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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 10. THE LETHBKIBOB DAILY HERALD Saturday, May W. B. Sherman, Phcne THAT BEAUTIFUL AND REALISTIC COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE it Wednesday Only, May 1 7tli By EDWARD LOCKE Musical Theme by Joseph Car! BreJI A Play of Sweetness Cheerfulness and Strength SEAT SALE MONDAY, MAY 15TH Gallery 50c. BURNS CAUSE OF MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 646. "MENTAL" PSYCHIC AND MYSTiC CO. Commencing Monday. May 15 MAGIC AND ILLUSION. VENTRILOQUISM, MIND READING, MESMERISM. SONGS. ETC. THE MOST TALKED OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON 25c. Little Girl's Dress Caught Fire While Play- ing Near Home at Iron Springs Brought to City for Treatment sad death occurred last night! After doing -what they could for the about nine o'clock of the little four-jCQnd the parents drove as fast as year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ._ .Fercy Buchanan of Iron Spring. mtc the ciry' a dlromce death was the direct result of burns taking the child to received on Thursday morning1 of this week while she and her little brother the residence of Andrew Buchanan, a brother of -Mr. Buchanan. Dr. Thomp- ja couple of years older than was hurriedly called in and order- 'were playing jn the back yard neaped the child to the hospital, where everything possible was done to save house at their home on the farm. jit seems- that some ashes had just been placed in the yard, and while the children were playing the little girl's clothes caught fire at the bottom of her skirts and had gained a good [start -before the child herself noticed iher danger. The flames spread rapid- ly upward on her lei'r side, severely her. Till Thursday evening at nine o'clock there seemed to "oe a good chance that she would recover from her terrible injuries, ;but that evening her temperature rose rapidly, and fev- er set it. The little girl rapidly sank, from, that time and last night death relieved'her of her pain. The body -was taken in charge bv BIG FEATURE Burning her left side, hips and back, reaching her face and inflicting se-j Undertaker Fetterly and will be taken jj burns on her face about the neck I to Iron Springs this afternoon for bur- and chin. Attracted by the child's jial. The funeral will take place from cries for help the mother ran out of i the family residence tomorrow. the house and seeing the little one's! The little 'brother of the deceased I danger, enveloped the child in her-child escaped injury. Mr. and Mrs. 'dress in an effort to save her. are well known in Ironj I succeeded iu doing this, but not before I Springs district, and have many! Isne herself had received serious burns Mends there who will sympathize her hands and arms. The deeply with the stricken parents said that she did not run into their sad bereavement. The family (house as might be expected, as shejmoved to Iron Springs only a short fwas afraid she might set the ago, having- come from Great Ion fire. 'Falls, Montana. A Story of the Civi! War Sequel to His Monday and Tuesday THE BUCCANEER i j-wi me ta. Cattle Got Into H. E. defendants. bach's Farm-Machin- vs C. P. R. case In which H. E. -Miebach is suing the company for for damages done to his wheat by-cattle which got into his fields, duej to the negligence of the companj-'s' while the Garmangay line was be- ing built. Smith and Cameron appear for the plaintiffs; Ires and Ball for! W. Lake, cry Company Wins In the Supreme Court this morning, j Justice Scott gave decision in the !John Deere Plow Co. x-ersus Cardwell, giving- judgment for plaintiffs for costs, the amount of the notes idue with interest on a steam plow out- NEWS FROM OLI? nOME TOWN H. Paynes roadhouse. near Elkr70-was found dead on 'the -oad %rith interest on steam out- con-tenis, -was destroyed by j Elm-wood'' J- HarPer Prowse of Taber for; abolish the public lT6S and BaH j O'Harley, of Woodstock, aged j lug- "CUD. 