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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEi limUDGi: DAILY HERALD ELLISON MILLIMC ELEVATOR CO., ltd. ICTHBHIOCt Airs HR. KAAKE UPHELD BY SCOUT OFFICERS NO HOPE IN BORDEN FOR WESTERN FARMER Wlnnlpofc, Man., July 5,-I'ndev the caption "Thp Aftormnth of Borden's Tour," the Oraln Orowers' Gtilric snys todaj*: "Mr. Borden's tour In now nearing its close nnd It Is pertineni to Innulre what h�s ^epn the net re-resuli of the cnmpnisn which has lipen wnitPd by the lenders of the fonser^'atlve party In the Prnlrle Provinces. One of the features of In the waUe of the Conservative leadlnp Is n feeltUR of Indignation caused not only hy .Mr. Borden's tour luit also by the Btlltudo of the Oov-ernnient 'upon the western Issues, 'flits foclinft Is nvinifestlnR Itself In a demand that condidntes lie nominated In every lonslltuency regardless of parly, who will flRht In Parliament for every plank of the farmers' plat the tour has been the hearty wel--^form. .Mrearty conventions have beeij come to the leader of the Opposition [ oint-d him one of our scoutmasters. count of the protective tariff w^^hich both parties have supported since confederation. The idea that trusts can be controlled by legislation while a protective tariff exists is like attempting to eradicate a disease without reference lo the cause. Following ing to the western people. They will nominaie candidates In whom they have confidence and who will have backbone enough to stand up against all odds tor the welfare of their constituencies. Whprp these candidates are nominated as Mborals. Conservatives or Independents, they will be men who w-ill place principle above party. In nominating such men the western people are taking upon themselves a great deal of responsibility. Such candidates cannot he expected to finance the whole cost of their contests and the people must conirlhuie generously to the legiti-. mate expense of the fight for Justice. The special Interests contribute largely to th support of all the "stand pat" machine candidates of both sides and will make a desperate fight to overthrow .iny candidate nominated by the people. Public opinion is the greatest thing of the day. Writis Tki Tmsinr Of CaMoiii Towflslilp FKNACMVAtl!, ONT., Jan. jgtli, 1910. For thirty-five years (atiJ I am now a man over seventy) I have been a terrible sufferer from Cftnstipatioii. No matter what remedy or physician 1 employed, the re.^ult was always the same-impossiWe to get a cure. About two year.i ago, I read the I testimonial of Hon. .lolin Ccwtican re-! RardinR "Vr-uit-a-tives" and I decided to {five this fruit medicine ,a trial, I have uiied "Pruit-a-tives" ever since. They are the first and only medicine that' suited my case. If it were not for "I'ruit-a-tives", I am siati.'fied that I could not live." JAMKS rROfDl'OOT. The liver controls the bowels by giving up enough bile to make the bowels move. The only possible way to cure constipation is to'innUe the liver active anil healthy and thus store up sufTicicnt bile to move the bowels. "Fruit-a-lives" arts directly on the liver-ensures an abundance of bile- and causes the bowel.^to move regularly and ualurally. 30c, a box, 6 for |2.Jo, trial size, '35c. At dealers, or from Fruit-a-tivea I^iinited, Ottawa. COMPENSATE THE WORKERS New Workman's Compensation Act Which Goes Into Effect in Washington Spokane. Wash., July 4.-Adequate protection for employer and employee, increased safety of Industrial operations, sure and certain relief for workers injured at hazardous occupationa and their families, elimination of litigation and regulation by slate police powers of dangerous trades, are some of the advantages claimed for the workman's compensation act, which will become effective in Washington on the flt'st day of next October. The theory of the act, which was adopted by the last legislature, Is stated in these, words: "The welfare of the state depends! cn its industries and even more upon the welfare of its wage-earners." All factories, mills and workshops Bified and certain premiums fixed for each class. The employers are re-nuired to pay three months' premiums Into the state trea.sury on or before October 1, IPll. After December 31, monthly p.