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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, -July 2, 1013 THE LETHBIURGE DAILY HERALD Yoa Hay Publish My letter About "Fnilt-a-iim" Mr, proud to acknowledge the jjreat dttt of gratitude he oives He is elwl to hare bis letter published In order that ulher sufferers may be lo Irv troadf rfiii rna.de of f nut ibices, SARNIA. FEI- jth. 1911 111 hivs been a sufferer for the put 15 with Constipation, Indigestion and Catarrh ot the Stomach. 1 tried mtuy remedies and tnanj doctors, but no benefit whatever. Fically, I advcrliscinejji for lives" I decided to givt "Fiuit-a-ttves11 trUl and they did exactly was claimed for Ibein. 1 hive uow Uken them for sotce time aud find they ire the paly remedy that does rut good. I hare iWKamemied "FruU-a-tiveV to a great may of my frjcnds, and I cmaot praise these frail tablets too highly" PAUZ, J. JONES. 500 box, 6 fot trial sue, ajc. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fniil-a-tives Old and Young put in Swell i Time at Sunday- School, Picnic The outing Dominion day in connection Salvation Army Sinday school, a great success Sn 'every detail." In. spite oi Job's co'mlorler, the weather was ideal. Over sixty youngv; people their parents Icil Hie Army hall at 10 30 p.m. in rigs, and the Windsor, hole! lius, to Stafford bottom, where ,ev- e'rj'lonc, young and old, enjoyed thera- selves to tliedf heart's content: "All kinds o! good things' were provided ,for the cltUdten's dinner and tea, be- sides ice cream', candied Sis 'Ashetrew were the cream and soft drinks. Various games and swings wer.e the enjoyments of the. by all, especially the young people-" Alter supper' tbe most inter- esting event of the day was the rao (js. TJiere mere races for every class In the besides teachers, bands- -men and women's amusement w.as_g6t'in the .two-legged arid' wheelbarrow prires were given'to thc'.jhree risrs in eqcb'. LtmdrciiVtficc. Great iV due to Sisters SUrks, Hopwood, BullocVj- .Wiggr_RQ- filso. Brothers Tuft, Bulloct and Frfd Wilson, 'for thc'lr" work in ntabfng the children's day a success. People's leader Mrs; Slarks 'desires to thank heartily-Campbell, and Horne, lor candies Plun- ketl antf Ravage for, oranges Mc- FherGon for bananas Kerr's riuis also the'merchants and friends f or .f prizes ar.d refreshments. young people also join in .with their thanVs by giving thm hearty cheers for-soldiers and fr.ier.ds lor 'iheir day's enjoyment. Success of South Alberta Hay Growers Association richer Jaue To have jial timioier of hua'dred aud ,Jiy: tbouiaud. tlollars In one- year H working capital o! only oudfi almost incredible. Yet that i reiisuly what the South Allerta Growers bave accomplished. [oa than thai, they "were able lo pay prices ara hose ring around the fllgb .raler mart. Previous lo the organ' lalioa ot ihf Hay Growers by ibe 'anaers of the district, from leu to tvi plve per ion tcercs to have a about the trice paid for baled bay. Last however, the company disposed of 4300 tons at an average price ot per ton, while his tfcey turned oier eifcbt thou- Ions at stout the -Mine Jn oiher, localities of the province where tirnoiby or other Is and where there is no such oiganka- lion amotig ihe farmers, the average price realized has been hi the ueigh- ears to either )ease oUright or get a agreement Ji tbe Pcisao at Itrocketl for the handling of tbeir srain. It is probably through handling the pro- duce of faring re who are not In the company" that ithc Hay Growers get their dSvEdeads. are at ihe present time about two hundred shareholders, aud tbe very attractive price of per ion for timothy hay is beipg realized here at tbe lime. Though the Hay Growers a paid up capital of hatr that sum js invested In real estate, leading only 52500 of a wcrking capital as above stated. WITH1 APPROPRIATE- EXERCISES -GOVERNMENT; HELPS RE- STORE EXHIBITION