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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 6,1911. THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD GRASSY UKE PLANS FIRE PROTECTION AND A CLEANER TOWN He doesn't need a wife and child-he has no family jars-he's satisfied, he's got a box'of ROXBORO Cfears. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE HAPPENINGS AT MACLEOD MintieapoiiB firemen sinecl (n-eiuj-five people from death In a fire t.liat fleBtroyed the Syndicate Block. Tlie )o8B was about 11,500,000. William Schwltzer. of Ottawa, father of the late J. E. Schwitzer, C. P. R. chief engineer, died on Saturday. His death was hastened by worry over his Bon. Two sons survive. Once more Sir Hector Macdonakl. the famous British soldier. Is roporlPd to be alive. The latesi report ."iays he is In China organizing the army there. The United States government has decided to place the whole  Paolfip fleet at Honolulu. The move is ihoughi to 'be directed at Japan. Mak�8 the llaii' Beautiful At last a remedy has bpsTi dlscovpr-ed tliH/t win positivfly destroy this pest. That Dandruff is caused by germs Is accepted by every sensible person. Dandruff is the root of all hair evils. SALVIA will kill the dandruff germs and remove daudr.uff In ten days, or money back. 50c a bottle. Alberts DruK Co. LOUR W� �re Ibeatta in the district where the wheat capture* world'* priiaa. Thia ia the kind of wheat wa mill. Our machinery li of the latest modern type and our methods up-to-date. That is why our flour Is popular. .Maclfoil, Aita., March 1--Mrrvyn I (iiyau aud G M Davjilsou, of l^cth-j hi'idiff, iiic siJcndiirif .SmuUn- in Maclcoil. Mrs. i:. K. Hutl.m left Fdday af-IcriKion fill' r-,"ii,c;l,iri(l, u licrc shr ivjil spend aboul six nidiittis and si'c llic c-urouatiun, after whicli slie will return to Calgary aad liilie up her resi-:deuce. Mrs. Wiilter Slianks, u()\\*of l.auip-niaii. Sii.sli., is in Maclend visilinn I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wni. (!ani- i iner, iii Una lnwn. The draymen of Mnelend will meet on Miinday niclit-^n fonu 'i union and arrange a of rati'S I It is rununed around lnwn lluit tlie 'I'ernll ('iorni I'n .ire .srciing to nfieu a braueli (if their in'',M,tcle(nl 'wliieji is \ery welenny news. ' Tile l'cn> I'Moetric CD. Iiave innv-erl their .>;torp to the building on .Second Ave., recently used l)y Go fling I as a re.staurant The sloro Micaled by llii'tu ha.s been routed l)v .Mr. (i.iin nion, wlio IS ripening a real estate office. Mr. and .Mis D .1. Grier liave returned houi llonidiiln, wliere t lle^ liave lieeii spending tlieir lujucynioon. Mr. liner lia--^ heen away for foui montiis and i.s \ery .glad to get liacl; � 1. .\ Kirliland has o|)ened an oirice in tlu- .Siriltlieis liloeii and will tniiis iict a real esl.ilr' liiisiness here and will also aet ,is agent foi the .Mher- ta Loan and Tnvestnicnt Co., which does a real estate business throughout Albert a. I lias .Swanson, prop., of the Star pool roruu, and .1. .Stuart, have been removed to the Isolation Hospital witli scarlet fever this week, but as yet no more cases have been reported. 'I'lie Macleod Milling Co. liave lately had some dillerence with the town council over their spur tracl should lie oflleinlly eelebrati'd in ihe nomiiiious beyond the rieas on iho actual ihiiu of the anniversary, .luiH' '�'>. CARRIED AWAY ON ICE FLOE Burdock (Special to the Herald). Ora^sj' Lake, .March 1 -The regular monthly ineeting of the Hoard of Trade took placir in thr' dining room (If the G-rassy Lake llotol last night. \ new feature of thi.s meeting was (ilial .sitpper -wn.s serTj-r) rirsl and then business of the month was taken up, A vote was taken as to wlu'ther this s-tylc of'meeting wouUI be held from now on, and was passed unanimouslv. The topics of the meeting taken up were, the trunk road Inmi here to Kipp Coulee, which the government has