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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, is, TTTR TJtTIIBRTnGE DAILY FOR PASSENGERS or FREIGHT LET US FIGURE ON YOUR REQUIREMENTS BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE 76H MAIM WINNIPEG. LAUfilER 'BUSY Al MONTREAL FOREST FIRES IN N. S. NOW EXTINGUISHED St. John, N. B-, Aug. rains practically extinguished the for- est free which threatened to destroy the town of PenobEr-nls, and several smaller villages. Flames devastated the area more than six mile's long, destroying thousands of acres of val- uable timber land. Montreal. Aug. Wilfrid J-.aurloi1 spout the_ day In work holding, niuncnjiis i-onfcM't-nces j with Mburnl teodurs of this d strict. Me will Jcavg ahton o'clock tomorrow for Three- Illveii: With him-will Hon. Sydney Fisher, Hon. Hodolphe l.oniicux. Dr. Llujand. Hon. King others. Th-a premier am nounrnri n.ifit his itinerary, hud not boon definitely but ihat he. would vis t Quflboc city iit'ler Thi'efl liivurs and that the next two w-eelitJ would probably 'be Bpent in this pro- vlnce. i A deputation from the UtmiMls of I Souliutgos visited .Mr. Lemieux today j and invited run In that divis- ion. No definite answer wos von. Tb-e new minister of marine, howovor, will run again in Gaspo and In -some other division ijearer the centre ofj the pj'ovinco. VOLUNTEER FIREMEN AT ROCHESTER Rochester. N. Y., Aug. ;er is In gala a I; tire in honor of the volunteer firemen who have Authored here from cities and towns Jiroughout Nrw.York for the anniml y-------........ convention and tournament of tlielr jbccn placed In the hospital tuiil BUS state association. hiocted of cholera. HEROIC 'RACE SAVED WOMAN FRCM DEATH Serum Was Hushed Across In Time to Save Her Life .Dakorsflold, Ciil.. AIIR. battling with death for hours while an automobile I'lirryliiH a few ounces of Horuni lu'cespury lo save her life raced acros tlie Tejuu iiiountalnK, 40 ulles from Los AiiKclos; to Iliilcersfield, .Mrs. J. F. Campbell, a pntleni at a lo- cal hOKpitiil, is today rejiorled today to on the way 10 recovery. Alrn. Campbell went under the sur- ion's knife at 2.30 o'clock vestmlay mnrntng. The flow of bloud would not stop, anil an Injection of normal blood was hit upon as tiio only hope. .Voile could be bought, in Bakersfleld, Lo.s was appealed to by ire. At :i.20 a.m., local druggist WHS se- cured. With the promise of a largo bonus, Curlcy Smith, n local driver, sped away toward the mountains, on his journey on a machine sent from Bakersfickl. He carrl-ed the precious package the rest of Hie way, arriv- ing her? at 0.45 o'clock. Ten Inter the scrum had been ami Airs. Campbell's improvement be- gan. MORE MINISTERS IN THE PROVINCIAL CABINET Premier Sifton Intimates Changes When Provinc Takes Over Control of Natural Resources Get Parks Finances in Good Shape Kdmonton, Aug. the [England are not a bit. alarmed ov CHOLERA IN FRENCH ARMY Paris, Aug. Paris Midi is H.ulhorhy for the report ihat sixty soldiers at Marseilles garrison have aspects of the federal campaign, said Hint he thought reciprocity would change tho politics or many members of buih parties. In Eastern Canada, he siiid that many life-long Conservatives were going to vote for reciprocity and Rome old Liberals.-would vote against it. salt! (lie premier, "seem to judge genera! results by what they want. The nearest estimate I think Is that Ihe maritime provinces and Weat will go back in the next house, about, as tiioy were, and ihat the bl'g fight will bo in Ontario and "When you say that reciprocity will be n good thing for Alberta, does that mean (hut the Empire is out of the premier was ask- ed. "By no i was the reply. "I have come back from England feeling that the Empire is thoroughly sound and thnt-it would not matter a straw what wculid In Canada on purely lo- cal or fiscal matters. The best thing foi the Empno Is Uiat each part be made as strong as possible. People in the-profinecl of reciprocity botwec Canada and the United States, though one wins of the Unionist part for reasons df Us own, is strongly o posed to (ho agreement." Keforrlng to the important announc merit of Sir Wilfrid Ln-irler that h government was prepared to recoi nlzc the principle of provincial coi trbl of iiat.ural resources in Manitobi Saskatchewan anil Alberta, and I give effect to H once, Mr. Sifto said: "It 'will take some time, course to make the reiirrangcmei: Sir Wilfrid Lander promised to call conference of the premiers of til three provinces immediately after tli elections to. arrange .details as to tli exact division of .homestead jand. Si