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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June THE LCTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The International Cafe x f And Ice Cream Parlor We get new car loads of Fruits just for Friday and Watermelon lOc lb. Peaches.............25c lb. Apricots lb. Cherries .............25c lb. Lettuce ___.........25c lb. Bananas............25c doz. Oranges 40c to 60c Lemons........-----40c doz. Strawberries, 25c box, 21'or 45c Tomatoes, 25c lb., 2 Ibs, for 45c Cherries___25c box, 2 for 45c Cucumbers.......25c to 30c Green Onions and Radishes, 6 bunches for .........25c Grapefruits, ........3 for 25c Pineapples, each .........25c Home Made Candy, lb. 25c Ice best in the city SIR THOMAS TO VISIT THE HAT (Special to .the Herald) Medicine ,Hat, June N. Ad- iit. to'day cold 100 feet frontage on corner of Fifth avenue, to T. Jv; Bell at a price said to 'be fifty thousand dollars. General. 8upt. Price arrived morning from Calgary to make ar- the forthcoming visit here of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy. A refrigerator car loaded with mix- ed groceries caught fire in the rail- road yards here this morning. The fire department: was called out and extinguished- the "flames after the con- tents car-had made al- most a total loss. ECHO OF FAMOUS BIODULPH London, June Ip.-HFlobert Donnelly, one of the few survivors of the fam- ous Biddulph murders 4, 1880, when his sister and brother and a cousin were mur- dered in Biddulph" by an-organized gang, which sought to- exterminate the Donnellys, died near this morning. One boy, John R. O'Connor, was the only person left living in; thev bouse, overlooked by the Robert Donnelly and William Donnelly were away from the place A dozen men were tried 'but all' escaped. The National Association of Credit Men In Minneapolis, de- cided to raise a million dollar: fund to crush fraudulent business enter- prises in the United States. MASSACRES IN ARMENIA London, June despatch to the Chronicle from Constantinople re- ports renewed" Kurdish massacres Armenians in the Bitlisa, Diarbekr and Moush districts. The Armenian patriarch and deputies have protested to the minister of the Interior who has promised to punish those guilt? of the outrages. The wind-up of the affairs of the Wilkinson Plow Co., of Toronto, shows a deficit of The National Woman's .Congress of .Canada is in convention assembled at Port Arthur, Ont.- REGJNA FREIGHT HEADQUARTERS Important Change Made by CP.R.-Saskatchc- wan Division TRcgina, Sask., June yes- terday there began a new era in the freight problem "in Regina. The city is now the dfyisional centre of Sas- katchewan in so-far as freight is con- cerned and under the divisional ag- ent of this city will be the district agent uf Saskatoon. The former is "C. Macdonald, late of Winnipeg general freight agent's office, the'lat- ter is W. H. Allison, formerly .dis- trict ageiit at Regina. This change is the result of a general shake-up, ia offices throughout the West and had its beginning about the first of April when the former general freight ag- ent s were changed to divisional freight the Winnipeg man hav- fng jurisdiction as far as Swift Cur- rent. The work was found to be rather too heavy in each division and it was decided to create a new one for Sas- Kktchewan alone. In-addition an. assistant was given W. B. Lanigan'with the title of as- sistant freight traffic manager to assist him in the work of superin- tending divisions. Yesterday" the new order of things effect and D. C. Macdonald arrived in the city from Winnipeg to take charge of the Saskatchewan branch. The- direct benefit that will accrue to the .merchants of Regina can be easily estimated when it is consider- ed that no longer will local men have to make application to Winnipeg to have any adjustments made, as the Regina office will handle all such matters. New office room will have to .be found at- once to accommodate Mr. Macdonald and his staff and they -will lodged in the tibn which ,the C.P.R. is erecting in this. city. W.'D. Scott. "Canadian Superintend- ent: of Immigration, expresses no fear of" the Australian campaign to get immigrants from Canada. Cigarettes Per Packet e popular w Tremendous Slaughter Sale At the Lethbridge Clothing Store 113 Seventh St. South v is now in full swing. Hundreds of customers have taken advantage of this great never-equalled bargain Men's Furnish- ings, Boots and Shoes, etc., why not you1? Study the pric- es below and come right ami see that we do as we say. Shirts We have one of the largest -stocks of Men's SHirts-in .the citv and in or- der to' economize space we will not'list the prices, but gfve you an idea of them by simply stating, that we have work shirts-from 30 cents and UD. Dress shirts in all styles at proportionately low prices. Hats 13.25 Hats Hatu for Hatg for Hats for .7. Alto Bin Stock of and others at 10c up Pick thjm out, Gloves A full line of gloves and just received from one of the foremost manu- facturers in the will be slaughtered at from 25 cents per pair up for leather gloves. While the canvas ones are handed out at 5 cents a pair. The above will more than" satisfy any roan for any work. Underwear The best grades from the best makers at from 35 cents per varment up. Clothing 130.00 Men's Suits for Men's Suite for Men's Suits for Men's for Men's Suits for Also a large number of Mfen's Up-ta-datt at 16, 17 and W Boots and Siloes Men's Shoes for Men's Shoes for 11.46 Shoes for 14.00 Men's for tt.78 Men's for ffl.00 Men's (or Alto Number of Men's and at any eld prlet. Overalls Such well known Peabodys, and Faultless, etc.. at than of And last but not least, we Have an immense quantity of Sox, Jewekry, Odd and Valises, which will be slaughtered at never equalled NOTE THE ADDRESS 113 SEVENTH RIGHT ACROSS THE PUBLIC SQUARE NEAR C. P. R. DEPOT. SAM COMPLAINTS OF MINERS HEARD (Continued from Front Page.) manager "for work