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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Jiily LKTiiitiiror.i; DAILY CAN YOU USE A HAMMER? Then yon can build THIS. Wo have pm'foctlou In tho making of rondy-bul'.t houaci and YOU inny have the benef IL of our oCFoi'U. SAVE TWO-THIRDS of tlio coat, which will other- ivlno go thu varlnna mid- dloinon cvor-proaent In building HAVE YOUR. HOME the product of your owu Bub.stnat.lul, compluta uml ot standing all klnus of weather. 60 BIIWPLE IB our system that you won't nvcii need a Your nil imrclwaro com OH with ihc liaiifio, paint nnd muta All liuorlur wood- work bcauLITully for you. You tnlie poeseuslou nlmoBt (it cmoe, bociuiBe VOU CAN DO ALL THt WORK LIKE AM EXPERT We build Houses, Cottages, Barm. Dungalowc, ChurchvB. Gar- Store-Fronti, Schools, etc., etc. "NOT 'PORTABLE1 BUT UP TO STAY" fpr.oiir worlli-whllc booklet 10, free, YVESTEHN C'QNSTKUCTION CO. HEQINA, SASK. City of Montreal Hopes to Abolish Summer from Front According lo Ihu nbovo, OuLurlo Qocbco by about 250.000 liorao powoi- production, but It will not bo long boKoru Lhoau I'tgiiren will niulor- billy change If present ulana do not miscarry. Arou'ml Montreal work IB being nmlied night and dny on sey- oral water power developments which wjjuri completed, will add cunslder- i ably to Quobec'u grand total. At -A special meiillnR or the slmrp; u-resifi, imi'sl recciilly tin; I.aborlles iu Hit llousii 01 C.'oinnMiis, vlml it, ii WILL HAVE tO DROPJHEBILL Lloyd-George's Health is Giving Away Under ,the Strain I'Uiiituti, '-July Chancellor Lloyd (funrgo's liiKiirnricR hill has incut red of many ilifTcreiil in- hoklurs of ihn Slicrbrooko Hallway and power Company hold hore' last' and power Company hold hore' last' ,m.dicltMl thai Mm weoh at Die oil) cos of Mr. Clarence will IKS compiled lo drop Uio nrosliloiit. ihu j ,inii ftt Tilc (e ii ft Uloclrlc Co." j ofIho J and the Sianslei'd I''lot.-trie Co. was f, ratified. Tlie acquisition of these j companies is an Imporlanfc step to I ,-'1'' HE LOOKS FOR DOLLAR WHEAT one disposed of Ihu Shci'broolco con companv, us it IJaniie, Ihu Socialist Predict a Busy Fall For Warner District (Continued from Front Take Borden's Promise With Grain of Salt I (Continued from Front Page.) Orders tor binders have nlready been placed and 25 more could be sold if tlie .cpmijaiiicE could supply. Lheni.'s Thurc are 2ii gasoline tind eUaui QiigliiHS work in iho district, and in the month of May 1010 tlie Freight clmrgms follected at Ihe A. R.. and I. freight shod fld to fOOOO. Warner district hi first in tile country soull'i of Lethltridgc in the ininiber of of oil and giiso- llno sold for flour, olc. The locp.lily Is well snjjplled wil.li coal. "Jl. Kol6-' BralT, wlio-'livcs eight, mHas southeast of Warner, drilled ihvoueh a Beam 9 feet in depth, Tect below ilie sur- fnce of tlio ground. It is rumored thai Uic Alnckie leasi; comjirising 11 1-2 toivnsliips west nnd south of War- ner M-lll nest year he opened up for settlement. This AVIII bring ni least two townships inlo tlie Warner dis- trict and will menu much lo tlie dis- tributing possibilities of the I Ulr. Dm Or Jones and Dill, grain buy- ers, predicted Cor Aynrner a.very summer mid will started in about ten dnya. N.dricd Where Pain achei, Neuralgia, Insomnia, etc.. II your dealer does nnl, keen them, we will mall 'you a box (IS pow- ders) on receipt of 2u cents. J. U. MATHIEU, Proprietors, Sherbrooke, P. Q, MATHIEO S -tr. NERVINE.POWDERS. Far HuUkMd porters were secured to approve tariff relief by. some secret, and clis creditable influence. Says ihc article: "On the very ilny on which Lhe rcso lution was lo be brought up, a short time before the Mouse Scoll sought an interview with. Mr. IImil I lain, What look place al. it is 1111 {known io Consorvntives ait least. Mr, HuiiIlaliL emerged from (he interview collected his followers about a of-an hour before the debute was due to Oegin and lo their