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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta AloiMlii.v, 1012 TIM-; Liy iK runny HERALD For Dry Lumber and Building Material of All Kinds Call on Street 362 NEW STOCK; WELL ASSORTED: QUICK SERVICE: LOWEST PRICES .Qoucrnl Ilooin 3, Hull Hlock. .Pbouc. WHITE LEAD shipment just reet'ivc.'d. 3'mpurt- diivt'I iVniii i'jiiti'laml. Will stand (.he lost of rime and wenlher. IK ihc kind LhaL ;alK a piilnLer ihc: second job sell WELLINGTON BROS. 613-1011, St. S.- EstablUhed 1897 Phone 1472 POWDER, DYNAMITE, OAPtS and FOSE, BLASTING BATTERIES' PAINTS, OILS AND GREASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS.TOOLS i AND i APPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESSJROOFINQ IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS Bt'lLDlNG, TAR QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN FIRSTUVE. SC TH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. CALGARY MEN TO DIG FOR COAL WITH MILLION CAPITAL WILL M.INE HARD COAL IN CROW'S NEST PASS Calgary, .Iiuiu 3. formed .sonic lime 11150 by (.'aljjai'y capiliil- I lit1 Tt'iil Mountain t'oal Com- pany be mining .slcam aiul hard coal around l-lio- end it-1s expelled. Their projicrly is 'located lie Crow's district, lour .....s from Crow's Nest station and engineers an- n'ow a I work surveying Liu; railway liranch line froir. tlic main line lo that properly. For llii- past three months work on Vht un- covering of seams has been procuitd- ing and now arc exposed. Tlic promoters declare that Ihey will niii t.iipir mi vhe market at as reasonable a price possible. As tlit'y will probably ship much-of llicic coal lo Calvary, tlic result may bo. cheaper [uel Cot Uiis city. As well a.s own jnlcrpsLs they have the inkTR.sk'of Calgary's industries and manufactures at heart. A feature new lo coal mining .will lie introduced and LIuiL will be a-11107 ili-l village, in which saloons or. other vicious1 I'csui l.s will not .be allowed, site of tlu- village lias already lii'eii purchased :md il i.4 expected that it will noL be many seasons' buForc ii large and-lhriving commiinity is liv- DRIVING HIM TOJHE CRAVE "Fruit-Mlm Sand ly Life" iNlACAlA I'AI.LS, tyll. "For thirteen years, I was a terrible sufferer from the tortures of Sick Head- ache, Indigestion, Coualijjalion and Vomiting. I could JioL retain much Hiis, together with the pain, and headaches, was driving me to the grave. Then I used I'ruil- a-tivcs and almost, at once I got relief. 'Truil-a-tives" stopped the vomiting, relieved Hie Constipation, Inneil up the Ktoniach, me the first relief in years.. 1 feel tliat Jowe 1117 life to "l-'niil- a-ti ves" and for the sake of oilier victims of Indigestion and Headaches. J will nllow Ulii-statement to be published." HARRY DICKINSON. is sold all dealers a. box, 6 for trial size, 250, nr sent oil receipt of price by Fmit-a-LiveS .Limited. Ottawa, IOWA IS BUSY AT POLLS TODAY ELECTING CONGRESSMEN. GOV- ERN.QR AND ALL STATE AND COUNTY.OFFICIALS Dos Iowa, June viilc primaries an; in progress in owa today in which Republican, Jeinoenilk1 and other parlies will clion.se nominees for .Uuilcil. Stales us then.-, Fcrc us .far as possible from senator, congressman, in 'the eleven Ihe. vices nf Uie other mining towns districts', governor, and a full set of slate counlry and township officer of I lui world. Among'Ihc local men who arc: hi-! The polls opened at 1 o'clock (eresltid in the scheme .