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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, -ftiuc 1, Ifl 13 Tin- DAILY Pago, The young folks don't why, but they just love Corn Flakes- It owes its rare good- ness and appetizing flavor to our secret cess of It's gopij for -the children at all times and seasons. Look for Kellogg's signature on the package sold 'everywhere at lOc. Everything Looks Fine Hay Yield be Bumper One Tho Forest City Cora- Mny arc milking exurHt-i.' >tar on o'jv Lev. side- Malke. unj will all il.t- Main slrect completed iu a. of H. O- AUlsou Is iLttcuJuu tl.. odisl conference ai Mf llil, Fa.llier of Man Without a job -Presbyterian Congress Dis- cusses Social Problems Toronto, Juno religious problems in city and country were considered at the afternoon session of Ihrj Ccnpress of the Presbv .ThuBfj the cily problem are all well knonn in Western Canada 9'ho Hat included Rev. Dr. J. W. Mac, Millan. for a number of >enrs minis- ter of St. Andrew's Church. llc'v Dr. A. G. Sinclair, the present minister of that church: Itcv. j. A. Clark, (ho gifted pastor of the First iFrcsbylerian Church, Calgary, nnd Ihrj Her. Dr. Shearer, .general -ccrc- 'he commiilee. of. socia.1 scr- ice "and evangelism. J Dr. MacMillan made a speech deal- Ing, njltii Ihe rights ot the. child In the referred to loe in or omen I, ivhich-has alWried> great prominence in recent years, anil said that the boy without a playground JD trns tho fathor of ttie man T.'ithout a Jolt! The boy from the country beat the, boy from the city in the cily, owing to the fact that the country boy had had a proper piace to I'lar. Kev. J. A. Clark, Calgary, spoke of HIS BLADDER WAS TERRIBLYJNFLAMED GIN PILLS Relief Onl., March aC'.h. ''I bad suffering fors-mc with mj and Urine. I waj constantly pissini; inter, winch scanty, soraelitnw as many as thirty times a day. time the pain something awful, and no rest at nljht. I of jour GfN PILUS otculcd (o give Iberi a trfal at onct. I ray chnni 60 miles to get them lam pleased to inform you tial in less than sir hours, I feu relief. If 'two days, tlic pain Ult me loot "rioiilL.lliK and toJay.-V-Vctl na ftilKs tyer and inv lidaijr. are sjp CASTLEMAX. PH.LS foothc the. irrita'.rd I ihd sict, weak, painlui andEtrcnVlhcn Ijothlhuevital organs. Money laik if Ih-y foil. a pot. 6 for Jj.V.. Sample fret if yon writr: National DrngandChemkal Co., of Liui'cd, Tomato, jyi the social la Ihe Canadian cities, and staled lhat ,lie hegau lo (earn something about the while slave trade, ho found, it Wag In realUj a traffic in children. A yrar ago ihera had been established by the church a ic-sciie borne for young girls in Calgary. the twelve months of ihe year, there had beta received Jnio. -350 girls. Almost all }f these under years'of ige. One was only thirteen yeaivof IRC, and tbc- unerase about teen: Tho'ovll nas a persistent One very tenacious. Tbc explanation of tbis tenacity was found in ihe large earnings of the traffic." U uas esti- mated by Jllss Adams of Hull HOUES, Chicago, the profits of the busf in that city in a single year ap Pioxlraaled Rev. Shearer, in his siiRgestcd the socialising of tbeatres. An evil bad been created, owing to trie lhat tho business supply- ing reasonabla diversion and pleas- ure lo the the- cities had been mostly commercialized, anil (icsire for pleasure bad been as a re- %uH ferribly.iiETverted. Addresses on the difficulties of the country parish were delivered by H. J. MRtllougall, H. A. Mat- hcvrson auJ II. c. Croser, all mlnlB- tcrs of churches in rural districts, or in (te smaller towns, ENGLISH VISITORS PUT SHOEE OUTSIDE'DOORS