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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. June THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKETS e. MR. m si FMu LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provliloni Prices paid farmers: Ko. 1 Northern........... No- 3 Northern.......... No. 3 NoilUrn.......... No. J Northern.......... No. 5 Northern.......... No. 1 No. I K5d............... No. 3 lied................ No. 4 Red................ Ko. 2 Alfalfa, ner ton....... No. 1 Blue Successful Pastorate Closed Last Night in Wesley Church j Impressive Finale O.C9 055 n the choir leadlcg Ihs congre- I O.IGJsatlon iu a most Impressive rendering 0-7 of he slth >M llll we meet lha pastorate ot Rev. T. F 1100rmy terminated In Cturch night. There tits large con 16.00 GRAIN MARKETS grogatlou present to hear the parting words of tho man had faithfully ministered lo tho congregation for the GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, June Koeers Company, cattle linportirs, report thai the weather continues very and trade slor. Cattle are nil Hai lo per yound. nPPREGffl f 1 MISS MclNTYRE Epousiblliiy and privilege. ,and b leaves for the ancient city of Quebec carrying wllh htm the ben riehe and high regard of a Lost ot frlendi. last night Sir. Perry spoke from Corinthians "And now abldeth Faith, Hope and Love, and. the greatest of these IB He argued from the negnlk'e glde of Ube subject for some time to show great as ueallh, knowledge, pub. He recognition and. social prestige may be, Paul did not give them place among Ihe abiding things ot life. Every man should get hold of some- thing worth while, raul .dwelt oil the I permanent and esse'ntial. Faith was COALDALB llrat mentioned, and in this regard GIVEN PRETTY UOHTNINQ 8TRUOK A I the speaker 'lid not believe that Paul meant line r-joh-s and iHted tpukere, but a. work with confi- In and looking to Jtope. xru described aa the faith .actuated by slroag detire and bright Coaldale, 'June 23. Mis. H. A. eipectatioa. Love, tho greatest of sH, 6uggett entertained'Tuesday evening Ujoald tlie Impelling force ID lite foe SIlss Mclntyre, who will com- Lnd wnhout the lore which proceeds APPHS TO THE plete her 'seoofcd ferru of school nest week'and leaves lor her borne at Eiiraonton. The. party a surprise for Miss flclntyre, acd during the evening Mr, Mitchell presented Miss Mclntyre a" beaotituf 'amethyst brooch from the parents and friends. Re- 'treshmenis of strawberries cream, lit dale and cotfee were Hiss Udy gave a short address" at Sunday erralng" service. Convict gants have completed the road leading Into Coaldale from Ottawa IS. S. Pawson lost about 11 tons of baled.straw, hvrned by lightning, during ihc. storm Thursday evening. The soaking rain was greatly appre- cialcd the same evening. REV. T. P. PERRY !rom the great loving heart of God ef- 'ectual service Is.lmposElble. la hlE cor-cluding sentecccs, Mr. Perry referred to tho toselblo acquis lion of wealth by some of the congre- gation in the past four years, and ex pressed the hope that ruilu niid love had been retained. Others may have lost lieavily, and he Loped that thcze ;reat cardinal virtues had not been lost also. in an earnest personal appeal, Ih eermon closed, and as tUe last word o the post-sermon yraycr was uttered, Iho choir started to slug "God be with you till we meet and too congregation, rising, Joined in the re- frain, uhlch jeemed to echo tile wlih of everyone present. Mr. Perry remains in the city until Friday, owing {o his children tak- ing the examinations in connection viith the summer term at the schools. KEEL'S Great Fair Week Sale Visitors to the fair with slender purses will find ours the only sale where one dollar will do nearly the work of two dollars. This is our only way of helping the clothing buyer who desires good clothes at a great saving READ OUR OFFERINGS AND THE WRECKED PRICES MENS' SUITS Of tho very latest shades and fabrics made by the "Yalo and K" Systems tailors, t'he finest elolhing that brains and money could produce Regular Suits.......... Suits.......... Suits.......... Suits.......... Suits.......... -817.50 Suits.......... Suits......... YOUTH'S SUITS Regular SIZES 315.00 Suits Suks Suits MEN'S ODD PANTS These Pants are modeled and tailored exclusively for us on Hil- (1 desheimer's latest famous designs. Full and semi-peg with and -with- out bottom oufl's; five pockets ovith hcH loops. V r'. v i( Regular Pants Should Always .Cling lo Theii Language IS AN MY OF 1HE MR. ARCHIE POINTS OUT RESPONSIBLE AQENT rOK DYINQ OF TREES Mr. Mitchell, ol the Coaldale Nur- terics, wbo irks in the city on Sat- urday, draw attention of a Her- ald representative'to'a [ungus wnich was destroying some" of the colton- woods _ on the toulevatds. This is kno'.vn in scientific circles as the lib- I' Ottawa. 