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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LlJTI UNRESERVED SALE OF FARM STOCK AND BEST EVER IN THE The above is situate iri towjisliip 2-25-9, six miles I'luin Cnnlstoii, two miles from Etna. Etna contnines'ii school, olTu-c, blaek- srnitli nnd.geiicrnl store. The jiew railroad l.'incliei- _ C'itv will cojnc. within one .niile.ol' the' I'nnn. Eoriy.-1'ive acres of Ihe farm is seeded with Whiter Wheat; showing well. There are one hun- dred of .fresh breaking to be completed May 15l.li. There are two .living; springs of water flowing whiter and on each quarter. 'Each (jnarter is wclland separately; fenced. good Jog house, good.cellars, two good horse and cattle corrals..are on the fa'rm. The farm land adjoins a section of gov- ernment water reserve, the use of which may be enjoyed.. The farm is clear of weeds. Also over 40 head mares and geld i rigs, broken to har- ness; 'implements and furniture. For J'uH particulars apply to O. TTJiATES, CAJJDSTOX, or JAS. A. SMITH, L Tins TAKE' JULY 27, AT 10 O'CLOCK LUNCH WILL BEJ SERVED Terms Of Sale casb, bdlantc in fotu annual at 6 pci cent STOCK AXI) FUKXJTURK-All sinus oJ WO and nndci cash, month's' utclir on hunishing joint notes rutduseis ill be icqimed to make settlement on day of sale J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer 0. H. BATES, Proprietor COUNTY ATTORNEY WAS SUSPENDED -Mirmeanolis, Minn., July 15. John coimtj attornc; of Lake Counts suspended fiom office In Govein" Bbcihut >es tcrday afternoon pending an investi- gation into the eharn.cs which have been filed against him The action board of health. Ue published a, boo in ivhich he made stalements ronoe n not only Dr.' Brackon ijut many This hook hi caused to ho( otheis jil iced on he desk of ei v me of the last I.eslslatnio was taken upon the advice of the at- torney general, George T. Simnson. Tho enteied i heanng upon the charges and uimed Doug Hs a Duluth atto, as commission to take the I'estimony. Klnsella accused or inal.'easanco in office. 'nth icUi nedV e' j blanch ollki, mil againH KmselU ch frglng'himC "T'th i warcl'ollsc hc in Gal- llhcl-during tne last session of by the. BYitish Rubber I Id of Edinboro. Scot leKifihtuie Klnsella made serial ,t tacks npon Dr. C. A. Bracken, of til's I land HERE ARE FOUR PEOPLE WHO TESTIFY Thai GIN PILLS Positively Cure Rheumatism Rlicmmlism is i dreidft I disease tlwe can appreciate iigonmng p i i the torture Die IwtK when I icui ia i 11 sttrrni o idcr t lose who cured of Rheumttisi i bj 1 17 I S ire "o itcrul in 1 so t itlius ic They. GIN TILLS cured them arid want ail the world to try GIN PHIS Moore Esq., is one of many hundreds who know that GIN will cure Rheumatism. He writes from Out. 'Mr father Imd been troubled with Rheumatism for a number of rears. He tried two kiit {Jot no relief.'when on him iincle GIN PJI LS lie a hot ind niter tai ing GJN PIIIS for i week, found that they were giving him much relief. He then bought three more boxes, ivhich .were the means of curing him. lie is now a strong good able lo attend to his dailv all the credit is due to GIN1 PILLS Procession Delighted th eaaon and on account of the rcr> noderate prices, which is one of the eiitiires of ihe company, they are rawing large crowds. A very large rowil this afternoon In he big lent and Interest never flag- cd from the beginning to the nd of ie show.. One thing which '.ittnUB isltors to, this circus is the rourieoiiB to everyone. Tliis s one.of therules of the jomj-rny, id any -misdemeanor on Mie of i employee wijl bo promptly etunil- d to if reported to the manager. During the parade this morning wen interest was centred in tlie orses belonging to the show. With- it doubt they.are the finest lot of, been seen togeth-i er in Lethbridge for many years. Tlie leading eight-horse team of coal blacks