Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HB MONDAY, JUNE. 29, HEADACHES ALMOST DROVE HER WILD UltA Ftliii'll Adiisei! Her To ifnilt-a-tins" NEMfBURY, ONT., May agth. 1913, "About years ago, I was iii a dreadful condition, weak and hardly'able to walk up stairs. Weakness peculiar.tai women was the chief trouble, I had Headaches that almost drove me ivild, and iHost distressing constipation. I took inauy dollars' worth of medicine from tile doctors without atiy good tesulis; A iifelgiibbr advised me to take "Fruit- they proved to be the best medicine I aild the only medicine to do nie any good. Today, I feel as a young girl, and-am able to go about iny .household duties as usual. My health is. splendid and "Fruit-a-Uves" Jlss. WM. CR1M. 5ocab6xj6 for trial size, 250, 'dealers or from Fruit-t-tivea Limited. Ottawa. WORKMEN ENGAGED IN EMPLOY- MENT UNDE-R LAKE MICHI- GAN, HAD NARROW Miiwaiikec, .June lives of twenty-live laboring men were im- perilled this forenoon while working %on a new intake water tunncr feet from shore tinder Lake Michigan, an to be due to an accumulation'-of supposed to have been ignited by a spark from a drHlj.. occurred 'rwentjHme ofJ the workmen were being serious. The tun- iiel is being constructed by a firm of Chicago contractors and the, accident is said to the first one ex- perienced by, them. .took place about 050 feet from shore and about feet underground. t SOME STUNT Medicine Hat, Alta., June- Morrison, a local architect, was shot ill rough th'ij checks by his who was practicing siipbtihg cigarettes out of the "victim's" teeth. Several teeth 'were'Unbelted out. He wag not otherwise injured. o .j. CORONATIQN CflAIlt IN-WESTMINSTER AttBEY Under' exploded a bomb, breaking the historic Stone of This is tho most, frimous relic of prehistoric days m the Britlsn Empire 'For centuries .the atpiie lurnished a throne for Scottish Kings on tl-o flay their coronation: It remained in Scotland until captured Ed- ward the First of-England to London, where it has remained ever It was spcciffllv mentioned in the Act or Union, between Scotland and Eneland and .under law no. British Kins can reign unless 'he is crowned upon the sacred 'fltoiie. LAKE STEAMERS COJ.UP.E Kingston, Ont. Sine steam- el1 Alexandria on her way from' King- ston to Charlotte; Allied' on the- lake about two o'clociivthis, the steamer wood. The two steamers'did not come to- 'gether very haritrand1' Buttered out slight damage, aaVtotk..were to proceed on Querida. was on her way from intlcofsti. Island to Thorold. THE UNFORTUNATE MR. 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With Wine (Red or O-T added to wines (red or white) intensifies their good qualities and greatly -improves their distinctive types and flavors. O-T and sherrj is a splendid appetiser, while O-T and port fa the best dinner wlno. With Water (Cold or O-T diluted With water (hot or fold) specially valuable for those who do not drink aerated as O-T ad'Ifi a Wte flavor that satisfy thf: jjalato. The beneficial' of this drink and Its ticonomical cost make It most desirable. PARKER Carnival Shows At Lethbridge Fail1 THE OIL RIIKf PROMINENT CALGARY MAN 'BLAMED FOR SALE OF OIL STOCK AT BIG PRICE Aid. Jefi Davidson of the city of Regina, was in the city yesterday I visiting his brothers, T. R. Davidson o! the Davidson Metal Co., and Roy R. Davidson, cl the law firm of Cony- jtcare, Church, McArthur and David- j son. I Aid. Davidson is in Alberta loott- i ing into the stockyards proposition, i and visited Calgary for. a couple of days. He is a firm believer in Vice- President Ijury's advice: that it is high time the cities had given up the foolish notion of trying to trans- plant hothouse industries from the oast to Western cities, and that, in- stead, the municipalities should turn their attention to helping the farm- ers make the best of their land. Sas- katchewan is not taking a back seat as the premier wheat province of Canada, he says, but they are begin- ning to realize that there is some value in livestock, too. I It is likely that on Aid. Davidson's return to Regina their industrial i commissioner will be turned loose on the problem of helping the farmer, i Mr. Davidson is quite taken with tile j Lethbridge and North Battleiord pol- icy of extending credit to the farm- ers to help them buy livestock. Livestock in Saskatchewan is in- creasing rapidly. This fall Lieut.