-tyments are required; provided, however, that if any industry has a sullicient amount on deposit with the state lo take care of its accidents no further payments 1 shall be required. Each industry is responsible i'r'y for the accidents occurring In ihKt j class. It Is Intended that the r.cci-dent fund shall be neither more or less than self-sup.noning. The rates are subject to readjustment, depending on the number of accidents nnd the need for compenBation ot Injured wcr'ivmen. Employers are required to report accidents promptly, and their books, records and pay-rolls must be open for inspection by the commisgion. Refusal to permit inspection is made a misdemeanor and the employer is also penalized Jion for each offence, to be collected by action in court and paid Into the accident fund. Misrepresentation in his pay-roll makes the employer liable to 10 times the difference between the correct and the ts-rong figures. If the eni-|)loyer refuses or fails to pay his monthly assessments, a workman In- I'arents of deceased unmarried workmen receive $20 a month up to time deceased wouM have been 21 years of age. When totally disabled. loss of both arms or one leg and arm, sight, paralysis or other injury preventing Ihe workman from doing any work, entitles him to *-'0 a month if unmarried; if supporting wife or InvallA husband, l-'6 a month; if the husband is not an Invalid, ll,";. For each child under Ui years, t5 additional a month up to a total of $35. In case of death of the tolally disabled worker, the widow or widower receives $20 a raont.h until death or remarriage and $5 a month additional for each child under HI years. Orphaned children receive $10 a month. When disabled by the loss of a foot, leg, hand or arm, eye or fingers, the workman will receive a certain cash lump sum up to $1,SOO. The loss of an arm at the elbow Is made the maximum injury and the payment for other injuries is scaled down by the commission. If the injured workman resides or moves out of the slate the commission may lump the monthly payments, not to exceed $1,000, based on the .\raerican mortality table. Any decision of the comttilasion is subject to appeal In the superior courts. World News Fresh From The Ticker where machinery is used, come under , the act, as also do foundries, quarries, ' '"''^'^ service may sue in the mines, smeltert:, powder works, brew-j "^"'"''^ employer's defences ,. , , I erie.s, elevators, docks, dredges, laun- "fellow servant." "assumption of 'r:' .P^'n^'^f- -K-n-mg. -o.^.n^.;'^-;'^,;-; -contribulory negligence", tng our meeting. Except for one dis- ""^''enng. ship-building, railroad and '�^�"'''*'e'l- tenting voice ihe council are united!building operations, street- P"'"'^ 'i" premium can be In their action regarding the Scouts. W. B. BUR.N-ETT, President. W. S. BALL, Acting Secretarv W. V. Mc.MlLLEN, Chaplain.' A. rafto.\-c..\.?:ning. Councillors. The Herald's heading over the Boy Scout meeting was not prompted by the allegation in regard 10 .Mr. Kaake's dispo-sal of the proceeds of the sale ot badges, but by the rumpus at the meeting. To our mind the airing of the differences in the council was not helpful to ihr- commendable movement among the boys. Diiferences in an organization of this kind, amongst boys who are supposed to be :sei an oirample by their elders, should be settled in a quiet way.-Ed. Hoiald. and interurban' ralfroads;'electrical i"�"''ctcd from t,t>e wages of the wo>-k- man, the violation by the employer of this section of the law being a gross misdemeanor, punishable by one year In the county jail or hy a fine of $1,000 or both. The schedule of payments for var-I ious injuries is as follows: In the event of death, expenses of WEST ELGIN CANDIDATES St. Thomas, July +.._\VeBt Elgin Liberals nominated Donald .McXish ex-.M.P.P., for Ihe Huuse of Commons an dH. S. McDiarmid for the legislature. MATHIEU6 -~v iNERVlNE.PO^TO. HAJIMLE88 BUT HELPFUL - No injurious druga. if jmnr dealer does not keep thorn, we will Dutll you a box (18 pow-dem) on receipt of 25 cents. J. L. MATHIEU, � Proprietor!, __Ihet^rooke, P. Q. power and heating plants and steam-bpats. One hundred and fifty thousand dollars has been appropriated by the state lo bear the expense of administrating the law, and Governor Hay has appointed a commission to have full charge of the Industrial insurance work, Including the collection of premiums and the .idjnstment and sel-tlrtnent of claims.. The commission, which is compo.sed of George .