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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta July THE LETHBRrnOE DAILY HERALD MOMtMKIaai MMMN Uihtw, better flavored and a bread, and nor8 the than any other flour. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR to mude from the choicest wheat from the moat select In Savkatchewan. A rooney-bacR guarantee, in every ROBIN HOOD FLOUR TO MOOSE INVESTED AS PRINCE OF WALES (Continued from Front Pagft.) has laid. Upon this platform-is dias, cover- with a bwutiful, Persian carpet o deslfn. Above the dais is green and white striped canons front decoraUd by the Tloya mi. Under this canopy be two ancient chairs, used for centuries pas us seals for hundreds of .England's eovenlgns, who invested heir apparent as Prince of Wales Up on these the King and Queon will tnke their seats, and send for the Prince, itlll also arrive in proeeaslon Then the ceremon> of entiture will Ibegln Three-Hundred Years Old The investiture- chosen foi the present Piince of Wales It all out three hundred years old, and smacks of; the Stuart, 'rather than the PlanUgenet regime According to this ceremonial, the Prince, upon ar before his Hoyal parents, will make three times, and alien the .third time, when he has come to'the King, he will kneel down upon, a rich pillow while his let' tern patent are read Then tjhe King, reading the words of investment, will puuthc robes upon him, gind on his and invest him with xod and ring, and set the cap and coronet of office upoii his bead., After tJhie, the le'tt'ers' patent will be again and delivered to Ihe who, in turn, will hand the Prince, antfd fan- fare of drums and trumpets After this a religious ceremony will be con- ducted by the of Baqgor and a representative minister of the Nonconformist churches Xhe King and Queen will then proceed io Queen. Eleanor's and there present the Prince to the people This win be the culminating point of the ceremony After the Prince's presentation, the Hoyal household, together with the long list of, England's nobility attend the ceremony, will attend a naval review in Carnarvon Qay, which, eicept tor the absence of the foreign battleships, will be (fully as impressive as the Rojal review at Bpithead warships wfll act ae an escort to the Royal yacht ,on. whlea the Queen will likely aUy at end. FARMERS IN THE NORTH HAPPY (Continued from Front Page.) two cues is rfpentng perceptibly. Mrs, expects to com'menco cutting in ten days, others following, soon after. Sunditl This section .of the community heavy on oatB, a targe r pcrcenlafe of oats being; found here than 'elsewhere Spring.and fail wheat are .both con- siderably in advance of most communi ties Hna cutting "will be general in less, than two weeks. (The. grain is veil headed out and good IcngUi and will be a heavy yield. Iron Springs This section of country ,'was gener- ally conceded a'month .ago to been the' growth through recent rains that no further doubt ex- ets fbut that Iron Springs will do its share to raise The wheat is alreadyx well .'headed out and will be a good crop. Diamond City This is another community that Wwen nor 16-year-old son ar Tested lor horse-stealing, Horn ing, a Woodburn farmer, drank carbolic acid and mavt d'e has been visited :by-. the .cut worm, hough not generally as. .ayin Klpp and possibly ono or two other sections Out of a total acreage of 178.acres Coal acres were destroyed, while some others were affected to a more ir less extent. Some' very itands of iboth fall and spring wheat are be seen here, among, which ould -be Banker Morrison. J A Curne and W II Mc- Iror 25 to 30 bushels to the acre is conceded to be a fair average ifire. .The 100-acre patch, of the.Dia- mond Gonl Co. was replanted'.-to oats bout ten days and. is already our or five inches in" height, and does ot appear to ill effects of he cut worm. Monarch The elevator capacitj at this point will be inadequate to handle the crop that will be hauled heie It Is conservatively estimated, that fully half a million bushels of wheat uili the sield three elevators j ion after the third seeding Appur to: handle J. ciitly no general rale, can -be found that, will and buthels respectively, keep them busy looking after the! own interests. The crops have neve looked -better; than they are at'th present the ontlr acreage is into crop, the small ba nnce being already broken this year A few drawbacks have occurred du to two Mows and an attack of cu worms, .Tbout 500 acres covering