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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHTlRinGE HAILY HERALD ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR STRAIGHT FROM THE GRAIN FIELDS ;Aftor -it has passes-through-our mills 'and warehouses. It Is .sold to you with every guarantee of perfect It is all .that-great bone, .body and mind building power that good; possess. Get a sack an aid to your health Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. JIILLS AT MAGRATH The New Bakery New Bakers, Good Service. The place "you can cents a loaf, and you can buy it from us only. "OUT- OF TOWN TRADE SUPPLIED DAILY" Union Bakery Wm. Peebles, 1482, Cor. 8th Aye. and 12th St. .South. MILADI 'EOITED BY "INO" PHONES: Offlct, 1224 1111 From brighl'niiie Holds ot ether fair disclos'd Cliilil of the sun, refulgent Summer comes, In pride ot youth, and, felt through nature's depth Me mines attended by the sultry hours, And 'ever-fanning hreczcs, oil his way While, from his ardent turn- ing Spring Averts her blushful face and earth and skies, All-smiling, to his hot dominioi leaves. Thomson. Seasons Summer. Not receiving tomorrow Mrs. E. IVsKIHop, nor again unti autumn. Mr.. James Peat and Mr. Westland were week-end visitors to'New Day- ton. Mrs. Prousc, ot Bow Island, is spending a few days with Mrs. J, Hamilton. Mrs. Arthur Hold..and children are enjoying a month's holidays: in; -Van- couver. Hev. E. MurreMVright is spend- it Isn't Hot, oh no (Continued from front In those days. It was a .common thing to have a thund-er and 'lightning storm .without a drop of rain. This is by no means a dry sea- son, as any old-timer caii testify, Major Burnett, who came here ab- out sixteen years-'ago, says that at that time they did not have eight weeks' green grass in tbe city. Ev- erything was dry and and tho whole apjieaiance of; things was a bai ren land Ct changed vastly, and the present, hot spell is not so bad asfohe Why, in the early It was so. hot sometimes that a'll outdoor woik had to be dene in tbe when the temperaiture dropped Cool In Demand The present hot spell Is providing 'ri veritable gold mlno to the ic-e cream; vendors throughout'the city.: Bach: sto-e Is kept woiking up to concert Ijitch, in ordoi to a.ipply the demand, Funny thing' tho more ice cream you the more :you-want! The supply; Creates the demand, and the small tooy and girl neve'f fail to cast long-, Ing eyes on! the .lee cream coue man. KB he makes hla way to aud fro, her nlduig with the well known bell tinkle The eone man also finds many lib- eral customers ln-lthe workmen-who are engaged In the municipal work on the streets The pbpular cooler la ice cream, even the man who likes his beer has become a and pre- fers th-a aT9.in grealt demand, fruit stores are dp- ing a thriving business No Ice Shortage The local ice'dealers have abund nnce of Ice on and are -finding At the The small boys and .many: grow ups were at the river yesterday, and enjoyed a dip in tl cooling waters there Slim Attendance at Churches The various city churches yeste day were attended, and m th evening 'practically every preach shortened the service for their coi fort and that of the congregation. no.trouble in coping with The -various ih'oteU are getting their ihaae of ice, and are able to keen their guests well supplied with ice which Mich a boon to the fa't man during; these Henderson Lake Popular IfWyono haul Uken a tilp to Hen- derson Park yesterday, they 'would have tound quite number of the male sex, enjoying a uwtai In the lake tbore. 'The water was just nld one swimmer yesterday, "and I could have sponttha whole day there." The posBlblHUwr V the lake are great, and tho city will have an ex- cellent opportunity to instal a set of hathing Jiouses, vrulufi should meet with groat'public.favor. There was one .'lone row boait -oh KJie lake yesterday, the of Which having a cooling Umo GOOD CUSTOMER OF UNjTED STATES CANADA'S' IMPORTS' LAST FI8CA YEAR FROM SOUTHERN NEIGH- BOR AND MOTHERLAND-. Ottawa, Out., June An ii crease ot over eighty million dpllai in the import- trade with, the Unite States, and of over .eight million i that with Great Is shown froi the figures ot 'Canadian .trade, for th twelve months ending April 30 last. During the year dutiable import from the -United Kingdom amouh'te to The imports free wer as against dutiable and of free tor the previous year. Dutiable, imports iroin ihe-Unitet States. were and, free in: porta as compared wit dutiable fre imports last year. LARGE NUMBER PUPILS WRITING One hundred and four-, candidates for departmental for IX. and X. this morning began tbeli