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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta tiicnday.Jnly4.lMt THE DAILT ITERATED ASQUAW'S Coming THE ORIGINAL Coming CORONATION PICTORES THIS FAMILY TAKES THE PRIZE (Continued Iroro Front A Larga Family Hut talking of large families, you can liclievo this or liot '.ml I vouch tor the truth of my slatei'noiit- Tlrora are larijo nuuilicr l-'renoh- (.'auaftlniis in that district, ami ilicy arc flno (aimers, in Ivml, Inc. best (hut I liavt seen. there is nun family Hint I ran across, which, 1.will .take my o.Uli is (lie largest family i" Tlicrc were exncily twcniy-wii-n cliil- Jrcii In that family, .anil the parents are both living, and ar.c .olil couple. Seven Imi of me of school age. I thought i BORDENWENT FUNERAL are- oold nev- gct done, writing their names. They liail llitn IIUKUM riry- you could Ihink of. hall of them were llililicul nanief. thu last, cmc was a lilUc lioy.' They hail evidently j-uii out of smUljlc r.-iiiics repealed'hie-former ul- they -cinic to tl.ty IjoiTOwed the gooil .iM livih and calied him Pat. Is absolutely true, and ;hc records, will prove it. Indeed, it no ui'dim- icy. leram'e aElinsL 'reciprocity, a fact which held neither economy nor nat- ural aclvanlaEO to Cauiiulims. Ueo. Hr.l'orJey anil -Andrew Sroder WCTIJ tile olhor Huoulters. I Rosthern .People Think] Well of Conservative Leaders Action I Roathern.'-Sask.i-JiJly Bor-. den Conservative niirtj- In M-lbut'e lo the -memory.'of HoBthern'a late QonjLUl. Bhaw "McGregor, who died attending his funeral yeiiterday-aftenipon' after his meeting here. Border! held' ills special at ROB- tliern for an1, hour to attend McGreg- er'g, The'gracjoUB act will ever be' remembered here -showing lllpfie .fine- gentlemanly' qualities vliJch place Bordcn In a distinct class of. Canadians.': The tribute was nicer eirlar'to ihe.fsct that McGregor was a life-long Liberal. Uorden met with an enthusiastic reception at llosthern. -The civic.reception was. abandoned owing to the death'of Mayor McGreg- or. J. A. deputy mayor, offlc. lated-and Bonier and plrty to that weather forced abandonment of vthe Intended automobile drhe throuch llin Itocthern wheat fields four Hundred people Inlened to Borden s annunciation, of; the-Conservative pol- N. S. CABINET to Murray- Government to Filj Vieinclet Halifax, July: In the Murray on the chaijKes caused 'hy the general been filled by the ap- poiritmerit of.llori. ner, il.P.P. for H. M. Mc- Uregor, Jl.P.P. for Tjctou. and J. W. Oomeau, il.P.r. for Ulguy, as mem- of the Executive Council without portfolio. Mr. Faulkner, 'who was speaker at I ho last succeeds Hon. David Macpheraon of Halifax, who did-'npt soak 'Air. Mc- tiregor takes 'tile iilace of Hon. B. V. 1'carson, "-vho was defeated In Col- clieslcr, and Mr. Conieau lhai; of Hon. rl. 5. Leblanc, :who waa defeated in Varmouth. The latter IB the repre- sentative of the AcadiuL section c-r the.'population.--. _'v POET AND WIT DEAD Colorado SprlngSj liueene P. Ware, United States pen- sion- commissioner under'. President llooBevelt and'One of tlieUmst known lawyers, Ins'lbc diedjuileipeclcd: ly-'from hoarl failure last -night at Cascade, a summer peBort a few milefl from this city.-: He. wai. well'known afi a wit- men thing to cnuincrnlo French fam- ilies where Ihere were ten or twelve Jhildrcn. Those are the people who arc going to 'make Western Canada the hcst country under the sun." Mr. Kennedy just completed his task yesterday-, and-brought the rer> ords .to (..clhliridgc this morning turning-Mlem.over to .ri. V-.'Gihbons. Dferid Nefer a Bettei Cwiliofl Tbi v at The Present Tim from Front TELEGRAPHIC- BRIEFS Indications point the concluijpn uf the session of the U. S. coir sresB In August. The grtin growers at Siiskatoon asked to supjjorL rocipro- clty.hut-he declared he was unalter- ulily opposed to the agreement, Patrick Rustlce. a workman 01 nky-Bcraper at Chicago, fell from the twentieth storey of the structure, hut by tue timely assistance of a fellow laborer, Jonn Murray, landed on Llie nineteenth 'floor, 'inmost uninjured. A aad'drowninK fatality occurred at Vancouver, when Marcus Wcston, aged 24 years, son ol the1 Fter. Mr. U'eaton, a Baptist minister of Toron- to, fell'overboard from a boat and wan never seen iRaiD. Kufitero .Canada IB havlnc not; weflthei; oh record. At Toronto the thermometer registered at Montreal 95. St. Catharines 109 and Hamilton 105. Many wore ctricken prostrate by the excessive heat. TTTISHES TO ANNOUNCE that owing to prices all this month. tn the pronounced success of the great June we will continue to give you June As you know, the prices are the lowest ever heard of; and you should come and convince We are receiving goods daily-something new the time. We have now a complete of groceries, and everything else we Qva line consists of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, readyrto-wear Garments for ladies and children, Gent's Furnishings and Glassware. A glance at our window display--especially whqn you call in the store and get the same thing advertised and not inferior-goods, but me good goods for lowest