-.ire, president cities and eaily returns'indicated fcha of (lie concern, iMr. A. ,1. Savrc, oi fair vote would be rcgislcrcd. tile Say re Automobile company prc- county (ii.'itricls polls opened at, nir Mileiil of the board of directors, pr. o'clock, nnd in both city and counti lilnw, one of Liu; leading spirits -in IK.Us will close at eight o'clock ti c-onneition with the Ijnivcrsiiy --'oi i-ighl.. The senatorial contest, ovc Calgary Mr! .1. Tregillus, presi- .shadowed all blher contests in di: denl of Ihc United Farmers of Alliiir- triels voting. Senator Ki'tiyoii, wli j'la .Mr. Trotter-, Ol the South is opposed hy loVjnci .Sennior Lafai r.nbl Calgary Trtr. F. Jetlc, the. young editor of Ilia DC Heveridge, of Uevcridgc Brothers, 'Moinccs Capital, for the Rcpublica rciil estate; Jlr. Tl .lacksnn, noiniiial'.ion, was prepared Io niukc jranrhci- and Air. -S. II. Traiinliaiurcr, 'vigorous tight to retain his scat i iprictor pi the- Yale Iloltil. The the senate, while'the DCS "Moincs cd COMING TO M so many of our American Tanners t the Dominion.." "Mr. Maclean Is' -actively HUT THE AMHi Board of Trade'.'ai UU 1 {HE tllc Atlaiilic peeper WaferwjiyB" aseo ...EpOKANE OFFICIAL WEST AND LEARN C AMERICAN MIGRATION SEE OF SpokuiR1, .lima .J. IMacleau, Kccrelai-y of" the Spokane Chamber of Commerce, and the In- land -Kmnin? Federation nf OoinniHr- clal representing ;i total niem- berHliip of is pluuuing lo make u LOUT oi' principal oiiios of Wcst- rra siailiiiR from this'oily June -I or 5, Ilu will vlall, Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.; Calgary, Ejlmon- .lon mid Leibbridgc, Alia.; Jiegiiia ami 'fiaEkatoou, SnHk.. and Winnipeg, Man, "T have se'ten much o[ (he North- counlry, since coming ro Spoil from Wllniljigion, tivo years Sir. Maclean aaid, "ImL have not. timl lli-a Umc oi1 oppovuuiily 1.0 vliit the 'Canadian West. I havo hairrt much of tbu development that Ji going on in (he Vealeni provinces, and I am going to sec is taking claiion, ami is 'being urge'd by friends 10 consider, an of th secreUiryship of the Chamber of Com merce of the United Stares, willi head (limnerE, at Washingtoij, B.C. THE HASH SLINGERS' STRIKE New York, .June Xew Vor Stale board of nictliiillon and lion look a hand in ihc wallers' striln today, when .'oliu .1. Haldwlii-, a Diem bnr'of ;tli-a' board, conlVrrud" with Tiiii otliy Uealy, secretary of (he Fire men's Union: John .1. Dashiier( vice- of the and several, strike lead Developments, (o be announced lat- er in the day, were expecled to result from the This is Uie first time the Firemen's Union has been mentioned in connec- tion with tho strike. H is said the ho- tel aid hag been solicited uy the strikers. Waueva at the Hotel Athens, the 'Hotel Wolcolt, ihe Gniml Union Hotel; and ai Ihe iLvennc and FlaUron res I an rants, Join- ed the strike this afternoon. Rocky Mountain Sanatorium Sulphur Springs Frank, Alberta The Hocky Mountain Sanatorium, located nl one of the most scenic spots of ihe Rockies, at an altitude.of feet, Is the riiost. up-to-dntc holel In the Crow's Neat Pnas. It la fitted thronghout will) every modern convenience. Connected with the Famous Sulphur Springs, the waters of which arc famed for their curative properties and are known to have given relief to scores suffering from goH'l not' rheumatism. The hotifie hiifl Gfi rnonia and suites with every modern conven- ience, including baths, hoi and cold water, telephones, etc. The Culinary Department la in clinvge un experienced Chef. The Holel. has lately bocn pin. under new and oRlclciu management and nothing la Inft. undone- to asMiiri- llie comfort of tlu1 Travellers inert nt all irHliiK. rat on (o Trundles on