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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June "T THE LETIIimUHaE DAILY HERALD It Is For You To Say Trj Blue Ribbon once Than it is for you to If >ou will ate it nftei that If yo't Ilnii that It is not superior to the tea jou e boon using >ou may take the back mid join money be lefunded know jou nill like ll CIRCUS MEN IN TROUBLE Barnes Brothers in Court at Red Deer on an Assault Charge lied Duct, June Great excite- ment was cause-it lust night -over the arfisl of IIIM 4111! A! 0 Dunns tiruii (or ,is iHliltin.i, and Sliionslj minium Jim an hy knocking him ilpwn with si lioot jack and kitk- injj liitii in the fiicu iijid body while- lit doufi He hidly ljruiu.il ami it ii> ft ILK! tit uili the of one oj t a" AIM) Harncb was lined LONDON CHEERED SIR WILFRID Premier Received One of Greatest Ovations Given a Public Man June Oiu; of the great- est receptions ever accorded ;i public one which rivalled I he most eft Oi.iisiiis tic outbreaks of _ popular duni ID l uui uis UK CJJtJROIISEK VICES ttthbrldg Church, North B Mckinnon paatoi Moinlnj; sen Ice at II o'clock What. Is it to be a chuicb membei Suridaj school ind Bllile clam at 3 jira Evening sen ice at iO, subject The- ci) of the Hum in boul The mile quaitotte is expect eel to sing at the eVenlne service T P Pern, pastor, Mill each service Morning subject The Chuich Evening subject the Light of Lite hiindav" school an'd IJlble classes a j p m Rev G Ij Jlitehie i the EpWth1 League Jt llie'co tsecia tion lenice on Firat Church Chnrt Scmoe will be held at the usual place second floor ot the Itoial Bank buUd ing Subject, Christian Science Knex Church islei fiei A M Goiclon Sunday ser liccj II am i 30 pm The Sac rament at the Suppei will be adnnnistereil akthe moinins teivice buimav school at IB a m Bible class 06 at 12 All coidiallv. welcome Watmlniur he pastor will prp'jch jt hpth sei vices Morn lllg subject The ot the Horn J ,ening Social Sjmpithv Simdaj School and Bible CUts as Hmi.il at tluee o clock I Chnit of Utter Day ing accoidcd Sir laiiutt to- day i was a triumphal hour for the veteran fulluwini; as it did pn; Ihe vicious' campaign agaiiisl him by the Unionist is he llptnruusl) gltclecl the popUicc, but was also till: dcjllars and Jiuv is remanded until recipient of milked favoi In the IhlllMUv being llloued out on a'King 'Hit til liii.sc, ving scivicc in ubh.lriil of our hundred dojjaii i connection vulli the coioiution ccrc- (Witnesses, wcte called monies "is, lic.li! at SI I'uils tocU) imong whom wxs Mrs Jem Games imcf SIPJ in the fust state lor the defense, told ui) 'cnriagc and dicsscd in the uniform i tonllicling slonesyand it is expected of bis, unicruil honors His All ar amounted to only JJ7 h_'0 i2 For thP month of June they amounted, This is an increase" of last month and over Ji of last year. GEORGE KERR CO. will be closed on Dominion Day We have arriving to-day Straw- berries, Black Raspberries, Water Melons, Cherries, Cuqumbers, Tomatoes, Radishes, Green Onions and New Potatoes We are now selling Preserving Strawberries All at Lowest Market Prices AUTO TURNED TURTLE MAN KILLED New York, June R. Hum pfirict was instantly Wllcox of West Brighton, N. Y.', a" stfidcnt of Yale was moi tally injured and two women one of whom waa joung [lilmphueE niothei were hurt when the auto in uhich tile) wcra riding turned turtle today near Annadale. N. Y an1 mipicsscd uith signal recognition gncn him li> AVIATOR BEAT EXPRESS TRAIN Berlin, June the Ger.nai who with a, passenger iu hi monoplane, started from Munich a 7 o clock last evening aimed here inis morning His actual fljInn. tim was five ho.un ind forty one minutes over ioa miles A slop oier nish was mide at-Nnremburg and another landing, was made at Leipsic .Harth won the pii'e. of ?1J "00 Bxp tramt, make Die trip between Munich and Berlin in "ten hours 3INNER TO U U S TO ERECT DETENTION HOME Plans and specifications are-1 bell prepared for the Children's Detentio ITome which is to "be erected by til this summer. The biittding be placed on some of lie ci't H Noith Lethbridge and will doubt.be undertaken 'titiring the'- ng month SMALL-CUSTOMS INCREASE AT.TORONTC Toronto, June- estimate-'o .he customs revenue For Toronto :fo Tune 1911 is put down at. against 000 Cor1" Tune Roughly this is a gain of over the receipts for the correspom ng month of last year; CORONATION MEDALS FOR DOMINION SOLDIERS London June George, to dav presented coionition medals t that the accident to he coal mine at Port Hood is un- precedented in the annals nf mining, such breaks have occurred previously submarino mines, :but never at the lotloin of a mine in this case 1 030 eet below ths lide The break %as as as would be a bolt r iigiifriiig finm H rlear skv nnd the emafkablc and mysterious thing is hat it occul red at the extreme bot .the mine. fie mine department has been tak ng measiiiementii at hourly inteivals oday to see if the continuct t the same rate as at first. If an.v laterial diminution