erything: affected. H. B. .Mlebach fered to the extent of ub'out 175 acrej the balance being divided among th. remainder of the community chiefly Messrs Urch and Dalzie! Some- ex tra yields be produced at if on Jrch, the prospects for 46 busl: els to the acre in spots 'it Is esti mated that the average jield wll easily run four bushels higher than the previous record, ubout thirty be Ing the average throughout The spring is well .headed out and Is a great stand, while the fall whea has done 'better than in most sections owing to the fact that the Monarch district was not hit by the drought o the late spring as It was elsewhere Monarch will certainly help to swei: Southern Alberta's gram yield Notts A feature of the territory traversed during the last few days is the faci that it is remarkably free from n contrast the country lying to he. Some parties are determined to see what becomes of the cut worm A number of them have been bottled IP and watched It was thought that leihaps, like the cocoon, It might turn into a winged insect, hut up to the present the only developments are that a number of eggs have been laid, and these have hatched similar to the parent put worm Some have come to the conclusion that the cut worm is the result of the dry weather of a year ago, basing I heir theory on the" fact that they are found this year on the drier spots, tho more moist ground being freer from them, but this theory Is not generally borne out. In some cases sections that have teen reseeded because of the cut worm .have been noticed to lie free from the pest on the second sowing, SAYS ENGLAND IS READY TO FIGHT Against Establishment ol a German Naval Base ON ATLANTIC Rumor That the United States Had Protested Untrue July, interest the streets ot London ;-morning, by the display ol news- paper placaids. indicating that "Am- erica a strong hint to German) that the republic would of a Ger- i" liftval base on the Atlantic coast o( Morocco The stor) is said to lave tminated from the Echo dc Par- is, which that the United States was: anxious, because of the bearing which the suggested base would Panama Canal and the entire American irohlem It was ascertained that Iherrcport'was discredited in official quarters here, although the opinion was expressed that the United States does not particularly ap- prove of abrupt and men- acing method m this instance The correspondent learned jilbo that jh'e more Sir Edward Grey and his colleagues tn the cabinet think of the jermnn, jnove, the less the} arc dis- posed to regard it good uaturrdly It s fortunate for peace that Premier nth and Sir Edward Grey dom- nate the cabinet deliberations on .his subject It is true that the mi- mlsiye radicals in- the ministry are but the fear ;o jield now wilt mean aggression and curtain war lalei "Asquith a U-rey naie'ithc .situation well hand, however, and they were amoi ;he clearest'headed and coolest of t talesmen" f If (Gerinan onlj knew i he interests fatherland a uftcring iu our cqimcils. The who abmet inclined to be perfect easonablo as regards German wor nttirests is not only wi anxioitsf io avoid putting unne ssary obstacles in, the Kaisei's Wa England made no .trouble over the a exatiori bv Australia of Bosenia an and England has cease CIRCUS 100 mill 100 MIIUTE8 otheig again finding them in profus W MacLean, H E Jliebach and the Aroerta-Paclfib 'Elevator. Co., the lat- ter of .which was recently acquired from the Norrls Grain and Elevatoi Co The two former will too able only to handle their own crops, as the formei having nine 'sections and the latter five, with a in all cases "Unblecwed, yet white as snow." FIVE ROSES FLOUR nits the (till food value of the best Western Hard Whtat and n delightfully good Bread Cakes ind Pastry ,v TRIAL CONVINCES (crpctiially to oppose ..Germany said the correspont informant "If German th cicn that Britain is the peac f ihe woild will scared; be wort 'lay's purcnase German j undoub' j can hiivr certain territorial con essibns-remote from the Straits, ff if insists in apite of, aval nideness, but I think it may b ccentcd as final that the Govern icnt in (vondoa will., see that Ger any shall.not. alter the world's nav position to Britain ic particular way it "has chosen i about it." "Do-you mean that England wil ght "What else can England do Macleod, AIU July 11 Ujjit- U. S. Holding Aloof ed.Farmers their -Washington, C., July 12.