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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF, DAILY HERALD Saturday. May Surely what you write is worth pre serving. Then by all means use RELIANCE A Safeguard Against Faded Documents. RELIANCE INK CO., LTD. Winnipeg. WINNIPEG ISSUE ONLY TWENTY-SEVEN PER CENT. OF DEBENTURES SUBSCRIBED IN LONDON London, May 20.-- The public res- ponse to the Winnipeg issue of 000 was unite UD to pxjjeetation but presents further proof ol the congest- ed condition of the nnuiicin- market here. Under the circum- stance? Mayor Sanford Kvans is to he oyjj se'jurins s. Rood price for the 'jig loan, seventy-three Per cent, of which remains on the underwriters' hands. The Resson of It g M.iy 20. In view of the state of the London marker the fact THE LETTER BOX Manitoba, (that the public subscribed twenty- I seven per cent, of the Winnipeg issue of at par. while disappoint- ,To the Editor of the iing, is DOT a surprise. Vancouver and rerently had poor experience ;ijj attempts to place issues at about, ihujf of one per cent, over oar in Lon- [don. It i? xrue that .Montreal re- was at first somewhat sur-jceiHiy successfully negotiated o. slort prised 10 read in your morning con temporary thai, the Alberta Loan Investment Co.. of Calgary, were aban- doning -the on the theatre or. Fjfth street, but on con- Is Your Skin on Fire Doss it )o you that vou can't stand another minute of that awful itch? That it .MUST be cooled? That vou MUST have relief? Get a mivrure of Oil nt AViiitergreen. Thymol and other soothins ingredients as compounded only in Prescrip- tion. The very first drops STOP that aw- ful burning instantly: Tbe first circus soothe and-heal; The first drops give you a feclin? of comfort you have not enjoyed for months, or perhaps years. Take our word on it. Get a ?1.00 or trial bottle today. PAT BURNS How and Where He Made His Many Millions-Story of the Noted Alberta Cattle Man and Financier (By Forbes Sutherland in Toronto ibis big heart, and it is not Jlard to Saturday Night) iSet close to this great, noble Irishman, j ihe will whisper: "Thrift." That's the! The cast. .snot the only place-thatj-secret of'it. He bas saved Ms monevj Billionaires coiiicirrom. Our vcst Get a ?1.00 or trial bottle today. millionaires from. Our -cst, Qut Bwns stockvardSi in thj Write the D. D. D. Laboratories. they have them too. and it docs or other dav> L. H.. 49 Colborne St.. tube long the 10 tenfl of sciray. ,baucred> bruised and they will senu you a trial bottle lhcm. either. As a ma tier 6> .r.'Ct lame caUle were being unloaded fron- tree. Jackson Cope, local agents. ROMANTIC TALE OF ELOPEMENT New York. May IT'.--While inter- state are wrangling over loan at 3-4 per but there {their case, and ex'.radinon papers arej :ind from ivhen'a man commences to. a'Canadian Pacific car and driven wealth in the yrairic provinces hc limping into a large [.ten. It wasj does ir like all his daily a'shortly after the bitter weather the! hiirrv. -jwest experienced at thc end of ,Jan-j NEAL TREATMENT i ifiJUii i FOR THE LIQUORHABIT PERFECTLY CURES IN E DAYS uary and beginning' of February. The I of loose or call money in The scarcity is in money for 'ucrmanent mrostment and this now Pat Burns of Calpiry .cattle were a of That these. It. 1S k-ss than fni-cen yrrnrs lo caugh{ jn sjficc Pat acquired his tire? ,-iu-rge swrm> had broken away j Winnipeg and the "coast: sordid discussion as is Pat 'Jurns stake. oday hc a ir.tUiouairc the main herd and the range! many times over, the riders and drifted before thc heart, soul and bunk account oi-t.Vf.wi numbed and demoralized. A large cou-j loe slopped them. Some of them fell; L .