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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, July THE LETIIBRIDCE DAILY HERALD MORE ABOUT Advertising AND Results "Through our ad In the Herald on Sat- uiday we sold I screen doors :md as many We advertised refrigera- tors fairly Btroni; at the beginning oCtho season and sold All our adventising Herald iiaj-a. but we have, after a" fair trial, found that best results are gained by nurning; ad. daily in pref- erence to a larger space pnce or twice a 'week.- people "of" Lethb'rldge -and district read nnd res- pond to advertising." Arthur llayr, Mgi Hayr. Hardware Co. THESE ARE PROVE THAT JT pAYS IN THE "HERALD" CliUlM IORTHEI1 SWM5HIP3 LOT. Tfie Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route -to London on T.on Floating Palacei. 'St.- Lawrence. Sailings RMS Edward June, 12 R M S Roy.il Georga June 26 Rates 'of Passage 1st class 59250 an'd upwards 2nd class ?68 75 and upwards 3rd class Bristol or London f 32 60 Ask any railway or steamship agent for illustrated Booklets ratea, etc, or write. GENERAL AGENT, 272 MAIN WINNIPEG Or S.B.MITCHELL, Agent. C P.R Letnbridge. WARM WELCOME CHINK WAS HANDED A LEMON ely, Tilly 2 Standard says 'As a sequel to tile hauling up tw o and a squaw befoio Justice the Peace Cressman lasti week, for being intoxicated, 'it was discovered that the "Redskins had been, imbibing freely of o( lemon, procmed fiom a Chinaman living at Claresholm Upon this information our local H N W 51 P. tracked tho Indians to the of Cayley and hauled them back to on Friday to give evidence against the Chink, who was fined and tlO 40 coats, totalling a pretty eipensive of lemon juice Men and Worn en, you now have chance of regaining your health since the im- portation of VIGOROL The Great French Tonic into LethbridgCxhy J.' D. niginbotham and Co. Ltd., the leading druggists. and run tired'and full "of Do know yo" can feel bettor -in a tew (lays if you are .only wise enough to take VIGOROL, the Great French Tonic. Your pains, and aches nil! go arc run down, 10 ambition, tired and lazy, will nmke you strong. VIGOROL up the nerves, pnriiies- the removes rheurnntism, c'csnsss the whole system, drlvRs.out overytliing that' pertains to dis- ease. Disease cannot lire where VIGOROL Why Suro- ly your lifo In worth few del- lam. Well thcii, joir can buy VIOOUOI. for one dollar ft bot- tle at J. B. Iliglnbothora Co.'s drug store. CROP REPORTS ARE FAVORABLE ALl, ALBERTA SEEMS TO ENJOY OF A'RECORD YIELD Calgary, AIU., July sali- ent features of crop reports from all over the province arc the universally splendid growth made in every dis- trict following the.recent timely rain and tlic increased acreage tivation propitious weather during the next two months there should he H record crop in-Alberta'.' Both in the north and south spring wheat is heading out and has leached a giowth vaijiug iiom elgllt to twenty-four inches. TlKro is every indication also of a >ei) good luy Meld The majoril) of points report .excellent grass crojs. Haifa is phenomenal and will far exceed any previous year. All crops'arc'about two weeks ahead .of same period last and it is es- timated that in southern Alberta the )ield will bo siUv per cent greater Ihan last vear. Winter wheat is av- eraging thirty inches ami will be lead) foi harvesting three eeks'.Both oats-aud bailei appear well advanced and in splendid condi- tion. In some wheat fields 'in' tbe south where cut worms have done dam- age, (lax has been substituted and is coining fast. Damage from any source lias.been very light, and none-is