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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQIL, ALTA., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909. BROILING MEAT TOASTING BREAD. One way produces evenly broiled meat and evenly toasted bread, without taxiag the patience of the housewife. This way is repre- by "Sask-alta" Range. The reason: "Sask-alta" Range has an Automatic Lift Top (Patented) in addition -to regular Broiler Door; and this team works for the operator instead of making her work. LUMBERMEN ON STRIKE Four Companies of Militia Sent to Protect Property Sacrnmfuto, Calif., June res- ponse to telegram from Col. Bradbury at Maeleod, Calif., announcing that COO .striking lumbermen had broken into the lij_pht and power plant and forced the firemen, and engineers to quit work, Governor Gillelle today oixJered four companies of. militia to proceed to the scene, at once. The troops left Sacramento by special, train tonight to make the mile journey to the heart of the Shasta lumber region. Colonel Bradbury's telegram said that Maclr-od was without fire protec- tion and lidit and that prop'-rty worth two million dollars of the cit- izens and tlie-ir home? were at the mercy of the. strikers who wore ap- parently beyond the control of the leaders. With half the labor, and at half the cost of other soap, Sunlight does the whole washing In half the time, yet without Injuring the most delicate fabric. Use It the Sunlight way. Fallow the directions. FAMOUS GERMAN DEAD Dr. iheodore Barth Head of the Rad- ical Section in Reichstag Lever Bros., Toronto, will send you free, a coke of their famous Plantol Toilet Soap, if y_ou mention this oa- per. LOOKS BAD FOR PRISONER Sask.. .Turn.- 3. -The re rthng eviuVico at the hearing at Lire ape 60.- had behind him 35 j the Ernest cast- tu- full years of work for liberalism in lla-v- John prospective falii- Berlin, June Barth, j died at Baden-Baden last nijrhi The "Sask-alta" Way Another way produces unevenly broiled meat and unevenly toasted bread and taxes the patience of the housewife. This way is represented by most Ranges. The reason: Some Ranges have "only" a Broiler Door, others have a contrivance like that illustrated in top small drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction of tiring the arm that holds the broiler and tiring the eye that directs the arm. -in-law of Morris told ab-nit his to. the farm home the night i Germany. He believed in the res- j i possibility of the ministry to Parlia- i inent; in "reducing the influence of the j of thf- murder appearing nervous, arid j government of standard interest; he ll1 a hurry to leave. i was opposed to a too great UP tijl iGn o'clock the next morn- ture of the national energy on naval j inS Kinkade followed the tracks, of expansion and the enlargement of j thfj horse 5aid u-> Ilavfi be'in ridden j the army and he favored the equitable j by Morris, to within forty rods of rerlistricting of the parliamentary house. The horse had only three constituencies and the substitution of 's ?o he was able to track it. the "one vote" principle i also swore that the prisoner was weaiing a pair of overalls that night for the three class property system similar to pair produced in court which were said, to be covered with Another Way ,.eal have thought the man was drinking ho was acting so strangely. Morris left at 10 o'clock and said" he was Toronto. Montreal, Wlnnlpei.Vancouver, SUohn, Hamilton, CahUry LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Aghew Co If you live out of town write us." TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The body of Frank Annesley, the eight year old boy who was drowned at Brandon on "Wednesday of last week was found by a passer by sonic two miles "down the river. It wag badly decomposed. The anarchists of Germany adopted a motion declaring that members-hip in any church or religions sect was .contrary to the principles of anarchy and calling on, all anarchists to cease memberships in churches. The Board of 'Railway Commission- ers has reserved decision on the ques- tion of express company charges, ar- gument in which concluded yes- terday. Litigation About Irrigation Lands OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY LTD. Legal Forms School Supplies New Sis In ladies' and gentlemen's wear and in web. Also table covers, handkerchiefs etc., just received FROM JAPAN Toys, porcelain ware leather goods, paper nap- kins etc. ii Chow Sam Co. i Spokane, Wash., Juno United States Senator George Tur- ner, of Spokane, has gone to Wash- ington, D.C., to appear before the United States supreme court in the noted litigation of the Irrigation Land and Improvement company of Arizona against the