BUILDINGS Crantrook, B C June The class rcoras at King Edward's school were packed to overflowing last Wtd- ceslayt when tbe parents and friends ct ibe pupils were iinited to a musl- i lengthy by tbe i) rt great cre-ilt is due to Miste Cherricgton and her assistants. The school- term flu- Isties on July 4. Oa TJiursd.iy evening, Uie ladies of Cmfst Church GuUd lieid their an- r.cal "Starwberiy festlvBl'' on the Rec- IRISHMAN AND COSTS 'FOR LOSS'OF CON TITANIC tory lawn, thanfcs to tbetr untiv- WERE FINED I London. June Four, men arrest- cd yesterday ivhile. parHoipaUtig in t'lw militaut suffragette nttaak on the official .reaiacnces in Downing street of 'Premier AcquUh and Chancellor of the Lloyd George, were brought up at the poUdo court '.oday' nni flneJ SJO each wltl; the alterna- tive of 14 days' imprisonment. A fifth -man WBO tad laken only a minor part In the disturbance 'v.a.6 fined or a -fieek' In prfcon, Iig energy and pafnsfaking efforts, a ecod sum was added to their bacfc bifance. The City" {A-1at- and its Intervals were Riitnsoy's impUs, There were f ad and needleworK stalls, besides "reneshments. 1 During a bad storm bad ov- er a week ago, the exhibition build- Ings on" Ihe fair grounds1 were badly tVfeted and damaged, but en- co-jraged-by a goverunient, grant of JlOOQ.QG to things In order agafn reAdy for our. fall fair. 'Better Inte than never'' (ha team. We have nrganrzed and elected ofHcew, taken fixed up tbn grounds Red ordfired new ualforms. The team to Fernle tomorrow; plays Sand it at home on July and meets N'elion at Oreston on'July return games at Maclco'd aud Curing (be The Foresters have arranged an ex- cursion lo KIKo for July a spec inl train leaves Cranbrook at 8 a.m., from Elko at S p.m., so that ihe plcDiokorc-wIJl a pica long provided the wealhor Is The Loyal Orange No. 5871, 'a to have a big -demonstration a! Creeton on July. 12, and have engaged a spocul train to tako them down Nelson and oVber Kootenay points will also be there to celebrate.' London, June condition irinted on the is- by the White Star Line ng that compan> from liability for by a passeugor even ilect servants 'Is llegal, according 10 a Judgment pro- rmnced .toda> by Clement if. of the. King's Bench division of th'c Hish Court of Jwtice. The point had been held over "for decision from the test case decided ast week in" whlrfi an Irish fanher, Thomas Ryan, .was awarded and cosls against'the "White Slar pany of his'sin ia'the Tilanlc disaster.-'" .7 .HOW 18 TrtlS FOR AUTOCRACY Dresden, June has keen perlously hampered here for sev- eral" months'oulng to the bad tele- phono service anil there have teen many complaints "from subscribers. Many of the InatTumonU have l.een uaeleBfl for so.iie timp. Tbo con- ''tinuoua complaints have annoyed the hfls announced that If the Con't quit grmnhjltig the sorvice be for a >ear. HAS MYSTERY TO SOLVE Fort William, June Maxim X.altznlek, ivhose wife was on iraln which lasl week aas wrec f.ear OlUvra who tLongbt that his file and two children were among tte killed, has been adrtscd Ihat the worre'n and- children' arp. .cafe am well :ln Vegreville, Alia Hev. Mr Is al a loss lo know how his family camo to be mote than thousand miles past Itie cUstlnHtlon Tfterg Only One ''Bromo Quinine" That Is Laxative Brottio Quinine HAS HEALED UP DIFFERENCEB .WITH QUEEN MARY AND-IS POPULAR "Did YouiThink of Me London, July reappearance in society Alexandra has ifcfid everybody. It is ;hat the Empress Marie of Kussia has been loug trj'Jng to p'eisuade her .sis- ter go out-more, and throusfc the dowager h.is got all the credit, which really ought lo to Queeri Mary for .the QUCCTI, too, has'been trjlng hard to get the Queen Mothtrr to take her position" up in Eoclely, Formerly'there was, friction between Ifl'o queens which resulted In Queen Alexandra retiring- very much into her stall, but nCnv all that is ended the Queen and ,pucsn. Mother drove through' tbe on'Wednes fifty together, as If to iiroclatra it to pvcrjbod.v. _ It is announced ihnl folloning the rclurn" of I'rince Albirt from cruluc he will follow his brother's footsteps and-go to tbe navy "for year. Sir Lane who 'bag jus been bntgoted for servfces rcrider ed by him lo 'the Duchess of Con naught. Ihat never in his pTOfe93lonal career has be Tmd such a plucHy pattenl. tvoi operation Htir tfoyal Highness bad to imdergi were 'he severesl known or made a murrmir; In fact, her pit he said, ivaa phcQOEnG'nal. Slio much belter since her arrival at Bag shot 1'ark. It's a Voucher for My Thoughts." "But I thought of myself u well. I'm very fond of the refreshing mint leaf juice and very load of me, "It refreshes my otowth after smok- ing and gives me an appetite. It purifies my breath and brightens my besides preventing aa eaten fetling after meals., "It's the cheapest and beat meat known. I may forget other things but I never forget to bring the fteneficiaf, IftejrpensJvc BUY IT BY THE BOX It and stays until nwd. Look for the spear Made in Canada Avoid imitations 18 iVil! Tafe up.Sale Agreements Farmers a Chance ''to Stock Farms London, June Presiding today it the. aunual meeting of the Hudson's lay Lord ,Strathcona he. nrGfiis from -trade, were the.hlgh- >st in the" company's hlsturr.- .The sum to the credit of lie land 'depart- ment also constituted a record. The conservative" policy of the directors in not forcins land low firlces n the 'past- and the' eaier'gutlc mcas- TWO WOMEN SAVED FROM OPERATIONS By Lydia E Veg- etesble OvrnStorieaHeifeTold. uns (aken to retain the gbcd will-of people of Canada by. them" modern shipping "facilities are bclns'justifled.' at present ths shareholders', greatest .asset :but ii'was a diminiBhing one, so the direct- ors felt that a proportion of the land sales should be. treated as' capital and Invested iu tbe trading side. Total .sales Ehovceti a. marked increase Furs fiatbei.ed excee'de'd prev. io'us numocrs. r Lord "Stratlicona" Jo speak of the proposed establishmentTby the company of a loan and mortgage busi- ness. It Js proposed to assist farmers fa approved applications by convert- ing their sale, agreements Into loan agreements for It folt that by re- lieving the farmer, of tbe'necessity ot'meetlng inslal'lments yearly yeV eirnlnga and ibus follow raUed farming rather than be so rfependfent as at present on wheat grouing. It la (p the advantage of APPARENTLY THEY DO NOT RE- LISH KING'S ORDER AS TO SADDLES. he would be able_tpvput his Into buildings Canada, said his that farm Beatrice, Just mymar- riage my left side began to pain mo and the pain got to it tint i suSerid terriblv with it, I vliited thrw doctors and eaeVone to optrtta en rhe but 1 would not consent lo tn op- eration. 1 htirdof the good LydiaK. Compound WM doing for others and I used hot-, ties of it.Tnlh the result Itiiven't been bothered with my'sido tlien. I am ingoftd health and I hive tiro Httls Mrs. R. B. CHILD, N eb. The Other CUM. I leel itaduty J to all surTering women to Ml whilLydia B. rinliham's Compotind did forme. One year I found i tefriWe sullerer. I had pains In both cr's should not depend entirely upon cereal crops but gt in for stock inc, horss'brecdhg and growing crops for their iise. This funt should be a good dividend earning ens snd secure the-" penietijal continuation ot tile company, a'ndt'also ad vantagcous to "Canada EDI plre. Taken as a whole the year mu: be taften as a perlod'-.of general ac tlvily in the land' market, while the sales rfccorded "and p'rfces realized firrnlfhed ample evidtnce thai company bad V.'Vi; i. I. ed degree in i ..M .1 The financial stringency throughout the world which set tew month! ago has, however, aided in bringing about a period 'of coaparp'iive -in- _ctlvlty which was especially eble towards the cloje qt thj fiscal year under review. June dictum