Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LliTIlWlWJI-; DAILY HEKAlll) Wednesday. .Time 11. Car.i-iisti wotrjec are contin'jallywrit Ing us such isthe tuca for Glanford Oct. ta- Lycii E. Vegetable Com- roiled and n e r I found any unv SUFFERED lUM EVERYTHING For Health by Lydia E.Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. ause of Policeman's Smith1; Death Council Asked to Pass a Bylaw" CRANBROOK LADIES OUTLINE SEASON'S PROGRAMME- TENNIS CLUB HAS NEW COURTS to compare vilh it_ eg of womb aTi'jfipto dcaih of iaie Paul t doctors did me r-i i do decUn? tUe verdict: good. I dreadfully for until I it fo. in Mrs Hf-srv CLAM, Glanfonl Station. Onu O.iL "I heard jour m .-M.ie.i highly praised. andsyraragc 1 for fall ing cf womb BTI'J uvul-le. M> Jift pained rr.p all the tiir.t just before my periods were ar.J painful it would be worse 'To sit Isnv churches SjiOkase wfli holfl 'Tattlers' day" G. E. ITEMING. Foreman; FORBES, ED. KENXEDY. C. M. HcLENN'AX C. C. McCRBERV, FRED MOOREHOU3E, A. B. HUMPHRIES, Corousr." All ine at Ihe report of Smith's death contained in the Herald Several police constables teslified Smith -A35 lasi seen passlug east oa 3rd avenue. Robert ScottT a fire boss al the GaH testified that be had diECor? deceased al tbe corner jmsniiozed, al abOJt ID the morning, and Ibal hs bad called Ev. Galbraitb, Tfho pro- death. Dr. Galbraiih. tbat df.. ed, in his opinion, came 10 bis death bv electric sfcock. Crani-Took. June Crai.brook Teun.'s Club IniusurateJ Iheir ferouads Auurday afternoon, lliej clab is now with ciass courts oa the east o( tire city CK ax.d coicruoJioas jHou h-is eieclei] aud seats (rein .hEch members and Ibeir friends (he Tbe secer-it for the ae.v 3oii is: Hop. ProsidcuL.. C. A." Coch; X A" tvr. Archie Kauoiih; levecutivo, V. A. BMle, Mrs. Bcalf. K. T. Br> in- ner and C. H. Polbeu. The club IE looking forward to a successful season Mill- loll realisation of Us hopes. N. Hanson, late qf has taken over the Kooieaay ganipe, ani n il the ot tbe Kord automobile. lie recclipd a isrload of 'these well known tats iveek. A nell attended meeting of the Wo- men's Institute was held in the Car- men's Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. T. Doran a tion fala.il making. The b-sinefs done Included- the ar- inseinent of ihe following program ir the next six monthly meetings: Demonstration on iced drinks ed deserts and butter beans. pickling1 and sfro cake and icing or pa roils and uns. candr. A fancy work class composed .of era bees Is preparing an exhibit an addition to the footTstuffs." etc., to e shown by the Institute at tb.2 Cran- fall fair. This exhibit will not ia competition. v A presentation was inade lo z popit- r member in the person of -Mrs Campbell, of-a handsome, hronrh to mark the occasion of her recent ruar o 3IR.EOW.A SCHAFER. 8ART LOMER OTTER. SOME OF TliH mSTfNUUlSllKD-MKX IIOXOKED BY-THE On his birthday King George conferred lllida, -ad not least among the honored ones vsere dlstlngulihed men from our own Dominion. City, Electrician The rnass of evidence was glyeu by J. II. .AlacUonell, city electrician, liacDoaeli staled that the public hai been warned never -fo tamper any electrical eciuipmect, and tbat he hat] reroally initructfd Inspecio Skelion to ware his men against Ihi handling of any wires or am in case" of trouble to phone the MacDonell explained bow the insulation on the lead wires bai been -mbbeJ oS from contact wiii the chain, which, in high winds ha caused considerable wearing, and tbe current thro-jgh ib chain it came in contact wit the Extra "precaution against acciden WBF provided for by the strain ball o Insulator on the eat] Q' the chain, an no person was supposed to handl the. casin escept by the insulator. JiacDoneH stcted furllier that 10( volts were carried in the wire me Honed, acd tte iame voltage viO-j! tbrojgh ih-r chain, and on through an> conductor in contact t with cfcaii. i Inspector Shti'.en -.erified JiacDon- toiw NEW DAYTON SCHOOL K'lADE FINE me THOROUGHBRED