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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 10. THE LETHBJRIDGE DAILYiHERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B, SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 646. TO-NIGHT PROF. MENTAL PSYCHIC AND MYSTIC CO. HYPNOTISM, MAGIC AND ILLUSION, VENTRILOQUISM, MIND READING, MESMER'.SM, SONGS. ETC. THE MOST TALKED OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON 25c. NEWS FROM ILK RIVER MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646. Three Nights, commencing Monday, May 22nd Mr. John Griffith, supported by Miss Edith Trotter And a Competent Company in the Following Plays: "Faust." "Othello." "The S1 Gallery 50c. SPECIAL HOLIDAY At 2.30. Wednesday, May MATINEE Adults Children 25c. 24th. MATINEE 2 to 5 EVENING 7 to 11 Special Special THE IS j of Conscience A drama full of human emotion, showing how it makes a coward of us all THE OUTBREAK A Picture of the West Friday, Arbor Day. was observed by the citizens of Milk River and the afternoon WHS most enjoyably spent witnessing tne ball game between the Town and the 2-13 boys. To say that the game-was u slugging match from beginning to end can be better appre- ciated by the final score, which was 23 to 13 'in favor of the'Towu boys. Friday evening the Ball Team on- tertained their visitors to a very en- joyable dance given at Chapin's Hall. Excellent music WAS furnished by the Hierath orchestra and a mcst appe- tizing midnight supper was served, at the Hunt Hotel. Dr. Beck and 0. Severson of >7w Dayton, were in town on Saturday contemplating the purchase, or ex- of valuable property for a tvac-t of unimproved land in this vicinity. Dr. Beck, formerly of Hanley Falls, Minn, -has considerable knowledge- of Dry Farming and we would'be pleased to "see him locate in this immediate! vicinity. i Fred Pease recently purchased the S. 'W. 1-4 Sec. 6-3-15 from Wro. Mi'h- son, consideration por HCIC, which includes some first class im- provements. F. B. Logan and family have re- cently moved onto their farm seven miles southeast of town. J. A. Ellen has departed for a. few (months' visit with his family at Glen- jcoe, Minn. E. B. Landon. our genial railway agent, is about to be transferred to some other point and his relief is not yet known. E. H. Wilson, comptroller cf the A. R. I. Co., accompanied by Mrs. Wil- son, spent a day last week in town. Mr. Wilson is looking after the in- terests of his company in providing "Fmit-a-tivis Cund Me" Says Mrs. Baiter, "I was a helpless cripple from Rheu- matispi for nearir a year. All down the right side, the pain was dreadful and, I could not move for the agony. I treated by two physicians without help. I saw "Fruit-a-tivcs" advertised in "The Telegram" and decided to try them. After I one box, I was much better. When I bad taken three use my arm and the paiu was almost gone. After taking five boxes, I was witirely well again. The of niy "Fruit-tt-tives" Tvas indeed' splcuuid because all the doctors failed to even relieve me. "Fruit-a-tives" cured me. MRS. LIZZIE BAXTER. HOMX TORONTO, Dec. CAREER REPLETE WITH DARING ACHIEVEMENTS nr> Saying! In, hundreds of other cases. '-'Frnit-i- tives" has given exactly the same.satis- factory results "Fruit-a-tives" is the greatest blood purifying medicine in the world. "Fmit-a-tives" the famous fruit medicine regulates kidneys, liver, bowels and skin, and prevents the accu- was notified mulation of unc acid, which is the prune cause of JUienmatisra. ''Fruit-a-tives" will positively cure every case of Rheumatism, when taken according to directions. 500. a box, 6 for or trial size.'250.' At all dealers !that he be os from Pruic-a-uves Limited, Ottawa- (Great Falls Tribune.) In the death of Josephus Hamilton, Montana loses one of its pioneers and Cascade county Is deprived of a man whose career has oeen replete with daring achievements as an officer of law. Fearing nothing under the, sun, Hamilton, in his earlier days, was} just, the kind of man. needed to deal VJritlv the desperate'characters that at times infested the country. Since the tragedy of Tuesday, friends of! Hamilton and the men who served un- der him while he was sheriff of this county, have been recounting with pride some of the exploits of one of the bravest men that ever wore the Badge of authority. In the old days. Hamilton's reputa- tion was such that desperadoes feared him more than ten ordinary men. He stood 6 feet tall, weighing. 