labors at the Centra school. This is by far the largest number of in final examinations, at one ..tlinie, ..and on account of the great Increase in. numbers, four rooms of the Centra' school have been thrown open to their use ij Tho candidates aio divided foi lows Grade VIII, 76', IX, 31 and grade X, 7 ivlll'bi busy writing -for' the remainder of tho week. The presidium examiners in charge aro Inspector MoKurricner Superintendent, Hamilton, Mr Butch er of Oranum, and Mr, Martin ot Mac- leod. FIRES IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, .Tune afternoon .he stables of Blaokwoo-d's Breweries, burned and a number of cases and barrels and bottles o-'-b'eer ffre .burned, Last nlsht thres horaes. were.'burn ed to death In a tiro which gutted the' stables o( E. Burdett and Sons. In neither of these two fives is there.any clue to thalr origin. LONDON'S CROP OF BEGGARS London, .Tube' London Mendicity society, esti- mates that in.': London lasft year persons made a' liv- ing by begging. ft ing a couple of days in Coults Mr. M. J. Long, ol Aldersyde, was week-end guest with Mrs. Thomas Taylor. his sister, Mr. Dixon, of the Hatch Land Co., has gone to Revelstoke, where he will handle the business oi the Burns Co.' Mrs. S. Shepherd has as house guests her mother, Mrs. Dixon, and brother, Mr. Dixon, of Maple Creet Sir. B. L. Agnew, of Chicago, the guest of his uncle, Mr: P. Agnew. Mr, Itended visit Agnew.will make'ari'ex- Miss Twittie, who living in this citv for several months past, left yesterday for Jacksonville, Flor- ida, where she will in future reside Mr. and Mrs. Kerr, of Ncepawa, who hale been on a trip to the coast cities, spent Saturday the guests of Mr and Mrs George tthelen, en route home. Miss Freeman and Mr. Cooper toot the solo paits vprj acceptably in the anlhem, "Tarn1 with me, O my at the evening service in St. 'Au'gustin's church yesterday. Mrs. S. .1. Shepherd, Mrs. J. R. Anderson, Miss Greenwood (Edmon- 'Miss. 'Adams Miss Vrooman, Mr. Harris, Mr. K. Slye, Mr, A. Dull. and Mr., Woods motor- ed to Magrath on Friday, where they were Micstb at lull. i Invitations have been issued foe the .Ensemble Recitals-1 by the pupils of the Lethbridge Conservatory of Mu- sic in the Conservatory auditorium ior this evening at. 8.30 -p. m. and Saturday afternoon, .June at 3.30. A splendid prSgraui has been arranged, The Toronto CMobe contains the fol- lowing account of the marriage of the new Methodist -pastor at Coal- dale On Moudaj, June 17, it ojclock, the home of Mrs. Annie An- ger, Bloor street, was the scene of a MII) prettj wedding, when Miss Maj Hilda Wilson, of Darlington, Eng., was uniteil in marriage with Ilev. Charles tlishop, of Toronto. Rev. Dr. R. N. Burns; assisted by Rev. Gcorsc R1. Kitching, officiated. To the strains. of Lohengrin's Wedding March, ren- dered by Miss Hilda Burns, the bri- dal piocessipn the draw-ing-' rooms, which were" decorated with honeysuckles and buttercups The bride looked charming in her gown ol white san toy and lace with tulle veil and orange blossoms, carl} ing, a laise shower bbuquet of white roses and wearing a beautiful pendant, the gift oi the groom The bridesmaid, Miss Annie Anger, was gowned m blue' marquisette over pink She carried pink roses and wore the gloom's gift, a pretty pendant The groom was. at- 1 tended by his brother, Mr Fred op Alter dejeuner_ bad been served, Mi and Mrs Bishop left for a short trip before leaving for their liome m Alberta, the hride, travelling in a'blne tailored suit and tuscaji hat. SIMPSOK-J VMES li.esday night a pretty wedding took place in the leception rooms oi Alberta college The, contracting part- ies were Miss Ethel Elizabeth JameS aud Rev David Simpson, both oi Yorkshire, Englaiul. Mr Simpson came to Alberta six venrs ago and has this coinpletedyihis theologi- cal training for the Mejjiodist mm' istrv. I-.s bride came but .a yeac ago and has since been attending -the col- lege on the north side A number ot classmates and friends; -gathered to witness the ceremony and to partici- The woman who looks cool On the Hottest Pay Knows the Art of Dressing Man Tailored Waists Look Cool. Stylish and Becoming Made from .white vest- Ing .or white-with dainty black or blue stripe; col- lars and cuffs, either soft PI 91.5O Porfectl y plain, man .tajlored in linen 'flrijshecl. a very stylish model with outside pocket on one sido; exceedingly, good value at....... White Drill White Skirts In nniLV ui in FIIIILU wnn bu i Washing Skirts 50 EnglisUepp pate m theiestivitics was peiformed by lh 'he prmcipal, Dr fl'he pr Mibs Gladjs OIner, bride-elect, was courtesy guest ot a tea shower, i whieh claimed Miss E Cook a, host ton ess on Saturday afternoon, Bull rushes male a unique and 'atoning decoration- Those bidden were Mrs. Cascaden, Riddell. The happy couple .were' the recipients of in.mv useful presents Mr Simpson and his bride left tot Siavcly Wednesday moinmg, -where ho las been appointed as minister of the Methodist church, The hrarticsi eood wishes of the Black and White or Grey and White Cord is New York's Latest Style Cream "serge skirts; some per- fectly plain, others with fine black strlpee. New York's latest; grey- cord skirt; washes very1 smart, yet only priced at Some Dainty New Arrivals in Afternoon Dresses A. very stylish lot of now "models have juqfrbaen unpacked in plain blue or tan, trimmed white, and white Peter Pan collars HUDSON'S BAY CO. HE DID SERVICE AGAINST OROZCO Simpson to their new Miss Clarke, Kiss Heather, Miss Bow- ctt, Miss Diser, Miss Orchard, Miss McKenzic, Miss.podgcr and Miss Stai- ord. Mrs F. McNaiighton came down roni Carmangay Saturday night to pcnd Sunday With Mi McNaiighton, Oio is btill'm the Gait hospital le- irom the effects of an auto iccldent near Diamond City seven vcei-s ago. Mr.. McNaiighton1 sintered he fracture of a thigh bone lit w ill ikely lo able to return to Caiman- within two weeks Clubs and Societies The ice-cream -and strawberry soc- SERGT. MAJORrSCHOOF IS IN.THE CITY AND WILL LECTURE TONIGHT: Sergt.J Schoof, of Clares holm, who is returning homo-.Iron an tour in thi United to which ex- perience was a whirl .with the Mexi- can army in; chasing Orozco'9 rebels is in the city on his waj home Mr Schoof, who is a lecturer, saw .ser- uce with the British aimv in the South .African war, has an interest- ing exhibit of curios from the lani of the Boer and Zulu, and these are at his lectures.-, lie had thrilling time m and is of the opinion that continued- chaos will continue under present conditions Neither Madero or Orozco are-. big the country hated and ial to he held on tbe grounds of St. Andrew's, church, under .the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society, should) be a decided succeis, it this warm wea- thei continues Bag pipes will fur- nish the u.usic, while a' baseball game will attract interest. Next he observed by the Sundav school of Knox church the pupil? at the Roman Ca'holic Patriotic Sundav A special after school, shotting his tiophies and was noon service will he held In the audi- a heait; welcome toriuin ol the church, at which ad-1 Tonight he will lectuie in Wesley dresses Neil, of enough men to handle lie savs Americans :are citizens of-the United States are .shabbily ti eated He thinks interven- tion h) the United States would be the best way to solve the problems pciplex Mexico. will be clelncretl by Hev Dr church, and although it is waim, he Toronto, and Mr. A J, Ir- piomiics, an and a iccretan of tbe YMCA beaung Ins name also is not transferable and.must be worn by (He bearer ,5 t .The regulations hart been infringed, SOCIETY FAKIRS' CLEVER SCHEME FOR CONSIDERATION" SECURED POSITIONS IN ROYAL EN- CLOSURE AT ASCOT London, June and asking the return of her.voucher ladling disclosures as to the traffic j had been sent hack, as it would pleasing curios. OUT Washington, Junp 24 Gom- pers, Morrison and 'Mitchell, U S labor leaders, lost appeal in tbe and-it was deonied expedient to drsi, contempt of court case ansing fiom the matter thoroughly A woman de- the Buck stove boycott, and rcceued tcctue was scut to the woman in sentences ranging from one month, to question, nho rcferied hei to another one jear. A fuithcr jppcal will be woman This sctond woman tele- made 'graphed and wrote to Lord i tickets for the royal enclosure at scot, carried on by a society lan, whose naniCi however, is not evealed, were made in the law courts csterday when an iniunction against ie woninn was granted. Counsel for the treasury in'making ie .application, said the matter was :gcnt. The enclosure, he explained, .under the management of Viscount hurchill, and the fee, or agent, is cstel in the King. In order to; ob- m admission it is necessary for ame" of the npplicnnt to he iUcd and if approved, a ouchcr is issued with the intimation lat it- is not Iransferrahle. On cn- iring .the. Cftiirse the holder of the ouchcr it lor--a badge', not be required The detective went'to -Ascot this woman TWO DRQWNINGS AT MOOSE JAW Mooso Jaw; June claimed two victims yesterday. The first, was Signar .Oher, a local tailor; Ha WOOL GROWERS LOSE GOOD FRIEND W. T. RITCH LEAVES DOMINION SERVICE GOING TO AUSTRALIA (Medicine -Hat News.) Alberta wool growers i l doubtless regtet to learn that