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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. Aug. 7, 191 i. THE LETHBRlriOE DAItY HERALD Waterton Lakes Resort is now open under management of Jensen Bros., successors lo W. 0. Leo. Now Hotel, Hood Fishing and Boating, Scenery. Automobile daily from Cardslon. For information address Jensen Brothers WateHon Mil Is Alberta. A Simple Treatment that Will Millie Mini-Grow Now Sold hi Canada Every up-to-date woman should have radiant lialr. There arc tlioiisnmlB of women harsh, faded, ahuraotorlosa hair, who, do not try to it. In England p.nd Paris women lake pride In having beautiful hair. Every Canadian womtin can iinve lustrous and luxuriant hair by using SALVIA, the Great American Sage Hair Tonic. Every rend or of Tho Hern Id can have an attractive hnnd uf hair in i1. weeks by using SALVfA. The Alberta Drug Co. sells ii large bottle for 50 cents, and it RAYMOND IS SOLID FOR PACT (Continued from Front Pagt.) The government depends 'on tin support of Ine farmers in this fighi they arc getting it in Hay-mom j district. Thu reciprocity agrcemen j was arranged because oi pressure brought to boar by thr organized iam ers, find it is conci-dod by the over- whelming mass of public opinion that (tie betterment of the fanners' condi- tion is closely alliod -with the suc- cess of the government- in iliis con- test, and that the interests opposed to banish Dandruff, stop falling halrjUi the grain producers, namely tin and itching seals in uui days, manufacturers and money trusts havi money back. SALVIA is a beautiful, noii-sticky' Hair Tonic. McNEILISTO SUCCEED HERRON from Front Pags.) Alphon-sa. Verville was unanimous- ly re-nominated by the labor men of to contest llnissoneuve. G. R. Brunot was ohoEe dldate for Stanstead. allied themselves with- Mr. Dorden and his followers. LOCAL BUDGET Ami Olson, J. J. Thorn ton, Grass; Lake. Thos. Roy Cas- cadden, l.ethbridftc, have been ap- pointed commissioncis for taking af- fidavits. Competition for the "Y" all around championship meilal will he held: on Hie 14th, Kith and 18th, weather ;'p'or- HAPPENINGS AT RAYMOND I Itxyuioiul, Gco. II. Budd, manasor of tho Security Investment Co. Limited, arrived hero by thin morning's special from Salt Lake City, Utah. .Mr. lludd wan seen soon after Ms arrival by thu Itoymam! cor- respondent of the Herald. Interview- ed as to conditions In the xoiilh an eotnnirnd.wllh those in our own pro- vince, he reported that harvesting operations wcra well under -way In the vicinity of Salt Lake (Jily, nearly till the grain being spring sowing and grown on land. "Nothing between liero and Salt Lake looks as areen and fresh as Raymond dis1 Irlcl. Grain down there doesn't look like It does here. They have had no rainfall since I loft there and that is Arr. by Bruce. Cas prize 116. f> Soprano to sing "Answer by A. G.'Robyn, prize 15. 7 Alto solo to sing "Song of :by Louise Tunleon, prize 8 Tenor lo sing "Queen of th Pensultl, prize ?5. II BBSS or 'baritone solo to sin "Angus .McDonald" by Jos. Itoccke 1'rlzo 10 Best comic song, lady or get tleman, 31 Best original patriotic poem i as labor can-! milling. Every member should enter I these events and four of them will he Frank Oreenway, of Crystal City. I pulled off each day. Entry, should was nominated by the Liberate of i made to the physical director as soo he Lisgar constituency, Manitoba, to op- j ns possible, and a fee will not "l charged. Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1 pose W. H. Sharpe. Labor Men In Toronto Toronto, Aug. Independent labor party has culled a meeting of labor men Friday next to consider the advisability of nominating a la- 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, IS, 23 an the south Sections 20 in Township 1 Range )H west o the Fourth Meridian, have been crec bor candidate for the forthcoming [cd into a, School District'under th election. No definite program has I The Sexton Jreek Schoo arranged but it is probable that mMcl No fhc Pmvincc a east-three prominent labor-men Scnior Trustee George H will be put in the field .against the Rohp-rr, b Conservative candidates. Much de- ".f" pends -the financial support the various unions will accord the of on the cxamina dldates. (lions this summer'show that E Marie of Quo'cnslown, Jas M. Campbell, ol Macieod, William E HOLIDAY IN ENGLAND London, Is bank hol- iday and all London and Liverpool exchanges are closed. Cod Liver OH With the Oil Taken Out A Triumph for Science uul Mill Oil from the liver of the cod-fisti hu been used as a preventative of dicemw mnd a restorative for ages. For a long time it has been the general Simpson, oi