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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE THE LBTHB'RIDGE DAILY .HERALP Goods Now in Stock NeW 'Poinpaclour Crepe Dresses to Ladies' and Misses' Crash Outing Hats to Ladies' Silk Girdles and Gamille Front Lacing Corsets Ventilated at Back Middies For Girls and .._ up to Silk and Lisle Hosiery Wanted Kind of Crepe and Ratine Wash Dress Goods The Simpson Co., AND DISTRICT Funeral of Late Reed The funeial of the late Miss Mary Reed, -who diad last Saturdov was holcTMonaay afternoon from the fain lly residence on Third avenue, by the Salvation Army corps and Sunday school scholars ot -which latter or ganlzatlon tdeceased was a rnembei Interment was made in the public cemetery -Deceased is survived two one brother, a jatiei and. SOLVING" UNEMPLOYED- PROBLEM IN .REGINA Rogina, Sask June starts today laying wateri mains bj band labor Ihe experiment is be- ins jnade to furnish work for the un employed if tha city and is claimed to be a solution' to the problem which 'facrf jta ono thousand merf out of employment BULLETS IN FOR STRIKERS FLOflENOE, ITALY Florence Italy, June st-it> er was shot dead and Wo wounded bj :he police fn disnersing a meeting strikeis here today Two policemen also were injured. LORD PIRR'E'S YACHT BOARDED London June despatch from Belfast announced that Lord Pirrie 5 steam yacht TVBS oierhauted for con trabaud. 'Lord Pirrie was one ot 'the first peers created by the present govern ment. BIG CROP vIN Tort Worth, TosaB, 4une cording to reports as grata fields -today; harvesters1 are dij ind nifeht whit is expected to be, the largest grain crop In the States history Auction Salet of Household Furniture J-Aff 9th ST SOUTH, NEAR 1KB STVND ?IpD Friday, June 12th, 1914 AT 2 P.M. SHARP "WILSON iuUioneei is instructed by Mr Calwell to sell (.lies following 4 Walnut Drcssere with -Sideboard- Extension Table 3 Walnut pcds1- Raymond Sewing wachme head t- 1 Jroji Bed Spring Mattress 1 Brass Bed Spnu Mattress 4 piece Parlor S Bav Clock Poitiercs Blind.s (Uirtams LlnoloUm Carpetii Tings Saveral Mangle 1 Grass Arm 1 Grass Gentio Table Table, Chairs One 1 hole McClary, Range with 1 Coucli complete 2 Upholstered Couches Centre Ono 2 hole Oil Dishes, Kitchen TJCenailB, etc NO RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 -AUCTION1 SALE off Horses, Cattle, Wagons, Buggies Harness TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1914 AT THE MARKET, LETHBR1DQE, ALTA.' 3 learn ol Marcs 1300 tba 6 and 7 yeai s old matched, of Oricllugs, 2SQO n yeare old J lean) of Geldings, 8 nnil 9 reals old 1 toato 7yeai, old well 1100 Ibs 10 gooTl'ivoift Itorses from l> to 10 jcais old t m Ti i ill Wagons -2 Wagons with Double Box. 2 Slliilo Buggies I sets .Donble Harness and Single 200 live Chlckena and Duckij will be ofTerod. TERMS CASH Any ono wishing to dlsnoso of uijtlilnir come to this 'mailret and list jour goods with ufe and wo -y to dlbiioso of them for you nt roaeonnblo prke? I bin Is the only placfl to vom ai) markets piove Come ind glvo us n trial pnd aatlslj yourself, PHONE 1346 J A Auctloptery TELEGRAPHICS- r Ilarnsburg is the .hal count of the. primary election icre For Republican nomination' for S senator, nuck 112 302 For Eeiiiflqiratic: nom nation tor Budd 70.352. Giltpfd' .Pihchpt, Pro ressive, is unopposed. London, stock' the financial stringency' as thing cf the past. Avtlargc iium'ner new loins ire about to be. floatiill Hudson's Kay shares are now yield g about 4-t per Lnerpool It is estimated, tha will n lief of dependent's of Empress In land victims, passenger and crew. C this sinnunt ASjs000 have, beeniraised of which comes Can ida. London. Ehg. Southern :Albort MILADI Phones Office 1224 Mrs W H. Jlorris 02J 10th St. S. 