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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PILES am BUK AMMAN FACES BIGAMY CHARGE LIFTED DEBT OMHURCH Toronto Business Men Take up Collection for Littfe Struggling Church at Matheson THE LETilBKIDfiE DAILY HEBALD SH___________ I-Good for I SUntU I .nine. a I i lib and there's I yum nhinel Black or I tan, at all grocer, and I V-incoinpr, June 28 Alderman W 'J Cavaiunigli, a pionec? icsuleiit of Empcrbn arid arrested laa mght on a charge ol bigamv It u nati a >gul he married Lillie Campbell "id if the bold orospect. iu Miin of In whom he IMS one child, .while still- married to Marv E. Oavanaufh Thi c.isr wai adjourned davanaugh made a foi tune in estate and left the citv real aldermanic term 1) rs ago, 'but hour ,t uddeilj duimg hu of ,week. The rie returned recent- ONE THOUSAND ACTORS PLAYED BEFORE KING AND QUEEN J.une thousand ac- tore tok part In the second command performance at Hia Majesty's theatte lam erening and the function was most .brilliant. Sir Herbert -Berhoira T bad arranged a superb performance Long before the doors opened a great crowd had gathered at the theatre route from Buckingham Pal- ace and the King and Queen-were loudb cheered when they appeared Their Majesties and all those attend i tag in brilliant attire but as Covent Ganfens, the Indian princes tbeir gorgeous apparel outshone al others. Th, following imu.ing ,Wount of people Tas. the hat" flutter on how the Toronto board of trade clear one side and Lockie Wll.on on lift ed tho debt on th, KatheBon church, other, the hats were soon filled taken trim th. Toronto World Meanwhile Mr Baunerman had tak "When thei'Tdronio board of trade en a reef In hi. Imagination, stopped came td and with nervoui (witching hands, he awaited Some say he even pinched hiniaelf. One man who gave six. bits and a nick witi, e' on round, couldn't .wait for odlst. and Presbyferlane" Ma'theson turn second time round and went to meet the collector It had al olmrch union. _ _ onto editor, "but here', another five." 'I feel ten dollars' uld Sen ator .laffray, "here you are.' The enthusiasm and the collectors were cramming n the greenback President Gourle> auneated hymn. Armour had to up a five 'Ihete word, will In the of th. little of worship porg who make up the Union Church both'.Meth-" --Isti and Presbyterians Matheson. i is a strugaling town alone the line of I lthe.T and H O railwav roe towuibip .materialize iUtheton ill be thrh Ing1 centre .At anv the Itlnerarj of the To- ronto board of trade included a >ti INCREASE J10CJ WAGES London, June .hip own- .r.' aaaocl.den ,f United Kingdom mat In London thli if- lernoon and adopted resolution. In favor of moderate Incruiei In tne waoei of certiln lectloni of worker, at certain point, and recommended that the aieoclatlon fix the ttandard rate for wagei The m.etlng, how.v.r, oppoitd the demand for recognition of the aallore' and firemen', union. The general attitude of .hip owner, ihowtd a weakn.lng from the flnt toward, the itrlker.. 1 Many of their ahlp. are over, due to .ail and tM. faet eombln ed with preiiun on them from the board of trade to effect a conciliation Hm. in- dicate that the itrvtAI. will net be much (urther prolonged. 'SHIPOWNERS M pdiuvsdn.v, June 28, Mil. of lait ,week. The party left the train and proceeded eaitw.rd to the river; indemnity for playing the or into the building fund ROVAL LIAVE'INOLAND London. June 1 The heln to the of Europe the WIN PRIZES The fourth annual exhibit of plants by 'the children "of the I'uhlic schools was held this morning at Central School arid Westminster school. The plants, accoidlng to the Judge, I E Ten-ill, Hie florist, are in u much healthlti condition than in previous years ami the children, who loctke'it alter them and attended to their wants dcsein p gnat dial of piaibc prize ior, the best wimiow box was given Miss and was one of lio hest txhlbits I ho following' vvrie warded the prizes, which will be I in the fall in the form ot bulbs Miss Atilt-lsl, Hugh Sang; 3ml, Hna Green .3rd, laicitc MacDouc'all. Miss 1st, Lome Stewart: ill, I. Stewart; 3rd, Allan Donald- on Miss 1st, Helen Bawdcu OOMONATION or KINO WILL II COMMEMOB4TBn AT THI aut.via.2a lii MM DIOCESE OF RUPERT'S LAND 2nd, Irvin