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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Septunilicr 1.011. run i.imnmmoR DAILY Page 5 Home Baking CRE.AM Baking Powder of Tartar Powder Grapes Fair Better Than Ever Before (Continued from Front Page.) Raymond Winners Raymond, Sept got firsts on all the entries made in' tire' iiardstoiv festival On Tuesday and Wednesday nights of this week. 'Tlmre were eutrivs for soprano solo, >liss Young ajid Mrs. Loaduel.ter re- Raymond, Miss Young's of Vauimh's "Cradle Song" itself to Prof. Jones, tlm .Adjudicator, and to her was given prize. The professor gave as itason for tiis conclusion the fact Miss Young's voice had the ibewt quality, the intonation was good and she got moat out of; the song. iVVra. Vaughan had com petition for I'hc ibarltouo solo .''Three easily and was gi'eatly praised njy the adjudicator. W, S. Berryesaa ;was an winner in cornet solo. %1'wo youthful Raymond antis'ta were highly commentled by the professor: Hewey Nielson, pupil of Uriel O'Brieifr astoiii'slied the audience with life playing on tlie violin, while Myrllo Skouson, 11 years old, da lighter of .Airs. A. U. Skouson, sang so sweetly that her h'sarers were debited and tlio aiijudicator awarded her. the prixo. first_ is a showing for the sugar town. CANADIAN GOLD NEW ISSUE mane of the Canadian "gold coins, which will; he dc in course or n few weeks, will bear King George's head on one side and on tlic other tho Canadian coat of anus. The dies are now on the- wny from ..England and.-, .coining' will commenced as soon''ire they arrive "in the dollar pieces are practically same. Fives will be generally known as a "G-eorgvj" and tens Double George." FRENCH COME TO Paris, Sept. .J. ile I chief of the permanent commission mat the Krcncn ROV- L'lnm.'iit has sent, lo tho UniUil is one of tho most ilintin- 1-iiiv.hud of thy technical'stall of 'lie ministry ot public works. As eni'ineer of the board of brides ami roads be'has done important work in lie returned recently from where by permission of the iVmich government, lit- laid out aijil the construction of tin: haiho'f improvements in Peniamhiico which lire to cost and he com- pleted in live years. Before his departure, M. dc I-ull- igiiy spoke of France might learn from the United States. It is gent-rally thought lie sai'd, "that we can learn ..froup the :oinmercidl organization railroads, From tin: methods of hand- ling freight in ports and from the :nanner in which problems concerning arge public works are H is ikely that the immense development if industry and transportation JnitLil, States. has md methods which may lie applied Lo the further development of thc- iamc things in K.ratice. Ways of doing hings cannot be transplanted entire- y from one country to another, hut cepl. Only jii tbe case of personal Men-Is will be consent to break bis j rule .rorii lime to time, the last ox-! cepUon bcinj; Miss Margaret Anglin, f for itt'Iioiu ht'.inade n trait considered to bo one m the best he has uver done. Steichen in a close friend of An- tfiistc Knriin, (he sculptor, who iias tlie very highest opinion of his young t colhvUue'H work, and il was upon liudin's rei'oinmemlnl on that he re- I erjvi'd the Luxembourg cotiiiiii.ssion from the French government. Warships are Before Tripoli; Turkey Has 'Italy's Ultimatum (Continued Iron) Front Page.) the combined to give the assist the Turks, an 'orccs would lie likel Italians n surprise, Excitement in Italy Chia.sso, 'Hwilv.erland, Sept. icspululi lute from Home says thai'great excitement prevails u tho Italian capital over the ulti- time limit' of which will jcvpire early tomorrow. The majority originated ideas expect. Turkey to 'comply with the To Take People Away Malta., H is ollicialh- .state'l that the Italian consulates in j Tripoli have "their disposal two Jof accommodating houseful, growing out of the mi- j one. people, may 'be stud- ojteii aHapled, loathe needs ot A froln nbUier jays the' steamer Hercules left this To Learn From Americans "France wants sonic of her young i ngiaeers to learn of America and irinjr houic an understanding of the Americans use in treating with morning May Dslay Occupation he rciij'uii'enuMits commonHo -all r's Vei- iiispt'ctor of bridges nd roads, visilccl the United States ist year and .iliil preliminary work for French engineers hard to devise a peaceful settlement. The intimation has heen conveyed to Italy by both Germany and Austria that anything more serious than a demonstration .between Tripoli and Srnjrna will be looked on with dis- favor, hut because of the intense feel- ooii loiiiorrow; it is possible [ing in Italy-it i.s not believed that that Jbe occupation may bo' delayed i the government can hack down with- lanotiicr iwehty.