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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tune: E .DAILY HERALD Page J-.1 Thai's (he oiilj Kind MC sell If we can please particular people we can please those less critical. Our plaster lias been made to suit tlio most exacting requirements. It's the best you can buy A TRIAL CONVINCE YOU Farmers7 Lumber Co.Ltd- Operating Yards in Southern Alberta) See our big sign ".THE LETIIBKIBGE LUMBER YARD" The yard where all.the material is under.cover NEWS FROM RAYMOND (Other Raymond NeWi on Page 1 PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy. your Wall Papers from 'the. Revlo Co., it's -the answer. SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED PROMPTLY' 'The Revlo Co. Painters and.Decorators 1260 3rd Avenue Bad Weather plays havoc with your clothes why care about that? We can remedy any damage which your clothing may sustain, and at small cost. No need to buy new garments wlien'Oiir modern cleaning antl pressing methods niakc them look and wear like new Left Us demonstrate this to you. The Crown Cleaners Wesley ChuVcli, Phone 474 C BANK CASHIER .-TROUBLE i.ChtCugo 111 Time Vlehjn C former assistant cisluei of the Elgin Isntional of. arrested home rend brought 'to '.Chicago by: federal. officers on the charge of omhezzelment and misappropriation' ol" the funds of the bank. A VILLIAN IN GALT PARK: DR.' SPARLING'S CONDITION AVinnipeg lune 1 Dr Spar lint, ho as seized hemoi r I liafe tlje bialn on morn ing, is -reported to have spent a rest ful jenerdaj list night Although unconscious a great pait o" the time he enjoierl "inter views of short duration .and conve s ed uith his leiatnes ind me-di cal attendants. After Years of Suffering. Tells How Her Health Regained. Waurika; Okla. "I had female trou- bles for seven years, was all run down, and ao nervous I could not do any- thing.' The doctors treated me for dif- ferent tilings but did me no good. I got so bad .that :X, could not sleep day or To the Editor of'the Herald: Is that there is some person who Is not in favor pf beautifying Gait Park for on going there this morning I! found twenty-eight boxes of young plants that had been walk, ed-over deliberately by some one, evidently not'r in sympathy with our work, I think it Is heedless to add that; work-.of-growing, these seed entails a great amount of work, and this is the way some people help us Yours truly, J.'H. -MITCHELL, Supt of Parks n this condition .read' of Finkhnm's EVERY KEEPER IS SUMMONED TO APPEAR IN POLICE COURT ON .LIQUOR TO MINORS- In .order to get" to the bottom the charges made 'during the 'past few days to the effect that liquor is being sold to minors in 'the. restricted dis trict, Chief GHlespie has summonei Keeper" of a house in the -Ais trict, to appear before H. Bentley, ,J, P., at the police court, on Mondaj morning." Prominent, men about the city who have made assertions that boys' are found frequenting the rec light district, are also being summon ed as evidence for the prosecution and in case convictions are secured the offenders will be given the limit of the .laV. Tho present ersj has result od in Stirling up the old sore abo i Its use and wrote you for special advice In a short time I had regained my health and am now strong well. SALLIE STEVENS, R.F.D., No. 2, Comanche, Okla. Another Woman Uec overs, Newton, N H For five years I suf- fered from female weakness and drag- ging down pains Ljdii E Pinkham a Vegetable Compound has restored Vegetable Com-1 Qgatlon and the chlef declares pound. began lthlt lf the on Monda> sucli as to Tefleet on the control of the district toy the police department, the women the underworld will be scattered from the district now recog nied as the red light section. the pains are Mrs ,F A PEA8LEE, R T D Box 88 I s your is A difficult one, doctors having done you no good do not continue to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable.' Compound a trial. It surely has remedied many cases of female ills, such as inflammation, ul displacements, tumors, irregu- larities, periodip'patan, and it rany be exactly what you need. THREATEN TO STRIKE Hdvre. June seamen at the ports, of Marseilles and telegraphed yesterday to the syndi- cate here that they will go out on strike 1C the governnvsnl. traiisfuis a crew from warships to the La Pro- .WINNIPEG LAD DROWNED June Hoyd, aged drowned this while bathing hr the Red River. He was tmablo to "swim and .perished If yon irwt special advice write lo I he rilppad off a plank on which Lynn, Medicine Co. (conH Ywr letter will was floating, whore the, wnter was eep. Two. 