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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE BAIEY IIERALP Tuesday, June 24,1913 Tea Table Talks (.1(10(1 Tea is hcsi oj' Ixm iM'ali'i's- , !(-�'t'roshliig-mildly �>! i mil la i i nu'-a I'eal U(M'\(> foud. li-- muvt'i'sal u>(' i~i no nier(> habit. ^ But it lUHsr ixuoA Tea. 1)1-ferior blonds arc^ i-nsily al any pi-it^e You oiiraiu ilu^ iir--t and at rlic sanir time the uinsl eLamomieal, hy buying - - The tea with a �tAA'(>uiy-ye;\r repuruiion. m OFFICIA HAS WCURRED HOSTILITY OF RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WHO DEMAND IN-VVESTIGATION Southern Alberta's Greatest Exhibition Is All Ready (Contlniie^ND AT THE SAME TIME GIVE YOU CHOICE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS SHOWN IN ANY ONg STORE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, IN ALL LINSS^F MILLINERY AND READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS AS WELL AS STAPLES AND NOVELTY DRY-GOODS. ALL TRIMMED HATS, NEW- 1 TTfllf PlMJ'P EST AMERICAN CREATIONS ^ ^AnJA-m*-^ FISK H.'VTS-The recognized style leaders among all American makes and man.v Paris Pattern Hats Included in this final clearance lot. Regular prices range from $3.00 to $10.00. All on sale now at exactly halt regular value. NEWEST TAILORED SUITS ] TTulf Pl'i/'P WORTH UP TO $47,50 ............( Alrtll X 1 ll^C Pretty novelty styles, made of finest. Imported Worsteds. Bedford Cords and Serges, colors navy, grey, tan and a few fancy stripes. Some of the most ei-cliiaive garments of the entire season, ranging all the way froiu $25.00 to ?47.50. This week going at HMf Price. A Tremendous Clean-Up of all Spring Coats $13.75 Worth up to $25.00 Worsteds. Tweeds, Diagonal Worsteds in the best styles of the season, colors navy, black, tans, greys, etc. COATS SHOWN IN THREE-QUARTERS, $19.75 Worth up to $35.00 Finest shot Coverts, Whipcords etc., including the finest garments we have ever had to show. SEVEN-EIGHTHS AND FULL Wash Dresses $4.75 White, tans, hlues. pinks, etc., in ,t lovely collection ol ver.v uew-est styles. Clarke's is the Ideal Shopping PJace for Exclusive Fixings for Milady. Waists. Neckwear and Belts, SunsliadeH and Parasols, Scarfs and Boas, Veils and and Gloves. Corsets and Klmonas. LENGTHS AND EVERYTHING FROM SMALL TO EXTRA LARGE SIZES Voile Dresses $8.00 to $30.00 Elaborate and plaMn styles In finest wash gnrm�ntB, all very modarately priced, Whitewear and Veilings, Hosiery ALL CITIES SHOULD  ENTER A PROTEST Classy Livestock ] Mis.'; -Josephine Fleming, American i swimming cliampion, who is appear-i iiig this week with the .Sibley Cham-I pion Swimmers and Divers at the : Kline Shows at the Fair grounds, ^ holds the v^orld's record among women for the UtO-yards' sprint. She 1 swam it in New ^'ork harbor in til! ' seconds, and issued a challenge to __^ meet anv woman in .\mericah in a The .heep exhibits are aUo a fea-;^�'"""*"g "ce Annette Kellerman's almost one whole m^^nager accepted he challenge, but later balked at risking the lamous VETERAN ENGINEER SRESI at the rair (Continued from front page) J, G, MILLER QUITS C. P. R. AFTER CREDITABLE RECORD-NEVER IN AN ACCIDENT ture. occupying building. .AJ! the classes are repre- sented. Ct. H. Hutton, director of the; experimental fiirm at Lacombe will; i vaudevtlie star's reputation as a Winnipeg, June 2.'?.-That the city Council will take oilicial cognisance of �^bc attack by Home Paijiie of London on thetiCtettrtj of; G^riadian cities aiiti munici^ahties, and take steps to lQ'4ge_a^sJ:.roug.pjote,st where it ..will do the most good-was indicated today vhen the Horne-i'ayne outbreak was discussed by the hoard of control. Xt Dearman, R. C. HkDonaid, who �was pre!5ent, expressed the opinion �that whaievcr action may be taken by Winnipeg, the whole question should be taken up by Premier Borden. CoramissStoner Roller Cockburn believes that an official protest should �136.made by.every city in Canada. judge these classes. swimitiej-. Like all speed swimmers. .Miss Fleniing uses the crawl stroke. .,,,,. .1 Her exhibition of swuraming strokes llie poultry lover will find joy in, ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ the poultry and pet stock building. : interesting, and a This beautiful building is filled to cap-^^p^^ inspiration lo amateurs. Miss Rcity, there being over OOU iMrds en-; j.,^^^.^^ ^^^^ measured bv Br. , ^^f'a'^kleton of OId3,_ected. owing to the early ' girl ; Sertha Lindberg, Swedish season. The entries are so small that ' champion ; Olga Petrovitch, Irene it would require a microscopic exam-: Winniston, Violet La Perle. ination to find them. The director.^ Medicine Hat, Alta., .June 23.