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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 2fi, THE TjETTtBKIPq K 1TEKALD PageS ELLISON'S OUR BEST" FLOUR'.iiiiy makes (lour seenrbest. The answer will bo VItat it Is Ihe flour which lialies the finest braid-and'cukes with least amount of trouble'anil 'That m'sans this flour. Send for a "T ........sack today and test It for yourself. m Milli hg and Elevator Co. r LETHE RIDGE, RAYMOND AND-MAGRATH HELD SERVICE CRITICAL OFWCMflN'oLIFE From 40 io SOTeaia of Age. in Safetyj So. C. for ayear dur- ing the Change of Life 1 was all run town... I was really ,00 w cak to walk and was irery despondent and''thought I was going to die, but af tfcr Lydm E Fml ham's Yegeta blej Compound and Blood Purifier my heffjth and strength returned. lam very thinkful to you and praise yourmedicine I have advised several women who suf- fered as I did to try your remedies You may, publish, this! if Mrs. PAVID .Ffouth .TrYeilington, .Isfandi .B, 'C. No other medtcme'l'orwoman's illshas aaeh-wide Fpread and unquah- :fied endorsement.' Weknowof no other medicine which has rauch a record of sue cess as hae Lydia PihkhaiiiIs.Vegeta- ble Compound Foj more than 30 years it has been the staridard remedy for wo- man's ills such as inflammation, ulcera- tion, tumors, irrejujarities, periodic 'paiins and nervous; prostration, and we {believe it is unequaJled for women dur ing the peiiod of dfiange of life It' you bare tJke Hliglitest donlH that Lidia E.Finklium's ItleCompound will helpjou, write WITH THE SOLDIERS AT CANARY CAMP Calgary, June Stiuadcon, with Us 87 men, 11 charge of Majoi II It Blown, is btill keeping Up its rccoitl ot the past two Iu- spcttion bj ColoiiL 1 Grmkshank and incinbeii ol the staff, of the lines, made on Saturday and all had" wopds of c'diiinVendatioii foe our Hie >rlost bt uitiTiil v> eather has caused tliis encampment so far to. be ;L very enjoyable one, permitting side of with the, -31st vieton, in LPison, OUL ler, put "lown kinds VI baseball K 2drd walked ofi a score of 13 to 3 dttnt j esterdaj (confidential) Lynn, Your loiter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, held in strict INDUS-TRIAL COMMISSIONER Saftkateon, June -A. Bell 'who up to the -present time hasjboen and raapager of the 'hoard of trade in is tlie man., and he -to Saskatoon to his new. duties as industrial .commissloB'er on July .15 at a salary of a year, Bad Blood------------ is the direct and inevitable result of irregular or constipated bowok and clocged-up kidneys and The undtgetted food and other waste mat- tar which is allowed to accmaulatc poisons the Mood and the whole Dr Mow's Indian Root Pille act directly on the bowels the kidneys, inc them ease and strtngth to properly mter the on the openiqg'up the For pure blood good health take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills againjii large odds. Another match it, arranged 101 1 hursdaj with A maiirfrom Ihe 701st. On Sunday evening a short sor? held in the-mess tent. Ma- jor Biovrii the some good fcpuchcd on docttuie, andjstat- id Ins appreciation for presence of Col Kemmib and others, bon OLed M0" their al hymns were Kiuig, also a .quartette bv A. B. Cure and others. fjlie geiieial health of the men is good and only one accident was_ re- ported, Frank Rich, of Magrath, had his collar hone broken by his horse falling with him, but: is progressing nicely under the efficient care; of-the hdspital corps He up to the Jines yester'day, much to the surprise and sitisficwon of Ins w hof were delighted to sec Tiim The officers of tlie "squadron are ivrajor IT. B. Brown, Capt. Wm.- G. Lieutenants B K May, A. B. Wd61f, ;J. W..Card, Sqd. Ser- geant-Major R. Devoaish, Quarter Master Sergeant Gerald Brown, .Ker- nel Sergcanfc A P Saddler Ser geant Cure, Troop St-rgeanib A. Brlggs-antl "A. DavidJ son The cooking ii, abl> done hv Olscn arid -I. Pr he nlso took in-finite pains to car- v out Ihe character of tho work, and do as good a job as was possible till the materials intrusted U) Him. i Jaimuv. .1t FIELD BERRIES ARiyiPENIN AND ULLEJ HUNTERS ARE E PECTING- BRUIN 'TO COME WITHIN-GUNSHOT Lille, June and Mrs. Sea are away for Vvislt to'Nelson. Mr Searl' Is expecting 'to be away for mouth or-more.- Charles Hewitt, the tipple boss was up over Sunday. Tho smoke from, a valley north here, caused quite a' little specul lion, until investigation proved to como from a camp of .the Stoiie Indians, who are sojourning up ther fishing, hunting, etc. Arthur Williams has returned horn from his college bourse in Scuttle. Frank Owen is visiting friends her Frank is now located at Corbiu wi't P. Burns Co., Mr. Ivans' famous bUcjcskin broncho. Mr. and SUrs. have wo ;d fronr Ljlle where M Beteronia 'wHl, in the Fran mine. The Lille closed for th season. nMiss' Blodwin "Evans, Mis Keith, Miss Harold Keit and iArthiir" Fabro- have gone to Bla.ii more, where theyj take the examina ions. L. Lenarddn 'atid-G; Salvadore p from .Saturday night until Mondaj morning, visiting ;old friends. Robert Evans Arthur to Blairniore his (Monday) morning. Joe Quintilio, whose folks reside ire, was up visiting for a few days oe is now .employed by.the C. P. R Cranbrook, Frank Wright rode'over to Belle ue on Mon-day morning, expecting to return the same night. Dominique Serra from Coleman, is up'ou business matters Nic Desanti has been spending dajs in Frank and Blah-more, Miss Hughes, has been ill. is somewhat improved, arid is able to get outside under the shade trees. John Williams' bro'the'r. Arthur Wil liauis; the well-known Alberta travel ler, was visHing. here Saturday and Sunday to a 'baby girl oh Sunday morning. Two Hindoos made .Lille a-visit, on night.