- Oovernor Brown will bring in 8000 sheep to distribute among the farm- ers of the district and another frina man will bring in '-'A [farmer on every quarter section, each one with as many livestock as he lean handle" should he the West's new i motto, says the Regina alderman. Calgary, June 29. In the early hours of Saturday morning Frank Rose, oil manager of the Marceau Brothers' jewelry store on Eighth avenue east, was arrested on a charge of obtaining- by false pretences from Vernon Knowlcs, edi- tor of the Black Diamond Press. The arrest of.this well known citi- zen was an aftermath of the strike rumors at the McDougall-Segur well on Friday evening last, when excite- ment ran wild throughout the city, when the news spread around tile oil offices. It is alleged that Rose wrote an official intimation that the Mc- Dougall-Segur had'Ktruck oil on the Blackboard at tlie store of Marceau Brothers, where he runs an oil brok- erage office in connection with his jewelry business. On the strength of this, Mr. Knowles says he paid the high price of S15 for 20 Piedmont Pe- troleum Products. Co., Ltd., .shares, which were the next morning selling for 20 cents a share. Whose ipromollon to (he British Cabinet has Iii liis failure to uecure a seat'either at Brolhnnl Green or Ipswich. The result of' tlis latter even a characteristic tirade by Mr. MaBtorinaii's great friend and chief, Mr. Lloyd George, was unable to avert, camq as a smashing blow to the government. At the time of. writing it is rumored that Mr. MaXtfsrman may resign his cabinet appointment to still HID hungry cries of other, impor- tunate olftcpseekers. f The Natural Way to Health OCEAN LINER ASHORE Passengers Numbering 1016 Were Landed Safely Today Londonderry, Ireland, June on board the Anchoc liner Cali- fornia, which went ashore Inst night on Tory Islund, during a dGUBe fog, were successfully transferred today to the Donaldson liner Cassandra, and a small coasting steamer, without loss of life. Tho trows of several British torpedo boat destroyers assisted in the operation of transferring the pas- sengers. The California lies in a precarious position on the rocky coast, -but it is expected that she will be floated as soon as fino -weather sets In. The cre'W remains on board although the water. has penetrated three of her holds. Three Jiundred of the uassen- gerfl of the California, whose destina- tion was Ireland, were landed this morning. Leduc, Alta., June at- tempting lo negotiate a railway crossing about 10 miles south of here two fanners, Earl Hunt, aged 50, and Fred Grams, aged 30, who were driv- ing in a buggy, were struck by a northbound C. Pt. R. train on Satur- day afternoon. Grams was killed in- stantly anil Hunt expired shortly af- ter being taken into Leduc. SENSATIONAL CHARGES AGAINST KENDALL Quebec, June that the story submitted, lo the Empress of Ireland wreck commission by Cap- tain Kendall and officers of the Icat llnor was false, that the 'present head- Ing of tho sunken hull proves the Storstad's owners contentions as to how; the collision took place, and that Captain Kendall of the Empress, un- nerved by the appearance of the col- lier after his steering gear had broken flowii, lest, his head, formed the main part of an address made this morn- ing by Counsel Haight summing for the collier's owners. He attempt- ed to show that the collier was-not to blame for the collleslon, which was caused solely by tlio Empress being stopped directly In front oE the path the Storfltad. Hie speech lasted four hours. THE CANADIAN KEDDI1D HOLDERS FOR RAPID COLLECTION This group of Canadian boys and girls broke all existing records when they collected in one day, the proceeds of a home-made candy bazaar. The money goes