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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY HERALD imS WSKT MOTHERUSES Children speak in ,the "Mother Tongue" when they say Soap." beard Mother. seen her use worn the cloth'ea f.' with know it to be plirest 'It -is '.only left for 'us cireful'- we are1 in ensure" that Sunlight Soap shall be worthy of The confidence placed in it. 5c.- a bar at your Grocers. BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. MILADI Vlr-st I'eep a week away and nights? Eijht score, eijat hours and. lovers' absent hours, More tfdio'is than the dial eight scoic times t O weary reckoning 1 --Shakespeare. ss McMillan, sister ot Neil McMilb.n, ot Warner, is in the t Mr. and Mrs S. A. liuchanon, o( Grassy I.aU, ti-ers visitors la the city and today. Mr. and Mrs Trenholme Dlcfcson, of Macleod, came in with Mao- leod "rooters" !cr baseball match. Mrs. C. Ives is entertaining next tUdntsday in honor ot her sis- Ur. t-. Mr. K. C, NVedd, manager ol the Imperial bank at Invermere; B. C., formerly ol the Letflsridge branch, is in the city on furlough. From here he will 'o Winnipeg, his rnar- iage will take place to Miss Dora Rogers, ol this cih. The ceremony Till lake place on the 25th inst., "at he home ol tl.e Hon. Hobtrt Ho'g- Une-le'ot the bride-to-he-. Mr. J. n. IiC-thbridge received a nessage today from his son Uoss, vho is attending the Royal Military ?plleje at Kingston, stating that he had s'uccesslully passed his first ear's examination. Mr. and Mrs. C. B: Dietrich, Us- ;owel, Ont announce the- engagement ol their second daughter, Hilma L., a Mr. Alfred W. Kress, Lethbridgc, Vita., second son of Mr. and Mrs "red Kress, Berlin, pat. Thp'marri age will take platp .quiotly on June and Empire. 'jlr.j Virtue 'aid family motored to" Macleod this after noon to" spend Sunday with Mr. .Vtr tuo's brother. _ _'; .social-_at the home of act last night''under'1 the aispJceVijtithi C.' B. Sodety.'of th Christian church was a' jolly SUCCESS There .woVa. good crowd and delight 'ii! everyjaa joining in the. efforts to contribute I the, Tfaeic was 'an impromptu program of games 'End appetisin refreshments followed. Everrorie leti it a splendid evening's lun an praising Mr. and Mrs. Farrow fo their whole-hearted hospitality. WAS ANALYSIS MADE CORRECTLY MRS.PANKHURST IN PRISON AGAIN -TVblle IMklnj of_tho fc-jylng a fan for tile at'tis last nifcuk, Informed ttkkt.lio tiad re- roauU'ol'sufanalytical, of the cpal1'.froia j.lbe 1cltV dpal 'and. oln the slack coal of No. C mine ol the Gall CoiUerlcs, Tho former sflOTvs 3000 B.T. uhili 3000 for'tho Gatt clacfc, vnayor hardly thought tho co-jld ue right, but If tt were It showed BOICething wrong. The rower plant Is paying at the rate of per ton for raunlcipzl coal DOW, Tfhen slack from No, 6 could bo pur- chased on a spur track for T5 cents ton, and the analyela fih cd the slack to be nearly as good- He taltl there iraa plenty of slack at Nd' C ehalt, Herald gathered In- formation 'this morning that there ia littlo or rio 6 which U not use! "In tlip inine'e holler The city -would he unable to get tho 40 or 60 of .slack required daily. The report'of R, A. Roofl, the expert, IE also- egiJriaf hSInf slack In tha power house. J-- Juno 14. Mrs. Emmeline was arrefited again- today and takeu to Hallo way jail. bad been Released on llcensa on May 30 owlnt to .111 health brought atoue hy a "hunger sti while she waa serv- ing her year sentence penal servitude. .Mrs. Fanknursl WEB leav- ing the" house where the had been. slaying since her release when two policemen arrested her-t-' vrza dressM in dcap mourning sjod..iraa on the way to attend Miss Sheep G. T. XVIlllrijmyre, tiift.Boriirnijvent wo61 eipcrt, returned from and wheYe-'he has been In conference with men of that dlatric-L they are greatly Impressed -Vlth his Plan ot rnarxetlns iw outllhed !n the Herald sorno Rgo and definite- action ia looted for within a week, regarding tho disposal of this year's crop, PREMATURE EXPLOSION OF OY NAM1TE AT VERNON PROV- ED MOST DISASTROUS. B. 13. Thn men killed and- five some very prematur explosion in a rock-cut .near mate Wednesday alternoon at fiv o'clock.. Those-.killed were, Pietr Oulseppc, CaUilio -Allursio and h brother, Bominico. Thej were burie yesterday, afternoon- after an' inques tad beta'held by.Br.