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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914 THE LETHBftlDGU PAGIIIYB WHITE fcSTAR DOMIHSONj SCHEDULE From Montreal Prom Liverpool TEUTONIC Bui. Jiino 27........ MEOANTIC July CANADA Sat. July 11...'...'..Sat. 27 LAURENTIC Sat-July 18........Sat. July 4. And ivoskly thereafter. Boole early and 'secure choice of accommodations. Soburo prepaid tickets for your friends coming from Rur- ope. 'We have exceptional fa- cilities for taking care of this class of business. Ajk about our 4 .weeks' trip to Europe for Weekly SaHlngs'from New York, Boston, Philadelphia, by the following lines: American Line, (one class cabin steamers 1U, White Star Line, Leylahd' Line, Atlantic TraiiBport Line, Red Star Line. IJertMng llei? now open for nil summer failings. For apace, rates, sailings, apply to W.' M. McLEOD. C.W.P.A. 33S Main Street, Winnipeg. Or to any railway or steamship agent. COALDALE It CELEBRA1E I UNE OF KNOWN SERVICE :Sitlllnga from Montreal and Glas- flow-Every Saturday. Large, new HEd fast steamers, sple'itdially; and comfortably: appointed. LOWEST RATES Rates, Reservations and full in- formation: to ibe Had from any Rail- way or Steamship Agent. All ar- rangements for travel to or from Canada cheerfully made. H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main Street Winnipeg Coaidale will celebrate tomorrow in trus llrst of July fashion. Follow- is tho proKraih 11 a. ui. Baseball game, Ghin vs. Coaldalc. 1 M. HOKSB RACES 1. free tor 'all'-.running prize, set of 2nd prize, set o! cull buttons. v 2. Girls' pony, race Is' Prlze.- bracelct; 2nd, box perfume. Pony race, free for alle-lst prize sluep 2nd priie, shaving .mug. muje 100-lb, sack Ellison flour. Stake 100-H. Tay- lor (lour. (I. Free for all saddle racer-Prize, saddle. RACKS AND'NOVELTIES 1. 100 yard 'da.ih, free lor all Prize, two neckties.. _ 2. 50 yard dashj> iadics' 5-lb. box candy. 3. 50 yard dash, 'boys under 15 pocket-knife. 4. 50 yard daub, girls under 15 pair of slippers. 6. Handicap race, free for all i Prize, bit. 6. Sack iindsr pocket knife. 7. Boys' racej. tinder is. prize, ?1 2nd, SOc. _ 8. Egg race, inarrjed plant; 2nd, rose jar. 0. Cracker race, inarried IWies Prize, jardiniere.stand. _ 10; 50 yards, free for pig..; 11. Sack race, girls. :under 14 Prize, silk waist. 12. Girls' 50. yard dash, under 12 box perturae. i 13. Tug-bf-war, married ladies vs. i single ladies. 14. Tug-pf-war, Chin vs. Coaldale. j 15. Tug-of-war, .Turin vs. .winner. 5 p. m. Baseball vs. winner of morning lgame.- S p. m. Spcrcnes. 10 p. m. Fireworks1 and dance. REMEMBER Fair Entries Close Thursday Buy the Best when you buy table T silver lor your home. When your selection is Vfsan" quality, 'and beauty of design are both assured, j. Made in the heaviest Igrade of wonderful Sold by Leading Dealers ANOTHER LETHBRIDQE OLD- TIMER PASSED AWAY FUNERAL THIS MORN- ING There passed away on Saturday csening at ten o'clock Mrs. Ofiristlne Bardet, beloved wife of Mr. Peter Bardct. Deceased was 61 years o! age. Mr. and Mrs. 3ardet came to Lcth- bridge 27 years ago from Stellar-ton, N. S. She was a popular lady, anil well loyal by nil who know her. Deceased leaves to mourn tor, her two sons and'fivc daughters: Sirs. Jos. Cojlin, San Francisco, Cal.; Mrs. Arthur Malacord, Vancou- ver, B. C.; Mrs. Cotton, Paris, France Mrs. George Staples, Com- merce, Alberta Mrs. Thomas Ber- nier, Commerce, Alberta, Mr. Jos- eph Harriett, Roland, Wash., and Mr, Paul Bardet, of this city. Gook Confessed Before Going to C f i 1 T 1 jcatrold loday 'Halifax, N. S.', 'June' had its first hanging in 48 -years, shortly after daylight this morning, when Edward Cook, jr., 24 years of age, was executed for the murder o! Charles Asafl, Syrian peddler, ou Dec. 9, last at Sheet Harbpr. The drop was sprung by Execution- er and a few minutes after, life was pronounced a tremor Cook ascended the, fifteen steps leading the platform in which ivas placed the He did not make a munmir as the lover was pulled. Asaff, the peddler, who was mur- dered, was reported missing last De- cember. Cook .tt'as'-arreated, a pocket- book aud a money order belonging to AsalT being found in his possession. He was found guilty-, hut before be- ing sentenced, he made a statement implicating another, man in the mur- der, but it was-not .accepted. After execution this .morning a confes- sion made by Cook, .three days ago was given out, stating that he alone had .committed the., prime, that no- else was implicated, and express- ing, his regret 'for he had caused others.- CHAS. FARRANT SET DOWN. '.FOR "SEASON Football has always been a. eleanly played game In Liethbridge; and those in power intend to keep up its good reputation. Last, a .meeting of the City FootbalMeaEue executive. Chns. Fnrrnnt of-the Shamrocks was suspended from the league for. the rest of the season for- his attack upon Vic Brown of Taber, when the Shamrocks and the Tnber team recently met here in a league gams. BANK CLERK MURDERED? Vancouver, B.C., -Tune J. Mc- Queen, Union bank clerk at Vancou- ver, has disappeared; It is feared he wae murdered by Russian hold-up men, who robbed the bank in, The Woman Who Takes the proper help to keep her digestion right and her ays tern free from poisonous accumulations, is .pot troubled with headaches, backache, languid feelings, unnat- ural sufferings. All women who hays tried know this famous remedy to bo tho proper help for them. A few doses will immediate difference and occasional uao will cauae a permanent improvement in health and strength; Thcv cleanse the nyntom anil purify tha blood end every wohum who relies on Beechum'o Pills, not only cnjoya better phyjical condition, with quieter mrvea and brighter opirita, but .die Enjoys A Clear Complexion Worth a Guinea Box Pnnsred only by Thom.i ReMluin. St. Hold In Cnnwlj U. S. In ?S cauU. OPERATING SANDERS' PANAMA CANAL An actual working model, and will be shown at the Hudson's Bay Store in Lethbridge from to July 9 (including the Fair absolutely free of charge. DonH fail to see this educational feature. This model is 6 feet wide and 36 feet long. It contains all the valleys, rivers, lakes, towns, fortifications, wireless stations, buoys, lighthouses and range lights. H lias real water and-the boat is taken through from Ocean to Ocean, and the operation of Ihc Locks and Irip through the Galun Lock, Chagris River Channel and Culebra Cut. The model is geographically correct ami built to scale; This interesting failure attracts thousands of people wherever it has been shown. Calgary, June Discovery well No! 1 has dovclpetl into a true "gusher." When uncapped Saturday afternoon the well shot.a continuous stream of oil, four inches in diameter, over the top oE the crown b'ioch of the derrick, 84 feet the ground. Tho stream of gasoline oi! is steady and continuous, and ceased only when the copping was screwed down again by the drillers. This remarkable performance oC the most phenomenal gasoline produc- ing oil 'woll iu the world, was staffed by Managius' Director A. W. Dingman for tho benefit of Willis Williams, spe- cial representative of the St. Paul, Minn., Dispatch and Pioneer Press. 1 A Home-School of Culture for Girls 33 yccrs record of success For and terras, write the Prlacha] Qnt. f .u mmzr.vf.