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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Friday, July Money Well Spent! Is the exclamation of tlie good people of LetKbridge after making a pur- chase at the hardware store of W We carry a complete line of Hard- ware supplies, and our prices are within the reach of all Phone 761 310 Round Street FAIR BUILDING NEARLY FINISHED notion Lender are receiving con- BratuUUons from ovory hand theno days for tho excellent progress Ihoy PORT ARTHUR'S BIG CONCERN Port Arthur, Ont., July city council announced today. an agree- ment w.ith the Canadian Storage Cor- poratlon Ltd. whereby (he latter bnvo made on Uio main hull at the Btonlso ware- exhibition Strangers com- j nomse waters. The ing into tho city all remark on Its docks will bc eight hundred foot Ions iino and there Is no land warehouses, concrete buildings doiibt that H will bu tho-best cxlil- isovou stories In lioiKbt, will, bo'built hltlou huildlng botwcon Winnipeg and fostlijE J40U.OOO Vancouver. .Mr. llotsou said nonlimi'hlK fifteen acres'waterfront morning that Iho building would bo the ceiitru of tho cit.v. The prill- pnyclieally finished fiext veek so slockboldors arc unnamed bill that there will be plenty of time for the society to got it In good shape before the Fair opens. The footings for the. Brand stand 'arc known to 1m connected with var ious transportation companies. Hate- payers voted today on 19 bylaws In- voivlni; Cor, various nuiuiclp- hl Improventcnls. walks, roads, pave- arc all in and Smith Bros, and extension of lolephoiio, lights, son have the lumber on the ground jwnter mains and street railway. All to rush the structure to completion, [were carried. The liet Included tho Tile work on the entrance gate and guarantee of bonds for the Jlctlac outbuildings 'is also being pushed j Hardwood faelory and the McArlhur along so that there is lilt le.ir that all building for the opening of the Fair on An Siist 22. Hardwood factory and the iMcArlniir lll-lf. c-use to "lalch The only olio dofoai- liUo cause was 6Cconll tcll vears1 ox-1 will bo from taxation of the Pigeon A GRAND CHANGE Tho vaudeville artists that have Seen drawing big houses at the Eu- reka each nlaht this week were seen last nlghl. !u an entire change that nuke met the expectation of the pat- rons. GI'moro and Le Moyue In a pretty refined sketch, "A Misundc-r- Mand'iss" in which Hiss Le Moyne is exceedingly clever, received an outburst of applause. Mr. Perry in character changes also proves him- Eelf a box office'winner. The first part of'the week the trio were play- Ing '.'Pug, the.Mop and both old and young enjoyed one of the test .comedies ever presented in Lcthiridge. "Pug the Mop will he presented again Saturday af- ternoon for the women and child- ren, and in the evening for the last time. Pug has created more laughs comedy ever before in the city. In addition to this there will tie another big specialty and 2.000 .feet of beautiful, moving pictures. Come early. LIBERALS HOLD THE SEAT London, July live-election for the Tradesen division of Glasgow held yesterday resulted in the return of White, Liberal, by votes to for Watts. Unionist At the recent general election Corbott, Lib- eral received I.S11 votes to the 0 fhis Unionist opponent, .Main. Lit-, tie interest was taken in the election. London, July strike situa- Paris, July lion improved today but the all day whose racina'name is Beaumont, won conference at Manchester under .the the one thousand mile international Jnitspiees of the board of .trade .failed circuit aviation race which ended to-'to reach a settlement. There were dav at the aviation field at Vlncen-'jno new disorders, however, either at nes. As ho had already won the Paris Snnford and it is hop- to ilorne contest Conneau brings add-Jed that, the resumption of the con- ed slory to the French uavy'of [ference will lead to au acceptable ar- be is an officer. Garres was second i rangemont. anil Vidare third. Of the fifty aoro-1 Glasgow, July dockers are pianists, ivho started June tSth. nine resuming work at slightly increased- reached the final goal. Two of At Snnderland the strike of racers, Lemartln and Landron. were; the dockers has been settled, the killed on the opening day. besides Cap-j masters consenting to an all round tain Princetau. who has been detailed i advance. 