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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HEKALD Satunlnv, -him 10, 1011. Made of Wheat from the choicest farms in Saskatchewan, Milled ia a mill that lacks nothing to make it perfection. Truly, a floor that all good house- wives should use. 83 L35 HOOD Jft MONEY FOR PEACE BAD WRECK IN RIVER RAILWAY! NEW MEXICO Albuquerque. M.. -Hme a trip to Vancouver. lv Michener. cineer A. W. Green was-killed ;ind M.P.P. for Red Deer, reported that twenty trainmen and passengers in- lie had met a financial man who hud jurerf this moraine: when the World News Fresh From The Ticker A Russian Tsiir'itsyn has confessed to 'murdering liity-seven west- i persons in his career. i promoters are asng: miles nort of for a guarantee of interest on raoney for twenty-tive years at per cent. The financier says there the light engine. Both trains were more rr.onev where this came from to! travelling at a hisrh speed when the! Supreoie the'officials attribute the wreck to dis- during April was 51.BSO. as compared i vii'i is -'n J'Hrt Jtl u li! Appointed at once. Insir rir hv on.Tirifvr "I'll in i-j.ll'. ,a orur, Ig those who hnow rhar Group Girls with Boyle Woolfolks Real Musical Comedy A Winning Miss" ICE CREAM, PEA TO INVESTIGATE MORMGNISM Presbyterian General As- sembly Decides to Act Ottawa. June the matter Sanitary Test to be Made by Department of Health Or. account of a question raised by received. It and his wife and "See the project through. V7lNNIPEGrS POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS June C. McRae, were fatally hurt. has been chief of police of Win- for years and has been on the for thirty years, has resigned, .be-ina; urged to do so by the chief. tae police commissioners accepted the resignation. The chief retires with full honor. crash occurred, but solid steel cars of the Limited withstood the shock while the passengers were, bad- lv shaken up it is not believed any .daughter, arc spending the summer at Point a Pic. Quebec. iiormonisni is a grave menace to the future of large districts in the West. Dr. Forrest was allowed to resign matter was referred to the health rie- tkc sanitary condition of NEW DAYTON NEWS New Dayton. June Bros. are imlniidinu a car of steam coal. their wares being the most import-. C. Kuclehart has returned to New [have arrived for the rural lines and we will, he glad to see the telephones installed. ant point to consider. The board of health, therefore, met in the mayor's Dayton to take charge of Jones The steamer M'.iraviefi Amur, his was appointment as convenor of the j office and decided that if :cmmittee of receipt of ministers, and !tlie would pass a sanitarv test >ill eJr. Mr. Ainsworth S PERFECTION COCOA Cowan's seems to hit the right spot It is great food for husky young- ath- letes satisfies the aooetite: easy to digest: and'dVlicioas COLONIES TO GET IMMIGRANTS GEN. BOOTH COMING WEST Winnipeg. June Booth, was looking over! accord ing to a cable received today t lie-roads east of town this week. ijn Winnipeg, is coming to the west- yesterday. Scores jumped off the boat, his department could raise no objection. UjJls- T' Cousin5' who is vcr-v inter-jern metropolis next September, aiirt were drowned. j principa, Gordon then began IQ QUt j Uvalill officcr was instructcd his itinerary hence is The Anglican synod of Quebec, after 'ij'ne the his ton- destroyed by tire on the Amur river Kev. Dr. Ramsay" was appointed in by the Health Officer the health London, -June motion read- ing ;itliat having heard Mr. Burns' statement, it is resolved that Hie present policy of encouraging British oi.' the movement to i iwake a test of the ice cream sold casting fifteen ballots were unable to 'allow Queen's'University its freedom j by the vendors and if satisfactory TO elect a coadjutor bishop. from the connection she has had with j him they will he allowed to carry on The bricklayers of Chicago have the Presbyterian Church. There are business as formerly, voted to cull off their strike, which -.40? graduates of-Queen's. To 2.218 has been tying: up of build of these voting papers were sent: ing. operations. '-K1Q voted for the "separation as pro- M. Debrillocjutlie, miaister of rail-jpcsed. by the 'trustees and only roads, and telegraphs, has been against TK rote has been took him round. We expectinounced. to see the road crew at work here in j----------- the near future. C. McKenxie and W. L Hamilton, of the Canadian Bank of Commerce staff, journeyed' over to Raymond Saturday to. witness the hall game Mrs. Kelly, wife .of Joseph Kelly, a between" Warner and Raymond. P. R. trainman running between i.Yoliord moved over C. P. R. TRAINMAN'S WIFE DEAD _....._T r___ ijiiw to his called upon to form a cabinet, in Bel- Questioned by'the1''opponents of sep-jnere .and prow's Xest- .died. in 2-12 last Saturday. _....