, witnesses, policeman, etc.1 The pub- lic is irJ7.it.ed, to attend the Trial and see Tor" women .can direct'and decide such dire mat- ters. The Aid Society of Wesley church met yesterday afternoon for the first time since the close of the member- ship campaign, and-a number of the .new members were present. The pre- sident, Mrs. C. C-.: Ciragg, presided You Can Refinish a Piece of Your Farm- tore at Our Expense STAVELEY MAN HURT i Hans Kobler, a. well known rancher, 'living near Stavely. Alberta, met with an accident this morning which made jit necessary for him to be-brought to the Gait Hospital. He was out horse-back riding .and' i the horse stepped into a. badger hole and fell, ground throwing KoWer to, the' an-cl rolling unon his lower of white carnations. The maid was the bride's niece Miss Annie who was at- tractively gowned in satin striped bebc blue silk voile over silk with bandings of satin of the same shade and yoke of gold metallic embroid- ery. "A large picture, hat adorned with willow plumes and roses was worn, and a sheath of large pink carnations carried. Mr. Robert' Niven, the bride's eld- est brother, gave her away. Mr. Schultz was assisted by Mr. Alex Niven. Mrs. Niven greeted the guests wearing a handsome gown of black taffeta with sequin trimmings. After the ceremony and a short re- ception, the bridal party and guests adjourned to the dining where a most' -delicious supper was served. The stately wedding cake centred the table, and four bouquets of En- .chantress carnations and ferns lent their loveliness to the board. The gifts were very beautiful and were received from friends who had known the bride since babyhood. Mr. Schultz left at mid- night for Portland, where they will at tend-the rose festival; they will also visit Seattle and Vancouver before returning home. The going; costume was a of navy broadcloth with finishings of'wide soutache braid and a pretty peasant blouse of ecru lace. 15. which has a special Lethbridge write-up. c y Alberto says': This was-referred to the commission- I Tbg OI- A. J. .McArthur leaves cr. i the riding of Gleiehen without a mem- The Winnipeg Telegram advised thciber. and opens one cf the most poli- board that it could have copies. I Of a full page write-up of Lethbridge'i to next candidates. for advertising purposes for or j Giejch.CJX riding is partly rural and at the rate of S3 for single thous- partly urban, running east as far as lands Referred to the commissioner, j Gleiehen and taking in all Calgary neien. jnorth of the ,3ow. There were, hot Support Letnbndge contests which well nigh split the par- The Taber Board of Trade wrote to! ties in each of the .party-nominations is_ Judge Stuart the Board saying that .they passed a unanimous resolution ex- its sympathy and support to get the pressing had iin the first election; pv-'sat for the ridin-g for two sessions. "land then .was called to the bench. In one of the most spectacular elec-: totalling of which. the chief L_ Walsb> Tlie T6gular elec- items were, London Times for in 1909 Was rather uneventful, vertisenieut in the special Riley defeating James Shonldice Lethbridge Herald iorjin a straight party fight by a large publicity number advertising and two ygar thousand copies'oi same and _ and ,the election held -in miscellaneous printing The j It was a very exciting elec- secretary cave a statement tion, Mr. McArthur defeating Mr. Riley that accounts .are the board win-be in'the hole about Tf the that The monthly payment of sub- scriptions will be coming in in a few Wiii ivir. Kiey Run Agsin? It is rumored on the streets' Mr. Riley will be a candidate again, but it is not known whether as a da vs. i straight independent, an independent TnrfiKtrr in Sieht supporter of the Sifton government, an An Industrv m bignu [independent supporter of the opposi- Giving his report as chairman of jtion or as an opposition candidate. Me. the industrial and wholesale commit- jRiley resigned because the premier tee, E'. A. Cunningham reading a letter from a gasoline trac- reuorted, !made no statement on the government 'policy regarding the A. G.'W. rail- way, but later Mr. Sifton pursued "a almost precisely as Mr. Riley locate tor manufacturer that .may here and also had.a report from F- had laid out However, it is hardly expected that he will support the government. i It is not believed that the Conserva- the board busy for six montns. win bring out a straight candi- A. Harrison, giving a list of oppor- tunities to follow up that would keep mob turban of dark blue j had letters from J. S. Dennis, of if M.r Riley enters the-field. O __ -__.-__J n and natural straw adorned with a wide flat bow of black velvet com- pleted the toilette. j SHELDON (ft TRIAL AT MONTREAL Montreal, June The trial of C. the Montreal on the charge of financial stealing jfirabs.'- Medical aid was given ?15o 000, opened this morning i Stavely but it was thought advisable !__ _ T t1. -rtlirf CaSL'atOarSion for Materials, Free to prove to you, how T simple how easy it is to make an old' piece of furniture- like _ what beautiful, lasting results "you'can get from Johnson's Materials. _ is what we give. A' bottle of Johnson's Electric Solvo to instantly remove the old "finish. A bottle of Johnson's Wood choose your shade from list 4o beautifully color the wood. A nackaee of Johnson's Prepared to impart that beaulitul against heel marksand scratches; IrwH'nCTrcaTch'orMiOtd'airt'brrdast..