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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 14, IglS THE l.ETlIBimfflE DAILY 1TEUALD WILT WITH ffltt mm ws1 SOMETHING IN REBUTTAL.OF MR. WHITNEY'S CRITICISM? OF TREE. PLANTING Until "Frvlt-l-iives" I Her WOMAN SICK FDORTEENWRS Rwtored to by E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. O.NT., NoVENpaaJjIii. "l was" martyr to Hay Tever for probaWy I suffered terribly at times. I commlted physicians and tcok their and I tried every remedy 1 heard of and ibis remedy cured me completely. I .f- Edilor c{ The. am not In charge of tbo I'arks acd Boulevards UO-K, I Etill take a great deal of Inter- est In them, and If you will allow me, 1 should Uie a srnnll spice In order, to to "Signs of gence." which appeared. In- 'your sue of Juno 0. There Is a mistaken idea regards _ the coltonwood .trees they j did last year. In tho. first place the city gate me an. order for a number of trees, HtWio Le. ft-a height and to be nurterj- ever, when J received them, 1 at onoo tbat they to sample sent, and a proportion were I not nursery liat had been duR out of some 5U amp. 1 wired refusing to accept this stock, but the flra re- plied that they would adjust later. Now, after considerable writing oa my part, I eventually got t'Jenl to con- sent to a reduction of 'nearly, one thousand dollars, ou account of-the tries not being what they should have been as regards condition, size, etc. This firm admitted to me later'that they were cot up to trade, and a pro- ij-ortioa were not nursery Brown, as new well, ordered. We paid forlbe Hilni trcei, thalYwer'e ig out suckers, we did uu.. j.., u Both Svipt. Ftlrfleld and A. Mitchell agrwd wllb mfc that Elibart, suite-red for f c-iir- teen jeftrs from organic inflammation, 'finale weakness, and im'jjulari- The pAino'.i'X my sides were in- creased by walking or standing on my Feet and i bad such awful bearing down feriings, wts de- PKKcd in BPWt3 and became thiawJ pale with dull, heavy I the were .in bid and Hardly, worth planting; bat'I did the 1 ooMlbiv could with them, aud! forms' duldfuldixist MRS. HP.NRY KEMP. At" dealer, tor from Frult-a-tives beit I poHlbly coold with U-tra, Ottawa. the City Solicitor -will o-jl the above, statement is (o whether it Is Now after mlug the city nearly OE thmiund dollars (nearly lal I jet hurt in a hiniway ac- cident, and get i fractured anile (the city doctor being we get an- other doctor, whose bill'of the city refused to this Is a encouragement tor's nau to jive hit MEMBERS OF .DREDGING COM- (0 PANY CAUGHT IN SWIRL I hi'l six doc- tors from I rtxriv o.i'y rary relief. decided to give Lydja E. finVham's Vegetable Compound ft fair trial and also the Sanative Wash. Ihave r.ow used the remedies for" four months tnd cannot express my thanks foe what they have done for me. "If these lines will be of any benefit voa tave my permission to publish them." SADIE WILLUHS, 455 James Street, Elkhsrt, Indiana. I.ydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com- from native rootserxlherbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being tha most successful remedy for female ill a we know of, thousands of voluntary testimonials oa file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, II ass. v seem to prove this fact If jroH have Hie slightest doubt that ilia H. PinVlmiii's .1 k. i i and held lu itrictconttdeuce. ING WAT.ERS .OF THE SASKATCHEWAN Eom'qnton1, June isl 10 me eiiy., The Board of Trade wrote for m> opinion as regards the trees dying (In September, 1 and I explained the facts to them. tmt'I have reason jto believe that this letter was never to published, lor tie benefit of.lhe citi- in the waters' 61 the Sasistc..