appllcnllon. All of the tibove wbioh go lo muku ihe Rocky .MomttnliiK HanHiorlnni a very ploufliint .sninmi'i- ix-sidcnt'i? as well as n mosl rosorl. capital of 3ic coniiJany is COST OF LIVING t Sim SKYWARD HIGHEST.PRICES IN'THE UNITED STATES SINCE TIME OF CIVIL WAR :i New Yorlr, June cosls more to live in this month of June, .Siwt-as, except, dur- ing Ihe war lime. Prices were high a year ago, but today they are on the average nearly 10 per cent, higher yet, according to trade anlhoriLics! quoLn- lions. Food products are highest on recoi'tl. 5feai. egg's, bulter, fish, po tatoes, coffee, ica, sugiii, gall, nio lasses, rice, beans ami 'peas, averai-t IICT cent, higher: wheni, corn, oals barlej', flour, -etc., 33 per cent. Fruits are the only things good eat that have grown cheaper during tho last twelve months, but they art still higher than in 1'Jio. Leather pro ducts cost per cent., nnd chemicals and drugs per cent, nior-a than, a year ago. Textile goods, however, a trifle cheaper. The average increase in food products is nearly 20'per cent, meHns that the housewife must jay lo fill a markel, basket Him only cost her. to fill' in June, 1911. The biggest advances have been made In meats: beef. '2fi per cent.; hog products, -JO per cent., and mi Hon.. over CIO p-er cenL Dealers lay tuo incresisc lo last ear's hay crop, which was poor, and generally high cost of animal proveu- ier. Poor crops fire also hold respon- sible lor dearer bread .'-slur's. EL-O- inmisls differ, as to reasons of the general upward tendency of all corn- nudities during recent years, 'which las been world-wide. Lor confident IIP' would be return cd to the positionh ho held for fiv months'foregoing tlic death OL Jal ticnalor JouaUiaii 1J. Dolliver. HELD PRISONER ON AN ISLAND BY' PANTHE PURE'FOOD'BABIES ENGAGED TO MARRY )r. Wiley Announces Betrothal .of Son Week Old, to Mies Allen, Two Year6 Old ,i Washiiiglon, .June riarvo.v Wiley has announced Hie formal cngiLgemont of his son (o Miss Allen, (limgliler of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jl. Allen Lc.-tlngttn.'- Ky. Allen is pure lood coiiiinisaioner of Kentucky, Miss Alien is two years old, Harvey Wiley Jr., a week old. Llic dose, of his address ut Uie Bradnatlng exercises of the inirecu at tlie Children's hospital school. Dr. Wiley lold of the formal appllcallon for his son's hand and of bis accept- ance subject to the future nillllcallon of bolb parlies immediately Involved. Tiremberslilp in the Ccrclesp noled Freneli club at the capital. conferred on Harvey. Jr., at n special meelliif; held lns[ Monday, llcforv! lin twenty-four hours old he receiv- ed u linndsome ullver howl from Gcu. tlic- T.llTniiy coin- puny. riiKi-rtveil wilh Inc. innci-lplloii, "Voi- I'nr.. ,VMd- Only." Nanaimo Man's Uncomfortable Expe iencc While Excur Bion Nanaimo, .lune be helO ii oner on an ishunl in the .Nanalni river by a panther rwas befe Cyril BaLe he-re ycslerday afternoon Tn company with his partner, Martindale, and Hie la tier's son, II n ray, 'he'spent lishlii jibotiL two miles above Uie bridge When night began to fall the trl Iind become separated. Mv. Mavtii dale to his'partner to join hin on the road. JIc 'was" surprised t hear Bnte reply that" he was unabl to do so, beinji cornered upon th island by u panther, As Bate walket along- the IslamI the panther kep abreast of him upon the shore of th mainland. When man stopped Mr. Pa.nt.Uer auk. Tl tactics were kepi np for a couple o hours. The reason for fhc panther's actiout was apparent lo the imprisoned mai when in the his wanderlngG he