government. He will first have a conference with Richard A., BalUnger, secretary of the interior, with a view lo bring- ing about a compromise, in which event the suit will be dismissed. Otherwise, it is expected to attack the constitutionality of the entire reclamation service ;is or.iranixed by the government. Tho importance of the case becomes apparent when it is known that more ih-an lias bct-n expended by the. service since-fan. .10, 1003. in irrigation works in the western states and territories, and that in the various projects arc oOO miles of ditches carrying1 water to acres of lands, which annually produce crops valued at more than The gov- ernment plants are jn Washington, Idaho, Oregon. California. Xew JFexico Arizona, Utah, Xevada, Nebraska, the Pakotas, Kansas and Wyoming. The case in question began! when government started a reclama- tion project in Amona, after the company had expended considerable capital on us works. The company sued, claiming that through its en- trance to the project the government has crippled and practically ruined the private enterprise. A decision, which has a bearing on the case, prepared by Justice Brewer and handed down by the supreme court two years ago. intimates that the reclamation work is not legal under the constitution of .the United States. If the Arizona case goes to the supreme that point will bo passed upon. prevailing in Prussia. Dr. Barth has been styled an ex- i treme. radical and for some vears he J On the had been the leader of the (group in j fame he said i the Reichstag and he lost' his last election because he gave up a district to a friend and ran in j i a doubtful constituency. He travelled j to Milestone but after travelling for several months in 1696 with short time m.the direction of Mile- liam Jennings Bryan and other hc switched off, toward the i ican campaigners studying electoral j sceue of the murder. methods and he also spent a consid- erable portion oi the year )W7 in BORROW ON BETTER TERMS America. j THAN THE DOMINION Dr. Earth's father was an East In- clian planter and left him considerable j London, is believed i fortune which he spent, generally owing to competition of lenders I political objects. i even moderate sized Canadian muni-i j He edited'for twenty-four years a j cipalities have been borrowing on j j high class weekly Dien Nation, better terms than the provinces (publication of which he stopper! -in j tjlc> Dominion, he Standard re- j 1907. "i marks, "To carry the matter 10 ex- treme is likely to prove bad j for municipalities and market. The 1 S -A Iff lit' Dominion has ior some time past been borrowing heavily in many re- n Upects. The towns thus raised are O j of admirable character but even with the best of borrowers those obtaining loan-ought not to command position." i Spokane, -Tune jhe Standard adds: are, Turabull, a' stage driver, operating culTent that Vancouver recently dis- I between Newport and Elk, Uash., j Of 4 por cent, bonds to amount' j north of Spokane, had an experience j to at a price of 93 1-2 to cer- with a full-grown cougar which he bidders. Such transaction im- will not forget for some time. While j considerable effort will driving along the narrow mountain have to be put forth to market bonds road near Rogers Pass horse ,be-J thus purchased. I came frightened arid bolted. The j Between the price at which the j driver managed by .sheer fortune to j are taken from municipalities i keep the wheels of the coach in the am] t'no at whjch ;lre ijkdy j ruts, and after the horses ex-jt.., offered to the public three per pcn-dc-d their energy he made an in- cenl._ js absorbr-d.. so I vesvigation. Torched in the rear of that of 98 1-2 implies a the coach was a ferocious cougar. prico of J01 12 ih- j Before the animal could spring upon publjc. The issue of jhim, Tumbull u.srd butt of h'S debemures wliieii have j heavy whip., but the big cat. leaped jour accrued up n j over his heart and disappeared in the ru....; nmv at ]01 in the before he inllict the, it to reas -n whc-i death blow. Settlers in the northern on f ninount is i of Spokane county rojiort cou- to they exp.-fi i- have j gar numerous, but ihi.s is the first s ,mc conc.-ssion made to tln-m j j inptance of a stage driver having one to them to i as a passenger. TuiiiViull flaJins a' j new reuonl for a coach from; j i the point 'where hi- discovered a he j cougar to There is aboim- ty on the head of in the stato j of Washington. Ton: 13. Hopper, a A Boon to Every Home WE ARE NOW DEMONSTRATING THE STANDARD CHARCOAL STOVE It takes up no extra space, as it sits on your ordinary- stove." 