- (lcc cwan'near Fraser'a mill, was tha fate which-' orertoot.; Hohert .Gilkbsoi-, aged 35 and Charles..5lay, aged 30, when 'was overturned shortly More noon." The' men, vho pailncr's in'.th'c.' Mitchell Dredg- ing company, which_fs engaged In get- ting out gravel from .the start- ed across" the' rivet' horn the south tide in was (ho third man- lJ bpat.Fjle himself-.by swi.nimi'iig.J 'The- others could not- r 'in ofdcrrtpTprotwE' them, iai-tbelr trip across the s'trfaru.'whlch is very swilt at: a.tope'was.at- tached" to tho boat; the uafqr- tunatc men >vctp.a. little over half- way-acr.053 'dcnly brolie and too boat wna over- turned; throwing botn men into_ the Vater, They came to tho, surface and-thtfi aank. Their hoJiea have-not vot' been recovered. A large force'61 men is'i.ow watching the river' at'-n 'point -beloV where the ac- cident in the hope that the boiies may come jq the syriacc. Neither of Ihe'.vlctlica of the' acci- ind-so far as can he In'the city.- 7 As regards tbo street trees, it Is im possible to grow them to get them to take. Jiold "qt'soil unte they are stated- for a .period. When we first planted trees on the boule- vards we let go without stakes for n time, but we to" stake them, a the wind blew some one way an I c been for the Ust two years cripple with Jlutcular and Inflamaiatory Khanulism. 1 tried al mobl eve ry thin g ko n to medical I science to relieve me of the intense pain and .1 inflamniation. I sought change Kentucky mi. olhrr Soutliefl.i rclitf. Your'lnaiWB'f in thi; city rtcoruuitniied f OJS riW3 1 tove since .mUm-mwriiKd.; of RWuUlssi itirl KiJosr ,Ji..i is Q. RHID. I Miitenlj. anil laflaoimatiry RlieumatiMn, Lumbago, ill from weak, inaellvi: or dlKMcd hfTt little chance agvlnal GIN The curmliie (u slhtte pilh straight to tht root of (allure of tldneys lo Ikf Wobd fret Irow tba ImotlnnUrit Acid wlifch h cotitWl yWng formed in tne GIN .PILW help the Kldocjf to pertapi Wi lunctiem properly, and the tratftof tfoablei L Lelhbridge- -will'' be. the. meetin place for Alberta liremen'on July J and From'-.Edmonton bouj Pincher Creek to Medicine Ifire chiefs with picked inen fro: their Brigades will he present to a tend tne annual convention of tho Pr inciil Fireman's Association .of -A erla and the tournament wblch'is n cciated with It. Last year the tournament was he n Pincher Creek. Usthbrldfe sent itrong delegation under Chief Hard and besides winning a nice percental of the silver at the tournament, "ca ried away tbe nest convention for tl city. The held annually, t convention next'month being tile .III h since tbe organization of the associa- tion. The tournament Is the most excit- ing part of the meet at theso events. The prowess of the firemen from the various city and town "departments lias ample scope at these tournaments. Already Pincher Creek, 'Jledlcino Hat. lied Calgary, Carmaogay and Macleoil have Bjgni- Hod their Intention of sending dele- gates to tt.0 convention, and teams to nipctc'at the tournament. Other wns and cities are also espECt'ed to he'ar'd'from "shortly, so that toe IS-wuriioni.i-iit-v.ill be rr.ore holly ntestcd than tiny in the past. The orthern "volunteer brigade" have aite names for 'themselves _ r isl. Lacombo and lied Deer hate ach carried off tho championship onore in tbe past, antl e'n- nlea on the fireman's spoil field, 'here Is also'keen rivalry' tic paid aiid volunteer brigades which makes for'closo