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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE '.HER ALP Friday, June V Sherlock Fire Proof Office Bldg. Seventh Avenue South CARDS OF OCCUPANTS FIRST FLOOR No. 1. L. C. TEEPLE Cholct Orocerlea, Frulta and Vegttablla. Phone 915 Store No. 2. JACKSON 4 COPE Druggliti and Phone 1232. Store No. 3. BRITISH AND COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. .Commercial and Dealen In Photographic Supplies. Phone 487. Store No. 4. DOW5LEY MULHERN LAND CO. (Succeaaors to Dowsley-Mc- Millan Uand Co.) City Real Estate-Farm Lands rhono 544........ 3S3. 'Real Estate and Loans. W. R. DOBBIN SECOND 101. A. R. E. SHERLOCK, Proprietor Offices and Safety Deposit Drawers tc Rent Phone 101 B-102-KM-106. COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Commercial: Photographers, importers and Dealers In Photographic Supplies Phone 103. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD. Alfalfa and Grain Growers Phone 1353 .i 105. JOHN R. PALMER Phone Suite 107. GEO. ANGUS .Snaps in Farm Landa L_ 109. CHINOOK COAL CO. J. C .Reid, .Mgr. Operating Lethbridge Mines, Northwest Diamond City. Phone C i t, e I i u K fc t. fa R it KO be tt tc g id ;a ti tr II to 'Is re m 111-115. STANDARD SECURITIES Real Eitate, Etc. Phone 117 and 119. DR. J. E: LOVERING Physician-Surgeon X.Rsy and Electrical Machine Phone 118 and 120. H. MACBETH AGENCY Real Estate. Insurance. Great Northern Ry. Stfamship Tickets. Phone 654. 201. E. E. CARVER Architect. Phone 205. DUFF 4 EDWARDS Civil Engineers and Surveying Phone 1436 W; M. Edwards, C.E.D., A.L.S. D. A. Duff, C. f" 211 and 215. R. E. McARTHUR (A. M.Can. Soc. C. E.) Civil Engineer. Plans, Surveys and Reports. Phone 211 and 21S. J H.M. W.A. WHIDDINGTON I Regd. Architects Phone Suite 217. ;r T.'W, CLARK Auditing, Bookkeeping and General Office Work 1 (Suite 217. fe WAbpfNGTON j Phone 426 Suite 210. CANADIAN RATE ADJUSTMENT CO. Send us your freight bills to check. There ia money In it for you. Phone 216 and 218.' OSTEOPATHY 1 B. Representing Ctairch, Sage, Mason Plummtr, at Calgary Phone. 1414, PRUDENTIAL 'INSURANCE-CO. OF AMERICA 'offlM'saO.. H. 1. Supt. I Elevator 7.50 to 6.10. Free ;'4" M There are no dead flies lying about when S WILSON'S 1 nv PADS I fflW are used as directed. All Drug- General: Dealers .J 'i'-r fo sell them. f THREE STOREY WAREHOUSE HERE A. Macdonald Co. is Ca ling for Tenders for Structure To coiuiileu! the lust Hub; in tti chain of wholesale houses ihctwi Kenoni and Vancouver, tlio A, Donald Co. will tills summer croct Hue three storey hrfck with basement on the property p chased last sprinK on Smith Btre Chapman, auditor of the oo pany. IB now in the city and wh lore lie Is culling for tenders for t j, and -Mr. MucDonnld himst will be in the city next week to co: plele ihe arrangemenis. The building will be situated on the lo formerly occupied by the Lethbridg Laundry Co., on the corner of Four: street and Fourth avenue. This ensures Lethbridge of tmotlv wholesale grocery business, and it understood that the company w] make tills the shipping point for tl whole of Southern Alberta and th Pass. The company will have nil wholesale houses when the one i Lethbridge is completed, situated i Ceiiom, Winnipeg, Moose Jaw, Sask, loon. Edmonton, Nelson, Ferine, Viii couver and Lethbridge. It is mor than probable that when the Letl bridge branch is opened Mr. MacDoi ltd will dispose ot his retail busines iere which is owned by him as a pr vate' concern. WORRIED ABOUT TOO MUCH RAIN Winnipeg, June ing the magnificent prospects lor th spring wneat crop of the Canadian Prairie west considerable anxietj was manifest around the Grain Ex change a few days ago on account o very heavy and continued rains o latter end of May and most 01 -lime, which threatened damage U grain on' low lying lands, especially this province. Kains in Saskatch- ewan, which now contributes .the. big- get pact oi the spring wheat yield :mve been more moderate and less in- sistent. The past week, however, las bficn mostly fine and dry in Man- toha, while cooler weather has con- tributed to the strengthening qi the plant, thus lessening danger of oss through the grain A small percentage of wheat on bot- ,oms has been drowned right out. but or the most part the condition of lie crop today is a good deal mori avorahle than it was a week ago Reports from Saskatchewan and Al fta still-continue on the top note optimism. Fall wheat cutting in he, latter province