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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. Aug. 2, tflll THE LETHBRIDGE ttAILY The End of the Macdonald Our sale on Tuesday was a splendid success in spite of the inclement weather. Many fortunate ones secured bargains. We are determined to clear out all ithe Macdonald stock to make room for dry goods. Carpet Squares have been reduced since the opening sale, and are nowl ready for your inspection Macdonald Block Round Street CADETS BACK IN CANADA Quebec, Aug. steamer lloy- 1 EdWard, which arrived in port .onight from Hrislol, hnd on hoard .bo Hehe Canadian cadets who have iccn shooting In England and who TofjiscUil great honor upon tho Dominion'. The boys who were' In chnrge of C iplaiu Hill of this city unable to land tonight but (apt Hill was seen by a Cana- dian press correspondent stated that the hovs hid a great trip. They had coveted 1 amount ol ground id were the object of much atten- tion [rom the authorities being treat- ed to a trip to the field of Waterloo nd other points. The western boys ill protoid to Montreal on the steamer On the steamer were also i dctnchmuit of Hoy Scouts from the prairie prounces returning from the coronation. Among the passengers was L J I vans, the representative of this Ross Rillc factory at Uisley meeting who spoke most enthusias- tic ill} of the success achieved by tlic Ross'Rifle at the meeting. CLOTHES' paid-up "policy" agatoit the ordinary troubles ot Wash-Day Isj yours if. you use one: of Substitution doesin't pay It means. to you The; loss of confidence, and to the Grtocer a loss of customer. no Wash-Boards "Just as good" as Eddy s! What's the Use of Waitingl, ;WEEW huyi VICTOR'. "Enjoy It. while you are paying for It. Easy .payments is tne PIANO CO. ng still possible. Plowing will be continued right un to harvest time. Some farmers aru already cutting their early grain, and all will be at the work in two weeks' time. A practical-result of the recent vis- it of the Hon. C.'lR. Mitchell in this district is the opening of a govern- ment road, south from Seven Per- sons. The survey has' been made and are now hvisy putting the ICANWDATESPUT I1U1IE HELD Toronto, Aug. Stanforth, t Chatham (barrister, was nominated ly Conservatives-to contest the West Kent division o( the Dominion houso i against A. B. McCalg. Strathroy, Aug. Conserva- tive candidate, for West Middlesex to oppose D. C. HOBS In the comlng-elec- Ulon li. Jamea Cobban of Middlesex. He was nominated at a convention held in -lit. Brydges some time ago. St. John, Mor- tison has been nominated hy the Nor- j thumberland sounty Conservatives. iTh8 liberals had previously .re-nomi- i pated W. 8. Loggie, M.P. COMMITTBO FOR TRIAL Winnipeg, Aug. Wilbur j Heed yesterday was committed for trial on the charge of murdering Frank Johnson, proprietor of the AVin- nlpeg Colored Club, who was shot Saturday morning. For Teething Children Rub putn It torn. H your does not keep them, will mall you a hoi (18 pow- ders) on receipt of 25 cents. J. L, MATHIEU, Proprlttort, P. O._______ Endon News Endon, 'July 81.-A splendid rain Saturday eveiung and Sunday morn! ing freshened and brightened vegeta- tion in this district. A considerable fall took place, which makes hreak- good shape. .This aid in moving the to market at Seven Persons. Next year the farmers-hope 'toymipjo Lethbridge FINE WHEAT AT SPRING COULEE A fi'fie samiile 6( wheat was broushl nto the city this morning from the Owen'Bale farm, south of Spring Con lee, Dor the Farm Security Company The ys'heat measured five faet n height and was taken from a field of about; three hundred acres. Asked as regards crop conditions in the SprinJ; Coulee district, tho farmer who ,'had the sample said that all sorts i ot farm crops were looking "Some magnificent fields may ;be seen throughout the country Boma ot which contain hundreds of acrert. Although the rainy weather of the jiast week: has no timpaired the crop'i in any way, It has retarded the ripeifl Ing of the fall wheat. It is fine for jthe spring wheat and oats and thesjj two crops are filling out mo--t satia factorily. Spring C'onlet to rjiap a record yield this lota; of men, .binders and threshers wiif be required to safely garner the inririense (iiiautities of wheat which we have every reason to believe will be 'produced." REFORM SEES'FAR REACHING'EFFECT Aug. Hewins, tai-iff reform candidate in wjnere polling takes place in; his final appeal to the people that tbfs election will largely influence the