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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 7, THE LETHBRFDCE DAILY PAGE FIVE TWO NERVOUS WOMEN WeU By Lydia E.Pink- Vegetable Compound. p. ease of nenrom prostration, with palni- Ulion of MM heart, iconitipitJon, I aches, 9 noise in my ears, 3 timid, nervous, rent- jllB.B feeling-B and lileepleesnen. 1 "I read in the pa- j per where young awoman bud been 1 cured of the lame Itroublee by taking __ _ J Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Componnd so I threw the medicines the doctor left me and be- gan taking the Compound. Before I had taken half a bottle I WM able to lit vp and in a short time I was able to do all my work. Your medicine has proved itaeH able to do all you Bay it will and I have recommended It in every household 210 Siege] Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Another Bad CMM. Ephnrta, a year ago I was down with nervous prostration. I was pale and weak and would have hyn- teric spells, sick headaches and a bad pain oQder my shoulder-blade. I was under the care of 'different doctors but did not Improve. I was so weak I could hardly stand long enough to do mydishes. Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Com- ponnd has made me well and happy and I have begun to gain in weight and my face looks healthy J. HOWJSIKCKK, K. No. S, Ephrata, Pa. If wait special adrlw write U lyala Medicine Ce. (comt- Tour letter will fee epeswd, read and ky a weua Mi ieU lu strict Start Investigation of Oil Companies Edmonton', July sonic time nast tlic department of the aUornev- gcnerai 'has been making a .preliminary-investigation into th affairs and methods of several oil companies. This investigation has brought .sufficient irregularities to the surface to justify the government in appointing a commission to make a full and complete enquiry into these matters, under the act respecting en- quiries into public matters. As a consequence, Judge Carpentot of the district court has been appointed a commissioner under that act with power, to enquire into.and concerning the promotion, incorporation, man- agement and operation of the various- companies and stock exchanges in the province, including the expenses o management, investment of funds nature oi properties or claims held, the manner and .cpst.of .sale or ills posal of stock and other allied qucs. tions. Frank Ford, Esq., K.C., of I'.dmon ton, has been appointed by the gov crnment as advisory counsel to thi commission, an appointment, which in itseli, should be sliHieient guaran- tee of tho government's desire to make flic enquiry thorough. It is understood to he the wish of the government that all assistance be "iven by the public. The attorney general will he glad to receive and all information which will assist him'and further'the objects of the commission. All such information should be senir-direct to the attorney general's department. The commis- lion will meet, at Calgary on .Julj 13th and at a late' date to be announced. Crops Picture Butt? Flourishing Butte, July crop are nourishing here. Too much ram has fallen to do much good to g__ i den stuff, although one or. two -per sou's have good plots, notably T. B Kane, the local union-vice-presiden and'E. H. Kane, of the west, end Who is a Campbell farmer. Summer plowing proceeds 'apace and some are summer-tilling. Ill latter will Have crops to show ncs 5 Local ot the U F -V now rehabilitated, met on th Srd.inst., at Huntsville, to discus co-operative business, but there wa only'a meagre attendance. Busmes transacted was the consideration a declaration to he made by cac member oiv admittance as follows 1 -------promise to support, the con stitution and bylaws of the U.F.A 1 promise to buy and sell-and trans> act, my business' through the mediui of the, U.F.A. or affiliated: orfiamza tioni, whenever possible I furthe promise to he honest and just in a mv dealings with .my fellow-member in thp local union or the associatio as a whole Threshers are to he askrd th. >i racks be made equal si7o and tigl bottomed to prevent gram and wn seeds scattering and to be swept oi before leaung each farm Binder tyme ib to he purchased c nith other unions in carload, and prices, are to be furnts ed at the next meeting The pri will be about 9 cents A picnic will he held on Ulh Ju at' IluntsUlU' school house, when fu tiler business he discussed. "How strango that people in the fall to realize tho tremendous iB'JB that result from plantliiK said 8 S. Dunham, second Ice-president