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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 24, THE. tETHBHIPGE JTERALP RECIPROCITY Come and Hear 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 public questions of interest to Western Canadians. Leading members of the Conservative' party in Canada will accompany Mr. Boiden and will also deliver addresses. Come early to ensure securing a good seat. The C.P.R- will give a rate of a fare and one-third for the round trip from Purple Springs on the east to Carmangayon the west A special train-will run from Cardston and intermediate points, and will take the peoyle home after the meeting. KING BEFORE10 THECOMMON PEOPLE Condon's Poor Make Touching Demonstra- tions of Loyalty IN SOUTH LONDON Triumphal Procession of Britain's Democratic Monarch HEADACHE Acfniore quickly than pjlls or If jnur dealer does not keen them, we will mail 10U a box (18 pow den) on receipt of 25 cents. J. L. MATHieU, Sherbrooke, P. Q.________ LIPHARPT SELLS OUT (Special to the Herald) Micleod, June jewelry business lately conducted by V.V. 0. Llphardt, formerly ot Lethbridge, has been this week sold to J. J; Haaey EDUCATION OF ALBERTA INDIANS Toronto, June _24 "important question 01 a commission on Indian education in Alberta will conic up-be- fore the executive committee of the Methodist general board ot missions at'its meeting on June 29 'llie cxeiulive win consider a recommen- dation to request ihe Upminion gov- ernment lo establish three boarding schools on (he three leservcs in herla, Ihc Jfetliodist Mission.iry So- cietv, which is composed of the cn- iiro mciuhership of the church, under- taking tlic responsibllitj 01 mamtcn ance witli the usual per capita gran! fron' the government 01 about one hundred dollars per pupil. What's In A Name FOR YOU This Competition Closes July 10th, 1911. Refrigerators from Screen Windows from doz. Conic in and look these over: Screen from Hammocks from Arthur Hayr ASSIGNEE. Safe Sure Silent These Are Three Features of "Royal George" Matches The Most Perfect 'Strike Anywhere' Matches White and Blue Tips. For Sale Everywhere. Always Everywhere in Canada Ask For EDDTS MAtCHES London, June greeted is newly crowned and anaointed v'lng and Queen today. The royal irogress, like yesterday's events st Westminster an unmar- triumph. George and Mary weai- ng their ponderous sold crowns, Irawn by eight colored lorses. made a splendid impression. nhe procession nearly two miles long ourney slowly through the West End of the citj and 'south London foi three houis" The unplocedented civil and mlhtarj dlBpjav repie senlntives part of the United Kingdom, colonial premiers, Indian princes and rulers of all the units of the Imperial army and navv King George seemed to enjoy .the acclamation of the London masses as much as he appreciated the tremend- ous outbursts of lojaltj during the coionalion ceremonies Indeed, he may truly be called progressive dem- ocratic monarch. He moves abreast of foremost thinkers of his realm and every phase of physical and polit- ical science enlists his interest. He mingles freely with the 'people minibei less ceremonies and acts of charity. It must have touched the King deepl) tod.ij to find some ot the poor- er paits of the metropolis, the most beautifully decorated As he passed through the dmgj streets between the smokj walls ot certain sections of South London, he found shields, flags, designs in bunting and festoons of leaves and floweis closing him in Tall model along the rojile Hung out their red, white and bine Workers with their vOlves and babies thronged eveiy window ap plause that roseSn a sustained roar now and again was punctuated ter- ilfic crashes of cheers for the King and Queen who went out to meet their subjects and met them, putting the throne and the peonle in intimate touch Theie are hours that remlm one of the day when the unranked untitled population streamed through Westminster Hall, to pav its respects to the dead King Edward It was intended that that daj should demonstrate that the King belongs to the people, that he is a constitutional King The need was then felt of bringing the crown and country closei together The day's experience cer tamlj did it and another such was this yesterday the harriers of police and troops held back the common man so that the privileged man might see bet- ter Today the poorest of the poor, thousands of them, approached almost close enough to the King and Queen to shake their hands The procession is expected to re- main long In the minds ot all who saw it as a bright and beautiful pie.tiue The King and Queen, though, sur- rounded b5 symbols and clad m vest icms of imneiial state, looked sing ,.larl> fuendlv and human Both