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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. NEAL Turo is uol it mere sobering up pio- ccss but a sound thorough trealuicul ull trues of alcoholic jmi- sou Ircm Iho fevsleui and removing all and desire for strong drink from' tuu habitual or xous drinker. U makes no differ- ence how confirmed this tr-'.-ll or how many other Iroatmenls have been irle'i the NKAI- Irraluieul viill do itb work quickly and thoroughly In evor.v case. The NeJl I'rug Treat ment takte oni ten davs lo llm-e weeks. lie Information from us about il. Write for "A Little Journey to The KCJ! Institute" b.v Klberl Hubbard NEAL INSTITUTE SCO Thirteenth Avenue W., Calgary Phone W4525 THE LETIinBIlWE DAILY HEK.M.D Page 5 NOT HREVEALING FAMIL SKELETON TO AMUSE A CURIOUS PUBLIC RESBYTER1ANS IN FAR EAST WANT TO MANAGE THEIR AFFAIRS London. June -vl of lale seem lo have become crat for memoirs of rovnl families, vvhi involve other rojal personages, ha failed lo persuade Iho Empress Eu- gillie lo provide them wilh what would have been the most interesting item of all. Kvory passible cilorl. direct and indirccl, has been brought to bear upon Iho aged Umprcss to jierrjade her to give her reminls- to ihc ivc-rld. Members of her household, who arc closest in her confidence, and even nearer relatives acting on tho stimulus of pub- Ushers, have geen Irving, even in the last, few davs. lo persuade her thnt II oblipation which she owes lo pojlerilv to give out these rcnilnls- But in each case the Km- profs kindly but firmly dismissed tho One publisher did not abandon hope tinlil this week. Ills last hope was a favorite niece of Iho Empress vviio made a special visit to Karnbc-roush to make a. llnal endeavor to persuade, hei auot to writi her memoirs. Tliis Blso failed and the publishers hive glve'n up all hope. Another royal author Is expected to come forth this fall in tho person of King Peter of Se.rvi.-i, who has diplo- matically hinted through a Ihird partv to several prominent publishers that he Is not averse to writing.his me- moirs. U is known that he seriously wishes to tills, for the purpose oi giving ihe world his own version of ihc 'tragedy which placed Mm his blood stained, throne. He could also demonstrate the de velopmcnt and progress of Servla eince he became king. The Serviar monarch, however, is still hcsltatinj ns to whcllicr it would be more ad- visable lo become an autnor under his owp. name or entrust the writing of his memoirs tn auother, and at life same time allow II to be known lhat the hook is authoritative. siio. June S.-The question f the amalgamation of tho edit funds AmerUan Ma'conl on April IS, and :n May H, 1S12 could not lake nny action, and the maritime, provinces will continue to supervise Iheir v.ork witbsacli id and assistance as the general of- icialE of Ihe denomination can give, 'he 1'resbvteries of Kingslou, Oni. ir.J St. John, H, met on Saturday md decided lhat SI. John should have he honor of inviting the assembly to meet ju tbal city in 1911. The in- vitation was laid before the body of options having been exercised. Tbe five per cent, debenture slock was also Increased lo SCM'.OOO. Mr. Tajlor's report, which was re fmed to at tba last meeting, called for an espcndlture of say. excluding laterals, and of I this tola! they were Informed by Mr.! Hays thai about to was spent dining November and De- cember last year, and therefore ligur- ed in the present During tho year t.othin-; had been vuiucn off on account of Ihc accident at the in- take, and It was practically Impossible to slate exactly Ihe figure should Ibe, as advantage was heins taken of the lliii.Kwortli had heard of this was ou Mav jl, ibis year, when he was lold oi it by Murray, a brolher of Unrl Murray. ihe chief i for the 'time being had absolute umtrol of Hi funds, and was aumi-nble to no one for tbem. when IATI! Murray hail handed over tbe of chief whip lo him ho bad also hw'.ed over the list of securilies. tint tl.