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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Jrtly 16, DAILY HEKALD Boy's Ybiir Doy Main Business EAT It's his business to eat BO his little arms and lees will catch up with his big 'stomachy food is BO important. 'For Ma break- fast, givs him a great Jj'8.- lisupinl. boVl of li'B all, food and beflt.thjfrf; ie to build rrtvisclt, bbno and nerve. V'our. .boy .will -lite "FORCB." it for a Trie H-0 COljl PAN Y u'osi. Had Held up Two in in 111 Identified ic, B, C., July IS.-On tho ot the Oth, at 10 o'clock, a. Chluama'n reported to police that hart been nelrj up and robbed of SB, aiio gave a description of the although Sergt. Amberman and Con- 1 liable Wood searcbcil all night they 'wefe unable to locate him. About 10. p. m. Friday tho llth, ol annex, while returning home, relieved of a satchel containing J20Q In cash nnd Valuable papers; She'notified the po- lice and Chief Brqwn niid' Constable Wood hurried to the learn- ed thai two men Wad overpowered THE OLD GUTSY DOMINION TRADE'S AND L.ABOR COUNCIL SAYS "LABOR SUP" PLYf LARQEbY EXCEEDS. tho man, he to oioapo, and tljat be had at them, but they relieved bim of the money, retttrnmg it to Mrs. Stookwell, also taSing the gun away from him and then Icttlvg Win'go. Sergt.' Amherman and Harrison hoilcid a man antynilig the description, about to.taVe. age on the' midnight being asked .to give an account. himself could not do so and was placed under arrest.'; At police tlfled both by the Chinaman'and'a'Uo Kfrs. Stockwcll as the-one .who had robbed them, but owing to the fact of being in poor health he was re- manded for week. The Athletic com- pleted tho race track.In tiio park, William Hall, a coupler in 1 .minct Cool Creek, met with a accident last night, his leg broVcn below the knee caused hy tlio kick of a horae. IS TO START Old Industry to 'be Revjved Looking for Sites .Maclcod, Julj; .witness-the estanlishment-i'pf another small industry Wacjeod, old steBitj laundVy on Twfih- opens..up Slider'; the managoineat Hiy.fi.. has of HJerti'dno Hat. eiperl- jils SriUtb'. "eotyes to Maclood.. welj .equipped'- iERSIRE Reason for Col; Gaustit Remarks at Halifax i qiiet he 'it Helglted "i hav task "Mnclebd: and ho Ottawa, July any of the p'orm'anenf. force wish.-to resign be- cause -bi any remarks at Halifax, theV are' welcome to do declarer! I Col. ,thiH morning when his attention WHS called to srrep'ort. from Halifax .that some pff.cers .con- toruplateclr (-he force unr leis. .the niinister of.- iniliii- Install- ing a' new mangle at a'cpst of He is- also sMurih'g Jja's connection, nnd he is putting in ri'co'ndtnssr that will sXijiply him plenty of soft Ottawa, July', officials -ol the Traded and.'ljRhor Council., ot Ca- nada have sent n warning to ruechan- l.cs'and'lubortTs'-iri-Great Britain And other! Kuropean countries, warning them that nearly aV4ry..C'imadfan city Is 'overcrowded :witll labor. They c.harRe Bringing put niucli surplus Jabcr.is end njr for tlio 'pur- se lengthen- OKI to w'urabpr that Ca'iiada.has only a iltt'lo over soren tntllion .population-, largely her Jntlustrlos !u no wirrjiiTt the influx of crs arid iwurlng In. Th0- warning' la signed by Jarooii C. -Fred Bancroft, and P; M. Draper, sec- retary-treasurer.' VyA8'. PRE-HI9TORIC MAN Moose Jrcw, July pro-. feator'B.are now on route, to Willow Bunch, to see the potritlo'd man, dis- covered thero and which.Is sild to be ten thouejiv} years old. Amone tho numher ISjProfesB'or KiU-Trout, of Ox- ford university.' f ho_ee pre-hlalorlc re- mnihi weria discovered uy a farmer eomo throo Weolia ago. The. Socln] Union of Loc- dorp, Ontario, first picnic. had over 500 at their highly satis- lactonfjijajamtne' patrons-- ol the cohcretc Mock -structure.''cat'euorizod :us- "the host. -its, 'ttit': West so that Hie" stall of have-no trbub.le in coratling gre'ate'f.1. ihe laundry.' Imfiatss." in .have nothing to apologize I said.nothing at. whicli could ufiend any man !at l the; -wh'o ueliavcri hiiuselfor any man tlie permanent ior'ce or militia Canada who'conducts Itimself as a-- soldier should." It. is stated between' men