'ants- Hereafter it vn.1l' cost 10 cents for, Windsor folks to telephone to Detroit I and vice versa. j Mrs. .Christine Janisse, aged S5, a! resident of TValkerviile for seventy' years, died -while at prayer in church. The Canadian cheese sent to Scot-! land is often found from half a pound! to ten pounds under weight, is the complaint of. agent at The court Is hearing: the 1 here are many people who have a wrong idea of Astigmatism-it. is not a disease, but an irregularity in the curve of the eye, and can be corrected duly by specially ground lenses. It's usual symptoms are headaches, often accompan- ied by a taming of the head a little to one side in view- ing objects and by squinting of the eyes, which causes premature wrinkles on the brow and about the eyes. We are perfectly equipped for examing the eyes for glasses and for prescribing and grinding the right lenses, Our work is reliable. ..FOR We have some verv choice Strawberries at I oe? _ 11. I per A Full Line of FRESH VEGETABLES Also a fresh shipment of California Naval Usual 40 cents per doz., at 35 cents per Tomatoes, per Ib 20c Cucumbers, each, 25c, 30c Radish, 3 bunches, 20.c Rhubarb, 3 Ibs for 25c Green Onions, 3 large, bunches, 20c A New Arrival of Ontario Potatoes at per sack These are of good quality New Laid Eggs-Fresh to-day, 30c per dozen Premium Hams, Swift's, 23c per IK Bacon, 28c per Ik Choice Creamery Butter, 35c per Ib. Canned Goods The "Tartan" Brand at the Cheapest Price Raspberries 20c per can Pears Peachfes Plums 20c per can 2 for 45c 2for45c 1 5c each j Corn Peas Beans Tomatoes Belgian Peas 1 5c per can 2 cans for 25c IScpercan 1 5c per can 2 for tins 30c each 50c per can Those wishing to have glasses fitted may avoid delay by making appointments. Only Grinding Plant in the City j Store, Lethbrid e ANNUAL MEETING OF METHODISTS Both Congregations in the City Report a Pros- Year The board of Wesley'-Church had their annual stock-taking last evening OR the occasion their fourth quarterly meeting. Statistics showed the church to be making pro- gress financially. The' current 'revenue j the year amounted j to oft which was from vcrv nourislnng I collections. The missionary money col j condition, The financial standing of lected has amounted to be-, tbe never been more sat- Conrtiee elected stewards for D." Austin being re-elected 'recording steward. The -annual- conference which meets in Calgary, the: latter end of May will .he- to erect, an association for, cify -mission. church extension, Hev. T. P. Perry, of Wesley'.Church, and Rev. A. A., with a lay- man' phurch' constitute power to add to their The'reports-from the various organ- izations, of the; church showed them to be in '-good order. Westminster Church quarterly official .board meeting :'qi ..Westminster, Church... was -on Thursday evening. ..'Reports' Bfrkenhead Mar Rogers report-here today that trade was firm in the Birkerthead market at pri- ces which showed a reduction of 6he- cent aLl round, on List -weeki quo- tations. States and Canadian cattle made from 13 to 13 1-2 cents per Kj, The sheep trade was also lambs making from 14 to 14'1-2-cents and. wethers 12 1-2 cents pouncL j Touissiant Consnreau, aged 84, of iSand-wlch. is dead, following poisoning: ;from a scratch on the arm sides 'about from, the Sunday school, froiri the Epworth Lca- and SlfiO from the Women's Mis- isfactory .and paid up or money -in hand to settle overs tan ding The W.M.S. reported an and Mission Board, j increase over ]asti year in The. board decided to hold the an- j The .has.also had a. very j nual congregational on Wednesday, j year. June 28, before which time the The-stewards elected were nual report will be published in-book 'Thos.' Shaw, Wm. Byrom form. .and J.V'B: Gray, for Westminster, and Austin vv-as elected delegate j R. Tiffin" and John.a Cameron to the district meeting to be held in j for'White's. W.. Byrom was re-elect- this cit-y week, with M. K.jecl recording steward. Kaake. as alternate. The following J The district visitors elected were: were; licensed, as. local preachers A..; .Barnard, S. Jones, sr., George Firth.. 0- D.. Austin, M- K. Kaake, anrt John Morgan, W. Jordan and A. Tv1.. Bunt. W. Jor- while 'the- delegate don was reappointed class leader. j meeting John Messrs. W. W.-Neeland, C. R. Dan-' H. Gray as alternate, icl. 0. D 'Kpytv'Dr to the district Torrance, with J. Austin, .G. Whelcn. B. B. was of... C. 'CTCriigg j ;