Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, August 15th. 1911 THE LETHBHTPflB DAILY The-Digest Laugh Pnxliiccr in Motion Pictures' TAKE MR OUT TO THE BALL.'GAMK' Jl'HE ULY OF THE TEN'-RMEXTS U. E. WILLIS Vocalist THE PADRE A itory of the mission old California Coming' Soon The City or and The Singer. A_ Electric Fixtures Shades and General Repairs W. L. McKenzie Co. ELECTRICIANS 706 3rd Ave. S. Phone 637 Km Barnes Coil Mine Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton or carload Phone 1475 C.O.D. FOE PASSENGERS or FREIGHT LET US FIGURE ON YOUR REQUIREMENTS BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE re4MAINSV 'WINNIPEG, PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER COMPANY Office 40S Round St. Pliouo 632 When Unmdui Ring Up Trunks delivered to any part of the city. Furniture removed Foot Elm Is wonderfully soothing and healing, Sweaty feet are cured and comfort assured. IS powders for 25 cents. A special package of foot Bath Tablets free will] every box at Ued Cross Drug Book Store Ten men were rescued in an exhaus- ted condition from the French schoon- er Charles Henry in mid-ocean. A hig vein of coal has been discov- ered ;.ioar Trinidad, Col. The prop- 01 ty is owned by J. Pierpoint Morgan. CUNABD LINE Canadian Service Do you know you can now (ravel between Canada and England by the old reliable Cunard Lino direct Canadian service aniline; from Montreal. London and Southampton'; To London 3rd elas? ocean (29 From London Cabin (one diet) up The excellence of service for which the lino IB so well kuowji is being maintained In ito Canadian Service. For full particulars upply to any Cunard Line Canadian Service agenc, or write te- H. E. UDMAN, Gen. Ajt. Can, West, 445 Main Winnipeg, Man. aAjasMj 'odu3 jo UOJJUSM qou op pus uopisodmoa ui aiquiaaaA XpJiiua njc 'XbilJ, 3JI1D ApAJJJfiOd U13IptI[ OX 'siipipuoddL1 sasncD 3unnbaj) jsoiu aqi p suo pliu 'soLjouiJnaq 'uovxajduioa pcq ajn'duii 'uopsaSipui o; ij umj piic uoa 3sa3ii04js auuiuapun OSTEOPATH WINS SUIT OVER TITLE 'Saskatoon, Aug. osteopath may use the designation "doctor" without committing an infringement of the madmil laws, according to a decision handed down a few days ago by'the Saskatoon courts. Dr. Wilson, of Saskatoon, was recently arraigned before the magistrate of that city on three charges, viz.: tirsL, practicing medicine and hot 'being registered; second, treating an ailment or dis- ease by a form treatment; third, usins: tlie designation "doctor." imply- ing that he was a-qualified practition- er. The magistrate 'fined Dr. Wilson sums approximating on the three charges, but Dr. Wilson appealed the case, and the decision now handed down Is a complete win for the os- teopaths. The decisions of the mas- Isirate were The judge bnsed bis on. the fact that Wilson in prncUcinV or treating ae an ostoopath was. not practicing; medi- cine within the mea'nihii.of. the medi- cal professional act: 'that Wilson is Rntitled to use the" designation doc- tor as the evidence, showed him tn be in possession of the degree of Doctor of Osteopathy from a well known uni- versity. NEGRO BURNED AT STAKE Coafesville, Penn., Aug. aria Walker, -a negro, who was charg- ed with shooting and killing Edward Kice, a special policeman on Satur- day night, was dragged from fl. cot hi a local hospital by a mob of citi- tonight, and .burned at the stake. Blue Ribbon Products ARE PURE FOOD PRODUCTS pTirt'tv in food so much desired by every housewife, is the absolute -stand- do no lluy nine Ribbon Baking Powder, Coffee-J el y Powrters or Spices. They are nil of tlio same high nunlity. If >nu are Tot lake back tte packet or tin and your money .will he retnn.leo. RAYMOND BUDGET Raymond, AIIR. will iiRiiiii iipiienr wi tlii! limp" the mayor's lo Hi" Herald cor- respondent, tt'lini In; returned [nun a liulldny Hi's week. The mayor -Ima evidently liecn rcailliiR tlic Ilcmlil'i Kayniond ciitrcsiioiidciicc. Fiei'nrdflig the Liberal Convention nt l.ethbriilgc lust week, Kec'rcUiry- Treasnrcr MoDuRec said to tlie Ilci- nlil eoncspondunt on liis return lo town, "O tlic. best, tliat cui u is In-Ill liny ami President till lies, of Hie Hoard o! Trailti exclaim- ed, "Oh I we liucl a dandy K. T. Holt visited liis lininistead it Harnwcll this week and reports the best looking crops in that looliti that have been seen anywhere. He thinks that some of the fields will yield 10 to 50 bushels. A. D. Lisonbe.ll, of 1'rovo, Utah, well known in tlic .Southern Alberta towns, is visiting his uncle, Mi Td Ktillmcr, this week. work this remodelling 'the second lloor of tlie Security building for use as apart- ments. The entire building is now rented. S. Kimball was at MagraUi yes- terday oi! business for tile Security Investment Co. Chas. McC'artr, sr., left