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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i H K-- HiiKALO Vi, Saturday Brass Extension Rods Solid brass, plain or fancy ends, extends to 54 inches, brackets complete, iregulnr 25c. Saturday and Monday 2 for 25c We liave just placed in-our show room a large assortment of Screens, beautiful line screens in French figured tapestry, 2, 8, 4 and 5 leaf screens in Burlap and other fancy art materials.; framesJinislied in golden, Early English on CaH in and we will be pleased to.show them. Standard Furniture Co. FIFTH STREET OPPOSITE EUREKA BIG NEW STORIES AN AMERICAN EXPERT SAYS WHEAT PRICE WILL GO UP ISpccnl OtlTO-i Ictlct Io the Hei Hib Hie mrbt Mitel citing iiSlilitil Pionl of the inst month-Has llu. Provincial clcolion in Noil Scotu in whlUi tin liner il Ccncrnnii.il I'vs of flee, in tint proMnco lor nc S ttl lljJIII ICttiniLli tO 110MC1 lij in Jiwjontv- I he. fcdc.nl slgnific nice 01 the i Itction Uj in pit in (lip CQiintn ill-, (rids tfiof Ptovmcn1! ConscrVilivpfc llifcibtLi! in btctrm? ilcii 01 tiie reu juntitv vilnfc in IHIifiv tlm Consemtne press sought Io nnta. ll Monxrtc-t Mr jllorcien tilt fecknl lii'lcr mlihi us iimoinicLiI in the jilLSh to tile pirt Uw Llcclicra tlii.ro The. result K is in overwhelm ing enclorsition of lU 1 ibc.ial polics in Hut ami sunes. Io elTectiiallj llMl NOM Scolin is in iceorcl with tin. tccipro cal tricic airingcnent aid tht pansion of C imdian n irkets It liso goes Io indicate that unlcss'tlic Coii- tcrvativc leader, who sits [or n Hali- modifies Ins inti reciprociU Mews he uill have T cilfil cuU lime m holding Ins own sell al the next federal liloctiqn. The, growing ndications lhat the PLOJI c or (.Tim i intend to isstrt Hieii uglt to exlcncl (lien trick mil develop, (lie prosperity of the public" throngli till, pact, has arquscc! the highly protect- oil corporate and -financial: interests tn i ullier disphv of tin momed cinr of their-'bampaign. The revela- tions of the United Statu. Senate in vcstigation. where, it was shown un- der oiljl tmitcei Slitcs tiusts WLH contributing to ihe cini COWAN'S PERFECTIOH COCOA A day ibif on Gowwi'i Coco. m iigwith held day and life Cocoa body It is neh hi and DO Utl oowAirs OQOOA? to clele-it till, ngrccincnt has Iran followed by an announcement; from Montreal to the effect that a Conservative' lociil incmhct for one ot tlic counties siiriounding 'Montreal is authority for the statement lhat a ttiiicl of will lie available to dcfoU icoipiooiti nnd tlut this iramcnse imount CTU lie mllihlc within two uecks Ihis stitemi-nt Ins hten published gcnenlh in till, puss indicates, the lints which the inti reciprocity cainpiign will tale Signs are. multiplying that many rural Conservatives in Ontario, .will refuse to identify themselves with Hie corporation-financed campaign unst tin reciprocitj jgaemtnl V despatch tiom annOnni.cs lint ol Ihfr rur al ColibiMJllus of Kent oount) the anti reciprnciU of iHe luilcrs of the is believed io lie motive (01 tilt cit a prominent C OHKLI firmei from tin, head of thej oigTiii'iiion at (Jioss Ihe despatch states Vlientlieine tails 01 the iceipioclU urrp announced proniincnt op farmers aionnd here cd Ihcii appioial of the nicisiirr which is to, proVc beneficial to Hie TI tins srclion The course "of Jhe'leaiiirf in Pirlnrtent liis oecSsionert much dis content t J- tinporiancc attaches to the address of Hon. M. II. Davis, commercial ad- viser of Ihe United mcnt of State, Washington, who, in tin, absence of Piesidenl 1 ill id Ihe I bulled s-titcs nnlii-rs in contention ai Ni nqira Jails New ork and deliver td nil tndrtbs to the National 1 edtr ition ind_ the Dominion on ll c of thr Io fojon'o the fciiiiur on lndu list Mi Datis Mid me hundred tears t'uilda ind the lulled States, hue lived side h> side in limit mil llimd ship now another slop pit.liss in adv meed inosprrlt) to both countries, has been readied by the conviction that even the commer- cial 'bars which separate the countries .should reduced. Let me say one, word morei'nnh malic it plain. We. do not desire, more than closer commercial Intercourse. like von, are proud ol our na- tional entitv. want no annexation on one side or the andCit is onlv Uifi enemies of our countries and 1 the interests of both who adjocalc or seek to .interpret events'.'