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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 19M THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY .HERALP PAGE NINE (rr DOMINION MEAT MARKET Specials Fresh Made No. 1 Farmers': Dairy Butter per pound Strictly Fresh Ranch; Eggs Dominion Boiled Boneless Shoulders, 16c lb- 1 PHONE 1654 Corner 4th Avenue and 6th Street South Ta'mplco, Mexico, June Laredo, Texas, Juno sliip, Antilla Scorn New York today discharged, .her. cargo of ammunition .for ;lhe ConstiUitionaliH's, Sixtwin: hundred cases of ammuni- tion and two aeroplanes were immedi- ately dlBpatelied" iiorth on a special train. Until after; her arrival at the whart the Autilla knew nothing oi the pro ject'ed: blockade of the port or the 'presence of 'the Federal gunboats iKaragosa and'Bravo, outside the'har- iior. 'JThc Antilla Will sail tomorrow for Tantoyuca .to recover the body .of AVeslon Burwell; the American re- ported murdered by Federals "April 22. W. Va., June severe electrical storm, which swept over this district last midnight, twen- 'houses were destroyed at the JlounclsvllliS' camping grounds, a sum- mer colony near here, and two men were killed ligtuiug. The -vv-ind carried flames to an adjoining house- aiid twenty were consumed be- fore the flames' were extinguished. 1 The inmates, and child- ren, fled in their iiiglit clothes. .1. -It; Manley, of Westenburg, was hill -Ify lightning, while riding on a street'car at 'Fulton, a suburb. An un- idelltlflert liran wasfBtruck by lightn- ing east of Wheeling, and killed. Oa hniri> TI-. S S California han, MfAh-s Juno a Council of Airs Fd wtiflb of the National CoiuioiV a address to a uij rcprcsentatne mcoiing- or the Q( Lcthbndgc five being present at the C V IdSt CM-IlHlb ft'rs outlmed t-Jje aim and scopt of tin. locil CoMnci; IE, not limiUd scheme of vork inj jtlinioiis prr QI aTiv one phase oi Its is tlie care of the children and the care of thu home, through well directed, united effort. This rear the Canadian Council celebrates its birthday, .vrlicii jt is hoped to have Lady Aberdeen, .the, mother of the organization, present at the celebration, The American Council was organized at the- World's Fair in Chicago and Toronto had. the first Canadian local Council. There are 31 councils in Canada now with some IB affiliEitcd societies. A loc-al council is when all liie societies, the Ladies' .Aids, the C. T. II., the Civic Club, the missionary societies, etc., in Ta cer- tain locality atfiliate. When matters of public interest have to be brought before the more weight is attached and more consideration re- ceived, when they are presented the Natiomfl Council, through -its local councils; liocatise they represent such a large 'number. of the intelligent women of tlie coun- try, than when only one 'organiza- tion, enthusiastic along only one line or work, makes the renuesti. The Local Council mothers certain work along until it neeils no more as- sistance, when it turns tn other mat- ters. For instimce the National Coim- cil started the associated charities, the supervised play grounds, hospi- tals, women inspectors of- factories, and women on the school board. One tiling Alberta needs now '-is a shep act, an act to regulate sanitary conditions, etc., in places, where girls arc employed. Temporary officers were appointed for two or three months, until the local societies affiliate, when perma- nent officers will he elecied for' the ensuing year. The provisional officers are Mrs. II. Hentlcy. Mrs. Charles McKiU lip. Recording Miss Hawilen.