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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PajfeS THE LKTimiUDGE DAILY HERALD Thiu'Mla.v, June ID, Ml 3 While Reports are not Discou- raging They Reveal Back- ed Conditions Every- where Jixo to graph received (row r CEO -h'Jtidred corrssposdeuts ihe western Canadian-pro-] Aif iis rfrpcrte.1 Voth bartej acd oats law acd elon. (.Hip re- 1'oried fronx hot vrliuU Raio Js si wbfcrfr for grains A fair of points report eoadittors ar.d pm- The rejorts Indi- cate that practically all the ILat i? and 15 per VCQT. of The as a considering llif- dile, bile not actuallx dlsco-jr- JSlfS. are far from entirely sails- factory. Tfce btigfci r.[ vvtesi that oa- my xrcsatsse of it can to report ,n the ena as to tbe of uheat and [June. It takes fifteen of sstimaud progress siscc weather (3 In >kethcr raia is needed, signs ot trcsi.jstot before ihe head Is formed, tiouble frcoi culnorsi. general condi-faiid at least five tnust be of oaU and Parley, and from the appoarauce ct the of Has is uv. tse the grain is ready to be data bax been Tbls wcu'tJ bring the harvest y points reported 6 end of Auat-st, reeaus tea inches; A3 reported wheat crop beja Uanscr of frost ing from 5 to S inches; it matures. vtheat 1C to 24 and stiav in aay case would b Tib.-al frora 4 to 0 Inches. Nol a wbEca, however, is a sei gle point reported tfheat, in as some of th Some IP points reported vrunuble troys have been reap ir will be disaslro-js if they do from short straw; but if the jet rain Immediately; 35 is euffiolemly tot to mature th rain needed; SO reported absence bKore frost corceg the heads ar and reported to be the yiel u-bisture for the present. From points caste reports of daieage staff correspondent, TOO has coi cutworms, but in no case is U oiacb of the country during tb Ioti5., Fifteen points report frost ten days, stales tbat the cro ing the month, (ibis question was summer fallow and Epitog plowic not lulb any i3ea that ihe clean and ot gcod color, is Tvpul3 be heavy enough io do acd Icoks capable ot standin damage, but s imply to check up coniliilons, but that aliuoa titeal io irhkb growth cad it is late, v.iih s. no been retarded by cold eicepiious. crop 03 slut joints report progress of grain is shott, late and weedy. The oa sipw, and points indicated Is tbln on the ground ia man Kegress bid oaly been fair; while suggesting' that rain an Eiaud emphatically that may germinate a tec been gocd. A few pOtcts do growth, which would tend to icenlicn rchat fcas Con3lderabl tbe late barley u sutfering serious With regard to coarse for nan t of rain. HE NOW RETAINS SEAT UNLESS PROTEST tS SUCCESSFULLY THROUGH Calgarj, Jur.e appeal-was allowed in the Clearwater election case tthich will ptobahK" mean tte return oi H. W. McKinoey, the Lib- candidate in the division.' There bcven Disputed ballots in tte Election and Judge Reck made an or- to the reluming officer to couat tlitse. The court fouad that no such order should issued. Some of the judges that pBicer EbouU have''cn'jhtcd Ihe votes, otliets said rie should not- If is stated, that be a ot a protest to election. A trial wasoi- supreme couit in (he libel action of Kx-Alderman Minchin against Ssmls of'Cal- THEATRICAL COMPANY STRANUET Calgary, June Foy's tour Of the Canadian came to a sudden end tonight, the man- aeement of "Over the company, ct which Toy was the star, announced that he ivas unable" to-pay ealaTieo, and that all Bookings'of the company he cancelled, ThatTetept the Snnuner.Appctite i-i'.'' jQ.ur-linos .of cook- ed i meats and' sau- sages in' variety' '6i''qtiality, All "bur-meals' ,'ai'e dressed tq.attaiji then1, finest flavor. a; A. DELANY Phone 452 L'oyd George and Isaacs Admit Indiscretion the Enemy's Gun IW. A. i, London, the first lime in many-years, tie Cabinet -Min- isters. today to de- fend; their personal honesty oefore Pcriiament. 