--iJc. over, the steep bank r.nd killed.; but lot's, just for fun. see how re Others stood half conscious at the! brink and froze. Some two found a way to t. of Governor Woodrow Wilson, two j First, young Broklyn eJopers. Herman Pearl, i You don-x. ,l0l niVure'that? a'fVeThe NO KNOCKOUTS NO HYPODERMICS Quick, Simple, Easy Treatment Scores of Satisfied Patients -Write For full particulars and for copy of -con tract fur- nished every correspondence confidential Ira e 502 17TH W., CALGARY, ALTA. Brandies at Port Winnipeg and Regina I market Ing they were going to erect more the Dominion Block am! were to JoQ .juerest kinds of building' there. The Do- minion Block has been Milt and is occupied but their buiicims has vestors. i at least.as he should be known. loses all the sense of responsibility he'lleved that, in ihus looking at tilings d and neglects to feed. A his business wifi eventually prospej j Indian recognized "he ail ihe more. In this-he has been I up his cayusc. and right. He 'supports the country. In] word lo the main camp of ihe the past he tried to encourjico the outfit. Now cowpimchers as a settlers to conserve their cattle. Lgam. u is-pretty c-ercam 'n rule, are inclined to let "drifters" look he preaches to the homesteaders. teU- proposition Ia boarding aouse and composing He more cattle tlua jo., -an lhemseh-es. for once lhey them .0 keep a bunc-li of cattle count, more grazing land thai, your there js Mt much A in i eye can see across. VY'uUc others iiK> be offered the in- love verses to one another. Since: their runaway marriage Following are comparative figures of not louder i Winnipeg's recent issues on the Lou- tvas completed. The sidewalk market: been replaced by [timber and from the ilSOS indications it is likely to main in the same condition indefinite- iisuo Jy. A sort or boarding has- beea erect- ed round the hole they have dug en their Fifth- Sc, property and this is Jersey Citv in February the youni Tvorrh looking after. Pat Burns is dif- for crops -will." come. lie says, and thcj the Circle, thc ferent. As soon as he heard of jt he tittle cattle v.-ill be a might J s: on the sidewalk to a consider- Brooklynues have undergone a series fdron and thc Hull ranches have been ordered out his riders, had the bunch nice thing to fall 'back upon. ot exciting experiences which ended j forcet} to tiie a.oimlains aud post belT rounded up near the railway, ann, For this, and for many other things 0" tlic s-Lrings of ijartoeti and brought them into Calgary. He will the west loves Pat. .And Pat loves the, the homesteaders' invnsioHs, Pat has feed them back to life for the rest and the people in it, and if you humc; on. He's on arci the-winter and they will make just don't believe it. fuse out there'and 4.300.000 at 100 The he's so firmlv -entrenched. WMUat m the spring, if not a gri, from f.hat sturdy right band m the becoud tnmmal Court m Jer- ter. as the herds that have wintered 'Of his and look in his face. You will S7.COO.OiK> at 9ii i.SOU.OOO at 100 272 Grove street. Jersey City. at Released en Bail A CANADIAN FREE sey City on a charge of abduction. He pleaded that Miss he's good for another hundred yi-ars at. least. Although .Mr. Burn1; is LIBRARY FOR THE BLIND (years of age he married her and j typically" a westerner he has icf AithCMgJ: ?-i'r. _____ I that he complied the Jersey law ways lived on the prairie. T-fc -luils as either on the prairie. It's .lust a little thrift.'see honesty of purpose, wise and ht and life Burns does not pose'erous liviuf- of though a student or a lhere in u iu .n-is: u mi.. .-.i--vj Uain was over 16 able extent. Is tacre no regulaaon by v.-hich any person or company c-an be compelled to either proceed with cheir building or leave the sidewalk in pre- cisely the same condmon as it. was most interesting: ana must education an load Uefore they started to dig boles mi WJ t is rhe Canadian or tae oncie tfiat criminal proceedings fold. Ontario. Sir Donald Mann and for anr man to irrv" i, the wav bei Libran- forrte Blind, which, was have been begun against the bride-j Sir J -r originally from the district ,-nere of rhe parents I niiilionaires arc made, namelv ot' the bricie that criminal proceedings j fieid. Ontario. Sir Donald Mann aud jani'es Ross coir.c' from of the classics, he has a great admira-j ;-_ tion for any man possessed of WRECK Ar PHARCE tinn "An (artur'ation is an Aa.sv load DELAYS LOCAL TRAIN An east-bound frcicjit wreck at draw the attention of the proper 1906. It Is now to move tborities to the water pipe'in thejtbe institution to Toronto, ia order middle of Seventh Sc. opposite the that it may.'be more easy of access, pew Hull Block. Ir is about three feet land'to improve its usefulness by plac- is entirely unprotected aad Jias jing: some hundreds of addiriona! vol- umes en its shelves. An effort-will be made to install a. press for'the rnami- no mark to show where it is and on a. dark night -will probably be the cause of a serious acci-dent. Surelv oon- CHA5, M. O'BRIEN SociaMst member for Rocky Mountain Quest of the district attorney of Kings co.uuty. Judge Queen held Pearl in' bail to await extraditing pro- ceedings. With the help of the elder Pearl, the bridegroom found a bonds-! man and walked triumphantly from; court, .his. bride cttuglng- timidly to his his own when asked if i.e.