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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGF DAILY HERALD Or CANADA Money is Power to help yourself ind _______________________ others. But only the money save- not the money that slipi through your fiugeri. You will find a savings, Account a great help m accumu- lating tins power. Why not ktart one now, in this Bank Interest compounded at highest current rates. Money may be withdrawn at any tune. M.ln Off'lw Round dtdpith StfcG. R. TINNINO, Stirling H. Aetlno Qrmiy W. Luckhirdt, Minaitr. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, CVO.LLD.DCL, PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GEHtlUL CAPITAL, RE5T, FARMERS' BUSINESS Canadian ot Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business including the discount an J collectioa of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge on application 'BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of! he Canadian Bank of Commerce to be'operated by mail, and will receive the same careful .tteotion as is g.ven to all other departments of the Bank s business Money may be deposited or uithdi aw n in this way as sitisfactonl) as by a personjl visit to the Bank. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. THEATRICAL AT THE EUREKA One-ol -the best picturt programs ever In was presented at tho Eureka last night. The first pic: ture entitled "Tlic Brother's a beautlfuf Imp drama uith many sad but interesting scenes. Tho Trip to Grand waa an In- showing man} points of interest through Krancc A prett) water acene was.shown .In' which was entitled The Custom House 01 ticer s Dog, went to show loie a dog can haife for hit inastar II R Coopei, the. famous harltona singer of whom mau> of or-r soers are neH'acquainted sang that beautiful vballad .'.'Simon-, the and received dii oiithurst of ap pUuse that be was compelled to turn to the footltelits, when he Bang anothei Ixautiful ballad so sjilted tor atrong, rich ban tone voice The best number on program was a beautiful hand colored Pathe, and 'The as pretty a pic- ture .as.was ever- shownron a screen. "THE S8UAW MAN" AT THE MAJESTIC For the public 'ihlch lehshes melo- drama the presentation of Cdward Wilton plaj The Squaw than an amusement. using tho much abused re fram it mav he said of such a plav that It Is ossentiallj interest- Ing and highly entertaining It car rles with it the impress of popularity ftnd, though deepls ron.antic and of verging on the tragic, there is a ferialii Vam'oiint, of humor sumcient CUJfARD LINE Servict Do you know you can nov (ravel between Canada and-. England by the old reliable, Cuhard .Line direct'Canadian service'ialling. from London To London 3rd clatt fiCMri 129 From London Cabin (one claw) up The excellence ot sen Ice for which the line is so well known Is being maintained In its Canadian Service. For full particulars, apply tb any Cunard'Line Canadian Seirlce ,to H E. LIDMAN, Gen Aflt Can West, 446 Mam St, Winnipeg, Man. to cam it through, and 'relieve ft from am heuv inesa The story U good and loit nothing of its flavor In th'e interprets tion, for the. actors, one and all, gave it a tone of actuality "There Is a diversity of characters from a British aristbcr-at arid an An- glican bishop, to a Western, desperado and Tubjwana, the chief of- the Utes and this helps to give the piece a touch of variation removing it. from the cut-and-dried order. Geo. V. Diirimiwrsbnated the hero with youthful ardor and unflinching decision .of purpose, and the Lady Uiana of Edna .Alarsbhll was no less :C. Bennett made a cap- ital Indian a stoic embodimen; of the real.-article; Glenn Porter as the Sqiiaw-conveyed'the" right idea of the part she took Bis Bill, the fore man of Cars ton'9 ranch, and "Cash1 Hawkins, rustler and had mini, >verc forcibK bv AI Smith and Allan Longstreet In "conclualon it may he taid that" it often one sees a play human as 'The'Sqiiaw Man." r SUNDIAL FARMER ANSWERS MOST UNFAIR CHANGE, luly 21, 1911, To the Editor of the Herald there Is being .in effort made by some ot our politicians to sidtli'1 seeds ol dissension in llii ranks of tht Unitcil Faiinirs and di- vide them aganikl. Uicmseltrs to de- lul their n inlercsU, u timel} word ol winning from one who has learned Ironi experience that such >i onl) the tricks ol our politicians cannot