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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta dii.y, .fiily 10, THE LKTITBBIDGE DAILY HERALD CLEAN-UP SALE Now for a Sweeping Clean-Up Sale of Summer Goods A small investment a man in possession of plenty of Good Clothes. What a chance is this for the man whose love for Good Clothes is bigger than his pocket book. He can at last have really something fine for a small want no "carry Run your eye down the list of a few of the many bargains we offer at this sale. 25 per cent off FIT REFORM Progress System L Brand All tlicse well-known" tailor-made suits al a saving of 25 cent. Mon's Xegligee Shirts in W. CK R. Toolcc makes etc., regular Lo sale ...................Sac Men's Negligee Shirts, Collars at- tached, icgiilar sale price Woe. Men's Ballmggan Underwear reg- ular fJOc, sale...... Ualbriggan Underwear, regular 75c; sale........'. J.0e. Men's Straw and Panama Hats at Cost Special in Men's Stiff hats, Christie make; regular Bargai ns m SHOES Men's Patent A7ici and Velour Ox- fords, regular sale-price (Geo. A. Slater Make) _ Men's Patent Colt Bals., Geo. A. Slater make, regular sale price per pair........ "The Home of Carhartt Overalls" THE 2 M's McKELVIE McGUIRE DISGRACEFUL DEEDS BY WOMEN Suffragists Resort to Black- guard Tactics to Annoy Premier Asquith Dublin, July IS.-Thc British 1'duio Minister received a vociferous popu- lar welcome here loniglit.. On liis ar- rival he met by Augustine Bir- rell, chief secretary for Ireland, the national leaders and the mayors oi nuhlin, Cork anil other cities. A torchlight -procession with forty fcand.i and thousands of lights, escorted the carriage to a liotcl-.ainld. a sustained roar oi welcome, the premier oon- stanlh standing in his (..image and bowing Ins acknowledgments and Mis Asquiih scattciing fluwerb among the crowd. Suffragettes chartered small boats at Kingstown, with a. view of. mak- ng a demonstlatlon on ihp arrival of the Premiers lioat, but prevent- ed from doing so by the vigilance of .be authorities A serious aflau seemingl} of .SuftragcUe origin, occui- eil, however, at the Dublin Theatre, vhrre Mr. Asquith speak tonior- During an .entertainment, a lilnz- ng chair, apparently oil soaked, viai ilium .LYE: MAKING SOAP ISOFTENING WATERI I REMOVING OLD PAINTl I DISINFECTING SIN faOSETS.DrWINS.ANCB I FOR MANYOTOER FWQ5EI THE STANDARD 'ARTICLED SOLD EVERYWHERE? GOOD FARMING AND GOOD CROPS THEY GO TOGETHER IN WARNER DISTRICT REPORTS HERALD: CORRESPONDENT Warner, luh is the district tributary to .Warner, ..which includes tlie homestead district .60 miles crops Hut weie properly, nut in. on .ground properly prepared are m condition to produce a yrad jield the other Iiand, crops put iii on'soil or stubblerwitli- out plowing are at little or couut in ulinost ever) instance. K is the same old storv o[ tr} tug to "something loi i.olhing" Farmers will put in sreJ here in such a way brown from a bos, into the orclies- m ground that it could not ra I'he cut tain at the bov caught I he to produce a crop in re-and. the audience was .thrown in-' o Utemlanls extinguished the (lames nd order restored ho occupied the bov made ncr es ape from the theatre. It developed later Hut a second vvo- tan was in the hox and. aided -tn. 'the icendiarisip. In the .confusion- one i the women got an ay. but the oth- practical class of farmers, who was arrested. She he exam- g by a tomorrow." She said to be an English suiUagette INJUNCTIONS AS AIDS TO PARTIES Veti ton, hans July Froil republican national commit- tcoraan from Kansas, lias obtained an injunction Iiom Judge Brinine In the district court here late vestcrdav prohibiting men' count! clerk in irom putting the names of KoosovcH clectoi'i in the primary liillots to be iote.1 upon Vugust (ith Hackers of Col. Hbosevelt had an- nounced that if electors were defeat- ed in the prim lit tlicir names would be placed on the November ballot bj petition. CUTTING WHEAT AT MAGRATH VERY SOON Gram is Ndw Beginning to Turn to Golden Color Magratb, three weeks less than "When tile giound ifa cohered with I 111 at Jeast one citj In Norway a trackless trolley car hauls as a trail- er a passenger on run- I ners. J. D. HiginboUiam Co. Llcl