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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDfeE DAILY HERALD Monday, July 15, 1912 "MY STOMACH IS FINE Sim TiUif TiWifc" Mn. J. AVaterlot., enlhuiJutictilT rwauimeudi HerexperiemcewUU. them, u she outlines it, why. "I was greatly troubled with tny sne "I had taken so much njrJicJiie that 1 'might ny to take any more would paly be uakiug it worse. My just'felt raw. I read of Ni-Drw-Co Tablets, and a lady friend told me they were very easy to take, I thought I would give them-a trial aadrwtllv they worked wonders. Anyone having am thing wrong with hie stonaach >hould gne Na-Dni-Co Tablets a trial, they will do the rwt. My stomach fine now and I can eat any food." One of the many good of Na-Dru-Co if that they are so pleasant and easy to take. The relief they give from heartburn, flatulence, biliousness and dyspepsia is prompt and permanent. Try oue after each wake you feel like a new person. 500 a box at your pounded by the National Drug and Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited, ilontreai. CHANCE FOR THE BOARD OF TRADE .A FLOOD, HERO Alton, His., July Decry .is the horo of 'the flood Trhlch resulted in tho death persons here yes- terday morning. But for De- cry's and swimming from .house to house and arous Ing tho inma-tes it is believed many more-lives would have been JOEL ROSEMEAD FARMERS WANT TELE- PHONES ANO AN IMPROVED MAIL SERVICE Mr. H. D. Charter of Roaeinead wai In tho city today and in camorsatiou with a representative-of'the Herald had a fov things to say about the board of trade. Mr. Charters thinks people ot Lothbridgo are not anxious for tho tuide of the people of (the kosemeiui district or they would got a bigger hustle on in trying to 'get rural phono connection establish, .ed'aiid'Join in an effort for a -better or rather a more direct mail service. Recently a representative- of the Tabor board ot trade circulated a pe tition for telephones but only one per- son signed it. The people want to deal with .Lethbridge and would like direct communication. The..headquarters for most of tho machine companies are in this city and. tho fanners wpuld appreciate tho facilities offered by telephone 'com- munication. It is also desired for the purpose of keeping iu touch with the Lethbridge markets. It is 53 miles to' Rosemead-' but most of the farmers bring their grain to this city. TEXAS CITY IS AFTER THE CONGRESS Another Competitor in th Field for the Event in 1913 If competitors for the Dry Farmiu Congress for next year will ..bring crowd to Lethbridge In Octobe this city is destined to have mor guests than it can nrovido sleeping accommodation for without recourse to special -measures. The latest cilj A Toronto Will 1 Toronto, July will oi "WH- Bohii Adate, a Toronto con- tractor, who .left an estate of Contains the following clause: "Jn the of my of my children marrying person not of a Protestant faith, provisions herein made in heir .favor shall be considered as revoked ,jLnd except to the extent which will he the whole extent such child's interest in my The roail for Roaeinead goes round by Brooks and out from 25 mites by -stage. Sundial gets mail four times a week from Lethbridge aud it is only nine miles from Rose- mead to Sundial. The farmers .of Rosemead. are. not asking for "mail four -times a week. 7'vice 'would be satisfactory, but they would to get it direct from Lethbridge. The post office inspector has been appeal- ed to but iii vain. Mr. Charter, thinks if the Lethhridge board of trade would 'take the matter up and push it vigorously the district would get both the telephone and the improved majl, service. It is one- of the banner farming districts and the, trade is worth going after. to announce its intention of, making n bid for the 19L3 meet is Amerillo Texas C. S. Hotuhkiss, publicity couimls Bioner for the province, Is touring Texas on a boosting "Idp and sends in reports of a most glowing chat ncter. The Sante Fe raihvav com panr have about five hundred demon stratfon farms aloug the system and the officials are greatly interested Cloudburst Causes Deaths (Continued from front Robert L Henry, Texas congress tiuin, Tfho made a strong plea for a vnltod party at the Democratic con- Fred Olson, S years old, stood'alorie on the bank .crying for .his and baby sister. He had.: saved Him- self by swimming: x A wagon plunged through; the flopd to the- Olson where tKree.