N'en- DayYoh, June enthu- siastic meeting of the Tennis club was held in Ib? Canadian Bank of Commerce rooms Wednesday nieht. The coming year are, F. M." and Oto. R- secretary-treasuier- goodiy 'Tiurnbcr re in attendance and new mctnhcrs re- ceived." made ior Warner as soon as their courts "arc in proper ror.ditioi. Mr. J.' of I.ctlibridge, in- spcctor of. school.1? for (his district, ivas here on Thursaay of last week. Jlr. Morgan was pleased Farmer's Instllute ,vUh donc fcMe. ani called for 13 In the old gvninasium. If.'Ilipe'oi Victoria, will lecture on ue.'stuck. dairvipg and awine, and Eis colleague, H. E. UploiT. 'will- lee- tnre on poultry. Both these fientte- raen" are "eovermneat" experts and ail interested pre" iavlted lo attend. BUT DAVIDSON AND ARE HELD ON ANOTHER OF FERNIE iih ihe-wortibfing done and Mr. Itichfs is-toibe commended upon bis satisfactory -work the .chil- dren, wbo-rangCi'in'age from six to grades than can :ie -easily instmcted hy or, I.MKL1NTS SECOMD READING PASSES BRI T1SN HOVJ6E OF COMMONS AFTER .SPIRITED DE BATS ETITIONED QUEEN FOR PRIVIL EGE OF -JOINING SUFFRA- GETTES AND WAS SNUBBED London, Hon. Mabe Gye, one of Queen Mary's maids ol honor and a keen sympathizer with the'militant suffragettes, has present- ed.a petition'to the purporting to" represent" the views of eight other ladles in tbe ho-jsohold, praying Her Majesty td cancel tte -rule re- cently made by Uie Queen that no member of her houaehpld raust belong tq tha Women's Social and Political Union, the militant suffragette' organ- ization. "The'Queea, who VB" strongly opposed to militants, hag sent no reply to the petition, and Mls's Gye has offered to resign her position in the royal household, but her resignation bas not been accepted. 100 Hereford BULLS s i For Sale Hanging from 1 year to years old FR1CE3 !i Mclntyre Ranch Magrath iessrs. Ris- .-receivcdj8 hfad ot pure' lirectVShorljKgrn cattle from La- combe.' sprats for thfse prominent that mixed around Ncv Dayton is fast' becoming "'general, and visit to an> their large farms that these gentlemen cotce out far ahead ot the man pins all his faiti; on Mrs. McCallister; ai Lethbrirtgp. spent the here, the guest elt's that police Loiidon. June Servians had been waracn, and ihe jcspcctor Killed" today in a cenous en-! testified (flat had extended the counter betR-een Servjau and Bulgar-j to constabieF. lan.'troopa near the sa.aU town Bylaw EC fiest Semctfy MahrfF. Nfivrs ot.tbe encounter cam's lp; dcspfifcb to the, Belgrade Jlaji 'JoDrnai.' Tomarded here, rar- (ner are eipsclfd in the Aictnity, as the Servians on (Monday etnl a note to the Ejtilgsrlan; comirander, giving" him uotU seven Vernic, B. C., June 9. The Misses Belle and Hazel Rogers, daughters of EHas Rogers, of Toronto, president of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co-, who haie been visiting their brother, John Rogers, at Kernie, left on the evening train for the eaut tonight, and E. of Mrs. A. X. Kesier. This week Mr. Jr Arnritage, who is ol dogsj and og he sees- it, received a pure- bred dog of the1 grey-hound varlet> from England. "Mr. Armitage is pleased wilh his purchase, and says moters of the Acglo-Cauadiao Truet and Savings Co, who hue been up for" trial hefore Jutfce Thompson (or the greater part of the last on a charge of obtaining money that "Minnie is' the third cross the Atlantic in the dog to last Uo of YoMdau, Fenla'n General declared be would tombard.lstip, occupied fay the Bulgarians. tbe il ftDRlGIST IN WiHNIPEfi PrereataUvi nere curatd by tee JUT) E: Itnsth. de- par linenl came in for some censare, in having .lie insulation on this lead wire repaired BJI the evidence I pointed so r-ainly to tht 'act lfral (ampsnag these chains was in the evcalns to verdict of accidental death that could bc in to all concerned. Tlie. thought thai such worn places should he that preventailve steps should be Uksir (o ioaiire ihe-zarciy of the gen- eral public. 