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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta fS ji.; 1 IM ss; I n Tagc S THE LKTHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD .Monday. June 9. 1_913 Senator Smoot of Utah Tell- Lobby Committee About it --Raymond on the Map Cholcvtt Product of the finest Tea-Pro- ducing Country in iho World "SALADA" Us flavour and strength are preserved unim- paired In sealed lead packet. ____ BLACK, GREEN and MIXED. U r.oi be genes kuowu it's'. Bcrmor Sinc-cC. of L'ub, one of mos: statesmen "I the the bonier. :s .1 ?hare- lo'.der in ihe Knisbi Sugar Co. of Hal- incitid. Hr Is. The toUottin? report a irotu D.C.. therefore ynne icterenms; committee decided ton'sM lo FUNERAL WAS into a _ _, Investigation ot all orsinufiJ that have been made lo infiuer.t-e ac- tion teeisfati'nn of any Utd now 3 pndiag before congress or under coa- fide-r.nioa in the recent past. Questions a; to the inieresi the church koWs m EUP factories in Hah broucht LARGELY ATTENDED BY THE MEUBESS OF THREE CITY LODGES At one o-r fkc funfral> ever in ibis thr late George Tiho was striken dead on Fri- day, whin he cau-e in contact v electric lisbi wire, while at oa a role, was laid to rest afternoon. The ihree lodcef oT iho Independent OnJtT or J ineljdlng Hizpah lodge No. 72, Viaduct lodge No. 53, and No. C, of which de- cease il a member. .1 clash between Senator K-UCCI awl democratic mentors of ibe (ernnuuee SeiMtor Smoot Fc'd ite church a small p ncuut of in (be Srzar at u-l be re- f-tnteil questions fcy Setutcra Heed ss !arecue ihe Rev. A. C. Watson, of tl'.e Bapiisi church, held a brief service. The cortege ac- companied by the Ciiy Band to the cemetery, nhere Uev. read he burial The Oddfellows tten neld ttelr re- gular wa? read by Heprss-nis the People Here in Wasiijp.sfoii 1 represent a-H the jjeople ot be said sharply. 'I HOB'I Moimon or Jew or Gentile, black cr white, Methodist or I'rerhyterJan." Senator Reed he had not raeani to insln'-ate tbat Stu-iior Smoot the repress a "Don't you in a of the Mormon uaj church within the meaning br the in- ilr. Walsh. "I Up rpinirted Senator Emool, ''no [core than yen Snioot's Interests Etcalor Sroooi told ihe committee he h3d BO sheep in the United Stales and that his chief beet sugar interests were in' the" Knight Sugar Co, at Ray- mcud, company also sells lauds and-ralics cattle.v.He give his industries that migH he affectfd by Iks tariff as, follows Union Poritead Cement 000; gold and silver mines in which some lead was found, L'tah- Idafco Sugar company, Knight company, Knight .V'oolen company. Prove, Utah, newspaper, Lake HIS DUTIES AS A Herald Clips From Hansard to Show That Mr. Buchanan is on the Job tur'.r.i; couslikratlon of the csti- tec in the House of last urday A. Bucbanin, M.P.. dealt h waiters coLcerninp bis constit- uency. Hansard Ms utser. tious as follows: CHAIN OF STRYCHNINE WAS FOUND IN. KUS PECULIAR RELATIONSHIP Woodstock, 'Ont "June E- -lesnectcA reporter, die! at bis borne ia Btenhftim, March 25, under; cire'ususiances so suspicious that inquest was -ocileced- The analjsist, 'has etamincd ibe stomach of the dead man, reported 1hat a.-gC4iti of strj'caninc was found it, at inquest that Mrs. Eesner had, during his several dcsts of salts 1o her hu-sbaud, and after each of lifsc had given, the sick man bera e iDurh Jirii. admit te'l having buughi strjchnine (o trows xiHh. but dented that there was 'any in tbe home at the time ol Ler hushand's illness- Mrs. Becmer was her husband's nifce, and ihc inamage, it tucV place some years ago, caused considerable talk When the roolher, ?ftti being atrostcd }cstcrddy morn- ing on 2 charge murder, taV- cn to the jail, litlic childrtn were left. .Mag- istrate Ij'ntt this morning Ihe case vas rematitleii for a week. Chaplain Schrinef add Noble Grand :n, of lodge No. 2. Tbe reading Interspersed with ihe singing of several My God to accompanied bj" the band. At the close ol the service every mem- ber of the fraternal order parsed 1 the grave and dropped a spra> of evergreen on the casket. of ihe, Caledonian Football Ciub aod of the-Electrical Workers were present at ihc funeral, and a number of" friends save mony oE ihe In. which deceas- ed was by atiending tbe cere- mony, la all there were about people in tbs- processicn, The sucdeu shove v toat came up about. 