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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY HERALD Majestic Theatre W. S. XHIRMAN, Minngtr, Startling Attraction HENLEY lEGATTA The First Apples SOXG: "The Harbor of Sunshine 'HIM! Love. The dramatic hit of the season H, p. Pierce Co, offer the f American Play TWENTY-SIX LAW STUDENTS PASSED Five of Successful Young Are Tour Kidneys Working Properly? ft Will P., Yiu Well to There's been a lot of "gucFsing" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- ally, but you can .diiv_tlini little pain acioss your, back eanie from de- creased kidney action; t The kidneys duty is to filter the blood out the impurities collected by the returning blood it just like absorbent cotton in a funnel filters the impurities front polluted water. the kidneys are not working you ue bound for one of two betes and Bright's Disease or Rheuma- tism, Lumbago and Sciatica. The for jin yesterday's Herald as having pass- mer course is usually fatal, and the latter j intermetHate "law exnm always painful, but you need not have tit her, as '.hey both "can be easily pre [Ination, the following also passed In Men Came From the South In addition to .Messrs. Kkon, Me Up- land ant! Duncan, wyre reiio vented. The very best prescription for all kid- ney troubles is Nyal's Stone Root Com- pound. It is no "patent" medicine, but a .scientific prescription composed the same 'examination: R. F. Humes, Macleoil: Z. W. Jacobs, Cardston. The complete, list is as follows; the names being arranged in order of mer- it: Joseph T. Shaw, with Short, Ross and Selwcod, Calgary: K. C. .MacKen- zle'. with Short, Cross and Co., Ed- monton: Geo. K. Keeth, with Stewart. of Stoneroot, Rucliu, juniper anrl other rtmedics of proved value. More than that, it has been proved by thousands who have had glad relief from its use. There's nothing quite so miserable as the dragging results of sick kidneys- You are trifling with your own future f------......- when you neglect so simple a precaution, [Tweedie and Ckarnmn. Calgary; J. a pleasant home treatment with Nyal'a nnnrnn. with Conybeare, Church Stone Root Compound when Lethbridjre'. D. L. Itccl- bladder irtitation. "an.'wl'th -Lougheed. Bennett and Co vail rest and comfort at night, and mike. Calgary: H. McLelland, with Con; life _..... once more enjoyable. Thf kidneys, liver and bladder are all dependent upon one another, and iVyal'f Stone Root Compound is particularly desfned to hcip them all. Sold and guarantaed-by ALBERTA' DRUG i BOOK CO. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM i CO. JACKSON 4 COPS I W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE beare, Church .and McArlhur, Leth- bridge, and H. B. Crowle. with Short, Cross and Co.. Edmonton, equal: G. L. Fraser, with Short, Cross, and monton; C. .Montrose Wright; with C. B. Rellly, Calgary: O. E. Drysdalc., with Aitken and Wright, Calgary; F. S. Albright, with Walsh, McCarthy and: Carson, Calgary: B. L. Cooke. with Short, Cross and Co.. Edmonton: J. E. Brownloe, with Muir, Jephaon and Adams. Calgary: D. H. Elton, with Iv-es and Ball, Lethbridge: (i. G. Lat- ferty, with Short, Ross and Selwood; Calgary; R. F. Barnes, with Mc.Veil! land" Martin. Mncleod: 'A. H.' Gibson, with .1. B. Wallbridge, Edmonton; Z. W. Jacobs, with W. S. Johnston. Card- ston; W. C. Pollard, with Bennett and Co., Calgary: J. W. Craw- ford, with Stewart, Tweedie and Char- man, Calgary, and C. A. Wilson, with Keeping of Felines Endangers Pubiic i Henwoocl and Harrison, Edmonton, Health, Says "City Council jetiual; R. C. Day. with Boyle, Parlee Not content with having raised the and Co.. Edmonton; F. C. Mover with oost of dog licenses from [Ire marks jD. S. Moffatt, Calgary: H L. Hawe, to twenty marks a year, the Munich Robertson, Dickson and Macdon- citv council has now decided to Edmonton, a G. O Connor, with po.e a tax on ca.s: The supporters iOrlMbach and O'Connor. Edmonton; of the new impost contend that the P- vith Bmer5' NeWO" LUMBER, USED BY FUR- NITURE AND CAR MANU FACTURERS Raises Then on Great- Farm and Says They are Nutritious- -Food Statistics of the lumber purchased (Tionesta, Pa., Cor. Post) PHONC Ml MUNICH TO TAX CATS pos keeping of cats Involves danger to the public health, besides frequently con- Co., Edmonton. Three candidates failed and will be a nuisance LO the neighbors.! required to write a supplementary ex- When owners have