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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 19.1911. THE LETHBRIDBE DAff.V HERALD A True Saying! RECIPROCITY Come and Hear R. L BORDEN Leader of the Conservative Party-in-Canada, during his tour.of the West.-- He will address a public meeting in Lethbridge on Saturday June 24, at 8 p.m. in the Curling Rink Don't miss this opportunity Of hearing the great Conservative statesman discuss RECIPROCITY And other pubJic questions of interest to Western Canadians. t Leading members of the Conservative party in Canada will accompany Mr. Borden and will also deliver addresses. Come early to ensure securing a good seat. CANADA 10 GET COMPENSATION If Fur'Seal Proposals are Accepted-From Three Nations Washington, June ire entertained tonight that ...tomorrow may aee the conclusion of the Inter national fur seal conference In whlcl Canada Is deeply Interested. If the terms now. rejected are finally [copied, Canada will receive compun nation from tlie United States, Russia and Japan, the three rookery orn'.ng powers for the sacrifice she will make In 'the Interests of the, perpetuation of leal life by the abandonment, of certain hunting ground! for a time. The cbrapenRatlon will probably take the form of an immediate cash .pay- ment ;wllh- which to recompenae seal- owners and a percentage of the catch from year the new hov pltal board were'called, and the re- sult that there'will bo no election, as there were names roeii' tioned, which are as follows: 10. P. McNelll, P. C. II. Primrose, T. H. Stedman and Dr. T, C. Bruce. Mr. McNelll was the -first', gentleman men- and sit on (lie board for Mr. Primrose will act for three. years, and BO on. Originally It: was: provided that the board, should be composed of three cltlseiii elected by -the ratepayer's, and three councillors.-appointed by th> council, but at the last meeting of the council it decided to decrease their .representationV to two, as the councillors have already all the work thby can. conveniently-do. 'The new hospital mil be started as soon as the debentures are Issued, which should not be very long now J. MoEachern, superintendent of cen tral branches of: the Bank .of British North America, was in town yester- day when the court will again ndon. Semi-state marked tile ar- of their Majesties in the rrie- ropolis, the procession from '.i'l ington Station to Buckingham 1'al- te, consisting of landaus drawn b> ur hajs, with postillions, and es- largo crowd everywhere welcomed the the court.of'King George and Mary. Whereas jit the last coronation she- was one of the canopy bearers for the Queen; in the coming cere- monies she will ha.e absolutely no part. BE8UEATHES TO PARROT Oklahoma City, Jiihc Billingsly, a capitalist, has had a will drawn in which Is left for :the support of his pet parrot, which Is andrtqllowed them over the ,vhole rbutfi. Mondnyrwiil witness, rhe ar- rnal of most ol the rojal guests and other special emissaries .from abroad. Jphri'Hays Hiininioml, special am- bassador from the United States, will make his official entry into the city at arrmng from the coun- try is, spending the week-end Gordon Maclean, the second son of Mr. and Sirs. T. S. Maclean, of Wil- low Creek, died this-'morning, after having suffered, three daye from infan- tile paralysis.' On Tuesday afternoon when- returning from 'school he com- plained of having and the following morning he felt very weak and could not today he ed away. Gordon Maclean was only 13 years of .was .one of the most popular boys in this district, and much sympathy Is extended'to Mr. and Mrs. Maclean in :'thelr bereavement This Is the first case of infantile par- alysis'known in Macleod, and as yet the cause Is unknown. At >the-last regular monthly meet- Ing ot.the, Public-School Board, held iast .Tuesday, the, trustees accepted the resignation of. four of the staff. Miss Richardson and Miss Gilroy, of the Public School staff, have resigned and will be married in the very ne all reports are trjie, Mi Munroe, of School, n- leave for her home in Calgary, an will not teach any more, while Pri clpal Eadle will return to Toroiit Mr. Martin, of .the High School, wh out any more rain, nothing to be u easy about here so'- far. Clareiholm, Claresholm wheat in good condition, and cro: progressing. Oats and .barley good. N acreage reduced by rain, .have had few thundershowers, but need, moi rain within the next two N other damage. Nanton, Crops In this dis'tri in excellent condition, atV-th 1imo of year in history of countr raina wtath iiave caused rapid growth. -jrhea 18 to 20 inches whea and oats from 12 to 16 damage reported from any cause High River, Alberta. Crop coud ;ions m High River district have co he will be met at the Victoria s'la-jwhen pngpged, would only come t! tion by the Duke 01 Connaught, rep- handed in', his resignation, wit resenting; King .George, and other of- now about 20 years old The fund j flrials and staff consisting of Baron Sandhuist, LieuV-Col Bernard R iarees. and f F. f> Soner- by, cspeciallj appointed to attend the throughput'.this mis- may, not be expended for any other purpose during the lifetime, of the bird The will provides liberally for the members of the capitalist's fain- American, envoy sion PLAYER'S NavyCut Cigarettes Per r Packet 'Si, Hve Pojmlar English Cigarette drew same, and will remain on th staff for the next term. The family of are tmde quarantine with measles at presen only case'In 'town, and a precautions'are being taken to kee the disease from spreading A.meeting of the Conservatives Macleod has been sailed to take plac m the Town Hall tomorrow for th purpose of Appointing committees an perfecting arrangements for