- Jaiues G. ^riIler, cine of the best known engineers oii the western division of the C.P.R. has quit the road, having severed hi^, .connection with ; the C.P.K. to reti^rp after forl\-one years' service. During this time he lo.5t onlv live days' time, that was in 1882. when hc'lcft the old N'ort-h-, ern railroad running out of Toronto, to Join the CP.H.; at; IVinnipeg. He has been in the^ passtjnger service since 188.5. Uurinj; ijis. career he has made a record of covering one tnil-lion.iour hundred .-and seventy-six miles, which record is verified by duplicate conductors' slips for every run he made. .\Uhough having run a mileage greater probably than any other conductor, Kngineer IMiller has never met with an accident of any I description and never killed a human being with his engine. .Since Miller has run out ol ."iledicine Hat, where he proposes to i spend the days of his retirement. AUIO RECORDS WERE lOEO.TO PIECES MACLEOD MOTORISTS HIT THE TRAIL HARD FOR THE SUN DANCE are already talking of putting on a Samuel Preston. Ifi years of age, seed and vegetable exhibit in the falLot Port Colborne. wag found dead In provided the fair is the success itja yard adjoining his father's resi promises to be. dence. A SALE YOU CAN'T FORGET Trimmed Hats and Untrimmed Shapes at Half Price There are lots of mothers who would like to freshen up hats of their own as wt'll as those of their growing daughters. But the cost of materials has kept them from doing so. That is changed-this sale makes ii possible for mothers to Hxi>eriment. And there are lots of gii Is who like to fix hats a bit themselves. Here is a chance for all-this stock is going to be sold. We want to start the next season with an entirely new stoclt. All This Week Nothing is Reserved. Here and Now is the 3irgain Sale of Your Life Th'-r.^ is no catch, We are going to make room for a big Fall stock and .-itf. going to have the cash In hand to p.'iy for it. Here you ma.v buy flowers at. ,�! barg^'in. ribbons, feathers, bats iriinmed and untrimmeil, velvets, ^ilks, chifroir... nialiiif-!-. You can save half on some of your dollars-you'll s.Hie oiuMliii'i on fvery piirch.i.se m;)dp here ou salf^ days. (?ome and see, Kil your friends and let them lell their friends. The sale will lust.only a few days. MISS CAMERON HILL'S STORE THIRD AVE. UP STAIRS DATE OF RETURN NOT YET FIXE I DUKE OF CONNAUGHT HAS NOT DECIDED PLANS AS TO CANADA Macleod, June' 2:!.^The following pupils from the .Macleod Public school started writing on their exams, here today: Grade 10.-Bessie Gardiner. Barbara Horner, Harold .vicCrea and .Vor-man' Young. Grade i).-Inez Rothuey, Donald Bull and Klmslie Gardiner. Grade S.--Frank Pennefather, Arthur Renn'ick. Archie Campbell, Mur-rny Gardiner, Howard Atkins, -Max Galbraith, Lois Black, Marjorie Kipp, ^ Kdith Kipp, Leuella .lohnson, Ursa .lohnson, Winnifred Brooks, Veronica Parker, Florence Hill, Gertrude Mc-Ivor, Ella Hicks and Gertrude Genge. Quite a large number of Macleod J people motored oi er to the Blood reserve on Sunday to witness the sun dance, which is being held therre this month. A new record was established for the Macleod to Stand-Off auto run, by .Mr. Colin Macleod. who made the trip, h distance of twenty-two miles In his Russell car in slightly over thirty-five minutes. A. T. l^eather was only three minutes behind that. London, June 24,' - Their Royal 1 Highnesses, the Buke and Duchess of Connaught and family, returned to London from Bagshot, Surrey, yes-iterday. Major .Murray, his Royal ! Highness equerry, informs the Can-I ada .Associated Press that the Duke has not yet settled the date when he nill return lo (Canada. An official announcement will be made later if his Royal Highness sh(5uld decide to � extend his time there in any way. SOLD FOR $10,000 IT IS WORTH $5 POPE WOULD BUY NICE PINE GROVE Rome, .June 23.-Owing to the precarious health of the Pontiff, after, his recent illness, it is understood negotiations are now going on between the Holy See and Prince Tor-nolia for the purchase of a pine wood owned by the I'rince which lies close to the Vatican gardens. This wood can be reached either by means of an underground passage or an arachway and would enable the Pope to en,ioy a very much larger area for his walks. This section allows a magnificent view of the Roman camp. Paris, June 23.-It has bep.n revealed here, through a case in the law courts yesterday, that three noted experts were easily hoodwinked and an .