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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETHRRTPGE IJA TIT. HERALD Tuesday, 20, On Thursday, Wearing Shoes From Foot Toggery They will be more comfortable and dur- able, and buying during our BIG CLEAR- ANCE SALE you will save money and get GOOD SEASONABLE GOODS, which will keep your temper as well as your feet cool TTe have cAci.Uhing fioni ini.iuN' moccasins to "Minima's Piu- nclla Buckskins, liie sensible house -hoc lui eldcih Lulicb. Tiy them .uc all icduced .111 d ate hamaiiib aic tlisplin 1112 shu lt> ol Oxtouls as as S2 a pail were bought I'm ihcpiiee. They are bargain1-, Aim's orking Shoes in all weights of Icatlier, and all These MIC ioJid leathci goods illi either peg 01 n soles Spiu-c not pci in if otprue "hills'. but inspection ol the ill our slatenients and insure 30111 hiiliblaitiou. You v ill buy heie cntually, by not J. Nelson Co. STATEMENT OF CITY'S TOTAL ASSESSMENT Submitted to the Council -Fair Wage Clause At tlie regular meeting of the city council this afternoon 'the members present were Mayor Adams, Aid. Bow man. Frayne, Sage and Goode and Oliver being out of thet tit} The joint committee of Jus .-et'y council and Agricultural Society re- ported that 'he contract .or building the grand stand at the Henderson' i park had been awarded to fSimth_ Bros ai'd Wilson foi ?2I. that" I Thoa. Stiibbs had been engaged by the' day to superintend the building of the necessary'stables for this year's fair, Secretary Robinson made a report regarding the assessment roll as follows.: Taxable for all purposes.. School purposes, additional. Exemptions.......... Total s ,150 The figures for last i Taxable foi all 'school purposes, additional'. Exemptions Siinier HKin TrouhUs Sunburn, "blistering ami irritation arc the commonest forms oE.summer troubles, and Zara-Buk ends these Very nuicklv. It works in two ways. soon as applied its aiitibepUi pouets get to work and kill ill the UOITOII in a wound a sLing or ,i sore This ends the smarting and the pain Ihen Zam Bilk begmb the healing process, and fresh lualthy built .up. For sore, blistered feet, sore hands, heat rashes, baby's heat spots, sore places due to perspir- ation, etc., you can't equal Zarii-Buk. H also cures cuts, ulcers, abscesses, inles and .ill inflamed and diseased conditions of skin and subadjacont tissue. Druggists and stares every- where sell Zam-Uuk, box. Use" Soap also, 25c per tablet, All 'stores, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. BAD STORM" AT MONTREAL June 19. storms of unusual severity kccompaii- ied by hurricane gusts of-wind and torrents .of rain visited .Montreal and are doing considerable damage in var- ious portions of thp city. Lightning was responsible for several fires, none of which .proved serious. The residence of John" Jlair at West was burned to the ground whila a wooden structure in Notre Dame de. Grace was also consumed by flames. At: Black River a stone butldlne own- ed 1n Joseph Turcot HEAVY OCEAN TRAFFIC T 0 Nome, traxelling; passenger agent, it'or the C. P. Ft., in the city today in connection with the passen- ger business of Ihe company. Speak- ing to the.Herald Norrie says that the passenger traffic this season is very heavy as such a large number of people are going to .the coronation. Thia will make the'traffic very heavy Jater as a. lot of people who want to cross the'ocean-will, have to wait until after the coronation rush, both going and returning; is He is there- fore expecting a very heavy ocean traffic.all-tbrough the fall. Ho is now visiting the company's agents making arrangements for them to take list- ings for fall and Christmas sailings. It will be necessary for people wishing to go to.the Old Country for Christ-! mas to book their reservations early, if.they want to get the best accommo- i diition. The local agent. S. B. Mitch-1 ell, will be. ready take these! reservations' for the people of this! district. Mr. Xbrrlo says that the C. P. R. Empress steamers are very popular, He has with him some very artistic advertising mutter which he is distri- buting lo.