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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Quick Lunch Counter at the New England Cafe is now open Menu and Service is sure to please Hill Block .Dufi'ei'iu Street HAVE YOU A BAD SORE? If so remember these' Buk Is the most widely used halm in Canada, yet four years URO it was unknown here! Why (has it become so popular? Because it heals sores, cures skin diseases, and does ''what is claimed for it. Why not let, it heal your sore? Remember that Zam-Buk is alto- gether different to the ordinary 'oint- ments.; Most of these consist of ani- malfats. Zam-Buk contains no trace of any animal fat, or any mineral mat- ter. It is absolutely herbal. Kemeraber that Zam-Biik is at the same time healing, soothing, and an- 'tiseptic. Kills poison instantly, and all harmful germs. It is suitable alike for recent injuries and diseases, and chronic sores, ulcers, etc. Test how different and superior Zam-Buk really is. All druggists and stores at 50c. box. You are warned against harm- ful substitutes and imitations. CANADIAN NORTHERN HAS REACHED STETTLER Stettler, June -N'orthern Railway track-laying gang reached Stettler about eleven this morning, the steel having "been now laid from Cam rose to Stettler. Ac two" o'clock a large crowd of citizens heiul- ed by the town band, proceeded to the point where the line crossed the C. P. north east of town, to wit- 'ness the nutting in of thevdiaraond. ,It is reported tliat a special train will be run from Camrose to-Stettler'on -July 1st. The Letlibridge Uaily Herald, Tuesday, June H.S. BIGELOW TO LECTURE HERE ..Herberts. Uigclow, of Cincinnati, Ohio, one of America's foremost ora- tors and lecturers, will-probably spend a week in Lcthbridgc in the latter part of August or Lhe begin- ning of September, and will lecture upon, "The Grand Junction'Color- ado, of Commission Government for "The Taxation of Land "Direct "Ini- tiative, licfcremlum and kindred subjects.' Mr. BigdW, who is a Congrcgatioiialist minister, has had a wide experience in practical politics, and has been lieutenant and right hand man to Tom. L. Johnson in iiis fights against corporate power in Ohio, and during that fight was on the Democratic slate for Secretary of State. J. L. Manwarmg, secretary of the Canadian Club, took up the matter of a visit to Lethbridge from Mr. Bigelow, with the Henry George Lec- ture Association of Chicago, under whose auspices Mi. Bigelow travels, with the result that yesterday Fred- erick II. Monroe, president of that organization, dropped of! here on his way (o the Pacific coast, and said thai Mr. Bigolow could either be here a day or a week.. He also said that the association might be able to send Henry George, Jr., through here next January, and Charles Frederick Adams, another speaker of note, eith- er in November or March next, .to speak -on similar topics as Mr. Bige- low. A special meeting of the Cana- dian Club executive has been called to consider handling these speakers under its auspices. GOVERNOR FAVORS Advocates Direct Nomination And Recall Of Public IY CORPS TO CAMP LABOR WILL BE SCARCE. Mr. Bruce Walker Says' There Wii; Shortage This "all. Winnipeg June sun- ply of farm hands is totally mail {unto meet the demand, is firm con- viction of'J. Bruce. Walker, ciii.-f -im- migration agent. JhvWalker'states that lie could place farn: hands to-morrow, and he fears.'.vhen liar-vest time comes there will be :i scarcity of men which will cause grief <-j farmers. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold a guarantee that if you are not sat- isfied after using of a bot- tle acording to directions, your money will be refunded. It is up to you to try. Sold by all druggists. Spokane, Wash., June ing reforms in the government of the State of Washington are advocated by Governor'Marion K. Hay in a let- ter to the State Grange. He favors changing the constitution and nom- inating by direct vote only Uniled States senators, congressmen, gover- nor and lieutenant-governor and the state legislative and county tickets the rest of the state officials, including judges of the supreme court, (to be ap- pointed by the governor. Other changes outlined in Gover nor Hay's letter i'oluvr. am in favor of the recall over i officials. Real assured I thai I will be with you to the very limit in this. "Should the legislature pass a dir- ect legislation I shall certainly approve I am unablt'to see where it, will do the good its many ad- vocates claim. "1 am in favor of the staie 'controll- ing the limiting of bond issues of pub- lic service corporations, and believe it unwise to allow them .to issue bonds indiscriminately, as thoy have been doing in the past. We are com pelled to pay excessive rates, so that their stock will bear a reasonable re- turn upon the face of it. In other words, we are having to pay divid- ends upon too much water. 