Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Daily Herald. Wednesday. August Pige3. Fill the Water Pan Good Cheer D be sure the furnace heated air contains the natural amount of humidity and refresh- not the parching beat given off by the average furnace. You'll enjoy solid comfort and at the same time save coal, by installing a WILL HAVE ENOUGH GRAIN FOR SEED I KELCTON VIEW OF "GOOD CHECH" FURNACE SHOWING BIG "CIRCUC WATCH FAN" Circle Water Pan Furnace The evaporation from this big waterpan, which entirely surrounds the firepot and holds from 4 to 6 gallons, Js sufficient to keep, the warm air supplied to each and every room almost as humid as the outdoor air. That means genuine comfort without heating the house above and in consequence a substantial saving in coal. v E7Cn Aan the economy is the Improvement in the health of your whole family. Breathing the humid, healthy air from the "Good Cheer furnace, they will escape the colds, sore throats and lung troubles which are bound to follow the continued breathing of the dried out, over heated atmosphere produced by the average furnace with Its make-shift little water pan. Before you decide on your furnace write for descriptive literature which explains more fully the advantages of fee "Good Cheer" furnace and its patented Circle Water Pan. 4 THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., LIMITED, WOODSTOCK. Out. WINNIPEG, Man. Sold and recommended by Hick-SeW Hardware Co., Lethbrldfle, Alta. I The destruction ol the house fly is a public duty. Almost every American State Board of Health is carrying 'on a crusade against him. His filthy origin and habits, and the fact that his body is generally., laden with disease-producing germs, makes him one of the greatest enemies of the human race. If the housekeepers of Canada will, use WIISOII'S FIT PADS persistently, this peril would be tremendously reducdcT Agreeable Surprise 1'or Bantry Township Fanners Bantry Township, Aug. is a very agreeable surprise to quite a few of the farmers to know that they will t'hresh enough wheat for seed another year. It is remarkable to see well-filled the wheat is, an'd it certainly is a No. 1 "grade the beards being large and plump dem- onstrate the fact that we have a Subsoil that cannot be surpassed in any country. The farmers are all in good spirits and are determined to got in a larger crop next year. We (will venture to say that there is wheat in this township that will go j ten bushels to the acre without any rain, which is suggestive of the fact that it instills confidence in the till- er of the soil, and proves beyond a doubt that we have a wonderful coun try. If art would do as much for the country as nature has, it would be a beauty. is the opportune time to im- prove all we can. Get out and fill up those badger holes and buffalo trails WORLD'S DEBT TO CANADA A Wonderful Achievement Discovery of "Fruit-a-tfvot' meant health for all has Canada's fame does not rest solely on her furs and wheat fields. Her rise in the esteem of the world is not due to her Cobalt mines. It is the work of her great men that has made her great A graduate of McGill University has lasting renown for his original researches in the realms of Physics. Everyone knows that fruit is some, when eaten judiciously. Physicians generally recognize the fact that fruit juices have a beneficial effect on the various organs of the body. It remained for a Canadian phyii- _____........_. aan to discover a process whereby the .the best of them-trv again, medicinal action of fruit could be so increased as to make the intensified juices a wonderful cure. Fruit-a-tives is thii combination A FAIR CROP AT BOW ISLAND Boy McGregor Will Get 15 Bushels to Council Meeting Island, Aug. has a MO-acre field that will average about fifteen bushels to the Acre, which shows that with proper cultivation the How Island district will if Gabriel does blow his horn and says, "the rain has gone around." In the juniors' return game at Grassy Lake Saturday our boys were .beaten. But that happens even to E. Partridge and sister have op- ened a fruit and ice cream parlor jn different from any fi other, In that Cowan's always give perfect results. Housekeepers say that Cowan's Icings are uniformly satis- factory. Eight delicious flavors 