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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIR LBTniJBIDGB DAltY JIIWALI) MACDONALD'S WAREHOUSE RIED Work was'botinii yesterday morning on tlic oxca ration'for the iUacUonuJd Co'u wholesale on Second AVU. anil .street, ,Tho contract for this hiilhllng 1ms been let to a Win- nllX'tf' firm anil they wili rush the building to completion vis (illicitly jw out for the company is in thu uity In charge of the work and the excava- tion is b'eliitf under his -Inspec- tion. .tho'inteiition of yiii egm- pany'tfi .huVy ''ilte 'buildiiu; criritli'letcd REFUSES Award Offered by (pity for Eztension of Reed1 Tho city council met today in rufr iilur session with Mayor Adams, ;Alii JJowimifij (iaoil'o men, 47 teams and 5 machines lit work oh city work. He also recommended the constru- ction of 2ISO foet of 6 inelr watermatu in North Lethbridge to give water- ser- vice for Twelfth Street B North. Regarding- Smith Bros, am! Wilson's account for. material and labor on tho Gait Street sewer, engineer Blanchard wrote stating that he had not yet been able to confirm tlie account, and it will therefore be referred back to him for a report at the next meeting of the council. Money for Fair According to a resolution put Through ,at (lie last meeting 'of the Executive of the Hoard of Trade the secretary of. the Board wrote asking the city for of its additional EDITED BY "IpJO" Office Phone 1224. Retldanci Phont: 1157 oiltiiig so much prevents our being iral. as the desire of Rocjic Koucaulcl. Mr. ami Wrs. G. -J. .lacksni and LACOMBE MAN KILLED BY AUTO POLITICAL NOMINATIONS Calftiuy, Aug. a Conserva- tive mi'cUni; ill tho JCiiipirc Theatre IV II. HcniwU, Jl.i'.I'., wh formally .nominated Tor the.' Com- mons. Tills ciTnlcK n vacancy [or tlic legislature Shcrnrookc, August county, Dr. Lilioral, Tlict- foni JMiiu'S. comity, llr. Stewart, l.acoinbe, Alia, AMR. H.-KII R. I'roctor, one ol llio largest, ranchers ot Urldgcwulcr; Mr. mill Mrs. o[ l.clh-i lllllj.1 (UK Vliltjllf, III till till V Hat News. I tcUon Cmitts y u Urdn fyi (lieu lionic in Out Mi f 1 io eastern- cities. 1 UK I who bun tin district is found dead near! I'elcr's, X. S., J. A. Gillies, ind I 1 '11S lionie nndii his ostiturncd aulo. Conservative, 'Dip diuiscd lift 101 hi nomc about Vancouver, 11. 0., Aug. (irtiin milt risl it, 7 10 last even- conference with the executive of- ing and'after a stop [irocmled of the Vancouver Conservative, JjisJiuiitL jftu dul Tin pi ice tonight, 0. H. Cowan, W.I1., It KM 1 VU) ut of j HIP is on a slight will again seek tlie in on his. to deep dittlits along, the 'noiniiiatioii of the party con- JJunJF ulnrt he iltfjid Ha sum UKj (JH sohditm of tlic ac- The nomiiiating convention iduu is ih it the gear went is to on August 22nd. Today August Wilfrid uho his bctii MS 'mu is In inrt unidiutul rt the home of Mrf. left ,n Mindu Schocl iftfinoofi for i shoit fr'P'L itirn 1 who has heeri" -the' housi iveM of Nlis (on lieue, tor the veeka, left this ittci-t of the l-'lowcr (Jnild tiki, pleisuit in llnnliii K Ih tst ubo liiicd .so generously' in producing the noon for Calgary 'J U'V ]I'C Hm tin H U il v uct, Ott I wirt Sit pat J. II. Robinson, formerly of this n jUinc liu Hint In ind now of I oi onto spent i f( Snip on I nnsii i Mi on nwiis in tlic uU in routi to liritish Columbia. Kibtli jMcKillop H den nut Knk i him conipunib ml the Ldhbridge llciild f Jin J iu.ii 1 ftc is now mil iff 11 ic was well known among tlic stock men of the country and liad ajUlirior n> L' wil1 O1'ctl large cattle buying business in adiH- cniiipaigns tomorrow at Simcoc Uon to fanning several hundred acres 1-omion. The prime minister will of land. Uc leaves a wife and three young children, ALBERTA MEDICAL MEN IN SESSION with Iiiir-' lloii. Hodolphe Lc- nuctix, the minister of marine and fislicrlcs, aiuf Alex Smith, former Liberal organizer for Ontario, lion. JGeo. Graham and 1 Ion. Mackenzie j King. Mr. llorilen will have lion. ,J. J. Kov, attorney-general oE Ontario, and a iinmliRi; of Western Ontario mcm- hers, him in London. worth, Ont., Atig. ..Provide an opportunity of hearing the best music by buying a VICTOR MASON RISCH LIMITED Dominion'Block. Phone 791 Auction Sale; 0 tist church will meet Wednesday af- j whose, splendid records could be heard ternoon from three, to five o'clock at