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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta >Tunc G. 1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Sixty Ymmrm the Standard Dr.PRICFS THE LETTER BOX CREAM BAKING POWDER It makes home baking easy and gives nicer, better and cleaner food than the "ready- made." There is no baking powder or preparation like It or equal to it for quickly and perfectly making the delicate hot biscuit, hot bread, muffin, cake and pastry. Constipation it root of many of of an endless' amount of humar, misery. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, thoroughly tested by over fifty years of use, been proved a safe and certain cure for constipation and all kindred troubles. Try them. 4 25c. a box. No Lime Phosphates "Alum in baking powder is dan- gerous and should be prohibited." Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo. GET RID OF THE WEEDS Kclitor of the Herald destroyer of weeds atvi I thistles is a benefactor, whether tie. j soweth grain or not.'1 i TJius spoke one of America's i'ore- most orators twenty years ago, and i the wisdom of the remark is not di- j minished when applied to the eradi- cation of error from the human mind. There is .said to be a weed inspector appointed for this district, but I i'ave nt-ver- been ,able to put eyes on him. and in this respect I am1 inclin- ed to think i am not at all peculiar, j In 'fact; although 1 have asked sever-j al people 1 have not. found any one j who is able to give the desired in- j formation. Hut although he may, like tlv health officer, be invisible to the! naked eye. that cannot be truthfully i said of the things he was appointedj lo weeds and for they, alas, are only too'obvious to-the unassisted vision. especially; south of Grace and Anderson streets. If he wiU only take a stroll in the above direction one of these fine days.; 1 will promise him the sight of as -______0____ 'lino a crop of thistles-in at least, one u u'hetller 'he stay holts have the necessary plans and MORE BOILERS 5 if Q D JTONIQHT MAY ROBERTS lr otreet Kailway 15 Instal- AND co. IN -THE THIEF- led-Supt. Reid's Sug- gestion Palpitation of The Heart. When the heart begins to beat Xever before in the history of the- or palpitate and atrical events has the management of skiP beats, beats fast for a time, jthe Majestic theatre been so absolute- then as seem almost to stop, ;ly nou-plussed at the poor attendance i anxiety and alarm. Sum. Arthur Reid, iu a report to has received on bribing first-! The least excitement or exertion jthe Council, iu view of the street! .8 to the city Of Leth- to affect it. railway by-law today, drew their aml the business done by both Many people are kept in a state' of tention to the fact that it would. Olga Xethersole and Albert Che-j morbid fear of death, become weak worn impossible to get. delivery of electri- jvaller was in a measure an insult to j and miserable, through this unnatural than eight ,two of the greatest artists'that Kng- j action of the heart. has produced. .Vow what is rhe j To all such sufferers Milburn's Heart railway will necessitate a large for this? Is ic a hard and Nerve Pills can give prompt and tension of the boiler room of the power !tnnes or are we getting too many of -premanent relief, house, and the installation ofilhe attractions? If so we will! Mrs. John Thompson Mill Cove NB an additional four boilers, each of convinced it. is so when such a j a few lines to let you ies: high class company as the May Rob- know what Milburn's Heart and Nerv, ,erts company are brought into-Leth- Pills have done for me. I have been appear lo have drafted boiler act. DISTRICT NEWS TOWNSHIP 5-17 NEWS i-and child are doing nicely under Dr. Woodcock's care. Mr. Marks had the misfortune To .lose one of his best, horses last week. jThe horse dropped dead in the field [after making one round on the plow. (He has unable to determine the Sunday, .May 28. Mr. and Mrs. ;cause'of itg .sudden rieath E. a.visit from a, ,A1rSi charter has been on the-sick' number of their friends. Among the the past three days> bllt-is now visitors were C. Ma'aan. with his fam- 'on ih of this township, and the follow-! Gold Coin'school district gave its Jiu persons from township 6-17: Mr. firs. and most successfuj dance ]ast and Mrs. 0. H. Kollag. Ole G rover (Saturday. All present report a good ivitl) family, H. 0. Rollag with ramily, j time and attendance. 