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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 1911. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD STIC W, B, SHERMAN, Manager. THEATR PHONE 641. Geo. II Summers and big stock company TO-NIGHT "THE MAN FROM OTTAWA" SPLENDID VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS EVENING, Gallery 25c. MATINEE, MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Manaqer. PHONE 648. RETURN OF THE PARTELLO COMPANY FOR ONE WEEK PRESENTING THE SUCCESSES. LATEST NEW YORK LET ALL WORKERS GET TOGETHER Is the Appeal of Minister at Farmer's Meeting tit Claresbolui (Special to the Feb. United Fanners of Alberta ot the Clares- STOMACH DISTRESS IS ENDED FOREVER Dyspepsia, or Indigestion Vanish in Five Minutes CLEARINGS SHOW MON. FEB. Beautiful LOST PARADISE TOES. of the Northwest.........THE VIRGINIAN WED. FEB. great French Drama...............CAM ILLE THURS. P3JE. Alaska-Yukon Romance.. .THE SPOILERS FRl. FEB. Sensatioiiiil Success......THE BLUE MOUSE SAT. MAT. FEB. romance.. .THE SMALL TOWN GIRL SAT. EVE. FEB. of a Kentucky Feud.. .SALOMY JANE V A of special scenery, effects, and one of the strongest companies that ever appeared in PRICES: Evoningt (Reserved Seats) 35c 50c 75c ?5c; children 10c; and Gallsry 25c. any part of the house Take your sour, out-of-order stom- maybe you call it indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gastritis, or Catarrh of the Stomach; it doesn't your rro.ublo right with you 'to, holm 5-mile union had a big re-union' your Pharmacist and ask him to open' here in the I. 0. 0. F. hall yester- a 50 cent case of Pape's and day afternoon and evening. The lat yon oat ozio 22-gral.n Triangle and meeting was called to order at 3 p. i see if within five minutes there is rn. by L. Davis, Ici't any trace of your former misery. The correct name for your trouble is Fcoii souring; the. Digestive .organs become weak, there IB -lack of- gasulc juice; your food only half digested, and you become affecicd with loss of appe- tite, pressure and fullness eating, vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping In bowels) tenderness in the pit of the songs, recitations, dialogues and pan-' stomach, pain in lirnbs, sleeplessness, tomines also a paper on aims and belching of gas, biliousness, sick head- objects ot the U. F. A. by G. Mai- 'iche- nervousness, dizziness or many chow, who showed how the unequal distribution ol wealth tended to make two classes, one class who receive fee, after eallngf Qr vom. food wealth but do not, earn it, and the (Ues nke a iump of lead oa vour slon> other class who are continually you can make" up your mind that ing wealth yet never get any. the bottom of. all this there is but He also brought out and ORe of undigested ed the fact that there are farm ers who stay away from the meet- Prove .to minutes nat your stomach is as gyoti as any; President 0 A. Fiustad being on the sick list and unable to attend. fAfter 2 few preliminary remarks by the chairman, a literary programme v.-as begun hy Miss Gertrude Mal- chow'i intrumental music, "Apple i Blossoms." Then followed a general literary programme consisting ol The local clearing house reports bank clearings for the ending this morning as follows Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday Wednesday "Thursday 81.i81 DO Total 1 this is a gain over last week ol SANiTARY CONDITIONS IN THE HlNiNG CAMPS VIGOROUSLY CONDEMNED otlier similar i If .vour appetite is fickle and nothing i tempts you or you beicli gas, or if you (Coatinued from front IfteraosDs 2-5 Warm and Cosy The Ml Song tt WiSdwood Flute The greatest Indian picture ever produced Last Fight. Watch for Dates away ings thinking they know enough and cannot learn anything by attending these meetings. He said those men should attend and impart some of their knowledge to thuir fellow farm- ers. Rev. Peck gave a short- speech. Mr. Peck is quite a fluent speaker and told irany amusing and apt anec- dotes. He emphasized the idea that the farmers should work unitedly and i wound up hy saying that not only the farmers should unite, bui, all the workers of the world, should .unite in one great body and break down class barriers, discourage the war spirit, build up a peace of governments spending over a bil- i lion aud a half yearly for war. spend i it tor some useful purpose, and we all would be much better off meatal- j ly, morally and physically. i ]VIr. (Men Nelson read a paper on S "the scientific methods OL weed de- i struction, which brought out the i characteristics ot the different nox- that there really wrong, i ciifc iiiaiicjvtxi Stop ims fermentation atid begin eat-j} .UijS what you want without fear of j i discomfort or misery. instcnt relief is waiting for y.oti. It is merely a-matter of how soon you take a little Diapopcm. ONE. OF OF SIOUX i DOORS OPEN 7.30 FIRST PERFORMANCE 8 P.M. TO-NIGHT Mica Florence Wright IN POVERTY ROW (Patha) SONG CAMPBELL Gymnasts Par Excellence OF FREEDOM (Selig.) HOTEL (Se- !lfi' A roariro comedy. GREENE Singing and Dancing Com- ediant MARCH Miss Florence Wright AMATEUR NIGHT PRIZE TO THE BEST AMATEUR HE FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATR E- LUC ai auii.ii-, y-N i T A 1 T spirit, and instead LJeath at Los Angeles or Father of Mrs. C.G.K. Nourse C. G. K. Nourse received word this morning of the death in Los Angeles. Cal., of Jas. E- Booge, father of Mrs. Noursb. Mr Booge suffered a' mis. weeds, their adaptability to cer- st-roke oi paralysis two years ago j tain soils and best methods of. gee- at his borne City, ting rid of i and six "nvonths ago he went to. Cal11 Mrs C W. A hern kept the house in itarnin in the hope th-ab the climatic an uproar ot Kith her read- conditions mifrht improve his health, ings of Uncle Reuben on the Woman Question. The song, "Save My Moth er's Picture from the. by -the j Misses Nowltn, was highly appreciat- ed, and Miss Piece's song, "A Little Black kept the audience laughing. A dialogue, "The Frog eight characters and three acts, seemed to please all and the Deplorable at Canmore Frank of Bankhead, tol-d of deplorable conditions a.t Canmore, a neighboring wimp, which, naturally is one of the beauty scote of the Na- tional Park. The union there is at a very large expense because of sick- ness, there being twenty cases of piioid this .winter. It would be hard to say what the conditions would be in the summer. At Bankiiead the company houses built before the prea- L. management took ho--J are the best in the aistrict, but the j shacks by foreigners are the vjlest imaginable. Robert Evans. Frank, said that the sanitary conditions was the rea son the mine suspended there. Since last Arril the company had kept lift; cents a month off wages for this war but bad done no thine- He said tha the closets thr-l. were sunk in Frank 1 years ago, have never been cleaned has. beei protect UjcJr Intcrtsti and tc tchievs isy J to taalr condlHoa as in that country, so as to secure to a full t.nd 1 complete sjiaie ot the results of their labor, wblch the Dominion Coal pauy of Nova Scotia deny thett; and the fo_ called Utot lead- ers of Provincial Ar; scciatlon are misting the Dominion j Coal Jo. to try defeat the workers and try %nd prevect from securiBf therefore qe it rotolved ve, delegates of the eighth an- nual convention of Vnlted Mine Work- ers of District 18, Western -Canada, congratulate our brothers in Springhil! .Nova Scotia, on fight for their rights and the of all arners throughout'he civilized .vorld nd here today we to -on record e our nvo-ol and- flnaicial upport, if aecebdary, to our- brothers j n Spricghlll until tKoy secure honor-J ble and advantage- us adjustment of heir grievances, and be it further A Good Idea a Hair Treatment The trouble moat votott'B _ Is won't take timt: live it, proper tri-atmont. II you your hair to have thai look of vitality, you mutt take You cannot txpect to hair If you simply rim a comb tVrouxh it in it a "lab ou with, a It into a it around it co at that. Hair is like any othor needs ci _ needs thorough grooming not only the hair, hut-the If you -the time and you won't need any hair most women bavetj't, next thing is Kyal's Hirautone. It belt thing to take of of combing- and' brunhlng.: It up ths roots, thV color, improvei the texture and it stay gracefully irhere it in putl: Hlrsutono literally revittll.Mi hair. Tour Nyal Drutf lit ommenrfi FTIrsutone because In artistic Jl-00 and-50e. SOLD AND aUAHANTSIO AU HHt frrr nirh trftryiliy iflmti j DISTRICT MINERS' but for the last few moaths he had rapidly declined, and his death not unexpected. Mr. Booge was real- ly one of the founders of Sioux City. Me located there when it was abso- lutely new and ;the first industry .in the place, a pork packing; ung the water from the city, factory, which grew to large pro- more trouble to get sewer, port-ions. He a well known fig- PRESIDENT POWELL. SECRETARY CARTM VICE PRESIDENT STUBBS "i: Resolved, that most this resolution immediately fordvllle anil giving