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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1911. TUB LETHBHIPfjE QAILY HEBALD Do you need help for your harvest? Mi'c hooking orders for Harvest Hands, and if Dinners will kindly notify us as.soon as possihlo how inuny, inon they will need this will enable; us to nmkcsoiuu urniiigcincnl's for men to he h rough I; into Lellihi'idgc .'District, as the present, indications; go to show that-la- bor will bo scarce Phone your orders to 1412 oi'.w.rito us HARRIS OLSON Employment A Room -I, Beyin Illock, Lethbridg AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MONDAY, JULY 10th At 7 p.m. sharp At the Kennedy Block, Westminster Road, North Lethbridge, by W. L. Wiljon, Auctioneer Phone 1023 TO EXHIBIT AT LETHBRIDGE FAIR Raymond May Also be Represented at Dry Farming Congress (Special, to The Herald.) Itayiiiond, July Hoard Trade are to have a luncheon the Hotel on Wednesday next at J p.m. At this time Ihc matter ol Bending a delegate to the Dry Farm. Congress at Colorado Springs will discussed and probably someone named to go. Ways and means ol defraying expensos will also have to be considered. It is thought that per others besides the Hoard Trade delegate will also he in ul- .emlance at the Congress and slrong bid wili be made for Letb- bridge as ii place of meeting next year. (Raymond is to have an ex- hibit at Fair this year and plans for this will have to be considered at once as space alio't- nients in the main building are being made now. A. full attendance of all the members of'the Hoard of Trade is requested for Wednesday next, July mirat I p.m. The Installation of a lodge of the Independent Order of Oddfellows is to take place Wednesday of next week in the Hall occupied in the past by tho Canadian Order of Odd- 'ellows Dr. Weeks and others from Cardston and the 'Deputy rand 'Master will- 'attendance. THIS WEEK WAS IDEAL FOR All THE GRAINS (Continued from Front Pagt.) fFfTTRPIT VTf'TrU subject: UiiLliCll 121 mhle .biiUR 12. adult' HiDle i leader A. K. Dunlop. 3 p.m., Snnda Church Christ of Latter Day ischool. 7.30 p.m., subject, "A .Man Salnta-Sunday School 10.30 a.m. at lorowth." A hearty-welcome to all Knights of Pythias Hall, Fifth St. Pint Church of.Chrift Service will be Ihe usual place Kccond floor of the Royal. Bank build- ing. Subject, "Sacrament." Wcstminsler The attend any of these services. St. Raul's, First All se vices, held Nf the .home of Rev. I Grant, '318 Inlh street south. On S.u: flay v. Tilly there will be ISnglis services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Su nastor.l clay school 2.30 p.m. TIev. A. A. Lytlc. will preach at both Ichism class at '1.30 ami Bible studv a Sunday school 'class as usual at three o :i! Jiud JJibleJS p.m. Cottn Society Itojds it o'clock.5 monthly meeting TJiiirsda afternoon, July 13th, at the home o .Mrs. P. Woslyng, 539 1.4th St. soutl (Ernest street.) St. Cyprian's o Eiglitll Avenue and Eleventh St. So Services: Homing Prayer 11 a.m. ensongat 7.30 p.m. Sunday School am Adult Bililo Class at 3 p.m. Holy Bar. tism at 4 p.m. Holy. Communion Is and 3rd Sundays at S.30 o'clock. 2m ind 4tlr Sundays at service Knox Church of St. Andrews meet. htm; Rev. A. Clordon. Sunday ser- Tuesday ovcning In the vestrj lices II a.m. and 7.SI) p.m. Sumlliy clock. W. V. Mc.MiIlen, rector P-I.OOI at 10am.. I'iblo classes at 12 adaro8s SixU> SL Ail cordially welcome. Church 'of Christ (DliciDlei of at Kennedy's Hall 13i.li fitrect north, July nth. Hible study, 10.30. Breaking bread 1.1 n.m: St. Andrew's Church, North Lcth- Rev. W. Rryden, "M.A. Sunday services at. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 9.45 a.m. ISveryone hearlily 'welcome. Wesley at 11 a.m. end 7.30 p.m: will he conducted by Hev. John H. Reasley, B.A., B.D.. Dean of Mount, Royal College, Calgary. Sunday, school and Bible classes at 3 p.m. St. Mary's (Church of Corner of N'iven and iVnnion streets, Kortii Ward, iloly Communion 2nd Sunday. Matins II a.m. ;Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evensong, 7.30. Rev. C. H.' Pophani, 1500 Rachel- St. Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, North Sunday. Chil- dren will take part, in all the services. Sermons by the pastor, Kinnon, appropriate.-to aho 'occasion. Sunday and Bible class at 3 Ii.m. St. Augustin's Church of England- Corner Sth' St. end 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Matins 31 a.m. Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.m. Sunday school.3 Evensong .7.30 juri. Wednesday1 evening service at tiigtlt o'clock, f.'ev. .1. K. Murroll- Wrighl, rectory-.21S Slh St. south'. Firat Baptiit; W. A. Levitt, acting a.m., five- minute Eermonette -to children. Ser- ALBERTA M. P. IN_VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. Wil- liam Templeman, and Dr. Clark, M.P., Hed Deer, addressed crowded Liber- al meetniKs here tonight city. They answered the arguments put..forward by -Messrs., Cowan and Uoodeve for the Conservatives, the evening previous, and. Dr. Clarfc-en- tered n long disctisHion ot.freci irade -versus protection; contending j that ihe cithivnting of the spirit o internationalism would fbving -not. only an-increase of Internationa also .of international (busi ness. Mr. Templeman gate facts am llsnres to show that the country ti.is achieved great, growth under the ont policy of' the dominion yovorn development would greatly increased both in population The new lodge'is starting under fa- vorahle auspices and good hopes foi- ls success in Raymond are assured. Mrs. IS. J. Jas. Davics is visiting in UagraU! saying good-bye in prepar- ition for leaving; for Grassy Lake. Mrs. J. 'D. Hail, who has .been op- erated 'on by- Dr. so fa ecovereij as :-.tq, able! to go to ler'liorae 10 niiles" uortheast'of NeV '-f A daughter born to Mr. aiitt Mrs. Harry Jones on Wednesday ,6'f this week. H. Melvin, secretary of the Can- adian Birkbeck Jnvestment Co., of Toronto, Can., was in town today and while here appointed R. Gillies local agent of the firm. From here he went to Cardston where the company have a> representative. .Air. T. O. King are ill with'typhoid .'fever. Dr .Keil- lor is in attendance. The regular meeting of the Board of Trade will be held on the 3rd Md'ri- day in July in the Town office. full aUendance is'requested and fiir- notice will be given later. W. I. Gray, contractor, of Minne- appMs, who installed in Itaymond, nttended the Council few were in that Htugo u ujfo. Tlio heads show tine growth, and unless some coinys alonjj, Hi whual will produce a htimpe yield all ove.r the dlatriet. almost ready to hcaii and during tjio-comiiiK week, if the warm wcallier continues, this slagf will bu-general. and Kprltife wheat will-vbe about Iho averajjo lentflh, butaiie yield for the amouni of straw will bo greater than Is usf will be held.' Mrs. Gray, of station age: Jray, of Raymond, is improving liic y and will be around in a few day Hodden Murray and Miss. Kess'le f New Dayton, are visitors to ;Rn lond today. Anyone in the district- who has ai Ifa is cutting and saving if. jh eccnt heavy rains have inade it ilemlid crop and good prospects, fo bumper second crop are assurer Dr. Wray has moved his office froi le Security Investment building .t le house west of the Opera House r. Wray may DO reacherl there b lone any hour of the-day.or niglii The smallpov scare is over in Ra> inond. The men in quarantine out side of town been released am have gone home. No further dangci ia possible. MACLEOD NEWS Haclcoil, July Wm. -and Chas. Uingdnn Iravp tonight forHridgcburg, Out., to join Uieiu. Kcnnctii I.nngdon, A., who left Macleo'd Uvo months ago to practice law (he pa.sleru town. !l. !i. Main, jiccounf.iint. of the Cau- ndian Hank nf (.'oninierce, 1ms hcen tL.iliSfd is Tlllpy, Alia, to re- lieve Hie m.in.ipcr al that branch for l rnoiiHi, He will he succeeded here iv K. K. W. Rhodes. K. Dohcrcr is .regular lacrillcc sale, F. Almslcad haying of HIP sale. Tiip Macloiiil KcIioolTnistMs arc in comniiinicalion with 51r. W. Uoboson, nmv of C'arlicrry, Man., -ivilli regard lo Ihc vacant ]iriiicipalship of the I I'uhlic sclniol. an early start next year. "The :engineeriiig department is busy these days preparing the levels for the contractors. -There are two parties-out now, and a third one will be put on next week; By the time Mr. Blanchard arrives, will bo in. full swing." TELEGRAPHIC PRIEFS An old Roman aqueduct at'Serril le, is to be put out of commission The picturesque acjue'dcut is suppos ed to .be 2.000 years of age. Lieut.