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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Dally Herald. Thursday, August.4.1910. MRS. HOLLIDAY, Box No. 86 Wroxeter, Ont., writes miisi say that we have used DR. FOW- LER'S EXTRACT or WILD ST RA w B B RRY for over DIABRHOEA, DY8BNT1BY, OOLIO, CRAMPS, OHOLBRA MORBTJ8, CHOLERA IN- FANTUM, B1A8IOKNBS8, SUMMER COM- PLAINT, and all LOOSENESS or FLUXBS of BOWELS to warn the pub' Ho agfciiut being imposed on by unscru- pulous dealers who substitute the so- called "Strawberry for Dr. It jott want to on side, ask (or DR. FOWLKK'S KxTRACT WILD STRAWBERRY, and on getting what you for. The original roan >ifac- tion only by The T. MiLburn Co., Limited. Toronto, Out. 3T> HARKY GILULASU, Cardinal, Ont., writes Oar baby, wai very bad with Diarrhoea that it eeemed her bpwela were fairly raw. We tried seventeen years, and have found nothing I everything we thought would help to equal it for'all Summer Complaints, I her but failed. A neighbor advised Diarrhoea, Dysentery, etc. Our house la never without a bottle of the Extract and I can recommend it to be kept in every home, especially where there are DR. FOWUSR'S EXTRACT OK STRAWBERRY. We tried it and before the end of a week our laby was as well as ever. We always keep "Dr. Fowler's in our home.' LOVE-SICK YOUTH DROWNED HIMSELF He Was Told by Girl's Parents That Drowning Was Good For Traitors. STUPID MOTHER'S WIRELESS IS DRIVING TRAGIC MISTAKE. I OUT THE LAND Wheeled Her Twin Boys in Front of Killed. United States Govenment is Making Changes in Service to Alaska Tacoma, Aug. United Suites Chicago, Aug. Peter Ment- J government is substituting wireless for rell, of Hammond, IncL, failing to see the approach of an Erie passenger train, wheeled the baby carriage con- taining her twin sons, one year old, land telegraph lines in Alaska and to savs a fortune yearly there- by. Under an appropriation which be came available July IS the signal corps is raising the power of the wireless on the track in front of if vpsterdav station ai Fairbanks and Fort Egbert on toe tract in iront oi it jesterdaj. She w-as unable to snatch it back and. saw ttie carriage and babies 'hurl- ed 75 feet in the air. When she reached them, one of the ,from to Hlowats each This will enable ;the service lo dispense with- 2SO miles of trans-Alaskan land lines connecting Gulkana and Egbert- The present lines are carried over high mountain ranges twins, Guido, was playing gleefully in where heavy snowfalls do great dam- the sand, bur the other, Joseph, was and Prevent continuous sen-ice. At present it is possible, to communi- dead. The accidejat occurred ten miles east of Hammond. Physicians, wno attended Mrs. Montrell after the ac- Undsuy, Ont., Aug. plainly see that you are a .bum. Xo. 40 can never make 3224 happy. We are go- ing to leave your desire incurable. For traitors drowning is a sweet i death." It was as a result of receiving the above telegram that Philip Wolberg, discouraged and despondent, drowned Himself in die Scugog Sunday morn- ing. It appears that while living in New- foundland, Wolberg courted a pretty Xew York girl, Miss Sarah Burne- stein. and it was a case of infatuation with each other at first sight. The parents of Miss Burnestein ob- jected to his attentions and sought to separate the two lovers. Telegrams were intercepted as well as other correspondence, and at 'last WoFoerg threatened to drown his sor- rows. This he did after receiving the above telegram which was signed by Xos. 38 and 21. Wolberg decided to go to Xew York and find out who sent the telegram. changed his mind. PRINCE OF WALES WILL VISIT U.S. With His Brother Plans Tour to Include Whole of British Empire London, Aug. there is a iiie plans tbe .prince of Wales and his brother, Prince Al- bert, visit the United States dur ing their tour of the empire, which is now being arranged. King George while Prince oi Wales travelled more extensively than any of his predecessors and finds-the fair." tiiuate knowledge he thus gained of his "dominions beyond the seas" is SOME GOOD CROPS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Mr. P. Turner Bone Tells of an Over- land Journey of Inspection. (Calgary Albertan) For a dry season like >tms I consider 'the crops in Southern Alberta a suc- cess and there will be a groat deal more grain< harvested in the south country than most people imagine. The above was a statement made by Mr. P. Turner Bone, C. who return- ed yesterday from a 'trip th'rough the south as tar as Lethbridge, .to the Al- bercau, Calgary despatch. 