430 delayed -the funeral for about half an hour, and the attend- ants were compelled to seek shelter w litre tbej- could.' The entire ceremony was most im- pressive, and ibe" march to the ceme- tery vras a to call forth revcr. and j -Tbe pall bearers were all members of tbe Oddfellows. Tbey were: Martin, Lewis Luady, Fred Hogg. Ktf- jvard ThfnbaliJ, William Simoods and IVm. MeycTF. The floral tributes were.many and prilh .their ,beautiful fragrance gare silent lesiinionv oi the and sor- row of the inaoy friends of tbe de- patted., They were as follows: Three Lodge No 2; large wreatb irora hi? teammatvs, the Callies. Master -ElectrlciaDF, cross-. Mr. and Mrs. Beards, Sons of England, Mr. and Mrs. U Kimbail, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas anrl-the Aid of Wesley church, sprays; City Electri- cal idepanment, pillow; wjfe children, heart, act! Mr. and Mrs. W. aaobor.-Mr. R. D. Scath- cut George Wood and Jack spray. BEAUTIFUL AND IMPRESSIVE SERVICE OF I.O.O.F. CARRIED AT CEMETERY YESTERDAY Yesterday the annual Decora- lion Day for the I.O.O.F., and the grave of every departed brother was itltngly decorated v.Ith beautiful ger- aniums. In the, morning the graves in the id cemetery were deioralcrt, Fire Chief Hardlc being In charge of ihe In the afternoon directly following tie funeral of the late George Me- Keiizie. a Ehcrrt service and the party broke up info tins, and every grave in the cemotery, placing toerecn and car- nations. It a %ery eight to The brothers Jiad gone by Ite vsorlri perhaps long >et their namea and faces were iresh in the memory at their frfeeds, they who had gone were on eartb, had at'jcfe closer than a brother, and %ho bv thfs pfir.ple gave token of (heir regard, and freshened their EierjaoiT of ihoee under the sod, Fire Ilardlo read the senlcs ar.d by of Viaduct lodpo N'o. 55' Mr,; year A vote as passed (or this -building. I ucder- tiactl thai durlnp ihe past jear a free tite oSeixd to tbe that ac of tbe department ex- amined the site >eir, ar.d satisfied with ii. 1 a letter here from the municipal touccil bf Bassauo asking me to urge tbls buUdiog be placed under construction because tbe present post- al facilities are very inadequate. They like 10 ascertain whether tbe contract Mil te let and Ibe building placed uader cons'rue lion, this 3 ear. If the site has been given lo the gov- ernment, I nould urge upon lion, minister the commencement of tbis Hork as scon as in order to meet the dcaiaciU cf the'lgrowlug of Dassaco. Mr. Rogers: We got a Tree site- from tbe n, and the go on this year. LethbrTdge Pcstoffice building, 000. Mr. Prjchanan: Has the minister kept In mind iu this case ihe tact thai In Mocsc Jaw, Saskatoon ana other western citirs. it lias found ne- ccaEary lo build larger post offices in a few following the erection of new offlces? Will the iJelhbridse buUdtrjs be up to the siaudard of the new buHtiincs at Saskatoon and Moose. Jaw? We expect rapid de- velopment in lA-thbridce, und in de- signing this building attention should be paid to the future and a building provided that will meet development, that it may not be as in the other cases where new buildings will have to be What will be the ultimate cost ot the building at Letb- bridge? Mr. Rogers: We have feept in mind the'rapid development and fuUrrc prospects of Letbbridge. The build- ing when completed have cost ajid tliat ought