'companions, who were Ha ynn, Mk wr opened, read and answered by n j wiin him were -unable to ren-aer us- Ik strict coaMeace. nnymond's orchestra has he a very popular organization. T people of Cardston Jlncl it to th advantage to pay the Cardntbn 'p'i ers the same price as ihoy get he and In addition their expenses ,fro tho southern town. They havo no mado arrange1 in en IB for a series engagements during tlie flumuior. 'effort was have the''bat turn out on Wednesday afternoon b when. She timo got .the ,ho togothu It was found Mint tome them wore playing hall, and othe 'were out of town, and It "was Impo slhlc to make, up the hand. It h been suggested by some of the moi bers tlmt we should have hand mus In connection with our regular ha holiday'each week, and it Is earnes hoped that, the suggestion will 1 taken up hy theiboys and-carried 01: I G, of; weeds -this district. -'u ne'wspapi man the other day that thete'-'wer still a great-.mihib.er of weeds in th section 'of thtf country, notwithe-tan ing the vigorous campaign which 1 and the provincial 'weed branch" ha been prosecuting [cr the past mont He Is at; present "endeavoring lo hav the people eradicate the pest, aud the) fail to move as directed by th officials, their places will be cleane up-arid the charges rendered again Mr. Alfred pointed out tha this was a matter in-which every clt Interested and, although th department was not at all anxloil to make trouble for'anyone, the weec ust go. Raj mend g post office is now uated in the new building bctwee King Bros, store and the Oddfellow liall. The building presents a S] did appearance. It Is "much" large tlmn the old office, and very muc more 'sanitary Acting Postmaste Selmau informed'the Herald yeate; day that were nov tome thiit boxes to let It ma> not be know to mmj that poet office employee are under ;to sort mai after .7 o'clock in the evening. Pos unstei "ivtag however has made ai nn go incuts his assistants ti stay in the ofllrfe-'at night-till everj 'thing is sorted so that box holder will get their mail at night inatca cf having to .-wait-for the .next-morn ing 1 his- is convenience, important business letters b-a answered for the hiaiMn.therinprn ing. As a mark of appreciation >.fo this additional service voluntarily en to the people of Raymond, hoxe should be leased by the citizens Th" bind of gjpsies 1 had ah encampment at Raymond thi 'folded their tents like th Arabs and silently stole'away." Thesi people it is said a large- rancl in the of High and In erj m Lne and laige holdings in the vicinity o Braiil.1 They bought Quite a numb e of horses in the district and inclden talh cleaied up a Ittile pile of Those who have visited the encamp .menl-sat that the} shucl a nomadic band that could shov i big bills as Rajmond usiton of this ;Week. Something should: ho done in Ray mond in the of prodding bettei room' ami board accommodations fp; girls and joung men etnplojed in the town.. Two young-ladies: this week receiving the highest salan of an girls who work in Raymond came to their emplojers and told them tha they would e to gh e up their positions because could not suitable rooming aud board accommo dations. This Is a regrpttablp thing and one which should be Investigated in the Hoaid of Trade or one of the other official bodies. Raymond sugar beets pro greased so veil this season that tho> .re- now ready for thinning'and the j-ips Tie busiU at work Compared nitu last the beets aie fai In advance of was giown in the district, and the Sugir Co is i, optimistic that this will be one of the best seasons for beet, growing thit they have ever had, Mrs. Chas. McCarty, Mrs. William Redd Sr.. and Mrs. J. F. Anderson were visitors to .Stirling, on.. Thurs day, representing the Kelipf Socletj of the Taylor Stake. A conference held at the "Junction Town" .In which the visiting ladies addressed the local organisation. Miss McCarty entertained yester- day afternoon at a Kensington, after which a dainty luncheon-was-.served. Miss McGarly's guests were the sew- ing club, and there were D H Kinsey, Mrs. AV.