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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BAKING POWDER iDOffT SIMPiV ASK FOR MAGIC AND GET THE GOOD KINO m LWGILLETTCQLTD.f m WINNING m GATHER HERE CARDSTON'S FAREWELL TO THE RED COATS Cardston. June has been .in- year! None made a better in j "militia day" indeed for Cardston. li'10. The advance party in charge of I The special train which meets the Major E. Ton-y with five men jJ-etbOridge contingent lor Calgary de- ileft on the 7.30 'train for Calgary to ut about 5 a.m. tiie 13th. It con- .'start the camp for the boys, who fol- j81818 of two passenger coaches, bag- low tomorrow morning. rape car and four stock curs for the j Alt day the riders have been gather- orses- ling and at 10 a.m. the now recruits be-1 There are athletes, good sing- driilins on the vacant space near jers" sood Poachers, pood riders, good ;lookers, good men in "C" Squadron, 'and Cardstou has faith that they wit 3 again "make good" in all required double duty in pertectini; the arrange- nicnts. hunting up more horses for new men. superintending drill work 'the Massey-Harris stand. j Major H. B. Brown lias beeu doinj OWEN SOUND'S iand shipping details. FATAL STORM The steamer "Germanic" was en- dock, keeling over at an angle which panic among ihe passengers.: Foit William is After As- sociated B. of T. Con- vention in 191 2 The annual convention of the Asso- ciated Boards of Trade of Western Canada -begins here tomorrow morn- ing in the Y. M. -C. A. auditorium. Delegates win be present from the principal town's and cities qf Mani- toba. Saskatchewan and Alberta, and1 f A, A. Wilson, manager of the Bank oi Commerce at Fort William, is here to advocate that the Boards of Trade in: Northwestern Ontario be taken in- I TO the association. Feeling certain tnat this will be done. Mr. Wilson is j alrendy advocaring thai the 191- con- j jiajr- an .rentiou be held in his city. E. il. Saunders, of Calgary, late of .j her lines kept her from careening. (Moose Jaiv, president of the associa- tion: John1 T.. Hall, secretary, and M. Isbister, Saskatoon, second vice presi- dent, have already reached and more delegates -will arrive this fcfternoon and tonight. The executive of the association meets tonight at'S.30 o'clock at the T. 3L C. A. Cardston, June presence [Gf the militia boys in squads and Capt. W. T. Ainscough with Lieuts. groups, with their officers, here and Andrew Vfoolf. F. May. B. -May and there along the streets reminds us I Clyde Brown, have been vieiug with that the Calgary encampment other in perfecting their men in soon see the milHia of. the province in. ;the details of their work. full array. j After the drill at. o'clock the! _ Preparations have been under way Owen Sound. Ont., June (ie- squadron marched and countermarch- for "some time past to make an irn- structne electric storm with a tiiruugh the principal streets of the provemeat. if possible, on last year's done struck Owen and they certainly made a fine j record. Drills have been held at on Saturday evening. Light-'appearance. The horses are a good several outside points, and yesterday ninq hilled -John Murphy, employed iu ;lot and caretalty selected as to color'there was a general drill here for thf'.'Iarrisoti Mill, and stunned tivon-iand size. With one exception they the squadron. I ty other employees, llnil stones of'are all bays and blacks tor the rank' Major H. B. Brown has been very enormous size ciiused widespread dam-'and file; the four lieutenants ride busy in recruiting and seeing that the aio. win.iows beins; broken in and Major Brown and Capt. equipment was issued. There will be tically t-very buiidin- in town. ride blacks. The red coats a big drill on Monday next, ending the dark mounts conduce to a with a grand militia ball' in the even- as to give the boys a suitable lilt: MLcHliCI LTfilliiUIlL til-; ,1.1.1 l __, 'fiue appearance for the whole scjuacl- mg, bo tt-rjuc the harbor as ihe siorm broke "-ft _. eo_j iron as well as ior tne individual. The send-oft, jam; was dnicn forcmiy apunst "Sncw parade and manoeuvres creditable. Certain changes in the uniform very Success to the 'C' Sciuadron, 23rd ,'Alberta Rangers. Court of