Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKlllKKIIHiK JMILY HEKALl) CLARKE CO. KIM 453 New Golf Coats to Karly Arrivals in the New Fall Styles Just tho garments you most require for outing and t.lic cool resort, shown in a wide range of newest styles and at :-prices tlie.lowest we have ever quoted for such excellent qualities and nobby styles. A Uoaiitifiil Coal at Three-nuaner length in splendid weight; pure woo! coat shown in colors brown, fawn and Ian ?jid white. Splendid style and unusual value at the AND MISSES' COATS Shown In combination of grey and cardinal, cardinal r.nd navy, navy and cardinal and all white; special value LADIES' CLOSE FITTING SWEATERS 13.75 Made with military collar und buttoned down side, very pretty combination colorings and exceptional value at THE EXPAXSJOX KALE CONTINUES AJ1 Coats, Skirts and OreMes going lit Savihgi of ONE-THIRD TO ONE-HALF It's determined clearance of our entire stock and savings are of mch a. character that women who are economically inclined and have still such articles lo buy, cannot afford to miss these splendid sayings. FIRST NQRTtPST COUNCIL MEpt FORT LIVINGSTONE Movement to Erect Suitable Memorial to Mark Site of First Seat of Government in the Northwest suitable memorial to mark the fenced off- This fence was-construct- spol on which the first Northwest ed ol heavy logs high, making a tour j Council legislated the Territories j lout wall round the entire barracks, of Western comprising; and was built by Col. French and the provinces of Saskatchewan anclj'party. This site was considered one Alberta is being urged by a number of importance as ocoupyinjt a com- of the old-timers of the Northwest, raanding position'on the through The first Northwest council met at ol travel, and from the fact that it Old Fort Livingstone, more com-: was n repeating 'station on Uie .Vac- monk known as the Swan Riwr kcnr.ie government telegraph line. ho mounted police the site ol'population .in its palmiest da'vi ud i which wait located some three or four not nuiuljer ovrr eighty, including I miles from 1'elly, and which is lo be about 35 mounted policemen. T: e jiuie of Ihe new stations on the Thun-1 first detachment ol police looted derhill extension of the Canadian''there was in charge of Ihe late Col. i Northern road. Rev. E. H. William Herchmer, then inspector of j Anglican missionary of the Kamjark a wide territory and supplying Qu'- district, was the first to suggest, the i Shoal i.akc, and other idea Unit some memorial should he j points, other immibcrs of the force treated to mark of this, the j were Sub-Inspector Griesbach, now [first seat of government. Dr. Wal-ja resident ol. Vancouver'Island lacc and other leading men of the Inspector J. French, who Ur'.ied district are also interesting them-; in ISS5 the late Molnuv.ix St. selves in I he proposal. Dr. Cash.'John was high Sheriff'; Dr. Miller M. 1'-, for Mackenzie, and ..I. filled the position .of Dr. Johnstiin. M. P..P.; will be askeil acted as veterinary. SeniMiits, assist in securing the co-operation of jStalf-Scrgt. F. Norman, r-Vrjeant 'Knight, Sergt. H. Keenan, Scrgl. C. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA fur kukfasL" A atajr aUrted on Cowui'i a dny with a clear head and a (teady a day full of inap and life. Cocoa the body. It b rich in food ttff todiiwt. LAUDSLETHBRIDGE FROM THE PULPIT acting constables, -W. -ali- CROP PROSPECTS NEVER BETTER Winnipeg, Man., July and .special, crop rrports i'rora repre- sentative, points in the western prov- inces -indicate .exceptionally good harvest prospects everywhere bean falling in abundance and iit some points light hail has been reported The damage at one or set at ten ner cent ,but elsewhere no daniage resulted, The prospects for securing labor to J3vork in thu harvest fields are not-as Several Ihousand-more :fncti be required than ever to'.work in the'fields. is anticipated that the movement "to bring in labor from the Pacific coast will partially overcome the ex- local shortage. TO CONSIDER the Dominion and Saskatchewan crnn.ents in tbe movement. Swan River barracks was the tern- j ir.vr, .J. Wilson, nqw, of Shoal l.a'se porary seat of officialdom after Bat-, Oeorjc Borridnlc Scott, tleford had been selected as the offi- i now icdilor Times'; cial headquarters of territorial jov- j Constable Dodd; now nt Shoal Lake; eminent, hut it was at Swan River j Trumpeter B.. Burk stih-eonslnblcs, the first police headquarters j ,J. Sutherland, now of Crooked Late; were established owing to its posi-jJ. McDougall, deceased A. Stewart, lion on the direct line of telegraphic pensioned .lames Kcrr, deceased communication. Colonel James F. S.'J. Donaldson, now member for tlcLcod. commissioner'of the police Prince J. McDermott. rte- orce; Judge Richardson, stipendiary ceased W. Ramsey, W. Robertson, magistrate; Wm. Ryan, stipendiaryiW. HanniBn, J'riace Albert: magistrate, and Httn. David Laird, Sauhders, deceased M. Slavin, d governor of the Northwest, made H. Lewis, A. Hare. C. I the first Northwest Council meeting! Callaghcn. J. Laii'der, L. Brandoi at Snan Lake, Hon 4 F Olner, Richardson, H Vash recently appointed senator, first now of MacUod district S Hardei sccrttan to the council and the meet deceased H 1 ong, deceased in? held m the of 1S76 1 JMonat, Sub-Constable Prougna Col. McLeort, who was then located Arn-.orers-Sergt. Whitehouse. t Fort Maclend, made the trip to <_ol Steele the present DOC WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE i Itov. J.v.ii. (linn of JioiiiitjHoyul College, Calsufy, the pulpit of Wesley C'i irch mtenluy morning and t'venlng.' In the evening he took bin lost from SI. l.uke. the.twelfth chapter and tho seventh'vers.e, she brought forth'toer first bora, clothes and laid hlm In the" nmu- isor." The.preacher' wont on 'and lold of 'what a difference a new born 'Child mnkeg in the world to Its father end mother, In.the town In which It lives nml the school to which il BOOS, i in every OUQ which 11 IIIIB nnyUiIng to do wltlf The servant of God Ihen 'here-is'nb; limit to the Influence of n child, no it was born of humble parentaV and that there possibilities'for the child' lo rise to a.'iwsitfp'n'of power .ind In- fluence. -People say that-.l''icy think Jeans has turned tho. world -uaido down, (hc lMnk j that ho bur he has turiiml much brighter side up. lie also said that .lie. ihousht the world vas t-ct- tins. better each day. The world greatly inflii- enecd by Christ and 'a man thinks of Rod that ,mm is and what .1 iiiitlon thinks that nation Is, said ihe professor. "Jesus lli-ed a sinless Iif9 and while CIRCUS 100 ACTS IN 100 MINUTES M INCHES mx AND WONDERFUL AISO HERO OF BIGGEST ELEPHWTS SUPERB, SPECUCIILAR, BABY HIPPOPOTAMUS 40- SELLS FLOTO CLOWNS -40 FIGHTING THE FLAMES Gorgeous Street Parade i O'CLOCK EACH MOMim Seirt- Its Farmer 3nnj aU the 'ollca and ece "ifty-Cent Cir- us for 25 cents.' Dllly. hi hit... .1 nd p. m. taw 4 Due Everything is h'cing cleared away tlie various amendments will spcediiy t'arlh a11 In nowcr to nmke j Admitting of a Viait to tho Big _ J I hlcj i._i i.... ______ _ 'oors Open One Hpnr Karlier, be deult with and the Canadian reci- procity bill will soon be passed by the U..S Semite, is a report sent out from Washington. IShmirlnn 'j; i 6 I of the movement known as th, In the Host