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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Anpwt 5. THE LETHBRIDGF DAILY HERALD STARLAND SPECIAL SPECIAL Extraordinary Attraction Monday' and Tuesday f s' i Investiture of the Prince of Wales Close vlewijOf their. Majesties and Prince ,ol Walei cheered by triollijtnds of peopfe in front of the old Cvnarwn 'i i 'l -t EAGLE 'i BAND SQUARE I lip Block FaUe Band ol Great Falli, nhiUi heio ulth tlie Chamber of Commcice pfarjv will ght a huui conceit in Gait Siiwue this Iflg riom 7 th 8 oelock A large crowd.will doubtless him .out (p famous lian I REDUCED COAL J co ihjTO 'EFFECT TODAY LOCAL BUDGET l Simpson of the local Hi0h nchool passed hie Stands id VII] amination. Phoebe uile of John. 1 homas Askej i of Mils city, -diedj-'thl'd afternoon, at the age of fifty: yeaj's, t Hugh Tajloi hpught the properti at fie coinu of stipet ami inemie foimeih occupied Taylor, tho when ft was sold n motion" by b. Wilson this af- I teinoon Ihe propeify is fetet feet ind Ins two houses and i stab e on it The piles Sl-Oft and Ali Tijlor oonsidus he got i good it. f u MONTANA VISITORS SOUNDED PRAISES OF LETHBRIDGE Entertained at Banquet at Fair Grounds-Eloquent Tribute From Governor Norris--Dry Farming Congress Talk-All Had a Splendid Time Boosting for a Great 1-alls ship ot Mi tht (licit I ills Uiinber of Com oaml mi ici luompimcil In one hundred ami fifty 'members ol ,-thc local Hoard of Trade journeyed out lo I ilhhiidy fim new fait and there opened the main exhibition hall hv! tendering usilois i ban Mink Cline while Hie a; 'sc-vcraj of' Ainerica's niUonil ius Gucits Welcomed Vftei cveijone h d bieu a died in Ihe proper manner with the things-' provided, President Natch rose, and in .his capacity is i> l (he-Stars and tripos of our own beloved country to the south. Dry Farming Congress To J. AlcNicol, an coiuniisEioncr of the Dry Punning Committee of the Board of Trade fell the lot of inlei CEling toe visitors in the effort o Lethbridge people to secure th1 1912 Congress. -Mr. McNicol outlinei Jtiie of the' Intemational Dr f Winnipeg freight rateg on oal ove! lines Into effect tod-n ieAuced TOR QUICK SALE I he ojd.lve? rancli, S70 aci'CB 4 1-2 mfle.B west of Pinclier Crgek, all. fenced, excellent house Elable beauLiful ninnlnf w LJ.U tlm 20: ain'es one of the best' mixed farms in the lantj adjoining sold foi ,1-JO per ICIP l iht uliole Linn? I. teimjE -ipply Mondaj and P., 4- DALY CALGA R Y Room 5 Alberta Block fluold I liitclicson 31 jcars of tif Mairtmtl iiind dam tin us Its oi i lint prostr itton >o" 21. which without, riouht was one p[ the most succoKKtul'affairs aver-held nndti the aiKpites of tho Hoairi of I nde I uas in i nid tin dinnei senes'o[ compliments from piic party lu the. other rronf.tiUgiiunnK' to end. ff there was one feature more ttia'n.anotlier. which wis enjojcd bj ill present it was! Hit! in us ic of the comic banrivun- der tlic'leadership of W.' F: Hoffman, and Uic.ir-. rendition of the sonj, of llu MODlina litii kcpl iho stirred up thb highest pilch of. the begin n in0 to end Scvcial (.he Circat Fulls visitors lo the wti as the guests ol tin Idh idge Boa id of 1 c idc il the Mine Inic Uit pk ibiirt him in doing Ik then cd 011 t I 1J Coin hi in foi tht of Congress, laying special phasic on (he international feature o the staling that Its ob jett, ftas the education of the hick ioone of the world the i0riculturalist it lie would be enabled to lades of fcnsi bcfoie Ihe ha ficml address of-welcome, which was'its first, congress at Denver six year delivered in Mr.' ('onybt-arc's That year Governor Karris c i Monttna was instunipntal in haun 1.1 Camda included In the bod% ind smt Inusm.5 look otcisioii lhat tline AIbwta ukcil an ac to comphment the UK it i ills ppo pait in the proceedings of th -the limes to come j The Banruet to the main hill where a sumptuous hmqtict Md been ptouiieri iijidei the able1 nnnagemeut of I ouis Pahst. the he' irrnnged thut long rows of capable of 'seating' 280 -people1. IJeic tht uiiitois ming liaai uilh then I ctlihiidffe friends, uhom HIM yull acquainted': v President, l.Vtch, of the locaTBoar'd of liido occupied the s position at, the head of thp. lahle.. Seated 'on hn woe Cinicinoi and ttife Efl I Noiris fif ftlontina Sheriff John Collins, William S. Bole, criT toi ut tht Cjreat (-alls 1 nhunp, and greitfst LO-M wheat and general is I Hlcm rlgiill-'Jial the world tod u i.itj ot Mont un