AND THEY ARE MISSING Dclioitf ,Iunc n{ a pavly of I-ingitRh automobile engi- neers here lo attend the Dciroit- Saull Sto Marie meeting o( the cieh cf automobile engineers, put their boots outside their doors in itic to tho English ciiS- tom, when they retired Sunday night. Tdcj" did not find them "ttiey this morning. What has le- ol tliem is a mystery. The vlcr- lims v-crc stormcl at the hotel managers, v.ho arc doing their best to find the shoes. I'jucuei Creek, June- tie backward spring ;iro- during tin- mouth ol AyrSl has been a s] t-il of i-rrffct In ibis section of Alberta looked liciur or luort. iromltli.g than they do at tbe [jresuni nmt. The [all wheat areas seem to havo vimu-red. v.tll, though In sojiic .-ecifo'is of ihe dls trict It is icpcued io been win- ter kdled Jn spots. TJIP thus daniaijc-dj 33 KisipnlR- cant and the present apjearauce oi this crop be lo do- ItKht the- htdit of larnier. The EprlrJK of iliere Is an our corrc-spoudem a sjri'pJe or Lay tbp other day tl.dl bus already at- laiued a heiglit of K [nuht-s. If is hay la thy iuuiiuy that can beat this iecord nuuld like lo hear abo-Ji U. Work on Pir.cher jiew nuiiil- cipal bullUlug is yoing rather The brick ftork on the several days ago, but sevcial feet of masonry have PtiM to be aiiijed to tbe hose drying tower. Mrs. A. A. lotlo, Mrs r am! Mrs. II. U Norman iLe annual o! ti-t Womi-n's Mlssiouar> hieli is htlng h6W In iUdi.tLt 'his D. Of tlie of Ktrmime, Thomson ft last uet-k i" Banff, J. tellor in liauk of Comintrco hi rt luc Lnen to tbc tu-jrirh of the bank. The formwl opening of ICMJ'S couri of ihe Piucher C'iu Club v.ill take place- aftercooD, and a nuni'j'-r of Pin- ch er Creek peoylu haie bui u united io pr.rtlctpate in thU fcwm A cciiipluneutary bauqu'.'i uas tend ered the officers of the J'-rJ Alberta llaugers iu the King tduari! Hotel oa Friday ti'oning b> Jas, Khoulir. officer commanding. A KK jjrovlded by Mine Dajiper, after which there "was aa tnjoya flow of oratory. liverjio-Jy present reports had an cxceUet.i ttine. Miss Edna Guuis, who ;or uiore Ihftn a year has hetn emjiloieil on t'je 'staff of tbc Pir.clier Cretk Kcho, left loUay for her boini; In Spring Hill, Kansas. Miss Curtis has mude her- self a host of friends during he: so journ In Piticber Creckv all erf nhoni regrei hFr.departure from town, F. Godsal, of Cowlf-y, was a visitor to town ou Monday. GERALD TURNBULL PIVOTED TO GANNET LEDGES FOFi IN- SURANCE 'COMPANIES Son, will what they can on a 50 per cent basis. The of the Arcade arrived last night from Wolfe's Coie, Halifax (.'oum-, nhero tic was u recked in Tnurs- day's gale. Khe put mto llic for. harbor, and iicr cables she drifted asl.orc punndmi; against the rocks "of liir Ti.c crew made safely througli break- CIS. Ilaln'av, S Jure Damaged to an extent bj Hit great storm oi last --cck that it would he. worth- less io raise her, the steamer Ger- ald 'run-bull be left pivoted on the rocks of Oannet ledges, Yar- mouth, 'having been ahanrior.ed to the underwriters. TI.e jalc increased the damage f which, added to that sustained by the- stranding, -voulrl make the cost of repairing her about She cost the insurance about ami liristcr DUFFUS GOES TO SASKATOON Calgary, Dnffus, has been stationnil in Calgary for the uast teveu a half >ears, ns second in comm.