'May they-have i O-cas- Strand, Theodore and Oscar imany more like it. R. L. Blake, who happened to be close j H. D. Charter made a trio to Car- lo the place with his camera went ,'mangay the first of the week for ever and took a picture of the party, 'goods to restock his store Bill Mabee traded horses every day j and Mrs Davi'd last week and finished-with a bunch have .been, visiting.the parents of pigs. Success to Bill and-his hog j-Jir. .and James "Parks' of 'tost ranch. returned to -their -'home Our butchers are tryin-g to make it ;Bridgeford, Sask., Jast Friday. impossible for poor homesteaders to j They say some folks die hard and meat nowadays. A few days ago iOthers are dead easy. Guess Sweet the writer gent to one of our towns j Valley thinks Rosemead belongs to for 25 cents worth of soup meat-V'-nd ratter class, as the score for Frf- leccived a bone that weighed exactly ioXv's ball game was 17 to'4 in their one pound. I favor. The dance in the evening was Tramps have been seen iu this vi-ja belter success however. collec- cmity lately. Another sign of a yood being taken to help defray doc- ;tor's expenses-, for Iilorris -Esgen. Last L. Blake had three agaiu Sweet Valley. Tneaking outfits at. work on his home- i A dance will be held in Conner's stead. Mr. Blake likes to see the scd ;barn on the evening of the 16th for tinned and he is taking- an active part ithe benefit of Sundial literary society, in. having all kinds of improvements i-Everybody come. i jfciAde. Mrs- Oceen and children were Rose- j While W- G. Nate was Raymond mead visitors one day last week. "sfe few days igo three, suspicious look- Jing young men took possession of his and helped themselves ev- that -could he found at the The next evening they d.is-ap- fiehl is literally covered with the pestiferous weed. If. however, he is afraid of being lonesome, although not more than a half mile from Queen Victoria Park, which we are told is the.-choicest resi seclion of the city.., he might take tht- city health'officer with him, as lie to to do towards making Lethbridge a "spot- less city." !Jis olfactory nerves, if! not deadened by the use of tobacco, I will lead him to discover an aiiiiiTai in a somewhat advanced stale of de-; composition, -generating' and feeding; the deje.sted fly which is supposed tu iie' "swat-tec" and this! in a deserted-stable I Smith, Kerr live-inch centers or whether they b four-inch, as required by A. .S. B. A as the other, as they do. What a month, ference does it. make as to the shape of the hand hole plates and holes so! long as they stand the strain they j arc called upon to stand. Why order i er to haul his boiler into the shop and reinforce, these holes after the history of twenty-live years have sus-i rained their efficiency. Why in the! name of common sense put on a side troubled with weakness and palpitation steam driven exciter; the construction u oflered U> the public: j of the heart; would have severe choking of a. combination sub-station and car and Tnis vvill-be the proof of I V could scarcely lie down at steam jbarn UP town- and the installation arid if this -1-tncd mari-v but got none to answer my- case like your pills did. I j can recommend them highly to all suffer- ing with heart and nerve trouble." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are soerifif-i a" box or 3 boxes for at al] i__.-.