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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta r. July 18, THE LETHBRIPGK DAILY HERALD A Tea of Bine Ribbon Tea has an Individuality of its No other ten Is like it not only in its f lav or but In Its strength It suits all classes If an) one finds Bin. Ribbon Is not superior to the tea formerlj used, all that Is necessarr i> to return the packet and have the money refunded Buy a packet" Your grocer has it or will gladlv get It to fill lour order Pmrineial Telephwe DcpartMit is Cirryiir out a big (Continued from Prent New Toll lurd In Strathcena In Strathcona the telephone de- liarlinent li installing a new toll- board, the present boaid m the gov- ernment buildings-having-.proved in- adequate to meet tire demands of in- creasinK business. The old toll-board will be abandoned, in the v'cry near exchange the university city taking its place? Of similar type to'the toll-board now being erected in yiralhtona, is that completed in Calgai) a couple of months ago The new boards are provided with all fa- cilities for morsing equipment It is doubtful whether any previous chapter in the telephone ,lnstorv of the North Aureucan continent reveals_ so phenomenal a development during id short "a period of jears as'tlut of the the AVAILABLE IN EVERY STATE All Will Have Some Form of Industrial .In- surance- Spotane, Wash, July 'itato in the have some form ot industrial insurance vviUiln neit ten the relief of work- 1 ers injured at hazardous is the prediction made by George A Lee, chairman of the State Commis- sion to administer the Workmen's Com (pensatlon act In Washington, effective Ion October at a meeting of man 'ufaeturers In tnis city" "The he added, "is not designed to work a hard thlp on any one, though it will hurt the casualty companies On the other is generally believed that the nevv sjstem will cieate a better feeling Between the employee and emplojer, and result'in establishing the princi- ple of state industrial insurance on a practical, economic basis The Legis latureThas appiopriated to iboar the expense of administering the Uw, wihich provides that each ot the (industries listed shall contribute a cei tain percentage of Its payroll to an ac cldent fund, from which various irn ounts will he paid for total or part dis- ability, or on the family or de- pendents of the workman: Not a pen ny ot this fund can be uted for other j RURAL TELEPHONES AT TABES (Taber Advertiser) A petition has been circulated bj Mr Ohas Grey in the district along the telephone line east of town tend- ins to the establishment of the- rural telephone system The, cost per 5ear Is J15 00 Many have signified their intention of having the 'phone Installed, and it is possible that a ru- ial exchange -will be established duality or Quantity Which Do You Her- piclde Represents Quality Did you ever hav.e a dealer otter jou a large bottle of something'andtell >ou it was a better remeuv Cor the heU Juan N'ewbro's Herpiclde and cheaper Because in a larger bottle What' Ceitwnly we knew you had Manv other neople have, too What would you say to that same dealer were he to I ell vou a silver do Inr wan' worth, m01 e than a fivedol lar gold piece because it is larger Such an, attempt being a reflection upon your good sense you would prob ably saj some rather pointed things to him You would be ji.stlf.ed Your self demand It. Well, there a.e Just as many good reasons for the difference in size be tween those hollies, as there are for the difference in sve between the silvei dollar and ti'ie five dollar gold piece The truth is thjt the large bottle isn't half laige enough .There Is more virtue ]n a half pint of New bros Herplcide than In a gallon of some of the so called hair prepara There Is dollar's worth of results In the bottle of Herpiclde, but do you know what IB In the other? No' Then it' Your judg- ment, intelligence and the experience o! sour if not jour own, cry TORIES CATER TO EASTERN VOTE Ithe province of Alberta 'since puichase of the Uell-svstem bj goveminent was effected Leaving Dd- monton out of consldeiation (tills be- ing the one eitv of the province hav- ing a. owned Al- berta now has exchange sub- scribers, and i'n.the neighborhood of mul subscribets, or a of er than Calgarv alone now has subscribers sened from __'ie financing Tthe artti-reclnrocity campaign have nol lost upon tbe m-issob of Canadian people in all the Provinces Another significant commentarv on the msmceiitj of the anti-reciprocitv campaign came to'light in Toronto this week It .will be rcDiembercd that Mr J W Plavelle was one of the Toronto millionaires who led in the opposition to reciprocitv on the ground that it would destroy the meat packing imlustrj in which he is engaged as President and General Manager 01 the William Davies Cofh- panv, Limited During _thc past week this compnnv issued to the in- ELDER SONS PEEPER GETS FOR HOUSE OF LORDS Louden has made Them July 18.