wero fresh and Jovous In appearance md acknowledged with patient and oontinual salutations, the acclaim of the people The spectacle vvss by millions and all present thanked lelr stars that other people had gone awgv No other of the great London lows was ever so comfortably seen sh TAKE LEASE ON COAL PROPERTY Wilkie and Kerr, of thus city, have secured a lease on the coal mining properly of the Independent Coal Co at Klcan, adjoining.the Alberta Con solldnted Coal Company's holdings They are now making arrangements to open up the inlne.and developmen Is now under way. In week thev expect to ship a car a day and before the end of the year will have an oiil put of siNty tons dally. The coal will be loaded on Ihe Klcan gravel pll spur. BUILDING PERMITS Building permits were issued lodaj for a store on Ninth street south lo he built toy Conner at a cost of 128.00; to James McGowan for a residence on Fourteenth, street soutl at a cost of and to D. II. Ham Hay for a honsc on at I3SOO. RAISE BIRD SEED IN ALBERTA South Dakota Farmer Sees Big Prospects-Has Land Here W. S. Cooley, 'ol Aberdeen, S. arrived in Ihe city last night and is stopping hire for a tew dajs HCS.US .hat tin1 crop prospects in South Da- kola this summer are very poor, as puelically Ihc whole stale is sultet- ng lor want of lain Mr Coolcy has a' half section in 11-21, north ol Dia- mond City, and IIP lllb way out ,o liwke aiiaiHSiiiiiciiU to luu tonic ot Hub Kind broken III is gieatlv (leased with tlic crop prospects here nd thinks Alberta-will have a bum- wr-crop, .which will draw a. great nany people froiii the Dakolas during the next lie, lium-cH, is a jrain dealer in Aberdeen, handling iiillcH tor bird.seed and poultry.par- licdlarlv; From what lie has seen iei-e he thinks Southern Alberta should lie ah ideal country for this crop, and it ib likclv that, he will seed several acres oi his farm, next spring In niiilelt as an experiment ['his crop matures in about G5 or 70 lavs and as Mr- Coolev Ins shipped several-carloads'of the seed into Can- ada'' from the Stales, he thinks there should be a market lor it here. It is quite likflv that he will sell us mtereits in Aberdeen and move, with his to Lethbridge, and proceed with the development ol his armiv Should .he., do Ibis, he slates IhaWhe will also go in for raising al- falfa, biome grass and clover, as> these crops should thrive: here. OFFERS TO DIE ONJCAFFOLD In Place of Woman Con- demned for Murder at the Soo Uexamier Aallopot Ohio, is willing to be hanged in place ol Mis Ange Una Sault SI.C Marie, Ontfthc vvomrfn condemned to die on the gallows1 August 8 Dr. Aallo is a mi'ddle-aged bachelor with a moth- el and sister in Finlantt Me has a large olhcc'prHctlte1 'among Finnish and Swedish citizens. "It would only he fair to Mrs Na- polltano for a man to Rive his life for inasmuch as her life is 111 per- il on account of-a man's persecution of and because men condemned savs Aalto. "1 know my old mother would consider that I was honored and honoring her motherhood in--dy- ing lor Mrs. NapplitRno." STARLAND The management of Starland uer- tainlv. deserve to he complimented on the excellence of, their week-end pro gram. "The Mill of the Gods" is the feature of the program. U is a sen- sational drama, acted, to perfection, hj one of the stiongest comnanies j ro duting pictures Evervone should take the opportunity to flee this picture nv an all star cast Other high class pictures and two screening lomedies complete a program that In excellence can seldom be seen in the city Those who saw this program last evening delighted with it A Good Defence Against the White Plague No one can afford to lessen their pre- ducing power In day, and to have power you must have good machinery The human body is the greatest mi- chine ever most wonder- ful mechanism in the world It is sheer economic waste not to keep your body in tlic best condition There is no v-illd eicuv: for allowing the tissues to become attacked by the white plague You need your health and Canada vou Insure against it by budding up your reserve forces and bodily defences The best defence you can get is Nyal s Cod Liver Compound. It .builds up the tissues ami prevents disease A delicious tonic and a splendid vital- ber, puts on good, solid flesh, and nukes you fecrfit for any task. For tlic puny and backward child there il nothing better Nyal's Cod Liver Com- pound will soon bring the roses back to the cheek ami give vigor and vitality. Your own Druggist cheerfully guard Nynl's Cod I iver Compound. Sold and gulrintMd by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. 