- Deceased was twenty-three cairn. aration. The held -that the Uils Hcckpr Yates arc unioadin In a riot between the garment work ivote was bona Hi's on ase and :l Ram'e of other car of fence posts. m nrnc-PPd m fr and non-union workmen at rhis expressed with sup- erfiisranis to proceed, to British Col-, man ghot wrath, and'received in onies rather than to foreign countries should be continued with the full co-. Scotia. The funeral will take place on killed. .Senator P. J. McCuniber. of Xorth (day afternoon from T. S. Alter a discussion lasting; all dav, establishment. i the recommenaation ot the board of! Isn't it' a shame that it takes so long for freight to come from Leth- bririce'! operation to be decided on bv the do-1 r- ot Aorun vi Mr' and .Mrs.. Maynard spent Sat- Dakota, a most strenuous opponent, trustees that the university be sep-f urclay and Sunday in Warner, of reciprocity, has adn-itted ..that the abated from the'church was -carried j Montreal has had .1.150 lires this; J. I-K Adams returned from Stir- ling this morning. b. R. Yates, of the firm of Becker Yates was in last evening. Two carloads of telephone poles minions desiring emigrants, was pass- the Imperial Con- j of reciprocity, has adn-itted .that the agreement will pass the Senate by a 132 to 79, and later was made un- year, an increase of 300. nimous. ervohe seemed nlcased The: Ottawa Government is calling ference yesterday. The. motion w'as an amendment of-1 lwo to vol! T J J fcred br..Hon. Lewis- Uarcourt 10 the i Picrre Sl Senis, Montreal, wliile-j rhat the at last; ior tenders tor dock extension at .1 i 172 DO TOO USE COWAN'S COCOA? j -in a. drunken threw h'is finally settled. Gordon i Montreal, involving a million dollars. Fid-Cn iTtrinic-C isncr j r 'inPS I iafiv downstairs because she the of separa-'j MlUH.i Lilt- itiliJt- ;liit.o, Rt': H-on. John'Burns, president Thc in just as'fon, while opposition was head-! the local _ government board, said that since the conference of 1807 the i Furniture i E very tiling on Sale at R. A. Wright's Jewelry Store at 50c, 60c and 75c on the dollar I'eserved or .set aside object of the resolution accomplished as had been the domiri- he was about to strike her with a hy G. II. MacDonnell, K.C., The woman will likely -lie. Kingston. Tile Heurndall Xoveily i ions getting eighty percent. Co.'s three-storey factory at Oransc-l LOCAL OPTION IN MOOSE JAW vilie. On t.. was burned. Loss Moose Jaw. June anti- of the British 4nnination instead of! Edmonton district for gas and opiionists presented a petition thirty-threu per cent in 1507 It is' tn'ca' :'nsPect'i011 nas been (livid-; Signed- by 900 ratepayers to the lic- ed into two, Edmonton 'and commissioners asking that lic- gary. jeTises be. granted. The petition was King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, show that the sentimeat of the SI ,000 cup and lias changed since the local generally admitted, that the quality of emigration had much improved. With the decreased birth rate, it would, be hard for the United King-] has'offercd dom to lose more than three people each year. I cash prizes for a trip wa.s passed last-Dece: 1 lantic to Rome in a 25-foot vawh ihe commissioners deferred1 t Colored folk in western Ontario are protesting against the Government's intoniidri to discourage negro imnii- The Seahird of Providence, U. I., starts on the trip tomorrow. An inquest having been ordered in the death of John Hetheringtoa. who-, uon. NO CRIME AT KENORA Keaora, June ses- I srration in the west. Thejnternational Cafe And Ice Cream Parlor A Few.Specials of Our Stock for Friday and Saturday Bananas, a doz................. .25c to 40r Oranges, a 40c to (iOc Lemons, a .40c Grape Fruits, each v. 10c 3 t, .25r each.................... Strawberries, per basket ........20c- to 25r Cherries, per lh. to 40c Tomatoes, per Ih......................23r Oucnmbers. each ..............30c to 33c Green Onions, radishes and per bunch Special Home Made Candy, per Ib. .23c DELICIOUS ICE CKEAM Xlie best in this city. S.pecial.boorlKs for died in jail, the acting coroner of the Court were'held cided no investigation was' before His Honor H. E. Armstrong, of Resina. Chappie. There were no cases. 'been elected Grand Master'of presented Judge-Chap- 11 Oddfellows !pJe wkl1 a Wj3ite kid gloves.. Nikolaus Ritter Ton ClviI list concaiQed only four j has been appointed consul for was i OWJQS; ro sickness of rhft trui-Mungary at Winnipeg. i Arthur Brekson; of Balclur, Man., was fined costs tor making i a false "declaration in order to get or. jihf voters' list.: j1 j In the House of Representatives I tcrday there was a bitter debate on the wool tariff discussion, the chief i participants being Under-.vood, j 01 the Ways and i ioe, Payne, the former chairman. i the Republicans were in power. I The public school teachers of Mont-j _ i real have Ixen given increases in sal- ary that will aggregate a rear. WILL TRAVEL BO R DEN Ottawa, June Crotiiers, M.P. of West Elgin and Col. Hugh Clark of Cen- tre Bruce, will accompany R. L. Borden on his' Western tour, Don't cook these hot days Buy some of our 'Cooked- Meats: The quality is good, and they "are." kept-fresli' and sweet in" our..' cold-storage plant FOR FIREWOROKS London. June will be J spent in the City of London alone up- ;on the decoration and illumination of ,the various public aifid private builtl- The schemes adopted are the striking ever seen [v, l' is beins; spent on the jifouso alone. I.onuOii decorated with lattice jfir trees, connected vby; lines of wis- iteria. i It is estimated by'Messrs. Wells. ;the pyroT.echnisiis. lhat considerably :over will be spent upon fire I works in Great Britain alone, while: j great quantities have 'been shipped t.o itho Overseas Dominions. Australia! :has given orders t.o the value of ;000. whiJo. almost as much has been I iii South Africa and Canada. I GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE Just one dash of is the whole secret. Imported A bsolutelyf For to-morrow We have Mushrooms, fresh young Turkeys and Cliickeiiy. Phone your order to-night G. A. .Hill Block Phone 452 Dufferin Street ;