'Conditions at Southamp BIG JUMP IN ELECTRICS Toronto, Out., July Electric and Toronto Railway attract- ed ''interest on the local market tliiF- morning because of announcements which may follow Sir William Mac- kenzie's return... home. Winnipeg Street Railway this morning jumped fi 34 to -ilj with more offered at -'T f End wanted-.at 235. i ISSUE'CANADIAN RAILWAY BONDS London July 7 Bank of 'Montreal is issuing ;bonds of the Al- goma Western railway bearing five. per cent, interest, -'being first mort- gage at fifty years, the principle and interest, guarantee with the Lake Superior Corporation. The issue price is 93. It is simply impossible for this space-saving IDEAL Folding Bed to close accidentally. It is self-balancing in any position. Works with springs, not weights, and is so light and per- fectly balanced that a child can operate it. All metal vermin-proof. No parts to work loose, wear out or break. Bedding kept in perfect order, always open to air. Canopy permits artistic, ot closed it is a handsome piece of furniture. Be sure and ask for the IDEAL Folding Bed, and see that it bears our trade mark. Ask for name of dealer nearest you. Write for Free Folder No. F140 IDEAL BEDDING C FRENCH OFFICER WON BIG RACE __ __ Lumber Co. DOCKERS' STRIKE NOT SO SERIOUS work out certain problems in connoisance in connection w-ith the race, several other.s received injuries from falls. The course took the air-, men through four.countries from Par- is across Belgium-aud Holland, over the English channel to London and return. Prizes aggregating one him-: dred thousand dollars were awarded. ton are again normal. DISTRICT NEWS World News Fresh From The Ticker The Dominion Trust Co. will erect a live-storey block at Rcgina. j The Anglican Cathedral at Frcdcr-' iclou N.'B., was struck by lightning" CHAMPION NEWS Champion, July town .cele-I .bration was held on Tuesday, .luly j Uth. Detail's will bc sent later. Our neighbors at Thigh Hill held) Dominion Day celebration, and had a good time. Our hall..team went up' [and lost-to Vulcan by .one score. All ['report a pleasant time. A pretty wedding was solemnized- :in Champion Methodist church, on j .Iiinc 28. The contract- Special forjpriday and Saturday at the International Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor Preserving Creston Strawberries, case Creston Strawberries, per basket.......15c Fancy Binjj Cherries, per lb......25 and 30e Raspberries, per Extra Fancy Teaches25e Hi or, dozen.... .50c liaiiiinas, per Oranges, per dozen! 30 and 50c Lcmbiis. per dozen 45c Apricots, per poiind 20c Plums, .per pound 20c .Tomatoes, 25c lb., 2 pounds Jor Extra Long Ciicinnbers, eacli Cantaloupes, each .'Water-melon, Per pound; Grape Fruit, 3 for. Radishes, fi for Fresh Miishroqiijii, per pound Fresh Home-made Candy ICECREAM The Best In The City 30c 13 and 20c 25c 25c 25c Private Booths For Ladies ing parlies were Robert John Fergu- son, of -and Miss" Ethel j The ol-j wcck tu Attend the Calgary cxlli IUIUH, U-, r nciating minister was Rev. P. II.. yesterday and practically destroyed. Carmangay. The happy cou- fapfc. 'Scott, Hie' daring [ol- groom's ranch, where explorer of England, is prepar- will leside ing another expedition to the south- __ special Dominion night at the rcSi0nS' EpWOrl" The numerous iriends of Mrs. Smith '.The House of Lords in the British -j last: A well pituotii. pro A (Q of ihal j parliament will vote on the money gram wa, earned out I? M bherk, hill-on .luly 18th. It is thought that gave ei paper on Co-moderation, and j Misses Ethel and Mabel Hains-u I have gone tri Coutts to spend the iholidavs with their parents at that MONTREAL -TORONTO WINNIPEG lO. LIMITED 29 closed with the Nitioml School is out at Forward and vaca- tion is on until Aug. 1. A meeting of the, ratepayers ARTHUR HAYR ASSIGNEE Ltthbridge, Alberta others read bearing on the subject. interesting gleanings crn The meeting! Hurln Forward school district held list, nection Saturda. trustees -weic to be iho hill will pass. According -to the .figures just pub- lished by