Revision The irak- was accon-paraed by jn jjie appearance of the of-' The town council sat as a-court of tidal phenomenon. The in the ficers and men. Chain epaulettes for revision to hear appeals on the as- iiiii'bor rose four feet above x.ero ale lieutenants, and the numbers sessments made. Some half dozen ap- nuirk, then dropped t-igiit feet within worn on each shoulder by the men are pellants were heard, and adjustiments hour. The C. P. R. points compared to the im- made where reason demanded it. On "Athabasca." touched bottom. made by the cowboy style tne wnole there was satisfaction FORMERLETHBR1DGE MAN GETS THE JOB ACCIDENT AT A TABER FIRE [of hat supercedmg the caps of last I year.' j Although wearied from drill and (loading baggage, the grand ball this '.evening brought out a big crowd of jthe men enlisted as well as many ;spectators. Dancing began about ten ;this evening in the assembly, hall. Here again the bright on with the Great No news item of recent years has been more welcome than that concern ing the coming of Jim Hill's line. Such a fact would mean the future success of all lines of industry de-: pendent on transportation as it would five .competition, in freight raies. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block (Special Taber, June to the Herald.) excitement was caused in town this moraine' ab- To rest the musicians a few out church time bv the ringins of the imPromPtu numbers were graciously fire bell. It turned out that" an old irendered by Miss Xielsen- A- B- Cure uniforms of This corner of Alberta payS a j tribute to the "rail roads than any part thp officers and men made a verv _, of the province. Competition is what strikins: appearance m connection. _ -we want, and the Great Western peo- tae evening costumes of. tbe pie can give IL de- stable near the water tower was on and Mrs- F' Brovni- Ttle named fire, and bv the time the hose wasons ;recited effectively a southern Nusdc-" Nelson, June publicity committee of the Board of Trade this evening unanimously appointed a pub- licity commissioner in the person of 1 H. Currie.' Mr. Currie is a news- paper, man of wide experience and is admirably adapted for the lie was formerly on the staffs of tbe AVinnipeg Telegram, Winnipeg Trib- une, Lethbridge News, Brandon Times and is now with the Nelson News. Mr, Carrie comes from Nova Scotia, is thirty years 'of age an'd has been In the West nine years. The appoint- ment is a new one and the city in- tends, to make us attractions widely "Verily it is a consummation y to be. wished." At vl.30 stores closed and people flocked to the Square to arrived on the scene, there was not itale' Nusuc-' showing how the 'gee lhe much to be saved. On the other hand e of Lhe llttie Dlack jockey Cardston. onlv to spend their time in there was never much to -be saved, jms masters favonte mare, ;valn_ from gugaj: cilv the building being of slabs and very great race and saved the fam- 'came straggiin. in ;and were not all old, for Taber. This was the first from the threatened ruin. The so- here ,JQtiI six The game run for the new fire team, and was, ot >Ir- Gure and Mrs- Brown wer6 jWas not played and'the visitors return' unfortunately, not without accident. mucl1 appreciated. >ed_ rne seems to have ai-is- George Curriee, the driver, had a good j Refreshments were served gratis by 'en though the Raymond boys failing deal more assistance in hitching up ;-MisSes' Ida Archibald, Rhoda Hin- 'to gec a ride on freight, as they than was necessary, and the team got iman aad Louie Lee- the committee in jjad anticipated. Autos were obtain- rattled at the number of people who for the young ladies, a service, ecjt .DUI not jn time to make good, position. jwere around_ The team was. hacked j most acceptable to those who were! Glen wood was defeated by Beazer up to the hose wagon, and the driver i repeatedly and others. also. to publish the advan- tages o1: the district for frait 21 jnining, lumberisg, tourists. Jon the home ground of the, first nan> mounted the seat while others were! Tlie ?rand march vras directed by'ed a week ago, by. .the score, of hitching the team, which got scared. while Capt. and Mrs. !Beazer plays Mountain View today in and started