on Satur- day tor Salt Lake City, Utah, where be will remain 'tor a couple. o( weeks. Mrs. IK 11. Pairs, sister of Gco. H. Build, of Raymond, is visiting i sis- ter, .Mrs. W. Duncan, of Taber The Taylor Stake Conference o! the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dav Saints, will be held in the meeting bouse on Friday, Saturday and Sun- day of this week. President Allen will preside, and distinguished dele- gates from Salt Lake City will be present. .1. M. Glendenning, M. L. A. for Nanton, is in Kaymond today looking after the final shipment of the Knight Sugar Company's calves for P. Hums it Co. of Calgary. S. F. Kimball, who lias been con- nected with the Security Investment Co., leaves this week on a mission to the Central Stales, with hcad- at Independence, Missouri A farewell party will be given for Mr. Ivimhall on Friday Anight, oi thjs week. the Siiffleld Punch Stal- lion belonging to Raymond Knight, has heen brought in from the Huck ranch and will be exhibited at the fairs, beginning with Lcthbridge on August 22nd. Hesides "Flukes" Mr. Knight has a stable of. sixteen Suf- folk Punch mares, four yearlings and fourteen colti, all registered stock. The greater part of this bunch will also be on exhibition. Woisso Brothers sold four 'tons of twine on Saturday last Farmers around Raymond are getting for a big harvest. The Hoard of Trade meets next Monday night, Aug. 2lst, at 8.30 in the Councjl Chamber. Renienib, r the clap the l.ethbridge "Get Acqimntul Party" gave us when President Gil- lies announced that Raymond would -send a delegate to Colorado Springs' I! you're going to make good ou got to gel busy. Every business man and farmer iiv Raymond district to at that Hoard of meeting. Talk it up. Tell even bod) about It. Applications for space at. the Fill Exhibition, Sept, IS, ID, and 30 ,re in to Secretary Holt. Exhib- itors are advised to secure allotments early and thus avoid a rush during the last days. Mr. Holt will be found at the town office to. receive any applications that mar conic in The Ellison Milling Co. shipped a carload of mixed mill products to I.ethbridgi' last night. 'flic last six cars of a twentv car shipment of calves for P. Hnrns i ere loaded today by (lie Knight Sugar C'on.pany. The total shipment num- bers head and the lot will be vcalcd. The herd was round- erl up between Kayniond anil Milk River. S. F. Kimball, who leaves shoitlj for a Missinn in tho Central Slates. ;avi; ;i farewell address at the meet- ing bouse last Sunday. Messrs, Skou.soii, A. E. Fawns and O. H. Snow were other speakers. Tims. Allen, of the Raymond Mer- cantile staff, has been confined to liis bouse through illness for the past tuo days, hut is at work again, to- day. iUiss .M. M. Allen, daughter o! Pre- sidenl Allen, who has been attending Ibc Latter flay Saints' College nt Salt Lake City, Utah, has joined the public school slaff in Raymond and will ti-aeh primary instead of Miss L. Redd. .1. K. Frllison was in Blairmore last week on business for the Knight. Su- gar Company. Messrs. Spencer Young and L. L. Pack were at Welling and Mngrath last Sunday in the interests of the. Young Men's .Mutual Improvement As- sociation lur '.he Taylor Slake. H'illard Skonson left yesterday lor 'railroad work near Pineher Creek. Hails material are piled al NEVER ANY FAILURE OR DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN MAGIC BAKING POWDER IS USED. CONTAINS NO ALUM. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS. MADE IN CANADA Plncher Station and work will he started from that point and contin- ued north toward Heaver Creek. The horses and working equipment went from Raymond by wagon trail. Mij Flank Baud showed the Her-[ all reporter i splendid patch of po- tatoes icbtudm Six rows bavoMiecn dug up and in no hill was there less than 28 M uu of the hills contained 40 and some to 57. The po-1 tatoes arc from 3 to :1 inches long; anil arc .well formed and matured. School reopens on Aug. 21st. The Herald man was able to get from Secretary Beiinet a full list of this icai s sUfl It is as follows Prin- cipil H II Smith, 'Standard V.; J. erfe IV AIiss M. Boyson, Sr. III.; Me'lviii King, -fr. III.; Miss M. Stevenson. Sr. II.; Miss V. Redd, ,lr. IL; Miss I.; Miss M. Allen. .Miss V. Allen and Miss I DIMS Pllium There will be four teachers. Mr. Verge is from (_ Miss M. Boyson was a mem- ber '.f tile Stiriine; staff last year, Miss M.' Allen has recently returned from college in Utah, and Mr. Mclvin King is a Kaymond young man. The bCHuri lint beginning with the first daj ill children should be in attendance. The Choral Society met last night in the ipLtling house with President Gillies in tin tliir. Conductor Tol- strup madi T sfitcinent regarding the music sent tiom Magralh for