Thorn 3rd, Diniic Bcawn. Miss 1st, 1 0111 Christie 2nd, Jennie Chnstenson Jid, Giace Winnipeg June is -Archbishop Matheson, 'PHmate ot all Canada Ethel Jones 2nd Itnnett-; 3rd, Clarence Morris. Tom tfest; 2nd, Dm f i is Stccle 3rd, C. West Miss Gertie 'Sliavv 2nd, of'interest, and won groups scattered ty dollars of the five hundred! Pali the Hat Again tuests during (ho coronation period stood on the comer hard by the river hate said tares ell to King George and Show'in a opened this morning Holy rriniti school house the annual sjnod of the docew or Hupeils man, HAS KIDNEY TROUBLE. COULD MOT GINS IK MM MIN WAI SI MEAT. S "FOUND DEAD IN RIVER ;WiBnipes..June Kieve, brother of John Rteve, C P R engin eer, was found dead this morning in the m er at the foot of ater Street His bead is battered u eating -a SUB melon of foul play The Ladies of Lethbridge May Have Beau- K ttfHl Hair. The Alberta Drug Co. has the Arti- r -x'le and Guarantees It .S to Grow Hair or Re- fuiMl Your Money v The Alberta Drug Co backed up by the manufactureis of S VWIA, the freatHair guarantees it to SALVIA destrovs pandi u'ff in ten jjThe roota of the hair are and fed' that new crop of Hair BDringtf up, to the amazement anil tdelight of the user. The hair is made and fluffy Like all American I JtrepaiatioDh-SALVtA IE daintily per fumed It is hard to find an actress ,who does not use SALVIA continually "rCh' to flow countrv looking: chap stood hv. whunslcailj looking on 1 he church needs the he musea thev dollar. In debt! Hur-1 T Georse Som- rah- bovs, busj and reduce he0d ten N the eaucs was Mr Somers fourth contribution He first put a quarter in the liat. then raised it to a dollar. On-the second round he gave five, and now he want ed to add ten "No, you came the reply ill 3rd, John CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE M 7 "or the Ontlno T'U Two or Three Got Busy three got husv Rat-1 ter held'the hat, and was accompanied by Mr Johnston, who said raising money the only Methodist stunt could think of The q into dollars and the crowd began to file into There is no ro cord of what he told the hether a gang was moving the ihurch, or Matheson was entertaining ingels unawares How ever, W A. .the student-preacher, that'Usvbls name, soon arrived arid took a place' on the platform. He found the church intact, except that Brie Armour was grinding a gospel tune out of the.organ. President Gourley explained the object ot stampede, and Alt Rutter came In and announced that JI34 subscribed. Mr Bannerman, as In Brmn bmg the helped' the police i lound up his assailant shortly after Mlss E Dick Crnbli wards Paul Is badly stabbed and col lapsed from loss o( blood The (tab jblng took place at Bildgelaml' 3rd, Mary etpresied gratitude God had certain I Ij been kind unto them His eyes fill dld" Then brie ed with tears and his voice broke hear One hundred and thirty-four dollar.! and 'a8tlns- There ad ay 2, Ladles of societj and influence use Bo other 3ALVH is a nonstick) pieparation tand is the ladies' favorite A laige generous bottle SOc The Scobell Drug Co, St Canadian distributors But thl. was not all. "Therc are one hundred men in this part} who will spare 15 api make this church free of debt ____ do vou says, bojc, if we keep thia meeting open until, we got the ulatlon, no rate said, "I had five tentatlon One felio dollars' worth of fun Those who have given a couole of dol iars can raise it to five Those who have more can come in, too ou aay'" "Hurrah'" same from half Do.You Want To Save Safe At Blue Store n 'i' AVENUE S. i, 8 _ TO ANY clW. v V. f f neTer had a foetter time In my life. They went to the.bank and gave II Bannerman a deposit receipt Tha [train whistle blew The conductor jcned "All aboard1" and the specia drew away around, the. bend arid was I lost to view That was the day "when yie Tor onto Board of Trade came to Mathe- And, by the bve. the provincial treaa jurer went to Commis.loner' Dane when Matheion townsite wag laid out and said "Dane, I want you to piclfl out the beat site In the foi a Presbyterian church and aend the bill to me." 2nd; Helen MacDonald Johnson Window Miss Addv 2nd Miss' Halt. 23RD ALBERTA RANGERS Ottawa, June orders is- brattli 2nd 'Fulton sued today contaia.tbe following ap- Haasl Wallace