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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta June 23. 1911. THE LETRBRIDGE HERALD LOVE OF MUSIC li reflection of re- fined nature, provided 'tbe godtf! The-Vleter of the talking off yeiterday. In ttitU It li the'refinement of-ell for'the the mutlcil world, lot IM' hiaTevthe oppor- ruBitT of lowing you our (tock'of machine la tad hear them and convinced. MMOD Kisch PHONE 791 MMINION BLOCK 'New Skeith, of NEW DAYTON payton, June 19 R ''township from StillwaterV-Minn., with his (am. ily last Friday. j dance vwas- held at the Morlan ranch last Saturdaj A girl .batij was horn to Mr and Mrs O'Mahan, of township 517, on Saturday, June 10, but the child died-a few later.. .The funeral took place in (Vsrner on Monday of If neeK Wm Qell left Saturdaj for his old home In Botrineati North Dakota, whew he jvill spend a few eeks be- foie ratuining to this country Mabee, ol township 5-17, trad- ed his bunch of porkets to L Peter son for a horse, Ihe other Bill aavs horses ire qiiietei and faster to get along with 'when feed is so high R Blake, of township a-17, is amending a few dajs in town year and a (lalt old son of Mr and Mrs of township 6-17 fel} front a chair last day aid (iroke his collar bone Mn immediatel} brought him-to R.LBORDENAND WESTERN FARMER What Will Happen When Mr. Bcrden the Tiller of the Soil in Western Canada (Winnipeg Tribune )t Mr. R. L. W. fair" R L haie quite a big W. considerable-" R. L: B. don't eat all >ou grow In the W. F no' We lend iome of it away.' x R L- B mueb.'-dld you raise aet year'" W. like' bushels, they R L B what did you do W took about 000 bushels, alto about worth of flour, torae of It we sent East, we ate a lot pt It, a large quan tlty was required for seed and a few million bushels are still in Ihe granar R L you grand countrj And, It's started W beginning to develop" R L a will go thirty to the acre'" W Yes. Lots of them Mil go more than 'that." R L beat W. your Rob llll, sajs the farmers' of Manitoba, San katchewan and Alberla will raise bushels of wheat this sear" R L B (surprised and thoughtful) 'Astonishing' And yAu say Great Britain now about lusbels a: year9" "w R L B (somewhat ell, He, can JUNE WEDDING PRESENTS the doctor at Warner and it is er- pected that'lie will soon-be all-right Lhas T Cousins; manager of Beck- er Vales' lumber -.jacd at this place, is slow I) iccoverms from a bad attack of lumbago. Hain fell this vicinity, both Mon riaj and Tucsriav evening last week and the prospects of a fcood crop arc bright N. Holden was down from Taber he has gfjt a contract for the construction of: a two-mile part oi the big irrigation ditch He reports the work is going on nicclv Several farmeii are now busy pick- ing wild mustard out of their fields, but there are still a. number of oth- ers w ho ought to do the same thing The Master Plumbers' Association, meeting at Fort William, has changed Us name teethe Canadian Societyjof. Sanltarj and Heating. Engineers Provincial Detective Greer a according to report had been worrying a'Leamington farmer He warned the circulators of the etor les that they were liable to punish ment of; false1 news. take more W suppoae M. just like his, Mr Borden You're listening' HrlUm our beet ouitomer, If you politicians give us a chance we'd like o be a setter cmtoner for her, loo, >ut jou won't let kef good's In with. tat x then you all Bah' Now don't get angry You started the bt 11 rolling To return to our point Drl- tafn annuallj in wheat aud flour hat "in J22.000, 000 bushels That. Is all she needs apart from what she herself" n L Yeb, I behevc that b cor reel." W then, she's fastidious, in her. tastes There's no bettei indge'of a good, substantial than an Englishman, Scotchman, Irishman or Welshman R L disposed to agree with you w English rake tin finest wheat in the world, grown in Western Canada, when they csn get oui beet graces PURE (Down at Hort-Arthur or ?ort William last sea Eon-oue-'bunch of manipulators.made a cleinup of about llo'o.OOO mKmg the farmers' wheat before it wenl to distant markets Of course, "that s against the law, but don t meddle law-breakeis get away with tens of thousands. It's Ihe little law breakers they're Ions Well, that's In The mil" our LOOK OVEROUR SAIE PRICES on Sterling Glass, Hand Painted China, Gold and Silver Silver Plateware and Hollow Ware, Fancy Goods, Clocks, Diamond- set Jewelry and Watches, etc., etc. An exprert hand engraver will engrave any present for you. The largest stock in the city is here for you to choose from, ail- to be sold''at 50c, 60c and 75c on the dollar. Compare our prices 'with any see for yourselves what we can save you. We are moving to our new store next month, and intend to move nothing hut the fixtures THE ENTIRE STOCK, MUST BE SOLD R. A. WRIGHT Established 1898 THE JEWELLER Phones 1383 ami 1259 the flour, cthey aren't likely ti make much change in the average Im ports from H L you'll have quite a, surplus-on hajyl." W F a's