215 pounds in his prime, and had no rival for years in physical prowess. He wasn't much of a. gun man. He ruled more by his unmatched nerve, wbich en- abled him to accomplish with ease what other men might require blood- jshed to bring about. To illustrate: i Overawes Desperado On July 4. 1S92. Henry Johnson, a .'thoroughly dangerous man, rode into jSand Coulee and began to "shoot up1' the town by way of celebration. He and killed five horses of men, i who attempted to apprehend him. It I was in this emergency that Hamilton jwas notified. Hamilton did not go af-iCriticisiTI Offered Against British Gov- jter Johnson. He simply sent him! ernmsnt by London Newspapers "Come here, or I will go after' i you." That was enough for'Johnson. i He knew Hamilton meant 'business1 IMPERIAL CONFERENCE voluntarily to Hamilton and: j surrendered, improve- i h's most darin for additional townsite property. ed an extensive amount of F. H. Ellen has just completed a meets to he made this season, in 1S91. when he started out from! preference roomy warehouse to the rear of his several hundred acres of breaking after two horse thieves that1 knowledjred by the parent general store to relieve the con- be done immediately, and the gestion of spring consignments. ection of a large first-class harn. Messrs. McFaul and Cannon, of I Sioux City, Iowa, spent several days (last week inspecting their interests in 13-13 and. 3-14, pcrial interests intrusted to its keep- ing." Thc'Daily News, discussing j forthcoming Imperial Conference. j London, May Morning; Post "The Imperial Council of State ccm- i says "Kvery state, primitive' or i Foseri of representatives of all .arts has rested on the principle j of ihe empire, as proposed by i that the units composing it snail ZwiUind could not be reconciled with the obligation of mut-ial! cabinet government ami of mut-ial! cabinet this truism is ac-; control, either here or in 'lie SECOND CITY IN IIN (so his f. And as accidentallv dis-, j Glasgow Has Practically Stopped Growing and Calcutta is Second City, With In- habitants Glasgow has been surprised by the so surprised they threw up their bands His Voice" Wt Ji ?t Off "IT BEATS THE BAND" S.onsa on-the'Victor gives you every number "'by As many encores as you like; an unlimited engagement He makes room for Pryor's Band, the TJ. S. Marine Band or the Royal Marine Band of Italy, all in the same program. Can you beat that? Only a small sum down and the bal- ance in easy-payments, buys any VICTOR. And .you'll never want to beat that MASON RISCH PIANO CO. PHONE 791. NEW DOMINION BLOCK. W. J. BRYAN TO HARD John Bishop, of Glencoe. Minn., Is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. B. Elleru j J. G. Dill, of the Jones Dill Eleva- jtor Co., made a visit to'their plant ihere last week, and was highly pleas- 'ed with the volume of business done so far this year. GET !questioning, members of the party told' P- representing the Imperial MAPLE that tie tree was the" hard Oil Co- for lhis district, accompanied I 3eat is Canada's nationalbr their local representative, J. G. Becomes Interested in Specimen of [emblem, and one'recited a few lines of Dil1' on tteir trade days Maple Leaf Forever." Canadian Timber and One Will Mr. Bryan asked if one of the maples be Sent to Nebraska f would grow in Nehraska, his home St. f Thomas, Ont., May and told there Would be no in'the city recently. Hon. W. J. u i E T amlifnr fnr rA.t his-TPOuest E will >VCIBU, travelling auuitor lor was given an opportunity to. see not! t-1 Cjfi7ens Lumber Co was a. pallor u iUp a map e and send TO IT a, caiiei oniy the points of interest-in the citv, _. tnwn latter nart u [Brvatfs home in Lincoln Nebraska '.own uie laiter part 01 tne week. out was taken on an auto.tour Jack Male Quong has purchased a lot ly ;impressed with the., appearance of -1S Jefl ieT, and will commence this fine farming at one c-.erations to erect an attractive place where the auto stopped became The C- N-K. is said to have got the substantial .building1 where ho will greatly enthused over the appearance i Jesuit-College site on Bleury St., Mon-'conduct a first class restaurant and of "a large tree. In response to'his'treal for a terminal. fruit store. Mrs- "J- D. Barrett, of Billings. Mcnt.. and Mrs. K. F. Hunck, of Denver, Colo. better known as Hawkeye Ranch. These gentlemen I are highly pleased with conditions this season. C. Metcalf and family have moved tin from their claim in 1-12. and will, j occupy their resideace in town for! the summer. -result of the! census, protest' Thousands of acres of breaking is' ne'w areas aosorbed since, former sheriff seems to be re- ieing done this season in the vicinity-! 