-j! HENRY JOSEPH WILSON BRITISH M.P. IS DEAD London, June Joseph "Wilson, Liberal member for Holm- firth, Yorkshire, 18S5-1012, died totlny, aged SI. He was n strenuous opjjo- neut of the Boer v.-ar in the lieight of iha 'war fever, but-the sincerity of iiis conviolious, Itis public service, and his benefactions, commantled univer- sal success. DON'T WANT MILITIA IN THE STRIKE ZONE PittHUurs, Pa., June were circulated today calling on Gov- ernor Tener to withdraw the con- stabulary "because they are not needed." Merchants buck of the movement said they hoped to secme one hundred thousand signatures in the valley and adjoining towns by the end of the week. WILSON SIGNS BILL FOR NAVY INCREASES Washington, D.C., Juno dent Wilson today signed the naval appropriation bill which carries a vision for two new dreadnoughts and permits tho sale or the battleships Mississippi and Idaho to Greece. Ne- gotiations arc ssfftft conducted ior their, salq. COWANS PERFECTION COCOA, Rich, delicious, pure LETHBRIDGSE FAIR July 7. 8. 9 St. Pntil, Minn., June large cofferdam in the government works in the Mississippi river just above I-'ort Snclling, broke under pressure of high water this after- noon. Tnilcd Slates engineers imme- diately notilieil the St. Paul police department and a number of automo- biles despatched along both sides of the river to warn residents oi the Imvlamls. A section of more than eighty feet of (he cofferdam was. washed out. The nver for several days has lioen in four feet of flood stage. It Was feared that the crest of the Hood from the broken dam would send the fiver over a wide area of lowlands, including of a large squatter colony in St. Paul. WIND UP CANADIAN AGENCY Txmdon, .Tune Chancery division today has two petitions before, them for winding up the Canafliau Agency, but with the consent of the creditors the matter was -held over for a fortnight. UNIONIST UNOPPOSED London, June Prothero, Unionist, was teturasd to- day unopposed to repreiont university, 'replacing Sir William Bon, deceased. Mr. Prothero !i fc in chief, to the Duke oi Bedlori, REDCLIFFE STORE ASSIGNS Hedcli.'fe, Alta., June Bar- ber's Broadway dejianment store here, mado an assignment to the Trust Gunnmtes Co. of Galga'ry, for the benefit of his creditors, last night. The assignment was not recognized by F, who has 'been In charge for somo time representing lo- cal creditors. VENEZUELAN MINISTER BURIED Washington, D.C., .Juno nl services for' Dr. Ezequiel Hojae, Venczulr.n died at At- lantic City Friday, wero held here today. President Wilson, members of the.Cabinet, Justices of the Su- premo Court, and practically the en- tire diplomatic corps attended. Transferred to Grascy Lake Sorgt. Green, formerly stationed at Couttf, has taken charge of the Grassy Lake dutucliiueat of the R. N. W. M. P. "I didn't know 1 .needed an Elevator until I saw thin Book." t-pHAT'S what a I merchant saiij in our office re- ctntly. We had just sold him on Elevator for use in his iroall, 'but grow- _, ing factory in a little town in Western Ontario. He is enthutiaitic over the oTTtiMll Elevator coslmg He has discovered ike secret of efficiency m handlmg goooS i Btfeig orders. He hi. learned how to cut nethods and reduce the cost of labor by tvauuHag time and necdlex effort. Perham you may ftnd in this Book the wlution of: most difficult problem. Un't it worth writing for? OTI8-FENSOM ELEVAT6R 80 BAY ST., TORONTO COUPON "N-M." Please send me your Book. Name j Address.................. Fill in dA eoiven wWi name and tddrtM. Thai ft off and mul once. get the book by 'Mm Don't put it off ;