'ill receive oil Friday jn first time tint ioa afternoon for Miss Prout, of Forest, Out., is the uest of Mrs. S. D. Peacock, 1256 Sixth Ave.-, S. Visa Jackson i Hull Block, leaves oniglit on a three months' visit to e'r: home "in.Montreal. Mrs. Campbell, who spent the win- er in Barrie, Ont, has returned and 'ith her daughter, Mrs. G. R. Tin- centered with a basket oi scarlet ger- aniums "and ferns. Around it the hos- tess had gathered her retiring Ma- thcsis Executive Board, also the for- mer leaders of the various depart- ments of the club, many of whom have been serving with Mrs. Stoltze since the organization made her their flrst president two years ago. i Before leaving, the dining room, Mrs. ft. B, Skeith, on behalf of the "group of Wends, spoke in a happy of appreciation of the ever constant enthusiasm, influ- ence, direction arid successes of Mrs. Stoltw's .work iji her official posi- tion', and asked-the retiring president jng. t0 accept an enjraved silver card-case from-her old officers and leaders as 5U-. John Dixoii. ot Maple Orcei-, a definite pfooi1 oMlic esteem i.ad re- visitor in the lat times. Mrs. F. Hamilton Mewburn return- ed-by the Empress ol-Iceland from a several, months' visit in doming Alberta. Mrs. Arthur Nicol, of Guelph, who IBS been visiting her daughter, :Mrs. icacb', of St..Paul, is visiting her sister, Mrs. JCD. Higinbotham, 620 rwelllh St. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dosse and daughter are.'3aking the .Ingram loine, corner Thirteenth St. and Sev- enth Ave., for the summer months. gard in'.which she is held. Those 'enjoying the. pleasant hours of visiting were: Mesdamcs Daniel, Donald, Laficrty, Dunham, (Jackson, McClena- Tracy land Heeb. Clubs and Societies Mr. and Mrs. ..Cuming (nee Minor) i have returned" from their honeymoon trip to western points and have tak- en 'up. their residence at 631 leenth St., S. Special' business necessitates a full attendance at the Central W. C. T. Jl. monthly .meetjng in Wesley hall at 3.30 tomorrow.'.a.ftexnoon. YSt; Cyprian's: Adult Bible class are holding an ice, social in the parish room tomorrow night, when a good time is .assured all, who at- members' of the Mathesls club, wh'o have 'not .yet mailed, the postal of Bow Isl- and, has returned home Iroril Cal- jary, where she was a patient at the Western hqs'pital and also visited ber daughter, at. St. Hilda's college. Mr. James '-'McArdle, of Reynolds Publishing .Co.V.Montreal, spent a few days-in 'the city a 'guest of his cous- in, Mr. W.. J.' ,Pian: He left yester- day afternoon Vancouver and other coas't-'ci'tiftV Hugh-'Ma'ctavish, ot Lctbbridge, cards given, out at the last meeting, are: kindly asked to do so at once. 9 "The Wsstmitis'jiei: Senior and Junior Cfirls: clubs are to turn but for .-practice tomorrow night ;The .first league game will he played a week frqm 'The Flower Guild -will incut at 7.30 tonight :at the '.home of Mrs. C. P.; P. Oonybeare-, for their: an- nual meeting. Officers" and members are reminded of 'this meeting. -Any interested in the work, who would 'Alta., marriage'of his to join the. Guild, are most cor- third liorenda- Mi's. vice-president of the National Council', of Women, and .Lo- cal Council organizer for Alberta, will be in lyelhfiridge tomorrow (Thursday) eyenjng'to organize, a Lo- cal'Council of dress a public meeting at the Yl 'M: d, .A. .at.S every woman jh .the city; linterested, is ask- Land Co shares fell today 2s 6d. but jpd. to malfe anleffo'rb to attend this "--'meeting.' Yesierday at one Mrs. F. Stoltze was hostess at a delightful four-course luncheon to eleven of .her friends, in honor of Mrs. W. F. Nel- son and Mrs. Tracy, who- are short- ly leaving 'townj and of Mrs. Heeb, _who has just returned from a winter jn California. Each Jound a clever place card awaiting' licr at the long, well appointed. hoard, which