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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB I.ETHKJBintiB. HERALD Meri'e that Munis! 'twtfewt ef ife tthe rvatedv -we are about to tell vou of money beek for 4ht mere'ukinf'to anyone not thor emhly Dtoiaed with Its use; That phonal eeubliah tile elncere In It Passwakea f wnai eau ind eeaena It probably the Boat pre' all eadn alkaMaris To overaassN the remedy mint of or remove the para lite kejojie jelief eta be ob feieiielat remarkable antiseptic nrmicMal, (eothlng and heiUu jipweir, the curative vilue of Ointment ;le pro- ftouteed in the treatment of enema allied akin diseases, whether ol (lit fir feeto the weeping tvpe, when (e flaw of III smelling or kiwi, flick- U'MlMlee. dtaeolora. {left. It MVM, nettle It ideal Iff the (kin ftflnwtts fvctiliir to child rei i ieuH tutmt Ointment Is grayish ..itioejef, i wrr tkiMv tor nee If you are a of skin irriutioni or eiup tleii II aay foTti whatever, we urge you te trfa-bea; at our risk At the UBt of dlajatlKartion, you may if Two sties, Remember, it Is only -The Renll Store t t Co', Ltd, special i Wore FRANK OUTER Edmonton, June 24 Hon Mr Oli- 'Miji'ia'ter of ithe Interior, carte to ejty mornins from the fodaV in com- Superin- tendent'M Parks, he goes the'd'Tf as far as Edson ind then bS" teirir to thr or the Trans eeMmentll weij of Edmonton This M Jaeper Park, the new which Mr. Olive earl) pir.t week On Tlmrsdaj .luae speak with Dr C'iafk nippc near Olds sad ot .11-----jne ('aigarj Tory kadtt Didn't tbe following ht.'is at Athabasca OAY LONDON fli. started to were to aurked the close of thn day. went turned beat to sparUc but few braiert out to see wiat there was to see The iooj of Lerd Rothschild, Duke a" Cuke ot Devonshire en brilliantly illumin irejTws threugb the ever a long route UtoUfh tke diatnett wls fff'i oroeeedings. Sir fdfard Orer.. tke foreign minister, the lint 'in state and the roytl and special re- the coronation NOT PNIN AT rrg. ftnith Africa, June "it for the .of the empire to en ailre jakall no reierslon te' the wf and ipathj and of the imperial goi- abide by pledges given t imperial confer -eM delegate, shall be their attentlm to con nrwi rather than th, die crete 'tW-efen Herald) Jan. 24 Cat sty the belt show of ret aftfoeed aMh, opera haft, heory rate stonn iMt nt respowlble for the lather iHaa that tamed out Cnre a Beauty Although ODD Preemption has hy the ta. (Ml eu Mauaire with thli famM tar ereeulM thla of nth aad Mm- thankee no mm lor. that tion of oh'struction which' was unea ed lor. He pioposed lo his course Mccuidiif to hit cwivlctiont, and last all _ thr-iimc he mialteubly rempiofc- u.) lie wouldn't support the pact li given a guarantee ,of tlie premictship tomorrow Me tfcen sug- gestion that is not aiieeac and said he suestioeAd BO other man's sincerity wanted 10 io ques- tion his Contujiiing, he repeated his now well kioun arguments against the pact That CaMda had-not asked for it since Hu.1, Canada had found herself >u the matter W -Jiscal auttmam; m 1171, that no man un- der 40 yean of afeMiad ever had the privilege of the that it noulrt lead to the Henition- of Canada and diinremher- ment of the empire aid that the government had po mndate Irem the people He repeated his favorite charge that Messrs, Fielding and Pat irson liarl pledged Canada without the knowledge of -thfir colleagues in the cabinet excepting tne" Premier ,tnd now took the position that Canada's honoi was pledged Owperehlp Ia ienoHfe terne Ik Boreen- pledg- ed his part) to grrerninsnl constiuc- tton end ounerehip of the Hudson's ay Railwaj, government support- for chilled mejl- industry, 'government ownership ol ternmal'elevators, and while the farmers had not aekeil loi t, he'also pledged giviig the western provinces 'icoatrol- .of; netural-resourc- e Another incideet of', minor import- ance was the introduction of, a Mi Turner, a loqveoiout Bettutc rancher Dear Macieod of three ears' reeidence in Canada, hpnielf as an old country tarifl reformed He is president of n U F.A at Hai- elmere-aiMl demurred he and Vice-Presidijfit Macfadden', had, not been handed the other mentber's were opBoseiLto these 'resolutioiSjfavqring reciprocity Fie dropped (he Cobeea the conlroversj and sairi to he signed Austen Crjarjihcrlam as follows "Cpbden Club, no influ- ence hen Us f interference in your affairs imwiiiantfld that tarifl, (Question Canadian is untrue It was -not an- nounced "where the dated 'from T f Mr 1 urncr seeirferl to take