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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 2ft; 1011. THE LE'i'HBHIDGE' DAILY HERALD "MILADI" EDITED BY "UNO." Offlc. Phonv I I Rnldtno Mrs Dickson ol Matlcod arrited in the cltj this afternoon tin, guest of Mii> Sige Miss Mamie Delay, of Lethbridgc, .who been "a guest In the city for the past three or lour dajs, returned home last" Herald. Mr md Mis L L Uquith and son foi Banff on where Mrs.' Asquitli and her little son will icimm lor two or thru) wtelts CANADIANS AT COURT f (London Canadian Gazette) 1 The'third and fourth courts of their Mnjuilick at Uuikiiighim Pilate Ust ttcek of inorf, gcner.il intuuat to Cimidiuiii ili.m enn tlic lir.st mil second since niii'iVy Canadian Ladies appeared on 'the two nights, most 61 j t'ere iire'sent'ed for Some distinguished Canadians! High Commissioner for Canada. Mr. Winlleld1, the' Commissioner lor Canada, All Ilairison Watson, by the Higli Commliiloncr for Canada. COOL WEATHER WILL HELP CROPS weather prevailed the entire prairie west list a temperature ol between forty and lilt'y being general. H will be pr'oliahly cooler' toiiighti 'A Tew cool days will be of immense service helping the wheat root to" strength 11.11 md checking too luxurious plant whom were presented for the first growth. At present the only danger time. 'Sninn threatening a succcssiul harvest CUBAN'S PCRFECTIOH COCOA b rich in food value easy to digest. It is ju.it Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa summoned to obey tlieir nttciid wore unable to Majesties' I dmonton liulletin nt vitii Mr. Justice neck leaves t.imoi-ro evening (or tin. cikl mil utcnd-, t jng tlic Mcditerrini.'iii trip MIC Hi, spend some mi I continent. ,r The hrgcst mil mo'itjisliioi li society wedding pt the fn C i took place I ist c I u s I ly Dominion Methodist, church, v.-lioi U irriirny) of Miss IMnsj Mills loiini cst daughter .Dr. anil Mrs. Jomi to Mr...Victor Montague 'flrur} eldest son of Brig idici Gem ril Mii, Orurj ol 'hlifax was olen'i uccl ,ilie chur.cn M-K i peifect cr of flowers, the pulpit heing com plctch screened from nm lij i lir and. roses covering the railing. Tl: bride gucn inij lij her itlui A marriage lias heeii arranged lie 'tween Earl Percy, heir to the Dulto dom 10! Northumberland ind lad Uelcn Gordon I cnnox the j ounges (Uuijhter of thu of Richmond irl I'creji Vra horn in 1880 md i a captun in the Grenadier Guirdb ind in Lxtia A D C to Earl Ore) the Genera! of Canaila 1 uas only quit? reccullj that Hi lonlifnp suled toi fcngHnd During his .star in Canada .he'became a wel krown figure and was well lll-cc1 am esteemed ,05 all Khom. he cim' -in .contact. i- f room mis sioimn meeting at the home of Mrs T Higin-botliam Third Avc to past three. Miss Gimpbcll, a nfissiomrj uho lus-been at the mis sioir will be present ind givi, a brjuf address Miss Camphol Imjalread) addressed a couple ol githcnngs m the citj and those who have heard, her. Miss Stanford, who was here last fall from the same unssion vull be pliiscd to hear tyss Campbell again and will for her tall being interesting All of the ciU who arc inter ested in mission ire inMtcd to at- tend this meeting these including 'Sir Hugh; and I.ady Cirahain, Lady and Miss Clouston, and Senator and Mrs. Kirchhoficr. Amongst tliosc-sumuroiied to the third Court were LadyV-Mann, Mrs. Adam Beck, Madame Brddeur. 