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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRfDGE DAILY HERALD A Antipoa Belt, ic latest for lociiuai full Duplex, rust-proof steels tnrongiout. la tJits 19 to30. Here is a model made tiiat fits your tgore to perfection. Be particular to get it and tKere'H be no difficulty in .-getting, tang" to your new gowns or suits. No otter, corset imparts such gracefulness and true dignity of style. Ask lor a la Grace at tiie Lest stores. Our new 1911 style loot sent free if you write Cromptbn Corset Company. Limited, Toronto FIGHTING ALL OVER MEXICO That's What a Leihbridge! Man, Who sYisited That Country, Says. A Herald reporter chanced to meet an oid time Lethbi'idge citizen, in j the Alexandra, the -nher night, and gf't from him an intere.stine; little story of present conditions iu Old Mexico. .John -5. Lctlibridge from Tanipico, a seaport riip finif ;ihout 300 miles realized, and''Riving splendid satisfae-: This man, whose name is thus far and no'1.cases to date Drader. has just returned to j have beca Jost-' infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Duce was operated upon ycster- north-east of the City of Mexico..Mr. moniing; for-art abnormal growth Drader spent" three months in that j .lhe back of the head. Dr. Lynn section of Mexico, so-iiis inland, up charge, and" ihe'child is re- the river for-' about two hundred j ported today as much; improved. miles. He; reports that one-o! Changes at'the Gaboon imost extensive oil Jieids in the v This well, is under-, is located in that section oi the j going extensive changes wiih a view seapages oi oil j to a-big addition, sonic x 75 feet and in the south. 'The basement is being con- i fitted ..up "for. a, large dining hall, as Happenings, at Cardston Cardston, ijlay 1. The People't Improvement Confer- hospital' is a. long-felt want -now The Mutual Improvement Axsinsia- tions of the Alberta Stake Ueid their annual conference yesterday. The opening session convened iu the school house at 10 All Wards- were represented but Glenwood and Iheir officers came for the afternoon equipment for such an institution en a small scale. Dainty is the charge j and she has been equal to' all euicr- -The late residence of Mr. Van Brown is nicely fitted up with a large general ward and several rows for private use; a well appointed oper- ating room and all the necessary countrv. J-le saw j which covered acre? of ground, j some springs, which- produce a The work planned for the summer months was discussed fully at the first meeting, and outlines; were dis- tributed to cach Ward President. After expressions from the repre- sentatives of each Ward, both young Jadii-s ami young men. it was decid- summer by Sunday evening conjoint ineetings, as tiie young men could j best attend on that evening. j The work was outlined ior the geiir era! program as follows monthly conjoint session. May subject (From the story of the Woman's .Journal for "The flow of crude oil. jthe old one does not provide suffici- j Xcw Everlasting Covenant." tit- Mr. Draders description of the con Iditions in that troubled republic, er ihe continuance of the rule of Pre- sident Diaz, which confirms a wice- i spread which has become, of late, a conviction, that no settle- ment of the revolution is pos- sible with Diaz remaining the head oi' the government. Con- stant guerilla fighting on in and around the territory Mr. Drader vis ited, though that locality is hundreds of activity, along the Northern border. roon.- lor the rapidly increasing j enirv subiect Book I. Cris- of the hotel. C. Cahoo has just returned from a trip to the south and it is rumored that- H, A. Willis, the form- er popular manager, from Logan. Utah, to again. Effects of .the Strike Coal is beginning-to be a much cle- j sired article. Only one car has been received by'the dealers here sitice-the (April Glories." of "The is. May subjpct "The Three Literary subject Book II is returning take charge j 3Iay subject 'lObedi- ence to (From the Junior Manual of the Young Men's Associa- Literary subject Book III of "The Crisis.'' The Stake Boards of the Y. L. and miles from the.scene's of greatest be-fn- but; it. is hoped that an-j y M M L .Vssociation will pro. other will come through tomorrow. Nothing of the conditions prevailing Three throughout the interior of Mexico is cars of Hour arc going cut by tomorrow's freight and it is re- known to the outside world, and Mr. porled.that of .the consignment j Drader states that the army of Diaz i can not be trusted to against the Insurrectos. revolutionists is destined for Hon But XViU Kong. quite a number f he backbone the jof Ciirs of flour to, pay for the seed composed of the {oats arui Potatoes being imported i landed proprietors, led by the Ma- jthis Whwi farmers have to and -it is useless to talk of i Pa-v 2 cenEs for potatoes it ikin- peace with them so long as n'akcs taz is allowed to remain in a posi- j 'tion to which he has not been, i vears, legally elected. One of the very unpleasant t-xperi- the man irom j'ences met- with by j Lethbridgc, 'Greaser, was on. ..the ho [soldiers and. Insurrectos lying -long, iside of where :hev had vide the courses for each month dur- ing, the. summer and thus keep tne members interested in their work throughout the year. A luncheon was served between the meetings, and needless to say was greatly enjoyed by all present, the i young ladies never fail to win the i hearts of the young men (at least j temporarily) on such an occasion. In the afternoon there were address es by Superintendents.J.'W. Low and Mrs. Annie Snow, of 'the Stake, Mrs. Z. W.. Jacobs, of Cardston jWard; Pres. Edward'J. Wood, Bish- opened, so die story goes. Cards- K D E. and First Assist_ squirm. The local merchants are unloading ;orja car'of potatoes, They a-re being retailed at''the above figure. Another real estate' office is soon to 3, 197 VITAGRAPH CHANGING COOK SELLING EDISON Pictures A HOED TO THE WISE.1--- Before %'ou make your selection, consider the VICTOR GRAMOPHONE OR VICTOR VICTRQLA is a continuous source of enjoyment. Et brings to, the'remotest.