Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
DAILY TTRKALP Tuesday, Aug'iiNl 2-.', 101.1. THE STANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND. MADE IN CANADA SUMMER RESOHIS CAUGHTJY FIRE A Vast Tract of Timber Swept by Fierce Forest Blaze STANDING ALONE SENT DOWN A YEAR At A special sluing of (hr piKtr.ct Court several eases were today before Mis Honor Jiirtgu N'oel. Monry Hill and Kid Morris charged with shopbreaking nnd theft, having eleci- td be tried speedily were ai'ndnn- hefore Ills Worship, and both iideri stilly. A st'nteuee of six ii lhs' imprisonment for each ofletid- handed out to them this morn- The Ladies9 Store Maiming, Cal., 32 -K.iun-d 1 y the dcsi'i'i wind Hit1 Jin1 which was rekindled tiu1 last wwk's blaze in the rievelan.t ft rest reserve, burst out of Snow I'rtck jug. lasl night anil swept iiuuly j Henry Hill, further charped with up i he east wall of the San Jt.rinio from custody on July 2-ltli mountain. A vast tract pine tin-.- last, jutain pleaded guilty ami was ,ber is endangered. Summer and Health sentenced to three months1 imprisoii- resorts in the path of the flumes have.menr jbeen abandoned. j Alee. Brand, a young man of 22 I' in the slate of Utah, WIND SPOILED BEiNEFIT AVIATION MEET thirty mile an j liour wind yesterday pry vented I than n very few aviators in. the benefit performance for wltitiw of St. Oroix .JoliiiF.'.njif, liie aviator who was killed in the nvoet tap other day. [ELECTROCUTED WHILE TELEPHONING Nome, Alaska, Aug. talk- ing itt the telephone yesterday Gus Carson, engineer of the power plant, was electrocuted, dying instantly. telephone .wires laid become crossed j., a heavy power wire- pleaded pmty to a cliargo of false ami was .sentenced to :i year's i in prison men t in the Lclh- j briiijte "Stainlinic Alone" ast'd 2J years, an. i Indian on the Blond Indian reserve, pleadi'i! guilty to a charge ,of horse i stealini; on tlic Sili of May. He was given a year's imprisonment. CLARKE GO. Phone 453 Acadia Block Headquarters for Fair Week Shoppers POLICE 'COURT A quota of four drunks greeted agistrate Bali in .his ofiieial duties !ni police court this morning. Antlic At. MORRIS Who is in Charge of the Special Anv usemcnt Attractions at the Fnlr The will of Sir "William S. Gilbert; trio dramatic author and librettist, was (lied for probate August 11 in London. iThe estate, amcwniing to is to the widow. ARCHBISHOP BRUCHES! MAY BE CARDINAL v London, Aug. are persistent rumors here that Most Rev. Paul Brnches 'ftisliop of Montreal since will receive the O.irdinaJcy at the next consistory, or earlteiv 'if necessitated owing to the present illness oE Pope Pontiff in Rome. The: destruction of the house fly is a public duty. Almost every American State Board of Health is carrying on a crusade against him. His filthy, origin and habits, and the fact that his body is generally laden with disease-producing germs, makes him one of the greatest enemies of the human race. If the housekeepers of Canada will use .Matona, Mason, and Martin Fish- er, al! plea tied guilty to being drunk I I and disorderly, and were given the usual, three dollars and costs to par option of ten days to think the matter over in seclusion. William j j I'ickoti, who had been there hefore, ico- cnce nn Sept. 3rd of last year, and again on the ICth of March last, was not allowed recourse to his money hags, providing he had any, but in- stead was handed out thirty days in jail to straighten up. A. B. Fcl- mand, charged with creating loo much 'cominutioii last evening, and also -tvith endeavoring to pcddie with- oui a license, was allowed to proceed on his way after taking out the If- j cense necessary for his street selling privileges. 'S FL7 PADS MARSHAL. OF 410 POUNDS QUITS fr'armersville.