it water connec-t condemn the action of the so called cers of District and John Moffatt, tions. The village had got permission jab0r leaders of W. A. in of the Provincial Workmen's to borrow to put in a system actions by continuing to Trork and try ttoc, 2nd he rataer anticipated trouble get- and discourage our brothers': that; arc; j The convention its i committee received imich praise from in the commercial Hie oi the mid different ones in the audience ior i their success in getting up such a good programme Wm Vatighan at the last, fuvored us with two songs. He was encored die states ior many years, and had taken an active interest in business affairs until attacked by the ill- ness which caused his death With him at the time of his death were and taking Tart in the rrortern labor move- ''to C. J. Eeks'Mrrx for the eatertaia- i iuent, which is ranidly uplifting- the rnent he afforded them last night uid A. Anderson of Jfaple Leaf said that' wngc-working masses throushout the also heard the report of J. p. Harrinf- there the v.-asb house was above the civilized world, by assisting the coal, ton who was the to boilers and the wash water tvcni down company to try lead the mine the No. 6 W. F. workers" to defeat -Jid. be it further port heiaj Resolved, that.. Te send a copy Stub'bs. BRAVES DEATH FOR NOTHING Callfornlan Who Was Operated on to Win Malpractice Suit Loses Case xi PUBLICITY FOR CANADA ior more, but the hour was latt and his wife, his sister and his brother- j we were all anxious ior supper. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William i j The last number on the programme of Bozeman, Montana. Mr debate, question, "Resolved leaves four sons and the two daughters. He was 7S years of age. Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. Cnristie, who underwent a dangerous abdominal operation last week to win 173 rr IT a malpractice suit he instltu-! KeClproCity IS rveeping Us ted against Dr. R. Smith, was informed i at the hOBpital thnt he had bruv- j ed death for nothing. The jury re-1 turned a verdict for the defendant. i PERU GREEK. JrJ DE50RQJITO, Wood's Rorwaj Pina Syrup is ths Bast Cough Syrup Evar Used." was a that a third party known as farmers party, would be a detriment, to the farmers oi the province." Tne judges decided in favor of thft' affirmative. G. Malcliow and L. T. -Torger- i son were t-htf affirmativu speakers.' and Mr. Galhraith and Workman ior the negative. A nice supper was prepared in the.' hall at the conclusion of the debate to which about 120 people sat-down and enjoyed. Then the tables wctt cleared out and the tiance and was continued till about 3 a.m.. there being about 200 people in at- London, Feb. 16. The Morning lcndnnce at Jh.e n'id; little Miss I-eila Workman; -4 Post asks "Docs Mr. Asquith contera j ycars sang> Girl Bc plate dividing Ireland into separate tncn she did soras faur.v provinces like Canada If Quebec dancing, much to the delight oi ail j was able to live peacefully with the present. rest of the dominion the reason was In the Limelight-Eng- lish Comment Board of -Trade wants the (T. T. R. to electrify its branc'u to rnira and Gait. Hamilton Board of Control has tie cided on giving local industries the preference in awarding contracts for civic works. The Quickest, Simplest Cough. Cure and Cheaply Mscl Home. Saves You at I not because Canada as a whole has ja separate parJiaircnt from that oi the United Kingdom, but bccaiisn She Wood's Norway each province enjoys the right to Pine Syrop is the best cough synip 1 cvei tiinnage its own affairs. usoci. My baby had a very bad cold.' I The Liberals say the Post never using medicine but that didn't srcms ablo to grasp the relations of eecm to help the awful phe the imperial parliament to that of until I got a bottle of this synip. I have it in the honsc at present time for the children and 1 think I couldn't got along if i didn't have it. Workman Bros., from the Mac'.ood orchestra, furnished the vnv.sic. and all aay they come About SSO.OO was in, which will leave, a small balance fot'thc Union, after all expenses are paid. NORTH DAKOTA JUDGE ACCUSED ifcn Honiinion as entirely different to the relation of the Canadian national to Icca! and provincial parliaments. The News says that encmie.s ot re.- in this country arc trying to scare Car.nclians into fcelievinj: lliat annexation is the incvitahlc, tains all the luog healing virtues of the corollary of reciprocity, while it real I wish to ttank you for ail the good it has been to my family." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup con- Norway pine tree, which combined "Wild Cherry bark and other pec'.cral are remedies makes it one of the pre known preparations for Ccucbs. ran f and a" Throat and Lung Tny.ib'.es. It is put up in n yellow wrappfcr: pine trees the trade mirk; price 25 I dealers. Man'.ifactured only by The T. ililbuna Ho.. Limited. Ont. ly means the protected interests hard hit ior an argument. Alter lifieTH Tait'j repudiation in thn :cr will perhaps trv- to con- nervts The N. Feb. resol- ution wftp srfop'cd by the hcsce of today rhnrcing Judsr John F. fnwais with of- fense, cit'r.? drunker.ness. in otf'ice, eorriip: rcrdiici. misdcrnennors :n ciTlce. and crimes. The procediirR in irfipeachraenl nrc- osedings tbis stste calls for the senate to ?s trial court after the houss has ordered the trisl. Cowan is jodee of '.'09 Second judi- cial district and has-served two terras as attorney general of the stato. tro- Nevi frrr advert isrn has as a is alrcanv the nt she, of tV.c reci- D. Me Arthur has .be {'f-ii ttnfiniflhert of t Ctntrai Railway ro with C. P. K. at J? for about i to This recipe makes 16 ounces of ccugh to last a family a long tine. You coukln't buy as Triuch or as pcod cough syrup for ?2.50. Simple as it is, it gives almost in- staat relief and usnally stops the KO3t ohstinate cough in 2-1 hours. This is partly dne to the fact that it is slightly sUrmila'ps the appetite and art cxcclIcr.T. tonic cScct. It is pler.snitt. to dren like it. An esculent remedy, too, for sore throat troubles, etc. Mix 2 rr.ps of with with cup c' rr.: r'c-r 2 >Y.t o-.r of Trcrthi a 1G o.: bot- tle sr.d tiio Kyr-.p. It Tr.'xo a every TWO or throe Tino is one of tV.e r ucst bos! for the ihro.il Ficcx ia the most valu coticoiiLrr.lcii oi Nor- wcy extract. is rich ir. and all tbc otber natural Other will riot, vork in this The prompt results from rcc ipe have endeared it to tooiiap.n.ls ol "co-scwives iTi the United and ?lun "bwn Imitated of'en, never A of absolute or yiromptly g.JOi with tbif. rof.'ipe. Yonr ha; Pir.ex or ve; U toi- you. If not to Tilt- Pinox Co., Toronto, Oct. over the boilers. In reporting that the wash house was a suitable place, the speaker believed that the inspector was breaking tue law as such condi- tions are not allowed. Motions Made f-f. Smith, of Colemar.. moved that the new is sisned: nat the miners take a day o? the Mondny after pay day each as a protest, against improper sanitary conditions. There was HD seconder but Robert Evans in moving that a strong be incorporated in a petition passed in convention and sign> >ed hy all delegates, r.e sent >o the i provincial was more successful. Donald McXabb rehearsed some of his experiences while a member of the legislature and said that he was sur prised to see soine of the sent ihe department by the of .lhc He cited cases of Lcthbridgt! and Tr.ber where wrong statcir.ents hnii been made and he been instrumental in getting I.-et-! tcr waaa houses. read Vice President re'.isve and cura of the They rc-infcrce the stomach by supplying ths active principles needed for the digestion of all Mnds of food. Try one after eaoh SOc. a box. If your druggist has not stocked yet, send ui SOc. and wt will mail you a box. 33 .T. 0. Joaes, of Killcrcst, gave a hum- j recitatiosi of extracts from tbej tiiiicreet prospectus, especially of the "crystallized stream" which! nr.s the stables on its baaks. receives ih.e water from the .0 tr.c town a thoussud yaid3: below, where it rerei'. the ref'ise rom the ait j below Ih-s Is :he FURNITURE At Wholesale Prices If you are looking for some good furni- ture at rock bottom prices, and new from the r for the can to Evar.i' Study These complete set Leather Covered Onk........... Sets Leather overe Dining 1SJO Bining sanJiary "CiuDtio.is o tie to the !uw they .-hnl jranics responsible to esien: of che iioth tl.T motion a ad the ivoro ivitr Ir.iwn !n foror o! a Tr.otion by J. 0. the president ap- point social to make a rtcomineudatioa to ilie for HD Men The of business being sns- jpondftts for fhe purpose, J. O. Jones o" ilUlcrePi, r.oard member, n-.oved the! 1 resoS'Jtion. which was sec-1 .irinec anc unnninioualy; j The t.iirsf workers of- I .Sprinanili. Xova hcoun. nave been cni ftirikt- aince tSOft, hslitinx for; Oak 2 Beautiful Parlor 1 Tapestry AvS >vell as Several Concbcs and Eanging from .............S13 S25 FRED. C. MOCK Bowsley-McMillan Laud Co. Phone 344 Sherlock Building Westminster Road. Phone 1116 ;