Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR SO XT till: LETIIIJKIDGi: DAILY Saturday, August About Your Will And have this Company Appointed as Your Execu-tor and Trustee t The Trusts-and Guarantee Company Limited, Public Administrator Oiiicial Assignee tor .luillvlnl Districts at LETHBRIDGH, MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 EIGHTH AVENUE WEST, CALGARY BRITISHcCANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY AUffHORIKKD TO ACT AS ADMINISTRATOR, TRUSTEE, ASSIGNEE, GUARDIAN OF INFANTS, ETC., ETC. Investment of Funds ill-Mortgages for clients; and Collection of Interest and Agreement payments given special attention. ALL MANNER OF AGENCY BUSINESS TRANSACTED FIRE, ACCitJENT, GUARANTEE, ETC., INSURANCE Call or Write Conybeare Block Lethbrldgt.Mlta We are at your service J. S. Haxton Manager BEST CIRCUS OF SEASON IN THE CITY Sells-FIoto, With All Iti High Class Features Here Today Tito Sells-Klolo circus is in the city .oitay and judging by tin; in tores t vinmt in the arrival of HIP bis lion.1 will be bumper crowds at Hie icrfoi'maiKTS this a'flrnioou ami ev- niiiS. Tin1 train was very lute rcach- ns the fiiy, and il was well onto one o'dcck befoio the parade got under way. lit the meantime hun- dreds of people took up vantage posi- tions u wait the big procession. Theie was a big crowd over ut- the viaduct bridge to see t-lie animals un-. loaded. On hearing of the arrival of j the train people hurried over it autos, buggies and the less iortuual un fooi. The sysU'in which prevail in 11 big organization was evidence! in the rapid way and lack of con fusion in which the train was un loaded. The great hig elephant, were ihere and little ones, too and it caused no end of interest to "FnH-i-liws" Cures Cmslipitlon PHONE! Martin's Baggage., transfer Suspended Wants (Continued Iioin' .'withdrawn, for a Mounted Police- man's pension continues lonly so long he continues in good standing in ,H.he. vocation in which he'engages ai- leaving tilt; force. The whole talk on is of the investigation. wants to' know about the developments. Just what is to follow (is not known. The Mayor lias -said 1 here will he a i complete and there will be. When it will he is another I question. It is that noth- ing further will hei done until the regular'jiicci ing of the council on Tuesday-when the council will finallv decide whether there shall be a judi c.'al- or merely an in- vestigation by the council. H would appear ihatUhe former will be the choice. The men impAicated do it.' The puSlic wish whole affair fought out where no frictions may in- fluence the p.toree flings i Charges and >comiter charges arc stiM the orJeri of i.he day, hut no notice may be Haken of them until such time as the is de- cided upon and the charges put writing. HOMESTEADERS BUSY CUTTING NOT BE LONG UNTIL THRESHED GRAIN IS REACHING THE ELEVATORS Milk River. Aug. is com- j navc north oi the track ing on very quickly in the homestead j viaduct Of the the crowd to watch the massive inals drink. Nature wave them but a Kiighty slow process of drmk- ing. The ladies ;md kiddies were with the peanuts and candy and tlie elephants were not a bit avjrse to eating it. There were camels and.x.ehras and it seemed like an nmunrorahle num- ber of ponies. .Sells-Kioto certainly have nil thev advertise. The tents country east of Warner and Milk Riv W. .McDonald, of the Milk River Mercantile Co.. Ltd.. of Milk River, ami either th old Gait crossing is the easiest way of reaching it. The immense tents were pitched in amazingly rapid time made a trip through Lucky Strike and ;amt everything was in readiness Altorado, down to Township 4 in Range and reports that cutting be- week ago last Thursday. Near-j class features, as any one who all the fall grain is in shook -today, I u hern last. vear ean testttv. nd Mr. McDonald believes that he end of next' week threshed grain will be delivered at the elevator Milk River. The International Harvester Co if Canada report the safe or over 1 nders in the homestead distric lone. The Massey Harris Co. wi! place as many more, and Frost i Wood, Deere each >ihei quota. in I time for the afternoon per tor m- j 'nice. This circus carries only high saw It Donakkcn Line Direct Service Between points and Canada .every Sat- urday. Large new steamers, modern and up! to dale, operated on the .One CJass Cabin plsm. Cabin- staterooms all amid- ships. 