\. Lee of Spokane, chairman; C. A. Pratt of 'Vacoma and J. 11. Wallace of Seattle, has power to create new classes and esiabllBh new rates. Howard L. Hind-ley, of Spokane, is secretary, with headquarters at Oiympia. The law provides that each industry in the sUite shall contribute a certain percentage of its pay-roll to an accident fund, from which vaiious sums are paid out (or total or pari; rtiaabiliiy or on death to the family and dependents of the injured workman, Ihe e;ipenfle of handling the funds being home by the state. Injured workmen, their famlUea or de-I>pndents, cannot recover by law except where the Injury is caused hy the inlonl of the employer, in which caso the workman or his family may recover not only the sums duo under this act, hul also may sue for any excess of danKige over ihose amounts. NYhore a workman is injured because the em|)loyer has neglected lo observe the, safcgMards rsqtiired by law or by the regulatloiAS of the department, Ihe employer muat pay nfl per cent, more than the fixed amounts, Whore the workman IntentlonBlly injures himself he receives no benefit. The.Industries of the t�'o are clas- ; burial, $75; payments to widow or Invalid widower, J'Jf) a month while unmarried, $'-4ii in a.lump sum on remarriage of the widow: for each surviving child tinder Ifi, $.5 a month, monthly amount limited lo $.15; If no widow or widower survives, $10 a ; nTmu+( to each child under Ifi years. The same rule applies to children who become ornhans hy death of surviving p;irenl, with monthly limit of $:'.5. Dependents will he paid 50 pen cent, of the average monthly support formerly received from the deceased workman, limited to $20 a month. DISTRia NEWS BOW ISLAND Thompson Whitney is home from college at Toronto to spend the holidays, Mrs. n. E. A. Colp returned last week from Lethbridge where she has boen under medical Irenimont the past month. Mrs. C. U. Hands and hnby Don-alda returned from Ihe Medicine ILil hospllnl Thursday nnd was the giieal of Mrs. Henderson a few days. Chfts. Keene, who had his collar bone broken in n nniaway with a load of posts three weeks ago, had to have the bone rebroken recently. Married nl Lelhbrldge, Wednesday, Miss Lottie Amelia .vmblia and Robert Howard, both popular young people of South Bow Island. Hearty congratulations and best wishes accompany the happy couple. They returned Saturday from a trip lo tJanff and will begin liousekepping on the homestead ai '.ill. .Master Frederick Mills entertained in honor of his SIh birthday Monday. Judging by the number thai turned out In spite of the weather and llie quality of the amusements that were In order, the Isi would liavo been a grand success if the weather man had been in heller humor.. One good b:ill game, Whilla and Rurdetie. was played in the morning, 1-5 for Hurdett. In the afternoon the Board of Trade threw open LIndqulsl Hall lo whoever cared to dance and ii was crowded until six o'clock. The sky cleared at dusk, allowing Ihe display of fireworks. The boxing contest was a big feature lo the men and resulted in a clean swift game and a draw, nnd then Hoivglin'a commodious hall was crowded unlil midnight. Prof. Trem-Ulay's orchestra was in at tendance. Everybody was looking blue two weeks ago tor fear it could not rain here and now they are looking blue for fear It cannot stop. The ground is thoroughly soaked and all the sloughs arc full and everybody is planning on more breaking. Hail hit a few crops near Sunnyvale doing some damage. The patrons of the Pioneer meat market are sorry to see .Mr. Ijomas sever his connection with the firm to devote his entire attention to his farm. Doji'f wjiit. fill ctiiiK''nuiid' -make sure XOW (hat, you 'i � liHve one of --^""^^ NO - OTHKll WAKIIBOARIIS CA.