Ml amiss 'IliC) arc uide.iv. onng to loru, us to believe our Icadtr-i i" oreninralion have sold uk lor rfii acciucmcnt 'whollj bcnUictal to IhemseHM. and as several hundred new members have, been added to our tlir- past jur who do not jet tlioioughl) umlcLsUml the principles of larm organisations and the ultimate good an ilcstiiien to actoii'Dlisli for all industrial ol.isi- 04, such a turning ol things uubide ilovin icttilil) Imds .ii.cept.inci. with them and accomplishes the-results lor uiiiUi thci are, to dis- solve our union and prejudice us against our own interests Some such seeds learn have been sown bv our lion Member to 1'arliamcnb and while we would ijin question his hon- or it bears sonic evidence on its face is oring donu thioiigh an ulterior mo- tive. The united demands ol the (arm ers lor' tacifj' rciliiction lie lias shied toad would from a snake IM you get the full benefit Of VICTOR In your home? Do ,you that VICTOR reco-iis aie more ordinary music' Thoj m creates t musicians' of music, inter- preted and rendered bv Uie ftft'd musical artists of our Itmes Thev are not only a louree of perpetual enjoy but a means of educa- 'Moii in' the highest sense of word RISCH PIANO CO. Dominion pttmo'a colonial lorcc, whether militia or permanent force and that was to furnish in advincc personal escort to the King on thr occasion of hit. London to the' Guildhall whire lie was pre- sented with the the city of -London ..and honored by ,J banquet. The contingent also furnished a guard of honor lor Her Richness, Princess Louise, on the ottaMon of the Canadian d ij at tht Crj slal pal- ace these pamphlets bear evidence of it- sumg Irom the Manuiacturcrs' Asso- ciation, and if they contain" a single, allotment of truth surely the produc- ers of tliem are philanthropists of a prehistoric age, and sprung as a lipiout Iron the root of a vine ol virj ancient origin for if life trade or a lowering of duties would en- hance thr prices on articles ol manu- facture then whs are the combinea In these trades so bitterlv opposing tt' Hr.! norden and hjs parly oppose j the ipriprocitv pact he savs, on na- tional grounds ind tint the best waj to keep the States Trusts out ot Canada is to build a tariff against iiicra Now we believe Mr Hordcn is sincere and patn jotit and believing as he does that Ifrcei trade icl.itions v ilh the States cmlangcis uur mlionhood, we would liki to luiow i' then is a limit to the protrctive policv Ins patriotism mignt lead him to establish, and nigh he intends building the tar- A phenomena which pii7zles scien- tiita and oil experts: lias presented it- self-in the Humble oil fields, Texas, where a well down feet blew explosion, and forth lava and Diarrhoea. Dysentery. Summer Complaint, Colic. Cramps Stomach, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum and all Looseness of the Bowels the Use Pains tr FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY OTBT mat telh to ot eon. r who wuhea ta III rtJoUUou ubttlttltH WnttMlMl CoMonde for "Dr. FmrlerV them my lie to year ketlth. TMT rock. Cod Liver Oil With the Oil Taken Out A T Science and iff wall fo keep tht States trusts j a terrific fiom jumping it at the present rate llouls irter a numbci ol them have climbed ovoi anil securilv monopolized tiade, in this conn I rj, and a number of others hcrt under itb protecting influence havt becoiiii' Miong enough to thing The M issev Harris Co are a sample of tbii, for alter having ch until the C-vnidian farmer lo their lirilT inflated prices., thej have scaled (lit UnF wall into Ihe States to fas- ten their tentacles more securely' upr on On agriculturalists there be'; ol our brothtr larmtrs lo not be deceived liv scurnlous reports coiiccining oui leaders No societj isas eici imugiiratcd lor the better- ing of thr agricultural tiassos than to get from ours, or had better nnd grander men that abominable fishy taitc nnd at its IK it! thev seek no further in of penpli still take it in Enrol- politics, than lo srvcr vou from blind- j S numpti tor unaoul KM Skill Oil from the liver of the cod-fish has been used as a preventative of disease and a restorative for ages For a long lime It has been the general opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Liver Oil was the gn.asy, oily part itself drawback being the' unpala- fishv taste of the oil From the first experts have been try- In? to find meant, to make it more pala- table They uvd to 'cut" it with it in it with N.EW DAYTON NEWS A R L A N D Ij follouing that by more thought, consider isbiicj upon then face, discern their virtues and casl your- voles with -a clear understanding of you seek (o obtain. i A SUNDUL FAUMRR ALBERTA OFFERS SILVER CUP Edmonton, Alta ,lulj 32 Hon Duncan Mamliall, Minjsler of Agticul turn, has notified the manageri Ol -the Internalloiml Dry Congress, which meets at Colorado Springs, October 16, that the Province o( Al- berta will give a HOO trophv cup as me ol the premiums at the dtv-firm- ing exposition. The cup will be awarded lor .the best exhibit, ol forage, .aid grasfM made bj anj county or dis trict, and is open to the competition. It will he a handsome allair of sterling silver. Canada took the gland .sweepstake prize at the llry Karining Congress last year. ARricultural practices known as are beginning to be univcrsallv used in this part of -Cfln- ila. ivhrrc the farmers are deep and suiniiit-i fallow iim. greaty, oily and a strain on the digestion Doctors to think it was the oil itself that built up the slow to find out that the oil was a dhtmct drawback to the medicinal prin- contained in It Crude oil is indigestible, and will. In tinie, put tlx: strongest stomach ntitjof order. A .way has now been discovered to do with the grease and the smell and yet retain all the medicinal properties at the liver This is done by rcn oving the fresh oil from the new livers. The liver pulp is then rediiccd to the form of an extract like beef extract. Nyal's, Cod Liver Compound is simply thjt liver extract combined with an ex- inct.of malt nnd healing n'ild cherry. It also contains the true' hypophosphkes. This combination' makes Nyal's Cod Ijver Compound delicious .builds up the system, and makes you strong' Take it when you feel yourself losing your crip It's pleasure to iwn the cHildren Kkc it. Get bottle to-day ward off for a larft bottlt. Your will cheerfully recommend h he knows til about it. sold and guarantMd by ALIERTA DRUG 4 iOOK CO. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM 4 CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALKXANDEK LETHIRIOOE New DaVton, July D. .E. who promoted New. Dayton townsite, and has been here on a business visit, returned to Dayton, Ohio, on Filday last Dr Hunter, since''coming lo New Daylon, has been interested with a company of which his brother, A. 0. Hunter, is President; iii promoting the town of miles Irom Portland, in Oregon Tlllb town is but a jcar old, without a railway, hut can boast of a waterworks svstem, clccttic light planl, saw mill, good hotel, three hardware stores and large gen- eral scores besides small groceries and .1 population of 1200 people. It is the proposed 'lac of the Great Northern and Southern Pacific rail- ways, and these roads are expected lo build into.the town within a year. The compani interested in the pro- motion'-of the Bend interests are ci- pcctmg to clean up in the enterprise Dr. Ilunlci to New Davton Ihe fust week m August and will be accompanied hj laud seek- ers _ Mrs lU.E Skeith expects, her moth- er and sister from Stlllwater, Minn lor a month's visit Thev have been travelling for six months in the Pa- cific coast country will come from via" Crow's Nest line Miss Moreland entertained last Fri- dnj in honor of Miss McConna, who lias btcn usiling Mi and Mrs C I Mahood and Mr and Mrs R P At- kins. The I atlies' Aid met last Thursday at the home of. Mrs. John Whitsel. Seicnteen ladies were present and this is reported to ,be the ordman miir.'bcr. New Davton Ladies' Aid measures up to Urgcr congre- galions in attendance at meetings, membership, and enthusiasm. The next meeting will be at, the home of Mrs C. I. Mahood. I Wm. Scott has disposed of his home stead eleven of New Dillon, to Mr Moe, whose hoiue- Mcad joins it The price paid, understand, Mr. Scott is now building an addition, 1-1 x 2-1 to his house, north of :New Dayton Mr. and -Mrs. Jas.' Peat, and Mrs. Mcfluie, of Lpthbndge, weic weck- enil guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C.: McDonald. A big cro'wd qf New Dayton rooters followed "the to Stirling yester- day and helped theni lo take their slight defeat. At the end of the first hall of the !Hh thc.