of the H.P.A., who ook n trip through, ihe country west f Modlclno Hat last week, and Buuke f Jonncr on the Uassano line on July Mr. Dunham was forcllny struck jy tliu treeless towns which ho went hioush, especially comliiB from beau- iful Uthbrldge. In speaking to-the Herald, lin de- ilorcd tho indifference which so many leople show towards trees, not only on the farm, but In tho towns. vas particularly struck In this regard by the contrast between two liil-iriiiB owns on the main line, Bassano and Brooks, both progressive' towns of ihoiit the same'population, and wit h the same substantial class of build. In Bassano I felt that there was'something' wanting. Tho streets were aa Innocent of trees as the haul- hcaded nralrie. The town looked des- olate, and will look so for years to come Brooks, on the other hand, pleased mo immensely. Although il no better town, yet the inhabitants have nlnnted trees in the atreets and in their own yards, and while they are utill quite young and small, yet. the own has a different air and its beauty will increase every year. "Lelhbrldge people do not realize the immense value to the city that nnr boulevards and parks are. They do not really appreciate them until! they take a .trip into (he freeloes prairie or into other towns as Dare as the prairie." .Irrigation Mr Dunham was asked what he thought of the Baasanp irrigated tract. He replied that while he did not doubt that ultimately the irrigat- ed lands of that district would prove a success, still the obstacles to be over- come were much greater than those of the ,-Lethbrldge district. .Here, he said, a very much larger proportion of the land bas an even surface with a gentle slope, lust such as Is desired for successful irrigation; while in the Bassano district the land is not so even, having more undulations. Ag- ain, a great portion of the land there is covered by common- ly known as many o'f which contain standing water, in- eating that the land is underlaid th a tight subsoil impervious to wa- "From a daylight factory" are. six more in Thc central U'.O.T.I1. wit inrtl to- morrow afternoon at three-thirty in tlii triangle rouu! "f Ibc Y.M.I.'.A. Mrs. Nellie McUlmiK. the Killed authoress and1 speaker, while In tho city was the guest of Mrs. K. X. Ills- illbotliiim. The. executive of tin1 Alexander Gall, Chapter 1.0.U.K. arc askrd ti, at-[ tend a short, meeting tnmurrou- af-1 teriiomi at -W.'i SUi SI. S. j Tho. ollit-er-s of thi1 Dominion Uebe-1 kali lodge No. 11 will br iuslalleii at j the regular mcpting tomorrow even-! ing ill tlie 1.0.O.K. hall. All mem Lcrs are rf-qncsU'd I" IIP present, j Visiting Kcbukahs wi'Iaum-. I __ .Members of .Manle Leaf ..-..L- B-8, who intend tnkini! iiilvantape of, Ihc seed on the prairie and tile invitation of the members ol i Hie soil having never been Coaldale Chapter, lo visit tho latter 1 don't mean io say that the on Tiifisday evening. Jmy in, are re- district is not a good one, quested to 'phone Mrs. John Brodio, or .Mr. D. A. Simpson, whn arc a com-, mitlec appointed to trans- nortation lo Coaldale. Stork Damages ers Buildings A very wedding was mi Tiiursday, .Inly 1st Marjurjf Frances, (iuitfiliirr and 'Mrs. F. W. Taylur, wa in the holy lionds of matrimony .Mr-. James 31. Jlilr olcm- when Mr. united to of Travel's, i the How Island brancii oi Hie Inion .a.. July i.-JIrs. llun- ccrcniony tnok place at ,tcr Itfl onVcsday's tram for a u.c'rrsidencc of the pairats of the i three monthlvjsjt with her par-, H Kcv Cllas cuts in lowal ...i. The stout liltl.. aril's house trunk, conta to pieces. A every day. The ig out. eld two tons to the acre this >ear Chiogo 111, July Johniton; president of the Br ckma en' union, was shot twice below t heart he answered ring of h early today ci> Hie wounds probably would fatal. Ill" awallant, whom (an U does not mean that irrigation the Bassano tract will prove a fatl- e." said -Jlr. Dunham, "but deep Itivation' is often required to make Sliccesful. In the Letnbridge dis- ct, 1 don't recall any portion of the id that Is covered with blowholes. last Friday did quite here. Jack Starn- ,_ to pieces his was sums il n kiy Hl.sho'p, Mctliodibt, miniiilf-r, olliciut- ing- The ladies of St. Patrick's fcingre-1 was smashed i and a lawn ram fails ihi- grounds y wheat is head- yt Patrick's church, Kill Street. I i, i The mam part of the church 'has' J rs. BUI. ha.s V into a splrndid par- ,ake her houic tV, Mr. Ucl, will and will he formally opened a 11 ot Only Three Days Left To Shop During This Sale Neckties