\ (HVE ,1 h . ^,/'Ol''rilE SAME GENIUNE SATISFACTION iMadc In different styles aiul sizes to suit the tastes of different people. At nil good Grocers. Till: PKAiKii: V(ii:\cii:s, limited Successors to The Office Appliance Co AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF-Office Specialty Coy's. Filing 0� vices and Supplies-Smith-Premier Typewriters and Supplies-Ribbons for all Kinds ot Typewriters-Ellam's Duplicators and Supplies-Success Kitchen Cabinet-And Other Soeclaltlei -PHONE OR WRITE US, PROMPTNESS OUR MOTTO P. O. BOX 122-PHONE 629, i" day callers of .Mr. Lynk's, also .Mr. and .Mrs. Galli.cer . Karl Jones has a sister visiling him at present. Pearl Paulson and Alta Holdcn stayed overnight with Mrs. Baugh-man lasi Tuesday. Several of Ihe boys frniu here hnvo gone lo Ihe irrigation ditch lo work. Oscar Olson made a trip lo Gran-um this week. Mr. Shirley has moved his stock of goods in toihp hall, wiiich makes a nice, roomy place for a sloro. E POLISH "Good for Loather- Stands the Weather' I M Shines in a moment (and lasts for a week. Blnck or tan, at all grocers and shoo stores. I the leading Business College of the Northwest - where young people can receive a thorough buslncBH training. Shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, commercial law, etc. Is in sesstion twelve months In the year. No entrance examinations. Board and room at very reasonable rates. Wc secure iHislMons for our students. Our new beautifully Illustrated catalogue sent free upon request. Write for II NOW. h. C. 15laih PRINCIPAL 18T A MADISON, SPOKANE C. F. Aylcsworth, U.L.S., au old-time resident of Hastings County, is dead. , lohn Hest, M.P., has been reuom-j inated for the Dominion Ilouse hy UufSerin, t>nt , Conservatives. It is Rencrally thouph that Germany will follow Great irit.un's lead in accepting Ihe principles od, England, did not take | place, because the bri(ie-t(j-he dropped dead live minutes after landing nl {Quebec. They had been separated for torly'-fivc years. A wnnuin named Florence R. CJush-, ing, of Boston, [lut an end to lior lifcj in San Francisco ijy juuiping Ii'om k\ hotel window. A note which slie left' read that '-her trouble made licr desperate." \Vi)i. Marshall, mining cotnnii.'is.ii'i-cr of ihe Toronto alid (Jrev iiilmg l)c\el(i|imciit company, his assignee, today entered a million dollar ili.m-agc suit againsl H. I,. Giimour .iiid the Montreal .Street Itaiiw.iv Ccj , toe breach (if contract anil failure to dr-livcr the Sterling Mines, Ontario. President Tail in siieaking to the di.sableri veterans, at Marion, iowi, said that if Kngland had adopted tb.15 same eolonial policy years .ago as i.he. is today, the United States v.ould probably be a part of the .�;m|iire, similar lo Canada,, .^^ at the inosi^nt. time. SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Sundial, July 8.-Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Rose and baby, .Mai, Miss Ald-rogh, .Mr. and Mrs. Connor and ch^i-ren. Mr. J. W. Farley and several others spent a few days camping at the mouth of the river. B. G. Dunn went to Carmangay on Tuesday returning on Wednesday. David .Mathews nnd daughter. Mlf.= I Cora, called on Roht. .Mathews at Sweet Valley, on Saturday, returning on Sunday. .Miss Anna .\ndarson and Mr. Will Andrews called on .Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Gourlle, of Rowvillc, from Wednesday until Thursday evening, and also attended the celebration while there. A large ntimber of the Sundial people attended the celebration at Brln-ton of Lone Star on Saturday. .Misses M. and S. Engen, .Messrs: Dunn and Woodcock, and others spent the tst of July at Cavmniigay. -Mr. Delaney and .Mr. .Anglin also Spent the day in the thriving town. Miss Alice Williams visited with Miss .M. Thompson, of Bowvillc, last week. Nils Belaldin made his last trip for the mall service on Friday. Mr. Roberts has started 011 a piece of breaking two miles northwest of Sundial. .Mr. and .Mrs. C. F. Oseeu and