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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rtt THI2 irUKlOGE-DATtY IIERALI) Wednesday, J uly N. W, ALLIN ChemUt A Druggist. W. 0. KENNY Stationer A NEW STORE WITH A NEW STOCK We to announce to the people of Lethbriclge that we now have a well-equipped Drug and Stationery Store Our Drug Department'i's.-hoVreivdy lo supply your wauls nny of Ihe linos that are usua.lly carried in an up-to-date drug-store. A visit to our store will.convince you tivatve have ;i complete stock.o.t' DRUGS AND CHEMICALS DRUG SUNDRIES TOILET REQUISITES PERFUMES CAMERAS PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES STATIONERY MAGAZINES OFFICE SUPPLIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES LEGAL FORMS FANCY GOODS Our prescription department will lie under the personal supervision of Mr. Allin. All prescriptions will receive careful attention at the hands of 'capable dispensers. Our Book, Stationery and Office Supply Department will be per- sonally managed by Mr. Kenny. Avho will devote his entire time and attention.: to tliis department. Phone us your'wants and they will be promptly delivered to V'aixy part of the city. KENNY ALLIN HOT HOSMER MERCURY ABOVE 90 FOR CELEBRATION ON LA- BOR DAY OLIVER: BLOCK DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS 'nSUCCESSORS TO KENNY'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1487 LETHSRIDGE, ALTA. llosmer, July niece- of AU's. Johii JVIUNvrovo urrivftcl on Monday morning's passenger from Calgary visit to Ilosmcr. The thermometer on Tuesday aftor- luou registered 92 degrees in the shade tlic coolest jilare in town at the present time is certainly hot Wain street. believe it would be to the brrieflt of our store-keepers il they to exert themselves a lit- tle more in the.matter of keeping the sidewalks well sprinkled during tho excessively warm as with the thermometer up in the nineties, Indies nre afraid to venture out shopping in the afternoon. What a difference a few well placed shade trees along the, roadside would make to both the appearance and comfort of the town, ,at this period of the year. A special meeting of the Hosmer Football club was called tor Wed- nesday evening on the club ground, to discuss business of importance. Quite a number of Itosmerites have j announced their intentions of taking DOUBLE WEDDING PLEASES LILLE The results of the final esamii i tlons for admission to the bar of th province conducted- by the Law' S of Alberta in -May last have ju gbeen issued by the education [legislation committee of the Benc ters. The society's gold medal f 11912 has 'been awarded to Mr. Kei J Campbell 'Mackenzie, B.A., of Edmo ton, who .stood first among tie candidates -with a percentage on th "Whole of 78 1-11. The Edward Thorn I eon Co, prize.has been awarded Mr. Frederick Stanley-Albright, of Calgary, who stood second '-.with percentage on the whole of 77 S-l None of :the other candidates receive over 75 par cent, but all were cessful in; passing. .The full-list a ranged in-order of "merit1 is'as fo Iowa: Keith Campbell Mackenzie, B. A (with Messrs. Short. Cross Co.. Stanley Albrigh B.A., (with Messrs. Clarke. McCarth Co., William Hector'JI I elland (nith "Messrs Church Co Bnan Le 5 Roy Cooke, B.A., (with NJC, Willsb: Esq., Gordon Lovat Fra Zser, B.A., (with Mesirs. Short, Cros J i Co Edmonton) Andrew Harol y. GiDBOH B A. (with J E Wallbndgt jjjJEaq., J. Edward Browiir B.A., (with ilesara. iftjir, Jeph Adams, CaJgarj'J; Daniel Lee p Redman (with, Meaara Loughedd Co., J. W. f hng Duncan (wltli Cony jfbeare Church t Co (with 'Messrs J Short Ross A Co Calgar-v) Harvey igtHison Pnce BA (with. Mesara. Bennett Co Calgary) f Clare Montrose Wright, BA. (with Rjan Robinson V Harold E. (with SJessra. Short, Cross Co., Fred L Clare (with D..S.' Mofiat, Ohaiincey MACLEOD FAIR OPENS THURSDAY GREAT PROGRAMME .OF EVENTS AND LARGEST NUMBER OF ENTRIES ON RECORD Macleod, July Macleod ''air, which will be formally declar- Correll Pollard (with Messrs. Loug- ei1 "Pen on. Thursday "t 2 h-eedv Bertnett Co.. Robt. o'clock by Mis y.ny.ar Sted- P'ulton Barnes (with Messrs. McXeill Martin, George William's -Massie, B.A., (with B. R, Golding Esij. John Harold; .Tack-son, lmve been (wnh Messrs.