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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ll'lt. TUB LETBBniDos KAILY mamn STARLIGHT THE SQUAW Famous Indian Drama LPlCTURES. r ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. The Biggest Show for Months Barrington, Howard Co. Presenting "A XlflUT IN A GYPSY CAMP" A Spectacular. NovclU, Musical, Singing Dancing Act Miss Mabel Morgan The English Comedienne of Miss Vesla Victoria, Alice' Lloyd, Etc. Feet Beautiful Animated THE FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATBE Doort open 730 Firit curtain p.m. Saturday to.JIr. and Mis Joseph Jackson, nil cet, a sou 1412. Dulterln Could Not Rest at Night. Back Was So Weak. POLICE COURT U police this morning Ge Honk -appeared on a charge oC'assati preferred In- a young-Scotch ha bieed gul, of none too .1 icy, lation. The.cliarge was that Hoi unnecessary foice in ejecting th itjul fiom his house on Fnday imagistiate dismissed the case ns said there was absolutely no evidenc on which to base a tomtuion Th JRirl, Alauehne Vandell wjs oidered t jpt out of the city twentj fou hours f WillUm Busrli n who WMS picl Jed tip m the ol Ll'c C P achlsod to Jjet to AOik on his jnon Weak, lame and aching backs are primary raupp of kidney trouble When the back aches or ketornet weak it is a from kidneys that every- thing ii nqt right with them t f Heed tbe warning cure weak, jinovc one, and tame, bock ami dispose of any iise to go Lo woifc chances of further trouble i ,_ If vou don't do this, senoua complies- i tnns are very apt to arise and the firit RAINBOW AT NIGHT thing vou know >ou will troubled wilb net Record .M. Trouble the On the first sipi of wrong Doan's IMIa should w taken They go to the Seat ol tho trouble and tbe Icidnejs, thereby ilrength' wiing the back Mr. -John ParHale, Man writes have Doan's Kidney Pills and nothing to them I couid not reat at night mv back wai so 1 tried cvar) thine-, but thankful to have found BO vpeedy a cure Doan'e Kidnc> Pills are 50 per box or 3 25 it ill deale-s or raa.Ie-i ilirect on receipt of price by The T Mil- turn Co Limited, Toronto U orde-ini- i sights which we ttilnesged was Hie-bented MI tht1 nort ern sky The full uionu tiom (he south, .IIHI nil at once the I uln began fall ins, 'ioni v (fci j clouds in' the noi'hein skj And a j most instanth fheie W.IB lormed ji.unbow, making .t por'rct hnmt fron lo hul no iclors wer visible, Juat a stieak of light In shape of a rainbow, J This uas certainly a shange sight bnt It witnessed hy I P Nash, a well as the and we are riot li the hahif of seeing things The rainbow occurred al n la pin, ant lasted fur minutes until the clouds hldlthe moon. What's In A Name? _________________ -7 Stephcnt' Pxnt, Tfc II I 11 I J3 00 gal I FOR YOU This Compelilioii Closes July KNh, 1011. Conn- in and look thcSc St-recii from Hammockx from from Screen Windows from doz. Arthur Hayr ASftlONCC. lLawn Mowers, All Sires- SAYS GAS WELLS DO NOT RUN DRY Westihghouse Thinks Natural Product Doesn't Become Permanently Exhausted York, .'-111111; ia.-CJeorge Wiist. Inghouse ,ig.nn lo socmc of iialliml saf tiom a B" well upon Ihc Invii ot Ins home, Soli- luclf, .it I'ltsshlllj! If hib I'liwcta- tioiis nru fullilliid Ire wilj have demon- strated the. accuracy oi his oiiinion that ii.itlii.il gas docs not become pu- inaiii'iiUv exhausted, bill.'only, lem- Jorarily v In other votAi, the wiM niriliaiuis natuic ire consUnth beneath llw sint.ice of the caitli so !hat frcih supplies of this inoilnct arc created after there has. hcen ex- musUoii of the earlier supply Uke a well .of w.iilcr that iipparonU j has gone dn, but lills- up .igain, is Ur. Wcstlnghousc's iilcn of. how llii- urc replenishes supplies of natural Lord K'ejvin confessed he could not explain thts-phrnofnenon of light- pro- 'luci'il Dr.'Hewitt, hut he was su that the tears enine. to his eyes and he said "II llelm- were onlv'liere he would explain .this to Following, the .wide of Hit- mercury vapor lainp add the ex-i fensive nwiof vtlie' carhon points in the arc Unips usedj for illtuninatitiK streets', there arose a (jut'stkur.which gave hoth Mr and. .Ur. llewilt shapes a M'B soul and character 'as quiet t-alhi 1th men things for and ainldst In this ty id moused to think and do (bo cry bent Is. in hint. companion of.some boy, he big brother to him, and have him go to UlK home aftei the la bor of thp. him he is a part of the world, and that one is interested in his I reel bis mind In a wholesome uodrie, diaeftH u tlw tJI fniiindy of lift. one butties sH ordinary 11 rise to A grttt YMCty of diftrfM- inp symptoms, such n dlntrcm Hftvr riimx tnd