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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Monday, .Tune CLARKE Store Phone 453 Acadia Block You Seldom Meet With Values so Attrac- tive as Are Offered at This Store Daring Wind-up of This fen Day Sale Just Five More Days, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Every Department of the Store Offers Its Most Enticing Values No such assortments within your reach as are presen- ted for your judgment and approval, and as for values, we throw down the gauntlet to any store far and near. RELIGION IS ta REV, MR. BRYDEN PREACHED ABLE SERMON TO UNITY COURT DcspUo Hie oppressive nature of the- atmosphere last .livening a large num- ber ot members and friends o[ tjnily Court A. 0. V. attended di- vine 'service iu St. Andrew's church, where the llcv. W. VI. Hrydcn preach- ed an excellent discourse on the es- sentials' of religion. .'The speaker cllevi attention lo tllp f.lLl tlmt irum> men at the piiAont ilj) although do ins good work, were unfortunately I lacking in Christian usefulness. It was fliC' life men led. .the efforts llicv made to help others, the work they did for God, aiid what was in tlteir hearts that stamped them as true sons of God. In visiting the father- less and comforting the widows, the A.O.I'1. were doing a work favorable in the sight of fiod 'I ful-i filling God's commands. Thev -were an .organization designed for the help- ing 01 humamt) and their operations were based on Christian principles. The preacher warinlv wel- comed the A. 0. V. to St. Andrew's church and praised the order for the noble work it was accomplishing. Wall Paper Can supply the best papers on a continent. Large variety carried in stock. Expert to do all Look over our display of papers, WELLINGTON BROS. S13-10th St.. S. Established 1897 Phone 1472 Tke Interest Shifts to Baltimore The Gravity Systems Cost (Continued from front page) ha; Alameda, Loclnvood, Imperial, Vanguard, Morse Bounty.V Wolfe and Thackeray, in Broxburn, Vulcan, Gleich-e-a, Keoma, Sylvan Lake, Alix, Coronation and Sedgwick, with two Dpt. yet located, in Alberta, Breaking, building, fencing and well drilling are already underway, Twenty-one sites have been select- ed for ready made fa-ras between Wolfe and Naseby, Saskatchewan, the first to 'be established in-Saskat- chewan. They will be ready next spring as be the seventeen at. Coal- idaie, and sixteen at Sou'tbesk, Alta. Next year the ready-made fami'pol- acy will be extended to Aranitobd, the 3and now being under selection by a corps of fiiamiaers Southern Alberta is to get two de- monstration farms and seventeen ready-mades next spring. This is but however, as, when the company has the department fully organized in every 'branch the vari- oui districts where the C. P. R. land holdings are as large as they are in Southern Alberta, will receive more Attention to details of the big coloniza ilon, and the-Lethbridge district .may look forward to a big influx of set tiers'who will go on .the -land with the sole purpose of making-a living off their farms, and not in any "way as R speculative enterprise Demonstration and Ready-Made Farms from front page) GET MAIL THREE TIMES A WEEK E. N, Higinbotbam, an- nounces that beginning Moaftay, .July ft, that the following changes will he observed in carrying the Dominion mails on the Letbbridge-Sundial .Commencing Monday, 'July it 1812 (the Lellibririgc and Sundial stage will leave Sundial as follows at 6 a. Monday, Wednesday- Thursday am Friday, arriving at Lethbridge same flays at IS.00 o'clock (6 p.m.) .Lethbridge -as.follows at 8 m Tuesday, Thursday, Friday am .Salurdai, arriving f at Sundial US 00 o'clock (6 p m -Route'travelled- being'via -anti Iron Springs Post'Office, leaving ant receiving mails at 'both these posts OLD-TIME WiNNIPEGGER- DEAD Winnipeg, .Tune Ruther- ford, of the lumber'firm of Ruther- ford and Brown, a resident of Winni- peg, for 40 j cat's, died on Saturday, LITTLE LAD .KILLED Indian Head, Sask., .Tune Donald, the four year-old son of, Mal- colm HetUermnfd, was run over by a 1anK wagon >caterday morning at his father's farm, -.two miles of ami died twenty