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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IHATT.Y Saturday, Aiijf. Jflll. After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. We will give you .your choice of any Picture in stock at one half regular price There are about one hundred to pick from. Regular prices to We want to clear these out to make room for our new fall stock Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. FOR SCHOOL ATN0.6 Lots Adjoining Central School Purchased; By- laws Ordered At an adjourned met1 ting of the school hoard last fvciiini; tlic con-j tract for the orrction of llardievilie-! si-honl was invank'ri to Messrs, lint-( srn unit Carlsjiti -for Thi'ic i ten'li-r not the lowest, (i. Pearson tendered at The board felt com inced, hmvever, lliat Pearson liad made a mis- ta'j'1 in hi.1, toiuler, as it -.vns so itch iowt'i tlian the others, anil as they have had expensive Iron hi 'ore iiiiifcr similar nmimstances, ilccidi'd to stive the contract lo hi; lowest of wlii'.t appeared to lie j .lie i'easutiable The oihei enderers were I .ussier t'onstntc- ion Co Geu. Healon S7.-IJI5, I.iirsrm it Minison -las. Sand- quis-t J7.JP25, Smith Bros. tt Wilson Hud II. Holt SS.S30. Tire tiuaul iiad an ofier" frnm Rev. Hornby to sell the three lots and f house snuili of lho I't-ntral school on Xinlh street to the hoard! 'Ou, and the offer was acJ COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Great for Breakfast." A day started on Cownn'i Cocoa is a day with a dear head and a steady a day full of snap r.nd life. Cocoa nourishes the body. It ig rich in food value and easy to digest. DO YOU USE COWAN'S OOCOAT rj I 1 KAYlllffND HAIJ "niH-J'UU UtlU HTKrTJYntTi JJVHI PIT LA1UL-U for cepted. In reply (hi- for a qiM'trttioii chosen a site M-lnioI. thr A. 2G.-Tbe liayniond AWFUL WRECK HAS MANY VICTIMS Packed Coaches Plunge Over Trestle; 36 Killed 60 Injured I -Mant'liostor, N. Y.. Atig. ing ai u good speed In nn emlouvoi' to Hii.ltti ui> time. 11 LoliiRli ViHloy eiigor train of J-t coaches, 1cm .tad with Ii. A. H. vytenuis. wives'ftmt I'mnlltes, dashed into ji spread rail In the mid- ulo or ;i trestle just outside of Man- cao-ster station (his afteruuon, and iitiree ooacliOB plntisod from the brldgv) forty foot down an embankment, Vu trying death lo :ti> victims. ser- ious injury to GO more. The wreck was one of llie worst in the history 'of ihe Uihiph. j train was in (lie middle ot the trestle when the diner-and a -Pullman jlfft the rains, two more :t.'ourlio.B with I hem. Tho coupling -between the iliner and Iho day jconches, ami the and Pullman 'struck tho embankment, like projoc- tiles. The free end of a day coach swung oi'cr the trestle, and the car plunged to the river bottom, forty leet below. All three cars were le n mass of jumbled wood and -steel iron, pinioning: beneath niae of crushed and lifeless hunuinity. List of Dead We Purchased Prize Sheep and Lambs At the Fair fo _ offered made of Indurated Fibrcware is Ideal in eveiy "way for the various needs of tlm busj7" housewife. Theee utanslls are light and durable, have no hoops to fall off or nist, will not taint water, milk or other liquids, and are impervious. They will stnnd any climate, any fair usage. Made in Pails, Tubs, Keelers, Milk Pans, Waih Basins, etc. "Try Them. You'll 'Like Them" THE E. B. EDDY CO., Limited, HULL, CANADA. sell ilu- site in the l-oard for v.