131.25 !to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Gal way and Bel- fast. to Hamburg, Antwerp and' Rotterdam. to. Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For' full information call on any steamship agent or write, H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 455 Main St., Winnipeg LIB, The Royal Line MONTREAL TO BRISTOL, QUEBEC ENGLAND Shortut'Route to London on Ten Floating SL Lawrence Sailings Edward June 12 R.if.S.f Jioyal George June 36 ot Passage 1st claw and upwards 2nd ciass, and ujnvards 3rd Brintol or London -Aak nny railway or steamship ent for illustrated Booklets etc., or write. A. H. DA VIS, WINNIPEG Or S.B.MITCHELL, Agent: C.P.R.. LethbrWse. BOY SCOUTS' BIG SCHEME Boy Scouts cf the county of Kent started this morning to carry out a big scheme oi mobilization and communication pre> pared by.Commander James Galloway, a retired officer of the British Navy. and other officers. The operations are to last three days, and owing' to the general public holidays on Mon- day, a large number ot boys 'were able, to participate. The boys were sent off to watch the southeastern of England ections, ex-tending from New Rohi- ney round the Foreland to the Isle of Sheppy, and their -duty is to pass in: formation between the coast and Lon- don, between towns in the county ot Kent, and to form lines of communi- cation with adjacent counties. Sta- tions hare been established at half- mile intervals, with three scouts past- ed at each. In time of war, with an attack by warships on the coast, and the result- cutting of. communications, it is believed that this human chain wculd ie invulnerable, .and if it Is success- 'ul-on this occasion, it is to be made an annual affair. RESS 'ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Port. the final business session of the Associa- held here this forenoon, the fol- owing officers were elected for the waning year: Hon. President, J. W. )afoe, Winnipeg; Past President, W. Kerr, President, A. Dunlop Vtjeptiwa, Man.. First Vice President, j F. B. Allen. Port Arthur; Second Vice President. S. N. Wynn, Sec- retary, H. Winnipeg; Treasurer, John Stovel, Winnipeg- Executive Committee. Smith, Fort William, A. C. Hunt, Hegina, and H. B. Ballantyne, Lunisden. has-improved since there and im- the big font the stunts put on are. of :a thrilling character. There is lots ot music and fill the frills, excitement and glare m the u to-date circus. The Sells-FIoto is tl biggest on the road. E. A. GOO BALL EDMONTON, AI.TA., Nov. zoth. 191 r I have been a sufferer since baby- hood from that terrible complaint, Constipation. I have been treated piiysicans, and have taken every medicine I heard of, but without the slightest benefit. I finally concluded that there was no remedy in the world i that could cure Constipation. About this time, I heard "Fnul- a-tivca" and to try them. The effect was marvellous. The first box gave me great relief, and after I had used a few boxes, I found that T was entirely well. "Fmit-a-t'vefi" is the only medicine that ever dirt me auv good and I want to say to all who suffer as I this fruit medicine and you will as I perfect cure" (Miss) E. A. GOODALL "Pruit-a-lives" is the only medicine in the world made of fruit and the only one that will positively aud completely cure you of Constipation. 5oc. a IWHC, 6 for size, At all dealers or scut on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. CITY AND DISTRICT Open New Store Kenny -met Allin. Insists mid sta tlonci'K, will formally open Mie-lr ntw store in the Oliver Hlock, on iMondnv An orchestra has b-.eu engaged. Musicians Meeting Postponed Tllo Musicians Union, wlilch vvns to held Its roxuliir monthly meet- Ing toinnrrow, hue postponed the moo ins until Suiuliiy, August U. Theatre Manager Back Lett S. Bixuvn, manager of tin! .Majestic Theatre here, urriv- ud In the city this afternoon to take charge of the Starland Theatre for the Sta-rland Co. Since leaving the city some months ayo. Mr. ilrowu has been connected with the staff o[ Star- land, Ltd., at Winnipeg. Opens on Monday Smith's new 5, 10, 15, and cent store will be open for business ui Monday ressuro main along Third street! South, completing the circuit for the high pressure line. The company w'il commence n-sxt week laying its distii buting in other parts of the city. These mains will tap the high pressure mains at the nearest point on the line from which thev are taken off. "There are always two aides to a but hear this sermon i Three Sides to a Big Question MOKIUS THUATRE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING REV. A. C. WATSON, of First Baptist Church, wll ORCHESTRA AT SHARP proaeh We request the pleasure of your company' at the opening of our new 314 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Monday afternoon and evening, August 5th, THE DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS Music by-our Musig .....Afternoon to Jepartment 7 to 9 -JJ ion was worth five cents, and he wanted just five cents' worth of ice cream. Of course, many others in- :erpreted the idea aright, and h-air ice at half price. If ?ny me would like to know whether toys and girls of the city read Herald, ask "Rachon's." LET SICK ANSWER Washington, Aug. is beer, and if so, why? are two questions Representative Anderson of Minne- ota wants Secretary Wilson to ans- ver. Anderson asked the House lommittee on Agriculture today for he answer and later introduced an mended resolution calling upon the of Agriculture for them, ir. Anderson's only curiosity is now when beer is not beer. _His con-j tituents rai'je barley which ihey -be eve is the only grain which shouk o to make up beer and that other oncoctioos are a snare. Advertising Paid Too Well A Yew days ago Rochon Bros, gave the boys and girls of the city an op- portunity to buy ice cream for "this coupon and five cents" through the advertising columns of the Herald. The result amused the proprietors of this popular ice cream parlor. The response showed that boys and' girls rout! advertising. In this instance to such an extent that the idea was dis- continued. It got the boys and girls going for a few days. Some wanted the ice cream for the coupon alone. Some wanted five cents for the con- Sort to be able -to gq to "the and gave their solemn promise that they.would buy the ic-3 cream One young millionaire in ihfe making pushed the whole paper with the ad outside at the cashier, and explosive- ly said: "I -want, a ron-a." The con- YOUNG MAN DROWNED -Toronto, Aug. communication nnouncing the death by drowning of larry Rogers, a sou ol Alfred Rogers, nd a nephew of the Rev. Thomas ogers, of the Emmanuel Pros- yterlan church, Bast Toronto, has c-en The young man, who was twenty ears old, was a student, and was en- aged in engineering work on the Na- onal trans-continental railway, now nder construction.. OECIPROCITY IS NOT REPEALED Washington, D.C., Aug. By a vot.fi of n to 2S, the Sen- ate today agreed to recede from its Canndinn reciprocity repeal amendment on Ihe Steel bill. This leaves the bill ap- proved by both houses, 'That 'will go to the President at once. The Progressives vot- ing with the Democrats to ro- r-3de were: Senators Clapp; Crawford, Lafollette, I'oindrtxter and Works. Save Work for (he Housewife 'Don't stop the cood work when the outside pain the labors of the house- of your house the floors and wife.' A rough, splintery tloor in an a place for cerms and dirt to impossible to keep clean. Floor Paint Is castlr applied by ths housewife herself. It mm the wood, fills tip the mcta, making a hard, smooth surface ttial is kept clean and-unitary with very little wcrfc. Such a floor is H laatinc brktitens tlie whole house. The cos: Ii eturnsd in the longer life G.F.STEPHENS PAiNT AND VARNISH MAKERS Moose Up to Tricks Again Those Moose sure arc nn "up and miiifc bunch." Only last night did hey initiate another big- class into he order. The'K. of P. hall was fill- ed to the fill I and another notch'curv- ed in tlie event, of the -Moose. Thus the bitnrter coes on constant in- crease. The standard, o! ethics taught by the .Moose is second to none, being1 such that nil good Morse may pattern their lives after it -from i day to day. Tn-e feeling of fellowship, man to man, is