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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta UAlLi SPECIAL For Friday and Saturday Shoppers We predict busy shopping hours on Friday .and Satin- day. .with .values such as .these to Interest Jiceli, and buyers Boot and Shoe Section Ladies' Slippers 50 Pairs Ladies' Suedo and Poplin Tie and. Strap Slip- pers; turned both French and Cuban 'lieels Shade? to match all gowns. Regular prices to J5.26 Specially Ladies' Ankle Pumps 25 Pairs Only Gray Calf Anklo Pumps of the famous Edwin. C. Hurt make; very smart fpr dresg wear. Various widths and full range or ladies' sizes.'. Reg. 15.50. Specially Men's Shoes and Oxfords Men's Box Calf a'nd Tan Bluchei cut Shoes and Qx in' p. of plain and fancy C, D B widths and full range of men's sixes Specially Dry Goods Section Remnant Sale sy ten days' selling during our recent sale, we together with ieg.ulii.i- price and reduced price foi the at a amount of savins Grocery Section Friday and Saturday Bargain To insure a busy two days' selling'in tho Grocery De- partment, arc orfeilng foi CVSH ONLY, and only parcel to aiii tin Joseph Tetley's Tea, ami a 2jOrpptind hag. or British Columbia beat quality granulated sugar. 'Regular price of these two .iilictes lb You may thorn on Friday and Saturday, .Other special tines in Groceries FRENCH 30cf.or.-2Sc; Regular 25e for 20c. FRENCH Reqular 25c for JOci Regular 20c for 15c. FRENCH bottle for 65c. FRENCH 35c for 30c. Rej. 30c (or 25c. GOODWILLIE'S bottles. ..All varieties, 35c Special value in Ladies' Outing Blouses We have told yo.u before about these smart Lawn, Em- broiderv and Print mouses we have at a complete range of siies foi you! selection on Friday and Specially Priced we advise you to shop early -OFFERED 'BUR8ARSHIP Ilegina, Jtiiy Ilev. ;A. E, DBMS, HA, BD, Head, has been offered the bursaiship of the new Reglna College. Jfr DBMS not yet; 'made' known; his Intentions, but It la'.expected that his definite answer regard to the offer will he knoon In the courae of a few days VICTOR VACATION WONT GRANT WHAT LABORITES WANT London, July House .Commons sat ..until five o'clock this morning "debating .bill Chancellor Lloyd George is in strong conflict- with the labor party, -which is seeking to amend the .bill tho direction of making the state under- take greater financial responsibilities so -that tlie workmen may pay small: er'contributions.. The .chancellor la resting on the .ground that be has already conceded over much in this direction. Relatlonv between the government "'and laborites are strain- ed. MORE WORK FOR BOB FLEMING Toronto, July J. Fleming manager of tne Toronto Railway Co md the Electrical Development Co will, it Is reported, succeed II. M Macrae as manager of the Toronto Electric Light Co., and so become ianccs Gra bam. M.. Johnsfcone. Mrs (IH Chown Mrs R T Hilj, am Miss Oertnirte Simpson. J. A. M.'Aikins For tlie first time '.in the his ton music in England, women have been heard in first-class orchestra Dr. is the first woman to in opcia produced m Eng land. She introduced a woman flan tint and percussionist, as well as a woman at (lie drum in ..the' orchestra which interpreted her harmonies at a London theatre, recently Previous to this a woman. harpist is the only feminine figure, which has appeared in first-class orchestra. Dr Smvth claims that women can look pretty playing wind iiistru- ncnts, -and, that the volume of sound iroduced is not effected by their fctn- ninity hut, rather by intensity of ecling, in which women ccrtainlv do not lack. These ladies were tested in s, which 1mvo hitherto taxed the capacity of the first-class male per- ormcr, and they stood "the test ad- nirahlv., There seems no good rea- why in future feminine frills hmilri not relieve the monotonv of ilack-coatcd .music masters in the iyiirphony orchestra. AFFAIRS OF WAVY CO. Chicago, Muly of F. Peavy and Co. will receive a state- of the company's financial con- dlllon today, aceorillng o %the announcement made to- lay, wofft on the accounts .arc be-n-j 1Mb id In order that the committee subfttantinl bails upon which to wprK In extending the loans f the concern which matures OB Ails- lot. FIREMAN KILLED IN CALGARY COLLISION Calgary, July C. P. n. wcstlwund train ran Into a freight train In the Calgary yard at 9.30 tonight and as a result Fireman Hey. meyerof Calgary Is dead and a num- Vcr of passengers received slight in- juries, principally bruises from being throvn violently against seats. The passenger had just slowed ui> tn crnna thd bridge over the Bow River and ran into an open switch where the freight was standing. The ehgliics interlocked anil were badly wrecked. The fireman Is said to have lost his life through his anxiety to save his assistant. He sav.- to it thst S.B- siatant Jumped to safety, and before he could save himself the Impact came, crushing him to death.' Two or thrpo inrn nn I ho frpipht trutn Here wrecked bin no cai on the pats J eager left the track. MAGIC BAKING POWDER DEAL WITH COAL STRIKE AT TOMORROW'S MEETING TALES OF THE STREET Board of Trade Council in Session Today The Executive or the Board o! Trade'held its regular .luncheon- at noon today in the Chinook.) Club with President Hatch anil Messrs. Downer, Tinning, .Taylor, Skeith, Conyhcare, Elton, Hull and Secretary Man war- ing, present A communication was read from the Fernie Board o[ Trade as to the action which might be taken by the Hoards.of Trade in the coal mining area toward, bringing pressure to bear the authorities to effect a settle- ment of'the present; coal situation, nd asking this Board to appoint delegates and .name a place of meet- ing for the Boards of Trade to con- sider the problem. It was the feel ng of the meeting that the matter be left over till tomorrow in order to gne tlie operators time to make a statement as a result of their meeting at Macleod yesterday. A ull discussion mil like place at the regular monthlj meeting of the tomorrow night A'letter from the Edmonton Board of .Trade.called to the-pres- ent shortage of cement foi huildinj, lurposes and asking the Hoatd co-operate, with them in order to do something to Ihc situi- tion. The matter will be referred to the Builders' Exchange for a report on local conditions, and if anything can he done to be tier-the1 cement sup ply in the West the Lelhbridgc Board of Trade will do all in. their power to do so. Vfcc-Prcsldont Whvte.'.of- the C.P K.( wrote stating that'the company had found if impossible to do any- thing, regarding the construction of the Lelhbridge-Wcyburn line from this end this year. This matter was left over for discussion bv the full Board tornoirov night when the rmtter of waiting on the Railway Commission at Kipn in .September in this regard will he .taken up. Messrs, Taylor, Hall and Man waring will prepare a full report on the proceedings up to the present stage for the meeting. Delegates were named, for the con- vention of the Western Canida. Irri- gation Association in Galgary .on Aug 8 1 10 and 11 Donald Duff and M. Snggitt. will represent the Board of rradt, md I) I Whitncj C H Daniel GLO O Heir U II Pawson, and J. Lloyd are dele- gales from- flic city The general monthly'meeting of .the Board of Trade will be held-tomor- row evening and all members are, re- (o be picbcnt as there arc several very important matters to come up p irlicnhilj the coal stnkp situation and the Lcthbridgc-Wcyljurn hue of the C p R VANCOUVER STRIKE ENDS stride in Jic building trades in Vancouver.end- ed todiU iftci i 'iix dispute, -hcrcarpentcrs deciding to return to work at H.2n per .day. All the uii- wliich went out in sympathy with the carpenters, will also resume work tomorrow morning, which neans thai. who have been idle while negotiations have been pending ull join 11 the procession seeking o again commence p'pcratiqns on the nnm biulflingi> undti, construction Hit, Diily uhich has been the tgin of the strikcis since June vhen three thousand of-the iitilihng trades went on strike, an o nerd tha1 hid been dc- Iiictl off the geneiil executive nd that it was left to individuarini- ons to decide whether they would re- urn to work, As a .matter of- fact most of 'the uions' had already returned to work nd official admission! that the strike over' was belated, Tlie unions returned to work gainst the wishes of the strike lead s mostly Socialists at ic head of' the Trades and Labor ouncil. The men are in the same position s they were before the strike except nt in trades which were pre- iotisly run on "closed shop" lines. re now "open shop." I'racUcnlly everything is now on ar Jen shop bisis Three weeks igc Inn manj workmen poured into the U fiom Seattle and other pi ices, le contractors slowly resumed work inounciiig open shop in ill adcs, and offering to take back rikcrs or anyone who applied. MINE NOT SOLD BY PAT; BURNS OVAL GEORGE MADE FINE TRIP Quebec, July steamer Roy George of the Canadian Northern teanishlp Company arrived at the this morning after the finest assage s0 far ihis season. 'Her act- al time from Nasho Point to this port wae half hour more'than the cord made by thelelile'r ship the oyal Bdwird last year. The Koyal eorge brought the American detect- e, Hums, who been in London deavoring to trace David I. Kapplln d Milton gchmWt In con- ctlon with the .McKamara trial. The oyal fieorge nrpughl a party fifty-three ibuy scouts. They pro- ceeded to Monlnml ao tha'itcumtr t ilgarj hih the ilorj that lie liad sold his. Thought" mine in Orient, Washington, is a fab- ric illon and started here .nitl in Winnipeg people in selling milling stock in properties in tlio uciiiitj the sLalunuil of ijnt Burns Mr. Bums stated that scon the article regarding the sale of the niiiiL in which the price. said to >c tS 000 000 ind he u islicd to stop orkmen en and otheis who mighl be induced to invest in surrounding pro- perties on the strength of thu> ticlc, from doing so He sllipfl a was started in Calgarj one ear ago In people interested in mines in the ticmltj, onl) at that tune the nrue tixecl at 000 Vt the present time the "First Thought" mine is clowd doun en u hen oner iting it is onlj em ploying about eighteen men. ONT. f CHILD'S DEATH Massle Loyvoucho, the three month old daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Mike Lo7iucho of No died this morning The funeral be held tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock from the Roman Catholic church." Father Tios- will conduct the services. The funeral will be in. charge P' Under- taker R. G. Addison. (By a Rambler Iheic is a dog In Lethbrldge who performs the novel duty of. looking after his master's saddle he goes to pay a call on-horseback, i The dog Is "Tlghc" and rotiter, F. F. Levant, and the latter aaya would not sell his Irish Terrier: for. less than five hundred dollars. .When 'Mr.. Levant dismounts he throws. reins on the ground and " ches bold of them Then until hli j master mounts, "Tighe" j walks up and down the pavement with the end of the reins m hit mouth, or stands stock the horse's aptitude to wander, away with his teeth. Both horse and dog thoroughly; un- derstand each other. Only-on one occasion has the former treach erotiB. That was last be took it into hifl bead to gallop down the street. On. that: occasion, when Mr Lei ant got out of he was in, he saw his horfe a hundred yards down Third avenue and ten lards behind the horse holding on like grim death the end of the reins Since then nothing baa been too good for 'Tlghe. Horseback riding seems to be- coming popular In Leth- bridge Tar more so than In the other Alberta A reason for thla wu en en bj James A Fisher ot Klpp, who said that Lethbridje wu the centre of the finest horse breeding country In as weir u ;the best wheat lands: In considering the splendid wheat prospects of Sunny Southern Alberta" he said the other assets of the Belly vallei and the broken country which stretches from tains are lost sight of Of courae mining is practically dead now, but all the same it isn t cracked up like it should be Where would Lnti hndge or Calgary be without any coal mines nearer than Ontario? Some of the finest horses bred in the world have been toaled right In Southern Alberta on the plains of them aprlnff origin- all] Horn English stock, or across the border from Montana, but. coupled with their breeding the air and pasture of Alberta aoon makw them Into horses fit to renrawnt tho province I more not gone and the United States from "Alberta to try for some of the1 big racing then." ROYAL GRENADIERS 1 SUFFER IOW Toronto i July In the Cope- land and Chatteraon building at 76 and 77, Queen street west early thla morning wiped out the handsome club rooms of the Grenadier aergeanta' mess, causing a money loss of 15000, and destroying prizes .the.posmlon. of whldi can nmer be replaced, In djng photographs and of officers long since deed, a group paint- ing ten :by eight feel of the regiment In 1S92 valuable shooting and other trophies won by the regiment, and a fine collection of old rifles and Indian relics brought from the af-' tcr the rebellion ;or 1885: r Jamrs F Jones clerk of Stam- ford tou nslup dead Big Discount Sale AT THE qi- V, Wilson Furniture Co. 11TH rOfl THE Next Ten Days 20 Per Gent. Off >11 .Wall Curtntni, Madras; Muslin, Etc. Knamelwire 10 Per Cent. Off j All' of Furniture, Beds, ffiiittressos, for CASH ONLY PHONE 1023. PHONE I02J. ;