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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday.. Tune 10. 1011.. THE Let Us Get Better Acquainted! We have a PRO POSITION toiuakoEVKKVMANxvho is on a new house, burn or other I) nil dings or It is a PKOP081TIOX that SAVIXU OF DOLLARS to you and should be TAKEX OF ev- ery prospective builder. But don't wait till you want to build 10 get ac- quainted with us or hesi- tate localise von have only a, small order. AVe arc hereto take care ol all orders larirc or small a'nd can do' promptly and carefully and make if worth your while to buy of us. Come once and you will come again to Citizens Lumber Co. Limited PHONES: Yard office 362 General office 334 1st Avenue S, and 121-2 Street P.O. Box 684 TO HOLD SERVICE Coronation Day-Wish of General Assembly is so Expressed June union is die -big issue yet to come before the general assembly. The .winding JJonnaiitee, of which Princi- jjjii Patijik of Winnipeg is chairmu.ii, vTill report on Tuesday evening. The special' committee appointed by this assembly and of which Prof. Ballan- .'Vie of Kriox church, Toronto, is I he will not report till later- On Monday at noon the time and place next meeting of the as- sembly will be fixed.The special com: nlittee appointed to prepare a coron- ation auuress .to His -Majesty will also prepare a farewell address to his ex- cellency. Earl .Grey and an address oT. welcome to His koyal Highness, its Duke of Cpnnaught. The assemb- lv decided to ask the various minis- LTrs of the church to arrange for spec- s'1 servToes for coronation day, June if possible, if not on the Sun- tiny following. The first report, re- coived this morning was that on evan- gelism social and moral reform, pre- Wnted -by Rev. Pidseon, Vancouv- SENT OFFICER TO SEAT CROWDS TO SPY ON THEMi AT CORONATION Secured Important Docu- ments of Chinese Revolutionaries Victoria. B. C.. June steam- er Titan brought news from Caseon today that Admiral Li, who is in charge of the naval forces in South China, frustrated a recent uprising. He eent one of his lieutenants to profees himself a revolutionist and secured a membership in the band. The officer obtained papers of the rebelsrbaving been elected an officer of.; the- revolu- tionary forces arid had photographs of them "made, which were seat to Acl- jniral Li. The documents showed it. v.-as the intention to establish a gov- ernment in South China. All arrange- Lond'on, June Whitsuntide holidays gave a brief respite to the coronation preparations, which are now being, resumed with increased en- ergy. London, so far as the route of procession is concerned, is becoming unrecognizable in its garb of new paint; decorations and grandstands and pillars for street adbrnment. In Westminster abbey the structur- al changes have been completed. For tlie coronation ceremonies tri- bunes have been erected with a sen-t- ing capacity of persons. The prevailing colors of decorations are blue and gold. The program has been fully arranged and it- only remains to liolri rehearsals within the coming ernuieni m -3uum inents were made for a provisional! fortnight lor the 200 persons government and edicts had been-pre- ed in the ceremonial, which en- will pared ordering that no foreigner rio.r some new features, notably foreign interest was ta be interfered j for the first time No: Manchuria was contemplated as intended by re- volutionaries. .Plots were made for enforcing loans from rich Chinese for payment of the army. ARE D. C. L.'s Oxford, 'June degree of D. C. L. was- eon.ferred. today upon Pre- mier Ward, Premier Botha and Fre" ".fnier Morris. UNION MEN ONLY TO BE EMPLOYED Vancouver, B. C., ;Tune 10. The threatened obstruction in the way. of building ihe booths for the "Made in fair has now been removed. L'nion labor alone will be used in the erection of the .structures required. Despite the buildina; "trades, PREPARATIONS cxisling in the organized labor party has magnanimously agreed to furnish the labor -to complete the work delay. The fair is to be held to-provide funds .for building a Convalescent home under the aus- pices'-of the Kings Daughters, and the understanding is that union men only will he employed in the erection ot that building. BRANDON SOAKED FOR THE CAMP Capt. Ripley, Quarter-.VIaster-Sergt. jllibson and four meji of the -5th Bat- C. F. A- will leave on .Monday Calgary as an advance party to prepare the camp ground for the 'battery, which