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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LKTIIBRIDKK DAILY HERALD Saturday, June To Our Friends and Patrons We wish to announce we will NQT be in a position .to re- tail on June but will Commence July 16th annoiuu'emcnt will bo published shortly. Bros. AUCTION SALE -----OF----- Household Furniture Tuesday, June 17th Comn-.enclna at 2 p.m, sharp, at 1S03 3rd Avenue NartK by W. L. Wilson, -Auctfaneer' Instructed bv R. ESQ, T will sell Ihe following without m f 1 3-Piece icahogany parlor suite Kitchen Chairs 1 Mahogauy centre table Tlocfcers 1 hot walcr fr0rit Square and warming C J Buffet with leaded glass front 1 Pedestal Ext. Table Heater Mr. Ives Digs up Few Millions lo Add to the Borrowing Power Assessed value of all assessable property in UJK Irstead of In for- mer property exempted from taxation included. The city cai borrow en the larger aivount. Therefore It has plenty of on v.h'cri issue the bonis. Bjt having il Teg ally Opinion of W. C. Ives. "There are siraagc tblugs dene, ID Ibe sua By ihe men who melt for gold.1 U Cuv Solicitor Bill, while aiolUtf roucd 'ockmg for a nay oJt ot tLe city's SuaocTal dliScultlea tsd luoittd tc a diiTtreal direction he raisin discovered an easier o'Jt of tte difficulty than ihe he Jf instead of er.dciitfnnf to a way to ndiuo tae dij's de- benture indebtedness he iiad lhat item as It stocd and looted for a---- to raise ths borrowing he 'The "amount 'of the debenture debt c( tbe chy at. any stull act exceed per centum of the assessed value of ill In the city to tbg lait mlced assessment roll." ifcls construction WAS on the above clause >citerdaj after- neon, ths major heaved a slsh of re- lief. and had the cliy auditors pro- pare a second statement of city fiosu- affairs. The flrst. of which a re- sume was la tfce Herald yester- day, stored that the city had left only before submitting (be fcfUfts laet Thij looked gloomy for the city, The second statement UXe EUU- liie alter i bowers. H was as loi- lows: Toiat ol last reused as- roll. fu- 1 Set Diners 1 Fancy Hugs 2 Brass Bias "Springs and Mattresses Dressers 1 Tapestry Square 1 Baby Carriage Kitchen table 1 Edieoa Piiocograpa Vith 12 Records .A Hall Hack .Mirror t r Quantity of Linoleum Lace Curtains Blinds, Pictures; Kitchen L'teo- sils, etc. Borrow tug Dower, Ufc cent, thereou Gross debenture debt in- cluding issues sanc'.ioo- ed June less sinking fuel and JS'JM-J-l- pto- j'le's share of local 1m- eating tjalauce bor- rowing poner......% oS So if Mr.'Ball bad looked for TERMS CASH to is ihe assessment properly which is exemptsd Erom lion. Mr- Ives claims lhat, though it may be exempt from taxation, never- i iheiess it is assessable and-can be collateral on which the cil> ot P. uiMisage: 'that for 15" purpose's, it may bt put in te same fatSGcry rtons assess- :d taxable' v. Mr. Ives also rrfers to the following iecliou of tbe cily charier has o do with mcoey and borroiv- T rower; ACKLAND ON TARIFFS London, D. foreign socreterr, Epeaiiog (Jardiff DJgbt, Eald that UriEt party's pro- iwsals were calculated to rush the dissatisfaction b> home country aoS'lhe col- eadanger tbe post- (Ion of Greit Briula-imoDs-tbo ca- tionj. Tariff truEH would gro-f and hopdees cocdllloo of tclillc3 would tis engendered. Used in Canada for rrer half a century in CT cry corner wodd where people differ from Corirtipatkm and iU inmMng Dr. Morse's Indian, Root Pills, Itura JBJEIMV n pufanc tllMI KELLY TELLS PATHETIC C. P. R. Official Relates Awful Experience in the Wreck at Stamford __ _ jrro-niDS p without calling to aid the they were really no better off so fer as any of a ouick return from tlie issue was coacerneil.' "Some ol tbe aider- men eipresitfd as 10 the new ruliDs by and tbougbt tbe council delay until further counsel migol The sec- retary xcas inslrucled to have Mr. Ball preps.T6 tlic bylaws on the new basis immediately tbey, could be afternoon. :at "a meeting this Slamtord, Couu., June J. Kellj, C. F. Jt. laod com miss louc-r at Mass., formerly ol Chi- cago, recounted bis esperlencev ia tbe'v.reck la which his vrlfcj, occupy- Ing tbe next seat to him, was almost instantly killed.' He said: "Ooe minute I was Joklns my wife; cext Instant, without tbe test varoing, the crash, My wile kHled add I escaped, but BUI so dazed by it tbat 1 find U liard lo realize bas happened. "My and I occupied seats No3. IT aad at tbo rear ol tbe Pullman car. I remember the, train stopped In Stamford lo change engines. My got up (.o get a drtolt of v-ater, and brought me a glass. Tben I no- ticed thai a you tig fellow seated la No. 