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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta B Rochon's Always the Best Jlailo from (ho best materials, llav- nrod with the choicest ol-J nuts ami daintily served. It's worth- soifte- thins to. people Know llmrthev are getting absolutely pure leo Cream- Order sonic lor your Sunday-dessert. 'Lght Lunches and Afternoon Teas BROS. C. P.R. FORCED TO STRING WIRES TELEGRAPH BUSINESS IS EX l PANDING SO RAPIDLY, IN jr THE WEST l TVmmpeg, lune 13 lames Kent Manager ot the C 1' R telegraphs here todav lioin Alonlrcil on his wav west on his annual trip ol jnspectton Mondav he will be at Saskatoon and thence his itmeran Uill be Liimoiiton and tilgarv to liVancomcr and Melon i. returning itia the Crow's asd the mam u Montreal and the ohlc ti tion at tanso and a nen w ire I Between Montreal and Winnipeg which l-nouid Continued v.est Thei (putting m a new wire between Mont- real and Winnipeg cadi ana from one to two wires nest oittm- ripeg iach and from one to west ot V inmpcg annualh j Business -ttas never better, espccnlh in the west and tins is om. most re Inhle test, of the prosperlh of the coiuitn BREAK WITH CHINA Dekm, lune 11-V breik between the 1-our Nations bankim; groups, and tnc L'huese government is, imm- nent The finance minister lesteidav sent to the binkers a demand amount- ing to in ultimatum that thn agree II WILL BE A FINE SPECTACLE 1 efore the end o! the month and et jmtce to finance China's m throughout the negotiations lor larger! loan. Ihe demand s that unless THE'GREAT-ELIZABETHAN TOU.I NEY AT EARL'S COURT NEXT MONTH London, 'line U tilt Earl of lorsrtile ab Knight Marshall en- Iters the lists at Farlstourt to Unie over the great EUzibethan tour Inev lulv lltlC he will be preceded JUDGE MORS VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF IN LIBEL SUIT RE CANCER CURE London, .lime Il.-The jury'In libel action brought by Dr.- Bell o Mavfnir, against Dr. rVF- ami the llrilish Medical association, awarded J10.000 damages w plaintiff vfSteriUiy. An appeal and slay oi execution was granted, bum- ming up, .Justice Alvcrson said v "It would be a lainentahle thing it aiiv attempt to llml a cure (or the cancer scourge should be checked hv Ihe unjust criticisms and coinmenl and the denunciation oi investigators, as quacks. "It is plain that persons .are eager to avoid cancer operations. Several London hospitals arc iiovv treating the dread diseases by diet and. medi- cine. 'The whole point pi case is this Dr. Ml was justified in suy- ing his method was successful. H is all very well for great physicians to say the, new treatment is quackery, lint many modern treatments are sim- ply a-revival of old.ones with mod- ern improvements. "A more disgraceful charge against physician than that oi .exploiting the fears, of the public to make mon- ey is impossible to conceive.' He then commented on the cure, adding "His. contention that cancer could be cured without the knife has been j supported by the' testimony of emi- nent witnesses who have had experi- ence's in cancer uses Dr. Uell is a fellow of the Royal racultv of Phvsicnns and Surgeons since 1872, advocated m 1870, and improved Raturilny, June 15. tollovved bi famous represcnta lives Fndisli nobililv and beput) Among the participants in the pag- an cant as ladies-m to the is- rf-' countess Ciioon chosen In the Queen ot will be the Lountess Zia to! ITorbv, Lady: Diana Manners, Lads- ret (Maid-stone Miss Detrafiord, Miss which they Among the Cirri's financing- Tim question oi Russian and Tapin panicipation has brought about, jjill.lie serious .crisis There is good rei-I'! Lricht who will engage m single Viscount Crichton bv Vajor the Hon lillke of Marlborough to believe that the reprcsenta lives ol the loir groups are TAX COLLECTOR HAS SHORTAGE Chatham June 14 shortage of Jij.OO has been round in the accounts of Tax Collector E. .H. Broadbent of Ealeigh toirnsn.7) His sureties will make the amount, good A BONUS OF A'MILLION Svdnej, C B has a bonus ol f 000 to tie British Canadian Co. will be served by Jlr. while lapt O B -Ino. Churchill 5 Bowlbv iv ill uc _i-mi_____ method of treating dinthena which was approved bv the proussion He also originated a cthod of heating bmall-pox which helped to do avvav with the second-j arr fever and was among the first j to advocate the open air treatment of consumption. He believes in from moat and eating hull and vege- tables will cheese eggs and milk This should constitute the principal (iiet oi the men ajid women ,vvho wish to live lorn; tho mn, which agreed in a lew fmmites, announced