1 "I am in favor of the county unit for local the possible, exception of eliminating cities of the first, class from the county unit. "Counties there are cities of the first class would have two un- its, and as a further restriction upon this traffic, I expect to recommend to the next legislature to pass a bill confining the sale of liquor to day- light ihours only in such communities where its sale is'permitted by law." Governor Hay handles .the equal suffrage question -ivith gloves, say- Ing-the matter is now before the peo- ple of Washington, and -will be decid- ed by them at the election next fall. T. W. Taylor is again the Conser- vative candidate in Centre Winnipeg for the Manitoba legislature. Cardston Squadron Went On Same Train-Early Parades The Ioca.1 artillery': battery, seventy- seven strong, under Major. J. S, Stt-wart, entrained this morning and left for two weeks in camp at Cal- gary, shortly after nine o'clock. "C" (Cardston) Squadron 25lh Al- berta Rangers, 08 strong, under Capt. Hugh arrived irom Cardston on a special train at 8.30, and left on the same train boys. The Cardston train, which was brought in by Conductor Frank Sains- bury aind Engineer Donohue, con- sisted of four carloads of horses, one baggage ear "and two coaches. The train which carried the boys to Calgary ran :to Macledd as the second section to No. 7. Engine No. 1411 with Engineer Maurice Thomas at the throttle, hauled her, and Conduc- tor .J. Goff was in charge. Prom Macleod it will probably run as a passenger' extra to Calgary. The train, which is the first, troop, train ever seen at, Lethbridge, consisted of three flat cars of guns[ eight-cars of horses, two baggage cars and five passenger coaches. The artillery paraded at the armories promptly at 6 o'clock this'morning, and immediately pro- ceeded: to load, the; horses. Some time by the inspection of the horses brand, inspectors. The guns were loaded yesterday af- ternoon and passed the veterinary inspection at the hands of Dr. Rusk last evening. Quite a num- ber of citizens; were present at the depot this morning to see the bovs off. The Cardston squadron were enter- tained at a party last night by the young ladies 'of': that town.. They paraded at 3.30.this morning, loaded their horses and.left at 5.30, arriv- ing at 8.30. The Pincher Creek, Macleod and Claresholm squadrons of the Alberta Rangers, are: also .entraining to-day Rangers are also entraining to-day to go into camp at Calgary. Another ?9.000 gold brick was ship- ped from the frueen mine to kelson. Another of Many Features of The above trt-subject cut gives but a slight idea of some of the scenes to be witnessed in connection with the Al. G. Barnes' Big Ring Wild Animal Circus. The main subject is Piggy and Peggy, inseparable compan- ions, while the centre section portrays three of the Siamese elephants going through one of their stunts at the in- stigation of Mr. Tim Buckley, their trainer. The upper section of the cut is per- haps the more Interesting for the reason that the sight of a highly bred English coach dog serving in the dual capacity of wet nurse and foster mo- ther to a litter of baby lions is surely an unusual one, and one, too, that is wen calculated to arrest the interest of the observing individuaP-who pays a visit to the circus during its forth- coming engagement In this city, under the auspices of the Brown Amusement beginning Monday, June 20. Experienced animal masters know that whenever a bred lioness gives birth to a litter of cubs, while in captivity, the mother instinct will, in many cases, prompt her to devour them rather than suffer them to fall Into the hands of her attendants. The result is that in a majority of cases, lion cubs do not survive the first few hours of their birth, and, while a de- cided rarity, such lions as are rescued from their resentful mother have heretofore been reared on a bot- tle, or by some other artificial me- thods. In the group of black maned African lions owned by Col. Al. G. Barnes, is a handsome female, specimen, known as that