- nr -urlTt -.1__1 portunitv seeing- such an -actress ,J VA Jlij "jas .Miss Roberts is, in such a plav as dealers or wil! be mailed direct on receipt Thief" is again at these prices- bA_The T' Milburn Co- that's accept I'THE BARRIER' AT THE MAJESTIC I So far as thrilling moments and ;emotional sensations were concerned. I those who witnessed "The Toronto, Out. is just upright blow-oJT safety valve when i: as liable to corrode as the blow-off valve. To the practical field educated engineer these ideas are tiresome and a lot of bosh, without Then a few rods farther south and. not a stone's throw from human at liabiiation. he may find about a doz- sn .Digs tji various sizes in a more or! less advanced stage of decomposition, breeding and feeding flies, by the hun- (Irpd Another unsavory subject to about, but I have waited 'for weeks else to call.at- tenrion t.p. the matter, but failing in rhavit left for me to do. in-the public ARGUS, sense, reason or jusiicc. Why compel the owner to put- on a the side of Chief Council Gillespie reported to today that he had detailed at the Majestic had their full share. P'av was a powerful one, and the exception of the last'scene'ithe who took part in it lived up to the characters they represented in a natural and not too melodramatic full of force, and the efforts of Nbrral MacGregor as Captain Burrell, WTO. Colvin as No-Creek-Lee, Ed. -Laurence as Poleon Doret, Geo. de Zines and George Byron as Stark and Runnion, and minor vilUans of the Marion Colvin as ADuna were equally praiseworthy. the Sir Edward Grev expressed that the government the ja manner. If, however, the compauv iiori _ was in. full accord with the, Monroe this arrangement! he had to renort i heavy water, column on his boiler when his water zlass the rear end of his protected his safety nevvr failed stands a cold water test ability to carrv 175 Sergt. Lamb to act at present. Children's Officer until the Detention Home is built. His duty can be com- i' biiicd so tha: act as truant of- away from the smoothness and ficer. Tiis .school -is iu favor of jinerit of the acting as. a whole. Each not rise to the .higher flights the intensity of the moment for in the final scene it did not He regretted that jiunilier o: petty Player entered into the spirit of' the parr, he or she sustained, there was atiChadwick. provincial outshone the other. The )iler has dependent and neglected childron, iTem of ran through each in- plug, and has j informs the chief that there is more !dividual Performance, and had for its When a boiler J tr.uancy in Letlibridge than in anv jOutcome a well-sustained .interest on suriiig city in AIberta- He reported Ithe part, of the audience. It may be of steam, school the iSaid lhat lhe spectators were carried why not set the valve there and lei i truant environment of the scenes it be. If the .-readers knows anything j of schools provides him with lists the was and fol- steam he does not need "to he i'dbseuiees- ,Jewed with expectancy each succeed THE STEAM BOILER LAW Editor of the Herald is not; for the purpose o? obtaining some free advertising th.at about iold that the heavier the head of! steam the easier 'it is on the fuel, on'-j the oil. ou the water, on the fire-1-blue ribbon at the Winnipeg man, on the 'eriffiueer and on every-! show- body interested: ;uul the danger is class'. not-greater tlian if the engine, -werej_____ running a lighter head of steani. I F. iC. Lowes' Laamond won the in the: knee and chin jing phase. Helen Barham as Xecia Gale show-' (ed that in spite of her surroundings Horse, there was the true woman-in her even action to her love of a new Parisian gown. William Chipraan's "John Gale'" Avas Xow Is The Time To Buy That June w Present R. A. Wright's Stock Is On at 50c, 60c and Toe on the -space in your worthy columns is here I II' J'our horse six quarts by solicited' for of a oats. I say give ji short article in behalf of the owners i p'ow of steam'engines in the'Province of i nght' let hnn to him. If he can a day and do ft' PORTLAND'S MAYOR MAN ELECTED BY BIG Cpeared with a watch and a few otLer LABOR -t'rines that belonged to Mr. Nate. At the present time a wire factorv pMAJOR'TY OVER OPPONENT to be what Is most needed in ortland- June G. RusJigbt, jKouthem Alberta. Last year no wire republican with labor supnort, was re -be had In