at J9c picked from among values to 75c Beautiful American and English Silks are the materials used in these Neck Ties. Knur In-hand and flowing end styles. Just sixty of these Ties to go on sale. Values up to cents, for 19c Lovely New Dresses for Children marked down to 89c About 100 fresh new Dresses for Children make (lirir first appearance here tomorrow. Your nlioiop of pretty checks ami stripes, piped with contrasting colors, also plain colors. Moat styles in sizes 2 to 14, O3U Novelty Parasols to values to clear out at 69c There1.1; a wonderful variety of selection rang- ins frnm striped to floral designs. All lovely colorings in neat, patterns. Good styles. .Mater- ials are mercerized Chintzes. Thursday oniy........................ OwC Pricing box calf Blu- chers for boys as low as .Mothers will appreciate this opportunity to pur- ity to pur _....... __ _, _ for the boys. Strong serviceable and sturdy, select- 4 CC chase low priced school shoes Strong serviceable and sturdy, se---- ed box calf, Regular 75c values in Tea Aprons just 23c These .fino quality muslin Tea Aprons, .beauti- fully trminrer! with lace aad embroidery. .lust 50 to go on sale 2 Thursday only, for..................... COU Much-less to pay for these oddments in Rugs tomorrow Size Description and color Reg. Sale 4x6 Rose Rag Wash Hug, fringe-d ends...................... 16.00 J3.50 4x6 Green Rag Wash Rugs, fring- ed ends il x lii Jap Fibre Rug, plain, centre; Oriental Border 9 x 12 Jap Pl'bre Rug in Green Na- vajo Effect m.. go this fall. .Mrs. Sheppard here for a tun m her daughter, Mrs. Mr. Hay was an itor at the Hal. .Mi- boy have gone Ihere Sirs. Sheppard and ninrr to C'alsahry t hall and will lie formally opened; i tomorrow night. Lunches will be' [Minnesota, is i [Iom li to 8. A candy booth- visit an cream parlor will Im ed on the grounds. The exhibition oi I works oi art in the lial '.vi" special feature of the cvcnii, e Sheppard, who is in t A fuw people from in Bow City .Inly first, Sunday vis- iv and little _ summer. Lewis are Visit Frank there went to L.U.. .....j --1'. of the people staying at home lo roads. Kinaoudale team, play town .Monday, Travels -I. The team plays at nesday. Word was received.on Tue the hotel at Bow City burn' Tuesday morning cr.r. Several of the families aroi wood have Ihc measles. liverybody is welcome. The ladies nf St. Patrick's will do their best to make, the pass pleasantly ior The youn" ladies' gymnasium class which has been held a'ftho iindL-r the auspices oi ill'.' Women's U I" j Civic Cfllli will not mcPt tonight, as Wed- Wednesday was the last class session of the season. These classes commenced in that own win, a membership of 90 which no-! ?F- fcssltntcil the ruriniiiK of two class-i The whole attention of the farmers fcl- Ps The attendance oi these classes of the irrigated districts and othei lo- I has been well maintained, and many caliti'ea where alfalfa is grown is now _____i_.. STO crpil in f'.iltt.illET tllR i lias hecn wen niamiauiL-u, ami many i hv their regular ami systematic cxer- cogaged in cutting the big crop oi a, ilc-isE have considerably'incrcKfiert thcifj falfa. Approximately one half of th 'bodily strength ami'improved "rtl" wnrt of a physical well-being At the close o! "the last session the tbeir is mit, and insid-----._ if'the present weather holds, the bulk of it will have hecn cut. At present, mcmhers "were ent-inisiasiir in is a case of make hay while the sun intentions that if Kiven the opportu- Uhlncs, .and the farmers with laige ''itv they would t-crlainly join the acreages are rushing every avail ible tass again nrxl September, when in L' probability, the. classes for ladies he resumed. the' request of several, patents a s.' was started for the smal! girls in April a membership of 30 was Tins class has been much u by the juveniles and will >Iy he continued in September, ivetuie from these classes has ich appreciated by the oilic- association mower io 'the work. Although the' cutting started over two weeks'ago. operations have been held up by the wet weather, and the farmers have impatiently wait- ing for a change in the weather. Now the click of the mower resounds over the fields, and the farmers are feel- ing bipin full to date has been a ver> f-uoriblc month foi alfalfa as well as grain. H was feared that much damage BRIGADIER GENERAL TURNER V.C.; D.S.O. Of Quebec City, iv-ho is made Com- panion of the as .commander 'of the Third Canadian- Brigade tinfan- "Coffee Face" association. Il jeaieu -iun-1. niiiKi! is