family were down at the Little Bow ou Sunday. Geo. Logan and Walter Mathews have taken a contract on the irrigation ditch. .loe .Main is recovering rapidly nnd was out for a little drive on Friday. Mrs. Hans Johnson, who has been on the sick list, is able to be about again. IRON SPRINGS NOTES A couple of weeks ago two cows beionging lo Molloy Brothers, of Iron Sprlnss. were struck bv lishlniiig, .Mr. K. Kingston preached at llie ; school house on Sunday inornin?. All ' his old friends were pleased to see | and hoar hiui. He is slatinned at , present near ( laresboim. He pur- ' poses atiending college at Edmonton , this fall. j School closed on Friday. Miss i Cousins, our popular teacher, fur-j nishcd the youngstors with a treat for the occasion. The Misses Editli Brown, Irtna Dickout, Mar.gery Himt and .^Ir. Kingston, were visitors at the Ecliool on Friday afternoon. Horace Pearson Is Just recovering from an attack of fever. A number nf Iron Springs penplo ! attended the celebration at Diamond City on Saturday. SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley, June I'.li.-On account 0' the rainy weather no one from Sweet Valley attended Cne i)ic-nic at l-iowville on the 'JSth. Mrs. Ilarrv Rickett has .Misn Thomas, from Carmangay, visiting her for a few days. Mrs. Goeson is visiting this .veek with hei d-iughler, .Mrs. Olson. Mrs. Patrick, of Champion, s e\-pec;e'l cut this week to attend "lu l''o..itb al ' el wood. Will Turley has returned from ClareMiclm where ho purchased \o\ir lorMc; After this he will lie learipg u,-) ;he soil. .'W. F.nd Mrp. Daiighm^n were Sun- HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Under the direction of tlie Sisters of the Holy Names of .lesus and Mary. First Class Boarding and Day School. Primary and Grammar Grades, State Accredited High School. Advanced Normal Course of Two 'VearB accredited by the Stale of Washington. State Ulplomns conferred. .Music and Art Studio. Write to Sister Superior for Year Book, Spokane, Wash, AID TO THOROUGHBRED STALLIONS Durin.g recciil years many appeals have liecn nuidc to the lliuinrahle Sydney Fisher, Minister of Agriculture, t)>- borscinon aiixinus lo bring about an iiLiirnvement in Ihe (|uality of our light horse st^^ck and who are of opinion that for lliis an infM:;Joii of 'I'liorouglibrcd lilofui js rs-sf'iiiial. Uccogiiizing the i(uce of llu'sc a|)peals as well as the iuiport-�Mci) of the subjeol, Mr. Fisher has decided lo grant assistance under certain specified conditions to persons mainlainiug tiioroughhred stalUons for service in llie various provinces. In deciding upon lliis step the iSIjii-islcr lias licpii largely inducnccil by the fact lhal while stallions of other rcci)giii'/ed breeds, when in callable hand;., arc as a rule Vairly iirnlitablo, Ibis is seUioui the case with regard lo the lliorouglihrcd, the advantages of iueoriing lo horses of this class being unfortunately not fully realized hy the present gciieration of Canadi-rn faruMTS. 'I'lie lack in our light liorses of the qi'ality derivable ouly from the infusion of Tliorouglihred blond is the subject f)f adverse comment bv nil I'airoliean lioisriiien who visit llic Dominion v.-llli a view lo investigating i(s possibilil ics as a field for the purcluise nf horses whether for iimU-tary purposes or tor ordinary saddle or harness use. In this ciuuiectiou it slidulil lip rciiien.'hcrcd lliat while horsi's for the last iiauii'd, or in fact, for any of these purposes, ii'.ay well be brnii from sires other tluin ihor-nughhted, it is nf importance thai on tli'j side of the dam there shouUl, in order lo produce the best results, be, in such cases, a siroiig admixture of 'riioroughbred blood. The cniulition.s under which nssist-ancn will he given are as foUnws :- (U .Ml horses on .iccoiiiil of which aid is given by Uie Departnieul must he legistercd in the 'I'linrouglihred .Stud lin(d< nf the Canadian National Live SInci; [Records. (2) liorses shall lie of good size, (lunlity and conformation and shall be free from all hereditary iiiisoiind-i;ess ; these conditions In he ensured hy subiiiisslnn nniiiially to a thoi--