Lcthbridge, and Ralpl S. Thompson, of Spring Coulee, pass ed the Junior Matriculation examin- ation and that Dnncaa -J. Campbell of Macleod. passed with conditions George W. Fred Johns ton, of Leth- passcd in Applied Science ol Senior The (icaih occurred in this city lab Saturday evening of Mrs. Plioche As- key, wife of Jolui Askcy, aged fifty years. Deceased had only been here short time, having come here from England, her former "home. The fim- opirikm that the medicinal value of Cod eral will lake place tomorrow after -ou at three .o'clock fron, Undcrtak- table, fishy taste of the oil cr 'S- I'ettcrly's-establishment> and From tlie first experts have been trj Ing to'find means to make'it mote pals table. They used to "cut'.' it "will From_ the first experts have been try- ed to "cut'.' it w it in it with lemon to get away from that abominable fishy taste and smell. Lots of people still take it in Emul- form, which is nothing mom than "churned" still frcasy, oily and a strain on the digestion. Doctors used to think it was the oil itself tliat built up the were slow to find out that the oil was a distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- ciples contained in it. Crude oil is quite indigestible, and will, in time, put the strongest stomach out of order. he conducted by Rev. R. H..Bcll. Interment will be made in the Public Ceinelery. Secretary McNicol, of the Agricul- tural Society Icff this morning.' for Rcgina, where he will'attendee pro- vincial fair this week. As a great many of the Kcgina exhibits ivjil he shown also in Edmonton Mr. McNico expects lei induce a large numbe then; lo exhibit here hlso. Talk about cherries People have been longing to-get hack cast to climb into Ihe cherry trees of the hrce weeks ago. Salt Luke City has nit restrictions on the use of water, ''ifly sciuare yards of lawn is allow- ed water for only 15 minutes. This .tprm yon had here caught us letween Croat Falls and Helena." This la a part of tho statement made iv Mr. liudd to the Herald scribe, lie 'eports all the south country snlTcr- ng from lack of moislnre. He tok 't one dry farm in Box Elder county nit it. can't touch anything In Alberta or Dry .Farming. Mr. Budd look with him 500 copii the publicity number of the Hny- noml Lea-dor and distributed them or the Hoard of Trade, lie told of lie difficulty of getting at mailing :sts and securing a knowledge of nilable persons to whom to send the aper. The Board of Trade is much ideblcd to Mr. Budd for the excel- service he rendered the town nd district In this work. Advertis- ageucies in the southern republic re very careful of their mailing lists. seemed determined that if they n prevent it Canada will receive a ttlo advertising as possible over the Mr. Budd also had along wheat, oats, barley, timothy, peas eans and alfalfa. He didn't take an; mustard. They grow as good crops of it down there as "we do. But the grain .Mr. Budd exhibited to the rea! estate men and dry farmers of Utah State, on the admission of the men themselves, surpassed anything that, can be produced in the United State This is the kind of advertising Can- ada needs. Show them the goods. Demonstrations prove. Raymond ought to make a good showing at the Dry'Farming Congress at Colorado Springs this year. Let us get busy and plan to send delegates and ex- hibits, and let them see where we are and what we can do. Henry Holmes was in town today and In conversation with the. Herald man told I.im of crop conditions in ills neighborhood, three miles west of Haymond. Mr. Holmes is one of Ihe -best and most careful farmers in the south and to him is credited the Honor of several experiments in grain fo.OO. 12 Piano, duel, selected, age iimi 14 years. Prize 1.3 Cornot solo, "The Eveniu Tannhauser; Arr. P. Cham burs; prize H Best Instrumental solo, any In Btrument with ace., ago limit lt prize The Herakl'of a few days ago pub lisbed examination lists for studon In the 7th grade, but for reasons nn Known t'o Raymond public, the Itay mond candidates were Included 1: the Magrath .list. The Raymond cor respondent wishes to separate them and give them prominence in this column and att the same time to ex- tend to them the Herald's congrat- ulations. The successful ones .were: Pearl Lee, June Xilsson and Jessie Modd, all glr.ls, and reminding the writer of a made some time ago educational expert who said that fully two-thirds more young women graduate from our high schools and collegiate institutes than young men. Four students of the Knight Academy tried this year and three were This is a splenijid showing considering the fact that the .work was -begun 12 weeks and thun under difficult condi- lion's. With