recently gave birth to a litter of four tiny "Kings of the For- est." .They were immediately rescu- ed from almost certain destruction at the hands of the newly made mother. Almost simultaneously a thor- oughly-trained English coach dog, gave birth to three puppies that failed to survive because of the temporary neg- ligence of a subordinate keeper. Col. Barnes noticed tnat the disconsolate Bell manifested unusual interest in the tiny lions in an adjoining cage, and, simply as an experiment, he ordered the connecting door to be opened, when to his utter astonish- ment and in violation of every known precedent, the most cordial relations wers speedily established between the easily consoled canine mother and tne helpless lion cubs. During the ensuing five weeks Bell ha? continued to earnestly and con- scientiously discharge her duties and administered to her strange wards with all the care and solicitude of a natural mother. During the ing engagement of the Al. G. Barnes Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus. [and its ten or more kindred attractions in tnis city, visitors to the big circus pavilion wll observe a small gilded cage located just inside the main en- trance, and it is there that the strange- ly assorted but apparently contented family may be found. Aside from the animal circus which admittedly will be the pre-eminent feature, there wiH be half a score of secondary attractions, riding devices and fun factories, as well as several open air free attractions, and if the Barnes aggregation sustains in ever so slight a degree the reputation es- tablished in other localities it may be accepted as a foregone conclusion that lota! amusement iovers have a week of unalloyed fun in store for them- selves and the carnival spirit will doubtless reign supreme. Don't forget the date, Monday, June 20th, and continuing throughout six days and nights. MAJESTIC THURSDAY JUNE 16TH The Noted Portuguese Court Violinist ereira And His Own Party Seats, Red Cross Drug Store, 50c to CIIAS. HAKPEE Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wil brace up the nerves, ban- ish sick headache, prevent despond- ency and invigorate the whole system. Sold by all druggists. The Noted Pianist Coining- with Rsml Peiroira The ore production of the interior of British Columbia passed the mil- lion mark last week, as calculate! from the shipments and (ho tonnage being closely figured. TWO FRIENDS RESCUED BY GJBJILLS The Kidney and Bladder Remedy Mr. Herbert Raucr, of Davfsville, says he owts Gin Pills a debt of gratitude which he can never repay. He suffered for years with Bladder Trouble, and could not pass urine except by much straining which caused great pain. Mr. Bauer sent for a free sample of Gin Pills. The first dose did him so much good that he ordered she boxes and began to take them regularly. A month's treatment completely cuicd him. In high glee he called on his friend, Mr. Simpson, to tell the latter about hia recovery and what a. wonderful remedy Pills proved to Mr. that time, vras suffering intense'ly with his Kidneys. Gin Pills promptly recommended and the grat- ifying result that both these good friends are well and happy men today. Gin Pills arc a special remedy for three special Bladder and Urinary Troubles. For these, Gia Pills are sold with an absolute guarantee of promp t relief or money refunded. SOc, a box, 6 for Write National Drug Chemical Co. DepLAD Toronto, for free sample. t MONTREAL STOCK MARKETS- -Montreal. June 750 head of butchers' cattle. 300 calves 75 sJifiop and lambs and 028 hogs were offered in the Montreal siock yards i today. Offerings of live slock during the week consisted of 340 cattle. calves, 'J75 sheep and lambs and 1G75 hogs. Prime cattle xvere scarce and brought firm sales bm. the milk men's strippers and lennisti grassors are still declining. Prime beeves sold at 7c to per pound; pretty good animals to common stock per pound; .Milkmen's strippers to per pound. A few large bulls brought to fi l-2c per pound; calves to per pound: sheep about 5c per pound; lambs to each. Good lots of hogs, to per pound. WHEAT MARKETS Winnipeg, June ciosed SO July opened 00, closed OcL opened closed cash close 1 Xor. 2 Nor. 3 Nor.'So rt vcxto y o imi irv f i tUlX 160. At Prince Rupert the appointment of a paid fire chief, and the purchase of a combination hose and chemical auto- mobile is recommended. Business Men' Luncheon from 12 to 1.30 at the lethtaridp Private entrance Ford Street ;