- was given in Toronto a year or so-ago! the east-bound passenger, which FIERCE ATTACK ON tlio President-of the CamuiUn bv'the.western undergraduates of To-j not arrive till five o'clock. Six cars i Northern.: "Know him? Yes sir, I ronio University. President Falconer j were derailed, and "the wrecking crew FRENCH IN MOROCCO faciure of tac-tile books, in order that i arm. tractors or owners of property should, have some considerauo.r for rhe of the Canadian htera- ]jc of this fair city. I enclose my card. and reinaiUj, Yoursrnily. A RESIDENT. been reProduc- Despite all the pleas of her parents know hfn-.. We 'rustled in our mglt presided and Mr. Burns, who was visit-! was dispatched from to j nknitra Morocco if-v'O y .Lngia the east. invited as a guesr] clear thc trach. Passenger trains, !Hassan'tribesmen'todav'attach school Sll'and 8i2' wil1 at camp bere but "were re several others had spoken, Mr. Burns; days. -They were short days i'or was caiied ,lpon. He rose and hesitat-j wrcclv and thc passengers will little Mrs.- Bain-Pearl stuck to because his fathar was.a ..farm- MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg; Man., May er 'acd' needed the. lad he- EEC of Then he said: "Youse boys don't attacked the repulsed be after a desperate engagement, A 'French colonial captain.-was killed. ed in raised letters may be-enjoyed by j young husband and returned to their! Blind, j furnished room on street with j 3'Uwas a It too late for Mm to get. This Library has also a department j bun. Later they moved, he tears stood i of free -instruction in rhe art of declared they were coaudeiit that1 dujwanu ing tactile print. While it is diffictilt j the law would never come, between for those of us who are blessed with j them. sight to realize fully how much tactile J Declare They Won't Be Parted tJDoks, and the ability to read them, will mean to our five-thousand fellow- to-'Tielp- him. know yer got here." He meant liis The in his eyes as he slid it. i Mr. Burns-is illiterate and be makes 1 no bones about it. Still his signature. up 01 thc i. s- scrawied in a1 heavy hand at, the bot- Burns, trekked to TrtTn nf. ohpflllfl_ stands for more in! a profit- i the tora of a z -y tuiu UL uiui c ILI "I love Herman, aad that's all there homestcadcd. Strangely enough the financial aud -banking world than is to declared the bride with a liara Mackenzie caine along al] the educationalists coumry and elosins" prices in Wnmipecr and Canadians, vrho are doomed to pass becoming blush. "I was IS on thei ai-lerw-ards surveying the Canadian rolled into one He misses the advan- Amencan markets today are as fol-jttteir days, as well as their nights, in j 30th of last April, and even if they. Northern lilie, What did he do bul an training might have [utver darkness., this Library s appeal make us .back to Brooklyn, I shall; ddvc a gtakc pat-s .brought him of coarse, but his busi- marry; Hermann over apm." i quarter section arid" call it a station. ness acumen is in no way impaired.! had a. pretty tough time, -j j In fa-f has in "hook .f Pat sold out and went "to Brandon. in ca'-L waac Qe nds lost in D00h- put m the young -husband, j _ -learning" he has made up for with. nattirallv keen intellect and a finely UL'Cl. for support on humanitarian ground is .5-S, closed 94 7-2; July opened S3 3-S, closed S4 7-S; October opened S3, cios-ieloouenr- cd S7 opened 36, clos- l-S; July opened 36 7-S, closed iof u. add to lhis a it means to the state to edti -After we eloped I got a friend, Dave i Here hc conmienccd in earnest the v0- ed 35 l-S; July opened 36 7-S, closed iof means to the state to "Alter we eiopea i got a mena, uave, natarally keen intt OT 3-3. closed 2.35; J.ulyjcate the Blind, yatriotic motives Hinman to send a telegram, to Ada's jcalzon he "ad proved tso handy at as 2.37. should induce" generous contributions family saying we were an.-! Philadelph- j a lad. Cattle tradingl ,v 'I _T. -Tk-; i _ _ .