positively make you ,our patron OUR PHONE NO. over, six years we can than .there wns not an cipveior hi this region uml the first eloWtor wus finished In October, 1H05, -.even (lion llicre were muny duubting Thomas' wlio still wondered whether 'It was really a grain grow- ing country. Today Ihu ulevator ca- pacitywiUiin eight miles ol Cardslon bushels'and imich wheat ig placed direct 'into cars from load- ing platforms or from (lie ground wben the rush -is on. Japan anil are.'also .goo'tl cnsloincrs for tlio-llpur from the ISO-barrel mill, HAVE CONFIUKNCE the banks show In the future, for the Hank of Montreal, is erecting a building this sum nier, rijSit, years ago three men tool all the banking work done in today it tiikcs three man and'seven employees in Ihrc bunks'lo do live local business. ;oii5idefabli! amount of capilal ha: hccn tlirowii into the Cardston conn trv'this year, loans on some larmi running (is liigh as On ont, section was loaned by a coni- pajiy'-doing an active business. Whei we remember.-than not so long ago was considered not to be farrpipg land at all, then was sur yeycd and rose to 90 cents per acre .then'to Jl.25 in the early nineties and. lour, years 517 was consider od a; fair'price'for it, we liad mucli to think' Land that sold last year licre was broken anil cropped, anil recently sold again, in a year's time, far per acre. It is certainly of getting i crop every year wilh the heaviness of that makes this land ap such a rapid i-alc. Ih'addition'to grain, of which then wag-snipped- in 1910, 300 cars, ovci of cattle Went out, man) eggs, potatoes roots and 30 cars ot flour. Thirtj 'JKttkrs'- effects came in. The merchandise, brought in is upwards p cars, fruit 1.0 cars or. over, etc. and we are., con.mcncing witt _" townsHlps of land broken up out of. 35vthat may be said to be im- iiieijjate.iy'cciiterrffg on the town. Tho assessment'of. town, off hi ris'erf (rom nothing in 1885 in'lilfii with thy schoo district over just, for.' IbV'.Cardslon town school. .'It1 is estimated, that, the mercantile business-done here in 101( e over. The assessment., town has risen "over the" school assessment name. LOCAL COAL" SUPPLY 514 514 JV, deliver to part of the City, North Ward, No. 3 Mine, or Mr other place. We want help of all at once, we cannot handle the crowd with the force we have. Salary no call immediately 777? C'TYIPJ? uL o 1 606 4th Avenue S. L LISS, Manager A good local, has .been iscDVered about 12 miles south ,hc town; of Carriston, proving with c.icli WCCK'S and i'ilI be another valuable asset. Good iiilldjhg stone llicre abundance the district. -creamery doing so ivcll that it has been ne- cessary to scud .1 man to look "up marKols on the Pacific coast. This is hut a month old and is nttkins -tOfl Ibs. of .high'class butter per and. pays its patrons ;23 ctJi'. .per In. for butter fat arid.if not. a.success nL Uiis ,rate3hen he impossible Lo suit all parties con- Tf; should never hV (orgbtfen that district' ;-nt the Dry Fartfjing Congress" at Spokane in J of! the .Trophy for.'the best exhibit vand. Foptilar Prices Inspec- tion Invited ARTHURHAYR 510 S. ASSIGNEE Lethbridge, Alberta f try and well known lo olil timers as choice..material. .Of this 65.QOO acres is almost, nil arable land, and there is land east and west of Uiis particu- lar will add to the volume of business, to bu done in Ihe Ivituio in this region. 'Some of Iliad busi- ness will gu to" Maclcod or Pinchcr Greek, some will come to.Cardston, and with the available coal and wa- ter power it is not too rash to say along the. mountains wo may some day see a cliain of Hour mills. PROXIMITY OF MOUNTAINS .A. attraction to many who settle in -the district, is .the .moun- heenvnc a familiar part of the surroundings and the home life, so when much ;misscrt. In days lo come Lhe.'mniinlains will he 'niunh ..utilupfiJJpr .sumnicr liomns, will tie visited, explored or ,un- derstood anil will also he found a greater, source of ..profit than is at. present thought possible. For sever-, al m'iles in'thcy can be used as iner.-shccp nmgcs, no doubt the tim- be. more utilized, grown ar- tificially and tiikch better care of. Kish haLChcrics will be installed, wa- ters stocked.or restocked. Towns will spring up lit Ihe In'rgei lakes ami tho rcat silence of ofnturlps will be broken by visitors galore and festiv- ities no far unheard of. Not so.lon.e. ago it was possible to RO to the .ertnn Lakes, canip a month and pos- sibly sec only one or two while men n Hint lime. Thus' the world moves on :iiul wu yield! pur. places "'Lo the coming taking unction to oursuhcs in that havo jlaycd n good ganic of football .his time, kuoning .the ball pressing .owards the knowing that could kick no longer made' a good or handy pass onto Tie other .to carry it forward. Oueen'a Unlverafly. Kingston HImon FlBher, aged -16 years, of Chicago, had his Jaw broken away 'by an caused by him chew- Ing l fourth of 'July torpedo, mistak- ing It for a piece of Candy. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Siv women 'were Injured whon ladder smashed Into' a car at cultivated forage crops against all] Montreal. comers with