-.tlie agencies, it Is' right In line with 'the-splendid-stuff-, always put ouf by the C LJ Ft NEWSPAPER -MAN DEAD Ottawa, June Berry Keefer, a well known newspaper man amr-fonuer Methodist preacher, diet' this city this morning aftei a pro traded illness. BANDIfS TRAIL OF BLOOD Runs Through Nearly all of Eastern Idaho Idaho, June R Kidil, railroad tomliiclor, Samuel "Mlltun, dcput) sheriff, wounded, Edgar MtGill, ranchman, woundul, Reuben Scott, watchman, Once lingers shot and Rohert Total Stubbs but nptblng was said regarding abpiit the hours or wages for the men, He asked-If he might see the Item- ized statement or the city's band ex- pcnscs. Aid. Bowman said there WHS none, Conductor-Harper getting a month for his servicei. Aid. Ashcroft asked Mr. Chaplin if he had not beer secretary of the band and as such ought to know the expenses of the In reply to a quMtion Mayor Adams Mid that Harper had been giv- en permission to sell some instru- ments and buy' others. Mr. Robinson got the statement giv- en by Mr. Harper. INCREASE FOR CITY OFFICIAL CELEBRATION IS NEAR AT HAND The .committees, in. charge of fch Coronation Day celebration met las evening at .the Board of Trarle buiU ing was announced that >th parade in which ,tlie school cluldrt are to take meet at th Central school and march in a bod Bompas St.. to Fifth St. an down, to Guiness Si., where the chf dred taKc part in Ihe living fla Thp L'omnriUco in charge of. the fir works, they would b displayed from the south-west come of 'the-''public, square facing the C.I-' R. station so as 'to avoid- all ciange of fire. This will take place a about nine thntj m the evening o as soon as it gets dark enough l> give results A meeting has been called for Wed nesdav and mil be the las one, and the-members of the dif fcren't committees are urged to be present at .the-Hoard of Trade builit- ing ,it eight-thirtv sharp Ttfe School th. council'that it recommended'the ap pomtraenl of one of the police force as truant offlder and is willing to pa> 530 per month for the amount of ser ucob required Health Officer'DeVVbV re- ported re infectious and contagious diseases, that there had been four cases of .scarlet fever admitted to the Isolation 'hospital and one discharged The schedule there had been 17 cases of contagipue diseases during the month, including chicken pox, fever and pulmonary tuberculosis. Fair Wage .Clause .Ritchie appeared before J At council regarding the fair clause in the city contracts the He be? lieved Lhere was a misunderstanding ALBERTA FIVE-MILE RECORD In answer to a.fiuery from Stavely The provincial record for five miles s held by Alex Decoteau, of Edmon ton, >champion. (half-mile to ten-mile runner of Alberta. His. record, time five miles was made Sept: in the Cross Cup competition at Eri- nontbn. The course was accurate, ind his time was 2-5. PRIEST IS VERY.ILL Toronto, June Hugh Cauning'of Lourdes Parish in this city, who was thought to have a good chance to'Succeed the late Archbishop McEvoy, is very til and not expected tq recover. in good he u trill the UH of C.C. PAONUILO WINE SPIRIT CO. YUKON CENfiUfl. OFFICIAL DROWNED Dawson, V. T., June K. geraltl, chief census commissioner for southern Yukon, was drowned Satur- day .-hi the White Horse Rapids. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, mar- 97 ed 07 1-S: October opened 90 5-8, clos- ed 90 M December opened 90 J S, closed'Sfl S-S. July opened 3fi 3-1, closed 36 3-4T Oct: opened -37, closed 37 18 luij onened closed 2.15: .October closed 1.50. Winnipeg cash I Nor.1 I No 2 Xor 1-111, No 00 1 I 'No. 4, 85 1-2; No, 5, SO: No. 6. 75 :w 1-2. American inft'rkeiii, July opened D7 1-2, cloned 3-4: Sepi, opened 9o I 2, closed 3 8 Oer open cd 0fi, dosed 14 opened Sn closed on Sept oppneri SI, closed 81 7-S, Dot opeiied 92, closed 9J J S. These are m the rouncll and among cltl7eM and out 1 press regarding the fair ages clause" jOllv, constable, wounded kpo.'n victims of Hugh H _m law It is uimorcd (he banrtit k llcrl his partner in crime, and ala contract copied from the Labor Ga icpoit Train BlacUoot Idaho, It is inserted in the .contract uvUicti if not lived up to by the con tractor cancels the contract He also inn The bandit's Uail 01 blood r-x- had a cons of the clause inserted in tends liali vv.ij across eastern Idaho I the tendeis for the const! i whole region has been teriorized, the Hudson's Bav He had hj Ins deeds Posses arc out from gone to F B Carver the town, and the governor of the) exhibition buildings hut he state is considering ,i plan 101 too late as the plans and specifl ing mil a portion of the Idalio he killed a bov to stcntc pos- icssion 01 tlie horse the lad was- nd- tional guards Wintnci is suspected ,'ti attempted saloon holdup at Monita AIont.inar t i STBI.KE--IS OFF .Montreal, June strike of two thousand emoloyetis of the Can- adian Car Co. wag; called off today The strikers arc returning to work un- conditionally Elevators FOR Passengers or Freight LET US FIGURE ON YOUR REQUIREMENTS BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE 784 MAIN SI. WWWPtS. catio'ns were In the hands of the con tractors The secretarv of tbe agn cultural socleti had referred him to the city council He claimed thai the clause had not been inserted In the specifications. In Winnipeg the citv had sued a contractor for amount of wages belov the union rates The cm lost the case because thev hdd accepted the nork as finished but tbe jndge had said if the> had not done so the> could