came across the 'carcass of :i cub panther, no doubUUifc oITspring of his jailer. The laller vas evidently awaiting nn opportunity lo spring up on ihc invader of Ilia lair. Mr. Martindale secured assistance from a neighboring house. When relief arrived guns Lh0 animal was heard making ils escape Uivoxigli the woods. White Ewan Yeast No woman wants her bread lo be a failure and no bread will be a failure if While Swan Tonal aCkes lire used baUlng. Sold by your grocer, six cakes for Sc. Sample sent on re- quest. While Swan Spines Cer- eale, Limited. Toronto, Out. CQMPlETEll CURED OF DYSPEPSIA By Hi-In-Co fyspepsit continually hciring Ttom people who have had ciperi- liUc Uialot K-.Cooper, ol Niagara Ont., who ivrilw: "I wish to express my gratitude lo yon for the hcncfil I received from 3pour tnosl v.-ondcrfnl Dyspepsia Tablets. Having Ukrn other medicines without linving received the sliphlcsl relief, I heard of your Xa-Dm-Co Ujspcpsisi and thought I would give them a trial. I have been completely cured of dyspepsia. I will br only loo to aavisenny one troubled to give them n fair trial." Na-Dru-Co Dysncpsia Tablets not only the jinmediate relief frnm heart- br.rn, flatulence, acidity of the stomach rtiidlnliousticss, which is so much necdcil, but if taken rogulnrly for a few (lays or ivceLs llify completely ttie most cases of stomach trouble. Whcr. for yon can Ret 1-or from your why KM Naiional UniR Co. of (44 BIRTHDAY HONORS FOR THE PRINCE WILL BE' LADEN DOWN WITH HONORS OF DISTINCTION 'London, June honors will I'e showered upon Ihi1 Prince of Wales when he attains his ciKlUccnih birthday, June.'23nl. H is under- stood l hat lie will, In; promoted lo Ihu rank of licincimiil In Ihe navy uiul tivn a commission-in Uie uriny, tcnvjjtirarily at Inched to ilio 2iMli i Hussars until such Uirc ay the luili Hussars ri-tiirn from India. ULs foi- isicr rugimeul uov; [onus UUIL ui llw: Jii-st cavalry" brigade at Aldcrshol, and it is expected tliat the I'rince will pay a Hying viall lo his broiler olliccrs before icUiniiiiK lo Paris. In due coursu the 1'iiiia1, who i ill lie rcinemhcreil i-s already KniRht oi" Ihc Garter, will lie made Knight o[ Ihc Tlii.slle and a Knifth of St. J'atrick. He may he admilte lo.tlie Scollifdi order as he rctunib south from IJalmoral with Ihe .ind Queen, a hall being especially made a I for the purpose but it is not known when lie will re- ceive the blue ribbon ol the Irish or- er. The chief social event or cowing will be the hall given at Devonshire lionsc rni Derby night, -June 5th. It announced tliab while the Queen will honor tlir Duke Hid Duchess oi Devonshire with her prcKL'iiCe, at ihe dinner, Their Majes- lies will not 'attend the hall after ward, owing to the royal mourning I-'or ihc same reason the ball at Der- by house on Oakes night, June (ih, will also he sliorn of its principal attraction. ALL HINGES ON BURTON'S SPEECH OHIO REPUBLICANS MEET TODAY AND WONDER WHAT SENA- TOR WILL.SAY Columbus, Ohio. June trains and traction cars this morning began pouring in delegates and po ticluns inlo Columbus, while delegates and officials -already on ,tlve .ground were busy 'making Tinal foi- the opening of tlie Stale convention, at four o'clock this afternoon, at Hall. Num- erous conferences were In progress this moTiiing between TaCt and Roose- velt managers and various de Lions. Cuiiiriiiuii Vv'iiiiur Druw the State Central commltjexi. 