Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
.Tune I'.M I THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD THE CANADIAN B.ANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANACKR CAPITAL REST, MONEY ORDERS Money Orders of The Canadinn Bunk a life, convenient and economical method of remitting small of. money. They are payable without clwge at every branch of a chartered bank in Camida (except in the, Yukon Territory) and in the principal 'cities of the United St.lies.. The Orders and full information regarding them may be obtained on application ut tlic Hunk. 4 In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bankn receipt of a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount of the lost Order. 4232 Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. OF CANADA CiiiKJ, UidlvMri ProUfe Tdil Assets Farmm Dei) WMb because they fiud our service courteous and satisfactory. Collecting Sale cash by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph Letters of Credit to provide funds for a facility which a progressive Bank can offer is at your service at any Branch of The Union Bank of Canada. v Main Office cor. Round 4 Redpsth Sts.0. R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling Branch-A. Roach, Acting Manager. 'Griisy W. Luckhardt, Manager. BARGAINS! The. Big Slaughter Sale of .Clothing and Wens' Furnishings at Lethbridge Clothing Store on in full swing. One will do the work of Two. Come and be convinced. The Lethbridge Clothing Store SAM 113 7th St. South (113 Glyn St.) Across Park near C.P.R. Depot. LOCAL BUDGET In tlic mention1 of awards' at the exhibit of plants al the Ccntial school, the tollowmg omitted D.ny's Cuihh, 2nd, Lillian Proctor 3id, Clifford iiunt. Work on the superstructure of thc warehouse of tlic Western Supply (Equipment Co on Poutth_St S Mill be commenced intnirriiatclv anrt 1hr building lushed to completion The tenders were let jestei'day to the contractors, .Bayne .and Davis, and filthough thc exact figures are not gncn out it is understood that the price is close to Mr Bavne went to Calgary last night to make arrangements for the. work The June 15th 'issue of the '.Vcstiin XL'anada Trade Gaiette, contains a three page article entitled I.eth- Commercial Metropolis En- terprising City has great of husmcis ami coinincrcial intori'il The supplied hv IJOard of Trade and is wullen, being .iccompanied In MX cuts, three of tile coal mines, i hpi- cal wholesale house, a'business: hlcik and the court house The business and commercial life of the citj is featiitctl, and the article shojld at- tract a gic.it deal of attention. CARDSTON CHILD NEARLYDROWNED Found With Face Down- ward in a Tub of Water (Special to the Herald) Cardston, June young, child of -.Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sheffle was found last evening, face dow In a tub of'water. By prompt action the little one wa brought to consciousness ami though Dr. Ardlel called no no IOUB measures were necessary as.th water had not entered the lungs any groat extent. The parents were greatly rejoice to find the little one's case no wora The Creamery A splendid product is being pulpi by the Cardston Creamery anil-tl quantity this month Is reaching noa ly JOOO lljs. per week.' Most of the cream comes In twlc week but as they have some si different routes, the making has to b done oCtener. Q. S. Bcacll, president of the Boar of one who has worke most earnestly for this industry, ha lust returned from a trip to the wes where he has closed large contract for the product. He went as far a Vancouver. However, thc big coa strike has, killed the .market in th 1'ass towns, and It Is also stran how little can be placed at such cen tros as Lethtnidge, where one woul think the whole product might easll find a sale T.be Board of. i Trade there coul iloubtlcss assist this matter; present only a small .Quantity, is con tracfod there, the biggest jobber handling the eastern product