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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, -lime 27, IMS THE LETIIBRIDOE DAIIA' HERALD MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provisions Prices taiil Xnrllu-iu............ Nurthcrti 75 Northern................ 70 Northern bft 5 Norllirti............ 54 KM 77 KcJ.............. Ti KH............. It" lied (.5 Ilfl................ 51 No. 2 Alfalfa, ur lou...... 1100 No. 1 Timothy.......... 17.00 Hlue Joint............... 1C 40 1'ioduco prices to Sir.tuberries, r 11 ijtb 1 uuiiiLVE, lib. crate..... IIUllCI, Ji TWO THOUSAND CHILDREN WILL FOR NEXT TWO MONTHS pell Two lluusand piled moll out of thv loitj ur more suhoul rcXiins ul Ihe utj's educational Iti- hapuy In '.the 1t-at thf ciidstiinuier arc Lere. KOI tuv months, llje> will be avvci> iitVJbly ichool books, avid) H.f rcitrjlninj; laOciccite ct D.f ti'ikhrii. rt-iuir.es on September 2, ihe Jollouicg Labor Day. Teachers ate _Jar and uiJe MJIA to ti.eir old l.oi ties back in the fast others will to attar on excur- sions A lew r.ot return, but cater Npherej of usefuli.css .tile VIII, ufteinoon at 3 oVloiL Grade iiill f.nish urlhrig tomorrow af- The higher grades nill rou.- if v.rltnig oa Moi.iiay, io contin- week. K'huotito'i, June 20 Me- Neilh-, iVe lit.sba.id of Mrs. .Jane Mc- Ni'illv, who WHS lillpil arid her three ihiHrrn injuii-d is toda> almost Jis- tracte'I ivilh A trai'Jc look phce i-i Ite olTif-e.s the Can- r. iluay lists motmcg Mr. .VcN'eilly ttfiit to inquire it tl.ere an> futtl.er neus. talking to tlic i lei fa he broke out rrjing hi cair.t He swore that ihe men in the pRico had killed his wife ni.'l Uicd to kill his children. Neilly raved :R such :i niarmer he had lecone de- incj tcil and there was considerable cnn.potion. .fCuntuaU} he uas nifiiid hy the ]nnitor anil for his own s.'tfejv was to the police sta- tion1 iti the patrol where he was kept for I few hours until had got his feeliips ucder eontrol. T.'fitidon, June. 27 rase Mrj. Kmmclir.c I'anUiurst, ihe suf- fragette leader, came up in the house of commons again jesierday when 3ir. Jcirctt, labor for Wes1 Bradford, asked ft ihe prepatcil to face the possibilities of her death if prison treatment was continued. Secretary McKcnna ie plied thai the prison authorities hau their utmost to induce her to eat anrl that she. alono wo'jJd fce respon siblc for tt.e lor her re- fusal to take fiou'rishment. FELL ON TO CIRCULAR SAW St. Thomas, Ont, Juno Vr'cir, aged 17. son of Alex. Weir, me a terrible death at Mofrds ft Sons mill today. He was oiling a pulley when tlie ladder slipped and he fel onto a circular saw. MR. TRACY IS IHE "SALADA" The TEA of Surpassing Excellence. Last year Its Increased tksM of the year by a and a Quarter Faunds. It final test of merit. M? Black, Mixed and T (ial to tuy i movement, a, Ikl lliat is, by iho experience of Ite flu- or six >earn. The Induftry Is In its' Infancy ae yet, and Mr. iielte that co-opi'Mllie methods should be Introduced now. It cgst the Montana growers large aunts to Ji.Uoduce scbeuje there, !f It hail beta v.orlvtil up the- legjntiing, the taovcmcut have yrovin with Ibn End us In. 3IOQUtna raises over pontiffs of wool annually, fchkb is j po-jnfiB raorc than Southern Albeita rftlies, and three limes aa nuch as (lit- whole of Canada pro- L-ces, so the iiosslbllitles are un limit- d. The muttoa bido of the sheep trj oSers com para l h the a mo poEEiUUllicc. Tracy and G. T. Will- ngmyre, the government ezuen, ImJ n conft'rcr.ce this morning, regard- ing the piesenl status of the wool in- dustry IP Alberta, Mr. Tracy IB very much as ho believes ridge meat ev- entually be tin Important wool centre, such as Great in Montana lie has, therefore, asked Mr. to prepare a 61 his EC-nations of the wool Industry here, tho methods now lit %ogue, whether are good or bad, and if bad, sug- gested remedies. AB the opea gradually becomes cut up by settle- ment, the bands of sheep must neces- sarily be reduced In numbers. And as fences are built, it bacomes moro dif- ficult year by year to drive the sheep to rtnlrai shearing plants. Conse quently, more and ill be the result, and ihey will be spattered ivlde areas. Hence, it will he ne- cessary in the not far distant future, to assemble wool nt some centra! lioint for trans-shipment, as ihe Email er wen cnnr.ot ehlp to advantage un- less they combine and get the carload rales. Lethbridge la the only logical poiry for such assemblage, betne as'it is in the very centre of the wool area.' wilt be necessary to establish a ware- house for receiving the wools, and growers' association l likely handle this end of the project. .Mr. Tracy will use Mr. Willing mjre'a report in poatiny the sheep- men for next year's clip, he believes that thorough ration is eseen I.omicm. June Kay- Ypifc House td the station anrl loui Iv acdaimerl the President as hi mon'i Poir.c.iirc, after bcinc the guest _ f passed Thr rnval tram took him to o! and the British flhcre on a since Tuesday, left this morning {Frrnrh warship amiri salutes