1, UL and Roosevelt manager, will open thi> con- vention af. four p.m. Tollowins a short addiess, ho will introdutie Un- ited Slalcs SenaLor Theo. R. Burton, the temporary chairman, who will de- liver the keynote speech. There was a till speculation this morning; as (o the text of Sena- tor Burton's speech. (Many of the del- egates declared ihnt Burton would give President Taft a strong endorse- ment, while Roosevelt's supporters de- clared his speech would be ncutr.il. (Jonsinictccl ot (ho sca.soJicd wood built to luMt. They have all tliat superior flnish'tind work- manlike mnkc that only'the. best, doors and. saahes possess. yliike- our reputation or. their high grndc Quality. Come in and inspect( our Lumber Go.Ltd- Operating Yjrdi !n Southern Albertjl Sei big sign "T1IE-LETJ-IB1UDG.E The yard where all-the material'.is uiider cover- INDIGNATION AT MEDICINE HAT Claimed That Oliver Policy of "Land for the Settler" is Not Followed by the Department CANNOT LIMIT SIZE OF OCEAN STEAMSHIPS Echo of Titanic Tragedy at Meeting of Navigation Experts Vliiladclphin, June .twelfth international congress of navigation lecliucd lo go on record as favoring a iinil being placed on the size ol" ocean teamahips on Saturday. During ihu lebatc on the subject It wus iloclared hnt the Tilanic illaaster was not due o Ihe size of thai ship, but. on he-other hand, Us immense propor s had kejil ll'e vusaoi from sinking liilcker. A amnller steamslifp having me! a imilai- accident, iL wag argued would lave sunk like a stone, k was Tur- ner denliU'eil the recent, gr iiie iragody would hiivc no apj inble effect on limiting iho size- icla, and it WHS assorted that lino is not off when ihe I'iinamn tonal will be too small.LO permit ufe passage of the great ships of. the nturc. The discussion ciiino up in the sec- ion of the caue'TOsa wliltili ia consider- IR ocean navigation. The debate was Ircclly on a report made by C. 13, ruusky, of San who hud eyiewcd all the papers handed in lo le congress on tlie subject. oT llio ImeiiHloiis lo be given to maritime anals. The reporls in parl, recommended lal government aid should uol be cx- euded to Uie building Or opcrailon of jolng vessels whose draught ex- ec tls :i'J ft., and Lhal "ihcre should an International agreement fixing maximum dimensions of vessels uilt or operuled uniler governniuiit ubvc'inlon." It -was tentatively suggested that ic following should bo ihe maximum niensicns of sea-going vessels: cngth over ;ill, fi.: breadth, lOf. ThcHo rccomnieinlatioiiR wore not (be rrpoi'i ajiproved. Medicine Hut, Jiinc says: Three valuable sections o( land, 3-J and-10 of 23-3, wore thrown open for filing this morning, .and were eagerly grabbed up' by [hose who know iL was opened. -It is close to the new C.P.R.. lownsile, at Ihe'lled Dear Forks, and is valued, aoine of It, from ?100 to an acre, and the balance from ?50 lo There was a large crowd In -the line 'when the Laud office doors .were op- ened nt nine o'clock. Not all in line knew Hint this land was opened, bin, nevertheless, Lliere were .enough. to make Uie rivulry for the laml keen. Two half-breeds secured the .two choicest quarter-sections by using for- est reserve scripts. Rvidenlly (ne land IG-not for them, (nit for Dr. Jtobei'tson, address un- ktiown. fie IB reglatered at the Assln1 aboia 1-Iol.el, but gave no address, but Is thought to come from Toronto..An- other evlilenlly a brothel1 of the regieLerfed- "roin New They wore not Lhc.firsr. in line, in fact, they held tickets 7 and. bui. when they.arrived up lu.ihe office, the Joetor was. called inro .Aseni -JlcDon- Id's office, evidently tor a consulta- tion, and wlicn he came out some Leu or fifteen mliuiles laler, -the clerk ac- cepted his