-Texas. Aug. Harris, who ii-eld the record for six years of being the largest town mar- shal in the United States, has. retired From tbat office. Me weighs 410 Ibs. His weight was no handicap in per- torming the. duties of police officer, but h-e got tired of the job and is ready to take other employjuent. He' is ?S jrears of age and is stil'l lucrbasiiigtin weight, _' persistently, this peril would be tremendously reduced. NELSON GIRL DROWNED Jr Nelson, Aug. Neiderham, daughter of a Swiss rancher at Need- less, was drowned yesterday by" the overturning of her canoe in the pres- ence of hundreds; of spectators on the shore-'and the steamer Bonning- ton. ALL THAT KEEPS THEM .APART. it At the only exclusive Ladies' Store in Southern Alta. 111 Br0ad assortments of fresh new merchandise, and generous values in every section ihc post six weeks this stonrliiis undergone a complete ehange; we linve acquired some IJTlv-odd loot of additional floor spa ce in order to more adequately meet the needs of oVir t nulo which gives its plenty of room to display our stock to the best advantage and for Winoiv to choose wiiii the greatest'possible ease aiicl shopping comfort. We specialize in dress-goods and silks, hosiery and gmves, corsets and underwear, sheetings linens aifd all branches oT staple Mouses.and ready-to-wear garments of tlie fiiresl. makes; anThave nls.o_ui equippexl .drcs.s-ma.king dopartment, T T'v ._____. "rSr !a nrpnjinul to e.xeoiito vour orders under the lua'iia.o-cinent of'31.iss Hooper, late of Toronto, who is now prepa with the greatest care and despafrehL OUT-OF-TOWN WOMEN visiting the Fair are invited to make this store their, bead- quarters and arrange to meet rbeir friends here. We heartily welcome you to any con- veniences we have to offer and the fact of your calling of ten, carries with it no obligation to buy unless you feel so disposed, A complete new stock of handsome Kimonas, to Velours, cotton challies.. .cotton crepes, and silks in a splendid collection of the neatest fit- ting styles we have ever had to show, and very moderately priced. Handsome floral and scroll designs, in fine cot- ton crepes, shirred at collar.and waist, line, full Kimona sleeve, very neal fitting garments and exceptional values at i g f A Lovely fine KImonas of washable Jap silk, shown A-l jn handsome floral designs; colors crimson, the price. and gray; elaborately shirred front and. back yoke; trimmed with plain silk to match. A COMPETE CORSET DEPARTMENT Every imaginable shape to exactly suit the various types of figures, from the very'alender to the extra i specially purchased line, actually, worth 11.50, At. .made of fine coutil; finished wlth'two piilrs of hose supporters, front and sides. CO TC A beautiful La Diva modelfor the average figure; Jpt. If0 specially suited to the particular dr'ewer; in moderately long lengths; steels guaranteed not to nist. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, EVERY KIND There is still good choosing among the summer stocks and fall stocks are also to'hand, offering throughout'tlle very "nest values obtainable. TTninn Sinifo'CI fin -lust the proper .weight tor eorly U 11 ion Din r.s Fall weari nnkle lengtn, lonK sleev. es, finely knit and snlemlld to wear. f< T-Tnon OH A Shown in hlack and all the wanted UOtlOll. aiUht, Cyp in qualities worth up to 35e; luii fashioned legs; spliced heels, toes and soles. New GolfrCoata for Ladies, Young Ladies and Children New Waists in Piques, Vestings, Lawns and Silks New Neckwear and Belts in Latest Fall Styles New Veilings and Motor Scarfs in New Dress Goods and Silks in latent splendid selection weaves A Western Conservative Member's Testimony (Toronto Globe) In th? netate on supply on April 15, 1910, Jlr. W. H. Sharpe, Cpnser- vative member for Usgar emphasized some of the burdens which the Gov- ernment is .now about, to lighten. He loltl of how in the little of Mowbray in 1908 the elevators handl- ed over b.ushels of wheat. During the following spring a spur railway was built acroes the line into Dakota and an elevator erected there. The result was that in the following season instead of bushels only lob.OOO bushels.were handled on the Canadian side, while the United States elevator hadnled bushels. Can- adian farmers took their grain across ,-imi shipped' it hack hi bonfTinto Can- ada to lake ports. 