our towns and this [Chosen mayor .of-Portland. today in a Alherta. f .shall atlempt to deal strictly the subject in rny mind, namely, the injustice and hardship of the present steam boiler act, with the arbitrary power in the hands of the boiler inspector as it. affects the individual thresherman. It may be well first- to say that I am not, in any manner whatsoever connected with ihe ownership of If he can pull- I 100 bushels of oats to market, all I right, put it nil. Ii your 32 engine can pull 12 j plows with 150 pounds of steam 0. i K., why in the name of common jus- i tice should an inspector -be armed with the power t.o cut him down to 120, decreasing the power of your en- gine by a heavy margin. It is just a threshing ilike hand in your pocket! outfit, nor am I personally affected 1 our ihe money. If your! any way whatsoever by the. oper-1 engine has tan'it'fi a given head of! at-ion of the law as it now stands. 11 steam a11 ils !il> and stands the re-J am, however, a duly qualified licens- j pressure test, this fall you are j ed but I can not see where i to 1S" pounds. j anybody is. protected by my licenser Ncnv thc subject-of license if it j Simon, It is the same trouble over 'municipal election. Joseph According: to the 'writer's republican, his nearest a factory is not only (opponent, was defeated by about 4000 but it. would also be one of vQtes. These figures are given out best 'paying investments our cap- D-v Henry E. Reed, campaign manager Ita lists could make, jfor Mayor Simon. Mayor "simon was In the last, correspotidence from ;former U- S. senator from- -.Oregon. names James" Tyrell N- Thomas, -democrat, ran Mrs. Tyrell were mentioned. This lthird. w'th- Charles H. Otten, social- a bad error as then name in According- to incomplete which .subject 1 shall dismiss now offered prou-cuon to anybody I -Tjndale. a had error as the name in J- Allen Harrison, prohibition- (1st. received less than ROSEMEAD TIT-BITS I'O.OOO votes. About out of a registra- tion of -w-ere cast. has degenerated' to. a' farce, and is i can Pass working ari 'absolute 'hardship on the man-v YOUTHFUL PIRATES Do you reaflfefe" hurt" impor- tant it bare-Tour build-'- well, ventilated? We Garry in Stock which -are adapted for the ventilation -of all types of removal of norioins foraes, and very light dust'; ftffd tor 'overheated room-. FOR PRICES E. Fitzgerald, of the Mewburn- house of was solicit- g trade in our burg Monday. Born, to Mr. and .Mrs. Saw- in on Ma.y a daughter. OWNER OF SCHOONER- OVERPOWERED WITH DIFFICULTY Ciixhaven, Germany. Jiine youths of "17; year's' who, had carefully prepared ..an .expedition- of piracy, seized a-fishing .schooner here today.' They were-: armed rifles a.nd ammunition, and when the vessel attempted "to re- Icover bis -boat they shot him dead.' Several other vessels in the harbor''' attempted to capture the schooner- hut they were stood off by the pirates until, the arrival- of a force of police1 in a government steamer, when the w-ere overpowered. TO VOTE TOGETHER Capt. Jas.-H. Patterson, of Otta- wa, president-' of the Federal Veter- ans' Association, says the Fenian Raid veterans arc arranging to con- trol one hundred thousand votes in next genera! election, because of the refusal of the government and parliament to give them land grants. They, will support men of either t.y, who will vote for the ami incoiuoiate in the latter part "over Snirit. If you are an this article. engineer you can run an eiigiia-, and A law deserves, respect only in V0il "ol OIU' >'ou the same degr'ee as 'ii-s justice affects the j nian witfl a thimble full of brains individual man. The object of the ex- j knows jt well us the one who has isling law, interpretation die- j a The fact that you tates, is tu protect life and property, j liavc> a floes not make you au which is well'and good, hut ihe i CilSincer utlf! fact J'ou aro a arbitrary power the Inspector has, tngineer is sign that you eliminations. There's engineer who cannot] owners of .many rigs throughout the j the horse-power of an en-j sou'.