- mucb postponed picnic on the Island Istatc department also denies thai an> Park tomorrow afternoon providing I representations been made to HAPPENINGS AT MACLEOD TWIN BABY 33 INCHES TOIL i5f RANGE AND WONDERFUL ALSO REID 8F BIGGEST ELEPHANTS SUPERB. SPECTACULAR, ORIGINAL CIRCUS, BOO Pwph, 450 Animals B A BY HIPPOPOTAMUS 40- SELLS FLOTO GIG WNS -40 FIGHTING THE FLAMES Gorgeous Street Parade O'CLOCK EACH MORNINQ Its Farmer Sin Stiff all tht 'oiks ted ate for rourseif a cui for 25 eenta. DMFI Opu OM Boar Itrber, Admitting of a Visit to tho Big Lethbridge Sat. July 15 d for the Weather" a daub, ft rub and there's' TOUI shine! Black or Un, afcall grocers and iloiea. 21 the weatheL permits and from all j present otitlooKs it will be fine to- mori tiw A good progrjmmc of sports has been irranged lo take place at lilt, picnic, including a base- ball garni, betucen two of the coun- districts, and Micre will be all kinds of fooUaces, etc. mmiber of the local lodge of Orangemen arc leaMng for Leih- ge tonight to take part in the ccle'iinliun wlncli it being held by that hody there tomorrow. A party of aboiit. members of the Calgary Automobile Club in five aulomobilcs, arrived in Maclnori about iuo hours, having their din- ner afc the Queen's Hotel. They left nt Ihe earlj for Pinchcr Creel'" and will go through the'moun- tains into IJritish Columbia tomor- row Miss M. Riddell left- last evening for Killarney, where she will spend the summer, returning to Mac- Icofl in the antunm Miss A. Messrsf Mc- Donald (V Mackenzie's office, left on Sunday, night for a two months' holi- day in Toronto- Dtir ng her absence Mill fflillard, of fill her position here. work repainUng (lie brick work on tho Union Bank bu.lrijng here. The bank will also be niiminfril, and whnti this is finished the building will 'look AS ucw as Germany in regard, to .that actnity in Morocco The Unilot] States is still holding'aloof from the present, pmlHOEjlio, adhering slncllj to tlic reservation with which this countn itgncrt Hie Calgenas Con vcnUoii i'i which it.was stated thai America was not concerned with the pohcj of the A mean en pire SAYS FRANK IS NOT IN DANGER (Continued from Front Page.) that we have spent in the neighbor- hood of one hundred, thousand dol- lars on the sanatorium, and with an article like that reported under the above-date, in .respect to Frank being in danger of a great landslide, the matter is certainly very serious 'roni a point of view of damages." MANITOBA ORANGEMEN CELEBRATE Winnipeg, July i of 2000 Orangemen, Orange women and Orange children paraded the streets of Winnipeg this morning before cm- burking by train for Selkirk, where biff demonstration of the'day ii to be hold A dozen blinds, brass, fife and pipe headed the pro- fession through the streets. Tllrrt- hlluiircJ true blues were in line. STORES WILL CLOSE AT TWO Fnda> be a tfala day In Leth bildge, ami nUiitiiodb of people from all parts of the province are expected to take, advantagerof.the cheap rates in.order .to visit Leth'bridge for. the big aviation demonstration at Hender son Park Iu the afternoon bj Prof Ely. .In order to make the affair one worthy of the the Hiislness Men's Protective- Association' Itist night voted to'close their pla.ces of business at two o'clock on Friday af- ternoon, "and iask that other business men of .the are not members of the associatiorC'do likewise in or- der (hat the move might be unanim ous. The stores will remain closed cor the' remainder of the day, but should anj of the merchants deslie, .hej will probably open from five to six that-their customers may have an opportunity, of'getting parcels which may have 'been left1 In the stores. WINNIPEG BUILDING RECORD Winnipeg, building otal for 1911 has passed the nine mil- ion dollar mark, yesterday. Activi- ies are still behind those of corres- iondms period last jear ibut It is xpected. that 'the next two months establish !a record. ELY CIRCLED AROUND RENO People of Divorce Capita Were Treated to Some Thrills Exchanges from Hcno, Nevada, tel or the splendid flight made in Ih'ii city on July 4 by Eugene Ely, the not. ed aviator, who files on the coming Friday .afternoon.