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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Jiily 1013 THE LETHBRIPfilj H EKALO Blue Ribbon Tea Blue Ribbon Coffee Blue Ribbon Baking Powder We state with, confidence ion cant do bettor than ask for1 West's best'knowii, and guaranteed pure- foods HATS AND SUITS TO CHEAPEN LIVING _ J_ Zi't Jdinufacturer Experimenting For Pro ductlon of Choap Clothing 1 London Julj the prob lem of tho high cott or In Ing has not ij-fet becpmo so acute In this countiy Hi M Judge from tile American cor i-eEpondence in London papers, it has become in the United States, it is nei ertheless, sufficiently serious and anj method of i educing pi ices that is suggested is eageily evamined "The latest idea, is clothing made of paper a lepresentative of a huge city firm of paper mauufactmers states tbat thej are at tho piesent moment perlmentiqg in the hope of producing a kind of paper i calls suitable for the making of clothes which can he and hold buttons. Paper ton els are au ".excellent in he said. hats have been a fashion for some time. Instead of a'bje cotton sunbonnettTaud caps, chil- dren can have each day a new paper hat costing from two to twelve cents wlilch takes one item off the laundry bill Paper shirts are being produced at twelve cents apiece, .while the cost of a' paper handkerchief is-two the price ot The cashing of a linen ous. ;In the household, too, 'the washing Jl can be largely reduced by using instead of-linen, for now there aie piper serviettes, paper toilette nmtsj paper dpjhes paper table covers pa towelling could idipted to dtchen use for dusters and similar articles BOURASSA STILL TALKING TRASH INTENSE HEAT. SEEMS TO HAVE NATIONALIST AGITATOR Montreal, July Donrassa to write editorials on the Bpeotie the province of Quthec ind Itb pfh 'Lot ho' question; If Canada wore anuejced.lo tho U, S, and If Quebec became, a stale, it: tho American union, whjch of theai r.ights, privileges, usages, 'dim tarns, laws; codes and charters 'which today 'hi 'this' province wouhKbe abrogated, ICBaeuod or modified lu'tbe least degree' 'For some .time .past -thoy have heard a new ji new ism and a new state .of things. forts have been made traordinary sacrlflceg on, behalf ofc'fche, empire and. to engulf them in an Im- mense cost for naval, and in Hilary forces whose political rection will remain In the handsX'of govenihieiit' and parliament submis- sive to the will of the people of ;the United Kingdom. By, In fact, a 1ftng series of concessions' and bumitia- tions -which appear no end TO mm Page 11 SOON they are forced to admit that outside their reserve here in Quebec they possess no more privileges the (J. S. and that they are even treat- ed with less regard by their Anglo- Saxon 'brothers than their com pat riots emigrated- to the U. S. are sby the descendants of the Bostcmians the secular enemy against whom defend -ihe integrity of the Canadian soil and flag the honor of the Britteh UNUSUAL ACCIDENT AT MEAFORD, ONT. Meaford, Out.. July fatal ac- cident marked by extraordinary -fea- tures occurred here this evening while a pile 'driver used in the construetloa of the new Sykes Street bridge over balanced and started to fall group of workmen beneatb, A metal bolt at -the top of the, pile driver caught in an electrical wire, prevent- ing >the bigv.raachine from falling. This circumstance uhich sated tbe work men below brought death to the electrical current wife "diverted to .the pile driver. William Cheny of Meafoid operating the gme fiftj feet recened fife iliart to ttfe steel steel cable'and. fell dead A man hirned JohnsorL-of Oyren Sound, vworking JitUf way up driver" involuntarily seized the cable as the frame tipped and was killed his body falling into the river. The v, iter was. so heavily''charged with electricity''that George "Handle, of .Meaford, who grasped Johnson's hand to draw out the body, was -rendered Jll. The body was finally pulled.out by putting a rope around