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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE MSTMBMnGE DAILY HERALD DANTF MUSIC All "the evening. Per- you have little !m- hops on your ver- andah these -summer even- vlngs? ifj so -do you let VJCTOK yctur music? Come and heir Kmewmo and Lovo ind Spr- p'ance .Orchestra Kisrh Piano Co. Dominion.Bk. 'Phone 791 TAX SALE TO-DAY NETS Some Fancy Prices Paid For Good Everything Sold Promptly in ten o'clock ibis morn- ing, Secretary-Treasurer Hobinson, ncting.ln his capacity as city auc- tioneer, sale of the lots willed, appear on-tlic cil.v tax collect- tors'vrpll as belnj in arrvars. The.'e we're sixty-three jiarceis to he dispos- ed of, five having, been redeemed since t'riday. The sale utocvcilvd briskly, md.fdr some time the twenty-odd bid- things warm. Some few parcels were very, much rii demand, especially Jhosov'on' .Westminster lid. W. H. the hteh bidder of the day, bidding for two lots on Westminsier.'.-In Block 2B. W. M. Harris was iie.vi with S7SO for lotu I 1 aud 2 in Block 11. V. Gibbons secured three lots in the north half of 5 at his bid of On the aver- however, the lots were knocked down at an ordinary figure, about ?-00 or thereabouts, li. V. Gibbons, W: C. Ives and Aid. BIG CROWD AT DIAMOND CITY Lnjoyed The Splendid j i Programme of Sports Provided Diamond City was the centre of at- traction on Saturday for ninny people from Lethbndgo, Klpn, .Monarch, Al- bion nidge nnd the surrounding co.un- try. Although tho day was very threatening, tho coal city never be- fore wns visited by so many people. The special train which arrived In ctiy in the afternoon, was pack-! etl to its utmost capacity.. At the Diamond City Hotel, accommodation was provided for a large number of people, but the people soon over-flood- ed it. The authorities deserve great praise for the way in which the large KCfUSl THC3USTAS DON T OC IMPOSED OY CANADA E.W.GlLLETTCaLTD TORONTO .-.ONT. IRISH MEMBERS AND CORONATION Redmond Wanted to At- tend But Idea Was Voted Down Monday, July 3, 1011 he was always strong enough to hold on and the game wont on. The Inst event of the day was the Firemen's dance In the .Miners Hall, July Irish Inde- pendent recently printed a clrcuinstail- llul account of n mooting of tho Irish'1 Nationalist party which had been Held to discuss tho question of nun- nltcmlanco at "the Coronation, It Is said that'John Itotlmond, leader of the puny made, an .Impressive speocll j In which he urged that Ihe Irish mem.. Bet's of party parliament should li.ko- ofilclai part, as n parly in the Ci onatlon fesllvliles us ho claimed that it would be of untold benefit lu the caiiBo of Home Hiilo among Kiijillsl CORONATION Or KINO OKOHQK V. V1I.I. IK COMHBMOKATKI) AT TH1 INDUSTRIAL .EXHIBITION BURGLARS SCARED RAN AWAY Effected Entrance to Sher- lock Block But Got Nothing i On Friday night someone, gained an at the rear door of the Sherlock building by cutting out a part of the and forcing the bolt. So far as can be learned no- thing was carried away and the burg- lars were probably scared away by one of the policemen who found the door sprung, and turned in an alarm. Chief Gillespie says that it is a wonder that a great many more burg- laries have not been attempted on account of the careless habit of bus iness men going away from their places of business and doors unfast ened. Last night the different policemen on their beats reported six doors unlocked. If this condition con tinues to exist there wil] he a burglary in the city sometime and the one to blame Sage were the "heavy buyers, the lat- I ui iiuiuu (UIIO 1111 Hi III- L'.IK IS 1 ml a lery merry time was spent constituencies and in the Home of til the tram pulled out at eleven, Commons. John Dillon W II o clock aud by the large numberf uioud and other opposed this who went to Diamond City, it was: show of hands save 29 votes 'n In .-or heard said, that the next holiday that j of attending and against. T. WHOUI woitko WONOKR 2OO.OOH PrIM 12-22 TITLED BRIDE FAILED TO APPEAR co i tie crowd was handled and the day went off'without a hitch, with the excel tor taking ti parcels, while Mr. Gib- lion of a few light showers. In the uons look 27 and Mr. Ives 11'. W. M. forepart of the day teams could be Harris also bought up several par- seen coming from all directions A. eels. The sale netted close to J16.000. [baseball same was scheduled for 10 The buyers are busy this afternoon the Lethbridce Collier's making their deposits on the lotii a ni thus secured. For the present each Didder pays down the amount of ar- Iter were unable to get there on timo rearages on the property bought, plus five per cent. If at the end of the year the owner has not redeemed his property by paying the amount of taxes outstanding, plus