Main hrc-clccUon, Lon- therbobd 6f .Man." this world better and brighter. God Is a god of holiness and love. Jesus Christ laid down Ihe principle that "II men ore eciual and he was author Bro ZOO don. Haron lie Forest, withx In .closing, the preacher said fhn 68 voles, defeated Ernest Wild, I Jesus Christ made n difference In In whu obtained lernational affairs. If Earl Grey nm 1'resldent Taft signed' a treaty it is due lo God. At the close HeaBley paid Hncr Ma Fort Eknton, Mon-1 for mililari district No 10, teg 'imcntal scigeant at Rive down tlie Hed Rner to Wmnipeg, and I while the barracks' were being bml thfn b) dog train to the temporal) jdunng the icar 1871 The first tele sot of government Later sessions of grjpli station on the site of the bar NEW BANKER FOR CALGARY 2 (Special to The: Herald.) Calgmrj, Julj important in the managership of tlie Do- ralniou Bank is announced in ttlnnlpesr todaj Ralph Bearisto, man- at is promot ed ifce a Tucker who COAL STRIKE Important Meeting of the Board of Trade to be Held This Evening TTlere mill be a meeting of the Board of Trade this evening in St. Ausustln's Tvall, commencing at S 30 to consider the question of the coal strike. This Is a problem which Is affecting: tho business interests of every, rnun in, the city, and a full at- tendance desired at the, meeting. H will be a general meeting of the full board, and as the decision will t great deal to do with the fu ture puoMc action of the West'ahlr sanffiil! outfit was transported jits news pages Here dissected b) thei'council', we're' ncld.a't Rattlefori the permanent headquarters. opened iff VV H Monat one of tilt best kiftwn' operators 01 In regard to toe strike ever; member Be on hind to make the ing as. representatlre.as possible. MACLEOD NEWS BITS A CONSTANT.SOURCE OF PLEASURE Appealing to young old; always at vice. Bny a Victor at 11.00 lyeek. MASON -4 RISCH PIANO COMPANY lomlnlon Block. Phont 791 Mtcleod. Jul) R Main ac .couatant .jf-rjie of Commerce awe tnnsfarred to Tiller, AlU., to tlie maDager there. Tbe school exuninatlons wbic belli during, the iveeks, are non over and Inspec ton margin viho In Letbbridfe Most ihe caudidates "In bile Vfaclood du trlct oonQdent thmt thej i nitwlthstonding the fact lha the Macleod eefeool was greatly by tie umettled condition of' the'.'sohool; H M Stewart, man.jer at the Canadian Bank of Commerce Moose Sunda') In Mac lecid. fudge A. i. Carpenter, of Calgary U the weekend In Maclmd The harracls buildings built, the West Mr afterwards re about Hligi Mded in is in, tin land, now executive agent of the" C. Pacific Postal Telegraph service al N.R. having the contract. Thcjbuild- Ashland, Oregon: In days ings consisted of the the mail received fat the bar- house officers' mess lacks cicrj three neekif The hojrd ol tnde stores quarters, single peg Free Press onl.) men's quarters, married men quart- Western paper received, and it can lie crs ind seieral port-1 imdf-lned hou eagerh the contents o( the members of the force. Alter the aban- from Winnipeg to manufactiife the matcml tor the hnildiijgs The, main structures niflstlv trimc Tihilp the warehouses and stores, buildings were constructed' or logs. The site was at. the junction ol the Swan River and Snake Creek, where ol l donment of the telegraph line through the district the headquarters" of the force mored Shoal lake fierce forest fires in the earH suept almost all tile buildings on the historic side of Fort :our square 1 ivingstonc Free Press FIVE HUNORtO.ON THE JOB Winnipeg July of fire huldred rapldlr rebuilding the ezhlMMovi stands destroyed 1M< wwk. stands will be finished 11 time for the Thnnday. Frank Coffyn .ivrlth bin 25 power Wright bi-planc 'ar rlred today to get ready for exhlbl flights. Waterton Lakes Resort is now open under iminngcinentypf Jensen Bros., successors to W. 0, Lee. .New Hotel, Good fishing and Boating, Mountain Scenery. Automobile daily frojn Cardstoji. .For.information address Jensen Brothers Witeifwi MJlls P. O.. Alberta. DISASTER ON LAKESUPERIOR Many Lives Lost in po 1 lision Between Steamers Sault Ste Mam, Mich July 10 28 lives' vnre lost early today an Lake Super- tor when the attamer John Mitch- ell of the ElphieMe .ftttt of Chi- cage, sunk off Vermilion point in collision with the steamer Wil- liam H. Maekli. The latter it al partly aubmerged. 'ROPOSJTION TO STRIKE iuilding Operations tire Being Resumed in Vancouver Vancouver, B. ouncement was this mornjng that at a meeting of the.Independent contractor! rmterday a proposition was determined' upon .to be'preseni to.the unions negotiations .between the itnloni jnd the mailer builders association which Includes the blwett contract- on have occurred for and none likely lo oceur.- operations are .brine rwunwd ali ove the city today. PREMIER McBRIDE OUEST AT LMNCHEON London, At liuicb to Premier MqBrlde, V B G.'Vtoday Ueut Gen Sir Hon John Turner, Sir F Hon Lord Hlnel'iffe, y A Hlfilthe, ere also.jresent" The "vaatl opportunities (or investment in tlnf-' ber fisheriea to, the eirellwt qualitj lions ol acres of -valuable" (and all let to be tilled wfclch petted to produce 'crops m -ahunfianpe U though ths populaiion li not a million. British Colum leoond'larjest reVeaue1 vlnce and from Ve're.tha It haie hrjer !n British Columbia will termination to support oiie kingdom one flag, one Empire votes. W. .1. Moore, aged twenty-two, down Mary King, of Toronto, At tho olose of 'ho .sermon. Mi in her own boarding-house. Moore a glowing tribute to gave "had complni" as the cjusc of I Jhe Clh of Le'hbndgo bj Minis tint his rash act. ll the most beiutiful ut) that According to the Winnipeg Tribune ln tho Province. Its beau over fifty milljon dollars, will be ex- ahade trees "cl1 pended by the Armors of the West i lawns nlake so' in harvesting this season's crop. Despite the predictions of trouble the Hull OrarigDMen are determined! to demonstrate their rights'io parade In that'city on July 12. .Ifn rlor. is started It is likely to assume serious I proportions. Mentallj deranged as a result of i i Injurj iccehed in a bnseoill game some years Kenneth .Linn, a enlthy Chicago boy .twenty years .jld, left Cotuit Mass in an open don and is now believed to bmej A iilgh school of IS at BT been is the dorj has been I bhore Island hns married one round empty. I Of his'leachers, -aged thirty-five. WHEAT CROP FAILS IN DAKOTA COUNTY Dottineau, X. D., .Inly oats .and barley in the of this county are practically a'failure. Only the cron on now land will be Wrth cutting unless rain in .-..bun- dance comes shorth n.iT Is doing nlceU vet but hav will be short Sat. July 15 HAD BEEN, KILLED ,BV LjGHTNINS Wynyard, Sank.. July Ro- man Bbyko called this marnlng: for N'vpocvt Schubertowltz to him to Wjnvard ov bmlneu. found the latter was not working on 'Us farm Pruoeedlng to a temporary "bed adjoining th'e fa'rm "be fonnd SchnbertoBlt? killed <'bv_ lightning Tne accident must have occurred on June 30th for this man 'was seen working on his farm at this date. During the heavy. thunderstorm on that day, apparently he left hla plow- ing outfit to take shelter iii this shed and was down by lightning while A dog In the shed was also killed. TRADES Ar.D COUNCIL On TnursdT ihe nomination id election of officers take pi-ice at tho Ln-ior TH1I All dele- gnteu arc expected to be present.