2 cents worth of charcoal will retain heat enough for-ironing for one hour. It will boil, broil roast or bake. Call and let us show it you, or phone us and we will demonstrate it to vou at home Price H n Y R BROS. PHONE 75 P. O. BOX 27 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS R. W. Cowan bought 25 feet front- age on 8th Avenue, Calgary for a foot. This is a record price in that city. J. L. Benoit, a Canadian Northern switchman while turning a switch at Montreal stepped in front of an ap- approaching' train and was cut to, pieces. HAD TO PAY THE PRICE Montreal, Que., June iea-! ture of today's sitting of the civic j enquiry was the testimony oi a for-! mer constable named Groleay that; when he tried to get on the police, force he went to a notary, who is a partner of Chairman Proux of the po-j lice committee and to- whom he'paid; Not being appointed lie got hisj money back. Subsequently he did get on the force through Judge Cho- queue with whom he was acquaint- ed. Campeau also testified that a medical examination of inmates oi hfouses of prostitution had been inaugurated by the police but had been discontinued" after a few -weeks iti the 'Konuin Catholic archbishop entered a strenuous protest. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS _. the Canadian Bank of Commerce j ha? opened a branch al Nuksnp. 1C. ANNOU NCEME1NT The North Ward Drug Store Will make its bow the Public in a few days with complete line of DRUGS and STATIONERY. J. H. McCROSTlE, Phm. B. Manager Tiie sc-rio ner Souris Bell-' was sol idly baiti-n'd by ice floe? off th.-i noted bear slayer, who has killed Newfoundland coast that it sank. The hundreds of cougar wild cats in Was saved. this part of tlic west .during the last, j Oxford University will conn-r the years, is a party oi L. L. Enrl Grey on make a hunt then? with trained approaching visit to England. flogs. Gen. Sutton won the world'.-: cham- jpionship title at balk line bil- liards from Geo. in York. New York. W. Hannn. of Sarnia. will likely i be iippointed drainage referee of On- j lario. G. H. Race, for many years of the 7'k-gan reserve has been irans- ferred to the Croe reserve at Fxlm'n- i i G. C. Do Hiring, charged with fraud-j ulem Conversion of money Calgary has been ordered to Can- I England. i Y. Doits. is sucessor 1C. lifivclay, ns superintendent i sleeping. diniii'.T and parlor cars on! Illir f'ent'-al division of tin: C. P. R. j Twenty spinner? of the Hr ciielaga j jmiM of ilie Textile GO. are ion over wage's. j A of 472 l--ft Tie-; Ijrina yesteniay for their new colony I NO WOMAN CAN BE STRONG AND HEALTHY UNLESS THE KIDNEYS ARE WELL. When the kidneys are ill, the -whole body is ill, for the poisons which the kidneys ought to filter out of the blood are left in tho system. Then how important it must bo to it that this system of sewerage be not clogffcfl up. Those who have never been irouhled with kiuney trouble know not the misery and suffering which those afflicted undergo. Doan's Kidney Pills are a specific for all kirtnoy troubles. They begin by healing the membranes of the kidneys an'd thus make their action regular and natural. They the kidneys to flush off the acrid and poisonous impurities which have collectwl, thus clearing out the kidneys, bladder a.nd all the urinary passages. Doan's Kidney Pills are entirely vcgs- table, and may be safely taken by young and old. Lit Doan's Kidney Pills do for you what thev have done for thousands of others 'lint i3. WTO yon. Mrs. M. Kry.inton, SpringValloy, P.E.I., I troubl-jd with rnv kidneys for two years. They were so bad at times I could not cross the floor for the pain. I tried a doctor but he did mo no good at all. I sent to my nearest druggist ftnd got four boxes of Doan'a Kidney Pills, and I am glad to say that after taking them I havo had no more trouble for nearly three years now." Price 50 cts. por box, or 3 for all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify j ('has. rhnpman. accountant in the I Traders Bank at North May was in Lake. 'i j Coroner Moore, of Deneronto. will 1 ienquirc into the death of Craw-i i r i '1 f Extensive bruises wvre found "ft tiiej Jieaii. K. C. Lett, of Ottawa, has been! wti'in a sent- of the Grand Trunk I i i Pacific in Western Canada. I The traflic earnings of the C. P. R. 1 for the ending May .Tlsf, show j Ian increase of over tin period last. year. The Heel a Furnace We are Experts in Heating and Ventilating! The for which we are the sole agents, is guaranteed to give pet feet satisfac- tion. It is reliable, durable, and easy to operate. If you e building a house see us for Fire Proof Doors and Windows, Metal Shingles and Siding, Metallic Ceilings and Cornices, Skylights, Eave Troughing, etc. We at e always glad to give any information on the above lines The Western Tinsmitlig Co, Next Door fo Herald Office ;