-Iveniinis t Thomson, I h Pincller-Creek) Stuant Mathe- son'- (-with Messrs. Hyndman Hynd H. Elton, {with M-essrs. Ball, Leth- Zebulou William Jacobs, B.C.L., (with Messrs. Loug. lieed. Bennett Co., 'Henry Roberts, (with.H. C. Moore, Esq., Francis Thomson Hay- den, (with Ifeskrs. Lougheed, Bennett Co., Reginald Cnmber- B.A., (with Messrs. Boyle, Parlee Co., William in the Stampede at Calgary on Sep- tember 2nd.; What-about the Labor Day sports in Hpsiner .this year .Is nothing goiiig to.be done ia this' di- rection..' Those of iis who .remember the success'which attended the ef- forts of the promoters of the sports 1909 are convinced that Hosmer can handle an .undertaking of this de- scription as well ,as any other town along the Pass, especially in view of the fact that work has been .steadier at this place than at many other TWO POPULAR GIRLS WEDDED- NEWS OF FAST DEVELOPING CAMP l.illic, .Inly. Saturday, July Mr. Jos. two daughters'were married in the Cath- olic church -.it Frank. Miss Nulliu Fauro was .united, in wedlock to Mr. Frank popular engineer at the Hear Valley mine. Miss Car- men Kabro took as her life and protector, Mr. H. Rinaldie, who has been employed here for a long time as carpenter .with the Western Cana- dian Collieries. The two girls have lived in Lille for the Jast six years, with their parents, who have operated the Lille Bakery. Mr. Mareur and his bride will saon nako their departure" for Italy where Marcor will engage in business. Mr. li'inaldie and his hridc will reside icre in Lille.for the present, but ow- ng to the closing of the mines, it is ikely they, will soon make their hopie. n some other .town in the Crow. A number of friends were up Satur- y night from surrounding towns to ongratulate the happy couples and have a share in the wedding feslKi- tics. The young couples have .the hesl (with W: S.. Jotmslone, Esq., Ca-fd- .diaries Arthur Wilson (with Messrs. Iferrwood Harrison, Ed- monton) Frederick Lotiry Shouldice ;.with Messrs. Clarke, McCarthy and John White Crawford, 'with Messrs. -Tweadie, McGillivray ?o., Gerald Charles O'Con nor (with Messrs. Griesbach, O'Cori nor The marks obtained' 'by each can- :idate are being forwarded" toy -the ecretary. It is expected that the results of the rst ,and second intermediate, exam- natiocs will be announced within the i-ext few days. TEUTONIC BLUSTER AND ILL TEMPER man, will he ono'of the finest little fairs held in tho province this year.' Over three hundred more entries this year than ever before. This is aa increase 35 per cent. In tlie poultry classes 340' entries have been received, as .co'mpa'rcu with 157 iast'year. Birds will he here Calgary, Lethhridge, Medicine Hat, and n-.'any intermediate points. Tlie horse classes are, also much better filled than .ever before sixty en tries. Jiaving been this year, while- thirty-seven was the total last year. Among the ..exhibit- ors of horses 'C. Drawn-. oi Con-ley, who will show his .famous Percherons. He .is1 bringing tw.q car- loads of stock. There will be keen competition in every class. Among the largest local, exhibitors will be James McLean and Joseph Hodge. The racing stables are now full, but an addition of twenty stalls is being erected and will be finished today. Forty race horses will be here for [be speed events. Many, of them have been here for some days training. There.