off before the traces were led the tBiny-two couples the local league of baseball, hooked upr polling the driver off. Ke tne Carious changes. Pew indeed! By private, advice to Mrs. H. B. fell across the pole, dislocating- his the spectacle. Brown, it is learned that her mother, bow, and suffering some bad bruises, j Tnus tiie were made to feel the .Mrs. Zenia Y. Card, who was expect- He was obliged to see the doctor, Irilfi encouragement and -the ed to arrive in Cardston this week, ana jrnnnill while Rod Witbeck drove tire team to !v' existent in the hearts of their fire. The wagon has a loose pole, 'friends. Success to "C" Squadron of rchippletrees being attached to the -3nJ Alberta Rangers and may has been under the painful necessity of having a second operation for ap- pendicitis, and will not be out SOUTH COUNTRY Philadelphia, -June per- sons were killed, several seriously in- jured, wires prostrated, trees up- rooieri and buildings damaged by an cleclric storm which visited this city and vicinity At Allentown the cyclonic wind prostrated live wires which felf a frame house as pathfinder. The trip should be a! "vvitlh corrugated iron lining. As Dav- one to the participants as !ld Cackenbach. 30 years, and J. the route is through one'of the rich-! 2-1 .vears- were' leav-] as large a crowd took in the Board of Trade's "Get Acquainted" trip today as went out on the prev- ious excursion, but this fact is prob- ably accounted for by the warm wea- ther. However, about a dozen auto- mobiles lined up for the start at nine o'clock with 0. T. Lathrop in the lead LIGHTNING KILLS THREE PEOPLE taeir record improve with each .psss-jL. D. S. hospital for some weeks yet. TEXAS CATTLE IN WALDECK NESBITT MAY COME BACK TO CANADA Wednesday-Thursday's Bargains Mean much to the woman in search of meritable merchandise. Here's a list of seasonable of ferings vvvorthy your most careful investigation. AJJ the Finest Scotch Ginghams and Cool Dress Muslins Selling: at 15c Choice ol' worth up to 25c, for the Two Days Only. .lust the proper weights in the best wearing- and washing mater- ials one could wish for; suitable for.street or house dresses and children's wear. Without a doiioi one of the best bargains you are likely to run across in many months and it will be wise economy to buy all you need at such savings 15c A of llaiulsonie Suiisliaclcs at Values worth np to for Wednesday Thursday Only Exactly the thing you are forced to buy for these hot summer days and fortunate indeed is the woman who has not already supplied her wants for savings on the lot run close to tbe dollar mark in most cases and every one is new and as pretty as can ue. All made with extra strong brass frames, natural wood or handsome- ly engraved handles in many new shapes: tops of handsome materials in pretty stripes, spots or floral and dresden effects. A beautiful 'collection, worth .up to Extra special. ISc A Hosiery Sale of UmisuaMm- p or lance 25e Values up to 45c. for Wed- nesday and Thursday Only at once imiiress you in looking over this splendid collection is the great variety of choice, the splendid choice of colors and" the exceptional values. Included are children's and misses' fancy sox. silk embroidered or witK plaid tops and lace ankles, shown in every wanted color: boys and girls fine and heavy ribbed school hose in blacks and tans and ladies' fine cotton hose in guaranteed colors, blacks and every novelty sfiade. some shown with natural wool sole. Un- matchable values. 25c A Two-Day Dress Sale Offering Wonderful- Values Dresses easily worth S4.50 It was by a streak of luck that we managed to secure this splendid lor. of dresses at a price fully one- third less than their actual worth and certainly the best of good fortune for you, for we're giving you the benefit of the savings gained. The showing includes pretty mulls in white, sky and pink; misses' sires; beautifully trimmed with laces, insertions ano tucking; and a big range of striped galateas, plain chambrays, Indian Heads, Muslins, etc, DISTRICT NEWS SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS ERICKSONHAS BEENACQUIHED Sweet Grass, June school board of trustees of Sweet Grass dis- trict No. 17 have been