minutes Inter. The route of .the pipe line, for a gravity system wbiph'was mapped out some years ago, 'wjien she subject was first broached, shows the heatl wat- ers to be in the'foothills on the-Belly above the water from the Wat- er-ton Lakes district. A fall of nearly 250 feet is obtained from that loca- tion, and the distance to Lethbridge would bo about 36 miles. -The pipe line crosses the river here, and from a point south pf Kipp s'uns south east along the west side of the Blood re- serve, to the bead water. When the 'Surveyors are .making the next, surrey of the line, much atten- tion will be .paid to the question of "irtraiion as that is considered one of the great questions with all water vstesiis, and it is the lack ot proper iltration facilities which has brought on the present agitation for a oecter supply Mo-. Blanchard has given the assur- ance that by the end of'the, year, the Council will be Iu possession of all the data necessary to consider (he construction of a gravity water sys- tem, and present indications are th-at the next big of. the city will be along that direction. (Continued from-Iront "I shall put James' name before the said Mr. Daniels. "While he is a Clark man, and though I am a strong Wilson man, think Mr. Jarmesv would be fair to all. There is-no reason why the Clark folks cannot "vote -'or Jtr. James un- less they are committed to someone else." Mr. Daniels said that the Wilson leaders were, ready, to-accept O'Gormon, of New York; Senator Kern, of Indiana, or Ben Shively, of Indiana; Olio James of Ken'tncl v Senator Cuthbertsbn; of Texas; or R WILLING TO NAME BRYAN Baltimore, June J Bryan was almost sw-ept off his feet by the enthusiastic crowds that met him this evening, 'when he arrived from Chicago. Mr. Bryan 'reiterated the views expressed iu his-telegram to the five ndidates. and declared that he would fight any proposition to make anybody but IT Progressive, chairman of the convention. he said, "1 have no ob- jections to' Judge Parker.' Senator-elect Vardaman, of Missis- sippi, after a conference with Clark Ilowell, ot Georgia, and others to- night, unsuccessfully fought to have presentatue Henrv of levis, for te.n w J Bnan assent to the naming of COMMITTED TO FACE THE JURY "MICKY" ROSS OF BELLEVUE SENT DOWN, ALSO .A WIT- NESS FOR PERJURY Bellevue, June Halhvorth, accompanied by his wife and famih, left yesterday for Lethbridge. 'Mr Halhvorth and his wife will be greatly missed in the social circles of Belle- vue. Fred Padgett, of the C. P. R. stuff here, is being moved to High River Fred will be greatly missed, especial- ly' by the Bellevue Sketch Club, of which he was the leading light. J. J. Walters and wife' left this morning for Spokane, where they 'will in future make tueir home. Murray returned to town this morning from Calgary. DROWNED IN REGINA CREEK Regina, June, bathing in Wascana Creek this afternoon, with a companion, Harold Clark, a. teamster, got into a deej> hole and was drown- ed. Clark was unable to Effini and his companion. ;was unable to "save him. porary'-Chan man Parker's Friends Confident Judge Parker's friends' were still confident this morning that the form- er New YoiK jurist would he named by the National .committee by a clear majority, and they further state that the convention will sustain the com- mittee. Mr. Bryan conferred today with his 'riends, but declined to.make known his plans foi oDoosmjJ Parkei He i reiterated his that he had no candidate for'temporary chairman that any progressive would be ac- ceptable, and that the Question of a te'mporarj chairmanship wjt. one o principal importance. Dr. Hall, National cbramitteeman from Nebraska, said that he. had ad- vised Mr. Bryan inot to go before the National coomraittee .with his 'fight over Judge Parker. "What's the said Dr. Hall. "They have the votes. in ..the commit- tee, and will put- Parker through! The floor of tbe convention is the- placs to make the fight, and I expect Mr. say there what he has to say. This fight could be won in the committee by the- progressives, if jt were not for the fact that the 'Clark people, and the Wilson people are afraid of each other