'June shall we. cease lo. attach ourselves to political asked Armatd Larergne, .Nationalist lec- turer, of a gathering of over seven thousand members ot his race gath- ered to celebrate the sixtieth anni- versary ot the founding oi the Ott'a- branch ot the St. Jean Baptists society in the arena tonight. In those words Mr. Bourassa's aide struck keynote ol the whole, meeting, which lasted .until after mid-night. Union ol the French-Cana- dians was the pre-eminent thought ol the address, with the promise of the support ol Quebec the compatri- ots inTStarfrTin the fight for bllin- ual schools by Oliver Asselin, ol St. Jean Uaptlste society 06 Montreal. DRIVING HOME FROM NEW DAY- TON THEORIES AS TO PROBABLE CAUSE OF' ACCIDENT While on his relurn on Saturday evening from -Mew Dayton, '.to which place he had driven p. Alon- zo J. Wolgamotl. proprietor, of ths Livery, was thrown and killed, probably inslantly.' There were up witnesses- lo the tragedy, but it was known Ibat Wol- gamoll was driving a very'-nervous pair uf bronks. He was first found by John Cress, a fanner living about half way between Waine'r add. New Dayton. j Dr. D. D. McCallum, ot N'ra Day- ton, was called, but dead al Ihc time discovered.' Vl Word ot'.the .accident twas phoned to Warner, and an'automobile- was sent out for the body o I the .unfor- tunate man. The team'of'brents was found near the -bodj-J tangled! up in wire fence. MEN'S FINE SHOES Every itioe It offered at Cut Prices, and It will your losa to neglect thEi opportunity. Lace or button In' tan or Regular CC Regular A OC Cut Cut Floriheim Shoes Ten cents on the Dollar oif on all riorahelm Shoes and Oxfords. Men's H.B.K. Working Shirti Fael colors In blue-black, brown and tan shades. Regular U25 QEn Regulir Cut to........3OC Cut to.1.......O3C Men's Negligee j'. See the Shirts we are offering for 95c. Shirts from the best patterns and choice Shirts in every way. Regular 60 and QC A JU5. Cut to Pants Pants Pants Pants MEN'S HATS Eeg. Hat, cut to Uvular Cut 1 75 111 w Regular Caps Cutt Men's Balbriggui Underwear Eeg. 65q Garment, out to 45C Regular Combination Suit cut to Regular fl.OO Capi Cut to Men'i Half Hoie in navy, grey, (am and black Eftp Reg. 26c pair; Cut to 3 Palra for WWW Oliver Block, 5th St. KEEL Men's Furnishings IS NOT RUSSIAN SPY OR RE- A'MODEST .STUDENT AT HARVARD Cambridge, Mass., June' hann Gottr.cld Ohscl, who was driv- en trom Rusiia because ol his revo- THINKS 'LLOYO GEORGE HAS HIMSELF .'WITH COUNTRY ertelltt fagloa which, as its 'name im- wocimtcd with the beech trrt. if Teit, however, it appears to tatefi'a liking to the cotton- w.ijSs, and its presence is denoted by fi'amentjs. on the bufc. 7-ir. Mitchell fiist noticed this chasgo ol hunting ground on tho part ol the fungus while at Fort Sas- katchewan, There is no particular specific, agairiat the pest, hut as it spreads, the only measures arc to ic- Mr. Asselin chained the Frecch- CanaQiam wiib. having brought their present ne- cessity of fighting for'their upon themselves by their, lack of solidarity. But now a change' was coming, he said, union ivas in the air, and the first fruits o! it.vas'tbe determination of the dians ol Quebec to back up the'slani taVtn by their compatriots in On? tarlo. Mr. Laveignc announced that he bore a message from Quebec, Dr. J. H. Rivers was r-.'t'-J ST'J r. and is'now'accussd -i ,i.. I from nalive iho southern Town, and the circumstances. He i_ there could tie no doubt burthat de-leuiicr'a rc'iolulioaist or a police ceased camo to his death'from He is a citizen ol the United dental i-auses, anil an'inquest was [states. With his wife, Ohsel, who is not held. i ing ol the Rus- nut i sian seciet police, denied that he ft ,35 years old, is living modestly in S. Y. Hurst, ot Lethbritlge'.laccom-! this city. Since 1909, with some in panied Dr. Rivers, and attended L the funeral Deceased came to Warner .last tall ialjzing in from the States, and purchased ;'the Uas fin aisislant teachtr in an eco livery business from K.' course, and he is now working ncll. He leaves a but nochll-i 'o he has hem a studeat in the-Harvaid giaduate school, spec- economics..Tn 1911-12 -hi drcn. move the trees which it has succeed- (rights of the French in Ontario ate ed in killing. Places where the bat it {he sarne as those nhich em- is laid bare, or there are in the immorlal irunlng serve as openings e 5aid. "If tlic French o! 