throughout tho gardens. As rewards the home of Mrs. Roy, 422 Burdett for ..cpllccrini; Ihe grcaU-st nnmhcr oi St. All Indies of the church arc in- vited to attend. Mr. "and Mrs. A. Heirt leave tin's afternoon1 for Edmonton, and arc ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ftcid. who will visit Ectmoa- dm ing tho evening, Mrs. Cable received n hrnutifiil cut glass dish, and Mr. Xinvcomb a book. UNHOLY ALLIANCE Conservatives Join Witfi Na- tionaljats.tq Nominate One of Latter -Ottawa, the op- position nnhvc.tition for county last night v iut iVationaf- is's fbrces and nom- inated i-onis Coiisineau, of IHiII were noiniiialed, bill they all with- drew. K. H. Oofcifn-'fs the Lib- oral oaiidlri-.ue. Simply rid A ctaish. of' HOLBBQOKS CtNUlNE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE ft delicioua Imported Absolutely I For the llie oi leader, and believe they have found a good'one in Frank. Clinc of Great Falls. They asked thai the jand instruments and other parapher- nalia he handed over to the commit- tee, io Uiflt might proceed lo get the luind in shape for the fair. .J. Kckslorm and .Gco. Honk were present ,m person to c.vplain the action which lias already becn: taken in lite reorganisation ot the Citizens' Hand KverjUung -posuible is.' hclng doiip.tocnirnish Citizens' Hand which not be governed hv nnv their Iionic in Toronto. vnrioiis musical bodies Hie city j Banff b_cjorc rcMiniing to ivith a view to building-up a band of' which llio city may he proud. this reason they have- engaged services of an outside man for The garden party postponed from Aug. 8 by the Voting Women's So- dality of St. Patrick's church will he given on the church grounds morrow evening, August 16tb. JgEATRigl REFINED PROGRAM AT STARL'AND Last night's program given nt Star- laml.was thoroughly appreciated by a large audience liolh afternoon anil evening, this is not to be pondered at, the entertainment, provided was of a very enjoyable character. The Mr. and Mrs. E. U'inlielrt anil their of ihe Tenements" is one of the niece. Miss Beta Tripp, of Leth- loleavost anil best films Been hero In Imdnc, arc spending a few (lays aljmany a "ml was the Kl'Wect of hotel, B.H Game- I. i gary Xeus Telegram. Miss M. L. Todd, ieaehcr of Clares- holm, arrived on yesterday after- a comedy which will make you laugh! Cor a film scored a big hit; last evening and is sure to be pop- ular again to-night. Another' strong number is "The Padre" a story of the) missions ol" old California. The scoucsj alone are sufficient to make this film j notable but thu acting is also of the! best, and serves to lift the subject! still higher as :i work of dramatic art. j Altogether tho program is of an usually attractive nature and no doubt J in i niiihririfo Kviriiv I the attendance wiff large again lo-} LctllbrldBo LrKlaj mornlogoc-! U'IMFUL ITAlRjnight Watch Wednesday's 'attractions. sect or ctrail, and in this mailer Mr. noon's Inca! lo spcnil a few days with Cline is exjiected to make goort [tU-nil, Miss. E: Mutton, 6th St., way. The report of the band com- s. mitu-c was received and filed. COALDALE THE OTHL WITH cuiTfid the death of little JlpDowQll PtiwBon, ago The funcrnl was held in taken by .Mrs. Pawabn diiriiife the ,baby's illness and condnctcrt tlii A. A. tjytlo. The many; floixil ol'feriiiMB by Coaldale were loJsens of Jove fimhsympujby. 0 Alia. K. K. Cokely has- returned spending scvornl son, Mr. Leroy from B. C. after with her Cokely. H. Pnwsoii ir- rigiition convention in Cnlg.iry last week. HON. CHAS. MURPHY ff NOMINATED IN RUSSELL Aug. of State Murphy was nominat- (id by llio Liberals of Comity "The THEY ARE HERE Stock Yards Kire" j tiirc-s pronounced by uxpcrl critics to be the greatest fire pictures ever nro-j duced, will he at. (lie Eureka tonight, j Tbe big Chicago stock -yards confll- tenement, districts entailing en- ormous loss of property. The. Imp j Camera Man took many hazardous Attracts Attention Everywhere There is one sure and certain way for every woman io have beautiful hair, rind that is fo glVjo it. care, which includes (he use of Now- bro's Jferpieidc. Tliis remarkable preparation kills absolutely tho germ, erad- icatcs dandruff and prevents the omised many deaths and ren j from falling nO't people homeless in The prophylactic fiction of Herpi- keeps the, hair free from disease and thn Bcnlp