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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i.i MmtHH.Iv Friday. .liil.V Be A Bit Curious You h.T. tried other brand, of No- W Kibbon On, you out ho, rich, strong dellc.ous H.bbon other.tea .skVbac. the pacKet-th, srocenril. refund ,our money. LEAVES CREDITORS SECRET TREATY BETWEEN FRANCE AND MOROCCO bee "s Gains and Ciranby, eolorfd, who been running thr Sanitary Laic on Fifth St., have suspended business .HM-aiions, andli incidentally fleeced ness men about Ihc city out, of hundred dollars or more. Ines running line oi mble, iiayiiiR Ihcii- bills. (Sains has saitiiiB the money, and creditors wail. Last night, he gath. orcd in all the loose money the lirni had on hand and Id lor dincrent part of the continent, KT left tu lace, the music, with- illlcc'esied Morocco. I .williin live years, i iiu out cash on hand to pny up the Mv guarantees complete Shcrcfcan ai- Browcr, thr n.oi ,-nv- iimritv iii Morocco, bill is to dcsiros Details are Furnished- Great Britian's Interest London, July to question in regard to Ihc Moroccan situation, by Arthur J. Halfour, op- position leader in the House of Coiii- mons yesterday, I'rinic Minister As- vining a military lorte sufflokiil liniil revolutionary tribes uiiiier his authority. The SnlUin is lo dctray Ihe expenses of' troops, the force of which' is to powerful enoiiiih to police (lie U-rritory oi tlu> tribesmen and punish the rebel 'biuiils until they are brought inln subjection. The Sultan: under the terms of the treaty is to organize a now police iorci- whie.ll is to he mons yesterday, I'rinic Minister As- now police lord- AIIICII (iililh said, "Recent cvenls have licen! sisted iiy the l-'reiicli niilitai) m.- thr siibiect. of discussion by Hie pow- 'sioii. This is to be accomplished tlic subject, of discussion by the now- most interested iu Morocco. I iwilhin five years. The treaty not London, July 7.-Hon. W S Field Ing sailed today for Canada on the Victorian after a viilt on the con- tinent. phrles, a former teacher on the Stirling teaohiiiR staff, was a visitor to New Stirling yesterday, the guest of .Mr. and Mrs, Win. Fisher. Miss Humphries left last evening for an- extended visit in Ontario, taking a boat (rom Port Arthur to Sarnia. Cecil Perkins and Miss Perkins on not, enter upon his duties before Ihc iions lo Krance: A dispatch from Tangier to the expiration of the live years referred BIRD KNOCKS OUT'MILLIONAIRE San Diego. Cal. Inly While mo- toring through Balboa part this af- ternoon, accompanied by bis wife. Krcd Tompkins, a 1'asataa million- Exchange Telegraph Company r what purports to be the outlines oi H secret treaty between France and tl.c Sultan of Morocco! By the terms oi was struck on the forehead by blackbird and rendered unconscious. Going at a good rate of speed, the wer. passengers to Lethbridge last night's local. The new printing press for the Going at a goon u. .r--. New Stirling Star is at ihe station a Hock of buds, one ready to be set up and operate. Soon o( wlljdl struck Tompkins. The bird we'll" hear the news boys calling Tompkins, who was at Ihe wheel, "Stlrlinz Star." and Mrs. G. H. -Finlay and a Miss Lottie, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lockey and baby, took In the excur- sion to Sweet Grass on July Ith. ALARMIN6 SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, Man., July smallpox conditions have broken out in the eastern part of this province. Nineteen cases are reported at Fort Alexander on the Winnipeg river. There are other cases near Mapleton in the Selkirk district Dr. Grain, M. L. A, provincial health officer has prohibited all passenger traffc to or from Lac. Ou Bonnet and Point Du- where the outbreak originated. fell asainst his wife's shoulder. Vrs Tompkins reached over, took the wheel shut of! the power and appnco the. brakes, avoiding a smashup. Tompkins revived in about five min- utes He has a gash in his forehead where the beak of the bird struck. SHUNS BATH QUARTER CENTURY Decatur. 111., .Inly e.-Evidence was introduced by the defence tote, the trial of Mrs. Charles Doolm .that her husband, who caused her-arrest, tad not taken a -bath for more than 'I vears In cross-examination Doolm admitted this to be a fact. More than fifty warrants have been sworn out in the course of years'legal bat- tie between this husband nnd and twenty-three.bearings hsvi beer bad before Justices of., the peace here the treaty, France guarantees sovereignty o! the -Sultan by the pro- will enable Ihc Sbercfcaii govern to pay troops by granting advances to be administered under control of (Via Dette, similar .to that at open ports. DR. GORDON IS NOT VERY OPTIMISTIC Winnipeg, 7.-Dr. C. W. ately at "the present time lliis de Gordon, tetter known as Ralph Con-1 pision has not been accepted I am hopeful The Sale at The Blue Just received a large consignment of Crockery, Tinware, Notions, Cutlery, Prints, Flannelettes, which we place on sale at prices never heard of before in Lethbridge _____------------SPECIALS------------------- 200 Fell, ipft and Derby Hatt to clear at tbit tale 250 Men's Sailor Straw Halt CA. to clear at thii 500 Suit., cpecial to clear at tale Trunks Men's Furnishings that both sides will see the lune them and will coma to J I reasonable attitude regirding it" He rjlng to settle the stnVe returned "j Winnipeg and not pai ,-M-hed in the neir Inti icularb optimistic as to .he pros be a Wcts He expressed the hope indeed would oe Milulobd tr, It the strike no, 'goil.on .ould f 0[ ai thiaute he dnerted from this lo iierta. The price of. this class of coa todaj is (1050 a ton nor and who has been sitting at var ious points In -the Crows Nest dis- K ,ty of (hi, 'proposition' we rict of Alberta. -as 'chairman of the onciliation board whic has ee te settled before any further injury done to the people of the West both parties can meet but unfortun The Foot Toggery Specialists in Boots, W bes an Hosiery Men, Women and Children SEE OUR WOMEN'S WINDOW Repair work neatly and promptly done W. J. Nelson Go. NEWS FROM 2-15 Two >iftccn lulv fifteen .Jlool was oul Fndn Iheic will be a- three weeks' vacation. Miss Alice Gillis, who has filled he position as teacher of our school o satisfactorily will spend her vaca- ion in Strathcona, Alta. Mrs. Fred Jjjffln'gwcll and daugb- cr Vcrn. spent a fow days in Warnei ast week. Heuben Snapp w'ent to Wiirner on jjturiln Mrs .Frank Coffin and children re- turned home from Stirling, Monday dinner, races and the daj was pleasantly spent rho pastor twins absent Rei Mad0e pleached at the School House bund i) Mr M.idge piesented his Miraon In a clear and foicefnl man ner so that those who heard could; not' but' be beliefitted- The body o[ Matt SoHiy "ho I'll CASES FOR RAILWAY BOARO loionto Ont JuV Domin- ion Ituilwii) Board hjs sent out no- tiocs diioctnii, ittention to the es lo he dealt with at Vancouver and lalgiiv Ihe elly of Vancouier and merchants .irowuod a few miles from Mill; R i'er last. Monday has not yet boon recovered, n'llioiigh a diligent .search Is being made. The crops in Ibis vicinity have made a wonderful growth since the late heavy rains, the being thoroughly soaked and the rains ng been so fiequent to not pel nit tillage 01 potitoes mil othei Si" lien sliiff. to Ihe heiij i iin btoim c-i' indav moinhm the ittcndince 't the Sunday School picnic was not large sood piolestc'd igiinst the latcs chaiged by. the C. P. K. and the (llBcrlmination aisninst them, compared with rales between the west "and Port Arthur, and Fort William. The Calgary pro- tcsls rfie pnncipilh from grain men and are of the same nature. Winnipeg Man luly 7-Jub wheat opened 98 1 4 closed 17 1 2 October opened 3J 1J dosed 9. 14 Decem bei opened Dl 78 closed 92 18 Oat. -July opened "7 IS, closed 37 8 October opened "8 7 8 closed 1 1- opened 18? closed 190 October opened I 77 closed 1 83 CASH- AKt CASH-1 Northern 97 1 4 2 North crn 34 14 3 Northern 91 1 i No 4 M 14 No -.81 No b 76 Feed 1C W 37 1 4 Barta No. J Rejected 43 Feed 4- American Markets opened 37 5S closed 98 12 Scptembei opened 97 3 4 closed nS 7 S Pecember open ed 98 1 4 closed OJ 3-4 opened 88 as closed 80 i4 September opened 10 14 closed 91 58 December opened 0 I closed U 6 8 pece-nber opened 33 1-4, closed 94 3-8. 5000 Print, 2000 yardi nellette, to clear at thu 1ft- imle, mwv All Udie.' Skirt., Waift. Nighl to clear at this iale, 1-3 than wholesale price 100 Ladiet' Linen Skirtt clear at this tale...... to65c clear at this at manufacturer's cost Salespeople Wanted at Once LETHBRIDGE Spring No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern Winter No. A. Altwrta No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alberta. Red Barley Flai on the hoot Steers, per lb. Cows, per Ib. Hogt: )ressed, per lb. MARKETS Geese, live lurneis Fowl DUCKS UM3e per Butter and eggs: butter I Creamery butter lEggs, fresh Potatoes, per cwt. Potatoes, per ton Beets, per lb. Carrots, per lb. Asparagus, per pound Cucumbers, per dozen Radishes per bunch uliflower, per dozen rnips, per lb. tlbage, per pound matoes, per case Dions per lb der prr lb arvnips, per lb. uHlvated hay. in bulk e i -A 514 PROMPT DELIVERY ASSURED 514 THE BLUE STORE S. LISS, Manager 606 4th Ave. S. 10.75 07 0.87 0.66 0.64 3 115 .40 .06 10 to 1 Hair Grow The Alberta Ding Book Co ba an inihtorator thit hair o money back The time to 'ake care of vour ha Is when vou haie hair to talie car. o If your hair Is netting thin gra uallj falling out It cannot be long b fore the spots apnoar Tbe greatest to stop th hair from falling i. SALVIA, tlw American Hair first ed In Fngland SALVIA furnish, nourishment to the hair roots an acts so nulcklj that people are am- remember, it destroys tbe Da druff term the little peat tnaf sa that should lo to the hi from the roots 8ALVIA Is sold b) the Drug ft Book Co under a posltl guarantee to kill Dandruff, stop ra Hair and Itching _ In Jen 1-1.50' ilrie hay, baled I17.SO. im6thy, baled Feed- its, per ton Sals per butiii.1 ran, per cw1- ran, per ton horts, per cwt. horts, per ton Crushed oats, per ton hop barley, per ton hopped wheat, per ton unops, IT cw t r _ Kolled oats, per SOlb sack 2 7'. to 'eed wheat, per lidea ,rcen, per lb i lured ury feheep peltf, each Horse aalr, mane and tail 10 Who ia the youngest member of the New Yor .LORING.M. BLACK Glorious 12th 1911 ____ i r- Grand Celebration Athletic GroundJ, Uthbndge Orand Parade of Oranot Lodoes from All Polnta Alberta. Athletic Contests 100 Yard Dathea Run 1 Mile Run Tug of War ContMt High Jumping .Ball Game Lacrotae Mitch Throwing the Hirnmir Children's Races Women a Races vft Fat Man's Race PTu Old Man's Race LADIES BRING YOUR BABIES Three Prizes for Beat Look- ing Babiea. For narticulara of Entries to Races apply to HARRY CHAPMAN 524 Burdett Street days or money back costs BOc "Of (LMH tor Wrong InltrpreUtlo" As the train left a certain station the following sign dlsplajcd In the buffet car 'No illtoxicMing liquors sold while the train is passing through North Dakota had been rolling through that interminable state a long lime when the Woman B Christian Temperance union delegate from the east came into ihe car for her dinner. Casting eye out ot the window upon a changed landscape, she re- marked to the waiter: still in North Dakota' 'No, answered George al- ertly, with a hospitable grin 'What will you to drink, ma'am'1 Old Smuggler Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age CraUellachie-Giealifet Distillery ;