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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1011. TMK LDIHKItllri.K DAILY f I J n, v Hudson s Bay Lo. s r Spirit Dept. ALL BOTllED BEERS AND TABLE WATERS Now Kept On The Best Of Condition Prompt Delivery to All of City Prices Same as at Brewery, Phone 613 HUDSON'S BAY STORES Are Yonr Kidneys Working Properly? I ll Will Pay You Will to Make Tare's been a lot of "guessing" about fheuajrtlism and rheumatic pains gcrter- you can be, dead sure that.little your back conic from de- creaaid kidney action TUf kidnev's duty is to filler the blood out the impurities collected by the Returning blood it just likeVSbsorbent cotton in o funnel filters the impurities from polluted water the arc not working you bound fot one of and Bnght's Disease or Rhcuma and Sciatica.. The for- is usually fatal, and the latter you need not have eithw, as they both can be easily pre vented _ TW very atTJnd fjeytjfi outfits w'Nyal's otppc Pool prouod It "patfint" medicine, tutia scwntiitej piTscriipion compMtid of Stonrroot, Juttper and pffler remedies had glad relief from its use. TttEre's nothing quite so miserable as the results of sick kidneys trifling with jour future you neglect so simple a precaution 13 home treatment with Nyal'a Root 'Compound when results are WARM DISCUSSION OVER WOMEN'S, CLUB AFFAIRS Board, of Tradp Talked But Did Little Busines, Iron Works' Proposition-Finances i. in Satisfactory Condition-Off to Sundial, June 27th .Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA.DRUG BQOK CO j, o HIGINBOTHAM A "co. JACK6ON A COPE W P J ALEXANDER "LETH8R1DOE CIHCUS. COMING NEXT MONTH The Sells Floto circus will arrive here on July 15 The parade will bo given at ten on j tile morning of the performance r t Twenty cars haye been added to the chow since It was Tiere this time last J ear, which, course, means that much more will for tbe mon'-i ey than before The .tent' will be capable of holding ppop'le, so each one as of being comfortably 'Warn new and! arigjnal acts 'have been added to regnhir ones, which are part and circus 4 complete programme will be puhlish- ecf in these a later date' There was a small attendance, littl business but a great deal of. talkin; at the monthly p the.-.'Bbard of Trade' last in St and Jlrs ,f icond presidents, p Ps Culcjplub, jtaused Mrs first and the Woi longest djff most In seemed earnest while the majority..-.enloyei the fun. Tlio board decided to en doise the prouoaltion made Siher of the Lethbridge Iron "Works Limited, regarding year contract to supply certain sup to the city and enabling the firm th'C iporteo1 pi Some discussion arose as to the dutlei "ot tbt publlcit) and indnstrMr from which nothing definite came The last matter of importance was a discussion of the finances of the boarc from which the' members present got a good Idea of how the Financial af fairs of tho'iboard were progressing Next Get Acquainted.Trip The first order of business-was-the admission. members but_there oB o e cy an enang to double, iti ptJnt and pa; roll s reported in We AEROPLANE' RECORD Chalons, France, June Compel ing Tn the preliminaries bere today B ennett aila t tion rice, H covered lill ometrei, at approxi: i kilometres, i an hour, beat-l Ing pra'tkutt aeroplane record first-class pftss- -Jioat JorUhe.Ontario A Quebec at Celliiigwo launched public -property tlie press and arrangements Ijav- ing beeiumade to maiie third "get acquainted" tilp to Sundial on June 27 to attend a big picnic there and usit the "works of Alberta Co at Lake McGregor Presi dent Hatch reported that ol Ha'il as ready for work and assum hlgdutleg jesterday morning Hs hai already got several iBiKisfrial en terprinw In-low Proposition ,ThP letter from Mr SlUer which had been referred to tile lull board bi the council was then taken up C F In moving that the be gent to the'cit) rmtncil with the endorsation of the board an committee of be appointed to attend a meeting of the! city council to urge the council to accept the pro- position U it appeared talr and reason- able to them, said that it was a rery important matter in lew of the cam palgn the board nrpnecutlng lo get new Indintries IIeri-.lt a chance, lie sald_ to. assist an industrv that is already established and Dai' never asked any- financial assistance In the- capital or H doi Just as much good to (clty to double an Induitry. wtabllah a> to bring In a l( the company la preparejl supply tbe ill tkf goodness of'prime "beef, It greatly to. the niifrNion nf any ghcs thf rich flaW bfief. Uw It for gravies 'city with material for Its waterwork and other work, at a cost not exceed ing per cent, above what the cit is now. paying for these things, th offer should be accepted The resu more farjreachlng than any oneVa'd any Idea' The firm ky doub plant could do much mor for places I? t Duty of Publlc'Bodies H: W. Church .in seconding the reso lution said that the "buy at home movement applies tp buving- from home "inanufacturiri concerns as much as'liuying-from th retail dealers. the city council-and the school boar should their duty to buy a home just-as-it is .the duty of th private individual H, Ej ton expressed that ing industries are the best attraction for other industries': to. come efts, Works were already undertaking large extensions and i they nere enabled to still farther tend the. plant by getting the business fiom the city, thay would be able to command business from a much larg er area city nould get the of enlarged pij roll, bu publicity the receive through the'Vn Barged! busmess' of the scompany' ?The B 'A CiinningliSim and John Horpe were appointed, the committee.