-S. RouHO.-Mrs. Vndersou Jr., Mrs. O.'H. Alias .lira Redd, the Misses 3avid Powelson. Miss Mirnlda-Allen to entertain the se'wing club i-er home next Wednesday At the afternoon service In the sec- ond ward chapel last. Sunday a choir of thirty voices furnished the music; This ia a most marvellous feat on the mrt of the good people of tlie vard. as it bus only been In exist- ence about two weeks. The choir blended splendidly, and Acting Lead- er Walker is to be congratulated on he excellence of tlhjlr music. Something should be done, by the council to- provide a. nuiform for the own marahall, Mr. Harris. Tho ap jearance of such nn al- enhanced by blue acrgc and buttons, and it would seem thatj iaymond's oiilef of police should bs, attired In a regular uniform as well us COULD NOT MOVE MHOUT A CRUTCH Cured in two months by Gin Pills "Fdr two years, I wns an invalid, incapably'of work any kind. Tor sixteen' mouths, I was unable to move treated by our best doctors as well as ta k- i.n.ff .treatment from a Specialist in Chi- cago I did not improve ind had about jjncn up hope Jecvcr bfenigweli again when a friend advised' me PILLS. I did and with a two months' treatment, was a well man again. I still use a bor or two'of GIN PII.LS a just as. a' preventative and am enabled to go fishing and shooting in the spring and fall, and lie out on the ground at night; -without anyinconve- nicncc AL1X W STEVENSON SDC. a box, 6 for vSample frer if you write National Co. of Canada, Limited; Dept. AD. Toronto. BLOOD AND wonders with pale, thin, people. Buildupthe whole syslcxi sec. a box. 104 the other police .-officers in the south countr> The Raymond symphony orchestra upplied the music at the ball given Oddfellows -hail Wednesday light Thp orchestra: is mailing quite i name for-'ltself in '.the western :he last issue of-the Cardston Globe containing .a--T-ary; flattering write-up of- the local artisis. Another official bulletin of the com- missioner of the Associated 'Boards of rVade 'of has been by the secretary of th-a local maril. The bulletin deals 'with'ttif com enlion hlch ia o be held-at Calgary on the 2Sth'arid 9th of this month-, and urges that epresentativ-es' be -'sent from other Boards of announces also hat the additional- mail service' on IIP Crow a Nest branch of the C P R has also been Inaugurated It OQ thit the .application foi space or. South Alberta in' the High Com- nissioneVs L England-.-! could iot be allotted aUUhe to the hniite'd space "he commissioner-'has -been busy in its to :secure a land.title; mce-fcr urges hat nil data which cm possiblj a githered from inj source which vould the establishment of his office should be sent to him -of Norman -Meirltt, in the Red Deoi dibtrlct i few months ago It is understood, thit tho got trium frt has decUed not to jnter fere nith'' Ihe sentence 10 ceived 'a renort from .Dr. Dawecn, cuperin tendon t of the Asylum for Insane at Ponoka, us to ,the man's sanity. Dr. "Dawscm was aeKed by the Minister or Justice 'to report 'on Carlson's sanity, a plea having been j made that he was weak-minded, and probably committed tho deed while mentally deranged, under strong pro- vocation. Dr. DawEon visited the pri aoner, and reported to Ottawa that Carlson is sane The Henid might add thit its elusive report on the doctor's findini is officially verified, despite officla denials SAVED FROM YEARS OF MISERY BY f Another Miracle Performed In Toronto Bf These Wonderful Tablets, Made Of Fruit Juices And Valuable Tonics. Another Proof That "Fruit-a-tives" Is The Most. Scientific Remedy In The World For All Kidney Troubles. "Frtiit-a-livcs" has never demonstrated more clearly its powers to the lidneis iid cure ill Kidney Troubles