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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tagc 12 DAILY ITEHALT) Jack Frost's Master MCCLARY'S "Sunshine" Furnace Jack-Frost had the time or his life last winter. He warred: against all .elements and froze them stiff. Lakes and rivers he turned into solids; he also pist a razor-like .edge on the wind. He bit into steel rails.making them as brittle as burned glass. Outside, Jack reigned supreme, but his chilly majesty was licked to a frazzle inside by- "The Understudy of the "Sunshine" Furnace1. Think of the past winter when the mercury swung timidly below the freezing for a day or' a week, but for months at a time. How you .shovelled coal, and Iipw you talked about ihc appetite of that poor old f urnace in the cellar. 'It simply ate up coal and then fell down when it came to heating the house evenly and coni- forlablv. I', 0 McClary's "Sunshine" 5 Furnace makes the most of very little fuel, and flistri- A butes a much greater percent- age ,of heat throughout house than the ordinary furnace. Ashes: cannot bank up -between .the active fire and the. walls of the Fire-pot in. the -Furnace. It, is, an S, POLICE SUMMONED TO PROTECT POLITICIANS p UooscvelL il Wild Times Anticipated j "The .IU-IKO A i n 11- l''' At the Republican Convention I'hlcago, III., '.Innc Hail Ii'oling 'lH-ci'ii Koosuvcll anil Tad ksulcrs ivlik-li sputlcreil inU-cmiiUMilly yps-i UTdny ;nid last niglit- lUTiiMH1 acute from MmilwtLun. ami; in to say he wus Colonel iTMuu'UciI, "Ite said lie IKK! seen tslaleimMils that I did not havo any. from tho borougli uf lUanunitaii.i iiu insisted that l.c was [or me, and said lie iitcd to lie put on thin list." And the (-Dlond' waved the? si'crt'.l- document exultantly. Whulhci- UootjRvelt is to go to Chicago nppar ARE LIKELY TO LETPAVING CONTRACTS cold .without. That's why the "Sun- shine" is called "The Ice King's Master." The "Sunshine" Furnace is an excellent will last a life-time with ordinary .return you a hand- some interest on the investment "every- year by the actual saving-it effects. Now, we want you1 to do us. a' we want you to 'call on the JlcCIaiy agent and ask him to prove every' claim we make .for the "Sunshine" him to prove every claim true. Ask him to show fuel-saving features ,of the "Sunshine" The mechanical reasons which make balmy' healthy .June weather possible .in the home when Jack Frost.is. in-his element "Sjnsh.ne" money other fuinaces burn up, tha largest makeis of furn- aces in the British Empire, so ampli and so fedrlesslj guarantee the Sun- tliiderstudv of the Sun Your decision will Dlease today nnd threiUnicd lo break into cully, was MS [ar as ever fioiii ueini, an open clash in I lie. niceliiiK o! the decided loiiny. In response 'to itcimblican Tlie i lllniol's llc said tlial he dii privily of the situation was driiTll homo this I'.iorning wlien tliu police di-liiil of tliivty 'jiiain elollios men and uniformed patrolmen lonk UiL-ir sU- lioiu; ,U amiL'X auitcsL hearings me being hchl. Tin- .subject of a possible clash was liibnisscil until a laic hum' lust :il a number ol conferences of lenders at the rtmvn tonn hotel f Officers-.; of the n.itjoual committee joined, with' oLliers. of prominence -in- party councils in staling :ill possible'criort-s-w.f re'briiis Lu prevent any occurrence that- might re- fleet riiscrcilit 'Hit: conduct of- iiituors lie nob know. -May An'ccl Roosevijlt Chicago, ,lunc contest lilrd in tlie fourth falifoi'nia disli'ict, it thc developed late last, ulglil, is inLciuU'd io afl'ccl, the cnlli'c delegations, from California, Oregon and North Dako- tii, involving foily-six delegates. 'Among the delegates involved arc the two suftragcttcy frum Califoniia pledged lo liooscvrll.' The oontpst which assails the lesal- il'.v qf Ihc .primary law on the ground that its provisions arc nod in tunnoay .with ihe julcs laid down for the. delegates in the offic- ial call of the committee'directly af- fi'cts Col. Iloosevplt.who earned 1mm Flyim who comes fullcllc wns viclorjcus iu Nortl to rqirc.cntaU.ye; Thc miuijlion. aL issuc -s lhe .ar Col. Kotecvdt, and wjio the lall Tighl o[ a st tc lo a mak_ .charged, had planned a ing the'stale, rather .than the district demonstration --'at the committee'' im yards at imvlng to bo done this ycui this nmoiint incliullns. Ihc linvlu'g o tire alleys In Iho business section am Third avenue.. South lo. Thirlcelilb street, wcro.called lor on TuoaUur oning. They will bo opened on lion- (Illy... lliwl if siibliiHt'ed an Imind anllslaelory 10 iho Works and Property comiiilltae, the conlrncls wl be avynrdcd 'nnd Ihc work ruaheil to ciinipioliun, Vo tllut the ciiy sircot raay'he In the host possible condition in AugllEl, when thousands of visi- tors 'will be here for the fair. Thai is Ihe stains of the -paving question today. There ID no. Inlen- lion al Ihe present time of wUh-hold ins (he Hitting of the contracts until next spring.. .On April ll. iho ratepayers or the city of Lolhbridsc voted to pay for the additional paving' coniriicls which Ihe Council deemed advisable' .o let. The people understood at tlnr; tlnio Hint, ihese contracls were to be iivanled nnd finished this'year. Th'c overwheluiiiiB vote In favor of the by- EIDIGTIE BESTKJUTH "Fntif-a-lins' Cnreif His RheuinatisM absolute guarantee ;bf balmy Jun'e.wea- ther in.the home, lol, Tl fou Uie McChly icy'garments the: Arctic wrtFe- us "at our nearest address ingo in tiniL to conlcr uilh Scnitm the committee sc MOI Justice Js IU, -istul Ii P no more thin is ill lliat 1- inliil tol said InsL nuhl Utir hcaniij hag national Lomenlion I NicUolas Mun n Hullei l-ioiissoi j ol Columbu UnuiibiU J id Suiitor nienLioiu.il is IUOSL to he'ckclcd lo draft tl" fait pi itiorm J he pJitfonii it ii y.iJi tivc u ition loHha trust praM-jiv sand Jjc t-ikcn up j tlie I ilrut vjic-tl lian bes CiUlhnc Okliij UL Okla in LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL 302 CALGARY ST. :JOHN', N. ol former no "piolcst lo UIL con jSpoke H, ihnugh lit ,Llld iach X the sitmnnii licjosnelt imlinkd that- it T nte hand in helium; loi contested i anrt'.thal :Jie wuiiht trust In lum-mcnl H ill timci, jpvej hi ill Vtop in touch u iih the each inrtvs. June T hriv shed aiiT delonaiions. 01 Mich iiiigiiuiule tint tlin shike (he loin Hcr? i n.ie ibouL the hi0 shed tlinr sluoudcd m nnslefj '1 uu tests lu imd ota law was sufficient proof that the peO- plo of Lelubridge were entirely satis- fied the contract, jirices for tlie present paving contracts- and the w.orh to be proceeded., also that the new work should _be under- taken tills year. Shortly, that is Lhe history of tlie present controversy as "expressed to the Herald ibis morning by "a mem- ber of the Works and' Property Com- niiuce, and lie also gave the assur- ance Hint the contracts would be "awarded on .Monday, i-f the .prices-are right. The Herald also-Interviewed .a.large number oC prominent, ..business men, 56 CiroRCuST I want to ay lo the people. of'Toronlo del here. Uidt Ixiut-atue only mediciac nnd has beeu'for the last four years. Previous: to tliQt, I had been very much troubled with Rheumatism _nnd Kidney Disease, nnd had taken aia'ny "well employing hot of sallbagj without gcltingsatisfactory results. Noticing the advertisement of "Fruit- 1 adopted this treatment alto- Kcther and, 03 .everybody knows" since tnkjiiff I have been enjoying the very best health and find it a pleasure; to follow my vocation of Dancing and Deportment PROF. J. F. DAVIS. Prof. Davis, the celebrated teacher of' dancing and''deportment in Toronto, is quite frank: jo sidling, that "Frnlt-a- alone, cured him of distressing Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble. a box, 6 for size, 250. 'Al all'dealers orsentoii receipt of price by FruiUi-tives lyimited, -iind found thiit almost, without exccp- jiuliou of inv tills i-onsltlered -lii' a. Jlaht. While there are wlio Uo not btl in ibe nrinciiile of re- and "it'may be said thiL members of tlie 'Council do hot; either, -thpy are Butiefled t.haL jliis.ia 11 -Kiiecial and" should lie dealt yjth is cuc-h 'they, say, iho pfipLs higher Ihan .those being paid foi pning bi other cities similar in size lo'rethbiKlmviliGre would .be sfime excuse fo-i i using Ehc point, but DISPUTE f II A C1 rfiFPIT OPTTI HAS BEEN SETTLED With JuHge Walsh, Chairman, Makes Award s if, la they lie convinced..ll'at ill The of tbesexilspiTCes xeldtes Pernle; June Ledger 'says; Two deputes wliich have .arisen he- tp'een th-e .International Coal 'and Coke Cumpiny, Limited, and some, sis men have 'been referred for settle- ment, under the agreement of 'Nov- ember 17, 1011, to the commitiee con: elating, of the Commissioner of the IXVestern Coal Operators' Association to of men Jot- the block pillars 135 to Station uujiUer one was foi a. time for this pur the conjparij has recently established. two ai which :it requires the- men vorkmc on. (he pillars. In question; to peg in This station, .though much, 'neiirer than-station No.. 1 la ahout.Lwo miles-fiifthcr'-lhan No. I from the of the'-ivorkuien, and their chief objection lo pegging-in at No.-2 is. based, upon that-fact. The and ihe' President of IS, Company, On the other hand, aaya that Our New Perfection Broiler Ii pleating miny womeni It enables the housewife to broil M well on the New Perfection Stove as over -a coal fire. And of-eoitii stove fc ifciuch .11 lound. ll will bike, bim'l, loiil md juri tl well .IB k regulir ccwl ittfi. THE IlMPmiAL OIL COMPANY, Limited i find Jiint and imposes much financial re. t Is noUirpg s PQIIU elthei ID that s otthe agreeiDent vests tho direction of, thp Uorklng foices direptlj m tLe com pan That clause Js broad enough to confer upon the rompjnj the rights- it seeka to as iLiniohcs a dl rection of lhe woiking- toresE The committees fjndmg here fore is thai the r cninam 13 entitled to I msiniain station No. 1', and t0 require the men ro, peg-in at u. dispute arises out of contention of lhe company that it is entitled io docliage on account, of cbal which is exceptionally if such conditions occur in at least. consecutive carloads. C olontl on to uj i wanted onh tliL delcgnei, The q lies lion of dockage is fully provided for by the 'agreement ol' No- veniher 17, 1911. So far as this.com- one diiliict for me llic Colonel rtachcd into in inside jioclvct and caulioush' ..extraclied a long shbcL ol" paper. Thou' he hunted nn cnrcniliy unfolded the the other, ound a sheet- of .paper place.d ;ijic- en YE1: lope over in thc. [irst. ivas'. visible. line ii appii'Lcnl Lhat the document contained vided for are to be found on pab'e of the printed agreement. To concede Uie Coropany's cont-en- iiwn estimate oi. the-lilamling of dele- tion would be, In fact, to make a agreement between the .parties, and this committee have not power to do that. Under thi> t'ermfe of the agree- ment the company'has np on! .Jiiake the dockage now contended for and .this, dispute must, therefore, be decided ngalnsf. it- Dated, at Calgary, this Gth day June, 1912 2 "I rlon't. Miink. I care, to you I lie rest of yoi GRAIN GROWER Crops Could not Look ENTERS FIGHT Better dimij couise or business.. W. U WALSH, Chairman. W.-F. SIcNKIJjU C. STUBBH. Committee. BEER WITH .COLLAR With Increase In Price, Style Will be Fashionable Chicago, June wholesale prico of beer Is 00 cents barrel tomorrow, according to an announcement made by the official organ of ttio local IlreWera' assocla- lion. This is thrTlhlrd Increase with- elsht months. InCTeaacs In the prices of barley and malt are given as reasons.. Dealers say that iho ul- timate cnnaifmer will be the sufferer, ilthoiigh the price of n glass will still ie a nickel. They eay thai the latent ncreaac must bq'.niel by one of three nga by tlcsliia remain. In uniHt amnller, they must bo thicker, or f Ihc old Elnssca tiro. blfigtr t-wl.bir" tlvo topi. can SRC thai-'.I lifiil :not' counted more f.han "two ;'dclega'tcs .froiii-Ala- Col.'. the iy in IVcivv Vofk. .Among his visit- lie said II. Murray, described as NA-DRU-CO Royal Rose Talcum Powder niy embodimenl J of queenly IOK'I frftgnnce. ol bctt Ililiin Talc, pound to impilpible lo which iddcd inliicptic ingiedienli, Na-Dru-Ce Royal Talcum PowJer keeps ihfi ilnn toil, camfoilclile, henlllij bctiriiful. Ij ii toilet FORCES CONSERVATIVE NOMINEE OUT OF. THE FIELD IN MOOSE JAW COUNTY -law, June Green, secretary of the Saskalche- Grain Growers' Association, an- nounced yesterday his caiididnLure .is an independent for the Moose Jaw Counly ecming- provincial election. The announce- ment came as n. general surprise, us ai-r. Green, while prominent in the pnb- M.- eye because of Ilia position In. grain growers' association, hag :h it Ii br- io not taken an active interest in pol- Ilical campaigns. However, a strong request having been made to him by the el-eclora in Iho county, he decided to aland for election. T. H. Ross, the.Conservative 'candi- date, In view of Mr. Green's position and influence wii.li the farmers ol1 Mcose .Taw. County, and hlrt declara- tion programme, has decided draw prom Continued front page) ply bocaiise" flcathersbaw knows. When he speaks, it'niiiy, be relied upon, for he is always inspecting lhe cropa in every portion of the district. ilr. ''aays that the sonl.li of town, both wheat arc magnificent... A grenf deal of'tho Ibe boot, and has a deep green, healthy color, which much louder .than, wards. His own field of a. thousand acres Is looking is Growing moat satisfactor- ily. In inspect ib. moisture Mr. Heath- ershaw has tin's lo say: "In the SouiH we have nil 'moisture we want. What, ire do need "how lots of good, warm sunshine. require this rain. 'As farvas I am and Mhuve the .distric.t, -iherc. is not 'a field--being an? (jimrter.-1 get; rajn. iu.slilelfof weeks, ;wc. will, get alpn'g.very AH pi-esideut Magnulii Uoai'd of .Trade, Mr.! Heather- ahaw c.vteuds. an .invitation LO .'the 'world'to "COUIG 'add see some crops welfworUr Writing aboiu: Summarizing 'die whole Bituation, 'this weeV, It biiiV'' "j'e uald. tliat tbo crops "are growing 'splendidly, and neither (tlie worms nor the drouth'i3 ally, bnhefnl ef-fect. Garden truck.and field rools are making fine the small Fr'nii, the. bushes. Jiein-- borne down with cnrranta and; in thc-stuges-oC rorniation... IL .been many years since small fruits.Iqolted.so promising as they do ,it Lhe present time-. Sev- or.il of the older residents have auplo trees white with blossom, while from, every quarter comes the sweet scenn of blossoming [lowers. 25c. rJtyoiM' Druggiil'i of wn'le1 umple to AL DnuQ AMD CHEMICAL Co. OF CANADA. LIMITCP. 