'Mrs. Henrv Cavthra and Miss Grace Caw thra, Mrs. Colin Campbell, of Winni- peg, and Miss Campbell; Lady Donc- kill Mis A kiikpilnck md Miss Kirkpatrick, .Robert Re- Mrs. Pcrclval Ifldout and Miss Letinie. Kidout, Mrs. Sloane Stanley (Dowager. Countess Mrs. -Mrs. James Scott, Mrs. Ian Hamilton .Bcnn, Miss Catherine Wcll- and Merritt, Miss Nora Ma'eslov. and Miss. Constance' Hover. The sterner sex were represented by the lion. Louis Brodcur, the Hon.'Adam Beck, the Hon. Colin Mr. Pcrcir.il IJitlout. On this occasion a few others to whom Canada is interested also ap- peared, these including Lady Mount Stephen, who represented Lord'Mount Stephen's niece, Mrs. Rcford Ladv Jane 'Hon. Mrs Ralph TYorke, Lord' and Lady North cllffe I ord and Lad) Ii urness the latter presenting Mrs Stephen feur less Miss Charlotte Doi'rUn h vhq was presented'by Mrs. Wilfred lojiL and Mrs Cecil Usborne pro sented b> Ladj Cohen On Thursdn I adi Borden Lirlj u'rkpatrick, Mrs. '_ Herbert' Eckfofd IJendric, -of the Homewood Umilton) Mrs Richard McBndi, Hon. Mrs. Howard, Miss Gladys Mrs. William' Osier. Miss Elizabeth Bordcn, Mrs. James ai d Miss Minh Bell In ing the Mi "-es latlys and Margery Hamar Green- Miss Oulic Wright (of Otta- la) Mtb J Bowser AIiss lltn (of Montreil) Mrs Shirlej Bonn .nil Mrs. Bovill all appeared. '.Lady lorris. wife of the Premier of New- oundlnnd, was also.presented on this Kcasion. Sir .Frederick.-Borden, the Ion. R. McBride, the Hon. W. J. Jowser. Mr. R, -J. B. Howard, and Ir. "John Hendrywere among those ummoncd. With the .exception of Mrs.. Osier, ho was presented bj I atlj Kuk atrick. Miss Ridout, -for whom her acted, -anil Mrs. Rcford, all le.Canadians were presented by Mrs wife of Secretary f ite for the Colonies PARADED TO The King held a on Monti 13 ornillg at.St. Janie's Palace, ajesty wore .the uniform of an too heavy straw causing the grain I to lodge, doubling harvest labor and affecting the percentage of yield. SAPS ALBANIAN REVOLUTION MUST BE CONTINUED New York, June Bay Kon- itiza, tho representative in America o[ the -Albanian revolutionary party, .says that conditions in the Turkish j empire, fur from being improved un- der the new regime, are very much worse. Faik Day, wlio IB here to col- lect-funds for hit countrymen, says: The loss of Albania to Turkey means the ending of their .empire, as it al- ways depended on'Albanians in the course of need, when all other nations were against Turkey.'' Conditions are worse under tho new regime. Abdul Hamid was 'a despot but he had ft sense of responsibility. In his place there are now a hundred Abdul Ham- ids, who have no idea of the responsi- bilities of statesmanship. The Turks have lost prestige in the eyes of their dependencies through the loss they have sustained from Albanians. In revenge'they have destroyed villages and. murdered thousands of women, children and old iKoplo. We must keep up the revolution at all cost un- til wc are helpless.or. Albania it free from the Turkish joke I haxe recelv ed a Mble from the Albanian commit tee reading 'Rebellion continues'" Nina iwj tecommend we in cr in health. m De You "THE. CAT AND THE FIDDLE" TONIGHT AT; THE MAJESTIC "The Cat and Fiddle" is ternitiu a "niusjcal and the term fits, for it IB a "musical" every min- ute for .two hours and a half, and W'ith mapy scenic effects .and illusions oc- curring, it is certainly extravagant; and. It ,is well worth while as good amusement. "The Cat and the Fiddle" claims a good plot. There aire "Immortals" w'ho want .to .rule the mythical Isle of and Mortals who to be after a struggle between PUBLIC FUNERAL OFTJAYNEDAIY Winnipeg, June pub- lic funeral will be given, the remains of Hon. Mayne Daly, tomorrow, in which representatives of the pro- vincial this city and Brandon city will participate. A fun- eral service will be heliP at three o'clock at St. Luke's church and 'tlicnce the funeral cortege will pro- ceed to the city hall, where the body will'lie in state until tight that ev- ening, at which hour it will be remor ci! to the C. I', for ship- ment to Stratford, Out., where biirT ial will take place. .Secretary Morrison, of the Mani- toba Cricket'Association, has receiv- ed wires from Dr. President of the Canadian Crickot Association, Toronto, anil from the Presidents ol Uic Saskatchewan and Alberta As- sociations, asking that wreaths be presented on their behalf. On the expressed wish of the deceased, how- ever, it has .licen decided that there will ,bc no. llpral. offerings, and. 