is reported the of eials.would conclude'that the fissure (Iliing up with salt. With the reak.so far down there is more hjfnce of this than If it had urreci in the upper levels. The _ of the meisiircment had not come o hand tonight from. Port-Hood. The Wesley ..Church Ladies' Aid -I held their regular weekly meeting un afternoon and a E'oodnuin her of the members were present. Ther lefresHraents served bj >les- dams Cravath. Fetterly and Kaake. ITairll, the pupils played their I at the meeting, which pr.ildcl games, themsches their ster church, the correspondinff. ifcre- tpry for the Alberta branch. lent and live a little ulk on ttm work. Mrs: Alexander At Wcstmin- i very "cceptably. Min Jonfii occupations and sang then songs to the of all piesent The nork slitiwii in their regular classwork. also commanded, the .approval of thotic uho saw tlie, Grace church, Winnipeg, was the scene of-a" ureUy morninj! afe cleyen o'clock, when Myr- fle ClialmuLb, daughter of Dr. and Mis G J Clint, was married to Mr. Ooidon FlRiold Atkins, son of Mr..J; A. M- Aikins, K.C. The cere- mony, was perfornicd by the Rev. Dr. truninn, assisted hy the Rev SparPng slcr kindergarten the class was just as inlcicsting and hail just as jpple-' ciativc an audience as thov uentj through then exercises directed ID Miss Hotfgins and her assistant, Miss Moore. an excellent reading One of its most Interesting mtet- inga was held hy the Womrn'i Mti- atonary Auxiliary of Weiley Churnh The school holidays have arrived and there will'he at once a scatter- ing of teachers'in all directions in search nf pleasure and rest. yesterday afternoon when the report of tlie branch meeting- held at .Cal- gary given by MfB- Ti S; Fet- terly, the local of tlie Women's Missionary Society was well told and the.mTent and im- portance of fu i'ohtllried Irom the annual ieportf At present the Eociet} has ten niiasiondncs wo ing among the French, twelve arounj? ill1- Sec a duet. Olive Shrlntl. Stanley Perry and John Viin delighttd the meeting with WATIRLOO MAYOR DEAD J.une Levi hell, ot Waterloo, Ontario, died suddenly early this morning of hnri faflure He KM member of council for nearly 40.years. Of Indians, four among local- teachers, Miss MacKav six working among the..Chineie and spenrfmp a pait of the hohdaj jicnon In British Columbia ten anong the mountains, llaniuj other in Canada, Mil! Ko to UanlT for ton d.ijs, Miss in the in Ja Halt anil Miss Hitch are going to' pan and Uent> fhG m At and Miss Hodgms, Miss McOiirk, Miss Boles and Miss David- son will Mbit (heir homes in Ontario Hie closing cxeiciscs of the two kindergarten classes look place this morning and a good number of the parents and friends of the little tots were present to'sea'ilium''go through their exercises. Great interest was shown all through as the little peo- did reirarKably At the Cen- tra.! kindergarten under the direction of Miss Ault and her assistant Miss schools maintained and pperattd..by the society in Japan were five tiiqiiBand, two. hundred stiid- entg last year. In .AIberia during the church year, the receipts'totalled 347 an Increase of Of (his am ount the ladies of auxil- iary, contributed f 133; and those of Westminster auxiliary f5S. Twenty- three auxiliaries in Alberta contribut- ed to the fund. All the work fchow good progress and membership was largely iricreaeed during the yefir. About twentv lidies were present MR. DALY'S SUCCESSOR Winnineg, 29 is in circles that A. K.C., will be Daly's succeaior. Judge Walker's appointment 19 wily temporary. f-' METHODIST HOME MISSIONS Woodeworth tp too Toronto, June home mil- lion cause of Methodism in four western provinces neede Immediately one hundred new workeri Rev Dr James Woodsworth, senior lupvrin- tcfndent of miislons in the wett, leached Toronto tonight on hii'waV to Pngland, where he hopes to obUln at least hundred men. He Friday In company wifh the Rer. Jai Allen, general secretary of Meth- odist Home Missioni, and wii! visit All the Methodist training in tils LADY DECIES PROSTRATED train.of Coronation Weakens Ameri< can Peeresi ndon, June strain of the orpnation ceremony, especially as she as-obliged to attend while eonvafesc- g after a sevens operation, has nrov- d too much for Lady Decies, was rrrierly Miss Vivian Gould, of New orjr. Lidy'Docies ablo In KO i rough the ceremony immediate- iifterwiu''! was ohllgfld lo lonvn Ihc iiiid rntlri1. She was ordered lo ed bv her phvsiclan as soon as sho aoiied Iinnie and lias remained since, with a-doctor In constant femlanre s Iiori! Deries, at "the coronation re gfvon hy Hpeelal Ambassador Ijii Jtnys uriiniintmil, iipploglxoil fpr the nipathy of all her friends. Ladies' Lingerie Blouses That formerly sold up to Special at --C 98c and Ladies' Linen, Duck and Repp Skirts Our complete stock of Ladies' White Wash Skirts in Linens, Duck and Repps. Every size and every wanted style among them. Regular prices up to all reduced to -1 To store will be cloMd all day Store open to-night till IO o'clock Hudson's Bay Stores ;