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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 HE r.KI llJUtlliCK DAILY HERALD g Liberalsand Conservatives ty of the Lethbridge Whether you have Reciprocity The only way to be sure in getting good value for your dollar is to buy your GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TEAS, FRUITS The Store of Quality FRUIT DEPARTMENT I PRESERVING PEACHES are going to be a short supply this year We expect a shipment of Freestone Peaches in one week's time which the season. Call or phone 1453; and leave nrders for suvplu on arrival Plums will be in good condition in four weete time THIS WEEK'S Pears, 2 pounds Raspberries, per brisket Dewberries, per basket Tomatoes, 2 .pounds for-----....----- Peaches, 4 pounds for............. Home grown Tomatoes, 2 pounds for Pliunsr.2 pounds for ............V will your for....... Green Onions-, 3-for Lettuce. for....... Cm-rots, 3 for Turnips, 3 For Keels, o for......... Cnu li Mower, per head GROCERIES Our extra special for this week is our fancy, boxes OilSQaps. We will on Friday and Saturday only these fine soaps boxes for We have also a special line of Toilet Soap, to be sold at 6 cakes for 20c TEAS AND COFFEES 40c Kerr> ipeeial Darjeeling blend, per Ib. A f'avor- lea making name for iUelf-try it Keir'i tpecial of Mocha and Java Coffee fine aroma, i 40c OW Holland blend, per Ib. (I i 30c Freth ground on the PROVISIONS New laid Eggs, limited supply, per doz. 35e Dairy Butter, per Ib. 3Qc Famous Shamrock Creamery, finest butter on the market, per Ib. Boiled Ham, per Ib. v: Hams, sliced, per Ib. Bacon, sliced, per Ib. kinds in stock 40c 30c 3Sc KERK'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST RAILWAYS ARE BADLY NEEDED Immense Crops Being Harvested Between Win- nifred and Warner Winnifrcd, Aug. lO.-Tbc- grain in nils vicinity is tilling very last, and i! trust holds off 'there will be K bountiful'yiclil of all kinds of (tram and vegetables of every variety that grow in this latitude. i Nearly self-binders have already been the dealers of Winniired, which gives soir.e idea of the Brain I to be harvested in this locality. One i farmer living several miles soulh- least oC town, has acres to cut, and many have from 100 to 200 'acres. Miss Lottie Galpin and her sister, Mrs. Sehagel, of Minneapolis, who i have been 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon i I.osey for a few weeks, returned to i their home this wrek. Mrs. Schagcl was so delighted with the country that she took samples of grain back with her to show what this country will produce. .She-expects, with her i husband, who is an electrician on the .Vorthern Pacific Railway, to return to- this country in the spring and make it their future home. The rain that has fallen the past season, together with the magnificent crops in Southern Alberta, ought, to be a for us, es- pecially where so many places in various states and countries arc suf- fering from drought. One of our visitors (ronrthc states saw sone samples of .grain which had .been gathered measuring from live to j six feet in length, and as it was get-: I ling dusk did not notice that it was .grain, and not knowing that grain igrew to such enormous height, asked the owner of the grain where he got those trees. The writer having occasion to make a trip, to Warner a few days ago, it ravelled'across the country with a I team to spy out the land the j crops. -The distance was about 120 nilcs ami during the whole journey we saw less, than six poor fields oi grain. There were thousands of acres the lineal grain it was ever our j privilege to witness. We talked with many homesteaders and they were all enthusiastic over the country and its prospects. There was not a railway for the whole sixty miles and that was the only-thing that the people complained of. They were so far from market. The government ought sure- ly to grant no further extension of time to .those railways which have jagrecd, to build. I There, has been considerable road F work and grading done south oi town across the coolies, and. this is only a beginning oi what -should be done, so that tbe farmers can Ret their grain to market quicker by hauling larger1 uls. W. A. BUCHANAN CHOSEN AS STANDARD BEARER EOR THE LIBERAL PARTY (Continued from page DelegatM Pritent Tbe following is a list of the dele- j gates present ill the convention: S. Galbi.uith, J. D. llisinbotham, D. Kins. C. Mar- riott, V. Hick, H. A. McKillop, W. A. O. Brown. T. S. Mac-; Win. Oliver, II. W. Oliver, M. I K. Knake, J. S. Graves, W. L. Mac- j kcnztc, KOSB Talc, R Kenny, Chns. Konr, G. W. 11 .Reed, C. E. Page, Senator Do Veber, Elton Me- Kenzic, G. Virtue, .1. liruce, II. M. Whiddington, Dr. Loverlng, C. Fair, Thompson, B. J.'Campbell, 15. B. .ludson, 'K. U. Hylnnds, C. .1. storm, B. G. Macartby, N'. II.