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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRTDOE DAILY HEKAU) Wednesday, June 14.1011 EVERY WOMAN SHOULD READ THIS LETTER Ripley't Lots of women are suffering PRESIDENT POWELL SAYS RAIN ALMOST GENERAL THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH (Continued from Front Page.) pains in her back that she could not do her" housework. She tells how she .cured herself. YV'ILUAMSDALE EAST; "I cannot refrain from writing you about the benefits I have received from taking GIN PILLS. I suffering'dread- fully with back and have suffered it for twenty years. I tried every- thing, but got no relief, until I bough; GIN PILLS. I have taken six boxes of PILLS and now I have not the .sign of an ache or pain in T :ata' now 48 years of age and feel as well as I ever did in my life. There is that can hold a place with GIN PILLS for curing Priin Izi The Back to which women are MRS. 3l7.ti.AyoK. P. RIPLEY. Try GIX PILLS at our expense." Write for free rainple box. Dealers cell GIN PILLS sit 500 a for refunded if they fail to cure. National Drug and Chemical Co., Uept. Toronto. 55 The original CHn Pills made by Whcn Coloman was reached, the management presented a statement of had been earning very rates of wages, but when you consider that iht-se men, forty in number, won- se- lected by the company, and wlu-n voti .consider the avoracc of all the (Continued from Front Page.) what can be learned the storm gnu-nil from Granum south to the bounciarv, aiid there is n6t the slight- est doubt as to the outcome of the crops in Southern Alberta for this sea-son. Predicts More Rain Sneaking to Chief GiHespic, of the HER HANDS WERE RAW HAD TO WEAR RUBBER GLOVES Cured The lamt A True Saying! employees, us given in the.same state; poiic-c department, this morning, he ment. you will have to conclude that said that in comparison with other a large portion of those employees must be earning very low rates of wages to the average from that of the highest paid minority down to S3.73 per day. The men who earned the high rates at contract work'were highly skilled inincis. and had the most favorable places in the -mines in which to work. They 55 and 50 cents a ton and lit riii! not .matter to. the company whether the tonnage produced by, i these men was accomplished by a few there was good prospect for a great deal of rain this month, lie! has been in this country for a great J manv years and is in a position to j inake an authentic comparison. "Toj tin- best of my recollect ion." he "every spring when there has been; warn? such as we are having i th.is spring, with electrical storms folj the weather; lowne. as a result of conditions there has always been a siiliicien; amount of rain, for any This makes me feel confident a lanse number, except that in the lha' then- will be a repetition of the production by a few nwn the Siimc> conditions during the month of Chemical Co. of Canada Limited. Toronto, are sold only in this box. TENDERS CALLED FOR RAGE TRACK case nj.production by a compensation risks of the company were greatly reduced. Mr. Powell did not want to be quated as saying that ticures lied, but he would sav that liars could Tenders were called for yesterday Coieman statement, and. which June.'' -1. A. Shipiey. a very prosperous farmer from about fifty miles north of here, said that a large number of showers had passed north of Lit- tic Bow river, ami in the vicinity of Carn-anguy. and that- the farmers were greatly pleased and the grain was looking in the best condition pos sible. "Around Turin and Iron Splines statement which was compiicd_ along i crpp bej, jnning to iook thoudi it needed moisture, and'break It Disposes of Property Estimated at Daughter Gets It Washington, June will ot ;XE, OJITE.. Jan. and, 1910 Mrs- Carrie E. Nation, who died at "My wife was troubled for three j Leavcnwurth.- Kas., Friday night, has years with Ecaesia on the hands which; j been Jiled in the probate here. j Thc will is dated in 1007, and 'in it Mrs. Nation declared herself to be a J resident of Washington. The estate is i valued at It consists of houses and lots in Oklahoma, an ac- count of SI.000 in an Alexandria, Va., bank, and a life insurance pol- icy. To the Women's Christian Temper- ance union of the state of Kansas, Mrs. Nation bequeathed her "book of iii-y and all rights thereunder. The will bequeaths the sum of StfO a all Skin Troubles, It is the greatest j from the estate to Mrs. Charl- blood purifying medicine in the world is the onlv remedy made of fruit made her bauds almost useless. The doctor gave her several ointments to use, none of which had any effect. He also advised her to wear rubber gloves (she wore out three I persuaded her, as a last resort, to try Fruit-a-tivcsM. The effect was marvellous. Her hands are now cured. both attribute our present health to "Fruit-a-tives." N. JOT7BERT. Eczema. Rash, Pimples, Itching and Burning Skin are always caused by im- pure to chronic constipation, indigestion or sonic weakness with the kidneys, is a positive-cure for As an example of the unfairness of the course of thc operators, he cited- the, action of, this morning, when the' Frank management brought in a i juices. 