ch ug store is the ojilv placo in the city where you can buv (he Greaf Fronqli. TOJIIC and Blood pur- ifioi. Jl VIGOROL G ei a today and. tomorrow you'll be iuly In the .farmers in SlaBtstli will be harvesting their fall wheat. Reports coining in from "the countrv are to the effect that a number, ol fields arc already showing the tinge of yellow, and if the countrv is bless- ed with some good, hot weather it will turn quickl} Most of the fill uiirat siifficientlj high when it was only necessarj to scit lor the seed over the soil and run the harrow over the land, ind on same jiclds would be taken oit. But this tune hat passed. What the old-timers did cannot he done today. This is a truism, and the fact will be lorciblj Brought home .to many over anxious farmers'this year. The grain is growing lieilltltulh and if the present ideal weather con- tinues we will have the earliest liar vest in years. Oats, flax and birle) arc showing up well, and nngmficent crops will be garnered of these grains. There arc a few particularh A A Jt HERE'S A SUMMER DAY PUZZLE make cutting practicable, notvvith-j One patches of barley in the distr ct standing the roraplamt that the which goes to prove tliat this crop "heat vvoull be too Ion lor the bin- is reasonably sure under ordimrv con der 1 his is a iv rong impression ind ditions. even bit ol the fall wheat will he] hancslcd speaking the' ciops in this district ire satis fnctorr and the firmer? arc looking lorwird to an earl) harvest I .c in m It is now plamlv evident that thu not so great as last year. I his was late giam is the better gride I hit. due to the unusually large number was sown catlv m the season j that were, placed in for in that dca ers are prcpir for "e fa" rush' In VIOOHOL Is a French Tonic composed of, 'harmless ingred- ients, compounded by chemists. It Is r.lrely can get a raedloiiiB that .'will do its work as quickly as.' VIGOROL. You at onco feel stimulating effects Rheumatism ca.n and will be driven away If. you take VIGOROL. It 'makes you -feel like a new person in a fow days. Aie you not feolipg jourself? Have 3ou that tired, lazv feel- ing? Do jou feM dlzzj' If' io. there Is something wrong. Drive It away bj taking You 'will' eat and feel better in a few days. If'.yoii don't .1. D. Higlnbotham Co., will refund you your dollar.' VIOQROL 'will cure all kidney, liver and sto- mach trouble, biHons-neas and in- digestion, .and tones up the en- tire system. his suffcied far mole liom the drj ncather than the (hat ,own later While none of the gram experienced sweeping injntv fiom tlie diotlghl thcie were several portions jot the district that cpnfuncd fields that were beginning to go down, through the heat Poitunatcl) the tun came it i most fortunate moment Had no moisture fallen for a week longer, it 1 would he sifc to saj lint scared, i fittj pet cent of the cioyi would ha c ilcen Inncsted As K expected by some of the farmers arc greith below then early ejjpecta i tions when indications pointed to a I i. Gait, July are, few children, who cau boast tliat- they have t.vvo" grandmoth- ers and four living, distinction can be claimed by Alice, the 7-hionths-oId.. daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Ray flumphrey, .who liv eneai- Troy. The' maiden name of the child's mother was Pearl Culham, and she was the daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. Nelson Culham, Sheffiedd. The mother of Nelson Culhain. .Mrs. John Culham, New Sheffield, is living, as is also the mother of Mrs. Nelson Culham, 'who John Harvie of Branch- ton. The.mother of the child's father is Mrs. .lames Humph rey, and her mother, Mrs. Em- itnerson Clement, lives at Lyn- den, and 'Mrs. James Humph- rey's mother, who. is Mrs John Humphrey, of Troy, is (n her ninety-! hird year. year almost sixty of these nnchincs were sold .to farmers in the Aligrath district alone. Thus the demand for this year has fallen off in marked degree, yet in face of the fact just recorded, it is'ariiazing the num- ber that arc coming in: It is prob- able that about half of the number, sold last season will he disposed ui in 1012. This will he very satisfac- tory, and the are pleased with the outlook. _ There, is 'a steady de- mand for