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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN Jtatlfttttt alfiu arfy Bot- ilti loit flat. The most healthful spirit obtain'; able and the very beat stimulant for general use. As a pick-me- up tonic and digestive, Wolfe'a Schnapps is always opportune, exercising the most beneficial ef- fect upon the liver, kid- neys and other organs- DISTRIBUTORS: The Hudson's Bay Co. Lethbrldge, Alta, Our New Suits are unusual values style, in quality of cloth, and in the superior tailoring of every garment. We cin give you a choice 'of Blue Serges, Flannels, Gray Worsteds, Home- spuns in a big variety of effects, and other of the season's novelties, in the ne wesl styles. Ask to see our Suits at to LIFE THREATENED McKelvie McGuire iiiiiiniiJiiiiiiniiiniMHiiiniiiiiiiinniiMiiuifiiiuiiiitiiMiMiiHiiiiiiiii u" .Black Scotland's Best Whisky J ..i IlilimllllliliiSS FRENCH NAVAL MANOEUVERS Paris, -Tune French Sec- niid Light Squadron will visit British Waters early next week. The fleet, v.'Ul be under the command of H ear-Admiral Ilouyor. wi'il comprise the armed, cruiser Marseillaise, flying Hie flag, of the admiral; the armed cruiser Admiral Aube, a flotilla of tor- pedo-boat destroyers, and a flotilla of submarines. The visit returns those lately paid by British squadrons to Brest and niierbourg. It will extend over four or five days, and on'Its conclusion tho French ships will return to France IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE Siorlci of Soil J Comfort" In Ilio centre of Hit-nln-a mm fURtrvH bath fiUlcn. flu t id' nixilu loly fire el and miuldc. EUROPEAN KAR-6i per Will per tUy up Standard Grades for Potatoes to be Established Superintendent FairHeld of.the Do- minfon Experimental farm, anounced last night at the Board of Trade meet- ing that 1SOO pounds of registered seed potatoes had been distributed in tho Lethbrldge' district this spring, 1400 pounds ofr'which were the fa- mous "Lethbridge. Gold Coin" variety. Mr. Fairfield emphasized the fact that Ibis wonderful distribution of first class seed could be made the op- ening for a; phenomenal development of the. potato industry. The work will be followed up'this fall'with "the es- tablishment of a'standard of grades in order to improve and maintain a bet- ter market and price. Fincher Creek, Juno plays put on by the Amateur theatrical club under the auspices oi Si. John's church, unit tied, "The Burglar' and the and "My Lord in Liv- ery." was attended by u large and very appreciative audience. That there was anything amateur about it was entirely forgot ten, as each of the players played right up to his role, and deserves not only the applause but the gratitude of the largo num- ber in attendance for a most enjoy- i able evening. It IK to be hoped that! another treat of the same order will) be iu stare for us in the near future. regrcl to report the intention of Mr., and Mrs. Harry llinton to inove from our midst to Oraiibrook. Mr. Hintoii, who has recently dis- solved, partnership with tlie Mitchell Drug Co., has taken up a business interest in Cranbrook. They will both be very much missed by many friends, as this has been Jliu- ton's home town since boyhood, am Mrs. Hiuton since coming here abou 18 months ago has proved hersel such a valuable worker in the dilter enfc societies to which she belonged and also to the Presbyterian choir jiat her absence will he keenly felc for these, ss well as her charmiut, jersonality. Miss E. Schofield, who has at tending college at Summerland. Okan agan Valley, B. C., returned to her here on Tuesday. Mrs. (Dr.) ,J. J. Gillespfe has her sister anil father, Mr. and Miss Mi er, of Merriekville, Ont., visiting -with her at present. Miss S. Tuckelt, of West Toronto, who is en route home from a visit to the coast, spent Sunday and Mon- day with her friend, Mr. Roscrie Brown. Miss L. Curtis and Mr. Darwin Curtis, of Spring Hill, Kansas, are guests of their sister's, Mrs. B Montgomery, of town, and Mrs. Ed- enfield, of Fisbhurn, for the summer months. fiis Health In A Terrible Stats Unfit Alex. Cyr and family left on Wed- nesday evening