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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE -LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, .Tune MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Friday-Saturday, June 16th- 17th Boyle Woolfolk Presents the Real Musical Comedy "A WINNING MISS" With Max Eioom. Comedian And 50 others, including the most beautiful chorus that ever toured the West. Seats on sale at Box Office, Tuesday.. June 13th. BIG IMPLEMENT MEfl IN CITY John Deere Co. Officials Making Tour of the -West Unbleached }et White as Snow" MATINEE 2 to 5 EVEN TNG 7 to 11 SPECIAL MATINEE THE Fall of Troy Reproduction of the Trojan War Settings Dazzling with Grandeur Awe-Inspiring Conflagrations 2500 ft. Film Production DON'T MISS IT A distinguished party of officials of Deere and Co., Moiine, flL. and of John Deere and Co., Winnipeg, reach- d the city this morning from the east. They are on a tour ol: Western ij Canada and Lethbridse is the first l visited. Those in the party are: j u m. Butterworth, president of the JUcere Co.: C. C. first vice- ipresident; W. L. Heiie, vice-president land chairman oi" the executive; G. M. iPee's vice president, member of the executive and general sales manager: Dain, director: Lloyd Todd. direct- .'or and member of the executive; !Frank D. Blake, advertising manager; 'ti. Hutchinson. vice president aad I manager of the John Deere Plow Cc.. Winnipeg, and David Drehmer, and vice president tie U'ohn Desre Plow Co., Winnipeg. They jare travelling in a private oar and i accompanied by R. G. Brown, asslst- [ant general freight agent of the Hock 'island. They were shown aroun-I the jetty by T. S. Mackenzie, local roprr- jsentative of the company. .It is pof- :Sibie that as a result of the tr; jcbmpany may establish a larse dis- ;tributing warehouse for Southern Al- I Derta, in this city. The party and an j opportunity of viewing some of the j crops adjacent to the city. j Opinion of Lethfaridge in conversatioD with the Herald .just before the party left for Macleod :by automobile. Mr. Butterworth i expressed his opinions of the icoim- itrv through which rhev had passed "R'innipee. Man., June t c ,on their trip. Lethbridge was the 'ed today regarding reports that ..he p made by the party since i would be a candidate for Selkirk Moiine, 111., out he says that against George Bradbury, M.P., on from what they had 'been able to see j the reciprocity issue at the fort-hcom- FIVE MSB The Mills Behind the Name "FIVE ROSES FLOUR" the largest. bevt equipped and v Military flour mills to the British Empire Five Roses Flour Whitt tt Made from the best No. 1 Hard Western Spring Wheat FIVE ROSES A test is proof. CAKE: WOODS MILLING Unbleached [Yet White as Snow" HVEIttfS MIS RICHARDSON MAY OPPOSE MEIGHEN jiirst st i leaving; TEAMSTER'S BACK WAS BROKEN (Special to the Herald) Pincher Creek, June team- ;and gather in conversation along the I line.- the country everywhere was in most prosperous condition. Coming Lethbridge from the east he not much inclination to re-enter (been much'struck with the general public lite He mentioned that he i advanced conditions, of the crops, and had received "a couple of other invi- precarious condition from the results isaid that he had seen some of the j t.atioris, one being from a branch ing general election, R. L. Richard- son, editor of the Tribune, was non- committal, saying that at present.he jster named Janies Elliott, employed on the Kootenay and Alberta road, lies in the hospital here in a very STRIKING MINERS FEEL (Continued from Front Page.) At Vice-President Hayes the close of Mr. Garner's re- marks, which well received, Pre- sident Powell, by a few happy re- being the mainspring which moved the machinery of reform to accom- plish the uplifting of the laboring classes throughout the world. Mr. sat down at the close of his remarks, cheering of the audience, Mr. Purcell, International Board Member from Montana, spoke briefly. also, and being a. man of finest fields ot" winter wheat he had ever laid eyes on. j "You have a fine young city 2 BIG ACTS. 2 BIG ACTS. LESLIE LESLIE THE ORIGINAL SCARECROW DANCERS. WHISTLING WILSOX THE KING OF WHISTLERS AND IMITATORS. THE big feature. GOLD beautiful Bison. THE FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATRE Doors open 7.30 First curtain 8 p.m. said Mr. and it should not be long before It ranks in size' with the best oi them. With the pve- jsenr outlook for a large crop it will I not be long before be ja city of or because one j thing that has impressed the party ion our trip has been the sparcity cf j settlement ail along the line, 'whereat the country will accommodate many? times its present population. This has been our first stop, and iquently our- first opportunity to study conditions first hand, but there is not the least doubt in my tniad that this- will soon be one of the greatest coun- tries in the world. "Your coal here has made a name for itself throughout the West and is ot :of an accident at Pincher Station.- the Manitoba- Grain '''Growers' Assoct-1 While hauling a load of baled hay in- ation, in Portage La Prairie the elevator at the station, he was tuency to run as'a farmers' candi- j caught between the hay and the top date against Arthur "Meighen, M.P. the door in a manner that doubled jhim up completely, resulting in his j'back being, broken and the spinal TV. -J.jHaigK -Hudson's Bay Co. !cora receiving injuries. Paralysis set factor at Elk is missing. He just below the break. He stub- introduced the speaker of the Invanncr and made an occasion. Mr. F. J. Hayes, vice-pre-jpressi0n upon his hearers' One sidcnt .01..the International organic- Mr. Purcell said, was lion, who spoke at sop.e length, in. a lhat ]t was his that the very diguiiiecl and impressive mariner, risiiling with the affairs of the order in a general manner, but calling at- tention to sonic of the outstanding GIVES HIS ADVICE Thos. H. Woolford' came up from Cardston this morning and west to Taber this afternoon, knows, Woolford farmer and when, he made the remark to the Herald that whatSouthern Al- berta needs most is intensive farming and not extensive fanning, it was ac- cepted as ".the view of "a man who knows whereof he speaks. As it is Woolford-.said the big :fann can't receive' proper attention, and tne best thing for the country and the farmer is the cultivation of not more than a. half section. "Crops nex-er looked better in our district." said Mr. Woolford. "and even if we don't set'any more rain we -will have a much better crop than last, do badly then." .Fred Karren, of Magrath. reports ideal conditions at Majrrath. A fall of rain in a few dayg would ensure aj bumper crop. FOOR DROWNED IN LAKE MICHIGAN a great asset to the city, and should is short in his accounts and a ibornly refuses to have an operation is- his only hope of recovery, jaud as a consequence his life is of. The unfortunate man hails BlOOCl Irom Idaho. warrant, for his. arrest has been sued. It Is Not iii H Medicine Taken Cannot Cure i Eczema. It Is Caused by Germs. Eczema cannot be overcome by or- dinary treatment and the old-fashion- ed way of dosing the system with drugs. Eczema is caused by a para- sitic germ that bores into the skin. It is generally a contagious disease. DARES BOURASSA TO CONTEST SEAT St. Choiastique, Que., June Until .the parasite is completely de- stroyed and removed, eczema cannot pearly one thousand people listened prove a great drawing card to rnanu- be cured. Fully one-third of skin dis- jto the speeches delivered here on facturers when the population of the eases are in the form of eczema. JKaturday afternoon by the Hon. R. city and surrounding-district is dense We'so thoroughly believe that Rex- JLemieux, postmaster general: Mr. J. all Eczema Ointment will overcome 'June men were drowned when the sand carrier J. W. As everybody j Marshall overturned in Lake .Michi- is a model! Gary. Ind., today. The re- enough to furnish a market." The .party left about-ten-thirty for .Macleod in T. S. Mackenzie's' auto land another hired by the party. Their [private car will foe attached to the I afternoon local and set off there, and 'they intend to proceed from there to Calgary and Edmonton, and thence I down T. P. to Saskatoon, I Prince Albert and Regina. mainder of'the "crew "of twelve men were carri'e'd to the shore by the waves and rescued by fishermen. The! dead, Martin Donahue, mate; Charles Langcmany -assistant Engineer John j Wiseman, '.wheelsman, and Gus 'Jake, j fireman. The'ship 'overturned in the! storm that broke with a change 'of i wind that brought relief from the j heat under which this region hasj sweltered for three days. The ".boat! had taken a-cargo of and had headed here. men were below and divided through. hers towards Sir the com pan ion way when the storm.; eczema and allied skin that we unhesitatingly promise to Wilson' 'M-R for Lava1' and Mr- ly refund theOOD9AROOD9AROOD9A for Rigaud. The sound- ly return the money paid us for it jing note of Mr. Lemieux's speech w-aa should it in any way be unsatisfac-jttiat the Liberal party was ready at tory to the, user. Because of its remarkable cleansing. j the shortest notice to face the general antisemic. germicidal, "soothing and because the government and healing influence, Rexall Eczema Oint- members were confident in their nient has a very pronounced value in record. the treatment of skin diseases, es- SAYSLAURIER WILL BE ALONE London, June 12. The Imperial Mr_ Ethier Mr_ Bpurassa to features of the present struggle as compared to other fields. Mr. Hayes is a.very evenly balanced speaker, approaching oratory at some times, but'ahvays with a calm moderation wifich adds weight to what he says. He spoke of the low cost of produc- tion at the camp, as com- pared at some orher mines. He, at i all points, emphasized the difference UetAvce.n organized camps and fields where there is no organizntion. As a refutation of the idea that unorgan- ized fields were dangerous competi- tors of those districts where the U. M. of A. dealt with the operators as a body, he cited the Cincinnati convention, where the operators clos- ed an agreement with the organiza- tion, granting an increase of 5.55 per ceut. increase, showing that the op- erators did this in the face of the competition .of the non-union mines just across the Ohio river in the West; Virginia field. He repeated his statement of. the cay before, that the International or- ganization endorsed, and would assist the officers and men of District and said that the great order of which he had the honor of" officer, was in this country to .ivay, recognizing no boundary lines for the uplifting of-the conditions of .its general public, that great body of i which they were hearing so much, were made cognizant of the real facts surrounding this struggle'', for 'better pay, they would gladly pay any in- crease necessary to be given to the men. who had to work at; such an oc- cupation. After all the English speakers had' been heard, Karl Theodorovich, a Servian, took the platform and trans- lated the remarks of the leading speakers fnto-the foreigners present who could-not .un- derstand English. At the close of his interpretations The foreign element in the audience announced through the interpreter that they 'would unanimously follow the load of their English-speaking "comrades, and the meeting broke up enthusiastic cheers. There is no> doubt that- the presence of Vice-Pre- sident Hayes has put spirit into the men, who, in some instances had been wavpring as a result of the rumors that the International would not hack up: the men in their present fight. On the other hand there is no apparent evidence of the operators re- ceding from the position they have taken, and it looks like a continuance of the deadlock for some weeks yet. IMPROVEMENT TO HARBOR AT CHEMULPO STARTED Chemulpo, Korea, June of making much needed improvements in. bers in any part of this great ennu- I the' .harbor Jiere was inaugurated to- highly recommend it for the. dry scaly intention to run at the coming form or the weeping type, where there said Mr, Ethier, "as I think "is a constant flow- of ill-smelling am entitled to a rest, but as Mr. cretion. iBourassa has declared in his paper Rexall Eczema. Ointment is .very itha j would retire ln fear Qf he. prompt m relieving pimples, biotcnes. i- T skin discolorations, ringworm, acne! defeated' I to stay m nettle rash, tetter, hives., ulcers, in- ;tQe field if Mr- Bourassa is willing to sect bites, and for healing sores and against me." nent. These remarks "evoked haariy cheers. The statements which had credence in the minds of some, day u-ith av'celebration in which -rep- resentatives of all the 'different. ,na- resWing here participated. Lieu- gained tenant General Count Terauchl, Jap- anese resident governor of Korea, of- wounds. It is a pleasant Wilfrid Laurier's Co.. special motion resardinc foreign treaties broKe. Several rescues of P'pasurci which will "be craft.s were made nerc bv the United States life savers.' ELIMINATING FOR RACES i HELD DURING KIEL WEEK I Kiel, Germany, June the The reports of the Toronto Metho-'preliminary 'elimination races the ist conference showed that there Judges have selected Tilly XIV, dis were five married ordained ministers drawing salaries of and fifteen xvho are and S600. receiving between aaec Tilley X, The "VVittelsbach and debated on Friday next. It is stated in some quarters that it is not intended to press this motion to a vote. Commenting on this, the Morning Post, Unionist, says "It is donbt.fui if Laurier will find a single Referring to the All-Red Route, the Post thinks that the only probable Seehund to participate in further result, on the part of the home govern trials_ to determine-OeiTaan- ment js the renewal of the pledge of made at the last confer- tors in the b'onder- lass races during Kiel week. 0YS PERSIA fABEETS compouinled by expert are all pMfMfaboru. Money back if not 50c. a box all an inquiry ence. SER10US FOREST FIRES IN SOUTH DAKOTA CHemfcal Co. of Ccncifa, 49 Deadwood. S. D.r June ser iioiis forest fire which orok'e out ' i j afternoon is raging just west of Na- jhant. twenty miles south of here, and I the fotestry department this evening jrus-hod a special train with fifty fire j fighters to the scene. Several ranches in danger. Associate Forester j Hotter of Washington, who is here i investigating the grazing conditions. !s assisting the local smelling, I Heciprocitv and the nary were ex- 'VI jtensively dealt with by Mr. Lemieux, Wilson and M'r. Boyer. Winnipeg. June that the International was hot in sympathy being by their brethren in district, crime in for severe criticism at his hands. He said that .these false impressions were the fruit of disturbers who had designed to dis- hearten the miners-in their fight. He paid some attention to the newspapers', but was generous enough to divide them, into goo'd and bad, as to quality and influence, but ac- i corded to that great instivotion tre- j memlous in the direction of that organization j flcially .opened the operations. Pres- "th'p fiffht ient Plans involve an" expenditure of and the thou- thls sands of Korean laborers for several years. no tig raornine to make any statement as to. who is likely to i that power would, not be abused in appointed to the position of chief! so many instances in the future -as it ri in -times past. Hat to Agitator agitator he took off his hat as an individual who at all times was in of reforms in all lines. In of police, to succeed Chief McRae. it! nafj was learned that a practical decision had been arrived nt to promote the. present deouty-chief. Chris. H. New- i ton. Mr. Newton was acting chief j during the' recent absence of Chief j McRae, anr] when changes in the j. force were made necessary by the i labolafTuirs lie spokc ol the cmanc1' opening of the two sub-srsttior.s. he; patidn of women and children from was promoted from the chief inspect- j the long hours' of labor to orship to the position of deputy chief. which in so many Ceases At that time, it was well known Pji-j until that individual, the agitator, had made the practice impossible in'." many of the States of the union. He instanced the light along these, lines, which bad been waged Western, Pennsylvania for the organized labor. vately among the members of the commission that Chief McRae had quite mane up his mind to insist upon j retirement, and the promoting -of In- spector Newton fo the position 01 deputy-chief was made with the defin- ite intention that it would be but the j stepping stone to the full command of the force. "Chris" Newton, as he is popular- ly known throughout Winnipeg, has a splendid record on the force. He is an experienced policeman, a strict dis- ciplinarian, and has thr> typical de- votion to duty of the English trained policeman. I where he women and chil- dren behind prison bars because of the part they had taken in the fight for liberty.; Mr. Hayes made use of an expres- sive phrase in this connection when he spoke of "intelligent Danger From Kidney Troubles BECIUS YtUH BACK ACHES. Backache ie the first sod the nign of kidney disease. When the back aches or becomes ft is' ft warning that the kidneys affected in some way. Next to the heart, the kidneys, are, perhaps the most important organs in tho body. ..It is no wonder then that if the affected the whole system Bust be. On the first of backache Kidney Pills should be taken. They go right to the scat of the trouble, hear the delicate membranes of the kidneys and make their action regular and natural." Mr. E. ,T. Saulnier, Lake Annis. N.S.; take a great, deal of plcosura In telling you the benefit I have received from the rise of Doan's Kidney Pills. I was troubled with my kidneys for several years; my back wag weak, T had terrible beadaches, and won HO restless I could not sleep at night. I commenced using Doan's Kidney Pills in a very short time 1 was right and fit again." Kidney Pills are 50c. per box or 3 all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of jprice by The T. Mil- burn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. If ordering direct ipecify ;