1 Public Should Take Lesson Biit.it was thought tuat the reeonv meoda'tjon ol a ftouIJ cover ail 'Oinif, by tbe handling if these chains an offcoce the public be During the inguesi'many Instances cltsd where ipbl out, -sould go arid shafce the chain, thus closing tip the n the arc so ilia; (he light ag'ain come on. The danger of this apparent and it Is most regrtillable that [he lesson coat the cf so prom kin 5 z D b'e that Lt wM'curtd of a ttrere pi in in the back. 1 of 1911, I suSf iiD ii the back. druggist, I tnw virkiai Hivitji As PILiS for a nBrnbtr ol1 -1 ihOTght there tnust be good in thtm ales jraufd tot intrtast fart." il them a trial and UK cralU I fofutd! to te must cure you or JOUT -will rcf uncled. box, 6 for Eetrtple free if ytn writ Dnig Co, of BAPTISTS IN CONVENTION Deer. June BaptU conference for opened her today 1n Ifae Tirzi Baptist CHureh. 150 delegateE arc am a session Is for, aa grett deal -of- has to be pu through. ftage In land and Australia lias, ii is doubled, afi4 gomelhlng tit-.bitd, tii f order vagCi ol ncincn cinplojets, pretenses, fouod not guilty! 3day oti the counts charged against TCI. Idenca was all in oo a turd ay last but judgment uas re- rved until today. His Honor, hoo- ver, ordettrt that they be held on a ew count which was that ol obtain- ng a for 5600 from Mrs. .Tuiia 'obus of Hosmer with, intentions to ef'raud. They are stiH "in'durarte bail not be fortlicoming. hej' have hesn ably defecdeM by A. tacXell of Fernte. .Very tfjiiarier storrhs.pas, 'MT, the 'tonight Etid last so far.'as can be no lamage nTgnt zevt jres were the mountain8 tut these soon O'Jt rain Messrs. RlrJ and Dlvon, of Wa ner, spent lastAVedoesday in Mr. Speakmanv of Jiajmoiid, h the tTiiTfnrti.no ftooi z horse, nilh the result that he- unahlc to hold services here Surtday "says it is not at a serious, and loot for Mr .Spra'nman to .fjil the nex Sunday, providing IJev. Toombs ha not returned ell, in torrents. Tbe raicd tonight arc ion. heavier lbe> nlTI not bc to affcnt "the Iuvcf if, (ho .already floode.d to any great extent LORD MURRAY DID NOT WAV MORE .THAN 'US-, ERAL FUNDS INVESTED London, June onfe ol th most remarkable debates of the house of commons pa the second redding of the home tul for Ireland bill by a majority of 3S 1 Dissenting Ironi John Kedinom declared th6t the overseas do mmfons were in ta or 61 the bill, Maior ilorrison Uc said the Issue had never been clearl put belore the Canadian people. 11 challenged the N'atiooalisfs.-lo get resolution., in favor of it passe through the house ol commons at O (311 a. Hamar Greenwoou said there not a single public man in Canada who was not Jn favor of home rule for Ireland. Bec_ause the prinap.chad wortcd well iniCanada H was re- garded there long stride m-fed- eration ot the empire. Andrew Honar LAV, leader ot the opposition, said "Anyone who has the smallest ac- quaintance v. Ith Canada kr.ous that the statement made -Lj" the last speaker, absolutely wide of Ihe mark. It he narf said that the major- ity of Canadians uere in favor ot home rute I should have contradicted it, but'to say tbat the whole of Can- ada is in favor of hoiiie rule is utter- ly at variance with the facts. TWO ARRESTED ON SUSPICION June women were airaigned today .Richmond police court on' suspicion having set fire to th'e stands on the Hurst Park race courts >esterday, causing damage to I Ottawa, June anadian trade commlssioaer, in ort received at the "department of rade and Commerce, says tbat the etails ol imports from Canada to "ew Zealand for tbe fiecal year coded larch 31, large SncreaEes ic iaportalioQs of motor vehicles, gricultural machinery and printing There is a demand-for space Vancouver to Zealand to ccocamodate shipments of lumber, he CnSou Slcamsilp Company be matter under consideration with he object of providing a cano boat or the Yftncoiner-Xejt Zealand' ce. >lr. Heddtie's report says tnat e would go lo Vancouver .transportation could be aetsured. UDGMENT RESERVED IN CLEARWATER CASE June was veeerted in the Clearwater election eal case this afternoon, Fi Ford, 'or