'By pursuing this Bourse, according to .Mr. Sharpe, tiio Canadian farmers received from .thir- teen to fourteen cents a bushel more for their grain than If they had dealt In .Canada. The instructive feature of this is the facilltlou afforded by trade im- pediments for the formation ot com- binations. In tile Instance' quoted _t was ueceasary to carry the grain of the country and bacit again. But it is not likely! that the Canadian elevator would long remain pitrtly idle when the business could be secured again by giving up the thirteen cents or fourteen cents per bushel and treat- Regularity of the absolute neces- sity for good health. Unless the m-aste matter from the food which collects there is got'rid of least cncc a dav, it decays ahd poisons the whole causing biliousness, indi- gestion and sick headaches. Salti and other harsh mint rat purgatives Irritate the delicate lining cf the bowcU. Dr. Morse's -.Indian Root regulate the bowels effectively without weak- ening, MC ken ing or griping; Uac Dr. m Root ing its iHUrons fairly. It will not be necessary In future for Canadian fanners to take their grain abroad, The mere fact that they can do so wljen necessary will secure them fair treatment at hbnie. What hae been accomplished by the railway in this case will be accomplished by tariff re-j lief in many other cases. The mere j possibility of trade will prevent ex- tortion. That is so much ynoney Is being spent to perpetuate" the ob- stacles. -Mr. .Sharpe went on to de-j clare that while In the Province of j Manitoba, along the boundary land was worth ?20 to and hi some cases J30 an acre right across on the American side, on account of the better treatment which is accord- ed the farmers in North Dakota, lurid Is worth from to an acre. The beet way to. even up conditions will be to remove some of the arti- ficial impediments. With regard to the cattle industry Mr. Sharpe made a most suggestive declaration: i "I know numbers of farmer's in my constituency who always in the past, have kept from 75 to TOO head of cattle, but these men are selling om. their herds arid going- out of business because the combines are robbing them of every dollar they should make. It goes witho.ut saying that the farmers nulet keep stock in order i to keep, up the standard of their land and if the cattle industry declines. much the worse for general farming. There wore head of cattle slip- ped to the city of Winnipeg last year, and all the farmers could get from t.be beef combine of that city was an av- erage of per hundred weight, while at the .same Ume the average price of similar cattle in Chicago was 16.27 per 100 po.iinds." Mr. Shar.pe quoted, from thft finding of the Provincial Commlniion to the effect that on each beast raised the the retail dealers marie an'average of and the ab- attoir men, the great, beef combine of j Winnipeg made His alluvion to the inadequate relief afforded by the drovers from Dakota buying over a duty v.'hich-is 27 per.head, Buggests the to be secured by removing this No won- der'the middlemen are spending mtm- lavlshljv 'AERIAL MAIL SERVICE Aug. Vedrines, the aviator, yesterday made a practical demonstration of the line ot ttie aeroplane..as a'mail carrier. He flew here from. Paris, a distance of about 112 miles, in one hour and lorty-three' mttiutes, a speed much greater than that of the express trains. In accordance with prearranged plans. Vedrines dropped bundles of 'despatches en route at Nantes, Ev- reux and -'Tilacfeiix, while orer the at DcaiivlIIe: he scattered thou- sands of.-small French flaga. -The. feat ;is the forerunner of a. regular nervine of.four airmen ter a t'arls newspaper, which on Aiignit 20 will inaugurate the delivery of letters from Paris to beaches of the Eng- lish Channel and the Atlantic Ocean, guaranteeing such', delivery within, raven DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS OR PAINS IN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEASICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT AND ALL LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MOT-BE HiPIDLY AND EFFECTIVELY CURED HI THE -v" USE OF DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry Medicine with a record ot Curei eilendlns over 65 Tears. You don't experiment when you buy It- Mn.'S.'-il. Johnstono, Ochre River, MM., Ahont four 1 Dr. of WiM Stnorbeiry My oldest, tan, fire years old, cot yerv with rKplftfn inftntum two dayi my next sou tno'k it, und the thinl my littlc'giri also twk u. .1 dotuxwl with all kindu of but they kept on getting worse the Hoolori could do them no good. I then (Urted the Dr. BilrMt Wild Strawberry, and two or thrw day" couki im a difference, M kept on with the treatment, but they were ao bad it look two to comptaU the cure. Different fwople allied me how I my Kvee that tine, and I alwayi jay it Eitrmct ot Wild Strawberry. _, 1-1 HHOf. M MuwfMtirwl Mir by T. MIIWIN CO., Limit.., Out.