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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Paifc 10. I lilt; J DAILY HERALD Say, "I want Blue Ribbon Tea" Mention the name when buy tea. Otherwise there is a chance that may. not Biue Ribbon, which is guaranteed superior to other tea. If you -are cot fully satisfied v.-ith it you merely have to return the uacket to your grocer and we aulhoiizc hiui to refund your jnoney at once. For Bald Heads VICE-PRES. OF MINERS AT COLEMAN Declares the International! Body is Strong for the Strikers (Special to the Herald) Colemau. June conciliation 'board which was to have met this morning at nine-thirty was again post- poned and the arrival of Vice-Presi- dent F. B. Hayes from Indianapolis, on the westbound flyer, was made the occasion of a demonstration of the mine workers in honor of their offi- ;lal. Mr. Hayes is a young: man of most pleasing appearance, intelligent ,'and well posted in the affairs of the I great order which has honored him [with the second highest office at t-heir Friday. Jim attacned to disposal. The Coleman band was at _ jthe station and President Powell and A Treatment that Costs Nothing If It executive committee were there ito meet and escort him to tile minors hall, which was tilled with miners and want-vou to'trv tnree large bot- i lies of -93" Hair Tonic on our co hear me personal guarantee that the trial importance was ret cost VON a Dennv if it does notjlQis corning of Mr. Hayes from the trive you absolute satisfaction. That's .international headquarters because it proof of our faith in this remedy, and [was thought that he would make some it should indisputably demonstrate statement which would define the we_ know what we are talking j about when we say that Rexall 93 l JHair Tonic will grow hair on bald ent lrouble between operators and j heads, 'except where 'baldness has'ininers iQ tnis district. In this they Mn.M.Bamtt, St, Montreal. A horrid _ v rash came out ill over my iace' __ spread until U hid totally It irritating and painful, ihe little one ol mfferinf. We tried soapc and powders and salves, but he got no better. He refused his food, thin and worn, and was reduced to a very serious condition. I was advised to try Zam-Buk, and did so. It was Troodtffcl how it seemed to cool and ease the burning, painful skin. Zam-Buk from the very commencement seemtd to go i the spot, and the pimples and tores and the I irritation grew less and less. Within, a I few weeks my baby's skin 733." healed, completely. He has now not m tface> of rash, or eruption, or or. biiinm'g sore. Not only so, bttt cured meriting skin trouble, he has in general health." Zam-Buk is rtorw imcKetM1 vn- dow, joe, a box, or post free fron Zam-Bnk' Co., Toronto, forpriee, 6boxes few JJ.CQ. A.'ovttlM'am all cats, turns, etc.. fcr beeu. of such Jong duration that the! were not disappointed for the first roots the hair .are entirely dead, i statement Mr. Hayes- made left i-o the -..follicles closed and grown over, {doubt upon that score. He said he !and'the scalp glazed. wanted the men he-was facing to un- Remejnber.-Tre.-axe basing our state- derstand that the 'international bodv ments upon what -has already been, ccomplished by. the use. of Kexall "93" !was WIth them Hair Tonic Taad..we .have the .right to ,obtam struggle to -.iiiti _. >f c -vUti. c 1 HJ J jf assume char" done foriaud that it was only through united thousands of others-it ;will do'for you.. J action that, be accom- In any event" lose any- j pushed. His speeclr-was' upon a high his .plea He.had been born a edies in thii-'community only .at ourjuajon man and had RexalL Store. J. "Higin- ito the great organization which had botham agents, .'lately so honored hint: by his father. j He spoke of the difference in condi- tions prevailing in organized districts as compared to what; existed in- the j _ camps of unorganized labor, He; bud! the; seen': duringvJiis short'.life an increase a visit of two'jOt reduction! of.! and other east-j hoursrfroin four j changes nof-iave'; been r( MACLEOD MAN IS UNDER ARREST JIN HILL HAS BOUGHT THE ROAD Winnipeg Man Confirms Sale of the Alberta Pacific ..J Winnipeg. June Winnipeg lawyer interested in the Alberta Pacific Railroad, states that the charter been sold to James J. Hill, who will start actual con- ;st ruction of the line summer. The route map provides for a line north. and south from Pinch'er .Creek connecting with the main of the Grand Trunk Pacific north and with the trunk Utfe.of the Great Northern at the smith. The charter also gives for a number of branch The prfce could-not be learned. Big Slaughter Safe We Must Raise Money m Now is the Time to Buy lung, FftSTeUTTINGOF IHIS SEASON'S F ALFALFA CROP Acomjilete Stock oft) -m J f- i ;7., a v v aa a. J. i. and A alises. to AVe .the by .foUv-irig- advaiitagpVf. tills you and do not overlook tlijs Imt etonici today, come now and ;flereF" .are of our slaughter vy-bu an Idea of Clothing Men's Suits for Men's vSuits, for .12-0.00- Suits for Men's .Suits for for Alio larae number of Men's Up-to-date at and BUDGET F. .J. GuinmiTic. manager, 'of .June K BinKham, .wanted in- Cal- gary for theft '.'from one .of the >bajiRs arrested here this morning''-by Chief of Detectives and is now- being held arrival. from Bank'aaeJeod ern points.. McBRIDE London. June P. O writing_of Premier. British'] tlnlumhia in Chronicled, fiays: his' charaQter is blended the storm strength of" the..TUster Orange- i men and the genlai; softness of Catholic j- A rung in last night the--organliation' of t.ovcr the-, phone the N'. 1 clieereS Cocq's '.647 Elevenffi: street, S. Some hot- tHan said'that he the coals had been time rapidiy approaching> .when left; in a beside the bouse the of -peaceful receive pensions tn rather dangerous. sufficed to remove Imperfect Kidney Action Causes Rheumatism i all danger, but had a passer-by not noticed'the trouble, more serious dam j i ages n.ight easily have resulted. Fraser and of the Stand- ard Garage, have shipped three more Ford cars to outside points. Nan ton News The new -siding be- tween Nanton and Cay-ley will be known 011 ibc railroad ed In battle. Mr. Purcell. international''member: troducing Dr. Gordon at'the ilose of Hayes' short speech and the" Rev. gentleman >poke %om KI came from tie- great couatrv table to the south. He Rheumatism with" its "kindred ailments Neck, ATeuralgia.; etc., usually results lodgments of aric acid in rhe joints and1 muscles. J tu LAie auuui. rte wejcorned-hfrn as Now the chief function, of the kidneys the one between here and chairman of the board'-' antf-' spoke blood fr0ni tflci and onc feelicitously of. the, good Reeling? exist- Only when they Jail to do this is J an o between-the-two peoples Rheumatisni probable. jsame aspirations and At Kidney weakness starts in atartcd on the .provincial'the close of these A sudden chill, after_ perspiring jail'farm yesterday. The whole farm'es the'meeting was dYsmiWed and the will be broken up this i conciliation "board went 'into; ;secTet Crovemment Engineer R. J. Gordon take into consideration the has prepared plans for the location proposition of the two parties iro the W. 0. Hutton brought; in'from his: ranch yesterday probably the first reach the city tnisl year. It was. a. load of alfalfa j cut this week, and although the sea-i son for this crop is rather early, i Hutton says it is in good condition.; The weather conditions for alfalfa tnis spring have ibeen ideal, and .the. first cutting will be general about the twentieth of the monthJ j. SpeaWnj to H. Fairfield. of the Experimental il'ann, he said they''would begin''c'ut- 1 ting about that date; as-by'tliat tb.e first bloom will -have. Alfalfa, he'says, cut -im- .mediately" this bloom -appears if the is to the best If''-cut tnelv'it .will allow Harvesting: .-first crop the first, of important in this crop. H'By having the-first crop harvested by jJuly 1st it Is possible to take off two" more crops provided the season Js favorable, and 'when all three crops are cut durin- the year the very best feed Is obtained, as it is less likely to be of a woody nature. Crops at the farm are all looking well and although they are 'ering from lack of rain, a good fall of moisture at an early date would much appreciated by the farmers Taken before meali ex- citec the flow of the gastric juice drunk after meals, it trie acidity of the ttomach. '--We Kaye one of the largest beat stocks of Men 8 -'in the city and in 01 der to space we will net I'list the prices, but give an idea of them by simply stating that we ha-v e work shirts from W cents and UD. in all -styles at proportionately low prices.. ;Hats Hats for '._ v.. Stock1 Straws lOc'and up put, Boots aud Men's 15.50, Men's 14.50 Shoos for 14.00 Men's totU Men's' Shoes for 12.00 Men's Shoes for JO Alto, a Number of Mcn'i and Bovi' old pricf Gloves A ]me imj just from fone of the foremost manu- facturers in the Dominion, will be slaughtered-at from 25 cents per oair iip for leather ckwai While the handed out at "5 ccfate a D6ir Thefabove flovec more than latfcfy ,aay for anv work Underwear Toe beat grades from best makers at 35 cents per tannent are well knonn Henderson 0 and Faultless, -etc., thiti cost of manufacture. And. but. not least, we an immense quantity of Blankets, Plllowi, Watchet, Jewelery. Beltt Odd :Vettf, Poliah, Tics. Handkerchiefs. Towels. Collars, Pants, Trunkt .and Valises, .which will be slaughtered at newer Lethbridge Clothing Store kv c 113 SEVENTH ST. RIGHT ACROSS THE PUBLIC SQUARE NEAR C. P. R. DEPOT. 8AM M freely, sometirr.es settles in an unusual strain may __ it. Poisons which should be filtered out of the system are -pumped back into the near Diamond City, and .warded them with profiles to j' department of- public works at Neuralgia, etc. In the early stages Nyal-'s Sione Root Compound win-stop ir. U-n! start your kidneys workiae prop- arly so that the Uric Acid is reabsorbed i and eliminated Away goes your Rheumatism with it i'HNED FOR Perhaps early warning twinges BIKES ON SIDEWALKS have .-passed unheeded, and your Rheu- for- report has come from .the' committee the room. Ed- matism has become deep seated. Muscles all snarled up in knots as it were; Then you'll need J -J. Kearney, a drunk, and John i-urcell, a vag, were up in the police Ask.: your own druggist about ftmedies. His opinion "is worth while. Rheumatic morning, ;but their cases {were held over till tomorrow morning WHITE GIRL TO WED CELESTIAL THE WATER C.C. PAGNUELO WINE A SPIRIT CO. Lethbridge, Alta V.-' these Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG fi. BOOK CO 4. CO. JACKSON COPE W.-P. J. ALEXANDER t LETHBRIDGE each everyday (Special to the Medicine Jiat, June by jew els recklessly handed out, pretty iaries last night. Wm. Hewston and Francis May this morning elop Henry Shaw pleaded guilty to the ed witfl Charlie You, a Chinaman 'fmployed as cook in the red district here. The Chinaman secured a marriage license from A. M. Wright t yesterday afternoon and announced intention of having the ceremony j performed in Irvine today. The cirl Montreal, Jane H. C. Miner, j nas heen employed in the King prominent in mining and financial I George restaurant here for the past (circles in .Montreal and Western Can- J four months. She came here ja'da. is dead at Granby agfid 7C. years, j Winnipeg. H'cr age is given as twen- [He was for yearc with the! tv-one and the Chinaman twcntv- to allow the police to investigate tbeir records, as it is just possible that they may know something about the burs- charge of riding bicycles on the side walks and were fined three dollars and costs each S. H. C. MINER DEAD smelting interests in the west. STOCK FOR SALE .The undersigned have a boot and shoe stock In the City ot Lethbridsre. valued at about 16500, for sale. For further particulars communicate with THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CO., LTD., A.O.rTOSS, Manager. CALGARY. MESSRS. IVES OR A BALL, Barrister's LETMBRIDGC, ALTA. Charlie You was one of-the best dressed Orientals in the district. Long ago he adopted short hair and j has appeared nightly on the streets here attired in gay raiment. The girls employed with Miss may claim they never suspected her of being intimate with the Chinaman. She recently ap- peared at her work wearing a dia- mond ring, and thin since hat been recognized as one formerly worn 'by the Chinese cook. This morning at eight o'clock- Miss May left her but it not until some time lat- er that it became known that she about to be The x International Cafe And Ice Cream Parlor A few specials of our stock for Friday and Saturday Bananas, a doz. .25c to 40c Oranges, a doz.....40c to Lemons, doz. .40c Grape Fruits. 10c ea, 3 for 25c .Pineapples, each ...____30c Strawberries, baslct. ..20c-25c Cherries, Ib.......'... .30c-40c Tomatoes, Ib. Cucumbers, each ___30c-35c Green onions, radishes and lettuce, per bunch .....5c Special Home -Made Candy, perlb.................25e Delicious Ice Cream, the best in this city. Special booths for ladies. Everything on at R. A. Wright's Jewelry 8tore at 50c, and 75c on the dollar Nothing reserved 0r set IMMENSE PLANT ATSYDNEYN.S. If the wind which hat been un- pleasant this afternoon is it ill blow- ing tonight, the Canadian-American Club affair that is to be held on the lawn at the. residence of Mr: and 'Mrs. G. M. Hatch this evening, will be held' in the K. of P. hall, arrangements for the use of which have already been made- BEGGAR HAS A BANK ACCOUNT The weather will interfere our work. Even in England ships are built in winter under, cover and we will do the same. We thall be able to build the biggest cltM of Dreadnoughts, should Canada ever decide to construct, them. We also have armor, electric light and refrig- erating plants. Wt plan .to have a fast line of between Canada1 and England, as Sydney 'guarU are only miles apart- WOMEN INSURE: TMIIR PRIMES London.. to British-Canadian Co. to Build Steamers and Operate Line London, June -9. Grant, Hugh Brown, of .New York and Toronto, ___ _________ Las organized the British-Canadian considerable business "with, Shipbuilding and Dock Company, j taking out insurance against damage with a capital of all of i from rain at coronation time. .Most which has now been subscribed. Sir jot" the persons insuring are the own- Henry Pellatt, of Toronto, is the ;era of-stands letting: setting to chairman. The board ot directors in- jthe parades, but many-high premiums 1 eludes Lieut.-Governor Gibson, of (are being paid by women who are Ontario, Ellis, chairman to insure most of their froeki. of the John Brown .Co., of Clyde r Bank, builders of the Lusitania. The Detective Egan picked up a one- armed beggar this morning who has been busy for the last couple of days working the old gag on the sympa- N. S.T whcre.'over. 300 acres of land site .of the pew shipbuilding yards, docks and ships, is to be at Sydney, tnetic people of the city, selling tcoth Picks to keep him from starving. seemed to be doing a thriving BOY SCOUTS SAIL TOMORROW "Montreal. June toy toouta contingents from Alberta' and -Sas- katchewan arrived-'befit thin morning- has been bought- Mr.'Brown said to- day "The site is ideal. The harbor Lviontreai scouts five hundred afrcag, is excellent-arid near the centre of i The visitors are being entertained afconfessfd that madP j cheap coal and ?teel. We bid for the local ecouts and with Moni-' tnree dollars .-before ten o clock this the cc-nstruction, of Canada's four real contingent, they win Mil mormng When searched at the cell. I .crilisers ami six destroyers, iwht tomorrow on the Kegantlc. ne unloaded a roll of over fifty dol- Jars and his bank account shows that he has over saved In a U. S. oank against the proverbial rainy day. tie is being held, at the station and will be given a cordial send-off on the next train! HOLD CONVENTION HERE NEXT YEAR Calgary, June the closing session of the convention of the dio-j cesan board of the W. A. of the Church of England in Paget Hall ycs- terday, it was decided to hold the nert convention in Lethbridge. The convention was in Edmonton the year previous. Mrs. Murrell-Wright, of I Lethbridge, made an earnest request ion behalf of the Lcthbridge branch, aart .was supported by several of the in view of the fact that more a dozen delegates to the conven- tion this year were from the south country, Wine Spirit ;