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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tape S THE LKTIIHRIDGK DAILY HERALD UUP 25, For the Kiddy's Breakfast WHOLE berr.es, our is'As tcir-crrou c largctlin how good S: is a-.d them a trar.d new plear-iie. Made by Tha H-0 Company, Hamilton Piovmcial Government Have a Fine Exhibit of General Utility wti? ils't iN- fjrr tl'is >i t J ko i-.tretul E u'l'k c f t'le hcr-I oairv Sl-O'thorrs from ibv tiou farms it s-o'iJi atJ The e are JJ la ibe hcrJ from Si'djtfMck a tul the U.'PI: inoudl Stork Sh last -Ait.ier Her two- is Iii Mr Sa I- ouf'np lia-d. while her far- was to hst to held ifcp beni at tiiiolph O. C. A. is llie cf K'g-it ROW at fair 47 Bounds cf uiU'ii a anj Judging Started Yesterday and n Good Progress was Made Fine Animals i fresh shp n Her revOrO U Ibe 1! I lurj er Cue v unh at bas bf-eu a fjruu'r fur proiince afierr.opu Hint Horse ai tho fair grounds. an intpipfKJ crowd ot spec- tators ia tbe of the judstug lings where the wiMicrs were under the hand-- o! ihe during ihe but a-, tnat the lluie -'llr of Ss the pert In rlcklrg: In the I tuat> classes, wh-Ie i ar. uncle of K C R of Calvary, inci.i'.r.'l.oii L-' city in con action uiih the- sf't rcJ talks a grcd cow Of tbo fceiM He stales tfcat i en? jet wceinMer r-e cf tho >uungfr animals are lor >o it ui-tt do bis heart Js also for to kr.cn tiax he iLStruir.eitiM jr.Le. bringing ;o Alberts ;te ht-rvi t.uvt at! j on tv'e !u this iiidy be fouartjilie (.'ar.sdiau i bjiiiv-Oi'6, ItuerRitipiisl I is crj njilcF-sl 1 Dinners ard record breifeer? aM .uuurs for mixed easy to puk There head of ;htf fctird IreLi eirh farm I Ing Iii the south. closes only (he one rescm. and two Sbo.-thorn There sre a couple of inher private pntr.v On tlie wbolv :V judges v It wo'-ijii be tarJ to end whU-h thai of ihe fovein-' i'oi called upon to eu-n tbeniee in .Acitrlca HrMeasar Cl-sai a riioe. One if linse Is decree head ot tr.p Sedgev.ick herd, is j Hereford hrrd owned ly Heavy Classes 3r. tmraeasi1 in the'Me S.'nii of Cirs'.-Alrs. "fcorlaad's a tleanly of pc-jads. He Is a is the hprdjweJl turned cleaned up Judgment mi i IP lighter In Miners staudaid over In some of (he cl.ffos [he com- lp. h decorated, and clicer-' He had no competition, so sj, v.ai inclined to cpr.cur in Od iy thousand? lcol; the money, hut was crulcued siDn. He iias since had it At the Slate bjnn.net me famous an _ oiar.iried by Pr Resell. I Castle service of pold p'ate' tt. but surely it I; desirable that thc-y provincial patliolozist, nho declares j r.-as usej The floral decoratioas ere st fbotild aim al something like uniform- r.e can find rn trace nf the cl.cquc profuse, bein? so blended as to shoo, The btates forming the American 1 that" opiniDn. He iias since bad it At the State banquet ibe famous.and the lay be In ihe best fiair.ir.ed by Dr Resell. I Windsor Castle seruce of pold p'aie' c- J- Kckstorra-3 Suftclk Punch foUowlns Is the Hat of Moners m clashes, Judged Ihe first ademocQ of the fjlr: DRAUGHT HORSES CUis Stallion, 4 Yeirt or Over Corouet H A. Dollar, lllfih Alia. (4 A Ij. Del tar. Victor, F. A- Maxwell. Ix-th- CUsj Stallion, 3 Years Old Time, A. L. Proiost, A. Dollar. GaUaut, A. L Dollar. CUM CljdeJdJle Stallion, Z OEd A. L Dollar. Havmtcd, Meek Hros Hajmoud, Alia. Ctast Stallion. 