-.. They, were quite a strange sight> iip'here, -and only stay, ed a few- hours, as up their minds the too "high for -them. She first men of that race, :who. have ever been'seen here. Comperino and--: wife .drove down to Frank on Saturday C. E. Hihelihe_ discovered' a bear's den on Wednesday.1 "He could 'hear sounds of some kind vdf .life in. 'but' as 'the opening" was, very low, he decided that''discretion-was the better part of valor He is non organizing an go up'and smoke them out H. G. SpinkaJs pick ed as the hero up and starlt the fire-In. the very ja'ws of-dan- ger, at the entrance of the cave Dr. Gillesple ,has gone to Pincher Creek for .a day's visit. The coyotes are very numerous aroun-d Lille these days, one .pack of over fifty .having been seen.'on Sun- day night. The wild strawberries" are ripening now, and in a -few days it will be no trouble-to go out along, the mountain' slopes and pick the hat-full These ripe' strawberries will also bring down the bear, and they conse quently will be found more acces- sible places. A party of three climbed to'the top of Goat Mountain on Thursady. They reported plenty of bear -and deer .evidence, of'the game itself.- They made the descent on-the The New Perfection Oil Cook-stove Suits Everybody It suits the moit exactbg French chcf.f It nits the housewife, fc is found in luxunoui orapST-in humble cily hotnei. Everybody.uses it; everybody Iitet it. It is the all-round dove for ill the year round. It b'atei, bioJs. roatti and toasts as coal range. It ii equipped with a special heating plate, and we sell the New Per- fection oyen. brouer, toaster, and pancake ipeoaDy de-A i aigned for use with the _r .ml u ml B1 m Oil Cgok-stcvT All dealers vtt the itove. It finjilicd in' rJctel, wtth lop, drop towel etc., Lwij en- tmrled turquouc-blue. Made wtth I, 2 of 3 Free Cook- Book with every ttotw. Coolc-Book given to anyone lenA'nf 5 corti to cover nuuliog THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited Coieman side of the and oie to Lille hy the of'th'e'Bbse raiLch, arriving: home, at 7.30 p.m. The fishing season will be open on uly 1, and a good towns non are making preparations.for the rand op'enlng. lentiful as they are. :lu': .the'Hace "orse Creek this aeaaon, and It un urpasaed on, the. continent _for: fish- ng and for magnificent scenery. MORE PRISON ROOM NEEDED R MCLEAN is A ERECT- i ANOTHER JAlL: Galgarj, I tine 2h mvesu- e provincial jail atjLethbrldge and inadequate accommoda- on for prisoners has been 1 oi bv peace f ofilcurs roiighout Albecta for the past lew eckt, lion A J; McLean, proun 1 secretan, is in Cajiarj Vhilc Mr "McLean is not pre pared to state whether it TV ill be found necessan to build a new ]ail in the province, he is well m touch with the situation, and says that some action mil he taken V the govern- era ment to relieve the situation. "The building at Lethbridge can ft bnngi Good Luek Bik- ing day of a biking i pun, Bnt it from any Injurijtui t? t Best" it It 11 known by good Aak your grectr for it today. he said "Thu will be West- he said, "but as Vut I am BENT ON FIGHTING CASE, Ste Scholastic, June not m a position to say whether this petition of' Mr Andre Fauleaux, Con- lull be done or whether new jail be built at some other point in Genual or northern Vlherta, Mr Aid can is vetv optimistic re- garding the crop situation lie him- self Ins several large tracts of land under cultivation in the Pincher Creek and Taker districts, and says that in the south the wheat is artvwhere from] two to foui. s in advance oE the heat at this time in 1911; is looking for big ciops, and I think even one is going to set Bervative candidate m Tito Moun- tains at the last General Election, utc lug for the annulment of Mr J A. Ethierm' election In September lut, rejected with this mominf, bj Judges fioMdanx and Mr Kthier was elected by tion, OWHIR to the in UIB nomination 'papers of opponent, Mr Faufceaux imniedilafcely no- tice of of, appeal to tba, Supreme Court, and forv such appeal will be completed on 27th. inst. j The Paint That Is Easiest To Apply is surely the paint you ought to buy when there's anything you want to paint M-L Pure Paint spreads so evenly and easily that it satisfactorily covers more surface than most other paints. s MFay) II Id PURE PAINT Beit You Can Buy leaves the imootheit, (lot sir es. takes the teut puint to do good job. Weirs longest, too. Any surface it covers will not need re-pumtmg for the longest possible time. That's why If-L Pure Paint is by far the most you can buy. Try it. Note the clear, clean colors the beautiful gloss it gives Only purest ma- terials and skilful inwinf can make paint like that! HS exception.! dauWHty. of M-L Puint il due to iptcul in. .gradient which we alone hsvt tewfltd how to mix with other to puint that ia not eatily affactad by tremea of or You f at the bif geat monty worth in M-L Pure Painta. Hide In 17 t.iler. lor ill mint br lmp.n.1 V.rnlih Color Co., iiir.ind, Torento. PLAT WALL COLORS to obtain pleatfnf and artiitic treatment of walla and cellinf a. Bait for ip-to-date itencl! unitary, waahable, durable, very economical, II ahldca. Eaally applied. Full with m Sold HART Late Larimer i Hart ;