-r-Thal the cabinet list of .potential people cess, but the much more batisfactorv service that can now given has al- fectcd the ratio of increase in a fav- orable manner and the manual is proung popular wheievcr il is The lime is not far distal when in-every city of consequence in Alberta the antom.ltic svstcm, in the adoption of which Edmonton was the pioneer, will be in general use At the end of 1911 there will be in the piovmcc of Alberta, exclusive of 1'dmonton, miles of trunk line, and of rural a total.of miles., exclusive of the con- struction in the cities. At the end of 1010, the mileage of long distance cahle'was .and as the present and is awaiting tire possibility of (.belt UM in the event that it is ne- cessnrv 'to obtain the passage of the Veto Bill in the House of Lords, there is no doubt It hus been stat- ed that Premier Akquith was ed to n.eeji'a'll cpntigcncies of the it_ is believed that two' of his leading souices of supply the eldest sons of Liberal peers and members of parliament Hie pro- posal to enoble eldtr sonb piuscnts jn nmubing phase Liberals of baronial rank think that if, their ions are en obled thev themselves should be pro- moted to be Discounts Some of the more prominent members of parlia- ment who arc not adverse to joining the nobility, cherish the conviction that if the host of barons ate to he poured.-into'the'iipiier house, of which the large proportion1 must he com- monplace persons- they arc entitled to receive the higher distinction of vis- counts; Drawjng on'the House of Cbmriibhs'.'for new Lords presents a difficulty.. If one hundred or more members of the lov cr chamber arc election will be necessary to fill their places, and it is declared the government cannot afford to iisk taking members of Parliament except from-sa'fe Liberal.constituencies vesting public tluough the Dominion scason nol close before tlic corn; Securities Corporation a.-million .an a quartjr dollars of bonds The brokers print a letter signed by J W Fla- velle, in which, referring to the hi_s- torv and business of the company, ho savs "There is every re'ason to ex- pect .a continued satisfactorj margin plction of approximated 800 addi- tional miles, the above total will he reached. 130 Miles Rural Construction ''Phc increase in mileage of the rural system during twp jearshas lemarUble Last year 1427 TO BANQUET NEW GRAND MASTER The- Masons of. the city are, today planning for an elnboiate celebiation thli evening on ttie occasion of the in Btallation' of the elected Grand Master of the Giand Louse A and M of Albeita, T -AIcNabb, THIRTY DAYS Magistrate Bill Is starting In on his busy season again after a month of itlvely few canes. A round :his to Jio the ordinary dnys and (his and wl drawn, found _ ay from the court room taatjiJL morning appeared for soliciting m. Biirance without'a) license as required under the bylaw. He pleaded guilty and was given 11.00 and costs J R Palmer defended A wages case in "which the charge was preferred ,bjr Mary Saunders was settlement out of court. The usual drunk, without which police court' would not-feel at home, got the isual line which-ilie divvied up In the usual -way. John Hopperisteio, whose forebears might haye settled In Pennsylvania n the early days with the other good old Dutch too freely of the cup: that cheers', and as no one u the couit was acquainted with the }utch A ay of speaking, he was le nanded till, tomorrow to await the arrival of an interpreter. John Young, one moie of the army of wearies! who have been making an easy living in the city without a-cer- tificate for begging, picked up on C P Ti property bv Special Con stable Ashman In an elaborately sousod condition last mgbt He was given ten foi booking and '.or, begging, so will occupy a state-, the newrclink for.thirty days. Late yesteiday afteinoon the man McKay, who was remanded "yesterday morning :'on. the charge ofxragrancy and peeping, into private houses dur- ing the.night, was sentenced to thirty days .at-the new jail. SHOOTING FOR aJd, of profit over and above the been .emarUble Last y ear v and unking luud requirements ol this "llles ot line vv ere strung across the bond issue'' Th.s letter ,s dated, o! A.herta ov arrived in t'rie city from CaJ- jaiy last night to perfoim the cere- mony, .and several others of tbe Grand Juno 23rd, 1911 It'is satisiactorv to contract its confident, tone mth the prophecy of ruin for the meat packing industry nhich made in the memorial presented to Sir Wil fnd LauneV and lion Mr Fielding Mr Fiavclle and others in the month of February Insfe In that memoual Mr expressed the fear that "Tlie adoption of the pro- posed reciprocitv agreement would re suit in ot the meat packing industry in' Ontano and Quo hec." Mr Flat olio's present statement, coupled with the statement issued a shoit time ago on( 'hehalf of the Burns packing concern in the vest, should allav any remaining fears mav exist that Ihe meat park- ing mdustn 'Hill not continue to en- reasonable profits luidcr the pro- f THE LETTER BOX LOOK AFTElTTHE out against It You know whan you go Into that store that Herpiclde Is what you Heed and want You KNOW that Herpiclde Is the original scalp prophj lactic 1 on KNOW that HerplcMe kills the danduiff germ You KNOW that Herplcide atops fall Ing hair You KNOW that Herpiclde makes the hair light, fluffy and beautiful You know these things In the same nay you know that the five dollar gold piece, its size, Is ,more valuable than the silver dollar Tlieii Insist on having genuine Her dollar size bottles are sold and by a" druggists obtained at the best bar sliopt and hair drusalng parlors Send In or for nd iwoklef lo The Herpiclde Co, Mich D lllg ,bbottiam Co, Ltd, special agents Lethbridge, July 17 Editor of the Herald Sir von through the med- ium of the Herald draw the attention of the propei authorities to the con dltion of the road two miles east'of Kipp and opposite Mr. Adams' farm Here a iaige mud hole extend ing across the whole load allowance has been formed and.the people'using this road are cutting Mr. Adam's fence thus allowing stray cat- tle and horses to .destroy Mr. Adams' crop, I may In the matter of interfering with this fence the auto drivers are the offenders, as '1 saw one jump out of his auto and at- tempt to remove the. fence, although >Mr. Adams, and another farmer and myself.were standing; by., Np_w, ,8lr, Instead of fences and in- during law suits, how much nicer and more pleasant It would be If, the farm era and alltolsts would form.a com- mittee, gather together a fund for re- pairing tuch places In the road by the farmer who may :opposi4e to where such break may take place in Ihe road' In conclusion I maj >ai that-when comlnf from Calgary re- cently, our which coming to mMt us'at Kipp station had the pleasure of hauling one of onr leading phyalcians out of this mud hole, >hut the damages to of the wor- thy doctor were great, nothing was left In his jeans .'.to pulling him out of the 40IIN B. ALLAN. 1100 farmers a convenience which is rapldlv becoming indispensable to the agriculturist, and certainly'repays the subscriber many times the_cost of rental in savirg of time which it eflects Before the snow ,flies this fall some-1500 additional miles of line will have been constructed, or a total for the two vears 01 over 900 miles It is onlv in tact during the last couple of vears that the ex- tension ot telephone services to the farmers on any ambitious scale has been possible As the policy of the government is to iea.uire .one new bscriber lor oven additional mile of virc hv which the ruial system is extended, the length of lines and the number of individual subscribers are represented bv almost identical fig- ures The rural cxleimluiis ute carried out in all parts of the pro- vince, as far as possible the faimers of each distuct being equallv served hv Ilic ncvv construction, in propor- tion to density of population and oth cr factors. During the season no fewer than twelve gangs of men, eight of whom are engaged on the rural lines, have been in the field earning put exten- sions for the telephone department On an average there are men m each gang, and the total number of day workcis is little short ol 200 To Centralist Small Offices of small offices throughout the province is a polic) to carried out by the department in the ncai future, experiences oper- ators being placed in control in every case One advantage of the new sys- tem will he that the ttunk lines wil be relieved of a large part of the trouble that has been experienced in the past. Installation ot new exchanges lorms an important feature ol this season's work Stroii'C exchange has just horn completed Installation of oth- er new exchanges, at Bow Island, Hassano, Langdon and Grass; Lake, is also contemplated When these are complete every town of any .im- portance, with the exception of a number along the line of the road construction, will be equipped with an adequate, exchange.. The Sewer Deodorizing.Company Is claiming that Winnipeg will have to hear the expense ot 'he installation of Ihe. fifty