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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE BIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 1914 Makes (he day's Outing- A PLEASURE THE QUEBEC COURT HOUSE Truly a dainty bite. With a velvety smooth- ness and a wholesomeness distinctly its own. bin ,f Mi dmlai. The official enquiry into the wreck of the Empress of Ireland was opened In this building'recently, with Lord Mersey presiding over the Royal Ccm mission. COWANS norm A i imi KILLED GIRL ;IN MAPLE BUDS BODIES RECOVERED Golden, B.C., June of promise to place .the best exhibi ever sesn in the building. There are a number of.new and at tractive exhibits this year, many o them oE a class than ,in "ormer ami it is evident thai nany of the merchants and manufac- .urers of are doing what they can to make the fair an attfac tive. une. IRON WORKERS DOING TIME CONSTHUCTION'hSTARTED Leavenworth, Kan., June twelve iron convicted in the "dynamite conspiracy" cases, who ar- rived here last begin [serv- ing their put through the routine processes of "dressing in" at the United States' penitentiary to- day; When they men came from the ward where they 'spent the night, each was given a bath, a shave, a new suit of prison clothes, and new prison shoes, and their prison life, "which be- gan New Year's Day a year ago, but was Interrupted by their relelase on bond, started anew. LETHBRIDGE FAIR July 7. 8. 9 How About Spring; LanibT Jack Sprati and His Famous Wife Quality is uniformly high and prices moderate. All Meats grown in Southern Alberta. ON WARNER SCHOOL Smith of Smith Bros.' 3f Wilson, the' con tractors for the hew Warner school was la town arranging fo: the supply vof gravel, etc. Work has been begun on the excavation cf the basement, and Mr. Smith made i quite clear that Ms. firm intended to get as much 'ol tiji wprlc done by local men as possibleyj R. S. Lefflngwen, M.P.P., has gone to Calgary on business. Miss Fay Smith and Miss Doyle autoed to Tuesday. Mrs. W. Fisher of Tab'er Is spending a few days 'with" her daughter, Mrs A. P. Veale. Mr. F. Fredric'hs arrived in .town this morning to join his wife, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell. Warner people are still interested in the Empress of Ireland disaster, as no word has yet been received of Mrs. Tolander, who was supposed to have sailed on the ill-fated vessel. Mr. Tolander is still in Quebec, and it is understood that no trace whatever can be found of Mrs. Tolander having sailed on the boat; but, on the other hand, no 'word b-s been received from her since she left.- It is her third trip to Sweden, and since her name ap- parently does not appear on the sail- ing list of the Empress of Ireland, her many friends hope that she may yet be safe. Toronto, Ont, June 25. After their strenuous work of yesterday the majority of the Ad Men loafed this morning. Only three sessions held meetings. An interesting exhibit and oue largely attended, was that of ad- vertising methods and material. The geiiui'ul this aUcrnoon will wind up the convention. In the program an; included addresses by' foreign delegates aod the announce- ment by the executive committee of the name of the next convention ci'-y. The election will then iic held and the big convention will close. j Many of the members will leave for their respective homes tonight hut i the general exodus will occur Ictnor- row. PHONE 452 LETIiJBlUUUE PAIR July 7. 8. 9 Toronto, OnL, Juno eyes of the young man to whom, she was engaged to tie Mary Marsh, a Richmond Hill girl, was kill- ed by aii automobile, driven- by John B. Whalev, >an.Esllnton grocer, wh pulled up for n moment'or, two.afte the accident, then disappeared int tlie night, ;ind half an hour 'subpoenaed to act on the coroner' jury on., the same case, and appointed foreman; Whaley took his place at the in- quest- into the ghi's death without a to the coronei or the other, iurymeu concerning :his alleged part in'the tragedy. Police officials spent many hours investigating yes terday before they suspected .that Whaley tho man in charge of the death car. A piece, of glass which they.picked up at the scene of the accident, fitted perfectly with a bro- ken headlight on Whaley's automobile The Pink of Health la every woman's ri( but many are trouh_-_ sallow complexions, headaches, backaches, low they learn that sure relief may be found in PARKER Carnival ShoAvs At Lethbridge Fair Everything demanded "by customers will be found awaiting them at this market. The choic- est meats in town. This iriarket is a model for cleanliness, quality and reasonableness of. prices. 'THE: Dominion Meat Market Phone 1655 Corner 4th Ave and 6th St. South Your Choice Of The Choicest V Turkeys, Chickens, Veal, Lamb, and everything else on the inarket tomorrow If rfs On The Market We Have It THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality but not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. V PHONE 492 AT MARKET PRICES don't have to go tithe City Market to get cheap 'meat. We sell at Market Prices FOR CASH. WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET Phone 1055 310 Westminster Road ;