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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ALL AROUHD Begins Friday Morning See Page 8 of this Issue RETLAW REJOICES IN EARLY AR- RIVAL OF IRON HORSE- NEWS OF NEW TOWN bal- Ret'r.w, Alu., June The Sunday between the diicii picked and the Rellaw nice- off zs advertized, at '2 p.m.. Sundcj-, June S. Tiie score was 21 to 6 ia faior of the coyotes. The big. game will be on July 1, betvcea VeHey.and ihcshome "riutK This vlH ba a cbampton i Everjoue for Retlaw Big celebration Jiilv Bisebali game, tbe two best clubs between the Alberta" Street Valley vs. Ret- 1k w. Horse races, foot-races, sack- pie contest, esg-racet. tug-of- Tar: against all comers; bis dance, four-piece ealors, father Mr. Knappen do not think any city will make substantial growth Jjj an In dealing v.ith his Coqiilllam prope tv, he does not launch oul on Ho erlng but simply sclla on t rr.eriU of the proposition. Tlio CoquUlam C. r. R. tcrmln shops he says, will exceed oven t Montreal shops in we and capaci They arc located 18 mlka Vancouver, lfce and K. L. Norman, secretary. A finaac? committee was ippoinied composed of K- Harris. made not later than June 30tb. The Pincher CreeV band will provide music throughout the which conclude with a dance in qujs and Win. aad committee of K. E. Upton, H. Forward, J. H. Dap-; per, F. W. Forster. J. Bossonbeny, mr (tc opera housc (rora g p m. to t a 4 program im. Watcb tor iurther anr.ouncruuts. Henry Marquis, proprietor of the Alberta hotel, has nad a number of C Allison and E. C. eu al sea for many oa the arket ceeraed tu realize at uubiaseJ advice being glvtn em. and that the dftuoastnUoDS and k given iheni. came from an eara- t desire lo help better the condition growers al large. They seemed to feel that the aug- stions offered were of merit, d Tvould aid them IB getting a pro- r price for thif year's clip. Old Methotfi in Vogue Tbe old, old question of hand shear- S con fro tiled Mr. Willlngiujre, and immediately launched out on ths erils of tbe machine clippers, and: vocated their uae fcere. The ma- bine cliDpere turn, eat deal of profti into the wool grow. pocket, but Alberta sheepmen ave always contended that shear ID'S ith clippers was o'Ji of the question of tbe climate. Tbe merits the clipper system will be tried out Mr. and arrange- eots have been made to have a de- onitraiton at the eihibiitoii on tbe th frhen a dozen bead ot sheep wilt e shorn with clippers. great value of the clippers lies 'Ihe fact that the length oTthe fibre maintained, whereas with the shears second cat is iaken by th learer...This second cut materially ecrea'ses Ihe value of'tW wool, uyers their estimates mainly n tbe ieogth and strength of staple. Tyina the Fleeces Tbe" preparation, of the fleeces mcbed upon briefly. Proper tying nd condition ia "a point all heepmen know to he essential in tbe arketing al Regarding the reparation for the London and markets, the-process knonn kitting was described, and it was uCBtioned whether the loss la aused by" eklrtlng would'pay, and bether a market could be found lor he skirtfngs. The tying" of fleeces paper tTrtne, which, la the one method b'uyersf accept readily, ia prac-' "sed in Alberta. i Sheap Breeders Meeting -As a result of Mr, WUlingiayre's Mr. Harvey, president of the as- ocfatfoti. will call a special meeting ometitne before tiie exhibition, and nacimous action ia looked for'rejrard- ng 'the disposal of this year's clip. Same old Buyers and Prlcet Buyers from the east are In the :ountry, and ihty are offering the ame old !3 (o _13 1-2 cenla a pound. Mr HA. who has cearly a to ship, was Tereii cents >eaterday, Messrs. flreen, RoherEaoa and Blacklock Bros, are on while numerous ither growers are conducting, inde- pendent camps in localElloB. Afr. Harvey has sheared out about po-jndp Mr. Willingmjre left on last nig'nfs rain for Masjratb, be will con- suU with the grov-efB of that local- Hy. (t is (he aim of the government o amalgamate the entire HOO! est, both In tbe north acd south with power to add to their number If it should considered advisable to do so later on. Good Program Arianged The program committee met imrae- dialety at the close of the general meeting of ihe committee acd an elaborate list of "competitions was arranged, for some good prizes are being hung up. Araoag other items, a fitty'dollar cup is being put ds IUUdl Creek's assessment foe 1913 i has been completed and the notices 1 mailed to the various property own- ers. Contrary to the general expecta- tions, the assessment Ibis year is not very mush larger than Jl was in 1912. It seems, however, that the assessment of the finance- committee was considerably reduced when it came before the whole council. The THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O, LCD, AUXAJ.DER LAIRD JOHN' .MKD CAPITAL, REST, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS BanVof by ol oumtxr of ta Province of with dltcct in