.other- wise. Tlic Amcricnii' price will not he lowered." Mr, Davis told Ihe "The Canadian prjeo will necessarily' be; advanced. ,So far has Ihe self-interest of the untl-rcciprocitT campaign carried it- self In misroprcftfnting the facts of the agreement that'I3ishoJJ Mills, in his charge to the Anglican of Ontario, at Kingston, vvcek, round it necessary Io.. adiuinjst'ei' a stinging rebuke, which is fraught Wanted and For Sale Engines, Boilers of all HOW MUCH MONEVvHA.Vp YOU' tied ilp in raftchinery and cquipmeiiL, which IB. hot earning anything tpi- you? 1 Let us mak'e you an otter for it In exchanse for other machinery or for. sale out-T right.- 704 MAIN ST. VINNIPEG. with much significance coming ftoiji sucli a source'anil upon such.'an occa- sion. Tlic text of tlic Bishopls .cpm- nient. was as follows: 'OF, course there arc some pr.oplo going up anil down thc country now, professional polilicians for the most there arc some other: with Ilicm who know just as little about tlic who are singing a son-x about hlue ruin which is coming; on to our country, through ;rcclproc itv wiih the Unitoil States. Whether it wo ild he in thc Rcnenl inteicst1; of the is i question foi (Ic hate, anil iihout which different opin- ions u-i) lie helil But polllicnns, have not ilcvolcd their attention- so much to thc discussion ofxthis tion as in ringing changos on thc'cry (hat il adopted it would he thc first step'towards ncxation fin I thc United State? would he htivinp us. and we would he sellini; on selves I think that is the gtcitpst n nisi use tint em cami. from the months.of supposedly, sane men as a Canadian., r resent- it. would think IHlIc of loi iltj to the Ilriti h Croun ind thr British Pmpire if it depended on tirifT sched ules. Those who think the national spi it of Lnndi is Mich a poor and uncertain that her existence .as a nation would he imperilled by in increase of trade with the United States certainly do not know her. There is no part of the' Hritish Em- pire in which there is -truer loyalty thmi in Canada, and she can ho nei- ther hoiifht noi sold II is a stnfige thing that hoth parties, from Sii John iMacdonald sought lor reciprocity wiih the Unileii States, and looked upon it as nhll1. hut the I'nitcd ..States would not agree to if, am not- st they will now however, when it apparenfly within our.reach, there 11 cry raised against it, us though if meant thc ruination1 of the country." TOM HAROLD WAS MANAGCR During the "Made in Canada" held by the Kinga Daughters at Van- couver, "Made in Canada" dav'j was published by the union 'of that city. Thoa. S. Harold, formerly a valued member of the Herald staff, was manager. Mr. Har- old ic member of the .executive of the Vancouver typographical union. CANNOT LIVE Parin, .July condition of J.obii Gates, Atiiftrlyan financier, lit al a hotel hero, is extremely scr- lout. He panned .the day In a conm- condition and phyelchtns clare ft poinlblo HOU CharloR, who It on board Lite Mauretanla, hur- rying to .Europe, will not reach Far- la In lime to find his father alive., The American went Io Lon- don to put through a deal with Lord Cowdruy with regard to Interests In Mexico al a time when he should have remained in Purls for an op- eration, he had been told was neces- sary for tfie removal of a tumor. BUILD STAND IN A WEEK July 5 o'clock this morning an emergency meeting of the- directors of the Win- nipeg exhiiMlion association- was held and plans approved for grand stands, to replace those destroyed by fire'. They wijl. have a seating capacity of nine thousand and will he ready for the 'opening of the exhi- bition on Wednesday next. In less than ail hour 'train the approval of the plans the necessary materials been ordered and actual con structlon started before noon. All through night a large Bang was 'omployed-.cleaifiiig', up the debrife ready for'the'work on the new stands. Tho origin ot the fire is still a mys- tery. Favorite Books of Her Majesty; Aid at a Fire; Amusing Anecdotes of the Prince- .London Chronicle.) The "Ufe or iler ..Majcsly Queen Miirv." has.just.been Issued by Messrs. N'elion In their Slllillns (Not) Library. This volume, which contains some- in- teresting' photographs comes from the )UU of Sir Clement Kluloch-Coqke, who .wrote a Memoir of tho Queen's mother, tl'fl late Duchess of Teck. In preparing the Hio uithpr has luul facilities for fathering the soundest information, and the ma- terial which ho has used is as accept- able as tiio style of shaping It.. The: girlhood of TrluccBS .May was hnppy: .bright augury lor a happy, life-rand in.books she took a particular delight: Her plan was to read something every day, and then to talk it over with the lady who had been her gov- erness and had remained with the family, .the discussion beins carried on either In French or QcrrnHii, accord- ,ng to arrangement. Each morning Princess May read u chapter in Ihe mills', and no matter how many things nail to be hor religious d.ulies were never neglected or postponed. No uncut books wore found on hei bookshelves'and the well-turned pages i of cadi volume'showed thai it.was distant part of the 1 -BOY SCOUTS BUSY A very interesting as well as Btructive trip was .taken last even- ing by two patrols of the Lethbridge Boy Scouts. Leaving the city, north of the rail- way traeks at', the depot, the objec- tive being the traffic bridge. After practices-, in clo'se. order for a time the -fox patrpiVin, charge of leader Davis takips the right wing, the Ra- ven-patrol'under'A. Martin going by :the left to capture their scout, rnastgr' and his. assistant iK.iven' five' minutes Good, trailingjjjjljs done by Spe .ciat be made of-two 'scouts of w'l? PS "lei! knowledge of' tta'.. coule; !wpre able io .maKe some, slmrt.cuts and intercept IheToneiny "before they reached the .airl'dge.'. "Be Prepared" Jjeing the scouts' watch word, .-were forthcom. ing. Every scout started a -camp (ire-with scouts are very anxious.. a camping every. .faculty will be trained and developed. ..Tlie acputs were tried out in sev- eral, branches of scouting. All were enthusiastic and- hard work .as was shown wjien one scout sus- tained a simple strain, a stretcher was made of two and. a-coaf, and ;three miles, up liill were mad without a halt, changes being; made without lowering, the patient to the ground. .Scout.training is .of snch-a-complex nature and so .attractive that the boy- is. being trained and educated physically, morally and intellectually without even an apparent hardship attending it. Right in Town' According to John [Jattihier, a clerk at the Seelbach, a big Chicago travel- ling man, while stopping in the city, recently, tried to call a Httlo southern, Indiana town by long-distance tele- phone. He was informed by the girl on the switchboard that the call would cost him 25 ..Cents. Immc- .diately he raised a .strenuous kick.. he shouted, "in Chicago we can talk to hell and 'back for 25 cents. 'Well, T came the calm.and .unruffled answer back along the line, 'but that's in -Louisville Times. J 4 HOT WEATHER; COMFORT For Sale Our Goods mem many that will make the hoi -wedth ci ilioi o endurable ,injj foitable Pci fumes, Tpllet 1 ilcum olionfl foot b lltb Datll Spnyi mil mill) others ale found heic In fcreat vailetios Don t foi get vo head t (luaitels for Summer Com it F The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. TH.IRD AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 555. I FTS relieve and cure of the stou They re Inforee the itoiiach by supplying the principle! needed for the digestion ofsll kinds ol food Try one after each mid 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send m- 6pe: ind we will mail you i box 33 m LimilcJ. Indian visit, too, had .many in teresting episodes: Discussing hei knowledge of India the King! part of his life is an oflicial In th- country, and-was mtimntelj N'o she i od with all things Indian obtpi'cd beta sit and tne mole so bv thoae continually iii use. Tennyson, Carlyle, Emerson and -George Eliot were fa- vorite authors, vyitn the Princess, while tho works of Macaulay, Fronde, Lamb, Motley, iMoliere, Goethe and Dante, alsc found a place in her small library. Order