called forth many compliment- remarks, and the grey and milk white horses in such large numbers were commented upon on every hand. All were turned on the big elephants, which show the best of care. For tiie small boy the Shetland ponies and the clowns were the chief centie of attractioi while j-aiinei hid a large follow ins, Unlike many circuses tills one can be recommended as .being absolutely clean. The ring performances aru on par. with the parade, and this en- sures a .clean performance which any one, man, woman or child, mar visit. G pc-fo innct-b 01 me horses is particularly good and well worth the price of admission in itself. The an iniuls also display It is not easy ,to select any one feature which is more pleasing he refti, but besides the exhibition of the high school and menagerie horses the tiniinirl elephants showed a large amount of.sagacity and did some good stunts. Tho pair of baby elepimnts which dp an act all by thcni.-felves were warmly applauded. The usual acrobatic artists are pre- j sent ami put on n good exhibition. j There is one act in this department of (ho show, which is superb ami tl.ut .is the slack wire work. As for the] music, it was tbe best whHi vas ever presented in a ienl show hi the (he massed bands which :ier- formed in ilia parade furnishing the music which is of true circus t'Ly.e. Tlie afternoon performance all through was good and clean1, the old boys were just as sorry as "he lads when the curtain was rung down, helpless cripple from Rheu- uiatisu! for nearly a year. All down (lie right side, the pain was drcmlful ami I could not move for the ngoiiy. 1 wn treated by two phj-sicians without help. 1, saw advcrtfecil in "The Telegram" am! decided to try them After'I liail' taL'e-u one box, I was much better When i hail taken three 1 could uieni) miliml Ihepun waialuioitgone. After taking fi; e boxes I w as entirely well The ture of my case by indeed splendid because all the' doctors failed to even relieve inc. "1'ruit-u-Uvts" cured me. Mas a Howit Ptict, TORONTO, Dec. 15, '09. WANT TO GET RID OF MR. BALFOUR Unionist Party in Englan is at Sixes and Sevens Clean Within! Party ftc ud PrtlMf Uk If Mlnck b- ID hundreds of other cases. given exactly the same satis- actory results because "1'mit-a-ttves" s the greatest blood purifying medicine m the .world. the famous fruit medicine regulates kidneys, liver, bowels aiid skin, ami pre'veiits the accu- mulation of uric acid, which is tbe prime cause of Rheumatism. "Pruit-a-tives" 'will cure' every case of Rheumatism, when taken according to directions, joe. a 6 for or trial size, 255. At all dealers or from limited, Ottawa. Carter Got After Dr. Gordon (Continued from Frpnt Page.) WARM WEATHER IS WHAT FARMERS WANT HIS FATHER WAS THOU C LEO MANY HINDS Of MCDKtNC IIIC (JlCUlt IS tlllU IU IX .11 They know about'GIN'PILLS down hi Nova Scotia loo. In fact, GIN PILLS are the old standby all over-the Maritime Provinces because GIN PILLS cure Rheumatism, An old gentleman in Yarmouth, N..S. 1 have been bothered with Rheumatism for the past-year and have taken a good many kinds of medicine, but found no relief. Oneday, ,1 friend advi.scd try GIN PILLS and after taking a few boxes, I felt Hkt (Continued from front ment at the present-Mine .than the .tier: Gals will be of a good qual- ity, as tltc heads are large and well foiii d iml in uu ot busiitls not loo high Fliv never hcliu tint grun is 'first sown in lli'is soutli country. H (MS ill oliui hull in hloon 01 is in lint stiRi it thp picsrnt time PntaloL's ;irt' just in bloom at proa cni. The tops are large ami iuxuri-j mi nut ii son itcoid ciops TIC -Making a specific charge that these of the Coal Creek company, for in- stance, were compiled in such a man- ner as to give a wrong impression, while the not in a posi- tion to submit evidence contradictory to these daily averages. Mr. Carter also stated that the op- erators had not shown whether or not they could command a higher price for their coal.