compe- tition thin md complained along, with thf- otlKi numbers of the Soci- ilt inout tin niture of the composi- tions nere regarded hy all pre- sem, is, unite unsuitable for the pur- pose for which they are being used. Con uieianli iiiMJission took place the idusiblllty of taking in the tardston competition, hut itj was finally decided on a vote of the nitmbeis tint tin Raymond Society should g) into all the competitions thtl rfic open lo them and should Hku pirt in i uh class. Tuesday night "ml al 8.30, is the dilt ind lime ot next practise and! the cnupim resolved itself in-j to T comm Het to canvas voices and j help for Uu noil the society is un-j dun il ing I he tine for preparation is snori ind unliss n united effort is put lorlh onli fiilure will result. Contemplate I Do not N eigli anything in a second, hut talta a second thought when n druggist 01 (kiler asks you to accept t substitute foi DR. FOWLER'S Kxtract of Wild Strawberry. j This preparation has been on the market for over 05 years, far M we know hus never yet failed to either relievo or cure the worst, case of DYSENTERY. COUC, OKAJII'S OR PAINS IN THE'STOMACH. CHOLERA MOR- BUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, I SU.MMEK COM I'LA IKT, OB ANY LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS. Mrs. A. J. McLellnn, London, Ont., wriles Tt 13 with much pleasure I write to s.ay that I liavo umd Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry with great success. Last summer ray little boy, 18 months old, was attacked j two or three times with Diarrhofa, j but each lime, after one day's he all right again. My husband was also taken bud one night. The neit! insist on Dr. Fowlcr'sbeinggivcn me'" I Strawberry, und insist on getting what you nsk for. Tho ia maniifnotured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont, tint our name il en thti wrapper. 1'rii'e lii o GRAIN MEN LOSING DAY Port and Elevators at Montreal Congested Cannot Unload Cargoes (From Our Own Correipqndent.) Montreal, Aug. tlic trade that IB offering and 'walling to be handled -at tlio Great Lakes ports, but wlilch we cannot got nt because our steamers, lying there loaded, arc unable to discharge" their cargoes on account of the congested in the grain elevators, it is no exag- geration to say that we, as well as oth er local grain shipping companies, are losing at least a thousand dollars a dccliU'Gd u prominent official of a local grain shipping company, this morning, speaking on the state ot affairs, which with but one or two breaks, has existed since the present season of navigation commenced. "What is continued the of- ficial, who is an authority on the ship- ping of grain the port, "there seema to.be no relief in sight until the Harbor Commissioners' new elevator is completed next month, and even by then you will find that the facilities of tlie port for storing or handling the grain will not be nearly sufficient to take care of the crops -.ve expect." "We know the Harbor Commission- ers are doing their- best to provide, iiccommodation for the grain coming into the port, but that does not help us. But private firms should be en- couraged to build elevators along the water front. With the one building (here will be four or five. Still there is plenty of room for more. "There is this to 'be borne in mind, also. If conditions continue here as they have been ever since navigation opened this season, and if something is not done -in a' very short time to remedy the congestion, the grain ship- pers will lose patience, and you will find our grain being shipped through Buffalo instead of 'Montreal." Disease Spreading Telephones According to Dr. Laberge, civic health officer, diseases most virulent and contagious nature, lurk in the harmlesfe looking transmitters of the public service telephones, ami in the interest of.public health, the doctor has made a report on the sub- ject to the; Board .of Control, with a view to-the provision of some legisla- tion looking towards the sanitation ,of these Instruments. People suffering: from tuberculosis and kindred .other dreadful Dr. Labergc said, were Just as likely to telephone as anyone, con- sequently it was high time that some thing was. done to remedy conditions. The thorough, washing and cleaning daily of all telephones was one of the principal measures in this respect suggested by Dr. Laberge. lirael's Lost Tribei Believing that the lost Angloese tribes may he found in the farthest north of Canada, Mr. Christian Lerien, the celebrated Polar explorer, and .Mr. Harald' TJmulov, of Chrlstiania, are in thn city, en route to the wildest and most uncivilized portion of tho Dominion. The trip will not be lim- ited only to investigating the habits ami antecedents of really uncivilized red men