toVlbc suffic- ient to meet the requirements for Eom5 ticne to.cooic. Buchanan: 'When will It be completed "and re'ady tor occupallon? Mr. Hogera: The -contract is let and tbe building is under way. Under the contract iVte'tb be completed In September, 1914. Cusloms Offices 3Ir, Buchanan: I uould line lo im- press the governme'tt a mailer concerning the' city of Medicine Hat. I brought the attention ol the boo. minister o! customs'to the early in the session at a rPrsorcal (n- lenriew._ 1 do not kcow whether he hai changed his niind in regard to Ibe or not. At present the city of Medicine Hat is an oulport of Medidne Hat i3 now a city of fourteen thousand mbabHanis. U is a important mdustilal ceotie wHb a icry heavy customs business, and tbe inhabitable feel that It ttuwld be created into a port cf entry. I be- lieve the memoDra-o! tbe government especially the Miolater ot Public Worts, who Is acquainted Medi- cine think that Hat should be a port This city la ambitious wan'K to faave all the adrantapea of a Crowing city. like to impress upon i Ihe gOTernment (he importance or two other points in my constituency, the town of Glclchen and iho town of Talier, both of nhlcd I understand have made reciuesfs to (he govern- ment lo be made outporls of cjstoma, GJeiclicn an outsort of Calgary, and Tabcr an outport erf They are In well settled districts there SB .1 considerable trade and tjuite a. business in the Hue of cus- toms. Mr llosers: I am sorry lhat the Minister of Customs is not fn his place at the moment. Rut, so far as Gltfcbep asd Taber are concerned, I know these and they are thrlv, ing and growing towns, and wit! cer- tainly merit, at all events, tion of tliE claims that my hon. friend put 3o far as Medicine Hat is concerted, I entirely Agree with the fcon. gentleman that It should be made a port of It (s one of the Important (owns in the west antf It ts growing as fast as U fo possible Tor a of Us size to r direct the of the Minister of Cusloma to the sug- gestion with the statement thit In my Jftdfcfne Ifat should be treated a rort of entry. Blood Indian Mr. It.ichanan- 1 understand that grazing Icaqca on the Blood Indian 'tcEcno on the .July, this >ear, r.iirl ncUorstand that pElfiion? liavc Iici-n presented lo thf ir.r.uL ihat the lerisrs be not CLARKE GO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Tuesday Bargains in Little Things HOSIERY AND GLOVES, CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR AND BELTS, WAISTS AND WHITEWEAR, VEILS, VEILINGS, SUNSHADES, Etc. This is a most satisfactory store iu wlncii to supply, to the very best advanltige, the of of'particular tastes in every sort of ihiinly fixings for outer or umlorwt'ur, which uu-au so to the completion of milady's wardrobe. IN THESE PARTICULAR LINES WE HAVE ALWAYS MADE AN EFFORT TO FAR OUTSTRIP ALL COMPETITION. BOTH IN EX- CLUSIVENESS OF ASSORTMENTS AND LOW THAT THia NEWS OF BARGAIN ITEMS FOR TOMORROW COMPOSED OF THESE VERY GOODS, SHOULD BE OF MORE THAN USUAL IMPORTANCE TO EVERY WOMAN IN THIS CITY. WHO IS ANXIOVj's' TO TURN A SAVING ON THE CHOICEST MERCHANDISE IT S POSSIBLE THE VERY THINGS YOU REQUIRE FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE NEEDS. Tuesday Bargains in Ribbed Undervests A splendid nelfht. sooj quality ribbed Ebort s.'eeics or sleeveless; all ladies' flzcs. Tuesday Bargains in Long Lisle Gloves REGULAR 50c. VALUES Splendid quali'tr finished iiltb three doaies at ftriaf color onb. 12k or 35c Tuesday Bargains in Union Suits 45c REGULAR 75c. VALUES B'jttoaed or closed (rontE. uide or tlsW knee; all fina ribbed Tuesday Bargains in Silk Lisle Gloves 50c REGULAR VALUE Black, tan. srey. white, clnropagnc etc., as as natural cham- olE-suedes ia eiccllent oualitles. Tuesday Hosiery Sale 25c Worth up to 4Qc. I.lsle and extra fine co'.ton goods, black taa, and aH novelty nith nat- ural cashmpre sole, others