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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Herald. .July 6 Down vs Shaking Which JCOXTKAGTOKS FIGHT TO He's SHAKING an He bends nearly double, exerts all Ins strength, works up a prespiration, and gets a sore back. ;Now. the woman. She stands nearly erect, gently moves the lever to and fro, a few inches, and the ashes are dropped into the Sunshine ash-pan. This is called ROCKING DOWN, It's so easy a cMld can do it Which method do you prefer? Why, Rocking )bwn, of course. 51 _., o? Go to our agent in your locality. Let him show you the many ornwv time-saving, labor-saving and fuel-economizing of the Sunshine. Order Mm to install the Sunshine a guarantee to heat your home to your entire satisfaction. r f f andon, Toronto. Montreal. .Vancouver, St. John, NJB., Hamilton, Calgary. for sale by IICI-SEHl MHflWllBf CO., Lethbridge TEAMSTEKSWON -THE TEST: CASE Magistrate Gives Decis- ion That Stirprises the Counsel George-Prentice, a -teamster en- gaged in hauling gravel for the ce- ,ment, .this morning sum- monsed by-George ?f. McLean, rep- reseating the licensed draymen of the carrying the business of draying -without a license contrary to. the: provisions of By-law- No. 17. The case was intended to be a test as to ..whether or .not the action oL the city council in passing an amend- the by-law exempting dray- men engaged exclusively or. citer pub- lic Trorks "necessity .of "talc-; mg. out licenses, 'is-legaL'. W; Ives appeared on behalf of McLean, and the draymen and the city solici- tor on behalf of Prentice. The evidence of McLean merely went to show that Prentice was taul- ing gravel for 90 cents per yard to a place where public works were being carried OIL Chief G-illespie was placed on -tite stand to show .that Prentice did not have a license. 2s Q mention was made of Prentice working for a contractor or .any- body else" other.'than .the city. The magistrate, ..however, fined Prentice costs and delivered a strongly worded "calling down" of the city solicitor for putting by-laws on .the statutes which he, the magis- trate, declared illegal. The reasons given for the decision mused.some surprise among the law- rers, and: others present, and the city solicitor. says he will" certainly ap- peal the case. Montreal Unions De- mands Will Be Ko- fused 'V'J fight to a fin- j ish was decided at a "meeting' held by members of the; leading contractors today: to consider ;the sudden -stride of tie brk'klayers aiia stone masons unions.. it was decided .that (should put up a firm and united suuid, against, the demands of- .the union .for "recognition of the "union and the closea shop. Not only did the various firms agree to this, but jthey also agreed to each put up a j-deposit of as a. guarantee that they would staad by their agree- ment and see che fight through. It was stated at the meeting that the contractors might as well put up the fight now, as any other time and that unless they did, the present 'trouble would simply mean that a number of similar would be which .would result in their-. business being pretty much run by the unions. "The .general. feeling of j that a fight was j i inevitable and that 'the sooner it was met the better the' chances of j winning. Ottawa, .July H. ilcGuigan, formerly of tie Grand Trunk Rail- way will represent 'the C..P. R. on stands about three feet higk, tS.e with fine large heads aid kernels and the straw is strong. >It does not show any signs ol dry wea- ther. A splendid sample of alfalfa comes from the same farm. Mr. Mudimein is one of of Southern Al- berta's good "dry" farmers as these Demand Always Increasing Becaysa "Fniit-a-liw" Cures The real value of any article may be judged by the demand for it. Steadily increasing sales are the- surestiadieatioa of .intrinsic merit This applies -to a medicine as well as to a breakfast food. First introduced to the public ia. Ottawa, the fame of qnicily spread, until to-day these fruit juice tablets are known and used in every section of the :Dominion. Tne only reason for. this extraordinary demand is that Fruit-a-tives'Mi the only meaicine in tiic world made of fruit, and is the only remedy that will positively' cure Bilious- ness, Indigestion, Pyspepsia, Backache, Headache, "Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Bladder and Kidney Troubles. One has only read the testimonials given to'' Fruit-a-tives'' by some of the best known and most highly esteemed people of Canada, to appreciate -the wonderful, amount of good that this grand fruit medicine has done and Is doing for the sick and suffering. 500. a box, 6 for or trial box, 250. At receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Xinaited, Ottawa, Tiic 'of the house fly Is a public1 duty. y. American State Board of Health is carrying aanst origin' anci habits, and "the; fact that .his body is generally laden with disease-producing germs, makes hini one of the greatest enemies of the human race. If the housekeepers of Canada will use WIN N I PEC: WON j, FROM ..July .the heat for the-Steawrd's the. Winni- peg lour beat: the Thames Rowing Club by a :biu-e length after a-liard; race. The Win iiipeg crew will now row in the final tomorrow; Industrial Disputes. Act, which, will deal with the dispute 'between .the company and its commercial tele- Igraphers, It was thought thai; Ken-' laedy. Dustan, general of the Bell Telephone -Company, would rep- resent the company, -but, he has no- tified the department of labor .that he. will not be able to sit on the The jtelegraphers. will be. represented bj- Dave Campbell, of .the Canadian, branch of the Brother- telegraphers. .The" chairman of the fooard. has .not yet 'been nam- ed toy 'Messrs. McGuigan and Gamp- bell and la the event of their failure to agree will foe named by the -de- partment of labor. I applicatioa bas beert ina.de to the department of .labor by tte Toronto Street Railway Company for appointmeiit of a board to deal J jwith the. disputes as .to j the company and. its men. The heat started at three o'clock in showery and windy weather and a very jiti-ong stream, running.1' "The Winnipeg four led all the way and-won a splendid victory'in. seven'minutes and'4S sec- onds. The Thames were considered (tne best crew on the Tiver.. Winnipeg meet one-of crews in the final. .German Won Diamorid Scuilis Heat six of .the Diamond Sculls, Lucas of Germany beat Edye "of Lon-' don, .time 9, 14 seconds. Kinnear of Kensington beat Dewar of London by. two lehgtlis' in 8 minutes and iG s'econds. FIT PADS persistently, this peril would be tremendously reduced. samples clearly show. MACLEOD HAS GOOD GRAIN ALSO The Herald continues to receive samples of good gram from aE dis- tricts. The latest is "a sample -of Alberta Red from Hacleod by Post- master Grady. Tie wheat was .grown on. D. L. Mudimen's farm, section 2S-8-28. The stock is not a picked sample, but a fair sample of -''the whole field of. 175 acres. The grain it the root of many of and of an endless amount of human Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, thoroughly tested by over fifty yean of use, have been proved a safe and certain cure for constipation and all kindred troubles. Tryihem. 4 25c. a box. LOST BY ONE WICKET iulv Canadian Zin- lc-ren "the Royal Artil- lery at Woolwich by; seven '-wickets. -Notts and Nomamptpn; game abandoned, a-ain. Kent 'ibeatT Sussex -by innings- and 142-funs. V" Calgary Edmonton Kedfcine Hat Moose Jaw Letnbridge -Winnipeg Brandon Kegina LEAGUE STANDING "f Won Lost S5-. 14..-..; SO 26 21 21 21 ,21 24 -28' 30 31 -97. p.c; .625 .553 -.467 .429. ,-412 .404 .400 :tO UMPIRE FERGUSON Ferguson, the new indicator ar- tist, -who .has been officiating in the past three games a't the..'ball .park bears every; evidence1 of being a cap- able man, -but he is committing an' error, which. will 'surely prove his downfall as it has othw officials .in the past. He is from the' coast league: like a number. of the Hat players and knowing them well, fool- ishly makes himself familiar -with them' on. jihe field, talking and'josh- ing too frequently. This is a prac- tice not in other leagues of account and he should not foe al- lowed to get away with it here. it is "bound, to' 'besMneaning t umpire partial j him in his official capacity. In the first part of last night's game Ferguson was decidedly errajtic and handed the local nine a bunch of bad.decisions, which were probably the result of the aforesaid 'actions. WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, July opened 102 1-4, closed -106; October opened 99 1-4, closed. 105 5-8. ...Cash close: 1 Nor. 106 1-S; 2 Nor. 103 1-4; 3 Nor. 99 1-2. Oats 34 5-8. .Barley 46.. Flax-190. W. H. White, M.P. for Victoria, was in tbe. city today and went souitb to Cardston. "f" BALL TEAM GOES AWAY FOR A WHILE The Lethbridge ball team after this evening's game goes to 'Medicine Hat for s. series. They return home again next Monday when all the eastern teams come here in a row for games. UPTON'S POOI) ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block Whan in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCOffA Tne best middle-priced hotel in the city D BURTON and J. E. JACKSONrB A TTL A 1 T1 W. Uray (juits Ihe Automobile Too run an: automobile it takes gasoline and Gasoline and oil cost moneY.; Selling everything at invoice prices in the hardware stock means no profit for Mr. Gray MONEY! NO NO OIL.! Profits Go Absolutely to the Customers Tomorrow we put out Gray's entire stock of Bros; 12 Dwt. Flat Silverware, Rogers 184T complete Dinner, Medium and Tea Knives, Forks; Teaspoons, Table Spoons, Dessert Spoons in plain and shell design. C French. Cooking Knives, Paring Knives., Sevadj, Silver Carving Sets, Pisk Sets, Joseph Eogers Butcner Knives; Bread Knives, Bread Saws, Ivory Handle Dinner Sets and Cabinets, Pickle Forks, Soup Spoons, Sugar Spoons, Community and Avalon Triple Silver Plated Cutlery: aK out-Ms week to make room for the lines brought forward from rhe Eeserve INVOICE PRICES CUT Gongs and Bells this week too. A whale of a time for all married folks, housekeepers; and those getting busy-re same ]ST6 peanut electric down to brass tacks, to the grass roots. Watch the Front on the inside: see the people, the bustle of clerks, the hum uf cash registers and then you'll know why C. W. Gray is jractically doing all the Hardware Business in Lethbridge. THE EVELY SALES COMPANY Closing out the Hardware Stock of C. W. Gray, Lethbridge 5 Extra Salesmen Wanted for Friday and Saturday ;