Cjanadian elections. The Glasgow Herald says from the Canadian ipew point, whether reciprocity is C.P.H EMPLOYEES SENT TO JAIL Ont., Aug. i result of recent, investigation over missing goods from freight cars in transit on this division, four C. I1. R. employees were sentenced today hy Magistrate McLennan The guilty parties were, W.'S. Nicholson, switchman A. E. brakeman, and W. Robinson, here, and to them were 'allowed six mouths in Central, while A: E. Dawson, a ear checker here was given one month in jail. Ihe men entered no defence. VANCOUVER NEWS Suleidll Death, Jury's Verdict- Hindu Family Allowed Entrance of Railroad Vancouver, Aug. of the C. P. R. extension from Welling- ton to Port Albcrni on the west coast of Vancouver Island will .be complet- ed this meek. Rails reached Alrierni Saturday Dettu'by suicide, was the verdict tl coroner's jury in the case of Petor 'Colder Wood, of San'Francisco, the victim of the supposed mysterious shooting affray Sunday in connection with which McCaskill and Schmidt held. On instructions received today from Ottawa, immigration au- thorities here set .free Hindu wife and children of Hira Singh, who had been refused admission to British Colum- bia on the grounds that he did not come by direct passage and did not possees two hundred dollars each. if.ght or wrong adoption cuts the whole movement of imper- via the Weyburn-Lethbrihge line. Mult In either preference. The election will re- __ serious setback to Many valuable dogs are being pois-! (Imperial preference or will give an oned in this vicinity.. Poison laid jrlmnnlse which will carry It. rapidly to out for coyotes works 'the damage, fi successful condition. Very seldom are any prairie wolves. The Manchester Guardian says that captured in: this way, but the bait makes havoc among, the dogs. G-. R. Jones lost a very valuable dog hy this means last'week and others havci also suffered. The practice of laying) out poison should he stopped. j It is alleged that some sneak thief! carried off three young, geese fronj the ranch of A. J. Aliiock. Mr. Air cock has offered a reward of for information leading to the arrest of the culprit and asks the settlors hero to do all possible to the man guilty of such evil propensi- ties. Mr. and Mrs. Davis were irrak'uig wedding calls last week. Mrs. Frank J. Kraft has returned from a visit with her parents at Stirling. Her little sister Jean, is with Mrs. Kraft for the summer. Mr. and Mrs..Stone are moving to Medicine Hat for o six months' it is safe to predict that upon a straight issue ot reciprocity the gov- irnment will be returned, gaining morrj seats In the west than it will ose in Ontario and Quebec. ENORMOUS ROCKV MOUNTAIN SHEEP HO H. J. Qninn, of Milk.''River, in the city today and brought with? him from Flagstone tho horns a Kotiky Mountain sheep that a half- breed shot. "Mr, Quiiin says that it is the second largest knoTvn. Tho eat horns belong to Andy Go'j.d, at Crow's Nest, which mrasure ijiventy- one inches In circumference if it the butt, and the horns which Mr., Quinn EX-OOVERNOR VARDAMAN LEADING .IN MISSISSIPPI Jackson, Miss., Aug. re- ceived here up to 9 o'clock this morn- ng from Mississippi primary elections of Tuesday in the race for United States senator give former governor lames K. Vardaraan a lead over 'both of his competitors. Complete returns have ibeen received from 500 voting places and these give Vardarnan a of. 20-10 votes over both C. H. Alexander and Senator. Laroy Percy. If this rate is maintained Vardaman should have the majority of all votes cast, malting the second primary un- necessary and assuring the former governor ot a seat the senate. Wm. Sailer died at CamnbeWcrd the result of a stroke received while -it Barriofieid Re-Opening The Gvirbutt College re- opens on Monday, August 7 Eleven more new visible type- writers have been added to the equipment.' Special terms for those en- rolling at once. For informa- tion regarding courses, call at the Garbutt Business College ALBERJA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS MEET AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. convention o( Locomotive Engineers opened here lust night by a large public meeting which was well attended. Mayor Ev- ans welcomed the delegation while the glad haml was further'extended by the industrial .bureau, I-fon. Hugh John 'MacDonald and Dr. Jones, the United Stutes consul. -Sir William Whyto of the C. P. R., W. n. Prenter, mitt, and the horns which .Mr., Qumni11" has, measure 19 inches. Aike il what