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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE kETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE NINfc THURSDAY, MAY 28 Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 wireless to Sn Diifco Callf Ma> Ilu fust slagi of llic sicgo of has hern aceoinpllsln'il by the Constitutionalists V itli the in Diicoiery Q( oil in Alberta has put to the outcrop tcrruption of all communication be- tween that city and the capital In formation readied the Imerican fleet today t the Gonititulionalists had cut tile telegraph ,ind linr at ECHO OF FAMOUS BCR WAR HEARD IN THE HOUSE Ottawa May 26 considers tiou of the Canadian Northern rail resolutions was resumed vv r Carroll (Cape Briton) said that 11 the case of the Orand Trunk strike parliament had established the prm ciple tha1 w hen a company refuses to treat, its employees properlj anj leg islation which it may be seeking should be held up until the compi reaches a more just frame of mind He believed it td be incumbent upon the government, mote particularly a prospector's ground Every rock, float, ping and seepage attracts attention Indw.that hitherto would pass, unno- ticed and A RaftonrCaiiiilng nhd prospected yutccua.ro. the MlssoUiI Hivei fields In Montana In 1887, and who was one of the first to exploit the ruby and sapphire fields -In that lacallty.vthlnlss be has found traces of gold right hare In bridge In fact, IIL is sure .of-it, ands his contention is verified bj A B Staffoid an earlj Klondyker and mining authorltv Mr Canning picked up a email piece of .rock Qr float last night near the Fleetwbod school. Upon cracking li open he was startled to find small flakes pure gold and one or two tiny veins' running thiougb tho mats of what appears to be a volconlo rock Ho took the specimen home and Jimined it more niinutelj through a Btrong glass, and his conv Ictions w ere confirmed JIr..'Canhlng IB not prepared to say Just -what'his discovers will mean The rock he says is a float oft the mother lode, a.nd lie had no hesita wiv guvuLiimpuu, tion m stating that more would lia the labor department, td ad found if the district were thoroughly vantage of the present situation to prospered 'Mining Is a gamble like oil Is a gamble, Eiid he but it would riot surprjse me If this substanc" found In commercial y. pdtton's livery ban it Marengo on Saturday last In whicl lohn -Mangle was burned to dcatl along vvitii three valuable horses. AUCTION SALE A AT NO., 1270 .Sixth, Avenue .South, Tomorrow, Friday Afternoon At O'clock FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by airs. Tripp, will sell by public auction and without reserve, :n auantlty-of su-porior Household Furniture Sidcboardf Mahogany top Extending, Dining Table Walnut Occasional Tttble, Walnut Occasional Wai liilt Easy .Oha'lra, Couclli, upholstered In velvet, Raymond Sovvlns Walnut dresser and stands, Cheat Drawers, Walnut Roil. Suiiorlor Cirpett.i aiid Rugs; 6-hole Range, complcto wltll water front; llnole.mil, dishes, curtains, Silver Items, bouki, cle. Following Is tli'e first, draft .of them districts inndo by the Jfethod- ists In session at II. Medicine Hat District Medicine Hat tFifth rey S. Tuttle. Medicine Hat (Washington Avenue) J. Hodgins, .B.A......'v Kirk. Empross .B.. H.....'..-.. Villett..... Tide F, S. E. Clysdalc. H. Rovve, B.A. Pond. be supplied. A. Charmrey. Bow Brshop. Brooks. vVanted. A. Cook. III. Lethbridge 'District Letlibridgo George H Cobhleillck, .M.A. LcthbrWgo Joseph B. Francis. V. ITovvey. E. Bootnroyd. C. A. .1. Staley. Iron Faulkner, he supplied. Ridge, .to bo sup- plied. G. Pybus, B.A. IV.-Mscleod- District- iracleod-4Vustin p. RIchnrd.iB.A. It. 13, ..-wi. Badgpr narncqut. IT.'trnrriso'm' Plnchor A. ,1. H-abgooa. wanted. W. need. H', fr'vvlri.' One t. Young. Week-end Specials from our Grocery Section CARDSTON CREAMERY BUTTER, Per Pound FRESH EGGS Per dozen.......... -LEMONS, Juicy, per dozen for tins for.............. tins for.............. 32e 29c PEAS, CORN sorted, 10 cans 20tbs. B. C, SUGAR Wr LUSCIOUS JUICY ORANGES, per doz.. LARGER SIZE per.dozen 15c Specials in the Home Furnishings Tomorrow. Only when brain and body are properly nourished., FOOD. from' choice wheat and barley contains all the nutri- ment of these- grains, and furn.