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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LErilBKIDGE DAILY HKKAM) 'Friday, July 21, 101J. Say "I want Blue Ribbon Tea" Mention the name you buy tea. Otherwise.there is a chance that-yp.u get Blue KIbbon which is guaiantced euperlo. to other tea. If you are not satisfied with it %ou meieh to iKurn tte packet to jour grocer and authorize him to lefund ai unce HAYTI American War Depart ment Sends Cruiser to the Scene of Revolution GIRL TOOK THE BOOZE HERSELF t_- Indian Lass Not Supplied With it by a Man; Police News Port nu- I'rlnce. llnytl, .Inly The by Indian for a" The iniiala love of the full blooded FEAR A STEAM COAL FAMINE Tlait the present slnKe is ser loush affecting tbe of steam coal, '.in' the siatos of "Washington and Oregon aud Vortlitra idal o be seen from the folio jug resolution j submitted b tiQ extern I-ucl Asso-J elation ot' Spoi-an- to the Foard of j Trustees of the Chimbrr ot Commerce, ,cnd "'unanimously passed by that body on 'That whereas there has been a pro- longed coal stri'ie In the Crow's Nest PRsi co-l scrtion of Southern Alberta and eastern British Columbia. ,which commenced March 29 and -has- contin- ued to the present time, with no ap- parent prosnect of 'settlement" as be; tween the mine owners and their em- ployers; and "Whereas the further prolonging of .this strike will result in gteat injury and the British Columbia and will .cause the users tot'-'steam ,coal in- eastern "Washington and northern vlaho to pay a higher price for their coal "than charged for coal' from the Crow's Nest Pass, section: and 'Whereas the supply of coal from the Crow's Nest Pass mines is large- Ij used in eastern ashmgton and Idaho, and furnishes prac tically the.entire supply of steam coa for the Spokane market; and '-Whereas a. large number, of our citizens are interested to a large fi' nanclal extent in the mines of Brit- iih Columbia'and Albena; and 'Whereas the Spokane Internation- al Rail-oad is owned bj Spokane cJti zens and has given not only access to the supply from.these mines, bui in the .transportation of this commodity Therefore be it resolved that in the Interest oMhe consumers and in- vestors in the Inland Empire in the coal mining industry of the "Crow's Nest Pass section the Spokane Chun ber ot Commerce reqjcst the Cham hers o' Commerce Commercial Clubs Board- of Tride of eastern Wash tngton and northern Fdiho British Co lumbi? and AJocrfi to co-sidct way and means o co operation for the purpose of assisting in the settlement of the strike In addition to show ing ide spread area affected the stnl-e the aboie resolution goes to show that one of the best o itsidf fat A'Scriv and British Columbn Paufu Sutet ,ind fwither that stntes to a giedt eueit de -this district for their.coal t SUPT HUSSEY Tul 21 I sev hetd ot pi 01 men! polite of British Columbia d eJ heit eailv du i illness "ROYAL- RESIDENCE INIIRELAND London, July royal resi deuce.' in Ireland has been sug gestsd ,in .the highest quarters, says the Dublin correspondent of the Times, and this idea has been accepted. UHH) men who iirrived durins tbe night from the south on !i Gcnium sicnmer, has organized resistance to "the revolutionists, who are threaten- ing the capital from Ihe north. Pre- sident Simon is directing the defence of the palace. General Sylvain, the hew secretary of interior, has taken command of the government troops, concerted at the port of Arc-hale, sev- eral miles west of Port au Prince in- to districts, rebels arc swarming. Towns that are In arms arc form ins revolutionary com mi It GPS coin posed chielly of followers ot" General Anteii- ir. former leader of tbo revolt of 190: ivho recently fell out with President Simon and has since been suggested is ihr noxt imnmibent in tbe presi- dent's chair. The American Petrel ar- rived here today. Foreign residents have raised Hags of their respective countries over their homes, it is re- ported that the United' States yacht American, privately owned vessel, wlncli has been cruising" in these wa (ilnn girl of.about seventeen years.of nge into a pack of trouble on Wednes- day night. It BeoiuB Lhnt slic lias juat lately returned from the Industrial school near Okptoks and was slaying with some in the A'lexandra Addition. Oii Tueiday night George Whitford, a half brought home four bottles of beer, and with n friend had drunk one, of them and left the ters. It, foreigners on board Washington, July other three on his Mtiry Liifrom- goise got hold of them uml tool; them to Smith's house and shoved them