-places all that is best in the musical world, whether it ;be operatic, orchsstral or Come in and near the latest records. MASON RISCH PIANO PHONE 791. NEW DOMINION BLOCK left .after a fight to .cam'- pos- being, planoed for season's sports and -amusements un'der proper iSnencer [session or the trains vtmmn i that line. These bodies :ia.d leen ly- jinz in the hot sun of that i v i ner south oi mate for davs, and Mr. Draaer s mi- erpctinS T, control, was dulv emphasized. It is that Messrs. Stoddarcl. contemplate fine _ conference. j sight was impulsive, and he got. j Mr.; Drader'thinks Lethbridge and jhcr rolling prairie -will. do'for him. j Me brought back same interesting relics, taken from sonre of the buried j-ruins of the cities which existed be- fore the times of the Montezuinas. structure. on the corn- present store, will giver. 'KUiaerous offices, rooms for rriercantil3--or-rbthi2r busi- ness enterprises, as vfell as a com- modious hall for future occupation. The officers can certainly -congratu- late themselves on -the success of 'the -r--.-JSTI.RU.Nj3. NOTES May are [being made for'a celebration here on Victoria Dav. PAINTERS POINT OUT POISONOUS GERMS W. A. Marlatt is-again in town to I _. "i Ole Anderson and re- creamery .business at- turned fnm .-British--CouWbiar where this point. The plant here is all lhe and, to the "-minds of a The following communcation from Vancouver Painters Union, is being sent to unions throughout the..-country: 'You are doubtless aware of' the fact that owing- to the spread of .various form of contagious diseases in .''many Eastern cities, a wholesale, alarm has been created throughout Canada, and fears are entertained that of a'more or less virulent nature will shortly be'''.among us. The govern- ment authorities in British Columbia, have ordered all and sundry to under- BIG SNOW FALL EAST'OF: COOTIS Farmers in that Country Greatly Cheered; Steam r. Plows at Work [the last season's drawbacks, have no I further grounds for-delay, and "are getting their seed under the soil as fast as possible. .A good growth or MAN OF MANY ALIASES UNDER ARREST AT GUELPH xiitions. As the initial .point Guelph, May in Western'. -VTar jalias J. J. Walker, alias Harris, was] latt has spared no pains to make grass is BOW assured, for even a today with attempting- oD-j this the nest creamery plant-in the ,they iave'b'een for some time. ready for operation :as soon-as the Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl been grass and the cans are in- condition, jthe guests of Mrs..Larson, Mrs.'Earl's jAt the present rate, another week of Wednesday." j sunshine-will give the necessary-'con-[ H. Ostlund bas from Tor- for j'bu'to, where .he has been-' attending school at Oskood Halli" -The friends of Mr. Ostlund are very glad to hear that he was successful in his examin- jlarge number-of people, unnecessary operation of vacillation. It. not- our intention to harbor this subject, b.ut to "-bring to .your uai glance at the country anywhere reveals a considerable growth even even since the storm. But one steam plow outfit has cheque was dated ahead, as Walmsley tain ;by false pretenses frgm .L- Barnhart, of the Priory Hotel. Walm-j sley tendered a cheque to Mr.- -Barn- iprovmce. At Cochrane and-Gleichen two oth- hart in payment for board. The. creameries are beans, built a 10Urth 1S ations. A large number of friends of the -Misses Vera and Leona Christensen (tendered them a surprise party on Fri- (Ssecia! TO the tuund its, way to ihe district north of the-Buttes. and this can not begin promoted. rrom Winnipeg, where he ffirmerlyi Alberta can not have too many Coutts, Alta., May 2. Settlers do the work which there is to-be Mr. i done in that part'this season. Break- lived, to She Dominion Bank in Guelph. Plants such as we have "here. day evening, and was AAciuk 24 after the Health Authorities to hare it removed; yet, at the same.time in their homes they an animal -product.. their and ceilings, they are ii contact, .every still so in their bed where'they are irom 5 every nlglrt, this injurious': matter Into their sys- tems. We refer more particularly to kal- somine, In .the nianufa-ctore of which, size is'an .important feature; size be- ing manufactured from dead, animals of .every descrip tion; it is indisputable .that it must decompose in time; hence, the vital necessity for -the xeraowst or' old kalaomine from walls and ceil- ings. "The same- tiling applies notice the unsanitary and germ-rproduc- majority of'wall paperg, the colors of ing manner In'which the interior work j which are made anfl applted with size. of the Painters' and Decorators' craft is carried out in most cases. In per cent of the instances-where to say nothing, of