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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS -Hotel Windsor Best a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBR1DGE The Dallas Hotel It the Pest and MoEt Convrn- Ifnt Place to Slay TENTS AND l-ifl'oi-oiil ami iiualiiios. all new and for loss numi-.v ilian >on ran Iniy ehewlllMV 111 (In1 plMv'llltT. Call and tlu-m. You fan krep i-ool at small cost. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 FOR FOUR DAYS MORE, NO LONGER Bniml Kvuiisaiiil Vo.notublc-s nt I lie greatly rc- diiml prii-es wo luul ilicm iuhTttUed at last tte> sWp.-i.wu of and Oregon Strawberries. Sold >t (he lo.nst vuarkel prices c-rh Jav FANCY WASHINGTON BING CHERRI ES Id start coming in about lie lath. Tbore mil son-films fu'e (or had Usi jesr i hoy tie fluest chcnta that tame to tbU Yoa shc.JlJ preserve- a oE rach Tora- FRUITS IN HEAVY 3 tics e.icb. UnBi'bemes. Strawberries, IVacbes anil Hcd Cherries jud I lir.s each Pears. Pluirs aud Lon.barJ I'lu-ns One CJSe cor.tair.'nj: 21 for...... nil Corn. Peas and Means. One case ccnliinlntr 21 line for You save considerable by latins advantaje of low sreatly reduced prices. Everything fiuar- auwd lire! class. Grccery Ocpr 525 Wholesale Dept. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clasi Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -----PHONES-----. Grocery OepL 1271. We Selecl Our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Locally And tee that they are Fresh and Good Ont. Cheese, per Ib........20c. Dairy Butter, per !b. 50c. 35c, Creamery butter. 2 Ifas. 75c. Fresh Strawberries. 2 for 45c. Tomatoes, per Ib. .25c. Green Onions 3 bunches ..10c. Lettuce, per Ib........... 25c Radishes. 3 bunches lOc. Firm While Potatoes, per 100 75c. Apples, In addition tu our vv ins Jl.OO cm evory spent. Ibs. (cr.......25c. coupons represent- The Premium Grocery J. TUFF. PROPR1ETCK Oppjjltt Tcrrllll Auction Sale, Tuesday, June 10th AT Lethbridge Feed and Stables, Third Street South. Of Horses and Cattle noa'FS and delivery too le-ims. 6 aod sears old' one nnre 5 xears old. foal by side: oae old mare: one yiirlias rn2re: one raire fi jears old, in foal: U'o Durham Balls, 2 yeirs old; vraEons and harness. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH. AUCTIONEER. Alter a hrici ral service at the CITY DISTRICT resident, and a larccly at- tended public seruce in tte Salvation there today. Army Citadel, the remains ol Katie Margaret Christiansen were laid to He Hurried Home Ree.e, of Ftvnie, uho accom plcied Vlce-Preetrient Jones, of the U..M.W. of A., tu Great Falls, as a delegate ID lli_3 cf miners returned on Saturday n'sht, goins di rect to Fernie, to wort at the election I WEA'l IIEK [Ltthbridge 54 I Edmonton, fair....... "S 1 Cororiation, clear...... 47 inift Correct, clear SO 5-> Irandon, clear 'ort Arthur, clear Grdud clear ted Deer, clear....... clear S4 4? Mace Albert, clear 45 looso Jaw. clear..... TV 19 vamloops. clear....... "S 55 .lojdrainBter. clear 7( 53 clear........ S4 M Saskatoon. j5 63 ndian Head, clejr..... T3 Winnies, clear....... TO 44 Velson...............' "9 5S Vesreviile, clear....... TS 51 Calgary, fair......... SO JO Medicine Hat, clear W SI renlScton........... To rS Fine vrealber has been general; the prairie provinces, q-jite sarrr. in Southern Alberta, but cool- er in parts. Manitoba and Saskatche- weather anu warmer to- day and Tussdav. vvilb local thun- der storms. rest in the. I.cttblidge cemetery Sun- day afternoon. Though only fifteen >ears oi ace, .2; .05 .34 attracting interest ier in the arniT, and tsas a dtUpctit jsentEd to tbe Manual Training Scl jid worker tm Master: b.. lheir Koyai The fi Miss Christiansen was a junior d ant- She would have shortly l.e.'n enroll- ed as a senior soidicr, but for her untimely illness am! death. Tr.e funeral vvas very largely at- tended, and was taken pail in by the Sur.