-liich the l.oard considered, as' very i'rtTt-unable inriced, and was accepted. Bylaws Ordered' of tin- board forth many complimentary re morcue: Hickey, address unknown. be grown lu this district. The woman, age nbout 40, "M. B. 101 to provide ,or the :miungc.mcnt I0 Ulanh UloSG ou brrast pin furnishing and equipping of: who contributed of their produce tlnis, Man. 70, with "P" on cuff .buttons. .school, the latter to lie a tho display, possible. Follow-1 woman, aged about 35, gray and len-yrar debenture. iinE ls K of (fie. varieties of pro- ;utaclt finely checked dress. Dr. Oaibi.iith, chairman of ihe! straw-bar i tilr1' bhle evcs' school m.uuisrment eomraittee, re-'ries and .Olue serse sklrtl Girl, aged about 22, black hair and ported thill Mr. Jennings, of Palm- erston, had accented the posit-ion of .Mrs. J. F. rants and gooseberries. dark eyes. Woman, white shirt with black tracer of Standard IV. in the Ccn- (Rose tl.., J !lhe turnips, peas, table beets, stripe, grey skirt, age about 43. school, and Miss Lulu Mitcliell ionions, fielfl peasn flax (tan the position ot kinilergarten teacher, tame sage, mangels, carrots. The nnilter. of deterniining what' cab- children shall attend the Flrctwood jbase- radisl'ss. Potatoes OVee JIcGreg-' school was icf! with Stipt. .Supply t, I z. (greon and Chairman 'Wallace..- and Woman, age S5 'j-ears, with "S. E. T. P." on watch. Woman, wearing gohl 'band wed- aiIlK ,.lug. inscription "Maine, SCHOOL OPENS NEXT MONDAY signed to their classes at the opening of the term. The following is a list of the teach- ers in the public school department: K. P. .Stewart, Secure a-car of coal to keep P.1: Mte B. Sharman, Mr. J. C. Jen- 1 until after Superintendent of city schools, W 'A. Hamilton, h asbeen very busy the jpast few days arranging for the open- flng of the'public schools on Mo: jmorning. This morning the resi jtlon of B. Wallace was rece: the placing of a snbsti- In charge till sucb time as a re- jfulffr teacher be secured. kiodwjanen department is ;s. Hisses Da-n-son, Gibson, Addy. "sly injured. Official Statement New York, Aug. an official .aernent issued, a representative the L-ahigh Valley railroad here said: "The wreck of the Lehigh Va ley train at Manchester yesterday was caused by a broken rail. The-rail was of an unusually high class for which a premium was paid. The detect consisted of an air hole in the centre of tho web of the rail, extend- ing about fourteen inches. The de- tect was such that it could not he detected hy inspection. The wreck ed, however, to the aid of the injured, 0wired Just outside of the llanches- ,and the last rites ofjter aml traln, do not nra ;tbe Catholic church to the dying. jtnrough there at a greater speed than bisters Hortensla and Veda of Ag- 35 miles an hour. Although this train convent, though suffering Buffalo at forty minutes also wont it did not make up nny time be- at the su.ferlng and dying to render aid tween there and Rochester Junction and a record of the time at which It passed several stations shows that jber.s of the. board were present. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Jefferson County, Ala., by a jority of voted to go back fotiple of weeka, by which time It the license system. that the new principal! -vounE boy; bm. Mid the building repair-jlraln Willie crossing the bridge Physical director and cadet instrnc-1 S. Filmer. NEW BLOCK ATCARDSTON Oardston, Aug. Gnrdston Mercantile Co. opened bids yesterday for a new brick building, 33 x 100 feet, to be erected on the north-i of their present .quarters. The lowest bid was that of J. C. Gaboon for Mr. Dnnisden was only higher and Mr. Folsom was still above. This will make a splendid addition to Cardston's building record for 1.911. The Old Folks, aJl fifty years or over, were royally .entertained on Thursday Sast by the Stake Committee. Some seventy-five or eighty sat down to a delicious repast. Three musical nnnrbers, speeches, etc. irccedcd the feast and a good time of was had. Mayor Hnmmer was at the head of the .General Com- and the work was very well jerformed. xj. Ai are all betag re- I'l'errenonne, Quebec. Joseph (STEAMERS-TO SAIL NEXT WEEK London, Aug. ing to tho latest shipping arrangements, ibej 'Lusitauia sails on Sunday with pnsK-l engers only. ,Tbe Enipreis of Britain to -jails on Tnesciay, ihe Tunisian on and the Victorian