-t the Am- trlcan Marco'nis icfeited to vvtic not among he bc-lieved tho shares n tjueslion net been told icre In the- Hands of epre-eei.tatlvc in Kntlae.a. he v.i-. hi1 sjid. he did not know. Mr. Solomon, trustee of the ea'ate of i-'fcuiiKr, the tMnkruut stockbioker. sj'd bo believed Lord Murray was a: creditor against llie estate for abyut, A 1 he effect of ihtsu statements on "as stunning 'Ihc at kited air of Loreiiol" v.hU-b some of ihe Liberal members previously I ited at the I'nlonist our next at.i notice Ihe dlfferenct-. You will be agreeably surprised. Bino Itlbbon Tea. Baking Powder, Spices aid Eitraus all one beat. lo iransfer the discusiion lo the House, where a solid parly vote would proclaim that there nas noihiug wrrtn? in transactions. this morning. Rev. It. B. Cochrane, of Woodstock, however, also appeared and made to clever d spsech inviting the commissioners to come to that home of Presbvtcrlanism In that he secured uunnimo'is consent and tbe assembly of lhat will bo held In Woodstock for the Drst lime in Hie his loiy of the church. This morning, a lelegram of greet- ing was received from Ihe Hay ol Quinle -Methodist conference. from a large board, present, when we an still h the con- IV, us v. present, ttiitu "c iie opportunity lo ir.ake various itn- stage and it is r.pcess.iry that we operate as economically as posEitle. 1 thlnfc that there is little more lo add lo these le-v lemarks this except to assure jou lhat lo your directors the disappoint- ment of'meeting, jo-J this jear i.r.der the shadow of a selbdck is a very deep one: but we look forward with r-o apprehension to a goort fj'.urc and iroremenls at Ihe head works and in he system generally as recommended iy Mr. Taylor. "On the credit continued ihe chairman, "land sales have bee-n small amounting to 2550 acres. Karlv laet spring, as >ou know, we decided not to make rales; and after the accident to the intake our policy ivas'to rem- crly ihe defects we then found, to prices of our lai.d complete the irrigation system as soon as possible, and to delay any sales of land until we have practically com- pleted our irrigalion works. V.'e are satisfied that such action will far more than pay any loss of interest and will be productive ot much better results or our shareholders in the future." Continuing, the chairman said thnt he issue of "A" debenture lock bad been successfully placed ALEXANDRA AND MARY LOOK- ING FOR TO BE ENGLAND'S FUTURE 'QUEEN London, June arson sq cil tic militant bufiragctlcs nave omc. more beicnic very active. He- sides the fire at the Hurst p.irk race course, last night, (t.ej dcsllovcd this morning a boalliouse on the River', and also the grand ttand at the .N'otlti Middlesex cricket grounds. Tlic lire al llursl park was start- til in Ihe royal bos, the furniture of v.liicli had been saturated with oil. The fiames were nol extinguished un- til eight oTclocV this morning. Ixmdon, June 9.--Queen Alexandra does not go to the opera oflc-n bul she Is so ver> fond of music lhat she has had an electrophone installed at MaflborouBh House, and the other night she and the Dowager Empress of Russia spent the whole evening hearing Ih3 Uovent Garden production of' "The Jcucls of the a ong distance. The mailer of the Prince of Wales' uarriage, even though It would be three vears off, as be Is only 19 years of age, is now engaging the attention of court circles and the royal family, :is the (luesliou Ihe choice ol a future Queen ci England. There ii a dearth of matrimonial possibilities only two, Ihe Oar's eldest daughter and Elizabelh, daughter of the Crowi Prince of noiimaniaj not 17 years old being considered. Queen Alexandra is said lo favor Ihc Russian alliance but Queen Mary, while very roticcn thinks the Cobouig alliance wilh Hoi mania Iho more desirable. London, June returns for c first uuarter of 1913 shoiv lhat c births in Buidand number 'J1G.330, lich Is at the rale of 23.S a ihous- d, a decrease of i-1 below the aver- e of the last ten years, and the low- t on record. The deaths number" which is at the tale ot 16.1 a o-jsand, a decrease of 1.1. The ages are at llie rate cf 17 5 a thous- nd, vshich is an increase of O.S. Uurirg list winter as much work ai possible had been got through by the lew chief engineer, llr. Havs. This had been mostly effected on tho dam, ot Ihe iulake, and in llie big cut, and, from last reports, he was glad lo inform Ibem lhat there was the probability of such work proving neither difficult nor expensive as they lately believed it might be. He horrd they might look