Dr. Hall' did not say whether or not had concluded to fol- low his advice. i Brjan ab permanent chairman of the Democratic -convention. Vardaman had authoritatively., learned .from Charles Murpliy; and.ChalTmaJi Mack, of the National committee, that Judge Parker's friends would vote for1-Bryan for permanent chairman. Mur for a Programme of welcome to the organizer MR. EVELYN WRENCH Wednesday, June 26th 11 A. Cunningtmm's olllce, Acailia illoclc. All members of the Executive arc 'requested to be on'time- to meet-Mr. .Evelyn -Wrench Wrench will meet, the Ladies' Commit- tee in -iho 'drawing room of the Alexandra, Hotel, af- ter which they will enter- tain 'Miss Wrench to a lun- cheon at The Brown Hetty, 1 luncheon will be tenderd Mr. Evelyn Wrench by the local Club the -Alexandra cafe, tickets each, available at Messrs. Bluckburue Dawson 01 Mr. RaCt oil-Canning's of- fice. AH gentlemen inter eyted in-the work and do- iugs of this aro re- quested to attend. 2.30 p. and Miss Wrench will be the guests; of the Board of Trade for' auto drive round' the ci'ty etc. 8.30 the auspices of the Overseas.Club, a re- ception will be tendered to the organizer and his sister on the grounds of ills C F P Conjbeue, U fliverview.; OM'iugvto. the courtesy of the City Council, tbe CHy Band wiH'b'e in attendance. All members are cordially iriviteoVlo attend this reception and hear Sir. Wrench as to the Aims and Objectb of Our Club Admission b> ticket onh, no See the Secretary or Mr. Blackburne at his oflice in -the Coaldule Block at, once U you have not received your Invitation. GOOD CROPS AT GRASSY LAKE Rpipi nng cmp around LaKc the Spring wheat is irom ten to tv inches high and some of it is in the boot and will he, in the head-be- fore Julj 1st One field oE Marquis wheat not Ear from tov n, is already headed out. grow- ing of which is onlj an experiment in could not be more prom- ising of a heavy crop and an earlj one. The flax crop looks fine and some samples have been seen that measur- ed fully twelve inches. Barley and oats are equally as good as the other grains. For the first time here alfal- 'a will be cut in a few ami it has been so successfully gtoun xh.it 't will, in future be one.of the chief crops-of the district. ray is remaining in that city while longer. Mr. Palmer, who is preaching on Livingstone circuit, during the coming year, was a guest of Rev. W. H, Irwin, on Thursday and Friday J "UcDougall appeired betore T W Iresham, J, P., yesterday, on a d. and and assault charge. He was fined ?17.50. A. few more fines of Ibis kind will, no doubt, help to lessen "the rowdyism so common here lately Weather permitting Jthe Bellevue Bank will gue a band conceit on the Athletic. Grounds -tomorrow afternoon. Judging from the crowds that these concerts the band is very ipopu- 'Micky" Ross, who wag arrested on the two charges of obtaining money under, false -pretences and of theft, was tried before Inspector Belcher, of the R. N. W. M, P., and J. W. Gres ham, J.P., on Thursday afternoon. "Micky" got oue month on the first charge and will await trial at the fall assizes for the second one. Sev eral witnesses one of these, T. were examined, and Marsh, became some- wha't mixed in his evidence. As a re suit he is now at Macleod on font charges of perjury. He, too, will come, up, in October for. trial. The missing suitcase was discovered ab- out midnight on Thursday in the wash room of the Southern Hotel, How it got there still remains a mys- tery. Some other arrests are likely 'to be made in this case at any time. PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question If you buy your Wat SAMFJLES AND. ISN'T 'A'QUESTION I Papers'from the. Revlo Co., it's-the answer. ESTIMATES, FURNISHED PROMPTLY The Revlo Co. and.Decorators South COLEMANCASE UP ON WEDNESDAY BABE.-STI.LLti.UVES, BUT IS .IN A PRECARIOUS Colcnun, Tune 2-1 W L Look hart, of the .Coleman Public scn'dol staff hat accepted the appointment assistant piinoipal in the citv schools of Saskatoon, at a stipend of increasing per Annum to a mum of While in Coleaian Lockhart has made mau> friends, and has proven.himself a capable and efficient. leaches. His companions and -associates icender their congrat- ulations on his and film future prospeiiU ,___________.