Mi It IB one the Miinaiies of the uor tl Sped tiimk lie said do tlnnes gone out into the world tint, we Know how to out into the portions of the United States and ire endo-nor lhprt' aml flllt "c ft eectire foi Lethhndge the In Iprogresinu Hut WL Inu to tiKt of! lernqtlonal Di> 1 aiming Congiess for out hits to this enlcrpiibing ci 1912 aie going; to bate (lie sup Uoine wajs at'casi I hue hri. port of or (he of Unipn and aiet hoping to the hearly Biipport f be j people of Man- ;ii...is bauncl'ito be Dr I ongs Herbert 1 Sprci of 0 cit 1 left Mi md Mrs and C T P j'oinbeare pis of vln of the lowl Board On home; sentcd the assemblj w jfc tiettet1 to cicellenth cpil r pd selections In the Great fijls Bl cl I Hind nndci tlie IcaJei- flre Draiilts On Hood Lomber! in tlio liiiilding lino, nnd (lie (jiii 11 dm I thiil 11 on deal oner willt Tcs fhe price uts ji bio home and on il[ line! pnrrs nowhere lower here. At the same tune ne believe ui person (he hosi indtci inl tain.ihli .is it ill in tho ond lliouuli il cost n !i jflt nioi to brom ij j) AA o f a lame sto and Icel main II s to IM ns Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited office 362 office 334 lit Avenue S. and 12 1-2 Street P.O. Bex 684 time come when m i oe forced to combine foi the lefeii'-e of 0111 hpmes iml a closei the two ppoples "ill onlj serve to, make these ties ihe stronger, Qur two nation hmo lateh bern in Btnnnpntal in signing an ujlt ati a treaty 1 rmV a the civilization of fhe the time never come v.hrm .that.- treaty should for any cause un- ns. he set aside. Dr. Longoway's Reply Di 10! owed m a biief addres" in which ht, expiessed his presence there as the happiest mo- ment of his life Ihe Lethbridge people rmde is a Msit last w mtei got to fhemT and to "Know is to them Governor growth is ui t poinnicntmg I that ion laui out heic tod-ij i city in fivp vcars so far sin the city to the noi'th that thcie will he no conijiuison ire impipssptl with tiling up line 'Seen Icie on out trip mil I Imp not the liestt-uiaii m sn ing lint the to i man will get out UK) boost foi the Dn I in onguiss tor I ethhi dgt, in 1912 for we feel: that tho .intcrqsU of Lctb- hi uid Southern Vlbeiti UP thp interests of Great. Kails nnd Mon- tana W 'C made i line! spcerh plrtc con icmnks to i thp nation builders in l.elhhridge lo- jd'ii and welcomed tht, people fiom Out today Victor Records arc more than are the fortmoit artists' conception of music. t They are not, only the-voices of the greatest singers, the art of the'greatest" the best renditions by these ous in interpreting and exposing the works of lh3 world's greatest composers, We are making special mention this month of a 10 in. Sided Record labelled f Any Girl Lookt Good In Summer......Quartet NO. 16879. v Summer Dayt Quartat These two songs are so amusing as to make you whether you feel in' the humor or not. .They are the most popular of the summer's soiitlmentai.songs and are decidedly appropriate.to ihe season; PRICE 90c FOR THE TWO Kerliner Grsnn-o-plione Co., Ltd., Montreal Ask anv of the Victor Ber men dealers for an August Supplement wh ch contains a complete list of new linqle 'and double-faced Tecordf. AND BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLA New Victor Records for August All the above-mentioned now on'sale at the Mason-Risch Piano Co, New Dominion Block, Lethbridge, Alberta Phpne 791 CHUKCH SEE VICES I The Dandruff Germ fiom his seat the dumonl PIOUIICL of was.greeted by prolonged cheers, and! Other speakers were L. S Gowe the lontina in a lanung I Re, Ml oi the Episcopal of enthusiasm e an pie heartv welcome." he said, church :oi-f.reat. PalKs. and Rev. j 10. aimrell-Wright, of the city, nil of We'.hiive spenl the past three d.-ns in Canada, visiting young citj on ihe 1101 th we noticed that the soil appeared to grow, richer and the vegetation more, abundant. The soil grew richer, and il Was only because we were .approaching the borders of our own stale, Montana. are, us it has been stated, cou- ilna'llvfng under different flags. Hut let'Tiie Bay, H makes no-difference to, which flag we owe our allegiance. It only rrjnttere how well wo. give that Cana'da has given us some of our best citixens. We' havo Kivcn fp Oamula of But it makes little difference to which flag we'bow IMiCnot, where but-how we live.: have in both conn tries a common interest, the upbuilding of a higher and a better civilization. }in progrcbg foi bt one KIT ml inarch