Wilfrid stated positively that no ques Uoti was left unsettled except Ih Question of what reduction should b made in the amount of money ihc provinces in Hen of control lands. This is the only question o principle left for discussion.' The making over to the provincia governments of the natural resources Mr. Sifton stated would involve soim changes in the provincial cabinet, no of ability, but enlargement. Such a portfolio as that of minister of mines auct others would be created. We Get the Parks The control of natural resources the premier said, would, according to his understanding, carry along con trol of the Dominion parka located In Alberta, notably .faspar Park, Uanfi Park and Rocky Mountain Park. When the province had actually as sumed control of its resources an Al berta agency' would be established in London, England. The premier stated that -the bye- elections in four or five vacant con- stituencies 'would all be held at the same time, but, not likely .until after .he general elections as otherwise the issues might become confused. Jr was liis intention lo call' a session of tho legislature as near as possible to Nov. 1st. The date of opening would not m delayed should the new parliament buildings not be ready for occupation at that time. The finances of the province, Pre- mier SiEton declared, are now in exoel- ent shape, thanks to loans raised be- ore his departure for England. When he house met he would have a rail- vay policy ready for submission. "A great many loading financial men ii England who have hitherto over- tooked Canada ae aii investment field re now faking a Iceeii interest in this said the premier. "Many of "lorn talked about coming out to see his country who had never before een interested to the extent of mak- ng a trip here." TJie premier iliod transacted busi- ic-ss in London with the bankers of ho ijrpvlncn, lint bad no special busi- iess dealings with other financial ources. -THE.COOLEST THEATKK IN TOWN- 2P.M. TODAY 2P.M. THE SILENT MESSAGE A Thrilling Weittrn Drama. STAGE ROMANCE See thlt one. It'v great. ALL IS LOVE .AND FAIIt IN WAR Thli picture once will never forgotten. BIG FEATURES COMING The Deluge City of Boys Actress The Singer The Lad from Old Ireland Makes Hair Grow Tile Alberta Drug Book Co. lias n inviKorator that will erow hair or money back. The time to lake care of your hair when you have hair to take care of. If your hair is getting thin, grad- lally falling out, it cannot bo long be- ore the spots appear. The greatest remedy to stop the mil1 from falling Is SALVJA, the Gre Vinericnn Hair Grower, first dfscove In England. SALVIA furnish nourishment to the hair roots an icts so quickly that people are araa id. And remember, it destroys the Dai Iruff germ, the little pest that sai he life that should go to the ha rom the roots. SALV1A is sold by the Albert 3rug Book Co. under a nositiv imrantee to kill Dandruff, stop Pal ng Hair and Jtuhing Scalp in te ays or money back. A large bott] ,atin for sage) is on every bottle, osts 60c. The word "SALVIA MR ANXIOUS BUT NO HAIL FELL Mine Opened; Farm- ers in Fayor df Reci- procity Pact Taher, Aug. Pearson Haul- Co. today unloaded a steam en- tie and two five-ton wagons, whicli icy will use'lor hauling coal from ic bullying mines lo the track. The} ill commence operations for the elly River Collieries immediately, nd expect to be able to do three the work, and possibly more, horses will do. The, haul is miit Tour anil a halt miles, and as ;D road it: should, he easy make four trips a day. Mr. Pea IT- HI, the manager, has brought the Imlc of his outfit from England, lere he had it built especially, for is and if it proves successful Liverpool, Aug. war's bins is Possible that lie will go into the rrived in the River Mersey today to "inn' extensively. This aftcr- the shipping, and electric ligh! noon, after unloading, he gave a dcni- of tiic engine, travelling at a very rapid rate, and turning and stopping with the greatest ease. The fanners in this section spent a 'OUR WARSHIPS ARE NOW AT LIVERPOOL nd power Is both cnl off, as tlu; strik- jers are threatening to. wreck ho.uses. [Troops thronged the disaffected area don to the north in many ease Suspended; notably to Sheffield. when the rain fell in a deluge. ports bad reached the town of Special coimiiblcs enrolling rap- ildly at London, .Liverpool, and Slmf- storm in Lethbridge, hut. fortune fav- Held. AL the latter place two sijrnal ors the fair, and Taber d strict es- cabins were wrecked. Reports brought into town I Railway servants arc now said fo etc. this morning would indicate that hail ispalciiitiK