1.0. H1GINBOTHAM 4 CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIOQE W. B. Sherman Majestic Theatre PlMMM 646 OH SAY FUN NIGHT Aaj5SE YOU BET MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 26th AND 27th The Merriest Of All Extrtva- ganiM 40 People 40 40 People 40 A Bewitching Costumes Large Cast of Extravag-nnxa Sixty-Smllc-a-Miii" utc Show. 91M, SEAT SALE OPENS AT BOX Off ICE, FRIDAY, JUNE 23 WOULD VERY OFTEN FAINT AWAY. Doctor Wd That Sonwtiim Ha Oat On- Miny people of nj anything wrong with their btarl till lome little excitement, overwork, of onfmcmcnt in an overheated or over- romied room or public buildtag them fed faint Of dUiy. J. If you neglect the warning the ilijlil eeling of dullness giye> you, and hi} take titatment, there will be a gradual ojiwshn to lomelhing more jerlouj There n no reason you ibould wait II case becomes desperate before ou'ivatl yourself of, a perfect cure by olne Milburn'i Heart and Nerve Pdls H S. Chute, Wheatley, Ont writes 11 with gratitude I tell how our Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills eneited me. I was very weak ran down, and had headache, nearly every day and would very often tamt awty In fact, ray doctor slid thjt sometime would never come out of one ol them Lfter taking three bosei ofyour pills I ra glad to relate that it has been a .umber of vears since11 bave had ft ainting spell and scarcely have had leadache Too much cannot be In iraise of Mllburn's Heart and Nerve for in me they have effected a per- ct cure Price soc per boi, or 3 for d 35 At all mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co, United, Toronto, Out. TAKES ACTION AGAINST CONVENT Provincial Board of Health Decides on Drastic Action Montreal, June 24 dccid- ng to the authorities ot the convent, of St Anne at St Jer- ome for their recent infringement ot quarantine the memheis of the pro- mtinl hoard of health at a meeting icld leMndev morning, decided to thirlv four mum ;ipalltips of the piovnice, winch tor me reabon 01-other have failfd to nmplv "till tin ol Ihc calling for the passage of com- pulsorv vaccination legislation Both Iccisions were aimed at after consid raljle discussion, thr foclmg in thr ormrr case being tint so glaung a lisregaid 01 the board's orders as that of which the sisters of the con- cnt had htui gmltv, cquld not he illowed lo iinnoiiced, whilst in ,ho latter case the deplorable condi- tions of the province, .31 counties of which arc at the present time infect- ed with small-pox, demanded that drastic measures should "he, passed to stem the disease. MATINEE 2 to 5 EVENING 7 tc 11 SPECIAL SPECIAL MILL OF THE GODS Great Drama Sensation. THB CORONATION OP KING'GEORGE V. _.. WILL UK COMMEMORATED AT CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL, EXHIBITION in the most tl.boralt manner. ellmMlnK in nightlyVrro-Mililirr repnxliicuiKtheCoronjtion Nival Review at Spitheatl THAT MAKM THK WHOUC WOflUO WOMOBW Fortune 200.009 In WINNIRKG. tlUUY 12-22, MASONIC SERVICE North Star Lodge No., f. and Leth bridge Lodge 39, A P and A M I attend divine service at St. Aug- ustin1 church tomorrow evening. Members will meet In the Mi'onic Temple at fi-15 Visiting hieth- ren' are cordially Invited. ALFALFA ON DRY LAND Grasss Lake, Itine sample of alfalfa from Geo Poner'n farm, two miles east of town, was shown thiti _ek It measured twentv two inched The land was carefully prepared and seeded last fall and All Porter will have two splendid crops this summer. The success that has attended menis with 'alfalfa in this district would Indicate, that it will now be-. come one' of the nfular with most -farmers. THINKS FOR FIREMEN Mayor Adams this morning received a letter from P I general manager of- the Gait Collieries, con- veying the thanks ot the of the comuany to the city fire depart- ment, for the aid given m overcoming the fire In.No. S mine last week. OM fer MARRY EARLY SAYS ROWLEY (Special to the Calgary, June the course ot speech mado at a presentation to lira b'y the staff oi the Rank of Com- ncrcc, C'. W. Rowley, who leaves io- liiy to assume, the management oi Ihc Winnipeg branch, asserted his lici in the advisability of early nint- c of Ihe olTlcinis iif the hunks. He believed .Hint all young men were heller servants alter llnl he did not allow his'advice to dissolve in general He made, if a practical issue' by-applying it, directly to all, the young bachelors of his stall, and guaranteed his as- sistance. "An assistant manager" was in his opinion, snch a valnatiift alliciir'tlial lie pledged himself 'to do evorylhlng'ln his power to nrakc it A True Saying! Are You Building? When selecting paper for your house, be careful. You will henem by using good paper. THAT'S JUBILEEI PEERLESS SHEATHING U also good paper. Wo will be pleaMd to 'mail'samples oh quest. Trade onlj supplied: Merricfc- Anderson Co. Miktn. ;