Loodoe, Enj., York. San Ftancitco, PwiUod, Mexico tnd St Nfti, Ajftott in tvecy part of world, is to offer unwipMMd to nvetting pabiic, enabling to obuin money ia iht timpittt eaj point on thiir journey world over, 7be Cheques and of btutd by this overcoma tnnojlcc dittculdte of obiauiicg Iqnr In pltcM vfheie is difficult Drain on all tfcft of woild. drawn In i lire, tie, can putchjiscd rauc. Lethbridge Branch C G, K, Nourse, Mgr. BJUHS ate public school, school WJ.Ofu. sjparale In 1313 public sctiool 75 school SI36.025. Mrs. A. Fraspc east a few ago. wttrc she will remain ior UK iummcr. Mrs. (Dr.) UK on Tues- day for Kastfrn, Canada, she niU vjsit for a couple of months. Mis. H. Upton is risitics Win- nipeg friends. Mrs. S. P. HuuUr lelt on Tuesday cicmng' for I'ncte Sam's country, where she ffW Vitl'tS. visit relatives for a OFF ON SUSPENDED SENTENCE Moose June tptni- 105 Ihe nlghl lo her cell wondering aLe nould get for bigimy, wklch charRO proved agjinst yes- terday. Mrs. Kale'Delta Has brought betore Chfer Justice IleuliBin at coon today, and after a reprimand, wap on suspended sentence. Sbe ii the woman ivho married Wm. Jordin Deausejour, Man., In 1S05, and then' marrlsd Richard Delta ai Slntaluat In 1907, Tbe Jury tecora- mended he-r lo mercy after medical eildence- kit been Mich. June is laime-1 U> be a cure for been discovered by Dr. 1'aul C. On love, of this city. H is a serum pf such properties lhat the. fiist treatment consists of oal) one drop every five dajs. In two Cases ol the most malignant form the serum is safrf to have ifttt wntideriul results A was a >oung man nho was averagir-x'our fits a day. Dr. Goodlore -ays thai as soon as he has further it, it- wiH be given the medical profes- sion. MR. ROGERS 19 COMING Edmonton. JunV Rogers Is dtfo to'arrive In toe cit> on Friday (or thi'purpose of'Investl. gating the public works are bs Ing carried on by tie ixmilnlon goi- eminent ia STARTS THE SECOND WEEK ft i. U; Of E. J, Hill Ca's GREAT JUNE CLEAN OUT SALE! "ft's not an every- day; jevent. Only, happens once in the year. Then We Make a Clean Sweep re pubHc Bargains such as you have been getting or hearing of the past tomorrow, we have some excellent values prepared for you. Sr-V" i IT r V larming Dress Event stylish, madame; or young lady, this is something In the Tiay of dressy Dresses, some lovely Lawns, hand embroidered, Kothers all-over embroidered. Also a lot of about 12 hand- r some silk Dreasjes, lovely shades. These dresses represent Lthe latest novelties in shade and trimming. Silks are mosi- l-ly of the wearable and rich materials of Messaline silk- I all are .of the-, latest New York received a days ago and'are worth and Sale -Price for a day or two .50 A Pure Silk Glove for 95c 95c Ladies'25c Hose for 15c 15c Silks Almost Half In-black "or .white, elbow length, iMousquetUre or gauntlet- styles, pure silk. AlKsizes in the lot. It's our reg- ular 51.25 glove SALE PRICE....... There are just fiffj; dozen of these celebrated Balbriggan Hose, seamless and fast black; sizes, 8J'j to Regular PRICE......... A Waist or Dress Length of these beautiful silks w ill prove a money-saver for you. Lovely black or navy Peau de Soie, blue and white, black and white and blue stripes' m Tamolinc Silks and Salins, up to PRICE...............'-.......... 65c Sale of Ladies' Waists 95c In this lot we are going to offer these plain Shirt Waists, some Lov.ely. Lawn WaUUr, Val. Lact and Insertion trim- med, low or high, some lovely embroidered; all sizes in'the lot. Val- ues worth up to PRICE 95c Gentlemen We Think You Never of sfich a suit offering before. They are not suits made up for a Saturday sale, _but suits made, of the best Scotch Tweeds and Worsteds and'. are picked-qut from Suits :for ihia special June' 'Sale-UM into one for..........................'-.' Negligee Shirts A BIG LINE OF MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, in plain and pleated and PRICE Now for the Boy If you want a suit for a say re- quiring 29 lo 32, jiiat you bring him to Hill's and get a three-piece suit of Kcal Scotch Tweed, that will cost you regular PRICE..... A Novelty and a Bargain For the School girl or any girl from 8 lo 14 years. For the school girl it's a novel dress, made with a fnld-up flap, so when at the desk she has a pocket for books, sep- arate one for pencil and pens; purse or handkerchief pock- el nut of school. Just let (he flaps down and she has a perfect clean street or church dress. It is a dandy and should sell for ?3.50. SALE PRICE............... 200 American Quilts for 95c This is a snap lhat should catch the eye of house, boarding house, and hotel pure American Crochet Quilt, good family size, free from ing and easily laundried. Regular PRICE................... nanoKercmet pocK- 95c Some Ladies' Linen and'Waih in Champagne, White, Blue and Pink, Excellent Value i from to Find Them on a Table. For Julia Sale at about Half Regular Price E. J. HILL CO. The Store of Satisfaction ;