ribbed top; otters again tilk ladies' sizes. Tuesday Waist Sale Regular value fine quality mull uaists, short and beauti- fully trimmed iu >oke front and back v.illi shadow lace, edged with embroidery; cut in V-shape. lyiisses' Silk Lisle Hose in very fine rib liuc quality that fit the leg verfecUj. shoun in sizes 5 to S'X io'c.hes and colors white, black, sky, plak and tan. Special catties, all sites at the, one price, r ,j tt. t. Tuesday Collar Sale 2Sc Worth up lo 45c, Wash bells, loo. Included in Oils lol and a lovely collection of newest "collars iu slocfcsj Dutch and Hobesyierre jabots bows, string lie's, etc. Tuesday Veil Sale up to 52.50 Lamo sizo motor veils, in silk chlflon, crepe de chine anfl crystalline, hematUchsd or satin bordenect edges, two and balf yards long, in a complete raose oC light and dark colors. Tuesday Corset Sale Regular value Very new high gracic models, thai lit Ihc jreat nojoritv ot med- ium figures .medium bust. Ions OUT hips, with two pair ot tote aup- pcrlcrs, front and sides. Ladies' Long Silk Gloves particularly good qualities Thia is evactly Ihq same we bavc handled the past three, jcara has never failed lo five universal satisfaction. Hcayy silk thread, douMe tipiisa lingers, shcmn in all colors. I renewed, but thai instead the gov- ernment should establish a meth- od, If they cannot arrange witli ihe Indians to remove their reserve to some other part bf the country. The Blood Indian reserve covers about 550 square tr.ilca, or'SSO.UOO acres, and is in tbe most fertile part of Soaibcrn Alberta. It is very valuable land, and the people there are anxious that it should be opened up to settlement It has beep the prac- tice fn the past to grazing leases practically for the whole reserve. These wfll empire on 1st-July, aad tt suggested tnat, instead of renew- ing them, small tracts of Udd should be leased to tbe settlers in that dis- trict so tbat they can go into'ttie rais- ing of cattle, if ibe Indians will not sent to it being opened to permac.- t-nt settlement. At present the farm- onl> one-rjuarter or one-half section, faavc not much to go fn fw caltfe raising The people are anxiojs to have mtxert farming de- veloped, and the proposition is mane that the government should provide for Email leases to the farmers. Tbe Indians are quite favorable to it. JT tnlnfc It would help to encourage mix- ed farming and to maks the reserve more productive lo the people of Southern Alberta. Air. GrotbEiE: I am vcr> glad that my bun friend has bro-jgTit tins mat- ti-r uji. I have had it under considera- liou for some time ar.d I ou'te agree with him Jhat there ia a very tt of country that Is rion-j.roriiicUve. I think something should be done vftth il., We are con- sidering it IHE PENffl WOMAN WHO INTERFERED WITH KING'S HORSE AT DERBY IS DEAD London. June Wilding the first marlyr u> (he mili- tant efforts of obtain the suffrage, died today at tbo Hospital, as thoresuU of a fracturu of akull, sustained in an attempt to Eto pliie King's horse, Araner, during the running of tbe Ilerby oa Wednes- day last. Onl) the matron of Ihe hospital and nurses present at the death X--J left' tht few moroenu before Her comrades draped tbe Ecreen TOunding the cot. with tbe tateltil col- ors of the Women'p Social and FoHH-jsaid: cal Union, which she she! "Miss Davison died for women. She made her tcnsaUonal attempt to Inter- did ihls 10 call attention to their fere 'with tte great classic of the and them the lote. Msh turf. J The govcrmncal's refuel lo grant The inquest will be on vole drove her to make her pro- day. The funeral win place In j test. Ixmdon, anrl members of (he Women's i "Argument has not convinced Mr. Social and Political Union take a'Arf.uUh of tne.scriousr.ess of hlfi po- part, Jsitlon, bill perhaps ,a woman's death Spcafelng great emotion at Hyd ePark meeting to Jay, .Virs. Des-i Oavlson's memory v.