to take out. a animation in September, yearly license it is thought that cats .The results ot the (irst intermed- will be better cared for and that they late examinations will be announced, will not be-allowed 10 increase is expected, within the next week, multiply indiscriminately, as at There has been a delay caused by the ent. It ii thought, too, that with B Ullness of the Society's.examiner, leaser number of cats the wanton! The secretary, Mr. Chas. F. Adams, slaughter of singing and other forward to each student a record birds might be diminished. ]nf lira marks. Whitla. Aug. have been liav- ng rains lately, and, al- it does not help the earlier crops much, it is bcnelitting to the gardens ami lute crops. Mr. .and Mrs. S. S. Richardson, and A. .S. Howe returned from their trip to H. C. They'report a flues country and prospects good for making rao'n- While there, they visited H. C. and family, ionncirly ot Lethbridge. ._.. Miss H. K. McKcnzic returned to Calgary, alter visiting her sister, Mrs. .fames Cougill, of this place. Miss Fay Schumann left for Mon- ana a short time ago, after spcnd- ng several weeks with her sister, Mrs.'A. F. Uoherty. On'-Iuly 38th Miss Ida McKonzie, vim has "been teaching school south of town, was united in marriage to I. C. Cougill, of this place. Hearty jongrat-ulatioris are extended from all. Miss A. Carson has not yet return-, d" from her trip to Saskatchewan, ,ut she is expected home some day his week. Mr. limning, genera] agent for the Massey Harris ol Alberta, made i calf'on the agents for the Massey larrjs of Whitla. Fuller and Regner. C. C. McMullen, lor Campbell, Wil- son'anil Home, called in Whitla last Tuesday evening. School started Aug. 1st, Miss Hoi- ins is hack teaching it again. Miss liyrdc Richardson .is expecting to take in the fair at Lcthqridge in August. Mr: and Mrs. McNeil, ot Seven Persons, visited on Thursday last the amily of R. S. Hawe's. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fort spent Saf- irday last in .Whitla, Mr, Fort tak- ing the'Pool hall and bar- hpr .shop- that day.: i The machine men are busy setting .1 hitulers. Thcv arc being hauled oiit hs fast as they arc set up. Hv- pryone expects a good crop, from 15 to .10 bushels per acre of wheat. The Ladies' Aid' will give an i'.'C- crran; social in the church on Aug. Slh. Kveryonc come and help n cause along. Miss Margaret Stackoiski was mar- ried to Her! K. Polinkas. a I l.eth- bridgc on the 27lh wislles for a long and prosperous Times are pretty dull at present. Hut wait till we get our biimuer crop. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuller returned lo How Island after spending p-vpral days with W. W. Fuller. Hnsehall match between Wllit'.a and Grassy Lake on Friday afternoon at Whitla, and dance in the evening at Campion's. Hall, l.i't everybody i'.lrn out and help the boys alone. by furniture and car manufacturers CanaSa in 1910 have been compil- ed by the Forestry Branch of the parlmeiii.' of the Interior: board feet of timber were used, lyorth 210, at au average val- iie of per thousand; of this 65 cent, was native wood, at per thousand, while the imported wood coat per thousand. On- tario was the principal consumer, us- ing over 50 per cent of the total amount. About one-third was used in Quebec, and the remaining 15 pel- cent. was consumed In Nova Scotia, Prince Edward naje.d a negligible quan- tity. The timber used in Ontario, both native -and imported, 'was. more expensive than in the other provinces, while N'ova ScotJ'a Is a particularly cheap lumber province. Yellow pine anjl oak are the most important species used liy -these in- dustries, forming one-third of the to- tal consumption. It rogretablts that ail of the yellow pine, and per cent, of the oak, has to -be im- ported from the United States. Great credit will be due to. any manufactur- A Ely farmer and a fly which produces' delicious foodstuffs, actual- ities here, have become such a--, suc- that ordinary cow, snail, frog and catamount farms arc likely to wane, and a new iarmliiK begin. Flanbert. Marcy, a prosperous farmer oC, Tldiaute Township, on a_ trip to .Mexico several years ago, dis- covered the commercial value of the fly as an Income-produciris-iinsect. 