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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rnr, HAH.V The Question Is vshii 0 i it dnv llf Itttf ttt it The Answer Is li OLIVE V n.ti V VE O o "Map ef JUly" Not lay but on accoual of the rapid ta sales ol V.V.OQ. In tbe North- VO.O. It TlrM of the best ripe Italiui OHree; In tho highlit luallty lhat Italjr can produce, can le depended upon for uniform quality all lime. your protection that the Njfne "John Vtttuccl'1 on ptekage JOHNVITTUCCI CO, Larfeit importers of Pure Olive OH In tho Norlhwelt. Seattle, Vantouvar, B. C. Ml I.. il ii'iiif- MI) L fJi'ifyilsMi'tt Uuu 11 Ml iiirjii 'l ..If-, ftr fc 'E'bfi o h tl J-! 1 Ki-Uff aiilt LilurtUnx at 4i ti.r Rtrti.tfd tbil i the allon of Jui.r Kj-.gv, ir.j the (lepth, Ihe (O of "SALADA" A TEA Unequalled for Fragrance and Wholesomenest. Sold In Itftd Bliok, Mixed and Greatest Deluge i in Years Ensures a Bumper Crop tier tLi. ltd tie rV b" t> a Si'j u.i conir.icl Is to Tbe mo ij rtr.l vl.'j! 'III i .cl a TKnr Kr.it.ir.frr Hirx-li itngiit IID-JJ lit nf itlok! the suu and wind, olily a small portion of this amount o! Crater, is blared up in the soil, or becomes available to Ihe plant Nev- ertheless the figures are ver) inter- and staUtjjig. when, tbe Ktfn tiock lirtl ovcui'lfcd It it ibu'iKhi bore will be little QKKxiiloti tg iht lave been Bldely adierilied. WILL VOTE m 15 LYNCH LAW FOR A FIEND WHO ASSAULTED TWELVE- YEAR-, OLD GIRL Hot SprhiM, Ark., June N'cnnan, a negro, charged with an as- sault on Garland Huff, a twelve-ycBr- old- tthltD girl. viAS'capturefl in the nearby mountains early last night, and thirl.'" minutes Jaler tflten by n mob of cittisns and hanged [o a tel- ephone jinie'on R business corner "ol tlio city. The girl died last night without rosaining consciousness. Nor- hpiJy, stripped of tts cfolhing and punctured by hundreds ol bulletn, left hatigiDg under an arc light lor tr.ore than an bo'jr, after "which it was cuv down, and burned. RATEPAYERS CAN VOTE ASSUR ED THAT EVERYTHING IS IN GOOD SHAPE July has been set as the date for the on the which were on June 9, and afterwards found to have beta This was decided yesterday by City Solicitor Ball find Secretary- Treasurer Ilobinscn, acd the bj vill be "again lor the time tomorrpft. Tfae total oi the tour bylaws this time if less than uhen milled. This IB cauEtd by the finding by the auditors of a cross 'erilrj ol the credit ot tbe iue. m ah ing it instead. Great care was exercised by the of fields who drew up ths now: lo set ibat there were no mistakes in tti3 relating to. Indebtedness auij power." Tha city'34 is given ns shourt in the aesesament ligurea, approximate- ly while the indebt- edness Is Riven al in round Usurer. _ j it is'understood that the C- P. R. IANVAS WHICH CHANGED HANDS FOR 35 CENTS MAY BE WORTH J1W.OC3 Melbourne, June picture bf- licved (o by is linoJt value. recently as a Epecula- tion by an auctioneer here for 3s) cents. He put it up lor auction last and the can; as changed bands (or ihe purchaser being Ur- Som- ers, of Perth, A. Tbe doctor Is convinced (hat he has a Renuine Ru- benc and puts the value ol ibe picture at He will leave for Lon- don ne.U iconib. In order to submit his canvas to the president of tbe Royal .Academy and other an ex- perts. ROBERTSON'S WILL MOVE Robertson's book store, after July 1. will be found next to the Bank of Commerce. This firm Is enjoying a fuH share of busiaesa development, and is going to go afttr the trade even more rigorously by securing a atore on the main street. Tomorrow afternoon the city cour.