consternation unuQimefHl thai be would not move jibe amendment, that instead Mr. Scott I would, amend Hie. resolution in one 01 two particulars and that the narLy was to vote for ilie resolution ameilueil. There were no explana- The insidio.us effort to cnsl discredit upon Mr. [Jaultain and the Conserva- tives of Saskatchewan, who, refused to "play inlo Lho hands of the corporate -arill-rcciprocity interests by sacrificing tlie masses of the western producers nud subsequently refused to be dra- gooned into lino m the Immls of these interests, throws another significant, light on Ihc character of. ihc cam- paign which IB being ag.ii lanff-relief for ihe ninGsns. It I be'en'cliai-gct] in lilie Liberal press (hat United States trusts, which were show.h to have been financing the anti- vctiprocity campaign at YVnsbinglon are now directing iliuir cupftiil anil energies LO defeating tlie pact in Can- ada. of lit." 'clauses Kici iirmhi'r, says i( able to carry HIM hill. Philip Kuciiilisli member, says n hands uf any oilier JMLII- thc hil! would Sinn- dead i North l-hitloy -ami oilier ndjac- Us cvcc lie-jowing a law. towns, and (he JCJeciric C'o. controls (he business of Nemio.v vLMe, Hock Island. Beeuo mid i Ucrby line, Hticb'e and Derby Centre, VI. IL -was stated at the meeting ihal. by the. purchase of these con- cerns the company would bo ahle. auLro[ of the major part, of j Y -......'ic IJgliLIug business in ihu j i thickly populated dislricl between i Stk'i'sJVQoiie. and the United Kraicy lordoi.' i ''in'" Tin; Kii-stcrii Township JOIcufrlo Co. tct ua electric light and power-lo NELSON COWS TO BE SLAUGHTERED Nelson, July the two hundred nnd sixty dairy cows inspected by the Iii'oviiicial veterinary inspector here, one hundred and tweiily-one have been conclcmned ;IK iui'octed tuhercolo- sis, and will bo slaughtered. A neero rcglmcni will -form a por- tion or the iXalional Guard of New York State in ihc near future, accord- ing to a. bill passed by the Legisla- ture. sell a much larger proportion of power twice over than was originally anticipated. WARNING TO GERMAN London, July Lloyd Ooorgc, Hi Chancellor of Die Exchequer, filled 111 usual role of sword i-atller in Although Uic .province' of Quebec speech 'at Lhe Jhuisloil House his has no hydro electric commission H Inlsht. giving the impression that h soems If ,n, H most of the towns m tlie -yd ililliqilct lo in ihecastoru townships particularly. bankers and merchants at vvhtol ,o ivill be pi'ovided with ample, efficient aud cliean electric onergy. speech was made. After lauding, arbitration and givin special approval to the Anglo-Amer can treaty. Air. George- said: "Hut am boiiml to say lluu It essential I Ihe blgheBt, interests, not merely o ourselves, but of the world, that Grea Britain at all maintain be place, and prestige among the power; of I'jUrojie. Her poient Influence hai _ been felt many times in past anc may yet In the future prove invaln Montreal Julv Ottawa sue- in Lhe cause of human liberty to the Montreal Herald, Lib.J'f more. Ll'au once rcilceiiieil con Liuentnl-nations HI'O now apt t .snrs H is possible thai, as jroryet the scrvices.tjiat weru extende solacu for iHnlL'U-nypiTKCiiUlioii in thuiwhen pvorwlielmljig disaster and evei Conimoii-s, thr U'csC. niac he ;in- iiatipnal exLincMoii-Llireatcnhcl. I oLlii-f ropreHiinlativa in" the' Govern-, nmke; sumfices-to preserve peace PREMIER SCOTT FOR CABINET nd' occasioned bv conceive nothin hirba.nce of lo juHlil'y a. dis International good will Mil UiLMUe Ul IIILUrilHLIUIIill gOUll Urn i-tilirumeut at Sir l-rc.lcrick Hor- except qiiGsUons.or the gravest nat_. Canadian High Conimis-jjil moment, but-iP tlie siimilon were may be .filled by Uic ap- Torcc-d upon us wherein coult i Hon. Will tor Kcoll, I'rp- ,nn.r matter whicb lia.s been I Ins onsidered' l by of gi-eai ynd heiieflcimit ui! good and heroism and achievement int. ui.... ..iv. i.-.. uwui> allowing1 liritalii (o be- treated sumc quarters ihci'c lias bet'ii j where her interests ivere vitally affect no decision upon, il us yet. cd'asMf she were uf no uceomH in It is .understood tliali -is willing to come to "Olfawa 'and be- iievcs Mr. Calrler uan tun the Ciov- "llr. "Italic, Uic'Coiisorval'iyc uf Qu'Appcllc is likely lo liavo Premier Scott Tot an opiioii- A glrafl'e died in the Cin- cinnati Zoo frprii nervous prostratipn rollov.'ing her fright from daily thiin- lerstonus mid a fireworks celobra- .ioii on the Fourth of July. Mio cabinet of naiioiiK I lion I say cm nhatically thai peace at .that price would be humiliation Intolerable foi 11 great country like o.urs." SEAT REMAINS 'UNIONIST London, July West Somerset bye-election" today Col. D. F. Holes Unionist, defeated H. H. AVarcl, Lib- l wkli a majority of. 30-1. The seat was veycntly UtiUl by. Rt. Hon. Sir A. Ackliind Mood, Unionist. Tlic result was Bnlea Ward Scene From The Squaw Man, at the Majestic Monday and Tuesday Next F, Karren, dlnlrlcL rupresonta- tivo of tho John Uoere Co., with headquarters n't Lei h bridge, recently reliii'iied from and other U. H. clues, wliero he hue been Eludylng In the pluntH of Uic'blK plow compaiiy the dllTerent points., of the improvc- miMii.s aiui tlie various branclieti of ihc bubii'.eHs .undor the Instruction of e.vpiM-iB, Karren since his return has made a thorough eanvtisB of the whole uf-Soiithevu Alberta, and In'an Interview tliat-lliu da in a ml for j harvuBtlng nmchinory was enormous. He also tmvela for (lie Dcei'iliK people 1 and orders for binders have been so gi'efll that JK almost imjtosBlble io ''ill llicni. Tlio crops everywhere in t the district are oxcelleni. and If this Ideal wGiitlicr conllnuos, SouLhern Al- burin will reaj) a record harvest. In his opinion dollar wheat is not a; rimer, but is a Good probability. The. crops of thc northern states arc Just? as they arc failure. Tlila will necessitate aii unusually heavy demand for bur wheat; and they will j pay tlie price. Tlie corn crop, according (o Mr. Karren, is generally yood, but the great wheat producing states arc ex- periencing Uic worst drought in years. DEMAND (Continued from From Page.) James Calder, provincial treasurer and acting premier of Saskatchewan, suggesting the desirability end neces- sity.of that province joining with (Ins one in a mandatory protest to the Do- minion government, emphasizing the urgency l" of immediaie settlement, of ihe strike. .Mr. Mitchell has not yet received any reply from Mr. Calder and ia not iu a position to state what, the province of Wflu will dq. the matter. tJiit-h suggested Uic desirability of the provinces1' taking "combined .actlo, with a view to Inducing the Domii; ion. gbveninichL I.q. nQt ,with liastc The .people of. the province nre s alive lo ..thc-'facL that they may b leEl." without' fuel iiiru-liiler that th Jloarda .of Tra'da taking u tho question; Raymqnd News For HtrengLh and interesting quail- ties In dramatic ronn. Mici'o li- nolli- tkg to Bitrpasi the. coining prDBcntft- Lion of known Kov: York sue- "Th0': Sqimw .Mnn." in which .1. C. LJvlngiUm' will Rppsiir at (lie Ma- Jentio theatre In thin city on Monday T'.iciiUy July 2'i and '2n. In.wrltlnit'thli.Dlny Mr. Edwin Mll- .toii Kiitlior, lias uonc ;i farther thRji nifiny nnd has sucreodeii' In pull ins together a comprehensive structure and one may travel far 16 find nn Lo U. Thcro Is always a itrong luternbt In tlio West, but row plays have aliown llfo of iho plalutt uf twenty ago John C, Livingston has succeeded Dustin Fiiniiini In the title role ami !s particularly puilcd lo (his chnroc- (cr. Ihiman emotion Is shown at every him, and It Is handloU dell- r-iitciy, so ablV'hat, there Is not 0110 cllsconlant nofo be found at am as It really WJIM, with Its atmosphere point. only absoluto of nrid hrnt, strong pasalqua and faith-j J'trens'-'u anrt virility, with clenn cut Tul frlcndBliip, J hum-in pauslon and a certah: element of self sacrifice upon which