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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta June THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE W. 9. iHERMAN, Managtr. Phone 640. Friday-Saturday, June 16th-17th Boy Woolfolk Presents the Real Musical Comedy "A WINNING MISS" With Max Bloom, Comedian And .50 others, including the moat beautiful .chorus the West. Seats on sale at Box Office, Tuesday, June 13th. LETHBRIDGE IS MATINEE 2 to 5 EVENfNG 7 to 11 WELL KNOWN T.S. Mackenzie Finds City and District Well Advertised Speaking to T. S. Mackenzie this morning regarding his trip through- to Portland, Me., and St. Stephen, N. U., he said, that the sights during his travels from the standpoint of a business man were a revelation to him, and the development of the coun try all. the way across the continent. was wonderful, showing a great ad- j'vance since his last trip so far east, i nine years age. Mr. Mackenzie was especially interested in the. state of j the crops in Minnesota'and the IS ALL THE TALK London, June last week GRAND LODGE K. OF P. OFFICERS C.F.P. Conybeareis Again Representative to Su- preme Lodge Claresholm. Jims Alberta Grand Lodge Knights oi Pythias open- preceding, thai in which he corona- ed hefe wjth about thirty ,tion ceremonies are to take place is delegate8 pre8ent. Representatives witnessing, the greatest energy so far Bfiow a Iiirge'falUng Olf in membership as "the preparations for the events arc concerned. The stands and decor- ations which are to cover the central part of the growing in num- ber daily and the number of princi- pals and .foreigners on the streets everv cinv. .One and it is intended to place a paid or- ganizer in the field. The Grand Lodge officers wens elect ed today as follows; the 'chief attractions to the ordinary m Past Grand -Cnancellor, Dr. Staple- is more _ _ .jford, Seugewick; Grand -.Chancellor. 01 Bearisto, Sedgewick; Grand Vice spectator already are the Canadian Mr. Fieldhouse, Wain- SPECIAL MATINEE THE kotas, the home of so many of South are' unfamiliar as ern A'lbcrta's latest settlers. In these [rules to "the man on the street, which, whenever seen, 'Causes a crowd to one in the city seems to be talking about the one subject of." the coronation, and the spirit of the impending, ceremonies fairly sat- urates .the'atmosphere in the capitol of.-the empire. Rehearsals of the crowning ceremony are being conduct- "Tight; Grand Prelate, A. M. Ritchie. _, D- A Lethbridge; Grand Keeper of Records Reproduction of the Trojan War Settings Dazzling with Grandeur Awe-inspiring Conflagrations 2500 ft. Film Production DON'T MISS IT i states the crop last year was almos j a failure on account of the dry sea i son which prevailed all'through th West, but he had this to say abou them, -as the least possibic distance, and we shall endeavor at this meeting to get into a closerSra- tted working condition. W. F. DEAN, Secretary of Committee! The G. T. R: Js promising Niagara fruit growers that deliveries will in Toronto market toy day after shipment: could. produce, and the.large district to..the West that would be tributary if the line touched instead of going east of High River, were put up to him. "During the discussion the High Riv- er1 people claim that he .practically gave the assurance that the .line would touch High River. us a dav of .rest, the teamster works tion, you must not neglect each op- throe to four'hours attending the !portunitv of letting. our' legiilitbrs horses, for the purpose of "caring your wants> touL }cng as ?ou BLOW IN FURNACES AT GRANBY SHELTER Grand Forks, B. C., June first train load of 18 cars of Pennsyl- vania coke was received at the Grau- by smelter on Saturday afternoon. Preparations are being made for the blowing in of a few furnaces the first of next week. Some 150 cars of east- am coke arc now on the way here. SIR WILFRID BETTER London, June Wil- frid Laurier. who has been slightly indisposed, is batter and attended the conference today. Montreal hears that R. B. Angus and Rodolphc Forget, M. P., will ure in the next batch..of royal honors. the animals, for which no recompense to party regardless of princi- is iorthcoming. While we are cogniz- ancj of the nieu ant oi the necessity of caring for 'you elect to represent you in the 'aw our employers' property, we are of nv.king bodies, you can never h j distribution of it, and whether a just The Transfer companies affected j proportion of the distribution shall claim that S65 per month is a -suffi- !flow to the actual producers, depends cicnt wage for the work deemed ne- cessarv and the care of the horses. upon the wisdom of your actions at the polls in who hold Considering a twelve-hour day and Principle above party, and the rights twenty-six days per month on a basis the pay per hour amounts to which in these days of high cost of commodities is not sufficient to maintain the standard of livingj demanded by modern intelligence. Our demands range from to per month and when figured out on above basis amounts to less than 34 cents per hour. Executive Board Teamsters' Union. NO DECISION ABOUT SHOPS YET Hat, Jime to this afternoon nothing of- ficial had been learned about the "ocation of the C. P. R. shops, though the people are still confident they -will be located here. of the people paramount to the ag- grandisement of special interests. Mr. Borden, as leader of'the Oppo- sition might well be said to breathe the sentiments of his followers, and It is well that you should know wheth er those sentiments are for or against your interests, and no clearer demon- stration of this can be bad than by meeting him and hearing an explicit defining of that policy from his own lips, We wish you also to bear in mind the date of our district convention, at the Sundial school grounds, s.e. qr. Sec.. 10 Tp. IS R. 13, at one o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, the 27th, when the Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture: Hon. A- J. McLean. Pro vincial Secretary- and Mr. E. J. Fream, provincial secretary of the United Farmers of Alberta, will ad- dress the people on various subjects of vital interest. We hope that each local of this constituency will be re- presented by delegates. Free lunch will be served to all cominc from a Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? It Will Paj YM to Make There's been a lot of "guessing" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- ally, but you can be dead sure that, little pain across your back came from de- creased kidney action. The kidney's duty is to filter the blood take out the impurities collected by the returning blood stream dfr it ittst like absorbent cotton in a funnel' the impurities from polluted water.' When the are not working are for one of two courses betes and Blight's Disease or Rheuma- tism, Lumbago and Sciatica. The for-, tner coarse Is usually fatal, and the latter always painful, but, you need not tira either, as they both- can be easily, .pre- vented. r j- The very best prescriptiori for aH -kid- ney troubles is Nyal's Stone Jtoot'Com- It is no "patent" but a scientific' prescription competed of Stoneroot, Buchu, Juniper and other remedies of proved value. More, than that, it has been proved by who have had glad relief from its use. There's nothing quite the draggin results of miserable sick You are trifling with your own when you neglect so simple a precaution. as a pleasant home treatment with Nyml's Stone Root Compound when results so certain. It soothes bladder irritation, gives you rest and comfort at niftit, and makei life once more enjoyable. The kidneys, liver and bladder ant all dependent upon one ahothtr, 'aiid'Nyial't Stone Root Com pound is particularly designed to help them all. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO, J. D. HIQINBOTHAM 4 CO, JACKfiON 4 COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE ;