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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HU3 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD pSiiOE POLISH I Needs fust n daub, I ing and easily lovived bluno Polo tomes m j oBICJljoj: Atallgiocoisandshoesloies "Goad for Letther-Sttnd. the PI If Million Dollar Fire Visits Van- couver, B. C. (Continued .-from front going hack for more things that had to .he carried .to .safety down the lad: dois One man thiew i pack of cards on! of a window befoie h would be assisted donn The lunibe pile of the l.ntlsh Columbia Stippl Co at the re it of the Royal Georg adjoining the D. (J. tflcctrii rallwas cai ehedi, tell a. quick to the fliuiios Ml the luinbor s.toroi theie foi Ihe ti ide bj flu Fiasei VMs compin) wat lost Add to tbe.thundoi of the I oofs of the Champion and White vare house was tho noise of crackling car frames.. Six were burned. Scores o others wore removed from tho sheds ,Jn -a string which extended south as and Qorclcmi streets' Office fuinlshiugb of IhjTsheds veie rjsmovod with the proixrty of Kiresti of UfK Rojal George Hotel 10 eating houses ,ind prh ate apai tments across'the ;street. When half one .o'clock tlie wind veered around to the oast, 'dashes were made 'for these places It was feaiccl that tlie: fire, intent jjimp the street and de- vour many ivooden buildings there. Before five o'clock the fire was under control though plates weic still smouldering EMPEROR IS ALL Ifil Tokiry Tulv MutfiuhH is ciitlcallj ill Htb Is suffei jng -rroni affections of the; stomacl ,nid bum Ho unconscious jes ierday. MEDICINE HAT BONOS SOLD Medicine Hat, ..July Wood, Guiuly and'Cb.. Toronto. tho fiscal .ageufs. -for. the1 city, have completed -the, sale of A worth of cilv lichen- ttires, securing net to the city for them. Considering-the present slate of the bond mar- ket, this prlco-.fs an. excellent selling great deal lower price, Vancouver, for instance, get- ting only 9-1 while other cities are not selling any bonds this year at.all. i t j EARTH QUAKED 23 TIMES Gait and Pins to purchase hondi of the L E N Radial Rail i i llaj tlie sli veni old daughtei o John llnhehill Klngmcre Quc Wiled bj lightning Guadalajara July 20 icsterdaj filled Olio itreeJ w ith debris nom shattered houses damaged to somr extent al nost every building, in the city and done hundreds of citoens panic Uncken the open Twen- -y-thrcc slibcks were felt Between unriso anil sunset. No loss of life as reported. Ko impprtarit trucLlires wcic destroved but llic Orphan Virliurr and Tele i iph buildings were barilj damatced ijill problblj he iininhalnlahle FOUND DYING BESIDE BODY SISTER, A CORPSE A YEAR Old Woman on Guard'Over Remains of Relative With Whom She Had Shared Prosperity and Poverty Ionian lull gruesome storv ofitwo aged sisters whose wish had teen riot to he parted m death comes todij from Gatesbead wheie an old woman was found at the point of death beside the corpse of her sister. lhasisteis weie named Neill Both and retiied dress makers. At one time 'they conducted a nourishing employed many assistants. As they became old their compeusation dwindled and1 they went.-to- -a small- house. One of nhq had not heard from them in a long time REPORTED ALLIANCE ALARMS CHINESE GREATLY CONCERNED OVER UN- DERSTANDING 8ETVVEEEN RUSSIA AND JAPAN Peking, July that Rus- sia ami Japan arc about, to enter in to an alliance have alarmed the Chi- nese who have.licen viewing nvith tre- pidation recent advances, particular ly on the part of Uussia, in outer Mongolia and in Western China. Jt is the belief of the, Chinese that activi- ties of (he government of the Uzar presage evil towards them. Lately Japan has included inner Mongolia in her claims ol "special which indefinite terms means a great area of China. This is a new attitude for Mapan to take and China is utterly helpless to pre- vent encroachments while l-'uropean alliances sHnd in tin, way of action In- most of the powers. Whether the report of the Rtissp- Japmesi, pact is true or not the sit- uation in China' is'dangerous. Fears are expressed that the province niay split off fron tile central government which is niinifctth ncak and in no Pane WATCH YOUR CHILDREN'S HEALTH If eny of your children seem to be pale mid anaemic, growing or ;oo slowly, don't start doctoring them, food is tlie keynote of a child's ind health. Some children owiujj to jo institution ill. weakness, or as a result of children's diseases, will not thrive on food from which stronger oia-s benefit. In such crises tlie addition of Movril to the diet Will produce mtirkt'd results. Bovril is concentrated heef in its best and most Stringent scientific tests'have shown that it is a great Ijotly-bnjlder. It is in itself a .highly condensed food hut it possesses the remarkable power of enabling the system to draw the full store of nutriment from ordinary food. Give your child between meals once a day, ;t cup of worm milk, hi which you have stirred a spoonful of Uovril, and irv.a dash of Bovril iiTyour gravies, sauces and soaps. It will he not only the delicate ones who will appreciate the added zest, all will benefit from the increased nutrition. .1.7-12 WHOLE CONTINENT COST .THAT MUCH DISAPPROVE OF "GARY DINNERS" A FEATURE OF THE REPORT OF THE STEEL TRUST INVESTI- GATING COMMITTEE Washington, -July a sus- siou lasting until midnight, tlic ma- jority members of- the house sled trust iuvesligating committee failed to reach a derision on Ihclr report- to congress, the chief isting over the section of the report written by> the chairman, Represent- ative Stanley of Kentucky, on tlie absorption by ihe.U. S. -Steel Cor-, poration of the Tennessee'Coal and Iron company in features of the report the oum- mittee are-agreed arc.