pomtrnents be Capt H B Brown, to be captain Lieut W C Ainscoagh, to be provis lonal lieutenant, Hugh Wilson Pettit -1st, Ruth Gal and clerical delegates being piesent After referring to the coionation ier vices throii-hout the empire and to tie loss the c.hurch 11. Canada had suffered ,n the death of Bishop Bum His Grace went on to speak of the impending changes In the neigh BOI ly diocese of Qu'Appelle wheio Hlahop Grlsdale retirei, at the end this monlh to bo succemed bv Dr Haidlnj Aftor his extended and do voted service to the church m the west thej he would long.be spared to enjov a well earned rest In it Bishop Harding mdv blessed In taking up and car, j Ing on the fun work and lesponslbilitj of his rapidlv growing diocese, was the eai, nest praver of his many friends In the dioceee of Ruperts Land His Grace paid ,1 tribute to the late r Dalv He went on to congratulate the diocese on now being self suppoit ing so far as the M S C C is concern ed Ruperts Land having ceased to be ine of the inissioilan diocese ot the Canadian church since last lanuaij HIM Hazel Elm, WlnehMtar Sntom. Ont, write. 'I WM troubled with injf kidneys for fiv. yetn They bad, at time., I could not em. the Cow for the pain doctor eoutd not do me any good and a friend MlvJMd 10 me Doan'i Kidney 1 bouchl m boxes and now I have been cored Tor ov er four j ear: I will them to every. sufTerer No woman can be itrenc and unless the kidnej. .re weR When th. kidnejs are ill, the whole body u for the poisonR which the kidneys ought' lo filter out of the blood are lit m Bjstcm Tlien important it must be to to it that this iratem of age be not clogged up Doan's Kidnev Pills an vegetable medicine, mining quick, per- 'manent relief, without.anY .fter iB A medicine nire backache and af! forms of kidnm ind bladder trouble Doan'a Kidney Pilla are SOc pn hoc >r 3 for Jl K, at all dealers or maiM direct on receipt of price bv T Hilburn Co forontofOnt 11 direct wwUTf" Doaa'n." It was felt that the action of the mo ther dioccbe would be stimulus m en couraging self support throughout the chinch in the west geneiallj He an noimced that plans had been complet ed foi the building of a cathedral on the old historic silo at St lohns to cost from two hundred to three him .n.imi i_u if n eq nun Bonnell 3rd, dred thousand dollars, the XAVB to be MINERS WON J A Mm raj and oharle. Woodruffl oru appeared before Inspector at the baiMcks 10stei day "evening charged bj 3 miners with lining reiused to tbora their wages J R appealed foi the miners and an order foi paMnenl ot the moniex mvolied within ton dass was made Ihe'de- fendnnts been operating the Black Jack" coal mlne at McCrae 2nd, Alberta' Huincr. Fulton Bonnell 2nd T aila Dicseth 3rd, Jacob Fcmstem nvjua.a, to D6 i tt completed for the centenary Or tho 5 and lhe amount'which the order church In 10J3 anri the building IB ln Class Miss Gibson, BRIEFS Fire did 13.000 damage to Droder'i "e io urooer R I boi factory, Chatb.ni, early Sunday.' The nigbt watchifcn1 was found at Fov home in bed i Geor; 2nd, Miss, MacKav The pruei at Westminster were won hj the following Iscliool Nornran Slid, Laura Buchanan 3rd, The Priory building at Guelph, og structure, erected by the Canada Company in 18J7, and u.ed as a C. R station fpr 25 3 ears, may be orn down. The James Howard Robinson, fl A R D of Union Theological Seminary, New York, has been omtcil Pj-ofessor of Church Histprv rge Boullon Ernest Wilson Drnest, Wilson Miss Wallace 1st, Norman Fox 2nd, Marv Wardman, 3rd, Mavis HIM Miss Brennan-Ut, Hazel Steven- 2nd, Eva Pearson 3rd, Paul m 1920 Archbishop Matheson frank- ly said that ho knew there a de sue on the part of their people than when it came to be built it should be In some other part of- Winnipeg or St Johns but he nomted out flint hi I great predecessors had selected that site, the mother site of the chinch m Western Canada and he himself was convinced they were right NOTHING. NEW IN STRIKE SITUATION nd History of Doctrint, in succcs- on to the Rev Professor Bland a esleyan Montreal What's In A Name? ME FORYOU This Competition Closes JiUy 10th, ion. Come in and look these Refrigerators from Screen from 12.40 doz. Doors fromtH.25 Hainawekfl from BOLD BOBBERS RAID WINNIPEG' CLOTHING STORE Winnipeg, June daring