he intended to do with them, tie >ald he was going to have them ri.ountcd and put on exhibition. He a'lio said would not sell them. He with him a sample of oats that werii grown on hi3 farm at flagstone, wh'ijh mea- sured six feet and lie is very of Sir. Qulnnjeft on (his irforhlng's first, chief engineer; Patrick Fennell (Sandy Jfagnlre, the poet of the and S. W. A. Murdock, of Chicago, of the women's International auxiliary, bly! also addressed the aesem- Robert Spooner, of the Rth conces- sion of Mema township, died at tile ngo of 113. He came from England, train for Milk River, where pe has a and hnjl lived over a century In Ca- [large sheep ranch. I nada. HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Under the direction of the Sis- ters of tbe Holy Names of Jesus nud Mary. First, Class Boarding and Day School. Primary and Grammar Gnules. State Accredited High School. Advanced Normal Course of Two Years accredited by the State of Washington. State Diplomas conferred. .'Mu- sic and Art Studio. Write to Sister Superior for Year Book, Spokane, Wash. the leading Business College of tbe Northwest where young people can receive a thorough business training. Shorthand, typewriting, book- keeping, commercial law, etc. Is in aewtlon twelve months in tho year. No entrance ex- aminations. Board and room at very reasonable rates. We secure positions for our stu- dents. Our hew beautifully Illustrated catalogue sent free upon request. Write for it NOW. IT. C. BLAIK PRINCIPAL 1ST MADISON, SPOKANE AMI Riymond News liaymond, 'Aug. 2. The. monthly nloii meeting of the ofnccrs ami caclicrs' of the Sunilay schools in oniiccUon with Hie Taylor Slake (il he Church of Jesus Christ ol Lat- er Day Saints, was held on Sunilaj ifternoon with President llrnmwcll, if the Knight Academy, presiding. Vork in the different grader, in the inday school was discussed and ilans made for the coining weeks, iuuda'y school workers throughout ho stake seem very active. Nearly every: Sunday several local leaders ire visiting schools in the vicinity. Corporal C. J. Coleridge, one ol the North West Mounted Police who attended the coronation, arrived home rom Regina yesterday, ami nlier re- lorllng lit Ihe'post in Lcthbriclge, came on to Raymond to tisit rieiids. Mr. Coleridge had quite an nleresling description of the corona- ion ceremonies for the Herald re- porter, and told of the great tioaors laid to the Hoyal North West Mount- ed Police. The force is well known n the old country and was the at- .raclion on every side. Corp. Cole- ridge is stationed at Grassy Lake and goes back to his patrol today. J. Lackeiibaucr, millwright of Lcth- jriclgc, is overhauling the Ellison Milling Company's JUy- mond mill anil elevator, in prepara- tion for handling the big crop to he lelivcred this year. A new dump with a capacity of 150 bushels, has icen Installed, and this will facilitate the unloading of big wagons that would ordinarily have to wait till the. lump, ran out. The Raymond mill has on order, to bo' shipped as soon ns lossiiilc, two carloads more of bran ind shorts for Pacific consumption. Mrs. Gordon, V.rs. Hramvvcll, Miss Rca, Miss Young and Miss Ericisson were, all visitors lo Stirling yester- day in connection with the cmilcrcnce of (he 'Young Ladies' Mutual Im- provement Association. Mrs. Pansy 3ordon presided. A coniercnce will he held at- Welling on Sunday after- noon next.. On tlic train to "l.ethbridge ycstcr- iav Mayor Young pulled out a watch ,hat attracted the Herald reporter's ittentiori. In answer to enquiries Mr. Young informed him that it had been nadc'to order in London, England, For bis grandfather, the late Brighani j Young: It has on the face the name of Brighani Young, and was made in 1810. Thi! was carried by Mr. Youns'.s grandfather on his voyage to this country and llieu again on -trek across the plains o! the central states to Utah. Upon the j death of the original Brighani Young i tlic watch came into the hands of Mayor Young's father, who carried it' till'he died in 190s, after which it came to Mr. B. S. Young. The watch still keeping reasonably good time. C. D. Ron-Ki-il, oi Stirling, who charge of the irrigation works lie-] tween here and Stirling, having quite a busy time during the last few days. The heavy rains of Saturday and Sunday caused the can- al to overflow in places flooding the roads and fields. The extra now has been turned off now and the stream is normal again. Herman .lohnson, the famous run- ning horse, property of ihe Knight Sugar Co., is