-scorc was even. In the. last half Stirling made a'run, making the score 18 lo 17 in Ihcir favor. Mr. Morgan, of the-IJankoI Com- merce staff, is holidaying at Water- ion Lakes. A song practise of fifteen numbers will be held before the regular ser- vice !at tlic Presbyterian church ncvt Sunday night. .The. hour will be 7.15. Mrs. Goldsworthy left, for Spokane on Saturday, where she will visit her parents for a month. Mrs. of Magrath, sislcr of Mrs: S. J. Martin, accompanied by, motored to New Dayton on Wednesday last, returning Thurs- day T..L. Duncan returned to his home- stead in 1-4 on Saturday morning, taking with him 'a load of lumber and wire. John Forslan has purchased a new separator. John is convinced that a big harvest to handle in N'ew Davton district. J W Krj, who with his partner, is interested in running horars at Lexington, Ky.j arrived on Saturday lo visit his Algon Fry. Vfs. Pr} preceded hirn a invmth Ago and may stay with Algon for some Hint. K. r. Atkir.; iv.repairing his scp- MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Minigir, TO-NIGHT ONLY TO-NIGHT Tht Qrutnt Dramatic Hit of Ctnlury ,__ "The Squaw Clarence Bennett Co.'s Breaker By EDWIN WILTON ROVLI THE SHOW THAT DAZZLED TWO CONTINENTS A Stirring American Orimi In Four Onit i OALLMY-W. Extensive alterations are now being made on the Interior of this theatre and when completed, Starland will be the flntet Photoplay-House west of Winnipeg. To the soun'd of the hammer and saw we will present THKEE BIG ALTERA-- TlOlSy PEOGRAMS. PROGRAM NO. 1. TWA' HIELAND LADS 'C The bicxeit producer In Motion THREE SISTERS This is a charmlni picture In every war It and tlalmi the attmtion. SEMINOLE SACRIFICE A thrilling Indian picture. ,f j1' PICTORIAL R. E. WIUUIS. WATCH FOR THE DATES OF t TODAY THE INDIANAPOLIS AUTO RACE. TONIOHT 2 P. M. YOU AUTO SEE IT 7 P. M. COMING THIS WEEK to BARONS, CARMANGAY, CHAMPION THE ORIGINAL CORONATION PICTURES 4000 FEET OP FILMS, INCLUDING DBA1TATEO AND COMEDY PICTUKES. ILLUSTRATED SONGS By Yic. Turner. Barons Wed. 25, Dipnoi Tlnn. Z7. Cbupimi 3 THE ELITE AMUSEMENT CO. aralor, getting ready for a hjg tea- son's threshing W J Bell is back irom Bottineau, N to look after the crop on his section, four n-iles south of Mrs R W Risingcr is to her mother and father, Mr and 'Mrs Og- lesbcc from WainM'iIle, Ohio, for a monlh's visit. Miss Martin, who has been visit her brolher lor the past month, returned Thursdav, last home 'n Wis consin J Mis Frank Smith, who has hrra visiting her srster, Mrs J F Mc- Kaj, Iclt lait week to visit her pir- cnts MI Mmol, D Mi Smith ac companied her as far as Sweet Grass ALD. OLIVER HAD FINE TRIP Aid. Wm. Oliver-returned yesterdiiy Trom a three months' trip to Great Britain. He looking in perlect heatth and reports having enjoyed his trip tmmenBelv "What Impressed yo.u in the old Mr. Oliver was asked. "One thing stands out more than another and that -la. She great wealth and Ihe great poverty in London and the great gulf botween them. In some wajs the British museum and Its onder impressed me Nn Mnei CHI MM Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton carload lots Phone 1475 thing else I apent several dayi then and found It'a wonderful place." Mr Oliver had a iplendld view ot the Coronation procession, occupying BUnd cet apart for Canadlami It was a magnificent apcctacle and crowds were wildly enthurtantlc "You may be surprised to ed Mr Oliver, "that many who had seen Coronaltion eventa be- fore, left the citj during the Corona- tion and spent the week Maalde resorts. The crowd moitly made up of the poorer and vUUon." Mi Oliver thought the Canadian mllltarv contingent and the Mounted Police the repreeenttilvei from the other Domlnloni. He apent a with Bupt. Wilton at the Mounted Police otmp Mr. Oliver wm delighted 'to find crop BO Mptandtd here. He said that he found Saskatchewan and Manitoba very backward bad been having too ranch rain, and be- tween Moose Jaw and Qu'AppeUe there WM a lot of water lylnr la "elds. SUMMER EXCURSIONS Vow can rouwl trio fares, until September 30 to t t EASTERN CANADA rill vu itnnw Fort WiltUn uil Own B MAcmrtCKMT B niliu Fort WiHi.ra trar Tuwiiv. .od (itlirday. until SepWmbar 90, to til prindiwl OB the PACIFIC COAST twh. it pmftU Ko Inpe rwcasiry lo TevfM iml Cen from Ih For eonvkle .nil spNr CANAMAN PACinc BAILWAY or write to R G. McNEILLIE, (Mrid nl, ;