-iar school Its Armr and a large number ol ir'cadf. of Ihe members ol in; Girls.' Bihle class, to which deceased be- longed, acted as pall bearers. Ttey Harriett, AJ.HJS Bul- lock, May llopwood, Marion Mitchell, Flory KcUord, and Eva Damson. TEie cortege, which was composed c.i the Armr band, Salvationists, the mourners, Workers' uniun, (of nhich deceased's lather "was a ar.d the Canadian Order oi Foresters, marched to the cemetery V'hEre Captain Tutte conducted the Etrnces, which were very impres- AUraclivc Pictures Pictures in the Red Cros- Drug Co of the Duke and Ducbcss of Connaught and Princess Patricia are Ancient Foresters Tonight A special meeting of Court Unity fSll. A.O.F, n-ill he heli! toaifibt at 8 o'clock. Tho -Initiatory degree will be put on and.other ass dorie by Mr. X gcod sample o[ this ual tscelleni nork. They, were pre- chool ram- and is CITY AXI) DISTRICT Herald Pays Tho Caseaden Lard Co. sold z 5-l.iQO as a direct result ol an ad. in tiie Herald last, In Bad Shape A. B. Ramboush, presr operator at[ tbe C. P. R. telegraph office, was re-. niovcd to Gait Hospital xesrerddy In A Ecrlcus condiliun. He will be ab-: spnt from his duties for some time, Exploring ihe Streams Captain Rojudtll Palmer, of tte hy. Ford's, Chocolates FRESH FROM THE FAC- TORY have an- other Jargc shipmeul of these delicious A Few of the CHOCOLATE BRAZIL NUTS CHOCOLATE FILBERTS CHOCOLATE ALMONDS HONEY NOUGETS PINEAPPLE FRUIT, ORANGE FRUIT MAPLE CREAMS MAPLE WALNUTS Try a and ise Ere sure you v, ith others that these are (he best chocolates >0'i tasted: 7Sc. Cross Drug and Book Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Stuff Htre Cora mis 5 [or. or houscbolj seeds arrhefi in town tbls icoruing froui Sagluaw, Mich. He Liked Great Falls James Fisk, who uciu soulb two ttcets ago to Great Falls, return- ed a couTile of daj'S ago. He Is much aken wlih the >ioclans ar.a in- vested heavily there. Great Fulls peo- ple feel nuite certain that ihe C P.R.- Soo line vvili build Into their cEly. transacted. F. G. B'j.ts, To- ronto, Euperin ten dent cf orginizaiion, Is In the city. AJJ membera are urs td to attecd. serrice bratch cf :tc de- partment ol ihe Interior, has Ijera In the district for sereral ng aurvers of the streams, and reporting on asins. Capt. is at pre- sent licrktas on the St. Mary's river joUom adjacent to Lethbridge. A D-.emorial service, -.rhicli was very beautiful, was held in the even- Ing, ar.d was taken fart in by Ihs liand, the Sucda? scr.ODt scholars and others. To Shelter Public Building inspector Meech has pre- pared plans for toe proposed shelters lo be erected at (he lermiaaU ol the street railway for the convenience ol The) are not elaborateT but uould serre tbe p'jrpcse at a 1 cost. John Henry Vinrter 1 cr formerly of Toronto, died the Queon's Hotel. Sufibury. held. suddenly. An inquest will CASH or CREDIT Some FIRS Mutton The Saift Canadian Co. have suc- ceeded in. ficdln? some mutton. The BIr.cklock Bros., of New Dayton, have sold .F. byyer for the Swift Co, four hundred head, and they are to ba shipped today from barn Mr. H. C. Harvey handled the deal. It is uctler'tccd tbat th? [TJCC bigh on account of the icarcity ol mutloa. Raided Chinese The premises ol Quocg Sang, 312 j Second avenue South, were raided by j the citj- police on Saturday night, and] quantity ot oj-ium prepared for j okies and ?moking equipment con- fiscated. The resort has been under tbe eye of the police for some litfic. and on complaint of G. H. Hugbes, customs officer, got busy on Sat- urday oigbl, and landed the goods. A summons against Qyoay Sang, and he appeared before Acting Benlley (his morning, at the city jioticc court, and w at re- manded for trill. Miners Voting Today tVbtiPE place todaj all over District No. IS. U.M.W. oi A., to Clom Stubba shall be Recovered Long Lost Horse Recojering a horaa tbat has been lost on the range _for tbree j-EETs, is Ulie getting the green r.oles from father ullhout asking i I_l rot the Hot Colernan Theatre Burned Tlie Hex Theatre at was destroyed by