'The best crops 1 said Mr. Bone, "were iu, the Piucher Creek dis- trict, but I did not visit the Cardston district, where I have heard the crops waterworks system has already bee the means of saving1 from tlestructlo more property value than Iba cost o the waterworks amounted to. SWEET VALLEY NEWS. A PIE THIEF ON THE GATINEAU. cate by wireless between Fairbank; and Egbert only by relaying all mess ages at Circle ..City. With the dncreas ed strength of the dynamos Fairbanks and Fort Egbert will interchange mess- cident, expressed the fear that she !ages direct- Fairbanks also-will bei touch by wireless with Nome and St. Michael on Bearing Sea and ail 'inter- mediate Alaskan points. not survive the shock. Got the blues? It -isn't the weather or your just your stomach. JOURNEY DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are made in accordance with a scientific formula we know to help the stomach do its duty. Vote for Duke of Connaught's Trip to South Africa. London, Aug. is proposed to vote the sum of in connection with the forthcoming visit of 'the Duke of Connaught to South Africa to open the new- parliament. A supplementary civil estimate was issued last night- Certain expenses in connection with the voyage will .be defrayed from na- val votes. It will be recalled that j was the sum proposed to be allotted to their Majesties if the trip had been made by them, Ottawa. August and near by Gatineau villages just now are speculating as to the identity of the famous- pie thief whose antics have given a zest of life in that neigh- borhood for the past few weeks. The thief takes nothing else, but lias made a specialty of pie stealing. In the past month dozens, if not (hundreds, of pies have disa-ppeared. been stolen from back They have door seps. where they were set to cool, from at midnight, from the strong box of campers, and, in fact, from ev- likely and unlikely spot imagin- able. ladies of Kingsmere are rather flattered by the evident preference for their pies. Traps baited with pie have proved unavailing; to catch the- of great value to now. It is his purpose to give his sons an even wider knowledge of the. great empire one of them in the course of time will be called upon to rule. The tour of the princes will last at least a year, perhaps longer. They will visit South Africa, India, Aus- tralia and Canada, spending some time each in these great empires with in the empire, While in Canada the present idea of the king is to arrange the itinerary of the princes so that they able to see some of the great Am- erican cities. Just which American points will be touched it is :of course impossible to say yet. While King George does not hold, the individual Mr. Bone drove acros country from Carrnaagay to Claresholm, and s-aid that after he .got a few miles out of Cannangay he passed field arter field of very fair crops. Many, farmers, He said, will have' a good crop; while others will have their seed and feed and some for market, while others will scarcely have any- to Sweet Valley, July Hoi den went to Cannangay Saturday see the doctor. He has a very abscess on his linger. Mrs. Bannister left for North Da kota Thursday, after a week's visi with her daughter, Mrs. Seabeck. Cfuy Paulson is helping L. Arm strong make hay this week. Jay Rickett and father went Granum Tuesday on business. Holdcn and Baughman took a con- tract on the ditch. Mr. Greenman, Carl Harry Chapman and Albert Grahan left for Bassauo last week. A concert will be given in Yetwood school house in a short time. The date will be given in next week's news. Emil Erickson returned from Min- nesota. Rev. David Simpson is holding ser- thing. He remarked especially on the" Vices at fche camps on canal ditch. Sold and guaranteed by 2283 ALL LETBSRIDGE DRUGGISTS .justice jaeredrai' dismissed with costs an application to quash tie Alliston local option by-law. The late Mr. 6. Hutton of St. Mary's left to the local. An.-: glican church, beside be-! quests to missions and to Rur- al Dean Tavlor. NAG I American in as high esteem, as did 'his father, he is fully alive to the importance of fostering the the two great branches of the Anglo- the two great branches of the Zngio- Saxon race. He is convinced that a visit to America by the little princes will do nr.uch to this friend- ship and it is for this reason he plans the American trip. On their return, the Prince of Wales will g0 to one of the universities and afterward enter the army. His broth er will prosecute his studies at the naval college, Dartmouth. Rumor says that the dukedom of York will be his before this time next vear.. spirit of hope and optimism seen every where, even" among -those farmers whose crops were practically destroy- ed by the continued dry, hot weather. They have the fullest confidence that a country that.can experience such an unusually long period "of dry weather as Southern Alberta has this season and produce the crops that are ro be found, all through the south, must be one of the best agricultural countries on earth." "Most observed Mr. Bone, their conclusions of the crops of Southern Alberta from what they see from the railway train. I don't f how it is, the fact exists that the worst crops in the south country are right along the C. and B. railway "Another thing I noticed is the very large area of .land that has been, sum mer fallowed this year and put an ex- cellent .condition either for winter wheat or ror spring seeding. The weather conditions are. not such yet Harry Chapman is working in an ice cream parlor at Brooks. ITEMS FROM TVy.P. 2, RGE. 15. Hugh Derry sold bunch oi cat- tle to Paul Madge. Mr. ..Madge ship three carloads 10 Ontario. John McKpight made a' trip to Cardston last week ou huv.'iiR.