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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta June 17.1011. THE LETHB'BTDGK DAILY HERALD Superior Farm Machinery We shall be pleased to show you the merits of the lines we handle-- Frost and Wood Binders. Mowers and Rakes Our prices on this well-known line are an inducement. Cockshutt Plows, DIM? Harrows, Sc-ufflers, Scrapers, Brills, Thig line is heavy, durable and reliable. We also handle a full line of Pumps For wells of any depth. Steel Windmills Both plimping and power: Grain Grinders, Concrete Mixers, Wood Saws and Contractor Hoists RUMLEY "OIL PULL" AND STEAM TRACTORS THE "OIL PULL" TRACTOR burns cheaper fuel and doee as good work as any other tractor on the market 15, 25 and 30 horse TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED FIRES (Continued from Front power 30 and 36 horse. Guaranteed to donbetter work than any "other -separator on the ket. Has superior separating device and is the most durable separ- ator on the market.. Be sure and investigate this, machine before buying. THE-------- Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. BLOCK'WEST OF WESTMINSTER ROAD- DOWN TOWN OFFICE, 323 STH ST. Nur" or "Mountain of is'set in' the front. No jewel in the world such "a story as this. Its authen- tic story can 'be traced for over six centuries and tradition carries it back much farther, in 1304 it was captur- ed from the Rajah of Nalwa by Ala- ed-din, uiid two centuries-afterwards it wasr discovered in the possession ol Moguls. It was used as one, of the eyes of the royal peacock "adorning Aurungzebe's throne and then by means of. conquest, assassination and trickery passed from the bands of one Indian prince to another until finally .it. was secured.by the powerful Sikh, Kanjit Singh. At the annexation of the Punjab it fell, into the hands of John Lawrence and was sent to Queen Victoria -by: Lord Dalhbusie. Legend gives .the great diamond the power of bringing ;ood-luck to any woman who wearsi it, but men are said always to suffer misfortune when it is in their posses- sion. Another tradition says that "who holds the Koh-i-Nur holds India" The remainder of the Queen's crown is composed of a cap of.-violet velvet with an ermine edge, around which is a circlet of diamonds from which 'rise {diamond arches tapering to a point i j where they unite beneath the diamond i orb and cross. It weighs altogether j only nineteen, ounces as. the Queen gave instructions that it should be as light as possible" ll A Nifenl Way, wait and a great believer in, and user of, "Stricture of The Bowels was the complaint I suffered from and I found that did me more good than any other remedy. My doctor advised me. to -stick to vKruit-a-tives" and I have, done >o with best result. "I have in .jjusiuess here for a good many years and have been a resi- dent of Otterville for over fifty years." WM. PARSONS. Orr.KR.vn.tg. OKT.. July sth. 1910. EXCITEMENT IN LONDON GREAT (Continued from Front WIDTH OF THE BUSINESS STREETS "Lethbridge siisty- four feet wide from curb to the business section when paving is said His Worship ing in conversation with u Herald man when talking over- the improvements to be done this summer. good: wide streets all through the city and "we intend to .make the mosj use of them. Of course in the residential NOW is 'the time to GET your AUTOMOBILE, CAK' RIAGE OR WAGON PAINTED. will save money by call- ing to see the new LETHBRIDGE CARRIAGE PAINTERS Smith St. and in old Tannery Building sections we Twill cut the paying down Jby boulevarding us-it would be but of all reason to the expense of keeping up such wide streets in the residential 'portions of the. city. The sixty-four foot streets in' the" business part of the will -be plenty- wide enough tp' trac-Kt. ana toe street railway system will be put in the middle of the streets. This has been found to be the most satisfactory way in other cities and we are going- to'follow the -'same Bourse., -The idea of'-boulevarding "in the residential streetsJs to cut down the expense of paving and it will allow for the paving being widened at any time should any of the streets now in ,the residential portions become business streets." In preparation "for the work of pav- CHURCH SILVER FOUND IN PARK Montreal, June" civic park gardener at Mount Royal tripped over an excrescence in the ground. Inves- found a large piece of; sol- id silver; Digging further he found more, both gold; and silver of which, the latter was identified 'by Father Walsh of St. Michael's, as part of the sacred communion vessels stolen from the different churches during the past three years. Three men now in the penitentiary for burglary, -are the crimes, they having "ceased ftBonediataiy after they were imprisoned for other offences. Frnit is Nature's laxative. ______ tives" is made of the Juices of apples, oranges, figs and prunes. "Fruit-a- tives" acts on. the human system like fresh and just aa effectively as the old-time'pill. a coronation fancy costume'ball at does not gripe or the Botany Gardens arranged bv Lord uritate the intestines. It regulates the Lonsdale in aid of charity. Thousands patches of eastern coloring: in th garb of the coronation visitors win. are arriving in" anick succession, sul