machines recently pur- chased for use HI the ni holes. hto !hlg new- position. T. McDon- Grand 'of the Grand 'officers are expected to arrive this afternoon. The ceremony take -place in the lodge roomo after which', the, North Star Lodge, A. F. and l banquet-Grand Master Me- the visiting officials of -the Grand Lodge at Uie Let librldge, Hotel G. T. P. ENTRANCE INTO SASKATOON Saskatoon Sask July Clmkskill is back.m the city after a-vlslt to Winnijx'g, .'during "which he conferred Grand Trunk Pacfic officials regarding the entrance into Saskatoon. The matter has .been hanging fire (01 over two years and it is now understood'that a definite plan has been formed by the railway .company'to get into the city, Ihe en- trance being west of the C. N. II. with stations and freight sheds on 23rd St. about seven blocks .west.of the C. N, R BIO WAREHOUSE AT SASKATOON 'Saskatoon, July: realty deal of .considerable magnitude was con supimnted here today when George AIcLaughlin of the. McLaughlin Car- riage Auto Works, Oshawa, pur- ohase'd' a large site on .First Ave. be tweeu 23rd and S4th Sts. for ware- house Building operations "will commence at once upon the larg cst distributing house .west.of Win- nipeg, fioni which this companv will do business for the province of Sas Thje property is MO x 100 and Is in the heart of the whole- sale district. CURED OFJONSTIPATOI Mr. Andrews Dr. Indlaui Root Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, N S, "For many yean I fcavt troubled with chronic Constipation This all ment never comes single-handed, aan I hjvc been a v K! itn to the many ilbussa that constipation brings hi its train Medicine after medicine have taken in order to find relief, but one and all left Bit in the same hopeless condition Ktracd th.t nothing would expel from me the one ailment that cau .cd so much trouble, yet at last J read about that Indian Root Pills That indeed a lucky day for mt, lar I was M impressed with tht state- ments made that 1 determined to five them a fnir trial have regulated my stomach fa4 I am, I tlaim the} tan M tqnl M a meii- For wtr half a century Dt. Hone's Indian Root havl beni curing con- stipation r.nd clogstd, htctive kidneys, with ad the ailments which result from them. They cleanse the whole ejrMOi blood. SoU KING'S PRIZE Bisleyj.Camp, July started this morning in the greatest of. all rifle events, the Kings' Prize for which there-are. nearly competi- tors The wind is stiong and gusty and the light changeable. The first stage'today consists'of seven shots each at 200, 100 and 600 jards, the top three hundred1In the aggregate moving on into the second stage shoot next-Friday r> A change, how'ever, has been made this year in the order of shooting, the first range being the 600 jards 'In yard range shot off.this morning Lanee Corp J Trainer, R C R., Toronto, the. only, one of the Canadians shooting to make a possible of 33 The scores of the Canadians were as follows: Sergt Martin, Calgarv, 29, Lieut W.O.Morris, Winnipeg, 28; CaptMilne Vancouver, 33, Sergt dauthalir, 27, Col Sergt Hodsoji. Calgari, 28, Corp 15, 28, Private LieuC'I'.- H. Morris, 32 Mortimer, 27, "Major Staff Sergt Freeoorn, Clifford, Corp Roberts, 27, Lieut Meiklejohn, 2S Sergt Carmichael, Calgary, 24 Sergt Tnst Bayles, 31, I te Bibby, 11, Sergt Patterson, 28, Lieut Spit- Ull, 25, Staff ergt Hall, 29, Mai McLaipn, 40, ergt Russell, 30, Lance Corp Trainer, 35, Staff Sergt Rich Toronto. 27. ergt Cliff, 16, Capt Do'er, 30 Pte Warden, 19, Col, Duff Stu.irt, 20, Lieut Blackburn, Winnipeg, 26, Wayne, 28 A RNE SAMPLE In keeping with the rest 01 Sunnv feoulhern Alberta the Stirling dis MAJESTIC THEATRE W. I. SHERMAN, TWO NIGHTS Thursday and Friday, July 20th and 21st Sherman Cleveland prevent The Honeymoon Trail' A muiical comedy in two staged 20 SONG HITS 20 30 ARTISTS 30 500 LAUGHS 500 LOOK ONLY and Now Selling vicld ol nbeat ever grown in tha vicmitj 'I his is the statement o Miller and Degrner, general mer chants of that who this n.orn ing brought into the Herald office one of the finest sair.ples ol spring whca has been exhibited, in the cil} tins siimmei The sample stand over lorty inches m height, am ihows'fine large heads which are lust m the blossom period The is lank and healtln and the heads should fill well that an average tor this particular crop would not placed too high at tlnrtj-five hush els to the acre. The sample was taken 'from Mr..: Maxwell's [arm one half mile from Stirling elevator. Iron a 'field of five hundred acres, all in the best ol condition. MUlcr and Degener add that there are many crops m the district on a par with the saraple submitted This wheat was. grown on land .broken last