-he being of the opinion that an increase of eight or ten per cent, fjn-ihe selling price-would meet the increases asked for by tiie men. Criticized the Chairman In his rerwf Carter said: "Before dealing with the matters of dispute' that have been brought to he attention of the' I desire to jriefly touch upon the actions of tlie chairman, Rev. C. VY. Gordon, after ill evidence had been taken, in trying o arrive at a settlement, and also in lie making of the report.- it may he somewhat irrig-ular, but 1 feel it a Inty lo Ihe department and the pub- ic 10 do EO. On tbe 28th ultimo, In i the committees to submit a statement ofitheir relative positions lie stated that lie had not up to that time understood Uie points of con- tention between the parties, and fur- ther emphasized his desire to have both parties submit statements show- ing clearly points of contention, ind outlining those points, that each piirty insisted on having, even'at the expense of a continuation of the dead- lock. Miners' Statement In response to this request the min- ers .submitted a full and detailed statement setting'fortli their I he.operators impracticable uul evasive in the extreme. On the irst instant a proposal regarding wiig- was submitted by the chairman to lie parties, 'which was rejected by ;both on -liio third. The board then mr.de an i to' draft a report, buj each, of the 'other members re- London, July politlped that they got to the nortliy.eiit the fire zone. Trouble With Uncle Sam Avoided (Continued from Front Page.) Tho Chronicle on the other, han. sces cause for nothing but congratula tions. It regards article four as the happiest possible, aiigury, .because i shows thai.1 Japan sees no reason foi contemplating anything, but the main tenunce of friendly relations with the Unifed States and. further because it proves that Great Britain's grea. Overseas dominions accent the Jap anese alliance as the best for the common interest of the empire. T.VJ other papers while expressing doubtf as tp tlie advisability of the lion of.the alliance which never hits been .reallv nomilar here, agree in congratulating the government on the of the special danger of them, statins that they wore'agreed lo sign, a majority report embodying the suggestions contained in the "pro- iosuls siiimiitted 10 the parties by the chatriTiiiti on the first'instant. This procedure was in my opinion incon- sisiont ami compared'with the state- ment mitde .by-the ciiairman on June 2Sth tlmt "This whole matter is too Great Britain becoming Involved in a quarrel with the United Sutps nnd, heartily welcome the'new treaty as I'.iving the way to the conclusion of an Anglo American arbitration treaty. News at Tokio Tokio, July of Uie revised treatv, of alliance between Great Britain and lapan was made here today and the text of the treatv 'otal Deathi Lex Than a Hundred Toronto, July ai U e total ]OH ot life aa the reiult of the Poieupme flrea. it la aattotKtpry lo know from to hand the total losg will probably, not eiceed the estimate of 100 pu-hllabed yesterday and may be twenty or tnlrty less than that number. The known number of identified dead now num- her Sn Those whose names were not I contained In the list publlahed yester- day being Dledloe Drepoicer, a Syr- ian, address unknown. The mother- in law of Meek of'the Dome died in the hospital: John German. These were in yes- terday's list: Stanley Fi'tzmiurtce 'bould be Stanley Fltmagee; John Wall should be A. Ahl: Charles Brook- er should be Parry Broolttns, Ches- ter Hennjng should be1 Leater Henn- -ier, ,1. W. Cransaw should be C. Hanahaw, and E Thertn was publlah- d as Sherrln. Some more deaths Include fol- lowing- Hugh Meahan, Sudbury, burn- ed, John MacDonald, Egansvllle, huined; Arthur