due to the officials'had b'een done by the soaking Out Club IOL the1 pour of nni in the last fortnight of vent inanncL m which June but it appears that the onh al and' supervised thisifjilfa that was badlv damaged A is in the opinion of the! that which was cut, the standing crop thing that has their welfare in this Air. Thomas Wai- Miss Daisy Florence [imiixcd as the Wesley day "morning by the .ihhledick The bride ihnth utll in see one There are many with the tell-tale signs of indigestion heart, oi nerve troubles don't suspect llwl coffee (also Ira) is a frcquonl t-juse of these and other ills. Any ailing person um find U coffee or lea has any- thing to do his tumble b> a change to POSTUM __The Pure Food-Drink H contains no caflemc m lannm (Hie dnif-s in le.i and but Ihc nourishing elements ol whole xvheat, roasted with a little wholesome moUscs. Postum comes in forms Postum original form-must be boiled to bung out the flavour and foot! value-ami Instant Postum-lhc sol- uble in the cup with hot w.iter instantly Grocers sell both kinds Thev me delicious and cost about the per cup. f Most people can make good use ol a stiong body, clear brain and steady ncivcs. a Retwn" for POSTUM MADE IN CANADA Canadian PoMum Cereal Co, Ltd., Windsor, Ont. COYNE, B.A. Young "Winnipeg lawyer in charge of the Liberal .case .txefore the Royal Commission sitting there. BfilGADlER GENERAL MERCER Of Toronto who IB Companion of the Hutli, as. commander Can ada's Infantrj Bnfcaile a'brand-new. recipe of un- ...ipstionfd merit, that I achise you To make note of, unless >ou aip one of the few possessors of natuialh lan Us simple, for all >ou leeu (o do is to applv a little liquid ,ilmerme at a clean tooth in the morning .you find this has dried in the sweet- curls and waves imaginable be Just like Natures own, haxing resemblance to the effect -produced ;iot iron, which is so ohviouslj" application is reallv beneficial hair and it that Inely so much desired it is ao dbtalA ounces of the pjlmenno from jour Lt to keep the hair curly for no- reason now .up either that straight or curling iron jlJf-Marie Dernaiest lo Pilgrim >'l NEWS NOTES A giraffe immediately after itui birth measures six feet from its hoofa to the top of its head. The will of Jeremiah Dingman ot Ricliland Centre, showed ttiat he awaited until his 100th birthday before making it. Charles S.' Dove of Middlebrooke, Md., was ordered to be lashed fif: teen times lor heating his wife; the sheriff cheerfully- obeyed. Dr. Frank C. Knowies of Philadel- phia, says women ot Ihe'hVunde type may get cancer of the skin from be- ing'in. the former magistrate- of Brooklyn, once a political power, died a pauper in a hospital. Possibly-25 per cent, of the crop will he unsuitable "or shipment.-sradlng This will be quite good .enough, for feeding on the farni, and will possibly mean more..lq_tbe, farm- er 'turned into beef and pork _and mutton than on the track., .The :'man who has the siock to feed this dam- aged hay to is fortunate, 'and will auf- :er no loss through its being Uanv iged, This goes to show that 'alfalfa ind raising go hand in.hand, and that-the successful al- falfa fannei must keep stock Al falfa ,is, therefore, a great Incentive to mixed farming. point AUCTION SALE Saturday Next, July 10th AT 1 30 SHARP, AT NO 12th STREET SOUTH FRANK Is favored with instructions from W Harwell, nho is leaving tha citi, to sell by public auction and without reserve a uumntity of Superior Household Furniture and effects, including Set of Oak Dining Chairg, Handsome Side- board Dming Table, Mlnalnn Oak Rocker. MahoBtn} Music Cabinet, Sectional Bookcase, sections, in Mahofany, with top and babe complete, Foui leather seated Chairs in walnut Three piece Parlor Suite in -nalnut comprising settee, and chair, SantUrj Lounge, Gilt Frame Mirror, Walnut Dresser. Oak Dressei, Biass bed coil springs ami felt mattress, Osterraoor 'Mattresses, Wicker rocker, Occasional Tubles; Hammock, cashing Machine, In- Cream Freezer, Efcc trie toaster, electric iron splenflid 6 hole range, and a large of smaller items, kitchen requisites, pictures, glassware, hose with nozzle and sprmklei, etc 'J' The aut tiolieer respectfully requests a prompt fcUendanoe. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 11 Stafford Block ON SATURDAY NI6HT AT 7.30 O'CLOCK There will be htld in the old McKIMop Stand an .AUCTION SALE OF Comprising Etchmas, Prints, Photoiraveures, ete, copus tarn- v one ON VIEW WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER I ;