'the money, w-hich in .the usual way would liavc btrn..spent tor this purpose, will he .used, tp establish cots at the Children's Hospital. Local cricketers, hope to combine with .outside cricketers in establish- ing a. cricketers: cot at the Children's l-Iospital ini memory of a good sports roan and a great .friend of the little ones. NA-DRU-CO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS I hrlijatinii naiiirjr of the iloiucb. pmoplei ike Jl of SUNDIAL TRIP POSTPONED Owine to tlie recent t heavy rains which have put roads all tp the the get 1 acquainted trip wJilch :llicl Board of Trade'was going to run to' Sundial and Lake Mc- gregor tomorrow, 'has been postponed to a.'date thut.wiJI be set later. MARKETS It GRAIN MARKETS'' June 'St-HJrain, on the''Winnipeg eicbui and closing: opened 5 S. October oyeited 90, elMed Vo !ty, December opened 89 1-8, etotet 89 opened '30 8-4, closed IS 14, Octobei opened 37.'closed 37 October w.vuv. closed 216 lea 1 70, closed 1 70 PROVINCIAL DEBENTURES QUOTED IN'LONDON London, June :four ipnces, Nor 96 1-4; 2 Nor, 1 4, 3 Nor, 90 4 J-4, No 5, 80'12, No. 6, 76 Feed Outs No. -C W JC American markets., -lulj opened 95, closetf 95 5-8, Septem- per cent sterling debenture, arc quot 'W 95' 9B- 'Dece'" M cd at 100 to .102 Ontario Yepstered DISALLOWED ALASKA COAL CLAIMS Washington, Jane The famous Junninjjhwn Alaskan coal land claims through which it has. been alleged Morgan-Guggenheim syndicate had planned to extend their vast, inter- ests in -Alaska .and to control the most valuable, coal fields in the world are today by. the deport- ment otMnteripr. Secrelary..of the In- terior Walter Fisher baling approv WORKING IN WEST in' ON MINNESOTA CASE Winnipeg, .June repre- sentatives ot the Pinkerton Detective Agencj dens that any arrests been made in Regina renaming Cass I akc Minnesota arson and safe blowing cases Howeier, admit that they seieral special men in Western Canada toda> working on the case and if the clues they are working on can be worked will be a big sensation The Winni peg detecthe agencj is working OB several incendiary fires which have occurred here recently. nagic awj with fortune the as hand- .wj 4h4 down Bennett, commissiofier'bf are overcome and the earth beings .wUh.for tnelr airship'and safe return to happiness. The story ends happl- lr ud all l> well, ,rDurins the action ol pity many musical numbers are Interpreted Heading the list ot fun makers is Harrjr B Wilson, and a recent ex change states. He is one of tue sort to whom 'being.funny is.second nature. The, Boylans, Hose Arthyr, grotesque dancing has ncvpr been eaualled, piesent their unlaue and charac'tei'Istic' dance" novelties. Among others are Geo. 0. Camp- bell Geb. .Marty Martz, the Gotthards and B. Wakeficld. His ad iril those who attended e Levee were Lord.'Strathcona, the ishop of British Columbia the Hon J. Bowser, the Hon.. J. H. Turn- er and Mr. Kutusoff Maciee. The fol- lowing were among the presentations to the King The Hon L P Brodeur K C bT the' Secretary of State. The Hon: AdaiM Beck, by- the High Commissioner for Canada. Mr rheodore Burrow s by the High Commissioner' for Canada. Major Herbert Eckford by the Hifh (omnn sioner for Cimdn Sir Wilfrid I inner 6 C M G-, b} the Sccretii) 01 Stajc Mr Donild Macmaster K C by the Right lion A J Balfour