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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -'nrtay, Ttily 11, 1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 4 THE FOOT TOGGERY Summer Wear Specials for Saturday Women's Oxfords and Pumps Men s $5.00 Oxfords Special - $2.9S Special Men*s Grey Canvas Bal. $2.6S and Oxford, leather sole Special - $1.3S Children's Sandals White Canvas Slippers ; Brown Canvas Strap | Slippers I Special - 9Sc 5 Boys' Grey Canvas bals. Special AUmiA'S NAVAL POUCY DimSE (HOME GOVERNMENT DOES NOT KNOW ATTITUDE OF THE NEW ANTIPODEAN CABINET $1.20 W. J. NELSON & CO. Third Ave. South Sherlock Building London, July 10.-[ti tlie house, of commons today Colonia) Secretary Haaourt, replying to (jucried in that regard, said : "I undorstand that the late government ot AustraUa ap-provod the principles of Admiral Henderson's scheme of naval deierce, and proposed to carry it out. 1 have no information," Mr. Harciiurt added, "concerning the views oi the present government." Tho .scheme recommeiided by Ad-n>iral Henderson, conteniplited tlie ultimate creation of a (lect oi eight armoured cruisers, ten protected cruisers, 18 destroyers anti 12 submarines, the total period of constructing extending over 22 year*. When fully manned, this fleet would require a personnel of 31,i�5 officers I and men. The annual cost of main-' tainance when the scheme was com-I pleted -would be $3,226,000 for the [personnel of the fleet and $1 1,326,000 jior the niaintainauce. The .\ustralian j vessels at present in commission have been especially undertaken under the scheme. There is a big construction program in Australia in accordance with the agreement arrived at during the imperial military and naval con--ferencn in 1909, including one second class cruiser, and three destroyers, none of which have so far been completed. PHOTOGRAPH OP SCENE OF FATAL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT. MLPAIS FIRES s FIVE SOLDIERS BURNED--HAMLETS WIPED OUT-NAVAL MAN REFUSED TO ASSIST :�3 1 his picture shows the hiture of the place n�ar Bronte where Mrs. Harris of Hamilton was killed. The arrow Indicates whei*e the motor backed over the embankment, , IS WAS REA[ SOCIETY LADY GWENTH PONSPNBY BECAME- WiF-E OF THE HON. WENTftA-M BARtNG London, July \1. - The marriuge took place yesterday at St. James, plcadllly, of Lady Ghrenth Poasonby, i-oungest daughter of tlie Earl and bountcsB of Bessbocough, and the Hon. Wliihajii Barind, second son of Ihe BftBl ^ Crombr. The primate ad (ill Ireland ooi)4ucted t(he services, as- THE PERFECT SHOE forSUMMERSPORTS "l FOR EVERYBODY Made In Smart Styliea, Suitabia For Every Outdoor Occasion YOUR DIjALBR HAS THEM You Micht Au. A letter or postal will bring jiou free of charge ocr self-measuring chart, fashion plate and samples. Write today. 404, 5th St. South, Lethbridge Phone 1858 m NO NEWS OF M CALGARY SCANDAL NVESTIGATION OF LANDS TITLE OFFICE SHORTAGE IS PROCEEDING VERY SECRETLY Will kill every fly in i^our house or store. All you have to do is to get theflies to the Pads. Directions in each packet show how to do this. , m OF FREIGHT -- Ottawa, July 11.-A circular has been issued by tht railway commission in furtliei' refe-enue to the mat-tor of limiting the height of Canadian freight cars to 13 feet, six inches. This, which wou^d be a great ad^ vantage in reducing the cost of-subways and the like wh,ioh now have to be built to provide far the highest freiiglit cars used, wg OrOv�HK5Ht�eJ ;*TOV0N vJMTif VOLE.AREO. \ \ FRAME. HOU&ES WHICM WBRf=. ;C�(�iSTlANSoWS � ^ pfARM HOUSE-WHICH WAS PE1T�oyeD �  , w^THrRD sr.. T.�-N.O STATIC M IN DAHC.ER- Cochrane was not seriously damaged by recent conflagation. Mayor S. Carter explains the location of the streets ahowina how the flr� started at least a mile from the P. and O. station, from which it was separated by a cleared area. states. Another special train from Washington and- Oregan, which will start at Spoka'ne, will pick up most of the western Alberta and British Columbia delegates to the Congress. The railroads of the United States are pro-paring to haul 50,000 people to the eighth International Dry Farming Congress and Exposition in Tulsa, while the Congress officials are predicting a much greater attendance than, that. SCHOONERS IN COLLISION Charlottetown, P.B.I., July, 9.-This morning the Black Diamond liner Ca-' couna, from Sydney to Chatham, N.B., with a cargo of coal, ran down the schooner, Sarah A. Townaend, from Chatham to Charlottetown, with lumber. The blow demolished the schoon-er's bow and knocked the captain off' the bridge. The captain and crew of the schooner were compelled to abandon her, and went oa board the C�-oouna. 1252 for FINE JOB PRINTING Having added several new type faces and several styles of superior quality stock to our eauipment, we are in a better position than ever to serve you. Wo ask for the opportunity to show you the grade of w�rk we can produce.  ; The Herald Job Dept. A. E, Smith Supt 21 ;