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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 21 sf, 1912 TITE LETTTBRIDGE DAILY HERALD This WeekV Grctcery Bargains at L. C.TEEPLE'S guaranteed satisfactory, or money cheerfully refunded FfesH Drinks Choice Assortment 'of Sundries' 25c per bottle Cuitard Powder large nd tins CvV Lime Juice, Monsterrat bra Cucumberi, fresh, ptr bottle Mf large size, each ..dWv Ice Cream Powder 2 ;r packages, for bQC n Sugar, finest, B.C. frIIced, per Ib Rlpa Tomatoes, fancy stock, per Ib Asparagus, fresh, tender California, per 4 B pound 1 OC Rhubarb, four pounds bOC Lattucc, Radishen, Gresn On- loni, fresn Daily, per 10 bunch OC Cr 3 for ioc. Bananas, per Br dozen OUC Freah Cocoanuta, 15 cents and Soap, 3 Baby's Own Soap, per OCj% 3 cake box vww Pear's Soap, 2 cakes Sauce, Tuck-field's imported, 4 CTj., per bottle i OC Seeded -Raisins, 16 A pkgj. 2 for COC Force, _ 2 for bJJU Corn Flakes, Kel- Wheat 1 package 9 UC FERRY TURNED TURTLE AUTO WENT INTO RIVER Glciclicn, Ihe oliljilnl oft into tin iml Uir men cable on llic.Ciovcrnincut ferry on tlic tlic hit. lust as How Hiver near tlie North Camp "lc auln "n tllc cal1'' lllokt' .h and resulted in the loss of a lli" "ml lloileii oil iloun sliuim II li, UQ.OO automobile and o valuable set I siun nMff mc, ort- of surgieal instruments, and man lefr jisleul.u with men had a narrow-l-scanc Iron, drown-1 nm, it tlic auto will be Murdoch Mel.eod' was taking ughe-s to Qurenstown and ran his car onto tlic ferry lo" cross. The riv- er is now higher than it hits been For sonic years and very ..swiff, and be- fore the ferryman could get the head of the ferry swung up si ream the Low. was forced under-1 ho water. Tlic other men did best to assist him, but Hie bead of the ferry con- tinued to sink and finally tin: auto is located when the river lowers ami Hughes' case of -instruments, bill thcv will he seriously damaged, and as wither c m Uloid sucli losses it is hoped tip will make good the loss. Ihe Qtif fanners tiic now obliged to (onu iiiomul tin, bridge this inculrnt stipes to their contention thai a bridge should he built-.where the ferrv'is located. Uhiei' Gil- "Veiled insinuations scattered g; lespie this morning in speaking of tht nuich-talked-of police investigation "which would lead'to the belief lhat it is myself and my actions which are leading to the.investigation, and 1 be- Hev-a. that 1 have-been placed in a very unfair .light before the public. ''So far as f am'concerned I wel- come an investigation Into any ac- tions of mine during the four years I j have been chief of. police In Leth- bridge. But I .do not think that the remarks of Aid. Bowman at the Tues- day council meeting were directed at me. They were directed at the police committee of the council, and I may say that in ihe past four years 1 have never.once been asked to at- tend -a meeting of the police com- mittee. "The insinuation that I should wel- come an Investigation into the police .department- accounts is most certainly out of order. Not a, solitary thing ordered for the de-j partinent since..fjfhave, been in charge I have been but1 has gobc through the stores dc- Phone 515 L. C. TEEPLE 4th Ave, oppo site Court House partment. 1 send in an order for I what I consider is needed. These or- ders are either .O.K'd by the police chairman'or the mayor, and 1-'novel see the1-order again uiilll the goods are delivered. In this respect my "de- partment-'is run along ihe snnio lines us every other department in the municipal organization., and to say that I should welcome an investiga- tion into my accounts, 'which, by the i 1 arc audited every month by the oJlicial 'auditors, Js an under- j haDded attempt to place nie in a false Mayor Hatch, when asked about the matter, aaid that the desire meeting of thex- police committee to get at a basis' of., regulation charges for police uniforming, etc., was some- thing which should have been done some time ago, but the council never had the least t bought