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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rage TTTT: LETTTKRIDGF, DAILY TTEKALT> -Tune "Frait-a-fiyes" Restores Tfce Health and Slrsngih of Yoi'ih, GRANPI-: J.IC.NK. J.ui. md. IQIO. "11 ilvrceiy.iiiiii.'ful to suliVr the rili'S. I am over So vcars of suffered, I for ir.c ihr'-i: lo with Tiles. I trial nil kiruis of remedies, J received a or Alter taking j a IV v: fcU "I'-iii'.-.vtivcs" wove :.'io As hero i wrote to i'or swrrul MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Juno King George's birthday there was no exchange bore today in wheat and stocks. American prices die us fol- lows: .Minneapolis: July opened M .'M. clos- ed H7-7S: Sept, oyened closed 1-1'. j Chicago: ,'lulv opened 1-4, closed i 1-1: Sept. opened closed j 1-1: Doc. opened closed j Liverpool Live Stock I Liverpool, Juno Holers ,Co. report today thai the in Birkenhead way lower, hvavy rut tie being very hard to sell, and there v.-as a reduction in price of one quarter 'o one half cents per pound, hot a States and Canadian steers making from 11' to 1- o-l cents per pound. The value of sheep was also lower, wethers making 11 l-i' ecu is and Jambs cents per pound. SIUT" And'1 Seo R. A. Wright's S Window Articles Arc ortJi Four Times This Amount LETHBRiDG- MARKETS the past week wheat and! feed remain the same, but potatoes I and tomatoes are great I v World News Fresh From The Ticker A'tTT ioi'i" lest iiiv vt't' the had N. JOL'BIiRT. Livt-r i-'ruit-n-tivcs fruii: meiliciri? plesjv.isi to ths vet v.o other hus been to be so silec'dve in folks in good At a'l or on rccrfut of price by i'Mui-s-uves Limited, Xo. 1 Xo. 2 Xorthren No. Xorthren Winter Xo. 1 Alberta Red 2 Alberta Red No. Alberta Red Barlev MISS MAY ROBERTS Who Appears at tne Msiestic Five Nights commencing Tuesday, bill. "The Thief." Cut prices. Opening Dr. POUMI, of Paris, will establish ilisfirnsary to treat tuberculosis J '.vhicli has been work ing marvellous cures in Kitropc. person broke into the office 'lie Uiu-hie Contracting and Sup- .6S i tily Co., .if Vancouver, and stole a numl-cr of signed blank cheques which 'il tilled in and cashed by some persons unknown, 'hut whose ALBERT CHEVALIER SINGING ;'WE KNOCKED 'EM IN THE OLD KENT TONIGHT AT THE MAJESTIC THEARE. OF ICHEVALIER TONIGHT j I AT THE MAJESTIC Albert Chevalier's tour o: Wcsrern. Canada is limited to four At the end of t.hat period he will hp able to deposit in bank as salary t birth. The captain wins her. also her gold mine, providing the motif of the play. Hairs might be spiir as LO which of I urKe-''s- I Cattle on tlie boor Steers, per Ib Hogs: :Dressed, per Ib........... II I Live, per cwt.................... iSheep: JLive. per cwt............. 4.50 i Dressed, per Geese live ...............0.15 names on UK.- cheques v. etc Fred Woods and i Oeorge Stewart. The Kmprcss of Ireland sailed ironi Quebec a distinguish- ed party bound for the Coronation. The federal civil service commission crs will receive applications to nil tlie position of Dominion agricultur- j Ui at a salary of a year, and 0.13 i 01 assistant to Uie Assistant Live .25 i Stock Commissioner at per 5.00 13.00! two is the leading role. If the char- acter were not one That courted ree- cincKcns........................20 j annum. ed twelve Thousand dollars: is. Verne Layton's portrayal of Dan unless he invests in Canadian real .Stark would rank first class. As it is :estate, and as Chevalier, in addition .his u'ork is commendable, though his Spokane. -Tune [Whirling sprinklers is nor. a new by means of whirlins sprinklers is to i having been successfully and profit- be canied one on an extensive scale (ably practised in various places in in the Quincy district in Grant coun- ty. Wash-, upon a large tract of land connection principally truck-far ming operations, it is something of a few miles-south of she town of Win- !an innovation to undertake the ering of general field crops hy this chester. The apparatus, specially de- jering of genorai signed for the expenmenc, is larger j method. and of greater capacity than the "Apple growers in the vicinity of sprinklers ordinarily used on city [Chelau. U'asb... are this season in- lawcs. will be lifted from a ;stalling- sprinkler systems also, and deep weil by a double-action pump, [during the summer the winners will driven by a gasoline engine. [be going in many orchards. In making the foregoing announce- j "Albert Seiter, a successful orchard ffient at his headquarters in Spok- list, of Moran Prairie, near Spokane, ane. Stephen 0. Jayne. irrigation in jlast year installed such a system, and vestigator for the United States De-iwas greatly pleased with the results. i-st Conference district cliair- VV .1 Ihit-Kev. X. McDf.nuld- T. P. Perry. J. M. J'arrison. p.i.'ih .j. p. Berry. A B, Ar-iue. Artiitir Warner. I.. R. McDonald. .U.srnh WoorNworth. A. R. T. I'oweil. M. E. Wiggins. Thomas Philips. Maple T. J. Johnston. F. J. 