the harmful affects of the minerals in the-manufac- ture of others. Barnhan found there 5 to meet .the cheque. were no'mean success to the and Normal School there. It'is said i when all the farmers are George Loxton. who has been the from-the rich district to the easfc of Wlth horseS is on' iried todav to a widow Courts, who are in today, report an !anj ever-v Plowed ground has good fann nas in cash. He is also said to have a wife living in Winnipeg who has been maMng in- that Walmsley was'to have -heen mar-, there can be no serious crop failures. to crrain. unusually heavy fall- of snow in that j part as a.'result of the storm .Thurs- A good yield of winter wheat day nigfit.; snow being" from six i now' nssurert accordins; to those wh'-i huries. as'-to'-nis Thej to 10 inches--deep; besides beiiig'drift-j have observed the'patches scattered remanded the case for'a, ed into piles two or three feet high, (.throughout .the country An t'.vr- of this'enormous fall of jmo'us acreage of this grain u-ii! }.6 moisture-on grain will put in duriag the coming 'fall be incalculab-le in value. The snow j tically every farmers sees in this preceded which weut in- crop as grown throughout Southern iIKarfn .l-t __ A------. -T4 l-ttttct coming wealth a.r.d indepemlencc. If. hard tenacity, and M-at invaluable knowledge gained tn.-...Jhe, as it fell, was growing too dry to be profitably pJoweri. is now in prince con.dit-.ionj .with the result that farm- ing operations have been renewed with double vigor by rejoicing home- counts for Bteaders. The few who were hesitat- ing because of a possible dry spring and faint recollections of week.' Imperfect Kidney Action Causes Rheumatism _ Rheumatism wkh its kindred ailments Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc., i large number were, present, and usually results from lodgments of uric paper, as the case may be, is put on, enjoyable and no attempt made to remove the old from the walls and ceilings; "the Clarence Ostlund has returned being that all the smolce, Calgary, where he has been attending pagation of disease-serms, instead of j conaucive to the .pro- dirt, grease and- every other thing" being taken, off and the walls and ceilings washed and otherwise iput bed and living-rooms are re-decorated, As we iiave already people coat after coat of kalsomine or wall- j seem to be this tajur- guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Christen- sen for the past- two te- new wallpaper or. kalsomine is the joints and muscles'. GIBBONS HONOREDJ Now the chief function of the kidneys Baltimore' May The first of filter this poison from the nation-wide observances of the golden' i0j Only when- ..they fail to do this is iiabilee of Cardinal Gibbons" ordina-i E.heunjatiss-; "rcbablc I tion to the priesthood and of the 25th Kidney 'weakness starts in various anniversarv- of his elevation to the rook at high mass in Iramaculate Conception experience in the use of. dry farming chur'cn. The cardinal delivered turn to his labor in B: C., the first of the week. Last Wednesday evening the is covered, "over, resulting m Ladies Association tendered Mrs. El-j veritable, incubator of smallpox. iZa Christensen a surprise party. A .the evening was spent" in merrymaking. 3Ir. Magn-iiespn.'. arrived here a few days ago from Copenhagen, Denmark. Mr. Magnueson'-.will likely make this his future home. ious matter stay in. thtfir homes, and adding to it from time to time, tu blissful ignorance ..of the iacii set forth. In conclusion. woiilC. say that our Local has instructed me to communi- cate with your Central Labor Body and lay these facts before it, In tha hope .that use its best efforts, to into a sanitary condition before the get the civic authorities .throughout the catjlyingf--in'' .the 'street in de- composition! would imme'dialeiy get Dominion, to pass ordinances deai- a ing with this question, with a -dew to making it .compulsory that old mater- ial is removed when interior decora- tions are and'.so bring line with .others' that harve already done so. will njake the countrv agricultural region. ;amous as an dual anniversary will be held in diocese, and on a ceitain day in Octo- Vl Oiv, puuiptu. WILU LUC ine j brief sermon. .From today until-latei blood, causing Uric Acid, the real cause tillers oi the'soil .ilong the boundrv jin the following week obsen'ances of I of P-heurnatism, Lumbago, 'Wry "-Neck, Neuralgia, etc. In the early stages Nyai's Stone'Root Compound will stop it.- Will start your kidnevs working prop- all Catholic churches m the coira-j so that the Uric Acid is rcabsorbed j try will join in a celebration, Cardin-1 and eliminated. Away goes your Rheumatism with it. j Perhaps these early warning twinges i have passed unheeded, and your Rfieu- j mstism has become deep seated. j Muscles all snarled up in knots as it ran wneat in :tms vicinity is a' ways. A sudden chili, after -perspiring' and the "storm' freely, sometimes settles in the !3ast week lt bet- an unusual strain may cause it. }ter- Poisons which should be filtered out I of the system are pumped back into the All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by Co., limited Ceneda Ask your nearest grocer for them al Gi-bbons was ordained a. priest on! June 30, 1S61. He will be years old on July 22nd next. MATCH FACTORY you'll need Nyai's Rheumatic druggist about these ALSERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM