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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta r, July 18, Mill. TfTK LETHBRinnB DAILY MERALP A Bevy of Pretty and Useful Blouses For Outing and Holiday Wear _ Specially Priced at Ladles who value wlll-bo, quick to iccoBtilre Blouses an economy oppoiUnity that'll seldom cd Theiu are chooso from, 'which. are suitable Tor outing' or 'holiday wear, One atyle Is made from Crum'i prlnti in light or dark, colors, in plains-tailored efl'ect, with Gibson ploaL over shoulder, and have plain white. Illicit collar. i Another style IB of Fine White all-over and tucked 'front; and has the popular 3-4 sleeve edged with fine Val Laco, Many other equally ityler.are Included in tliib offer Sizes 32 to 42 incli., bust ,tir ill Tit wUe to make an early (election AH Specially Priced at Remember Store. Clotet To-morrow, Wedneiday, at 1 o'clock' Hudson's Bay Stores FORTY-FOUR BODIES RECOVERED Toronto; July port is 'In. regard that the bodies of Marshall Morrison, hockey player, Hailej bun, andTied Herbert England, e been locited by our search parties near the Corner of and Wliitne; and De lore Othci news to report. Twenty districts reported on steadilj returning The 44 and the bodies and it ma> be tliat not be found in the for a numhor nf davtf blithe er." (Signed) Porcu] mittee. TEN PRISONERS Ten prisoners Macleod tills atternobn R. W Police and irailbfei gaol This will make twantj prisoners for Rivers to.J. after, WOOD WORKING MACHINERY BAND SAWS MORTI8ERS MOULDERS .PLANERS _ 8HAPERS WOOD LATHES ETC., ETC. Full ption and price on' 7O4 MAINS', WINNIPefi, CLAIMS FOR REED ,STREEnXTENSION Jefore the City Council This Afternoon The pityl.icouHcIl met this afternoo n regular session with Major Adira Aid Gpo4e Bern man, Sage, Ashcro Blanchard reporte applications foi nous among them that o IWcArthur inade at tho last nee >L Ule council >'He advised tlm e {he Applications be gram (lie present tlmf as there woul revenue to warrant th xgeiwe However, will bt '-slon to a private Hn clij Plains for their seme hd at their own expense "provide take It up whenever the Lit fbcc'eds extension ofilhe! mains on the etreets affected Tb thaUcn; r making water.cpnnections is abou 7c per foot, Lights in Linei At the-'requestiSof the last meeting the council Supt Reid repo.ted lat he bad ordered-lights to be in ailed in all lanes rarid He ated that .he.-had-had. no authority place a, light in the rear of Me eowh's hardware: store, which was of the places complained about was read from the Leinnndge Biewlug and Malting Co..for a reduction on.their water rate pf lOc per 1 000 gallons This mat ter was settled some time ago and the that they could do nothing toward a re dilation. Hugh Scott, mine superintendent, submitted his report for "the. month, of June, showing that o94 tons of coai had "been mined from 'the cit: mine during the month, He further reported that the work of clearing out tlie old No 9 eiik} li.id been so far advanced thai the Ijbor might now be suspended till such time as the track is connected outside Tins will be done as loon as the outside track is relocated past the location of the sewerage disposal works. The Health Officer's report for June showed that eight cases of contagious diseases dealt with m the Isolation Hospital The milk test for the nionth was as .follows 4 0 P C butter fat Ration '38" Pcllctier ,1 0 Reid 31...... Johnston 38" Reed ttrttt The matter of_ the Reed' St., sion came up the following propci ti owners having registered R J Chiswick, land and buildings i >6.iflO J. P. Hamilton, 1 2-3'lots l.Mfl N Marshall t P. P. School District, 7} lots C. H. ISowman, part o7 lot. property on which to base their of to the property holders affected for .their property- the council decid- ed to appoint I K Anderson and Macbeth as valuators to report at .the next the council.. The council will then be in a position to make offers for the anrl if these arc accepted all they will be required to do will be to survey tlie street through. However, if jtho'owh ers refuse tlie offers of thejcitv, ar- bitration proceedings Mill ihV neces sarj Land for Jewish Cemetery Louis Keel appeared before the conn cil this afternoon asMng tor one acre of: land in 'the 'south-west corner 61 the 'public to be Used as cemclcr} The request was granted and a great deal of discus sioh.rfollowetl as to the" a'dvisabilitv of domg 'something toward beautify- ing the cemeten grounds 3 Catch Basins for Storm In the work of 'install- ing the stotm seuer syiitem might riot lie held up, Acting City Engineer Weccli submitted a whereby the ca.n be proceeded with verj little The trouble ex- )enenccd was that no provision had teen made on the original plans and estm ates for the w idening of the lldewalks where they will eventually be -18 feet to that width so that the 'atch hasjns for the storm sewer tcm could he placed in a permanent position at the intersections of the Irects To oiercomc this, the engi- ccr aihisccl the building of the per nancnt" sidewalks, .curbs, boulevards and glitters for a distance of 30 15- (cut along each street 'at each cor- iec where alterations are necessary 'he remainder of the work could then e clone next icar The cost of do- ng this work, is absolutely eccssary to be done thJl vear will be J4 386 oO, while the cost of doing II the work will be about he report was received and adopted he secretary treasurer t was advised SIGNS POINT TO EARLY ELECTION July. i more than score of the; members were to he'.. found around the cor- ridors of the House, .of Commons this morning, indicating a slight attend- ance 'when, the1': House piceta this af- ternoon. Those, .who' were around, both Conservatives anil Lilierals, pro- fess to be enthusiastic'over party chances should an election be held this autumn. Uut for the moment the interest seemed to center rather on what the business of the after- noon would be. Tuesday is govern- ment day'1 aiid on the order paper gov ernnient orders follow questions whlcli rneaiis ithat tlic government must take up bills, the supplv to move' into committees of ways and means to resume consider ation of the reciprocitv resolutions During-.the-recebs the government lias had compiled V new blue book con- taining all estimates not before adjournmenti.in May> The book shows, tliat apart from the estimates stil to be brought down, llnrc rcnnins, to be voted a t0tal; of As a matter, of fact it is guess work pure and simple to attempt to pre- dict what-will happen on Parliameni Hill within, the next lew week's. All depends .on .the developments oi' the next ten.'days, but, the majority ot members.as well as others convers- ant with the situation, seem to1 be- lieve that political weather signs all point to a general election at ear- EDITED BY "INO" Office Phont 1224. Retldenet Phone 774. Would'st-thou learn what truo no-'mils, ns well as the hundreds ot stu- blllty .pi. a noble-mimlc'd Miss S Ho'nnel! is liolidavmg lor a week at MagVath. i Miss Chipinan, Bohipas S'-, lelt on Friday to spend-a1 short vacation at Magfath. Miss Maisie .Fieetwood- is a guest with her sister, :Mrs. Glass, of Mao- ,cod, for a week or ten dajs I) date REMOVES CANADA'S ONLY OBJECTION London, July com moiling on the ncvv treaty with Japanj says, "The provision mhidi from with whicjj cithei may male general Srbilriiion treaties is agreeabltu to the Qver- slites 'ntan seas rBon inioiii, mm are well aw ire. of the eVtenttand intensity of the iceling winch ilie old treaty aroused in the masses of the population" of fie Don inons a feeling so general Juri .strong that it must neeessarilv [have deprived the tretttv of a greaf part its .value If the contingency ,these.populations contcmphted is a possible but bj no means inconceivable calamity (refer- ring to war Japan and the United States) within or even near tlic limits TDI practical poli- tics Its" disTppeiTawee 'removes Can ada's onlv objection io the alliance Sviincv, Julj cussing the new treatv the Daily Telegraph sav b ma) now count on a breathing space of ten }cars during whith she ma) de velop heL dcansps and encourage the illfluy of Kierhy, of the Lussicr Con- struction Co., has returned from ,en days' vacation spent at Banff. Bank of Montreal, has returned troni Winnipeg, where he >ent the past -few weeks Miss" Edna'Munroe, .Victoria Man- sions, is back from .1 visit at her home .in Minneapolis Mr.Xand .Mrs. Stanley Kirvham, who .are at present in Winnipeg, are expected home on Monday H B Maunbcll, of the Bank ot Commerce staff, left this afternoon for 'theVcoast to spend a couple of weeks': vacation. Tlie, Ladies' Aid Society ot, Wesley church w'ill meet tomorrow afternoon, dents arc women. Students are at- tracted to -this college from every part of the world and vsucciiilly from the'east. Although Westminster Guild ot Kno.v church wtis rather unfortunate in tho selection of-an evening for the strawberry and ice-cream social, about a hundred people- turned" out last night to enjoy the fun. The audi encc very nnic-h enjoyed the fine pro- gram, which was rendered as [cl- ows Vocal solo, Miss Bessie Haz- jll reading, Mr. Kilpatrick solo, Mr.. Gordon Miss S. Simm and Mr Hazel! reading, Mr living, solo, Mr. T S Mackenzie Ihc impromptu piano selections, giv- en bv Miss Mackenzie duung the ev- ening, were'inuch'Vappreciated. The refreshments were served .at small tabks, vUiich were prcttllv decorat- ated ?vith garden flowers'.These were in charge of tlie Misses, Ivcs, Mac- heth, Bessie Hazcll, Olvcr, Cronkhite, Stafford, Dciseth and-Mc- Killop The cakes, and strawberries, .not utilized during the auc tioncd ofT at verj good prices The Guild will realize a vcirv neat sum 'rom the affair. Wesley League was in charge of its, Wisfiionarr.y .Committee' last evening Mr 'R D Shantz, tho president oc- hostesses will be danies Easton and Brandbw Mes- Mis" Saundprs, Twenh firfit .St cupied the chaa After a song ice Mr W Davidson" of Kipp, jd i dressed the meeting, taking for his The Junior Guild 01 St Marv's sulljcct "Missions" Oontrarv to church will meet at 7 o'clock on lhe usual (actlcs of speak- eveniug, at the home of did not eulogize the men who have nude histon in the mission field %ut, rather dwelt on tlie patient sufferers, who, for some reason or other; '.have been cut off from life's activities, and in their humble sphere ,ire fulfilling the grand cst ideal winch anv mortal ma> at- tain, namelv, to cheer' The) arc Miss Collis, who has been a house lhell b, has g'tmTto-frAkj to enlng .Miss Bessie Hazell. Courtland d Jhc misfortune to ''sprain 'oofr lot serious, is her 1 he injurv, while painful i; cnth St spend a feu davb Miss Constance wlm has icen in England the. past nine nonths, is expected home this even- "8 Mr and Mrs James A MacDonald eave tonight to spend a week ng iriends in Cranbrook and Leth ridge Herald Miss Honor Simper, of Calgarj, is speaker, anahsis, showed The that "Mission" n'jant "to but his talk liroiight out the Inteness of Milton's grand thought, "1 also sehe, vKo onlr stand and wait" advertise, for these public WOOD8TOCK plDNTT CROW MUCH Woodstock Tnij ;g eniini numerators having eompieted their population has been since le last census ten years he population now stands The esult is somcwhfit pt i f disappoirjt ent as it mas thought hat the increase would be greater SERIOUSLY ILL .-I H Tohnson, Is seriously III ai jll iitbill Street, and Dr McKally, the' tending nhjslcian, holds tittle liope r his recovery. JUDGE.GAVE HIM BENEFIT OF THE OOUBT Judge Winter hcld'-a sitting 'at the court house this morning' and heard the case of Martin charged with Steal- ing a valuable timepiece from Rtter- son. C. F. P., appeared for the crown and Attorney .Palmer for the prisoner Martin said that did It while drunk and that he did GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Man, 'july Tilly wheat opened closed 95 3-4: Oc- tober opened 11 T 8 December opened SI 1-S, closed ill. July opened 37 3-4, closed 37 1-8; October opened 39, closed 38 .3-8; Decemhei opened 30, closed 38 .Ii4. July Closed :2.00; October .closed l.So. No. 1 Northern 95 1-2, 2 Northern 92 1-2, 3 Northern 3-1, 4 84 1 No 80, Feed bl Ko 2 C 37 No 3 C W 35 1 2 Extra 1 Feed 'SB. 'No.vlSFeed 35 1-2, No. 2 31 1-2. W. 2.05. American 'Markets July wheat orcn ed 95 3 8, closed 95 1 4X September expected in Mrs C F "Rivcrvievv the Cltj shortlv to be P. Conybearc's .guest al Mrs Fred Wing, Dominion Apart- ments, left todar for Calgarj B.mff Airs Wing exppcts to be awaj for two or three weeks opened 9i 5 S, loaed. t 2 Deccm ber opened 3 8 closed 96 1 2 58 closed SO Miss K. Doyle, of The MacDonald Co., is at Nelson, where she was account of the illness of her brother. Miss MeVean is sup- plying in Miss Doyle's place. Mr. and Mrs..Thomas Taylor and Mrs. -Taylor's .mother, Mrs. McNeil, of. Ottawa, left last week for Lcth- brfdge, where they will reside in the futme Herald Mr and Mrs E, J James Dav.es and and Miss Ruffle of mond, passed through the city en route to their nev, home at Grahs> Rei and Mr? icen guests .with- Mrs. ;J. ,M. Aitkcn, Inint MI St for some time, left to- for (algarj Ihcv expett to STAFFORD MINERS ON A SPREE As the mine at Stafford Village is not mnmns and not knowing what to do to pasa the evening, a number ot the miners went on a spree last evening and drank drop too much of the fluid tbat gets upon jour nen es and began fighting "After causing a great deal ot trmiMe'the Police took a hand in the affair and gave me of them a little ride to the Barracks and this morning they ap- peared before Inspector West tor be mg drunk and disorderly Metro Mayoiciai waa the one that caused the most trouble and was fin ed and cosfi, while the follow ing got off with only 00 costs Pete Pbtcovitch, J. S. Stepanuk ana J Morris TAX RATE IS FIFTEEN MILLS At the city council this afternoon he tax rate for 1911 was flxcij for 15 mills which is 3 mills In-exceM.of- he.lDlO rale. The reason tor thet ncreaae is that a great reduction has been made this'year in the'light and: water rates. The total estimates for the jjrear were made up as follows Finance Works and Property -Publicity Parks Health Light and Power I Fire Department Debenture interest and' principal School euue for the year Net taxes On th'e total assessment or iGO for municipal and deben tures and for schools the :tax rate is'made up as follow.s': Debentures 4 SO mills Schools SJO mills Municipal i 4 JO mill! Total i. 1500 mllli At STARLAND The management of Starland an _ nounce tho pictures of the Naval Re v lew .it Splthead for tomorrow and Thursdav These piotuieB portraj the. most formidable array of -modern warships tint ever ever collected to getbei at one time Here be NEW THEATRE IN NORTH WARD A company known as, -the Elite Amusement Co., with C.VU. Dewitt, president, has been formed. open a moving -picture theatre :ln the Adams to seat three.'hundred .-people. Victor Turner, late.of_the Starland Theatre, will supply'the music. The date for ning has not been decided upon seen the monster Dreadnoughts of all nations and every other tvpe of naval vessel, including tho long, low torpe- do craft that can hurl to destruction (he largest vessel afloat To >ee these magnificent vessels txdecked li. hon- or at even jard arm on great an or to so grent an occasion and man at every la a most awe in cplring people will wil understand the Englishman i prldo when he recalls that Britannia rules the waves Magnificent vtewa teen obtained of the whole review, ami as. the' sea lends Itself wll'to the art of moving pictures, patrons i.n well luuH tOrWMliI lu the treat that has jet been offered Ly the management of this popular house The pictures v> 111 be shown at both the afternoon and evening per- formances and those who can raai age will do TV ell to avoid the night rush by visiting It may llso be mentioned that UBtial prlcet only will again be charged C.i-orgc Renacrc formerly of Lon- don accidentally fieini in Kceviatm J 88 3-8. -closed December open- ed 91 1 4, closed 10 5 8 ilc.ne Calgiry onUhc Ucntj-filth for tllcir hdnie-pt "N. ,B. THE VICTOR blumte for 100 J not know what he was doing and His Worship-gave hini the benefit of the hilnl Sli.BT'i In onlei Ui valiMtion cf (lie doubt, lie will appear when called for sentence. Miss Sfiaw be in charge of the Westminster Fpviolth league this There is to he a Bible con- test on the life of I The cap- tains for the contest will he Miss anil Miss Rub) Simin The western world has at last be- come accustomed to -women physi- cians. They gained the right to study the practise after long years of per- severance -and in face of great oppo- sition. Women, until recently, were considered neither strong enough nor siiflicicntly.. skilful to make successful surgeons. The demand for surgery among the Purdah women of India was probably instrumental in teach- ing (he women, had 'obtained medical diplomas, that they could, if necessary, perform operations, -Be this as. II may, there is a woman's medical college in Pennsylvania, where surgeons, nurses and CAN YOU USE A HAMMER? It iou can, TOU erect this hotwfrom the read} built materials wetrnrnd even the nulls and paint. YOU CAN DO ALL THE WORK LIKE AN EXPERT We build Hoym, tUrns, Bungalows, Churehts, Car- itc. "NOT .'PORTABLE' BUT UP TO STAY" Write for our worth-while booklet 15, free WESTERN CONSTKUCTION CO. REOINA, ;