extended throughout I the order. Again, not only does this fellowship and this brotherhood ex- ist just in lodge rocm on. meeting nights, but is alive always, and the teachings of mutual Jvclp are at work night arid day, every and all 'the lime. The Loyal Order of Mrose is not an order founded -on any rinss lines. It is not for the .lailiorer. It is not for the is for the Alan. Ir is insn the order has. Any man can be proud to car IT rlic ban- ner of such an order of. right teach- ings. Bro. Slater, of Ohio, spoke, at. ength on the beauties of fvaternal Brotherhood of man. The booster Aloosti is no mild term in this day, for the order is surely a live, frater-j nnl combine o-r'sincere men. It hinds] men into one aim mutual help, bcost and push for a common end. Many other talks were herrd, amid music, cigars and SOUK all de- parted, feeling a deep sense ot loyalty, both to rhe lod'g-3 and .his fellow man. The order is putting on a big cam- paign" in the fiity, you can be assured' bisger things to follow. Watch the .Moose grow is a world- wide, slogan. The following men were initiated Thursday Albert Groudell, Pihe, Jerry Dcnecn, Harry D. Win. Jl. Brennan, William vMasson, William Jietter, Louis Uorls.. .Alfred Mitchell. John Crawford, M.D., Joseph Doyle, Frank White, Andy [tedenstrome, Joseph Samlin, Conrad Lundee, Geo. R. Blake, Oliver -Dunn, Alex. Masson, John Thomas, John Hul'ner, Kdwln Worden, Sidney Jiatsford and Geo. Masscn. The Best for Summer Troubles ''Operates like ippiunY. and mor- the'uain; of Diar- rhoea-' and they not' cause." -4 NYALS WltD STRAWBERRY COMPOUND contains no pitiates, but by Us antiseptic qu'n.iuies removes: the poisonous deposits 'from the j .bowels. Its healing: and sooth ing action restores the bowels to a normal condition. know what Nyals Wild Compound will do. and that is why we so cheerfully recommend it to you. The Bed Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 THIRD AVE. SOLE AGENT FOB LETHBRIDOE strict coDa4cr.ce. t Will Exhibit at the Fair Mr. J. C. Prewery. of Cov.'lcy, who was much the largest exhibitor of live stock at tho exhibition at Maclecd, stated tbat he intended to take two car loads of Pcrcheroiv horses, pud one oar of Holstein cattle to the Lethbridge exhibition. Mr. Brewery keeps nothing but the fanciest in live stock, and hia exhibit will ninke a valuable addition to the showing in live stock. WHEAT CUTTING AT PORTAGE Portage la Prairie, Aug. .1. Heattis, of this city, will commence harvesting his wheat Monday at his Ingleside farm youth of the river. Thin date is exceptionally early, be- ing fully a 'fortnight in advance of ihe usual The growth around PortR.Re has been exceptionally for- ward this season, partlcnjr-rly south of the riveri where the wheat Is com- ing in days earlier than on Ihe north side. With continued fine weath- er, whcnt cutting will he general on the Portage about the 12th of this month, with moat of the barley cut by that date. L. A. Bradley, who re- ildes a few miles norih of the city, las completed cutting his barley :rop already and reports a i irly good yield John Delisie tell in a fit at Windsor and was robbed of much meney, and valuable papers. Several insurance companies, have cancelled" their policies bh buUdlnajs at summer resort el A Lazy Liver Upsets the WMe Dr. Horse's Iriiai Iff I PiUs Put Thiigs Rif ht A bitter -taite u the cd tongue rfiz- ztncw OB ruing Ho well alternately IOMC ind constipated these mear. that the liver k out of order. Juste id nf ftow- ingintotheboweli, to regulate them tnd aid the bile been going all through the lystem, ftt h tt lilt tlomueh digestion, leaving the bowels constipated, and making the sufferer perfectly This n hiliousntu.- The iafc and certttn core h Dr. Morie't Indian PiOf. They clear out the clogged-iip ttir up [Jie lazy liver, cleanse the atohiich ind bowels purify the blood. bile return! to normal course, the food n again digested properly and all the dis- agreeable symptoms vanish. Doctors prescribe Dr. Mtrsr'i Root Pills and they are known out the world as a proven cure for til digestive troubles. They art effective in strengthening weak tnd curing rheumatism, Made by W. R Brockville, 'Om., amJ'nU ly til u ijc box.