fire on Friday. It burned clear out of commission, onl) the machine, a few chairs, ami. per haps, the piano being saved. Mana ger Beaumoat bnaly ourcrd or the feet in his frantic fnieavor to save blj life and personal effects and now lies lu the city hospital. ills clothes, about a films and some in silier were saved b) bis friends. It was an open charge this morning that was tb cause, but this of course, i ha'id to prove. Shocked by Thunder JIYs. James wife of Jaroe Davej, a boilermakcr in the C. P. li suops, rendered unconscious jei terday by a flash of lightning, vhil returning from the cemele-ry. It wa thought that the shock nas a serloi oae, and she was carried to a nearb ottage, and the arabulauee 'phoae or. por. its arrhal, Mrs. Davey v sufficiently recovered to be taken her home on Fifth aveuuc South. D P. -M. Campbell, who attended her, stated that it was the severe thunder clap, which followed the flash, more Ilian the lightning itself which caused the EhocK.. END'S FRUIT SALTS LYMAN'S HEALTH POW- DERS CITRATE of MAGNESIA SEIDLITZ POWDERS. LEMONADE POWDER. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Tfte Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 for ibera. Yet such is the experi- ence of Mr. E. COO'K, of _ ____ Mr. Cook turned O'Jt a yearling colt head ol tte orga-malion, o.- Rn-.ilh of j from his fatm three years ago, and Fernie, who cpposed him at tte an-1 had not Been it ilnce, nnlli last elections. Indications are that! The colt branded, an4 Mr. Cook M. K, KAAKE Opposite Alexandra Hotel CARE AND CLEANLINESS X-PREM1ER SAYS ALCOHOL, TUB- ERCULOSIS AND OTHER EVILS ARE KILLING PEOPLE rranco. the medicine and surpcry, "was roni IS to 19 fur in Eng- and, in Holland, anfl in the Scandin- Uan countries the mortality did noc vcoed 14 per ihosisand. Indifference to those conditions and lationil intorlla, imperil tlia rcry ex- stenco of the French rlostng dei-laratlon of M. BourgeoiB. ParU, Jure French people s becoming obliterated; nlcoholiMii, ubeiculosts, and tho absence of ade- uate hygiene decimate the the opinion ol Alexandre Itibot, R oncer Prejiier of France, as expreEf- d recently before the- Hygiene Social .lliance. "Ojr people mu5t be In- tructcd in the perils tbat menace be speaker continued; "it will require rVll the Tesources and Btreiistb of the ;ovcrnment to combat hu dangers." This view of (lie future of the French was shared bj another itromir.ent Frenchman. Leon who has served hts country as [ircmicr. M, bourgeois declared tbat although ihe ileatb rate of has fallen In Kngbnd nnd !n Germany to 11 far popu- lation, itie rate in France v-as for The general mortality in SUFFRAGETTES ONLY FINED AND COSTS Jjondon, June police magts- rate today refused to grant postpone- nent for the preparation of their evi- dence to Lhreo 'inffraseltca, uere brought up in connecUon irlth their attempt to Interrupt fhe deliber- ations of tho Balkan, conference St. James' Palace yesterday. Each of then? fined or as an al- ttrnatlvo fourteen daya' JmprlEca- tit. hp prironers unfurled puffragetto baoners white they In the prison- ers1 enclosure, and other a-iffragetles present in court ehouted proteats ag- ainst thu magUtralo' for refusing a postponement. John A. Harp Jr., ot Malahrdo town- ship, ciexJ of rheumatic contract- ed through his being overheated and cbillert- at bis wife's grave threo months ago. A MAN AND A CUR Had the Money in Poihtt L. H. L'hl, former proprietor of the Bijou moving riiclure theatre, was ar- rested on Salurda> on a warrant sworn hy II. I'ratl, of the Domin- ion Kipresa Co. 'The warrant charg- ed IJhl with getting mor.ey undtrr false pretences, lihl had tenderer! the formant a on ihe Hani; of To- ronto for 'Jj in payment of express oo picture Mnis. The cheque liy the bank marked "cot suflicicot but H was learned later that IJlil had an account at the Sank, and therefore could not bo as having ''no account" at Hie binli. I'M aas searched by the police, and plenty of money fotmd to pay the'checiue. This was accepted by the Infotmaol as fulj settlement, and Uhl allowed lo go clear. the race will be both sides be- ing confident of li-lory. The official not be until next Thursday, when all the reports must he in tbe hands o' Secretary Carter at Fernie. CITY DISTRICT To Ler.i Helping Hand .Tohn Perrie, o[ Kdmonton, dejiuty minister of in the city today. He is In the tomb Coun CARD OF THANKS felt s'ire that It aould turn nfi iivinj; aid to ner. districts which What a Pretty Home YCE, fsn't il. acd I bought it from Alberta Outfitters time. Ei. McKer.yle the real by J'r. Cook'p on a Vour.d-up, (lilrly-live miles sorJi- eaal cf Stirling Hie colt is four 3P.1T3 old, and certainly does r.ot look anv the ff.r In etnerlence. It only proves Ihe noaderfui tlcif-rala- _____ Ing' power of Ihe prairie, (or the coil >irt (leo. McKcnzie and family de-Uad not been fed la the three 6th St. Dominion Block. isirn their man) (nends !or thc-ir SymMth> i lho Praille j in her rerenl bereAvement Kspcc- j'ally she to thank the I 0.0. F, b'Jse. Ihe InlornaHonal Rrolber I pay Is rerer miss it. mi r.tooi of WurVtr S 0. E. fnr their i the Cal A Snap in Southern Alberta land A quarter section. 3 1-2 miles south o! Ciraisy I-afce. All Jenced Mf) cross fect.ed.Good well 12 Icet deep. Fina toute. (wo barns granary. 125 In crop, Ihe receires-ln Tr'rs Ki53 HCCOOO cisb, bal- In two yean. Write or wire, S.A.BUCHANAN GflASSY LAKE, i ALBERTA. 1JUS1NKSS LOCALS AL'TO 12J5. 1505 PI'FCI (or hus! Mi3. n n. SVrighl, high class DressraaVer, nho has rscer.ll) con- rluctcd a huslneia la the Bael and la noa localert Ihe .Cleanins te pleased to meet all patrons And make shifts and Dniierr.-ear in bleat lashionl. Phone 474 Jth street aollh. IIS-6 KCX C'O, Albcr- ita Ssddlery, Coalriale Hotel. 103-0 At TO 1E3S LSO-6 Kor good, clean cut, and wTell dried iindllrs I'lione 630, The North i tr, form inunldKililleR to replace c old Jo.'al improiemen.t districts. Cadeta to Camp Tvelve iiur.rlrcil Mherla cadets wil Into tisinlng ramp a( Cfilgary, on lul> j-ethbridge will Pcnrl 'tip contingent of about one hundred In of Lk-uU-lnstructor Kilmer They ,-tmafa in'camp until July S Chapter Night Cnsplor H A..M. will hoi an cm'.rgcnt convocation on Wednes daj cunlng, .lure 11. at S o'clock frompl. conferring M.M.M. degrer All vlslt-cs c-.mpanlona In the city tie made very welcome. Battery Encamps June 12 Definite word was received on Sat rday tbat '-he '-'5th liattcry K.C.IIA. raid KQ into annual'training camp al alsary this year on June 1-. The leaic on ThirrErtay mornins, y special train for They remain in camp for sixteen clurnins cither on -hint- or Tliis jear actual, target iiraclice vsill be one of the features of the lattery's rork .it camp, live shells liaving been irovicled for the new guns. A portion it the Sarcee Kr-serse. near Calpary, las been set apart for this iiurj'Osc. >car It "as thought "ist the bat- :ery r.oulil go to Manlloha, nhcre. with other artillery units, s'ldi prac- tice v-otild lie pcisslhlc. The bnttory is filling up well, and go to canif near fnli strength. A'n Incident happened in Toronto, when a wdll-kno.wn around jfie called Catmn Tom, saw queor little oblect floating down the Hu'mbcr He swam out to the little black bimdlo and csplurtd II. it turned out to be a tiny cub bur about as big al i cut. The two are ahown above. Ce'ebrate Travellers' Day jiari ago the U. C. T. celebrat- ed Traiellr-rJ' Day at the local exhi- bition. A moie Is nOT on foot lo a celebrillon again year, oen eiery traveller, to- gether from other coun- ls hold 3 fair Tbursday or of fair The irnTeijcra In arc OVGT olghiy If lliey a eel- ltibrldgf Tran.ler. 1-er tlHered to any part of the city. a meellng o AUTO Phoiw 1255, 150 0 1 to rJIzcmi tbe mailer. sliortly Delicious, Wholesome and Digestible The ICE CREAM .we make is rich, smooth and wholesome. Pure country cream and natural fruit flavoring. This is why our ICE CREAM is so popular. THE FLORENTINE ;