under a bed; Here the girl, Susie Smith, found them, utul was soon drunk as she admitted shame- facedly to tlie court. When arrested for being drunk she said thul .Whit- ford had given her the firewater. This morning however 'she changed her "Hory and stated, thai she had found them herself did not know they came from AVhitford. As there was n0 evidence that Whitford had intend- ed to supply her with lifjuor the case was dismissed. Modern Greece held in the it taue Haitien and tikmj j court loom To, a minutes while the troubles of Steve Canis. Ubristopher Christ-and George John PUT THE WIRES UNDERGROUND Possibility the City May Adopt System on Busi- ness Streets at tlie present time bridge streets present a busier ap- pearance than nt nny time Hie year, as a result of the activity i which tlie Contractors are rusli- inp their work on the local improve- ncnts.. The rapid work of the steam I renclicr will arrive from Diamond j ilinicntary remarks; and no doubt the sight of the old shovel at work on the streets is a tiling oi the. mst. The new machine docs rapid' mil clean work, and can lie used till I lie trenches required are deeper thaii l.i feet. Only one of men is laying tlie storm as yet, hilt two or three more will he put at work right away in oidet tint thei he ible to knp HI' to the trenchers. The second trencher will arrive from Uhimonli I-ill within ,1 couple, of diis ind i third fron. Minneapolis shortly. These will he used to extend the water mains, and also to do the necessary lienchmg lot the and Saturday at the International Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor where it has Iiecn found ncccssiirv to :owcr the scwor mains in order to serve the large- buildings in busi- ness parts of the the need of jiuck ic ion to pro of tnc uied "it' "C for tlu stuct-. ted Amencan mtc.esK in uas a solt of paitnerEhlp fracas> ind been shipped imi is expcUed tomm-indci Benton C Decke. h id j Lanis taine out of {he [hrce the scout cruiser coaled during the J dollars and costs poorer while Chris topher got one dollar and costs at- tached. night, and suited from Bradford. R.I, for Cape Haytian this morning les) than twelve hours after he had rccelv ed orders detailing the Chester from the war game in Long Island Sound. The Chester will maintain an average speed of twenty knots an hour and is expected to arrive at Cape Haitian Monday night. BOSTON JFIdTQR 18 HERO OF TBE HOUR. The regulation souses, drew doxrn the usual three and costs Ve sterday afternoon Chief Gillespie received a wire from Medicine Hat asking him to apprehend Mrs. Anna Conrad of that place who was thought to be on the train on her gary, she was: wanted in Medicine Hat for forgery, "having passed a worthless cheque of their mer- chants. Sergt. Lamb who'was'.work- ing on the case, sot her at the statioi '.nd later in .the day turned nt-r ove: :o the Mounted Police, who win take her back to Medicine Hat fora hear ng. MI a. lew days. Victoria Park addi- tion ind Micnl streets in Notih Lctlihridgc will then lie graded. The conduit for Gait j'ark lighting sys- WILL SHOW FINE HERD OF JERSEYS Exhibitor to be at the Lethbndge Map showlnc route taken bj Harrj K Atwopd on In hn night from Boston to njshiugtou SAVE YOUR FLOOR AND CARPET -BY USING- Onward SKding Furniture Shoe Made With Glass or Matt Metal Base These castors take the place of the wheel cas- tors and will not injure the floor carpet, matting, rug, or wrinkle the rug on a polished floor. They do all that a castor will do and do it better without their defects. Neat m appearance, cheap in price, attachable to any furniture, no socket required, and they are perfectly noiseless. Standard Furniture Co. _____ THE HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE FIFTH STREET OPPOSITE EUREKA r J W McMcol ihd C PAgnuelo re .urned from the AVinpijieg Fair where they went in interests the exhibition Mr Vc stated that ihe> fnirlj ire essful in attaininc the objects of then rip and will have some impartant an to make, in a fen dajs he Winnipeg Pai" this is nd better than Mr- McNicol was promised t'lat a laige nttmbei of tieir tfixhihita vould he ahovva heie CIB exhibition in particular which j is hat Lelhbridgo begin j ing tn he as of th iost important fain in the vest o shown. That is the J. Co xhibit of thirty ;prizo. Jerseys fron rampt.oh, Ont. Judging., from! th> ntereat which is being taken "in .th ethbridge Fair this jeai H will br 25c Private Booths For Ladi les Be BlulMbui- Rodman of John Wan.m.k.r, to hit C. tttek If (Mnkruai, fMOfOOO pty you THE MOHL) H Came niONC- ME ;