1 Year Old Mr. S. Meek Bres. Class Brood Mare, Foal at Side Meek Bros. Class Foal of 1913 Bros. Crass Dry Mare Sharp, F. A. Class Stallion, 4 Years or over Laddie, 6 years. A. 0. Shakcrloj, PoUsko, Alia. Class Suffolk Punch SUIIIon, Any Age (S C. J. Eck- storm, Lethhrldge. LIGHT HORSES Class Statilon Champion- ship Briton (4 T. A. Cox- Branitord, Out. Lawrence Wm Watt, Letbljridec. Clais SUMion, t Year lire. T. A. Cox. Class Brood Mare, foa! Hi Wall, Class Filly, 3 Years Old Marjorj, T. A. Coi. 2--Onr.ed ly T. A. Cox, Class Hackney Filly, 2 Years Old Gracious, T. A. Class Filly, 1 Old Plymouth. T. A Cox Clais Foal of 1913 Class Bred Stallion, 4 Years Old or Over H. S. (S G. T. liaag Lethhrldge. McKeony, MacGuire, Den Clais Standard "Bred Stallion, any age 1__U'. H. S.'U. T. llaag. Clits Standard Bre Stallion, 3 years old Moas, Jack Daly, Granum Alt la. Class Bred Brood Mare with Foa! by Ranch, Clare union m stallion POD the only class for this profuse. beiLir EO blended as to EBOVL tretd, without competition. Tb-s an- ity .in" their treatment of the treat' bring ianifHTed wuh. -Mr. Justice thy iri-color cf France. Yeomen great but transport undertakings whose objects j in hi? letter gives Wr. Guard, in nuaiat mediaeval cos j heavy in the head, and light In ihe interests are national rather than [counsel for ll.e tha ritht noctc-rt around the is of the years old. Light Horses [terms and gorseous bejewelled toil-i In the Hackr.ey classes, T. A. Cos etteb. -cf Braotford. Ont, had rather ao The I'rtsideut of France sat be- time of it. Thcie is no doubt about i local. If they cannot do that, the 1 to rcake his Cnding kno'.tn throush ,oli3 "chambtr, "serving m a plVtur- breed and i federal tofernment ouebt to newspapers so tbat pome means nhereb; the railroads] Jions oi those rnay be brought under control tome single authority Instead of te- been cast, ma) not su'Ter.. The memorandum stairs Ing at the mercy of the legisJaave caprices of the various stales. Until that is done the position of the rail- is hound to he unstable and in- Becure." as above, srfdir. HAD THRILLING TIME SAVING THEIR LIVES Sauii Ste. Msr.e. Or.1.. June they leading the ferry nock here yesterday in the cruising laur.ch Alice" C Joseph Maugban, Commls- 6_ioner cf Crown of this city, end Jamts Andrews, a wealthy lum- be: merchant, of Escanaba. Mich., Jumped Juto the rapid current of the Eu Mary's river, to save their live- The enflne of the launch had stop, psd and let; drifllnf in ibe part of a A life thrown from the decX of Ihe Aljoir.s fell reach, but Mhe men tad coaslderable dlfficully in keeplns float, even wilh this aid. Joseph llotibf. nho witnessed the tccldent froa tbe dock Into the rivtr lo save Ibe distressed men The men picked mi In an ei- hauBtsd cor.olilnn, but apart from the wetting ar.d shoot, irere tonight. torm part ul tlie records ol Ihe case. bacfejround for brilliant holm. Alia. Hill (5 F. A Esving Letbh ridge. Filly, I-ondon, June Green- wood has raised an interesting point in connection uith (he ne-v Privv een Kicg Gtorse aacj Queen Mary; the ot his "Little Brit- at. the central table, al ere I a four-> ear-old, is good er.ough Ftnled also other of the Roy-i to make them all step out in this cir- al Family and the antf jc-sterfiay won the cham- of ihe class fllthcut extend- occupied thirteen tables. ing himsflf, alihough Wall's The Kfnsr, in proposing President'local Hackney "Prince I-awrence." is health, referred to the cor- a well set up beast, Mr. Cox has a dlaleess bttween Fraivc and England coming rival of "Little Briton" ;.i a as the greal factor la the "Tiillo another win- of European peace. ner of the' big ribbon- In the three- Thc PresMent made a teluitous re par old filly he phoned a nice srionse In the sirue ?tTalu. pair, "Berkeley Beauty" acd "Little wincing flret and second RAINS CAME m NICK OF TIME -Tcspeclhely. Mr Cox Mr. Watt _of