ten per cent., the city is allowed to give the buye a title to the land, on his paying ui the balance of his bid. The cheapest buy of the day .._ made by R. V. Gibbon who secure, a twenty-five foot lot on Westmin ster Road, close to Xo. 2 Fire Hal for the sum of fifty dollars. The city bought in lots which no bids were made. LOCAL BUDGET citizens will have but themselves. Dominion Day brought its usual quo- ta of jags before the cadi and they were looked after with die standard fine snd costs. A couple of petty assaults were held over till tomorrow morning. The death occurred yestprdav morn- ing ol Gilbert R mi tgeil lour it Gli 16th bt S De ceased had been ill tor about thlr-L mor hs mil it sunned In i broth cr who is it the I air SIR WILLIAM WON'T TALK Grounds tnd Is a jiatixe of The iimeral took plitc-tlns mornms; irom R, Q Addison s Lndertikmj, parlors to tho public ccmeteri C Grant ot Ihe Luther in church took 'cliarge.ot ,4hc Little three months old George bnedlsh son of Simon Snedish a miner living a't.N'ol.3 mine, died thi.i morning The funeral will take placo tomorroa iftei noon it three o clock lowing to the heavy condition of the j roads. As this game was called off luntil word was heard from the Ridge [preparations were made to get the races started, hwich had been post. poned from Victoria Day on account of rain. .Fortunately or unfortunately, it started to rain and they were once more put aside until the afternoon. The shower did not more than damp- en the ground, and although it looked ike raining anytime, 'the races com- menced. The first number on the program Owen entered. They started very low so as not to tire but before they1 lad gone one-quarter the distance. Owen had to stop. The rest with the iception of Morrison and Cunning oon had to follow'his steps, but the wo warhorsps stayed with the game nd finished In the iboie nimed or The time is so long that the timer gale It up as i bad job Ihe fat mans race nhioh folloned won Gilbertson and Biou-hett fol loned a fee, lietmd It soon begin to ram and the rest of the races were called off until later in the das they will hold another j O'Connor suggested that It worn I lie day of sports when it will be hoped that the Vain will not spoil the day. safest to issue a which to explain the abstention of luo p..r- ty from the ceremonies. Pntricl. O'- iiriens urged that Redmond go 10 tho Abbey. Pnrnell he saiil would Imve tarried out the wishes of the minority. Mr. Redmond finally rieciiled not to 80. lie writes today thm the li-fe- pendent story Is not accurate but he does not deny the essential points. CABINET MINISTER HAD TO HURRY To Escape from Fire Which Wrecked Cobalt Mines Cobalt, Ont., July of "the fiercest fires that has ever struck tliej'louDle skirts are hopelessly entangle, Northland swept away buildings en p the latest edict of Wilbur Glenn ,Vo Dome extensions and Pearl Lake mill-jiva. overseer of Zion the north es yesterday. The fire seemed to shore community founded by the late MAKING TOO MUCH LOVE Succesior of Dowie Doesn't Want Girls of Hii Flock to Love Hit Chicago, July Love, politics and .London. July Constance Half', sister of ,tho '.Ear: of Liverpool, controller of tho King's Household, .society b) failing to-appear at a" church, in L-jiulcii. this'.-mumpou the Onie appointed ;for'iier marriage to Kdv. A. Il.'K. IUiwkins. The church wiis filled 'who waited anVhour .wondering bail occurred to1 delay the cerouiony whet, the brlileiTQOin.scut a messenger in gront liaste to Laily Constance's res- idence in Uvornool to'.Inquire for her. The" reply'returned was that Lady Constance went out .shopping this' niornin.; ami has riot borne. No explanation of her surpris- ing action was forthcoming this even- ing. NEW JAIL MAY FRIDAY Fifteen Guards Will Be Used-Mych Liberty to Prisoners a ade to, open the new provincial Jail here either Friday of ihis week or on 'Mpu- eld Score by innings break out simultaneously in different directions. The fire did not extend beyond Peari Lake so far as known but it is thought that many camps in Reserve aud Western Townships may have been in the path of the flames. Reports of other camps destroyed can- not be verified. Hon. Frank Coch- ranc, J. L. Englehart, D. Murphy, R. Shillington, and a party were at Holl inger when the fire swept.down with a roar -enveloping the road in mass of flames. Cochrane, Englehart and Murphy paddled down Pearl Lake and the rest raced with death through the bush just reaching safety. ROLLING GREEN Ionarch Dnmond c'ltj (S00023I 0201010 II H E o S 4 4 12 Steeie SaumlerH find" SALVIA just tho hair dressing they are looking for It makes the halrXsoft and fluffy and Is not sticky. A large bottle 50 cents. the game between Al ion Ridge and the I ethbndge Col cries teim took place