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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ti PNII TO Ak. TKAINI Hotel Windsor mm a AlbtHa TBe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN LITNMMM J li and MM building Bearer Board does not chip, crack, diaintcgrate or deteriorate It makce a bouse warmer in winter and cooler In summer. It le- tards fire; ittrains .vibrations that crack and bring down plaster. Beaver Board becomes one of tho com. pooent parta ot any building and never needs-replacing Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. p. o. sax 4Q1-W3 2nd 8. :PHONC sit H- 'A. 'Mel-cod erect a miie-ston block in Edmonton Siv Nfounted Police esLorts and o prisoners arcued from Calgan this afternoon foi transler- ence to the jail here A W I lings, of HIP Western Can- ada returned to >es aiteitioon in company Mrs, Ilings Owing to the absence of nemhers of the Board of Ttadc coun- cil in there he no meet- jj mg ol the Ihis evening. C'refctent JUtglits Jipthoiiists suc- ceeded in inducing the conference au- thorities to allow Rev ,J LI Fran- cis to remain Uiein instead of go- ing to Langdon E J Cook displaced a fine sample of alfalfa from his laun southeast or the ciU It stood j Ihree rect high Mr Cook will cvhihitlj his alfalfa at the Calgary exhibition Clifford T Jones, H V Sinnott1 E. If ev-AIPP, and W. J Tregillus aie nienuoned as possible candidates for major of Calgarj the nevt iflunicipal election 71 Cair, printipal of the hutt Business College of this has been transFericu rto fthe p school at Calgary, and leaves for that on Satmdaj niormue; lie l ceeded Mr The cou'it house will he closed for the usual summer vacation itom 1st I iilj until .September 1 HP arjous offices m the court house will open at ten and close at one o'clock each dav during the vacation, Uaddmgton and Pott have arranged to hold a weekly sale of stock and implements at lionnell's barn sale will; he held oni'Satur- day at 230, for which a large num- ber of been recened. Judge Wint'er yesterday in the dis- trict court disposed of the following large debt cases, nan'flv Magrath Trading Co vs John U. Merrill, judgment for plaftitiffs for 00 J. C RIPC vs judgment for costs The next sittings of the court will be held in September. i j. Saturday Specials Creams and Sugars, pr. New Cut Bowls ........80c. JaYdenieres 85 c. Lemon Reamers, .5c-10c, Cream Jugs Salad. Bowls, glass.....25c. Odd Plates.....Sc each Marmalade pols 65c 4 piece table sets 35c. Glasses, per dozen .....65c. per dozen, Tea pots, each ........15c. With every purchase of or over, we give away, a regular jar- denier, v This is for'Sat- urday. SEE CtUR WINDOWS Phone ti KEEP COOL! IT'S I A A'Ciy Jiaud- 0111 f Japanese Ban RECALL small or large! Got yotu'rin-timc j3 j. D Higinbotbam The Rexall Store CJTY AND DISTRICT Dr C C Cragt? left this moining for Long fipacli, California, he will join MLS Ciagg anil familj who liave rn-iuhnff there for the past nonth The tlocLor rctuiu about1 a niontli. The ncu sticcl fluslier put to ivork ou the paved streeU for the list time tins morning, and did ex- BUSINESS LOCALS Old papcis for idle at the Ileiald Office i 150-0 Canadian Older of Forrsleis meet- Bug tonight ,SpL'u.tl important husi- _ Ib8-l Foe quick baggage service, phone 670 Kev fisar Store 1M All of I. 0. I, 1B06 Lcth bridge, arc requested to attend the cgulai incctine hilj lit, at 8 p in J.is. ISC. ICS-2 0 Leadbetter, sign writer, etc. Phone 119-0 Lethbridge Tuilttli Hath parlors Fveryihmg new, clean and up-lo-ilatc attendants and expert mas- curs cater to ;our comfort, 5th St S. We never close 1'bone 1101 153-0 Baggage Room, phono 052. Transfer n connect'on. lld-0 l''or Finest touti, fiO per 100 pounds. Saunders. potatops 10S-2 ccllent work The flusher is, a home- nadc aftair, and has been named the !bnakc', ds it is stipentinc in appL-arance. Mr. ne'v pimcipal for the Garbutt College, will arrne in the city on July and will lie-in ms duties in the college on 1 uesddj. Mi 1'ibher has hail n wide cvpeuence ab a leader, ana liefe ihc college continue to uridei his Icadprslup Classes held during, the summec months. A MODEL Mr John Gilmoic Jiab hit. new bakcn at (iJO 2nd N in full uiinuii; ordei now ami to any i who has not scfcn a inoJcrn bakery a visit to Mr. Gilmorc'a plant .would ,1 rexnlalloii In erecting his new ovens.Mr. Gil- more has cjiftodied all the la'teat ideas which ensure haking, and the bread lie is turning out will stand comparison, with the best ofi.tlieio. All the appointments aie on a par with the precaulfonjms been taken 1o assure sanitary hand- ling from-floiir to bread and the pioccss m'kncaihng and molding Ihc bread hai'been established. Mr more is satisfied th.it the puMic appreciate enterprise is receiving evidence of it dniJy by a rapidly grow- ing business, "I DEDICATED NEW CHURCH AT COUTTS COMBINED CHURCH AND PARISH CALGARY OFFICIATED On June S p in the Bishop of ;Calgary, opened the new. Anglican church at Coutts, dedicated to St. 1'etcr. Thp church building is unique, consisting of church and parish room, side b) side ondcr one roof The two in 'character, .Uie church haying1 a peak roof and the parish rooirr a flat ceiling. The chancel look- ed especially nice with its blue hang- 'ings of dossal and curtains, sent bv.a. fuend in England, also 1m en and frontal for the altar. j.TliB church at Con its is due to tho efforts'of'the Southern Alberta-Mis- sion, several of the member's of which piesent, including the Rer. A Swayne, who is in charge at War- ner and C'outtsi The Rural Dean of Lethlujclge, the Rev. J Miurell- Wnghi u.is also present The op'ening portion of the service was taken by Ah Swawie, the fust lesson being road by Mr a member of the mission .resident at Coutts, second Rural Dean. After the hjnm "We the place, 0 the Bishop dedicated church, ami then preached on the text, Opn 28 7, "This us none other jut, tin- house of God, and tins is the ;a.te of There was an rclleni congregation p Mrs Patton placed tlic hjmns The for the church ere diaun hy Mi Cancr of Lrthbridge, pud tlie building nab erected by jlr .Johnson of Warner, Aftei tho sen uc an impromptu concert tock place in the open air and light refreshments were provided Mrs Patton had Ivindlj lent her piano, and presents of cake and fuiit had been sent The dedication services; concluded on Tucs'lav morning nnen the Bishop celebrated the holy communion there was a good number of communicants The oftenngs at the two services amounted to 70, were for the building fund si makes the second church opened in Southern this neck Ynghcai Albert; CHILD IS IN A CRITICAL STATE TRIAL AT COLEMAN ADJOURNED AS At RESULT .UNTIL JULY Coleman, June 26 Rjpon, ac- of shooting the fp'C-y car-old laughter of P Dccastei, was. brought iom! todaj for his prelini- inar} hearing Twcnty-Eour witnehscb had Lren subpoenaed in connection case, but owing to the cri- tical state of the little child" the hear- ing could not be proceeded with, be adjourned until Thursday, July