tans, rajahs and Chinese and Abyssm ian delegates with their ladies ir picturesque lettering. National, cos tumes everywhere to be seen. Russian Wedding Today there was a veddlng of a Russian competitor at the hor.se show which was'celebrated in style with a coachman pad ded to enormous King George and Queen Mary will return to London from Windsor to- morrow and remain here until July i. The intervening period will be filled with a strenuous round of engage- ments.. Premier Asciuith and Jlrs. Asquith will give a dinner to their Majesties in Downing Street on June 30. The entertainment will include the presentation'of two plays. George Bernard Shaw's "The Man of Destiny" and James M. Barrie's "The Twelve Pound Look." The Asquith residence is too small to accommodate a large party and .therefore Sir Edward Grey, the foreign will give "a dinner in honor of the King and Queen at the foreign office J.une 23rd, will be one of the most briliian: func- tions of the season. There probably will be 150 guests at the dinuer, in- cluding all 'the foreign, princes and envoys to the coronation. The for- eign office has the finest range of apartments in London and the prepar- ations for the dinner indicate an en- tertainment of regal magnificence. To- night the leading was MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Boyle Wooifoin the Real Musical "A WINNING MISS" With Max SloonvComedlan w And 30 others, including the most beautiful chorus that evertCuredl the West. Seats on sale at Box Office, Tuesday, June 13th.- GALERY-75C MATINEE 2 to 5 EVENrNQ 7-U. 11 bowels 'and cures Constipation because acts .directly on the liver. Just try "Fruit-a-tives when you need. a gentle yet effective laxative and liver regulator. 5oc. 'a 6 for trial size, 2 At. all-, dealers, or Limited. Ottawa, from Fruit-a-tives ONLY THREE OPPOSED IT (Continued from Front Page.) ing and laying street car tracks the j city now has a draughtsman busy FIRE IN MINE 'STILL BURNING Up to a late iiour this afternoon the fire in No. 3 mine was still burning and conditions are practically un I drawing plans for the extension of the Every effort is being made power plant 'to allow 'for another unit being installed, and-the engineer's de- partment will also proceed as soon as '.Mr. Merry weather returns to get out plans and specifications for-the'pav- ing and street railway line in the business pan of_the city. BIRKENHEAO STOCK Liverpool, June Rogers) and Co. report here today that the demand in the Birkenhead market was very slow. Prices realized were one quarter cent over last week's quo- tations but the market undertone was weak and it seems very probable that there may be a slight reduction before this week is out. Both States and Canadian steers made from 12 1-4 to 12 3-4 cents per pound. to reach the scene of the fire but the work entailed in laying a mile of wa- ter line takes a long Irene and will not be finished till late this evening. A large force_ of men is at work and there is no reason to doubt that the tire will be under control within a short .time. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Bank of Scotia inadver- tently exceeded its circulation by and is liable to a fine which however, not likely be inrposed, as it >va.s a mistake: Dr. Island, of Toronto, will' be paid remarked that one could tell that. Even as it is "at present under protec- tion, Alberta- can be bought cheaper in London, England than in Lethbridge, and Ogilvie's flour sold at a less price "in London than in Winni- peg where it "was made. tlie reduction of duties on agricultural implements, Mr. Oli ver pointed out that tne per cent reduction '...meant ,.'that American made implements would come into Canada with that much duty less to pay and consequently .-would sell imple- ments less. The majrafac tureiv_wlio had benefitted by the duty would have to reduce his price to meet the American competition. There would be a similar effect on all articles affected by the reciprocity ar- rangement. Speaking about fruit 'Mr. Oliver said Canadians in the past had to pay a, duty on American grown straw- berries for four months Sin orclsr to jprotect Canadian strawberries for one month, meaning by this, that the; vaiv- ious.climates in the United -States en- abled strawberries a marketable" commodity for fou-r months in Cana- da. 'Canada's berries were later and better and could be put on the mar- ket m many pans of the United States, when the American berry was oft. Tliis argument applied to prac- of persons attended but the brilliancy of the afi'air was spoiled by the heavy ain. The Illuminations The illumination in London on cor- onation night and thePriday night fol- lowing will be on the most stupen- dous scale, and the electric lighting companies have given notice that they will be unable to supply an' more current than already hag been arranged for. The list of'royal engagements for coronation .week is as-follows: June 17 and 19, the representatives for foreign countries arrive, in Lon- don; June 20, the special envoys and delegations will" be received by the King and Queen, states banquet at Buckingham palace. June 21, recep- tion by, their .Majesties of the Over- seas Premier and representatives; day of special intercession for the