The line up follows ollicries cLean Eastlunrl oss ivis E. K.istlund catcher pitcher 1 base Score by Innings Collieries Albion Ridge Albion Ridge Clarke Den ton R. Croft 2nd base 0. Ktltlerleg shortstop Selshy 3rd base Taibot right field II, Rutledge centre field Kramer left field T. Croft R II B 000001 Ozl 7 10 0010002 3 13 5 Umpire Hartshorn's decisions did not always please the players, but Rolling Green, .Tune farm- ers here have' started breaking agaiii since the heavy rains of last week, ind crops could not look any better. Tt is reported that one of our young ladies who is in Taber for some time has got a new idea on women's attire which in our opinion should prove both convenient and economical. J. A. Seager has increased his me- chanical staff by adding Ed. Fiala, and is now able to turn" over forty acres a day.' Mr. and Mrs. W. are re- suming their homestead duties. Mrs. E. O. Wright spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. Gilbert. Mrs. Rice and'j.Mrs. Horn visited Mrs. last Tuesday. C.. E. .Finders co'mpleted his new barn and carriage shed, and we'no- tice has a new place large and roomy for his implements. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Ira Rice visited at.Mr. and "Mrs. Alex. Ellison's on Sunday. A report'was sent In two weeks ago hut up till now has not appeared in print about the farewell party and told chain given to our late pastor Rev. O L Ritchie, his many friends in this and Lone Star district Mr. and Mrs. J, -W.1. AJ Rawlins, attended J (he, meeting In Lethbridge on Saturday held by R. L. Borden and party and Mrs: Walter-Brian visited 'Irs. Horn on Saturday. Rev. ,T. R. Barker, pur new pastor, till be at home at Mr Demaj's, oE lose Plain. Miss Edna Hempel and Jliss Leona re visitins at A. Surnett. Taber, Our school closed on Thursday, af- :r a most term of five lonths, taught by Miss E. L. Cook, of Lethbridge. Parents and. JiWdreri athered together at 10 when an vceilont programme was started, isting an hour, arid much credit Is ue Miss Cook as well as the child- ren for the splendid manner in which the recitations, dialogues and singing wns rendered. Everyone was surpris- ed that" so much vocal talent'was In our midst. .Miss Cook was awarded prizes for the most perfect lessons dnr Ing the term. Grade III. r.nd IV.: Rr- vln Anderson: grade II.: Leona Hem. pel; clnss B: Bllzabeth Popkins. class A: Nels Lee. After a sumptuous' lunch, served by the children, chairman of the School Hoard, spokn a few words of commen- dation df Miss Cook's work, and excellent progress of the children, fills-district, would gladly secure Miss Cook for the fall term, hut no definite answer has been given yet John Alexander Dowie. Vollva discovered that some of the young women of his faction are act ually making love to young men in Zion who are opposing him. The over- seer yesterday officially took the mat- ter in hand and through "Leaves of Healing" official organ of his church, issued an order forbidding the young women of the church to associate with his enemies. s "If you want to wear hobble or har- em skirts go live -in a .pond with the: loads .and frogs where, you you writes the.qverseer. 'The: word of "God calls for modest dress! and there is no reason why Christ- an women should follo'w the dictates of foolish old women over in Paris. People of today ashion dictat wil] wear anything, take place this week. There no demonstration of any kind an. louucliig the opening, the .officers: simply entering upon their duties ac- cording to orders from the attorhey- senernl. Warden Rivers says that it iitention of the .department to run he affairs of the jail very .much, af- er -the manner in which :the provin- ial jail farm' "at Guelph, Ont., I? handled, and the prisoners wlll.-lbe given as much liberty as can con- sistently be given. One guard will be engaged for every ten men, and as there are 102 cells, there about. 15 guards, including the nlfht men." When the jail herd is opened all the prisoners In the Mounted Police bar- riclis will be all committments will be handled at-thd provincial jail except In cases where the convicts are "sent "up for a.iong- cr term than two years when thny will be sent to. .the penitentiary.: at Edmonton." his A. G. W. Vaux, late been appointed ,tr, quarters .at Tgronto. A BUSINESS CHANGE S. C: Wiljmr has disposed of interest in the Good Co. to J. who has been "engaged in the business fur -22 15 I years, of which he has spcnj in the jltarina biisiupss. Mr. knows. the: to bbi- tqm He_ is_ cnthu'siastio about Leilihridgc and its prospects. He expects to 'bring his here In a. few. week's. ,.Mr; Witnier has not ifinitbly (6 his move' incuts AT I HAVE FOUND WOMBN MIME WCHEMMV, I SLAKE my rwitsr loon NOT TO ME SCOXPJON THOU BE MADE JfUftwK'MC ;