McKenny, the'Utierafc'sridl dile, cooteoded that the court had n right lo order (he returning office count trie disputed billots, an; (hat there flerc other remedies for thi purpose. C. C. McCaul, K.C., (cr the Conser vatlvc candirlate. Insisted that Judg Beck had been right In his order, and said the power of ihe though not contained in (he act, was there b> implication.' Stuart said that the counting of lu'o disputed totes itould >avc Joe Clarke, Ihe independent, his deposit Their tcrdshlpa will not she J'Jdg mtnl for some time. DR. EDWARD FISHER The distlngjiihed" who died recently. Dr. Fiiher way jurily be called the founder cf music In Cantda, hnvlng founded the Toronto CoMarvalory of Muslo and, taught from coast to. coast; Wift barn in the to Can- ada In 1879. For niiny he taught music In the principal rmjvloal centres in Germany. He In Toronto for the lait twenty yeart. the extent of tUir names ad Kitty Marlon, an actrftlft, j and Clara Elisabeth. Girea, well- known mflltanl. icho imdergbne several of impdton- ment for outrages. Thtgr cd Ta con! shares or an Investment of I funds ot the Liberal party fu thcr shown durlne the evidence give today to the parliamentary committee Investigating the government wireless i contract. Captain Arthur Occil .Mur- ray, a brother of Murray of KH- bank, testified today that'o'n leaving talking [or Colombia, r.onl .Murray. at Ihe sarou timt-. he snld, he wished nobody Involved in the affair hut bSmself, and he 'would ,take whole responsibflUy for their tpur- chase The cttrttnce further choked that Lord Murray nas a credJt6r to tht amount opf of an, Ing gaged in tbe Marconi There has no evidence fsr, now that more Of'irie Liberal narty futiils waa croptoyed ihe transaction. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pille TO CURt A COLD IH ONE DAY Tako 1-AXAT.IVr: DltOMO Quinine refund money II it falls f. W. GnOVE'S lijnsture on each box..i5f SIR RUFUS ISAACS Everybody Look! i Auction Sale of Lots in "Glen best investment property in freaier Vanctmyer, in heart of new C.N.R. development Sale June 14 At St. Augustin's. Hall, 3 o'clock sharp Don't miss il whatever else you puss Get one nf the ollicin) painphlcts rifihl siway, ami study Hie facls so 11ml you will in ;i posilion lo bid inlclliifcnlly. Lollihricfgc-will have M chni'ice at Ihe hesl of llx' hits in Hie jiroperly, which on the completion of Hie N. R. Uiiincl will naturally he brought right into Vnncoiivoiv Do yon appreciate Ihc significance of Iliis? When Ihe; G. N. .luimcl Ihrough Jlount.Ttoyal from Mnnlrcnl lo'Modcl City was stnrlcci, tlie wris ilis- cmmtc'il wllh rcsullaiil piprd increase nf prices. ThfaaracTwIll hi Vancouver, and on tlin.comiiletion of 'the tunnel: -nblch stidiiltl ba'accoropllslied In loss than luo jCits 'at the rale of'progresa maintained In Montreal, and the Provincial fhiarantdc o( It. Bonds, hinges on the. work hcfng flnlahed In lhal period, the i allies tlioiild bc as good as Ihose Hit in nraiidvtew, cl the prcrcnt Any, namely. for lor or Katrvjen', JS.oOO.OO per lot .whore It takes Iwent) ,iml fiflccn minutes rpspffcllvely" lo reac-li, wiiile Oton Lyon'will take only rnlnutos from ihe tentre of Vancouver. There li nn ivork abo-Jt this. Now is HIP I'nie lo b.i> in Ukn.f.jon, because the prices new-Are lovter than they will ever be and ihore Is no ctiancc of losing unless Vancouver sinks Into the tca- 'i'ji''- Clen Lyon hit now, Water, Electric Light, Elsttr'fe, Sidewalks. Most lots cleared and building AM good level No gullies ;L DON'T MISS THIH SALIv GLEN LVON IS THE ONE BIO OPPORTUNITY. Yoj II rtirret It: If >ou don't b'ld on the 14th. Auction' talos for other notUonf of (he propcrt> ail: alto held at Csfeary, Medic'ne Hat. Jaw, Currctii. Brandon, PoMage la Prairie. Winnipeg, Eaiknloon. VorX.' ton, Kdmoriton ami Lacomiie. Get-one of the bc-autUi.l CJlen Lyon hooklolR and tft nee'" the photographs of Glen uhlch aro now on dhnlay omce lo the FRANK WAniMNGTON, Ollice I'hortc 131fi r.r.i! at PERRY 4 REID'S, The'Elite .Clpar Store.