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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LET.HBKTDOE DAILY HERALD Mr. Farmer! Do you wish (o nuiko your Xicklt's 21; Thursday, Aug. Friday, Trains leava Statioji at fo.llows: lO.OOK. 13.00K, 13.30K, 14.00K. Ifi.SOIv, 17.00'X, 19.30lv, 2D.30K, 21.00K, 21.3.QK, leave Exhibition Grrounds 13 Vninutes Liter Iluin l.lie alipve times. .PARE F.O.B'KiO'UJVD Mvs. iim? mers as to the actual conditions, and get their views, first hand, as Io the much mooted 'Canadian advantages. entered (hat 1also "lake a P' district this morning o'recisclv at tcn'L, !aw's. methods of o'clock in charge of 'superintendent'! and the Canadian [methods of .interesting the settler anil j bringing him into the Northwest. Mr. Karrer's visit is the direct outcome of Ih: recent convention held in Seattle, Together with old age, had been ailing'for some for the past two weeks had hccn sink- ing steadily. Mrs. Scott was horn in Perthshire, Scotland, October sixth, 1S17. She j came io Canada 35 years ago and with the exception of a few months in Toronto, where her' husband, Adam Scolt, died, she has lived in Winnipeg with Mr. Whyte's faniilr evcr since. Doughty, who was iu control of -'..he motor. There no passengers lie- j yond a Herald representative, whc lappencd on the ground at tin :ime. I'rovided everything goes wel .he residents of the .N'orlh Ward wil lave an opportunity of riding to am! rom the fair later on in the day. Supt. Doughty was well pleased will he results of the to the lortli. No trouble was experienced n getting over the C. I'. R. cross- ing on Westminster Road where, by the way, some provision will require to be made in the shape of having a watchman on duly there looking alter passing trains. With regard to the, hours of duty ol motormen and conductors on the I.ethbridge Municipal Street, Railway It is interesting to note that the men will work in nine hour shifts, and that every crew will -have a chance on Sundays to attend church if they wish to-do so. There will he slavish hours op the street-rail- way in this city, as it is -fhe inten- tion ol the street railway offcials to look- after the- welfare ot its cm-' plwyws so thM very best service GAVE UP ALL HOPE OF EVEflJING WELL Tnit-a-tifes' Ciref TirriMi Kilneyllstise I3lic. J4TH. 1910 "I-'or sis years, from dreadful Kiducv Disease. My legs anil lower part of my body were fearfully swollen and the pain was awful, il-'ive different doctoral attended me and all said it-was Kidher Trouble, and gave me no getting well. A kind neighbor told me to try in a short lime, the swelling .wei.il down, the pain was easier, md then "l-'ruit-a-tivjs" cured me. (.MISS) JIAGGIE JAN.VACK is the greatest Kidney. Cure, in the will always cure 1'ain in.the Hack, Swollen IJands I'cct, Hcnd.-.clios and-'otlfer tronUes'diie-to poisoned condition'of the Mood. 5oc a 6 for f.-.so, trial she' ?sr. At dealers or v.-ritc l-riiiUn-Uvn Umiled, Otlitra. Mass Meeting Labor Temple THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, AT 8 P. M. Hi President, British Columbia 1'ederation or Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. "ORGANIZATION" All Welcome'-, 'Ladles Invited. Labor.' Organized for DUKE'S PARTY AT ST. JOHN N.B. St. John, X. II., Aug. IS. The steamer Earl Grey, with the ami Duchess of Connaiight and the Princess- Patricia, -arrived here Sat- urday night shortly after 8 o'clock. The vice-regal party landed this morn- ing and after reviewing the third re- giment Canadian Artillery, attended divine service at Trinity clutrch where SOME PRODUCT OF Uishop Kichardson preached. A party of twelve including the three royal visitors quietly set isliurc lids afternoon and enjoyed an inlomobile ride as far as rand Hay. CABBAGE POISONED BY PARIS GREEN London. Aug. family of .T. Fairley, a commercial traveller, was.poisoned by ratine Millings ihal ind been sprayed recently with Paris ireen, ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHC flE PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH, SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 564 ;