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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY The choice of houss- who discrimin- ate in table delica- cies. For Pies. Cakes and Bread Five Roses Flour Is an unbeatable unequalled product baking day triumph. Next time order FIVE ROSES. LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING CO.. LIMITED HALF SPEED AHEAD FOR INLAND STEAMERS Warning Gongs Sound Frequently in Engine Rooms and Pilots Pray Despairingly for More Water Channel Not so Low in Years (From our own correspondent) .From this urn suspended newspapers .Montreal. July the together railing over ihe edges the Dominion Rovermiwit IKIS the lied to (ho floor, ronuing u sort Ibeon spendlni; millions in luoney amllU'iit like utruvturo. II IB of course open Saturday. July 20, 1011. in time hotte.riuj: tins navigable iat each oml ami yhould extend to with of ilie Si. trom the in about eighteen inches of the Jreni to tin1 sea. it -is many i Over the newspapers is next spread aj moons since the inland shipping flei'ta jhlankut or sheet and the cooling plant have bad such rouidi sledding as 'hey ;is ready. Its iitvonlor claim.1- that liny have had Mils gi-ason. For sledding in- .sleeping under this oover will stead of sailing ii has bi'on on many; no Itopt cool by the continuous :tu eventful occasion. The water is moving from end to cud caused by low tluit vessels have to scnipe'the. difference in teiuptTiituru inside, alniiK in spots iiiid pilots outside. On the face of it the' thai it is nothing short of dun- jplan soems a little fandt'ul. then j KeiiMis to allcmpt to run ;i boat [there plenty of people who do not, tbe Cedars, the Split Hock orjkuow that water can be cooled hi r.! ihe Lout: Sault. Freight boats are muk jtlry climate by putting in a porous! their runs anywhere from eight ;jar and placing it In the sun. Kv-1 i to hours hite on account japonuion does ihe rest. -I 'of the caution necessary and the time I Civic Economics 'lost entering and leaving the canals, j and the Uichelieu and Ontario Neva- U ooines to attempting econ- t'Htion compony's far filmed craft ioimes of every and any kind, .Montreal which was scheduled to give a thrill second to none. Unfortunately 10 throngs of tourists by shooting Vint fhieiy iu llieory fail J'rcscott to Montreal have lo work otlt m practice. Just now icntics are chuckling; over attempted place and tfve tlu-ir passengers an- i economies in the disposal of waste ither sort of ihriM bv train for A tom" months supply, amount- to about six tons, of neatly com- pressed arid baled was auctioned and Every day to the list of house, keepers who are being won over to the goodness of our bread, cakes and pastry. If you have never given us an order you ought to v The City Phone 1181 Beside the Fire Hall to Montreal hav forced lo tie up at the former and give their passengers ai ____ sort of ihriM by train for th remainder of the jour jiiieers I MAGGOTS Feeding on Putrid Meat Produce a Gas Which Cures Tuberculosis on a big scale. .John Burns, dcn oMhI.ocal Government lioanl. onlprcil. the medical officer 01 ihe __jure painting out. and the. pilots agree jthat the only apparent. feasible way iJrpsj_ UK" being assured of a deep free !1M vear in nnd year out. dry or season et, will lo wlu, the u save the lives of two infants in n fire at Xiagara Falls, Onl., they had to be thrown from windows' of a burning building. Kircincn them. 'The .first effort at formation took place last January. Since then the system has been built up, until today the association embraces every He- brew society of any description in the. ganizations. the literary societies, the benevolent associations are all affiliated, and the organization has he conic big and powerful. announcement of the plans of ihe brgfi'mxation has been made. The organization has chosen its can- didate in this pf-rsorj of the Chairman, Mr. Peter Bercovitch, B.C.L. Mr. Bcrcovjtcli. slated today that as yet had neither accepted nor refused the "It is a matter which de- mands much he. "I mve always been a Liberal, hut if the Government sees fit 'to give the Hebrews in Montreal a repre- shall startfl.Uf' Mr. Bick- ke, the present member for St. jawrence' riding, goes to the Sen- ate, as has been suggested, it will cave the path well open. I. would icver consent to oppose the Liberal ucmbcr, however." The Hebrews have felt for a long: rime that they deserved some rcpre-! dilation, They have.not-a mai my representative position in Can- da, whereas other races, French and rish notably, in Quebec insist on full presentation. !f ;s to he the ustorn, they ask, why should the 25rOOO Hebrews of Canada not have :ieir representative also POEM And Babe's Knitted Shoe Found In Effectsn of Catherine Porter Son Delays Funeral to Present Chicago, July son'g natural )VQ for his mother conquered Selwyn P., Edgar, Lpujs clubmar business man, "and "today Me" plionpd to W. P. Hobbs, 936 Castle- wood terrace, from Tarry town, New Vork, that he would be here tomor- to take charge of t.he body of Mrs. Catherine Porter, who was killed by an automobile at Sher- idan road and Leland avenue Thurs- day night. Jr., fearful of the wrath of hie father, has written b'is mother only one ".letter :Bince her divorce rrb'rn her husband'more tjian twenty years ago. _ .All arrangements had been made by the fpr whom -Mrs. Porter a domestic for the. last five years, to hold the funeral' services at two o'clock this after- noon, tout at one'o'clock Selwyn Ed- i gar Jr., telephoned from Tarry town to postpone the funeral until he arriv- ed, GERMAN PIGEONS AS PHOTOGRAPHERS Suggested to Put Them in Uniform -and Enroll ..Them in Army The son will thus brave the wrath A tunnel under the St. Lawrence. 1 connect Montreal with the .south: hore, Is projected. It would glvn ie city communication with a large rapidly growing district. of his father, Selwyn C. Edgar, zinc miner, of St. Louis, who has stead- fastly refused to discuss the death of his former that she had-been dead-to hini for 20 years. In .-.the effects of the dead woman was this fragment of a poem and a haby'g shoe: "Sometimes the little lips of him, all dewy, wet and tender, ome searching at the mother's The'little shoe, knitted and 'cared for many, years by, a fond mother', whose arms never held, showed the stains of tears the little token caused. conceived a new idea of obtaining 'in-f, formation which cannot supplied uiman agencies. They arc training jigeons as pboTographers. The inven-v ,or of the pigeon photographer Neu- irovnnr, who, occupying a villa some listance [rom the sanatorium of which he had charge, thought of H- ahiishing a pigeon poet between the wo. places. Me found that ume ot played truant and made up ijV.'mind to know where they went, had small camerai made, which ic fixed on the birds' breasti with rac'cs. These, were passed under the wjiigs and buckled on the back. He n vented an appnratiii by which pig- ,00ns flying at the rate of 88 miles an hour can take eight phfltwgrRpht (luring this period without knowing it. The first results were mediocre, pigeons which were badly tmin ed, revolted against the earner.ti. The pictures obtained were so much blur.- retl that they furnished no "informa- tion." Doctor Ntuihrovner renewed his experiments, and has obtained bet fcr results. A humorist suggests that nil that is now necessary Is to put uniforms on the pigeons and en- roll then? in the. Ocrmnn Army. The Germans have great faith In their "pigeon believing that in a war they will be able to bring back photographs of an enemy's po- sition. Montreal will improve the Champ le Mars aj a cost of S70.000. Large, light, delicjously flavored loaves ind to the sack thin from any The housewife who uses ROBIN HOOD Four knows this, ind will UBC no other. money-back ROBIN HOOD FLOUR ;