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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE ITERAM) Friday, July ARE YOU GOOD AT PUZZLES? Here's Free Pass for One Month at the Bijou theatre It is easy to accomplish and you will win if you hurry. Directions: Read every advertisement on this page carefully, and fill in the letters designated by blanks. To the first five sending in correct answers, Manager Uhl will give a month's Season Ticket. Write your name plainly on the margin of this page and mail it to not later than Tuesday noon. Dp it now and get a month's entertainment FREE. THE BIJOU THEATRE "House of New Ideas' 1 Stands You I d Week Adds to D 1 Everything Wait I e C m ,.T. :l scenery Candies plied all over the west by Doing it and workmanship Saturday, July and Best City Sign Works PHONE 686 LETHBRIDGE "We Mix and Paint with Foster Reality Co. 412 5th Street: South JAS. BARTON, Local Paii him a visit Elec. Co. S. O. BUILDING 10th Street a j e stic Theatre A s Greatest Emotional Brothers UWant to See theB P b S e has at the New STAR in the T 1 REVLO ESTATE in a g g Pictures in the city Call at Next to Godliness" Get and send us the New Klnemacolosr Pic-lures at The and be s will be at The t and is the safest investment, says Andrew -G e. Bijou Theatre "The Ideal Picture House" to bs Cleaned and Prssied. Thael Dodd PHONE week of July 22 The Marvel of Five The best in c y. Popular 20 You must see .Margaret 471 They cost no more than, the other Battleford Grows. 1 9O5 population S 1912 THE.-FOSTER REALTY CO. 5th Street: South JAS. BARTON) Local .Manager EVERYTHING for the F h F d, IS P T to announce Comfort is a d first p e at the Elite Cigar at our store on 5th coming of Margaret Crows" you get the commences at Lethbridge Leading T b e the Pool C M is always Try Elite Special Cigar 3 Bros., July Shop in. 3rd Ave. p.m. prompt We -want everyone, to see to the highest Bll'Iard Parlors in Connection Phone Star of the Breckohrldge, to P. Burns Tornado LIVING in Canada, You want E LAST Will need to c t you are looking for JULY 13TH MATINEE AND in the West, t in i Extra Special Added Feature, Production'' of not get a piece North Battleford's Best? Foster Realty s, remember Roy t have attained their desire Margaret Illington Will be the Co. for repairs to furnaces, musical, give Fitzsimmons The Music TORNADO Depicting, Every Incident1 During the Storm 'YOUR ONLY OPPORTUNITY TO WITNESS AND 5th Street the best and a full line hi Tinsmith! GUARANTEED TRUE ACCOUNT IN MOTION BARTON, Local Manager July COME.EARLY TO AVOID CONFERENCE ON NAVAL POLICY CANADIAN MINIS-TEAS MEET BRI Ll TISH CABINET TO DI8CU88 P: POSSIBLE POLICY Asqurth presiding, flanked right an( left hy Canadian miniiteri, the jniittea of Imperial defenw, wiich Ultimately. decide Canada's .partlclpa in the naril policy of the Empire ywlterday.' iSeated; irouDd the first table tho Firit Lord et the Admiralty, Win Churchill; the Sen eirjohn E. Grey, Sir Jonn Trench, Col. Seely, Karl, the Eecrctary of Stale for India, Lord Ualdane, the Lord High Chancellor; Lloyd George, Lewis Hareourt, and several. minor officiAlv. The meeting was largely informal and little progress was made.. The next 'meeting takes place next week, and thereafter will be hl-wcckly. Hon. L. P. Pelleiier this aflcrnoon received a deputation of the Empire Press Union, at which of the British and Canadian press, Jieadeil by-Hon. Harry-.I.awson, were iffrescnt. A mcmornnduiU was auh- mitted, pointing out the excessive trans-Atlantic rates, as compared ;with, those between London, South Africa and Australia. The desideratum was a state-owned table, tot in any event material reduction to the present rate was urged. The deputation retired with, the impression that eonvething will shortly be done towards bettering the extetlng condition. Hon. Mr. Palletter and his wife were entertained at a dinner at the HOuae of Commons by the Postmaster General and Mrs. Samuel. The Premier was present this after- Boon at Premier Asquith's garden partf. On Friday Ihe will visit-Uic Duke ol spend tho week end at Arundel, the Duke's historic xeat. Owing to the ihoals invitations of a social and state nature, which will continue to coino. Premier Uor- den hag obliged to decline a Mansion HOUM dinner at present. Stcret of Baking Bread There is probably no accompliBlj- ment that a woman glories in more han the ability to bake good bread. White Swai.Veaet CaVos always on- sure a light, wholesome and delicious bread. Sold' by