other farm implements, .1 is sure, and may be relied upon, but just "what the crop will amount to, no onw is in a position to state. Add- ed to this is the peculiarity of the season, which makes it impossible to form an estimate as compared with normal years, and this fact renders (i rational statement hardly possible be- fore the returns from some of the fields to come in FIREMEN'S DEMONSTRATIONS Chief Hardie and a small team of men will attend the provincial fire- men's demonstrations in Pincher Creek next week. It takes eleven to make a full team, but the minorities hardly feel justified in al- it is believed thai; as the falladvanc-.jowin? tliat. many to leave the city. A es the market will strengthen, cordinglvvThc acreage that will shown to fall wheat blc that of trill, easily dou-inieet- largo attendance from all over province is expected to attend MILK RIVER Milk town is to a photo gillen look plcasatii lust ask I irkei The lumber yards have "been doing good business this spring and sum- mer. Good-sized houses 'and barns have been built, 1 Nash friends here tins HP is goiiit to Ontario soon and purposes to enter Y'.M.C.-A; work', The Dank of Commerce is Iiavnie'-'a, well dug. Good.water to twenty-five feet is the rule-here. Phis is one of the advantages of Milk iver location. 0. Pitzmatirice made a business trip :0 'Lcthbridgc Monday Mrs v Ness is enlarging her .hotel ".to to accommodate the .travel ing public. 0 I littmunce is ploughing some crop under. This is not, heavy nough for suit him. We ull sec vtlnt eiTrrt it Mill Imc up i) next year's crops. Mrs McCrearj is A niting hci auglitcrs. 6 The spring wheat is optionally f It js as yet a little early to form good uhorp proper methods nf culti 'an' estimate of the yield of the ion beep followed The im district, and the wise will rcfroia mouse tracts of lird that wpre plan! froin slating the- amount at this time cd on stubble which had nof been of the sqason. -Rome report's place plowed ire not showing up lo %en (he crop.'a way up in the millions, fnoiapleaddnlage ami stand out is but a .true, careful view shows this incontrovertible warning to Uieho'bc somcwhnl overestimated. IIow- who p, rsist in followIIIB; ever, it gi.cs without lljat .V.v the-c methods the hnd HI not gnifl, returns will show up "favorably, slind fot at this of the eoun- that she.will compare'tavoraliiy tr} development Ihcic was n time wilh any part of the orovincc.- This Two Voices from The Ground You arc invited to hear this Sermon next Sunday evening at First Baptlit Church. HREW HIMSELF OUT OF TRAIN WINDOW Tofleld, Alia., Jjily man said i bo Willis Appleby, a passenger on le westbounfl Edmonton' G. T: P. ex- ress, apparently threw himself irongli tbe ;window of 'the train on aturday as the train approached Hoi- en at the rate'of 45 miles an hour, was seen by fellow passengers nly just as he'disappeared through e window. The train was brought a stop, returning to (he spot where e incident occurred within three mites, Tito man was seen running f towards the hrush. The train rim ack a few miles to Bruce, notifying section gnng to go out after an, and also secured permission om Moldfln to send (he sectionmeii's ictor to the scene, These found aces of blood across the pTalrie, ading: to a spot in the brush. When iintl tiid victim was 'bleeding, pro- sely from knife slashes across both wrists, (lie arteries being severed. He was taken to Hplden, where his par- ents reside, the doctor's care ahd mounted police (surveillance. It j Is understcod thfi charge of attempted j ouicide will preferred against him. It is not known .why he attempted self-destruction. Another outrage occurred while the was passing'.Princess St. A woman thien a Hatchet at the pla- nner's cainage, hut nobody was in- jured. On the arrival of the carnage at the hotel, Ptemier and Mis Asquith, John E. leader- of the lush Nationalists and the Lord Majot of Dublin, ptoceeded to an elaborately decorated halconv where Mr Redmond welcomed the prime minister. Great crowds gatheted in the st'ect and gave the Premier an Ml Asquith in a brief speech, said that this was the first tu.ic the Chief Minister1 of the crowd had visited Iiei ind since the act of union and it was bcvond