promised lis, the new post office, 3.T miles south of here, rnlleil Webber,, and the work of tlie new council of the. Village. .Speeches were given bv If. A. Driggs, W K. McNieol and U'm, Salva.gc, the new councillor.s, which were heartily applamlefl The councillors have a lot of work ahead of them this year, especially as regards health, fire protection and the keeping off of the streets of the cows, hogs and .sheep which has been a disgrace to the village, ever since it was started. Palmer and tiaugen, the up-to-date poo] halj owners, have moved ijilo tiieir new premises, one block east of the old-one. They have installed one more pool tabje and one l-;nglisli billiard ta:bJe, and as a new feature I have put in a bowling alley. .As the ! building is S.'i feet in lengrlh and is I being finished n|) in the latest style, ' wfl can easily say tJi;it it has any hall of its kind heat, along the Crow lino, outside of the cities ( liHord Rooth, our popular hailier, has taken i a space in llie front of the huildinc:, , and has his liarhei shop finished up j in the finest shape .\s yet the build iiig is nr)l fully completed, as llie metal siding hasn't ln-eii put on Tins ivill he done as soon as the weather opons up warmer, fiU' outside work To lank into the building at any time of llie day now, warrants a big business for the present owners, as the ball has lieen crowded, the special drawiiii; card at the freseiit litne being the bowling alle;. I Henry I,, llelgerson, of the Ilclger-son Land t'o., Lethhridgc, and President of the Grassv Lake .Sccuritv Co., Ltd., here, is m town on business yesterday and today. ; W. A. Auhin armed home on Tncs-'; da)' from a business trip of two months' duration, in Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. (). \V Larsen are spenditig a few- days ui Lethbridgc this week. S. A. Huchanan, of the Grassv Lake Security Co., Ltd , is spending the week-end in Lethbridgc. Stop starving yo.n-self-�top 3ufferiing the pangs of IndlgestioB' atop worrj'ing about what you dare and dare not oaL Eat hearty meals iH vholes(tfne (oo^oluirl^ jei. possible to ci"nii>.:ui ihi-iu from the system yuu jmi your blood into good 5h:ip" The follo'ving skiu itiseaFCs are curable by Burdo-k Ulood liiti^rs Ihrouch its wonderful elean.suig, purifying powers on the biool, a;!', i'' re.'.ov a: ;:ig ai-'i,,:; on the system, viz., S;d: Mlieuni. Teller, Bhingk'.-:, Seurf. fv \ ..ipel:'-, !i� lii .g und Burning Raslle-. Clcc-.--, S. '-c-. e(f. Miss Stella Kiehol, M:i'.;laii'i l''i-:i;g. N.S.. writes: 'I have l.f-en linthned with nail rbeuiii. on my lu' ..'a. for M-.'^f-e yenrs, and il ili'heu su 1 no! k' ow what to do.. I tried e\cryili! but. notliing seemed to be ao.' goful. I h^arit of Hurdoek IJlood Hitters anil bought two boitles of it, and ::ow 1 am perfectly curo-l ^onl have no f.ali rheum on my hands any more. "I cannot speak too higWv of Burdock Blood Bitters." J'anuf!i"turr.l only l)y The T Jlilbiirn Co , LiinileU, Toronto. Uni. Skaters of a Michigan city Had an Exciting Experience I Tia\''Mr i'ily, Alich., March ."i- I'ei,., lliHi'o-i and .lulins Swansnn \\ i 11- 1 .� .�led i loin an ice floe in (Ir.iiiil i'',iM'!"se H:iv tliis afternoon � t:\r miiiines heiore the Hoc broke up and .oiei l.lind !.:iiraiiger �lio had liii r,'iL;ht on tlie drifting floe with llirn'. "-w Ml! .'till v:irds in llie 1C\ �a-111 I" I In- .'-liore iii an elTort. to linng a .-isl.u.ce. Lal'ranger sank uncon-,,i'i..;is oil the liearli. but a fainicr v, 'lo �� 1 i'e iloe dnti ing out in the | li.r 111!;! to hi:: fannliinisc where lie wii; icvived A boat had to l)e hai.'ed M'\en miles on a wagon ti.) a lifiiii' 111 Mist the drifting ice and ;ii'i'l ;iiid Hanson were brought aMioir .,fler a hard struggle through i\i,. Miilis of rough water. .Shortlv lii-:i.ri :liis .'iO skaters and fishermen oi ;!ic I .n were cauglil. on a big lieid of iri- which broke loose. Tliev wen- ir-.r!:ed by boats without dilli- Cr.]