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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. July 3. 1911 t TTTR LRTHBRTTXiE DAILY HERALD dtbf rk .11 nil MAONIMCCNT _ from TM _ SUMMER EXCURSIONS EASTERN CANADA PACIFIC COAST to viut world- LottlM NouJ4 I TeniM tlutM Ctrwud DM.. Car. .lloriini.il III. Tot aacku Inloranlop, fire, .ml tiofel. to ,nr CANAMAN PACIFIC HAILWAY TNVET AOBNT or whU 14 R G. McNEILLir, Katrid Ptuoftr AfNt, Calm, AlWrti PINCHER CIUKK Pincher Creek; iluly. H. Hin ton 'has received the contract (or th erection of a new recuorv from tl Episcopal church .officials. The tory, whjch will lie a two store building: costing about will b one of :the handsomest in town whe completed. .It will be erected on on oi the tots uluch are bv th church people naincd near 'the school It is .also, withjn the ranfce of pos Vitality that a Episcopal churcl mai he erected (his jear on the lots adjoining the ipctorj Although tmifi ma; not be terms vcny brisk at present, there it a lot of building kein; done in town In-spite of the inclement state of the weather there was a good crowd in attendance at the Spring Ridge picnic on Ffidav last The affair up with a concert in the schoolhoUM, which proved thi- best in point of uinetv ever held in that building The picnic Held by the United Far- mers of Alberta, at the Old Man Ruer lerrv on Dominion Dav ivas a big success Quite a number from here were present The Dominion Coal Co of Mont- real, owners of the Beaver Creek towrjSite, placed the same on the mar kct last Fridav Business was suspended geneiallj in town on Dominion Dai, which passch off uneventfully Mrs M D "Long 011 a tvyo visit to friends m Oreston, B C on Fndav The weather seems to have settled once for how long MOOSE JAW IN DARKNEM Moose Jaw, Sank., July city waa plungfid into, darkness last Pri- day night when, 'In the. midst of u terrific Btorin, lightning followed th wires Into Uie power bonne and p a generator out of business. WOMAN MAY DIE Winnipeg, Man., July T thier, a wpmaii of. tho'red light di trict, tried to commit suicide this ternoon by taking a handful of table of porUilitrlde of meiciiry The nan she Is ilving 'under is not her ow. tor she is a woman of and ha written a book. S. J. DONALDSON 18 OPPOSED TO TRADE PAC Prince Albert, Sank, July 2 the Borden meeting here tonight S Jonaldson, Conservative member c he Saskatchewan.Legislature, in a ntervjew, renounced his vole In Ih louse, when the Opposition voted so, dl> with the gov eminent in favor o he'reciprocity agreement: UNIVERSAL MILITARY SERVICE IN AUSTRALIA london, Jijl, lecetved here saj that the linlversa service went into effect jn tho Aus tralian Commonwealth Saturday when the first batch of cadels went to camp PROMINENT LAWYER PROPPED DEAD Winnipeg, Man, Julj sud den death of Oeorge D Mlnty, a well known Winnipeg lawyer, occuned last night at 11 30 within a few yards of Ms lesldence Mr nag Identified with the Alberta Waterways "deal SAMPLE OF OATS WAS A DANDY W. Williams, i builder of this'rit.r. who has quarter section eight mils! north, called at the Herald office today wild several stools of f-uts which were a revelation to the llnr- man. These oats were sowed on day 18 011 dry land, and they meas- ircd 24 Inches. Mr. Williams says lie ias n twenty-acre field which is on a' )ar with what was brought. iffice. They will hcadul nit in ess than three from [ires- lit indications will yield at least evenly bushels to the acrp. 'Ihn ind in Ihe vicinity of Eight-Mile .ake is in excellent condition for rcaking, the moisture having ratcd to a depth of eighteen or tweu Inches' To give some idea of land vniucs this dislfict Mr. Williams said th he had been offered the quarter M tinn adjoining his farm at sixty do per acre. EARTHQUAKE PANIC IN SAN FRANCISC Quake Felt in Stvtre a Cirion City San Francisco, California, July This city was thrown into a panl yesterday, when two eartliquak shocks, the heaviest since inoo, jarrei Ihis part of the state and the wes em portion of Nevada Liltle dan age Is reported from any part of th secllon visited by the quake, but in San Francisco, and other cities, th >eople became panic stricken am soon vacaled Ihe large buildings In Carson City, Nevada, ihe shock vas very sever, bul at Reno it .was carcely ftjt. A remarkable feature f the qualte Is that it included the ithorto exempt mountain region WHACKED UP A HUNDRED (Carmangay Sun) Sim Poster, son.of. J. B. Foster, hid rather unique experience on