'JO was flirting with a pretty girl in Xo. 21. then I turaed to my and quoted a couule of Hues of verse: "'Youthful romance la dead, The flowers are ever blooming.' -We laughed and I in tbe seat for a moment so that my back was turned toward my wife, and just at Ibut insunt I heard tbe most ter- rific grinding crash. Tbe whole roof tbe car seemed to cuiue in on ino and a great weight crushed me down I heard frightful shrieks and screams. "My first thousH.nas for'my I seemed to be leaned' dOTvn, immense but I managed twist around and "called 'Ada, where re and tried to reach my [y band and. face came in contact with tbe boiler of Ihe Iocomotlvc, ch bad ploughed Its way through he car. I was seated by the steam pipps and felt escaptng steam. Next htng J heard people shouting and ome one took hold o( me from be- hind and pulle'd me out into the open "I begged them to get my Tliey told me she was.not In'tue car Bald 1 knew she was and implored hem to look for her. Them I sud- denly caught a glimpse of my wife. IHE CADEI Will be Full Equipment for llie Boys Letkbridge Secretary TJiere A simple food, but a nourishing food. Just the' heart of sweet-corn roiled thiu and toasted. Appetizing, easily good for men, women anil children. Put up in uig 10e always fresh. Look for this signature her body banging half way out of a rnndov, in the wrectago. eafce, got a I Ehouled. People tba lafl- der and we UfCed-her dow-n., we took her out oC-the "window her pulse beating. We cairled'iher to a IKtlo Bbanty-aod. It seemed aa age before a doctor found. Just then the doctor came. I felt my again and It had stopped. Her oyea were open and I Implored her to speak to me, but she was dead." TO HONOR BISHOP ROPER London, Juno University of Oxford 'will confer tbe degree of Doctor of Divinity on 'Bishop Roper of British-Columbia. SMART SOCIETY WEDDING London, Juoe of smart- est society tho was ieJcbratei Eton are.i Loudoa, i yesterday, whan Slary daughter of the Eirl au4 ot Dartrey, narrfed to Mijor George Chrlcbton, ot tbV Oldstream Ocftidf. ft WM Petty officers "from regEmcnt formed A oi honor that linefl the chiircli. durlag the ceramonj Priccesa Alexandra of Jlary ol SchlesTslg-Hois'tdn, the Duca- ees of Wellington, Lord aofl Lady tau- donSer'ry, and Earl of 'WestmMth, SEBASTIAN OF LOS AN- GELES TELLS CONVENTION OF BENEFITS EXPERI- "ENCED Calgary, June llojs' De- paittrcnt ol tl.c Y.M.C.A. a tult stall ot secretaries a com- plete equipment uilt be IccaUd ou the wnN Ihe Vrovircia! Ca- de1. Camp, this season. -Two laigc marquee tetits teen aHotted to for use, acd these will be equipped M ith everything ne- cessary 1o convict an efiictent uorX during tht camp. A tomp'clc organ- ization is noiv being formed under the supervision of Secretary John M. Sliarpc pf .the C'aljaty "V to oper- ate feature of a ivork from character talks down to the camp savings bank vhcre tie i-outh- [ul soifliers can dcpobit th2lt pocket money uni nitbilrau it as required. The secretaries ot the hois' de- ol the Edmonton ani] thetr ashington, ;s as a ol lessening crime Has adtocatecj here ycbienlay by C. K. Sebastian, chiet police of [.os Angeles in'an address before the closing session of the annual conven- tion of the International Association of Police Chiefs. Chief de- clared" that through suffrage, recog- nition of voh're women in Ange- les had tten obtained and crime hail n materially reduced. Suffrage, ho audcd, had helped to hreak down the false modesty rchfch had prevented public discussiohs of prohlcn-.s. The chicis chose Jlich., as the nctl meeting place. Dictograph devices a? means of helping In the detection ol rriftic were apptoTed in a resolution adopt- ed during the final session. HUDSON'S BAY OFFICIAL DEAD Winnipeg, .luns Cotli- rane, manager-of tvt-.olezale Hi- of