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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LADY invited to dine, With a youth who called her t'Bqty Said, "My! you look in a trice: "Ah! my swell POLO shine." THE LET1TBRIDGE DAILY HERALD POLISH ASQUITH RELIES UPON CANADA EXPECTS THE CANADIAN GOVERN. MENT TO DO HANDSOME ABOUT THE NAVV London, .luly the debate on the naval budget Right Mini. Mr. As- ij'iilii, ihc I'rrmicr, in the course ol his speech, said with regard to Hie visit of Uimuliiin colleagues j '1 believe that the that has already begun in council will before long tiuilily In. action. 1 NELSON IS HIT BY LIVELY STORM Nelson, R C.. July per- iui art) anld to hjr.'e boon drowned, The city wefgli scales building was lev- co-operatUm to "10 Sl'oumi, street car- liorsea were'struck by light.ling ami ill last for a week. Ask your grocer or shoemaii for Polisli in the'BIG black or tan. The tan both cleans ana polishes. jg "Good for Leather- I Stands the. Weather" liesirc to lender iin behalf government on'r. must -grateful ac- 23, J 912 DEAF MAN WAS STRUCK BY TRAIN KILLED ON THE C. P. R. TRACKS! NEAR NEWS OF HOSMER llosmcr, .luly man namcr Campbell was slntu bv t' wist omul (Iyer on Kriilay and atally injured. Uampbcll was em anil in loved by (lie llosmcr Liven' MR. BURNS TALKED THE FARMERS CRY-FARMING AND CONGRESS WAS THEME OF THE AD. -DRESS On their return yesterday from a Strip, round- the- Experimental Farm, Uohn T. Burns'addressed the asscm-, Wed farmers, on the. pry-Farming [.Congress, and dry-farming in general, j .was pleased to talk to real farm- ton the matter of dry-farming, money to every'one i did not mean SOLD HOMESTEAD IN JASPER PARK making an annonncr- the Prime Minister announcement may jlarming but the best LOUIS SWIFT DISPOSES OF PROP ERTY HE ACQUIRED AS A SQUATTER lidmoutou, July has been received-in the city that Louis J. Swift, the squatter, who for the past years has occupied his plot or ground, in the Jasper National Park near -Fitzhugh, has sold his quarter for subdivision purposes. None of the.land in Jasper Park is prospective to Jlr. llorden and his colleagues not only tor the spirii in which they have into these iberafioiis but for the contribution have already made to our knowledge of the matter." After mentioning the necessity of Jlr. Uorden lirsl incnt in Canada, proceeded lo say Whatever that .......__7_............. be. I am perfectly certain that-'it will be adequate to the dignity and patri- otic spirii oi Ihe Canadian people and that we .shall receive it here vvith Ihe itmost "gratitude as an acknowledge- ment that we are true co-partners in this great empire that its burdens and responsibilities will be shared be- tween the Mother Country and the f Dominions a in peace or war isolate "ourselves fronr one another." Jlr. Asquitli assured ihc house that when Ihe next estimates were pre ited with the added knowledge 'raiisfcr Co., mil vv is surdens and glass houses were" dam-1 cutting props about one mile used by a lei-rime wind, rain and hull the CJ.I'.K. IraiA UI-.1 of tin this storm, punctuated by frequent flashes j of lightning which swept over Nelson K'ls home foi -ibout -t "o'clock Sunday evening and n I "ll> accident occurred smaller storm Saturday. Scores were on the lake in launche-. row-boats and canoes, when me heavy clouds burst and several were driven l on the rocks. .Numerous row boats I 'Woaclung (ram were seen from the passenger steamer ant no names of lho missing have been received. Several declare they saw three women in n boat at the moment of the gale about a mile up from Nel- son. Suddenly the boat disappeared I along lunth iTauip- hell was very dcif mil cj-ibcquenUv unable lo hear the warning whistles which were sounded repeatedly, by the _ it is stated that the deceased had stepped oil the track, leaving the waj. when (he engine was within a few yards oi him, he suddenly slopped back again on the rails, and was k by the engine I he ti un ice stopped, ml the injuied nwn Keep Cool LAST TIME TONIGHT The the Seaso mf The Duke of Connaught's Visit to Winnipeg A marvelous piece of Motion Photography which is bonm to rouse voui Patilotlsm It nnlquo- I is what voui file-ids ,boilt It llallj loiiml tliolFlng The (JOUiNSEL Come Early TJII5 TIllilK I'lKHT KIDN YPPING CASE Tin? thoU, in Makes 'em Last Longer and Look Better Ttiere ii much moretashinrle thin the mp.re beauty theyadd tothebuildinir. Some people- used- to sneer about when their ncirhbor.i tbeir f binffles with Shingle Stains In rear or own unstained nhineln begin to curl and tie root beian to Ismfc and need rppairins-whila tnelr neirribon were aa uranolh, tiiht eood tholraneeri turnedtoaiehi that ther wero not wise. IlwkW Ibwftelltliii notonlr add beaul; to the bouae, but better alill thoir creofiote and preaervinr oils add life t.o the and make the roof. laat fonfer. Tifenty off. velvetr.