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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 28, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD NI tody Utterly Ccvmd WKk "BOILS." Nn Jota H: 'King, Johniton, K.B., i vritw "Lut mmmer I wan very mueb tnubM wth my luet and body ww litirijly, then) 1 A friMd (idviMd Burdock Blood Bitten I bottlw, ind I Ukwi all the fir.t one ray Iff daw out of Iwt one when they t! dlMfvfind Mj husband hu Bwdoek Bleed with raurb Boill In not a danger- but ilill, at time, in Thm an'cauud byj bad.btoed, and to got rid o! to puf the blood in (pod. million, >and for (hm purpow equal that old and Btifrfock Blood Bittm Mnirfactund only by The T Hilbm fit; Tonnto, Oat. GOOD TERMS MADE WITHCN.R. (Continued from H L Taiibe, the Cilgtr) opticnn is in, Macleod_ today and has -mjde rtngf merits nitti Messrs A Young .Co., to visit Ma61eod once'i.manth and, open a branch ofhce in Wound's Store J F Rogers, uho has one of the best gardens in this is this showing stiawlierlfes which hai'e been gioin in his girden and which aip npct and readj to t Mr Rogers lias quite n Ten strawberry uhith been CIRCLED OVER NIAGARA FALLS June 28 Jlak the ipotit daring flight of his car the n'ost daring in MIL history Uncpjn Hcache; tlie' bjl'Iornia'aijalor starting [rom i "field ,m Buflalo, rose to a height of 3, feet, circled Kails, made a swoop down .the totge, almost touching the wtter-ai he thp cataract and through tlif mist rising there- from, patwi) under the upper steel arch of'the tyMjlfe and then lose from iMdliii on the Uinadlaii flight, which othei as. suicidnl, uas tbojisands nl [iscinated won tlip Inter nipopnl Ciinivjl jinzc 01 Si, 0011 HIS INSIGNIA field Manhal giown outside, and although (he ber- ries .arc a little smaller, than the Htiiish -Columbia berries the) taste iust 'as good. SpeeiaKSeHien of Supreme Court There is d special sittings of the' Supreme Court being held Sere thiii k, which will last until Frnlai or .'I here are n OiLie whoset hu? haiifi is jtil at. I_os in tconnection with the Times djnsnnjt- Mip oiitnge refuses evidence eiore the Winnipeg sinking him) trustees re tiui-if (ha) iniesumrnts dining the a prqfit of 37 in HH Re0ma v (listnctt is llinti inchts highi a thousand farmers in hrtj 1 T i fanner neai and Ont acting as a delectne, got- a watch rrom Thomas ui thp police cells to get hiro ai meal He the watch untH ar rested, 'G M M B P Socialist memhei in Ihe legislature, af Montieal statetl thai aic in Canada Capt F hargciHurrj- hlp intl S Sicpro, a laboier then lues in an explosion oil on th' hiree at OnUTh baizes ind a 'tug were burnerl Loss the less heated atmosphere 0 and Miss Maggie Lee attended the mutual impiotement conference at Salt Like Cit% as the rppiesentatnes of the Young Ladles' Mufti 1 association of the Alberta Stake Afies Lee has been attending school for nlra'ost'a year past. rjiftj or sutj pftQpl.e were injured In tbp a at Kdnard Pirk, iDVpleasure resort oh Isle Cios nefti Montreil The tthaif acoe j-6 the ferrv fo takejthera back to Mont Jieen repoited HE THE HERALB i In renentnit his subscrlp (ion to the Diily Herald B K.. Manitoba, sasa I am van much Intel, H ested in Iho future of beth bridge and assure von that your edition of the Herald Is ier> Instructive, and a [inner that the of Lethbiidgc should (be proud to claim Imperfect Kidney Action Rheomatism Rhfumitism with its kindred ailments Neck, Kcunlgu, etc, uutlly results from lodgments of uric acid in the joints' and muscles 1 Mow the chief function of the kidneys is tfj properly filter this poison from tht bipod t f Only when tliey tail to do this r Rheumatism probable Jtulney weakness starts in waji A sudden chill after freely sometimes settles in the kidney: or an unusual strain may cause it Poisons which should be filtered oul of the system are pumped back into the blopd, causing Unc Acid, the real cause of Kheumatism Lumbago, Wry Neck, etc SALARIES OF TEACHERS RjSE Ladies to Receive Mini-i mum of New Kindergarten Class Reed Street Extension Tn the early stages Nyal s Stone Root Compound wul stop it iVilI start vour Udnejs working prop- erly so that the Uric Acid is reabsorbed elmnnated v goes jour Rheumatism with it Pfhaps these earl} naming twmgr' hniSi. passed unheeded, and'your Rheu- matjsm has become'deep seated. all in knots a it were fhcn you'll need Nyal's Rheumatic Cure: t Ask your own dmggTst about these remedies 4 His opinion n "worth whilt. Sold by _ HU6 A BOOK CO. t> HlGtNBOTHAM A CO. ,'VJACKSON A COPE w. P. J.IALCXANDER LETHBRIDGE OM for Claim for Compensation High School Will be Altered Tile female teachers of the public schools Vwlll.