-K. B. The.Injured men are in Naratrml hospital. So severe was the sloa that two of tbe bodies were nc recognizable and thrown' thousand feel. It is said that ther arc a number of ti dynamite used was old and that t: r.itro glycerine bad separated, which state, of course, It will eve explode in sunlight. Black .powd was the base ol tho charge. .Why accept an Inferior Tea whe you can hive the best b that you get It. Asi for' and accept no other. Ther Imitations that show the Hum one to five cents per pound more pro- fit. 11 PRICE SALE OF MILLINERY GOiiMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 14TH And Continuing All Week Wo sell all Trimmed Hats at exactly HALE PKlOE.v Also nil Untrimmetl Shapes, -Iflowors, Ribbons, Feathers etc.', at 2o% Discount Any Lady wanting (v mid-summer Hat, very large selection of all'kinds, and colors and every at prices mentioned above. HILL'S STOflE MISS CAMERON THIRB AVENGE UPSTAIM CUUKCII SEKVICES ANGLICAN ST. CHURCH irner Second ai.d Kigbth St. v. .Canou rector, U preach at Ihe inc-rnicu tervice. lere'wlll at ntsht. ST. MARY'S CIWRC'll-Ilev. C. ,-Popham, rector. Holy communion try Sunday at 8 a m. Matins 11 m. Sunday school 3pm. Evensong JU p m. Choral Kucharist on the st 'Sunday ol tbe month at ele-ten clock.' ST. Kill be no rvjces at St. CyprUu's In the morn. g. onlng to the absence of tbe Rec- r. In tne'atKrr.oon Sunday Shool nd Bible clashes vlll be held as usual :d at Hev. Canon Murrell- 'rlgbt Vlll ofdcate at Evensong. Tbe >rporata cornmunlon announced tor morning xlLl not take place. BAPTIST FJHST BAPTIST 0. Watson, pastor, v.ill preach at oth services In the Bijou Theatre, la.m. and 7.30pm. All are ome. 1FTH AVEXTJE BAJTIST CHURCH, orner Eth avenue and ISth street ervices, 11 am. and 7.30 pm., at hich the pastor, t'.ev. H. E. Grcea, HI preach. RESSYTERIAN AND METHODIST KNOX CHURCH.-Combined strv- ces of both consregatlcns at 11 a m. ,d 7.30 p.m. Rev. T. I'. Perry vrill reach. METHODIST WESTMINSTER OHUHCI1 Sun- school at 3 Dr. J. H, Rivera 111 speak at the evening service. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF VTTE11 DAY 0. E Hall. 10th SU S., near Y. M. C. A -45 a.m. Officers and teachers meet Off; 10 a. ffl., Sunday School; 2 p m acrament meeting. Visitors alwaya welcome? Bishop B S Young, 1211 !rd ave. S. 'Phone 663. 'CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Hojal Bint block. Ser are. Wednesday ov inlng 'testimony raEetlng. "E.OO p.m 'he reading room is open to every one day from three lo five p-ra Ev'erj'onB is cordially invited to at end. BI'BLE STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL. BIBLE. STUD ENTS' A83OCIAT10X-At 625 12th st. S. HeeU every Sunday s.t 3 p.m rlendl latcrested are. Invited. ARMY' Servfcea ara held at the Citadel Fifth street, as aunday, 1 a.m., Holiness meeting: 3 p.m, praise meeting, and meeting We'eft 5 pjn., publt meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday S p.m., Soldiers'- Thursday t p.m., :Cltade Qaod la-attendance; S p.m free and, easy meeting. .-.Everybody welcome. PRESBYTERIAN" ST-.ANDREWS'j', CHURCH-Rev A. C. Brj'ars, minister, will preach a both services. DISCIPLES W CHR13T, DISCIPLES OF th Caledonian Hall. -Rev. J. B. pastor. Sunday school, 10.30 a m followed by preaching service- Chrii tlan Endeavor at 7 p.m. All are wel come. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. FATIUC.K'S CHURCH-Rer. H. Hose'nlhal, pastor, Jlev. p. Mlnlw aen, SInssS'a.rn. Children mass a.m. High' Mass 11 a.m. o-jniiay school 3 "pur. Evening.servic 7.30 p.m Sermon a; each servlce- LUTHERAN Paul's Sunda school he held at 2.30 on Sunda allernoon, and the. adult catechism at 3 P.m. On account of the. a sence of Rev. Mr. .Grant at Taiie there will'bo regular church se Uce. CHRISTADELPHIANS 121 street A North (between 6th and 7t Breaking of bread, 4pm -I'O.p.m. A.lectu Sidney -1-, Bat -about' th PIlESByTfRIAN' Service 7.30. Rft ifus'lc.Japeclal