50c. a box, 6 for trial size ssc. At all dealers, or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. SUICIDE WAS NOT LETHBRIDGE GIRL the same lines as was that of the Mr. for rhe work to be done on the race at the new lair grounds, plans afli -specifications being furnished by K- E. McArthur, the engineer in charge of thc work. Tenders will be up to -June 23rd. and work be rushed alter the contract is let in order to cet the track in the says shows that these mines; S cannot be. operated under present j pcd and ,vere waiting for conditions. j the rain has just returned from the country, j up from j that these figures should go to the public through thc open proceeding of the board, but anv statement show- very hard, thc land being so Word has been received at the po- >me of the farmers had stop-1 lice station that the Lethbridge girl, a waitress at- the Alexandra Cafe' up to last weckv is not the girl who ended her life by drowning herself in the Bow River at Calgary last Sat- urday. Friends of the girl had letters ton A. McNab, the only child of Mrs. j Nation, the income-to be derived from the houses and lots in Guthrie and Shawnee, Okla. After the death of her daughter, a bouse and three lotv in Guthrie are devised to the Free Methodist church of Oklahoma. After the death of Mrs. McNab her children arc to receive the sum of S500 each. The remainder of the estate is to be given to the Carrie Nation home for j drunkards' wives and widows at i Kansas City, Kas., and for a home for children 12 vears old and under. Arc You Building? When selecting you? paper for your house, be careful. You will benefit by. using good paper. THAT'S JUBILEEI PEERLESS -v alio good paper. We will be pleased to mail on re- quest. only, supplied. Merrick- Anderson Co, Makers. le inc; profits in operations were care-j w-licat test possible condition for the fair suppressed. races. The material for fillinc in the track raising, it two feet will This one-si-cjfd method of procedure] had compelled the mine workers to .tft taken from the oval inside the emphatically .object to the. statement j course, thus lerelling it off and mak- j ot- nj0rnmg, presented to show' The'course itself about six inches thai the wages'paid here were so the oval. This should high tnaj. thc mine not contin- rr.fike a line course from which to ue io opcratc, being made public, and view the races as the horses will be already it was beinc stated, on the visible from every point about the, street" that the miners were opposed coirrsp. j m open sessions. The work of building the horse.; This position was' forced upon the slails ciid cattle and sheen pens'will in consequence of the absolute be erected by day labor, and as much iy unfair tactics adopted by the op- St-ubhs. These buildings will c-rators, in withhoiding statements be erccten by day labor, and which might counterbalance the state of .the material from the old fair! n-etsts already given out. as possible will be used.' Mr. Powell, wanted it distinctly un- At their present rate ai procrf-s dersSnort that his side to the contro- Hotscn and 'Leader expect to finish versv had at all times insisted upon vcrJc" pn the -ruin exhibition building r The fullest publicity of all proceed- r. -I. in m mm came Spring Coulee with a sample o: win- inches long, and it is j an excellent sample. This rain will POLICE COURT And it. is known for certain u, nH r k I from her this morning, and Chief j why the Calgary orofessional base- Gillespie has dropped the al- [ball team returned home from their i though he says that from information i disastrous eastern trip fo.ur pegs down i furnished -him there were rr00dithe ladder' ,The the croD. mascot just berore the champs depart- i A. E. Dupen, of the new Barnes 1 Ior.believmS thar in Lethbridge large as NX) PURE DRINKING and runs but the magjscrate way contaminated, and should not be decided that he had better so back used as drinkin water -without riltra- "ness, The Duke of Cotuiaught, ada's_ next Governor-General. will j the contentions of the operators. sad Quebec on the Empress ofj Sharp practices may be all Britahi on' 'October fith, arriving in j enough for lawyers, who have to re- Quebec probaWy on October 12. This sort TO such methods, but he thought is three1 v.-ecKs later than had been; that in a case of this kind thc originally planned. The government public was one of the most interested trill arrange a fitting reception for j parties, such conduct should be con- His Highness on his arrival at the j rienineri in no uncertain language, by .capital- i the presfe and all people who were de- I siro-.is of having: British fair play ad- Forcst have ravaged around here to in this case. 'Shelburntv N.S., and 13 houses were j j The cause of this state of xffairs, At the bye-election yesterday for j he said, was due great.increase the purpose of electing a school trus- J of population of the Dominion during tee for the unexpired term of the late rhe last ten years. Geo. H. Johnston, R. P. Wallace, clerk j of the Supreme Court, was elected over bis opponent, Robert Ximmons, by a majority of 105. The total vote polled was net large, only iSl voters turning out. to the polls, but at that j it was larger than many people ev- j pected as there was very little inter- i est taken in the election. i The vote was as follows: Wallace Nimmons City 137 23 [North Lethbridge 6 15 World News Fresh From The Ticker The Toronto -Methodist Conference to his job with the Calgary club. Ask- ed as to where he had come from Albert said that he had been living at Carmangay but had come to Leth- bridge as he had heard that they wanted soldiers here to go to Calgary and he had come down to join. The chief said that he was sorry but the! soldiers were all gone and he was too late. Albert thought this was hard luck as he believed he would i make a good soldier, arid wanted to go to Calgary as he had heard that jthe 'jinx' had his ball team in the dumps. "Why did you leave the ball i boys, he was asked. "Well. I wasn't exactly fired; I was just sacked." "'Well you had better go back to Calgary because the boys Keep The Place Warm This boiler does it economi- cally and well. It is built for eoft coal and is easily adaptabla to wood. It is so constructed that the water absorbs all an atom goet up chimney unless you the Air- ect draft. The flues are large and easily reached through the doors on front of boiler near top. Tbt boiler is built in gections. passed very strong resolutions con- ;UP there need pretty bad." So 143 OS Majority for Wallace, 105. .Mr. Wallace's term does not expire until December, 1912. demning the Ne Temere Decree. By a vote of 120 to 9 the Saskatche- wan Methodist conference endorsed the proposed .basis of church union. Hon. R. Lemieux addressed a meet- ing in Laval county, Quebec, yester- with smiling face Albert trudged off just as happy as if he were a million- aire fleecing the lambs on Wall -i I OVl CC.'L. A drunk was let off with the usual and advised to go back to the farm and forget about it. Und can be increased at any time by the addition of one or more sections. This means no alteratJ in what is already installed, if you enlarge your building.You C4in secure this boiler for either hot water or steam. It Is very simple to operate. It will last for years-withouc: any ei-: pense for repairs One of these Heating Systems can be installed. j-t at a very reasonable figure. Let us send Limited: you information on this system. Send .Please s.ena in the co.upon now. We are the largest me information on supply house in the West for your heating systems. fine Plumbing Supplies. Name Metals, Limited Calgary anci Edmonton A ddress, The new Vancouver directory gives EXPLOSION IN A at Gunnine; Cove. St. Catharines has voted the Cana- Geo. Charics has been fined and de-jdiaTi Yale Tv.-jne Co., Si acres of i made in bylaws. The per capita K. OF P. REDUCE PER CAPITA TAX i il a population of Claresbolm, June the Grand Dn K a of Lodge of the Knights of Pythias to- day several important changes were Barbadoes legislature, says that ar- DISTILLERY ROOM .Albany, N. y., June man rangemems are well 'under way for j !s :dead' one is missinS and sis others REV. MR. MCMILLAN HONOR ED BY BISHOP The bishop of. Calgary has made the following appointments, viz.: Rev. W. V. MoMillen, B.A., rector of St. Cyprian's, honor- 'ary canon of St. Peter, vacant b'y the removal from the diocese of Rev. R, A. Robinson; Rev. W. H. Mowat, M. A.T head of the archbishops, Southern Alberta Mission, honorary canon of St. John, vacant by r.he removal from the diocese of Rev. G. C- d'Gasum, M. A.; Rev. Arthur-.1. B. Dewdney, one of the bishop's'chaplains and an ported from Niagara Falls, for "second- time within a month. the: land, free water, and a fixed assess- was reduced to one dollar; the former i nver.t. hiSh figure killing the weaker lodges. between Canada and the m a serious condition as the result j honorary worker, honorary canon of j of an explosion in the distilling room i St. George, a new canonry created to emi-Steel Fire-Pot-Not Gray Iron reciprocity West Indies. Rev. j. R. Millar of Nanaimd. B-.C.. has been appointed professor of pas- j toral theology of the Presbyterian AI- 1 bena College. 