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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MM MM Tfl ALL Windsor J Bay Alttrta 1Ee Lethbridge Herald f I. TkeDallu It KM nut MM tile interested lartics. F. J. of .the Farm Sc- cuntv Company, was out to Clares- lolm in hiK automobile and reports hat the crop was never belter. On an average it stands from 3fi to 4o nchE5-in height.-' I-Js also said that it rained all the..way Irom Clarcs- iiolm to Noble very.heavy and that- the spring wheat, is in head, as well as the winter. Mrs. Mrower, wife of Charles Brow- er, the tailor, a very seri- ous accident last evening. At about eleven o'clock she came down fronv their rooms in the Whitney-Block and FRUIT JARS and" RUBBER RiNGS Mason Pint Quart Improved Clem Pint Quart' V2-Gallon Quick, delivery. SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAIM BROS 3l5.Six1hSt Phone 356 vas walking down the hall on main ftoor, "going to the cellar get something, when she suddenly tell icad first to the cellar, a distance of about twelve feet. Some careless person had left the trap door open, ind the hall being dark, she, did not see where she >wns going. Her cries were heard by Mr. Seyertson, ol the W. Kerr Company, who Imnrndiate v ran to what was the trouble, ind wilhitlic assistance of a Friend look her up to her room 'I his morn- be was the Hos- pital in the ambulance, and Or. Mc- N'ally, the atlcndinR physiciiin, re- p.orts that.she is hurt internally, lie- sides a cash on 'her head. TWO MORE BEAUTIFUL Gold Ofeinn.- Harmony Vanishing Cream These are the masterpieces of the perfumers and chem- ists' art. There is, nothing' on market like Sole The JJ. f 101117 and Dlixnilni Cbemliti ud Par Telephone No. in Nltbt Bell on Froat Doer BUSINESS LOCALS Kot a dull moment at the-Eureka this week, comedy Old papers ior sale at Herald lice 172-0 Oh I Say Did joti sec Al's show labt night i Some for 15 cents Jiiit get the HureKa hahit and you will forgot all j-our troubles Call the Leihtmdge Messenger Service [or quick- message and bag. (age deliver; Office 327 Round St 110-0 Don't fail to sce'La Soita, that shick wire artist, at the Eureka this week. CITY AND DISTRICT The Provincial Government has a the road grading outfit busy .on the road to past the JSxperimental Farm, and will continue the past the new .gaoi. finished, this will be one of the in the vicinity of the city It would he well worth any per- son's timu to lake ,a drive out past the farm MI the crops and pints arc in beautiful condition on account of the tine season, and the- trees around the farm are show- ing" up better, this ear than ever hffore H warm weath- er continues it will not -lie very long hcforc some of tiic '.spring and winter wheat will he realty to cut. ClTi' AND DISTRICT On account of sonic trouble arising out of the fact that the contractors of tlie main hall at the fair grounds do not feel that they can give over tiio building on Friday night tor fear of fire, the dance which was to have been held there to mark the opening of-the "hall, has been postponed until such lime as the building, is com- plete and handed over to the society, j The executive of the society is very I sorry that their plans have miscar-i nod, but say that they can attach no j lame whatever to the contractors, who are only protecting themselves j business against any chance j of .loss through fire. Mr. Henderson', the senior partner if'W. A- Henderson and Company, lie well known chartered accountants of Winnipeg, and auditors for the city, arrived in the city on Saturday I ifte'rrioon' to make arrangements, for' opening.-a -branch'1 office .in? Lethbridge. j S. 'Gibson, a chartered accountant of Edinburgh, Scotland, wiH be in charge" of-their .western .work. Mr lias had a long experience in ircountnccy and auditing, in his na- where he was a partner in he firfn of.iUmter and Gibson. Qw- ng to the .growth in the city's, husi- less and the .-.necessity of, being in touch, with it, have ounil that instead of the quarterly I ha ie been waking, it was, eceisan to, hate a monthh audit, vhich will now be done. Offices have1 een secured; in the Dominion .Block, j nd "Mr-- Gibson may be found there j one who requires his bcrviccb SENATE THREW OUT AMENDMENTS Reciprocity Pact Passes Through Serious Stage at Washington Washington, July a lard debate the Canadian reciprocity 111 lias emerged from the Senate un- cathed. .The Cummins' and- Sim- ions' amendments were 'both defeat d by overwhelming majorities. The defeat of these, amendments clears the situation in the senate and leaves the1 reciprocity bill'much nearer Its flnil passage. The amendments aim- ed to Increase the number of manu- facturing articles that will be allow- ed from Canada to th'e United States tree AT 8TARLAND Lari'tj crowds were favored with an exceedingly attractive .'program at this theatre last evening. The bill was, one of the strongest that has been secured for some time. The fea- ture 'picture. "The Governor's Pard- on." is one: of the beet pictures ever shown on a motion; picture screen, one of those, touching dramas which is bound to bring tears and make you think of'home, sweet home. The comedies were a roar from start to finish, special mention being made of the number Pets." This picture "ill make >ou laugh for a week. R. E. Willis, the new Starland solo- ist, was in fine voice aiid 'received bit applause on'his number entitled 'If.I had the World to Give to You The program is complete in every sense of the word, and Is worthy of another large crowd tonight. TRAGEDY AT PETROLIA Pelrolia, Ont., July .Moore, a young man employed 'it a local wagon works, Saturday shot and instsjnij killed Mrs John King and fatally wounded her twelve-year- oid daughter, Florence.- Mrs. King, who keeps a boarding house, had re- fused to accept Moore as a boarder, as sJie'had turned him out some months ago. Moore entered the house ant) it supposed, enraged af being again refused, thpt the woman f.nd child. Summer House Dresses A splendid Tange of neat dresses in print mid iiopliyr, woll finished, in a variety 'of pat- terns, with low neek or nent linen col In r Summer Corsets .Light weight corsets, medium lengt'i Avilh lioso supporters. This corset is nn ex- coplionnlly fine corset for sutmneV wear, he- ing of light mesh material and pliable. Boys' Sailor Blouses Take your choice while opportunity affords you