contests; Tlio list ol evonla in tho tournament ccludo Iho following-, champldnshlp reel face and dry tesl, wet test, oso.and ladder race, coupling con- It'dder climbing contest, ladder cam race, iiovclty race, running rfc- J." Splendid prizes are being arrang- ed for encti ovenl. Cblof llartllo has tho local trahilns hard for every evont NEAL ure is not a sobering Pto- eu but a sound thorough treatment llra'lnatlng all trace's of nlcoliolic no on .from the system and remoUng a I ra'vi'ng and Jesire for strong drink fbtn the periodical, habitual ncr- ous drinker. H .pokes no differ- hc'e how conlinr.cil tbe habit or how many other treatments have been -led the SEAL treatment will do itfc Qu'.ckls thoroughly in every Neal Urus Treatment takes from ten dais to three weeks, net nlormation from us about it. -'Write for "A Little Journej to The Seal Institute" by Elbert Hubbard. [he1 book U CARGO EDMONTON Vj; VALUED AT NEAL INSTITUTE 820 Thirtcer.lr, Avenue'West, Calgary Phone VK525 J.une live foxes were shipped from Edmon- ton last night'ld Tru'ro; S. S. The an. ImalB are of' the black1, silver black, and red cross are valued at They were shipped east by V. M. of tho-Western Haw Fur Co. and'will'be s'olcTby an In the east. was paid to loy a trapper from Loon Rher dis- trict north of WsbMfow who arrived. In the-city yesterday, for seven'black and silver'black fox only nine weeks old.' ,'JC buck ii'OWrtttS do not help you. i txw, 6 (or IJ.'O. fm U Co. o( Naliona HIS MAJESTY APPROVES THE PEOPLE CALLING JUDGES "HON. MR. JUSTICE" Otlwa, Out June 13-Tho bccre- tary ol slate lor the colonies has notlfirJ ll.e Doinlnloa goxfinmcnt llmt the King -has been pleased to approve Hie use and recofrnilicn His Majesty's dominions during tcmirc ot office ol the tillc ol "llouoiabic" in the case ol the chic' justices and judges of tlic sntral nualifcd courts who may recede Ihs Majcslj's permission to bear it retirement. >n ,.i'.V-. by _.C-5Jv B'uildW has'bien J.. _B... another' a Copy- of, the." Latest Financjlf-; i iflTlie Cansdlini HbmeV t -J .you. Canadian Hpifte OMITED Old Rtliable" Head'ofSce: Pacific Second Floor, VANCOUVER, B. C.' 1 Thirty Branches in Canada LETHBRIDBE BLOCK -Mrs. Out. June 13 Grace'Deemer, charged Tvith havin poisone'd her'hUEband at Drumbo, o March waslfuflhor remanded b> Police Magistrate .A. S. Hall today until Wednesday Vest. W. T, McMul Icn, K.C, who is -Mrs. Ileemer's coull scl, believes in the Innocence of nir client- "There are; courfoffi clals jho "ato'wedded to tho suldd theory..' The fact Is acknowledged to bo tru lhat qecmcr and Ws wife loved (ac other. Jos. ed oa charge oi ttabblng TMp- l> In fight Urlmley, slipped His band from bis handcuffs and, a revolver, ihot dead Dopuly Button Alfred of Sault St'c. Mario, who" ,ol Mm. Impose jmjfgur IS NAMING THEM INDIVIDUALS POSS' T1MK 10 llEVOTB XI1NISTATION 01-' 1 FEW OH H'AVK THE 10NOM1CAL AD- .TIK.SPKCtAIXY The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Public and Offltl.l Judicl.l plrtrict CAUOMW, .WETA8KIWIN 220 Avenus H, A. Mswird, C. F. I'. CONVnEAUE, K C.. 1'rcE.ldenU. j M 'AITKBN 'Esn, vice-president, t DIRECTORS: John Home H.'.W.'obufch, Esq. Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.P. W S Ball ks, m.'W.S-aalbrai.l, jf..D. O.'H. Bsq. Win. Smith, Esq. The Administration oi matter .hich 1110 than those of the estnte c attention than tho Ir-dlvldual, In Sllton to Alch the admlnUtralion of on a purely footing where there are no questions 01 con fllctlng Interests.; __ _ -V- t The British Canadian tniits 1 Home LethbrliHn, Conybetre Block ;