-.s. Miss Merle Leffing-.veil was 'a War- ner Tuesday. Many of the homesteaders in this district need work, .but the work on the railroads and irrigation ditches is so far away that not many will go. It would be a good time for the gov- ernment to make' better roads, and besides giving employment to the set- tlers will make a, way for us to get our bumper crops to market, that we are going to raise next year. Mr. Miesensol was visiting at Fred Leffingwell's Wednesday. Judges Adopt New Rules of Court Procedure in Washington State Uellingham, Wash., Aug. enteen superior court judges of the state of Washington, assembled here, for the first regular meeting in today revised the rules of court proceedure so that it will be more difficult to obtain snap divorce judgments. The new rules provide that divorce cases must be filed at least ao days (before trial and that iu default cases the papers shall be served on the county attorney at least 20 days before trial. The nev." rules 'become effective 'November 1. SENT TO JAIL FOR STARTING Bemidji, Minn.. Aug. W. Pearson, a resident vof Clearwater brought to the Beltrami county jail in this city today and lodged therein to serve "a sentence of three" days for violation of the state law relative to'the setting of forest fires. Pearson, so he claims, had a contract to clear up and burn some old slashings -and brush on a. .11 Clearwater county and he started a fire for the purpose of disposing of the refuse. The fire got a start be- fore Pearson realized what was do- ng and spread to the adjoining pro- perty, destroying considerable tim- It is reported that the Ontario Gov has granted a charter for a railway into the Porcupine district o Mr. Robert Shillington, M.P.P., and some associates. In the of July 27, is TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A Grand Truik engineer discovered the spikes pulled out of the ties in. a stretch of track about one "hundred feet long, east of Brockville. Richard Scott Cowan, of Palmers- ton, was committed for trial charged with abilucting his own child from its mother's custody. Thomas Collins, a Toronto youth, was committed for, aiding Cowan. as to warrant sowing a very large area j the statement that crops from seven of fall wheat but should there come a! west to sixtv miles east of Milk River were destroyed by the hailstorm a few weeks ago. The facts good soaking rain within the next two or three weeks to moisten the ground there will be a larger area than ever seeded this fall." Mr. Bone was engineer in cnarge of the construction of the waterworks syscern of the town of Claresbolm. re- cently completed, amd. renorted that it are .these: We had a hailstorm which in some places within the area men- tioned did considerable damage to the crops, but in others where the hail -was not so large the benefit de- rived from, the moisture supplied -will working very satisfactorily. There I more than offset the damage. have been two fires in the town since c'ce wa'ter was turned into the mains, and in each ease 'the fire brigade was aole. through-having a good water pres j Sunday school and church services at George Barrows, Sunday, August 7. sure, to extinguish the fires much damage was uorie. before i Edmonton City Council voted i for the suScrers at Campbellton, N. The citizens-are satisfied tha: their B. .New Dress Shoes evsry evening1 without expose. Yes 7 How -Why, by using PACKARD'S Patent Leather Cream It keeps all patent and enamelled leathers soft, pliable brilliant. Use it on new shoes and keep them prevents cracking. Doubles dress X.lmVlltKr In white opal jars, t5cand25c. Tkerr's a. Packard Drest- btf to suit ayry Itqthtr. it in L. 1. FAOUKD t CO, LIMITED, MONTREAL. Come With The Crowd OVING! FADING NO Open Every Evening MELTZER IS GOING OUT OF BUSINESS MELTZER Holds up his hands and lets you take his pro- fit. L We are too busy to worry you But we must tell you that the big stock of Furniture, Carpets, Beds, Springs, Stoves, Heaters, Rugs, Toilet sets' and many articles of use in the kitchen are fast fading away to the public, at invoice prices. We have to sell the stock in 12 days. You know what that means to you. J FANCY i CHAIRS for.................. 13.50 for...... o% INVOICE PRICES BRING RESULTS IRON BEDS for....... for........... .vo .75 BEDROOM SUITES for...............: COUCHES THE MELTZER FURNITURE COMPANY The Pacific Sales Co. in Charge COME AND SEE WHERE THE BARGAINS GROW ;