al spectators received slight injuries )ity Council is Waiting for the Market to Open Up Lethbridge has a, big bunch of de- bentures for sale and.' for that mutter HO has Vancouver and a lot of other cities. The deben- iiro market has been unpleasantly low for some time and the cities ave iduais establishing fact6i ies 01 industries in Weslerr Cauida should be discontinued, pro testing an opportunity'or making their had not been givei .hem, the delegates from Fort Willfan and Port Arthur refused to reglstei their vote. Winnipeg, Edmonton DISCOUNTSALE FOR Friday and Saturday Men's Canadian American OXFORDS, and grades for Women's OXFORDS and PUMPS as low as with 20 per cent, off all American 3 Pumps and Oxfords Also CHILDREN'S LOW SHOES PREPARE NOW FOR THE WARM WEATHER THAT IS COMING HERE W. J. Nelson Co. 'SHERLOCK Portage La Prnir. and Selkirk were in favor of the re }bhit4bn, "carried -by a i ority iff three. Those who. votet against; the motion were the repre- sentatives of Medicine Hat, Jloose Jaw and .Saskatoon, I _________' CHURCH WON THE APPEAL INDIANS CONTESTED OWNERSHIP OP AFiss Grace C. Strachnn, the district superintendent of schools In New- York, who led the movement in her slate for equal pay for men and wo- men. London, July1 19.- The judicial com- mittee of the Privy Council .today dis- missed the Quebec appeal, Cprintbc and others th'e Ecclesiastics of the Seminary of St. Sulpice in' Montreal, which has under advisement' for some daja Tnteiesi in the case laj in the fact that the appeal of the ap pelhints "who are chiefs .of a band of Indians was on the claim .that ,tho seignory 'comprising the lands in question deeded to iheir prede Nobby Clothing t It yqii neeS anything tji (jje clothing line I am in buslim ana oun. deliver the goods liens OxfoidjSnoes on sale greyly reduced 'piices', I BUGHAN 1 4065th St. THE MEN'S MAN, Agent for SLATER SHOES Bryan-Block PEACE IV of Trance The higUcht couit jn the e'npire'lns ownership" bi the church. On Monday the Privy Council hears the Ne Temere appeal. After that is concluded the Canadian '.Minister of .Justice, .Doherty. goes over to, Paris He lie will visit Ireland- before sailing.' FRENCH.CRU1SER STORY UNTRUE Paris, July rumors cur rent at the Toulon naval station last nghf tint the French torpedo boat destroyer Cavalier had been sunk in collision while participating in. the manouvres and that a large number f. tbe crew were, drowned, were de- lared at "the" admiralty today to be vithout founfjatjon. Berlin will give the. Consolidated Rubber Company a bonus of James Iladden, Guclph hack driv- dead Rafter he had run across the street to stop two boys rom fichting was 5o >carg old Looks aa Though Be- tween Turkey and Itply, .Would Soon End Rome, Juh Is grow- ing impression in par lipinentary and diplomdtlc ciicleg that reace IB in sight The people are still pnthueiastk about, the re rent, succeaaes 'having further sdm national ardor but It it> dent that concerted eflcrts are being made to bring about a cessation of hostilities. Fiom all Italy being ad j 'ised W) treat diicctlj the Porte lave alreadj begun in roiistantinople The government deniil ol tills i? not It is stated upon good aiilhorify hat. while peace negotiations hSivr, been actually opened .efforts to; out-. line a, basis for negotiations are being m ide The ot Tawfilr Pasha as Giauil tbji chancob of iheirf'Blicceas s DOUBLE TRACK C.P.R. AkOUNP NORTH SHORE Port appari ently the Intention of the Canadian Railway to proceed with all Bpste In tnp double tracking of Us lino Around the north shoie of Lake Superior thus connecting up its double lines Jn.-the -West1 'with (hosexof East-, ern Canada A contiact was today' awarded to J F Heuiiscn of Port thur for a nine mile section, a short distance 'Cast of Port and It s understood manj other of, tha vill be similar JUIB Qirrerent in a are askec to ruih the work) T i. A school at Hamilton, Anttrilla, hit" Rent i silk flag to the Hamilton, school, boai'di 4 ;