1 Robert the millionaire news- paper manufacturer, was assaulted A FIRE-POT of should to V fcfltt of ftinm. The tnAterta] for a 'gray SunahlDfl im Stmi- StftL Now, avoiding technical terms, ffrajr irou what may W "opea" Through thcte "open" pores the destructive sulphur attack the iron, and kastn dislntepraUon- On the other hand. Semi- Steel is a close-trained ma- of the Albany chemical works Van Renselaer Island .this afternoon. Fire immediately followed the explo- sion and destroyed the greater part the plant, causing a loss estimated at and threatened the plants Arthur Johns." a lawyer, "whose j United- Standard and Texas Oil gallons of oil and terial, with a amooth-aa-fflua surface which practically or up the pores- Seml- easily repels the attacks of gas fumes and thus greatly prolongs the of the flre- "AsStmi-Stttl futight tt pfr ctnl. ktovier than tht tamt ritt and fatter A in iron. It u therefore better to tndurt tremendous heat. Is made by an tschsive McClary process. YOU can eoly get a Serai-Steel fire-pot with a McCJary furnace. Tna.t Is one strong reason why yow should the Sunshine Installed in your home. Our agent in your locality? will tell you many other reasons. Ask him, Remember. the Sunshine is guaranteed, the largest of furnaces In British Empire, to beat your home to your entire 45 wife claims a part of the Hoe estate, i It is stated that the shipbuilding are stored, company headed by S5r Henry Pellatt will get the contract for buildin? five (ENTERTAINMENT if not all of the vessels of the Canad- j ian navy. They will be built at'Syd- ney. N. S. FOR DELEGATES commemorate, toe coronation of His Majesty King !G'eorge "V. and his gra- cious consort Queen Mary, and in recognition of the increase this, year in the number, of clergy, working in the diocese.. frightful famines." It ig' believed tjhat by scientific engineering the river Hwui, which causes the greatest dam- age through overflowing, can 'be con- trolled. The Canadian Immigration agent at Winnipeg says that negro immigra- tion to the west will be discouraged. You Take'No Bisk Our Reputation and Money are Back of This-Offer. We pay for all the medicine used during the trial, if-our-remedy fails to completely relieve you of -constipa- tion. We take all the risk.- -You-are not obligated to us in any -way what- ever, if you accept our offer. anything be more fair for you Is there any reason why you should hes- test? The most scientific, common-sense TO HELP CHINESE PREVENT FLOODS Washington, D.C., June Davjg Jameson, an expert engineer, once head of the engineering At the conclusion of the regular pes- ?f has been se- sion of the Associated of Hon7 Frank Oliver addressed a T. t Trade on Thursday, the v._....._ meeting at Winnipeg last evening. gateg tQ thg wil] be enter. jin preventing the: great periodical in- Higinbotham Dr. M. Clark M.P. for Red Deer, and T. C. Norris. Liberal leader in the province, also spoke. treatment is Rexall Orderlies, are eaten like candy. They are very pronounced, gentle' and pleasant in and particularly agreeable in every way. They do not cause diar- rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping or any inconvenience Orderlies are good for. children, aged and delicate persons. We urge you to try Rexall Order- lies at our risk. Two sizes, lOc and 25c. Remember, you can get Rexall 1 i J V -Tl 1 A J J VIA lec.ed by the-Red Cros3 to proceed to Remedies in this community only at China to aiii the Chinese government our Rexall Store. J. D. Co., Ltd., special during the afternoon by the Board. A sight seeing ,T. is being arranged in which the Harry Kicks, ex-reeve of Colborne be taken thro h ana chief witness for the defence in !agricultural district surrounding the city in automobiles, and afterward, a picnic will be held at the experimental undatlons" which have resulted'in (agents MSClary's 'London, Toronto, Montreal. "Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, X.B.. Hamilton, Calgary. by STAFFORD-AGNEVV CO., Lethbridge the ?Jatthews murder trial, has been arrested for perjury. The C. X. R. will spend in the West, this year. Mrs. H. Von Graevenitz of Vancou- ver has the honor of being the first, woman to cross the Bitter Creek gla- cier. Harry Sheppard, a, section man, was killed at. Arden, Man. President snd Mrs. Taft will cele- brate the twenty-fifth anniversary "of their wedding on June 19. -More than 3000 invitations have been issued. Flossie WTiitiriore of Kingston, Ont aped 1.6. attempted suicide because some one told her a falae story of her intended 'being already married. The U. S. Senate by fi4 to 24 voted to amend the constitution to provide senator fry direct popute voU. farm or at the. home of D. J. Whit- ney. London, Ont, June In an heroic attempt to save his brother. Warren, suffo- cated in a well twenty-five feet deep, Elias Hickg went to his own death near, Lam- beth this morning. Both were suffocated. Sure Silent These Are Three Features of Royal George Matches The 3fost Perfect 'Strike Anywhere''Hatches White and Blue Tips. For Sale Everywhere. Always Everywhere in Canada Ask For EDDY'S MATCHES ;