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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY UTIRALTl PugeT A lie. Bottle of 'CONCENTRATED _ Lemonade makes a half gallon of the most delicious lemonade you ever tasted. It's a pure Lemon product with all the delicious flavor of the fresh ripe fruit. Con- tains no lather acid. No ier than lemons and sugar. Get DALTON'S at your grocer's or druggist's. UW Watson 4 Brow> AND DOOR FACTORY AT MAGRATH Magrath, June. party of local %uslneas raon '-are seriously consider- ing the matter of the erection of a sash and door factory Tor Magrth. The men have capital behind them and from all tlie Information obtainable theyjnean business.. -Manager Bon- fiett of' the Electric Theatre, has been approached -In respect to his hirnlan- Ine elootrtc power to the plant. Mr Bennett was agreeWe to the nchcmej end It Is very likely that the factory be erected Just west of tho thea- tre. The alin of the promoters, IB .to not only supply the local demand, but the outside trade at welL ORGANIZE AT MAGRATH June a meeting of the earmtera of Magrath held ou Sat- urday lost, steps were taken towards ormmliation of a union. The meotlBg.waj attended by almost twen- ty canmnttn, wlio pledged themselv- es to work', together for the belt good of the trade Mi Bean was hi'the chilli, and Hay Smith was elected EOC- letary pro tern The provincial organ- izer was expected lo'bo-in' attendance but for some unknown reason failed to put In an appearance. The rate nas fixed at fifty cents per The local union elect i-ill be foimally ad- mitted In the near future. TELEGRAPHIC. BRIEF8 President (J. M. Ilais, ot the Grand Trunk -Pacific, says Hint twoihuhdreil million bushels is ti conservative es- timate of the CIOPB of Western Con adr this ycai f The Lake Champlaln and1 St Lau- rence Ship Canal Go, has submitted iib to the Public Works Department it Ottawa for the ostablishmentiof., a waterways system between 'Montreal and. New York through. Lake- Cham- plain. in. convention at Fort William, decided not to ask for absolute pardon for he Neapolitan woman, who 'is sen- enced to be hangecJ. CORONATION DAY IN THE CITY (Continued from Front Flrt A the concluelon of the program tho Cadet BttUUoii will fire a salute nnd the prycuislon will bretk up, It 'Is thought .that the children have remained in posUloti by, that time that it hardly fair to auk them to.parade back to the. city. 8port> In Afternoon T.ho afternoon 'will he taken up In various 'sports by the school children, on the Uarracks grounds. Thoy .will begin at two o'clock nnd are In charge or tho following committee: n, iU Cbpo, Thos. Flcetwood, V. Pearson, A; L. Johnston and E. Wick. The. race program for boys and girls under fifteen-years will bo: Eight years and under, 40 yards? first and and two prizes; 12 years and under, 75 yards, two prizes; 35' jeari and under, 100 yards, two, prizes; needle race, two prizes; egg race, two prizes; skipping contest, gracefulness, two prizes; threMeggeir! race, two first prizes only; relay race (4 in team) first prizes only. Bight and and second prizes; 1ft years and under, 75 yards, two prizes; 12 and under, 100 yards; two prizes; 15 and under, 125 yards, two prizes; sack race, two prizes, legged race, two first prizes pnly; wheelbarrow race, two first prizes only; Quadruped race, first -ind sec- ond prizes; boot and shoe race, first and second prizes Baseball and In addition to the children's sports there will be a fine day among tho. AT DEATH'S DOOR FRON KIDNEY DISEASE "FROIT-I-T1VES" O.VT. "Twe ago, the 'doctor, made forty-four calls on me, and thin laid he bad done AH he could for me. 1 was suffering with intense Kidney Trouble tud'Inflammation, had in. Two other doctors were consulted and agreed that nothing could be done to help me. On'the recommendation of a neighbor, I took i'ntit-a-tives" nud they cured me. Today, I UVe "Friut-a-tives" u my only medicine I am in excellent lieoHhV and Fruit-a-tives is the that cured me after I had been: at Death's Door for months. I am glad to be able togive you thii testimonial. It may benefit some other woman suffering I suffered, would not be alite to-day had I not MM. P. E. WEBBER. "Fruit-a-tives" by ita marvellous action on the kidneys completely restores these vital organa to their normal strength cures trace ofKldney Trouble "Print- is the only medicine in the world made of frmt. joe. a box, fi for t'.So, trial site, At dealen.or from Limited, Ottawa. baseball and football fans. In the morning.at ten o'clock the Maroons and Y. M. C. A. teams of the City Base ball League will clash in a league fix- ture at'the'Athletic Park. In the af- ternoon at- two o'clock there will be a District League baseball game be tween CardBton and Lethbridge at theVsame in the evening at the football .championship of the city will be decided when the Cale- Idonlans and the Buns of England teams meet In the deciding; game of the City Football League. All these garnet win be of the highest order and well worth vatchlng. Aa t (raid finale of a great day's celebration thc Citizen's Band will furnish a band concert on Gait Square In the evening .beginning at 8.30. At ten o'clock the' grand. display of-fire- works In charge of Chief Hardy of I fire department and Al Morris w take place, and this feature of tl day's program, will be one of the be attractions.'' It Is eipected thattnou ands of people will tuin out to the evening entertainment. Mayor and'Gounell In Parade The .Coronation' celebration comm tee .the mayor and aide men to join, lu the -parade tomorro and also, ask (lie owners automobiles. to'fall In behind tile pi- cession with their ailtoe, to gd '-o th of'the