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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY JIEltALl.) "MILADI" EDITED BY "UNO." Office Pnont. Residence 620 Hostesses, tomorrow- Mrs' Vt Mrs! I 0 ftnliu Isoi Vii. S I ctitvc ;lumorr .Shepherd will .not' re Hcndtjsoii ii ulio hi liLcn UK just month it tin co isi aimed home SiLuidu evening NIC diiLCtorb uid Uicii II CM hijji ki it the M L toning U o clock Mrs I feihei Ins tuulucd hu usi nition is MLC picsident ind mciu 01 the Giut elul) I t ffi ,.i... nl tin fiu nils of Mist, Vtntib III of IL ic ini of Hit, ('titli her tuolliUt NH dtowntd in Uinnipcj, jcstuiliv i Im I idles, Vid of U niinstri hold niiotirik on evening in Hit vestry at o'clock. Uest a -spiti irieiidH of.the. League" will .meet th tlilirch (it m o clock Afltr this uiel UK At Home Va- Icrhousc and Daisy Holmes. The ma- jority of the teachers also, had-a per- fect, record. The .above list docs not iclude the Senior Adult, Bible class The two who. have attended every session since tlic school was organ- ized three years-ago, were presented In the superintendent with Inturni tional- Sunday -School Scholars' Bih- and the others with framed cer- tificates for faithfulness. Those who made this" grcn.1, record were given he Dilute hv the school the service )fstbrda> the pastor, Itcv, A. A'.-Lytle, spoke was given hy UIQ juniors at the mor iilg and aftcrnoOti sessions Mtoget] cr the day was> a hig success The thimble tea.given by the Horn JJissionary Knox churc a pleasant of Saturdaj a ternooii, about "tjijehty-five member friends'spent a' busy nnd profi able afternoon, sewing patches" fo quilts to be donated lo the Vegrevill In of the aftoi lOonMrs. Horspool, Miss Hurray an MiKS'Riith Link entertained the guest splendid instrumental number and Miss Alargirei Bitt Bang tw -MeLeay gav a brief and, sketch of tlv Home .MisBioii-work that is belng'.d6n ill recite and Mr. Tiffin will pre aide The.Wesley Ladies' Aid Society will meet' on Wednesday afternoon as ns Mai at 3 o'clock. NOW THERE'S A CHANCE FOR RAIN W. H. Fairfield, superintendent of the Experimental Farm, informed the Herald this afternoon that the work of cutting the first 'alfalfa crop com- menced at the farm today. He says the crop is heavy, and in fine shape tor cutting, having just come into the first' bloom. he jokingly remarked, "will be general all over the; south within a few That surcjy means a rain ..storm, COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA .Cowan's seems to, hit the right spot It is a great food for husky young ath- letes satisfies the appetite easy to digest: and delicious Calgarj .Stanley Marsh, of the Aslor Hotel, Vancouver who formerly ran the National Hotel n this city and previous to thut lime was proprietor of the Hotel, Banff; dropped dead in Vancouver, un- der sensational circumstances on Sunday morning. At J o'clock yesterday morning'fire broke out in the garage of W. Bauer, Marsh had his handsome 2ar, a Winston, stored. Marsh although t-the'time suffering't'rom heart Iron1 ble Insisted on going'to the fire and witnessed 'the burning of his car'.' He tailed, to walk to his home an hour later.'buf sank to'the the ex- citement of the fire having'brought on heart" failure" A SUICIDE NEAR STETTLER .Stettler, Alia., life less bod> of Geo Baine. 24 c was found iq by his brother Frank. He had shot'himself with a revolver. The only reason assigned for the act was that lately the de- ceased appeared very quiet and com- plained of a pain in-the head. MAYORS TO MEET TO TALK CHARTERS Representatives of All Git- les in Alberta to Get Together Calgary, Juno Hon. C. R. Mitch- ell, attorney genernl, will call the may- ire-of the different cities of the pro- to meet next week to talk over CORRECTION OF AN ERROR A misunderstanding made whal should have been "hest timotliy" read 'death in tho Imperial De- Co.'s' advertisement in' Saturday, advertising the splendid'alf- alfa grown by .this firm and which hey are offering for sale. MARKETS egislatio different cities. A meeting was planned for Calgary last veek, but.Mayor Mitchell was" absent uml the meeting iiad to be postponed. The cities'in the province are: Cal- [aiy Ldmonton, Lethbrfdge, Medicine iat, Strathcona and Wetaskiwin. As iach city charter and every iharter is as different as possible as he other. It is thought wise to have ome general .understanding among .the Hies before, one act is passed govern- ng all the 'cities. Edmonton i has one form of commis- ion and Calgary has another form of ommission." Edmonton has one form f taxation and the other cities have ifforent forms. It is believed that; it be.difficult without considerable to frame a bill which he satisfactory to others. The leeting is In order to find out just ow ithe different cities the ihject. It is more .than probable that some the cities and perhaps all of them ill, prefer to keep on with specinl barters rather than to abandon It for new bill. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, June prices in Winnipeg and American markets" are WINNIPEG opened 96; closed '97; October opened SS, closed 90 1-4, Decora bet opened 87 t-2, closed SS ]-8. bpehH 36 36 3-4; October 36 1-S, closed 37. opened 2.IS, closed 2.06. October closed 1.50 WINNIPEG Nor thern 2 Northein 93 3 Noithein 89 1-2, No. 4 85, No. 5 SO, No.' 6 7ii Peed 63. 2 C. W. 36 1-2. American Markets wheat opened 93, closed: 96 3-4; September, opened 91 5-S, closed 94 7-8; December open- ed 97 78, closed 95 I .wheat opened 86, closed SS 3-4; September opened 86, closed SS 5-S; December opened SS, closed 91. GREAT GATHERING AT WESTMINSTER HALL London-June wal a mt- moiable gathering today m ster Hall which as the chairman, Lord Rosebery jwihted, out accordinff: :to tradition, had beeji. builtiby ..Wil.liaro Kufus, certainly was the' the trial1 of Warren HasUngs'and Whert Stratford .and. Ills master confronted their judges Politics were laid when in that historic chamber commoners hon'e party entertained at leltlng members of parliaments of the overseas -The mem- bers of the Imperial conference being 'guests including Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr, who sat oh the left of the chairman with Speaker Lowther and Senator Sir Mackenzie Bo'wellon the other side. Premier Botha and; Lord Strathcona were neighbors at Prem- ier Asquith's table, while at another of the mam tables were Sir Fred Borden, Premiers 'Morns, Roblln and Slftom Sir L Gouin, Hon Brodeur and Sena tors Power, Lougheed, Watson and Uasgraln. Lord Rosebery described the father- ing as a meeting of the home hack- woodsmen with the backwoodsmen of the dominions and delivered a chir-" aclerlstically nittj speech He did lot belieie any parliament Dad reached its final shape The prlncl- of our empire allowed each' part o settle Its own but there wai in interest higher and common to all, he interest of the -empire What were v.e doing to make ourselrM wor- hy of our inheritance1 lerlal conference might we not aee he germ of a greated conclai e repre- enting common imperial aspiration! nd leliectmg the unity of-the em- ire permanently, thua" forming the ost august parliament the .world has He believed some day they ould wake up to find themselvei t ederaled empire. i BIRKENHEAD MAHkET Liverpool, June R. Rogen and Co. report today that trade was firnv In the Birkenhead maiket at prices last quoted. The-demand: was slow and it is extremely 'doubtful as to whether tho present standard main tains its level. Both States and Can- adian steers are 12 i-i to 12 3-4 cents. BORDEN TALKS TO THE METHODISTS Winnipeg; June R. L. Bor- en Visited the Methodist conference is morning. Dr. Chown general suji- intendent. in introducing him (o the lonference. referred: to the high per- sonal integrity and political purity of the leaders and especially of the pres- ent visitor who had cione much to promote purily at elections in his na- tive province. Hon. Mr, Borden com- mended highly the work of the Meth- odist church and other, particularly in the training- of the young. The belter elements of the community should j take an interest in public -affairs. Though a spirit of materialism per- vaded the comi he said he was an optimist, "I bid you ho quoted in German. Tonight nt S.15 there will.he- a meeting of the Hoy and the Hoy Scouts nt the YlM.C.A OXFORD CONSERVE TIVE CANDIDATE Woodstock, Out" June Oxford Conservatives yeaierday nom- inated for the-'eom- mons, and Robert Lockliart Legislatuie. Both seats art now held by Liberals. CENTRE GREY LIBERALS Flpsherton, Ontij Centre. rey Liberals yesterday-nominated P. MuCtillough to, oppose Hon. I. B, Lur cas at -the next, provincial, election. He was defeated-by Mr. Lucas in 1308. FINDS CROPS IN GOOD CONDITION C. W. Cook, of thy burn Realty Co., returned this morn- ing from Grassy Lake. He says that evorywher% thro.ugh the Grassy Lake district the cropa am in excellent con- dition and stand in no immediate need of rain and that the farmerg are quite contented-with the prospects. The crops are looking better by one hundred, per cent, thoii at this time year, and people are getting ready to seed a larger acreage than ever next year. The weather and soil are both idea] for breaking and the farm- ers are taking every advantage of hundreds of acres being broken every MILLINERY SALE J per cent, off all Trimmed Hats, Shapes, Flowers, etc. We arc closing our season and want to out alJ summer goods, so thai whcuTall conies will have nothing but new goods to show von. so will continue our sale of one- Uiii-d off until the end of June, also" 20 cent, off all motor bonnets, veils, ribbons, laces. MISS CAMERON HILL BLOCK. RCDPAJH 8T. TMK CORONATION OP KINQ GKOHGK V. CANADIAN In the moBl elaborate reproducinrUieCoronarioii Xnvnl KcvIewiteptlheiKl THK KHOW THAT THE WHOLE WORLD WONDKK 9QO.O41 ;