and Rheumatism than in this case of Prof. Davis. It simply goes to show, that you should try "1'ruil-a-lhes" if other remedies have failcdi Prof Davis is. well known in the United States and Europe, having received many diplomas and certificates from foreign societies. It is Ijt mtunl thai; he iiould exercise due caution in nuking any statement to ,hc public The fict tint he is willing to have- his letter to _thf Fruit a mcs Companj appear in the papers, shous his conridcncc in the merits 6t "Fruit a HCS" and hi gratitude at being cured Read Prof Davis' letter. ORGANIZATION: OF LABOR IN CANADA- SUFFEREDJHREE YEArfS Till Dr, Indian Root ourod his Ktdnty Troublt are few diseases that cause ictite lufTenng than Kidney Trouble, and Mr F of Sudbury Ont. s one of those who know it. He writes 'Foe over years I suffertd from Jdney disease First I thought I had vpralflod my back, for suddenly the pain would catch the small of my back, and it would be impossible for me to straighten nysdf up for several minutes A dull CJM the Lidneys wai pres- ent, my urme was thick and cloudy, and C it caused a burning, Trted trediemes but they failed _ advised to try Dr. Morte'i loduin loot u they bad cured my-wife 'on before. A few boxes affected i I now enjoy thi bta- of good health, which ii dn tt tbli rtntdy." Don't neglect kidney too as well as too painful That Id, rehable family remedy, Dr Morse's odian Root Pills, has cured thousands nd wfflcure you. It4is.ecjually effectiTe Q cnrinv conc'ipabon aixJ its ttteodmit mK bibousnen, mdijestioo ud lick iwUches, in pitrifinf tW bUod. 2iC ft boa at yottr H> Well Fed Men Vre Thosp pali'on- us noon meals, MM u'tl and lib no Om menus are alh.u Ine Ihe New York Cafe 5th H., IM Xorthof Theatre The Department, of Labor -at Otta wa has issued a'special report on; this subject, tho general nature of which is set forth, in the opening sentences of the "The aim 'of the present It plained is to j resent in concise ant convenient form a' statement showing the details of laboi organbation in Cairada, The subject Is-one -that has not perhaps in the past received the attention it has merited. The extent j and variety of interests 'concerned and the elaborate system of organ izafion which arc little realized by the'public in'-gen eral, and are not closely-appreciated in all' probability, by many of -those who are themselves sometimes, par ticlpating in the here indicatc-i fomiallj In facts aud figures Ihe information presented will be of par ticulan value to employers and em ploj ees of ill classes but mil ilso be-of il-aep interest circles Libor orsanizatlon is attrictmg a cldeer attention than perhaps at am previous time whethei in Can ada ,or elsewhere. Associated with the tjuestlon. of labor organization! groftipg sometimes in fict out of it are some aspects of'those! industrial pioblems which aie becoming more and moie of research on the part of publicists journalists and all students of affairs. .The one-mat ter. bears closely ou tlie other, and the facts which have been have as. sembled will he. it is believed, of ma- teual from this point of It is not intended that this record should, be considered as in any way either ;an advocacy or a condemnation of trades unionism. An effort made simplj to "tate 'reeij auJ cleai ly the ficts gathered and -thus to show as prrcisplv as the limits of an official publication will p-ermit the gen eral situation in Canada today. The.report Is of necessity but includes a .general statement ns to methods of organiza- tion. As the report shows, the rela tious as to labor organization between the United States.and Canada are closely interwoven, arid the statistics printed include sufficient information bearing on this international aspect subject to permit a comprehen- sive view of the 'whole. Bneflj it riav be stated thit there are 1741 local unions-in Canada, of which 1531 are international in char- acter and the remainder are associat- ed with central bodies having no affil- iation .outside the Dominion. Onlarlp bulks, largely in trade unionism, claiming 700 local unions out of 1741 in Canada. -British Columbia comes