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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, If you had trouble with Cake Icing, it was not Cowan's. Even a child can. ice a cake perfectly, i.i three minutes, with Cowan's Icing. Eight delicious flavors. Soldeverywhere. The COWAN CO. UMiicd, TORONTO. 73 TEACHER TOO FASCINATING Board Advertises Now f_r cd One, With Glass Eye and Cork Leg 'Fort Collins, C May ad- vertisement was in the local paper by a member of Vi'-ginia Dal.- District School For scho.-l district 12. a teacher with a glass eye. grav- headed, a wo i.len or r> rk leir. so she can't dance, and is siir.- t take to the woods if she a IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Delhi, Out., May gas has been struck here ai a depth of feet on hind at the rear of H. Darby's hotel near the Grand Trunk station. A fine quantity and quality of oil had been located, as well as a salt before the drillers through to gas. One gas well is now in operation and has pounds pressure. The finding of gas and oil in this vicinity has created a stir and the oil and ga.s experts and manures have been arriving daily from Penn- sylvania and Ohio. Standard Oil ag- ents are keeping track of oil discov- eries. f Darby mad.e the discovery in n unique way. There were no surface indications of either gas. but the hotel man thought it would excitement to bore and attract cus- tomers to the hotel. The hou-3 ex- periment cost but the hotel receipts were in addition to the immensely valuable discoveries Miss Pur-Ire tau-nt the Vir- ginia Dale School. She and was deluged will t and was deluged with invitations to dances. A dozen country youths of the fanning country laid their hearts at the altar. of h'-r beauty. The grave hfads of the school board soon decided that a teacher who .danc- ed so divinely and so frequently a. night could not favorably work her head during the day. Then the board inserted, adv.-r- Was Troubled With HI H p u Weak Back For Tears. i Young Ranger Handles Burning Dy- and sev- veral Lives Could Not Perform Toront0f _Ajl obscure act of Duties. i heroism among the wilds of the north Without AraJQ. [country was reported in the Provin- cial Department of Lands and Mines Mm. Arelu Pofr.t, morning and will be inves- writes: "For yetn I WM troubled with tinted by the Minister with a view- weak back. Oftentimes I tain in bod lfl some adequate r'ecogni- for days, being scarcely to torn my- tion. self, and I aJao been a, great The search for the body of H. Ar- while trying to perform my household Grand Trunk agent at Algon- dutiea. I had attending mo with- ,iujn> was drowned by the over- turning of a canoe has been thus far unsuccessful, and on Sunday night it was decided to dynamite the lake in ihr. vicinity of the tragedy. As a result sonic twenty .stick? of dynamite were thawed out TMGHM dynamite were being thawed out ad- join in-.' tlii; cottages occupied the sectioninen, their wives and children. out avail and tried liniments and but nothing seemed to do me any good. I was about to giva up in despair when my husband induced me to try Kidney Pills, and after using two boxes I am now. well and able to do my work. I am posi- tive Doa.n'8 Kidney Pills are all that you claim for them, and I would advise all kidney sufferers to give them a fair trial." Kidney Pills are a purely vege- table medicine, realizing uuick, permanent rulief, without any after ill A medicine that will absolutely cure Back-': l-i "some unexplained manner the ache aud all forms of Kidney and Bladder Disease. A medicine that strengthens the fcidnoyi fuse attached to one of the sticks ig- nited. The men, with one exception EDDY WARE One a Solid. Hardened, Latting without a Hoop or Seam. Alany other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply you. Etwrywhert, in Canada, ask for NO NEED TO WORRY BABY FELL FIVE STORIES Plunged into Woman's Skirl Hung on i ToroQto, Ont. so that they are enabled to extract the decamped, calling to the inmates of poisonous uric acid from the blood and pre- -ill" cottages to run and escape being the chief cause of Rheumatism. Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Clothes Line and by Wind inflated In ordering specify Dota'i in- New York. M.-i.v n. ageM is -I, irishman in New Y he fact that he is {.hi- t-en children. He ii'-l! a the head. ire escape (1f flights up. it'. I S v when lie fell oil. He of the fire .-1 and bounced fr in tin-re t line, a storey low.'r still. stop was tj-- he tumbled int--! a woman's j out on the line and infbiied by the wind. The skin io bi-.: for Pat- sy and he slirnr-d isi.r his fall was broken and n il! n.-nlfs fal- lowed. The women, however, did ?eem to understand, and one young ranirer -or section nuui.' whose name has not yet been learned, ran back and seized the smouldering stick j j ECLIPSES OF MOON i w't'1 part's and then! AND-SUN THIS MONTH tlirew h llim" Just if ]'-ft' Washington. Two il with in- .spoetaclo.s i-.i 'tin- tni' ai''- The y -inifr man j '.l will ..cf-ur J. Ottawa.. June 'Marine De- partment officials say that the placing of the new vessel, on the Great Lakes is no contravention of the treaty between Canada and the United States respecting war vessels on these waters. The "Simcoe" has been described as a divertable arm- ored cruiser, to be utilized as fish- eries protective cruiser but officials description is entirely erroneous. The vessel is not a cruiser but a buoy boat and -will be used to handle gas buovs. Hi llg These eve, se.- Ihr nio'ip. on .T-iiie 3rd .vid 17. Tin- moon i-t'Hy ;ed iis totality will hs: !i -ur. sun will in totalliry the n .rlh interest j-t eclipse which will be visible 'Vi" Jijih" of tht- e.-.rlh. Only a f.-w nn-n, Conimander Pob1. M. and his r-r.-w who MV now on .-in'Arctic and p--r- !ps a whalers will hav.' a-! -pporMinity of obse-viiTj the torality His prompt savi-cl eh! I'j-tik S.ip.'riiuejident Barlle't "investigate the report ;ind tie- n- tlie N rtli j The rev. luiionists were forced to lib- the only pnrt th.- j thij president, win iminedhlely it will be seen its n tot.il took means to suppress the most vig- us and is.seemingly master of the in' ion. sovereigns fo TEDDY WEBB The Funniet Man in the World of Comic Opera as Tweedlepunch in "Flc- rodora at the Lyceum OPERA FILLY WON Hurst Park. June Selling piste of 200 on the roof of the Eaton store here to tw'> year old distance rive communicate with the Kato.n sunimer "in today and won bv ih j residence at Musk ka- and the Eaton Opern filly. The Thimble j yacht Techla Lake Ontario. Exptr- second, and H. P. WhiUiey's Xela iments will be conductexl with. Win- filly third. Eleven horses'Van. nipeg and in a short time there may be a regular Eaton wireless servicf SEATTLE FAIR OPENED D. C., June in- event at the White House today will be the opening of the Yu- kon-Ala.ska-Pacific exposition at Se- Former Governor Crittenden, between flic big stores here and succumhed to .a stroke of Winnipeg. aitle by President Taft. He will touch solid gold key, ornamented with .'gold nuggets from Alaska and will transmit the electric spark that will -4art the machinery in the -exposition rounds. The ceremonv will take apoplexy. EDOUARD EUECHNEK The Energetic Conductor of the San Francisco Opera Company Lyceum Theatre, June 2 and 3 at the 1 place at 3 o'clock this afternoon. LYCEUM San Francisco Opera Company in "FLORODORA" E-tople-E Elegant Chorus tiept Costumes The Musical Event Prices ?5c The Best yet Seen in the City Curtain to rise pt ai No one seated during' acts Scene from as given by the San Francisco Opera Company at the SEA TS ON SALE ALL DAY To-morrow ;