-foiir hours unless the out facing serious trouble at h'oun 'reply is a flat refusal. Rome, Sept it Turkey before is .stated that lies to' the ultimatum Ladies Who K now Sixth Street Opp. Bank of Montreal CAUSE OF THE UBERTE DISASTER Open Question 'Selii: That hostilities ave opportunities for observing Eroin Jlict-woen lialy would opfm lie inside Ijnxv jrrcai, mitRfprLscs are iliu cntirii cast'cA'a situation and pos- TEMPLEMAN GOES BACK TO HIS DESK Fff and Comfort-essentials ol the best foot always in all "Queen Quality" Shoes 'Designed by experts using the most" iip-tp.-dnte .scientific -met hods. They are anatomically correct :ih every detail and they- so perfectly adapt themselves lo Ijie foot as to give solid comfort and ease from the first moment worn. Fit assur- ed always. You will buy here eventually. not now? J. Nelson ictfid. M. Vctillart found there lie hospitality in ideas reisers find in France. Four thoiis- id .students..are .enrolled this yerir ,pf' Ij'aris alb.ue. lifty.rSi.v American intiir- sts have agreed to "admit French eji- ncers. Tliey include two government ipartji.i'nLs, 14 ui 18 miiiing and industrial works of i-lic first ratilt. The ministry -fof public works has granted an initial credit, ot" for the engineering mission. Four engineers will he sig'neil by M. de lar wdrlc later in ihc year. American Painter A signal honor has "been done to American art by the selection of thi painter, Edward Steichen, of New to execute a 'large part of tbc mural decorations of the new Luxem- bourg museum, Formerly the great seminary of the arch-diocese of Par- is, which was sequestrated by the government after tbe separation law came into force, builders have heen work on the new gallery for some time and the pictures from the present Luxem- bourg will soon he moved across their new and spacious home. The large courtyard of the old is to he covered 'with glass and France's magnificent collection of modern sculpture, miicH.of which uis, on account of the limited accom- modation, heen hidden away in eel- 'ars or placet! in the gardens, expos- ed to the mercy of and weather, will be seen there under perfect "itions. Edward Steichen is the son of .nxembourg farmer, who emigrated to (he United _Stales and married there. His mother was a woman of remarkable character and attainments and si rained every resource to give her son a liberal education. He first became known., for his wonderful photographs, but his ambition -.vas lo he a pninter, and all the money he marie by photography he devoted to himself in painting. He has now completely abandoned photo- graphy, although besieged with re- quests at prices which many a por- trait painter would be glad 'to ac- Ottawa, Sept. Wm. tem- pleman gays he will imt contes't any sihly result'in, long, deferred dash j other seat hut' Victoria and will go of ..the-pou'erai-is admitted here. Con--ljack to wouk on his "paper, tbe Vic- 7imey Paris, Sept. Paris Midi affirms -today that differ- ences of opinion.-exist between Vice Admiral Bellue and Min- ister of Marine Dclcasse'as to the cause of tho explosion thai destroyed the Llberte. The admiral who commands the second squadron tn which the belonged, main-tains the fl.ue to decom- Dpsition oi' powder in her nuig- azines'. M. D'eleasse refuses to accept that explanation. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Hov. D. IL-J-larahail, of St. George, Out., has been cnlted to.St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Jluntsville. Mr. Carnegie has promised a gift of for the building of a free li- brary in Stafford. The town is one of the oldest in England.. named Chnman, while..pick- .cherries in an tingbounie.'was accidentally, shot'by a" man, who was scaring birds. The Hies, whose absence was-so'i-mi- ticcable during .July, .have now de- scended on. and, the fly-iuper makers canot; meet orders, An anonymous donation of. has, been: received by the committee for tbe removal of King's College hos- pital, to South Londoiu Mayor- So easily so thoroughly en- wholly you really ought to serve it oftener. When rightly prepared Fry's Cocoa is the most delicious and most nourishing beverage you could serve Remember: u Will Do But FRY'S" Satisfy the chil- dren's craving for sweets by giving them this new FRY treat. Pure and inexpensive, too. Best stores sell it. Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited 123 Bannntyne Ave. East, Winnipeg ;