-Col. Smart is slated as His next Conservative, candidate to op- pose Hon. Sidney Fisher in Brome county, Quebec. Incorporation has. been granted to the "Overland Auto Company, nf Can- ada, with a, capital of and head office at Kegina. A irown, WRECK ON THE'C. N. R. Hosthcrn, Mnly Passpnger train No. 27 .Northbound, due hero at wrecked six miles north of Rosthern today. The tender, baggnge coach ;imi sleeper were derailed. Xobody wna hurt. The wreck should he cleared tonight, LACK OF EXERCISE Briifs on Trtables which are lest torrede-i by AT. Morse's lutflu Ifti nils Man was in- tended to live an active, outdoor iife, and his digestive system was model- id accordingly. Indoor work with sands or lours sitting or landing still, es- >ecia'lly in air none too good, low down the lealthy activities of tomach, liver, idncyi and the millions of tiny skin lands. Constipation, headaches, indigestion, iousncfs, rheumatism ind similar ouhles follow. Then the worth of that good old eliable family medicine, Dr. vdian Root Pith, is a ppreciated. 'hough it has been in use for over half century, modern science has not been le to devise a safer or better cleanser for the whole system, Dr. Monc'i Indiiw Moot fJHi are largely vegetable in compoiition, free from any harmful drug, and mild most effective in their action. They are "Mother's standby" in hundreds of homes because they m'p in the bud so niiiny of the common ailments. Madesince If. Comitoclc Co., Limited, Om., and K'ld everywhere at 2jc. i boi. GOODBY HOBBLE; EDICTJRAILORS Official Committee on Styles Hard at Work in Secret in New York New Vprlf, ,luly hai her- star chamber 'and Venice it inlfehty council of (en, .but what wen these in comparison with the secre conclave or on styles of the Ladies' Tailors' association now in session in New-York City? While the American woman flir at the seaside or frivols in the mou tains, the shapes Iiei Tailored suit is hard at work'at 3tii 'Fifth Avenue. The general deliberations of .the congress or GOO tailors from all over the United States endeiKlast Satur- day. But the committee'on styles is still hard at work and from ..the mystery Uiat broods over die. secret sessions Important decrees will be hatched Knell of'the Hobble Sounded The ihobble is dead. ,The skirt of your autumn tailored suit, will be from 2'to 2 1-4-vnrds around. It will clear the ground 'three five as last year. will be no pleats. The coat will, he longer, covering tile hips, it will be tightfitting, but cut in the general style of the sejni- fitiing garment, with only five seams t will have a wide, soft collar. H will 'be blue color, and .will be trimmed wit! 'Egyptian sort of uneven brown as .lames U. Ulaine presllent of the Ladies' Tailors' As sociation, explained. "The committee on stylos" salt Mr. Blaine, "is-getting ready some fall suggestions. "I. don't' want to sa; as the .newspapers so of ten do. "The 'American Inilor can suggest It is for the American woman to adopt or. reject. 'But it'is to be hoped WILL ASQUffH COMPROMISE? In Order to Get Veto Bill Through House of Lords London, July of a compro- mise on the constitutional question is I'illing the air toilay." The tniion- ist newspapers at trie 'eleventh hoi tli.it the King has m ternutne but to 'create sufficient peers to carry the veto: if (he so recommends 'and say Iheiefoie Unit the House of'Lords will cqmnnt political suicide if It com pels the government'to- take that course Hence wilh a view to h.u- ng the Lords face about, they point o the fact that Viscount Morley in he recent debate in the House of showed a disposition to look avorably on RII amendment Loid Vewjon proposed on the report: stage f the'measure which provides that o bill for the. furlher limitation of lie legislative poweis of the Hoime Morocco f Lords shall bo Intioduced until af er anothei general election