- meet "in special Eession for the purpose of Birih'Bg Vale. Everything is nor, iuVeadtness for the occasion, and 'there ill he plenty of reports on hand to furnish an) necas- information deeired by the alder- The current estimates prepared by FOR WOMEN'S 'AILMENTS Or. Cartel's Female have been the Standard for 20 years and all day purnpng out Gooded cellars. There rlenty of juice and very little in ihe electric v.iret. were at a pre- rclum. The lamp was pressed into service hy for- uoBte enough to bare ont Going to ied la tbe dark the rule. -It was September 15, 1307, the, diy last saw such a storm es that of! ast night, EO far as putting the elec- HgbtlriK system out oJ business concerned. It a storm bat time. Many houses were in dark- ness for three or four nights then. The copiDE of the building I Buffered, while two plate glass win- dows In the same buitdtag were blown out. DOFfiley t Mulhern acd the old Brltlrt Colonial stand were tbe offices that, suffered. In the Hull Block the window oE Bawden Bros.' siore vent in Four men were kept busy ID the basement ot the same building, trriag to bale H out so that stock in stores vrould not suffer.- i Half the norih wall of the Cadillac garage on'Ninth, street Soutb was blown down. The building uas com- pletcd.only. last November. It belongs to'Donald Dulf, Many thought there had -been an explosion of when'the wall down, 1 The sljible at Ibe rear Goodraao's was practically demolished. H. A. McKlllDp his delivery he there, but the> not injured. Roofs all the city showed up leaky spots last night Sky- lights were the cause of more than a little of tbe roof damage. Last Two Days of Sale Great Saving to Buyers on Men's Suits Suits on Saturday Will Be Sold Less Than Cost Price SUITS In I.i9ht Engli.h Value Special for Sjt-jr- re ffl 99.9U HEAVY BLUE SEHQE SUIT; valu. (or SCOTCH WORSTED AND ENGLISH' TWEEDS; dark eolort, or brown. Value to If for )O. i 0 HEN'S ODD PANTS, special for eft Saturday 9 1 ,OU Clearing up odd lines of jhirt value up To Special Per Saturday.................... MEN'S COTTON SOCKS Pur'palr MEN'S CANVAS SHOES, Ptr pair MEN'S STRAW HATS, Each 4 f 1 Op LINEN TOWELS, MEDIUM SIZE Each BABY Sliet one lo three. OC-' Per pair COG CHILDREN'S makel, valuea up to Special for Saturday. C DJ iten 5n tbie lao, or tiacli, uorth While they iast Girls Ribbed Cotton Hose Ato-Ji left and be goae rib. all lo morrow only. 2 1" 35c The Balance of Those 55c Sample Hose 18c pr. Tomorrow will see this Ur.e comp'.etelj 'R-lpeJ 35c 50c. eu'Il In the IOL Vour last chance, be Bai-jrdav- Fine Silk Lisle Hose Worth 75c pair for 2Sc N'o neeil to pay T5c (or fine lect lisle hole, these are on eale at 25c a pair. Tans, white, black, also msnj' fancy desiens aud embroMer- ed Hose. Child's Socks Usual 20c a 4ood of pure white, white fancy, and tan. up 4 to "i; for tomorrow only 1 Uv Child's LisleHose Child's Jllfc I-tElc Hose, tine ribbed colors, p'.nk. s'oy, tan, Sizes up lo On for the last time Itr rair Men's Hose Black Usl5 Hose do-jble foot and reinforced and heeis. Regular 25c 4n- for.................. lac 15c For Ladies Vests Worth Up To 35c A Garment More of those fine Swiss' Uibbed Vests, wirh or viithout sorce slightly Imperfect, but niH not hurt ihe wearing: qualities. OUTSIZE short sleeves line -ribbed cotton, full Regular .35 cents. Last Day Price 15c GAUZE is the only in th'j year that VA will offer thftje 40c drawers at thirloR" price. Just JO dozen to clear, per pair 25c Warners Rust Proof An Ideal Corset For