-res-; cuers" entered and returned w.ith -the mother and -batty sister. A squad i of' patrolmen rescued a score to house on Market Street aacUhurried a hay wagon to the'audUor- turn. Practically the entire district from Broads a> east to the citj limits for blocks on each side from Broadway to the Platte river "betwen Thirteenth St. and Seventh Anemic are two feet deep water ;tnis ..morning. The area is about four miles of the residence and business districts. the forward move for .agriculture, They hare proraised_tp sendjip spe- cial train with 'if big exhibit and" at a meeting of the chamber of com morce a resolution was passed, asking Governor Colqultt to take, the matter up with the department of agriculture for the state. .Mr. Hotchkiss was to see the gov- ernor on Fort-Worth has promised to sup- port Amarillo and -will send up a large delegation. George Harcouvt, deputy minister of agriculture for Alberta, is also out ,011 a boosting trip and has visited Pullman, Wash., and Moscow, Idaho, looking over experimental stations-in connection with the state agrieuHur He was also at Namp Idah'o, and announces that a big d legation headed by Governor Hawle will invade Lethbridge during co gress week and will bring a fine slat exhibit which will 'be Arranged b Prof. Olln.and Prof. Rich. Mr. Harcourt also visited Idah Falls., on and attended meeting of the Commercial club. H was''.informed that th-ereJwill'bi ot individual compet tors jrom that state who ,are after the Rumelj engine aud th sweepstakes pme 'The': state exhibit- will 'be' selectee from a state competition to lie hel ediateli-i, after harvest. Hundreds 'ot. newspapers are, rt ceived weekly at the Dry Fairnin congress office containing notice o the "congress and giving Lethbridg proiiniiient notice. Unique among the notices was one received today TrdmMhe "West Coas Leader, published at Lima, Peru. The invitations sent to. other coun tries -through diplomatic sources are nearlj all being accepted. The Kmghis of PjfcMas attend divine service in Wesley church nen Sunday evening The People In Over Homes Are Reading This Paper To-Day HIS FIANCEE SEES FALL OF AVIATOR BY 4. R. HAMILTON Formerly Arfv.rti.inj Manager You sir, or madam, are part of a great audience, whose combined purchasing power is that of an army You goinf 4nto ttoni of thii city to ipend thut money. And you He trying to lind out how to it to your adrutUxe and wh.r. Let us SK how we cu help you most Her., in ttta Ii the advirti.lno n.w, at th. strong men ot trade, tH. r.jul.r buyert and th, jud8M Of merchandise. They hav. ranucM their .helvn and their .took room, to give IOB the thflJ-Hwe. They ar. too to spend their jnoney and your to anything but th. be.t. This 1. their-felMMf season, too, and some of the vatae. they tre todar will imponlble to you who do uot know a buyer's If you could go behind sunn and tee their .took of shoes and dreuu and fait, aod underwear; of furniture and ruji and druwtvw, ail ihrewdly lathered from th. .nds of the earth; all brought down to IOWMC or raised to th. hlghe.t itandart ol by er.ry method inown to expsrt meroh.no'l.- Ing, iwould understand the labor that haa been txp.nd.d tor you. There ti no adrertlsement In this pacer toe you to notice. For er.ryon. of these has had .nough f.Kh in bis raerchandlM to nut hh announwmnt before you, .nough courag. to stand back of it, and th. Integrity to slan his name to he H. baa wnn. rood r.M.n for tatting to you, and faot Uiat-B. I. talWot you la proof of hi. ability and And In no too tor you to study carp fully, Many a buyer, with worth a column of ha. tc put It iu the mlddli at a bail and orowd it short IbiM. H.re thea IH your compendium of mercbaDdlie, your catalogue h.r. amongst these m.rchanl. who aaalni your today throiiRh the columns at Md you On that LAD LEAPS .FROM THE MACHINE AND IS INSTANTLY KILLED Palo Alto, Cai July 13 a message m his pocket from Ins moth- er to his sweetheart, both 01, -whom portions of his flight, Vic- tor Morris Smith, jr a 20-) ear-old Stanford student, wafa in- stantly killed today b} a fall from bis aeroplane A. seoie of spectators witnessed the accident Young Smith dropped from a height of ahout 200 feet and his neck was broken The auator set out this morning from his honiP at Mountain A GREAT CLEAN-UP SALE OF REMNANTS AND ODDMENTS Hundreds of Short Ends of Dress Goods, Silks, Cotton Voiles, Muslins and Duck Suitings Many are in Dress Lengths, others suitable for Kimonas or Children's Dresses You can have a dress at about half the regular a nice one, too i Odd lines in Hosiery, Gloves and Corsets PRICED FOR QUICK CLEARING LISLE LACE HOSE in plain colors, Reg- ular values up to 45c Sale Price per pair W.B.American Corsets A half-dozen different styles to choose from. grade goods that sold at and (.100 Clearing Sale fin price per pair White Duck and Linen Dress Skirts Reduced Children's Lisle Socks All shades in plain colors, also fancy (ops, and lace shies Sizes 4 1-2 to 6. Reg 25c Clearing sale price pr. Corset Covers CORSET COVERS Reduced to CORSEf COVERS Reduced to CORSET COVERS Reduced to CORSET COVERS Reduced to All other linn reduced 53.75 SKIRTS reduced to SKIRTS reduced to (2.75 LINEN SHADE DRILL SKIRTS, reduced to..... LADIES' WASH SUITS reduced to 'LADIES' LINEN WASH SUITS.reduced to All oihert'Wash. Suits at similar reductions 85cBorderedVoiles 65c 40-in. Bordered 'COTTON VOILES in prptty shades of saxe, tan, and rose. 6 inch Persian border s Clearing Price, per yard 25c WASH BELTS reduced to 25c WASH COLLARS reduced to lOc lOc 15c 25c REDUCED PRICES ON SUNSHADES BOYS' BUSTER BROWN BELTS All each............ Regular 10c large HAIR NETS, clearing at 6 for Reg. 70c French Wool Bordered Delaines 50c Beautiful colorings In select range of pat- terns, with narrow or deep border Clearing at per jarct .............wUC Gents' Silk Lisle Hose in Colors Oaly about ten dozen of these fine quality Silk Lisle Hose, in grey, mulberry, saxe, and. tan. Lines that retail :.at for .11.00! Clearing Sale Price rfng one .from the Diiff MUCH INDIGNATION OVER THE OUTBREAK IN SATURDAY'S 7 GAME AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, B C., July H chairman of the .Lacrosse Comnv'ssion, referring to Saturday's riot, said "It nas one of the most disgrace- ful scenes ever connected with; the national game that I have been so unfortunate to witness In my opin ion Reynolds refereed the game in a most capable manner. When rough play was attempted in the final quar- ter Mr. Reynolds immediately penal- ized the offenders m only the proper manner." When asked what action the Com- mission intended taking regarding the Mr. Senkler went so far as to say he considered several players on Saturday deserving of severe pun- ishment. "Unless the matter is dealt with in the way it should be the game will be given a death blow" "When I have; to.submit to.such in- dignation as hating people spifc in my face and call me all the vile names winch they can recollect, if is about liiiie to quit the was the way "Con" Jones, president of the Van- couver .Lacrosse Sat- day's fiasco. "When the trouble on Saturday made a target for hun- dreds of insulting remarks T luckily refrained from entering into the trou- ble, for. I felt certain that had I. tak- en an active part I would hate been assaulted." LAID HIS KEYS ON DEAD MAN'S GRAVE Road Flooded mutt have died. passing at The Megantic luckily time and in to'-algnals, .and sent a who had the man removed M4 Uketi to Liverpool. farmers bringing grain and other this city are compJainingr about the road being floorloU by the ir- rlgaUon ditch about four or five miles out. It has.been flooded twice with- in a week and Is very muddy. It U on the main road to Coaldale and the ferry and la one of the moat travelled ronds to the city. The farmers know who te responsible but would like to have it looked nftef or they .will have to divert their trade to some tora. MONK OHDERS FOREST RANGE TO GIVE UP JOB TO'DECEASED CITIZEN July polltica guillotine is a peculiar machine, an its operations pass compreheusio of the average man Readers bt the Free Press will pro babl> jecall the story about Hon L P. postmaster ing dismissed the-postmaster at Tra cadie Road, X B, when the said post master.; bad ben dead for nearly years. Hon F D Monk, minister of pub lie works.has gone -Mr. Pelietier one better The other day he sent a let ter to L.. P. Carrigan, a forest rang' at .ChampJain, him 'rom; on grounds of poll ical partisanship, and instructing him to hand over the keys'of his office to Adolphe Chan etier, of the same place But wllen :ifr. Carrigun tried to locate 'bis successor, he found thai he had been dead for tno jears, and he wrote v back to the minister notify- ing bjim of the fact At the same time demanding an investigation, under oath He has not yet bad his reply from the minister an-d is; now wondering what to do with the of hie of fice h'ag taken them to the cemetery and_ placed them upon Mr. Char roller's there was no respons-e, end the kejs of the office consequently remam In his possession BAD FIRE IN.VIRGINIA TOWN Fairmont, W. Va, July of unknown origin almost wiped out the business section of Marmlntoiv near tiere with a lose of this morn- ng Fire companies from here fin illy checked the flames DUCHESS 13 COMING Winnipeg, July Low- thtr, to Reynl Highnvia the Duke of'Con- nauint itft Saturday ffir pointa in the west to be vitited by royal party dur- Ing1 the tour In aut- umn. will accom- pany highneti and prln- 'that Tht will leave Wlnniptg for f Ollie James, of Kentucky. j Blacks Man's Victory ''A black inan's nas the sub ect of an impressive seimon, delivered i the First Baptist Church last night Rev A C. whose subject aa on the conversion and bap- ism by the. Apostle, Peter-6f'the Bthlo- ian Mr Watson pointed out (he lany lesgons to he deiived by the peo- le of today from such an event and oncluded by saying ut a expression to the orld ot faith and acceptance of Jesus hrist a. the ofunan- nd A large congregation listened ttentively to Mr. Watson's remarks. Frank Oberle, agcd442, merchant ol orniosa, Out, vias drowned while athiug. LIBERALS TAKE SEAT FROM Hanky, Cnq, July Louthwaitt, Liberal, rt- tumid 'to the noute of cwfri- man i the bye-election today to flli the vacancy eiua- death of Enoch Efl- He erf "Unionlit candidate by 11M and the Laborite by 4952. At the aene-a1 e'sctlsp Ed wirdt.defftaUd the Unionist by The action of the Liberals in conteitlnf is bitterly by to the 4 broking point. 'f ;