their verdict there was a gieat burst oi applause irom the ciov.ded couit room One who knows the difference between Superior and Inferior fails upon the-merits ot our Pure Foods. You xari always obtain genuine satis-, faction at our store, Quality, and Low Prices prevail. CIIIVER'S JAMS JELLIES Strawberry Jam in glass Raspberry Jam in glass Red Currant Jelly Black Currant Jelly 30c.; 30c. 35.0, 35c.. Strawberries in Syrup 55c._ Cherries in Syrup -i- 35c. ines 01 the loir groups iuu ated bl the and to r 1 of of the present government as cvi denced bv its constant efforts to re- pudiate its argument relative to su pervision and vull recommend., the principals to break off the negotia- tions SHAD FISHERIES DECLINE During the past ten jears tho shad p-hen ot Eastern has declin ed 50 per cent The govern ment will tits year operate for the fiist time a floating hatcherj apt firgeralil, Iiout-i-ol Rreovcs nd (.ipt the linn F n Guest will c estmires to the Marquis of rweed- mut'i ind the Hon Oscar Guest rill serve lord Vslibv St Lcgir Thu 'ail of Compton has not selected is followers F. G. E. Smith, the famous Union- si member o! parliament and Lord Vmterton will he judges of the tour- nev which promises to ho the most brilliant feature- of the Shakespeare's England, which owes its existence lo !he of Mrs Cornvvalhs the Earl of Shrew sbnrv and the Earl of Eirl Bmllej and Mijor General BiocUeimrst PdOlER T refined is no dressing room" 10 refined but Na Diu-Co Talcum Powdcr.adds i touch at luiunoiu comfort. There no home humble but the whole f.mily will rajoy ihi relief which Royil ROK T.lcum brings from all of skin imlalion and difconfort. Its wonderful fmencM, heihhg, odor of roKf Na Dru-Co Royil Talcum lodet delight. 25c h'n, yoin DruMi'it'i-or writ. (ot (tee Mmple lo the NATMML WW CHHICM. W- CP.R-'S REPORT ON THE CROPS MAGGI'S SOUP ASSORTED, EACH Fussels' Pure Cream, tin Figs, in glass, K. Kavah Custard Powder 'K. Kavah: Lemonade Powder French Peas in glass French Beans in' glass After-Dinner Mints, Peter Reed's Forfar Rock Candy Turkish Delight, per pound IN TABLETS 5 Cents .....35c. 25c. 45c. 45c. and 25c 25c. .30o Ox Tongue In Siloed Ox Tongue. In Glass Beef and Tongue in glass Lunch Tongue in glass..... English Brawn In glass ....6Bo. 65c. ...400. FRUITS TO BE DEPENDED UPON swiet snd 25c, 3Bc, 5Uu Per _ Lemons, large, regular 40o; .now per dozen ...30c, Strawberries, per box 15c; per case Cherries, per Ib. 25c; per 40c" pineapples, large New Potatoes, Green Onions, Lettuce, Cucumbers, New Turnips, Hew Bects.'Green' Peas, Celery, and Rhubarb. Phone 1453 Winnipeg, June Generally fine is the summing up or all conditions of the crop aa bhovin bv the weekly re port ot agents of the C P R The cool weather of last week has had no apparent effect on crop conditions, and the slight traces ot on the nights o-' lime o and 6 left no dam ge The general average height of -haat is seven inches Some heavy inds are reported on the Laruerlve nd sections, but they came ta time when': the growth iconld not be affected Rain is naeded m some ections of vithin the next iieek or so hut there ia nothing ap- proaching drought conditions Some lamago bv cutworms is reported on he Macl-eod, Alders} de and Cron s Nest sections. THE LATE MISS GOOD Ccleman, June death took place on Thuiadftv, .ot Miss Agnes Good at the ranch of her brother Mr James Good Sentinel Although de ceased had m delicate bealth Tor abont seven weeks the sudden tid ings of hei death occasioned constei nation and profound svmpaihj am ongst her main friends and accmamt ances Death resulted from the burst ing of a blood ves-el In the bead The attending physicians we're Dis Con nellv ?Ed RO..S of Coleman Miss Good nas born il seals ago In the province of Queoec the daugh ter of John and Good Her oth ther brother Andy Good, is the well known proprietor of the Summit Ho tel. Crow'sNest, B. C. The funeral will take place at Cole man, on Mondav, Tune 12 Aftw the service at the Anglican Church, con ducted by Rev ,D J Watkms Jones, th- lemams wiUJbe Interred, at the Protestant1 cemetery; LORD LIEUTENANT MAY HAVE TO GO Dublin June Lord Lieu tenancj of JrelanB an office which Lord Charles Beresford would abolish might bo cited as an exemplification ot the proveibial saving that Uireat ened Institutions live long A bill for its abolition was Intro- BR1TISHPREMIER REPORTED THAT SHE BEAT MR ASQUITH OVER THE HEAD WITH A FAN London, June lo-While Premier Asquith was holding an official ro ception in the Indian office tonight In honor of the Kins s birthdaj an elegantly attired suffragette, who had ESTIMATE OF