for St. David, Maine where Mr. Cyr's father is critically ill.' Mrs. Jas. Foote was the Hostess o! a charming tea on Saturday after- noon last, given as a farewell to Mr and Miss Brown, who- left for their home in Toronto on Sunday evening. Mrs. Mongeon and children spent a few days with Mrs. A. week. Duncan Richards arid Emil Bcndick at the Waldorf and Leon Talliot at tlie Bell Lynch boarding house, were convicted before K. Christie, J. p., under the D. B. act this week) Pincher Creek, June watch- ful eye is being kept on the news of the different oil fields in the province. But the big interest is being centred around the Pincher Creek Oil and Refining company lease. That tlie directors arc going to, win out is a big certainty. Last week Dr. John A. Allen, M.Sc., Ph.D., made a care- ful study of -this district- and his-re- port made things look rosy, for the local company. S. J. G-loyn, who is extensively in- terested in lands adjoining the P. 0. O. R, Co., lease, has also been B. A. KELLY. EGO. HACBRSVUXK, ONT., Aug. 26th, 1913. "About two years ago, I found my health, in a very bad slate. My kidneys were riot doing their work, am] I was all run down in condition. I felt the need of some good remedy, and haying seen Fruit-a-tives advertised, I deemed to try them. Their effect I found more than satisfactory: Their action was mild aud the result all that could be expected. "My kidneys resumed their normal after I had taken upwards of a dozen boxes and I regained my old-time vitality. Today, I am as well as ever, the best health I have ever had B. A. KELLY Fruit-a-tives" isthegreatestKidney remedy in the world. It acts on the bowels and the skin as well as the Kid- neys and thereby soothes and cures any Kidney soreness. "Fruit-a-tives" is sold 50c a box, G for trial size 25c, or will-be sent on receipt of price bj Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. PICKED UP IN PASSING The Western Canada Laundry men will hold their naxt convention in Edmonton. J. W. secretary of the Ed- monton 'tvi'il become secre- tary oC the Hamilton association. Invermere, B.C., is excited over the reported discovery of a deposit of cannel coal. A1ta., is quarantined on ac- count of a severe epidemic of small- pox. Rev. S. C. Harper or London is the new pastor of Willis Presbyterian church, Clinton. Tlie Coofcstown, Ont., Methodist church was gutted by fire. Loss, coo. Rev. T. TVilklns, a veteran Pres- jyterian clergyman of Trenton, Ont., Is dying. An Invermere bear hunter claims discovered an immense body of coal in the valley of Toby Creek B.C. Kiraljy Lajos, a Russian, was fined 115.00 and costs in Calgary for using a cancelled stamp. S- B. Jameson, inspector of cus- oms, Regina, lias 'been superannuat- ed. J. H. Spooner, formerly with the Dominion Express Co., succeeds him. Mayor Goffat of Orillia and. A. H. icre, and has been most favorably j Alien iOf Paisley, nomineut Ontario mprcsscd. The prospectus Conservatives, are supporting the company will be in tho hands of the Roweli "abolish the bar" policy. ;oople in a fp-w days, and after t.he work of preparing it is off the secre- tary's shoulders it is the intention to give for publication a full report of the facts as found by the experts who have visited the oil zone. We have veen informed frc-ii pood The British fleet will visit the ports on the other side of the North Sea during the summer. In order to encourage stock raising the 'Saskatchewan ranchers maintain authority that Mr. J. C. Drowry of. that grazing leases should not be Cowley, has been one of the luckv in- taxed. vectors in the Calgary oil fields. It is stated that he paid ciwh "President J. J. Warren of the Ketile CONTROVERSY''OVER MAGAZINE .RATES London, a result of the negotiations between'; the repre- sentatives of the Newspaper associa- tion and the Postmaster-General to se- cure, a modification., of; tlia scale ot charges proposed in consequence of ho Canadian Postmaster-General's re- fusal to continub to pay. the whole cost of sen carriage and delivery in yanada.without a contribution of one- i.alf of the cost o aea .carriage by Hrltnln, Mr.. Hobhonae has agreed to accept