teg'na'ns to the point" R L Flavelle, one ol our big produce men, W. mind Mr. Flavelle We know all about his business and the percentages'of his produce com pan; Listen to me If Canuija has surplus of of wheat In 1011, she will need a mar- ket bushels of wheat" R L B that seems jh fair proposition'' W F 'And suppose Britain should take bushels.of. is Jar_ more -than ehe she other to buy from, 'and foreign wheats thai the mlllenVde, mand, we'll still have -a surplus of to sell L R LSB 'Yes, that's correct, Koblin's estimate is conect W F "here do sou suppose we're going to sell the ela'" wheat from every part'ot the globe, to give a certain color and jasle to R. L. I haven't, studied the markets." W ve heard of the Unit ed R L B (rather yes, I have." W, know there are 000 people over there, who are jetting particular about good food. that the.} have only a limited area wheie thej raise anv thing'like ours They want our bard wheat, to with their soft stuff Can you tell me why you are opposed dlsnoeing of a part of'thal surplus in tfceVvU: S' R L sou really Have a country hei e, tbe sec tfon of tbe Empire W. verj fine something over a million people now. When we double our numbere'Vand cultivate more acres n e expect f raise, bushels; In'a few jears, than ten And where do jou suppose are going to sell our R. L: very dlf- flcnlt-queiUqn to answer." W..F. (raising and (peak' ing so to be overheard by every body In the "You expect me ".to assist In hiring you as a to look the business of Cm R. L. that's my mission among-ypu.' W; you think-it-Is a'good. thing to clone tight m my In the faces of brother a market for some, of thati bushels of surplus wheat, to say npth Ing of oats, barlev, flax, cattle, pota- the general produce of Ihe laiw, and fish7' R. L. that' hai-'beei my opinion.' W you bare taken from the.Byron Wjklken, the rla'vellei, and tbe Kast, who are afraid of competition and who would dictate lo im ewkere we aliall.-dispose.of the. products .of inn- mul our own-'labtjraT" R L I have talked. With the gentlemen mention ,.W Borden, 1 thank you few minutes given to me, but 1m that you're not the man lor the .lob of BOBSL.OP CANADA 1 policy -trade an R "Ooodoey -I'm Just ing tbe train at Brandon to the. grain lbe advantageE of preventing Uncle' Sam fronTbuj ing any of the of the progressive province of Manltob'a." F Tell them that thej'd be tools to take J-'OjOOO.OOO'or a i ear evtra for their products bj op ening the li S markets That would be popular Tell them the people of ireat Britain are a slow-going lot with their free trade and the care of he Asquitbs and Lloyd-Georges that :hey aie not faxed on their food stuffs I'm sure jou'll make a great bit with he Brandon fanners I don't think. Good das R L "Good dav Sas, (turn ng to Bioder) that fellow seems to be on to us Brett, of Vancouver, took poison aftei threatening to kill bis ife .A has been let foi for the Third avenue .Methodist Church, Saskatoon. Headquarters of the Second Bri- Arti.lleiy, have been trans- ferred flom Hamilton to Toronto Imperfect Kidney Action CaniM Rhenmatism Rjjrumatism with its kindred ailments Itlioibago, Wry Neck, .Veuralgla, ett., usually results from lodgments of uric id ;n the joints and ntuEcles Now the chief function of the kidneys a to properly filter this poison from the Qnly when they tail to do-this is Rheumatism probable. Kidney neakness starts in various ways A sudden, chill, after freely, sometimes settles in the kidneys an unusual strain may cause it. Poisons which should be nltetvd out el th; system are pumped back into the blood, causing Uric Acid, the reaj cause of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neck, Neuralgia, etc In the earlv stages Nyal Stone Root Compound will stop u .Will start your kidneys working prop- erly so that the Uric Acid is reabsorbcd aai) eliminated goes your Rheumatmm with it thew early naming twinges have passed unheeded, and your Rheu- natllm has become deep seated 'Muscles all snarled up in knots as it were. Then you'll need Nyal's Rheumatic L.UTC Alt your own druggnt about them pemedies. Hit'opinion is worth while. and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG JL BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINtOTHAM CO. JACKSON W. P. J. ALEXANDER r. LtTHSRIDOI CONTRACTOR CAN'T GET ENOUGH MEN Has to go Across die line after Laborers (Special to ,the( Herald) Taber, June T. contractor on the tyg ditch north of hero, under U F left vcs- tcidav for Great Kails to trj and se- cure men to drive teams on tho sctap ers and grading machines used on that work He finds it impossible to spcuie n en locallv, though he is offering food wages, from to per month with Board avenge of; from .-three to 'six- wagons- leave tlie headquarters of the contractor here every day wilh supplies lor the anf[ horses cniplojeti on 'his Two new Era guiding ma- chines left yesterday, and will be need bj contractors'working about to or 40 miles north of here This manes Tuesday foi Lethbndge to re- turn the visit of the play- ers here some time ago DISTRICT NEWS WHITLA NlWt Whltla. June Jlj-The jMlor Due- ball team played the Bint tnnt tke Poore School Dtitrlct the local grounds, the result being fa- vor of, the local team Wairen Fuller and'Miss Byrie Rich ardion Sundayed'aV the Fuller kerne in Bow Island. A F Doberty spent in Lath bridge, returning home on Monday lorning: v 0 C Helgenon an) Alei Aiklan nade trip to Seven Per- sons on Tuesday laat L Dr G Carson, from Toronto, Ont, brother of J H and M A, of place, visited a few days before 10- Ing to Galgary, to spend a returning on Wednefdlr evening He Is thmkiug of locating here A H Bishop, repivmtlna; Brad- street's, of Calgary, was if Wkitla, era O C Helgereon from Uth- brldge, on A Saturday i tra In 'taiat 'elty I W of ar rned Wednetday afttraoDi, .re- a total of four grading machines, Ic- sides .two steam shovels, and some- here in the neighborhood of live run- horse The new C P R freight sheds are completed awl are'm use at the celebration cm the phone will be installed as soon as Coronation Day 'He is to, talk the Dry Firming Cnareee lor Letk bridge in 1913. We have jutt had a two-Inch rain fall, which simply InttenM "for Ihll ton, Utah Mr RtM4 came wrii-' Th.r Will tktlr ta% nr, home here Mr and Funft and daufhlerf, of Clarasholm, spent tut tlaltlnf with their danjhter, Mri of this pluoe Mn Robert HftvimU. at ta ton aWtoy h aai) llni Janea Larwi i Mr. linilay Stirling Tfttm Jowpb Brandlcy utlf Ttnt Spaceman were home mlulonaMei at -Mtttrmth on Sunday r The nerabtn of the tennis club wlli Play a tournament th, will prove wlio nn eBmm- i plens of the game t'V''" Stlrllni will e.lebrate the Fenrth Jujy, and will try to make H he most suecteafnl tvtfl OM fcr possible The depot is being cntirc- 1} icmodelled, and" when completed contain two waiting rooms, a large and commodious ticket ofTice, as well a special office foi the tranc action of express business it was rumored that exprefe, would m fu- ture be delivered and collected inside the city hni'its, hut ae have W1icen unable to confirm tins rumor C'oronatioa day has passed vtry quietlv A service was held m St Theodore's Church this mormng in the nav of a celebra lion was arranged Taber is devot nj all its energies to its great lily 1st cflebrttion, which will be a hum- net: Mist McLean has arrived from On- tario to spekid a holiday with 1 er sis McPherson Mrs.. Leech- left yesterday for '.Yin having spent the past- few months, with Mrs. Leech, sr., and Dr Leech- V. S. Kirid returned from to the Eastern'States, and tells that the crops were looking good ?11 the- way along the, line. was rtot: much to chooso" tween Alberta and. Saskatchewan, thougji the giain in Saskatchewan ap- peared to_ have attained a higher growth, but' was hot so heavy nor so green as that in'Alberta. Mr.. Kidd said that in the Dakotas the grain prospects. looking first class. The Ladies of Knot church arrang- ed a.very successful Strawberry So- cial, which was held in the Curling j rink last evening Thr function was as'the evening was and discoursed tlie Hand during evening cause') lip liinie to pass'Very pleasanlly. A nui.ibcr of tliv li'iuiti, I'lilhusiasls left' part of the country STIRLING f t Stirlins, June Joakut Hol- min returned from the haa been for a few weeks, on Thun Holnan was ar- her! father, dayrevenlng. rom panted by Neilson. A E is having new reil dence painted Pkieey is al- so repainting his residence Me-srs Mell and Georfe ind of Grassy Lake, spent last week here, visiting with and friends of this place Mr Adams made a buaiatts trip to Raymond on Saturday. Mra Frank Steed arrived In town Thursdaj evening, from Farming KINNONOALE Kirtnondali, June .13 M he mpntentttiTM of the m the tstrict was at school hovR ol ast to arrange lot j and snorts on DpnriBiOB Otr 0 't point near the rivet Bow, ipot being left to wtnmiMw at two Committees alM were wmed to draw up a programtM at ana to canvas for subseriptlom'V foi With' Invorahle weather should be a large crowd and I fun On Fridaj last a daughter wai borm' to Mr and Mrs Wm McCoubrev, I- 17-17 i 1 he o weeks' old infant joe ot Mr and Mrs Lawrence Reid aw a} fast week They have the i patby'of the neighborhood j.. R M Paul has taken charaje of the culinary department of a party of en-' gincets working on the imgatioa a few miles east of Bastaho. Several oi the older io- cludjng C NfcKmnon, have ohtaUv, ed patents for their ao4 a great many others will be the same this fall. Temperance will i county local aign, to include Belleville Gov of Hamilton Jail, kaj, ifused the W C T. 4 Isilon to send to .Afraid to Does the of indigestion spoil the enjoyment el- rourmedtj It needn't Jutt take TOU won't know you They will ice to it, that flour food properly They trc Our best of the NA-DRU-CO prepmtions, compounded bf expert chemistt tnd f-uanntecd by the lirgtst druggists m If vourdnigmst hni not ttocktd them yet; tend ui joe. ind we wili you 4 boxi mnoiHL CHtMKai co. or UMITU. ;