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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TWE LKTHBRIPUF DAILY HEKALP vf WithO Wet or dry the people will come to buy when they get Bargains like ours. The Satur- day specials in particular are making every week end a record breaker. .Glance over the following; you'11 be interested. fi. i .Having, just unpacked twelve hundred dollars worth of Cut Glass in the new Tiffany ?i Patterns, tM first ever displayed in this city. Before, moving the entire stock including all the latest spring goods special sale, as .we intend to move nothing but the fixtures to our new store in July. The second week of the Big Sale will start Thursday with our window. Goods worth from to eachUfive Spot takes any article m the window. This window will last one week. Watch our window daily, as well as the bargains on the inside, as stock is on sale at 50c, 60c and 75c the _ on Now is the Time to Buy that June Wedding Present from Lethbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store Established 1898 R. A. Wright. The Jeweler Phones 1383 1259 C.P.O FINE GRANT THE CONGRESS (Continued from Front. Page.) the corporations _the governments and the Boards of "Trade "small as then, It'was hard to convince the the" grtfat heritage i thenj their service. The-real In the of -the West, while not deprecating) vast 'amount of work kdone Ipeople of provinces, was the 'Middle and Western to come to Can- ity but also a good Canadian citizen and a loyal subject of.the British Em- pire. Basing his predictions on the de- velopment of the west duimg the past fifteen years iJr. fDennis painted an alluring picture of w Iaat. Western Can- ada will be from now. At the present ratetot immigration he tsaid _that he saw1 no- reason why the jWestern should .not have before 1916 a population" numbering tion will eventually 'benefit all and it is only by working in harmony that the best results for the entire West can -tie obtained. This idea he im- pressed particularly upon those pres- ent because he believed that they were representative men who could understand the larger idea ojf a velopment along general lines for the good of the whole Dominion. The question of ridding the this antagonism of one toward another should appeal' GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF HUDSON'S BAY RY. (Continued from page 3) over five sojils-wtth a grain siich a, body as th.e Western Canada Associated Boards of Trade, for other -ada, wherfWfree 'land 'border was nejtrly all taken "up. Many theie expatriated who-took.'advantage of the splendid 'opportunities this vast new- country afforded .expansion, and during the nast few'years the rush for land in Westerns-Canada by tbe people of .the States has been unprecedented. -Theii; to try the new country and as a result production-.aJoneUpfvinore than five hundred .million yearly. This j that bod> more than, to'jiny was touching develppment I probably would the'future of" the last j fects" on the land, mention of I great. West as the centre l0f the Brit- not only to the settlers but what might be done to the way of man- ish Empire depend. up tb.e best any country under the -iun. 'x The and they artv calling" "others from every part They" find here development, bound to follow increase of population and -the Bav Reserve into which -hell and passed. explained that f the lad had stra? cd Tuesday fires meant higher good cituen of hiss, qwn qomonm- to follow. In this connection "he spoke Tof the imperialisUaldea that pervades j ulu Jiiu I1UU slld.1U11 l uesua-v nres meant mgfter rates 'that public press today and that jnoon' He was 3ocoted and', that compulsory Investigation these yeomen would act as a leaven tc Beeping m a clump of hush- j 'been the means of reducing the _ PC linfiit.'I'.i'rKrtf? I Vllim f i rl Thouiandl of people alt over this bnd night after: night on a sleepiest pillow. The eyes do not close in the refreaping slumber tost comes to thoee Whose heart and nerves are right. tre troubled with weak and Mothering spells; others palpitation of the; heart; 'others have their nerves uuhiafid; bat whatever the comes tatirtly from a f eruBgement of tltlier the or nerves, or both. Ntlbjiro's and Nerve -Pills offer found, refreshing shtu- do thti by their invigoratfcig tvoctros the t and nerves and -will tone up the wMe system to perfect t-- the thousands of from ,-es The grief-stricken of fires and 'every part of the worjd, destined to I condition o? the mother had roused .rates in these places. the nsurance In sending the find newliomes In Canada within the Public and many prominent -resolution C. H. Webster of Calgary citixens turned out to assist in "the tnat had already a fire _. C] commission. 5j "1 pleasure of telling 'MlbWfc'B Heart and did I would have weak ipflli, sttpird 1o' low my breath, and wpuld kavc up in night as I not tried awny medfcines MUbun'f ffeitt a HHS. I took three tons tpd It is three years ago I dM I kaven't been troubled Hilbiirn't AIM! Nerve Pills are direct on receii.t of by The tiiuneJ. next few years.. They would" intro- i ducp the "strong British that would go far toward making Can-1-------- ada one of the greatest of the j British Empire. Speakfng more particularly with j respect to the work of the Boards of Trade he "said 'that there was one thing that must be watched partic- ularly or serious reiults ralfhtceastly accrue.