forward lo the canal being so far completed, by the autumn lhat H would be ready to dis- charge water into Ixike 'McGregoi he- re Ihe end of this year. They have been aware, from the re- perl ot the meeting in March, tliat the rectors had decided to reorganize ie local muiia-iemenl in Canada; iis had been done, and Ihey hoped to e able to furnish information from me to lime, so as lo keep sharehoid- ALBERTA GETS THIS YEAR OF THE TEN- MILLION GRANT Ottawa, ji'r.p mmisttr agriculture rm the advuc C C James, minislT o agriculturc lor I engaged by Ine gove vice oi C. C. James, sler oi agrhulltiic aas been engaged b) KILLED BY ROCK SLIDE Nelson; n.C. Juno Shallen hnrg, a miner at the Second llellc mine, near Krie. was Instaolly Xllle todav by a fall 3f rarl of lhc hnngin wall under he was working. What This Sectional Fire- Means to You The "Sunshine" has a [straight-sided semi-steel firepot, extra heavily rib- bed and made in two sections. The two sections allow for contraction and expansion-which prevents cracking. The heavy ribs and semi-steel give extra strength and added radiat- ing surface. Ashes cnnnot adhere to the straight sides These ,re some of the .d- which assures on all-over vantages of ttre Sunshine clear nre. Thismcanstne greatest heat from the or write (or booklet. fuel COnSUmeth Sunshine Furnace London Toronto Montreal Wirniptj Vinconrer SI. John, N.U. Calrary Stskjilocn Rdnonlon ?M has rr'.ment to ex-depuly min r Ontario, vvh the governmen lo as e lo adrainister llic annual grant aid to agriculture under the vole SIO.OOV.OOO passed (his session, ha announced, the details as lo tn sptniling ol the money this year. 1 total aplnopriatlon lo be distnbnt among the provincts during the ct rent >ea: is Ontario's slu on the p.u per caliitri hasis is S175 733; Qurtci's S139.I82; Nova Sco- tia llrunswick S21.50 rs thoroughK informed as to Ihe pro- ress of the works. Tho directors onsidercd Ihc company fortunate to ave secured Mr. wllh his rcat regulation and eipcricnce, BE cchntca! atlviser to the London hoard nd he was qlad Mr. Berefford was irescnt. Then again, they might con- ;ratulatc llicmselvof on hivir.g ,Mr. Kennedy as consulting eneineer in Janada, and Mr. Havs as chief en- gin esr. "As we luformeti you in continued, the chairman, 'fwc ICCQ carefully considering the advisa- )llilj o( gtrenglhenins tho Lcndon ward. Tho first step was to secure the best technical advice and t am glad to be able to say thai Mr- Hereford has thrown himseH hearllly into the work, and we feel sure great advantage will accrue lo the company from hit knowledge and agiccmrnts arc signed by the respective v'ovincial minister of ag- riculture. The iiabr.ce will he paid soon as the federal government is satisfied that Ihe provinces are pro- BAPTISTS VOTE DOWN PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH SYSTEM OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP MOCJEE Jaw, Juno question ot more moment than any other, was brought up at session, the matter of associate mem- bership was considered. The Ilev. Mr. Morgan of the First Baptist church Saskatoon, along with Kev. A. E llaydon, ci Saskatoon, gave ar ;ur.ient in lavor of associate mem icrship. stating that it was to ac- commoJate those who did not liko he Haptistnal ceremony of the Uap- ust thurch, but vviio could at the ol ost through its baptismal vCoticing that m every casa there was] real fellovvship with lha cnurch Id tho opinion o! Rev. S, J, Farm- r than an approachrceat could ba nade dcd that the question was not a vital one to the church. Tbifi nn was cor.deniced by ths ejitton, in n special resolution in- sisting on tho cerenoay. Hut in no wise lo mean aa a sure ol tlio First Baptist church, -askatoon. This church in question was decid- ed upon as the next meeting place o! the convention. SENATE ACCOUNTANT DEAD Ottawa, June T. Clubs, ccountant of ihe Senate, died this vening. after a brief Illness, following parabtlc stroke. He was in his v ear, and bora in Osh- wa. Ont, a of Ibe late lion. T, Gihbs. i san-.e time give ample eviderco C'hribtian living and beliei. the con- vention ilscl! would not go on rec- ord asainsi the icreirjony of baptism as held in.the church, but led by the Uev. S. J- Farmer, took a tolerant view ot the matter and permitted