-Krabian glas.s cup worth $5 has been sold for about $10,000. An antiquary and his agent quarreled over the commission's sale oO the cup. At the trial the former confessed he had found the cup in a shop. By paying $40 to the mullah of a tartar mosque at Shemark he obtained a certificate that the glass was made in the fourteenth century. It was offered to the louvre, the British museutri, the German museum, and was eventually sold for $1600 to Hcrr Glenk, a German collector, af ter it had been certified as genuine by three experts. Merr (ilenk sold it again for S9,000, and It ha.s since been sold for $10,000. INSISTS ON FAIR PLAY FOR lEWS TITI ITr � FOR TEETHING CHILDREN Xo changes were made in the distribution of the charges la connection with the maintenance of the Children's Shelter, at the conference with the mayor this morning. Supt. Chadwick of the department of delinquent a.id neglected children, met with the mayor, the chief of police, Probation Officer I.,amb, and .Messrs. .McKillop and Irving this morning to try and roach a definite conclusion regarding the city's share of the cost of maintaining the shelter. The mayor had reached the conclusion some weeks ago that the shelter was costing the city very much in excess of the number of permanent inmates housed. The conference centered largely around the system of book-keeping in force, and it was suggested that a system be Inaugurated whereby the actual expense to the city may be accounted for. In nearly every one of the 28 cases handled by the city since ,lanuary 1st, the children have been placed in foster homes, the shelter serving as only a temporary relief, but costing the city just the same. Mr. Chadvvlch felt that a city that was anxious to secure an Increased population, were obliged to care for the floating dependent children that came in with the tide, and that the work was a saving rather than an expense, and if any kick were registered. It should be against the immigration authorities and not the provincial department. The government has brought in 28 children since .lanuary 1st, and the records show that they were paid for at the established rate of fi.oc a day for children over nine years of age, and .50c. for children under nine. The total receipts from the government being ?51fi. The collections from parents so far have been |7fi, with accounts outstanding and collectable, of %\?,-. � C'hief Davis, was inade responsible for all the employees of the home and for requiRltlons. The question of % new home was brought up, but It was decided that nothing could be done, until the present home had been disposed of and If your dealer caBixA yiml 4, t^nd* b�z tWMrtrUd on Mottsit ? ????*  _- .> Medicine Hat, June 24,- Tired of drudgery and the lonllnesBof homestead life, Afay Hanson, aged 23 years, daughter of Hans Hanson, a Scandinavian farmer, who came here from "Washington over two years ago and settled north of the. city, committed suicide by taking gopher poison. ? ? money avallahle for the erection or purchase of a suitable building. Tb� goverpment children are placed In the home from the surrounding district, while the city is responsible for children w^ithln its limits. OBITUARY The death occurred last night of Harry lioycroit, a young farmer of Vctwooil. Deceased was 25 years of age and unmarried Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. P G. Yoiingsen, an. eight rear old land from Gilbert Plains, Manitoba, died in the city last night. The body was sent to his home for burial. The funeral of the late Jo.^eph Oeh-ring, a young farmer who was killed by lightning on Saturday night near Bow Island, took place this afternoon. The Libera was Chanted in St. Patrick's church. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Dr. Martel's Female Plll� have bean the Standard for 20 years and for 40 years prescribed and recommended by Phydclans, Accept no other. At all drug-glsti. London, June 24. - A .St. Pcters-ihurg dispatch lo the Standard says that President Wilson has declined I Russia's request for a renewal of the treaty of commerce, ckccpt on the absolute condition that American Jews be allowed to enter Russia trcclv. PyiL OUT YOUR KEEP IT AND RESTORE IT TO ITS NATURAL COLOR IT'S SO EASY IF YOU USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH flrookland hospital .at'Sydney, N. S., was destroyed by fire, the damage being eitimateu at )12,090. St. Thomas may guarantee ? 125,000 bonds for a motor company, who wint to  manufacture motor trucks Hay's Hair Health always brings back the natural color of youth, lo grey and faded hair. Druggists everywhere say that more people are buying Hay's Hair Health than all othei-s combined, and that they come back for It again and again a� they find it really does keep their hair dark, glossy and natural colored-gives new life and growth to thin, dry hair and slops falling out. If you have Dandruff Ihores' nothing that will remove it so quickly-tha,t will keep it out so effectively, as Hay's Hair Health. It is not a dye ami it'/ perfectly harmless to use. Will nU soil your skin or linen, and besides, no one will know you are usltig it. The first application will convince you that after a fair trial, you'll have no more grey hair or dandruff. Dont' wait to think about it-act now. Start using Hay's Hair Health' today. You'll never regret (t. The following druggists guarantee to refund your money it you are not satiSfled with Hay'g Hair Health atter � fair trial. 82 18 ;