- In "country, In the early stages' of development it might easily happen -that part would be antagonistic to another. Tbi had been found to he the caM right in Western Canada, and while the competition might bring added zeal to the of thp different communi- tJes m bringing to the coun- try, nevertheless be was conyinced that the country hajj now reached such a of development, that this sort of thing mlglit titter be dropped. He said that he haf often net men j who rntthed to Cim-j ada but did not just Where to j locate In various j had told bi-n (bat were no good. Tlio now a j state of developvaeitt tbix-maN ter ran oe iTropwetl- tor betieHt of i ail. Wimi i A LIVING FLAG A UNIQUE FEATURE Preparations for Corona- tion Day Celebration Completed Preparations for the grand celebra- tion on June 22, Coronation Day, reaehe.3. ffie last stages arm only the f.nal_ are now necessary to maive this day oaf. thai will be long reroembeicd fay the loyal citizens 01 Southern. -Aiberta. One point which the committee m charge wish particu larly to impress upon tbe good peo- ple of the city is that every house in err" part "oPthe city should be spe- cially decorated in a fitting manner for the event as it is expected that a large contingent -of visitors from, the outlying- towns will be present Tor" the" ceremonies, and it wall add much to the cffect-ot the celebration if a grand decoratixe shou is made Besides the larger decorations of the business houses private-'residences -should be made to looic as gay as possible and people should M'C with each other to produce the best, results.. As for the celebration itself it promises, lo" be one of. uaprTcrdenied arandem. The committee have spar- ed no paint, 50 make it suitable to ixilj HP m charge grand parade in the apacily of.Jfrirsb.all The cadets are hard every day m prepara- tion foi the event and several hun- dred rounds _ of blank ammunition been their salute, MAJESTIC VTHEATRE W. B. SHERMAN? Manager. Front 646. To-morrow and Saturday, June 16 and 17 Boyle -WfrcUfaJk the Real MiMical'Comedy "A WINNING MISS" And With Max Bloom, Comedian 50 others.'including; the-icsai teautilul chorus that Wwt...... Seats on gale at Box Office, Tuesday, June 13th. Screaming Comedy Mr. Georgeson. said that It caused by mulation of matter and impuritjaa within the body. Indian Root Pills, the bowels, Iddneyt, the kings ami the pores of the tkfa to throw off these impurities, Thtwthey prevent or cure dss- where had originated, the number of fires had been reduced by eighty per cent, and other states which had since adopted the gystoiu had cguaiiy benetiual re- i cd that mere, will, be two or suite. He told also of the good lesults in Manitoba. 7 Fish Hatcheries which ne fired au 4 o'clock" An attempt will "be made to get the Vct- Association to take pai i m the daj 's proceedings, the city n-jdised bands will play several pat- no He marches Tnc flags, for the school children have- ar-rJYcd'.Vand the medals will be here in a iew days. As i Ohlei [lardy until needed; The. Jmnjt Hag, one unique features, of the dav, is being taken Before 'March 1, follows: "Are you In favor of organic uniof with tbe Methodist and Congregation? al churches? Do you approve of the proposed basis of union? Tffave you any suggestion or alternative ier." A fourth, question was proposed bv the committee, though not otic per the Boy Scouts for the purpose of The scarcity of fish in the Caters creating a1 fund for that body to buy of the southern prairies of Western Canada and the need of their protec- tion WAS the subject of the following resolution moved by R, J. Hutchings And carried: "It is resolved by this convention of the Associated Boards of Trade of I Western Canada that the Dominion government be requested to establish at' iuitable points in the West, fish hatcheries. Further, that more strin- gent laws be enacted and enforced for the protection of fish. Game Protection ,A resolution Rocky .Mountain alopf a same also and thf> fOnssr rangers be made game j Tint. E A. Iftius aHu, passed, ihe nee- CaTurarv unnrums with.- They will sell them to the citizens at twenty-live cents each, and as the medals'will, be, a suitable, of, Lcthbndge they uiii no trouble m disposing of j the lot. A grand display ,pf .fireworks, in the c'cnjjis close the day's- enter- tainment in., a fitting manner, and the' ENTHUSIASTIC FOR CHURCH UNION This way-tbe -last resolution dealt with, the balance -being left over for discussion this morning. Delegates During llif_ancrnoon seve-ra! gates arrived, ainoiis? thoso "being arn.! tf J. tTutcmngs, ruKTSou, .A r VeaJtf. Toronto. June Presbyter-' assembly, a unanimous vote, approved1 of the form in which the the people is-to be learnccl on the great question of organiation the Methodist and Congregational Three questions will" be submitted up with great xest by tne pupils of the schools and this part-of the- pro- ceedings will be long remembered as. it will be a vcrv pleasing and patn- red in bx the It vtar. in Bavor of organic union, are you in favor of the iederation of the Thli discussion, waVeliia- inated, as tending" to confusion with- out serving any good age of adherents whose rotes to be taken was fixed at net less thai IS years, and their vote will be separate from that of session clhirch -Much enthusiasm mas displayed for church union. DENOUNCED DECREE Ottawa, June Presbyterian general assembly strongly denounced the "Ne Temere" decree. Vigorous Health power to enjoy to the Ml IWs'f, work pleuure-rcemes only wffk estion. fhe fcemg IT. T.ujcr." j up wcik Jutpiy