-__ T. IT Arp TVS ft nn Cash Prices 1 Northern 94, 2 Nor- 10 the endowment fund of the institu- thern 91 1--1. 3 Northern 89 1-4, No. S4 3-4 62. Oats-No. 2 C. It is of paramount importance 35 American Markets M-ay wheat opened to lke state to make tfie blind popula- nd the way to ia. That threw them off the track and thc real west called antf kept it took the detectives almost three calling. He saw the its There was one trip which Patj Burns took over into the mountains! of British Columbia, which will ever 111 be memorable to him. It was custom- d, this iS to educate the blind. The j for a couple of brief honeymoon .trips, j ?d t0 were ary for hira to go over loaded and months to find us, lired'here in j Jersey Ciry, most time, except ancl .in and m seeing man without education has hun- jdreds' of avenues of employment open closed-SS 7-S: September opened 91 l-l', i10 bim Um are to the blind 9o7 closed 1-4; July opened 3-S. j brother. Indeed, there is very 'normal labor that the blind can per- closed 91 l-S. wheat opened l-S, closed S4 3-4; July opened SS 1-4, J form, and none that is profitable: closed SS l-l; September opened S71 while in the realm oi intellectual en- -1-4, closed Si 3-3. jdeavor their opportunities are illimit- able. I had 3200 saved up and that lusted .until a few days ago. I was just; tut going out to look for the detectives came last night.' "Where did you first thc reporter of tiie little bride. beginning to open up then, set- come 'back empty, as the freighters r.s and miners were pouring in. and say. This time he loaded both out tTlooklor a the op- He brought steers for beef for the detectives came last night." Porwaily and sent in a bunch and earned back a bnde did you first meet." asked of cattle by the Arrow Lakes. It "J. himseir Sne was Eileen i was ibeT foundation of a trade-which :E1IlS' B.C.. the daughter _ I j. i j of an old timer, one ot the first Eng- "At Rockaway ast summer, she 5 today supports seventy-six d.sfribiu- n take Jn replied. tte used to srt out on tho! ,n? houses and re tail through- Q, thc raountains. Mrs. Burns J beech and Herman used to sing somejout Alberta and British Columbia. 'wa. in En-land and trainpri Markets j A good circulating library of books 0[ his own songs. Oh. you kaow he as educatet- Jn Cn-iand and Rogers (they can read is more important to the j just composes beautifully." Co. reported today that owing to larg-' blind than is such an institution to er supplies and the prevaiiing- Veather there was an all roynd" hot I people who can see. days of cheap literature, even the man of ion of one-half cent per pound in the small means can at least own would try to have .Mr. Pugsley to put a new pub-building at that point. indigestion vaLnJsned- They have a place in my home and are looked upoa .as the farnfly remedy." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilb cleanse the system thoroughly. SoM by aD Peter Harvey, aged 27 a Windsor boy, is dead in the Philippines. was in the United States army. Act more quickly than tafalett, pills or wafers j 7f dealer does nor. keep them, we wijl mail you a box (IS pow- on receipt of 25 cents. J. L. MATHIEU. Proprietor., Sherbrooke, P. 0, lo refuse a meal V- has almost teen mlg charUv The which has hefore chrigtmas iast year he DalTo CONCENTRATED rVs A..UV.II tv a. nerors ctmstmas last year he drew I been ordered from the butcher or thc five hundred dollars in 'bills from the grocer and not. paid for. It is an 'cashier. Before he had left, the sate .sate iron bound rule in his office that cv- of his own stockyards he had eiven ery thing, even a short telegram, shall away half of it, and he was going into be prepaid. Pat Burns runs no hills. for the express purpose of But ask Pat himself for the secret. spending ft on one particular object. of his success. "Oh, I know a -good; Mr, Burns is a man whose policy is steer and an honest man when T seeito act for the good of the country as a one. I he, will say laconically] whole rather than for the benefit of Then, if you can get a little closer toiMs business alone. He has always be-1 WHOLESALE Don nelfy, m the house. Just add iced water and serve. It's a pure lemon product and contains acid. A bottle makes 12 glasses and costs only 15c. Keep it handy. At Grocers and Druggists. A Brown, Ctlgary. ;