-hern part" .of the province. j or Can r'm- evrn v.-rite his own In rny miud'arid opinion the super-1 name' A mai1 n'a.v be ever so'good intendent of the Tonst-ruction his a" engine and! n-.ent of u boiler facto.ry--has a little i "now of the tensil strength bit better oppo.rtuiiii-y to know how i of his hoiiei. hut if he can keep the'-j a lioiler he. made.. than a lot' SnS'n" -i'lfcins iu- is worth just as I of-pin-headed college machinists, as !l'' liad a pan of i qualification papers. During tile time I was engaged in j j the machine business in this localitv'j ji had two different, -engineers with.; j their license that were absolutely un-jj able lo deliver the goods any point and in botir cases I- was compelled' to take chaige of my own engine, de-! spile t.he act thai at both limes was almost on my back with rheu- ni.itism and heart trouble. Now Mil.. sincerely believe you wili bring your complaint, pro-! II plaint, properly before the depart-ij] men! of justice that your wrongs will j be promptly righted, [have started the it along. Blachorbv. Should Do What a Machine Can Do Better and Quicker Us Did Gentlemen Cyndjtf'ltaaflsn By Box of GIN PILLS YARMOUTH, N.S. "I have been botlvered with Hhen- inatism'.for th'c past ye.-irand have taken i good mauv diffsreiit kinds of medicine >nd found no relief for it. One day a friend' advised me to try "GIX PILLS, siid after [taking- one box j of .them, I felt like a new man. I thought I won id write you a few lines 'to let you how thankful lam for ;.-the _ relief "they gave me, and would advise all sufferers from Rheumatism to try GIN PILLS." I WM. i Don't bother -with liniments and so- called "blood They won't help your Rbeusn'atism is caused by weak, strained or irritated kidneys. The only possible V.-ST to curs Rheumatism, is to cure the kidneys. GIN FILLS do this as nothing eke will Take GIN PILLS NOW and be free from Rheumatism this winter. 5oc. a foi nioiiey refunded if you src not satisfied, Order from us if ro-.ir dealer docs not handle GIN PILLS. Sample box sent free >'m .National and Cbemka] Co., Dcpt. A.D., Toronto. 57 KNOW that long-continued adding requires the closest mentaf concentration. It is hard on gray matter. There is scarcely any mental process which is so uninteresting. Your mind is apt to wmn- der and mistakes occur. In any case, you are never SURE of a result until you go over it a second time. How Much Better To Tse A w out of every fin adding- and lifting- machines totf. art fiurr BOOKKEEM A G MACH1A liar yon get from this bniin-laljor saver, so sfronir t and sure. s> Instead delicate nerves and easily tired hrairi? the 'Burroughs has of gorged steel, perfectly adjusted, and is as certain and tireless as morn- Thc Burroiiglis works just as well Inte at nio-lit; as early in the big1. Xeirher liear nor cohi affeers it. ami results are ohrainer! five or six runes as fast as juiy-lwiiuan bciiio-. no matter how dxper'r. can iiossihlv get them. s tho kind ol' MM large or small The Burrouo'lis will save and make1 a lot of money for if The route of the (rrand Trunk Pa- cific between Moi.ise anri Regina h.is beer. nnd the new route: approved by thc Saskatchewan ernment. Marquis. F.ndic De Ojeda. Spanish; arrinivfisador to tin- a! the timi- of the break between Spain and- Hi" Holy Src, formerly minister' at Washington, is dead. i need, whether your business is machine ami the Burrouo-Iis Systems I! o'iye them a. chance. e 11 to have you {est this at ourown expense. Let us demon- strate a Hurrnuo-hs in your office on your work. If wili not cost you a cent or place you under any obligation. Sign.the connrm nnH torlav. coupon and mail it C. W. HIGGINS. SALES MGR. .BURROUGHS ADDIXGMACHJXE COMPANY 317 Kennedy WINNIPEG, MAN. We wonder whether it will nay us to own a Bur- rcuphs. You may derr.onsti'ate one in our office on our work if it won't cost us anything or put us under any obligation. We won't keep it unfess we find, after trying that we can't get along without it. My Name Pirm Name Town state Kind of Business ;