telegrams -throughout the country asking Ivlie men fo cease work orth, but it is thoiigbt that the area Premier Asqultb told the union lend affccled is not- very large, nor ver ers that the government will not ai low the railroad service to be paraly The political situation here is un- The general Is Ihat under the during the last, few days. orst, circumstances the strilco can The opinion on the burning question not last, long, though disastrous while it lasts. of the day seems to. he about evenly divided, though farmers coming into town appear tn favor the passage of the pact. "-Many have still to lie shown, and it is evident Ihat both candidates will speak to large and interested audiences. It is to be FRENCH-GERMAN FLAG INCIDENT REPORTED Paris, Aug. The French govern incut has cognizance of a wide report hoped that their visits will be well that, two French officers tore down advertised, so as to give the seekers a Gorman flag at Aix Los Rains. after light nn opportunity of forming note issued by the minister of the in- 1" the both terior the circumstance are working anil sending out 15 follows: A mauufa'etiirer of Xanci sprayers to the smaller polling plac- having observed the fiennan among; others forming the decorations es and sclmolhouses to present in a restaurant at Aix Los n.iins, ask- of the candidates to the peo- ed an employee of the place lo remove the emblem from the walls. This em- ployee did so and no trouble was paused by the French officer. BRITISH GOVT. CRITICIZED ON STRIKE SITUATION EXPERIMENT WITH AEROPLANES Uerlln, Aug. Newspapers here ire great Interest in the la- Mare Island Navy Yards to Try to Use bor war in England end the local An- ?.eiger, in an article entitled "What Will Become of criticizes Them in Lc-ng Distance Wireless Communications Vallejo, Cai., A.'ig. -17, Instructions he Rrltish government .for not pay to conduct, experiments with models of us more attention to home aeroplanes equipped wireless ap The paper on. the eled scenes of disorder in London. paratus and suspended in the air, to Jverpool and OlHfow tnd the poa- determine the extent to -which BUCCOSS sibllity or the present of [1 communications' with Uic shore can ho food supply of the surely e established, were received at Marc he English statesmen and stand navv yard today. vho are talking of uni vernal poace The aeroplanes will be suspended nd arbitration, the paper adds, "will letweei) high smokestacks at the navy lo well to consider the problem of to prevent a few thousand work municate with the wireless stations at n oir from putting the life of the na- an Francisco and Yerbn Buenm ilit Rc- A GRACEFUL GIFT to your hoit at, lie close of your summer's visit. Buy im a VICTOR. mASON o. RiSCH Dominion Block. Phone 791 POPE IMPROVING Rome, Aug. found, ic Pope with a normal temperature ml otherwise improved today. Ac- ortlingly for tlso first time since.hie ness became serious he was permit-" ed a departure from liquid diet. They rdored a little rice well cooked in hicken broth, and. steamed frultt. Are Your Kufaeyi Working Properly? It Will Pay You to There's been''a lot of "guessing" about lieuniatism and rheumatic pains gener- lly, but you can be dead sure that tittle win across your hack came from'de- imseti kidney action. The kidney's duty Is to filter the blood -take out the impurities collected by IK returning blood it just Ice absorln-nt cotton in a funnel filten 'ic impurities from polluted water. Wliqn the kidneys are not working you ire bound for one of two ictes and Bright's Disease or Rheuma- tism, Lumbago and Sciatica.'. The', for- mer course is usually, fatal, and the latter always pniiiful, but you need not have cither, as they both can be eatily pre- vented. The very best prescription for all Hd- ney troubles is Nyal's Stone Root Com' pound. It is no "patent" but a scientific prescription composed of Stonsroot, Buchu, Juniper and other remedies of proved x'aliie. More that, it has 'been proved by thousuuta who have had jjlad relief front its use. There's nothing quite 10 mfoenbfe u the dragging, results of sick You are trifling with your own futon wlien you neglect so simple ft precaution, as a pleasant home treatment with Nyal'i Stone Root Compound when ntuhi ut certain. It wothes bladder irritation, fiwt you rest and comfort at nod ratket life once more enjuyablt. The kidneys, liver and bladder an ftll dependent upon one unothtr, and Nyal'i Stone Root Compound fo nrtkvUrly 'iiipwd to help tben all. and by AtlERTA ORUQ A BOOK CO, J. D. HIQINBOTHAM 4, CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER M LETHBRIDQE ;