Biin- ay. He was riding a horse along the )ad in front of his father's farm, hen an automobile struck his horse nd broke its leg The car belonged A Al Grace, chief engineer of the outhern Alberta Land Co, who the car, accompanied by Hon ink Oliver, minister of the interior Oliver paid 1100, the sum asked the boy for the horse ELY'S RECORD AS DARING AVIATOR Crowd Certain to Wit- ness His Exhibition Here This Month Lethbrlilge is lo have a big aviation exhibition. As briefly reported in Friday's'Herald, a contract has been signed with the Glenn H. Curtiss com- pany of Hnmmonrisport, New York, by which Eugene Ely, one of the mo noted bird men In Ihe world, will I here about the middle of tile preae on July H. Bent on securing the flrsl real avl llori meet ever held In Western On .with the exception of fligh made.by Charles K. Hamilton at Vai couyer last summer, tho promoters c the exhibition, now definitely decide upon, got info communicalipn wil the Curliss company manager, with a view of bunging E-. Canada If possible at tho time o Lcthbridge'e big fair in August. Hi Rayl, who happened lo be in Oregoi responded by coming to Lethbrldgo ii perapn. He said thai ir would be Im possible .to be in Canada afler 25 on wJiich day Ely win fly in van couyer, but a day's night any lime he tween July 10, when he flies at City, Oregon, and the nale cculd .be arranged.; Little timi then lost in coming to satisfactory terms and signing the contract. The exact date has been left open for a day in order to see if arrange- nienta 'cannot be concluded to hold he meet on July H, consecutively with- the Agricultural Society's open- ng ot Ihe new exhibition hall at Men, erson-Park. meet Is expected to draw by ar the biggest crowd that has ever cen asaembled at one time or place n> where In Southern Albeita apd al- esdy elaborate plans are being devls- d for handling the enormous body, of people bound to ,'be here for Ihe occa- on Although BIj is Ihe most ex- pensive attraction ever bioimht to the cltj, admission to Henderson Park grounds, where tlte flighis will likely take place, will probatilj be as low as seventy-five' cents Eugene Ely stands to the forefront >mong those engag Popular Prices Inspec- tion- Invited ARTHUR HA YR 510 3rd Avenue S. iimentum needed to leave irmn. and also difficulty In ean-yjn to any considerable heigh ct it makes necessaij and possible the rarity' and resistance, much grealer gpeeii Elv while heic take advan tge ol ihe condilions to endeavor to record for the mile. He ill also attempl to reach a-higher vel above sea level than has evei ct been .reached. THE BLUE STORE WISHES TO ANNOUNCE that owing to the pronounced success of the great June SALE we will continue to give you June prices all this month. As you know, the prices are the lowest ever heard of, and you should come and convince yourself. -We are receiving goods daily-something new all the time. We have now a complete stock of groceries, and everything else we handle. Our line consists of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, ready-to-wear Garments for ladies and children, Notions, Crockery, Gent's Furnishings and Glassware. A glance at our window display-especially when you call in the' store and get the same thing advertised and not inferior goods, but the good goods for lowest prices-will positively make you our patron 514 OUR PHONE NO. Liiuot: utu ing inaivinuaib engajj ed in the most 'modern of avittion EIj Jt who last fall few oui flora San Francisco and land cd In his aeroplane'on the decks of the United States battleship Pennsyl- vania, and then rose again and Hew- back to the aviation giounds The distance from the aviation to the battleship was Ihirtj six miles, of them 01 er land ami 18 over se It the first time such a feat ha ever been accomplished For it E] was presented with a gold medal'b the officers of tlie'Pennsjhanla, th medal being presented to him by Ma l the great pMmn rtoi na who was a speciall; imited guest Flj's feat was lo sail niti hi aeroplane flora Vow York on the cruisei Biimmsham and when thirtj miles out at sea, flj back to terra firma A month oi two ago at Buiie he flew over tlie main range or tha I Rocky.mountains Elj's Curtlss Biplane, in which he V ill flj has some records of its own It has been in the air more hours tlmn anj machine in existence. It has a speed iccord of S5 miles "per hour and at Salt Lake Oily recenlly, soared above the clouds lo a height of SOOO feet Air liajl looked over the Hend