Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Aug. LETHBRITKSE DAILY HERALIV SHE HAD CONSTANT Until Relieved by Lydit E. Ptak tarn's Vejeteide Compound. Dewittville, "Before I start- jo take Lvdia.E. Plnkham's Veps- ------------table Compound I nearly all time with head, chei, backaches, nd bearing down m, and had a idnuoua pain in ,._. left side. It nude me sick if I [tried to walk much, .nd my back wan no reak that I 'bilged to wear corsets all the time. But now I do net bare any of I hare a One strong baby daughter now, which 1 did not have before taking E. 'Pinkham's Vegetable A. A. GlLM, U, Dewittrille, S. Y. DM above li only one of the thou- eands elew ,-zerp, little snpw and plenty pf sunihine, SP that a good Canadian lay- er, should do. as well or better in competition surroundings. The ..houses are being constructed for the purpose'. and therefore will be all new. There are to be 50 houses 12 I S foot and partially open front with plenty of windows. I Kiich house will be. divided Into two "WIGGLE" Danced By His Wife Calls Jtalou Husband, But a -Washington Judge' Decides Againpt the Complainant' 'i Washington, Aug. Wil llam'H. Delacey, of Vhe Juveuile fc'ourt, today, was called upon to' de cide how intoxicating'milk-punch-is and it is wrong for'a woman to dance. He dodged the punch ques tlon by deciding that one glass of good milk punch-is, not enough to make an ordinary person intoxicate! hut the dance is all right, and he put the mark of dancing, both public private. "It would be s good, thing If more of the old codgers and, judges and Mri Punn recover, surgeons Dunn allowing' two pens'of five birds each.! nlen and women jndulged..in; a little This will give 14 sti.uare feet to a bird.! the judge Beclared from the The ration will-be a whole grain and dry mash. Liberal cseh prizes will be given. tnought for a moment that the treats would tend toward the annexation of wool, 'Canada to the -because the of sclleors found near the caecum, opponents of the pact -thought they Per Packet Seierel ago, Mrs. atrioken III and several called in but were unable to city of PhlfadeiphLVand" iiiall'bfe known as; the Philadelphia North American Egg-Laying Competition. bench. "Dancing, lightens the bur- dens of every-day People who object to dancing are mostly old fog- joy Edward Linbach .caused Judge De- lacey to solve1 these questions, .when he asked that, his-wife be forced Jo lurn their Infanfchlld over to..him, charging that she was 'incompetent, 'because she drank mjlk punches and danced in public-places, frequently neglecting the baby. His wife admitt- 2.'This competition is to be held! cd she danced, but denied the American Interna- tional -'Egg-Laying Competition The first egg-laying competition States has been in- augurated and will be conducted der'1 the-'auspices "of "the North Ameri- physicians csu, a. newspaper published in the on the grounds, of.- the Storrs Agrlcul- punch drinking. Judge Delacey allow- A Good Defence Against the White Plague No OIK can afford to lessen their ducing power to-day, and to have powef you must have good machinery, The human body is Ihe greatest chine evrr e most ful mechanism in the world. It is sheer economic waste not to keep your body in the best condition There is no valid for allowing the tissues to become attacked by 'bite plague. Vou need your, health tod Canada needs you. Insure against it by building up .your reserve forces and bodily defences The best defence you can get is NytTi Cod Liver Compound. It buildj up UM tissues and prevents disease. A delicious tonic and splendid vtUI- izer, puts on tfood, tohd flesh, aod nuku you feel fit for any task. For the puny and backward child is better Nyal's Cod Liver Can- _ will soon bnng the roses back ta :hc cheek and give vigor and ritality. Your own Druggist cheerfully es Nyal's Cod Mver Compound. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM A CO. JACKSON COPE W. p. J. ALEXANDER m LETHBRIDQE THE LETTER BOX ;orrSi 'f the com- Station, St time'of beginning "01 petition'shall be November 1st 1911, arid: extend over a'period of oue year from that date." Entries will .be lim; ited1 to 100 'pent. '4.' Each entry to .'consist of.six pure bred females, either hens or pullets no males to be included. Five layers shall-constitute''a.'pen, the extra fe- male being held in reserve as a sub- stitute in case of death or incurable malady.''' 5.' -All fowls must be shipped ex- press prepaid. 6. Fowls will be received at any time from October 2 to October 25.' It is. advised.that shipment be made as early as possible.after October 1st in order that fowls may become ac- climated previous to the date of the opening. 7. .The right, is reserved to return. If they are unsuitable for the purpose of Ihe competition, and every specimen, sent must be full sized Healthy, vigorous. The right, of course s reserved to refuse any and all en- tries. S. An entrance fee .of ?25 is re- quired In each case, to accompany application and balance not later than October'1st. .In. the event of failure of entrants to make second payment, the first payment shall be forfeited. All eggs produced will be retain- ed her to keep the in addi- tion ordered I.inbach .to pay her J4 a week. j The "bunny wiggle" was'the'prin- cipal dance to which Linbach object- ed. A woman'-who danced the "wig- gle" has no right caring for an in- fant child, he .said.. The Judge ad- mitted, he had never had the pleasure of.tfancing the "wiggle." The "bunny, as. .illustrated by Linbach and an imaginary woman, is performed thus: The man places his hands on the 'h'ib's'o'f his partner, and the ivpman does the same. 'Thej' gaze'soulfully into-each other's'eyes, nd ap- Both throw back their heads ed for the purppsei of this competi- lion. 10. 'No appej'i from the decision of the committee in any matter pertain- ing to the competition will be'enter- tained.- When the fowls have bwm received at the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station and placed-in Ihe pens, they will be protected arm-. ____ ed guards, locks and watchdogs.- None! Johnson, a young farmer, of 22 yeara, of the parties to this competition will; who came to Columbus pear enraptured. Then, to the strains of low' harmony, played by a summer garden they glide slowly about the floor. Witnessed testified (hat ''Linbach was of a very jealous disposition, and the Judge decided he was at fault. SO TICKLISH SCOUTS' THANKS ditor Lethbridge Herald: Sir Lethbridge Boy Scouts sh, through the columns of your luable paper, to gne of eir appreciation and thankfulness very gieat kindneis and court- esy extended to them while gueits.at the bsautifu] hoire of Mr and Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare last evening. -We feel that should all the and mothers of the city take as deep an interest in this (we feel the great est of all movements, well worthy of so great a man as General Sir-Baden? Powell) that m a very short time every bo, qualified would be a first o'ass scout -n orthy of the city of Leth- the capital city of Southerjj Alberta. Signed on behalf of the Spy Scouts, M. K. KAAKB, 1 Scoutmaster, A RATEPAYER'S COMPLAINT; iugusf 2nd, 1911. Editor Lethbridge. Herald, f the .columns of ;ypur. aper i y.ould live to incite the at- :ention' of our City- Fathers, also the ratepasers ot the citj, to one of the anomalies tvhlch are flagrantly prac- tised! .anparentlj in defiance'of the public. The .City owns-two automobiles, pur- chased of course with ratepayers' mon- ey, and ostensibly-for the purpose of acilitatiug City Officials in the exe- 'cution of their lespectne duties Why should these cars be used as pleasure runabouts by subordinate employees to late hours in the evening, incurripj unnecessary expense in the consump- tion of ail. and the possibility of re- Columbus, Ohio, Aug. waslPairs thiough the negligence of the "too and therefore could joperatoro not ioin the army Why shouldn't these cars or any Such was the plight of Christian yebicle lvhichj5 tho rale-payers of this City, he .brand-, ed with the City's coat of arms, That He Afmost GOBI Into Hysterics When Being Measured, Farm- er Denied .Enlistment for ses, nor will they be responsible for death or destruction of any fowls. 11- Should ,any surplue over and above the economical operation of th today and to the recruiting station to be enlisted as o soldier. He looked good to the officers and all went we'll until it came time to measure him. competition appear, such surplus will I Bverv officer's hand be equally divided between the sever-1 'he young man ho almost went City of Lethbndge inscribed consplc? uously on them. This is done in the majority of largjs. cities where the form of dempcratli: municipal government is In" force. a] owners of hens. 13. All fowls entered must be of some recognized breed or variety. Mongrel .or-craii-bred fowls will not be accepted. 13. Any fowl suffering from an in- 'ectious nr contagious disease of any dnd, or which may not meet the re- quirements, as viewed hy the com- mittee, will be excluded and rejected from this conipet.Hion. 14. The committee reserves the right to clip or cut the feathers off one wing on fowl that, may be inclin- ed to (Iy put pf.the inclosures. 1.5. The competition to be decided by the total number of eggs laid each pen. by 16. No competitor shall be permit- ted ,to withdraw any of the fowls dur- ing the period of competition, unless permission Is grunted by full vote of Ihe committee. Chickens only will he eligible into hysterics, laughing, squirming and giggling nd inflntum. "What's the he was asked. so was the answer, and it proved EO true that It was impossible to measure him, and he was .sent hack to the ancestral farm, three miles north of Columbiis, with Instructions to calm his nerves ere he tries to break Into military ser- to this competition, and only aucb'are renreiented. DISCUSS CHINESE FINANCE London, Aug. International conference to discuss Chinese finance particularly questions aririn'g in re- ;ard to the recent Chinese loan and the project of placing the empire on a gold basis, began today. The Brll- American, German and French syndicates participating in the loan property for pleasure pin poses after business hou.rfl than a prhate Individual has to cotj. vert his property into a resort tor pleasure This Is a matter providing food for thought of our aggrtasive i aldermen. Thank- ing you for space. RATEPAYER. POLISfl "Good for the Wevther" J 20 Shines in a moment I mid lasts for 11, week, f BInck or tan, at nil gro- I mi! cers fliid shoe stores.