now stabled at tile race track, where he is being trained for the raws in connection with Loth bridge Fair, beginning Aug. 21st. He is in good siiapc and will probably he ridden by Stoddard. On Monday a case of assault was ,ricd before Magistrate O'lirien, and the guilty party fined and costs amounting' to 52.50. The plain- lift asked the defendant for wages due him and the defendant hit him. One of two eastern travellers at unch at the Hotel Raymond '.he oth- ,-r day was heard to say that he hadn't found any bad butter in Al- bcrva. This is one for the dairy col- nrns. Farmers are taking home 'j.udcrj ,.nd twine and getting ready to liar- vest the. big Raymond Opera- tions wiif' begin about Thursday or 'riday. Sonic ut least of the Lotlibridgc travellers arc boosters. We notice on today's register at the Hotel Ray- mond the names of W. Long and A..5I. Hicks, Lethbridgc 1012. As a warning against the tendency to omit the reporting to the health officer of infections diseases, a case, was yesterday tried before Magistrate O'nricn and the offender fined and costs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rcdil returned Saturday from Rcxhurg, Iilshn. Wm. C'lcmis, of the Kllisoa Milling and Elevator Co., spent Sunday in Lelhliridge. A big crowd is expected on the ex- cursion from Utah, which is schedul- ed to arrive here Saturday. Geo. II. Budri, of the Security Investment Co. will be one of the returning excur- sionists. Mis. Merry, of the "Co-op" farm, was a visitor to Raymond on diy. Mr. and Mrs. John Majestic Theatre W. B. HHMMAN, Mtnlgir. PMONC Ml The Dramatic Hit of The Season H. E. Pierce Co. offer the great American Play A Comedy-Drama of Western ranch life in four acte Complete Scenic Production. Large and capable cast, with FRANK G.PATTON HORACE V. NOBLE FRANK B. FANNING AND OTHERS A attraction special manner 25c, SOc, 7Sc and have hern away fronyRaymon-l for several years, have returned, and il is said will slay here now. This is the first budget of news from Raymond for the month of Aug- ust, and'with Ili- the Herald reporter j begins his second nwnth of service to the town and the press. Many kind tilings have been said about the qual- ity of the service rendered, by the editor and people of Raymond. The reporter wishes .to. thank those who have been good enough to encourage him in the work hy speaking kindly of it, and especially to record the netice of many of the business men who have shown a rcnl live interest in oho boost the town has been get-' ting through the columns of the Her- ald. It is our wish that all should unite in helping to bring Raymond lading public by showing them that j rcadinb public by showing them IhHt we do things here. Any news items "prospects" will be handed to the Raymond scribe if left at McUuftce Tiros., The Raymond Hotel, or The Securitv Investment Co, PEAVEY ELEVATORS SOLO linneniwliB, Aug. elevat- ors belonging to the Peavey Grain Co. of Chicago, comprising the grcnter part of the assets of that concern, wbose affairs nre now in the of a committee Chicago baoltcrg, were eold today to J. RMenbj.im Grain Co. of Chicago. The considera- mmu mnn amnm in. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shcrcit Route London on Ton Floating Next Sailings frorft Montrwl: ROY4L GEOKGE JULY'16 ROYAL HOWARD AUQ.'S ROYAti GEORGE AUG. IS EDWARD SEPT. 6 of 1ST CLASS 190.00 ft UPWARDS 2ND CLASS 551.25 .UPWARD 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'don Further information from B. Mitchell, Agent C.P.Ry; H. Macbeth, City Ticltel Agt., G. N. Ry., or write to GENERAL AGENT, !8TREEATN WINNIPEG A.H.DAVIS, made public -but the money recelTud from Mils source will -be used '.o taio lip paj't of the Indebtedness de- funct firm. News of the sale causei considerable surprise when anuomu- ed in Chicago as it had been ionsly saM that the affairs of the concern would go on as und assets would remain intact. tion lirice of the elevator was not 1 house. Only two weeks out from Entrland, Lewis" Graham Is under arrest at Lon- don charged with robbing a FARMERS! TliB Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. 1260 FIRST AVE. S. 323 FIFTH Sell the Best and Only Patent Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Ench. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Fire-Proof, Wind- proof, Vermin-Proof. sure and see you get the Corru- gated Granary with tho cigliteen-inch man- hole in top. This allows granary to be com- pleted in: tight shape before putting groin in, insuring a tiglit.tovcr. ;