of King George that women "riders .at the horse show must use, only- side saddles with-a jolt, as there are many 'cross saddle rldera among Kngllgh' wqnien. K'sefems liXely now that the .King .will royal order vHotten as be rides there early in 'the'morning'with Princess Tbe King's order.Is cot an entire for- the'rapid shrinkage rt OUTSIDERS ARE DOING THE HANDSOME PINCH- ER CREEK'HOSPITAL the divided skirts and the loo hunting coats worn by riders been noticed for a long'tlme In servatlve' England.. Petticoats seem doomea in the rldiag field. Even moel convenljonarriding skirts, little more than aprons. The cross saddle Is in In England all the time, for H insures comfort In riding, mounting and assures safely as well. Pincher Creek, June direct ors of the Pincher" Creek Memorial ,s'.'; hospital are .making appeal for (he sum of vhicli sum" retiuiretl to-retire.a note maturing on July. 16, and which.was given for an. 'f old ac< bt'ore i V'-V; tnaturlty-T-it cannot be renewed. Hence the-present urgent So frir there has been a very en- couragirig re'sponte. Lord Promise of; from butsida that with! men be hunting pinks. fairly safe to prophecy HE FELL OVERBOARD June fix- ing a tarpaulin on the tug_'Phyllis Williams this morning, William Da.v- Ison, aged 28, a vdeck over- board and was drowned. Last week a contribution was received from the Calgary' Brew- ing Co. Then.the Fernle-Fort.Steels Brewing Co. sent in a cheque for wl. of Cowley contributed (10, and-the local Church' ot England handed In" about- f 15. are oertelnly 11 d needless to "siy nfe thorough- ly appreciated bj the dlrec-torc. But there-. Is still a very cc-nsldenbla amount-to raise before- there wiH ba. J500 in'hand.' Who'll be next! The Central Presbyterian churcV' congregation at Buffalo are be after Rev. R. B. Knowfei of CUiC' to become their inmister, i O THC 70 QVttE 4 COLO lit MT O4f. rcninnber tlic full n.imo. signature on every box, CITY WAS EREE FROM OR'IME In suite o( the fact that the local police expected to he swampid triiiie- reports' aunng" lair E a tolal absence b( crime in the cftj-, Tho Chief attributes, this ah- to the .fact -thai nil the ijJd were spotted and rallrond- ed before they could gel time to Domlnlck JieCarthy, who was spoiled ,'bj' the ,1-elhbrldge police and given time" io, get .o'ut ol to move or do ft bit of work and 1 thought I never would[ better until sjcrstlWj rny husband ihoaght I better write to yw and I did to, alttmg my symp- toms., J commented Uklng B. Corhpootid and "toon felt like ft new woman. I no pains', slept well, hid good and could do ftlmost all rny own work for family of fonr. I shall thut I owe toy good herfUitnyourVegctsbla was arr.eatcd upon his Cwy, --j tjiughl robljlng a. fellow en rbu'to lo and TUPPER TALKS NAVY London, June Sir CharleE-Tup- pcr interviewed -regarding the future )t the Pacific, declares that. while tbe Canadian ports on both coasts should ae pr.oteclcd, this sectional protection lii the resolve itself the' greater question ot tn British nation's power to safeguard llself.'oof mefely In (iart out as 'a whole.. Britain will' always be reck- oned with bj-nny enemy not said Sir- Charles; bill as" an Empire force. TO .CONTEST HAtOtMANO C'ayugn, .July reeve of Walr.ole township and warden ot Haldlmand county, was nominated by the Haldlmarid liberals yesterday aft the In tbe next federal eloc- In Scientific War Don't way< as our mothe re treated theirs. Simply do this: Apply a Blue-Jny Right from that you Don't pare them, to the corn; 7 Don't usa liquids. tale off ths plaster Don't and lift otit the corn. Nivp.iln, j fdfmS'Ol plastrra......r.o no discoraforti A famous chemist tho corn is gone for good. ha4evolved a way to, It almost terminate a cora.' Yet corns day arw 1 And that ttay now out.la this And can to end a mlUl6n prove it in two dnys, u ot corns a month.' IS Blue-jay Corn PlaAters SwpM Free.' Mto ;