a full staff this session and-a slimmer to plan the session's work; President Bramwell is hopeful of an even ibetter showing a year hence. Redd, of Cedar City, Utah, is n visitor in town, and in conversation with a prominent real estate man, said, that .he Jiad been looking over the grain fields of Raymond district and.could truthfully say that be nev- er saw such grain'in a dry fanning country in his.life. ".You have a great 'said he, "one where you can get rich hy honest toil and persever- ance. Don't move away from South- ern Alberta for you have one of the best countries on the face of the earth, and a splendid place to built a homo and rear a family.1' The league .team and a team repre senting the Sunday school of the Jhurch of Christ of Latter Day Saints growing that have been a benefit to the science of agriculture. This year Mr. Holmes has a plot of alfalfa ilanted in rows. This is oil land that cannot be irrigated and which is lia- )lc to blow. The planter's idea is bat being sown in rows the seed will not drift with the soil. From !0 acres of alfalfa this year Mr lolmes has cut 200 tons of fodder .nd .has now a splendid second crop .Imost ready for the sickle. Not- vithsfflmllng the drought last, year his farmer cut- 3o bushels of wheat o the acre, and if his measurements f weights had been properly certi- ed lie would have-won Campbell's rst prize in ihe dry farming crop ompetitions. This year be has 17 ores in the contest and if it can 'be nt he thinks will yjeld '50 -bushels' t the acre. Mr. Holmes has 70 acres' fnll wheat just as good. He has ken all the first prizes available n- wheat during the last four years nd has also been a winner of prizes You Needn't Despair Hera's an Offer that Should Interest Sufferi'of Skin Irritation First of all we explain that the. remedy; that we are about to tell you :of carries our promise of money back for the mere asking to nnyone not thoroughly pleased with its use. That should unquestionably establish the slnce're faith we have in It Parasites or germs cause' eczema, and eczema is probably the most pre- valentcause of ail skin ailments. To overcome, them, the .remedy must of necessity destroy or remove the para- site -or'gerrn before relief can be ob- antiseptic, wrestlod for honors on the campun Ihe rear of the Mercantile Co.'s stoi last night. The league men wei short a few players and wore dofeu ed by the score of 3 lo 2. Preildc. llrarawell on, second for thu Sunda school showed that ho had pluyc ball before. Fottls In the box pile] ed good ball and we should like jiii to mention his namo to Lcllibrldg for next year. Tho rain of the pftat'fon' days ha held up spring grain I still growing and no hurt can com lo fall grain by standing for a weo or ten days longer. But there wi ho a rush of work when It comes Spring wheat and barley will ready as soon as fall wheat Is and grain sown for green fodder wll soon bo ready to cut. D. HalcovskI, cattle buyer, is In th district looking up beef. The visito is well known throughout all till southern country, having made fre Hient visits in quest of cattle. Asked ibout the beef trade In tiio south dr. Bolcovski said the country was ast becoming depleted. He conic ;et only half the number of cattle ir his district this year that ho did ast. ..Mr. Baicovskl goes from Ray noond to .Magrath and Cardston; hen to the old Cochran ranch no 'Wiled by the" .Mormon church. E. S. Poulson, of Pleasant Grove, itah, has arrived in town to take up is duties as teacher of manual ng In the Knight Academy. Mr. Joulson is a graduate .of the Brig- am Young University of Provo, -Jtah, and as well as teaching in the epartmeut over which he is placed III assist in.mathematics. The Hef- Id correspondent, for the people of aymond, welcomes Mr. Poulsou aiid ishes him all success in his work r widening the sphere of higher edu- in this province. Manual train- ig and domestic science are new eiwrtmon'ts.at the academy and the ork in them- will be watched with tercst during the coming term. B. Moirkovitch and U Shatsky, orse buyers from Winnipeg, are in wn this week looking up horses for the Qalician settlements in .Manitoba. Mr. Shatsky In conversation with th Herald reporter stated that Westen horse-s were more in demand in hi province than those from the casl Ho also said that it is bard lo sel good horses to Galicinna. They wan a cheap class, and so he culls out hi best for sale in the city of Winnipeg and I be remainder goes to Galieia- settlements. Mr. Shntsky bought carload jn Raymond two weeks ago and will -this trip lake two carloadf with him. Owing to slight illness in the fai ily of Geo. H. Build, Mrs. Dudd ai tile children