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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta KINO OBOMGB INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION i nirhtl) Fyro-MUilmy npctlacte, TMAT THI .vwHOLar vwonu> woNOarn PMcV' in WINNIRKG. JWiVr t2-W WOMAN'S 'BACK. Woman In wenty. Has a Stone Back. TTfE DATLT HERALD Wednesday, Tomorrow heingv Coronation Day and a public Herald'will not be published. to blama nine umaa i tha propc-ly filtered tons that ought to be cpmcJ off .__ kidneys are sent beck through jystem, and it's hardly to be wondered and'lame backs come to i life miserable. Kidney Pills are 11 specific for 3 Tne> begin by all the poisonous matter from kldncjb, and then heal the delicate -IMS and make their action regular H. Button, Jr., MvCrcary, j ears ago last ig I had a seiere pain in the II of my back When I would nije it us if.my back would.break. My were badly out of order, 1 would to get up three or four during the night I took one boi m Doan's Kidney Pills and they effect3d cure" Doan'a Kidney Pills a're 50 cents pet u or 3 for at all dealers or mailed irect oil receipt of price by the T. llburo Co iamited, Toronto, Ont. If ordering direct specify HOMESTEADER FOUND DEAD (Special.to' the Herald.) Pincher Creek, June 2 SIR WILFRID'S! ELOQUENT TRIBUTE home- steader named Isaac Smyth was found his shack hear Lundbreck on Sunday evening. He appeared to have dead-for. some days. No partic- ulars are to hand regarding the affair. HAIL INSURANCE V 1 4 BODY RECOVERED Woid has liecii received irom oeg thai the bodv of George Bakns, m oi Steve Bakos, of this citv, ho, was drowned at-St. "Boniface, st Sunday, was found this1 morning id is being shipped here Tt will ar on Fnda} morning The funeral ill take place al JO o'clock Satin- tj morning from St Patrick's urcii. J K of P'S FINE DECORATIONS The decorating of the citv is be j completed lapidlj Several busi- blocks have-got-on" their'gala'at- e The Kmghta of Pythias ne to a great deal of trouble in their corations mid'.Have' succeeded in tting a good effect with the K. of colors and the red, white and blue; BANK CLEARINGS rhe bank clearing which takes place took place morning on account of tomorrow Ing a public holiday, amounted to U.349.34 as "compared 'with the week fore which amounted to Increase of This large ireaae is due to one large deal of was put through by 9 of the oanks during the week. LOCAL-BUDGET The Claresholra Turf Association, applying to have its name changed to the Claresholm Park Asso- ciation, Limited. There will be special rates tomor- row on thc'A. R. 1. regular trains and from Lctlilirldgc. Tlie rates for the round trip will be (are and nnc-lliird. PaufAVa'ltcrSj Mounted Po- liceman, and veteran of tlie Crimean and South African is in the ClU, and lull proljahh reside here in liiture I be one of Hie inem- hers of 'tlic "Veterans' Bny.uie in the parade tomorrow, imong tlio nun) Msilors in the cih lor the Coronation cclelir.i- tion tonrorrow, is H. Teimant, cus- toms Coutts Mr Ten- n.mt is'a Veteran of the Crimean war and the Lcthbridge Veterans' Bn gade ,ire making arrangements to have join, them in: the, parade in theSnornii'g .n. V. Gibbon, census commissioner for'this electoral district, informed; the Herald this, morning that in a great many instances the enumerators had already finished their work and their reports aie beginning to pour into the office. Some, however, will not be finished for over week yet but it is expected returns will be in by July 1 About fifty, of the Knights of Col- umhtis of the Lethhrnlge Council, leave this afternoon: on a special car attached io the westbound local to attend the celebration of the Calgary Council o! the K of C 's at Calgan tomonou large attendance of KnlghU from all the West will he in Calgary for the celebra- tion, the number of visitors being placed at live nunnrcd Arrangements been completed lor a special tram Iron? Cardston on Hie, occasion of .the Borden meeting here on faaturdai, June 21 The spec- ial will leave Cardston at 1 p in and the round trip fare from that town will be leave Ralev fare J2.30 leave Spring Coulee, 1.45, fare tl leave Magrath 2 IT, fare tl 50, leave R-ivmond 2 10, laro ID leave Stirling ,1 p m fare SI) Thrilling Reference to th British Principle of Freedom, London, June favorab comment has been evoked by 11 stirring words Wilfrid Laurie it the luncheon the Nation Liberal Club yesterday to the vialtln nroruler. He In.part: Ca ndii I am nccustoinedHo be a membe of the Liberal. It be came my privilege-to be sent here b cotmtiy to lepiesent it at the In peilal Confeience, I was neither Lii era! nor but simply British my.mission wu with my -compatriots of other dorilin ons beyond the seas to endeavor t settle .ihany questions of moment b tions coming to acknowledge tne s" piemacv of the British King and fill filling "in a manner more dramntii perhaps than it was even representet by the mind which .conceived idea, that ot John Bright, of England as the living England, the .living mo ther of living nations. (Cheers.) Tbe. bond which bound them was the Brit ish crown'and British institutions. It waa the principle of freedom for which the British 'crown: had stood through' [he ages which made the British crown so true to the hearts of men Who were not of British ex- traction. Tlie bond which makes men not of British blood, like mjself, Bo tha and Malan, aa enthusiastic Brit ish subjects as men of British blood, is that undei the British crown and oor.Etitlition is alwavE to be found the principle of, freedom cents Arimnc; at Lethbridge at 3 ftf The sperinl uill iravo Lctlilindgc the evening at 11 o'clock LOCAL BUDGET J. S. Reynolds of Cereal has been" appointed a brand reader, W.-'J.'Brotherton, Medicine Iliitj" has'resigned'as an issuer of marriage licenses. T J Simons retumed this morning from a ..business-.trip to Calgary and other points'north. The Endon school district has ;been. empowered to borrow to build and furnish a school house The, Alberta Gazette announces that the capital stock of the Albeita Loan and Investment Co. has been increas ed from to The village at Champion lias been established. William Carmichael has been appointed returning officer for the election of the first council. The S O E quarterh Red Rose meeting will be held m the I O O P hall this evening General business be form a part of the evening's proced nre. Arrangements will also be made for the part the S 0 E.'a take tho parade tomorrow All members of Court Slar.of Letli- nigc, A 0 F arc requested to meet at tlie Oddfellow's Hall at 9.30 a.m tomorrow for the Coronation par- .de. Cod Lmr Oil With the Oil Takei tot Skill Oil from the Hyer of the as a of and restorative for agey. For long time U been the gtoert opinion that the medicine! valup of Oil was t tie "greasy, oily itsel only drawback being: the unpala table, fishy taste or the oil From the first experts have been try ing to find means to make it more pala- table. iisxl to "cut" it with whiskey take it in flavor it with lemon juice anything to get away from that abominable fishy taste and smell. _ Lots of people still iaLc it in Emul- sion form, which is, nothing monV thae ".churned" oil broken but 'still greasy, oily and a strain on the digestion. Doctors used to think it was the oil itself that built up the system they were stow to find out that th'e oil was. a distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- ciples contained in it. Crude. qil is. quite indigestible, and will, in time, put the strongest stomach out of order. A way has now been discovered to dp way with the grease and the smell, and yet retain all the medicinal properties of the liver. This .is done by removing the fresh oil from the new. livers. The liver pulp is then reduced to the, form of on extract like beef extract. Nyal's Cod Liver Compound simply this liver extract combined 'with an ;ract of malt and healing wild cherry. [t also contain5; the true h> pophospliites. This combination makes Cod Lher Compound a delicious tome juilds up the s> stem, and makes you stroug. Take it you feel joursclf losing grip It's a pleasure to take even the children like it Get a bottle .to-day and ward off [iscase. 11.00 for a large bottle. Your njggist ill cheerfully recommend ft :causc he knows all about it. Sold and guaranteed by. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. P- HIGtNBOTHAM A CO. JACKSON A. COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER t( LETHBRIDGE One for THEATRICAL FIRE AT KINDERSLEY Kinclersley, June fire tonight., burnt Gaylord's. livery barn, J W Richardson's bain and four horses in the former, and it was onlj: with the greatest-difficulty that sur- rounding-buildings were saved, owing to the high wind. DflDIIR HE choice Wheat In the milling US1CAL CAT AND FIDDLE" COMING It is few people low that many of rthe Mother Goose ymes, so the nursery, ere not" Britten to amuse e little folks Takp for example, e celebrated and familiar tale, 'he Cat and the Fiddle" It was w'ritten and published to 10 and .will have ample time to discuss the to be' brought befoie him the farmers before the mass meeting to be held in the Curling Rink at S o'clock, the delegation has asked for half an hour only. Mr Borden's whole party will be present Hon. Robert Rogers of Jlanltotm- will join the part; here It is not known yet who besides Mr. Borden will ipeak. RECIPROCITY _ i Come and Hear R. L BO R DEN Leader of tlio (JoiiMjrvalivc J'urty iji (Jiiuuda, during liis