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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August TTTE LETfffBMDQE DAILY HERALD Page 7 Youll Want a Suit for Fair We Let us suggest that you spend a few moments looking at our New Fall We know they will please Our Suits are the production of Makers who turn out authoritative and we are showing a choice and splendid selection of Ex clusive We arc Experts at Fitting arid will spare no pains in hav ing garment fit your figure Moderate You Know Suits at Fall Hats Ready for Picking c All the Newest Styles in Christys Derby and Soft Prices to Good Shoes for Style and Service The Best Good Shoe is as stylish as it is serviceable Thats the GEORGE SLATER Prices to U Special Price in all Departments for Fair Week Buyers Shirt Special Negligee On Sale for Black Cashmere all 25c Llama Half 3 Straw Hats at Half Price The Road to Clothes Quality Leads Right Through Our and You Know That QUALITY is the Only True Test of Call and See Us When in The Leading Clothiers MINER KILLED AT COAL CREEK a Welsh was hailly mangled anil InHtantly killed in 3 Coal this just before the shift came out of the was a rope boas n the rope broke letting a trip of several coal cars run back over Mcmbro had not been working iu the mines long and leaves a wife who had just come out from Wales to join FIRE DOES DAMAGE early morning firo destroyed the barns and caretakers dwellings on the property of John causing a loss of Tho K wcro also tho loss being ELM LEADS IN CANADIAN COOPERAGE BUT IS DECLINING Although elm still leads among the woods used for slack spruce is rapidly supplanting In the total output o hairels in tlic Do rainlou last there were according to the compiled by tho i Fores try 13ranch of the Depart ment of the pieces of iu headings and as against pieces of There over more spruce staves and few er elm staves reported for 1911 than for In time elm will probably be used only for as It is the beat wood for the the supply la fast other species can be used to advantage for staves and The ultima to substi tute for elm will probably he which is comparatively Slack cooperage is of vastly greater importance than tight cooperage in This Is because the majority of Canadian products arc of a rousju and dry such as dry and because Canadian woods are besl suited to slack White the only wood which can bo used for containers of alco holic has been practically ex bausted in Canadian In 3911 only oak staves were while were A rough estimate on the part of the forestry places the min imum amount of material used in tha manufacture of all classes of cooper age as made up as follows feet and PROHIBITS KISS ATSTATION you come to Necnnh dont hiss your or sweetheart tho Chief of Ioiico Jamofl Braya declares iissing and spooning about stations s too promiscuous and too The police instructed to stop all WANT STOCK IN ARGENTINE ROAD Times thi morning says it understands that a powerful syndicate of European ami American capitalists the Socicte Gen erale Spcyer and and have paid to Perclval Farquhar for the purchase of six pur prefcrenco shares in the Argentine Railways an undertaking registered in the State of Tho oiJtjration repreapnts n further stage in arrangements now in pro gross for the consolidating of certain Argentine and otlior SoulJi American mil GREAT BRITAIN WILL EXHIBIT PANAMA BILL NOT INTERFERING WITH PARTICIPATION IN FRISCO EXPOSITION tbat Great Britain might not take part In the Pajwma Exposition pn account of tho dissatisfaction with the Canal wore disposed of when the oriuun Wmbasuy here received flclal notification from tho Office of tho participation of Euglat in the 1915 exposition The extent of tho participation not as llie allotment of spa for the various countries has not been hut It is now officially a Bured that Great Britain will tak part In celebration of the opunin of the the feeling being tha any disagreement over the action o tlio United as to canal toll will be amicably adjusted before th time of tho The United State embassy today received a reply fro British oifice to Pres dent Tafts Invitation to the Britis Joverment to participate ITI the Pai amaPaclfic The foreig ofllce is disposed to accept the Inv atian on principal but its final d Msion will be Influenced partly by th possibility of arriving at a satisfactor settlement with the exposition auth orities iu regard to tho accommoda tion to be provided for British Inyes No hint Is given In the reply in res nect to other possible influences whicl may effect the British decision but IB evident that a loophole has been left for British refusal of the invlta STREET LIGHTS FOR COWLEY tincan bri gade got busy last week and