umbrage ai Dr Clark's speech a few evenings previous, and he hoped to meet that gentleman "face to shortly, on Clark Eng land as a free countrv It iro- Mr the platform at .Sladeod Dr ridiculous iii representing ting said "I posed millions of taxes "Before sit- wantr to ask Mr Boreen a few ques- tions Fie then asked if it was cor- rect that Mr his own ini- tiative had given a maa without cost sciuare miles of land worth it Mr OJiver'had given a private corporation acres of grating land worth and whether an amendment to gram bill m senate lia.d cut out evcrj- nt tkat nenefitte'd. tbe, turners Mr Borden's reply am to everv thing Turflfr ha said was to both tlie quosf ions ariij f he oi Mr, Turner Mr running male, Mr MacFadHe'i; was alia traduced, to the te he telegfaaiiee" Mat-ihiti. the larmtrs are a divided body Didn't Change Mr Fream at the closed of' the meeting asked speak, anil while thanking Mr Boreleti for hit courtesy and frankness, said these addresses had nofalWred his Mews "MY BACK IS KILUNfi ME Bukxhe meui CcmgMlion o irstivi ties Caimaniay, and Ihioughoul the daj numerous events took place to'make the day-a memorable one and lo eipresVthe town's fceliiig oi a'5'lcvate Imalty pown at the C P K bridge make th Yeur Danger From Kidney Troubles BEGINS WHJj YOUH UHEL BacluctM U' Arst uui of kidney diaeise.' the or becomes wwitt (t in ,a .warning that kidneys an in iome way. Nurt tks t'dnjjs arc, perhaps the moot in tha body Little Bow a picnic was organ afternoon and great nuna- It is no wonder then if thi are affecteH the whole system On the first sign of becksche Doen'i Kidney Pills should be taken They go nght to the seat of the trouble, heal the 1 te membranes of the kidneys and their action regular tnd natural" Mr. E J. Siurnter, Lake'AnniB, N S take's great deal of pleasure In telling you the benefit I.have received s. of people spent a most cnjov ahle from tnj UM of Doan's Kidney Pills I time there There vvas also a base-, was troubled with my kidneys for several ball at the ball grounds lor the 'years, my baok wae weak, I terrible beaduhH, and was eo restless I couki ot Carmangai who came j Bot at mght l usmg out victorious in their Piatchcs with i Doan's Kidney Pills and In a very Ehort Cits-ingey West and (lie BurwasH 1 was right and fit again Doerrs Kidney Pille are 50c.. per box or 8 for at (II ilealert at, mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. MiJ- burn Co Limited, Toronto, If ordering direct tpecify "Doau'e." CALGARY PRINTER DEAD June this morn the hody of ThonM lUtant foreman "Of the Hanld, was 'oimd on the Cultwy and tracks with his head completely sever- and an arm torn off The body via not identified until geerly loom How the deeeued cane to hie is not known An Inquest tomorrow Stewart came froea Winnipeg about vwra ago hie, OB the Herald ever ilnce, i In ifht pertons tbt eiptoalon of in tat Stulty Pwk Col. district; Iri the evening'the band af- pleasure hy playing some well rendered selections but., .the to all had been looking forward for some time, came oft in the latter part of the At nine o'clock the doors from and m a verv short space of time not a seat was to he had The Home was crowded tq themloors At 1 30 sharp the curtain rang up on the "Trial bcene" "Merchant oi Venice Kx- staged and under capable management, the scene went with eciat from start to finish And atj tinies so intent.-was the interest that one Would have' been ahle lo hear tie proverbial pm drop As a production of local amateur talent the perforrtiance was creditable, wonderful smoothness Ihoserw'orth) ol spec-al mention w'ert, Mr. Algar-Bailev, who la excellent representation ol Shv Jew, and Miss Shouldicc as showed herself entertainment, consisted of a capital of of_ songs and music TUB enterlainmenfc'cnded with the singing capable ,in this difficult role The parts of Antonio and Graliano were acted bj Di Rrvansayind Mr Rose- warn and their jior The 'other parts the" capable hands, Miss Devereuv Mr Wea- therbep as Bassamo, Barnes as the iDllke of Venice, Dr Wilson ,-_s Salerio and Mr Across as the Clerk of11. ourt All m fact carried off their parts in a most manner Great applause followed the [all oi curtain -and- artists, had to bow thru acknowledgements of and "God the King Tlie whole-affair was-carried out under the direction of Kr tiailer and his next effort in this di rection u'lll looked to with pleasure and is sure to be great h appreciated Mam thanks is due Mrs O L Tai- lor for her Kind assibtance at tbe piano: The