1901) shows a population of membered mostly, however, in ccnnec- o[ Milk River, there 'being no less aa increase of only in ten tion.with his capture of James Wilbur t.-n gas outfits, and nine big steam- Vears. Estimates ".census in 1890. Wilbur had'shot and killed ers; the gas rigs -about I'-vere from S10.000 to based "on tv.--o men and a girl in I twelve acres per Jay, and the previous rates of mcrease. jFftrgus county, near Lewi scon. Ham-! es twenty-live acres each, and sev-l It is thought that volunteered to assist Sheriff Jack! rigs have been doing as much has caused, the fall, %'aite, of Fergus .county, in. the-.hunt! 30 acres daily. should be remembered that ior the man. '.Hamilton Tras then (a] At. the rate of almost 350" acres j Parti ck. and other boroughs are really deputy under Sheriff CP.S-J c'uly, not concidering the many ox parts of Glasgow, though not-iaruter the 'Tie had' been'wearing black hat. a brown one the latest esti- for f rth to a very large acreage sown of the three chief English cities, Rench His Csmo 3 .'1 wheat this season: (but the census may show that these' All grain in this vicinity, and .-es-.'timates are as far wrong- as in-the racially spring grain, is makng excel-lease of Glasgow: nt growth the past week, after ha vug T60.S57 a good heavy shower. The grass is! Manchester........... well advanced, and stock is gaining Birmingham......___-.. wonderfully fast-the past two weeks.! Greater While the winter wheat appears to claims a p almost at a standstill it is growing ooo. steadily, thickening. up. and stooling AS a matter of fact, Calcutta is wonderfully well, with no apparent reallv the second city -of the Empire of winter killing. inhabitants mounted. He went alone, as hej the empire the sessions of the preferred to be on such-hunts.j ferial Conference might as well ;Instead 01 following on horseback, he! jboarded a tram headed toward Power.! "if riip" l A JiL, it t1 Hit: ,.v i.-ww ;The train overtook the thieves, verninent mecu :hc M i ;c TJew 'it renphoH MnmilTrin rtvA ir-elnTtr' lors in confcTeiicc non possumus as 'it reached Hamilton had it slow or overseas dominions. Its establish- tm- j would cause a constitutional .be j revolution in every state ot" tEe j pire. Sir Wilfrid Laurier'.attached :iome i ihe idea in 1-007 and still holds ihe We assume that l.iiR with the picas of j real purpose of the suggestion 10 in 1-907, it would clear their view rather than the weanon was _________. __, the bullet passing ratheristan seli-convict-ed and sch-condcmn- or even desire 01 securing its aciop- to the robbers. When he com-j Sfl of having betrayed the fon." imanded them to surrender, they were TH F BANK OF JiR EDMUND WALKER; C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER.-LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, and norse plowing outfits, and with ex same municipality. plowing conditions we look The followins are The Bank of Commerce-'-is equsppcd to issue drafts on the principal cities in the folltJ.vi i ew bill, It is their intention to erect a large storage tank at this statir.n for the and AFC Your .The two peace officers started oiiu in 3 spring wagon for the place j.yyilb-nr was thought 10 be camping on j th-j Missouri river, near Cascade. T'-eyj agreed to drive past the cump did not intend to stop. jumped out of the made a 'bee Wilbur, whose was nearby in a tent. HU wife also there. Hamilton succeeded'in get- his -man ihandcufled. ,but only af- tev a tussle. Wilbur afterwards hang-! ed himself .in. jail.. i j .Duncan McLeod. of Belt': Tornj VVheeler, of Sand Coulee, and Capt.l John iioran and Silas Beachley, bothj It Will Pay Yon Well to Make of Great Falls, were all deputies under There's been a lot of "guessing" about Hamilton, rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- ally, but you can be dead sure that little pain across your back came irbra de- creased kidney action. Thc kidney's duty is to filter the blood out the impurities collected by the returning blood it just like cotton in a funnel filters: That the impurities from polluted water. i When the kidneys-are not working you j are bound for one of two J i betes and Bright's Disease or- Rheuma-' tism, Lumbago and Sciatira. The for- .'7 t 't''ter outward indication of always painiul, but vou need not _, ,r either, as they both'can be easily pre-jMrs- Florence Maybrick learned today vented. of the death in England of her one- favorite child, James Chandler! Africa. Arabfa Belgium Bri.zil Chili Chini co'-ntrics delay Crete Greeix New Cuba ncj-.n-.irk Iceland F.'iroc-IrilanJs. Ireland J? T taly F.oov.cia Japan tj Coc'iin China. Miilta Germany Jf.inchuria. Griiit Urjt.iin Mexico Panama I'ci-sl.