- The Star Event Then came the debate of the aven S A letter read was signed by 'Jlrs J -A SiUer as first rice president of the Women's CiTic Ulub, and the seannd president; asking that the execu five of the Dnard o! T-.de meet with ie-executn e of tbe Club and espoc lally" reqiiested that Messrs Hatch Manwaring, Cunningham and Downer lit'end Mr Com beare opined that it would be well to let the'ladies run Heir oun and not interfere in nny and moved that thn letter be til ed- This as seconded by K D John! son D II Elton had a different opin- on inasmuch as the Board of Trade had alreadj recognised tne club by letter written by the president to the club which was read and acted ipon at the last meeting held by the Jub He renewed the different meet ngs held b} the club and maintained the business had been done mder the direction of the board The had already done much good work In Ihe buy at home campaign 1'ne board had recognized the dull now the executive ask that On- board, staj b} them when trouble IB He did not think It fair for the not to do "3! Irregular Procedurt In reply Mr Conybrare held .that he letter did not come from the'club ut from a small faction -tftbr. large meeting of Mr Elton had there were only In enty four who Igned as members, although three nore hart paid their admission fee. A large.number of club up and are doing good anil are capable of handl- ing their own affairs The fight that U on one for constitu- tional rlfkti .Thirteen of the original twenty-four members were elected to and constitution provided "that regular mett- Irii skoald be on certain dates meeting the flrit rice preil dent Ranted the regular meeting'post- mdrtinltel} biit the jnajtorltj of the not unt Tbei the vice prMtKilt PuhlUkml V notice and the power of tii mem b'em of the club executive and he con- that the laiiiuit made their on- Jly mlsUke 'fn acting 'on It Biit act lug on the advice of tho letter, the election of the ofliceis made at tho previous mooting wan ratified. If the meeting was Illegal, at.tlio first vku president alleges, she IB not now In that been asked to attend the meftlDii-.ibut had Ignored the letters far'as to pub -liajt a notice asking the wonien not to attend the meeting, The organisation now has lour members jnd vice president havi- not got'more than ten. behind The whole trouble arises 'from the fact that the erealdcnt Is away and the 'ice .ywldenti uill not attend the meetings. Recognized by Preaident Mr Elton then got President Hatch into the debate by asking him If he had not.-advised.'Mrs. Silver 'to take the course she had The president, amid: the laughter of the "members, said that wlien Mrs Slhei tame to him, he ,had said- that the board had troubles of and before' he could advise another how to clean house, he felt'that he 'should get his own'.cleaned. first. He had -been-pre- sent at the meeting uhcn the club was organlzed-under'the tutoring of Mr Dobbin and be presumed they had completed, their 'organisation, and he felt it incumbent on him to recognise the and he thought be had'made no mistake.in dolng.so. Mr Cony-beare and Mi Elton then gotVlnto aa.'argument as to the law and procedure, of the meetings held the club The discussion warm at times, Mr. Conybeare holding :bat the.procedure had been, illegal. B A Cunningham wanted to know f thmga had oome to such a i pass :hat could not be settled, )ut no couid g'Ve the desired In ormatloin1' W SH '.Johnson" tMJjS that the wtiolfc dlacussibn as order ait 'thff'btfa.rafhad no Information that -he been written under in- structibuij .toy resolution of.-the execu- Jve of the'club, or tlons toicotnoilii', Some figuring' wan done to the amount of expenditure It found, that us far en'iieudlture would be quite within Iho revenue In Mr Slio's question as to had been com- pleted, Miv that there wljo wore lined up -Hbsc'rlhp and theli contilbu-j tlons wotiM.amount to between flOO and a month. There was trouble tho niuucy and ap- parently the people wore BiitlBflc-d with the work the hoard was doing. Mort_ Trips Contemplated Mr. Cunningham intimated that Crartbrook '-wanted the board to so as far. west as their town when making their, get trip along the Urow, and :Mr. .Downer said that Ma- grath and -Cardslon- wanted a visit also. After th.e 'meeting adjourned a meet- Ing of the council was .hold and It was decided. to' have' the commissioner's office In tbe Board of Trade ibullding, and to buy. hlm.a desk. Those present atr the board meeting me 0 M Hatch, J L Wanxaring, J D H Bltou, II W Chruch, W. H. Dobbin, McKenzie. J. F. Johnson, F. W. Dow- ner, L. Cascaden, A. Raf- "E. Sehl, H Johnson, .R Slyc B L Cope, O D Austin, E Peck, E Hagel, R Nimmona, Xltcble, J W E. A. .Cuririirigham, H. A. Me Kiliop.JJ Macbeth, R V Gibbons, A