-ill patd paid she hoped that the case nomen's hearts and history for all Daiison kindle a flame in [lime. There Wll be a public funeral the souls ol which would end ihe in lionor of this EOlJler who fall- preeenl situation. tn in Iho. war for Miss McGonan. another tutlragetfc! Winnipeg, .tune C. Griflttb, customs officer for the past thirty j'.ars, died yesterday, aged 79. after suffering from an attack 'of Drlght's Tne lalo Mr. "Griffith was born in Ottawa In 1S30, anrt came to Winni- peg in 1SS. He kavcs a family of four sons and three daughters: Kd- ward, ot Indian Head; William, criniendent cf 'the Municipal Tele- phone Co, Edmonton; Thomas anil George, of Vancouver; Mrs. Otorge Houston. Mrs. William McCulSoiigb and Mrs Oamhie, H i AT KEEL'S SIQ SALE In Keci'a cut price sale mtnt, this progressive merchant uas icpresentcd S16.00 S2I.7S. ft should haw read lor "r Keoi's sales arc ftar- in; eminently succtGiIiil. ot her .hen tol Grafting in War Supplies Berlin, Juae affair ot Krupp is likely to talve a; turn as the result of thatges tnadc by Das Klcinc Joyrnal oi Heilin- This newspaper, originally charged tbat Or. Ueb- the SoLiEiSist Itrichstag dep- ut> r obtained his" material for the attack on Kruup's Eiom Loader Krz- herger ol the Clericals, wiio in turn had it from August Thrsscti, Orr- greatest iron magnate, and that !lcrr Thjssen trjing to hreat the monopoly in mu- nitions of vrar enjoyed by the Krupps and St'imii'.-DiDingcr. The newspaper asserted that Thrsscn, sinct 1310, had boen delivering samples of anr.or plate to the marine department, had lo Ihc ad- miralty that the enisling contracts in'th Kiupp ami latter a corporation in Krcr.cli capital K largely involved, 1 were dangerous to Ihc slate. II was. nssEiIeil also that the marine de-j paTtmenl fouwl the so poor that it HAS about io relnse. them, uhfn the ccntet parly came to tlie rescue of Heir Thyssen, who is a prominent Catholic, by Pr. LicbJtntcht the niaifrial for his charges. i Here promptly 'denied tl.o accmatioas oE Das Klciric Journal, antl tliat paper has returned lo the charge by publishing photographs of autograph letters ol Thjsstn to various persons, proving, according lo the that the were true. The paper declares in effect that thai the accusations against Krupp ar.d Stumm-Hillinger. arc the outcome of secret efforts pt 'the center party to secure for one of its co-religion- ists a portion of ihe business now held by thnse firms. Das Kleir.c Jour- nal is careful to slate that it is in re vrr.v Inihis up cudgels for the ac- cused firms, as lo which it desires a full investigation. Ot is mainly con- cerned tlic Cletifftls' hat tie in of Thyssrn shall not succeed. is now in Paris, in leadtr, said that MIES had en Iier lite In order to cal! alten- Hon to the wrongs of Shc- kne'w lhat Miss OAVhon had always held the that a woman's life would have Jo be sacriffctrt before the women ot this country would get justice. ]n contrast to the meetings of the Constitutional Sockty in ilyde Parfc loday, which tuet with only mild hecfc- g, the of the p. U. lakera to addresi ihc crowd, re- sulted in considerable disorder and a jiumber fights. .until Ihe Connliutior.aUsls had'finlahed. repeating their tactics i laet Sunday, Ihs membcTs of the] "W. S. P. W. raised their flags at aev- Berlin, rcrst'is, the Uoftn naval authority, authority, Allies In the Tagchlalt as had pircn three more ships to Ihc British navy they cpr- Iho situation is, hr sniil, all n sihle here assumed lhat I1 three ships m qm-stion would be. rludcd one way or another, anrl tha f no controversy over tnem is jioiir grey liairn lo their natural col- or nnd boauly, nlmosl Imm-d- latelr and It inn look oven more beautiful than money back II it itoesn'l fJL-t n totllo ft t jo'jr PallEfaction. For talo ant] recommended by llie Hod Cross Unie; end HooV Co, I.W, IllocV i ;