80 your grocer's, THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. of fruit juices and tonics. Since its introduction to the public, Fruit-a- tives has met with a success accorded to no other medicine in the world. The reason is plain. Fruit-a-tives'' is the one remedy that is actually made of fruit, and is the only remedy that naturally cures Constipation, Bilious- ness, Indigestion. Headaches, Rheu- matism, Neuralgia, Backache, Kidney and Skin Troubles. At all dealers at SOG. a box, 6 for ortrial size, 250., or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. BEEK SERVED IN COFFEE TOT Police Caught Chinaman in along your farms, so that a person can have a little comfort in -driving through the country. Put a nice tight cover over your well so that 9-10, left last week for Gainsboro, around them, they will 'not slip in a.nd drown. Of course, it won't hurt the water, but we dislike to see these poor, innocent little creatures loose their lives in this way. We stopped at a place last week to get a drink Of water and the man informed us a 'calf had just fall- tlus morning fined ana costs', lor en into his well and the water was a j selling liquor without. a license. The little roily. W-e are very ox-I police have been endeavoring to soup, but we would prefer to j catch proprietors of Chinese restaur- Selling Liquor Restaurant Won Him, the proprietor of suey and hot tomale joint a Chop on Ford street, west 01 No. 1" fire hall, was one of Hoaglin's buildings opposite the C.P.R. depot. Mrs. Ab. Smith gave a party and .dance at her home near town Wednes- day night in honor of her brother, I Mr, John Maion'e arid niece, Miss Ruby, who were visiting her from Edmonton. The contract, for a school house at; 10-10 has been let to J. Partch, and supplies for it and also for one at 9-9, and for the "prairie" school four milas (rom Whitla, have, been ordered from the E. M. Moyer Co., Winnipeg. Mrs. J. Brent, of Berlin, Ont., is the guest of her brother and family G. R. Howden. Mesdames Lloyd and Fuller attend- ed the second meeting. the Guild at" Mrs. C. R. Hand's home at Sunny- vale Wednesday. They report a: large TORPEDO EXPLODED On Russian Worst Accident In Many Years St. Petersburg, Aug. were killed and fourteen injured, several fa- tally, when a torpedo exploded on a boat at Kronstadt. Sailors risked their lives to save their comrades. It is the worst accident since the war with' Japan, when the submarine Dol- sunk. UTHERN ALBERTA VERY MUCH ALIVE Rev. G. 'W. Kerby Speaks of His Visit to Lethbridge and of the Spirit of the .People. tail have the tail prepared properly for the soup. There is about one place in ten a person driving through the country where a man can get a good, clean drink of water. The Sauce that makes the whole world hungry. NATIONAL LABOR UNIOJV Including: Several Organ- izations May Be Formed Denver, Col.. Aug. of the forming of a new labor union of national scope. comprising the Western Federation of Miners, the United Mine Workers .of America and the United Steel'.Workers of theooun- attendance. delicious luncheon and jolly time. August, and- George Flarmine, of 9-10, left last week for Aainsb'oro, Sask. Robt, Waddell is on the sick list. Typhoid was feared, but as yet has failed to materialize. The youngest son of J. Rushmore, ELEVATORS WILL DO BUSINESS Rumors That They Would jVot Open Up Are Not Correct Winnipeg, Aug. some time there have been rumors to thf effect en bottles of the refreshing liquor on ants selling liquor for some weeks past. Last night, Const- Sargeant, who was in plain clothes, went into Won Him's place, where a man nam- j of Sunnyvale, has a severe case of ed Erans was partaking of a meal, cholera1 Morbis. Dr. Mills is in There was no beer in sight. On the table was a coffee pot and cup and saucer complete, even to the spoon in the saucer. In the however, in- 'stead of steaming hot coffee the con- stable found ice-cold lager. Evans admitted he had purchased the beer on the premises. Sergt. Silliker and Detective Egan, who 'were waiting around the corner, came in and a tendance. "E. B. Loucks has purchased the in- search of the place revealed three doz- of friends. terest of C. R. Hands in the Massey- Harris agency. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Prouse, jr., re- turned from Lethb ridge Thursday, where they had the sad duty of bury- ing their only child, Thomas Russell, .aged 16 months. They have the heartfelt sympathy of ,a large number try is made today. President Charles H. Moyer of the Western .Federation The formation of such a of Miners, union was presented as an aiterna- .tive to the affiliation with the .Amer- ican Federation. of Labor in case that organization declined to delegate to Alberta Not In It Winnipeg, split even in the cricket tournament today, losing to Saskatchewan bat triumph- ins over Alberta. Saskatchewan won easily from Win-, nipeg completely, their bowling. They scored ..210 in the .first innings to lidine team. Win- nipeg followed on-and'did'better get- ting 67 for two wickets'when the game was called and awarded on the. first innings. The feature was the number of ures: Vidal, 51; Heathco'tt, 22; Gur- ney; 27; Scott 28; 19; and Price, 16, of the visitors. The match, between Alberta Manitoba was won by the latter with seven iwickets to spare; The bowling: completely mastered the -batting in the earlier stages, the Albertans tie- ing retired for 56 Manitobans made but SO. Albertans all .but doubled their the Western Federation the authority j score an the next, 105 being the (tally, demanded that all men employed tne; Manitobans also best about mines be placed under the jur- isdiction of the Western Federation. of the bowling making the necessary 82 for the loss of only three, wickets. AMERICAN SCHOONER KAISER'S CUP Aug. American schooner Westward started with the yachts Germania. Cicely and Sucanna in the ra.ce for Che Kaiser's cup this morning over a course The Westward won. of 47 miles. CROW'S NEST PASS COAL CO. PAYS A DIVIDEND Toronto. Aug. a meeting of the directors of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., a dividend of one per cent, was declared .payable .to the share- holders on the record, of August 5. This is merely a distribution and not a regular dividend, for any particular period. It is the, first paid in two years. Bertpic Restorer fop Men A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL restores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; restores vim and vi- tality. Premature decay and all sex- ual weaknesses averted at once. PHOSPHONOL will make you a new man. Price a box. or two for S5.00. Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont. (Calgary Albertan) At the commencement of his ser- mon Sunday night in Central Method- ist ichurch, Rev. G. iW. Kerby referred to his visit to the anniversary ser- vices of the .Second Methodist church in Lethbridge on the previous Sun- day. "Let-bbridge and the whole of South- ern Alberta are very far from .being dead yet." he said. "Although there are many fields of yery poor grain, there are many fields from which a good harvest will be reaped. "The congregation of the Westmin- ster church where I preached, is only a small one, 'but in spite of the par- tial failure of the crops they are, full of hope and optimism. I started out to raise ?300 for the church and got over "There are "no grumblers there, or if there are, I did not see them. "I visited Lethbridge five years ago and was delighted to see the substan- tial -progress it and the other towns through which I passed had made in that concluded Mr. Kerby. that several large elevator companies would not open their elevators in Southern Manitoba and Saskatchewan inquiries indicate that all the elevat- ors will be opened 'except in a few cases along the Estevan branch, but in many .places they will be open but a short time unless business warrants.' ice in the basement. Won Him plead ed guilty in court this morning was and" costs, or and one month and confiscation of the beer, the magistrate warning him that he was liable to a penalty of six months' hard labor. The .was paid. or fine FERNIE TO HAVE FINE YOUNG MEN PATHETIC DROWNING ON LAKE IN NEW JERSEY New York, Aug. persons were drowned and over a hundred imperilled lives were rescued as a re- sult of bathing and 'boating accidents in and around Xew York on 'Sun- day. The drowning of a young man and his two sisters toy -the upsetting of a canoe in Reho Lake in New Jer- sey was most pathetic. The father and mother, powerless to act. wit- nessed it from the piazza of their summer home. Ferine, Aug. second meet- ing for the purpose of organizing a young men's social and athletic club, was held in the school room of the Methodist -church last night Thie list of membership was raised to nearly 100 and it is expected that the new organization will start off with a roll of 200 names. An experienced director is to employed to take charge of' the new gymnasium and reading room, so that before winter sets in again there will be a large DEMONSTRATION WILL TAKE PLACF Vatican Supporters Spain Are Deter- mined Madrid am on Aug. agitation the Roman Catholic population Village Council Meets The first meeting of the Bow Island village council, Avas held at E. C. Ludtke's office Friday, July 22. It was decided to adopt and strictly en- force the clause in the ordinance re- lating to fires, and the prevention thereof i; also the clause relating to licensing pool-rooms, and to enforce the closing of same at 11 p.m.; also to license- dray teams and tax dogs. Several other matters were also dis- cussed, and the meeting adjourned un- til August 4th. j Mrs. J. W. Hurd and baby Sadie jj-j'left Thursday for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Hurst, at Devil's Lake, N. D. i Little Grant Whitney accompanied his uncle, Harry Grant, to Ontario for a six months' visit, with his -NO CRICKET THIS MORNING NEW YORK STOCKS to wet. grounds no matches Tvere played in the -New York, Aug. York Cen- i cricket tournament this morning. Thev tral led a declining market by a drop i exPeot to resume play this afternoon. of 3-4 point There were many other; f fractional declines. American shares j writs were issued in London were unsettled and irreg- kthe District Court clerk's office' this ular. 1 morning. to meet for recreation and during the Jong winter evenings with- out having to frequent the -bar rooms and other places where the surround- ings are not the 'best that should be provided. in North Spain, who are in great part siding in with the Vatican in the con- flict with the Spanish government, is steadily assuming larger .propor- ,tions- The organizers of the propos- andjomfortable place for young men ed manifestation declare that the de- monstration will take place in spite of the refusal of the authorities to grant permission. They expect 100.- JOOO church supporters to _ take part in'-the which will be held August 7. Alfonso and Briand Paris, Aug. Alfonso, who -with .his Queen, is the guest of the French republic, had a long conversa- tion with Premier Briand. It is prob- able that the religious situation form- ed a su-bject of discussion. CORNWALL'S .PRESS PARTY AT LANDING .Mirror Landing, Aug. K. Corn- wall's press .party arrived here at noon today after a very pleasant trip. The journey so far has .been most in- teresting and good speed was made. They are leaving at once for Lesser Slave A great deal of rain has fallen throughout the whole dis- trict, making the trails heavy, but greatly benefiting the ci-ops. The party is greatly impressed with the whole country so far. The seem better the farther north they et. They reached the lake Simdav. PINCHOT FOR GOVERNOR New York. Aug. Pinch- ot. former chief forester under The- odore Roosevelt, took his place today "pon the list of possible candidates jfor the republican nomination for gov- crops ernor of New York and Theodore I-ioosevelt was to support his candidacv. SALES Necessary and Unnecessary To our Many Friends and Customers: We advise you to call and compare our prices and quality with similar goods offered elsewhere. We are in this business to stay, and are not retiring Standard Furniture Co. 324 Crabb Street Phone 483 grandparents. Roy White returned Sunday from a month's trip to G-leicben. Ed. Wilmot has purchased the fruit and ice cream business and stock of the Davidson Company in the Lind- quist hall. Mr. and Mrs. McCalpin leave Aug. 1st for their homestead at 10-10-10. Mr. McVey, who spent the winter at the Brandon asylum, was attack- ed by a relapse and has been return- ed. Mr. Douglas, of Lethbridge, and ;John Donovan motored to Taber last week. Misses Nora and Pearl Amblia were the guests of Mrs.A. Ellsworth the first of the week. Mr. McGregor, of South Bow Isl- and, Ivft- Monday with his teams to look for work. Ernest