grocore lii B.c pack- igo> of 6 cakes. Send today for sam- ilo. Spices Cereals Limited, Toronto, Ont. HON. CROTHERS VISITED FERNIE MINISTER SPENT DAY INSPECT- ING MINES AND SIZING Up LABOR SITUATION (Special to tho Fcrnic, July T, W. Cro- theri, minister of labor-m the Do- minion cabinet, accompanied by ins private sir, Giddings, and Dr. W. A. Burns, o! St. Thomas, and Alderman n. II. ol Kingston, arrived here this morning and arc spending lire day with the miners' officials and Mr. W. H. Wilson, of the C. N. P. C. Co. Dr. liurns and Mr. Toyc arc look- ing ior good fishing, while.lion. Mr. Crolhcrs iy gathering in all the in- formation possible relating io mining and other industrial conditions. The minister of labor had not seen Kernic since a few weeks after the devastation of four years ago and cx- prcsics great surprise, at. the fine sub- stantial condition of the new town, on the foundation of ashns wliitw was tlie predominating clement ujioii the occasion liu liiit visit The patty will leave on the dyer tonight, for Lethbridge, where they cvpect to make a short visit before going on-east. CAPITAL CLAIMS PERSONS .Edmonton, July Hamil- ton, chief enumerator, says in an offic- ial: report' to Mayor Armstrong thflt the census, completed.July G, persons' in Edmonton. The south side, formerly Strathcona, has population. total gain in the amalgamated .cities is estimated at in the. last 12 months., Tho Dominion census, taken In JDH, ahoyt'- eil of which. StraLhcona had 5.580. The figures show this year males over 21 years of. age and under .21 years; "females over 21 years, and under that limit. Tho list contains tran- sients. HONORED BY CAMBRIDGE locution, July Uni- versity has conferred thoV honorary tlegree'of doctor of science upon Ed- win Brant Frost, of Yerkes Observa- tory, Willlanii EDMONTON BOY'S GOOD ANSWER GIVES FAIR CONCEPTION OF THE QUALITIES OF A GOOD CITIZEN Edmonton, July are gome of. the most important duties of a good was a question aBked of Harold Ma sou, a ISvyears' old piipfl in the sixth grade at' the Alexander Taylor, public school of Edmonton. His answer, which "won the coveted promotion'at the examination, a few "A good citizen should never'be a man who is a because he will put all the money he can in his pocket, neglect his duties and not try to make the city prosper. He against the liquor traffic andtnovcr touch ii. Hc should never use profane language, and ho will always willingly, help the poor and needy. He should vote toward' paving streets and try to make his city a good place to Hyfi in. He should hnvo good schools and send his children to them. Ho would try to stop the armies from having money to on ships of war. and not have war, it" over to. the cities to niake-''them beautiful; "Then there would be se'werg, water- works, telephones and elech'icf-' lights all over the city. "He should encourage the building of nice bungalows and fine hotels, Jiave no tents make the people clean i p their yards and have Beautiful "When he found a man out of work he try to-gct him a job, and then he would be what I call a real PRIMITIVE WARFARE Lisbon. July -The Portuguese Parliament closed its .sessions today amid cries from the members of'Long live tho ami "Ixmg live the Republic." Tho -rebels at Basto are led by "the parish priest, carrying guns, pitchforks and scythes, and have taken refug-e in the mountains.'-- Their p'an is to join tho survivors .of the band .commanded by. Captain Couceiro, who arc also hidden in the mountains at a place six thousand feet above sea level. FOR BUSINESS REASONS Antwerp, July administra- tive reasons, the Hed Star steamer Zeelaml hauled down the BrltishjwjP" ors yesterday, and substituted the Bel- gian, She will arrive iu New York July 23. MOOSE HELD FINE MEETING SPLENDID FRATERNAL ORGANI- ZATION IS GAINING BIG HERE- one Loyal Oidci of Motjfcu.ncld a %ery siiccesstul the Oddfellows' Hall last Wag- ner, of Regina, an interesting address on tlic aims anil ohjects ol the Moose organization which was greeted with much applauso. -There is an increasing "growth in the mcm- bcislnp organisation, winch it is intended 'should reach' 500, and it is th'at the desired result will he attained in 'a short time. Keircshments were .served during the evening, and scvotal members of "The Texas Hanger" Co..entertained llio gathering .will; songs anil recita- IjQJwrr This, evening the members of Ihft Moose' Lodge will attend the Ma- jestic Theatre in a body to witness tlio- production ,o! Skies." ;