the institution of associale membership. The quesllon, however, was not at all confined to city churches, but al- so to country missions, one church in particular at Dilke, being on rec- ord, through its pasior, (bat tvvo- thiriis of its membership had been Regica, 'Juno tragedy almost identical with the- famous Warwick case, is occupying the-attentioa ol the mounted police. George a wealthy farmer Irom r.eai Govaii, was found dead beneath bis horses' feet. H was believed to have been M accident, hut suspicion having been aroused, the widow ol the dead mar., and John a former hired man, are under arrest. Moose Jaw metal workers aro de- manding C5 cents an Uour. and a ten.- hour day. S27.331 Manito heria Money Hearty for Use- Hall o! llic appropriatir-n for each is lo be raid over at once prrly spending Ihe money for Ihe pur- posed specified. If is provided that the aid siven lo ll.e provinces shall be supplementary to the agriculture votes now nude bj- each province, and shall r.ot in any way curtail present grants by the provinces. Tlic Manitolia and Saskatchewan votes, lor this ve-ar include the fol- lowing specific putposM Manitoba, for ilcnionslrat'W (arms lor experience. We propose lo Iry and Irfomonstralion trains S4.000 course secure another director to act on lecture; plowing matches London board, hut it lakes lime lo 12, Saskatchewan college ol ag- ilml the right man with the spare I ricullurc (or extension work time. It Is necessary that such a [weed control dairying and) director should be able lo visit SI.OOO; hvcsloc'i company '3 propeity from time 10 llmo' grants for livestock NEW' VICTOR JUNE RECORDS OUT TO-DAY 10-INCH DOUBLE-SIDED VICTOR RECORDS ARE 90c FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS. Canadian Patliotic Selection, ind A Ptpulat Billad Medley March SoWjBand Leaf Forever Alan Fvrncr and Male Chonii Trail of the Lonesome Pine Edna Brown-J. F. Harrison Have, 10 Hold, to I.OMJ Hirry Mucefeiough ANOTHER GOOD LAUDER SONG! 12-Inch Purple Label, Price S1.5O 70097 Trie KiltJ Lads Harry Lauder A LIST OF RED SEALS OF GREAT 1NTEBEST! 89065 Ave Maria c and be available at very short nollr.o an in London to consult wilh bis col-, kagnca. As the business det clops tbe cnll on Ihe directors' time must also increase, We hope to be able to Inform the shareholders shortly that have been able to secure tho services of a man such aa we man wilh large adminis- trative experience; bul the gentleman wo have In mind very sensibly pro- lo visil Ihc property first and make a careful inspection on his tfivn account, before he accepU the posi- tion of director. As yon aro aware, our boird has been reduced lo three merahera, Mr. llllngnorlli having re- signed owing lo pressure of other business, but we regret lhat In the 't report now In jour hands we omitted, (armors organizations A TORONTO SUICIDE Toronto, June Wilh n bullet wound through his left breast, Ghas. (Violin obblig.lo 64322 Song of the Chimes W326 The FOOT Dew r Muclii Elau) Gluclc John McCormaclc Andrew Thomson, 107 Geoffrey St, a viell known vonng man, was found dead hi Ihc cellar of his home, about DO'clo'ek this morning by his motber. Thompson a member ot llie Q. 0. R. and this morning his'regiment vier.l lo camp. Thc'c were no known reasons why (he young man sho'ild have taken his own life and il Is be- lieved the tragedy was accidental. lo tnenllon thai Mr. Fred Hayncs jlfir.etl shorlly after our lasl annual1 meeting, fchlcli was held in March, 1912. Our idea is not lo fill Ihe Ion- don beard immediately, but lo keep rome vac.vDcitf, so lhat we may, as occasion offers, Bccure Ihc services of prcmtneiil loci! Canadians, vrho would Ihen form a roinmlUcc. do ml ibink there, will bu nny advantage EDITOR OREEN iiavmorirl. June W. Often, manager of the Bill- f.- son MllllLg Co., has bought Iho local printing establishment. Mr. la nn Investor In all money making schemes. Any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any cily in Canada will gladly play Ihese lecoidi loi you. Ask (ex a free copy ol cur 300 page MtsieaJ Encyclopedia, luling over Vieloi Records. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., Limited MONTREAL I" Mason Risch, Ltd., Pianos eik ei R1..I, 1 7 Branches Phone 791 404-Sth St. S., Bryan Block ;