lecond with 234 local unions, and Quebec is third with 205. Tbs other divide Ihe honors as tol lows: Alberta 163, Nova Scotia 138, Manitoba 118, Saskatchewan -84, New Brunswick 73, Prince Edward Island 7. These figures as to provinces, in- clude all local unions whether, inter- national or otherwise; in Prlnc-3 Ed- ward Island there are respectively threo international and four national bodies. The special strength of ionism is necessarily in the larger cillen and the four largest cities in Canada .comprise" between them nhout one-fifth unions, propor- tioned as follows: Toronto real 9ti Winnipeg 7it Other cities ranfc in; number as fol- Hamilton 48, Ottawa 4V. Que- bec 42, Victoria 42, Calgary -10, don "35. Edmonton 33. St. Thomas KWt Wllllnm as, I-ethbrUIge liS, 1'ort Arthur 27. Mnlifnx w. Moose Jaw 21, Saskatoon 2f. St. John It. Is In- to note in these figures tlio prorininenco taken by western cities inrt ho'n- far'in some cases they have, relatively speaking, outstripped the PROF J. P CAVis f 563 CHURCH ST DECEMBER zgth. 1911. v ant to saj to the people of Toronto and that is mj onl> medicine, ind lias for the pa four Previous (o that 1 was much troubled with Rheu-mnsm and Kidney Disease, andJiad taken many remedies as well as hot application of salt bags etc without getting satisfactory n.sul-s lt Noticing (he ertisements of "I and >our suggestion of ea ing picnt) of fruit, P idoptfd thi treitmcnt altogether and, M my friends I mm, I am and ha e been since taking cnjovmg the best of health, and find if pleasure to follou m) vocation ofDancipg and Dcpomncnt Instructor You mj approval and au honty for publishing thi PROF J. F. DAVIS. Mam of the leading citizens of sond, substinrial, n ell-known people m their respective cities gla h testified to die fcreat benefits the) received b> taking "fruit-a-tnes'' arc glad to be well and do not hcsifite to say -o in public print t If >ou are sufFentig as Prof did, do a he die1, and tale This wonderful frur medicine will cure you. 5oc a'hox, 6 for )0, trial siz-, At all dealer or trnt on receipt of pritc rrtiit-a-tne Ottawa older eastern cftiee in labc-r organiza- tion. Tho total estimated memUerEhip in lanada tride unions is 139 the itinndian international.1.roll .reaching 5, the renmindcr helpngipg to. purelv Canadian; unions Of the lat .01 class the nieni bers hip is no doubt actualh these figures m dicate but precise1 i0norj.> not been Tha Jnte.nationH bodies tiiow a total hip' ia Cnnadi- and the United- States of 2 340 Sbo nemhars comprised in unions v it- are will Jj'e )eied ti considerable jilnpruj ot Blades org-inizationB In the, States v, itfiout iiranchog in Canada .he membership of in od States will Increase the :total "'con- siderably. The total union ''member- ship In the United States ig placed at 2625000 for a hat grenter strength than in lanada having regiid to the respect ve, populations The repoit includes an'intOteWmg statement of the totals pt trade un'or mernbaisHip as to leading countries of Europp and Including Canada and the United re- anectn eh the figui es boing is foi ows: Austria 40050' 14 Belgium 1 8 Denmark Hance German Empire Hungary t Itafj f _ Sweden Swlizeiland United Kingdom United State" Ctnada Cxinada it 131, 583 Ifi725t> 1 4 3 4.1 27 45.'4 lels iifghlj uriouiaed fhan many Eiiropean countries Germany has tha, largest -.union -'membership, exceeding even thftifigures of the United States, with its' greiter population, but Grea't Brlt- tbe hlg'icatj percentage of unions to populatidri, "Denmark being thiid and the United States "jounli report also as a trade union duectorv, including as it does Ihe dud addresses of secretar les for of all Canadian trades ;orsaiiizations. WOMAN ELECTED TO DIET Vienna, Juno in Aii'tna to win a provincial diet election is FrairVyk who has been elected to the-Bohemian diet at Jungbunzlau. It is doubtful if the Bohemian constitution will allow her to fake her seat. JT IS AVORTII ITS COST T-l) YOU In increased vigor and strength, in. In- creased power to produce, to earn, to en- Jo> foi BOVRIL fs acknowledged lo 1m known producer of human energy BOVRIL BEEf ;