working dili- gently on the question of school bond lately, also iu getting suitable teach- ers and placing them. John Erickson. who had his hearing here last winter on the charge of ihe murder of Chris Mack and was bound !ville' visiLed al over to the action of the district jGourlie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. court, was tried" and acquitted by that Dun. Crops in this locality are looking excellent and prospects are good for ig crop. jday very much. "We hope we can I be able to have some picnics like this jone. I T. Lockyer is spending a week at Carmangay. Harry Reynolds passed through Sun Sundial, June B. G. Dunn !dial en route for .Bowville on Thurs- and mother, Mrs. Custard, and sister, ,da-v- Miss C. Custard, called on Engen's on j ilrs- Douglas and mother called ac Tuesday. [Frank Griffiths on .Wednesday. G. 0. Vennesland and sister. Walter left for Raymond na, of were Sundial visitors week- where he wil1 Iook after this week fathers farm-' Huston Roberts is busy these days Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gourlie, of Bow- ,JreaWng- his homestead .with his gas- t the home of Mrs. ouf_m LETHBRIDGE BEATS CALGARY Sanders. Miss Anna Anderson and brother, Thed, drove to Bowviile on Saturday, returning on Sunday. C. K. Engen and Miss M. made a business trip to on Friday. The Bar TjT round up Engen SERIOUS STRIKE IN A QUEBEC CONCERN Montreal, June 800 and 300 men employed at the Doirun- Lone Star {ion plant of the Canadian Car and (Foundry Co. at Turcot, quit work yes- wagon, with jterday because they were refused a Jn connection with the awarding of several cowboys.; has been working !general increase all around of irom a contract for a coal conveyer for the'in the during the past to four cents Trie power house at Calgary, the Aibertan 'week. strikers marched in a -body to the says: "Calgary will have the. only ap-j James Brown is looking for a cook Canada plant of the company at-Cote pamus ot" its kind in Alberta." J. D. Evans' camp. ;Sre. Paul, where about jTOO ,men ?'e employed and appealed to "iinm Join .in the fight.. The agricultural districts in Alberta, and the crops along the line are to be wonderful. The merchants itfill be able to see the magnificent of winter -wheat which will fur- nish the money to fill their coffers this fall -when the crop is harvested. The party is expected to return at 7 this evening. ins tlie building thry touched the me-! _ tal arid were, instantly killed. John! Waencr. iicced to years, was killed tryin; i.o rescue the men. Miss Carrie Alexander was shocked. North Portal. Sask., June Toronto, June J. Cunningham in a note to the Her-' Mrs... G. is on the sick inp the past twenty-four hours surrendered himself lo face the ,aJd of cattle entered Canada i charge of conspiracy in connection! misht not be amiss to mention J Soren Knudson, Jr., made a trip to! thought it -best to dismiss the nun ihroi-h this port. comprising two with the obtaining of the- Farmers' >at Letubridge city power plant has; the coal mine last week. (and close down the plant or th3 riiere are two4Bank charier, was released on bail of a complete coal and ash handling j Delos Flanagan is working for .I. of the'day. last plant of the very latest and best de-jB.: Eyans. jsign, manufactured by Babcock arid! Huston Roberts and G. W. Folkland Pr- John Xonlc T- H... Parker j in operation for over a vear. are breaking for Mr. Thorburn with, te i ompany, _and tvil, be placed on j furnisheil -each, and apparatus .has -been installed their, gasoline, outfit. ranches 01 ,nis company m j jndsav gave hTs personal, bond for ror nearly a year -in Edmonton, .but; Soren Knudson went to Sweet Vai- He will appear in court next tnat is scarcelv (he point. where .he will do some breaking bridge is ahead of Calgary in its for his brother Thomas, power plant installation." J- .M. Williams purchased a De La- va.] cream seperator. entered i j trains of cars each. year-oid steers shipped from Texas, by the Matador Land and Cai, Two and a Half on Operating Table cattle. A record wa stock at the boundary, the i rains being held only fifteen i, ihe cattle having been inspected at Harvey, X. D., by the Government' veterinary