sweet and clean Io (his scene, while a natural growth is inevitable. working near falling walls and in tho Herpicide hair scintillates with j'midst of shifting flames which were health and vigor, light and luster, back members of the fire de- duced only by. the jpartment. A picture that will thrill and hair dressing. Kowbro's Herpi- clde. All druggigts sell It and guarantee one dollnr size bottles. All first class barbers and hair dres- sers tie and recommend it. A sample and booklet he sent, lo any address upon receipt of 10 cents by Tho Morpiclde Co.. Dept. n., De- troit, Mich. J. IX lllginhothani Co. you through and through, "Tho Gun lighters" nnother good feature will be nin agnin tonight for the last time.) Owing to Calgary holding the go Stock Yards Kire over another date! Mr. Morris waa unable' to get'them' ror [ant night, }tut they nrrlvwl ''fills morning and will be shown tonight and tomorrow night iii order to Rive every one an opportunity ol scciiig POPE IS .BETTER -Aug. cool -air of early morning helped to freshen ithe Pope, .who appear- ed to be'no woVeeHhan day. Prof. -VaraclJiflfava, suiting doctor, explained tbat Pontiff'-3 restlessness during the ntg-ht was due perhaps to the fact that he slept longer than usual- yesterday after- noon. porters of Mr. Cahan. Winnipeg, Aug. of Winnipeg will tonight nominate their candidate for the federal elec- tions. The dale of the Conservative noiTT'iiation has not hecn set. It is generally rumored thai James H. Ashdown will be the Liberal stand- ard bearer, and in tho event of this he ing verified by tonight's jionvcntion A Icy. Tlaggart, M.P., will, in all pr0h cany the Conservative ban- ner again. W. B. Sherman, oi Calgary, is to uiM a new tlteatre in Kcgina, and i, planning a Saskatcflicwah theatri- cal circuit. druggists ajid stores. 50c box. Use ulso SSam-Buk. Soap. Best for baby'i bath and for tender skin. .25c tablet. WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. opened 97 closed 9G 3-S; Dec. opened 5-8, closed 05 5-8; May opened 101 1-4, closed 100 3-S; Outs, Oct opened 38 ]-S, closet! 37 3-4; Dec, .opened., 37 5-S, closed 37 1-2; Flax, Oct. opened IDS, closed 194. Winnipeg cash prices -Wheat closed, 1 Nor. 97 5-8; 2 Nor.. 3 >.Yor. 94; No. 4, SS; .No. 1-2; No. 7fi 3-4. Feed, 62; Oats No, 1 O. AY. 'A'r, 3, GO; No. 4, 53; Flax 1 N. W. 2.15. American Alarketi, Sept. opened 100 1-4, closed 99-1-2; U-3C. opened 101 1-4, cloeed 100 1-2; Way opened 105, closed 104 1-2. opened 90 3-S, closed SO 1-8; Dec. opened' 94 1-2, clo-aed 93 1-2; May opened .101 1-S, cloced 99.1-1. nicnt powder magaz-jne ex- ploded at, San -lose, Costa Rica, kill, ing several persons. Are Going Away? Much of the coint'ori in Travelling depends on the quality of your baggage. Nodiiiis is more annoying than to itrnnks and bags come to grict on the join join-sell agaijist tbis by buying: Ti links of the best quality only. The "Knockabout" This trunk is one of the molt tried and trusted it is covered in itronq brown water- proof canvas, very battened; has a spec- ially well made lock and flush bolts, heavy bump- ers on corners and fitted with long straps. Can- not be beaten at double the price. OUR SPECIAL 18.00 THE REGAL HAT POX Ladies, this will carry your hats safely. It is 24 Inches take 6 large hats, Is strongly made in every way and beautifully fitted. SPECIAL PRICE The Lightweight This case Is a -comes smooth jrain, dark brown color, with has a double action lock, with patent clips, ind price is a, staggerer. Size 22 ,In. .................Price ,H Size Size M Price 13.00 Tiy the Bay FOR Carpets and Linoleums We nhall be pleased to esti- mate, free for Carpets or Lino- leum'. Let us know your wants. Inlaid Linoleum, per square yard 9flC. Madras Muslin This dainty material Is now much in vogue, for Window Curtains, and our stock has now been supplemented with all the newest designs ind colorings. Some very pretty effects, as low as Per Yard 35c. THE This suit hat be- come mo it pop- ular cm ac- count of ift cxtrtme jighf- ness. Covered In matting and bound with- hand- some Size 24 -in Price f4.M Size 26 in. Price M ft' If the clothw indicate the, man iurely thf Curtaini Indicate the houtewife even more strong- ly. See cur Block of Lace, Embroidered and Swift Curlaina, and we will undertake to tttlify the .most taste. From to pair. Hudson's Bay Co. ;