Lethbridge had lhe Hackney clasB MOOEP Jiiut- rain [o theroselvps. refdefl h'.Tp copiotif Thtre 'Ras a liule commotion when Council bill in tbe House of Co-nmons I have fallen during the pasi fen Jthe Standardbreds ncre announced, todav. He liigulred in effect neek ago il Stewart Har.ch. Clls) Dry Mare C. W. Bootb, ClaTe3holm. Ask Us for Particulars Any man or vornati adrlJc'.M to tbe liquor tablt can easil> free them- lelves an1 eliminate all trace? of al- Eohollsni from tbeir system by tbe NEAL Our faith in Ibe Neal Is illustrated >jy our read- iness to refund the money when the ta.tle.nt leaves ths Institute if he or fbe IK not satisfied The N'sal Treatment not con- lain Hyp'oderolo IrJecUons and teives to bad after effects. It is a Vegetable compo'jnd taken iniemall} acts on the entire Bjetem clear Ing and strengiheniog nervw acj Wain. Neil Treavmeiit for Ihe Dnig >Ja.bit I? an u the bent for tbo Drink Habit, bul Joiigei. for "A Little Journty lo Ths JCeal Institutes" by Elbcrt Hukbard. NEAL INSTITUTE KO Thirteenth Ave. Calniry r whether he would Include (he ovfr-.si.ort well. in behalf of Premier As-l'ry. vriicre- the land is low, qyith. Riifns Isaacs paid the 1 ectlori would be confined to the Eng- 1) ,l top rccer.t raina have, j ribbon? was the champion (assured the crops. In the south the sprine stock here. He is .or.rtltion': a fine atioft horse, and IB gelling bet' DEPARTURES FROM MONTREAL WILL BE WHITE STAR DOMINION LINE Teutonic July 1st MOXTHKAh mid (U'KHIX! LIVERPOOL t'Ol.LOWKl) 11V LAURENTIC, July 8. CANADA, July 12. MEGANTIC. July 19. and remtlail) thereafter. For particulars ask any Railroad or Steaivship Agent, or W. M. McLeoJ. 333 Main St., Winnipeg. Manitoba Atk About Our Summer Tour o( Four WeeVj tur Thero is Only Onp "Bromo Quinine" That is Laxative Bromo Quinine USED THE WOULD OYFR TO CUKE A IH OHE DAY. Ahrays tea: PHI tor the full name. l.oo> lor Ibis slgaatuio ou erery box. 2oc, NITED STATES WILL YIELD ON POINT ABOUT FREE IMPORTA- TION ON PULP Washington, June l-nitcrt tates will gire up 10 Knro- pan iiaporlers of nood vulp as pajier s a icsult of the treasury depart- decision today not to appeal o the Supreme Court from the re- ent decision of the customs court hat all countries having alion" treaties with (he Vnlted lale? were eulitlert to free uoort ulp and paper because lhat privilege as granted to CanaOa. The Impor- ations made from Frauce, Ger- tiy, Norway, nenmark, and ther European countries. RAIN CAME IN NICK OF TIME TO SAVE THE SITUATION AND HE FIRMLY INTENDS TO EN- FORCE THE NOXlOUi WEEDS ACT David King fcjs been aupo'nted eed insiwctur for ihe district aJ- joinlng t.'ife city ainl IIC-OD glvt-n oier a largu territory. Tho oimmeiii Is a good one for any sou Hho hnons UnUd, knofta that neither Grit nor Tory, nor olnor spec- ies of man tuni Inspect- or dysignaiD from going aJler them if ho thEnks they are Tl.a i Calgary, early this morning coming alter the rathei heavy falls of Thursday and l-'riday have done a great deal to improv croi> conditions throughout S out hen and Central Alberta. It isvFtatcd tbat ln is still needed in (he district be Keen BiEEaoo and Medicine Hat but thp crops enough moisture to without fireside farmer a-id tbe company farms have been the biggest offenders around this part of iLe wortd atid i Hate Intends to It that an hon- est efioit is mads to combat the ex- 1'cushe nuisance. Mr. King gays he going to go lo offenders In a nice .y and udristt tl-.era In e fatherly inner to do llielr duly by the iry If they fall to heed fatherly ad- fatherl> pimlchment ivill lollaw. 