-will be a; splendid list of litractions. These will include, nov- elty races, gymkana events, ..Scotch ivord dancing, tilting at the and trick jumping. Paris, July outburst of in- i0nation in Che German press against le, program of. defence as utBnediin the British parliament by 'inston Spencer Churchill, First ord of the Admiralty, is regarded ere ae an example of record for hi uster iand ill temper." UlcCaul has been practising at Andre Tardieu, editor of Ihe Temps j grounds for several days past uts out that sis weeks ago, GerM The. Macleod hand will be in any, without the slightest provoca-! raining- increased her armj If wishes of the entire community. John Murray has left the camp. Friends received a letter from him from Diamond City, where lie has se- cured a position in the mines. Mr. Murray is one of the old-timers of the camp, and will be missed by ev- eryone. The Hillcrest and Lille football match was owing to -i.he number of boys'from, the Lille i-.mit jwho .have left the camp. Jos. Fahro. will leave in a short time for Blairmore, where he intends in the bakery busings. muniiy and not" left to ono group nr I, John Garratt> the-populaisfireioss, j.lias taken Iiis family to .Hurmis, j Mr. Oarratt, has signed on with the ebal company there. The geological survey-camp, which has been, located about 'nine miles of UIIe.7, on the North Pork j trail, will move to Daisy creek, r the work they are doing be continued. Miss Elizabeth Williams, who -has been taking her, school examinations at Blairmore, returned -to camp the last of last week. K. L. Dawsori, the clerk and countiint of the >Y. C. C. Ltd., camps along the Pass during the past few monll's, providing the work and arrangement of details are.shoul- dered by every section of tlic corn- party; Surely .the storekeepers would welcome thr and help out in every possi'LIe way. Hammocks Refrigerators Screen Doors Windows Clearing At Cost Splendid Assortment in each line employ of tfie O.P.K. 3Irs. Keivur vill remain with her family here, for a month or so. ARE VACCINATING ,FOR_TYPH01D Moose Jaw.nJuly vaccinat- ed" is 11 local slogan now. But not for tame. '-The 'ty- phoid agilui with the prairie cities, and vaccine treatment is -getting such' a' boost in the local press that many are 'applying to the city, hospital for innoculation. The C. P. R. employees have, nearly all been treated, with the exception of some ,of the foreign element, -who stubbornly -refuse to show an.awn. Three thousand innoculations have arrived from the.Toronto tberaputic department of .inuoculation, and these will be administered free to appli- cants. There are. ten cases'of typhoid n the city at. present. The Health Department is carrying on a vigorous campaign in favor-of the vaccine. ac- -at the .ting Tom McCaill, with the horse "Pad dy" will alteiiipt to umnin at j Lethbridge Monumental and Cot Stone Works V SIMPSON AND NEEDS, Importers of Scotch Granite itk St, S.. near 3rd Ave, Lethbridge. WILL BENEFIT BY OEJTING jit on or f over men and began th. nstruction of new worka of fortifl tion.and new railroads on an enor oug scale on her western frontier ut the French press, JIB says, wiselj frainedifrom useless lamentation or dlgnation and tho French war rain ler immediately set to wori to in ease capacity and efficiency ol e French army to meet this addi m to the fighting strength of Ger any. Today when Britain decides Increase her naval strength to ilnt that absolutely required for ir national defence, German public linion should follow the example t by Prance sis weeks ago, It, is 'ded, and not "storm and bluster'! a step, that the British nation re- rds as a. measure {or seK nrotec- m. The Temps concludes -by voicing e pronouncement of France that tor many years to come the -present arm- ed pease U tho only peace possible and .that the Socialist Utopian Illus- ion of A disarmed, peace inevita'bl: dlaaatrous war And annihilation. national HELD UP A STAGE Gal., July 'iains and Bartlett Suringu wns held up yestorday tao Prim grade, about 15 rnflci from WlUiams. The secured afetut la caih. fine weather contin lies', the fair be a highly in every re- spopt. from NEW YORK ;WANTS THE POPULAR FALLON l.'ondon, Ont., July stcrj New York, appearing in.- th- I'Yce Press to the effect that his lord ship Bishop Fnllon is to be elevatet to an archbishopric in New York finds no credence in this city. Then, again, it Is pointed out that in the Iloman Cltholic church it IB liome which makes the. appointments and while the priests and the people cf New York might want- Bishop Fnl- Ion. the Holy Seo would not allow this to interfere with -the Important work of the diocese of London. Of course, it may .be that representations will be made to Rome to have Bishop Fal- lon sent to Now York as an archbish- op, and it is possible that certain pro- miirent Roman Catholics may come lo London to endeavor to Induce his lord- ship to give his consent to leave On- tario, ao that thin consent may be us- ed in the representations to he made, to Rome, but further than It is not likely that anything will be done. An Kngllnh ayndlcate has bought 5000 acres of land naar London and cut it up Into amall fruit farms. Lightning struck Ihe residence of W. Pulling, near Sandwich, causing SUFFERED EVERYTHING Lille, has been transferred to Blairmofe office. Rohert Griffith, the captain. of the Lille football team, has- left for Bur- mis, where be will work [or the- coal company thp.re.1 George Davidson; the blacksmith, ins gone -to Hillcrest; to work; Dominique Serra was visiting :riemls Sunday. The Satori brothers, miners' from Colcman, were hauled up Monday at Blairn'oi-e, hy Const. Scarl- of Lille, for violating the fish and game regu- lations. The worst charge against them was catching and retaining fish less than nine inches long. It is hoped that tliis will he a warning to dis- ciples of-Isaac Walton, -to put, the small fish back in tlic streams where they ..have a chance to grow. T.hesc violations only- mian the complete' ex- Mr. Keith who has' been visiting urroimding towns for a week, has cturned to Lille, to make arrangc- nents for removing his household oods. J.- L. Griffith, MIR fire boss, lias been transferred to Bellevuc. Miss Mary Moxin visited with! parents at Rlairmorc, Sunday. Mr. Searney and family, are leav- ing; camp for Prince Kupert. The exodus of miners from Lille still continues, anil unless something unforeseen-'.turns up, Lille' is doomed, and will soon repose .in solitude. MASINASIX her I Masinasin, July H. White has raised the roof on his house, which makes ttuite an improvement, both as to looks am) comfort. Mrs. Herb who has been visiting wi th Chnsl Crouoher and. friends for the past ten days, re- turned lo Milk River Friday. Jones, Blumgreen and- others went to I.ethbridge on Friday. Allister Cameron is on his way to I.ethbridge [tqday to take .in f he city, afier working on a1 ranch in Montana all summer.- v "The' li'tfle. chiFcf of Isaac Mantel took suddenly sick last week and Mike Ross? and Mrs., Rosse visited dioil: The parents have the sympathy camp Thursday. their neighbors. Mr. Grah'am, the manager 'of Grain around here is looking ever district for P. Burns, drove up, Sun- so much better than was expected a day night. GREAT WHEAT AT MILK RIVER termination of our mountain trout it a check is not put upon such work'. The Lille coke ovens will probably For Years, Restored To Health Jo, By Lydia E. Veg- etable Compound. Canadian women are continually writ- ing us such letters as the two following, which are heartfelt expressions of grati- tude for restored health: Glanfovd Station, have ta- ken Lydin E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound- and never found any medicine to compare with it. I bad ulcers and fall- ing of womb and doctors did me good. I Buffered dreadfully for years until I'began taking your medicine. I ai- recommend it for norvo.usriesc and in- digestion. Mrs, i HENWY CLARK, Glnnford Station. Ont Chesterville, Ont. I