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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 14. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. tHf RMAN, Phone 646. Friday-Saturday, June 16th-17th Boyle Woolfolk the Real Musical Comedy "A WINNING MISS" With Mix Bloom, And 50 others, including the raoet'beautiful chorus that ever toured the West. Seats on sale at Box Office.. Tuesday, June 13th. Washingt Screaming Comedy NO MORE INSOMNIA, IMMEDI- ATE RELIEF CERTAIN If your dealer does not keep them, we will mail you a box (18 pow- ders) on receipt of 25 cents. J. L. MATHIEU, Proprietors, Sherbrooke, P, Q. REaPROUTY BILL GETS TO SENATE Washington, June reciproc- ity agreement was reported to the Senate by the finance committee to- day without any recommendation whatever. The: Senate settled down to a long and bitter discussion of the pact. Senator McCureber and Lafol- Jette submitted ..reports outlining their individual views against reci- procity, while Senators Williams. Stnne and Kern with favorable views 'did the samp thing. Senators Curtis and McCumber will open the debate tomorrow with op position speeches. Senator G.orc an- nounced that the vote in committee 7 to 7. IMPERIAL DEFENCE London, June Yorkshire Post says: "No official report is ex- pected of the findings of the Imperial Conference in regard to Imperial de- fence. It is likely that Premier As- cjuith will make a statement in the MACLEOD NEWS Fire in Parish Meetings Macleod, June 13. On Saturday morning about half past two, the fire brigade; called out to extinguish a. fire which had started in the Savoy Restaurant. I'p to this time a strong wiml had been blowing, but when the lire started the wind seemed to drop suddenly or perhaps the results would have been worse, as the Savoy Cafe is 'icar the Kmpire. Hotel and in very thickly built part of the town. As it was the fire brigade made quick work of the which had gained quite a start. The fire did not do very- much damage and Proprietor Fair- weather expects to have the cafe ready for business ..again-'about the last of this week. A Chinese cook lighting thr gasoline stove when some of the oil leaked onto the floor and caught lire. Not' knowing any- better the Cook threw water on it to put, it out, thereby driving the fire into the cellar, where it was allowed to a good start before it was noticed. The new Parish Hall in connection with the English church here was formally opened nn Friday last with the .One concert which ersded up with a dance. Jhe new building stands near the. church and is'quite large For its purpose. The building Will be used for all church functions, etc., and it is the intention of the manager-rat to rent it to outside parties f.ir as a moving picture theatre arid like at a small rental KU.TV. A. H.f the newly appointed manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, arrived in town jn day nnd has taken charge of this branch. Mr. Allen was forracily man- ager at Revelstoke, but has been in California, for the past six months on leave of absence, Howard Adderley, of Revelstoke, House of Commons at this 'Confer" !5uis Arrived to manage the P. Burns Jence. It is reported that he pledged -vleat Market here in 'place of R. J. Dufj'v. who has been transferred to the Conference to perfect secrecy re- jgarding 'Canada's attitude, as inter- preted, Wilfrid Laurier. Pre- 'sumably each; national 'crisis' will fte considered by, the Canadian parlia- on its merits before deciding for or against Canadian military port." Her Fact and Body Utterly Cowed With "BCMLS." Burdock Blood BitUrs Cured Them. POUNDED CITY FOREMAN Winnipeg, .Tune T. Dick- ]fcon, a city foreman, was pounded into bsenslWlity yesterday afternoon by two Galicians, who were later arrest- pd by Constable Lovatt, after a wild Jshase through some of the city's rnost Crowded thoroughfares. Mrs. John H. King, Johnston, H.B. summer I was very muc] troubled with boils, and. my face anc body were literally covered with them A friead advised me to take Burdock Blood Bitters. I got three bottles, anc before I had taken all the-first one my boils began to go away. I had just taken few out of the last one whan they all disappeared; My husband has also used Burdock Blood Bittera with much benefit." f, Boils in themselves are not a danger oua trouble, but still, at the same time" we very painful. They are caused en' tirely by bad blood, and to get rid of them it is necessary to put the blood in good condition, and for this purpose there is nothing to equal .that old and tried remedy. Burdock Blood Manufactured only by The T. Milburp Co.. Limited, Toronto, Out. i who has been transferred Cranbrook'- Miss Jennie McC'rea, of Pincher Creek, cuirne rftnvn Sunday and will remain in Macleod for two weeks. lion. Frank Oliver will speak in the town hall here next Monday night June .iyth. R. L. Borden will also address a meeting here on June 24th. It is expected that there will be a large representation of out of town residents at both meetings as the sub ject of both will be reciprocity. At tiw'latter meejing rumored that Per Packet PLAN TO RUIN TAH'SFUTURE Washington, Taft'is likely make the most vital" decision in his June to be called upon to .IT" J.J.1 JJ.j.3 nearly all of the farmers unions in {political career before the present ses- this part of the district will send !sion is over. it became known today delegations to Macleod to -find out j that the real purpose of the insur- Mr. Kozden's views on this question gents of the Senate is a plan to aid and ask hin' several questions Democrats to pass the Under-. he will be expected to answer. jwood wool -bill and to force a situation alarming increase of the cigarette ha- Mrs. A. F. G-radv entertained Children in New York Infatuated by It New York, is an the President'which they hope young people on resil't in his elimination in the afternoon tc a tennis tournament and iuext Presideutial race. no se- bit among the boys and girls of the New York public schools, according to Dr. John D. Quackenbos today. Par -arden party On their pretty lawn that Stfnator LaFolette and the and a very enjoyable time was had' radjcal of lhe insurgent repub- jents Qave brought their children to The tournament was started earlv in. l1Cans that if the re-....... the afternoon and with a short" in- to sig71 the Democratic wool bill for supper, which was Jo" e ectf? On the other hand, should the oresi- servcd on the lawn, lasted till dark, k p es ;hc being very close ng. Alex. Gallic has been in Calgary for (keystone of the protective "Y r "i ;he past week on business and re-jhis chance of the, it Were slaves to I T j-wJ A _" i. -n.-. T______- -r _ iilbura Co., Limited, Ont. If oKieruur ''JOnM'.." i'been man home- arrests have! L CONCENTRATED emonade Is the real thing. A Pure Lemon product It hat the delicious flaw of the fresh ripe fruit m aoid. t Each bottle makes half a gallon of delicioui glasses for ISc. AT ALL GROCERS AMP PRUGCrlSTS j i WHOLESALE nelly, Watton 4 Browiv ;