recelvlh tthe Hon. H L .Boiden and his part: and with regard to his public meetin at. Macleod, on'Saturday, June 24. The annual, meeting of the Macloo wiirbe held on Tuei day, July II, for tbe purpose of re ceivlngj the; financial, statement an innual reports, The election of off cers and directors for the ensuing yea md the transaction of any othei bun iness will come up at (til's meeting Nearly every day tho farmeis are bringing In. samples -of wheat. Mr Bmmelkiiump, living about eigth mile north of town, brought in an excellen sample of fill wheat today, which measuied on an average thirty five tbe tallest blade being thirty-five in ches in height P B Reed, of the Pioneer ranch, is showing some spnng which is eighteen inches high and which he says Is as short as any on a Plot of one hundred acres. The Ladles Hospital Aid have tie elded to hold a "Tag Daj" on the 1st of July Last Dominion Day this scheme was tried by the Presbyter! Church, and was a great success, as a very large sum was acquired In this way. CROP REPORTS FROMTHE SOUTH (Winnipeg Free Press.) Pincher Creek, Alberta. Fall wheat from ,18 to 24 inches high. It in well stoplod, and tho condition Is Al Spring wheat S to 10 inches high, and in good shape. Hay crop was never better. No damngc from any source whatever. Ideal growing cpndltipns, namely, not showery weather. Stock rolliiig far pastures are very heavy. Macleod. A Grain crops in this district in good condition, but slow in development on a'cco.unt or lack of rain. Tuesday night heavy thunder showers passed over, which will be of considerable value, normal amount- of moisture not yet fallen, however. Fall wheat wag never bet- ter, spring wheat and oats in good ahape, but at a vtnnditfll. Some dam- age by cutworms has led to a num- ber of fields being plowed up; and re- seeded. Blight damage reported bv hall. Cardston, Winter wheat rac- ing along and is 2 feet high .with a good prospect. Spring grain ali doing well, but not so advanced In propor- tion. Acreage not reduced by rain, but some aowii later, namely, barley and oftta. nain sufffciftnt b.ut not tooi much, now travelling about. Prospects all around excerieiti. Grass cattle getting into fine shape. No da mt to so far, a little from cut worm, will want more rait-- later for epring grain. Winter tinued satisfactory since0 last repo 3 hours rainfall yesterday, and loci showers have ailed v for .last te da> s Ample moisture tbrouchou district for present but uo dam age from too murh rain. aprin grains in-excellent condition some fa wheat was winter killed, but damag will not be as heavy as anticipate earlier in season. CROWING OF KING GEORGE Rectorf of St. Augustin's -Preaches an Appropri- ate Sermon Yeatelday being the last Sunday ireceding Coronation Rev Murrel-Wright took the opportunity :o speak to both morning'au'd evening congregations on theTCoron'ation? vice. Taking as his teit :he day ahich the Lord hath made, et us rejoice and be glad In Fealm 118 34, he ipoke of'Coronation Day the day In which, as It were, the whole Empire ukes the King to ihurch and there makes him the Cord's anointed As the" Jews never orgot the day which called forth the .hove text, so the King tnd Queen if England will never forget next 'hureday when they will 'he come rated and anointed by, the power of he Holy Spirit for the ruling-of the reatest Empire the world has ever nown "The service of' Coronation is'not lerely a state nageant, it is rather solemn, serious service Let us look pon King George not only as our Ing but as God's King among His eople: For while it lhat there as been a great constitutional change. i the powers of the reigning sover-, Ign his opportunities for upbuilding le social and mo.ral standard, among people, and for the promulgation f peace among the nations of 'the earth are almost unlimited." Proceeding tile Speaker reviewed ie great service and spoke of King eorgc as a descendant, of great men nd women, the son .of? eacemaker, and grandson of iVictoria e Good. Throughout the'Whole .scr- ee there Is one spirit of recognition the King of kings.. And among the any different parts of the ceremony ere Is one which stands out as'the oil beautiful feature of the whole roccedings, and that is. of the Holy Hi We as -'the most alimbie thing the world affords." The_ ng have askedrthelr sub-' cts throughout tbe work) to remem er them.In prayer through the holy cred and divine service; ,and the peaker hearers, while he Id that joy and s great deraonstra- were the proper thing In the ght place, never to make the us. psrt of the day' secondary. ast thing you can he said, "Is rmise your voices in one prty- Ood bless and save our King." HARVESTING TEN DAYS (Special to the Pmchcr JVM the past week your te- 'ternewed Mveral larmui, 'of whom redded in tifennt puti district, and horn all the information that tious will commence mt taut days earlier than latt year Not la a single instance a ponj- plnmt of a pooc limited few auid that tanmgfc bent preTailing it pnmt, more moisture would be jut thing An optimistic feeling the entire by'the the hum of tlie binder beard ii'.tbe" land there la to be a nttlraf of old bones in .the way ol a buibmi improvenienl around here, whtttor the railroad taps Ploeher Greek4 n not. i, Two men who undertook tne slacking the o[ the mineri Greet 'lart vcek with a ptai- tiful siipplv of berr and whiskey, are a good deal wiser men. today. Tiey vcre brought before Inspector Beieh- cr at the Friday night, when one was fined. 1150 other J100. k TliB Echo prlntms businesi. and ilint changed during the -niut leeV, E T Saundurs, its proprittoi, having dispo'ied oy ALBERTA OKUO 4 BOOK CO, i. D. HIOINSOTMAM Ca JACKSON COPE W. P.J. ALCXANOCR