-t Peru PhiUppin -Portiig-.il -Kouma Kiissia Servia Islands .Siberia Ssoudan Soutli Spain Switzerland Turke Uruguay XVest Indies, etc. 233; Mge Branch G G. L STOIQSM Made Worid Wonder Marks Florence Maybrick, Whose Son Is Dead j Chicago. 111., May but: Go to the COALDALE RESTAURANT For Good Meals and arrived here for an extended visit with their roother and brother, Mrs. F. E. ,Quinn and H. J. Quinn. i Daniel Reery and H. J. Quinn were Lethbridge visitors last. week, j Mr. and .Mrs. 0. Fitzmaurice spent a few days in Lethbridge the first of the week, Paul -Madge and Geo. H. Country- man are installing a tank ;for the convenience of supplying the many of gasoline .in this com- munity. The rain which fell between Friday evening and Tuesday morning ain rait- ed to considerably over two and the ground is now thoroughly s ed and in excellent condition for breaking, being wet down for a fepth of eighteen inches. Owing to the high water in the Milk j River, the bridge crew .have been forc- ed to abandon work until the water re- cedes to a more natvsral level. Old ranchers in the Milk River dis- trict say the grass never looked bet- ter at this season of the year. i F. s. Leffingwell, of Warner, was a visitor this week to hia large farm im- mediately west of town, and supervis- The very best prescription for all kid- ney troubles is Nyal's Stone Root Com- pound, but It is no "patent" medicine, time Maybrick. who was believed at the! time of the famous Maybrick trial ini OF CANADA Capital, Rest Profiis Total Assets Over Fands for Your Trip no matter what part of the world you visit- can, "be conveniently' 'secured, whenever and wherever you them, if you cany a Travelling Letter of Credit from this Bank. I. Absolutely; .safe, as no one else can realize and an mtrodactiou.-to the best Banks and Bankers everywhere. Our Local Manager v.-ill be glad to tell you all about them. Main Office ccr. Round ftecpath Sts.G. R, TINNING, Manager. Slirisng H. Roach, Acting Mansccr. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. remedies of proved value. More than that, it has been proved by thousands who have had glad relief from its use. cipal innocent instruments of the conviction of his mother as the; murderess of his father. Mrs. Maybrick was informed of the! death of the 'boy, known during his' ciiiiahood as "Bobo." as she stepped I as a treatment with Nyal's i downstairs and into the office of the! Stone Root Compound when are'Hotel -Moraine, Highland Park: She! to certain. (gasped, lifted her 3iand as jf overcome' It soothes bladder irritation, gives 'bv a momentary faintness, and sank in! mat" Sbe'soon TL. _ J Tt -me horflnsp Kolin rlror: You are trifling with your own future you neglect so simple a. precaution, Thc kidneys, liver and bladder are all because "Eobo" dropped in! dependent upon one another, and Nyal's tije mud a letter his mother had given! Stone Compound is particularly him to mail that- he was said to' have: been the indirect cause of his moth-j er's conviction. designed to help them all. Sold and guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG 4. BOOK CO. J. D. HIGIN60THAM A COi, JACKSON A, COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE WANTS TO KILL DEGENERATESt Boston, Mass., May all de-j generates in Massachusetts institu-j should be killed with an anaes-j th'etic, is the suggestion of the Rev. j George "VV. Cntter, made before the Urr; itarian ministers of the city at their i monthly conference. "Any hej says, "who, like myself, has time in Institution work, knows thati many who are.in our state institutions! would be better dead than alive." THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, 1355. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL. Capital Paid Up .Kescrve Fund SO BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION AGE.VTS and CORRESPONDENTS in all ihe Principal Cities of JJNITED STATES ocd GREAT BRITAIN, and in all parts of LETTERS OF CREDIT Available in GREAT BRITAIN and all EUROPEAN TRIES. If you are going to THE CORONATION you will need oaa. Collections. Promptly SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT upwards received and interest allowed Deposits of ST and date of deposit. This bank endeavors to eive prompt and all business and invites your Account. intelligent attention to Lethbridge JBrauch- DIAMOND CITY BRANCH K.D.Johnson, Manager D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER ;