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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta t 'Kahu'day, June THE LETUBliinGE DAILY HERALD .SUFFERED ttf FROM DYSPEPSIA f raft-i-ltes" Uiits WwdirM Cm N.C. STIRLING. GTKNCOF, ONT, Ang ijth 1911. "Somuch has .been said and written i'rmUi thai ilimght stem imnccqssar) formctoadduij experience Hut r'lil a lives" nerc so beneficial ionic when I suffered with distressing pyspepcia, that; I feel'called upon to inform you of the remarkable and still's factory results I have had; froill using them, Dyspepsia and Indigestion as everyone knous, can give jou more uncomfort- able hours ,uul daj s than most common complaints "I am. glad ,10. be able to say to yon that although in the past I suiTei-ccl 'excruciatingagony with Dyspepsia, I am 'MOW in perfect health "lTruit-B-lives" accomplished the desired result and I have to thank them ior my very favorable and satisfactory of health" N c S1IRLING Why tion't you try 5oc a box, 6 for 50, trial size, 250 At all dealers or sent on receipt by FruH-a-tives limited, Ottawa. BABE NEGLECTED BYTS MOTHER PURPLE SPRINGS HAS BIG DAY Celebration Drew Crowd From All Over the Distric Program of Sports During the Afternoon and Evening Purple Alta., -Iuric; tlic. committee deciding to accept tin What was probably one of I lie entries, although made so lute in the Best celebrations held 'on Uiu day. One the lady riders was al Crow's N'rsl lincMvns held at this most thrown from her horse In tlit, point yesterday when n crowd of pony race, .but finally managc'd'- to people tnrneil out i to wit-, quiet tbe animal. When the horse- ue'ss '.the big fk'ld day program at the racing was finished the Purple new racetrack.and.hall grounds south Springs -and -Mow .Island teams- -nn- of. the railway, .and .in .suiie.of tnc gagQil on tbe dtanioiid, lAirpli! oppressive lieat almost all remained winning the purse by A score oi 8-H. until tin closi of tlit, piogram Hie evening matcli as hanih OVPI t'ost is diuiounuiig the celebratioft when UIHUSMOII .nose over th6 in the various towns men Is of two dottcrs owned h> Kd along t.iie !ine and the different school McDonald, of Grassy Lake, and V, districts north and south of the Wilds, of Taber, ending in a harness mlvvav and hefou tbe rjte for a good stake winch of vliL celebration it known that bv McDonald Ul Ibe i large crowd might he expected. The nounccd and more were carried out uronnds committee increased their or- as arranged and the crowd remained for refreshments on -this account about the grounds, till dark, when jut when tbe afternoon arnud it proceedings were adjourned to Mllli was found that the stock of supplies' gan's hall, where a large crowd in- was entirely inadequate, to the de-'dulged in dancing until daybreak, numi-, made upon li, mi wine driving in from 'laber after possible to suppK the of ill dark 1 he How Island orchestra the crowd, almost evcrj tiling eatable i rouded the nniiic Hit dance bung Lor drinkable, being disposed of' long held under tiie auspices of tbe I'ur- Lefore of the program. pie Springs baseball club. CJatc re- fjp to middav onlj a few liad ar- teipU were 7o, and tne refresh rived oa-tbe scene, but when the ment stand took in but as lad- time set for the "foot-racing ies and children, ball playors and rived enough of tiic adjacent papula- those on the subscription list were lion was present to proceed admitted receipts' are the events. When the afternoon west-., no indication of the crowd. The cele- bound .passenger arrived tbp How Isl-. bra lion was honored by the presence LEFT MONTHS OLD CHILD ALONE WHILE SHE WENT TO 1 PICNIC i t Cincinnati, Tuna One of the jnpst. peculiar cases that' has f the attention of the police dis St. and 4th e. Phone 1501 nhilo a large number JIamman, 'Mitchell, 1' A Sim- er comejances, riiove in fiom north, south and tast in-' the course of the afternoon; Tbe eastbound' passenger brought in a nuijiber fipm 'l.iber to witness tbe porformance for rooms couki not be supplied It is likeiv that hotel accoinundation be provided sborilv bv f R gan, owner of tbe townsite, as it is becoming a pressing CUT. HIS THROAT Gee Kirkland, of All Healev, aged >G> ended his life by cutting