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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .'LETIIBRIpflE HKKALD WEEK-END PUOGRAM- AEMS AND THE WOMAN ____ See the great ai-igo THE MIDNIGHT- MAJUIFDKR This, picture will stir .the emotions.fid thrii'l with Its A BKOTHEJTS REDEMPTION Fcit.uring Miss Florence Lawrence, the Crowned Queen of Plcturedom, WATCH FOR THE DATES OF INDIANAPOLIS I'VpH Auto Sejs TOXIOHT f P. M. THE LETTER. BOX A CORRECTION Editor of The Herald: report. In yesterday's is. .sue. that I have' appeared before tho council asking for a grant of laud to be used as a Jo'llsh cemetery Is In- correct and convoying an orronooud impression. The facts are these: that this aero of land was bought by tho Jewish com I immlty of this city from .Messrs. Jloore and and paid for, loiij! before the city became' owner to the whole of that parcel, known as cemetery land. My appearance before tho council was In support of a letter which J had addressed to that body requesting tho claim of the Jewish' community to that acre of land for permission to have it surveyed. Thanking you In advance for cor- 'ectlon In your next issue, I remain, Yours truly, L. KEEL. STAND BY FRANCE Advlct of London Prets.to .Gcyer.imsnt Msttsr :London, Lon- don morning papers are beginning eipress uneasiness at Germany's ru- mored demazids for territory in the French Congo r.nd for a sphere of in- fluence in Morocco. While they are inclined to believe that the rumor ex- unrated, the .real demands, they point that Germany's attitude is Opinion 'is also offered that Germany's inten- tions are to test the strength of the Anglo-French entente or to drive a into it and the govern- ment is counselled to stand firmly by France. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Edmonlon Ironworks Co., will erect Adds zest to any meal and makes for better digestion also sweeter itomacK. 21 C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Lethbrldge, Alta NOVEL RISKS AT LLOYD'S Against Channel Swimming and War With Germany (London Chronicle) Business in some novel "outside risks" was done at Lloyd's yesterday. Among these wore 10 guineas to a loss of if any one swims across the English Channel before a foundry building and go extensively I 31: guineas per cent, against into the manufacture of plows. .wnr Germany and France 31; and 7 guineas.per The Winnipeg Children's hospital jfunri camjiaign has realized seven- jrivliths of the required. l'nptnin ('ross, nf Silver Islet, has 42 live young mink born tliis spring, and doing well he al.sov has 31 foxes. Cureless prospectors ale Illumed for the bush fires in N'cw Ontario. cent, (to cov i'er same period) against war between Germany and France or RAILS AT CHAMP. ONSEPTEMBER5 That, is the Promise the P.R. Made to a Deputation Champion, _ July local toard of Trade lias sent n ilepu- "tlou to the C.P.H. to Jog their n; ibout our need of a railway. Dr. Brown and J'ercy Watson were able to report that Iho powers that ho will be herewith the Btcol on Seplem or 5. This is encouraging ,and wo hope, t will materialize. We had an elevator man in Cham- ion this week. With bushels f grain In sight, it shouldn't need a real deal, of persuasion to set us a >w elevators. The farmers promised to haul half the material for On elevator If the company will build. .Mrs. Graves, with her daughter, are visiting at Mrs. G. F. Smith's home, fruit social at Enworth League on Tuesday, July J5, S .Mr. Friday, July 21, Iftll. THEATRE Wi Manager. PHONI To-night -The Honeymoon To- morrow Matinee and Night 'Cupid's Handicap' Matinee Prices: -Adults 50c, Children 2Sc political situation.'. England.. Jones Is planning to put up a All these "risks" are insured 'trade nolv houso iu lho of business that would suffer from such have Mrs' vvi" awa-v for nothing to do with what is called 'the the mountains. Tl'e service of Sunday was well at- tended. The pastor preached on Significance of the Cross." The birthday celebration of Chan Pion was observed oil the 19th. Fu account later. A series, of exciting ball .game bas been pulled off during last week Each- night a good crowd of yearning youngsters have braved the 'skeeters and gone through some great cvol "lions. The scores were always high and sensational stunts were in evt dence. Wo certainly have some great ball material if we only knew it. he popular English Cigarette COLERIDGE NEWS Coleridge, July IS. The Presby- tery of Calgary made an important change at ils last meeting in regard to the pastorale of the Coleridge Presbyterian church. In consequence pi the rapid growth of the district in which Knnx church. Medicine Hal. is situated, it was deemed advisable to have Kcv.M. II. Mcnch concen- trate his energies and spend his whole, time witli that congregation consequently now afrhngcmcnls had to he made for which has been supplied every two weeks, bv Mr. Hcticli, since coming to Medicine Mat. The new arrangement is to unite 'and Clros Ven- ture in one charge, Coleridge to'have a service every Sabbath afternoon at 3 p.ni-, Woolcbcstcr and Gros tre to have, a..servicc second Sahhath it II i n In agreement ttilh this nm urangcment Mr Dew- ar, the student in charge, of" Wool- chestcr and Gros Venire took the scr vim in Coleridge last Sabballi after- noon, lie Is a bright young man from Rrantford, Ont., who will he return- ing to til- 'f idles i Oc'o'icr when :a new man will he sent to take charge of this field While tut people or Coleridge will he pleased to have a service every m be sorn to losc'Mr.. llcnch, whose faitliiul and have been much ap- preciatcrl. inemhcrs-of MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phont Two Nights commencing Monday, July 24 The Greatest Dramatic Hit of the Century "The Squaw Clarence Beiuiett 'Co.'s Breaker By EDWIN MILTON. ROYLE THE SHOW THAT DAZZLED TWO CONTINENTS A Stirring American Drama in Four Great Acts PRICES-J1 GALLERY-Mc Before buying your new wiieel see my stock of ARROW BICYCLES ,The fcsst In the West M Thirteenth fiee as mountain all onh do all mj bidding To see them Is to buy LUCKY STRIKE NEWS Luckv strike. Alia., .I.ulv stork visited two Lucky" Strike 311 the Hth 01 Julv leaving a sixth of A dox.ea assorted, the hoy at; Mr and Mrs. Gco. Anderson's nil Bthi: girl at Sir. and Mrs. Jas. M. Bocks Ushorn? Rrovvnlee, census enumcr- itoi is llus week working south of He will complete his rounds this" week Gep. Btishfc is building a fine new jufct barn for the ownet of 4-11, Lethbridge ni m 1 he cost of the striiUures will be 43 200 RCA Mr" "Mcknckcii of arnci icid.-service .al ljrairie .Round school ouse Moudaj night rUgulai let is held in the school fortnightly on Sundays at 11 o'clock, and Sunday school cverv Sundav 10 o'clock. Hail Ld'ight the ciops of Luck) SluKc residents whose land lies m the north-east of the district. Those sniveling most arc Messrs. Fruscr, Lemons, ilieck.and Mason and Mrs. Hirkholt The Herald "correspondent asked to- riay who the weed inspector was and everybody looked at each other. One lhat there were no weeds. '1 utkv Stnke to find A It was i part of the Coleridge Vssociation left for Lilgaiv on iMondav mimilng list to Like put the in itches 01 (lie piovinciil i- soualion Ihev will no doubt, gne a good iccounij oi themselves and some 01 the Ing be on tion it olcndge on their return pleisant little, affair look pi tce at the Nicholson rcstaninnt on fc.il- evening list, as a send off to'month Miss, Seeds, who has been j wjiticss, I lops ire looking line Neailv "ill at the rcsliuunt for some time ind s-prmg grim is he-ided oiil and cul- ls now returning to her home m will licgin eallv in August I he land Ice ucam r and irfrcshmcnls ilitrild scilhe of one man if (his not nthet late, and he ex ihincd that on ing to the moist con- of the soil, giain nould not ipcn as this icar as other Jears al tliii, lime spccnl corrcsponrienl ol the Win- nipeg Press is in the.district tins week gathciing material and phulogrtpht, for ,1 pigc of illustrated matter on the couhtrv south of Lcth- biii'gc lle Irfl this, morning [or the nail'informed him that there was no j homestead district .cast of Milk Riv- wccd inspector, and the reason was Southcin Vlhciti ahsolntclj without w ccds Prairie "Round-school district" has for i tcichei It is mm- orcd tlul school is to opi.li this, served ind an cniovablo tocia evening spent. Most of our voung people attended the picnic at Aorton on Wcdncsdaj aitcrnoon of last week I he phic altriction was i game of he Iwecn the Coleridge bovs and Centre vihicli resulted m a Motor} 'or the httcr bv a score of 8 to 7 This w is the firsl defeat for Cole- idge this season. J R Morrow left Coleiidgo On luesihy morning lor a trip tliuingh Southern Alberta and Montana, timing in time for the opening oi he schools on Vugust, Hih TILtORAPHIC Wm Halford, farmer of Maldstom ownshlp, 75, li dead from grief vor six tnoatbs MO Capt. Bloiljn, adjutant of tb< 9th. .regiment, Quebec, Is the cmm- H's choice for chief of irtment. Tire did to Craw- TELEGRAPHIC "-BRIEFS King George "and Queen Mary re- ceived a rousing, welcome to Edin- burgh Siniucl George was Killed hj the fiiljing of a derrick boom in Ottawa. i ondon f irst Congregational church has called Rev. R: O. .of Guclph lion. T; tVosse, -former Japanese Ottawa, is dtad in Korea. Amerjcan and Canadian Scientists tell us the common boute fly is the cause of more disease and death thwi aajr other agency. WILSON'S FLY PADS Jull all the flki and the diteaie germs too.. ;