M P Major Gencril Colin bj the Chief of the Impeml General, Stuff The lion I'.ichiril McBrirtc, hi the High Commissioner for Canada ft'r John Wright Sifton M thb TO SUCCEED T MAYNE DALY AS MAGISTRATE Winnipeg June R Fergui n KC Is the local tip tor police- magistrate succeeding the late T Majne Dali The appointment Is made by the attorney general. ST PATRICK'S CHURCH Headed by the Miners' Band the So clets of St John s paraded to St Pat i ick s Church esterda> morning to the eleven o clock sen ice They were ad dressed by Father Rosenthal, whose discourse dealt with the life of John the Baptist. An original numbjsr for the chorus is promised in Undei the Sea with icenic'i effects andra -catchy air that !s very whiatleable. There are 19 gorgeons 'scenes, all''very elaborate and the boast is made that the pro- du'ctlOB-IB. one of the -largest in the musical comedy tour this sea in. The lyrics and music were written Lee Colby, he. having provided'15 numbers, a distinct novel ts in The Undressed Kids, a dancing number that causes much merriment; "The Mother Goose Baby "II; Maid ill the the Shadow of the Old Date Dreams' land and. the last door is 'be- hf.ti to mghan ban been closed to Cun iiaimantfi four per-cent. 101. are quoted at 99 Ho jlber opened 34 1-3, 90 1-4 duelled 88, closed :89; Sept. opened 89 W; opened 91. dosed 91 3 4. LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK Lharpool, Rogers Winnipeg. June contractjand Liiergool, .cabte that for the roundhouse of the C- the strong diemand w'hlch enisled In G. T. P. ROUNDHOUSE CONTRACT AT' RE6INA LET T F at Rcgina has been let to tho (Jarter-HaJls-Addinger per. Co et Winnl SECOND WHITE WOMAN Mrs jMarjcaret London, of Claresholm, the second white woman to live r In Alberta, Jit CaUary on Siturday aged' 62: She oame tele with her husband, rancher west rancoer( wescs 01 uiarwopim, 'who died'five jyem t J the Bfrkenhcad market on Saturday was continued todij, causing an Ad- vance of one quarter cent on all cit- tle, botn and Cenadlan steers making 13 1-2 to 13 cents per peand. WANTED TO HAVE TTATUE fOK A PARAM jarly-.todaj there wa a terrific plosion, tlu cibin and the men being blown to vieccs _ MARRlfeD COTTON At the Blon Methodist Church, Moose a, Sartatrhew in by 'the Rev. W.G. griln, .Willmm irthur Whiddlngton ,tethliridge, to Maude, daughter of lev. J s Cotton Upper Tooling, Lon don, .England TROUBLE ON THE BORDER, rounOt to o JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE SCOTTiai MILLS A Carload of Floor Oilcloths and Lino- leums-Varieties Bigger and Values Better Than Ever We have just received, direct from the celebrated mills at Kirtcaldy, Scot- land., a car load of this sjeasoii's and best prodnclions in Floor Cover- ings, including heavy quality prin't'ed', back floor oilcloth in block, tile and floral Linoleums in' tile and carpet Linol- eums in tile, carpet and parquetry de-, signs, Carpet in plain colors. B_y importing tlicse.goods in such __ enormous quantities at first and by taking advantage of all spot cash discounts, we nre you, better qualities at lower piiccs than arc obtain through any other source. C-Ko jfnattcr.if it be a covering for kifchen, hall, dininga-oo.m. .hath? ;5i will find, here ample in jusUhe particular need. Few Hints Of J: The Kinds And Prices 4 FLOOR OILCLOTHS Trom, per square >ard PRINTED LINOLEUMS per square 35c 50c INLAID LINOLEUMS From, CORK CARPIT per. equare yard S1.121- SPECIAL NOTICE Of WEEKLY IIALF-HOLTDAr Aming monJhs of July August. _2 July 5th and on 'o-vcry Wednesday during the July and August this Store will be closed at I o'clock, in order io'gne our employees a weekly half holiday during the trying weather'bf these two months. t The Hudson's Bay Stores ;