- Cor. Mrs. Urown Pipes; Mrs. F. W. Downer. AV DAY IN AND ROPING CONTESTS THRILLERS v -June 5000 people saw opening day's sport at- the Sfcimpedc here yesterday, Uirancfing'.'tue event as the most suc- l ccssful "of' its bind ever held in West- Medicine Hat, intervening town's their quota of spectators into the town in thousands, and they witimssed au evrpllpnfc program which for 'sheer sport equalled the famous Calgary Stampede of years ago. Unuet tiie able directfor ot Ad. Day 'the program wended., ji smooih. and entertaining way. Such satisfaction the crowd, that 'practically every one tu ijenum unlil 1 nday, wlien the 'afternoon the finals in. tlie wild j hut e cowboy and Hit races arc to fee run j Toda s wild horse race was the most exciting run in Western won by Dob XVilson, of Tnnisfail. Walter McHugb bad the fasted- tune inf {he roping contests. The steer riding vas oi first .class order and some develop- Imeiits in all the sports arc looked for on Tndaj THREE EXPLOSION VICTIMS Berlin, Juno A scrgeanV and two soldiers were kilted today nt aerodrome, when 'bfin- Hine tank exploded. The.vic.tims wore members of the Imperial Navigation Corps of the German Army, HON. ADAM BECK INSURGING LaMdon, OiH., June in ntniored inat lion. Adam Meek, liead of the Ontario Hydro-El-. octric commission, Ihsurs- ing, and that ho will refuse tu v. accept 11 nominiition ns a mem- her of the Onlurto Coiiservu- live party In Ijondon, or any other constltiioncy, v Montreal, June marine de- partment this moining received infor- mation that the missing steamer Montmagny, which it was feared had "gone down in the heavy storm of a few days ago in the Gulf, had passed Flat Point and entered Sydney Har- hor. On June 1 the Montmagny was despatched from North Sydney to the Cape Race station with a load of coal. A few days later the ship- ping federation 'wired that tho White Star liner Teutonic had reported a derelict a distance of 48 miles west of Cape Race and instructions were sent to the Montmagny to proceed to locate the wreck as soon, as she finished unloading. Her captain an- swered on June 8th, acknowledging the instructions and stating that he would go there immediately on finish- ing his load. That was the last heard from the ship until this .morning. The Montmagny had a crew of GO aboard. MUST NOT MARRY DIVORCED PERSON IF OTHER IS LIVING Itegina, Sask., June synod in session this morning added another canon to the list of the dio- cese. "No clergyman within the jur- isdiction of this diocese shall 'solem- nize marriage between persons either of whom shall have been divorced from one who is living at the time." The question of allowing women the standing of parishioners, giving them the right lo vote for i vestrymen, will be discussed this evening. NEAR SUICIDE AT FERNIE Workman in Bull River Camp Slashed Throat and Wrists Fernlo, H.C., Juno Provincial Constable IMscri of Bull River brought to the hospital here a maii'iiamod It. E. Glenn, who attempt- ed suicide at Camp No, 7 at Bull UIv- er. lie had been drinking heavily for some days previous and had iji- flietftd a severe gash on his throat aild wrists 'when found. WILSON APPOINTS NEW AMBASSADOR TO FRANCE Washington, D.C., June sentuliVu G. Sharp of Elyrln, Ohio, was today by Presi- dent Wilson 'to bo ambassador to France, succeeding Myron T. Jlerick. Mr. -Sharp, is u Democrat. Shop at Simpson's Saturday Buy Reliable Merchandise at greatly reduced prices. Dozens 'of lines of Summer Ready-to-Wear Novelty Articles, and Piece Wash Goods on Sale Saturday at only a fraction of their worth. A Table of Wash Dress Goods at 25c Eaiioy Voiles, ,PIaiu Voiles, Organdy Muslins, I'ord Suitings alii Crepes, soods worth lip-to-SOc per yard Saturday 6al4 Pricis................... Women's Silk Hose black only, 50c Extra nice quality, tine finish, Silk'Boot Hose, .high spliced heels and toes, wide garter top, reg. value 75c. Saturday Sale Price wllV "Girls' Middies BOYS''BATHING. .....SBITS 45c 24in. Fine Lisle Gloves 45c J1.85 and -jllnO made from white drills, iiique, repu and Indian Head materials, for agea_10, 12_and 14 yeartf. On .sale Saturday at...... SOYS'-FANCY SHIRT .....WAISTS All our regular 65c and 75c Lisle Gloves in black, wilite, tan, and grey, on sale Saturday at 45c Girls' Colored Wasli Dresses For values and Sizes S to J6 years. Good range of styles and pat- terns. LITTLE .BOYS' WASH SUITS 51.50 TS' HOLEPB SOX 6 pah- ..50 Wo's Silk Lisle Hose GENTS' HOLEPROOF SOX Black only in tills line of Hosiery Tjio regular value is 50c per pair. To clear the" line quickly they go on sale Saturday at ;i pair for......... Splendid values for Satur- day- in Women's Outing Hats Ail' Eliko'es that are right in style, made from -different suitable wash materials such as Ratine, Duck, Corduroy and Canvas. On sale Saturday;