'He" was at home at his farm' today, when a correspondent called. Dinner was 'being' announced, and a place was made, at the table. Dur- ing the feast Mr. related how ho came to establish a model Ely farm. t "At Lake Mono, in California, I saw more flies in a. minute Uiair I had seen In all my he began. "There are more' than known species of files. Some are large, and' dart through the air with the speed of birds, whilo others are too small to 'be onseryed by the fmk- passed along, and it 'possessed the finest flavor of all. After dinner, [Mr.. Marcy topk the correspomlerit ovof -'the farm. Count- less billions of flies were humming in chorus in the which made, of finely -woven wire, DO feet lent? by 40 fept wide and 10 t'oet high. Inside of the Epliyda tly, some moving in swarms, others jring to, the .coqpci' while millions dead ones covered' the floor. In the centre of was a large tank filled with' water, on which the flips drop toy the thous- Arts. er who supplants these two species ayB; some reed decaying veg: vlth native wood. However, the next .raatter; others are en species in maple, I and feed on warm-blooded )lreh, spruce, pine, ash .Ilim.Us all of' them are beeeh.douglas fir and hemlock_are one of the: jve woods, and practically make iinjworsl of the germ Afri- :he remaining two-thirds of total tsetM whose Bting produces sumption. Thirteen other species are itha sickness. I firmly be' tsed in small quantities. -Statistics tnat it. medical men would dP of various industries thus ;rect their researches and expert are expected to bo a -benefit-to -pri- lo irthey would discover-that vate owner, timber seller and ,he death-carrying, tsetse fly bettor under- standing of volume pf business done. N'apanee ratepayers carried a bye- law lo poll the town's municipal light- ing plant to the Soymonr Power Co. DEAD Winnipeg, N. C. Clarke, for over thirty -years a resident of Winnipeg, died here today. He was for most prom- inent dentists of the west. Dr. Clarke was a native of P. ii. I. Nine Hiralllon hotels' will lose licenses at the end of this month. The steamer Glengarry of Kingston would bo used -to "advantage "in the cure of insomnia. "To return to my "Western trip. The which sank in the Wellington basin at alaknline lakes in the far West and Montreal, has been successfully Mexico are too dense with salt for ed. fish to propagate in, but a large (species of fly, the Ephyda. breeds i there in innumerable swarms, billions upon billions them dropping their larvae on the salt'water, whence it drifts to the shores to hatch. In certain seasons Indians 'will come 50 miles to these lakes and gather loads of tlie fly eggs, which they dry on their blankets and rub between their hands to remove the shell. When this is done the meat of the egg looks like unpolished rice, as yon-can, see. "Please, pass that dish Mr. Jlarcy said to his wife, "and let. the gentleman try some of the most de- icloils desert he ever tasted." Tiie dish contained toasted fly larvae, which easily can be mistaken for rico. ft was pleasant to the indeed. .Air. Marcy added thai analy- sis had proved ft nutritious, with a jhigh percentage of oil and albumen. said he, "Ic another form of the larvae, which we first j then shell and grind It into with which we mnke A sample of the larvae flour which, was called 'was served with cream, having the f p- ptaranee of cornstarch pudding, wao Comedy pf Western ranch life in fqur acts Complete Scenic Production. Large and capable cast, with G PATTON V. NOBLE B. FANNING AND OTHERS A attraction at special 2Sc, SOc, 75c and 1 V -SCR'lPTyRE 5 17; Fqr we4know' that if our bouse V of Stills tabernacle were dis- solved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal' in the heavens. For in this we groan, earnestly de- siring to be clothed upon with out' house which is from heaven: If so be that, being clothed wo shall hot be .-.For we-that arejn .this tabernacle' do'groan, being burdened: not for we would -be unclothed, but' mortality might bo swallowed up of life. Now. he that hath us for the selfsame God, who: also hath given, unto us the earnest ot the Spirit. Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home In the body, we are absent from the Lord: (For we walk -by faith, not by Ho. 753, Hr thh-frhd MI fmt-r.il ol When buying metal beds; make sure of seeing the very newest designs and the very best values by asking the salesman to show you the IDEAL Line. Most good jell them Our twde identifiei them. And you'll bed. combine with the which inwrci Welong tervice and Mttmchoa. us lor ol dealei you. l IDEAL BEDDING ;