inspector of Regina. Inspector Duncan states that Lind- say's action "in returning makes it noi improbable that Dr. Bcattic Xcs- bitt will aiso-return and-face trial. No reporters -.viil be allowed at Ihe hanging of Edward .lardine at God- erich on Fririav. Dr. Nesbitt is said: from Toronto. Raymond Foster visited with Ar- ENGLISH PAPERS SAY !tlmr Tveten from Saturday until LAURIER IS CONDEMNED idav to be not far There will be a big dance at Will London, June Globe says: !commons 'on June' IS. Good music, "We are not surprised at the emphat- amj are requested to bring cake As a result of-certain facts'submit- ic manner in which the Canadian 'or sandwiches. A good time is guar- I ted the Attorney-General's Depart press has repudiated Lauriery action [anteed to all. Everybody cordially in- Wilham Byrd, oi Spokane, charged ;COMPLIMENT TO CHIEF JUSTICE with three nmrdors, captured to-j XVilshinglon, i2._The United m thpfootnllls near Mica Peak. after a man hunt lasting more thanjto sir Qharles Firapatrick, chief jus-! m proceed- regarding treaty making and war. It In PILLS PASSED IT NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES i. j document for circulation in this coun- 'try. The step was taken on motion of Senator John Sharp Williams of Viississippi. who ssid that this speech delivered at the fifth annual dinner of jtnp American Society of j ULW, on April 25. was an excellent re- jsume of what had been accomplished ja: The Hague. "I would like it print- led, so that the general cause.of peace Jand arbitration may be lie A Delioiouf Seasoning three days. jtire of Canada bv i !ng'S' may bc takTn seems to us at the time that tbe clev- i Mr.-.-and jMrs. L. K. Jones called on j No air ships will he allowed to Speech'in on ar-! on hchalf ihe ffahon Bounty .share er-politician who has retained office on Sunday. Jin England flurins; (.'ornnation week, ibitration to rte printed as a public lloldcrs of lhc Farmers' Bank.- over fourteen years, had miscalculat-1 Messrs.. Griff en. McLeod and Find- ed the popularity of these doctrines, j land left for. Turin on Monday, whera las indeed, it seems, he overrated the i they expect to do some .breaking, 'popularity of reciprocity. The Can- j Connor'made a business trip IQ 'adian press has been quick to see JTaber last week. thai doctrines would make i Mrs. Byson Burnham called on Mrs. the Dominion no than a., fair iCaiculi. on Tuesday, weather member of t.h0 Empire. Per- j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffith return- haps it would be kindest, to say these ed borne on-Saturday, after putting doctrines are meant for consumption in some .crop'in the Lone Star die- in Quebec, where the naval question trict. proved an extremely useful stick for j B. G. Custard and Grand jBourassa, to bear the premier with. It !pa Custard spent Monday and Tues- jis quite evident that the near ap-'day in Yetwood district, renewing old iproach of a general election ia having acquaintances at Grays, Blys. and Hal- considerable effect, on Lanrier's jtics. speeches here. Prospects are not The rally day and fete wa.s a great, .very rosy for him.' liuccese, tnd everybody enjoyed the' HOLBROOKS The creacer portion of ihe town of V'hitrright. Texas, was destroyed by .'ire. SAUCE JOI.TETTE, P. Q. "Dnrinjf August last, T Trent to Mon- treal to consult a specialist as I had been tuffering terribly with Stoae in the Bladder- He decided to .operate but the stone was too large to remove and top hard to cnish. 1 returned home and was recommended by a friend to try GIX PILLS. They relieved the pain. I took boxes and went back to the specialist. He said the WAS smaller 'but he. could not remove it although he tried for two houra and a half. I returned home andcontinued lo take GIN PILLS. and to mj great surprise tad joy, I passed the stone. GIN PILLS are the best medicine ii the world and because they did me so much good, I will recommend Utco all the rent of my 46 J. AT.IERT LIWHIID. 6 all dealers, money back if they fail to give relief. Sawple box free. National Drug and Chemical Co., Dept A. D.. Toronto. The original Oln Ptlls made by National Druf and Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto, are void wily ;