Mi. W T Hitch, who twite visited thifa piovinco in the mteiest of the wool growing Indus try has been dropped fiom the staf! attached to the Department of i culture at 'Ottawa, -and- leavesTin a short time for New Zealand; Mr. Hitch firs'! visited 'Alberta in company with Mi Win Driden, ot the Sheep Commission, in March, ]911, and again in the'capacity. oE'a'lectur- er on subjects pertaining to wool and mutton production I-Ie" made many friends: in -Alberta He Impressed all who heaid him with the enormous fund of information which he possessed on the subject of wool growing, with his enthusiasm in his subject and keen desire to inspire GREAT CROPS IN THE SOUTH AT SPRING COULEE MR, JEthe ma WILL CUT WHEAT IN JULY 0- K Nourse, AW Skeith, E. II. Wilson, and W. A Buchanan, IJ spent Sunday at Spring Coulee, as the guest of L II Jelhff, who is known' throughout the south a's a progressive and successful farmer." Mr Jeihffs crops look magniliccnt Ills winter wheat is a perfect stand. ahead lie says it is three we of List and should be ready to eut at tbe end of July -His cats could hardly be inrpipved upon. Crops in the Spring Coulee' country are gencrallj good Mr Jefliffis, go- ing into mixed fanning ready has a splendid lot of thorough- ired hordes, cattle and LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK MARKET Tim to the gate Downed while bathing and there recencd an answer, pnolos-j tlle "'immers In the city, and Is supposed to have taken ,ng the voucher, thai was changed at upon the oince for the badge which the de- tective wore in the enclosure where she spent the clay. Secret of Baking Good Bread 'There is probably no accomplish- ment'that a woman glories in' more than ,tiie ability to bake good bread. Yeast Cakes always en- sure a wholesome and dolic: 16113 bread. Sold by grocers. in 5e packages of G cakes. Send today for sample. .White .Swan Spices ,ft Cer-; eals; Limited, Toronto, Out upon the water.. The police went' to the scene, after five minuter drag- ging secured the body. The deceas- ed was a native'Of Copenhagen, Den- mark, big relatives Who are well connected, now reside. The oth- er. happened to the south, o! the elly-, The man, a Galiclan, whoso body hits been' recovered, is still un> identified. WM. ALSIP DEAD Winnipeg, Jniio Alslp, founder of the. Alslp tllo and (umber Co, of city, died today. MURDERED WOMAN BURIEd High River, Alia, Juno funeral of Mis Galiata Uortirnnd, was shot by her husband on Wed nesilay last, was held here last oven- Ing at High Hivtr cei'neterj. Co, Liverpool, cable today that in the Birkenhcid mtrkcK realm un- disturbed at from 18 to 16J4 centj per, pound foi distillery bullocks. S TO TRANSFORM FAMOUS TAVERN London, June 24 A C. Diton, pastor of the Metropol-' itan Tabernacle, la trying Ao, raise to turn the fa- 's- mous old th eBlepbiuit and Castle, into A home for evangelical work. The brew- ers, who own the lease, are asking for it. The ground rent is f Dix- confidence in the w ool industry when i Liverpool, June Rogerjj properly conducted He won the con. fldenee of the Alberta sh-aep .ranch ers by the candid manner in which ho explained to them the leason why they Jo not get mora for their wool 1 by his fiankness in telling them thnt they never would get.any.-more as long as 'they put.It on the market in the manner thav do He In spired hope by explaining easily their product could be placed on the uarket in as good coondition ns tha1 of other coountnes now looked upon s lead-ers in wool production, lie oftare-J to assist the wool glowers ,n sorting their fleeces, putting them up in proper form and placing them pon the old country marlrat, where bey could rely on receiving a price iomnioiisurate with the value if their product At Lethbi'ldge, the wool glowers are prejmre-d to go oven a stop be tbe itandard of perfection which ,Ir Hitch had sat foi them, anil they iroposed to establish a brand foi Southern .Alberta 'wool and to protect it so carefully that it would be recog- nised as indicating a definite stan dard of quality on the wool markets 'of, the world. What 'the causes 'were which.led to Mr. Hitch's dismissal we are. nofpre- paicd to say, but judging from the work ho had begun in the and the confidence, he': had Inspired in the western wool growers, Ills departure can only bo looked upon as a loss to western flock masters 5 and to the western wool and.mutton indus'try as a whole. wauls J300.000 for an, en- dowment. f When Baking are TM careful flbout the wilt yottttM.lu 5-011 nre tttxwt the Hour or bikinf powder? will ruin bflkiny, at poor flotlr In the kitchen ud m the table, UM the fine, jiute ;