alto gether. The price on eastern townships but ter Is very low at present and thi Manitoba product is also a competitp In our markets. However, the loca people are working hard and thii month's product will doubtless be j big factor in establishing a name tqi the number one article that is made here. Pivlng Sidewalks The Crown Paving and Construction Company ibroughtlh yesterday a gang o[ men" to commence work on the sidewalks to be put in this summer. They are in charge, of member of the firni and are getting everything in readiness for a quick campaign. Some four or five blocks are to be put down. Private contract! are also in their line at 20c-per foot New Constable For the past week Joseph Steed, the new town constable, .has been, getting acquainted vlth his under thc tuition of J P Low, whose resignation takes effect on the 1st. Mr. Low bat certainly been a diligent officer and has made a record for law enforce; ment during his incumbency. The -baseball iboys are putting in all the time possible at practice these days in view of the games with Ma grath on the 1st and Lethbridge oh the 3rd. Success to them! His work that counts. II. L. Hinman, who returned with Messrs. Duce anfl Jacobs from the SMOTHERED.TO DEATH Calgaly, June elghteen- niunuiH old son ot Mr and Mrs. Rob- ert Howell of Altadoro- met'wlthf tragic death last night usual charactei The little fellow hart fallen head first into a badger hole and smothered to death. The Board of Trade the Village of Fergus suggests tq the council'that a rebate of taxes for a period ot five years be made -to of houses, the land only to_bc taxed. south recently, reports a very 'enjoy: able month spent among old friends in Utah. His health is much Improv- ed by the change and. he stood the, trip remaikablv well, both going and coming. Mr. Hinman is the venerable patriarch of the Alberta Stake and.Is beloved by all who know him. Shoe Repairing at The Foot Toggery We have three expert repair and can do good substantial work on the shortest notice. Goods called for and delivered AVIATOR HAS CHARMED LIFE Fell Five Hundred Feet and Was Only Slightly Hurt Chicago June 20 J Joyce, aviator, fell fccV in a bi-plane at lK-ui Talk jcsieidciv and es- caped "with nnly shglit injuries. He broke Ua-ougli five telephone wires, one trolly wire and heavy wooden backstop foi baseball diamond Thc backstop was wicckc.i and thc bi- planf, was giound to pieces, but Joyce escaped w if h only sprained ankle, scratched face and possibly minor feature o( one of the smal! hones of the leg.' fell upon tlic snapping it in two and this broke the force of his fall and twisted his body so that he alighted squarely on his feet. A Gw4 Agaiul tkt Wfcitt PUf No OM on iflord lij Imwn their dueiai power to-dty, kad to htve power jrou ouit Iw-.v food machinery. Thi human body ii I he greatest ma- thlat.ewr most wonder- ful raactaniim in the world. It ,lt iheer economic waate not to your body ia the belt condition. There a no valid rxcuv (or allowinf the tluurt to become attacked by tlie white You need your health and Canada Btedi you. InMire against it by tnulding up your KKrve tniat aud bodily defences. The hnt defence you cm get Is Myal'i Cad Liver Compound. It builds up I In tinun and preventi disease A .delicioiu tonic and a splendid vilal- Ue'rv''fiutl pn good, wlid flesh, aud makes you nt for any task For the puny and backwird child there nothing bttlef. Nyal'jCrxl I.ntr Com- pound >otfo brine the roses back to toe and give and vitality. Yooi own Diugpst cheeifully guanv %rt Nytl's Cod Mver Compound, AN AVIATOR MAY FLY HERE and guaranteed by ALilRTA DRUG 4 BOOK CO. J. 0. HIOINBOTHAM 4 CO. JACKSON.A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE Ow tor each everyday ailment MADE MISTAKE IN THE RAIN HE SCORED THE ARCHBISHOP r u r t h e r Particulars of the Hold Up in Oregon Oleiidalc, Oregon, June ntly thc first section of he'northbound passenger train No. onMlie Southern. Pacific [or thc outhhound.