IMPROVING THE WESTERN CROP duced bj Lord John Russell, as prime minister, as a government measure in Ma} and its second leading was carried bj a majority ot 224 Subsequently however the measure was dropped hi the government ow Ing to the opposition of the T5uHe of ellington in the House ot Lords. SEES WHITE, HAND IN ALPINE SNOW jimo woodcutter named Sieinegger was seeking Alpine flowers on a'wild spot known as the in the Todtengebirgs (Dead in Styria, when he 'ciught sight of a white hand which seemed to beckon" from be- neath the snow, It was dusk, and Steincgger, seized with terror, fled to nig home. At daybreak tie set'out again with a friend to Investigate. When they reached th-a spot the hand vvaa still there. They dug and discovered a corpse in uniform. It VVIIB the body of Lieutenant. Wer- ner, who disappeared1 in a military balloon last December. TRIPLETS AT ST. THOMAS Triplets, all girls, were born at tho Amasa Wcod'hospital, St. Thomas on Wednesday, to Mrs C. R atylw of Port Stanley, but died a few hours It is on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised ,by merit alone .to that prpud emin- Best Baking Powder ic uniform, pure, fresh-it Invariably dependable. Your gro- t.f_ cer knows it the piemiers official coat Mrs As (tuith tried to rescue Ivel husband from unwelcome .attention of the .wo- man and then an usher literally drag ged the suffragette aw as from the premier, and ejected her from the building Mr Aaquith, Mrs Asnuith and Miss Asquith were receiving the guests at the foot ot the stairway when the suf irsgette who about 30 sears old, and was duly announced The Premie, extended his hand but instead of shaking It and proceeding the woman stepped to AE nultbs side, and then put her hind on the Premiers shouldeis, and be gan tugging violently at the epaul etten The Premier shook her off but still tho v.oman persisted in her at "Meanwhile Mrs Asquith came' to Her husbands aid, anu seized tbo vvo man b> the vvilst and dragged her away She stubbornlv resisted how ever until she elected from tno building A couple of minutes later, i pale faced youth of about 20 years was m trounced to tho Premier, and took hold of Mr Asqulth's aims iough.5 and said something inaudible Ho was thrown out of the room According to some reports, the wo man whose names was not made public, beat Premier Asquith ovei the bead with her fun. STRIKER WAS KILLED Perth Amlw ST" 14-A thousand striking laborers stormed the Plant of the American Smelting and Refining Co, here, carl> today, and were fired on bv deputy sheriffs One striker was killed and Hires ot.. crs were wounded With tho first vol ley the strikers fell barli A CHANCE Winnipeg Tune 13-Sergt Mars den of tho 'lOtb Regiment, walling on tho Bislcy team, wld todav that be could not get av-ny, owing o prewnre of private business This .111 allpTv rorporal G A Copping, 3rd Vletoria Montreal, to go, _ Montreal, June 11 conservative estimate of the spring uop for this veai, eivui hv lames luthirs, (he giam dciler, of tl's citv, ,s 2DO million bushUs "our' {istipiate works out, and we have leason to believe it will, lor the weather conditions in the noitn- Ivsest are, unliVe hen, as fine' 'as could be desuul, Camdi will have rroduccd the bluest v heat crop in her history CROW LINE DROWNED IN RACEWAY Lrnest Crlbb was diowned when a platform on whlrti he vvis Corking 18 at the Slen Miller (Ont) Piper Com 11' pans, broka, drpppmg him in the race was A companion saved himself Montreal, lime 11 -t is quit" pos si'ilo l hat when the UPR carries out the MR scheme, announced by Hir Tlios. Shaughnessy, of double trucl- ing tho mam line heUctn t ilgarv nd Vancouver, plans will also he. Hkcn into conbidcrilion fol the clu.- tiincation 01 this line The compinv ins alre.tdv made i tentitivc start on a poition 01 its Crov 'b Vest VASS line, and this has proved so success- ful that lodav it was announced that povvei plants were under construction for the electrification of. the Colum- bia unil Western branch of the line, from astlegarl to Jiossland, B C. The oveihcad wnc ssstcm is to used as it is tolliidered that the third rail would not be so reliable within the Koc'ucs The New Perfection Toaster Anyone, even a little girl, can make toast on the siovc Oil Ceo! She will not burn the toast; and she will not burn' her fingers either, it she uses the New Perfection I caster. For toast or roast Jg For boU or broil: For fry Ol' bake all Ihe year round. dealer has .1. HarAomcly fmUhed in nickel, wilh. cabinet n .P aonc ccnl, lo cover milling cort THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited i i! ;