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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Angunt THE LETHBRIDOE. DAILY HERAID Startling Attraction HENLEY REGATTA SONG: "The Harbor of Smmhiiie and Love. DEMOCRATIC LEADER IS DEAD BDwerd i M thepard Wai Loadlnj Lawyer Reformer N 1 Aug Ed M dbepefd who I lias heen II died at >iz Morse Shepard wai one of here tor MTenl weeks o'el Tort'l leading lie wu koni In Yoik luh II JO, studied at the College of the, OltF of Hi.. BhtpaM been conetanth In Democrillc and reform pol ItlM. leader In the Demo cratic Uttnrm ParU in Brooklyn In liM and H- was J promoier of In the tariff Ux Other though nad oftlfmes waned nt pilut Tunning Hall he tht-'tanocrritie-'camllrtttlti lor .VIHV of NflW York in 1901, but wafc dele-il hp nas stiongh con i- candidate fot Governor iof aqd lalei Ins friends hU election United State.-, jffeDfttor to M De Jaipur wti unacceptable to Tarn TANNERY EXPLOSION CAUSES SERIOUS INJURY TO FOREMAN Brandon, Aug..' Tour- I'oreman Grouche's tannery here, Is at his home suffering from the effects of a bad.-enploslori which ocnoyvn, could haie caused the explo ion 'I he injuipd man was o'his'home and it wl'lUbe some lime lefore'he from his injur ttr counsel for mmu corporations a directoi In jean amL-aiifhoi M mere UP wilcles on legal, bocial 4 political subjects I WILL IE THE LARGEST CARTRIPOE FACTORY IN CANADA Wlpatpef is announced ojtj todaj that the Ely Cart j Co, p( England has secured it af. Transcona ujioii i-rhich It win erect the largest cart rtdo In Canadj M is BUt ed that rorlt will be commenced upon the Inundation for the fiist building r. PLAN TO iUY BOLL WEEVILS Jackson, Miss Allg moie ment has been launched among the men or Jackson to'create a market for boll the cotton Funds are being raised to paj for each gallon, of boll !he pin pose to encourage ne groes 'o go into the fieldsrand pick the in'Sects. 'SALLOFF Since Man Took Hand Mra. Mil and .Breiel' lew lo Each, War Are r'-'Leaihed Again iVewport; Aug. 'batl for society leadership has ended ter two weeks of .warm .campalijili ranks of the adherents of Mr Ogden Alllls n ll. Ur Tht> cause'pfj the of tl hostilities' Is orofouiirt "secret' I nlalit, but. thu Was. circulate lonlght throughout ony lhat the''two commandere of ti rival bowed to each-othe In Hellevue avenue, opubsltu jAlarb House totlay, Mrs. Mills wit her mother, .Mrs. AL Livingstone, an .Mrs. Drexel occupying an aiitomohile One itory that the battle, fo leadership was .called ,'off by the m Mr. Spencer and a. score of fa HE en and farm hands. T After a long fight, the ntant piofessoi in mathematics mjl eens Kingston strangled .the rattler to death Then 'his eftorta, he Uctor..exhausted was killed. by THE STANDARD i NPSOFJISTRia .V.'i HOLLINO Roliiig July Aid otiNvituHtny M. nmny members, 7 A good were oni.ind appointed, including quilting, social aml.buylnf for Aid. Mr. and D.--.W. Burns ami fam attended services Suiidiy, mil yliiltcd at MIB. 'Find- .1. Glllwrj's. Joe Hroks and his! from' at. illr..' ind M, Brookii. A.'-k'8nger 'havlhR big hreiihlng outfit put. lu.tfciod repair for i, aii'l mother, of Tnlier- her daughter, Airs. Lewis lez. has iakeii a soiilrtcf; iiuttihir up liny south Kjjpn. were on Monday Had ;.I. to, on Wednesday returning ThurBday. MlM L.I Thnaiies' tind hrothurit and Mr. nnd 'Mm. If. 'Jordan ami Mini, Jordan Attended, inc. church liknle Nest on Thursday, Ing nomu on Friday aecompanlci :Mart. ought to do. well at it. Tljf "Sunday held al rjtouth of LltUc How on Stl rday well attended Uprvone the child) en, ati en K O from lieie and Ira'J Reason of Lone Stii Milted tiMre I A'-Seagers riiuiid-iv OUwce aiid Rty Pollock Or at Mi Hem pels Ihuisdai Mr flai row jf haUnj, i fun base moat pijt under Jhls lestdente in La iVra Udin has the COIUMCL MiBsilrma. Mcwhinnej ol is Kiting her gnl here foi the Ijip week e a number fiotn heie attend 1 excellent given it) by Miss Kitllor of Kipp, who will spend liiftw days with them. Airs. J. B. Bvan's IK clsltlng at her home at Red Minn. The Deiseth HlrlB who-have hoei Visiting al to their homo in "Lethbridge on Thurs day. Mrsi Osaklo, Alinn., called on IGngen's Saturday. J. Craig, who has had charge of Sundial detachment of the R. N. >f Ta'-'lw- M. Police, left for his home at wHere'7he.' wll take charge of his father's business. SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Sundial, Aug.' little, haa been said publicly of. tills year's, pros- pectfi the Sundial District, wo do crops anywhere in South- ern Alberta can exceed, if indeed they Cfin.riup.licate oiirs. .The continued reg- ular rainfall with the absence of hail iias' develpijeri'grain fields that would be hard to surpass, fear was felt a few weeks that the grain would jo a: mixed grade by uneven ripening, nit thVfavorable weather conditions lave eliminated nil; danger and the entire acreage will doubtless Majestic Theatre W. R. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 141. The dramatic hit of the season H. E, Pierce Co. offer the great American Play if doling of the 8rade 1 LVI.J_. i Of spihig wheaf are fen Mr Mrj 'Finders and spent i iyi Iq the guests of ijd B qoolr Anyone floune 11 UL fev houra jn Gti at from 20 to 30r bushels per acre, while the faff wheat will greatly ex- ceed this and stands from three to four feet Several fields ought to'aiiend Oat8'are yield as much u >vy Bdlrns front DUljnpI8 Per acie J Ind the insnecio his lud to Sllti" must haAe usrd some'offer but "ttle encouragement in this much bodih etk IB setting some of those hiee I someone figure out when otu Ljje 'moit extensive farmers can utar.c'and !harvest -another crop if they market this B cropf roiislderlnn thp distance from market, we'caunot hope do find road in coiuHtinn for haul- ing jm'iti more than seven months in the'year, and to dnaw from five lo seven .thousand bushels of grain ;i distance of thirty-five miles in ihat time would require a far greater mini- oft his land to toad When, in 1807, a beaver hunter dis- covered the "Great Medicine" of the Indians and, trailed down the beaten track to the source of their healing waters, he little foresaw that in the course of a hundred years, Caledonia Springs were to becorne known throughout the continent of North America and that under the name pf 35 TOWNSHIP 517 NEWS fallowing persoiiK from this took In u on the "4th of Julv. rj aid iciioi aud famth s. Oison d tamm A L Giines I S Thorn l'ht oMeams than used' ft I n, Louis Pederson and famllv jjar full aertiop of land GHocs and R Blake ever" he able to nmke otir i One of the tiee In i realise ourser-i IOUB and compel some I cwnpany ior consider us. or must we! be handicapped [01 this needed iacil itj foi a fett n orp Pet lions setting forth oui needs gone in I and hope he consideied in a' favorable light The lumber compinies ue reipinfi a gocrih shaie ot the farmpis pros in itora In nclnitj a fen and as seierai of r jear bea tjfj farms bj 'planting tieet Uaf >nday R "L mike the con ctor commenced on the pol house in the Onen district fownihip uuh a cri-. nt 11 c of the hulldinE be (duellings ind up to elite ira- apd Mr Slate expects to Ime It coniplsted by the middle of tbi- A Comedy-Drama of Western ranch life in four acts Complete Scenic Production. Large and capable cast, with FRANK G. PATTON HORACE V. NOBLE FRANK B. FANNING AND OTHERS A attraction at special lummei prices 25c, SOc, 75c and TWO VESSELS GROUNDED. OFF MASSACHUSETT Vug I he iUont nffVI Water, "bottled only at the Spring; may bought bparkhng" in splits, pints quarts or ".Still" in quarts tnd at caffs hotels bars.'nrug stores, on railroad dininy and cafiS cars, or at groceries by the bottle or the case. THE WATER OP QVAUTV would invade all parts of the continent and become the standard Canadian water. Not only is WMI the- purest of pure spring waters, but it pos- sesses marked medicinal prop- erties as well. As it flows through its long subterranean course no man knows whence nor how gathers from Nature's store, natural salts other minerals which make it an unexcelled specific for disorders of the stomach and rheumatism, gout, etc. AMI exudation and helps carry off disease-creating body wastes Vet, CMC! is not. in any a medicine Not onlj dpes it do vou good, but OA4I is good to drink For the table, its crjstal purity and wonderful fresh taste makes just thf simplest and most delicious beverage you can imagine. THE. CALEDONIA SPRINGS CO. UNITED 33 CALEDONIA SPRINGS CANADA C. C. PAGNUELLO WINE SPIRIT CO. LttltOOl I Glines and children re of the 'MlBel he is h-lpmg place !.sl Thursdaj irom a three "hue produclion miles ike about twenty of Cartlston Bd Mn lames Hale of TI visitors at the home 01 .lohn L some ago V Molden was down fiom Taber !fni. wwtk to look after Ins farm inter eetf i A P TrocksUd has been acnis I latqrs and rommfssion men curtail his liberal purchasing and depmes of just bo manj millions of his When these UimKb are prbpefh inideietnod u ti I li I) n ing in colIiBion i btcamei the thiee masled scl-oonei l3u in with a of stone rtlifted a.shoie nenr Cedai Tiee neclc on shore of Mnithas Vineyard Aoik Vug wireless jnes sane lecei eri heie from the steJiner Mi leason whj (he Lloseet feelings of Mi sichuaetta of the Boston unity'should not ;ejflsi, between the llnc that while on her here Guslne'ss men in the from Boston early, to'day the towns'anti cities (lown alld sank, the schooner Sn 1 irkerms of Stqnington bating vntfen the iten ano. t Dean-Qte Bros fm Ncw TllP G S Main and Bail Bolm jmei-sage ml lint the sank FCStieet haa been confined ilr fm" nimutes and il P captain of Mr and Mn deo Buhl ir" went lo Lethbridge on returning on Sunday Mrs. .1. C. Gourlle of Bow JIf, spent and Wedne-idnj JK Sandprs and when Baughman's 'hb.uae. Mr. RanieU did HIG plaster work whicli uisuies i finf job is home from Grnnum where he has been foi th" month. are taking1 part in the the Sunday School pic- returning ]nlcl prarm icligious discussion with August. If n ncighboi who IB under'anest chargRtl with piBRon jjcrslsted in fofciifg" his talk upon Le- roux, and finally blows were exchang- ed. Risson fell heavily to' the sldt. ilk injuiing Ills head Catholics The pi in MRS launched at. a. cqnfer leguding the I'nK with ,i populatiojr of nnd faLiorios tsorth ?IJOCKIOOu, now diiectl} adjoins tKe dtj, on ihc The piopofew to At Windsor i by Ian to OOD joi in yiutomobjle ap flefe Ued A bylaw to bop OH pO foi n u iter 1 mrl -1 bv refusing longer pro- vide then] with t to vote i on spring, and cities close to Milwaukee nhigh. tleslied aie West, ft tukee and Cudajn buck with them the outfit which fat M" Hnughnu r tionrlie from Mi Cail Mr Barnistei has bis breaking on) fit honiq, iilowlng .for himself nnd Mn. Miss AHlrogh and Miss Mr. genlock. on Kngen's Sundaj-. j Vs luivin.B: P.' siege of l.y Sundial iwople nllenilerl thp J pbold feV'cr. Dr.' Woodcock WHS Called nee a I Rodger's, of Iron SiTiiiKK. Ail ported a No. I time. T. and Mlsn Pearl Ingram at.- the diner ni Kogerd K Hudson -and son Svrcn Miht'lilge on Sniulwy, S. A' Bdfkl (Hi in list He Is gettinjr along could be at cr Ml in (Ue SdhiuU} il i a1- preaoirt. MrB Huokerit alufpr In lnw chil (dren to Letbbrlflgc WRdncs- company Hal toj a dnjn leiiiitid IDHde (o I ctti ariffitli load ".o and Be Stop barring suffering tne pangs of I vorrymg abouf what you dm and flare not Eat hearty meals vhoksnrrm and you II Sour occasional Indigestion chronic, dyspep-la al! yield quickly to digested food- restore >our stranfth, your stomacn regains us tone, 3iid requires no (urlher aid. 50c a box If your druggist has lU stuCKed them SOc and vc will mail 97 DRVO ANO CHCWCU CO OF CANADA UMITC9 ;