will begin vcrj oon and the yield of turkey red wil all records. CAUGHT AT BUFFALO Washington, June Lee, he missing naval paymaster's clerk- sot away from the battleship Georgia fith sent by the government p pay the men of the fleet in Cuban vaters. He broke open -the safe got four hours' start before ft was He was tracked from Flor- da to Canada, thence to Europe, nd; .back again to the United states. The navy department, .sot him through a girl with whom e. became infatuated in'Toronto. SKe old' her. brother and he told the de- a'rfment. He spent the money lav shly wherever he went and ..was ar- ested at .Buffalo with a part "of the noney remaining. ELECTRICAL WORKERS AND CITIES SIGN AGREEMENT Tort Arthur, June board of ncillation with 'the cities of Port Vrlliur and Fort William as one jiartj nd the electrical workers in the em- ley of both as the other party, has cached an agreement satisfactory to oth and signed by representatives ot 6th covering the dispute as to wages, hours and recognition of the nlon. H is heing today forwarded to le department' of labor at rom where the terms will be an- ounced. OTATO FAMINE IN SIGHT IN WESTERN CANADA Winnipeg. June IB a po- atoo famine in sight for all ot West- rn Canada (or at the present time otatoes are selling here at 11.7! nor iishel, cents being asked for le new crop Imported from 'the south. wo weeks, ago the wholesale nrlcn >r old potatoes, hero'ivas ninety cents er .biishel hut today It is to 1.110 with no supply. Under Hundred of Tons of Debris; Seven Dead Others Dying BuITalo, .June workmen were crushed to death, three of the injured died later ami sevea others arc seriously'iujured as the result of the collapse of the root and other portions of Buffalo water depart- dead who were working in the pit of the pump house are buried beneath hundreds of tons of steel, briek, ami mortar. The most of the injured were at work oil the roof, which was 300 feet long'and teet wide. About 200 feet of this fell in. The cause is not determined: it will he hours he- fore those'buried in the pump house he reached. They were installing micliinery fifty feet below of .lie first. Hour. One of the injured [lied ia the nmhlliance and two others it, the hospital. Others of the injured ire expected to die. FOR 25 YEARS Wl Urn Mmtail Of Sinili Cirri Ly A GUIDE TO ORANGE VOTERS Winnipeg, Man., June The 3. L. Grand conclude ti Us con- cntion iliis. morning by adopting the lililartt Protestant platform iiECpiir- (I hr (lie special committee appoint- SAKNU, ONT., Feb. 5th, 1910. "I have been a sufferer for the 'J5 years with Constipation, Indigestujn and Catarrh of The vStomtich. I tried many remedies nml iimny but derived-no tKMicfit whatever. Finally 1 ndvcrtisciticnt of 1 decided to give trial nnd found they did exactly whnt was cUiiued for them. 1 have now taken and find that they are thit only remedy thai does me RIXKI. 1 have recomnitfiided to a great many of my 1 cannot praiie fruit tablets too JONKS WILL RUSH THE Adams Makes an Important and ing .Statement ;im getting; sick of .waiting" to ;oi this.; '-jiiiblicV improvement .sjijd.'.. Mayor' Adams 'lliis "aiid''.on Monday.'inorniiig we lioinij at' it" for certainly. Everything tins gone' against- us- this i .In spite of all we could do Cod Lifer Oil With the Oil Out A TikiHli for Ffc.r Skill Oil from the liver of the eotl-fish ho been used a preveritative of distast mil and a restorative for agei. Mayor Adams Makes an swai 11 opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Lwfc Oil was the grtajy, oily pan itself ionly being the unpalii- table, liihy taste of the oil. 'Prom'the first expcits have been try- Ing lo Iml nwins.tWniake'il-more pala- table. They' "cut" it iU in'.wine--flavor it wilh lenion to get awav from llhat abominable.fishy, tastt aiid Loti of people still lake it in Emul- lion form, which I more, than "cbtiraeil'''. .up-ibut still oily auil strain wvtlie digestion. Doctors Used was ihe oil itself that ,'biiili up; the were. sloyr.tQ: find out 'thit.'the'.oil was a we were delayed in .getting the plans distinct dnjwSuck lo'uhe .medicinal p'riu- and speoiticiilions fur the work, tJien.j piples.coniiiiiejl in it." ilelaycil in getting the money liylmvs! passed, and now on top of it all I out'of order.' s comes this delay in Retting onr city; A'way lias now been discovered to do engineer here. It'B enough'to turn a' the smell, and j I yet retain all the medicinal nronp.nics raiin grej-htMM: of by-rertdving "Hut we are going at it now, and the fresh oil from .the'.new'livers.