toward the Fresh Air Fund of a well-known Canadian daily newspaper and will give 40 poor children a fortnight each in the country. THE BAR IN NOVA SCOTIA BANISH Halifax, N.S., June in- teresting temperance election was held in. Nova Scotia today 'when four counties in which the Canada Temperance Act (the Scott act) was in force voted for its repeal, with the result that for Nova Scotia the Temperance Act goes auto- maticnlly into forca in those counties. The counties -voting were: Pictou, Cumberland, Klnga and Hants, and the temperance al- liance carried the day in with majorities ranging from 300 to GOTHLAND REFLOATED Hughtown, Scilly Islands, June 27. Belgian steamer. Gothland, which went ashore on t'lio CriiB rocks on June 23, while on the way from Montreal to was 'refloated today, COALDALE An interesting feature.in the big celebration at Coaldale Dominion Day is the Bahi'. Any baby under 3 years may enter upcn Itstinp; with Mrs. Brown. R. A. Wright of Lethbridge, is giving a silver cup for first prize. Farmers in this district arc cut- ring the first crop of alfalfa t.His year. Coaldale had a good rain Wednes- day and Thursday, which helped out the crops wonderfully. MAYOR SAYS HE DID .NOT Edmonton, Alta., June McNamara denied under oath that ho iiad told former Chief .Lancey to held tacit on prosecutions of houses of prostitution. PARKER Carnival Shows A.r Lcthbridge Fair SUBMARINE EARTHQUAKE DRIVES STEAMER A8HO.RE Batavia, June steamer Kin- tuck of, the China Mutual Steam Navi- gation Co., reported overdue yester- day, after a violent' earthquake in .Suimitra, was found today by a steam- er sent out to search for her. She had been driven ashore in the Straits of Sunday, between Java and Sumatra by heavy soas caused by a submarine disturbance. The Klntuck was crowded with native emigrants. FOR HILLCREST RELIEF Amongst donations recoiv- ed for the Hlllcregt Relief Fund are the following: U. M. AV. of A., ner W. Green, International District IS, U.M.W. OE A. 1000 Messrs. Tritos-Wood Co. W.H. Wllnoii, gonoral sup- erlntondont Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co....... SUFFS MARCH ON 'CAPITOL Washington, June marched on tha capitol again today. A petition containing equal suffrage was presented iy the leaders to the Senate and Houae. Hundreds of other Individual peti- tions were given Senators and Repre- sentatives. Speaker Clark and Vice-President Marshall received the delegation, which was headed by Dr. Anna How- ard Shaw, Jano Adams and Mrs. M. JfcCormick. Tcday Miss Adams and Ooorge Fitch will speak at Sis miffra- gette meeting. LETHBRIDQB FAIR July 7. 8. 9 She Bought a Piano on a Train 'On being being asked her reason for selecting a cer- tain "make" of piano, a woman explained that while she did not get her piano, till December, she really 'bought' it on a train in Julj'. "It was like had not thought much about pianos until I was about to be married and furnish a bouse of niy.ovviii Last summer, soon after I became engaged, I had to make a train journey. The daily paper I bought con- tained a striking advertise- ment of the Blank Piano. 11 ended by saying 'Investi- gate thoroughly before de- ciding.' I did investigate and became convinced that the. Blank piano Was the best piano I could get for if.SQCh" This woman was right in stating that although she did not actually own her piano until winter-time, she really "bought" it in July. She bought it oh a train- she selected it that day she read the advertisement which so forcibly impress- ed her. And yet some firms Imag- ine they can afford to with- draw their advertising in, the summer months! Pianos are not the only things people think about long before they have them sent home. Every important purchase is considered long before the article is ordered. And we are just as likely to be convinced by an advertise- ment we read in the sum- mer as at any time. CANADA LINE DIRECT TO ____ CONTINENT Montreal yWCDCI; Hamburg BremcnfA AOO Rotterdam, f f Direct Str'ice. no SAMLAND-.....JulylO 17 IxtwMt W. M. MACLEOD Agtnt 333 Main St., Mia.