- ishes in perfect balance the ele- menls Nature needs for right in the right way. easy lo delic- ious to tar to! "THERE'S A REASON" FOR' SOLD BY GROCERS Canadian Posfjm Cereal Co. Ltd. .Windsor, Ont. pretty trellis design, good large sine. Colors are mauve, pinki gold, etc., Worth 51.25.. Friday and Saturday "JQft For PRO-BRUSSELS green, tail and blue 'colors; neat floral and conventional designs. Size 9 ft. I 10 ft 6 in. Friday and Saturday ..V... AXMINST'ER five designs, good de- signal rich colorings. A Mat that is C worth1 Size 27x54 I ,SJLK rich -pile, '5iV Inches-' wide, Wile 'and' light graen only.' QCft ?l.o.O yd. Friday and Saturday wVw -INLAID. patterns, .two tone green, dark blue block and red and green block. Regular Sl.OO sa. yard. .Friday and Saturday, .sq. yard................. I wy LARGE'- JAPANESE MATTING RUSS, Oriental designs, good colors, splendid for bedrooms..- Si7eCftx9ft Fridaj and C1! CO Saturdav These Items on Sale in the Dry Goods Section lOc TURKISH BATH Just 25 dozen of these, 'plain-white, also natural shade with red stripe.' Friday and Saturday suits to go on sale. Pure white with tight or loose knee. Fri- day and, Saturday, suit.....'.....---- LISLE black, tan and white, superfine Egyptian Cotton. Friday anil Saturday----- per pair '20CI REAL HUMAN HAIR brown, also black, 3 braiti stvle naij., full "ruddy ftand Butteimilk and Genuine Cafltile Nine 9jCA cakes for fcwv "FA'NCY ZEPHYRS, Organdies aiid: Cliambniys. These are regular 16c'.to_25fe GS 1 ndny and baturda> pei 9c In the Ready-to-Wear "LADIES'. :WASH Mack1 and white stripes, pleated flounce with Paisley bordei Worth tip to 11.25. Friday and 89 G CHILDREN'S good English Prints, light or dark shades, some in Balkan style Sizes 2 to 6 years. Friday and Saturday Boot and Shoe Dept. mi lu o. LADIES' BUSKIN HOUSE fitting' style 'with, flat heel. All sizes up to S. Regular 51.35. Friday anil Saturday.............. BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS In box calf and tau.cnlf, strong and 'serviceable. Sizes 1 to 5. "3 fiegular ?2.60. Friday and Saturday I aww MEN'S BOX CALF stroiiB ttoil slioo. Here in all sizes. Regular ?3-00. Friday and Saturday....... LAHIES' BOX CALF style, "vvftli low heel, all sizes; Reg. .12.75 Friday, and.Saturday............. CHILDREN'S childieil 6 to 14 years of age; checks and stripes. Splendid school dresses Friday nd Qflft Satuidaj OSTRICH FEATHER black pur plo white and cadet trimmed with batln rib bon to match Regular 2o Frl J pg da> and Saturday Boys' and Men's Wear BOYS' blue, black .and khaki, with attached collar, strong and durable. Sizes up to Resulai foe. TlldSy and S-lturdiv 'MEN'S -Fingering: heather mixed effects caid of mending: attached Regulai Tit Tiidiv and Siturdaj PAIRb FOR 9 I MEN'S. dark colorings, great langc of designs 2jc and 50c rndnv and Saturdaj 2 foi CwC MEN'S NIGHT drill, .with and. without collars Regular SI 25 J rlday and Saturdnj Pkrae 613 Wine and Spirit Section BEER Case- of .1 doz. qts.....S1050 -Case "Oase-of'-Sdoz. pts. JO Stout, doz ]Jass', Ale, PORT WINE Per' Gallon WINCARNIS :Per quart, bottle H.iS. C; INVALID RORT Per bottle FIRST FREIGHT THROUGH NEW YORK May steamer Colon, vvhich arrived today from Cris- tobal, 'brought die first' freight that came through the Panama Canal. The cargo consisted of. sacks of and Was towed through the can- al en barges. 'It in the first cargo to pay through1 freight. SIX MONTHS FOR PRINCE .Prince Albert. May. Herbert, H. Hutt. former city Ireasurer, vvvas to- lay sentenced to six months' imnri: pnmont for pf tliree thousand dollars of the' citj while in office. CARBON MONOXIDE DANGEROUS .ILLUMINANT Montreal, -May Hoyal So- ciety Oils morning .took steiis to cut down the number of accidental deaths hy illuminating gas.. .Tlie society pro- poses next year to ask the govern- ment to limit the use of carbon mon- oxide ill gas manufacture because of its danger to huuiau life and lasting 111 effects upon health. WHOLESALE LYNCHING BEE OF DOYLE Now tork.Jfay Arthur Con- an accom- panied by at New York ..today, on. the-White Star liner Olympic. i Cona'ri-D'oyle "said that England had stood nil that it could from the mili- tnnt suffragettes aiid that lio'antici- pated a- 'wholesale lynching bee. fnlid; SWITZERLAND WILL EXHIBIT AT'PANAMA PACIFIC Berno. Switzerland. Jfay Swiss government today Switzerland should he represented.of- ficially at the Panama Pacific: Eipo- jlMMi'ht thus rescind ing its decision of 1912 and ICE IN'AT'LAKiflC" _; .CAUSES ROUTE .CHANGES London; May. SS.-f-Tbo trnuS-Atlan- tlo stea'mnhlp'companies today dccld; ed In' consequence ,bf tho amount .of Ice in the North Atlantic temporarily to mcdlty-t'iie-track'of 'their steamers vvhleli for tlio, nreacnt toko a more southerly route. NOTICE! We lit'g to announce tli.il MO liavo vacated oiu olTiit'oii 6th Htiecl, cast ol Bank ot Mon- ti cal and sue juny selling'OIL STOCKS horn tho office I. S. Kipley At Co., in the Mac- donald Bloek.- WQ pcisojiallv tho staml- oi coinpijinics wo icpioscnt and llicni lo ,is and as any on 1ho iiuikct and their holdings