-ir.d of Ihe n.N'.VV. iM.P, has been promoted lo command- ant of Iho subdistria oi SHsXalo and will leave the city on Thursday to take up his npV diltles in-lhat city. AT THE KING'S LEVEE -London, June 5-Captain Deacon aad Captain A. K. JIarrison, o" the Canadian Garrison p're- seuted at the King's l.evce yesterday. Orangcmfn of Cbarlolfctonn, P. K. I. Are getting ready for what they declare will be the greatest 12tb of July celebration in Ihe history o! that Island. Myr how good, how refreshing is a'night's sleep on a wha us-s this, lailrtia for lima Is delighted biwuoc k is so elaslic, so .It is "bulH-up" in layers oi tbe fincal I carded coiloh, wovcn'inio bcaunfuUownyJayctg by automatic, machinery. Every stage of manufacture is inspected, every detail waiehtd There is no better masiVess made' Ir.1 the World Ihan "Made in the West lot peopfe who wini the U your ilealet has not get it we will icH you whtro you ca.i get it. I'niNCESS LOUISB VICTORIA OF PKUSS1A Daughter of the aKUer, who was married to Prince Ernest of Cumber- land at Berlin, This Is (he latest picture taken of the beautiful bride, who Is now Duchess of Cumberland and Brunswick. The latter title cams a: Ihe wedding present of her Kaiser, who handed over the antes- tral Hanoverian realm for his sor.-ir.-law to govern. This po'mpaet Is an event of International interest, m it obliterates .the anilent fved between the houses of Hohcnzollerans and (he Ouelphv What costs less than WRIGLEYSi Nothing! That's the next.step less. This long-lasting morsel costs less than a cent a stick it you buy it by the box. Its pleasure and benefit is making it a national pastime. Bright teeth, keen appetites, improved digestions, are increasing. Smokers bless its breath- purifying qualities. BUY IT BY THE BOX It costs any dealer-and stays fresh until used. Look for the spear, Avoid imitations Made in Canada Adv.. ears ci age and unmarried at the lime 01" liis death. He came io Canada .in 1SSC (rum Abertlrensnirc nnd ntquired 'nn inter- est in thr Quoron Ranch in 'I'tire? years aflerir.ird he imporJ-ed the first herd ol Polled Angus cattle into Western Canada. He seirred his con- nection ujih the ranch in 1300, di- viding Ms lierrt between James Mc- Gregor oi Br.mdori, Man ar.d It. S. Hardu-ly. of r.ilmonton. The last named disposed of his cattle to far- mers in the Edmonton district. Progeny of the original herd ate thriving in various parts ot the country. The largest drove is at Fort Saskatchewan. 18 miles northeast of formerly headquarters lur the liojal N'orthwest Mounted jliro in this district. Cuinmings al-; took a lively interest in bloi'K, realizing lhat mivcti farming is Ihe test najir.g rirandi of asricni- turc. His hunting experiences in the- disliict included several trips into the Ycllo-.vhcad and Smoky Hncr countries before the coming ot the railroads Cuinmings went to South Africa In took part in a native rising in HritUIi Central Africa anrf vias mentioned m despatches lor dis- tinguished service. He later held a commission in the.Doer War, serving iii the N'atat campaign undrr Gener- al liullsr. After the war he organ- the King's African Hides, a na- tive regiment in liritisli Central Al- nca. Stocks of codfish at St. John. N.B, at the present lime are lighter thin at any time in the paat ten years. ORRINE DRINK HABIT So uniformly successful has OR- HIKE been in restoring the victims of the "Drink Habit" Into sober ar.d ful citizens, and so slrnng IB our con- fidence In Its curative powers, that ne want lo cmpbasixe tho fact OIIHTNE Is sold under this positive guarantee. If, after a trial, you Ret no benefit, your rr.oney'will bo refunded. OHRlN'p; costs only J100 per hox. Ask for Free Booklet. Hed Cross Drug store, Acadin Block. Delicious, Wholesome and Digestible The ICE CREAiM we make is rich, smooth and wholesome. Pure country cream and natural fruit flavoring. This is why our ICE CREAM is so popular. THE FLORENTINE ;