-train, said to he carrying shipment.of in gold dust rom Seattle to San Francisco, two up the northound tr.iin asL night near Wcstfork, an isolated tation ih'Cbal Creek Canyon. Rob- ert rifled'tlie mail car, blowing up he safe and made away with Ihe egistered mail They tiled to secure h entrance to 'the express car, hut 'ere foiled ;hy 'Messenger Robb, who efiiicd to open the door, despite lircats thatvlhcy would use dynamite he resisted. The "robbers, after fruit cssh prvmg with a crow bai at tlic inu. door of the'car, finally desisted nrt ,riccanipcd with thc loot securul he amount taken; cannot be .ascer- ajiied .at this time. .This train car1 led in its registered mail, cash Ironi outhcrn .Oregon Post Offices to fciu- cne, Ore which is their depository, probably included in the robbers hoarded the rain at Westfoik, while tlie engine as taking water Soon after it had ot under thcv crawled over the ender into the cab and directed the ogineer stop the train. This one1, one kept the engineer and fire- aiT'undcr cover of ,a revolver, while ic other went hack and uncoupled ic mail, baggage, cars, inn the engineer was ordered to II the cars some distance up the ack, where he was again ordered to op. The robbers went back to the ail car, and lining the mail clerks i, took (he registered mail pouches d dynamited the .mail car safe, le noise of tlic explosion warned Siiress Messenger Ilobb of what was The people of hclhbridge and Sou- thern Alberta '-will, very likely have an opportunity'of seeing a biplane machine within the next month... Thc aviator will lie Ku- geno Ely, the young Anglo-American who created a sensation last fitII by Hying out ,16 sea and landing on tin; deck of an American battleship in the Pacific Ocean at Sun Diego, Cal. The machine he will USB- will be the Cur- tiss biplane S.. 0. ,Rayl, of the., fllcn Curtiss of New York, and nwinager Jor Mr. Eh', arrived in the city this 'morning_ on- invitation of two ItM'al men and .considers cli- matic conditions and -altitude ideal and the conditions most sat- isfactory If Ihn necessan tee is arranged the exhibitions will i.ik'c place on two days during the week commencing July 12th. If the flights come off they will be the first aeroplane (lights tp. be. made in Wes- tern Canada between Winnipeg and thc coast, MAJESTIC THEATRE W. 8, SHERMAN, Msnagtr. I One 1st Night Only, Saturday, July Attraction of the famous ALABAMA MINSTRELS Not Rtal Nejro ..Slngtn, Dancers, Musicians and Fun .Makers TwjBNTY-FiFrn YEAR AM promises fjlthfiilly There only one the South before'ttie Heir the free Band Concert; 2Bc -Winnipeg, conUnuin the discussion on the proposed div sion of Ute diocese at the Buperts Dunl, Hon." C'.-K.' Coldwel K morning vigorously denounce the resolution of Archbishop Mathe son, as announced by yei terrlay to the effect that he ,wou] exercise Ins power should, tl synod vote in .its favor. Mr. Cold well said the Archbishop's decisio was in direct defiance'of the principl of free donate in the synod, which it members prized dearly. There woul ue hitter opposition, at thi then at other synods.'- other speak spoke, in similar strain, Cano Murray supporting, his grace NORTH ONTARIO CONSERVATIVE Bridge, Onta Conservatives today renomlnate tlayor Sam Sharpe, M.P., and W.' H P. P., The latter met wit some opposition from one of the del< gates-who demanded some leglslatio: that had gone wrong king place, and when the demand me, for him (.o.open. liis door lie o no response. The conductor of train as soon as lie iliscoi'creti lat.hati iairen place went back to cstfprk, where he notified Glendalc dysurroumiiiig points. Posses have en .'organized to pursue the robbers, wp weeks ago a Soutjiern .Pacific j train was held up only a few miles from the scene of last night's rob- herv W. J. Nelson Co. 214 3rd Street, S. Lethbridge SWORN IN AS DEPUTY GOVERNOR Ottawa, June Ixinia Davles of the supreme court bench was morning sworn In