'lhe law is Hohpr lo bo enforced in Ha1.e Iviug'd ilisirlcl.-- Referring to wcerta there is about a half acre of Uecderson uari: Just opi osito iYjobefr bot houses ready to "hlow." There is the poesl- bllfty in that one patch ol a larse tract of country, Mr. Frache says he will go after ihe city If his properly U in anjruai Injured by them. The case of the Olaresholm fanner recently mulcted for damages through causing wecrls lo ppreed, to a neigh- bor's land, estabHsbed a fice prece- dent foi going after and a Cleveland, .Tune men v.ero killetl and ;inotUer injured and viomnn an bate city is no more immune than vale ofiender. a prl- MAY BE A BAD MAN Winnipeg. -June the arrest of William who rooms tn n local hotel, the police believe they have cap- tured the man for a num- ber of hold-ups In Fort Rouge dis- tnrt When his rootr wns much loot was, rerovorert, ai.rt on hla person were found a Tetolver, btacX mask, and a number o! ikeleton Roys. }fe is reported to have come bere from Halifax, X.S, where he is were terioualy hurt when a fabt bound Lake Shoie mail train trashed loto a loaded automobile on the out- skirts of Beara a nearby village, short- ly after midnight last night. Homer Wain-., 21 years old, a'farmer HUng: near Beara an.l his brother, Charles, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, were InBtant- ly killed, and C. H. St-ill. proprietor of a Sn Beaia. was fat- ally inj'Jied the Iraln EirucJf the automobile. Mrs. Homer Wains, IT? Charles Wains ami the eizht- ionlhs-oW daughter of .Mrs. Chas.f. 'ains injured. to tave a police record. IN SPLENDID SHAPE Brandon, June In the Brandon district are in Bpler.dlrt shape and, generally speaking, not sutfcilng in any way. Heavy rainfalls ot Ihe LUOYD GEORGE OPENED HIGHWAYS CONVENTION n, June third inter- national roads congress formally in Central Hall. V.'tnmlnsler. ly. bj IllghT Hoc Uivlii Lloyd en unequailed. and record icr time he goes lii (hearing past ncek or two have hrongl-.L the fcem unlt-ss hai] or "iMn with a mark of j grain along wonderfully, and a larjj frost ccmes -.l-'i. is a hard to otaf, liut "W. 'IJ. S" ihe in the opinion of WILL TRY TO SPOIL an'I carried off the firfJ in HENLEY REGATTA 'aged and aleo the champton- _____ ship ribbon. The jarr.e two horses Ixii.don. June intention a iittlc Iil0r in road" lhe militant Euf.'raec-ttca to try spoil fllor class- coinlni5 in lho thr- resaita manner, aithoucli Jr.e McGutre. owner the r.f the Women's o{ McKlntify" he fair amount of moisture from on, Drandoii district w-lll reap one of tbe crops in its history. from BO'ith of lhc about (en oia slate that need of maxlng itself felt, evt-n in that rrction no Rtrioug result Is anticipat- ed Gporgo. tte Chancellor of the Pofitical l.'nlon aiar.rioRcd meet when tbo che-quer. FKTCCJ-. and made an open aP- arc shouln? to Imnws. Jacrf of nearly Uo ccore gorerriment. in M tbe mcKlng for a mo has a fine tendance ISEI a hoit to "M lhc on thai SiMidarUluM in; F'f that tln-.e there i on con strjftion, maintalr.erce and The Lord Major a reception to the membfrs of the ronsre.iB at ths Gjlldball last of prominent A 'was _ The hoaihouffa ar.d lo lo "WIIS-" in the v.oil- at IlMilcy. Mr Hnag also scored prolcaed for the dry mares, Bin- ning first with "Urly o A fieri by .r. ard of 1 One of finest fillies 'ine the dflc-rnoon was "Uellc- Regularity ALL FOR WESTERN CANADA Quebec, June npUle of about f'Jiir Ihnucar1d Immigrants for Western Canada and hnd- ed here yeittrday aflcrnpon in three different ateamerp. The Tunisian brojgrit fourtpen hurrlrpd th'- Artania the frinic number ar.d the Alhtnla a of the bo-.