Athoa, Copper Cliff, tiurned; Petro De Copper Cliff. nirned, Victor Dem, Copper Cliff, barued. Aniung tue injured in Lady Mmto hospital. New Unkeard, i( B. Bissett, of Stnithcona, Alia. A writer to the l.istowell Banner ells ot seeing a blackbud hopping round iminfully in the water with IIP foot caught lighlj m a elam hell. t try (.UN PILLS and alter taking a few boxes, I lelt liku a new man. I want jott to know lion thankful I am for the relief nit and -noiid idvisc all sufferers to like 1II1 S In New Brunswick GIN PIT Lb rnnvl of i -in1 (thrumaiiim Mr of Il-rtficld N B one of the main who ones his health and. strength to CIN PILLS, He writes H afiords, me great to convey-not only to but to all sufferers from Hack Ache and Rheumatism the'-great relief. I Imve obtained from the use of GIN PILLS. I nm sounding the praises of GIN PILLS to everyone Buffering as I Robert M Back, to Nova Scotia for the fourth letter from p. J. Lawler of Ogdcn. 'T have been troubled with Rheu- matism so bad that I could not work. A doctor tended me and told me to go lo the 'hospital but all to no good until n icoiiiiu told me to try PILLS. I did so, and after taking a few lxm-3, I am perfectly These written words and signed state- ments from well-known people arc the bcfct possible guarantee of the value of I.TI.-O They .prove that GIN THI PRIIMa ROT wonn PIM S lull give prompt will conipleleh trace of Kben- Scmlica, I.uiulngo, J'nin In The flack, Kidnry Tronhlr or nny weakness of tbe kidneys or bladder. Vou may try GIN before yon buy tb'em. Write us for free sample box. If you can't gf t tlie rc-gular pire boxes in your neigbbor- send lo us enclosing the ri-lail of j.ic. n tox or 6 for Natiuiul Urng sud Chemical Co. ei Canada Uept. Toroulo, '83- liciusc people hue not the nglti lo _ tlicm. They have rt-ach- such a growth that it would be for thi; rrop if no more rain fell II eison N'o blight of any kind has hcen reported so Dint poia n (M t nlltl Will bt rinarkflcd hero Ihis fall. Some of the 'earlier varietv will hc on tiic market Avilhin a uouplr of wcoks. Om- more urek of nooH, warm vca- thcr, such n.s .luly, has licen giving us will sec some of the wheat erop.s j-patly for tin- harvester, anil once har vi-sliiiR is started all ciops will fol- low in succession so that by l-Iui end of August nr.iny of tho fields will be stripped bare for this year. BURN THE BOOKS Chicago. Ills., July and "The Book of the wo books which played a prominent wrl in the trial, of Evelyn Arthur Sco who was convicted of the ahduc- ion of .Mildred Bridges Thursday tight will he burned if J. 0. pedal agqiUxoj'-.the U. S. Department j of Justice, an order of the Caitft. able I shall make it thorough." Secondry .Consideration would appear that the interests jof the parlies involved had become n 'secondary bongfdcnition to the opera tion of'the minos-iit any cost. No living had the privilege of reviewing ,their report. .1 am unabje to say tha I agree or disagree with them, witl Mi ft exception of the matter of wages when, after going over .the question briefly I found I could not conscien tiously accept fhe posih'on taken bj the chairman in the aforementioned proposal. CHICAGO DETECTIVE SHOT AND KILLED Chicago. July one of the most widely known VGH of the Chicago police force, win mysteriously and killed early to- day at North Peullna and West streets. The pollen believe Schweig was shot by a "gun ;man" whose en- mity the detective had incurred. Five men were seen running away frprn tho scene of the murder and a con- spiracy Is filkgod'to hdvo been form- gd to "get'1 gchweig. COWL-BRAND1 CARBON OIL PAINT FOR OfJTSOW WOMI INLY e Rmtetl puot CARBON OIL SHINGLE STAINS, f Ttu Mlr iHraaiMd Shiiilc Suiv ia thro, colon. (D WE GUARANTEE _ b, hw. (2) WE GUARANTEE .tfnAcf. (S WE GUARANTEE A, t, rtwJ. 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