'to benis a great artist, is said to be are not thoroughly appreciated a shrewd business man, this coutin iT'Qe of Captain Rurrell, gency is not unlikely. In 1009 Cliev- .'over, and all-around good fellow, with made a twenty-eight weeks' tour keen eye to his duty, is in coaipe- pctatoes per cu-, 'or the i'nited States, for which he hands with Xorval MacGrego: Ducks ..........................20 ueeae per Ib................... O.lSj butter and eggs: j ..........0.25 .....0.30 Dairy butter creamery butter fresh e.setabies: The merger of the Canadian busi- ness of the Sherwin-Williams Paint; Co., tin? Canada f-'ainl Co., and a i i nuiunrr accQt'.nig said: AMUCK BUT WAS SHOT Louisville. Ky.. June crax.od hy some unknown cause, Jim comet, which was nearest 'Lee, a "negro late today ran amuck, to the sun and to the earth and its ;seriously stabbing three other ncgrofs greatest brilliancy more than a year [knocking two others down and stab- ago, has been followed on its journey ibing Policeman .James Hourigan, prob into distant space with the telescope jably fatally. :Lee was shot and kill- ol" the Lick Observatory. ed by the policeman. Patrolman Hour "The comet is now a little farther iigan was slashed seven times, than Jupiter is frorn the sun. that is, ;shot at Lee four times, all of about miles, but Astron- 'bullets striking (lie negro, omer Curtiss has photographed it with the Crossley reflector on two nights this week exactly in the pre- dicted uosit.ion. The. comet is now per cent, further from tne sun than it was when its approach to the He the sun was discovered photographically in September, 1000." ____ spinner with ihe risins: tide floated nursuin Bowing assislance proceeded ii. Oiepop. and Cahlornia voyage. According to the ropovr.s hy whatever system is steamer was considerably damag--1 a more expensive wav of and taking water j and prevents haidnesp. The than hv moans so were able to keep the WSUI i Bern, is destroyed by ,-sn and a vsso! fairly flea r. jlfiKt. the lat.ci boug.u .e- (conciitjon Of health maintained in ance Co. issued the following state- il'u.se from misdirectod justice hy hid- najr amj 'ment: him hanged for a crime that jfnr most the bald heads wo sco in r-ommirted. the front row. -ho- and killed hi? own "-.vife as Hcrpicirie slops falling hair hho. ann x.iie.i nu J moans so far commonly em- i Ployed, and ii bo I jtime before it is very scnerally I itised: hut in Diaces whore oxj.ensivp, Or where the land is I either too irrefTiilar ;0 permit Cf i grariin.s. or so sandy that heavy occur by deep peroolaiion. irrisa- tion by some -systr-m of sprinkling may often he profitably done. Costs of installation and operation are heavy for such systems, however, and farming, yielding large re- CHANGES IN CANADA LIFE DIRECTORATE Toronto. .Inno a special meeting held yesterday afternoon the of the Canada' Life Assur- BUSH FIRE IN B. C. DID HEAVY DAMAGE himself in Alaska. whcro he mar- 'riefl a squaw after she had saved his life. But ho had taken the infant Nearly everyone has iwir troubles of, "An important change has taken IP some rk-script.ion which Henncidc. will in lhe boan] o[ lh Canada Life COrreC'' Waitlimil ltis.Assurance company. Z. A. Lash K.C.. Nelson. .Juno firo over'from The slain mother's breast, and j Walker.. H. B. mil'? and a naif lonjr a quarter that piri is suoposed now to he his j Gibson and Cl-.as. Cbaput or a mile broad on the Arrowhead and a halfbreed branch of rhe C, P. R., burned a him- ;ing camn, he kee; fired r.hoiiSHiifi feer of logs and small iast falls in love with her. Thp started in siashinas and waV i-hef.'kod '.enemy enrers. coming from some dis- by a of a husKirod and fifty C 'ran! Mare and ihe trouble bocins ;ind I turns per acre, must be rise where i I'. R. men dispatched to the scene on iomls a, Maiod. Jn the interim the ;springing systems are employed." a special train. At a min j by aji dvebsers :nave resigned, and the following gen- a barbers. Clemen have been elected: Hon. J.M. and bar-room, a. United States; One dollar size bottles sold by ail'Gibson, lieutenant-governor of Onttr- .under an ;1o- Hon. Senator Lougheed of Cal- Compfiny. R.. tjle aud Robert Bik- Co., Ud., special erdike, M.P. of Mor.rrrai; vicc-presi- Uuth comes out regarding the girl's jagciits. dcni of the Banrjiie d' Mochelaga." CORED Wlr. Andrews praises Dr. Morse's Indian Root Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, N.S, uTites: "For many years I have been troubled with chronic Constipation. This ail- ment never rnmcs and I have been a victim to the_many 'ILaesses that constipation brings in its tram.- Medicine after medicine I have taken in order to find reiicf, but one and all left me in the same hopeless condition. It seemed that nothing would expel from me thc one ailment that caused so much trouble, yet at last T read about these Indian Root Pills. That was indeed a lucky day for roe, for I was so impressed with the state- ments m.idf. that I determined to give them a fair trial. They have regulated iny stomach bnwels. I cured of constipation, I claim- they .tevs no equaJ is medi- cine." For over half a century Dr. Morse's Indian Root PiUs> have been curing con- stipation and clogged, inactive kidneys, with all the ailments -which result them. They cbanse the whole system and purify the blood. Sold everywhere at 25c. a box ;