The nionists aie now inclined to leg.ird n iinilertdliing on Ihejurt of the WANTS FRANCE TO SPEAK UP FIRST Berlin, July has bwn no intimidation of what Germany V pre- lentioris will he in the eventual bar- gaining between the powers over Moiocco. Officials here adhere to view (bat Prance should firit state her intentions. Thete is sonic reason lo believe ac- coulmg to a well informed and friend- 1) diplom.lt that tlic ultimate basis of negotiations will concern Ger- nunv's participation in lilllroad and industrial concessions m Morocco and the extension of tile railroad, uhile in anli-Clerman "diplo- matic ciiclpj, the opinion is cd that Germany first will try to gam a position in South Morocco and fall hack upon a demand for railroad concessions if. slid should fail therein The brunt of operations in the, first loition, would, it is believed, rest with Great Britain, since France is concetncd over Germany gaining i foothold on the Atlantis Coast ol she wil sooner or later that the American tailor knows her rinirements and her figure far tjolter than any tailor, in London or Paris can know them. American Figure Nearst lues! "Paris tailors and..dressmakers de- signs for continental: in KiVope. there is.'stil! a tinsc 'of.orient- al vulgarity. (6 the feminine ideal. Only the Knssian woman of the high- est .class approaches the perfection, the ideality of Ihe American .woman's "Krcnch women {ire slighf'er and less evenly 'developed than American ,women. It is possible for them to 'wear a hobble skirt without looking The American woman cannot do this. She Is .loo well de- veloped. Her hips are too pronounc- ed and her stride is too long and tree for the hobbled 'effect. "We are going io try to induce our patrons to wear longer nklrta, A well developed woman In a school girl skirt is a overnmcnt ,is ,in acceptable rompio- ise and if Premier Asciuith should iecide to accept Lord Newton's amendment, it is understood the House of Lords will adopt the mo bill The meeting at Portage La Prairio concluded Mi Borden's ipcech-ipaking tour OVER TWENTY WERE DROWNED Surf, Cal Jtllv or more passengers ami many mciuhcrs of tlm crew of the wrecked steamer of the Pacific S. S. line were, drowned tin's afternoon in the surf while trying to escape from that 'esscl, wliicli stranded near Point six miles south of here, icforc dawn toilav In (wo lifeboats they left the ship, lunged, into the surf and.in a moni- nt floundering in the water, 'he lives of some wcrp pounded out gainst Ihe rocks, .while others sank i the bottom. Several bodies were ashed ashore. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS It Is stated Sir Thomas'Shaugh- nessey will receive degree of Dr..of Common Law from the Dublin Un'l versily Kor an Immoral offence, Geo. Mur- phy was sentenced at Siimmerslde, P. B. f., to twelve years in prison, with 2K lashes. The Conservatives of Prnisla reported an being up In arms igalnst a certain action of tho deputies of Ihe Reichstag. One paper declares that the -movement it really direct- ed the Emperor himself. Imperfect Kidney Actiei Caniei Rheumatism Rheumatism with its kindred ailments Wry Neuralgia, usually results from lodgment! of une acid in the joints and muscles Now the chief function of the Itidmys ii to properly filter this poison from blood Only when they tail to do toil ii Rheumatism probable. Kidney itarti jn varioul ways A sudden chill, after penpirinc freely, sometimes settles in the kidnen or an unusual strain may cause it Poisons which should-be filtered out of the system are pumped back into blood, causing Uric Acid, the real canst of Lumbago, Wty'Neck. Neuralgia, etc. In the earty Stone Root Compound will stop it. Will start your, kidneys working prep, erly so that the Unc Acid is reabsorbed and eliminated. Away goes your Rhenmathm with ft. Perhaps thest early waining pasvd unheeded, and your Rheu- matism has become deep seated. Muscle) all snarled up in knots as il Wleumitic Ask your own drujpjt about tbeit fmedies. His opinion is worth while. ami guaranteed by AttEMTA DRUG BOOK CO. 4. D. MIGINBOTHAM A CO. JACK40N A COPE W. P. J. ALCXANOEH LETHtRIDOE ;