'Ontario made In p: ifor Uc fungus to pet. in its opcrn- strongly advises that these should hr. painteil over as a necessary precaution. th. Jseifantally Jlr. Mitchell remarkei young Irecs were lopped bfi to> shott in pruning. In order to obtain tho necessary tapering in the stems they should be allowed (o attain a greater height before being cut down BURGLARY AT NELSON NeUon, June" entered J. 0. Pstenatido's jewelry store early on Saturday mcruing, and stole from the window a thousand dollars' Tro .of and watches. CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manuftclured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Buehtc Wlnnlyea ave not the right to teach their anguage in their schools, the Kng- ish have not Ihe right in the prov- nce of Quebec." In their generosity, owevcr, French-Canadians "ot iec had accorded these" fights which Ontario refused. It-was not Ibe lan- ;uage which makes the Canadian cili- cn, but his character and his loyal- ('Uticn will we cease our differenc- es 1" ho asked. "When will we stop Ihinking that because, we ure in the minority ne must.ol necessity we have fought one against Hi characterized as foolish TO TRAIN HOTEL EMPLOYEES Toronto, June training'school hotel employees will be one of the important matters to be dlEcussed al the meeting ot the National, Ijotel Kcepeis' association of u held in Winnipeg, in September. It is expected that there wllj be three thousand members present a tho Winnipeg meeting. Arrangements have been made with the railways for special trains to carry .the eastern members antl their wives. a thesis for the-degree bt Doctoi ol Philosophy, which he hopes'to re in" lie lall. Then he eipects to teach.i "The report that I art in the-ser- vice of the. -said Ohsei, 'states also that I am a revolution- st, that is not (rue, in the Duma was a member o! the sotial demo- rat- parly, which brought cotres- irjnrlencc with the Socialist, party in tie Unilo! States." Ohsel was one ol 155 social ueino- :hose French-Canadians nothing hut English.'- w-fco spoke Mr. Lavcrgr.c prerlicterl a revival oi tie French language. Senator Belcourt, Ottawa, was an- other speaker.' In the morning twelve thousand members of St. Jean Baptiste soci- ety paraded through the s tit els and alterward altended an open air mass on Varsity avenue, at which Arch- bishop Gauthicr, officiated1. -KILLED BY LIGHTNING Medi.clne Hat, June McKay, a new arrival from tho country, and ehiployed aa sheep herder, fourteen miles soujh of 'Ir killed b'y lightning on Sat urday evening. A CONTEST IN HANLEY Begins, June Malcolm WMIeira on the Marcon political and commercial conditions in England. "Few attribute to Uoyd George cor rupt motives Iru this Marconi, busl said, "but the affair has ere ated a sensation throughout the coun "It is probably, as' the Common: ruUd, merely an indiscretion; _and i aho hw Us amiiilni slue. When Lloyi George went -.about the counlr; preach'lni the do'cjijnes ot the work ing man, and declaring that tie ma: who made his money by the sweat o his brow should 'alono be considered denouncing the wealthy and advoca Ing tho taxation ot Ihoso who had in hediled money, who ha made by lurty speculalion lo Ihe lirn It, no one supposed thai in a tew sho jears he himseir.