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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta June T1IK LETJIBRIIKJE DAILY HERALD Paste 9 ll be Fust Distributing Point East for a Year t CuiTiC Pure Clean Economical rt M.. HUM AM BIMC. reach this (ofal, At a point 49.61 miles east o! Stirl- ing, the passenger trains over" the branch ol the burn lino from the.west will stop for tblj year. Koreir-ost will be the name of IJio station', which will be the terminus-of the branch this year. Trains from LethbrjdEe to Foremost .will Uavel CS.5 miles. the next proiu- NEWS THAT Ues to be pae'Df the busy spots' Soutberu Alberta. .Even Ibis It villl ba'busy for the C. P. H. con slructlon department will'carry tha steel to that pofet on the Wojburn branch, arid .will-the-u hull a' station 'and erect' termitiaU will atcorumpdatcj'tho traffic which bound to'centre there'for-at least a In fact, until (be line Is linked up Vith Viceroy, tho "w'estern term inus no'w from" wilt be otfe; ot tho important on'tho base' east.-" _ towns along.this r.ovr line open this .fall. Theee- are In order east from Stirling, -Judson, -NVrentb'ain, Conrad, Skiff, Legend and Foremost, townsifes of Judson, Wrentham and Conrad are being put on the mar- ket today at Stirling. It will be lorae tlrao bofore Foremost Is rlaced on tbe roarxet, but when it IB, great activity may be loofcel for. Foremost to the "VTeyburn line "what Stelller the Moose- branch ar.d Camrose to tbe WetasV.U In branch In the Both these towns made growth by reason of their being the bases of BiippHes for tner COUE! ruction, Lethbrldge- to Koretnos't will be the nest new branch to appear on the- passenger schedule. H Is likely that a dally train service will be Inaugur- ated fall, as the nomMtetders la the country- ot Stirling are urg- ing It. The last edition of tha "Canadian Engineer "also contains ari" item elat- :ng that tha lutr.biiEch 40 miles northeast ot Klpp bad been ap- v WILL REACH 20 IS CAUSING BURNING Calgary, June lO.-That the 1313 mill rate for Calgary will total the astonishing sum of 20 mills. on the dollar is ll.c disquieting rfpott that is freely circulated at present arpuni tha city hall, ilaj'or will not deny that the mill rale will Comm'isii'onej Graves idea -as the accountants have not, jet finished tot- alling up the estimates. The mill rate lor ISlB'was 12J mills, including the mill rate for school1 taxation ,fthich TSBS a decimal, over. 3 ebitto BY PHONES .gus aul Mrs. C. Young St. Auguslin's at 8 am le hostesses. at St. Cypiiaa's parishioners ill Tw welcome. Rev. Canra MiunU- Wrijnt ofliciate at Kt. Cjprian's at nijht. Mis. An will be th Miss Nhinie l.ioguard o! the Cilt- ztns company's staff. Mt to- day tor Vantoum to speed month's lacJtion. Miss Campbell.- nii.sior.dif frotn Zenana, India, the luettinj Mr. I-eonard J. McKenne left W- M. S, held lestcrday at morsiing for Minhtauolls, to be mar- thj-fiome ol Mrs.- Hooper, mh St., lied on IS. to JSiss MaEon, of that They be at Lcthoridge after July I. v i Mr.'j. M.-Thomas. Fourth av- enue South, receded the sad Intelli- gence today of the- death of bis moth- er, ilrt. Joseph Thorns, at Sound. Ont. The de- ceased lady Cl of age, and was highly esteemed z The out-of-town people arriud in the this afternoon to attend- ancestor a.wartn day ar.d Miss Campbell's address was greatly She-gaie a Health of about the i.oble woik beint-carried on by'this Ttc 1- 0- G. T. lo'dy Thursday in Rjil school. The lodge ".tart prwmpt- ly at 8 o'clock as at, b '.0 the dcors open to the public an open meeting will te l.eld at which ire cream will be served. ILere is no Masu'cH-Murray IE CHARGED WITH MUflDifl AND Putple Springs, June 10.