Tiling, or, rather, the .filing of l he bnlf-brceds on the -they stepping up from positions 7 and 8 lo me and two. There were many protests from the men who hold first, rank, but (heir rolefila were of no avail. When the reeds were called upon to produce helv teu-dolhiv entry fee, Dr. Ralierl- on pullcil a toll out of hie pocket, and paid the twenty dollars for tlicni. Several of tho men who were in Uie line iind others 'who were intereHled In II, made some serious statements at the office, as to the. manner In which UIH was filed upon. Tli-ey claim that Dominion land reg- ulations, laws mode by Federal ads of Parliament, and xyliiclilaws-could only" bo changed by an act of parlia- ment, have been violated in Uie proce- dure of Uie filing of this land. Kirs I, they, claim, thai it .was not ad- vertised according' to (he regulations, which say that .land posted ten days previous to .opening for fil- ing, in the nearest post so in the Land office book, .which is open for to.examine.-'It is claimed Unit .this land.was not adver- tised as above ba found In the book. The only con- clusion to arrive at, stated one of the men in rank, when they say what was taking place, ie that Frank Oli- ver's policy "Land.for the is, not now being followed out; the tiers had no chance for this' Innd. ,U Is for Ihe land-grabber. Another feature of Uie event was the faci that though accepting -tho breeds' filings, iMr. JloDonald had 're- fused al lira I. to let the men -who stood first in line file on the land, oa the grounds that they hnd been-mib- stitnting ih Iho lln-a. Posted air over the land office for the benefit at: would-be homesteaders is a sign that the office-will recognize no line. -Air. .McDonald, stated that he would not accept one of the m-eu's filing; as. lie was not in the line "when-he looked at it. The man Enid that he was .not. but that he had a'man there. One o[ the bthev men ivthied lo know why'favorites being played, as Ihe men vvlio -titli- the two niiich-BoughL' iiieces been repreEunted in line liibitl- tlllCB. ELECTRIC STORMS. BRING BODIES UP, New York, June to Police CommiGsioner Waldo by the police coast squad shows that two severe electric storms, which occur-, red during tho pait month, brought 10 the surface.of the North and East. rivers a total of twenty-eight bodies, 'Most of them had been lu the water, for several "'weeks. Only about, .half of them have been identified. WE REFUSE TO INSTALL The Hecla Furnace in houses nbove.their hejt- luB capacity, .therefore when, yon purchase R house with a 1-Iccla Jna-talled you are .ot a house. The Western Tin- smithing Co. 408-5th St. S. Phone 1274 June 3, 1912 Messrs. Contractors, Teamsters and Carters: Lelhbrldfie District. We to aeknuwleilgo your favors of-past, dates and lo sollcH sllll bigger have been offering you Fish and Tndhopc Gears ai coat until we arc almost, broke payJiig atl- vflrliKlne rates. You .do not mkn ns at our word. We mean It. These wayona arc NOT "Old yti we will rofuso "no rea- sonablo offer" Tor HIRIII. Auolhor of ine hay left in the country IS prnliy punk. We have ISO Ions of ns fine timothy as grown out of doorp. ours boliiK liwled at Magratn. Can Kiiarantce every' poiiiiil of U. Your teams will do. their beat work on timothy If foil whh Our No, I Kxlrn pounderB, IE they weigh an ounco. about have 20 tons of ihe finest HpidH ilial ever helped lo clog the hungry edge of cnmp appetites. They are blp as small turnips, white as large eggs, aud smooth IB a real et'inlc "ad." Yours .-tiTJlnfully, Hyde Saunders P. 0. Box 112: Phone Second Avtnut ;