-after "the New Year celve an increase a year above what they are'now: getting, In addi- tion to the lefeuial' scheduled in ciease undei the present Ecale Thia the decinion reached W the Boaid at a special meeting held laid The board has done thltj because of the facf that many valu- able' teachers" :are .being lost, on ac- count of the larjer being paid in other cities.' Under the'new sched- ule'thei will start ?t 1700 pel annun, and the miMiium be J9no as at plesenl being reathod in >earc nstead of eight as at nreEoul It was decided also to open.another iindprgaiten class at the Cenha.1 km dergarten, be held m the afternoon The board will adiertiso second'- teacher to take charge of this class As G H Van Allen 'at present teaching Standard IV i! to >e promoted to a ormclpalshlp when he Fleetwood School is onened after the Bummer holldni, the board nil! for mother male teacher for his class at a Mian of per annun The lesignjtion of Hiss Me Gurk was receiied and accepted Reed Street Extention Claim In connection With'the Reed street extension which will take 66 feet oft -he. southern side .of .the school site, AY C Ives, the boards solicitor present He was instructed to jrepare1 the, board's claim for compen-1 sation from tie rity on the basis o! ;100 per lot foi lhe amount of the foi the street, nhich is some 7 5K lots or 5G 715 thin eing considered the ralue of properb n that A lettei was recened from R D ]hadwick piovmcial superintendent neglected and delinquent children leph to the boards lequest thaC e explain win he nude certain state lents to the pie's reeaiding tuiancj i the citj befoie reporting the same o the hoard Mr Chadwick paid that e did nof make these statements to le pi ess as renorted, but he did make nillar statements fo Thief Gillespie nd Adams He did not answ the .boards (inesfion The lettei as leferred1 to Supt Hamilton K 'P Wallace new ly'elected iiEtee been dulj into 'lie- was appointed to the chaiunan lip'oO the suppii committee whic: ositloifnas held bj the late G H ohnston. i petition" signed a numbei 01 teacheis asking that schoo lOJlri not be resumed until Septem was recehpd and filed Sam JoneSj Janitor of the Westmlli asked leave of absence om Jillv 5 to 19, and his request was anted. _, Many There were sr applications: for the nitorship of the Fleetuood school I of-vthem to.the.chair an of the sites and building com ittee to selecj the best three from nch the board will make its selec m .at. the-next regular meeting, on I) 5 The chairman of the sites and b'uild: ng committee, Dr. Stewart, was auth- 1 7 tt 11 ISe COMPLETE PICTURES SUMMER EXCURSIONS m cin round trio ricur'iou lukeU at (rent I v retJi everyday utiti1 to placf in EASTERN CANADA either via all vjasteitner bciWMD Fort William Sound. B MAGNIFICENT STEAMSHIPS S ilmj from Fort pverj Suntla> Tue-1 i, TliiK dw Friday and "S ou t. n also purcliMQ round trip cxcumon ticket at crea'ly reduced fates day ml Scpiemln-r 30 to all p mcip't pi ces on ttie PACIFIC COAST uni j-ou an opportunllj to visit tho re orti in in IlpckiM, Uftc Lotitx Field Glacier eri aliened at all points nccfiurj to lew the tcenen jt ihotraln StfttMlaid and Sleeping aod Dlnlnf Can on all trains, affording tiic saniforis oE faces and tickets apply! tn any CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY TICKET AGENT o -ante to R G. McNElLLIE, District Pusfiiger Agfot, CaJgiry, FISHER ENTERS LIBEL Toronto June 27 L Fisher of and onn 4 er of the of 4 Alta, has taken action again 4 Bt' the Toronto i'Saturday 4 NMght to for 4 alleged libel The -article 4 complained or appeared two 4 weeks ago and criticized the 4 operations of Mr. Ifuher. In 4 connection w itJi the promo 4 tlon. of Stirling f 4 brized the ground'around, the the trees at Central bcnool c vated at once. Alter High School Building of a special committee to report on the tion'of'the high-ichopl, presenfftd his report, a report from ,1; Bradshawy of, the Win. Head Co., which.-, si id- that the ventilation could he made..very .satisfactory, with some small-alterations, their being pracil- caHy'no ventilation there now, due (o faulty arrangement of the system that had been installed when the school was' built. The chairman of the siies and building; have these changes and ivha ever other .repairs1 necessary mada. Meatfoa. of. Cadets A meeting-of the cadets will he oill ed for next Friday evening nt 7.30 to consult with, the .hoard regarding the selection of a uniform. Dr. Stewart was authorized to arrange with VY, S. ;'iliner to .tnk'e-charge of cadets intl Iho plnsiral fnmittrtion in (he schools; Smitli Wjlson. tlio owes! .tenderers, glyen .t.lic n- i set, for laMn? m.iple floois in tha msemeht. at Westminster Scho6.i; and W was gi'.cn the contract, for the and otto- el repairs called for m the tlons foi Central, aijd Ballej stieet schools his tender le, ing the lowest at The sites biifliimg committee will leport on the manua1 tremmt school huildmg at the next regular meeting PROTEST AGAINST THE DECLARATION London June 26 A J four spoke todai it .1 great non- meeting of protest the Declaridon of I on don stai and noi wos ger of tins; tountij The the enemies' poueis but the rirclaritlon was in tended to hamppi the right of anj? HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL, RCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEM Under the direction of tei-s of the, Holy Names o' and Marj, T First Claet Boarding aod School Primary and Grm Grades State Aceredltad High School Advancfld- Noqul Couree of Two Tetri accredited bv the State of. DiplomiB conferred. Mu- sic and Art Studio Write to Sifter Superior for Book, Spokine, aril (iifctincth iliminiBh the poir-' of counrei attack which Britain rcised in the paSl A resolution to lolloping cfTect carried, "1 hr (ifclatalion tenoush pressure had afeamsl (h? empire's rficps her commercial intereita anjUgraxcH thteatens hei; fqod sup- rower an block plj" m case ol war A True Saying! Arc You Building? your paper for >our M4? bt.oiretul f-: You'will benefit Mr mini good papvr. THAT'S JUIILtlf; PEERLESS SHEATHING ll tlto good We f ill be pltaied to mill samples on ro> .qUest.: Trade only supplied. Merrick- i -f- Anderson Co. Mlkcri. r: ;