goes into camp on 'Tuesday. Lieutenant MewbuTn and itwo men go to Raymond on Monday 'to bring in the horses from Ray ranch. The last regular drill will be held tonight at 7.30 at ithe city market, but the battery will i assemble on Monday evening at the same place to receive final orders. j liecruils have been signing up during the last few days .but .more can be: accommodated. The of- ;ficer commanding is desirous of meet- ling all who wish to go at the drill j tonight, as he wishes to have a. full jcomplement of men if possible. Mi'LAUGHLIN-JiVlCK MOTOR CAKS Seventeen Models, with choice of colors and equipment, in lialf-fory doors, full doors, torpedo body. GARAGE 1227 80MPAS STREET (OLD CITY AUTO Competent Mechanic in Charge. Stored and Repaired at Moderate Charge. MCLAUGHLIN KIOS Call and inspect our varied stock of these fine vehicles. Twenty styles set up in our show room. DUXLOP TIRES A thousand dollars worth of casinjjs and tubes in stock iu from 30 x 3 1-2 up. The features ot this Dunlops are a much heavier stock, two extra thicknesses of canvas, a tube-protecting flap attached to inside of.each casing. Dunlops are giving splendid satisfaction. Call and examine these tires. WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12 1-2 St. S. (Ford St. East.) P. 0. BOX 112 TELEPHONE 1244 heavy Rainstorm Floods Streets Cellars LORD HALDANE'S HOPES Brandon, June heaviest KS Herpicide A-Scientific .Achievement The discovery and turning .in an alarm of fire makes possible the heroic j and public functions the fireman in'putting it out. standard hearers representing the overseas dominions, as well as Eng- land -Scotland and Ireland. _ The overseas troops' also will be iminstonn taw season, accompanied .iven a post of honor outside Buck-py nail and thunder, passed over, the j vif Thursdav evening. Ram caine ingham palace and around the toria memorial on coronation day There has been a lull in entertain-j _ HaHsto es n-ip'nm ns the king is spending a few t ti.s u.u 0 o very large but did no damage days with his troops at Aldershot. This is in the nature of a holiday, after the fatigue of dealing with thcjwa multiple arrangements for the coron- ation. From next Saturday there About an inch of althongh ic some places it mucfa lieavier rhaa otbers. Jn gourJs district they bad raiu_ This, with the heavy rain of he a constant round of royal raorru-ng has greatly helped Grain is makin Undiscovered, a fire spreads with amazing rapidity. destroying every- thing within reach. The discovers' of the dandruff germ -was of inestimable value to mankind but only because it paved the way for the greater service, the discovery of yewbro'a Herpicide. Dandruff is, and its spread'is checked by the use of Herpi- cide. This delightful scalp dressing kills t.he germ, and prevents the hair It "stops that itching al- j'rom fallin inos tending; t'P to nearly the end'01.July, j DRUGGIST LEFT will yield a large sum in succession duties to the Ontario government. crops. good progress. Cool weather; which has followed the recent rain, has allowed tne moisture to soak into the land and roots are well set and show great j vigor and stability. Reports from sur- Cathrines, June a ten 'rounding districts are very encourag- per cent basis the estate of William jlng A known farmer from J. McCartney, the Thoroid druggist, Brandon in the city today saj-s uropped dead a few days ago. crops are in splendid condition, going ahead almost as if In a not They have not looked so well Bclieves'That Empire Consolidation is in Sight London. June Haldane. secretary for war, speaking before the Victoria league, said: ''This great problem of imperial defence was the great bond and means of bringing to- gether the different governments of. tiie empire to a common mind on [questions which a few years ago would have been handled by Downing street'to the exclusion of other gov- ernments, but were now discussed by a larger and more extended cabinet tnan their ancestors could have con- ceived. My hope is that the bonds which hold the empire will become so solid that, they could feel themselves truly one I. }JHjlUG original dandniff germ destroyer. Anyjoia. other preparation making is an imitation. Recommended and applied by first- class barbers. Send lOc in postage or silver for sample and booklet to The Herpicide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich. .McCartney was worth about twenty years and there will -be