proceeds amounted tff and the bulk of this will be hamVd to the English chinch in aid of 'hich the entertainment'.was given, PUT' MAYOR IN PLACE B C, S Bemish; Socialist orating lent language, against Mayor, Taylor, on the street last night ar.G using whom he consigned to hotter re- giong v A pohcemao- arrested him on the charge of using bad language a friend of Bemish at tempted to rescue him from the po liceman. another Harris officer was arrested This morning Be- mish "was fined' while Har- ris was sent-.up for three months i option of fine limes, with I so pleased I audience the Pait 2 of the MIDDUEBORO THE GAME Winnipeg, June S Middle boro, "M P for North arrived In the this morning and will Uke part in the anti recipiocitv campaign throughout-.the -west. PREOPITATION ,J, i MTTHISCITY June -Shows "Up'Well- Heavy Fall During Last Week Lethbndge and dlciilct appears to have quite a. sufficiency of rslri for. a" few days since the: heavy .toinfairof baturday nlghl Aid T Bowman In loirat the Hera'd that precipita- tion (rom 7.30 Saturday morning to 7 30 Sunday moralng laches doubtiWnv people who jaw the pools'of .water or the amount In msBhUib outside thought there wit more than that, but It whole lot of make an inch and meas- ured >by the amount foiled ih: the wash- dish out on the back stoop The to tal amount of rain week was-2.35, inches and month to date has' inches. That the rainfall haiA'aried-within' short distances is--siiown oy- the-var- iance ID figures given by.-Mr. Bowman- and by H Falrfield! the supeiin tendent-of the Experimental.. Farm, which Is about three east of the city He informed the Herald that the tola! precipitation for the month according io his measurements, and the instruments and: methods are; the same as used bv Mr Bowman, is S 34 inches or 11 inches more than fell in the city It in known Aat it baa islning heavily six or seiea miles out of tha city when there was none fall ing 'here, while times riltt was fillinx in the clt; and phone mes- sages to farms a few bi ought the information miles tbat out was falling there But rains of last week seem to have left no-land here untouched and ev ery acre for a hundred miles around report ed to have been thoroughly: soaked. The intense rain of Frldaj 'and Sat- urday did a lot of damage te ihe streets and a few private reajdenceej, mam of the cellars being Hooded The Hull block alto was damaged, particularly tbe'cellar at the coraer of the streets Tha sidewalk on Irrt avenue south had been left hollow and the'rain got in to a height of about'fourteen feet w hen the pressure became so, great that it broke in where the city-.pipes enter the building It carried in about twelve tons of dirt and raised the floor about three feet It has been estimated that tbe lots abijtit The rain underw ashed a number of streets particularly in the east enrl of the city and in Duff Addition One of the horses pulling a milk wagon] J Skhi All d ISM, directly of -the Klooi pcoible to unlM good shape. by ui demanaf, finlryim a raamaiaag 8kk Khau Mtioa Tetter, tbe blood, and its the syiiesi', yiil, Shingles, .Seurf, Erysraetaa, Itefcnf aid Burning Rashes, Ulcers, Sons, etc 'Miss Stella 'Eichel, MaWaod IMet. KS, wnta ".I have beao botharej with salt rheum, on my hands, fat tium it itched to I did not know what to do I tried everything bat nothing Memed to be any good. I heard of Burdock Blood Bitters aod bought two bottles of it, and now I earn perfectly cured and have no salt rhMBa. on ray bands any. more. "I cannot speak too highly of Burdoafc Blood Bitten Vl manufactured only by The T. MUbm Toronto. Ont. nt in about three feet on 10th south and the driver had a hard HaM to get it out Dr Crafg's hone went in on 14th street south' ng to such a depth tnat No S had to pull the borae out, in4 in doing ao nearly went in selves The streets looked all right hot soon as stepped upon, in they woalt go e- Superintendent' Seaman waa butjr all day yeeterdar putting sticks in Uat holes so that more would not tall in and today will till aa many sible. BALLOON LOST IN NORTH SEA Bremen, June W One o( four balloons which uvcended at Parti baturdav fell into the North the island of Juiat A -violent" atarm ailed at the time and 'the frail craft was carried out to persons were aboard her Two The other three balloons made landings on thll Beat Friscian coast A revenuy-boat wu tent out as toon aa to aid tbe distressed balloon hut later returned, having only empty .ballast bag, marked' R 70 G B, PLAYERS i gazettes ;