have compelled the contractor to paj the amount held back He ('.ought Lett] bridge should be as anxious as Winm peg to see that the men got fair ges. Major Adams said thev would con sider it m committee The scale of ages had never been submitted to the council. Aid Ashcroft wanted to ask Mr Ritchie some questions He favored having union paid A lot of carpenters are not north a first, class wage He i-uuld not understand what the union 'suggested in the matter. Mr. Ritchie said the fair wage was the minimum, not the maximum It for the contractors to sajr er they would keep the man or not Win" Chaplin, wan Mr. Ritchie, Hid the council Hid II would not interfere with conAl lions hut although the men ,got lift; cents an for Hifht hour 4ar and {time and iv.ulf tot, the council let a contract 'a't W.centi an hour for a ten'hoiir'day. Mayor Adams saliTlhjffctec of ,J. H. Mitchell, park nnd houlcvard the-city council to- that anangerncnts be made to waler a number of: boulcviirds where provision is now macic. The parks anl! boulevards committee will see to t at once. Mr. Mitchell's salary va: raiseihFrom'.' a month Tins is the -first Jncrease ask- ed for. since he started; to work for the citv three years ago. I T J Vallnncp, ami plumbing inspector, renewed- his ap- plication for of salary irom H200 to a vear. Aid., Ash croil moved that the mcrrase he granted in view of the large mcreise of work in Ins department, the ,n- crease io take effect Iul> 1st The motion passed, AIri Sage opposing TEMPERANCE HOTELS IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, June Manitoba Methodist conference pasted strong resolution condemning the Temere decree committee was appointed tp further the establishment of tem- perance hotels throughout the prov ince. CONGRATULATIONS TO SIR WM. WHYTE Winnipeg Tune Wm Whjf t ice president of the C P R, was overwhelmed -with telegrams .-today congratulating him on his inclusion n the coronation honor list. TO STRIKE NEWTON FftOM THE ROLLS London; June. N'ewton, attornev for Dr Hawlej H Cripinn, has been charged' with' professional mieconduct'.ln'connectijm with the no torious -by a' committee :of- the and today the divisional court was. requeated ;to. strike New ton's name .from the roll of solicitora of the iaw.society. The court adjourn- ed without announcing thetr decision Everyone Can Have Having a head of nice hail is a bless ing within the reach of anyone who 1 Hse-'Newbrb's the dandruff germ has denuded the scalp ar-d u condition of. chronic bald Herpiclde imparts that snap and ustre to tb'e'hatr: which is so attrac- :ive. Having a fragrance Herpi- cide appeals directly to persons of re- 'mement sold for years, and boasta -bi -more ban all other hair dressers combin- ed Newbro's is recommended nd used by best barbers and tair dressers. Send lOc m postage or silver for lample and booklet to The Herpicide Co, Dept R Detroit, Mich One dollar size bottles are guaran teed by all druggists I D Hlgin botham ft Co, Ltd, special agents THE STANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND. STRIKE AFFECTS NAVAL REVIEW London, Engramd. June tO BAaman'i stHhi IB oc with plan ot arranged to bv KiQff Gwrgc at ii Saturday In to fonr going trf.Uulon Ctetle l .IIIng ot which for the wral wan cancelled kMt tea Steam Packet. Hoe ftnnooocvd' It wu to withAnw f their ,blg which bartered .to attend the hese elfht ihipi ago nrM heir entire ftccomnodationi tor rday and at the test mo- icnt deprived of the antfolpated From Liverpool comes tha ews that, the of the .Umvic, notber White Star liner, have Joined he Btrikerg but on the other hand it 'as announced that at a meeting of unard officials with a deputation of men. firemen and steward! a set- emeot of ait points in krtt een reached A icrioui Disturbance nporttd iTing occurrwi at During he night strikers termed the tbed heie non were working and eed and oil barrel! They ere only after being charg d by the police who used thetr. clu-ba- nd also turned at oters. of water ou> ARMY GETS GRANT Ensign Lflidlaw, of the rray, wrote the City Council king for a giant of the amount hitherto annuallv the organiza- tion to asiiat in their, .work.'of .helping the needy and friendless The granc of 1100 was made. a day WM being paid to V'- Another Shipment Arrived Still they come-- Tfae Fords A Few Exclusive Ford Features Are- The Mar Simplicity oft he plain and understandable as an ordinary buggy. The Ford wearing, surf aces, no moving wires, an inte- gral part, ot tbe flywheel. s in weight nnd thoroughly efficicnl; carries nothing but its> weight, owing to the Ford style of spring suspension. Ford Spring designed as to make one of the easiest riding ears known. Ford Co. Treatment of Steel. Ford Simplicity of Oiwratton. Ford Planetary A Child Can Drive It. FRASER TUCKER ;