- rhe annual celebration held io June ast year at tbjs place and whii-h drew such a large crowd from sur- rounding points will be repeated this rear aloag similar lines' and lake place on Wednesday, June iSth. H is now probable that a large crowd will attend" the celebration and at a mass meeting beld in Hudson's hall committees were detailed to pre- pare for the handling the large crowd eipected- to witness the pro gram. h ,7ne sjorts will begin at 1 o'clock, the nrst thing on the program. being t he. foot-f acin 5. Tliis .wil) include some of an amusing character. On the arrival ol the west- bound the'first ol the baseball match- es will be.pulUd dett League teams'. At? .the' conclusion ol the match will' he put on and at G o'clock the second baseball match will commence te tween the Purple- Springs team and the winners oi the" afternoon game. The winners of .the final game will be the recipients of a purse from the ALLOWED BONDS ON ilrs. Campbell. Dimonton Sirs. Mills, llosiner, and Mrs. Medicine Hat. I i The Canadian Women's Press Club Kdiflonton closed itriar afiefnoon, aid tie members left on a trip to the Yellowhead Pass as ot the G. T. r. Tho election of officers resulted as follows; Hon. President, Miss Msrjorio Me- Murchy. Toronto; .Mrs. Ar- thur Murphy Kd- monton; MUs Cora, Hind, Winnipeg, for Manitoba; Mifs Is- abel Ecclestpne McKay, for British Columbia: Miss Jane Welts Fraser, Toronto, vice-president for On- tario and Quebec; Miss Jlarshall fiaundere, set-retary; Miss Hayden, Calgary, treasurer. An Ottawa dispatch of today's date "An Interesting, but exceedingly quiet wedding, was solemnized la St. John's Church, at 9.15'this morning, when Miss Mllly Wnlle, daughter of the lale Hon. Thomas White, Minister of the Interior In tli8 ministration, and lira. While, of'Ot- tawa, rras united Jn marriage to Hon. George H. Perley, minister-.without portfolio, Mlnister'of Trade and Commerce during the'absence trora Canada of lion. Fos- ter. i .jtev. J. F. Govman performed the ._.---------5 canon Pol- Methodlit church lard. The Wilaini; waV verr qiilet, owing to a recent bereavement In the family or the bride. Only the imme- diate relatives o' tbe contracting parties were >prtsent. F. M. 3. Jen kins presided at the as tbe bridal party entered the he clayed the "Wedding March" ,ttom "Lohengrin." Tho bride a ftnart tailored suit, and carried'a bcauet- or.whlte roses and llllies of the Her only ornament was a diamond pendan set in platinum; tho gift of the groom week. St (jypriah'E W. A. vull meet to- lOrrffrc afternoon at 3 3-j o'clock in be Parish hall. All members are ur-l gently requested to attc-nd, as plans ictereet will be subiniuea. Th? Herald was.In-crror yesterday I a announcing, toe W. C, T. U. for to- ay. The meeting will tie beld tomor- on- llhurfday) and a large attend- ance Is looked for, as the programme will be; of exceptional Interest. Tbe meeting will be held a', (he home of Mrs, Needs. The ladles'ot St. Marr's Guild have decided to hold their "Jumble" sale on Monday. 16, starting at 1.30 clock. The ladles vill have Ice- cream for sale. At the mwling of the Boclety on Monday it was also decided to have a booth at the exhibition. This all involves much hard work, New Wash Goods of Surpassing Beauty and Elegance, Very Reasonably Priced s. For Your Choosing Wo venture to sjy thsil before have svich cU.iviniiiy viirictU's ol' nt-w ;imi coirecl styles in prit'Cil bctn ott'cKti for your iifi'i'ptiiiK'o. You vvill find here jjoods rep- Hie latest hi tlie fuslrion world diivct from the world's fore- wo are rmibled to offer them to 11 piiccs than :ire asked at most gouils of much iiiffrior style and (jiial- ily. Ijinitcd spucc forbids us to nioic fluin merely touch upon the clinriuUif! varieties have but Mary's ladies determined "Juncaii, Alaska, June MacDonald, a 'wealthy mining opera- tor ot Guanajuato, Mexico, arrested last December ntid brought to Jun- tau to stand trial on a charge ol tnunlcting K. C. Jones, a miEa worter, >-hen