Irotn a for Krjnce. Kir.g Priwe of fleet of 26 powerful llrltish JITY AND DISTRICT Did Some Goad A. I'astt, wool buyer for the Car er Comi-aiiy, of Toronto, IB In the district looking over forae of Alberta's best clipi. Mr. Carter was one of the first wool merchants to buy wool .his country. Mr. Pagot thinks the eminent has aided iho sheepmen In jetting a boiler because It ha: [UK them T, ;sc ro many points they dli itil uaderatand heretofore. Back to Edmonton lion. Duncan Marshall, minister o TgrlcuUure. has returned to Edmon ton. White here he expressed a lav opinion of the proposed Uv slock market and co-operative col storage plant. Jlr. IB ver lo-js lo sec the Alberta farmers Into dairying, and to karo how t make good butter. Southern Visitor H. H. Johnson, of the Iowa Farmin company, Stirling. Is In the rity t c a look at some of the high das Bloefc. Rains have been genera throughout the Stirling district, an although they ivere somewhat be! in their arrival, the benefit wit lhc-m. LOOKING FOR ACCLAMATION Portage la Prairie, Junt announcement of satisfaction by th Liberal paper over Mr. Melghen's a poinlment SA solicitor-general Is inte nretcd as moaning an acclamation i the bye-eleclion. THE GIRL WHO DARED Duke of Connnught and Prince Arthur of Conniutghl, loftier wilh ft brilliant of court dig- nitaur-s, gathcrcti at Victoria sta- tEon to bill htm Great crowds lined the sttccts from French drcssrr] in fashion colors the Vretich and Uritish Several of the Uriliah battleships acicJ a1; an escort arrows the chan- nel. King George s KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG OHEWINJG TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF 1 It surpasses all others imqualily and flavour because ihe process by wriich it is differs from is deli- ewusly sweet and noii-irritaling. SOLD EVErWrWHERE! tOo A PI.UQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC I Miss Sadio Curry, the llllle Irl champion In-the Walter K.-SIM water circ.us at the Kline ma a hit last night because she would take a-dare. Someone in tht audleu shouted to her that she could not a baclt jack-knife dive, she mere smiled and walked to the edge the high springboard, posed a momc and then, quick as a flash, spra backwards, doubled her borty In m air, making a perfect "jack-knife" a slralshtened out like nn nrron ,15 s entered the wnter. she Is a wond fully graceful direr and though ve yo'ithful, has a collection of meda and silver In swimming a diving contests, that any girl mlg envy. The cup she Is holding v. won In a fancy diving contest a flvo olher' p-ofeislon divers, and was awarded by puo decision. ensational Stoiy Told at Wash- J Brick Scheme Was Foiled Washington, June 27 story ol foit to sell a Iritk Wall and how It was foiled, was !d in part to .toe lobby in- stigation committee last night at it-of the most sensation pruduciag ssions it has ir, iti stciTmy It was a lalf ot huv, was I be everted in tLc btatb ot the in Washington to present un- vorable Investigations into the LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPERS Regular for Fare refunded to buyers from South Side Purchases Over ALBERTA TRADING CO. Wholesale and Retail Merchants 418 13th St. N. Lethbridge Raymond Paine in The Girl Question at ihe Majestic Tonight and Tomorrow Night FKOM 12-18 Practically the whole- of Ibis district got tlic heavy rain of last uceto. W. Uryan and J. Green had the drillers last week and both report an abundance of good water. Krnest Greenfield Is making a trip through Montana, and also intends to visit his parents In Iowa before re- turning. Mrs. Popltes, who has not been welf for a few iceeH i4, to say, out ana around again. MlEs Pearl Tborapaoa of Cilgary nt- icnded Iho wedding here of her sister, also vlEltttiK her sister, Mrs. Gilbei t. arc glad to retort that Mace Bor- row ia ImprcTing in health at the Banff not springs. TTev. 0. llaker of Plnrhcr Creek, for- meriy paitor in this district, visited friends here a feiv days ago. The Ladles' Aid social 3t nolllns Orcen school was nell altenil- ed and much credit is -tue Misa Psrrv for the good the Bchoo! Ciilld- rcn gave. A pleasant surprise rarly given Miss Parry, our popular teacher, by a Urge nuiabfcr of her friends at tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Sperjjftr. I Mrs. Mt are tisit- ing her (nthcr, Jfr. Valdcy. I home of .Mr. and Mrs. J. Gilbert, when A quiet but pretty wedding sister Grace was married" E. Place last Wednesday, June IS, at the] Cyrus Finders. DON'T ASK FOR JUST OLIVE OIL AND EXPECT TO GET THE BEST THAT THE MARKET CAN PRODUCE. DEMAND V Vlttucc 0 V Map of Italy Virgin Olive 0 Oil and you mny be sure that'you arc securing tho hljheit quality Imported FIRST PHESS OHvc Oil that Italy Produces. YOUR DEALER IS INSTRUCTED TO REFUND TUB PUI1C1IASE F1XD V.V.O O. NOT AS WB CLAIM. Send for our new cook free, OB re- ceipt of deal- er's name and your own. John Vittucci Co, LARGEST IMPORTER OF PURE OLIVE, OtU (N THE PAOlC NORTHWEST SEATTLE, Wash, 'VANCOUVER, B.C. Local Jobbers: Campbell, Wilson Home. ;