the play lilnecs Is to Ito found, So vital Is tho 'ale (liat runs athwart the that the interest, of tlio spectiUor. is held ;is 1 by a spell, and the final curl n In brings a saiisfacllon to the nmliio; j Hint H Is hai'd lo duplicate. It Jins i been snld tbnl "Tho Squaw Mnn" Is J Ihc great, American play, but Dial. lineal ion the audience is left lo decide for itself. Hay Knigh children went "Co "MaBrath yeate jay .to visit Kiiight'ij mothe Jrs. Jlcnniriger. A cbnslfiininent of Singer sewing ma chines arrived yesienlny. -for S. Card; local agent, and. also.a conslgi nent! of buggies for Weiss Uros. ;-The Ellison Milling Company yes erdny shipped n car' load of rom Iliiyinoud, consigned to Honj :ong, Cliina. Munagcr Clemls IIHB tvi irder for another car to be ready as oqn as possible. M. V- Cannon was in'tnwh yester- ay and told the Herald'reporter, tlml he ridge had .the" liiiat Bruin croi: his year that it lias ever grown. Ray- noiid people know .Mr. Cannon's eight, and lie had, to level .his arm bis shoulder, .to. indicate the en g tin of straw..... Mr. MidlGboro, one of-Air.-Horrtei raior's dechires that reciprocity w 'rtucft ilic price oi' fjirni liovses. Well, ie fanners of Southern Alberta w ol kick such reduction. There re ten farmers ill Raymond district ho buy horsoH for one who makes a iisHuiEfi of If Iho gietu ajorily can secure horses ley are noi. going; lo oppose rcclproci- on thiiL account. don't, believe n.nL't's nnnorud ni, si certain inarsliall.io wlioso home me a ualjy boy this week, came down wn and uieellng the' mayor, "ouug, I'm" again a. happy father; less what it is." .The mayor guessed girl." siiirt the inarshall. lei'c !ofl for Hie mayor but to say, "a boy" and contratuIn i.a the marshall, bnt before the congratu- lations came, tht; nidi-shall interjected "Ob! somebody l old yon." Hny Ivniglit' Is driving a new aO-horse poivcr McLaughlln Linick touring car.i We hear lhat "H.'s jusi as easy to drive aa a bin. like; UHI horse iL bucks snmctlines. Us movements arc dif- j fcrcnt to Ihc hronc, and it IK rumored Mm I the car was slopped on the road side sluc'c coming t.o Ilaymoutl. VCT- liups il just turned out to nice I ig. Anyway llin Maymond reporter met the car today, Mr. KnlghL- was driving and it was going along "gen tlu" enough. The new cuv Is fin- shed In groy and is one of best turned out by (lie McLaugliliu people. The Mirnld reporter was loday cou- :1 n clod tlirongli thc liect fields by Mr. William McCariy. A considerable area of hrnlH has this year been blown nut, ml part of Ibis was in-seeded and I'iUi iibuiidaut moisture we hnve lad will mnkc rooin enougl) to darvr-st f Croat is nol too early. Mr. McCiirty called Hie reporter's addition lo the method of conserving ihe moisture.- A good diisl blanket l.s kupf nn ton nnslant ('.ulllvjidng and Mr. AloCiirly nToi-nietl his visitors Hint thc inois- rn now In (bo sronnd can be kept or two months. Thhiniiig Is nearly rer. Japs, Indians, boys and e'r's HI wont in the field visited. Ask- d will oh nf i lie elates illil the moal1 ullsfjictory work, Mr. McCariy anld It as nboul evenly divided between the apa and Indians, but If nny preference to be given II. would he to Lhe ains Extra- ordinary fm _ Off all Hammocks, P. C. Tennis, Baseball, La- crosse To make room for fall stock are offering you these goods at a saving of 25c on every dollar. An exceptional opportunity for the buyer. Hammocks These are full size, well made ?md guaranteed to carry two 2.50 Hammocks for 3.50 "L 4.00 1 .50 Baby 1.75 1.90 2.95 3.00 .10 1.30 Tennis Goods These are all standard makes 6.50 Tennis Net for 4.75 Rachetfor 5.75 6.00 9.00 Fine Quality Tennis Balls, one doz. Extra Quality Balls, (Wimbledon Special) Baseball Gloves 1.50 Fielders'Glove 2.00 3.00 2.25 Baseman s Mit 6.00 Catcher's Mit Assortment of Boys' Mitts to clear 50c ea. Two Fine Steel Fishing Rods (Four piece) reg. special ea. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. ;