\\ . ' Omwu. March 4.-The Ottawa Evening ;CUiz�o prints the fotlowini:; "Clifford Sifton no longer represents t4�e-*�,V;niieapolis, when sold to tlic Cnitcd St;Ues markets, and this will bring a larger snliere of activit\ for our Manitoba c:ipitiil as well as n saving to the farmer innr-kcling Ins grain, I Loyalty Cry All "Clap-Trao" "This snouting about loyaliv. nnd wavin,:.' fif Hags, and annexation er\ is all rl,ip-lr:ip for iiresent efiecl." a.S.seilid All' McKen/.ie. "Tiiere is no one U' ire loyal to the traditions of the Great Kniiure, of which we are a pari, than the farmer of the Uest, fie would he the first to put his fool down on annexation or anxtlnng of the kind. U'liat he wants is frecd-uu to net the best market price pos.iilile for his natural products, and, if lliis is given lijni, he will he the Hist to ; wa\e the i nion .lack higher ever ,Mr :\lcKenzie and Mr. Manies Hower, presideni of tlie I'luleil_I'"arni-ers of .Mliertn. are m the eiiv In nine uiion the GoverniiieeI (Miryiiig iuio ellect the provisions ii-'j;arding the 11,nulling of grain and r^ta!lllsh-iiicnl of elevators. Your Danger From Kidney Troubles BEGINS WHEN YOUf{ BACI^ ACHES. FAREWELL TO OLD TEACHER But it is Not Affiliated with Department of A. F. of L. .Asked for an c.vplanat ion of a paragraph in tlie Herald's "World of Labor" column on .Saturdav about the "fussing of the Lethbridgc Building i'rades Council," D. Meikle, secretary of the local Building Trades. Council, said it '.,.,s i|tiitc correct that the'ilirid..e Council had withdrawn from llie luiilduig Trades Deiiartnient of ii;e ..'vmeiKMii l'\'deration of i;ah-oi. 'I lie ilillerefit unions arc still af-liliiitcd v. illi the internaliounl unions .Till With tile American Kcderatiun of l.:ilioi, l.iit their affairs arc not di-reeied l-,y the liiiiiding Trades � I.)c-l):ii tmen' oflues. Tlic local council uillnlieu hcc.iuse of the action of the dep.u tii:.-',t in out lawiiig several union-,, v.liicli :iel Ion _tlie local council, in eoiinnoii witli e.nii.cils .iii.many other cities, will not stand for. The department luis heen outlawing un-iiuis for thi'ii':s tli.-'.t do not in the le.isi eoiieeni local iiiiioiiists and they do iiol propo-e to :.iihmit lo it. The local eoiineil will carry on the w'ork previously doi.e by the Building Tr.dt's depart neiit ot the Federation On T!:;'.,:la\ e.ciiiag tliere will he a meeiiiig of the local Building Trades unions to consider the situation wliieli is of Very much importance, ill view of the divprfonce of positions held liv the builders and tiie luei. nr liie presciil time, wlieii '-he Imiidini: sr:ison is ojiening 11(1. .\t tlie mei-niii: orcanr/.;it ion will he conr- The Doctor's Qiiestioii Much Sickness Due to Bowel Ditor A doctor's fli't a_uestlon when?-: suited by a patient Is, "Are yonr.fbq^ els ri?i?iilar?" i-Ie knows thait;98i5t cent, of Illness is attended :A^lthi|l active bowels and torpid livdr,,' Ciat this condition must be i^en ed gently and thoroughly ibefS hr:ilth can be restored. Re.xall Orderlies are a posld pleasan.: and safe remedy "for;, siipation and bowel disorders, in? eral. We are so certain ot their.i curative value that v/e promisevt turn the purchaser's money in ev, CISC when they fail to produce entif satisfaction. . Mj Re.yali Orderlies are eaten like icinj dy, tliey act quickly, and have a sookhl Ing, strengthening, healing lnfluencj�L on the entlTC intestinal tract. Tiiev do' not purge, gripe, cause nausea, -fUtu^ loncc. excessive lopseness, diarmpw or Cithf-r annoying effecL They areTfei' peeially good for children, weak mr{ sous or old folks. Two sizes, 25ci andf I'ic. Sold only at our store-The Ilex-5 all Store. .1. D. Higinbotliam & Co., Ltd., spe'dal agen-ts. pleteil for carrying on the work form-a erly done through the BuildinKif Trades Department ot the Zmcricayi Federation. 