the olliciais of the Canadian Pacific. Railway, men will he required to harvest the great crop of the west this fall. A bottle of brandy has been added to the collection of antiquities at Yale University, which is believed to 115 years 'old. It was discovered in the debris of an old chapel which was being torn down. Brandon is having great trouble in completing her census returns. Spe- cial efforts arc being made by Census Enumerator llawdcn, who has charge of the work, to get everyone on the list. Senator Vortices; oi Ohio, assailed President Tail, in the Senate Cham- ber because of the chief executive's [movements ia relation to the recipro- 11 city agreement. The Ohio senator j questioned the President's right. I Tim next convention of the fire chiefs will he held in Saskatoon. The, [new officers are President, J..- K. Mem'ovc vice-president, Chief Heath, Saslatoon secretary-treasurer, Chief Wiseman, Brandon, re-elected. .MO____.............. r A new type of battle ship, which the. best in the pro- supersede the Dreadnoughts, has vjnc_. [been designed by Sir Phillip Watts, The crop here -is now assured. C. S. admiralty director ot naval Xohle says he never saw better pros- lion of Great Britain. It is that the new battleships will make __ number of the pupils of Noble a speed of from 31 to 30 knots. school spent las! week in Lethbridgc, Prince William Hiron, son of sj_ frtr the High school cxamina- Krncsl .lohn, the great Russian statesman, who rose from the ranks Dominjon Day passed off very and amassed a vast fortune, put of the people from here went end lo his life in a remote Prussian (0 lm, Lake sports, village, because of his poverty. -jiunt is building a new post i Miss Margaret Ingcrsoll, cashier in the south side of King St., an Atlanta, On., restaurant, was made acquainled with the fact llinfci A ;cw Americans went down lo the illness the past two days the wea- at ther here has been warmer than any previous time this summer, The Hav Growers, -Ltd., have open- ed a lumber yard with office in con elected, hut two of :thc former tees were prevailed .upon to remain in office. Ihc trustee's ue 7en Charles Mclenn ind Pianl' I Srilh We learn tint i new geil's luinish ing store is tQ locito here Let cm all come. Agar Biilci of fiinnngTi has opencii it bruch rctl cstite office here. There was a good crowd onfc on Sunday to head the ,1'atriofis Sermon preached. The pastor .preachuir on "Righteousness and The Christian church is planning to hold a series of cr.mp meetings here, starting on Sunday, July 30.' _ Noble, July 5. The Davis anil'Bur- nett Coal mine is supplying a number of steam rigs also this town and district, with coai.' This mine proim CHINA ESTABLISHES MERCHANT MARINE San Francisco, Cal., July The report that China is considering the est ibjisliment of a merLhant marine b} subsidising ousels belonging to the Dollar sieameY Co was con- firmed., by Stanley. Dollar. Ne- gotntions aie under w i> he said, by which', four of; the Dollar steam- ers are-.to fly the. Chinese flag and be .manned entirely by Chinese. These vessels are the Hubert Dollar, now being complete.d at Glasgow, the II; S. Dollar, I be Hazel C. Dol- lar and the Bessie Dollar already iii service. BRUCE COUNTY MAN KILLED .Nelson. Ii. C., -July Mont- gomery was instantly killed yester- day morning at.Horseman's Camp at Shookiimehnick by being struck by a falling log He u-is "0 old- and his parents reside lit TivcrtOB, Bruce County, Ontario. Monarch to spend the -Ith she was. heiress loa fortune cslimaU 'cd at1 SI, 000, 000. It was left her hyj0[ the girl's father, who made his for- tune 'in Ihe test. j PINCHER CREEK (irave fears are being e.nterlainpd in Pincher t-'rcek, July The Ameri- rezarrt lo Hie 12ih o! .July cclchra- cans 'residing north of the Old Man tion in various eastern Canada cities, i river held a picnic on July 'llh. and In Mull, it is said, serious trouble I h) all accounts il was a most ivill probably 'result as the Calho-iablc nfTnlr lies compose four-fifths of Ihn Miss II. F. Ormond, ol Winnipeg, is population. The Orangemen i 'on a two months' visit to relatives arft laying plans to act if 'trouble en- in town I Otcr jteoplc left here during ;