-bills for reme- dial legislation, particularly the amending of the' Sherman anti-trust law. This will declare all restraint of trade to-.he unreasonable, and ;put upon defendant corporations the bur- den of proof that" they are reason- Madrid, July .._. recently discovered at Palos, Spain, contains .interesting able., Jt will also granl, to indivi- I ddals the right to intenene in suits and to recover .damages from corppr- ,le'Jger'' ations, of violating Hie anti-trust laws. The report will disapprove of the so-called "gary dinners" characterix- .conilition either to .quail'. disscnUon at i concerning ihe outlay home or to i repeal a hostile move I roado by .Christopher Colum- j s0' jrom abroad. biis oh his .expedition to the "'E then, as "just as cilectne in dom- The National Assembly vetoed .to- ti'iew world. iuaun? pncps as the old pools and personal, ..expenses of agreements. Columbus and .his officers were j The plan suggested h; Elbcrl day all of President Yuan Shi Ka's i nominees for cahinct portfolios As'a Col.iimbus h's were j The plan suggested hj KLbcrl II result of -the Assembly, action a m0lUh Gan' of the Board of Di- Prcimrr I u Chens alone N CrGW' that rectors of f he f S Sbel sign immeiliatcly. REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAL Madrid Cuh correspond- ent of the Universe p ublished at OieniL fapam has Wnt a despatch' this ciU saj ing Hut a revolution h hroken out at Lisbon and Oporto Portugal. This news was- received at Orcn In w ol a town in near the Portuguese border. It is impossible to secilvc eifli confirmatiOTi or denial ol this repo and ofhcial ciioles iu Madild lia recened no information concerning-'it. The -AliniBter of Ihe Interior, Sent. Barroso, this afternoon confirmed statement published in an Orehs ,the Universe, that a r volution had broken out at Lisbon ;an Oporto. I the voyage lasted .j. The cost of the discovering .j. impracticable and u of. America was; about constitutional fr Mrs. Gordon Wright, president the Dominion, Women's Christia Temperance Union, and a sistei KILLED BY A. STREET CAR' N. W. Rowell, K.C., is strongly oppo Sarnia, Ont., July A., Sin- ed to a recipe published in sundi clair, former principal of the high. Liberal newspaper? advising leade called jesteidav to see the sisters and filled to get ff replj io a knock at'lhe door The dooi was broken down ind he younger sister, was found In a tate of collapse, unable to speak. BUT HE MUST1-HAVE 'BLOND Widower Eight Times a Millionaire ni Another Mate York July cheeks ajid hapjjy dispos tion drem rieatlv' but pi unh are o good family, -well educated and no over twenty years, there is an oppor tunlty to marry a man n-orth a: trifl -_ et ...1.11 nullu M.LII1I beside the raummifled cojpae of the over who has commission oldei was attired Dalid L Haiflenbiook W Fulton n her night dress s 6et Long fin him a wife. He ib sixtjtno old and widower of six mouths. He finds, lit intolerable without a wife Bagdad 1ms opened bids for install ing an electric lighting plant and the army post is considering :a 'telephone system for the whole city HON W.M. PATTERSON IS SERIOUSLY ILL TFERE is no kind of lumbor much junk Js put as laths The result is bid -nork" We this and laid our ehes out Io supplj onlj Selected laths Oui i ay for this extra trouble will come m join continued satisfied trade Farmers' Lumber Co.Ltd- in Southed Albeit.l See oorTiia sign "THE LETIIBJttDGE LUMBER YABD" The v.ud heio all the material is under cover July Win. Patterson, fc-rmerly Minister v of Customs, who came to Otla wa three weeks ago, has had a recurrence of heart trouble. with which he was prostiated last winter His condition is reported to be serious, air Patterson had a bad turn to- A night. A cash Jfajullos fully modem cott'igc on cst- jninsler Road close to 7th Avenue. Apply 206 SHEKLOCK BUILDING Of Alberta, who will attend the Dry school was struck and Instantly killed toy a- street car here this after- to "add a.half a. cup'of the best brand for every pound of fruit" in prcser ing peaches WAS BIG CROWD AT BARONS CELEBRATION Ram Set in jtf'4 o'Clock, But People Had Fine Time News of a Busy Little Town Barons July weather pre oft, .but with the first of the.rain Ih today ujj to: a> short time befor 4 o clock, when the sports in con nection the third annhersarj o :he "town''were called off ori-accouh the rain the day peopl commenced'to flock into town in'auto nobiles. and other conveyances at noon there was a larger In Barons than your correspondent had -et seen on its streets. At each end t the main street streamers were trung across -from one side to the ther bearing the inscription 'Wei ome while flags weie 01 everal of the 'buildings and the var ous .business places decorated in eeping: with the occaBlon. After .dinner tho crowd .wended its 'ay to the baseball ground.where af- sr a' somewhat tedious delay a game as" played 'between the Turin and arons teams. From ihe first to the sKth innings ie Barons aggregation held the score their opponents down to-one run hile in the meanwhile they had eadily increased their tally from one n up to six. In'their seventh inn- gs, the Turin combination ade three more making .the taT score in favor of Barons, this stage of the game the umpire, r Hyslo'p of Carmangay, called the me on account of the rain. There WT? some good on both aides but not without several errors) pn'thejnart of (lie outfielders -The Turin team was composed o Dentpn, Rutledse, Clark, W. Noble, N'oble, Silbe, .M. Noble, Croft ant Ceary. Barons Gco. Moore Lezie, Pulley, J. Moore, Deverick, ford, and Ellering, The arrangement, was that the Car niangay team play the winners in (he evening, but (lie rain at time of writ- ing has all the appearance of prevent- ing the program of sports in that re- spect from being carried out. Immediately after the baseball game races were to come For Teething: Children Farming Congress If your he J L Mathleu. Co., rmttt crowd quickly dispersed from tho called. T. L. Berringcr, for several niMths n charge of tlie Farmers' Exchange t this.place, resigned his position and eft for Calgary this week. W. Sharf t now in charge. Ed, Chipman has his well drilling Outfit ai Peter LundV? place in the 'outskirts of town once mprV and will sink another well ou the oremim. i Thp days of "lotting Bill your now lor a week" to break iliom in', is that Is II jon bin the right kind of shoe, and the dealer knows how to fit feet I The shoe of !oila> Is made along bcientific fashioned and formed lasts of composite measurements and unless the foot to bo fitted is exceptionally odd. it's an easy matter to fit it snuglv nith an easy, non pinching shoo that will be as comfortable the day if0 first worn, as the old ones you arc about to discard IF YOU HAVE HAD TROUBLE IN THIS REGARP SUPPOSE YOU LET US SEIUYOU YOUR.NEXT PAIR OF SHOES. YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO JACRIFICE STYLE FOR COMFORT OR THEY GOiHAND. IN- HAND. Phone 1512 PHONE. Martin's Baggage. Transfer 1386 SOLDIER GOES CRAZY Pembroke, Out, July 19 Some veekb aeo Sergeant Mather Dunstin f the permanent force, who had been tattooed at Halifax and who came Ith his regiment to Petawawa. mlli- ary camp, mysteriously nd for a time it was feared that he ad either been accidejtally drowned i committed suicide lie had seen en ice ra fnoia and like all others ho spent a lengthy period icre, the heat affected him seriously j nd foi a time before he dteappeaied was noticed that -he was acting Tangely Eaily In the week a far er said he saw him in tlie woods ear Chalk ruei and since that'nirte hers say posithclv that they havV ien him He is evidently determined keep out of i each, forts to catch him e so far prov- d futile He appeal s to be leading a -wild fe though his means of .subsistence a mjsteij as residents of the let doclaie thai he has not come ear them for food. Sergeant John Morrison, a South fncdii, uas found starling in Ham- Xniglifs of Pythias. Lethbridge Lodge No 2, Knights of Pythias will hold their annual Church Parade Sunday, July 21st The brothers will meet at Cas- tle llali at 7 sharp and pioceed to Wesley Aiethodis't church. t tAll members and visitlnR brethren are to attend. EARLY CLOSING NOTICE During the months of July and August our store will close 1 p m every We earnestly solicit the co operation of our customers In this movement as mid week rest for our employees will in- sure you a.better service. SOUTHARD'S Fashionable Apparel (or Men' and Lethbridge, Alkcita E-M-F Mile Proof Some things about a eii- you on tee and easily, others a httle driving will demonstrate, but It tike, miles to prove the real >nd in a car. rl It is in the 10.000 mile chiraetenttict th.t Stud.buker- E M. F. 30' and Flandtrs "20" cars are moit clearly flrmt. The better you know them the better you like them. Your confidence Is continually repaid because E. M. F. and Flander. are built In the larg.it and best automobile factories in by irrn who ire careful of a minor bearing adjustment as w art of the car's appearance. CANADIAN CAR FOR CANADIANS "20" Tourlnj car, f.o.b. Walkerylilt With, Top, .Windshield, and Speedometer, JI11.0.. Send for our catalogue. It will interest you The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Ltd. WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO LOCAL AGENTS: Western Auto Company UETHBRIDOE TELEPHONE ;