wltb were present'at the (llrincr con- 'iluc6i'pf some'officers' of :'the p'errnaj ncnt lotcc'arid pi' tho hlilitia who were Kue.its at (lie dinner fully war-i ranted Col. Hughes in making the re-, marks he iliil. There-VT-Slc. a hundred aitd twenty- five guests at the dinner and only, at half-dozen ucie .guilty 'of a breach of j gooti :l''1 J-. hotel nlanagoiiioit that no-liquor.w. 1 LIBERAL. PAPER'S QUES6 Ottawa, July Preo'-rreas predicts that W. H. Tliornp, a prom- inent New Brunswick Conservative, frtaid of Hon. Mn Haien." and now in the with likely he a senator Irom N'owBrunawJek, io sue, tho .'ate Senator Ellin, The ap- pointment delayed! BANK OPENS DOORS Piiti'oiirg. Julj- yiie First Na- llonrsl Bank of McJCeeaport, closed Its doors as a precautionary menaure a week ago yesterday, re- turned business morning ujion telegraphic advices from the Treas- ury department. Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER HAs your morning cup of coffee a full rich anrt- -coltcate If not for BLUE -RltlONI .cofjco when alvlns your. order and illrfnroneo. You will be agreeably lurprlmtj.- Bliia nibton Ten, Coffeo, Baldns Powder, Spices and bxtntota all onu bcit. ound of reyelry by night. Finally- the attempts .it', "conceal- ment imssed and both whiskey- and champagne were served openly. Sir Ian Hajniiiori the interruptions When Gcnoral started 'to.' sjica are said to have been, most discon- certing sjid their character thorough- ly alcoholic. The interruptions reach- ed such a stage' that General 'Ham- ilton felt compelled to cut his re- marks short and finally sat 'down with- MB speech only hilt deli'crenV-' Dr. McKay, superintendent o! edu- cation o( Nova Scotia, who 'has done a gre.it (teal io promote military tactics, was interrupted time attor! tima but hung to hie task and .finish- ed bis speeoli. Col. Hughes calmly toM his guests was no "place in- tho Can'a'- rlian militia or. permanent forces'1 for men wcro wastrels or bar-room loafers. He. said further in the matter of promotion and discipline ho would make no distinction' be- tween fhc permanent force tho militia and that those u-lio hehare themselves as gcntlpmpn and soldiers hart heller gel out while the going, was good." He also clear his. view that the permanent force ivas constituted lor the instruction' of the militia and was in no sense a standing Finally he army Finally he stated that Dr. McKay through" his work on She cadet'move- ment had done more for the militia ol Canada 'than any number of tha permanent force. Col. Hughes pre- vented further interruptions: by.clos- ing the temperance dinner at the con- clusion of liis speech. Some of the officers, it IE under- stood, will be Bavrd'tlie trouble of sending in resignations, as their crises are being olliclully dealt with. LONDON HAD TWO -of London-, Cmt., July wo. this evening Kept the buoy. The firnt call, to Hon. box" factory, gamed, a -loi about Before this extinguished, flames In Joiiniton Murraj'a tn' the lica.-t of. tlio hustiiess i" IOBB hero was ed- by Inttirance. QLJNCEMENT! Having confined ourselves to the Wholesale Trade exclusively for the past we keg to announce that we have opened our greenhouses to the Retail Trade to-day, and invite all lovers of flowers to inspect our stock of palms, Ferns, and other Decorative Plants Geraniums for House and Garden Plantings at very moderate prices. In cut flowers we have ROSES, CARNATIONS. SWEET PEAS. ETC., ETC. at prices that will interest you. We are also prepared to supply on short notice, Bouquets, Floral Tributes, and decorations of any kind. Telephone 1OO3 Street Cars Stop Opposite Greenhouses Henderson Park V'ON: TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY IN HEART OF HECBNT FOREST. .ShotolnfKo.w the fire Is to tlic crib for the new steel bridge on the G. T. R. at PaQwachuan.. LIKE PROPOS .to. ihe.. .Chinese" government requiring recognition of ,outor. Mongolia, c'claVjhg CJiina suzerain1 only, "1 lAOIEET July If.. Senator Thmna'sj democrat of Colorado, in a speech; today defending the Wilson tarift bill' of from responsibil- ity for the financial. panic fol- n charged former President Cleveland and. the New York banks calamity to force repeal ol the Sher- Though denouncing the 1893 bil! as to annul, Both housrs of the Chinese parlia- heen hastily summoned to" consider tho demands. Strong oppo- sition to them is voiced by hoth Chi- nese and foreigners and great exclte- prevails at the unexpected turn o! events. MOTHERS ARE FRIENQR I.pmton, July Mary aro going about together oT-l'great bntti -have given umbroldery emblonia J. R. DONALDSON. OF KINGSTON, GNT., SEE5 BfllQHT PECTS KOp -CJTY. J. R. Donaldson, at Klngaionj Out., after an extended trip through the north from was in'Lcth- brldge yesterday and'left forthc east. Spenlting io the Herald ho There has heen considerable are lato. They nrbmls'e fair the Rxceplloa of oalB. The'boora J? over business dull. Tho-pace was too Tast, but after EOraa.ot tlip water has been of the the larger placeft will reaumb stdndy progrecB. The opening of concle and towns has liurt some pl'dor ones. It Is now a qnostiop of more cattle and hogs on the. rarmsr. anil work for all tliB tbo family in the cilia's. Tlie place that can iproTiJo" small manufncturcs who'.wlU make goods us clieap as Ontnrio'phis- the' freight will do tho trade, i Letlibrldge is well Jolted, has" good streets and schools and. Bplenciid Ta- cilities for business. In "cheap fuel and power It only needs people to work In The nijw" publicity expert Biioma a live wife. .A" few fac- tories in tTie would. JnaJro good, wind shields'' Na-Dru-Cp taxaUves are different in that they purge nor cftusr- nausea, nor. does lessen their You on the i box at your 1 Washington, July Newland bill, revising the Krd.than lafr td'pro- vldo nrbltrallon of; wage 'disputes. In 2 manner satisfactory itp railroads and their employee's, jusacd the hmise toilay without a roll was tiulcithl to Ilic scnnlo' 'which. -was 'waiting to p.iss Wil- son S RigCE.ltUl-C.' A flre Suiiilay.mo'rnlrig In Iljiilltoh ileslToyed freluhf'siicdB'of tlio Hlnill. toir. Grlmsby Loss JTS'.OOO.' An Appeal to Wives You know the icrrlblp comes to many, homoia from the reEuU of a drlnVtng husband or son.1 You know of tho money on "drink" that IB needed In tho home to pur- clmso food and clothing. ORRfNR hurt saied thouBQiids of drinking tueri. It Is a homo trontment and can' bo nlv.en pecrelly. Your money will be refunded, if after a trial, It has failed to benefit. Coats only Jl.OO a box. Come In- ftnd get a free booklet Rod let tell you of the. good ORRINE doing. Red Crosn Drue ntore, Achilla LclhbrldBe, THREE LODGES HELD JOINT.IN- STALLATION THOMPSON, D.D.G.M., CHAHGE Olfiwrs for tlie -three LothbridKe lodges (he' Independent Order of piIildtllo-ffKi weve Installed last -night by Dr. R. H. C. Tfconjpson, b.D.Q.jr., in n Jolot meeting at the Oddfellotvs }lnll on street.' A Eiimpfuous banquet was served, folloivJns the instnllatlon, and an tn- fcrmol Boeial took up tho remainder of, a. hteaeant evening. Recltnt'fons and vocal numbers were given by T. 3. Petterly, J. W, kefd, D. A. Smith, John Brortio; S.-Y..Hurat nnd othtrs, Thaffollon-lngr aro- the officers of l Lethbrldgc Lodgo No. 2 Noble A. Dujien." S'ice'-Orind A. O-'jIcHachcTn. W. Tuatiln. E. ThtobBld. Shaw. Conductor P. ,T. Davis. _ Inalde F. poultry. Outside Guardian 0. NeUli. J.P.O.- -n. B. Morden. Vladi'ict No. 53 Nobla Grand H. White. Vice-Grand .1. W. Reid. W. S. Scott. 8. L. -Ulildy. Financial Secretiry James Lock- wood. Recording secretary J. B. Thomp- eon. Johnaon. W. K. Hoys. George Heath Conductor S. H. Smith. W. M. Edwards, i Chaplain J. J, Lawaou. Inside H. K. Leonard. Outside Mlrpah No. 72 N'oDlo Grand D.'A. Smlti. n. B. C. Thompson. W. H. McCflHroy. .Mr. .-Moll. W. Syjiionds. J. B. Tlebert, Financial secretJiry-rE.> Recording Conductor W. P. J. J. R. Bernard. Chaplain fl, Fiinnell. Inside W. C4Tter.: Otttffaa H. Skinner, The British Nickel Cor- poration, Limited; nt Toronto, has been iiicoriiornfed with 'pltat. Dr. Morse's Indian Root tJictly rntet the which to up aiid rcsuUtn hot only are (hsy effective In cjscj of Constipftion; but tliev htlp srtatly in brcitini up a Cold Of Grippe by .cleanlnB o.utVthe iV inipunlylng the fclood. ng the way. thiy cure ;