bur- jglarv perpetrated bete at an catlv hour this morning when the clothing store f of A Shragfe was broken into and goods, mostly men's furnishings, taken lo the amount of Entrance wai obtained jlhrough a window ir the rear of the store, two large panes of glass being broken entrance "'Besides the goods which were the damage to others .was considerable, for thli morning not only found goods gone, but articles thrown about and dismantled [and their contents on the floor In the register the visitors left a card I bearing the following reminder "Don't crowd us, boys T won't be took alncx If they ask my name I'm mones-getter No 43 Tliu u the second occasion of the kind dur ing the month, at thu particular I store, and the police are ulng ererr means to bring the thief home Arthur (and lAl AWUITH THICK ON COLONIM Melbourne. June Melbourne I oatentatlmi. eonH- dance trick by which Premier Auulth Hi to have told the aetetatei I to the Imperial Conference tome ad j ralralty and war office aecret. i. symptom among of deilre of Imperial itatenmen commit 1 dominion, to Imperial con- trol In time of war. Au.tr.lla h.l too [high a lenie of own dlanlty .nd t autonomou. Irliht. to be In with b.lt." Miss Cissie Thomp- son 2nd, Edna Hill 3rd, Ivy Grev Miss Keatles-lst, Melvm Bolder- son 2nd, George Bolderson 3rd Thomas l.ogan Miss lit, Minnie Lippingwell, 2nd, Edna Rawnsles 3rd, George feeding SAYS SKELETON ISNOTWORRALL'S Banff, June failure of the operators to assemble here this has -pre- vented a board meeting, but as most of them have arrived on the dolajed train and lln Macleods arrival from Calgao will make It to hold a board meeting morrow Nothing new baa developed since 'Monday 1st, James Kergcn Jrd, Andrew 2nd, John Stevenson Logan Miss McGirlt-lst, Felix Pirock nd, Annie 3rd, David terr Mr 1st, Margaret Stev- nion 2nd, Lion Dunsworlh 3rd, tfildred N'mmions Miss Birch-lsl, Clarence Ociger nd, Jack Frver, 3rd, Llovd North Miss Ibt, John Gelger nd, John Barclav Window Uux-Mr Best Clas' 1st, Miss Hod- is 2nd, Miss McGirk V D June 28 line 01 defence thai vviil hr fcmploml by v. Stewart, former inmiigra- uoii olBcci ,it Nerhc, N D and who wai arrts'lcd icslerdai in Winnipeg charged with the minder of Phillip Woiri-II, nai indicated by him in stajemcnt to Shcrtil Foster, ol J'em-j ft cotufl) 3 cite'i d.iy Slevvart de- if 't fails Why Hesitate! An Offer that Involve. No Bl.k' f.r Tho.e Who Accept It Kf We are so positive remedy will completed relieve no matter how chronic it .may'be' that mish it free of .11 colt Constipation is caused by if the neives and muscle, of the ,.ww n cure vou must up and strengthen tluwe organ, and restore them to healthier activity t We wan vou lo try Rexall Orderlie. itee They are'atop R. Colton, Oovtriw Rleo, who hai r.turntd hem. to United Main. AhMlvUly In'thnlr tffw II rovir dot. not we will nail yn boi HI on of L. WATMIIO, HIKE'S EFFECT ON BUSINESS London, June shortage 'of and eggs, of which enormous continental supplies are held up at Hull b> the Seamen's .ttlke, ii affecting the price of pro- Titian, in England Millers are giv- iif aotrct to their to quit work hi eonxquence ot itoppage of lupphei for whrat and flour A congestion coal trucks at all northeastern 'ports through inabil- ity to load Jolliers is disorganizing railroads. cUres that the skeleton but has been lotiud and locnlifjpil as, that of Woi- rell is not as ,1 mattci ol of Worrall Active preparations ior his defencp bj Stevart this morning, when he rmplojecLJas. Burke, a Balhgalc attoincv, io rcp- xnei act direct] naru ngnt lor freedom ayd denies ab- nervcB', and muscles'of the solutciv that he is guiltv In the Thov ho.ra discussiefl of the idcntitv of the skelc ton supposed he (hat ofjW Stew art s.ivs (ho olothes found arc I "r Woirail when .he and the myriads of a.Wiate'or de- disappeared Thes hav-e a neutral action on the other organs 01 gland. They do not mo lotina arc come chronic or habitual con.l "f1 the myriads of disappeared clothes Worrall chronic ailment.. Tr wear 4t (Aclinic, Stewart says'werc !to (lH'otr.nH liv himself .it' the T Ift'Co, Col T R Atkinson, of Sintcoe, has Been nominated as l.ibenl candidate for the Ontario in -North Notlolk. 1 f' LEMONADE READY DaW.G WMOLIiiLt DMTliilUTOMf-DMMlly, ;