was the company's 'debentures firm after yeblerdav's '.dramatic: 'slumll The compinj has. issued ..a-.sta'tement to deheutiue holders asking, thenif to hold firm' or loss will result. ArchUi.sh.op. Matheson, Pri- mate ol all Canada, .is In-'ithq, today to open the Anglican College. MOOSL J-xw stocli- ire in 'liere The) declare'they iiiMd'ibctter- niay' estaftlish .an'' abat- "toir 'owned and. operated sociation. They will apply the provincial..government for-...the., same assistance as is given to -grain growers. General Assembly of the Presbyterian church of -panada late yesterday afternoon :-votid '-on the question of church uhi'oiir' Tlie vote on the original motion was 286 for union and 109 against: f.'. Pittsburg, excitement was created among Westinghouse strikers this morning when it becaine known that' three carloads of 'Striker breakers had been sent into the works here by Strike leaders urged to re- mim peucahh. Liqiior lias boeh han- ned m the strike section's ot. at the request of the strike, leaders.' Rostheui, Queen wa's last night committed 'tor trialfcon'the charge of having caused the' death.of Jacob Peters on June Queen is a' harfender and Peters, noisy whiterundar.the innqcnce of li- quor, pushed against the' wall. Mis 'skull was fractured-.and ho died later. Off to Salt Like City Giant "ioung, flnrmenly editor the: Raymond-rLeader, and son of B S.' Young, of, tills city, loft this morn Ing .his youngci brotlier Gordon, anil sfflter Miss Ethelyn', or Salt Lako City, wbpre tliA family 'will reslilc per- muentlj in the near uUna f A SNAP! 5 roomed .house Q" -Avenue North, heat', light and' .water. Only ijSJOOe Small cash payment, balance rent. Aot at onco. 207 9th Ave Phone57 elass of Westmins- fer churcjr, held its annual meeting at ,the parsonage, :last evening, when., the following officers were elected for the ensuing year Presldeni-rMrs.. G. W. Taylor (re- J. B. Francis. Scott. Gurr. :J. B. Francis. Convener. bf missionary committee i-Mr's.- Mclivena. i Convener pi devotional coJ lift. 'Rose. Convener of membership committee i-JMrs. Wallwork.: '.'Conveners of welcome Mrs. J. Ingram and Mrs. Wright'. :-After tie 'business of the meeting, games were enjoyed, and dainty, re- freshments-were served by the hos- tess, CRAIG OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE OIL FIELDS Calgary, Atla., June most hopeful words that have yet ibeen spoken for, the Calgary oil "fields were voiced at noon today by E. H. Cunningham Craig, the 'noted British oil engineer, before ..on audience at the Canadian club, which crowded the room to capacity. Making comparisons with, other oil fields throughout the "world, 'Mr. Craig showed: clearly how analogous conditions existed In the Alberta, fietds. He dealt' the of doubters who' thought 'this .field might be too broken and faulted by thrusts to be a producing field, fcy pointing out that precisel} .similar conditions-existed in some ,of-the most'riehly productive oil fields of the world. Last, but not least, Mr Craig uttered well ed. w orJa of warning''against 'indiscriminate company organization and gamb 'iibgr In fibai BE on, a basis gambler does not even liaVe a faif t'ifp for his money TRAVERS Travcrs, Alta., June death occurred on Sunday, May 31, about four p. m., of William Slingsby, aged 46. The deceased was English by birth and died rather suddenly in his home at Sweet Valley. He was of retiring and quiet disposition a a sterling Christian. An inquest was j held on vlunc 1st, at the house. The' doctor pronounced death due to heart failure. He leaves a sister in Boston, Mass. Interment 'was made, at' Trav- ers, June 2nd. Kriiest Castor :is visiting at Mac- leod. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leon- ard; May 25, a-fine.boy. We have a butcher shop now. A hank and a drug store now would.be all Bright. The U. F. A. .picnic will be next Friday, June 12. Everything Is being done.to make it a success. They will il into town, where it can be used fnr their meetings as well is a ehurcli. Alvin Jones- Is building 'nn main street for a.dinlnR -room. He building up to it. to see pcovk' need Of course, the first summer days turn almost every woman's thoughts to SUMMER PARASOLS And here is an finite variety of Parasols for children, women and misses, with many ations which, we believe, are not to be found else- j where Ghildreo's dainty Flowered Clunlz with natural ,-wpod handles, in light colois 25c Dainty frilled and lace triinnied meicer- izcd mulFuner in white, skj and pink, Miiait ptq> handle- 6oC Misses' Foulaid Paiasolk, Dolly Varden pattein, in lignt giounds, Bo-peep handles Misses' mercenzed cohered ParasoK in blue, King's blue, tan, sage and .wistaria, Bo-peep hand- les 75c Beautiful pure Bilk cohered Paiasols for misses Deep frill, non-rustablc frames, Diesdcn handle, wide range ol colors and Ladies' fancy Sunshades with natuial and bamboo handles and figured holders, splendid quality covers, at 79e, 89c. The new bell shaped P'arasdl in white embroidery with fane) colored centits also black and white checks, Also in plain silk ctneis arid silk fanci colored bordeis, king's blue, patkh, black, Ian and Wistaria. v, and Hudson's Bay Store The Moonshiners Dance J r K.P. Hall, Friday, June 12th Tickets Dancing 9 to 1 Starland Orchestra knpw" they are not Jgomg bchihd Jones- went to Vulcan TO mate -fmab pr.oof; on his- pre-emption. We have the in town now. If we' just' had some' rain the farmers would he feeling good. Our neighbor town, Lpmohd, started building Mon- day But watch Tracers grow Todiv is tjie picnic at First church Travel's and' Bow City played a game of baseball, ending in a score of 4 to 3 in, favor of City, BrliSk' 'for Cnurcrr Tlie council of tlje, 5foonon churcb Letbbrldge staVe haj placed an or der 'with the. W; W.' .Oary.-.'Ob. of this citj for brick fo- their church whirti'ls now Building The to that used pn bie new Calgar} Her aid building "'If is a (apestrj brick and will an, finish to tbe building Justice Simmons' Long Trfp, Tlie Edmonton Capital Is for the statement: that; Mr.'J'JustKe Simmons of oalsars Jormeriy Lethlindge will make altwo t mile trip into tile4 far noith this1 mer to a murder case at Fort Vfcr ;millloii, fi-ve hundred miles Edmonton He itart on July and will have a mouaied police escort Kill the Flies in Your House Now MedlcM Health Officer 1C you come acrosi any flln In yuttf hotue kill them now There- fore all good houtekeopera should commence u'lnfc WILSONS FLY irl7 and continue tneir UM BejneqibiirV. tbit, every ita-oMt packet or WIMON'8 FL.V PADS will kill more flitl than three hundred slieain of itlcky paper Follow the' 'directions carefully to get the best results. FARMERS! IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! We 'are-'tbe re'pr'eserilatlyes (or aoutiiern Pr6' vince for'.tlie Old Reliable Farmers' Mutual Hall Insurance of iowl Organized in 1893, In bualne'si 21. years, with a record wobn'd. 'to none. Tho oldest and- largest" hail I aeBoclatlon on the tfonlinent 'Host liberal adJiiRmeivi, .no charged out for tliresJilng 01 hai vesting, or also full privileges for arbitration or losses. If- you' liaveTac crop ;to Insure you it to yduraelf to see us. Tlie in the lowest vt tfnown' In our experience can not1 write be jond certttn acreage In oach district. Csmmiwiiciitii witli us 'it once Vtryitftftll fee'fbr mem iinvuWe Octobw ___ M: P. Jofmifow Imyi-Albtrti Land Co Suit. No, 2, Albtrti Block Phsnt P. 0, iox WORRY About Your Dresses Being -Spoiled! Jf them fo us vc will return them looking Lrcsli new. THFVAIET I ABMtWa c Phoiifrl812. Srrt Avc. S; ;