V Gibbons, T D KeUn and C P P Conshearc. MAGIC BAJCIN G KtPP TITBIT8 Mr Hartsman's son, from Dakota, hag been'hown slatting with his fath r for couple of hat rtvjii -t m any wa> Robt th.it all the'raem" bers were old enough to.know that it was 'best to.leave tbe ladies alone "Are you ready for. the question1" _ 7 W Bayrten !3V jiatji the_nnes- nlease nofheitr-tt-" Secretary Manwar ng then read the letter again and he vote was taken which resulted in be letter being ordered filed, Mr El to'rr opposing and'' a number not vet- ig Thanks Ekpreaied Mr Cunningham 'reported- concern- ng the convention of the Associated IJoards of Trade; of Western Canada nd- Mr. moved -that .the banks of the board :be tendered the owns i islted on the recent get ac tiainted trip, and to Messrs Whlt- iey and Fairfield and those who pro- ided the autos-for'their assistance ntertaining the delegates-to the con? lition antl Mr Sick for his ntertainmcnt ot the get acquainted irarty. i It was decided'to invite .the Great ails businessmen to visit the citj, nd to set a date ulv, i, being thought that It would e difficult to entertain them properly liilg the fair was on; v Discussion Finances R Slje ibroughj uo the matter of nances, by asking how'the siihscrip- on list to the publicity fund was com- g along In absence of the chair an of.the finance committee, G.-R. inning, the secretary reported that onnting the of and hat they would contribute by. giving ollar for dollar for >what the board aised.over- the Aboard would I15.-172, the subscription :ing foi a month Alcead> near S5.000 was snerit.and the Tjoard.was bout en w ith the Tune subscrlp-: The farmers .around, here all have The rain which we hail on Thursday evening done such a lot of good to. the grain, Mr. Watson was a visitor in the city oh "-Monday. it 'being such a grand day on Tues some- of our ladles .took the.opportunity of going out calling on tbetr frieads, and did not re evening Jjst as the rain was pouring Ita hardest Howeverf v, e see jand are pleased., to say they worse Jor their sudden Remember the grand concert at on Friday night. A. good time All turn out BruckettfWas a visitor in city on Wednesdaj A On your way, call at the French res- taurant for.an afternoon lunch. Messrs., McNabb are now. at J. Wright's plowing duite a }oung to i bottom In the evening tfiey had a great game of baseball Every- one reported having a good time. HILL COMING TO PINCHER CREEK First Report Confirmed by G. N. R. Officials at Spokane Pincher Creek, June r; silljation licrc has got into an- other mix-up, bill the residents ol tlili commumtv are used to that sort of thing The trouble has been brought about, Iron) a misconception b) outsiders ol the geography of Alberta, for no one un- derstanding it would confuse routes of-the Alberta .Central with tho.'Al- berta Pacific railwajs It is casj to comprehend the attitude o[ J J Hill denying the puichase oi the Alberta Central, for the territory traversed h) that road docs not lead to the objective point he has m view, and until tuch time as he makes i btatemci't containing a denial o( the Albcita Pacific being purchased, tho HOLBROOKS GENUINE WORCE3TOt9MUt SAUCE one dub of U tbe whole tecret Imported Absolutely! NEWS FROM MS George Boer has been hauling for S Brockhouse, who is shipping carload to New Dayton Although it us getting somwtat drr for hreatung; the different outfits. pooplcsof Pincher continue'arc still ljusj, grrat tracts ol broken J5 i jgoodiwort'" to live in "f jgoodiwort'" comes authority" Dumber, fromnhis weJf'm'aBc J} Jffll's'jpffices in attendance> at the Spokane lastiwecK' regarding railroad tion ol a vrancb U Spokane lastjwecK' regarding railroajj operations m the Canadian "ami the icplj was made that the Great Northern people would be doing busi- nessTat Pincher C'rcen within lour weeks John Mays of Toronto, is to ap- pear in Gait pn charges of trving to regain his boy fror-i a Beverley town- ship farmer, who had been given cus- tody of the child by the Children's Aid Society PINCHER CREEK CELEBRATION Pincher Creek, June 16 Coro- nation Day celebration tfti-be held .here'. Thursday promises to eclipse any previnui enj ever held nJP'lncher Creek An extra good 'pro- gram of sports and horse races been arranged for by the, committee In charge i t The Lundbreck hunters are.the' lat- est to organiye a big- game association At a meeting hehTtherc recentl; all tbe necessary officers were appointed for what in future will be as the Lundbreck Big Game and Fish Protective 'Association. tion of of >tte U Milk Rivet secured Oeo C'ountr) man was elect- president, Robt Burr, dent, and lu Rouw, secretary, ft new organuation Ira Tlouse and family Jochem's Sunda} evening. TJle Misses'DaiJf Oiecno and Alice." Gillls, and Messrs. Clevc Dye, and Ralph Snapp, were guests 1-rcd Heard ami family ing 'Jf Thp annual picnic of school will be held coulee on Mr Haffner's laity IB the at Tp 2-H on .lull 'l are" cot- dially touted, Sir Wilfrid Laurier nai been aaVed ,o open Michigan State Fair'at troitjm September. ROBIN HDOD to R.OBIN G. A. Delany Phone 452 Hill Block 4th Ave. I THIS WAY FOR CHOICE MEATS Fresh, Sanitary, Tempting Complete Line Of Cooked Meats M. S ;