-' Dy is mere not simply a surface dressing. It is a real, deep- seateci dye. that goes to the very heart-of the and stays there fixihVa-rich and permanent j Johnson's Wood Dye is made in 14 standard shades: Wo '726 I Oak 1 22 Forest Griev. No. 130 Wea'Jicrvi Oak Dark Oak No. fjt Fhmisk-Q'ak ''No. fjr Bream Weathered Mission Oak No: fjS-.Rrmnn. 'flemish No. 132 Gr'.cn Weathered Oak JVo. Light-Mahogany No. 140 Manila Oak or s Green Xo. 121? Dark Mahogaiiy Early English them demonstrate what JoKnsOiCs Materials will do in your Samples arid Literature At Our Store o llvd of town, write us." !Stavely jthat he be brought to the hospital. .MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS i Winnipeg. June following {are the American and Winnipeg mar- jkets: i WINNIPEG opened 101. closed 100 3-S; October opened 89 1-4, closed 89 1-8'.- Oats- July opened 37 3-S, closed 37 5-8; Oc- tober 'closed 36. opened 220, closed 220; Octvuer closed 175. before Judge Langelier in the court of special sessions. Sheldon appeared pale and thin as he faced the crowded court room. Mr. Pelletier, his. asked that no evidence be allowed except concerning transactions of October 7 last on the ground that the charges concerned the transactions on that day only. Crown Prosecutor Walsh opposed declared that he had a right to .know, the total amounts received WINNIPEG Northern 99, [by Sheldon and those paid out. Judge 2 Northern 96, 3 Northern 92, N.o. 4 Langelier ruled that a statement S6 1-2, No. 5 78 1-2, No. 6 74.1-2, be produced showing the total 62. 2 C. W. 34. of Sheldon's transactions jl N. W. 2.20. n iviwritcus: An important witness was v Harry C. P. R. DIRECTOR Medicine June is re- ported here today, but with what degree of truth is not known, that E. B. Osier, member, of Par- liament and a C. P. R. director, has bought two hundred dollars worth of property in the vicinity of Medicine Hat. C.P.R. colonization department, and j a copy of a letter from one. Bethunc' the-London agent of the com- What Mr. Riiey Says Yesterday Mr. Riley declined to-dis- cuss the situation or say_ whether ,uot he would be a candidate. "It pany, regarding some disparaging j would De altogether-out of place just marks made about Lethbridge to ajnow for me to make any .comment prospective settler. Mr. Dennis as- upon what might happen in the Gleicii- vnrt'A the hoard that he would not en _ sin ca me ooaiu uui j. McArthur, Irricana, brotner of tolerate any such tnmg by any ms member; H. B: Adshead, of agents, and the agent's explanation.1 Crescent Heights and Roy Cowan, of of his slip was very plausible. Reporting further 'with regard his recent trip to the east, Mr. Cun- Langdon, and others are mentioned. Nothing will likely be done in the way of bringing on an election until ningham told of his interviews return-from England of Premier General Manager Chamberlain, of Sifton. LEGAL FIRM WILL BE REARRANGED Changes in Firm of Lcugheed. Bennett, G.T.P., and Vice-Presidcnt Whytc, o HE CALLS IT A "HELL ON EARTH" the C.F.R-, as has already been re-1 WinnipeK June J who had deposited si.uuu retainjng that position with the He therefore advised that the Board Kheidon on October 10 as well as S9 7-S, closed SO 3-S; December ooened 5-S, closed 92 .1-4. HOLD UP IN UTAH Tooeie, Utah. June After sagging ishafer, cashier of the Tooeie Commercial Bank yesterday, two mounted robbers fled to the hills with of the money. Several 003- ses are in pursuit. ter's flight saying that all would be paid hack. Other witnesses testified to having deposited money with Shel- don. Sheldon's counsel emphasized the fact that all those who had deposited j C. P. R. and may probably not be appeal to the operators arid miners associated with the firm except in corr_e t0 an agreement to operate Sudbnry, June Archibald Tate, aged 31; Joel Hunter. 28, and.Geo. Gerrar.d, 20, were drowned in 'Lene Benag on .'Monday. They were crossing the rtake in a canoe when a squall sprang up. The canoe filled and sank. Two other occupants.of the canoe clung to the submerged craft and drifted ashore. that capacity The firm of which Sen- ator James A. Lougheed is the is the oldest in Calgary and one of the best known in Western Canada. TAXICAB DRIVERS FINED Winnipeg, June taxi- so for the purpose drivers were fined various sums sneculatine all aware of the morning for leaving their rigs risk Evidence is being continued. in the segregated area long- than was necessary.for transaction of "business. BRANDON CLEARINGS Brandon, June clearing bouse figures for the week ending today were For the cor- responding last year, A WINNING the mines, pending the final settle- ment of the existing trouble. Hall Coming R. Dobbin for. the publicity com m it tee, reported that Commissioner Hail would be here in a few days, as he was' staying in Brandon to close up arrangements for the Convention of the Associated Western Canada, next week. President Hatch Engineer Grace o? berta Land Co., Hoard u> to the head rif Trorio of hich meets here said that Chief the Southern Al- had invited thc a cet acquainted trip of LaUc McGregor and Imported Absolutely U made boUkd in England. ;