King and nation; the Duke of Connaught gives a dinner ar Sr James Palace June 22, Coronation Day. June 23rd Royal progress through South THE SHERIFF OF BLACK GULCH Strong Western Drama 2 SCREAMING COMEDIES 2 RAYMOND'S FIRST OF JULY DOINGS THK CORONATION OF KING GBOftaE V. WTIX, BE COM-MEWOHATKD AT TWE 1 CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION iu the most elaborate manner, elimaxinjr in a nightly rvro-Military SpecUcte, rcproouciae theCoronauou Naval THAT MAKES THK WHOLE WORLD 1000 tOO.OOO P.opta r In WINNIRKG, tJULY 12-22 V-' tically all classes of fruit. The Loyalty. Talk Mr. Oliver dealt with the corn- horses were killed by lightning at t.he Xiagara militia camp. if he successfiilly his piocess for treating reirac- tory ores. Sir Donald Mann is behind a big company which makes-the offer. Reeves Double Cylinder Cross Compound Plowing Engines Built for Plowing. Powerful, Economical, Convenient, Durable Long "steaming, Alberta Special boiler of great capacity Cross 'Compound-economy all clay long-great reserve power for emergencies. ..No dead centre.. Starts a heavy load slowly ,No shocks to gearing'and shafting steel'gears running in "a bath of oil in dust-proof cases Direct transmission of power without-either clutch or idler gear All .the conveniences but no troublesome traps. A long record of success in this district __________________ That's Why I Reeves Compound Separator-Reeves Steam Lift and Hand Lift Plows-thc Mine Reeves quality. Prompt deliveries assured. Address T. W. DIKE BOX 2000, LETHBRIDGE HERALD argu- of the opponents of reciprocity thai the adoption of the -measure would cripple our connection with the British Empire. "What-makes me prize British declared Mr. Oliver, "are. Brit- ish liberty, justice and fair play, and liberty gives a man a right to sell where he can get the best price for his produce and to buy in the cheapest market." f The Canadian farmer gete .29c a ibnsliel less for his barley than the man across the .border, in the United States, and in order to j.eep that ma.n's loyalty the opponents of reci- procity think that he must continue the lower price. In Mr. Oli- ver's estimation the man's loyalty would 'be much stronger if he was en- abled to.enjoy the liberty to sell his at the advanced price. The Board of Trade had oppos- ed reciprocity, expressing the fear that it would injure Canadian, nation- ality and the very samVweek.it pass- ,ed the resolution, it made its conten-I tion ridiculous by sending a deputa- tion to St. Paul to meet -T- -T- Hill'and urge him to build a direct line of his American road TO 'Winnipeg. Mr. Oliver was given a kind recep- tion by his old friends here. With Mr. Buchanan lie was entertained at dinner at the Gaboon Hotel, along with .twelve or more Cardston Liber- als. This morning Mr. Oliver motored over to Macleod and" will proceed from there to Claresholm where he speaks tonight (Special to the Herald) Raymond, June forget to come to Raj'mond-on Dominion Day as we have some dozea or more of the fastest horses in Alberta which are heing practiced every day for the races. The program for Dominion Day and prizes for each event is as follows: Band contest, prize baseball match, basketball match, M mile horse race, 1-2 mile horse ace, 1-4 mile-horse race. 1-2 mile horse race (slower 1-4 mile race, broncho rid- ing, 520; calf roping, steer rop- ing, 100 yard foot race, chil- dren's sports, SiO; 10 races to be ar- ranged on the grounds, besides many other kinds of sports to be ar- ranged to suit ihe crowd. The Raymond Board of Tra.de meets Monday night.'June Don't be afraid to come and bring your friends, i esters- Agents Wanted WAGNER MOTOR CYCLE of "a toof motorcycle and Mn'affo WAGNER MOTOR CYCLES 4 Horse Power Goes Every- where SIMPLE EASTTOm ECOSQtOCAL J. A. Stewart was reflected chief ranger oi the'Canadian'Order of For- We have some very- important busi- ness to attend to. One lucky young man from Lerh- bridge escaped with one of the sex from Raymond this week. A cement factory, backed by capital, .will he located at" St. Mary's, On) Tbe Canadian mini will issue 15 l pieces of the same size. ...weight and fineness of the United States olil currenc.- W.T.R. PRESTON'S LIBEL ACTION Ottawa, June statement of claim in the action by w. T. R. Pres- ton, against the Ottawa Journal and P. D. Ross, the editor for alleged libel, las been filed. The Journal editorial-, y said in connection with the Preston allegations that Sir Charles Fitzpat- riclc had made statements detrimental to the proposal of Dutch capitalists investing in the West, that Fitzpat- rick was the most recent member hon- ored tor inclusion by W. T. R. Pres- in the Ananias Club. Preston claims the Journal editorial recom- Imends the government to dismiss him. He claims five thousand dollars dam- ages. Congress passed a resolution mak- ing it compulsory for ocean-going ves- sels carrying over fifty passengers; to be equipped with wireless telegraphy apparatus. and Adrtington, has declined Robert contractor, foimd dead m his lumber yard at Free "rural mail delivery has been inaugurated'between Piciion and-Des- eronto. USE CARBON OIL PAINT FOR OUTSIDE WOKK ONLY The greatest wood paint ever welpwcw. iflfor which rite Oil Mb. Wore been in (he rn.iwf.ctan