of the north, hut it is believ- ed to be within the range of po-iisi- bilities that a new. passage through the Arctic Sea may be -n discovery 'would lead to new ways and means of intercourse with tho Asiatic nations.; The object of their trip is to hunt Indians, not with powder and shot, but with cameras, cinematograph ma- chines and phonographs, in much the same way that the wild animals he has known have been shadowed by Krnest Thompson-Seton. The King and Queen of Norway, approve the expedition, and have lent their royal patronage'. Tho University of Christ- ianla nut! the Ethnographic Museum of Merlin are also in sympathy wirl: this Polar idea, and have commis- sioned Mr. Lcdcn, who is the general of the campaign, to find out things for them. I It is Mr. Leden's theory that there- is a racial connection between the In- dians who are above and -beyond the Great Lakes, and the "It. is not the civilized Indians that we want to salt! Mr. Thaulow, "hut the uncivilised ones. Not the Indian who lives on tlie border of civilisation, who has a'taste for Phil- lip Morrl-s cigarettes, and appreciates silk socks, but ones which nobody Knows anything about. And we hope to find out." From Montreal they will travol by C. P.'R. straight to Edmonton. I'Y'm there on and on up tho Athabasca river and as Mr. Thaulow ff.11- fji'ent Siiive river and lake Into the nUKE Of TO London, Aug. Duke of Vomiatight will preside at a dinner to the representatives of the Can- fititan 'artillery which ia to be held Kcpfember 5th at the Duket apart- incuts; The Sale of The Macdonald Stock Still Continues Thousands of dollars worth of seasonable staples are being sac- rificed to clear the' stock out dur-ing the month of August. We are going out of Men's Ready-to-Wear Suits, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Squares and Lmol euros. Remember, this stock has been well bought for cash, and you will get the benefit of this. Macdonald Block SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC AT SWEET VALLEY ,0n Thursday lost, 3rd inst., the first picnic in connection with the Sweet Valle.v. Sunday school was held at Mr. Shirley's place, who kindly lent his house for t.he occasion, the school house not yet being completed. This Is the sixth Sunday school or- ganized by Mr. A. McComhle in that district, and under the able and ous superintendent, Mr..'H. C. Hun- ter and his staff of wiiljng and zeal- ous co-workers, baa made'rapid" strides toward success. The thiy was ideal ami about 150 of various ages, nationalities .and relig- ions, and on all kinds of conveyan- ces gathered to have a-good time and alioul three o'clock afternoon j sames and athletic; sports were In j full awing, for which '.'a great manjl prizes were offered and awarded. About, five p.m. the programme was introduced. With reference to the get- ling up of.the projramme one fears to mention names lest any one'may be and too. much cannot be said in praise of th? committee in ohsrge, who, by tbejr energy .and ab- ility, had In readiness a programme of a most instructive, interefitlnfi and enjoyable nature. Cake, coffee ami ice cream were served in abundance for supper and brought to a close a most enjoyable day, the best day that Sweet Valley has vepfcseen, when so many people of EO many different nationalities and religious beliefs, gathered in unity in the spiritual interests of their children. London's underground "tubes" >re lo have ozonized air pumped Into thorn daily. Imperfect Kidney ActioD Causes Rheumatism Rheumatism with its kindred ailmenti -Wry Neck, Neuralgia, ant ally results from lodgments of uric acid in the joints and muscles. chief function of the kidneyi It to properly filter this poison from the blood. Only when they lail to do this t> Rheumatism probable. Kidney weakness starts In varimii ways. A sudden chill, after 'perspiring freely, sometimes it, the an unusual strain may cause it. Poisons, which should be filtered-out of the system are pumped back into the blood, causing Uric Acid, the real1 of Rheumatism, Lumbago. Wry Neck. Neuralgia, etc. i 4 In the early stages Nyal's Stone Root Compound will it. Will start your kidneys working p erly ilial tlie Uric Acid is i and eliminated. Awav goes your Rheumatism with it, Perhaps these early warning twinge! have passed unheeded, and Rheu- matism has become deep seated. Musclei all snarled up in M it were. Then you'll need Nyal's Rheumatic Cure. Ask your own druggist about remedies. His opinion is wnrth1 Sold and guaranteed by DRUG BOOK CO. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM Ca JACKSON A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBR1DGE ng prop- When you want to clear your house of flies, see that you get wnsors FIT FADS Imitations are always unsatisfactory.