iourvof th'c West.' He will address a public meeting in Lethbridge on Saturday June 24, at 8 p.m. in the Curling Rink .Don't miss lliis opportunity Of hearin the rout Gonscn alive RECIPROCITY And other public questions of interest to IV Leading nicmbeis of the Conservative party in Canada will ncuompiuiy Mr. Bordcn and will also deliver addresses. Come early to ensure securing a good seat. The C.P.R. will give a rate of a fare and one-third for the round trip from Purple Springs on the east to Carmangay on the west. A special train will run from Cardston and intermediate points, and will take the peoyle home after the meeting. MR. BORDEN WOULDNT INCREASE PREFERENCE Cold Water Thrown Upon Grain Growers De- mands for Reciprocity and Better Tariff for British Goods Brandon, June 21 The Growers oj Manitoba met R.. den, the-. Conservati. c jcsterday afternoon Gram Bor- Icadcr, Jure, placed iVii on several public njatters 1 c- fore him.The .demands made were al- most identical with thoic picsented to Sir Wilfrid last summer; The matter of rcciprocitj was prc sented bv ,J Scalhon, honorary president of tlic Gram Growers In uncertain terms he demanded reci- ptociti and the tactics of :he Opposition m attempting to force dissolution of the Ionise bciorc the :he agreement is 1 lie Gram Growers, he -said, demanded a .1011 of protectMe la i iff, which is clt to be an injustice and a burden on the inriustrv and the great" body of consumers of t protected commodi ties Thcv are Milling to be taxed .o provide tor Ihe niif tonal expendi jire but protehL against being lav ei! lor the benefii. of [HUatr inter sis The protective tariff breeds and kills competition They ilaun that it is not a deal to the pioducis of their sold n the maiKeis 01 the world uncie j there is free comnetition, and in the home markets, where pncp fuei the price, while the supplies, for the farms are purctiascd in a restrict- ed market, whgre the prices are fixed by a protected tariff 'I hey urge that the British prefer- ence be nicicased to fifty per cent at once, and the on Hntish inside of ten vents press for ihe widest pos- sible measure of reciprocity with the United Stales and regret and wish (o record their disapproval of the tactics employed in parliament to prevent tlie adoption of the agree- ment Mr sair! lie regretted that he could not agree with tlic Grain Gromcrs on thf iccfprocib matter "It the gentlemen of the west were prepared to make nie or said Mr. Borden, "it I would support Hint agreement, 1 would 'not- do it.1 I would not be fit to tic minister, if I said I would, hainig the convictions I have In ot the lafgc'expcn- diturfis be made, hti could an increase of tlie Brit- ish preference mhich would mean a large Joks The resolution, nn Ibr Hudson's Hay railway was presented h> R -I in reply Mr. Ilonlen said fhflt the road should be constructed, owned and Operated by the BOTTIB- mcul tlirough an independent com- mission, without, delay In reply to -the statement ter- minal elevators made hv Petei: Mr Horricn pronrised state control and operation of terminal ele- vators J S Wood spoke regarding the Uuff and R Wilfcon on the chilled meat mtiustrv, with thL lat.- ter 01' "which Mr'. Borden expressed as being u. entire accord The public meeting was held m the West bnrl park, and a large part of ML Bonien'b speech was demoted to the matters of terminal elevators and. the Hudson's .Discuss- ing the tariff, he followed the same lines as ai Winnipeg, and reiterated his promise to establish a tariff com- inssion if returned power The Conservative. is prepared to huilri the Hudson's Hay Ilaihviu in one-fourth 01 the time the Liberal party has taken'to get it started His remarks on reciprocity were Ion? the fcrt-im' linns at. his speech at Winnipeg, his behci that Canadian wheat should be made into floui in Canada instead of going to fhe Mumeapolus mills "PIMPLES" Broke Oat All Over Her Face. ,Pimplai ilmmt entirely, by bad blood, and thert is only one way to get rid ol them, and that b to get ftt neat of Ihe trouble by using s good reliable blood purifying medicine Burdock Blood Bitten has been on the market for 35 inct in one of I he rary best medicines procurable After using It you Kill find that the pfmplei hare disappeared, and you wtl bilve a. beautiful clear complttion. Mrs Robert McXnb, Badjeren, Out, am preally pleased to report (be lienefit I from'the of Burdock Hmd Bittern. ago I m weak and rua dovm 1 eoitld acarcely walk, and pimpta broke out all over my face 1 tried one thing after another, but nothing newned to do me any good I by a friend to try B.B.B.. and before I Kad'nml one bottle 1 felt it WM doing aapfgond no I iwed thrtr and I an new well and and the pimpta nave all diaappeareti." Burdock Blood Bi! ten ;