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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JI liursqay, :uay THE LETKSEIDGE DAILY HERALD is the only water from., the original spring which has made .Springs famous to white man for over a century. Its characteristic tang, ,its wholesomeness and its-unexcelled purity as a natural beverage, .have made It the standard Canadian water. But is more than merely a deliglitful table water; physicians recommend it f OR RHEUMATISM, GOUT AND OTHER STOMACH AND KIDNEY DISORDERS regulates the liver, bowels and kidneys and is Nature's great purifier of the system; while it is not a universal panacea, it has proved itself of wonderful benefit in the treatment of uric acid conditions. Many physicians even claim that'itsise. alone, rvrill effect complete- cures in ailments, from this source. Water, bottled only at the Spring, may be. bought in-splits, pints and quarts or "Still" in- quarts and half-gallons, at -cafes, hotels, bars, drug stores, on railroad dining and cafe cars, qr at groceries by the Bottle or the case. THE CALEDONIA SPRINGS COMPANY, LIMITED CALEDONIA SPRINGS CANAJ5A- 24 THE i situ i til inizni Jim IHHI in MAGRATH SPOKE AGAINST PACT The Western Conservative Members Continue Dis- cussion on Reciprocity Ottawa, May the premier had announced that a committee of five members would investigate the insinuations against Hon. Frank Oliver as the latter had. requested, the house then proceeded to general business. The premier informed Mr. Monk that the papers in connection with the tenders for. the construction of the ships of the Canadian navy would be laid on .the- table in due time. Hon. Graham stated that 'Mr. no treaty-had been entered into between the United States and Canada for the joint con- trol of railway and express rates. Magrath Spoke The reciprocity debate was contin- ued by C. of Medicine Hat, who opposed-the agreement on the FARMERS WERE DISSATISFIED Objectionable Ckuses in Sugar Beet Contracts' at Ciaresholm Claresholm, May .3. The Clares- holm Board of Trade is maintaining its .vitality and another very goodj meeting '.was held last, night in the Council Hall, which was quite crowd- j ed. The matter of the Sugar Beet i contracts was brought up and ap- i MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. ground that; it: was -dangerous to the best interests 'of-Canada and the Em- pire. In the discussion, -on reciprocity, Alexander Haggart, Winnipeg, said that the board-of trade -of Winnipeg and the legislature of Manitoba were opposed to reciprocity, as also was D. (J. Cameron ..former Liberal candidate, who knew'more-about business than any other brace of men on the govern- ment side of the house. Hes said that Winnipeg proposed to 'be a manufac- turing centre, but besides this it had the deepest interest in the grain grow- ing business, for it did the financing. peared that the contracts had been before the committee of the farmers, who had, expressed their dissatisfac- tion with .the same on account of the clauses .whereby they leased their whole farms to ,1-be Sugar Company also on account of the agreement be- ing for 1.0 years, luid no allowance being .made for sugar beets conta-iriiirg less than 13 per cent; sacearhine. It seenred Strat-hmore and .High PHONE 64K. River similar dissatisfaction had been expressed -with the contracts, so that it would appear that the Sugar Beet Company will have; to come down a little in -their demands. The deputation ;to the Premier as to the Demonstration Farm reported as to their trip. Mr. James Price brought up the matter of waste of material and i spoke as to the possibility of ing straw, for paper making or some i BARONET AND WIFE FLAYED PRACTICAL JOKE Friday-Saturday and Special Saturday Matinee MAY 5TH AND 6TH The Great German Comedian Late of Kolb and Dill, and his company of forty presenting A Prices: Evening LOO, Gallery 50c Matinee-Adults Children 50c it was thought could be done C.C. Pagnuello Co., .Wine Spirit Merchants, Lethbridge DISTRICT NEWS NEWS Whitla. May continues to Ed. Campion has completed his liver, and feed bam, which Is a great Improvement in "Whitla. The ball game and dance here on the Blst were great successes.. Whitla TS. 9-2 in" faror of the local team. Quick Bros, have started to breal moved to their farm 1 1-2 miles north i Dako.ta" this, week with two ,cars of of Whitla, to reside for six months, which will make his third year of The wheat seeding is nearly finished Oliver 'Moger arrived from Portal, N. Dak., with .a- car of stock. A. M. Hicks, representing Burns, of in this district, and the farmers are j Lethbridge, was in Whitla on now breaking preparatory to sowing their flax. Miss Agatha Srotta was home over Sunday returning to Lethbridge on j Monday.'- London, May whole country, is laughing at a joke played by a well known baronet, his wife, and heir, and a kinsman of a who is colonel of a crack cavalry regiment, which has just found its way in the papers. r The joke was conceived in the part of the country which is hunted by the Atherstone hounds. The '.quartette spent the recent hunt ing season in the Atherstone coun- try, and -the they were the perpetrators, occured a few miles from Nuneaton. The baroiet and his .lady hired a street piano from some itinerant foreigners, and in disguise and accompanied by the bold cavalry leader they made their way to the mansion occupied by the baronet's heir. No sooner had they Tues- f commenced to reel off popular music hall airs than the gentleman appear- There was a heavy snow fall Thurs- day night, and continued snowing un- til P'riday noon. There was a dance at Seven Persons Monday, May 1st. Mr. Larsen and family, of Cannon- pn the plaoe formerly owned by Ehaer j ant, Minnesota, arrived a few days ago with two cars of immigrant mov- ables and stock. j Friday the 2Sth. But it was not very The Whitla School expects to start j Well attended on acco'-nt of the stormy with their new steam plow. JTliey are doing fine work. S. S. Richardson and family have weather. School started Tuesday, May 2nd., with Miss Tsa M, Rollins, of the Cal- gary Normal as teacher. The boys are having their ball dia- John Jensen arrived'from South jmond Plowed and scraped. They ex- rpect to have a pretty fast diamond. ed upon the scene and in a peremp- tory manner ordered their instant ral under threat of calling in such purpose, and that while nothing along this line the Enterprise Com- mittee might inquire as to the possi- bility of utilization of straw. The matter of an exhibit at Calgary Fair was discussed, but nothing was done. Mr. X. G. Holmes reported as to iiis attendance at the Boards of Trade Convention at. Taber, and he was re-appointed a delegate to at- tend the next meeting on May 16th. Mr. Holmes was strongly in favor of Claresholm falling into line wit-h this j Association. Win. Vaughan has had another bereavement in his family, having lost by death his eldest daughter, aged 5 years. The cause of death was j pneumonia, and as this is the second child which Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan have lost in the last eighteen months much sympathy is felt for the be- reaved parents. A general clean-up is now in pro- gress and the town policeman may Special THE Famous Vitagraph Production Coming May 11 and 12 Buffalo and Pawnee Bill Pictures SCOTLAND'S HEALTH Lowest Birth Rate and Death Rate on Record London, -May of spotted fever in Scotland, which broke have one or two prosecutions owing JQ 1906, is at last almost at an to laxity in cleaning back yards. I Tne Registrar Generals The prize list for the fair is now in the printer's "hands and should soon be issued. The race track is being dragged and GOES DOWN WELL HEAD FIRST: RESCUES GIRL FROM DEATH Worth Dakotan Descends 22 Feet' to Save Young Woman Oriska, NV May Smith fell, down a well 22 feet port for 1910, shows that in diameter, and "the only way disease caused 156 deaths in i'9u6r if.'phere was to save Qer was for some graded for the accommodation of _ IjldSgO trainers. Miss Moir is leaving H. 0. 018 the next year, and 214 in 1308, dowi1 in the wel1 number fell in 1909 to 81, and last vear i H' R' Olson volunteered to do It. He Of these 32 were as Glasgow- the from death, but the strain was" so'great that'blood burst through his chest and left arm. How- Numbers of other interesting facts Has- I appear in the report. For instance. lam's office to take' a situation at jjf the estimate of population is correct ever, he is not seriously hurt. A rope was tied to Olson's feet antf Barons. Elizabeth Price has the death rate in the principal towns .'five Tnen Mm into the "well. ivfl, u -U J j 1. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE .SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER They need one for the team have. they the police. When they made themselves known he consented to join the party in a perambulation of the village, and eventually the "adventurers" reached the seat of a county a lead- ing justice of the peace, where their reception was warmer than the re- cent weather had been. The butler a position as stenographer with R. Watt. j I mainland rural'districts. This, ofjand the five Quickly pulled the "two course, would seem to indicate that the ito the surface- girt weighs [sanitary legislation of the last quarter jpounds and her Cached clothing add- IMPORTANT EXPERIMENTS To Show Amount of Water Which of a century is now bearing fruit. Rewer births were registered than in any year since 1890; and ihe birth rate (25.16 per is the ed .to the burden Olson carried. Wili Give Best Results in lowest ever recorded. The marriage .Tree Growth j rate (6.26) is also, with the exception Spokane, May to! of 1909, the lowest on record; and --so was sent to tell them to leave the the amount of water the death rate CAPITAL, REST, MONEY ORDERS NEWS FROM 2-15 Mr. .Snapp arrived with a car of ef- fects last week which have been trans- ferred to his brothers' homestead. Mrs. J. Jochem was pleasantly sur- prised by a number of her friends last "Wednesday evening it being her birthday. Rev. Clemens and family spent Tues- jday with Geo. Barrows and family. Wm. O'Hara, of Twp. 2-13, was in grounds immediately, and it was not until the irate squire appeared upon the scene that the quartette retired, i will give the best results in tree; growth, quality and yield of fruit and) to ascertain the influence of alfalfa, The climax was reached when party arrived at another country re- icJover and vetches as cover crops are j being made at Zillah and Grandview, Vvash., under; the direction of .Steohen HUNDRED THOUSAND FOR FORT WILLIAM Y. M. C; A.i- Fort -William. -May William will have a hundred thousand dollar The Monesy Orders of The Canadian Bank cf Commerce are a safe, convenient and economical method of sums of money. itla's vicinity last week. They are payable without charg-e at every branch of a chartered bank m T Canada (except in'the Yukon Territory) in the principal cities of 'the. United-State's. The Orders and full information regfarding1 them may be obtained on application at the Bank. tli.e event of loss of a'Money. Orders.the., Bank will, CQ receipt of. a arraiigfements'to refund-the amount of ".the lost'Order, 235 J. Jochem has built a house on his land in 2.-16. Merle Leifingwell. was in Warner, Thursday and Friday. Farmers as a rule are well up with sidence. The family were away from a JayQe of Spolulne? 'manager Of the'jY-'M- c- A- money all> home, but the servants in a body de- 'department'of irrigation investigationslsllbscrSbed after a strenuous scended upon the "poor tnfe States department. before in the his-j" and the language used by some mem- purpose of the tests is to gain know-jtoIT of the Y, M .C. A. movement bers or the house staff will not bear repetition. The party reached their homes ledge of what will aid the irrigation Ia llle of William at-! im- pending difficulty between the Winnipeg Electric Street Rail- way Co. and its employees is all settled and the men vill accept the offer of the com- pany of the increase of about hour all round, at a mass meeting "which last- ed from midnight to 3.30 this morning. The recommenda- tion of International President Lethbrrcfee Branch C K. Nourse, OF CANADA Rest and Undivided profits Total Assets Over No Man Rtmains Pcor who saves every week, or month, or year, a matter how small. Few ever get rich without doing so. The Savings Department of this Bank provides a safe prace for your-savings ,to accumulate, and grow with the Interest which is added half-yearly. or upward is enough for the first deposit. Money may be withdrawn whenever you need it. Main Office ccr. Round A. Redpath Sts.G." R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manaaer. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. with theis disguise impenetrated, and there were various inquiries the same night for "some foreigners with a street piano." A few days later de- tails of the "joke" leaked out, and were discussed and greatly enjoyed by their work, ir. having been good wea- j the met the Atherstone ther-for seeding for some time. The hounds in the'vicinity, of the village fall of snow is' quite welcome as it. where escapade was devised and executed. farmer in the way of sweater efficiency I such a feat, and that it W. D. Mahon was accepted by and results by economy of effort. [been successfully accomplished the men. "The growth of fruit trees leads indeed for the business men. the gradual exhaustion of the soil and the depletion of plant food." said Mr. Jayne. "It is detrimental to the phy- will supply the moisture bring up the grain. needed to NOBLE NEWS Noble. May McGregor has been suddenly called her father's home in Hamilton, Ont. She received a telegram telling her of her father's serious illness last Friday and started On her journey at once. Little Marion Bonlton is seriously ill and was removed to the hospitaJ Monday afternoon. Our little town was quite lively on Tuesday afternoon. Twenty autos KINGSTON LAWYER DEAD Kingston, May Vason Rog- ers, K.C.. LL.D., died here yesterday. He was one of Kingston's best For many years he was sec- retary of the Ontario Anglicau synod. representing 'the Lethbridge Board of Trade. W. R. Dobbin lost a tire and had to leave his auto at Noble for re- pairs. Noble Sunday School have changed the hour of meeting for the summer months. Sunday School meet at Jp a.m. instead of" 3 p.m. Church service at 1.1 a.m. as usual. SUFFOCATED HIS THREE CHILDREN sical. as well as the chemical, con-j stituents oC the soil. The problem is! how to counteract this. I "Leguminous crops, such as clovers, and vetches, absorb nitrogen-j ous substance from the air, fix it inj the soil and thereby feed the trees! and also add the needed humus the soil. They are better agents for covering than garden truck, which ex- hausts the soil without .much sation. In irrigation it often happens i too much water is used, leading toj expensive disappointment. It has beenj Perforated iron wheelbarrows havei- been invented for washing gravel toj' be used in concrete. i ;nay OS. HSg- erty. of Roxbury, meeting an acquaintance on the street, to- night, told him he turned on the gas in the room occupied hy his three daughters, aged 10. 7 and'4 years, last night, and that they were dead. The police investigation found the st'ory true and arrested him. It is thought the man is de- ranged. conclusively proven that two feet of! water gives almost as much yield asj four feet. j "I am carrying out an experiment of growing alfalfo in gal-; vanized Iron tanks, two feet in dia-j meter and four feet deep, holding aj ha.ii ion of '5 sown and! water supplied by sub-irrigating pipes to reduce the loss by evaporation to a minimum. The water applied diir- iing the season is carefully weighed and thus the amount required TO pro- duce a given amount of alfalfa will determined. Allowance must made for the nature of different soils." 'A miniature safety razor ha invented by a Frenchman for trim- ming finger nails. Garbage Cans Look Out For DEMONSTRATION Garden Hose lie a ft. On MAY 2nd, 1911, of White Enamel lined, from Screen Doors, ail sizes end patterns, from l.rw.1. Lawn Mowers from Stephens' celebrated House Paints None Better Arthur Hayr Assignee Letter Plates 50c each. ;