deputy during the absence from Ottawa of Earl Groj'. His Excellency to ipenrt Mrera] dayi at J. J. Hill'i flih- ing lodge In Quebec. There Is scarcely an empty houne In Pelrolea; U'allnceburg has a building, boom, and Chatham has people living- Ill tents. in Canada for orer half century used in every corner of die world where people suffer from Constipation and resulting Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, itandhiffaMriopaUie MtmMtien HIM any and tiMir ever. IncreMang sales prove their meriL PhysicwiM 25c.abox. LOKJMER WITNESS INVOLVES HINES Testimony Shows Lum- berman Interested in Election of Senator Washington, June- tes- timony to show that Edward Mines, president of Mines Lum- ber company of .Chicago, played an important part in'tbe election of Sen' atpi1 Lorimer and was interested in the senator's was given to- day 16 the senate committee invest! gating th6 electionv by W. S. Cook, a lumberman of Duluth, 3Iinn, Mr. Cook acknowledged his bitterness to- ward lUr.-HHiCB "I know, Iiis way of doing business" he explained. has a way of going 'about .buglhesB that I do not think is honorable. When he wants to 'buy timber'he gets an option and then goes around trying to hurt the credit of the seller.' Mr. related an alleged conver- sation with Mr. Htnes at the-Granrt Pacific hotel in Chicago, in May, in which .'he Bays- Mines remarked was ''having a of a time at Wash "Now, for Cook testified Hincs said, "there is old Stcpheneon, After 1 got him elected, he has gone down there and started working for free lumber. The southern democrats are the worst of the whole lot." 1 lines said he would have them all fixed up one day and next day they would flop. in the committee room, including Mr. Mines, laughed at the testimony, but, not so Senator John- ston of Alabama, a southern democrat, Senator Fletcher of Florida nudged Mr. Johnston and the Alabama senator joined In. Detectivei who are said to have 'been employed to- shadow Clarence S. Kunk, general manager of the national Harvester company and star witness nt the present inquiry, were Mr. Funk. Mr. Funk had the detectives siib- uocnned as witnesses before thc com- mittee, thus leaving him unshadowed for the'flrgfc, Vmo in weeks, It is claimed. MATINEE. 2 to 5 i-ul EVENING COMPLETE CHANGE OF PICTURES Do You Want To Save Money Sale At Blue Store GENTS' AND NOTIONS 6M 4th AVENUE S. WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF CITY. MARKETS' Winnipeg, Man., June: 89.f-GraIn markets, Winnipeg and American, were is follows wheat opened 96 12, closed 16 38, Octobei opened 90 5-8, closed 90 5-8; December oponed 89 1 2, closed 89 J-2 opened 37, closed 3G 7-S; October opened; 38 3-8, closed 3S'1-8. closed 198, October opened 185, closej 179 WINNIPEG Northern SB, Northern 93, 3 Northern '90, No: 81 2, No 5 81, No 6 76 2 W. 30 3-4. -r.N.'W. 1.98. American .Markets ji-hest. opened 14, closed 94 "3-4; September opened 14. closed 95, opened K, ilosefl W 1 4 wheat: opened 89 -2, closed 89 September .opened. 91-4, closed 89 1-8; December opened 1, closed 91 1-8. IR WILFRID PRAISES MOUNTED POLICE London, the qntlncent'of .the R. N.W.--M, Police V Chelsea .Barracks Sir Wilfrid'lau- iei said, "I'm proud of you pioud of you I trusl that while i England you will have such enjoy ent as is consistent.wlth-your high tate of discipline and on jour le- irn home receive enthusiastic oceptlon It is expected that shipments of cream from St Thomas will reach' 600 gallons daily before the end ot June. Nervous Prostration MakM You Wwk, THE POET 8AB1NE DEAD Toronto, June Sabine, itrwn aa "The Poet" from his'.habit iccltlng oiigmnl and tmpipmptu lynies at municipal Vand icctings, was found dead in bed this lorning WlMremr are aiekly pcophi are with deranged nerves Uwy wiU find that Milbum'i Heart and Piile will restore the equilibrium of tbeM deranged contrM, and bring back nervoiM lyitan to a perfect condition. 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