son Park grounds and, pronounc them ideal rij win make st. on the open stretch north east of t new main building He wastes i LAUNCHED NEW ZEALAND'S GIFT London, July N tw Zealand's first gift of a dreadnought to the Im- perial navy was launched.lust Satur- day by Lady Ward, wife of the Pre- mier of the.young, dominion. Sir Ed- ward Morris, Premier of Nowiound- 'anri, who was among the. prominent people present, said that the vessel was realh tin- fust tangible work re-; galling the union of the empire through a common navy. He did no] despnir tint his oun couutiy would be able to follow New Zealand's ex- ample, but already they hull done something inasmuch is Yeufourullaud fishermen for twenty years had taxed themselvos to train men to help in Mannim; the British ASSIGNEE KINNONOALE There is no "dry farming" "in thll district at present Thursday gam a fine shower, repeated at night and on Saturday a stfndy downpour all the aflernoon and night sent the mol.ture down BIX or sight inches, ami not only put noiv life into tho late sown grain but started nil bienkjns outfits to work. HIM rah foi King peorge's rain and fort} bushels to the acre! J. A. Tihbetts uns called "quite sud- denly to Brookt, where his son Law- rence, who is running a breaking out 'it on the Dul-c of Sutherland's PS- late, was stucKen appendicitis ind had to he taken to the hospital at Medicine Hat Lawrences rnnnj 'riemls hope that ho suffer not li- ng woise than the loss of time arm the pains and penalties of an opei-a- Ion. 'Hugh Robinson has Lethbridge, Alberta CALLED IN ROAD GANG TO CLOSE RED DEER v INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE Toronto, July -s.-rT.ho executive omhlittee of the Jlethodist Genera! 3oard of Slisslons lias recommend; hat tho present industrial, school ed Doer be closed -down and Ih oarding schools be established i addle Lake, Hobbcma, and Morle ho Dominion Government woiihl r Derate by pulling up tho schoo illdlngs and giving a grant of {10 Inspector foi this d'etrtet It s to be hoped that ho will bo act i e n tile discharge of his duties ami ('ml armers will cooperate ,with him i icping this virgin soil free from oxious veods, allhough'even wi- the second growing crop the ndus trious mustard maj be seen Ing. Pull the mustard and "spud tin are good agricultural slo (Special to the Cianbrook, July I view of ths Dominion Day celebrations at KIHI; berley .mil Creston it was advisable not to publicly celebrate the holiday at Cranhroqk, so Porcia- on Uay paused over very quietly The weather was -cold; and dull. Tenders foi the supply of Bewtragft upo Mill bo opened at a meeting of he to be held on Monday the -Ird mil It is underitood hat the d.ito for receiving man holes, etc has been extmd- d lo July 17th The Provincial Government road gangs have all been called in and paid 614 to Miy put Of the City, North W.rd, No. 3 Mine, or othtf We w.nt help of .11 kind, .t we c.nnot handle the crowd with the force S-J.ry no call immedmUly BLUE STORE 606 4th Avenue S. L. LISS, Manager I time In gelling inlo acllon Hlatlir IILS woik constantly at the m chile fiom the time of its ailiv hcra, dismounted and until the appointed hour for the fir night Then EIj takes Ins seat m M IrajJ craft, bids fnrewell-to Ills who aecorapai.ies him in his travil tuins on the power, races dow. ifiainsi Ihe wind and In a minute the propellers loudly i pointing toward the upper regions The machine, at. the altitude here will he tlavelling at a speed of Ml. miles hour when It rises from the ground. Once In the air, will be seen performed every evolution known lo tlie best of Ihe gam.e, spiral glides ocean dlpB, speedy spurts, sudden tills Into the clouds and wide clrcles'lnto the surrounding country. The ingen uily of: nun has never contrived a more thrilling, a more awe-inspiring spectacle than will be thus wilnesned for the flrsl time in their lives by the thousands who will witness Ely's flights from start, to finish. It was while performing the fateful spiral illdo that Ralph Johnston wan killod dramatically at Denver last fall, nml Arch Honey Los Angeles. Ely was in the air at the latter place when dropped to his death. Although ihe altitude of 2000 feel neip has some drawbacks, the chief: or which are higher apccd and greater r each pupil, ly will take mainlenance. The missionary sot For Skin IrriditiJfn We Guarantee Relief. Your Mone Back if Not Satisfied. We have an ointment possessing ex raordlnary jiower to permanently re ieve all forms of eczema, s'kin erup lions, pimples, blotches, ringworm icne, tetter, scaly scalp al onus of Itching and irritaUon causot )y Insecl biles, Its power to soothe ilcers, sores and wo.uilds is very ironounccd. We arc so that P.ex.