-Murray, K. H. W. Thomas, Jno. Craig. R. Hand. J. V. Smith, W. 'A. Kennedy. It. Nlm- mons, Dr. C.'C. Cragg. W. S. Henry, H. Weber, Gus Netdlg, T- R- Cas- caden, H: Withers, R.J. Gordon, G. 11. vanAllen. G. -Mains, J. T. Peal. H. Matsen, L. A." Heustls, C. Boying- ton, C. C. 'McCurdy, J- W. Bawclen, II. W. A. Bu- chanan, S. .1. Shepherd. 0. D. Austin. D: W: Coulter, P. Hammer, K. Westlake, A. '.Mitchell, N. Blue, D. McLean, J. B, Wilkie. MEDICINE Bishop, .1. U. McGregor. L. Laidlaw, C. C. Mc- Gregor, K. -McGregor, J. G. V. Day, W. R. martin, .F. G. .Foreler, Mitchell. Dr. Margrave, A. J. N. P.' Burns, J. Benson, Chas. I'ratt, Hon. C. R. Mitchell, .las. Flem- ming. W. Crawford, D. McLean, J. H. Spencer' L. W. McBcan, Thos. Bell, Jr., John Quail, W. N. 'Artslt. C. S 1'ingle, G. 31. Johnson, J. G. Millar, H A'gnew, Milne. S. T. Fawcelt, J.'R Kisher, G. A. Cochrane, W. A., Dees, K. C. Drake. Luchbaidt, A. K. Wallace, J. G. Robertson, L. B. Hose, li A. Drigga .W. IKerr, J, W. Woolf, D. H. Caldwell, Barker. M. Spencer, C. B. Snow. BOW A. Bateman, G. B. Bowen. A. F. Werts, W. B. Henry, H. E: Seattle G. Lawson. C. W. J. Slflttery Lee C Me Askile H McTailsli F M Stubbs Geo. Murray 1' Crawford, II. S. New- by. John Pollock. ALBION Lynn. Leavilt. BLACK SPRING RIDGE J.W.Crttig. J.: O'Brien, R. H. MtDllf'lt R 4 r McCain DIAMOND D'Arc, D. C. .Morrison. LITTLE Gallaway lid. Clark. T J S K Matterson M 0 Conner Lawrence Sexton. E Fauns II Oit lund W II Suackman Manle; M 1 CILLETTS POPE DID NOT IMPROVE MUCH Physicians Not Satisfied; Cannot Build up His Strength Rome, Aug. improvement in the condition of Pope Pills today was not so great, as hoped for. How- ever the physicians appeared grati- fied that the patient is no worse. Dr. Petacci and Prof. Marchi-l Fava, ar- rh'ed at the Vatican early and remain- ed two hours and received a detailed report from Dr. Amici who had been in the chamber throughout the night. After s talk with Dr. Amici either physician made a thorough .examin- ation of His Holiness and seem sat- isfied that he had not Jailed during tbe night. Those in attendance find difficulty in blinding up the strength of the pontiff because of his .food. CHILDREN WERE SADLY BURNED Nolson, B. C., Aug. and .Violet Eadclifie, aged twelve and lour, daughters of Samuel Radcl.Rc, of this city, .were probably fatally burned, thin afternoon. During their mother's absence, the younger of the two in some manner set fire to her clothing, which tho elder sister tore Irbm her, lut.ter, however, set her own clothn on fire ,whicli she estin- i guisbed by in the nearby crcet. The the two chil- -dren is tbe mm seriously injured. OPPOSES MARRIAGE OF COL. JOHN JACOB ASTOR Now York, N. Y., Aug. John Jacob Astor, according to a des- patch from Newport today, is plan- ning a secret marriage witli Miss Mad fllne Force. Whether the ceremony is to 'bo performed in lOurope, or the i fulled Stated has not boon definitely i decided upon by Col. Astor. The I Kev.Mr.Ilichmond, In Philadelphia, re- j newed bis attack on Astor. He said he would preach another sermon on Sunday against the marriage, which he characterized as a "scandalous al- liance." Davis, the 'practitioner ..British 4M MORE HARVESTERS COMING Toronto, Ont., Aug. 2500 and 2BOO Ontario farm laborers will the Union and West To rqnto smtlons Saturday In tbe sec ond large harvesters' excursion for tilt West. GIRL TRAMP Hamilton, Ont., Aug. ,lo- :al police have been nimble to identi-1 Gladys Terrdcrry, a ycar-old Blrl, leading-the life of a tramp, and who is under arrest at Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she.waS fouirl wiili four boliora. The girl is said to be well educated and claims she mere- ly took to a roving life for the love of adventure. She claims to hail from London. CANADIAN TEACHERp SCALED MT, SNOWDON Danger, Wales, AS. Can- adian'teachers who are visiting the United Kjngdoni, visited Orlccleth, North W-ales. Toflay they ascend Mt. Snowden after.which they visit Carn- arvon Castle where tbe Prince of Wales was Invented a short time BANKERS NOT DESPONDENT OVER CROP SITUATION Chicago, III., Aug. While tho. crop estimates are ex- ceedingly disappointing to the bank- ers and commission men, the (bankers as -a rulo do not