Vasslin, another hustler, left Friday with two teams to chase .the elusive dollar. The new Methodist manse, a large two-story cottage, is nearing com-j pletion, and will be quite an addition j Company Wiil Carry Case to a Higher to the Needham-Baker addition. Court There is a great deal of sickness in j An article appeared in a. recent issue this pan of the country owing to theiot" the Scar wKing the result of the What's The Use Of Trying O When You Can't? The Slater Shoe is sold only by Slater Shoe dealers, in Slater Shoe Stores displaying the Sigo of die Slate. You can't buy the Slater Shoe anywhere eke what's the use of inviting dealers to cheat you If go anywhere else, you may be offered a substitute, made possibly by someone named Slater, but it cannot be the real Slater Shoe. Of course, the substitute may be said to be "made by Slater" or "just as good" as the Slater Shoe. But which shoe do you suppose made the name Slater genuine or the imitation When you want a Slater Shoet come to the stores that sell the Slater with the Sign of the Slate, and with the standard price fixed by the makers. Don't invite substitution. This is the only store in this city displaying the Slater selling the Slater Shoe. Goodyear 137 SLATER SHOE INJUNCTION Will meet any prices quoted at any cash-getting or selling-out sale for furniture Our stock is replete with all the latest goods known in the trade Get Your Sale Prices And then come to see us before closing your deal Ford Street Opp. Fire Hail sudden change in the temperature. Jas. Reed is in Lethbridge under the doctor's can.-. Frank Beattu1 returned from his trip to Saskatchewan Saturday. The Board of Trade had a nice1, ing at the Palace restaurant Mondav. j Slice Company, Limited, was that the of "Frank Slater Strider The Siater Shoe Company have in- structed their attorneys to apply for leave to appeal from 'the judgment rendered on this preliminary point. and which 'they assert does not .refer to the ac'Uon on its merits and upon which rhe Court a.lone will decide as litigation pending between the Slatfr to the uso of the name, and the amount of damages the Slater Shoe Company, Limited, may haw suffered, and this Shoe" was heiiii; used by -the respond-1 action has been inscribed for hearing and the Eagle Shoe'and will be heard at the first possible Company, with view to getting an unfair trade advantage by reason of the reputation and standing of The Slater Shoe Company, Limired's shoes. After the business part was conclud-l The Judgment rendered by Mr. Jus- a delicious luncheon was served. POLICE COURT Jas. G. Simpson -was arrested liisr night for being drunk and disorderly as the result of a fracas following the Caledonian-Sons of England football match. He wag later out on bait, but did not make his appearance when court was -called this morning. G. Peterson was fined and costs for being drunk and disoraerly. Stratford ratepayers carried i laws to K'liaranu-e the bonds of Duf- Limited, to acquire the 'electric light plant, and to grant privileges 10 the electric railwav. tice Davidson, h is claimed, in no way disposes of this litigation, except upon one preliminary point, viz.: That he refused, .in view cf the large amount of goods manufactured and in process of manufacture, to restrain ahe Eagle Shoe Company from selling their goods, bin. he expressed no opinion on the merits of the case, as to whether the Slater Shoe Company would or would not -succeed in 'the .suit twenty-five thousand dollars in for the action for damages, of which this, pre- liminary application was only an in- cident. moment that it can be reached by the Courts. Tn the meantime, the Slater Shoe Company. limited, who are successors to the old Slater Company (who had been in business for so many and whose goods are protected by the sign of "the slate on every pair of boots, are determined 10 protect their Customers and'the public against thinking that they are getting these Slater shoes, simply because another company attempts to take advantage of their reputation by employing a son (who never made a pair of boots in his and thereby deprive The Slater Shoe Company, Limited; of the advantage they nlaim by reason of the superior goods so long manufactured by them. W. E. BUCHAN "The Men's Man" Round St.