194 SNAKE YEARS OLD. University of Chicago Scientitt up Skeleton of First Known Land Vertebrate Chicago, June University' of Chicago has n mounted roptllo 000 years old. Tho skeleton of (he prehistoric creature was unearthed by y. W. Wllllston, of the university on a trip lo Arizona last nummor. Tho work of mounting the bone framework and re-croatlng the reptile to Ha sup- poned natural likeness was' done by Paul C. Miller, of. the department-of paleontology. Tlie creature has been Blvon tbo name of ophlacodon. It Is the first known land vertelirnlc. 1'rof. WillUton la uiiUiorlly for the slnle- inenl (ha( Hiere b no skeleton In lonco which baa hcnn round Rlmllnr lo (be ophlacodon. The mounted niiiminal hru( ber-n plflccd In er muicunL of the -unlverslly. district, -iL 'will not begin" io turn for at labst another week. 'After that It will probably begin to suffer, provid- ing there is no precipitation. The spring wheat could not be bet- ter. 0. C. lllllmcr, who: Is forming an immense area in the'.west, portion of the district, feclg very optimistic ov- er tbc crop'.outlook. ".Our grain ap- pears to be well up to .he said, "and we certainly have .no kick, coming. -People cry lie-fore, they are hurt most of the and if. they complain now (hoy hardly deserve to raised a crop. Our wheat is not suf- fering, and there is not a cut, worm In our vicinity that I am aware of. I RECORD OF A GREAT MEDICINE Doctori Could'Not Help Mrs. Templeton Regained Health through Lydia Pinkham'i Compound. would- like 'to see a good storm. It would do a great deal of good, but so long us nothing is hurLlrig, I am not going to complain and call tbo coun- try." Mr. lilllmor Is n BUiunch .old German, who lihmlgralsd to the New. World 'way1 buck in lhe fifties, and made.good in the West. He served during.tho Clvli'War. and knows what hardships arc.. He always' looks on the bright wide of thingH, and Is doing well ron hifl Magratli farm. He and'Ills two soiia are In (he 'mixed business, and mako money wocu moat of their neighbors aro weeping ovt'f crop failures; They havo. n. splendid of dairy cows, which brings them" in' n neat' gum every week. In tho fall thoy will sell abcut a thou- sand dollars' worth of hogs, which cost, lliem hardly a dolliir to raise. These, together with their, poultry; beef steers, and horses, lo say nothing of Hioir cereal crops, make up one of tho. fliioBt farina In the province. (f. Ileathershaw, was also seen. Some have crlfldzefl Ibe Herald.man In the past pntdnj; his In- rorniiiMoii From thla eiuirce, in tbii-nial, Iftr i-if crops, Very, well, your corrca- Hooper, mi very glad to tell how Li-din E.Pinkham's Vegetable has helped me. Forfiveyenrg I aufTereil from femfcle troubles so I wsa scarcely able to do my I took doc- .tors' medicines nnduaedlocal trentnients but not helped. I had such iwful bearing down peins and my back was so weak I could hardly'walk and could not ride. I often had to sitiipnights to and my friends thought I could not -live long. At my request my husband got ,me a bottle of Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vep- etcblc Compound nnd I commenced to take it.. 'By the'tjme I had tnken'tha seventh bottle my health had rcturneil and I bocflii my washing and was a well Atone time for three weeks I ,dhl all the work for eighteen boarders with no signs of my pld .trouble retuiir- ing. Many haye taken your'mcdicinfs after seeing what forme.. ,1 would not take and be whore I You have my permiapion to UBQ my narne if ifc will aid SusiE TEM- PLETON; Hooper, Nebraska. ThcPinkhsm record is a proud and peer- less one. It is a record of constant vic- toryoverthe obstinate illsof that deal out despair. U is an established fact that E.' Pinkham'i Vegeta- ble Compound has re- stored health to thou- annda of such flulTer-- ing women. Why. don't you try you ;