accept them as indi- cative of actual present conditions in the-agriciiltiirnl In oth'cv words, advices from bankers at inter- ior points fail to show crop condi- tions as bad as the Agricultural. Dei partment shows them. GRAND TiUNK SURPLUS London, Aug. Grand Trunk Hallway the di- rectors pro.miRe a. full dividend ol first and second preference stocks carrying forward about The Grand Trunk Western deficit Is Owing to tho strike of July and Augnsi IfllO, It bas-bten decided to Uw b ler. PURPLE J R Milligan John -Herring, J. LACOM Senator Tal'bot. CO M-.D T W Campbell Peter La March, R. A Filter Dan McDougail A E ken dall. W. Fender. MOUNT UN' J Cowcill J." Fuller. John Mcllvena. TH Rumis h red Wheat ley. J. B. Chudllng. Alex Mlddleton, J Middleton. John McDonald. BUKFA.LO A Chudlej p. Pelletier. T S r Drecklin D. McWIUiam. MAGRVTh Ben Mutkin D H Bingham E G Clarke F H Turner T H Ellison H J Qumn F T bmith F. S. Leffingwell. Wm Semlce R S Hodge R. H.. Struthers. Form of Beautiful Italian Woman Scared Judge Out of Court 'V Pittsburg, I'cnn., Aug. Joseph Natali anil a crowd of over .100 men and boys lied in a panic stricken style from the Oakland 1'cv lice Court this morning when Mrs. Ben Carpi, known-as one of tbe most bcaiitHnrilalian.womcn in Pittsbnrg, insisted on disrobing to show the Court her "Come, Your ;llonor, and look." "Put on your elotbes cried hack the much irightcncd Judge, as be stood outside the door, surround- ed'by tbe men and boys. "Put them on, 1 roared the Judge as tbe beautiful, young woman continued to remove another piece qf her'clothing. i Mrsi Carpi was determined lo show icr battle scars. -'.'Call the instructed Na- tali" to one ot tbe patrol who was attracted to the police the lapidly increasing crowd. Tlieimatr.oni.was summoned and, closing tbel doors, made Mrs. Carpi put' on her clothes on. Mrs. Carpi comes of one. oi Italy's genuine aris- tocntic families Benjamin Garholdi Carpi, her bus band it ippciis, luid noted severil tricnds to-attend a dinner party at, the Lirpi borne. pirtook or too miichjtt'mc anrl liter nu-irrslul In tin. excitement Mis, G-irpi struck sucral times Cirpi nil his miests v-crc 11 rested Mrs. Carpi appeared at .tlui bearing this morning as a witness. When asked to testify she said Just wait, Your Honor, I can pro- duce no belter evidence than the scars indicted on my and, like i chinge irtist lankcl off her waist, baring her plump arms and shoulders, and. was just in tho act. of removing her corsets when tin Judge, with a cry of alarm, ran tromi the courtroom, followed by the spcc- .tators. It-was 30 minutes before Mrs. Qar- pi had finished dressing and the hcar- ng proceeded- START ON-NEW (J.T.P. _ LINE FROM PRINCE ALBERJ Prince Albert, 10.-A start was made this morning jus' west of the CNR. roundhouse with the work of grading the Grand Tr.unk Pacific route from here to'the south branch of the Saskatchewan, anil with a large number of teams, -12 in all, and two graders it Is expected that, tbe work in charge of Contractor Clarke w II make as good progress as that which has been proceeding on other sections of the line south of -the river. With tbe grading completed from here to the river this the bridge constructed during the winter there will'only remain twenty-five miles of steel to be bid before the line from Young to Prince Albert will he rendy for operation early neil As already slated, the steel -Is now laid lo Wakaw many new town- sites on tbli section are now being DON'T BE BALD Nearly Anyone May Secure Splendid Growth "of. Hair. We h-uc i that has a record of growing bur ind curing bildnesi, n iw out of eveiy 100 cases where used icconiing to directions foi a reason able length ot time That may seem ike a strong is and neiii It to he and no one should douBt until the> ha-ie put our claims to an actual test We ire so certain Reiall 13 Hair Tonic -Bill cure dandruff prevent bald- ness stimulate the scalp and hair roots, stop falling hair and new liair, that we personally give our posi- tive guarantee to refund every penny paid us for It in eierv instance uhere H does not give entire satisfaction to the .user Rexall "83" Hair Tonic Is M plead- ant to use ou certainly take no risk Sold cnly at our Reiall D Higlobotham t Co, special agents. The that are in your kitchen dining room were probably feisttng on indescribable nMtiiwss less w hour igo, u tingle came, many thousand! of disease germs attached to its hairy oody, it ii hoiKkMpw ln externuiatin worst enemy ol rice WILSON'S FLY PADS Kill qu ly M be >n; oth. ;