standard and He about fifty houses in lars.e crops> One dollar size bottles are guaran- nil LAND FOR CALGARY HOSPITAL Ottawa, Ont. June order in council has been passed making a free I to' Calgary Gen'er? 1 Hospital of slightly less than 14 acres of land for GARY CONTRADICTS Version of Formation of Steel Tryst Different Than Gates' D. Higin- which, application was made some time ago on behalf of the hospital. HIM HOXOIA Jl 'BOJ-OIA S'lHIO C1MV SA03 HHOA Washington. .Time Elbert Gary, executive head, of the United IStates Steel Corporation, told the ihouse committee oi" inriuiry today" a I version oi" the formation of that en- 'terprise which contradicted The testi- mony of John Gates, that the threats of Andrew Carr.egie to build rival roads artd .works had in- duced J. Pier.Ronl j-organ to institute negotiations culminating in the gigan- tic steel combination. Gary p.iso declared that if former President Roosevelt had not. approved of the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Co. the IT. S. Steel Corporation, he ('Mr. Gary) never would have voted TO consummate that deal. 'SUFFERING INSTANTLY RE- safe speedy cure. If your denier does not. keep them, we will rani! you a box (IS pow- ders) on receipt of 20 cents. J. L. MATHIEU. Proprietors, Shcrbrocke, P. Q. All the Employees of the Baldwin Locomotive Works Out Philadelphia, Pa-, June 10. The locomome builders council composed of delegates from the 110 labor un- ions, made up of employees- of the Baldwin Locomotive Works last night officially sanctioned the strike which for two days has been in progress at the works. At the close of the meet- ing of the council today it- was an- nounced that of the workmen employed by the firm would be fount! in the ra-nks of the strikers. The council issued a statement that ture a brief religious service was attitude uf the company following; the decision of the national officers iasi, Sunday not to strike. It- was stated that on last" Monday many ot the men were ordered by their fore- men to take oft' their union badges. Some of them refused, it is said, and were discharged. ORDER OF GARTER FOR PRINCE EDWARD London, Jtme first great social function associated with the coronatioii of King Edward V. was witnessed today at 'Windsor, where the Prince -of Wales was invested with the insignia oC the Order of the Garter. Elaborate ceremonies [ron the connstiuition of the order 55 years ago, was conducted in the throne room. King George and Queen Mary, with the Knights of the Order, attended in gorgeous robes and full insignia-of the order. The King himself buckled the blue velvet garter upon the loft leg of.- the youth- Ful knight. Following the investi- ttite a brief religious service v.-as held at St.. George's chapel, and the King and Queen and Knights then re- turned to the castle. The -ceremony .was private, but hoys from Eton, i civic authorities of Windsor and a j few privileged ones were permitted to view the procession. ASKS INVESTIGATION PLOT TO VOTE ON RECIPROCITY Washington, June by Democratic senators congress should sit until the ol' the December session if jrtecessarv in order to get H vote of bouse on the free list hill and jwoolen schedule gives rise to rumors today that there is a democratic plan aroot to head up a vote on Canadian reciprocity. The details of the al- plot, said to be conconcted by senators Williams of Mississippi, of Indiana and Stone of Mis- souri, are "these: to make the condi- tion of a vote on reciprocity, votes also on the two house tariff meas- ures and vice versa. As the. sea- ale dees alt Its business by unanim- ous consent only, any one senator can a vote on reciprocity as long as he has the yower to rise and say; "I object" MARKETS BAD WINDSTORM IN NORTH DAKOTA j Fargo, N. D., June the re- 'sult of a wind storm over North Da- JKota tonight, wires throughout the ;slate are down. At Grand Forks the (wind took the concrete cornice off the iY. C. A. building, blowing it rlown linto the stens. At Thompson it was !reported two people were killed but ;tlie report is not verified. BIRKENHEAD STOCK MARKET Liverpool. June Rogers A Co. report today that the Birkenhead market showed a slight reduction in price, the demand was slow but the tone of the market was stronger-for both States and Canadian cattle which. Isold from 12 to 12 1-2 cents per lb. Sheep were lower and may be quot- ed- for wethers 11 cents and Iambi 113 cents per pound. GRAIN PRICES Wiunipeg, June markets? WINNIPEG wheat opened 89 3-4. closed 98 5-S; October opened 89, closed 87 3-4. opened 37 5-8. closed 37 1-4; October closed 35 1-2. closed 2.20; October closed "1.25. WINNIPEG Nor- thern 97 1-4. 2 Northern 9.4 3-4, 3 Nor- thern 90 1-2, No. 4 85 1-2. No. 5 No. 6.73 1-2, Feed 61. W. 36 3-4. FJax-No. 1 N. W.-2.20. American wheat open- ed 96 "1-8. closed 94; September opened 92 3-4. closed 91 1-4; 9i. 7-s.' _ wheat opened 91 3-4, closed 88 5-8; September opened S9 3-4, closed S8; December opened SI 3-S, closed-89 7-8. I W. R. PAUL FOR OTTAWA i Toronto, June, R. Paul may retire from the provincial politics .ac- cording to a rumor at the .Parliament liiiilriings todayv Uriah V7ilson, f., for Lennox and Addinjrton piates retiring and Jhv Paul is men- tioned as his successor as' Conserva- tive candidate. The convention is on June 15. PRESBYTERIANS PLACE FINGER ON SOURCE OF WEAKNESS Otfawa, June Social and Moral reform report submitted 'by the Presbyterian General Assembly today. is the paragraph, "The Protestant church, is- deserting the congested sec- tions. It is losing its life seeking to save it. It is slowly but surely moving away from the aassee of the people and forsaking them to Roman- ism, Judaism The committee that it will change its name and here- after it will be known as the Board Social Service and iGRAVE ANXIETY IN i SAILORS STRIKE SITUATION New York. June London ca- ible says: Grave anxiety is felt in shipping circles concerning, the labor !situation at Southampton" docks' which jit is feared may prove to be -the beginning of. the'long prophesied in- 'r.ernational- shipping strike. At pres- ;ent over a. dozen large steamers are held up "there owing to the refusal of !ihe coal porters to load them unless ;their demands ror increased pay are yielded to." Kingston, Ontario, v ARTS, EDUCATION. THEOLOGY, MEDICINE, SCIENCE including The Arts course may be taken -by corresDon but students desirins TO -.Eradu- ate must attend one session. July 3rd to lltli. For Calendars Istrar, G. Y. CHOWX. Kingston. Ont. ilnto Circumstances Connected With Quebec Bridge Contract School; of'Mining A Cttl.l.KC.K OF SCIENCE t'nlvrrBity W. J. LINDSAY HAS SURRENDERED Toronto. -Tune J.. Lindsay surrendered himself ro the police this morning at ten o'clock. Vor the past five months or more there has been z warrant out for his ,ir- i-pst in connection with the Farmers' Hank. London, June to Sir Kir Wilfrid Lauriers letter in r.he rimes, regarding the placing of the ;contract recently for ihe Quebec bridge. Dudley Docker, chairman of ithe British, company who charged dis- 1 crimination, against the Dominion gov- iernmenr. in giving, the. contract, to a 'Canadian firm whose lender was high- 'er. said that, possibly Premier Laimer jwas nol personally acquainted wifh I all the circumstances of cnse and d an inquiry into these which Docker gave in detail. He con- jsidered that, under the circumstances the contract should have been placed with his company but his curious complaint was that whilst competi-. itiou was called for in tendering, the contract was placed without there bo- ms- any competition. "It had been our concluded .Mr. Docker, "ro establish works in different par.s i of Canada, but the circumstances at- tending these tenders have put an end to such a project and the a {lair doubtless have a iiko effect with oth- er companies who held similar ideas." KINGSTON. ONT. mill ChcniNJry unit >Hncm anil CiifHilcid Kinrlnrci'iiiff Civil KuirinepHuir Swnltary K T'cv for Jans Weddings WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU EXPECT AT TORY MEETING? .Nelson. June crowded aud- ience tonight with twelve exceptions voted againsi '-he reciprocity policy o" tlve government after n in fTenonnciatioii of the measure bv A.S. Goodeve. Hon. Thos. Taylor, minister of public works, also spo' i and on the platform were Harry Wright M.'P., J. ll.'Schofield M.P.P., and W. R. Braden, M.P.P. THE JOB DEPARTMENT of the Le'chbridge Herald is especially well equipped to handle this class of work to your satisfaction. We do a great cfea! of a complete stocK of the correct stationery and are familiar with proper It is always advisable to place your order well ahepd if you can. But we turn out all work promptly, and if you are in a hurry we will do our best for you. i For and all particulars call at, or address The Herald Job Qept, MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION, PHONE 125J ;