'The Atlornei-.GeDOrai, Sir ,Rufus Isaacs, ani) tb'e Chancellor of the Eichcquer, David Lloyd George, escused their dealings in American -Marconi shares on the floor. of the House, and the final scene in the af- fair, which their politico] "enemies had attempted to magnify into a scan- rivalling the Panama debacle, was tense and d'ratnatic. The galleries were filled Bith peers and All the seals and f roc- Dion the floor oc- cupied. The cno ministers admitted, they had acted without dishonorable Inten- tions, and regrelte'd their fault to all the. facia the> hud made the- denials to last Octoher of buying Marconi shares. Hariog tlnisJieft their defence, in de- ference to -Jbe tradition (hat the House should bp left io their conduct the embarrassment of (heir presence, they walked frorn the chamber A "great" cheer from their partisans folloired them. the members standing on the benches waving handkerchiefs and pa. perj, The resolution Introduced by George Cave, Unionist, in behalf of (he Oppo- silicn, which brdufeht about the" de- bate, went no further fn its censure than to- express this -regret, of the House at the transactions of Ihe min- isters and the lack frankness dis- plajcd by them toward Houso of Commons, Dy esnicsslng liielr regrel, 'thereby tgrettng the (lie the guns'.of tnelr bltltrpst nho'regarded the PI ARICF 1V1Vtj THE LADIES STORE 'I..-'.. Acadia Block FRIDAY'S Extraordinary Bargains ALL AROUND IN THE "ALL AROUND" SALE Offer without a doubt the most liberal savings yet announced on worthy merchandise of dependable qualities AY p.'re combiumg for lomorrcnv, all I he valm-s of ouv "All Around Sain" which includes pur entire stock of merchandise, with a score or inojv of Friday 'ntr- jSiiu items, speoiu.Jly ehoseu by reason of their snilabilily to needs and phenom- enally .low imceiugs, with the idea of making- this tViilay the record sale, day of this splendid saving event. IF WgRTHV AjlO THOROUGHLY DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE IS YOUR DESIRE; IF BROAD AND COMPREHENSIVE SELECTIONS INTEREST YOU; IF ABSOLUTELY THE LOWEST POSSIBLE BARGATrTpRICES ARE YOU SEEK; THEN YOU'LL SURELY BE AMONG THE ENTHUSIASTIC BUYERS HERE TOMORROW AND CAIN THE ADVANTAGE OF TREMENDOUSLY INCREASED PURCHASING POWER OF YOUR DOLLARS, TOTALLING IN MANY MUCH AS DOUBLE THEIR ORDINARY VALUE. SAVINGS ARE IMMENSE In AH Lines of Hosiery and Gloves listed here arc only a representative demonstration of the splendid savings to be gained throughout every other line la these departments. FRIDAY AROUND" BARGAIN J IN LISLE HOSE Worth up to 40 cents.- FRIDAY "ALL AROUND" BAR- J GAIN IN SILK LISLE HOSE J....... Values up to SO cents. :i9c 33c FRIDAY "ALL AROUND" BAROAIN IN GUARANTEED KID GLOVES -.Tans only, Regular Sl.so'vjluc. FRIDAY AROUND" BAR6AIN LISLE GLOVES j... All colors, worth up to 40 centc.' ,75c 19c Friday AH Around Bargains in all Trimmed Hats Half Price This Includes choice of our endrc slock of Jiigh grade American without any reserve whatever, at eiactly half actual value. Every- thing Reduced In dress goods and linens and damasks, cot- tons and sHeel- towels. and tcwellmgs, Han- and f'annet- jetc. FRIDAY IS READY-TO-WEAR DAY AND SAVINC5S THROUGHOUT EVERY LINE OF THIS SPLEN DID STOCK OF EXCLUSIVE GARMENTS ARE TOO GOOD TO MISS. Tnis is undoubtedly "the opportunity of the. season to supply all your needs for the holidays, (or travelling ioatlni: or for the mountain retorl. and at prices bordering on manufacturer's cost. ooaims, inai Clean-up Sate and prices are marked at a figure low enough to the and without regard to the PBETTY HOUSE f4 DRESSES I I Worth up to 53.00 All nnde of Scotch GinEhams and guaranteed Io wash. MULL AND J ff A 7C .'WASH DRESSES i 3 Worth up to S10.00 Some samples and others jegular stock. All ?ocd styles. NEWEST TAILOR- i ED SUITS Regular to M7.50 Kvery garment new this season and priced at exactly talf for final clearance. "ALL AROUND" J .COAT SALE Worth up to All the prettiest and most exclusive models of the seaion'tneluded, prjcp illUV, 7C i I 3 "ALL AROUND" 1 COAT SALE j Worth up .Our entire tloclt includtd. ranee ot prices mentioned. "ALL AROUND" ra ftft DRESS SALE J----5O.UU t Regular up to J11.50 Emhroldered Voiles and mulli and do- eat nash dresses ot every kind. Iv? 'ALL OTHER LINES OF READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS REDUCED. Every- IhiDg Reduced In and white -a bigc garmtnti elc. Friday All Around in best Prints and atlOc A complete.stock pf-finest qualities in luedium and dark colors, slripes, checks plain weaves. .Every piece guaranteed faat.t TRULY REMARKABLE SAVINGS In All Underwear and Cambric Whitewear Space does not allow a'detailed description of the various lines nhlch sie direct rour'txirttcular 'o- morrow, the prices tell B eoQTiuclng of important savings. FRIDAY "ALL AROUND" BARGAIN '1 IN PRETTY GOWNS AND SKIRTS worth up io FRIDAY "ALL AROUND" BARGAIN IN PRETTY NEW CORSET COVERS Worth uji Io 45 FRIDAY "ALL AROUND" BARGAIN IN RIBBED LISLE VESTS J Values worth up to 1B cents. FRIDAY "ALL AROUND" BARGAIN IN FINEST LISLE VESTS Values worth up to 40 centi -V" lOc case cal Jl s an opiiort'inltj- "to'mako i.olltl- llal. recendj-; at thf, trial of Cecil Che'elerton, on -a charge of criminal libel in connection nith the govein- ment'a wlrekss 'contracts, Sir Rulus Isaacs Insisted thafhfs conduct had been perfectly correct. The comparatively lame endtr.g to 4 fierce controversy .aBpa-renlly the resort of a truce hclween the party leaders to protect- "Ihe good of Parliament. The'- Liberals Mrs If allackcd unfea- U the hyticd Conservative sale of Sal- for groiinil.. ihn chsmber. (nlereit In thu Kincch '.atr.fnt during the South African and directorships held by other ministers in firms making contracts witb the from almost forgotten grares. Two more different ijpes than the ministers before the' House could not be imagined: Rufus scholarly- ami voice of a priest; David George, wbom aristocrats look vifoa contemp- tuously as "the -Welsh as theatrical and emollonal. Tbe Attorney-General's statemtnt of the care wss Uke thai of a Juflge from (he bench. HeMesJred to lake all re- ?ponEibilit> for'tempting the Cbdn- cellor oi tht, Exchequer acd Lord Mur- ray of EHbank Into the affair, Chancellor I-loyfi-T.corgc could nol refrain from denouncing journa- lists who had spread rumors oi cor- rupfiou, and saM; iUbcugh the charge of corruption has been exploded, damp Teniains and the fumes are polsoiiiag the blood of the people now engaged in considering ihe minor charges. "I am conscious- pi having 'done to bring any stain the hon- or of the mla'Eterjj of the Cross n. If you will, 1 acted thoughtlessly and carelessly; I acted mistakenly, but I acted innocently, ojienly, honestly. Tfinl 13 nhy I (o place mY- selt wltb conlitlcnce in the hands, not raerftij" of my but uf all tba-rscmb'ers assem- O AUer the Collect- ed tbeir papers "and rei'nrcd. .from Ihe scene of Ihere came an anlc-clhnaT. .llord'RObert Cecil.'Mtf had made (hc'fnjnjiTUy report of the Shotlld'tise-Ihe new i Ocforless SANItARV OARBAGE CAN Onft loading of disinfectant Iwta al( Sample'cart be seen at David- son Melal Co., 32t Sixth St. 5, Olander'a Hardware 13th St. N. Harll-Catterzon Hardware Co, JJHh fit. North, or ?ce agent, J. R, BERNARD, 12lh A. N., Ulhbrlfjgt investigatlns committee censuring the created a email sensation by repbinjj to -Chancellor Lloyd George's charge. He tried to make the case, against the ministers .as bad as possible, saying: "If 1 "wished, I could made a really flaming report.- have said a great things, aart I am quite ready-to tell any-member privately of I rejected because I did not consider that the, fifence justified-me in pulling them' before the House or the country." Leo Money, Liberal, shout- td: "You ought', to sUle Lord'Robert" Cecil repHed: f I do not think it fair to sUte In public. tWngs there is nol enough evidence to ftmify." Jlr. Monsy: VMr Speaker, the.noble lord has made the'matter one of In- nuendo" The Speaker: 'The hon. member la not entitled to Interrupt because he does, nol agreETwuh the noble Iprd." Stanley Owen moved as an araendmenl ;that -the' House express Jts reprobation of the false charges of corruption. Sir rredtrjcfc Bantiury, UnlonSsl, Tnprcsealing the City of London, denied that the minority report Tlie night Hon.-Alfred Lyttleto'n re- ferred to Ihe early bankruptcy'cf S'r Uufvis Isaacs ns a gtocitbroker: oth- erwise, he said, hJd career had heen of the highest honor.' The flight Hon. Mr. Samuel, Post- maslcr-GenCTal, whose name ftfvs link- ed wEth those of the and the Chancellor o! the In the earlier noAspapcr stories, re- peated hig denials of any deals In Mar- coal shares. Interest la fccyjsed in fhe.cJosins speeches of Premier Asiullh and Sir Edward Grey, Secretary .for Kore.'ga Affair3, tomorrow. RAYMOND Kaynior.d, June rain which yesterdas' vras veiy much apptc- i cialcil, anO the facniers just west ol whrre the rain fell heaviest, are rejoicing. Some of ihe sleets which were shipped from hcie en Monday weigh- ed 2120 Its. At