the Hudson's Bay Cora- died here this morning, lie ,al one time connected the comptoy'B post at Mooso Factory, Food FOR INFANTS Whta prepsrcd cccortiag lo IV tirtctf BOS flhe i, hrus f tbciafatil, aEdlill'o. sTrrfjf.t by Free to MotTien-'vVEite for free tin AboulHibj1', 13 tfc; TOltOHTO. Ha fittr.) Kin. J. it UEAVC fc Lcthbridgc Y.M.C will Le at tbe camp to taVc ol important de- partmeats of the uotlr., At the request of Col. Sam Hughes Ihe national council ol tbe Y.M.C.A. alblled secretaries to" some of tbe 1 ast year, and the move was so- successful tliis year be' requested that the C'adet Y M.C.A.'s he established in each camp oflering equipment .for tbe purpose and askeil-thc- associattonT through its various provincial coramiltets t< the leadership in" inaugurating the moral, intrllectuai and tional features in the camps. In earb cadet camp this year a boys' depart- ment of the Y.U.O.A. Tvjl! es- tablished under tfcc supervision of the secretaries ot lhat organization with the officers in [making tl.e tarap-a success. Thousands ol sheets of writing pa- per and envelopes were distributed to the hojs last and every hoy vras encouraged to write home legu- jlarly to his parcMi- Refreshment 'booths, under the the as- sociation stocfctrf (he and purest )sweets tor the.youngsters, and en- jdcavorcd to see lhat none ol them 'stuffed loo much ol the sweet stufls into litile Charac- ter talks by prominent men, in the tents at night corcerts with fcoy talent, the base- ball, .soccer and other leagues, the of tie sports day were 1 afl included in tKe of the "V" secretaries uho took charge. 5 This year all Ibc'athletic events in the cadet i-.inips from coast to coast are standardized. The events .con- ducted at the Calgary tamp will be just the same as those conducted at the Niagara camp, the Kingston camp or the Maritime camp intact the whole UowiDion is vrorkin'g on the sarr.c plan. Arrangements arc being made ty (he association [o conduct a Camp ngs liaiik, and parents'uill be able to send ihe money to il ii dircclioi.s as to the Thcj is ill also be able to sead any inlorm.iliorj regarding He- to the so that they wilt rc special attention ihe sccretar- ies. The ettaclislimer.t of the Y M.C.A is Ui go a long way towarr the solving of the recriMlional prob lems cf the canip thf har.e of the oiTiccis1 exisier.te las1 jfar to the evlcrti'of dkirting Ihdr attention uilh (he drill and' nthcr cair.p proceedings. SEIZED CRAMPS Winnipeg, Jute Hutte Boag, aged 2T, while swlmraing hind a boat by 3 companion near the Canoe. Club on the river, j esterday wns seized u Ith i cramp and sank before, hla companlo: could reach Iho When Mr. Roberts Met Dr. Dewar Y the way, doctor, why did you decide on a McClary's Sunshine Furnace for your fine new "Weli, Mr. Roberts, principally because) the Sunshine's water .pan is correctly placed over the fuel door, so that the moisture, as it" is evaporated, immediately ascends into the pipes leading to the rooms.- The air passing' through the registers thus contains plenty of. healthful "Dry air is bad for anyone to Mr. Roberts. It parches the throat, lips'.anij skin. It excites the nervous 'system. Makes people restless, irritable, without knowing why. Makes them subject to colds.; loo, when they go out into the moister. aif of out doors." i "Great Scott! Doctor. You surprise; me. I never dreamt the placing of'a water- pan in a furnace was so important." "And there aie other features about Mc- Clary s Sunshine Furnace that are conducive to good health, Mr. Roberts. There's the Automatic Gas Damper that provides for the escape of coal gas up the chimney instead of into the house when the pressure in the com- bustion chamber becomes too great. There's the dust-Hue, too, that carries away all the dust from falling ashes. But I've got a case across the road, so you'll have to excuse me. Drop in, tonight, and .I'll show my 'Sunshine' to'you." I yojr locaUtyi show yen MeClary's Sunshine Piiniard and oxplnin all convenient and eccr.omiting fcaturei, K }cu wcuM lifce 1o read Ihe latent SunsTiinchaoVlet, office. M f MeClaiy Sunshine Furnace LOfTOON ST. JOHN, N.B TORONTO HAMILTON MONTREAL CALGARY .WINNIPEG SASKATOOS VANCOUVER EDMONTON ;