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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vridny. June 0, 1911. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. MISS MAY EGBERTS Supported by L. Victor Gillard and a strong cast TO-NIGHT THE JUDGE AND THE GIRL" CHAMPION NEWS VILLAGE COUNCIL 1 WOODMEN AT BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS AN All Star PROGRAM Friday and Saturday THE FALL OF TROY ALLREADYFOR THE CLEAN ING .Champion. June new vil- lage council has down to busi- ness. During last week a mecliiiK was held, at which Mr. Watson, our popular hardware nuin, was elected j chairman and Carniichael was elected secretary. Tenders are out For laying sidc- wulks around our village. Ki'V. fv Fair weather, of Wctaski- win, is visiting at the ranch j for a few days. Huildings are gome up in the Clev- er sub-division. The chop nrill has built a big addition. Mr. Watson i has had- a brand new front put in lus store. Our barber is erecting a new parlor. Other buildings arc mooted. Watch us expand 3 bit of painting is making! the village fresh and nice. j Th- Methodist church was crowded! Ottawa. June int i i ar the scenera! on Sunday last, when the local camp Presbyterian church is rhe .vp.-c-serna- t oi the Modem Woodmen of America tjve OI- the Kmheuian Independent i attended in a body. The march-! Church, Mr. John Me is led with regalia from iheir lodge iook after '.'a--, iimnvsts of jto Hie church. A special financial assistance Ironi Presbyterian boay. 'preached by rhe pastor. Herbert alaiemems that >m- K Godnian, on "What mean ye by thisjtholic rhis restin bly of WHITLANEWS TN FINE COR- ONATION DAY CELE- Whilla, June is booming and so are the crops. We are having nice showers each nigh' and bright v.arm days, and all farmers are enthusiastic and much breaking and flax sowing ib siill gding on. Whitla is goinu to celebrate Coron- ation Day in grand style. There will be horse races, bail games, tug-of- foot, races and various oilier limusetiu'iits. A Hall will he held in the evening, and in addition to these J. W. McXicul, of l.cthbridgf-, will with tis to ai .J. 29 no SI 32 snd in Township (Jiirsiy Hange S: and Sections in 24 I week, and in Township west j -Justice of {-.he Fourth "Meridian, have been i dun! IV Oreilie on erected into a School District under ieri by Airs. Sfrcca the name of The School j The Faith store District Xo. 2443 of'the Province of hist week, a undergo. Wtak. lame or aching back cornea from the kidneys, and when the kidneys are out of order Vne whole system Faith, June Faith post- office is nn establislied fact at last, as it was opened on May 1st on Sec. f, Tp. 4. R. 9, west of 4th Meridian, with .1. Sergcani as postmaster. An electric storm visited this coun- try on the 22nd, inst., with great force, doing no damage, but leaving plenty of moisture. The crop question is sctiled ibis year, as we have had a splendid seeding and growing sea.-j son alreadv and everything points'toi good crops. i The Farmers in this vicinity are' doing considerable breaking and seed- ing, but scarcity of tvire to fence with, is em.- r.r.y at present. Quite A large party of Russian Ger- man settlers have arrived at Faith to stay with Henry Ehnes on section 6 to take- up land in this district, as soon jus proper sites can be located. the 4-9 pioneer; has gone out to make a stake, that he may return and prove up. The Pour steam breaking outfit has arrived and is now doing good -work. We now have an up-to-da Ic baseball team formed and great things are'ex- pected soon. Leslie Hetherington has completed his new home on section 7. C. R. HlteiiHl. M- P. P., attorney! I general, :r- a de a flying visit to Faith! on .Saturdav Srd, inst.. and seemed I much elated over the development j j taking place in this pnrt of his con-' i stil'ter.fy. and is doing much to j make things more convenient for the j sctiler.s, i -George Sergeant visited the Hat i land filed his claim this week. I George Hit tori' came in from War- 1 tier wiiii a heavv loud on Saturdav. Mrs. U'ebh and Lena .Silkey, both aged l.S, of Syracuse, X. Y., were deported from Brockvjlle at the request of the former's husband. They had gone there with another man. EXAMPLE FOR ALL TO FOLLOW iviii soon have a telephone the south, l.S or 20 miles, five or six stations. L. T. L. of this place are hold picnic and entertainment on Saturday the 10th, everybody invited to attend. f. A. Forrest, hlocknian for the Massev-Ifarris Co., was in town on Wednesday. i Oland McMuilen, traveller For Cairp i bell.-Wilson it Home, of Lethbriuge, was in town Tuesday evening doing j the town. The glove contest at Bow Island i last 'Saturday evening bet.ween A. L. j Knsign, of and Kid Burns of I Winnipeg, was osisily won in the scc- i onri round bv Ensign. Toggery If Miss Eleanor Barr had not taken things in her own hands, her mother might have been a helpless invalid. But Miss Barr is a .very capable little lady. As a result, her mother is now well and strong again after being almost disabled. FIND GREAT SALT DEPOSIT Lincoln Center, Kas., -hme stead of gas or oil, a company pros- i peeling near here in Lincoln county, {encountered salt at a depth of 57-1 'feet. Since then the prospect hole has been put down to 700 feet, and i the drill is still in sail. It is bclicv-i i cfl the bed is 200 feet- thick. i A statistician has figured that there: [are more than bar-j i rels of salt in Kansas. i j Tlie deposit: as outlined is ,150 jmiler; long and '10 miles wide, and (covers an area of about square miles.'practically in the center of. the s'a'c from tiie north boundary to- jihe south. The beds range from lui.i to 1.000 feet below the surfvce. Specials for Friday 1 Saturday Only Men's Oxfords Gun Metals, Tans and Patents Special at Women's Pumps Oxfords In Patents, Gun Metals and Tans Special at Lots of Bargains in These We carry the most up-to-date line of Hosiery for Men, Women and Children in the City Mv MOTHCB. Slone. or Kidnev Pills are a specific for fill kidney troubles. They help the kidneys flush off the acrid and poisonous impurities whinh collected, thus clearing out the kidncys, bladder and urinary passages. per box or 3 for at ail deiicrs or mailed direct on rcf-oipt of Pen- Sunday, accompan of :i record the V.nz- author, made 'by Adams tiur- his After referring to Mjie characteristic remarks i about- Clirisr 'and Christianity, Prof. :Adams termed the British author ;i'ooi'' and he had shown e.xecnible asked -vh.-ii Shaxv had to !offer in the plsre of reli.uion. "Piny? j Puritans" or Vv'arrpn's Pro-; he siiDiioscd. The spoakfr on lo criticixe Shaw's latest production, "The Doeior's entered on a strong defence of ,thf> profession of medieine against the re-marks it 'will of n i'or f! to donate fair VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBEIDGE MOD; THE Eleganrh 8KLECT. PASHIOXABLE. FINEST APART.MENT BUILDING IN THE WEST. furnished single rooms, with bath, from per month and upwards, according to location. Suites o! furnished rooms, with uarlor, bedroom, hath, accommo- dating two persons if required, from per month and upwards. Housekeeping suit.es. completely ftij-nishod with every conceivable modern convenience, from per month. Apply I'orjiII itii'oniiaiioii io Mansions Office, hcnv vccn an p.m. FRED DOWXER. PROP. ;