- The will push it through as lone as' we, theil'rettiKcd to Iht (oim of an extract like beef extract." Nral's-Cod is simply this liver extract [combined with an ex- Thousands now use Thousands more will try Frmt-a-tives" after reading the above letter. It proves, beyond the shadow-of a doubt, that at last there is a cure for Constipation, and Stomach Troubles. "Frmt-a-tives" is Nature's cure for these diseases, being rnadeoffnlit juices and valuable tonirs 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, a5c. d for its preparation. High officers At dealers, or sent on receipt of price by Fnut-a-tives T.iinited, Ottawa. the organization sa? that this latforni marks a decisive forward tcp in the promotion and disseimn- tion of the propaganda peculiar to "c Orangemen of British North-Am- ica. 'i'he committee siilmTittcci a cclaration as a guirto to tire..raem- :rs .of the association for the cxcr- so of the franchise in federal elec- ons, its main points being as foi- w.s (1) The enlirD separation 'of lurch and state. (2) Opposition to iy interference of the Dominion. Two young men were burned to and three others injured by an plosion and fire at a boathoiisc on ong Lake, Mihri. STARLAND The coolest place .in town has one of the most suitable programs ever witnessed for the week-end change. "The Return of is ous Indian production, full of sensa- tional and exciting incidents, which is sure to please the many patrons who will visit the ever popular theatre. This picture is produced by the fam- ous Bison Co., of America, make a specialty of this class of picture, and is well seeing. Other pictures o( a high-class standard, including two roaring comedies, will be shown, and complete a very appropriate pro- gram. can this fall. It should have been half done by now and we must try to'mako up for lost time. There are'! tract-of malt 'and healing wild cherry, lot, of men in ttoclly, and on .Mon- flay morning at eight o'clock you will scfi a large force at work Icnring- up I-builds .up-tl thu Call-Park (or the improvements fliprc.' Tliat is'lhe Virst work ivliich lie The city will imt. in the storm sewers there first of all, mil then the (lighting system and walks. If possible, we will get It all finished by August, so that it can srciiort this tall. The engineering start has bcen.husy getting the lev- els and everything is ready to ge ahead Liver Compound .a, .-delicious the systeni, and makes you Take it when you- feel yourself losing your grip. It's a pleasure to iven.the.cliMitn Get a bottle to-day and ward off LOCALBUDGET Norman Link will leave tomotrow or Calgary, where he spentl a cw days.. A. M. flutit, htanager' of the A. Macdonalrf Co., who resigned his po- ition some time ago, leaves for Cal- gary tomorrow, where he has accept- d another position.. There will be -a' Dominion "Dance in the K. pf P. hall this evening. NTecrI- hnm's orchestra will supply the nrusic arid supper will be served at mid- night.. In the District. Court this morning Judge Winter, heard a part pi ihe cases hrpught hy the Rogers-Cunning- because he kaows all about it. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG 4 BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 4 CO. .JACKSON COPE 'w. P. J. ALEXANDER UETHBRIDGE One for everyday ham .Lnmhcr Co., 'under the Mechan- ic's Lein Act aeaiusV W. L. Cutrie, NTichol, ;thc I. Co., W. L. and the Molson's Bank. The case wasiiot finished. J.' N. Ritchie, of Johnstonc Ritchie, for the plain- 11. W. of Conyhcare, Church McArthtir, For the A. R. .fc 1, Co., anil A. Fi. Dvinlop, of Shep- herd Dunlopt: for Wilson. GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 1 Auction Sale of Lots in the Townsite of MIRROR THE DIVISIONAL POINT ON THE CALGARY EDMONTON LINE TUESDAY, JULY 11th, 1911 SPECIAL TRAINS composed of Sleeping and Dining Cars LEAVE WIN- NIPEG 8 a. m., MONDAY. JULY 10th, 1911, and LEAVE EDMONTON TUESDAY, JULY 11 th at 9 a.m., making close connections vyith all branch lines ONE FARE ROUND TRIP, GOOD TO RETURN TILL JULY 13th Write or Wire for Berth. Reservation! and all Particulars Easy terms.: one-tenth down, ten per cent on August I, 1911, and balance in four equal payments, 9 and 12 months. No Interest" and No Taxes till 1912 Your Chance to See the Western Country and Look Over the Towiuite at Small Cost V Transcontinental Townsite Co.> Ltd. p WINNIPEGue Land Commissioner G. T. P. Railway Union Station WINNIPEG ;