performed by his company for that legally created body known as the Tillage of Lille. None of this money had Veen paid to the company for the sanitation "-ex- cept where parties had not put their that had existed before the coal was refuse in the places provided for, it, i causing the company to have to taKcn out. Tins led to toe complaint j u u loadcd that in-some cases, men who vere in the carts for transportation to good miners and worked hard, were i the dumping grounds. He .submitted put down as poor miners and conse-f figures showing how quently unjustly, dealt with i bad Vteen collected as poll how, much- had teen expended and whar balance was in tihe bank to the credit of the mu- nicipality. as to make upi The chairman took into con- sideration this feature' and was thought that some definition as TO abnormality Eiight be arrived at. Other grounds of complaint were that the.use of wooden rails instead of .mstal in these mines" worked against the capacity of the miners. Mr. Dixon, the pit boss, proved a most intelligent witness, in some instances corroborating the evidence of the miners as to condi- Calgary, june News Tele- tions and varying from them in oih- gram says; H w McNeil and Co., ers. Mr, Murray stated in cross- ieasee8 Of property of Canmore Co'ai CANMORE MINE HAS BEEN SOLD examination that be thought that the two seams under discussion were s'm- ilar, agreeing in this particular with a statement Mr. Stockett said he bad made two years ago, when as a min- ing engineer, he had pronounced them to be the same. The procedmgs were enlivened with of1 Canmore, one of the closed mines, have sold their lease to Penn- sylvania people. Two arbitrators nave been at work for some time de- termining property's values, and it is understood a basis of transfer' has -been arrived at The arbitrator for McNeil and Co. is C. H. Burnett; FAKE POLICEMAN ARRESTS CELESTIAL One of tiie latest Jekyll and Mr. Hyde blew Into yesterday and proceeded work a con game on Joe FottfJ tells the police that is an but -bis- rapid change .from engineer to policeman is what is puzzling chief. During the afternoon he visit- ed the restaurant of Pong on Sec- ond avenue and ordered Joe to pro- duce his books, saying that he TM policeman, Joe dug up the and after inspecting them Trent A while later, lie cwne >in again peated the performance. Joe was getting mad and latest wordi in the" But. when LItt, as the man calls himself, made, his "third "visit u auditor of casn balances it more than the Chinaman could vtond. to the fake police- man's badge VniclL cquld-not a little humor, when the mine work-, for buyers, Jas. B. Neil. The greater ers called Manager Williams to stand to explain the matter of tax collections of which the miners had complained. After being told by the the fact of (he matter of poll tax appearing as a charge against the wages of the min- ers on the company's books, was suf- ficient grounds for calling him, he proceeded to explain how he had be- come a modern poo-bah, by holding- the Part of tue Bine's output heretofore poll has -been sold to the C. P. R. FIRST OF JULY CELE- BRATION AT TABER Tbe Taber people" are busy prepar- ing for a monster celebration on Do- minion Day, and expect to have a major portion of Southern Alberta present to participate. Patriotic practically all the municipal offices in j speeches will be delivered by Hon. A. the village of Lille. When the village' had been .organized some years ago, he had been elected as a councillor, and the council board had elected bun secretary-treasurer, a, position which) he had ever since occupied, despite (his efforts to shift the position to j others. No one could ever be rcr- I suaded to relieve him and so he was 1 at present practically the whole nm- nicipal show and-in-addition to being i manager of the coal company. It fol- lowed that he had to money' from the miners as poll tax, turn it j over to himself as secretary-tor.asur- i cr of "the village and keep on in Hie turning over process until the poll tax finally landed back in the com- pany treasury, being returned by him as secretary-treasurer of the nv.mici- u> the conroauy ot which he R. B. Bennett, of Calgary, -W. A. Buchanan, -M.P.P., and C. F. P. Conybeare of Lethbridge. The sports program to foe furnished will include a lacrosEe match 'be- tween Ta'ber and Hedieine Hat, a baseball game, horsa races and athlet- ic events. About five hundred dol- lars has already been raised .toy popu- lar subscription to defray the cost ol the celebration and "the day to be one that will be long remember- ed by the citizens of the hustling town down the line. Joe, then 'refused-to cee the'books the third rtime ind promptly arrested "name'of fie' TMs put the yellow colony-tip In the air, and they rung for ine pp-. lice. One of the eagle-eyed copl! promptly on the Job, and learning cause of the excitement took LItt in- 10 custody. He expreeted great eurC prise this morning when the magts-, ttate told him that ne'urould tq. spend another day in the cells low the. police to invettlgate, fanny part of the affair thtt af- ter he arrested Joe Fong, he to let him go If he would table two, bones hush money; CARD OF THANKS John Barrow wishes to express to his majiy friends his deep apprecia- tion ot their sympathy and kindness extended to him in his sad bereave- ment by the death of Mrs, Barrow. ARREtTtO AT TASEIt The Taber Times wtys that two suspects giving thefr namee M and Knos were arrested in Tuesday and are being held by police who Iwliove they are men 'ant 'by the L'.'tbbridge policp on housebreaking charge. Chief Glllei- ple says that he received no munlcatiou to this effect as yet EXPLOSION IN NEVADA MINI KILLS A MAN Ooldfield, Nevada, June al persons are reported to have killed and a number injured by an explosion in the Mary mine at Blair. .Joseph Beatots is known to have per- ished. The mine it the property of thp Pfttsburg Peak Mining Co. munication with tbe It ;