-.l! ema Ointmont is- unexcelled for oming Ibese ailments Hint wc sell t with our personal promise thill it 'ill not cost user one ccnt400 on 'ill not cost tho usor anything unless In every way gives satisfaction. Wo jxacl no promise and in no way ob- galo tho purchaser. Vou It (hat we could not afford to make ich a broad liberal guarantee, ex- epl we are certain wc cpuld substn.ii. ate our claim. RexslI Eczema Olntmonl Is a gray- h white, plensanl smelling, anllsep- c, cooling healing salve that is rongly germicidal. It destroys the RULES BIRTHDAY PRUNK L.EGAL Boston, lulj I man has right get drunk on las This is a raw statement, but an offi- cial-ruling of Judge Liimmus ol tha Lynn police court And Lynn is a Iry town. James S Kelley was charged with being drunk lie pleaded that he was 57 years old jesterday and just nnt, urally had to celebrate He told Judge Lummiis that he never pot drunk any other time "I've got n light to get drunk on m> asseited Kelley "1 guess jou're said the judge. "You may FT. GEORGE HOTEL BURNED Vancouver, B C July 2 des patch from Fort George tonight alatei that tlio holel of that place, owned by Burns and Johnson, was totally do strayed by fire last eiening They will off It is understood that the ap- proprutioiii were being too rapidly expended How, whj op where is not puhhcii known, there is a suspi- cion ol mismanagement somewhere It is much regretted that this work has had to stop, as the improvements inaiio by Road fiupt Reid, to lar ai tlii-j hsve jnuch predated SOLDIERS UNABLE TO GET AWAY CROWD AT CALGARY FAIR Calgary, Alto., July. Calgary lulustrial exhibition opened todaj vlth an of uiu fifteen housnnd people The exhibition was pened by the .Hon. Frank Oliver, In n address. Ilesbis. Mitchell! Mar- hull and McLean, of the provincial overnment, were present. Liverpool, July tt noon today lie Emprtss of Britain with the dian coronation contingent on board ad still not sailed The civic wej- omr- to the Cannrjmiis planned for atunlav had to be abandoned for at of jngpung the strikers Severa.) f the Canadian officers did nqt em- Ilk tlic Empress Saturda) I'-ir Lieut-Col Williams pro- ceilmg to Vlclcrshot, while Lieut- ol Fiounm tind dipt Sherman the Canadian aitillcrv unit f'o! Foster Ik staying with Captain Matoun, H .V H M I', whose condi- tiou continues to improve Major also remains over i germs that penetrate the skin and use eczema nnd other tormenting tin ailments. A remedy must do at to be effective, for in no other iv can such diseases be overcome. Hexall ISczema Ointment Is Ideal for o treatment of ckln Irritations pe- culiar lo. children, for harbor's Itch, and for sore and itching feet. Il Is positively tho beat remedy wo know of, nnd we urge you to try it at our risk. Two sizes, aOc nnd 11.00 Rcxal! Store. J. n. A Co., POTATO PAMINE STRIKES BRANDON Brandon, Alan, lulj to 10 reported polalo famine in Win- peg, potato prices haye taken" a sudden jump heio It I8 iikely that consumers will be compelled to pay 51.50 a busllel until the new po tatocs arc put on tho market. TWO WOMEN DROWNED Vancouver, D C, July becoming, framic attempt to rench land, two women, Mrs, J.' B Straus, of Philadelphia, snd Mro Wil- liams of Washington, D C, jumped overboard from the ill.fnied slenmcr Spokane, whici down on rrl' day morning, and wore di owned. The othcv passengers were saved, MANY LIVES LOST ON DOMINION DAY Ottawa. July biougln a ghastlj toll of qcath In thll city, ai'd as a lesult of the day's HUtics a great number lost their llv. (.s, a girl of fourteen Winnipeg luly toll of' dcnths hoic was nnnauall) D M .lloliae, n sergeant In'the 19th, killed when stepping off a car, while two yoiinj[ men, sitting on the car steps, were injured bv a pining their dangling being Hamilton, July 2 Sadie JFoanburg- tho two jenr old daughter ot a Jew. Immigrant, was killed y.st.r- day, by falling under the wjiecli of 0. T. P train FOREST CAUSE J DAMAGE IN THE j PORCUPINE DISTRICT, Toronto, Ont, July received last night in this city, rt- port extensile and dangeroua, fires in the Porcupine district'1 fears nro cntcrtalncti In regardi' to the snfctv of that district." Frank who attendad opening of tho PoiTiipine brancd al the T nnd ,V o ,f. tcr an evening etperience In a cagoa ;