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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta June 27. Iftli. J'ilE LKTIlHKIIKiF DAILY HERALD New-FriendSi Every Day Grocers tell mhkes every day. Customers who liouslit other tea before now ask for Blue Itibbon. They lienr from 'riomls how good It.is and.decide to try.it. And in any case if it Is not ound fully satisfactory, packet cim' be returned ami the money refunded. IMPERIAL LIMITED v, COLLISION Bears Paw, Alta., June 27. Imperial Limited, dup Galgary.-Rt 4.05 o'clock-on, collided here., four Icon miles 0 efet of C ilgin vllli n, work tialn tonsiBting of i ind caboose, at 1 40 this moiningi Passengora In reiir of first tourist rnd Pullman un injured and only shghtlj huken up OPERATORS MAY SEEK DELAY (Spcciil to the Ileiild) BanH Alti Iluic no session Concili itmn Hoard tills liioniinb Mr Miclcod of the Bo ird appointed under the gialn ispectioii act. Fred Downer. De Veber Gordon Macbeth arrived REV. W. A. J. MARTIN DEAD Brantford, W. A. J. convenor of the Foreign Mis qnary Committee the Presbyter- i Church, died, here today-aflor a ifrcring He was -19 yeais GRAIN PRICES ttinmreg Jube Tulj -opened 01! 1-4, closed ]-S; October opened n closed 91 5 S Dec opened kl I closed 90 o S Oats Juh open ed 3ft 34 closed T, .1S Oct opened 3( iS closed 38 78 Flax July closed 2 14 October opened 1 70 closed 3 SJ Winnipeg cash clos ed 1 Vor 14 2 Nor 13 4 90 3 4 4 Nor S No o SO 1 2 6, 75 Feed G" Olts NTo 2 C U American Market. j opened closed 9h 12 Sept opened 'Io closed 96 78 Dec opened 95 closed CONSERVATIVES Whitby, Out., June On- io .Conservatives choBD Wm. Smith, evil P to oppose F L, iowko Jl P at the next Dominion election. Mi Smith has out of public life for 17 yenis WINNIPEG S NEW MAGISTRATE Winnipeg, June Duvid M. Walker, number of years senior county-court judge of the Eastern Ju- dicial Distuct has been appointed po (cp. magistrate .for the city of Win- nipeg to succeed the lite Hon T Del) thli rooming fron Port Hope where thcj hue'bcui attending Upper Cin- ada College. They will remain in the citi Aith their parents during tlie holidays. A wedding of interest was that at Washington D r of Miss Anne Francis Hajird granddaughter of the lite Secrettirj of State riiomas F bnarrt md daughter of Mrs Jtfirrcs A Bivard ind Norman Underwood, of Islington 1) C Miss Annie Stafford ins the gupst of honor it i doilj ind Inndkcrchiet gnen hi Mrs Glias McKiI- lop jcstetdn The guests ucre re cencd hy the hostess ton the spicious icnndih ucre Mrs V n Slaflord presided over the tea table from nhicli the dunti refrcshn onts uero sencd Hlgmbolhim Hirdie and Macbeth' a'ssistcd. I he Epnoith league of church hid a icn interesting meeting; Tomorrow afternoon tlie schoo children's annual (lower show wil take place nnd gives every promis of being bigger and better than ever This year it will be divided into two shows, one at the Central, kindergar ten school and the other in the kin- dergarten room of the Westminster school. The children'have taken great trpublc to care for their plants, anc a. good, show. a certainty. .The i mil he open to Hit public from 3 "0 to r o clock and is corriiillj muted to attend Thr Parish AuMliarj of St Cvpri- an's church are gjving a niusicalc at the., home of .Mrs. J. W. Boulton, Crabb. street, on Thursday evening, .1 uny 29. A-silver collection will be taken at the door; The following be- ing the program Waddington, Davidson. Cornet Harkness. Barrett I ocKwood Piano Flute Morgan Roj Jackson I ockw ood W addington Petls '_ The evidence as it has bcci. brought out In points, to the fact that there was Ill-feeling be- tween I.effingwell and Rowland, fol- lowing upon-the. prosecution of Dr. .Slcclo, of Warner on the charge of selling liquor illegally-and on which charge he was lined and costs Rowland was poundkeeper during IfllO, "and it appeals that Mr I.cf- had given the village some fenced lots within the (own limits as. a pound." During, llic fall Row- land had as1fed-for permission to slack'some gr.auT.in these lots. Mr. Lcllingwell had granted the request but preferred that when threshed, Stho straw should not be left on the pro- icrty Mi Rowland had disregarded this latter request ..and when the threshing was done a pile of straw vas left on the. lots. Rowland had ilso left several articles of machin- ery stored on the property About Dec dl Rowland had been 'relieved of is duties as-poundkeeper. In the pring Mr. Leffingwell had asked Mr. ion-land to rcmoie his stfaii and lachincry from the lots, as the lots no longer .used as a pound. Mr. Ice cream andicandj will be on sale duung the eiening REAL ESTATE MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER inland had paid no attention to request, and again on June 13 he had asked him to remove the stuff Rowland refused again and a quarrel.ensued in which it is cfaimcd that Rowland struck Leffingwcll over the head with something which look- ed to the witnesses of the fray to be a harrow tooth, and threatened to 1 do him up The fracas took place on the street in front of Rowland's yard. The case so far has been taken with the examination of the crc.... witnesses, P s Loffingwell, W. J. Mahcr, M. J. Nicholson, and Nicholson. MACLEOD'S DEAL WITH THE C.N.R. Road Intends to Make Town an Important Point Maclcod, June as- sured fact tliat'Maclcod is to.be'the nost important .railway .center Mberta, south of Calgary. A. num- icr of .the Canadian'Nor- hern railway company appeared he- ore the 'council 'tonight and. submit; cd a proposition accompanied by lans for the location, of the com- any's proposed works in this 'town. These include right of way, passen- cr station, freight station, and divi- ional yards. 