six-auntie packets for one c yyu., _ 111m., filbs., 5d. It Is ilot itlmttany change" will be matin Inime- I tllntcly In, (lie rate now iu forco of Id. iier uoimii. n j. j. vv at i cu ui me iveu.it; for 320 acres of oi! lease, and after Hue stated In an Interview iu dividing it into small ho (lings he has! that the road would be com- disposed oi a considerable number at Dieted i., the fall of 1916. He said from an acre and up, netting him a handsome profit on his invest- ment. there would he no boom towusites along the rond. In view of the fact that Charles G. London-Anotlier. demonstration by nominated as candidate in militant suffragettes took place io- tlle legislature for Hiverdale, Toron- day in the presence o[ Their Jlajcs- to, declared liimself in favor of the tics when they visited the Interna- RoweB 1'ollcy of "abolish the Horse Show at Olympia this another.convention will bo called for afternoon. young woman rose in an opposite stall denouncing forcible feeding. the nomination of candidates. Mr. Doughty has sent in his 'resignation as Conservative nominee. OIYTHE WEEKS SUPPiy IN ENG. IN EVENT OF A BLOCKADE A MOST SERIOUS SITUATION WOULD ARISE London, June are onlr between two and three weeks' supply of wheat m England. This startling statement was made by Mr. Broorae, of Messrs. Thomas Groves Son, Rotherhithe. one of the oldest and largest firras of grain merchants in the country. "From the ?ofnt of view of the' working .Mr. Broome remark- ed, "this IB an extremely serious mat- ter. It was stated In the HOUBO of Commons that there Is a. sixteen, weeks' supply of wheat available at any time of the year: London having t-hree weeks', 'country farmhouses three weeks', millers and bakers four weeks', and the grain afloat araount- ng to a supply for another six 'weeks. am afraid those figures are rather deceptive. "In tlie event of a suddea blockade of our ports London would find Its read at starvation prices within a -null, find.in a.fortnight thero would e none at all; At the present time omlon only possesses quarters o? wheat. Best Australian Is quoted 3Ss. tid., the highest figure for weeks. The government should make ome provision for storing grain. Very ew of the merchants can afford to tock large quantities, and until such rovision is made tlie wheat market, nd consequently the price of bread, will always be high." NOTHER CHICAGO BANK IN TROUBLE Chicago, lil., was posted on the Board of.Trade today mt Sidney Long Co. had failed pay their debit balance at the earing uouse: The firm has been ctive on. the bull side of the wheat larket, which has suffered recently roni a sharp decline. THE RED SEAL Accident Policy This Policy covers EVERY accident and provides for WEEKLY idemnity, etc., etc. RATES: Annual Premium, SELECT t. Annutl Premium PREFERRED Annuil Premium, ORDINARY W2.SO London and Lancashire Guarantee and Accident Co. OUR AQENT6 IN LETHBRIDOE ARE The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Conyhawe Block Geo. W. Robinson, ONEFOUR NEWS Onefour, Alta., June Dun- :aa killed a badger last week, Samuel Groaa struck a flow of .good water in ihla new well at 'feet. Mrs. Mary A. Wetherell and Mian Myrtle have returned from Havre, where the latter was under medical attention, but is now much O, D. Greeno and Abe Wood are in New Dayton on business and "will re- turn soon to their claims in Onefour. L. B. Duncan canie In from the west resterday, with a load of seed and ither supplies for his place on Section :4. Prank L, Allen Visited Onefour this week on. horse business. -Mr. Allen, came from Illinois two years ago, ud settled in 3-6, -but IJkea the look! of 1-4 so well that lie maj; fca inducfld to more over. George H. of Section it8, pulled In from New Dayton on: Trt- day with a three-storey wagon full of seed grain, provisions, pigs, eto, C. A. Bjornson, repreB eating the Gheen Oil Co. of New York, has been prospecting in ,1-4 and 2-5 .this week. The Gheea Co. aecttred some large leases near Sevea" Per- sons, and will bore In that nelgfeibor- liood, to settle fcho WestiDghouse strike were continued today. 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