- As briefly reported in a Herald telegraph ic the 5th. Ely's engine broke down when he wan hundreds ot feet up In the and another, aero plane catastrophe, was 'only avoided by the birdman's wonderful daring and command over as be with hla power cut off, glided to ground. Tbe people of Ueno were treated to iome excitement on the American Na- tional day in 1910 when Johnson and "Jeffries battled for the world's cham- pionship of the ring, but apparently they were treated to a-few thrills on July 4, 1911. The Reno Evening Gazette says- Twenty thousand after- noon -witnessed tbe flrat succoBsful at- ompt at heavier-than-air aviation in state Tbe city waa, practically depopulated when Ely's mechani- cians ran the biplane out to the ng place in Riverside Park, A few ninutes after, thp time set for the irst flight the powerful six-cylinder ngln'e was set in motion, and the pro- peller blades raised cloiid. of dust n the rear of the machine.. Mr. Ely et.the machine glide eartlr alt way across tbe field, and raising he elevator, the biplane arose like'a giant gull The airship warned to barelj the trees at the eastern end of the park. out of eight of the major-' itj of the spectators, who swarmed to the top of the terrace and watched Us course. Slowly the: machine, lifted until it was probably, 1000 feet In the air Two long and graceful circles were made, and the .machine sped on iU homeward course, allghtln'g in the. tracks it made when it ascended It was In the air seven minutes, and traversed a course fivo'-mllcsi The scene at tbe park was most in- teresting The throngs, in holt day dtllie, were massed on botFi sides of the stream and; island; It waa probably the largest crowd that to witness a spectacle in this state The applause WR-S hearty and continuous: and when the machine settled.down to'the'field tho police were unable to keep bacll the people Governor Oddfe the first to congratulate Mr Ely Mrs Ely vas present She semed to re albe something was wrong with the machine when It returned BO quickly, but she said that she T i r i n 1 f1 ft 1 1 V O 1 I 6 y Hnlthy iliu- buildings i S r h n I irrouiids, C n O O 1 aid D _i U rt Port Ont etc Uoyi for the llojnl Military College buiioess. Special attention given to boys. 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It's to Your Advantage to look over our stock of machines and records before buying The Masoii-IJisch Piano Co. DOMINION BLOCK PHONE 791 alarmed. One, of discovered the cause the trouble with the eijgine While at the high- est point In the flight ,the wrist pim of one of the right band cylinders compelling the aviator to glide to the earth. "Just .as'-1, lifted over the said Ely, "I experienced some1-very; treacherous' air currents; i to the ascending and descending- air, which the combined conditions of the trees, the bluff and the water pro The flight promised to be ft .'en good one after alt, but just as I Uie height at "which I planned o encircle the citj, there was a bjnap and something went wrong ntlthiiny engine I circled around Ulce in or- der to find a good place to land, hut- determined to return If T could with- out power, tor the engine Vwas shut' off, and this J did, by means of "a er 'S' glide." let- BAD BUSH FIRES WIPE OUT TOWNS l Toronto July 11 has reach- t ed this ctty that the hurt firei'wtucb had been smouldering foe several dajs past in Northern broken out again with increased' v heraence The flamea had wiped the towns of and South Cochrare, dcvastatedt kthf camps around Golden City, everv building with the exception of eight in Cochrane, and burned an un- known number of persons, three haT- ing already reported Nothing can be done towards checking the flames, as the white pine birch with which the countrv is covered, hums up as as tonchrd by a spark, no rain hating fallen for many, dars of the railway lines seem to remain umnjurrd People are now loused in box and passenger cars It's easy to plants in a Sunshine-heated home Purc.Warm I Sunshine Air FJEOPLE living in homes heated with 1 ordinary fin naces often claim they cannot grow plants with any degree of success. This is-due to the fact that or- dinary furnaces are not provided with an Automatic Gas Damper There is nothing to prevent coal-gas, which is deadly to plant life, being forced up thiough the registers Now, when the gas in the combustion.chamber of tho Sunshine reaches a certain pressure It sways open the Automatic Gas Damper and passes vf> the chimney, consequently there IB no.ctuince for It to escape through the Instead, tha air that through the reKlstcri it warm, Sunshine Ulr, liulen with tho proper degree of moisturo from the water-pan. It's the kind of air that makes plants thrive and U food to breath Into lungs. If you want to guard your home (and who evil- deadly coal paa order our agent to tnrtmll the Sunshine furnace (guaranteed) In our cellar. x LONDON TORONTO CALGABT WtNNIPEO HAMILTON A-ANCOTIVER JOUN, N.I> ;