-ariistlc colors, sold by leading defers. Write today for free book of 'orpaintUBCra. The Ilosmer Athletic club is lakint )art in the preliminarv anangemcnts issisted by the Rev. B If Wallace, vho is in communication vvith a "en- leman in Ihe cast, from whom came in offer last year to provide a build- ng for the purpose, it the people oi losmer would undertake to guann ce the maintenance; we understand hat .that offer does not still stand l its original form, but that the entlemen in question will consider ic. scheme if the people ol Hhc tow n will put tip a dc.'inilc proposal lo him, as to exactly Ihe Ivpt oi msti tution that would-be most suited to the needs oi, the town and how fir the local..residents will support this undertaking; a preliminary canvis was taken last week, and the nam of over one hundred men were secure who undertook to become members a a subscription of ten dollars for 41 first year, so that prospects loo good'for the carrying out of the vcn ttire, w.hicb would undoubtedly prov a. great boon, to the town MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Durbar Scenes at Majestic r G.F.STEPHENS L PAINT AND VAPMSrl MAKERS WINKIPEG.CANADA __ SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIOGE Hayr Hdw. Co, SHOULD FOLLOW CANADA'S PLAN MPERIAL GOVERNMENT IS NOT LIKELY TO LESSEN NEWSPA PER POSTAL RATES London, July receiving deputation protesting against the high postage rates for newspapers, Post. master-General Samuel said the mat- tcr was wider than that oj mere news- paper carrying. Cheap rates to Ca- nada were possible because the Ca- nadian government bore the cost of Fea carriage, regarding cheap Old Counlry papers as a valuable educa- tional agent. If the other Over-seas Dominion.1; not to fol- in Canadian footsteps, a cheaper, newspaper rate applied Imperially mist -mean .heavy loss to hls depart- The reproduction of the Durbir n Kmemacoloi it the Theatre last evening iiti icled i hrgc ,md ivell pleased a idience lho -nnous scenes rtepiclcd in an excellent and the mtiiral colors vveie reflected cle irb and without inj tilical nidi- From the arrival of their "Majesties King George V and Queen Mai> at Bombai to the grand coro nation Durbai it Delhi there was not uninteresting moment The coloi schemeh of the v moils scenes irons ed the admiration of the i idience Kinemicoloi is a big step In advance of the ordinal} tjpo of moving picture and its- mtioductioii to the vvoild has pioved a delight nnd source of pro iitablo enterialriment to those who love to upon nature in all its neautj The engagement of Kinc macolor in a ser.es of attractive pro grams in this city should draw big louses'to the Jlajestic Theatre, .11 is ah entertainment of educative value which makes ni1 appeal to young ar. old alike. The Durbar scenes w: le shown nightly during this wee Vlth the aid of a direct current th vening the pictures should be see o much better advantage. Karo! leadc the lecturer in charge of th n'terlainment, explains each scene 1 n intelligent manner Ills appr riate recitation of Kipling s Gung In caught the lancj of he am ence Bverv British subject shoul ee, the Durbar in Kinemacolor. Th ctures arc the best and most In plring-yet placed before the public ake the children and show them the ephants. Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland Continental points and Canada every' Sat- urday Lai go new steamers modern and up to date operated on the One Class Cabin :plan. Cabin stttteroomn all amid ships'. 13125 to Glasgow Liverpool Londonderry, -Galway and Bel- last 00 to Hamburg Antw erp and Rotterdam to Sweden Norway and Denmark etc For full Information call on any steamship agent or write H E LIDMAN, General Agent 455 Main 5t, Winnipeg ment and he advanced littlo hope of alteration. UNION PAINTERS STRIKE Rcglna, .luly painters em. on strike at noon today. They re hired now uiid-r i maximum wage I forty cents and demand a minimum arc of fort} -five cents The alnke Sine practically without RRELL MAY SUCCEED .AMSASS.ADOR BRYCE No Immediate Change is Contemplated ma-ater palntern ac on hecaiiac it .Interaeglna Lobby Rumor London, interesting Is ciirrenl. in parliamentary clr- cles.'-.'say.s the London correspondent the; Scotsman thtoeeh frmdlupun of The Scotsman "lo the effect that .Mr Birrell will succeed .Mr limes Bry'co is British Ajnbasgador at Washington. iNo Immediate Is contempla-ted Mi Itryte who N at present on leave, lightening of his responsibilities would be inconvenient lo hive i change in the Irish Secretaryship w hile the home rule bill is in progress and Mi Birrell will therefore remain at hi present post until the end of the aes sion But there is gionnd tor believing that unless some unforgepn contin gency arises he nill follow Mr to Washington as he lollovved him at the Irish ofTlce It is well understood In Brl.tol tint Mi Birrell will not again coitest his seat theie nlkmg on tho C P n tracks near Chalk nver Robert Sfoddaid a farm er was'struck and killed bv a train The Understudy fe an efficient and eeon- omical heating apparatus t i that soon sirfes enough to i for itt McClary% 'Sunshine howtvtr had five years of heavy lime when strain and It is natui il ihat at hta'ilme 'ot life should look forward to a ;