Ins throat. SEVEN YEARS OF MISERY How Mrs. Bethunc was Re- to Health by Lydia E Vegeta- ble Compound. Sikeston, Mo "For seven years I puffered everything J was m bed for four or five days at a I time every month, arid fo weak I could hardly iralk. I crampe, bfteknche and headache, and I was w nervoiiB and weak .that I dreaded to see anyone or have anyone move in the room The doc- gave me medi- c'fnc to eue me at Hhose times, and said that I ought to an operations -I would not listen to and when a friend of my husband's Hold him about'Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- 1 ttablc Compound and what it had done for his wife, I was wilting to take it "Now J look the picture of health and feet like it, too I can do all my own house iwork, work in the garden and entertain company nml enjoy them, and can walk far as any ordinary any day "in Af week. I wish I could talk to every jufftrinf woman and girl, and tell them what LydiavE Pinkham's Vtfetabfo Compound has done for i UEMA BETHUNE, SikeitonN Mo. Reigcmbttr, the remedy which did this Was Lydin E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound It hu helped thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcerntion, tUmorv; irrog- ularitiaH, periodic backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nerv ous prMtratim, of ter all other meani luive failed. Why don't you try it? STARTING WORK ON GREAT AQUEDUCT TO BE BUILT FOR C P R. IRRIGA TION SYSTEM AT BROOKS Brooks, Alta, 7une ad vance guard of a small army of work- ing men, togethei with teams of nor sea. and mules; .and av considerable .quantity of supplies, 'arrived 'in Brooks this week.; in preparation for the commencement of Jjuother gignn tic engineering irriga- [jou department of the C P R intend canjing through to completion heie This is to build an immense, aque- duct three miles long- connecting two ends of a main artery of 33 stem This IB to be made of ce nient, and. will be built on tbe tnei head system. Grant, vSmith and Mc- Donald, of Vancouver, havd.the con- tract, and nhen finally completed it is; estimated that, about a million dol- lars will havfl ;The con- tract calls for completing the work bj A IOTV piece of land cause 1 this engineering Earth cannot, handily be-obtained to fill this and itr irrigation so jtliat this mih- QUIET FIGHT IN SASKATCHEWAN iatura river w ill run along a cement channel several yards above the Lake Newell, a big reseTvolr the company is will. flow Into the aqueduct Under the railioad tracks the water will be siphoned, and (hen 'will continue along until.another main ditch is reached. t. Last year'a test section was 'iblitlt to ascertain the feasibility of (he scheme, and that be satisfac- tory ia the opinion of the engineers. This work will he going along within three miles of and the towns- very naturally elated, 'the payroll of the ;mm employed b-alnp about K month, .Besides this work, hundreds .of men arc.working for contractors building ditches in (his vicinity. The entire Irrigation system is slowly but .surely, drawing BOTH SIDES HAVE FULL UIST OF ON, JULY 11 Regina, June the Saakat- cbcwan .elections now only three weeks a'wajV the campaign is begin- ning to -warm up, al'thongh the '-.sizzl- ing point'hag not yet .been reached, Piftv confatituencies on July 11, two being Conservatives and Liberals have each' 51 candidates in the field. The only seat where the government is withou'i. n nominee is Shelbroofce, a n-ew con- stituency carved out county. Sam Donaldson, 'opposition member in the last house, is'the can- didate, and although the Liberals will; doubtless put up a man his election 'is I conceded. The only, seat where-the Conservatives are without a candIdat-3 Is Vonda, which has always been-over- whelmingly Liberal. Dr, eral'member the last OIIGC, is again the" and likelj have a. walkover Two j candidates have announced them selves In the field, and it is veij pos sible of them will be endorsed bi 'the opposition. Both sides Ing hard, and talk confidently of vic- Rumely Porte, -Indiana, dut; also. delivery in thi 'CJnfted States Best shear-of'hard wheat, open to the Sheaf Loader value the Stewar Sheaf Loader Co Ltd, Winnipeg, .Manitoba, delivery free in Unite( States