___________________ The I idles of the Institutional still lies in a precaiious condition will ,ssrvo tea at the residence of Mrs. ;ias.-Scott -ou, Wednesday, Tune 2G, from 4 to 6 T R Dickson, forest supcnisoi, of Repairs We impair horn, an automobile to a Jawn mem or. Niven Bros. 517-5th St., Lethbridge Pincher the week end in town Another man has been subpoeaned as a witness in the shooting case, P. Cirq. Both he and .the an an Caputa been released to appear next adjourned hearing of Rypenj who will he brought from Macleod Ihe uctim of the shooting Mefasis A and C r. Pliggins returned on Friday front Pincher where the latter's horse won second-prize in (the run- ning races. CONVENT DAMAGED BY FIRE Winnipeg, June Saturday evening the new convent of the.Black Nuns, across the river in St: Boni- lace damaged bj fire to the ov tent of The west wing was entirely gutted. Sponsor and lit Vindicator MaMt Fcntotit Ranch tn the World, compriiing of Prairie at BUii, Okla., and Namt il Proudly Bean 101 RANCH REAL Wl LD tf ESI Annual Cowboy and Cowgirl Holiday Tour with of In- j diant from adjoining Every Figure and Feature Of and From the Prairie FROM ITS VERY NATURE. SOURCE, ORIGIN AND OWNERSHIP, THE Only True, Possible, Pretentious Western Frontier Exhibition Conloj.it tbc Zenith of Iti UDiminished. Anregiic Olory u4 Magnitude. Tbe Show ttfcfch Created in Unpncedcnfetf 'a New York CHy, in 4 Fall of the HMorfl aad ol this l.nlire and Mexko. Advancing m three sensational years to tho proud ascendancy of the', LARGEST EXCLUSIVE WILD WEST SHOW IN THE WORLD. Its equal "ItscqL... or like now nowhere in existence. Superbl> solitary in conceded pre-eminence. Supremo beyond dispute, -As big and perfect a Frontier Exposition as humanly possible. If you know us of old, we need no introduc- tion. If you know us only by enthusiastic hearsay and re- port, Jot'a get acquainted. Rely with full nnd steadfast con- fidence upon a PICKETT "Dwfcr DMM jfOkhkn'; Fi'i'X'Ci. Only man in humnn lihtory will) ever hsttlcd, barehanded, with fepsmsl) bull nnd escaped -line To be seen in a hfc-risking exploit nt every 101 Ranch Wild West Lethbridge, Friday June 28 On the. Ball Park. .Advance sale bt. tickets nt J. D. Higinbotham Co.'s Drug Store. Positively no advance in price for early reservations. IthasnoRlvtland recognim no Competitor cmng and instructive pleasure under the nmplo tents, Moans and energy have been pushed to tho limit for your praise nnd pitromRC A tremendous Western Tournament differing radicillv ind fundamentally from all hmil.ar otncre. amlonrance here ,in auspicious public holiday event A tion an J a revolution in outdoor smuromc nts Displni ing the unprecedented range, resource, reecarch, mqcnuitv diversity, -luthonH, icruncy and mag- nitude of the inslitudon, there will trnicrso the pnncipil thorouchfares WONDROUS FREE FORENOON STREET PARADE Leading and Dazzling All Other Tented Shows A Simon-Pure, Original, Authentic Illuminating Exposition of Spectacular Western Life and Jlistorv Inacted by REAL FRONTIER FIGURES. The One Show You have been Wnitinpflnd Watching For. A STINTLESS STORE AND STAGGERING SUCCESSION OF SENSATIONAL SURPRISES. __ _________ Cowboys, cowgirls guardian rurales, tribes of Indiana tiieir tepees, hundreds of veterans and celebrities of border life, scouts, pioneers of the wilderness, fearless rough- riders, pony express veterans, champion sharpshooters and lariat experts, bullfighters, steer throwers, bucking horses, UJ'tk i O 4 long horned steers, herds of WllRflUl 3 UOUfllilpSfT PerfWiliCIS, 2 P, M, Illd 8 P. M, buffaloes, riding nines from Aifwben 01 Eartl ftttJ Cowbor Encamontftni perils, adventures, romances, datlj routine of the West that 1ms passed and. is passing reproduced in AN ARENA OF PRAIRIE PROPORTIONS Bring the and Children, let them come will find and thotif htful for comfort and itt Pictures of Life mid Thrilling SCCIMI of Prairie Acttrity. Know thiit innocence ti Ihe 101 Ranch Performances, and that they will Interested, Amused, Amazed and liutnictcd in gotten Mcaiurt. ;