--pl8 is an absolnte ilty for good health. Unleis the rraucr from the foot! collect 3i got rfrt nf at least or.ce A day, it rftrai.sar.fl poi'oas body, caijiinz hilionsnEvr, gcstion an I sick headaches. and other harsh mineral irritate the delicate lining cF the boAclt. Rwrt entiicly the nhorji toing, iicfcer.ing or Rising, UK Dr. Morse's by T. R. Davidson ol It was not opposed, hut woilil meet the heft of In any rlns; "Belle D" entered ihe ilthoat a name, hill on nrgins. Mr. [ilc'nert a name for'her on the sj'Ut. was some critlrism of (he manaAtinnTn for "howlng lhe roarl- ftcr clasBt? to harnen, and It Is like- ly thh he n'ixt year, Xo othrr rlnnp yep'or- Pills iday except ID I ho caee of the pouhry, Freckles Don't Hide Thsm With a Veil; Re move Them with the Othlne Prescription This prescription for removal o: freckles was written b> a prominen1 physician anrt fa usually so in removing frccklca and clear, beautiful complexion that It Is sold by I. D. IHglnlioUiam ft, Co, un tier sn guarantee to rcfum (h? money If fail" Don't bide freckles under a tfil; get an oiinte of othlno and rno'.e ihcm, the first few l-Iications ahouhl show a Improvement, ?omc of tJie Itgbto frccides B" K'jrc ro (or th lo strtnREh It (P this tha London, Jvno Kdwin Clnjton, lie eliemidil vho was senlenctrt moutbg Imprisonment on unc 17. for conspiracy in connection litb militant suffragette leaders, was HUSBAND TIRED OF SEEING HEHUFFER Procured Lydia E. Pinkhom's Vegetable Compound, which made His Wife a Well Woman. from Jail condition 'hunger strike." Released prisoners toflai In lhc result of a thai many TIL "I ha'l headache, backache an.rl such awful Learine clnvi-n pains that I co'iH not be en my feet nt timcaar.d I hp.dorganic inflarnination FO badly that I was not ulleloilo my work. I couM rol a good incal {or my bus- hanrl and one child. My neighbors sci 1 they thouchl my suffering was terrible. Hy Iraslar.c! got tiral of EceinR mo fJder and one night v ent to the- drag store and got me a botllo of Lyiiia K. PinKham's Vegetable Compound ar.J lolJ me 1 must UAc iL I c.in'l tell yoJ all I .budercilnndlcan'ttcllyoiallthnt comlcl? arc not c j.our has rlono fo( rr.c. 1 ollorrcil (he examvle Bet by the lallfir greatly benefited from (he first arrt it Three men In one or lhe [irlloin ime !or aoific urekB declined to eat ami ire being forcibly CROPS HEVEB LOOKED BETTER Saskatoon, June never looked belter In the of lhe dfslrjcl than al the prc Fenl.lirne, according lo larmers abip 10 struggle inlo lhe clly oier eounlry roa'ls Ihls mornlnc 11 rainpd lhc la-gcsl part o( jc-ftci' rlsv. and rcllh Ihe craln "'ell ailianLed nnd ot moisture Btorcd up for the hoi dajR 10 romo, things ]oul< Thf [.irk of molsluro ftnd the wartnlh nf the l month b.n shot Ihft slalVR lo a remarkable h.elglil. The rain r.irno t Iho rlzhl lime, nnd has made me n well ivomnn. I can all my honscwr-r'x tnd even helped of my frier.ds ns well. I think il is a wonderful help to all suderinK women. I hnvc got several to talto it nfter ing what it has done for BMSIA EsressiiADE, 219 East Main Stt MiiMlelnwn, Ta. Tho Pir.khflm record i3n proud ar.dhon- 'jrable one. It is a record of constant over the obatinato ills of woman (hat deal outilcspair. tobJiahed fact that Lydift rinl.iiam'3 Vegetable hns restored hwiltn (o Ihoninr.ds of such suffering women. Why don't you try il If you need such ft medicine? If inn want special ndilfc, unite I.jdla K, rinlliam .Medicine Co. (fonfi; told on tho Moncj-bjch suaranlce. Isuroa the Ifl3 cron iu tills dlElrlcl. non .Mnvmir IrKer rtiil lie pprnrfl, irnil aurl iif A 1 au nnl ktH U Jtrlcl ;