vocal.solo, AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS To Go On Sale To-night at 7.30 Men's Stylish and High Grade Straw Hats, worth up to for 75c Just 50 only, high grade nnd stylish Straw Hals to be disposed of toniylit at this small figure. There arc fine braided straws, chip straws and Panama weave rice straws, in Trooper, Telescope und Panama shapes, in soft and pliable siraws willi rolling rims; also (he straight and stiff rim Boat- er shapes. There ave different height crowns and different widths of rim, so that nil men may select with ease the styls especially adapted to their own particular require- mcnts. Reg. values up to ?2.50. TONIGHT at Kiddies Straw Hats Children's Straw Sallora nilh wide roll rims, and ribbon streamers and blue duct tarns, up to regular 60 cent 4 CM 'values. Tonight........ Ladies' Print Aprons Large work aprons, made with bib and straps over fast color and neatly patterned English Prints, to to on sale Tonight at.....v_.. Ladies'Washable Underskirts Neat, durable and Etyltaa Wash UndersMrts, made In lum width, from fast colcr In- dian Held fo cadet or cham- pagne, trimmed with wide row of Insertion. Tonlaht Boot and Shoe Department Specials GIRLS'OXFORDS Bluchor cut, vlci kid, pat- ent tlpa, sewn soles, sizes S to to J2.25 values for...... I .tw STRAP SLIPPERS In black gun metal calf and Vfci Kid. Girls' sizes. S, 0, and 10. Regular 11.75 Tonight for .WOMEN'S OXFORDS Patent'and Gun Metal Calf in vicl llucler'cut arid toe tip. These are assorted incites and come' in sizes tip fo values. Tonight, at per f QO pair 91 >9v Ladies' H-s Hand- kerchiefs, 25c doz. 100 Dozen Ladies' White Irish. La, Handkerchiefs, 12 ir.ohes square, with new open Btttoh, 1-4 hem. Aa tlonally fine soft finish. Tonight, 12 for.......... 25c Silk Lisle Hose 10 dozen Ladles' Silk IJile HOM tlaelc or tan, plain or IDC to J1.2B. While they last Tonight Ladies' Lisle Vests I >V A limited quanttlr only flne Swiss Lisle' trimmed with crochet lace at front and. over shoulder hand. "A-snap" regular at 50c.. Tonlaht for ....'...r.-.'. Grocery Department Bargains NEW LAID EGGS Mlxed FANCY CHOC- per dozen........... OLATES ner Ib FRESH RIPE STRAWBERRIES ULftl" P" Per quart MIXED NUTS Basket perlb................ Lemon Reamers could be more opportune Uiau tins offer of regular standard size glass Lemon ttcamers of an .extra. Bmootli and superior finiso, inat afe usually "sold Tonight for only ...vC Suit Case'Special 18c Matting Covered Suit Ctaes, made up on Iron frauie, arc 'linen lined and haie strong brass lock rind fasteners. 24'Inch. size. IH Oft Tonight only 9 I .Oil The Hudson's Bay Stores I'.'I-tJihjVit a vetj.'good thing that they-, ''re. planning to' let us tarraets have '.the use of some, ot this "Icdian land for' Jit., writes, "for lots' pisfurc, and yet have; 'straw and '''other rough'teed-Tor the printer-stoc'iC feed. All ot ut.can winter mjite. cattle than Jucjlibrri a "chance to'worii" hope this will go through and I hope tjitre'-wlu tanrfera enough willing to whole ol it. I am. sure 'thej: learn'about it. There, ire a good many 'who have as yet', and 1 ham talked ifith se'reral of irif neighbors ivho.have 'iot it'hecatfse ousily. cngagtd in seeding that 'thByViiaTs not looked at Sir'. Minister of the Interior, 1'ufge you not to give it up if there enough applications _ at first, to take the vthole ol tt, and j 1 lor one will be willing to ride around amongst my, neighbors and tell them'about it, so it will be sure to throupG. "This, 'outfit that has hcpn having a-lease, lets' its cattle get hungry in the time and they go all over the- country anil ,eat up the people's straw, and they, don't get half Paid for 1'think we should these leases run tot .10.'years, and 1 would sign fo.f-20, y.eais if I could get a chance.abd it the depart-j j Another Spring' Coutcs roan who! tfjct, wrote: "I i rh? AS.sociajfe Hoards ol by trying to he thrown opttt to larmers fox grazing under Jeas- help a lol it us to get in- to rhiied ii the most'p! jis are shott' of 'fiummcr feed and pas- ture, and it would do a lot more good to let it to farmers than to just a" lew 'inch "or1 a company. 1 think the. missts'and rot the classes should be looked.alter. I thinV the should be liraitfd and not let one rnan or a few men gobble It all ,up fo'r tt is wrong for one set ol men or a company to have the use ot OtM is not giving the whole ot the people a At the applications lor leases are Ming received there is lit- tle doubt but tthat thtrs will be rc- double and perhaps treble that is arable or. subject to crMmg, and Sccrctiry Finley has appraised the minister of the interior that he is confident he will have an "over-subscription" as proot {Lattta farmers are irfurgent need o I pasture for.the'1 maintenance ot the live stodf they "now possess, 'aad that not only those DOW engaged in raised forming but many who are contemplating engaging in it are pre- paring themselves to stock their farms in'anticipation that the. gov- ernment will throw, the reserve open to grazing to the- farmers within a very few weeks. One large rancher living near Wool- ford was in Lethbridgo yesterday en route to the Stales, and he said he said he was going to buy 600 head ot cattle, and 200 head of horses, rep- resenting an investment ol around and he looked forward hope- fully to tho time when the govern- ment Will throw open tho leases not only on the Blood Reserve, but those enjoyed, by other large cattle and. stock..Interests to the small farmers, and the men who while running stock in this country live their money here, pay taxes and are good citizens rather than to a lot ot alien, interests whose only excuse for local- izing themselves is the taking Into their company some few men and employing a few others who reside in Alberta. Tl.e big interests, it la as- serted, bring most 'of their stock from the States, fatten them at the expense of the people ol Canada and at a price so cheap for grazing as to he actually ridiculous, and then ship them back to the States to be mar- keted, and divide up the largest por- tion of the money among themselves in the States. The ot the farmers is beginning to be crystallzcd that it should he Alberta lor Alber- and thli'sentlmept will keep on growing i! the voice bt the farmer is not heeded. initeij of burning it bettet-'to" "people jniftvo or I, own broVe. I Vivo'atout'60 and tai am nyly'isfcotif 6f It I hat" tbe could fit taire ciitii'. wo bw; .it Utw .U, Ue m. wwrrt', and 1 ffidiSilverwjire 1 -''rictl hi quilt] sffinU trace my'lMMDe. Ckmt Henry Holmes, ths chtmplon erower ot ths vorld, la tnm. farm at Raymond this aonlai. Interviewed by the Herald ia near! :o crop conditions, Mr, HolxoW ed very hopeful, altliougt mat iiot bactivurd In statlnt that Us ilstrict was badly la need of rain. ho wheat planU are fine, and a> ireen is cress cow, and ehowa rapid growth tn ptat veek. is plenty of moisture In ti> arooad, but U Is.almost oat nice ot KQmewh'at short and tender roots, and 3Ir. Holmes does not a. tioojnt of what might tf supply of moisture is not wltiila a few 'days. The of tin crops In general U than at tth time last year by a abft' nothing has begun Last Jld sot touch Raymond district, and' a tvo-ioca layer ot hard crust Is the result' But "bope" tbe at Mr. Holmes' short .tali, and he thra'ka every thins will ouj all GRASSY LAKE IS AFTER GOOD- STOCK Neil Stalher, hustler, was in town1 Is, very optimlBtlc regudin; th'o' j ctiff. outlook In his district. No crops tuaerlng! he says, bul'i r'klri', would be welcomeil. The tomtit distilot forrped agricultural so'.tWf will be In i poiltlcn to avail thttn selves' ot the governraeat's offer 'ot pure- bred stock, which is to be'dtslributed on- ly. through farmers' societies A Woman's Sympathy Are yon dfacoongcdT Is your doctor's bill s heary An? ancial load? is your pain n heavy.physical harden? I know mein to deliaiia hare been discourag- ed, too but I learned' how to cure myself. I'want ta relieve yoir bnrdens. Why not end pain and stop the doctor's bill? I can do this for you and i( yon'.Trill awirt me. .-All you ntec! to do It to vrritt far i 'ox of remedy .which Mtn I" my to tfili will' fiM' ttone tlhfn. If. M, I "Mil M: h.p.y ttt W for U. of l.rttrl to- day for my treatment. E.ClfftftAH, WINOMR, Out.' ;