MUfinc of food, wind in tbe stomnch, Imrttnirn, Nearly tbat mtera A wwk rlvspeptic stomach acU as an irritant. grML dilfteulty of effflctinf ft IOIIK train of diitrewing -hich pentier burden to the nctim be promptly by usu of Burdock Blood B regulates bowels, stimulfttes Bflcretion of the saliva gastric juice to facilitate digaitton, purifies the blood, and tom up iytitem, Mrs Herman Dickeng, B.. j "1 hive usftf Burdock Bkwl i Bitters and find that few medicines can such relief in and etomacb troubles. I wag troubled for a number of years with dyspepaii, and could no until 1 tried Uurdoek Blood I took bottles and heewne c'irwl, and I can now eat anything without it hurting I highly rerwamend it to all who are troubled with ttomach trouble." Manufactured only bj The T. Toronto, Oot. CardBlon's crop dietiict this >ear runs over into the Cochrane ranch, as ,it is the nearest' shipping point! As soon as a railwav is binli to Pin- cher Creek this district will, of course, be cut Theie are great fields of giam to be seen on the Cochrane ranch this to equal them. M. ..Woolf, of Cardston, who had jield of bushels to the acre on.75 acres two years ago, de: Clares if conditions continue good, he will beat that iecord this jear calls itself "the Garden Gitv" and the name is not misapplied Undei migation it has grown ttees todaj faiin and home in the victmlv aie surioiiiided b> well developed trees Small fruit is raised i ml -there is always a gooii 'crop.; of On the irrigated land around Magratlr and Raymond there are signs of caielessness amongst tome farmers 'Ihe fields loolv patchy and unclean, and the crop'tbr.t ahould be meed on such land with water 'bring the grainfi along, does not materialize., faimer Is in the majoi Ity With a good fall of moisture immed- iately tbe Magrath and Raymond dis- tricts will have a banner out it it may .be a case of last year over again, though .Magrnih had an average crop last year, rtis- i hadn't, ary. Spring-Coulee and Cardston districts; don't need to worry- Just yet. BANG AWAY AUAURe English Tory Sheets Per- sist in Criticising His Opinions June Morning "It difficult to un- Txindon, Post says tlerstaml tlmt.for -Uaurier the route niay.nb longer iwuseas the same importance us beiore he had turned to. reciprocity with, the'United States. 'rom the standpoint of American pot cy the imniovement ofj communica- ions with the United Stacee may seem o be a moie Ulgenr mailer Thlfl latest liasco illustrates once .more low.the refusal of Imperial reciprocity weakens (lio motive foi pressing for .IK! the project of economic.LO op- iays_. "Laurier'i diplomitic uncrl ence must indeed be until or he would know the distinction he attempt! to draw Is more imaginary than nal. Should the agreement ever Intc operation the anticipation of Itl negotiations he fully realind tberi be largely increased tween the countrlei." If It wen deemed advliable In Canadian Interwt to stem this newly developed camel of trade repreaentatlona dwbt leib be made by the TorentBut "Ol >he republic which It la cpn celvable could Th last 'S.ituidHj the Bishop Fallen laid the corner stone of a new R. C. church at Pali Court Ant I Ont. Three Aviators Dead Paris; .lunc aviators are ilcad "and suvcra! others seriously' in- jured as ;i result, of the first stage of Ihc Paris .to Londoii. Capt, I'rince- fau was killcfl by tin; explosion of n's motor in innlair. E. Martin's ma- chine crashed, against., a tree ami kill- ed iiim. l.emh'on was 'killed near Ciia- It-au Thierry hy Ihc explosion (if hi.s benzine hurncd him to death. Ilaubcri found in.sun.sitilc in a field near Vallurs (-eterets.. Ilillc's iiiacliirie struck the ground within a mile of the stiuf-.unil he injiirsi. Lordian, Morrison and Morin all fell with their machines- foiit 'were not, .seriously injured. Fifty .aviators started.In the race, hung'tip in pri7.es. Nearly a mil- lion Dcoule'saw the start. AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ON TUESDAY, JUNE 20th AT 1.30 CRABB ST. L. will Favorsd with inttructioni from Mr. D. foi lowing; McKinnon, Dresserti and stands 3 brans mounted iron beds. Sprinns nnd 'mHttreEgeii. 3 cnriMil. sqnaree. j oak couch upholstered iu leather. 2 fancy oak rockers. 5 dinern. Centre t Abies; J otik writing desk. 2 child's rockers. 2 hlKh (.hairs 1 A-foot tHble. 1 book 1 fancy clock. .1' kitchen cupboard 1 wardrobe. 2 toilet 1 pr pwtierrs curtaiiiK, and blinds. 1 6 hole range, high closet and witter front Office cabinet. 1 table. baby carriage 1 Raymond sewfoc machine, drop-head Linoleum. 1 scftles, 240' Ib. 1 Buffalo Robe. 1 rifle Savage make, nearly new. 1 >rfnh towUBf slnrt gnn, nearly