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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May THE DAILY HERALD A Wanting Word From the. HerpSclde Girl You are becoming bald. The hair IK getting thin on tbo toy of your bead and unless you take my advice you before lomr, bo as hairless as a croquet ball. 'Remember too that chronic baldness -'Is incurable. It; is all due to dandruff. I can tell, Secretary Manwaring, or the Board of Trade this morning received' the because you always have dandruff j lirst o{ tiie petitions for the bridges flakes on.ypur coat oollar. Besides be-J the Bcilv river and Twelve-Mile ing an indication of impending bald-; l ness, it also subjects untidiness. j coulee. The petitioners ask the f.ov- 'Herpicide will. kill the imminent to build 'a bridge, over the germ that dandruff, checks fur- Belly river at 'a point' one and cne- ther acciimulfltlon of scarf skin and east of Diamond City, 9ho WVou B n coulee di-'not taking any chances, when you purchase Herpicide and "you: rectly north of that point, and .-to are tempting when you use any-! grade a connecting road between thing else H.-rpicide has thousands, them. Seven petitions were sent out, preserving That came from the farmers, in Your dnigjist is authorized to guar- ithc vicinity'of the Iron'Springs post antee one dollar size bottles. The i office and is signed by-55 land hold- best barbers recomme-nd and use it. >ers of that district. i The Herpicide j TIie Building of will Mich, tor-sam-t Jr J. D. Higinbotham %lVe 1hc Iarmers liv-mg m the 1 trict north of the Belly River, east of range 22, and west of range 16, the shortest, possible direct road to Lethbridge, while at the same time it will do away with the heavy Reported that Indians are Suspected-Secret Ser- vice Officer Invest- igates Victoria. B. C., May to F. M. Keltey, who returned here today from an extended trip through j oner! and from what he said, 1 imder- 1 stand he'considered Indians were re- PROTESTANTS TO COMBINE Toronto, May power- tful Protestant organization to eurlnuCc uit? wuiuie of Canadu will .be formed here. its object is to meet the ma- chinery of the Catholic church with an equally pow- erful Protestant com'bine, which will stand firm in op- position'to the SLAV DRIVING A LOST PONY Says he Bought it From an Indian -Police In- pie and booklet. Co. Ltd. special a'gents. 6TAIWPING OUT FIRES IN DAUPHIN DISTRICT near Athabasca- Landing two weeks ago a secret service officer and i bound to the scene where the mount- Jed police were found dead, the police- !men lost their lives not to the cold land hunger, but through poison. Mr.' Keilv further remarked that the In- dians were considered responsible for j Dauphin, -May in the PJdin-- grades the Present road 'vhich is Mountain district the fire east of "fer-: often impassible .at some sea- million' River has been stamped the vcar- I No late reports from others, but those Thc otlier Petitions are being rapid- j in charge: .of the situation here claim ly signed up and will be in the hands conditions .are favorable and they- ex- of the Board of Trade at an' "early; pect to get, reports from all burned date when the matter will areas shortly to the effect that thrjup with the public works 'department i fires have all been stamped out Theiat Fdmonton bush fire .at Birch river in the DucK! _____ providing the poison. He said thc government official told him that information had been re- ceived .showing absolutely that In- ARCHBISHOP DYING mountains .had a large sang fighting determination 'and it was under control last night, and the other fires STREET TOO CROWDED-FOR ARCH London, May Westminster j County Council has rejected the pro- i north in this mountain-are pretty well! posal of the Ontario government to' under control. Everything possible is j set up a coronation arch in the feeing done have them all stamped Strand as the street woulci be too; crowded. Toronto, May McEvay of the Catholic in this diocese, who has 'been ill for over a year, took a turn for the worse yes- of 'his' recovery are entertain- ed. .LOCAL CONCERN ASSIGNS The boot and shoe business of Fred Gow Co., went into the hands of a spector Fitzgerald and party, i receiver this morning. The Trusts ing Carter, Timiey and Taylor, were J Guarantee Co., of Calgary, have been poisoned. appointed assignees. Mr. Taylor said "Two weeks ago, near Athabasca Landing, I met what I took to be a Dominion secret service man, and from his subsequent conversation I felt sure he was, and iie told me he was going to ir-ake an investigation regarding the tragedy cf the whose bodies were recovered by Corporal Dempster and his patrol from ftawson to Fort j Macl-hcrson, near where the tragedy j occurred. t lie stated that he had absolute Last week H. Henderson turned his pony out to graze upon the green grass and after a careful search a few proof that the police party were pois- j hours later he saw it hitched to a wagon and travelling along; via A Ye. He asked the driver, a Slav, where he fcot it and he told him that he hart bought it from an Indian for The Indian had asked him for the pony, but the Slav beat him down to the price agreed upon. The Indian had several hearses with him and some of theni were branded 149 B on the right shoulder. The Indian was a very sharp one and gave him a certificate of sale. Mr. Henderson took the out-fit to the Police Bar- racks and the horse is being kept there until the Indian is located. sponsible for the deaths of the men. When I was at thc police post of Slave Lake word had been received there the party had been lost, but the police had no particulars of the death of Some of the their comrades then, men had been at the 1 Herschel Island station and all know i the victims of the tragedy." in nrfAnnc1 ALL RECORDS Montreal, May is stated by C.P.R. officials that the month of April just past .has broken all rcc- onis lor immigration by over people. At the .same time the rush through .Montreal with the opening of navigation .to Montreal has started in at a rate that bids fair make May even exceed the figures for Ap- ril. During: the month just ended the C.-P.R. carried from St. John to Montreal and thence westward no fewer than immigrants, not counting small children or over a thousand a day exclusive of Sundays. This is an increase of over on the figures for March, when were brought through. During the six- ty-one days of March and April this year the Canadian. Pacific carried 000 immigrants through to the new lands of' the west, a number far in advance of any previous immigration. That ...this inrush of settlers is not. falling off is shown by the fact that yesterday alone fifteen hundred people passed --through .the "Windsor station from the Virginian and Sardinian, the great majority of whom were bound for the- west. w ednes Cash 0 Discount Off-'all', goods in Lawn Mowers, Garden Requisites, Refrigerators, Screen Doors FOR SALE Can supply in carload lots LetiibrMp Laed Bank of Commerce: Building MILWAUKEE CONCRETE MIXERS Sold oa Five Days'" Trial MARKETS CROT REPORT Rain will Soon be Needed in most Parts of die West However Winnipeg, May Canadian Pacific railway's weekly crop report came, out today very opportunely for there has been a good deal oi gossip among local grain men of damage to crop prospects from lack of rain dur- ing seeding operations. Speaking gen- erally the fears are without founda- tion. Rain would be beneficial, but there is plenty oi moisture in the i 5-S, closed 90 5-8. ground from eighteen inches to two j wheat opened 94, iort and although closed 93 1-2; July, closed S7 7-8; Sep- there has been no rain in most "of j opened 87 1-2, closed 86 1-2. Manitoba and over larse areas of Toronto, May electric was very active this morning, 1340 shares trade.d at 238 and rose quicMy to the highest point reached 240 l-S, then dropped .to 234 -5-8, 'where the last sale was made. WHEAT MARKETS Winnipeg May throughput the west was the cause" of; Winnipeg wheat closing two ,_cents below tne opening on the Erchange today. Fol- lowing are the prices: wheat opened 95 3-4, closed 93 3-4; July opened 97, clos- ed 94.3-4; October opened 90 3-8, clos- ed SS 1-2. opened 37, clos- ed 35 7-S; July opened 38 1-4, closed 37 1-8. opened 2.42, closed 2.40; July closed 2.34. Cash Northern 93 1-2, 2 Northern Si, 3 Northern 88 1-2. No. 4' S4, No. 5 79 1-2, No. 6 72 1-2, Peed.62. MILWAUKEE STEAMER- Write for-1911 Catalogue. .764 MAIN ST. Coal, Ice ana PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS., Office Phone 1163. Oats- -No. 2 C. W. 35 3-4. American markets 'wheat opened 56 1-4, closed" 95 7-S; July opened 98 7-S, closed 96 7-S: September opened 92 over large areas Saskatchewan since seeding started, or about April 14th the grain is com- ing along nicely. Without question, ireneral rain would be very welcome and should-it come, it is possible that the local wheat market might '.rcak a coiiple of cents, but the soil is in shape to sustain for an- other wr-ek or ten days without giv- ins. cause for serious apprehension. From eigiuy to ninety-five per cent, i of seen'ins is completed in Manitoba. There has been a little rain along the j International boundary. Souris dis-' trict report weather TV arm and dry but crop not suffering. Brandon dis-; (ricts say no damage is done, but I the rain would da good or. light j land. Estevan district, which has suf- fercri before from droughts report DR. CLIFFORD TO VISIT CANADA London. Mar Clifford, tae famous Baptist will visit Cal- gary, Winnipeg and Toronto after the Lake Mohonk peace conference. Zam-Buk Cured Baby's Sores. Mrs. C. Pardy, of 479 Seigneurs SL, Montreal, cannot tell you how thankful I am for the cure Zam- has worked in. the case of ray baby son. He was troubled with scalp disease and I tried everything I could think of, b.ut. in vain. Finally .1 tried Zam-Buk. I could see an improvement alter, two applications! After perse- vering with the Zam-Buk treatment he .is now completely cured. Zam-Buk ;s certainly n wonderful balm, and I shall always keep it on hand." MORDEN ACQUITTCO Toronto, May J. ren and W. S. 'Morden. appeared ia court this morning- to answer the charge of receiving Banners' JBaak notes in pledge. The result, of trial of iboth men was the aeqollitel of Morden and .his discharge, _gid re- serving of judgment by the judge in, the 'case of Warren. On Tracers' 'evi- dence alone Mr. iMorden Tr guilty. Mothers should use Zam-Buk for all plenty of moisture in the ground, but j children's skin sores, ringworm: scalp rain would be beneficial. Miniota j cuts, chafings, bruises, etc. be- and Lenore districts sav everything j cause-of its great purity. Also cures i piles, eczema, bad leg. varicose sores, etc. ofrc box, all druggists and stores. I Zam-Buk Soap 25c tablet is best for iy's bath ajid for delicate skins. will be all ritrht if rain come ten days. Seeding is fully advanced in Saskatchewan. Along the Soo lire farmers sav rain would be. bene- ficial, br.l no anxiety is felt yet. The weather is warm and dry, but it has not from the soil. Wheat is two inches Kaward- cn. Belle Plnine benefited from a light snow fall. Govan reports wea- ther ic'cal with moisture down five feet ir, the soil. Spring seeding is nr.irly in Alberta, where y r'.ir.s of Saturday covering nr st i-.f tiir: nnri lasting from to ten iHji.'rs, have removed all danger from drought for days to come. As a whole the- report is very. cjtimistic. PAINTING, DEGOBATING, PAPEK HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any bulldm? -we have buiJt in the West." So writes a large firm for we had a large contract. WELLINGTON BBOS. PHONE 1472. You're Sure of "Good Work from Us. ;