his'power to adequately think Ihc people for their magnifi- cent -and irtcmorahle' welcome Tie came cm a mission of peace. The liner said that he wai the ambassa- dor-of a Ircaty of perpetual peace between Ireland and Great Britain ind ho assured the lush people on behalf of the Liberal partv and the Blitihh democracy that they meant to bring their cause to a speedy' is- sue. The procession then reformed, 'and Hie path drove to the A ice Regal lodge where the) will be guests during their slay in Dublin. The woman arrested at the theatre gave the name of Kvansi .She said she came fiom England. Itji, found in I he According to the latest reports the hatchet which was thrown "at the a couiitn plentj of rainfall, and, still look for it to "make good" m Ubcrta, the- lainfal! is Vnowu to he limited and also the rain is not likeh to come m sufficient quanti- ties just .it tbe right time during the .spring, months to make a crop from top moisture. One might look For better sense in the, hard-licadeii settled -.ip Net only are 1huj losing their and seuil on crop poorJj put in, but land thus worked soon becomes filled with foul seed and will not raibo a clean ciop again until after years ot 'care- ful ciiUnation It is appalling to see Urn nunvb'cr bt.acrcs of vir- gin soil free from noxious weeds, that become less valuablp every year through pooi cultivation .Just so soon as fanners m Albert a an ncH soon as farmers learn that farming imist he done light in Alberta ell average crops be laised even rear. KEPT THE OLD HALF WAY HOUSE prime minister struck Mr. Redmond on the head, inflicting NO SETTLEMENT OF DOCK STRIKE DEATH IN ENGLAND, OF vy. H- LONG, A TIMER isstie'' of the Gloucester, (Eng contains _the ac- count, ol- tlie funeral-ot the late Wil- liam Henry Long, died at Inns- north, England, on June 32nd last, aged ol )ears Mr one J the "olil-tinieis of Macleod He cam4 out in 1SSO and established and toe long fcinic maintained the ay; house, oa the stage road between' Rlaclcod and Lelhbridge, which lasted, until the poming of the lailway. MG left for the old countiv in the early, nineties and managed ,1 hotel lor eial jq.irs, Imailv retiring [loin husi- ness: v With y.n Long and their child, Mi Long paid a visit to Maolerfd about eight }ears agd, which is London, July negotiations looking to-the .settlement o( the Lon- don doclv slnke have aglin failed Late last night Premier Asciuith and Lord Dpvenport thp latter reproseiit- ing 1he jjort-authority, represent- atives or the .men at the premier's official residence, but Jio agreement was'reached and tlie con'terence was ndjonrned At conclusion V6f second vras anndimcod that no progress was made. ACUTE CRISIS IN ALBANIA TAYLOR TO PAY ..OFF DEBT Kingston. July Taylor, forllier Conservative whip, will pay off thn SlioOO remaining debt on Grace .Methodist church. Rannnoque. In honor of his wife's blrllidar. London, July Salonikl correspondent of the Times comment- ing on the dangercnS sltiiat'ori in Al- bania gays that whereas protests here tofbre have almost..invariably, 'beer accompanied by expressions of loyaltj to the Khallfiate, tlie Albanians are now beginning to threaten to appeal lo another state for protection. remembered Mi Long is by, two biotlicrs, II G Long, of Stand- Off, and J. T Ixing whose home is in B 0 Also a sister, Mrs Ureh, wife ol Landlord Urch, of the Mon- arch Hotelr GIVEN A GREAT SEND-OFF Winnipeg, Juiy Royal Highnesses, the Duke of Corfnanght and. the .Princess left'for the can't to- night on. a 'C-. seven o'clbok, P H special train at after spending eight -Wlnnipec An iiutomoblle procession two miles long; containing over 1000 cars follow- ed the Royal party to .the station ANOTHER SIRDMAN KILLED l.cipsic, Saxony, July I'ronsser, a Herman military nvlafoi was .killed here today as lie was male. Ing a landlliK'after u flight. "The ohino turned over after it slnicli Ihe groiind, (he airman being caught beneath the engine. Knights of Pythias Lctjhbridge Lodge No. Knights of Pythias will hold their annual Church Parade Sunday, July 21st The brothers will meet at Cast tie .Hall at 7 p.m., sharp'andv proceed to .-Wesley Me-thodlit' church. All menibeis and vhsltint; brethren are InUted to attend ;