visited the three newlywedded men and had the satisfaction ol having them all jcome through with enough cash to enable the to have a dance in the opera house Friday A very enjoyable evening was shipped two cars ot horses and one car of cattle to the Lothbridge exhibition on The dry farming exhibit also went Saturday in charge of Morrison am A finer collection of grasses and vegetables has never left here before and there is no doubt bui that the first prize will come here tins Miss Christie of Blair is visiting friends in this dis The council have had installed a gai streetlight on every block corner 01 Railway and one on the cornel of Cameron and Mountain Ave Jackson Brothers had the contract for the above and are to ho congratulated upon the way they have filled their part as well as the Van Duseti is relieving Fraser as manager of the Union Bank here while the latter is talcing his HOTEL ALEXANDRA LETHBEIDGE European Plan Finest Cafe in the West Open to 12 Telephones in Every Room Free Bus to and from Individual Served in Cafe open till 12 Hotel Phone 717 Cafe Phone 14C2 Mass Meeting Labor Temple AUGUST V AT 8 SPBAEEK H WILKINSOlSr President British Columbia Federation of Organized for Trades and Labor Congresp of t t af Y Welcome Lid fas EWELS STOLEN QUICKLY FOUND Harriet a wealthy of Bos was robbed oE five thousand dol lars worth of jewels just before boarding the stearrar Pnnferenco on the navy policy is leading BELIEVE WINSTON IS NOT COMING of official confirmation of the report that Right Winston Churchill would visit the Dominion during the cabinet cess Charlotte in Seattle Sunday A tow minutes a police to the belief at ihe capital that tuch is most though man arrested a maji panied Patrick it is realized that a visit from the London milkmen will charge 7c a quart after August Ironing with loo nn iron fades mpro garments than waging or BIOLOGISTS DISCUSS PROBLEM OF LIFE origin of which may termed tho biggest subject with which science is con corned will be the main topic for dis cussion at the meeting of the British association opening at Sep Icinbcr Schafer of Kdin eminent will de vote his presidential address lo thi vital H is expected the nd dress will be the most remarkable Ac livered in many At the associations annual con gross important to tin sum of knowledge arc likely to be made ant vigorous discussion aiTton many notable scientists is expectei on the Is it possible that life can he man ufactured chemically Discoveries made by students of plant have in some cases corrobor ated results of animnl life It ms therefore been arranged for the sections of botany and to meet jointly to discuss the mystery of Chalmers of the Lon don will join the Hi has an interesting theory of the ori gin of Many scientists believe they have touched at least one im portant secret in making rudiinent ary life which may lead to practical results in the LINDSAY HOTELMAN DEAD proprietor of tho Simpson was tho victim of a paralytic stroke at Cobourg last The affected him in one his hands and also In the Ho died this property wlio had all the stolen his pockets The gems wore restored to CANADIAN MUNICIPAL STOCKS IN Following arc the quotations of active Canadian and municipal stocks Dominion of Canada three Dominion of 50year land grant 17 Dominion of Canada registered 3 per 89Xi 90 iity of Montreal 3 per cent i 78 lity of 5 per cent 109 City five per First Lord of the Adimralty would be quite in accord with a resolution passed at the Imperial conference of in which reciprocal visits by ministers of the United Kingdom and of the dominions conferences was it is considered at the capital that a visit from First Lord at a perioil when the navy question was being discussed would e 100 ON WAY TO NEW WESTMINSTER Davln and Alice wife ten days ago in connection vith the robbery of the IJirak of Mpn real branch at Now np eared in tlio police court again The charge against them stlSnt here was bringing stolen money info the They were handed over to the oitlcers who arrived yesterday from New Westminster and will leave for the west on POPE NEVER LEFT VATICAN statemwt erer a ltd in the press here that the Pope flTnt out of the Vatican to visit his sister who was said to havo been stricken with is offici ally deniedat the Vatican The officials declare tho stroke of par alysis suffered by the Popes sister June and wis ol a It caused no serious Rosa has almost Spinach and cucumber hot weather CANADIAN Southern Alberta Exhibition Lethbridge 1924 SPECIAL EXHIBITION GROUNDS leave Letlibridge fetation as follows Aug 21 22 Trains leave Lotlibridgc Station nt follows 2 Trains leave Exhibition 0rounds 15 minutes later tjinn above K FOR ROUND 25 CENTS ;