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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JLimiJEKIJJUJS DAILY. HEKALO ii KERR CO. Are Stocking the Very Choicest UIT -AND- VEGETABL That are possible to be had IIONTREAL SSIOOSE JAW IS Friday, May A WINTER mi TURNING WET Ottawa. May report of thd' greatest importance to shipping men has just been made to the Canadian government by Prof. 11. T. Barnes, of. MeGi.ll University, who was com- missioned last winter to make a thor ough study of the ice conditions in the St. Lawrence river, and of I Im- possibility of year round navigation; to Montreal. The expert declares ;tlle favored tiie graining Regina. May !0 Representation made by counsel today to the board of license commissioners on be- half of the licensees of Moose Jaw. asking for the re-hearing of applica- tions for renewals of licenses in that city. It was urged that public opin- ion in the city had veered round since December last and that a n-ajority of "His Masters Voice" of licenses The commissioners cd to a re-hearing of r.he. June Oth. FIVE DROWNED arriving Saturday morning 25 cents per basket EXTRA QUALITY Green Onions, 3 bunches for 20c Radishes, 3 bunches for 20c Cucumbers, each 25c and 30c Lettuce, per Ib. 30c Rhubarb, 4 ibs. for 25c Naval Oranges selected 40c per dozen Lemons 30c and 35c per dozen expert that a moderate expenditure of mon- ey for improving the channel will tr.akc winter navigation a possibility. .Wirh the growth of the volume of trade and the opening of the west. Prof. Barnes says tiie need of a win- ter port at Montreal is being in- creasingly felt. "I do not think that the river as it is at present is com- mercially navigable even with the usp of ice-breakers. The danger from inshore ice and snow storms is loo Vanco it improvements in the prjnce inel can be made without great as a result of a row boat over- pense which will alter the condition as turning jn the canyon on the Skeena to render the course perfectly -safe in. Driver, w. H. Tulley. port engineer for winter. I have no hesitation in ]-re- Welch and Stewart, and Wm. dieting that Montreal will be a fireman on the steamer Skeena, ly port as soon as the commercial were The men were going interests demand it. The probleu is the river from to Kit- _________ ident happened is at present unknown. upturned boat was found by the 'steamer Port Simpson, The bodies are not yet recovered. Tulley was aged 40 and lived at Los Angeles. Lit- tle is known of Grant here. "IT BEATS THE BAN B" Sousa on the Victor g-ives vou everv number "by request." As many' encores as you like -'an unlimited engagement. He makes room for PryarV Band Li. S. Marine Band or the Royal Marine Band of the Italy, ail in the same program. Cnn you beat that? Only a small sum down and the bal- ance in easy payments, buys any VICTOR. And vou'll never want to beat that. MASON BISCH PIANO CO. NEW DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE 791. A MONTH FAVORED THE IDEA OF FOR MINERS RELIEF UNION_ (Continued from Front Page.) FATHER FEARS FOR CHILD Makes a Charge That People are Trying to Take It Away A. warrant-was sworn out this! .for the Arrest of Hilda Wil- I lianis and Gunhil'da Peterson, of Bow- j ville, on information laid by Joseph [Williams, arsp :pf Bowville. The two j women c'Mirged with conspiring i to deprive jhe father; Jos. Williams, 01 l-ittie daugh- COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERNMENT Meeting of the Local Com- mittee to be Held in a Few Days i It is Expected that Inter- national President White will Visit the District (Special to the Fcrnie, May case of Far- quharson against the C.P.R. railway for damages done to timber on a lot of land near Morrisscy Junction, al- ...e ......Wi leged to have been started bv suarks r from an engine during the drv Tea-L a Permanent son last (secretary ot conference who shall be Revs. Perry, Lytle and Neville were [appointed a committee to plan an evangelistic campaign for the dis- trict. Revs. Perry, Lytle and Ne- ville, and Messrs. John Torrance and D. G. Shouldice were elected to con- stitute the district missionary com- mittee. district passed ask. ine conference to consider the advis- Mayor Adams said this morning that a meeting of the committee on the commission form of government ter. be called within a few days to Mounted PoliW-are .working on the'consider the matter. Nothing lease, and have already taken into-': done since the v0te was taken last custody Giinhilua Peterson's although the committee lias who is up in the affair. j been called to meet twice since that It is a case of abduction to all ap-! "me- On neither occasion has ap- pearances, in which the mother is been done on account of the trying to get possession of her child, who has been left ia care of the fa- re His Lordship, j today, and: will be continued J morrow. No other-cases being on the docket, the assizes will be concluded with the ending of this-case. Secretary -Carter of District IS, U. M, Vv. of A., states that the Inter- national Board are now expending re- lief funds at the rate of per month to the miners of the union in tlirs district. It is expected that President White will visit the dis- trict shortly. The rains continue to fall, increas- ing in volume, if anything, and the river is stil! rising, though still far from the danger line. ther. STIRLING NEWS Stirling, May 18. [for Utah, to be in attendance at her [leave todav for POLICE COURT non-attendance of the members tlie committee. It'evidently shows that the citi- zens of Lethbridge are satisfied with the work of the present mavor and CALGARY CLERK MAKESBIG PROFIT Calgary, May make a an conference stand- object is to" t of the ministers j who have these duties now. i Statistical. Reports The statistical'returns showed that Methodism is ma'kmg good 'headway" all over although 'the progress, has not been so abounding proportionately as in other years, owing to the depression caused" by the .crop failure. The membership of the. district, is 60S, as against 572 a year ago. The ministers had 39 bap- tisms, 6-! marriages and 47 burials: The financial -returns showed that the district raised for all purposes" exclusive, of ministerial support; (which amounted to making a 'total of The district gave to the geneqai ciety funds, to the Epworth League forward Movement for Mis- sions fund, S21S to city mission and to the Women's Missionary Society, making a total missionary contribution .of The missions of the district got assistance "from the Ma-i-t i _---- v v j. v i.i i. a. c tt fltji v j council, but Mayor Adams is not sat- of on an investment of missionary society amounting to isfieri to let the he feels seven years has been {he good! "The contributions to the vari- that the business of the city is grow- ifortune of George Teiupleton, of olhcr Educational 'ing so rapidly that it w'ill not be a clerk in tlie local Titles i society. general conference fund rh aij.other of his long until some chanse will have to i and Clarence Osilund has taken Dlace- Lakc, where she has neighboring towns. been siting for the past ,-ccfc. Hiss Madon KMm i'r.c: lilrirlo-a C. II. and R. L.- Borden were at one time for house'rent for ministers for'-all' other purpos- es XJ.184. in breaking his' collar hone. Louis Peterson, of this place, is leaving for" C-armangay, he do work on the canal near there. Mrs. -Joshua Holman left last v, eek For Asred People DIAMOND CITY NEWS ms-utution dur- {Jndge and settle the matter. As the to thresh the matter out, so that ing its year ot existence under the if is one o? assault by .striking! when the time comes, as it soon will Present Matron, Miss. Rusk, has had ;0n when a change is imperative! and sal- ho sricd men will have t.n hp had better come back i square himself as best he could. He a career unique in its success, ione x of it." when the horse ran "awav 'married next month, in fact his fiance {w now in the east buying .the trous- 01 London, has jseau. Dyer boarded the train at of one fingor grafted to ;Stratbmore. coming to Calgary, and h era! rise in spirits among both farm-1 ers and business men, crops never bruises- scaJP sores, ec- j L 4 eruptions, etc.. you can get no-I nose- IIls is he was jolted off the yjzema. eruptions, etc.. you can get no-- OI -IS nose- Ilis is tc< esiato 1S to equa, fastened to the nose for two weeks, (platform. report several imUrtant'salcl Cornwa11 CotWrt asd Paper Mills .T. D. Hjginbotham durinc: the past month. 3.n.G J.UC. j v u. t lAc? I ny-iMn rr __ t i ,tte or roc, lor tenner HIM and jcidcnts wnl nol nrocssitatc tteir hav-j capacity, re reported struck near Ltd., specia.1 agents The Diamond City baseball team'baby's bath. 5c table- 10 close down. Vienna, Ont. The organization of the U.CT, Council is postponed until Sat- ui-day, May 27. Buy a pair of r''' 's' Hartt's Tan OP Pat Minis and be up-to-date. To be had only at the FOOT TOGGERY W. J. Nelson Co. ;