of making- an investigation affairs of the de- partment; for the reason that there had never !been any call for such an investigation. PREMIER FLEMING SWEPT, PROVINCE V h Our Cakes Cost More! There's a reason, thcj're vioi-th mwc. Try them and you'll have no other Union Bakery Wm 14K, Cer. int SI South P9ULTRY DISPLAY PLANNED Novel Feature to- the Benefit of Di vernfied Farming at the Dry- Fa-mlng r a large crowd roughlj handled and kicked about the shins. "y she got aw Eventuai- BEAR FOR OUR ZOO (Nekoii News) S. P. Pond, ol tlic TaUm Milling A Klcvntor compain. las, purchased j His two ciih heirs from the Citi f dh THE NEW.. BURNSWICK GOVERN WENT RECEIVED IVIQST FLAT- TERING VERDICT St lobn NBrlune Ihe re suits .of the provincial elections 'in this province-to.d'u nab to conf 11111 the Fleming in poner with an overwhelming majority. The r'CFult was loolred for, hut perhaps ;Wfth.-a less sweeping majority. New never had a straight Party government until and the people are not as partisan in pro- vincial matters as. obtains in other provinces. Having had but four years of power, the government had iniide i no'serious blunders, and, .there was j nothing upon which to make an out- standing issue! Of course, the Federal ministers topic a hand in the the full strength of the-Intercolonial. Railway organization was wielded against the Opposition The government haxci lots in tf esc COMPANIES OWN THETOWNSITES FROM OTTAWA BAS- ED ON INCORRECT INFORM- ATION CAUSED FURORE TIIEHh is jiotliing about the home more hcauiilul 01 that adds nunp to 30111 satisfac- tion and jjMaMue than a kept The thing'most necessary for this'is a good lawn mower. The lawn Is left smooth and ev.en and the weeds cannot1 grow Our 1 nui mo n era mile the uork i pleasure nther than a task 1 hev hait sun nnng in Ihe nccli In T'lnici He Mcralil rcccnth to the eurcl tinl the inor not far fioln (lii, power housn hioiiglit ID Macleod and taken to the Cioieinii't.nt ropudMled tho right of of tht, little fellou com liospildl uherc he died the lone to sell town lots m painons ucrr ncaibt hut ucic of ciused quite a torn mo- tion in tht, j'ibs towns iinri is I he number of one 01 mentions the despatch less to lend i helping .hand 1 V.Q of 1 the noikmen at the power is bclttied to fnllen'from his rinf on his to' hn at onre notilicd and suicec led later 'jatich in the hills Ihe horses arriv 111 locating the borii, which tik j cd the cnipfcv wagon md coining uom the Iltr.Uri s I rank'en nslioiL and lirsl aid rLndeied Ur 'noticed Proceeding t-he ilong (he Iriil the man wis u, denied iiie eompjinic coining 11 correspondent sumption 1 lie (irspitcli originated in I scent hut le too late for the' He is befitted to Ime lam out on east ind MIS puhlish-'d HI Doling life liad departed The le-'ihe priine all night peg diid other pipers iinins v ere afteivvartis taken chaigt, I lie Ilri-jIJ pullisiud it an or 01 I S Fittcilv, convened aiut fll wronq was lafei lironght on 1 uns of nrvs item bit is pleised to them to the famih lesidence where lean, tliil tbp inioim-tUon hTstd on fict is if imd a distiub- int, pffLcf on tho-c who hid bought not the p-urnis ncrc cncrcome Mth bu.n a ,u "old timer He very.alight opposition in the next leg- Icliture. That the provincial results are not .necessarily n reflection of popular opinion in Federal affairs was indi- cated; by the Laiirter government. Cr rying the province after the sweep of four years ago by the local Conser- vatives, under the leadership, ar Mr. The ppople or New Bums wick arc hotly oartixan af- nitl no.n-partizan on j proiincial issues The resuits b, rldlngs wefe John Tille Mr. John general main get of the Coal Com: panr, Ltd., writes.thai (ha H-illcrest iownsitc is not on goieinment land hut is owned outright bv tlie com- pany and is a .subdivision of tihe s'.w quarter of <-ec 211 tp 7, nnge w 01 (be meriflinn tegistcred at Milmonloit..under the atithoriiv of the minislci of public w nrks Ian 21 1908. f and is sondmt, them bs ev go1ernment elect ten