were unable to accom pany him home today._ They will b. along as soon as the children arc able to travel. Mr. Bndd was accom panied by his sister, Mrs. H. B. Da- vis, who will probably visit in Ray- mond for a month, it is Mr. BmM's intention lo erect a substantial brick SPECIAL TO-NIGHT SPECIAL The Investiture of the Prince of Wales SYNOPSIS Appearance In public of their Majesties and Dignitaries. Actual and close views of the ceremonies, p.utting on the robes, etc., performed in the open air. Close views of their ..Majesties and Prince of AVales, cheered by thousands of p'eople, In front of the old Carnarvon Castle. IN SHORT, ONE OF THE GREATEST TOPICAL PICTURES EVER MADK. IN AUDITION TO THI! USUAL PROGRAM OP PHOTOPLAYS NO ADVANCE IN ADMISSION. MATINEE DAILY, AT LAST WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY INDIANAPOLIS AUTO RACES 40 CARS RACING LIKE MAD A Race Between Man and Deith. EARLY DOORS. MATINEE DAILY. See It Once. You will, want to lee it again. tained.'4. Possessing remarkable house on First street north, .between 1st and 2nd west, next spring. Roy Demmon is in town today, coming over from Barnweil for ma- chinery to harvest the crop on Jlnr shall Holt's homestead in that sec tion. There are 125 acres of wheat germiciral, cleansing, soothing and healing power, the curative value of Rexall Eezoma Ointment is very pro- no.uncod. In the treatment of eczema and allied skill diseases, whether of the' dry, scaly sort, the weeping type, where, there is a flow of ill-smelling eicretion, or the intermediary kind, such as pimples, blotches, discolora- oni, ringworm, acne. If is very us it" for treating hives, nettle rash, sect bites and wounds. It is ideal fo he akin-'ailnietits peculiar to chii Roxa'll. Eczema Ointment is grayis vhite in, color, bus a pleasant odo A way has now been discovered to do 'youthful days, would i'nrn Iheir eves '.If westward instead, if liicy could share yet retain all 'the medicinal properties of the liver. Thii ii done by removing the fresh oil from the new livers. The W. the treat the Herald bad today. Allen, of Kaslo, C., sent the TOI cjiiracr ral'' llo'V neat "'Nyal'TS is simply cver The clier- this liver extract combined with an ex- ries'are a very dark red, fully an inch tract of malt and healing nild cherry. in diameter, and just as delicious-as It also the true hypophosphites. i as This combination makes rival's Cod I la Such Liver Compound a delicious tonic- builds up the system, and makes you Take it when you feel yourself losftig your grip. It's a pleasure to take- even the children .lilte it. Get a bottle to-day and ward off disease. 51.00 for a large bottle. Your druggist wilt recommend rt because be knows all about it. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. 'B. HIGINHOTHAM A CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE cherries as those produced by. Mr. Al- len need fear no competition any- where. Manager Green, of the Ellison Mill- ing Company, slated this morning that, the present rain will hurt some districts- where thorn is a very large crop, bill Ije did not think that it would hurt Ihe l.clhhridge district, ami also (hat he did not think that it will rust (he grain. "It is much better lo got Uio moisture now than afler the grain is cul, because if .it courts latei it is apt lo make the grain sprout and the only danger now lint of said Mr. Rreen. Asked if he thought there, was any of frost, (be manager said Hint he dirt not think there was. ''If warm weather follows there will he a large crop and I think (lint will be Ihc said Mr. Green.' i r other grain, and Henry Holmes is nd.ls very cleanly for use. If you ar only one of many progressive farm- of skin irritations o'r eru ers in Raymond district. The program of Raymond's second annual musical festival to he held tions in aiiy'fonii whatever, we urg' you 'to try a box at our risk. At til mere' hint of dissatisfaction yo.u ma hayo your money hack. Two sizes, 50 on Saturday, August 20. has just been jam! Remember It is only sol Issued.and is being distributed this our Ilcxall store. .1. D afternoon. Nearly 1200 is offered in Higinbotham Co., Ltd., specia cash prizes, and unlike last year, no "gents, second pri7.es are to he awarded. This appeals to musical Raymond as a better arrangement, in that, the de- serving competitor receives a sum his effort. Members of chor- uses and bands must have been mem- bers sixty days prior to day of the competition, and there must be two entries in each number. Music is fnrnifillcf! to competitors by (be di- rectors of (lie fair at a nominal coat and on no account will music bo owed for experiment. Followin the program: 1 Chcirs or choral societies of 50 voices, not less I hail 35, to 'Gloria." .Mozart's 12 Mass; Ihe win- lers to receive a cash prize of 475. 