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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June THE MgTHBlUnOE DAILY IIEUALD Page 1 board. The hoard thought that ..w.n a very short, time the increase in attendance would etemsnd an ofllc- er who co'jld devote bis whole time to the work of Ihe city and separate The meeting adjourned at late hour, routine business of an unim- portant nature taking up considerable (time. -Those-present Chairman Wallace, Secretary and Messrs. McKillop, Thompson, Dooley Bailey, Hamilton and Jennings. START REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Saskatoon. C. P. R. announced'todaj .-that owing to the hot weather which has "been exper- ienced in the last few clays they will institute their refrigerator car service starling at once. Home. June 1 want to 60 to America." was the ImpulsUe dec- laration of Pope Pius after he bad spent two holm, in the Vatican watching moling pictures of. New York and the traffic in the harbor. An American moving picture com- pany set the machine, in the Vatican [or the. rope's b'e'nefH. I to the work of the city and separae Stamford. Conn., June schools, and lhat had ns arc dead and many some bt'cn iolrig considerably more work as the result of a rear-end [n 0; schools lately, it was collision on the Maine line of the than just that the board pay Y., N. H. H. Railroad, opposite the larger share of bis salary. The in First Principles I A kitchen range was originally thousfht of for cooking purposes. The fuel was placed in. the "fire pot and lighted. Drafts were turned on 'and the fire burned -up. Drafts were checked ais soon .asthefirewaswellunderway. From'the time the first kitchen range was made until the Curney Economizer was'invented t tremendous amount of heat was wasted, tnd wasted. This heat should be retained in the stove for the purpose for which it was created cook with. The Gurney range absolutely retains the. heat, with the minimum amount of waste. uhlch was Just leaving the alition. The Dead Mrs. Edsard J. Kelly, .wifo of land agent ot C. P. R., Instantly WlleS. F. K: CaniieW, SiTinitlold; Mass., killed. Dr. Harmon G. Howe, Hartford, Conn', instantly killed. Everett H. Woodruff, flushing, Island, N.Y., inslau'tly killed. Aii unidentified The Injured F.'J. Jennings, New York, rjicera tions ahout the head, probably fatal. Patterson, Hedbank, J., cut aboat Ihe head and body, criticalls injured. The Economizer enables you to produce in, a few minutes an extreme or moderate heat in; the oven whenever and as often as you desire it, What this means every woman knows. You are not fair, to yourself or your purse if you do not investigate the Economizer in buying a new range. At the same time you will appreciate the excep- tional value of the other exclusive features of the Divided Flue, the Special Grate and. the Broiler attachment. 'The Gurney-Oxford is well able to speakifor. itself. C. W. GRAY George Walton, N'ea- York, connect cd with the C. P. H, arm brolieri end badly cut about tho head and arms. Allen Wavfleld, Washington, D. C leg broken and Injured In groin. B W. Benson, N.Y., injured in back, condition'serious. P. S. Gorrlly, Hachensack, X; J adly cut about head, back and legs ay die. J.1 .J. .Martin, New York, head -an aco badly cut. .Mrs. 'Rriberla'MavorFcui, Yor adly Injured, nose lorn off and fac adly lacerated. The engine "of the second section longhed through pullman' car- "Sky- 6-rk." lit this car there were'il engcrp, and ''practically nil of these B-ere Injured more'or According lo. -Rtalement given cut by tho railroad, the Indies- Ions are that the engineer of the second train ran by both the distance ind home signals. n to the fact that dlttertn clas'aes would be closed 'oil diftercn dates, the salaries' were voted to b paid when the respective clashes eno ed icr tho so that the teacher who-wished could'get away as soo E Ibcy hud flnlsbpd. Central Repairs The estimates submitted by G. Jc Ings superintendent of bulldln dialled about but they wer Heed considerably, tho Hardievill Wcslmlnstcr and High schoolB co- ns! in for Ihe favors. The repairs consist mostly cf pamt- ng and Improvements in the heating r.cu pliimbins systems. The n'.ould- for the new pictures were esti- mated at IJSC. Tbe High, school is o" receive worth of improve- 11 ments, which the boird believe sst (CT a year or when a new jnlldliiB wi" be needed. The sedi- ment In the school water hns iieiiv cauiing conelderible trouble, and GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Demonstrating to men just how cheap they can buy goods during a Sale. We need the room and the money and are Selling at Cost to do it quick Sale Now Oil SEE US'.- TOMORROW MEN'S SUITS Grey worth Xow fjjuii Scrfj'c, worth -S25; .Hlntk Serge, w.vlli 625 Serge, worth -SL6.50; Now Crown Tweed, worth Now HAVE REAL FIOHT ON Ittflnn, .tune union brlck- lajers on the li. litcky contracts in! the city went oil ilrlke tblj morning. TMs action hns been by-rea- son of the employment of unskilled labor In Using' 0" -irio naK cli story Ca'nada 1-lfc building. Every employm'enl agenes In the city interview-id by tho builders excjiange this morning with a ylevr lo securing bricklayers. The eschango Is deter- mined lo have work proceed" op will engage (ion- men to do the tile.work despite cflorta of union .jnen to tho contrary. JUDGE LET MB. BARSKV KNOW THAT HE WAS GETTING OFF EASILY KernlB. .lime E. Barsky, the cheque monlpulafqr, who raised a cheque signed tiy'Ald. T.- Vphlll, secretary of the Miners' Union here, sentenced lo tno years' Imprison- ment by Ills Honor Judcc Thompson this afternoon. -In passing sentence tho judge slated .that B.irsliy desoned i much longer term and lie informed .he- prisoner that ho was gelling off cutlly.' A number of linemen In the cmploj of tho Canadian Fadfic .TelcjrAph Co. have been In town arranging 'he wiring In connection with tho trans fer of the company's local office from the present quarters opposite th Bank the Mlnton store I the Miners' block on Victoria avonue The take possession o the new offices about the middle o 'next month. Hejr. -So'.OO Imiwn siioes, lleg. 65.00 Shoes, for llcg. Also ii'big stock of Suits worth from 510.50 to 615.00 tor S7.95 58.50 Come and See Them SHOES You no doubt- know lhat, we, handle one. of tin1 licsl stocks of shoes in the city and are lo tlieni'iU less Lliau wholesale prices. 65' RcS- Shoes, for S2.75 Shoes, for A B1G LOT OF SKOF" from to.15.00, to dear HATS Tocltir; all colon ir S1.25 Workmen's Lt'iith- er Gloves 35c OAPS 50c Excelda chiefs, each ALSO A BIG LOT OF SHOES Worth QC President WorUmcu's .S.tx To Clear 35c Shirts, wwlli up to 63c THE LETHBRiDGE CLOTHING 403 5th St. S. I Sam Hell ;