1 FERNIE MEN GET BIG JOB Messrs. Digby & Grenier have::�jB�j I cured the contract for the South F^ork-' bridge, a trestle over the Old Mini : river which is S60 feet in length .^dr � .�iT feet high, and will roqulr* about 1,500,000 feet ol' limber, 1,000 y.'jrd� of concrete, 500 piles and 2,000 jard'*; of e.vcava':ion. This is the seeAndc l.nge contract that has been'awartfidj them by the C.P.R. and it will reqiUf*-' nearly six mouths to complete bpt^';| -Kernle Free Press. SENATOfI CARTER TO GET A JOB Washington, .March i6.-It is under-: stood that Senator Carter will be kp-I aiiitod a member of the international! 'loiiiid.iry commission to determine jire' Canndian-Amcrlcah boundary. The: president will tl.x his salary at pro' ably $7,500. >| 'Iiiyor L. n. Ta.\ lor of Vaiicouvr-r it �.ri\ iinicli incensed over the refusa' of ii ': H. C. governmeni to pass logls , iatioii allowing South \'ancoiiver to he ."nncxe'l i i Vaneouvor. Ho dares At-' t'ot.o\-i;i-ncraI Bo'v-er to resign and. (oiliest his seat on the isBue. i Baekaehe ia the first .and the sure sign of ki I-:i-y disease. Whu'. llie b.iok aehcd or becomes weak it is a warning that the kidneys are aiTccie.i in .some way. .N'cxl in the iiiiart, the kidney.-i are, perhap- tlie mo?l iiupo:-tanl organs in the body. It is 110 wonder then that if the kidney.s are affected the whole sy.stein mubl be. On the first eign of backache Doan's Kidney I'lHs shouM ba taken. They go right (i: the scat of the trouble, heal tho delicate membranes of the kidneys and make I heir action regular and natural." Mr. !�;. .1. Suulnier, Lake Annis, N.P., writes: - " 1 take a great deal of pleasure In lollin.;.; you the l.ieeetit 1 have ie<'eived from I he use of Doau'.s Kiiiuey I'ills, 1 was trnulileil with ray kidneys for several years; my hack weak. I had terrible hoiularlios, and was bo restless I could not sleep at night. 1 commcueed u.^ing Doan':- l\idney Pills and in a very short time 1 was right and fit again." Doan's Kidney Pills are 50c. per liox Or 3 for SI.'.25, at all deal?r^ or m.iiled direct on receipt ot price by The T. Mil-burn Co., Limited, I'oronto, Ont,. . It ordering direct �|p�tify '' Doan'g," (.Special to the ller;ildi Miiclci^d. March II - \ 1-; 'I'.iirir. M.iie pniinpnl of tlie M;ir!" ul l'.:iMir and High school, hf: ..u. i i :t,-i-r- tiooii for t 'alg:!! . , u in-i i i'. i i I r ,i Monday take on his ii.--.\ p.i-.!iioi( ,|.;' I 'i ii.eip:il of t lie I .n ; !<�.� Sc i,. ,| j � u liich is 1 o he run in i........ei v,; I li ! the NoriiKil .Srliool Ti'i ;�� v, ,is :i ' l.iriie crov. d of elti/eh-. 'Mipii., ;ii,.| e\-pupil-N of Ihe seh.'.ol .i' . �-.!..I'..n ' to sec lillii olf and 11 :.. m. i' ��Ii I', 'p- � i'll to sliou the estiriii ii, ui.nli '.ii ! Tome \\ .r- held In' nl 1 di vo,: I.; . i nine v rill-, oi li-:icl:iii.; .it �.� r d I On Tl.iiisd.iv e_i,t \', r � i i ... - .'i j t iie pnld ir selioo! w ' i. M ,� ^ T.irne mi ve Inm .i ! :'�'�� .i' i he .Siixov cafe, uliuh \'. .i- .i i'i\ sihitss fill .iil.iir n"riiiL. 11 i ' riiii...; ' es wele ni.lde Ir ...i .'t^i-i.l, tllimtiel-ing sivlren iii .'�,,[ 1 Me old tliu's were gone ovm. 'l-.i. ,,;i l-iiiln\ ll'e pupils and e.\-fiii|Hls pic-eiiled Ml ( niid Mr^ I'orrie uiih ii iKo.d-oi;,!' I cliili ha. ,-a'iii ll;i\. 1 hi- teachers ga'.e liiiii �< li:i':ds.ime ri':'';iui, lai.ili nnd 1 le ."-:elio.'l jloard fol . v id s'oi wil ii iip iirni eiLiil Mis. Toirie will lr::\c for i'.ilgari ! u:, soon as a h-.iuse he .if'crred. i --------^- lolin ^McJvi'-an of llauiii' in, barrvs-lor. Is dejd, aged -17. ite w;i3 ouce deputy clerk ol the per.o',-. GRAY and: Brown arc-the dominanj^' shades for i Spring. Suits. . c We are shcw^ing both these colors at their best in superb'^ English Worsteds:, and Scotch Tweeds. Fit-Reform was firstJ m .1 Canada to give,j* high Class, hand-; tailored garments for'-men at reasonable^ \ prices. A'kKELVIE & McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbedsc-' ;