celebration. Coronation Service Tomorrow morning at 11 ..o'cloc there will be l special Coronatlon.se vice at St. Augustin's church w win fte followed :'very- closely alon the same llnea.as the Coronation se vice at Westmlblter Abbey. Th three Anglican churches of the '.'It will unite" and th throe pastors and the wardens of th different churches -will take part. Thi will be a very Interesting service an It is expected that" there will be large audience in attendance. Whltla Celebrates. As Whltla Is the .'only other town I the vicinity of LSethbridse which i celebrating Coronation Day it is ex pccted that there .will: be thousands o spectators present- town and the .C. P.'R. ;are furnishing chea rates on .nil their lines leading t Lethbridge. The .success of the da depends on the interest taken In it b the citizens of; they ar exhorted to turn out In force make the day one which will the lone remem-bered by, everyone an loyal sub Jects ol King George the Fifth. CONFERENCE COMES TO END (Continued from Front Page.) cure unanimous confidence I also think your assent to the action with regard to naturalization a very greai step In advance and we shall all re- turn to our respective spheres of duty with a stronger sense'of oW common obligations to the Empire, a more complete confidence In one another and a more earnest determination to work together for the good of -the whole Empire." The Right Hon Lewis Harcourt in making the final speech of tbe confer- ence said It would always be a pride to him to remember that he had tak- en part In a conference which had been so notable In the advance of the policy of imperial co-operation And so tho imperial conference of 1911 meet again. some- untoward happening occurs in the in- terimiii 1015. Sir Wilfrid "Uurler Speaks At the conclusion of the conference, Premier Laurier addressing Premier Asqulth, said. "We have now reached the end of our labors, but ere we-sep- arate I would claim the privilege as being the oldest member of this con- terence, to -convey to you, sir, and to the Right Hon Mr. Harcojrt, the sense ot our gratitude for the manner in which jou have carried on the la- >ors of this conference. It was well known in advance that you would pro side over our deliberations with the dignity, fairness and courtesy which las marked your chairmanship all through the proceedings and which we are most happy to acknowledge, ill and every one of us 'Mr Har- cDurt, young in years and experience, was, if I may say so, under trial, and you, sir, would be the first to 'admit that upon his Bhoulders fell the heav- iest and most, difficult part of the studying, mastering, clsssltvlng, preparing for discussion and assisting in the solutions of tbe which have come Thc work which is unseen and unknown by the public s only lo be Judged when it is fully matured, and this work Mr. Harcourt has carried out to the absolute and MAJESTIC W. Manaaer. o! SAY MONDAY AND JUNE 26 AND 27 ;Cjr THE MERRICaT Or ALL EXTMAVAOANZAt 40 People 40 People W A iiWITCHINO PAZZIE CAtT OF tXTHAVAOAN2A SIXTV-SMILE.A.MINUTE -J_ 11.00, Me. SEAT SALE OPENS AT 10X OFFICE, FRIDAY, JUNt Greatest Bargain Sale .Ever put on in Lethbridge is now going on THE BLUE STOR Phone The store so crowded on Saturday hud to ctoM 44tc' every fifteen minutes. There's a Coma- tomorrow., FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH i. OPP. NEW COURT HOUSE. S. L4M, DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE utmost general satisfaction members of this conference. of all lie has carried It out in a manner worthy of the name he bears, the name of a long line of ancestors who In their generation bave served their King in councils of the nation, In the church and in the army, and above all the list of his race before him, his Illus- tr William Vernon Har- court, who has been the terj embodi- ment of the best traditions of parlla- It affords us the great- est pleasure to proclaim an we feel it, our appreciation of the many kind- nesses and courtesies wo have receiv ed from His Imperial Majesty, the King, His Majesty's govern- ment. His Imperial Majesty's opposi- tion, and from .the whole of the So I beg to the last act of this conference that thi> have asked. ny. friend, Sir Joseph Ward, as being the next oldeat of the members of. the conference, to second: 'That the mem- bers of this conference, representing the dominions, desire before separate, to convey to tax Prime and the Secretary of State our warm .and. ere appreciation the manner in which they bavg assisted nd presided'over the labors of thiv onference as well as for the many ouriesies we have received from hem. The members this confer nee-also desire on record heir deep sense ot gratitude for tho ene'rous hospitality which has been xtended to them by, (he government nd the people of the United King- I ground for a meeting of this kind, has never been more efficiently perform- ed." An English Chemint Has Discovered Grow Hair In England the ladles have enttnly abandoned wearing rats, which la due entirely to this i discovery through love and cooperation, i be- chased for 5Cc. It has Men proven that Henna eaves contain the Ingredients that will positively trow hair. That they contain this kwg-knkod-for article It proven every day. The Americans are now placing on he market a preparation containing :he extract from Henna leaves, wfctcb s having a'phenomenal sale This preparation is called 8ALVIA, and Is being sold with1 a guarantee to cure Dendrult and grow hair, III abundance Being daintily pertitted, SALV1A makea a most pkmaant.hali dressing The Alberta Drag .Co, youi druggist, is the first to preparation Into and.; large, generous bottle can be ;