sum- mer and seeded tliis spunc; TONIGHT 7 P. M. EXTRAOBDINA1 "Daughter of the Mines" A Story of the Canadian WaeL "The Old Water Jug" "Soap in His Eyes" "Lil's Career" WEDNESDAY Eoyal Naval Review at Spilhcnd. THEATRICAL A HONEYMOON TRAIL" AT 1HE MAJESTIC THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Sherman and Cleveland, who pres- ent "The Honejmoon at the Majestic for two performance on, rhnrsddv and Friday, are two prog- ressive joung managers, who, in their offering are catering (to a long felt want in tho> musical show business thioughout the territory' Jt has been the custom of managers in bringing big musical attractions through Ca nada to increase Ihe'price of "admis- sion to practically double what it was in the Stales and Eastern cities Tneii argument wan that in moving so many people over territory from Winnipeg west, railway fares and oth er expenses were enormously heav hence each manager felt justified in making a" substantial raise in prices Consequently the theatre patrons of this great big prosperous West have come to a realization that musical js are a very expensive luxurv, and as a consequence the show bust- ness during the past several months has taken a decided slump In this ie, Messrs Sherman and Cleveland have decided to offer the public a big musical production at' popular prle two dollars, but one dollar for best ing that the Increas ed attendance will more than offset the difference in price. There is not a business man In the world who will not charge all he can wares, hut manv of our most successful business have built up colossal fortunes by working on the plan of small profits and quick sales Then why not In the show business? It sounds like and Messrs Sherman and Cleveland be lieve 'that It Is. Hence.they are today offering opera at one dollar which is In every way the equal, if not the peer, of any musical show which has appeared In this territory at" two dollars. Quenche. the ihmt in wholesome and the and good. CtMl u not med- icine but health. C.C. PAGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT CO. Lefibrldge, LAUGHED AT CALGARY IDEA AT THE EUREKA A program that was both pleasing and entertaining was presented at this popular family theatre last night lo two good audiences "The Fate Of Joe or "Who Robbed the was a beautiful interesting drama. "The .Yankee Girl's .Reward" was anothe adrama that was appre- ciated equall) as well "No Beaux was a roaring comedy that created many laughs "The Pinlter ton Man" was an Interesting detective storv and the program all through Is one that should not be missed bj one Calgary oaneM during the Jew days are featuring the negotiations of the citv council for a supply of coal for the citr utilities Ther advoaiio the acquirement ot a small mine at some point, or else contracting for the output of reliable ralne. Aid. Watson suggested contracting for output of the Letthbridff Collieries at Kipp This seemed ratlwr absurd so the flemld man called at the com- pany's office in the Hull block this roornmsT to find out If there waa any tilllh In the statement negotia- tions were being carried on with tbw object in mind Manager Maxwell [was not in but the accountant at the Idea When the mine la run- ning full blast, as it will before, end of the sear, the Lethbridge Col- lieries will be raising over 1000 tona per day, which would be considenblr more than Cnlgary city would need Even now the mines are putting out nearly 75 tons a daj and this ia just as a part of the development work. It has been found very eaay to sell tbli amount to the farmers In the Kipp dis- trict for their steam ploughing opera- tions The development of the mine Is being rushed, and the machinery placed so that if possible will be In good running shape by the time cold comes this winter, ABLER DEAO London, Tuly HerauDd A4- ler chief labbl of the United Congre- gation of the British Empire, to- He was born at Ranorer, May 30, 1831, the son ot Chtef Na- than Maroui Adler He was ordatncA In and. chief In 1897 i Building permits iggregitliii OOfl were taken out In Winnipeg jres- terday. Pacific coast cannerymen look for a record pad. of e.inned salmon this vear. the of Scattlt. I'auhc Kishcrman, BRAIN WORKERS vho llttla eierciM, fed Utter ell round (or an occasional dox ol "NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives Thw Unc iipthe liver, more the bevels gentry but freely, iTKam and clear Uie btain, A new, pleasant and laxatiw. rrtsbta flrm, worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark 2Sc. i boi. If pur druggfit has not yet stocked them, 2Se. we will mall them. NATIONAL OBUO 4 CHEMICAL COMfANV OF CANADA, LIMITSD. MONT-HAL SI ;