-would. be taking a flier in Marconi in "order to enhance his fortune. "The "affair has lowered the pres- rel well known firms, were being queered. Canada could not .expect receive as favorable terms for Jut- loaus for gome time, the ast, move especially as-there was'a rowing feeling that some of tne Ca- adlan municlpalllleE had already ov- rhorrowed coniiderably. Referring lo the iutfragettei, Mr. Tlestly stated that they we'ro loslne alher (ban gaining ground. "Of courso they haVa many sym- said Priestly, "but on be whole they have, by their criminal aclicz, alienated the support ot thbu- ,ands. Fen- feel any pity, for' them, and Ihe hunger strikers excite no sym- pathy.. Th.e_general opinion Is IhaUH .hey wlah to commit Suicide Is heir o'wn lookout." AGUINALDO'S SON. REACHES JAPAN ToXlo, June ae'wspapers here reort tbo arriml In Tolrlo of John. Agulnaldo, son ot Emilio the former Filipino cr. They Bay he wore JapeDese.dress- and came to TokJo beinf [ol-; lowed later by a mite three Filipinos. The newspaper" fleet the imprenloi. which obtiina in some quarter! that he has come to, Japan to lake advaaUge of the i tlations between and CARE IN SHIPPING AND .HAND- LINO WAS THE SUB- TANCE .OF THEME .._ lied Elites lo securo the UbertUpn 6J-. the from A despatch Toklo, says from anaoono. ed the arrlral ot te city on his way to ToWo. H that in Koge. coatorrea, with several ul tfcai quarters It WM Tls-t it had to do 'with. the tha indeoendence of the FSiniaptow.' Tho foreign office at ToWo m no ol dissolulion ol Ihc second Duma. to Finland after remain- there months, came to this counlry by way of England, in Oc- tober, 1007. "I do oppose Ihc Russian govern- ment in Us policy of attempting to exile political Slid Ohsel, "and 1 spoke In Washington against the demand by the Kucslan govern- ment for the extradition of Jan Pouren, bur I arn not a revolution- ist, and I no dialings with the police, either swret or and don't n-anl. any." INTERURiAN IN OPERATION Victoria, B. C., June Vancouver Inland'! first suburban 'eUctrie line is now ID operation ud A greAi nuo cell. This line e'xtendi from the cipittl city ot Brlttnh ColnMbla for 22 miles ihrongh of aoJt fertile diitrlcti in .Canada, Peninsula fsmom for Saanlch cearm. Thlt will have great effect In the Uon ot Southern liland IL llioie wbo detire conn ige of the'chnncellor of tho oxchequei nd strucli a grave blow at the gov- rnment. Those who linoT.- conditions now that lha-Unionists are not real- y gravely concerned, and arc making i "scandal" for parly purposes, while he Liberals, who pass lightly over the luslneas are the onw who are really worried. The tide of public opinion U flowing against, the present govern- ment, but I doubt that they prill remain jn and jut through heir jrm :Ch aj'-ttrjme Rale tabllihrnest." Mr. Prlettlf be .la tbli country iome He a friend neighbor- of: jtn. on- Lewla, boM Efjllth home U >t Enffell and bM'maae the trip to thli country lo tecore from tcllve wort on ecco-ant ol Ill-health. Me'at the financial tirln- In England was really serious, An interested audience listened to Colonel Taylor at the Y.M.C.A. Fri- day night. The colonel is; the special agent ol bureau oi explosives'ol the American Railway associatiin, and knows his subject to. a nicety. lie compared the work o.f a. rail: way man lo that ol the military man, in thai they were both meeting with emergencies. He outlined the difficulties and Jailers 'attending the handling o( explosives, of the prepar- ation and c.irc that was necessary for the safe transfer of them, laying em- phasis on the care that, should be taken by the shippers. He illustrate ed his talk with lanlern views, the m6st effective being V view oi, the result ot a, terrific explosion, "caused by1 farmer attempting to in front ot an on-rushing train. In -the termer's wagon was a. luge load ot dynamite, nhich.jWlwti hit'by .tht DOMINION DAY spons LETHBR1DGE JULY 1st, Entilbltlon 1 Open to amateur m the Province. Five hundred dollan wfll "siren away la .j exploded, tjllltaf the engitetr, brakemin: About 35 were Ih atUndix-e the rnteting, a large (lumber otlig C.P. R. employtcs" froa the (Tetfhi sheik and shops, aid tratamea pondenls. 100 220 yftrto MOrtrtlt. ELOIN COUNTY-. Jar some time. Many large financial hollies' underwritten new. Istues found thlt tie public would riol take nil.'- In" Mr- try life with city "advantages (o hav; The precent schedule calls for.n fa three trains i day, JtJcna s i. TO CURE" A COLD IN ONE DAY I i- i, Ont., tl tioui norm swept Jrtrt ot F.lliB 'cfrMtr OB K cut iVktti twntf rodi wMe a ot k'ttlti toot, lovelllDg-everythlu In In the vicinity of were mrilsllv wrecked, trid rnisy "f- 14 mile HaimMrtKraw Mile Vault tfnlle-rm nw In 1 turn I to pull time HmrL LOCAL ntt itt Drlvlni ON ever) M r Motor -V. R. ;