heard your nedlcines highly praised, and a year ngo .began taking them for falling of womb and ovarian trouble. My left side pained me all the time ,nd just before my periods which were rregulir and painful it would be worse. sit down caused me pain and suffer- rig and I would be so neryom some- imes that I could not bear to aec any ne or hear any one speak. Little ipecks as they have the last coal ready to charge them. with. Octave Hollaricl .visited Frank 'gun- day. May.Uhe P. Burns' represent- ative in will leave the las1, of lhc month, t.p go. in the same line, ol business for himseff at Bcllcvuu. H. It. .Uinelfnc, the manager of the Lille In a few days to assunie of tlie Hellevuc hotel at Hcllcvuc. The. Lille hotel in common with thr other husi-' ness institutions of the camp, will be closed .down. Nic Desanto, the genial bartender of the Lille gone to Frank, 25 TO 30 BUSHELS. TO ACRE IS YIELD QUALITY Milk- River, July Bohrn- stcdfc Farm has finished cutting Four hundred acres of fall wheat that a yi.cld of twenty-five 'to thirty bushels an acre. Mr. Groshbng siys it- is a very even field and a fine sample. The sickle is quite busy with fall uhcat. Madge.-ami son are ciiHine; a large field thai promises a yield of twenty-five, bushels, and is-a very good sample. These fields as others like them, were plowed in the sifring of 1011, and worked flown'for file fall seeding. It carried the.mor- al for Southern Alberta fanners. Joseph McK.niglit is building a fine lioine on his home.ste.id.-It is a two- storey cottage roof, house, twcnty- finir fcsl sqiiarc. This is lhc begin- ning of other hcauty spots on his Many talk of hotter pas- Mr. McKnighl has seen- Other colonies jitul nurts of the Unit- ed States and feels. this, is the spot. The Canadian Bank of Commerce have fenced their lot. It helps io, im- prove the town. iVh'o will he the next io put up a lawn fciK-e and make a lawn while hack. It looks now as though we woulil have a: fair crop. The Sunday school from 2-J2 and many others, had a .picnic last week, enjoying themsnlves immensely pick- ing berries, eating delicious lunches and ice cream. Ed.- Hutchins, who .went to Sas- Idichewah lust week, writes hack that things look prosperous and he is having' a while visiting there. Miss Paulson came home from CoaJ- dalfi (o visit her parents for a while. School onpnqd up in the 2-12 school hpuso today "for. the summer term, with Miss Sinclair as teacher. where he will accept a position with I Where is the weetf insnrctor the Sanitarium hotel. The coal "c'ls company has commenced ng up the track from the tun- in the mine, which doesn't look float before my eyes and I was Iways constipated. "I cannot say too much for Lydia E. 'inkham's Vegetable Compound and 'ivcr Pills, for there are no medicines ko them. T .have taken them :and I ecommend them to all women. You may ublish this testimonial." Mrs. STB- HEN J, JURT1N, Chwttrville, Ontwio, Canada f much like a near resumption' of op- cr.Hions. The Western Canadian Collieries arc ,removing the houses from the east end of town, to nialrmorc. This is only one evidence of the breaking up of the camp. M. C'omperino drovt down to Pass- burg Monday night. Hev. Lang has left Lille, owing to lhc closing down of tlio church. Hr.. Lang will take charge of- the I'iiss- bnrg.church. His departure is regret- cd by (he remaining few. (John Hertoinc has made his depar- ture from Lille to seek employment elsewhere, L L. Kcivcr, thr eondiictor of the Lillc.train, hoe resumed to enter S5Q.G0, IN CASH PRIZES FOR BEST BREAD 1 AT LETHBR1DGS FAfK .1 MADE FROM -oyu FLOUR See prize list or write Us for. full Information ENTRIES >FREE The Ellison Milling Co. THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASE HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Eddy's Hatches have sui- isffed CaimdiaiM Elucc no othors ThaJLJL Etiity Company, Hull, Canada ;