and regularity two of her guiding principles as she. grew up to womanhood and nothing was ever Io a friend, "1 consider the Princess of ii'lace: in her boudoir the books I has a very good grasp'ol Indian HI were properly classified, while her [fairs, rein ilk ible in a woman Wife's .Appeal Rut not simply "knowledge On one occasion a bounty pressed for'-yard and in shrill tones demanded help. The -suppliant's him band, found guilty of murder, hud been transported to the Ariilaraansv She God sivc sin goeb the carries with i i iJiant peisonalitj and Jhe manner is meted out vu loy. rich pr poor I o old tr eras she is most faithful a gentleman who had spent the bcstjioi old i ot-imers most thoughtful Once Dart'Of his life is an oflicial In the'a Inend of Oueon alivsyit.'ta writing table was always neatly ar- ranged.: ditl not possess her mother's passion for- music, she was fond of singing and" her voice, naturally sweet and sympathetic, improved in quality and strength under the; able tuit.ton "......-----D.....' _, transported io LIH; of Signor now Sir) Paulo losti. ,ttined thfll thc mmdel Uda ainnly the'-bi'cliQary thc had no .-.fancy, preferring and "The Convent Saered music always appealed to. her and she was fond of 'hearing' the organ'played and listening to the singing .of a wclKruined choir, Jnr: those days sport was not CK Hill lieu U1HI Uiu uiuiuei the'-br-diaary the .'micasa aml cutieated tin had preferring songs like IQ rcpaU ,Jer huEballd from it was pointed that her Rojal High IICKS could -not-interfere In such khort'ilier host of Kngjand entered upon he i queenli est vte better fiod to fill ih.t exalted Queen uoi bid i greater hold on the tfft'Ctions of the people Bj every in climp tliiottghoutithe Emuirey the same sentiments expect and Jpr ipitj ideals true patriotism stiong sense of dut> warm above all for her revjsreut n leligion fj mnchun. vogue for ladies as it is now: father 'looked iipoii case. "She is a Queen, able to -restore to UK im husband Can, not something be done toi hu ask ed the Princess, and 'something wr- better and more man's p'HBtiiAe; 'lie-did'not'consider 'it attractions of a wo: man." t "Accordingly' sport, was not en- coiiraged oil. tiie: feminine side at White .exception was made IB -regards' 'Princess 'May night often be seen about the neigh- jorhood driving the ponies given her by" the town of Hjchuibmi when she cajne of age. Bowls- was a popular game as a] than the inonej gift ueio the fortunate !ie' Princess AyHs "'and .whoevei- h -to play with crally found lde. In all things to be on the winning ___........ ihe her .brothers' .comrade and playmate, and whatever pleased them, was sure to please her., Helping a Nursemaid Her unconventipnality, too, was. as marked as her kindness .-It made no difference if In need of help was a stranger or not, the Duchess and her daughter invariably displayed the same kindly spirit. Chancing one day to he in Kew Park; .the'Princess noticed a nursemaid tryingBfto get a peramhula-; tor under a fJr_e. fencing in order to save herselfia long journey ro.unti: Af- ter several unsuccessful attempts the girl -was. ahont to abandon licr at- tc'mpts'-When the Duchess, going up tp her, said: "I think I can help you; if you will take the baby out my daugh- lerand I will push thc perambulator." The yo.ung woman was most grate.- ful.for the assistance, but remained in ignorance of the foust that it was the Duchess of Teck and Princess May who had rendered her the timely aid. Coolness and presence rof ihintl at critical-momenta have always char- acterized Before when staying in a hotel.with .her mother, a young .woman .forced hbrs'blf into'tho dining room, jUBt''.as ihe ladles were sitting down to dinner. Advancing quickly rarcls .them, -the woman a eateiijng "voice1, "Yon come along" with '-'.Many" young ladies would have been greatly agitated ;U so un- usual an occurrence'. Not so Princess May who remained seated until the woman was ejected-by the servants. And again: pome years afterward when staying at St.'Moritz, a fire broke out which threatened to overcome tho little vil- lage. With wonderful presence of mind the Duchess of Teck and