re- ported" nortlu to cut worms So theie has bc'en no loss through though slight showers have fall- en here and Farmers every- where appear particularly optimistic as to the prospects of." a bumper for up to the present the amount of moisture from rain and spells of heat following have been most opportune. ENGLISH PAPERS -CONJURE UP CHARACTER SKETCHES SOME BEING FUNN.Y London, fulj mcmbeis of the Canadian colonj jouinev- cd to (Jucenbtovvn'tO greet Joriien and ic. on the wlucji will and tlicie, desiring to start holiday- ng at the Lakes of Killarney. -Tbe ord Mayor of Bristol intends offlci ailv welcoming .Premier Gordon at Vvonniopth SovQral papers odaj have special sketches of Prem- er. Borden. TV Daily Mail savs has the quiet cultivated digmtv of an Eng- ish statesman of flft} vearb ago Sir Vllfnd Lauriei'with.ail Ins- mapiet- sm coul.l not keep his ministers in order, but'Premier .-Bordcn will not peimit -what Sir Wilfrid was forced to overlook." The Uailj News savs "Premier Jorden may be called Canada's Ar- thur Balfonr, xHls iicrsuasive'wkv of speaking reminds one of the professor of cloisters- rather than a popular conception of a ronubi; son of an over- seas empire." The Daily Standard insists that Canada must have its own navj, Jonning street, administration being uaeparably associated with taxation n English self-governing commum- Jes: Tile Daily Minor has a full page portrait of Premier Borden TO PREMIER MARSH JACKSON DR. JOHN ODLUM DIES AT WOODSTOCK Julj John Od Him, for tuenty-sk years a medical practitioner_here, died after a jears Inesa. WAS ARRESTED FEDERAL OFFICER ALLEGED TO HAVE ATTEMPTED IN QUILL Eegina, Jul> 2 "T-hat ahout June at EsasVt lie (Marsh Jackson) nid promise Jjto procure a verbal consideration, name- ly a pre-emption for per acre pay- able in ten vears v.'ithout interest-for F W Strange, of Quill Lake, con- trary to section 39.2, section of the Saskatchewan election Tbe foregoing is charge upon which Marsh 'Jackson, of WinniiJeg, v, as, arraigned before Magistrate Trant this afternoon in" the -police court, Jackson wab arraigned a few days ago at Quill Lake on an information out W II Gardiner, the uariant lor the airest being issued by W I J P of that place When the case was called he- fore Magistrate Trant, a remand was granted for thice to bring in witnesses. MILK KIVER Milk River, July the past few days fresh-ened things some coun- tenances. Mr Jas Mehm is building a cot- tage for himself in the village -Mr. C.: Proaser has returned, frqm his trip to Scotia, and reports a pleasant time, but says two months is a long time to be away sunshine. Watch him raise part- ridges now. He brought a setting of eggs aloiip. DYSPEPSIA MADE Page 5 Suffered Agony Until "Fruit-a-tiw" Cured Him Hundreds of ptople gladly testify to the wonderful curative powers of the umoiii fruit medicine, To those now suffering with Indigestion, Drsptpsn or other Stomach Troubles, this letter of Mr. Stirling, the well known estate of Western ihowa tbe way to a sptedy certain c.lre. i Gl.EKCOE, ONT AUG 15th 1911 .10 beneficial to, me when I suffered nith distreisiug Dyspepsia, that I inform }OU of their satisfactory reiults.' Althongli I have, in suffered agony Dyspepsia, 1 am now in perfect health.- "Fniit-a-tives" plished the desired result" N. C STIRLING. "Fruit-a-tives" wilLCiire-every trace otliullgestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach Bloating, Pain After Eating, Biliousness and Constipation. "Fruit-a-tives" is remedy In the'world made v of fruit juices and valuable tonics 5oc a boi, 6 for trial size, 2jc. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price b> l'ruit-a-Uves Limited, Ottawa GRASSY LAKE'S DEMONSTRATION RAIN INTERFERED SERIOUSLY, BUT PROGRAM WAS PUT ON AS ADVERTISED Glass} Julj to the ram, the Dominion Day celebiatlon did not come off as good as expected NevertSeless, a .very-, good line or sports 'vvas given in the afternoon, as the vveathei clearedt4ip enough to do so Tha new-grounds fixed up verj well, considering the short time in which tlie committee had to work, as a race track was made, and part of the grounds fenced, with a now pa ulion built inside The fust sports pulled off were tbe horse- raceb which were good, al though 'the track w ea very hea-v j The races were wgn bv the following Pony II Maxwell's Trntie, 1, Mr Dawson's Cronje, 2 Free For 'Hall's 1, J H. ell's. 2 Cowboy Daw son's Cioiije 1, R'C.'Beckw, .'Girls' Daw son's Cronje, Miss Hall's Bildy, 2 the and Gras- sj Lalte lined up lor game in which Burde'tg ivvbn'put'-by a score of 93. U was aSery poor exhibition of the game, but as tha-teams hadn't all their own men, they 'did the best they could under'the circumstances. The team from Hedcllff-was expect- ed down for tfie'Say; but'they failed .to turn' up. A number of Terr eictting men's, boys' and girls' were run, in which quite a number took part As the Taber football team did not come down to play tne regular league game "With Grassy Lalte, a five a side game took place among local players Andww Raisbeck's team won in tbe end, atter a verj exciting game. In the evening a dance, given bi the football club was held in Perry's Hall, which was largely attended RigS'a orchestra of Burdett furnished music for the evening. v _ Considering the kind of weather, the, celebration was a ov- er five bundled people paid for id -mission to the-S'roiinds ;NEW DEPUTY MINISTER Winnipeg, lulj J Golden, deputy minister of agriculture for Manitoba, has been appointed head of the Immigration vvoi'k of tbe pro- vinriil in the United States Prof S A Bedford, of Mani- toba-Agricultural College, has appointed to succeed Mr Golden SOCIETY FOLKS WHO ATTENDED THE REPUBLIC AX CONVENTION AT CUICAG DONATIONS TO THE HOSPITAL Tho following list of con- tnbiilions received to (Utc by tlic canvassers or the'.Hospital :Aid Soci- ety. The North .Wat'd results arc not in )d, but furthei collections have bmi postponed until tlic autumn. The society is niost'gratelul for Ithc gen- uilh uliich the gen- erally.; have responded to their ap- peal I'Oiimi Mrs. Collector :Naismith, A. 'Friend, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. L. Mrs. W. A. Huchanan, Wrii. Head Co.; Dunham, Mrs. Nourse Ccntr.il Lumber Co Lind- say, Freeman and McL'eod, Colpman, Gco Mrs I ollibrldgc, Mrb A." 11 Slafloid A. Tavior Mrs: A. G. Can.eron, Mrs; Freeman, Mrs. M.' Hose; G. .-Gainer-, on, L Ban den, Mrs Win Scott, Ro) riectnc Co Win. Iii- gram, Mis J) L F C! Mrs Forbes, F Cameron, Mrb J Gort, A Friend, Sing L. 4 Scott, A L F (Jonnell 'I bonus 50c G V Graham, A Friend, Mis Ufav Bipman, Mrs (.ougalton, 25o R Meadows, Mrs. Lyons, ;Mrs. .J. Trcv- alon, John Rov, Jas. Holmes Total SIXTH AND SEVENTH STS. Miss Rogers, Collector. Securities liarnesiev, Mr Lewis, ta Land now'sloy-Mulhcrn. Co., Higinbolham, Mrs. Nimmons, I-age Winters 4, Kcrr, McClmton, II V Friend, Ed.'Peck J. Ross, Mrs (alaj'7er, Mrs Richards, ington, R. E Mrs Cd- Mr Mr Devme, Mr Cochlme, Mr Dans, W H Beach Friend 25c Spence Rufushbcrg. riFHl AVF FIFTH VYD A AND FIFTH ST v> Miss Jonci, Collector 00 Mrs Morgan Mitchell, Mrs R M Scott, Loth budge Saddlcrj Cn Hcdley Drug Co. L Leach, W P Mrs. Daws'on, Miss Miss'J. McKay, .Mrs. (I. K.CIT.; 50c Mrs. Wiird, Mrs Iceple, Mrs Taboi, Mrs Mrs.. A. Friend 25t- Mr. McDonald; lOc-Mrs. 