2 Juvenile chorus 20 voices, rot ess than Hi, to sing "Pilgrim's Chor- us." (Desert Sunday School P. 2701. winning chorus to re- ceive a c' of 3 Ifi vohjs, rtt less 12, to sing "AM L the win.i.ns chorus 10 a cash pru'.o uf -MS. 4 Male nnartc-UG to sing, selected. PrizeUS. 5 Glee club, 12 to 16 voices, to on Mr. Holt's farm and his thinks it will go forty bushels to the acre. Harvesting will .begin as soon as he gets home with tho ma- chinery. Hail caught the district half a mile south of Mr. Holt's farm cleaned it out. Following are some of the exci sionlsts who came off the train th morning: Mr. and -Mrs. AI. D. Boye E. P. Ellison. Mrs. H. B. Davis, J and Mrs. D. B. Lnyton, Mr. Dinglian Mrs. John'Everett and two childro -Mrs. Dltner. Miss Maude Kirkham Miss Ethel Ross, Geo. H. Budd, 11 and Mrs. dough, Wni. Costlcv ''.Mr Powell Sr. R. Meeks and .Miss Meoks of Utn visiting their brother, w. MOVING. ADVANCED AND FORTUNE The. Big Firo Scene. THE CRIPP'LED TEDDY BEAR A Beautiful Drama. THE ADVANTAGES OF KEEPING A DOG A Roaring Comedy. VIC TURNER The Sweet Voiced Singer. THE'FAMILY THEATRE Doors Open First Curtain 8 p.m. .Meeks, this week. Allan Cla'wson, who has a home stead in S-17, was up last week ridiu the rfiiige south of town .for horse which M. Y. Cannon sold him, an which straypd back to their bom range. Crops are looking fine in Mr -lawsou's. homestead, but a portio has been caught with hall and almos itlerly destroyed. Tho Elite Amusement Co., wh iave gained a reputation in the soul or good shows, allowed moving pic ures tonight jn the opera house. The of Vic Turner is a feature of the shows. The Presbyterian church male nuar ette, composed of Messrs. Amos, Gil les, Tail and Dr. Amos, go to Stirling nd New Dayton tomorrow, Sunday o take part in tlte musical service licre. Frank Denigcr. who bis liuld nga at Raymond some time ago. is ack again, coming here from. Crnn- rook. Mr. Denlgor reports all Hie ass towns dead on account of the rike. He also Informed tho Herald man that he iuis seen no crops to beat Raymond. He may slay here. Mrs. John Leacook. of Oregon slato, is in (own today en route" to Ihe ranch of her son, John Leacock Jr., eight miles north wed of town. Dr. J. E. Amos leaves Tuesday for .othbridgc where he will look after the practice of Dr. Stewart during the latter's three weeks' absence from the city. Tho doctor will be. missed on the baseball diamond and'both ho and '.Mrs. Amos in church and musical circles. Dr. Amos' patients will he able to find him in Dr. Stewart's of- ice In Lethbrldgc. Mr. Bennett, manager of the Hayr montl Mercantile Co., is having a isit from his sister, Jlrs. John Bi'- rett and two children. Mr. Bennett as not seen his sister for S years. R. Campbell, agent for the Rumley oil pull and steam outfits, is in town ihis week in the interests of his com- pany. The Ellison Milling Co. shipped a carload of mixed feed today' to Rosa- land, B. C. -Miss Davis is this week the guest of Mrs. H. Nichol. .Mr. Tail.. Presbyterian missionary, loaves Monday for Blairmore; whore he will attend the Sunday school convention. Majestic Theatre w. B. SHERMAN, MQR. PHONE (46 BLACK RUST IN MANITOBA CROPS TONIGHT NIGBtT H. K Pierce ft Co., Offer the Great Amertciui Play 'In Wyoming' A Comedy-Drama Of Western' Ranch Llfo In Four AutB. Complete Scenic Production A Attraction at Special Summer Prices 25c 50e 75e and indicate the rapidity with which it may be developed under certain .con- Winnipeg, Man., Aug: 7.-TliB Krre flitiolls of Bather. It is not gener- 'rcss today publishes an announce nent that black rust has appeared ii Manitoba, affirming it bad nhsolute- y undoubted proof. "While the situ- lion is not says the 'rcc Press, "it ;.s critical, but a right sun and plenty oi wind would uiirove conditions materially." The al through the province, however, but confined to certain districts. her during ilio past, has ren most unfavorable In tlin ripening crop. Fields which were ali-' olulely clean of rn.st on -Thursday PASSENGER STEAMER RAN ON A 'SANDBANK Montreal, Rich- elieu and Ontario steamer Montreal, running from Quebec to Montreal, with over 100 passengers, which" in- cluded Sir Lomer Goiiin, premier of Quebec, ran into a sandbank about three hundred feet from the nier at Batlscan harbor and remained there tor four hours. The steamer was not ..w .Low the signs which -EJRU-CO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS relieve and indigotioo-icidity of Ihe itonuch, They npprjr prmcipfc. needed (of the J.jotlon of .1! kind. .1 fwi ttc ;