whether march Hie Cninn nf or Church of.Jesus Christ of Latter Day School .10.30 .a.m. at nights of Pythias Hall, Fifth St. _ First-Church of-Christ Services: Sunday, 11 a.m.'; Sunday- school, HMO p.m. Subject iVednesday evening. Testimonial meet ng at S o'clock. The Reading. Room s open 10 everyone every day from to 5 p.iri; All services are held in ioyal Rank block, and everyone lr :ordially invited, to attend. Westminster A A pnrator The morning service s withdrawn ou.'accpunl of. the, open ing of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. In the evening -the pastor w ill preace on Religious Balance Sunday school and Adult Blble.'cfasse ai 3 ji.m, Church of Christ (Duclplei of Meet at B hill North: on Lord's Day .10.30 a.m. foi Bible studv 11 am Blinking of Bread whom "had nothing hut the kindest about, the cordial reI.tHOIKS existing between the most progres- sive city, on each side of the imagin- ary line. 1 he speci i! f mn in f t ihout 8 o clocK and the tm t Ilipn to looR i the'city conducted bv their friends i and -judging "hy-the many compUmcn- tftry remarks heard on cvcrv thpy will leave Lethbridge with tin reputations of .'boosters not onlv for Falls, .but for the banner citv oi I ttlibi uige is It St. Rev Rev. W. minister; corner of. Thirteenth -street, and- enue North. Dedication i of new church. Services conducted -by Rev Hugh Grant of fernie A A and W W den. Special music by choir, -morning and .evening. .Services-. at 11 and 7 3u rt.ll hcai tiK Avelcome Aching, Sweating Feet Foot Elm gives prompt rolief and produces sound. healthy fwet in a abort ime. Sold by all Druggists. A p.ick- ige of Footbath tablets Is given frco with each Hot of Foot Blm. at Crows Hint; .Store Kook Wesley R. H. Roll, of Dublin street. Methodist. Church Gticluh, acting pa-stor, will'preach hotli services. Morning subject: "The Man with the Psalmist'Calls-a Fool, nr tho Why of Unbelief." Eveninr viilhject: "The Man Our Lord Callfi a Fool." Sunday school and.'Adult Rible- classes p.m. Stt Mary's (Cfcurch ol'. England) Corner of Nlvcir and Nnnton streets North Ward. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday School. 3 p.m. 7.30.. rRev. C. H. Ponhnm. 1600 IlHchsl'St: First Baptist. W. .A; Levitt, pa-stor. Services at -11, and 7.30' Evening subject: "A M air Who Can SInnd Adult. Bible claEs at 12.15. Sunday school at- S .p.m'. Pray er meeting, Wednesday evening, at S o'clock, St. Augustin't Corner 8th St. Communion HI 8 11 a.m. dhornl Eurhariat (1st Sunday) -11 a.m. Sunday Kyensonjr 7.30 >.m, Wedn.eHday. evening atirvice at o i-lod 1 U Murioll tVriyht, rifji'tury 213 Sth'Bt. nontli. And the Guinea Pig When Drs. Lnaser and Bishop made a pomade bj mixing scales of. dandruff and isehne which rubbed on T guinea pig the} were con tiibuting to science more than11 they knew. The application of: caused Hie pig to lose its btir and liecnmf halo "3' This was merely one of. uidM steiis which made disc-neiy of Newhros At esi iblihlnng hej ond Urn existence of Ihe dandruff germ ram' etij wis needed to kill thii purjultv There was nothing which .would-dp .his until Nevsbros wai placed upon the market Being the 'irst recognized remedy for dandruff. t. has long been called' "original cmedj Heipicide kills >Levents falling hair and itch ng uf the scalp Don t take a sub ntiite can always getJ the gen ine .article Herpieide is for. sale at drugstores. Applications maj be obtained at good barber shops. One dollai sue bottles teed Sond lOc- m postage or for Cample and booklet to The Herplclde Co Dept R Detroit Mict T D Hig inbothajn Co Ltd special agtets. St. "Paul's First Lutheran will be no serviccs'Sunday, as the pastor will preach at, Warrwir. School U 230 pm it the new nf Gnnt No Io09 Ave; South (Courtland St.) St. Patrick's Roman Gn'tholjc Church Mdss it 8 00 am, second Mass it 9 JO im High Mase at 10 30 a.m. it jcund icletl his Lordship Bishop gin t St. Cyprian's "of 1 ighth A-ienue ind Eleventh Sf So Senices Murning Praver at 11 am Tt 710 pm Sundaj School and Adult Bible Class at S pm Holy tapilsm at 4 pm Holj Communion Ut iiitl lid Sindays at o clock, 2nd and 1th Sundays at 11 o clock ser Brotherhood of St Andrew mepts even evening: In .ti> at 8 o clock Rev Canon Me- Millcn rectoi, Address 840, Twelftfc Street South. DUKE OF CQNNAUGHT TO OPEN PARLIAMENT Aug.' is glut- here (bat the Duke bf-Con- naught experts fd arrive Jn nada early during-October to bo.In time for the .opening of ;