'Borne., To- SEVENTH AVE. Jlrs. C. V. Smith, Collector SlO.OO-Mrs. C'. F, Smith Mrs. Dun, Mrs. Church; SI.OOMrs. H Necliind, Mrs Mrlntjic, .Mis. Ilod- Krod Hogg, Mrs. A. Mrs. F. HaVlllcin, Dr. Rivers; 11. II Discr; M. Aitken J. A. Jones; .'Friend. :Total SIXTH UC. TCX'III bT Mrs. R. J. Gordon, .Collector 00-Mrs- C McKillop 00- Wr SI McN'alh, A Fncnd, Trlend, A Friend, Mrs McCartv, Mrs. Cullough Friend, 50c-Mrs- Wellington, Mis Redman, Mis llul- lerl, Mis Cuimmngs Oar- son, A" Friend, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Fill- ins, A Friend, Friend, A Frluid, Mrs A Friend, R I' Wallace, Mi's Kathleen Southard, JMrs Friend Whelan Vbrahai'ison, Friend, Mrs Jackson, Mis S McRac Fr.end 'THIRTEENTH. STREET Mrs.- A. Southard, .Collector C U Dow man, Mrs Stafford, Hit D. Smith V.rs I' F Kirkham, Mis Stanley Kirkham, .Simons, Mr J Salld- qllist Totai-St1 00 THIRD Miss Gladis Downci, Collector Paving Go SlO-Rog- cis-Cunniiigham Co, S5 fctac'ei, 'i D KeMii, T 'S Lussier, C. B Bowman, E A Cunningham, Becker t Yatcs, N Pnicht, Sidnov Jaclson 52 00 Mr A1- Virtue O'Hag.in, Mrs Young, Mrs Mrs Bakas1, Mrs Tail, Mis Gallivau A ira) cloths 00 SECOND. .-A-VE. JIri F W Downer, B Turnei i. Co McMa- hon i, Qmnil, Mis Donncr R Fairhrotlici D J F 0 llulc, C Barnes, F. CHANGE yo brand for tha Scotch Whitkey that detervet iU high reputation. At all BUCHANAN'S E Humphries, A Friend, Mrs. A Friend, Hah Lung, V Friend, Mrs Mc- Lcllan, fruit 80 HTHAND 12TH STS.'AND RIVEB VIEW Mrs Aindcison, Colicctor. x S500-Mrs S ,J Shepherd, MlM Rogers, Mrs I R 00 IJui-li .Scott, 00 Mrs. Bloih.Mrs T- DaMdson, Mrs II J. Goole, J'.is Oillespie Mrs, Heslop, Peat, Mrs Mrs JBudi! Reid, Mcuaughlin 'Connor, Mrs Stafford, Miss 'I 05 riGltril STREET j Audrrv Neale, Collector j "i 00-5'.- Butler, Mrs Stew ait, Jjlrs Bobmson Murrell- Wallace 00- Neale, Mis Mrs ,Iar- jiis, -M rncnd, Mis Bentlcv v 50Cr A Friend Clarke 'I 65 (FINED FOR RUIN NING SUNDA.V CARS -Toionto July complaint of William Kerley of SI TMomas, the London and Lake ErUfc Transportation Company was today ftned bj Clmn. cellor Bojd, J1200 for aperating rad- ial cars on, Sunday. _., MRS. JOHN MR. H. P. FLETCHER AND MRS, J, BORDEN 'ft Keep Out the Weeds Weeds unchecked will ruin the crop. It isn't sufficient to plough and sow well in Spring and Fall and leave the rest toji'nature. There are weeds to fight. There are weeds in Business, of competition and pubdc indif- ference from without, and of lack of enterprise from ,that unchecked seriously retard business, Cultivation is the only effective weed-killer. Keep cultivating and the weeds never get a chance to thrive. There is a combination plough and harrow, fertilizer and spray, for every effective weed-killer that mil keep out the weeds. It is Advertising II is not enough to plough and sow well with advertisements in Spring and Fall and leavo the rest to human nature. Human nature and the respect your customers bear you are not proof against the Summer weeds that can thrive on rest and apathy. You must keep busy in the'hot must keep cultivating. 1 Turn Summer dullness into, activity by Sum-i mer Advertising. Plan Slimmer 'attractions and plant for a crop of Summer profits, and the Advertising cultivation will keep out the weeds. Keep Cultivating ,Keep Advertising KEEP OUT THE WEEDS "1 ,r 'AdTkc reprdiu your problems thimiEli Cniy or the Pecrclary o( the Ctnsdian PKM Associsbon. Room 403 Lumpen Buildinj, Toronto. Enquiry involve. M obligition if ;