Princ- ess May joined the roscne party, assist- ing them to carry oul things from the burning dwelling with their own hands. Next day they were the first to'go among the suffering from the fire, offering words of consolation and starting a subscription in their aid. During her travels abroad Queen .Mary was a great favorite and as pop- ,iilar as in England. In New Zealand fi.OOO Maoris paid homage to the Hoyn! vUitors: The characteristic address present- ed by thc chiefs concluded thus: "Hear, 0. hear, 0 Princess! From the 'far the earth, from the great seas of Kiwa, -you Imv6.' come see-thc lands and', If- is well; -Cor by so tiolng.you have drown" closer thft bonds of lovo which do knit all to- gether. Welcome and farewell! Fare- well, since you must, pass oii! It-is enough that we have seen. We wish you a safe return to our King and Queen from-whoso prescme you have Lfli__-. come to-'gfaddcn our-eyes iu! this most thy and compassion of the fui tho wife. Since''the accession people Have talk- ed much of Queen Maij iml i uciebt in-her nublfc- ind ift every day." Her Majesty take's great inten-st aau lets aom to tell of hor owiv. JAn amusing little story may here.'bo told of'the Princd, of Wales was f6.Ur years old -Jfe Ind beftn Jil lowed to come with his parents. After sitting at tin tn hie for a while h) silence, apyarontl; OUT TO RAISE A MILLION Toronto Ont Tulj million doers'for the missionary and educa- tiohal work-rof the; church -and a minimum stipend of for each mi istei is the aim of the terian General Assembly on csliraatoa and the gly ing Jhe miljlon dollars wes the faina-'le t unount lhat wotrid enable the cliuich to fulfil he, union ing-for something -to- brought i, he turned to mother and "Please ask footman) to bring some cold "Why do yon-want some roll a PI 7 -no ther inunired; To my hand aCter I -have eaten Tmj oiange 't was then discovered thai., the little j Prince's morning orange Jiacl. .been forgotten. Whon seven years of age. he-rcceiv ed his first deputitiou cons ting of. boys from1 the Dul e of School who presented lii.m with.an.album giv Ing the history 'of tho huiidvefUh. fin- iiiversary Of its With King'Ed ward his grandson was a.spe- the uoniicb mil the 'child would often have conversa- tion together. One day, replying to the question as to what lin had been reading he answered, "The story of Perkiu Warbeck, who protended to be of Royal descent, bnj, icnlh was born of -respectable parents. The an- swer much am.used King Edward ami he laughed heaitih One afternoon on board, cent the-Prince of Wales iwas given a toy sword bj Ihe officni1? must thHiik tho officeis foi the sift said his father who i the little present. ince mounted a "chair and made what may. be re garded .as his fust sneech 'Splitting clearly, and without any hesitation lie said, "I thank you for the beautiful sword, which I will always keep in remembrance of this da> Concluding the author says: Trier, whole life speaks- of kindly thoughts and kindly deeds; it affords her pleasure to give others pleasure. T ich v, ill he asked to asm me its slnie of tie 0110 million dollarg ind tiiat amount among the Piesbvteji uv mintsteis ijs lioundF Theie are to be no separate, cimi igno for lome or foielgn mis sions 01 any other department but in each piesbUery there will be ihoioiieh campaign a to leac-hing eveii congiegation in tlio interests of the complete work Of the Chui'ch: BRANDON IN NEED OF RAIN Brundoii. Man., July are legaiding crop conditions and declare the. drought is -doing much -damage''especially. ,to ciop-, on fill piounu Oils aie nuf fiom the heat Mil lers say rain is needed by the crops look fine. HEAT WAVE MODERATE Toronto. July intense heat wave departed yesterday morning. The thermometer stood 'at S6 thii morniU' t 'f The flics trnt arc in >our kitchen and dining room were probably feasting on some indcscnhihlc Hastiness less than an horn ago, and u t single fly often carries many thousands ot disease germs attached to its hairyv body, it is- the duty of housekeeper to assist in exterminating; this worst enemy of the human race WILSON'S .Kill flics in such immense quantities as cannot bi. approached bjr ;