MacDonald was super; Inlcndent of the Treadwell Mine In 1002, was.admitted to bal' hy District, Judge O'verfield today. MacDoaald is alleged to have mur- dered Jones because the missionary insisted that JfacDo'nald should "doss the mine- on Sunday ;if he wished to tho coroner's jurj exonerated MacDocald, who Kent to Guanajuato, where he bo- camo general raanager ol a mining company.. When --MacDonald was brought to Juneau from Mciico he Paid all the expenses of the marshal's Party and a small witness- iu attcndar.Cfl. As the crowS'ot last committee 60 that'theie will be af. Immediately-'after -the -ceremony strenuous afternoon and! Mr- and Mrs, Perley felt for Toronto evening.' There will also be a, band I travelling In Mr. Perley's private car They will visit Toronto, Detroit, Bos- and othe'r points. MELVIN-CAMPBEUj Last erening at 8'o'clock1 Hev. T. P. Perry pronour.ced the magic words which started a popular young couple oft in life together. Mr. .lames; Lo- gan Melvin, who came from Scot- land about 14 months was mar- ried to Miss Annie Campbell, '.who reached Lethbridge from Scotland on Friday last for the express nurpme ol becoming Jlrs. Melvin. The cere- mony was solemnized at the home of Mr. Alex. Knov, 813 15th street south, the witnesses being Mr. MeWn, brother ol the happy man, and JJiss "Annie Knoi. Friends join in heartiest congratulations. year was more than the committee bargained lor, .an, eflor't nrHl.b'e'ijiaJe to handle the'crowd by a different method and the ground rights for stands will he leased. There will probably be three ptands to supply the wants of the crowd .with a' pho- tographer's tent in 'The old I'nrple Springs restaurant has'heeft Inken over by gan ar.d has been remotlrired with a view to the requirements of travel- ling men. The new dining room has been repainted and kalsomlned In col- ors and a regular hotel service in- atilled., A new sign lias been erect- ed and seating accommodation pro- vided for those unable (o get to the first tables. The restaurant will available for the day All applicants for leases on the ball write the secretary at once. T, STATESMEN IN-DIVORCE MIX-UP June Is understood llmt Liber- al M.P. for Leicester, Is about to re- sign hfs seat In Parliament. ne (3 co-responrtcnl fn an Impending dlvcrco suit in which Huterl ,W. C. Ct'rr, mem- her tor the- RrXIwrilha 'dlTlslori 'of Soulhnark Is HE of the ltd thll nellltsd ad ..''ic MIC SAlD-'-Wtll. we SALT tnd hoonfl could n-.aVe we btlicvc tlttr la l i "of Circus- is Here arid it is Good (Continued from front CLUBS AND SOCIETIES lion. The caling an'd tents are models ol Everything seems to go like 'clockwork "in put- ting up the temporary buildings', and in this Old Jenny takes an important part in placing the poles In position. vaudeville-show'affords a' side attraction. The, employees' of the cii. ir well provided for in the and the r Itlnch consisted of roast cab- bage and bolledjhiim, hash brown po- tatoes, green.peai, coftee ar.d' tea with, apple dumpling! and pit-Si fbr dese'rl. The crowd of ftilojmut and attendants, numbering cloM'ci 1vlls and Xains-ooks, 12, 21, ami 4ri inches KemarkaWe at t-cr yard..... 25C-S3.50 Hudson's Bay Stores MAHMONO SHEFKET PASHA FELL A VICTIM TO WITH REVOLVERS Consbnllnople, June The Torklsh' Graafl Vizier -Mahmotid Sbef- ket Pasha -.was aEsassinatcd at noon toxJay hr two. tnca armed with rerol- rsj who attacked him'as he i ceeding in his motor car to tfae, Eu3> Uine Porte.' Mabmoud Sbefket Pasha was a pure Arab, and a native of Bagdad. He "tvas brought to Constantinople with hi 5 family when he ivas a boy. After studjins at the Military school, be graduated at IS years of age Mlti the highest honors. He was a great favor- ite Qf the former Sultan Abdul Ham- id, who appointed him to the general staft. Afterwards he proceeded to Germany, ana'stayefl