Summer Wear Buy a corset that is positively guar- anteed not to rust or break. A pair given l( they do. See tae haw weight Ions skirted, low bust modelF, new in this week. WARNER'S Kuat-Proof Corset, two styles, medium or low bust; long over the hip, light fr 4 weight, 18 LO 25 flzes I new Xetno CorFet in this ask for Xo. 212, the Solid Ser- vtce outviearariy (TS-O cor- sets made. Sizes up to ff O 7C EXTRA 1 EXTRA! Watch To-morrow night's Herald, for the' Biggest Surprise of the Year-Make a.special trip down town Saturday .just to see the treat in store for you. The windows tell part of the, story. Rylands Co. The Sell For Less Store The rrorertr of the tombstor.e orkR on Seventh street URS damag- ed. Someone said grue damage done there. Phj-slc.11 Director. Gilmore's chlch- en house n-as blown' A rooster li to have Mown coop. The dtr HgWed In pitches. The park lighting system renvafned !n baslr.css. On Hfth Vtrett tbe lights neii otl from Alixandra to Ihe rullsE, but remained on from Gnt'i hirdwsrs to Prophet Fotler caid there oe plenty of r4ln during Int- ter iialf o( June. Mr. rosier will be zlloacd to Ike. He guessed right The Hed ,cars, wesl-hoiind, We illrcrlcd fo 13th strwt and 3frl tut over hour last riirlns fo an aulo slwA on Siith xcmieibe'tneeo Uth and 13th street There is a big dip in the i Eirtel Ihtre, and ahdut five inches of! water nisde enough mud to stall the. auto rightjn the middle oE ihe UarV. Eventually a team ol horses were requisitioned and pulled it out. The auto xas not. rtamaged beyond one buffed tire. Cranbrook Had it Too CranbrooV, June If. The worst etec niritf and storms in ;eacs visited Cranbiool; Isfe this alleinoon doiug considerable minor AN OBSTINATE BATTLESHIP Hamburg, Germany. June third allemnt was .-made lodny to auncti the German battleship Derf- fllnger. bnt without success. Sha was christened and refused to from the stocks. A second attempt to launch her Ml- ed. "-V WbenBiMng M Ifet M yt-1 m the tov 6r Uklar yat In tic tft r WINDSOR fj fAMl SALT EMPLOYEES OF BANFF HOTEL PERISH IN IGNOBLE MEN Banff. June Bell ens and .Illy Sulherlaiid, each _ twenty-five eATS of age, and employed at the Banff Springe Hotel, were drowned lafe yesterday afternoon, when a raft, which carried them, overturned in thi: Spray. The two girls" and five male em- ployees of the hotel, 4ere standing on the raft, which was tied to tbe em- bankment at the confluence cf thv Bow and Spray rivers. The fastenings broke and ttie raft rushed out into the swirling waters of midstream. Four of the ir.erj, -whose names cannot be learned, sprang overboard and swam for shore, leaving the women to thair fate. The filth frantic ef- forts to run the raft to safety, .but failed 'As it dashed over fills the women were thrown, into the surg- ing waters-, dashed ngalnst thft then were lost to The one man who attempted to res- cue them was later rescued In an ex- hausted condition. It is charged that tbe women might have, beon had not cowardice aaserted Uislf. An Investigation will held. WILL LECTURE TONIGHT Colonel Tatlor, of of ex- plosives of tie Stale of Tork, Kill tect'lre at S o'clock tonitot, at he T. M. C. A. on" ud heir Safe Transportation." MH. NOT TALK I NO Mcose June Com- missioner Slaplet If hen uxUr, looic- ng'orer prospectlre sites tor tire in- ernd! elevator. He V7is and would DO'lDformiUom. TO HANDLE A TOUGH TOWN -Brintford, Ont., June S. H. Felker has been appointed chio o! polite, al Edson, THE PERFECT SHOE forSUMMliRSPORtS In Smart Sly In, Suitable For Erery Outdoor Occiuion ;