'llic proposition was submitted by P McN'cill and accompanying him ere J. W. Knittel, chief engineer ic company II. assist- it engineer, and Richard Johnston, iperiritcndent of right of-way.- The reposition asked for the subs'tltu- on of a new location for., the rcser- ation alicady granted m the nor'th- iStern corner of the town.- According to the new plans suhnnt- d the road will Old Man's river opposite Stli avenue then cross (he tov.n from north to south follow- ing the line of 5th aicnue The com- pany desires the town .to close all cross streets except 27, 24, 20, 15 and 12. The passenger train will he located HWWHTUT, BAKING POWDER NEVER ANY FAILURE OR DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN MAGIC BAKING POWDER IS USED. CONTAINS NO ALUM. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS. MADE IN CANADA on the picsent freight station 21st street the yards between up Mrs Hayward, a stoker on the enit. er Niobe, died suddenly at Charlotte- town, P. T. R Winnipeg, June C Stew- ard, a real estate agent doing business NEW PREMIER OF FRANCE CHOSEN in of_Pembina county N D charged 38 Pins June 27 loseph Cailhux as accepted President Fa'llierc's in- iHtion Io otgamzc i ministrj to iccccd tint of M Moms who re igncrt tfter hcmg jn power not quite our months 1 lie new cabinet prob- ih be nnde up in part as fol M Premier and Mm liter of Inferior lein Cruppi Mm istoi nf Justice Justin G Dcsohts Minister 01 I Tugcnc I twnne Mimsti 01 11 ir Theplilc Bolcisso Mini of Mirine Jule Stcig Minister Insduttion ind I I Minister 01 1-imncc Ciilliuy olfcrc Pome irt his choice ot portfolio foreign illins 01 ini but he pic cued Ihc mmisiri 01 justice one of the new arrnals the citi i pi mo selection The gue will hold i picnic two weeks from 1 of a Canadian Phllllp'worrall Wor- list night thirtj-fiie nno was half demented was stopped at the boundary for deporta- tion .during October 1908, and while Montreal Witness Mrs Bruce J in Stewards chirgc then immisra- Hodgson formcrh Miss Elsie Miller "on offlcer disappeared His fate held her postnuptial reception i ester a mystery until hi. bones we Jay ifternoon at the residence of tound ln a buah grave thr Mrs J C Hodgson Rosljn aicnuc mlles from on March 11 la The reception nis also m the nature stCTarlis arrast "ow follows H ofifireilell is Mr and Mrs H0dK- ha' son leaie on Silurdai morning, tomght their future homo in Lundbreck" hcrla Tlic guests ncrc reccned the drawing room nlnch was- decor ited nilh pml, roses and grcenerv The bride who ins issistcd in 30th and 15th streets eitending south icross the C P R. tracks, forming the argcst railway yards in Alberta out- side of Calgary. Locations are provided for engine louse, shops, offices, switching facili- ties and all that goes to make, up an important divisional'point. Mr. McNcill filed a telegram from M H Macleod, general .manager, giv- ing assurance that ttio chief division- al point of the CN.R! in Southern Alberta will be established hero if the the town will .ipproie of the suggest- ed plans. It was further stated that it is thr- intention of the company to proceed nith the construction of road due south from Macleod for a dis- tance of (torn 10 to 16 miles, then! swing westward through the Water- -on and Kootenay river districts to 'inchcr Creek and No time was set nhen the work would be constructed but it was uri- ofticially stated that the road would be here by this lime nelt year. The plans and propositions were unanimously approved by the council and the C N.R. will be given the new reservation on condition that the agreement is carried out. CANADA'S FRICNO IS APPOINTBO London, June J. Andenon, who received tbe thanks of Canada for bll ler- vices on the Alaska boundary rommlBiion, Im been appoint ed permanent under'colonial secretary. evtradition and go Al- AWFUL HEAT IN KANSAS Kansas City, June scorching und from the south has blown all daj over eastern and central Kansas and the western Missouri iending emperatures to new high, records Hepprts from but one county in Mis oiiri tell of rain This at Hart ille In Wright count; In Kansas fit) the temperature retched 100. At Sallna and JfcPherson, Kan CAPTURED AN EACLE fine specimen in the form of live eagle was caiight by George St plea a few days ago, north-east of th Idling b} Mrs and bj ho'hTed by cojotes th farmer decided to set a trao and g rid of them Kills the Dandruff Germ I The "ext dav he went to loolt at u trap and instead, of finding, a coyot Stop. Falling Hair-oth.r. Imitate I tphat he had CaUBllt eagl and Make Similar Claim., but the started to work t Genuine and Ordinal Dandruff set the.bird Into a box so'that h Germ Destroyer I. Newbro'. could do as he wished with it and i Herpieide I doing so'he nearly met with an ace The discoierv of the dandruff germ dent hair troubles Is not Prof Unni gave th. get hold temperature breaking thi years. fonipcratiires towns today 112, the reached 114 degrees, record for the last 26 in other Kansas were Manhattan, Abilene 112, la 1M Kinsley, KM) strenf City, 111 form theory to the