there tea studying the organization of the Gor- man Array. Mahniouti Shefket, despite hta Intimacy wIih'Atdul Mnmid was the moving spirit In 'fostering the mili- tary rcToU, brought about thai Sultan's fell, Soon after the outbreak of the Ba kan war, Mabmoud Sheffeet Pasha ua appolntes chief of the Cornmlssavlat department of the Turkieh War Of- fice, and he was one'pE those prcseal at the grand council of the empire, which' decided in January of this year to accept the proposal of the Euro- pean Powers to bring the war to ai end. It Is believed lo government circles iere that the assassination of the Irand Vliler was the outcome ot a against the commltlce'of Union and Progress (Yoang Also Shot Cons Ian tinoplp, June Eiev, the aide dena.rap ol ilahmoml Shcfkct 1'asha, also was kiUed the assassin. It is the uica who committed the crime are civilians. standing between the two Tha dotegales this rooming attended pon- tifical mass, and a discussion on the propaganda of the French language in its bearing on the school, the church, the family, in business and- in. tha press. Mr. Dpnault said that a race without a mother tongue could not malutain Its existence. GONE TO HIS RIDING Ottawa, June Hon. R. Borden will leave Ottawa on Thuvs- flay night for Halifax, where he wilt spend two cr three days. G. T. P. TRAIN SERVICE Winnipeg, June SPEAKER AT FRENCH CONVr chanees wera today by the G. T. P. in its new summer schedule, which Trill go into effect on June lo. The feature of the new schedule is the Inauguration of a-day passenger service between Win- nipeg and Edmonton. TION SAYS IT IS ESSENTIAL TO EXISTENCE Edmonton, June from' all over eastern Canada and the eastern States are attending the sec- ond aanual convention under the aus- of the .French Language Society of Alberia, irhlch opened here last night, among the moi'g prominent visi- tors bcltig Henri Bourassa, the Na- tionalist leader and editor of Le De- voir, of Montreal; A.-Dccault, o fthe permanent committee- of Prenc'ti language Society of Quebec, and Judge Prudhomme, oi St. BonUaco. Mfir. archblEhop of Edmon- ton, in an address of Tvelco'me to the delegates, prophesied that" the new Jesuit college, which is shortly to be opened In the city, would have an im- portant bearing on the future of'Al- berta. English and Trench pupils, he said, would meet in the college common ground, and the result would lie the establishing of a better under-f i KING SIDA ONTARIO i e a s v. .'.j-ju; ,v j ft FAMOUS'ASTOR HOTEL NOW IN HANDS 01 TEE WHECKERS" Medicine Hat., June city council is tenders for the installation of t alarm sjslcrri which will extend ever twenty-die mtlts ol wire. Owing to the rapid tcry-ar'ef be.'awasf twc; Sundays growth ol the city, Consulting Engl- KexUSundaj- tnorning'-ihere'ViH'.be jnfft Lee his adrlscd the city to adr! ARE fiATtVE SUM Australian riilu town hire week, fjol. that they. probably crowd ever sonl frdtn tho Island continent to com- pete at'the Kmplre .rantchea bore, bo'r'rl, Cyprian's'arid' u'rgtd to'aticjididt. .e will'be' 'more units to plant. For nursing tnotitii'' Lnaflvd Ur it oi-tlie system yi, box at yoot BABY CRA8B BURIED Edith Baiter Cribb, the IS months old'daufhler of Mr. and'Mrs. Richard Crabb, 1251 5th south, who died .on Sunday, was'hurled at'the Lethbridge cemetery Rov. T.-P. Perry Mr, and. Mrs. Crrtt to ihcso who >o kindly their aympallir und help and for the beautiful tributes of flowers. The Brotherhood of Railway Train- men pays out apjjrorlmMely 000 a year Ih the linilsrl 'sia Canada lo total dis- ability tlaj ii tne old hoitl In New York U being leveled because a new subwiy li to the ill (t thtltered princes ind.the mort "for visitor! In New York lor a tenlury.. The head waiter for 44 yean WAI C. Albert Kiuffraan, In the (mat He mil infortanirU inveitmtntt tnt How, almcit broke, Is aeeklnS ;