or Canada. Best bushel kof to Canada only-1-Oliver Gang Plow, value donated by- the Chilled WorkSi Ontario, delivery free at'nearest.distributing agency o the International' Harvester Co ot America. .Beat sheaf- ot voaU, open to tbs or McCormick Grain Binder, by -the -Internationa' Harvester Company of America, Ce Hi cry free in United States or Can ada 'i! Best peck of to'the woild Curr'ugated" 22-Whecl Packer, the Internationa! Han ester Co "of Amenca, delit ery free at nearest distributing agency pen to trophy cup ralue ?3E, donated by. Board of-Tratte raber; Alberta. Best peck of milo maize, open to lie trophy cup, value 3ii, donated-by the Board, of r.Trade] 'aber, Alberta. Best display of alfalfa hay'grown Ither in. Alberto, Saskatchewan, lanitpba, bf.British Columbia, sheaf of ach Carrier, Feed Car-, ier, "Hay Carrier, or Sanitary Stalls and Stanchions to value of flOO, donat- ed, by, the London Hardware Specialty Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba. Best .peck .of potatoes, open to tbe Deep Tilling Ma- chine, fully, equipped; donated by im Spalding Plow Cleveland, Ohio, .delivery free States or, Canada. Best sheaf western rye grass (agro- pyrom Hay Bunch- er, presented by Walker -Manufactur- ing Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa, deliv- ery free in Uitltfid States or Canada. The Saftit Plan farmer does hot usu ally carry all eggs In one basket No one crop ,or one kind of stock Is always profitable v Weather suitable for the best development .of corn is not the best for small grain Diseases which may destroy a1 large portion' of the stune herd will Have no effect on cattle The safest plan to a variety of crops, and stock in-order to strike whatever, favorable conditions corae .along. 4 FIELD REFUSES jATTRACTiVE OFFER Toronto, June W Field, editor of the Times of To- ronto, has r-c-iiised the position ed him the Imperial government (if British Tjra.de coramlssionar-riii Ami- tiajij, left by fjie transfer tc- C'anadi of G Hamilton Wyckes, who succeeds R trade commissioner in Canada. Mr Grtgg has becon chief ,adei commJHlon- ei for the Domin.on government Mr. Field prefers to lemain in Canada, COLORADO PROSPECTS BRIGHT REEVE CONVICTED A, .W, Greene, a former, township reeve, was convicted at Chatham of theft of towuGhin funds, Sold by SantlersonsHart Late Latimcr Hart With Big CrCps In Sight Dry-Farmers Plan to Exhibit in Canada. Denver, Colorado, June rain of the. past few days has meant hun- dreds of thousands of dollars to the fanners of eastern having extended over a territory of .100 miles wide in the dry belt east of Denver and Colorado Springs. From reports received by the railway officers there is every promise of a bumper crop in the dry-farming belt, and the belief that 1912 to be a record year for the farmer In Colorado Is 'has been strengthened. It has been decided by Governor 1 Shafroth and C. U. Hoot, who is a member of the Board of Governors of the. International Dry-Farming; Con- gress, in view of the excellent pros- to begin early the collection of a, representative state exhibit and to send It to the Dry-Farmed Products Exposition at Lethbridge as a return of the friendship displayed through Ihe Alberta government making a big dis- play at tho Exposition at Colorado Springs last year, Only the best earned at this We futuie trade too much to offer jou any other. Om cement made that durability and nice finish yotr value so much, Call for Teit if i ttmpfc and far younelf f armers' Lumber Operating in See our big sign i "THE LETHBRIDGE The yard here all the material is under'cover COST OFF.ICE iOX M The Wall Paper Question ISN'T'A QUESTION If you buy ypur Wall Pipin from the Nevle Co., U'i'Ihe iniwir. AND FURNISHED PROMPTLY The Revlo Co. .Painters and DeeorpUtre Avenue South AUCTION SALE Household Furniture TUESDAY, JUNE 25lh 2 iron bed steads Springs and matresaes com- plete. 10 dining room chairs. J C'birroiiicr 1 Singer sewing muchlne. 1 large dinfhg room table, quarter 2.parlor tables 1 new sofa .1 largo fancy'rug, 10x1? 5 siimll rugo I InrRc dresser, oak-finish' Blinds 1 kitchen table 1 heating stove Number of kU Street; Street South, J, A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER ;