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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHBRID'GE DAILY Page The lowest boiler made. Built for steam or Hot Water. Burns any kijid of fuel. Easy to operate. Large flues. No trouble to clean. Willing worker. Drop a card for Information to The most compact boiler made. Stands only 49 1-2 inches high and can heat any size house or building. Built in horizontal sections which can be added the capacity of the time after it is Installed. It is built especially for soft flues large and easy to grates heavy and easy acting. LOOK AT THE CUT The arrows show the heat travels in and around the parts that contain the water. Note how the heat must travel right around the boiler before it reaches the chimney. The heat is absorbed by the water. A direct draft operated from the front can be used in mild weather allowing the heat to go directly to the chimney. This means that on a cool day in the Spring or Fall when your fire is not going you can throw Jn a stick of wood and produce the warmth necessary to take the chill of the house. This is a great conven- ience, especially when you take into consideration that in the ma- jority oi makes of boilers you would have to build a big fire and check it down. There are lots more things to tell you about this is to your interest to clip tbe coupon and send it in. You place yourself under no obligation and you receive free, much useful data concerning heating systems. METALS, LIMITED, LETHBKIDGE, ALTA. Warehouses: Calgary Edmonton. MASSEY-HARR1S J SBOPROOTY CO. NOT ALARMED I WILL GO THROUGH BY RECIPROCITY Toronto. May Massey-Har- ris Company proposes to enlarge its works and to add from 500 to 700 employees to its present large staff. The company intends to increase its foundry department by transferring the paint shop to the east side of Strachan avenue, and build a large storage warehouse to the east of the present warehouse. For the purposes of expansion the eonipany hopes to purchase a portion of the Central American Correspondents However t Differ as to Senate Majority Washington, D. Mar Canadian reciprocity pact will be passed by the Senate." That is the general opinion of newspapei correspondents who watch the minute details of the legislative situation in Congress, There is a divergence of opinion as to the ma- jority, it being estimated at from METALS, LTD.: Please seed me information on your heating systems. NAME Prison or asylum property from tbe I two to fifteen. There are sorrre, too, Ontario Government in the near fu- j who see a possibility that some ture, and to use this additional prop- erty for piling lumber thereon. A True S Are You When selecting your paper for your new bouse, be careful. You will benefit by using good paper. THAT'S JUBILEE! PJEERLESS SHEATHING Is also good paper. We will be pleased to mail samples on re- quest Trade only supplied. Merrick- IKMTO TRfRIFFF UytvlJOl ImOUlLi IN PORTUGAL Lisbon, May tlie situation i in Portugal is serious is evidenced by [the fact that the government is dis- patching reinforcements to the north. Tile official explanation of this is that ine government is aware that Mon- archist plotters with 200 mercenaries are on the Spanish frontier and intend to cross to Portugal at the first oppor- tunity in the hope that the inhabitants or the village will support their cause. amendments will be made, and that they will cause its it is i by no means out of the woods yet. "I believe there will be 51 for the said Frank B. Lord, representative in the Senate oi the Hearst news service. "K anything, there will be more, not less, than that. The majority for it, therefore, will be from eleven to fifteen. There will be thirty-eight Democrats .voting! ranged toward the higher standards in favor of it and twelve to fifteen as the rows neared it. Upon the LOYAL EXERCISES IN CARDSTON SCHOOL Fitting Observance of Em- pire Day by the Pupils -Addresses by Trus- tees and Mayor (Special to the CardstoE, May the weather clerk did his there was a splendid showing made by the Cardston school stafl in the celebra- tion of Empire Day, the. exercises be- ginning at .10.15 this forenoon and lasting about an hour and a half. The stormy weather doubtless kept many of tfve parents away, whose homes were some distance out. How- the mothers were well repre- j sented. Of course, the fathers dare: not face a storm, weather conditions have a very depressing effect on so many of them. The lower grades of the -'school were seated below tic stage And Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? It Will P..Y You Well to Make Sure Th-re's a lot of "guessing" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- ally, but you can DC dead sure that little pain across your back came from de- creased kidney action. The kidney's duty is to filter the blood out the impurities collected-by the returning Mood it just like absorbent cotton in a funnel -filters the impurities from polluted water, When the kidneys arc not working you arc bound for one of two betes and Bright's Disease or Rheuma- tism, Lumbago and Sciatica. mer course is usually fatal, and the latter always painful, but you need either, as they both can be easily-.pre- ventcd. The very best prescription for all kid- ney troubles is Nyal's Stone J-ioot'Com- pound. It is no "patent" medicine, but a scientific prescription composed of Stoneroot, Buchu, Juniper and other remedies of proved value. More than that, it has been proved by thousands who have had jjlad relief from its use. There's nothing quite so miserable as the dragging results of sick kidneys- You are trifling with your ovrn future when you neglect so simple a precaution, as a pleasant home treatment with "Nyal's Stone Root Compound when results are so certain. It soothes bladder irritation, 'gives you rest and comfort at night, and makes life once more enjoyable. The kidneys, liver and bladder are ail dependent upon one another, and Nyal'fl Republicans will go the same way. World Man Says Two stage were seated the members of the school board and town officials, with Charles.S. Albert, correspondent o' twenty-four of the school girls at- The New York World in the Senate, tired in white, bearing the Union AVF IMFN Jl T Ju HlJji3 The President of the Canadian Club has received the Mowing letter from C. W. Rowley, vice-president of the Association of Canadian Clubs: Dear have, no doubt, no- ticed the newspaper reports of the tragic death of Inspector Fitzgerald and party, of the Royal North West Mounted Police. The Royal North West Mounted Po- ice have done, are doing, and we have veteran of the press gallery, and 'Jack- and with the red, chairman of its standing committee, and blue. They marched to the is not so optimistic as to the scnti- j front of the stage for the parts SHONKWILER CASE S ALL OVER The Shonkwiler incident was closed yesterday afternoon when Mabel SuOiikwJler, who pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing furs and other goods from the store of A. Southard, while a clerk there, was sentenced by Judge Winter in the District Court to eight days in jail and a fine of The jail sentence dated from the time she arrested that her time was very confidence in saying that, they j already uprjwhen''the sentence was will continue to do noble deeds of tnis kind for many years to come. These deeds have been performed ail over the West, and are now being i performed in the Northern portions of Canada, by members of this wonderful force: they are being done quietly in j the daily routine, in the face of all j Kinds of hardship and difficult service, in the knowledge that failure means And erson death, ancl success that only a .duty has been performed. Most of the heroic deeds we hear about are either performed by mili- tary or naval heroes, who are award- ed the Victoria Cross and other med- j ed a contract with the fair Lillian passed. Her father, 0. M. Shonkwiler, who has been with the unfortunate young lady since she was apprehend- ed in Minneapolis, promptly paid the fine, snd they departed this morning on the flyer-for Minneapolis. NEWS FROM nOME TOWN D. W. Dodson, his wife and two lit- tle girls were killed by being struck meat for the treaty. "Reciprocity will pass by a major- wherein the school as a whole parti- cipated and the effect was very pleas- .ing. ity of he said today. "And it will not be amended. If there were a majority in favor of amending it there would be a majority to beat it. i mS rausical instructor. Those who would vote to amend it would vote against the pact as it ent, S. Williams D. S. stands. And if the majority is for i Beach and J- T. Brown, and the oc- it I think, that maioritv will casion uas graced by the presence of The chorus work was conducted by Mr. Joseph Banner, Cardston's lead- Of the school'board there were pres Sold and guaranteed ix ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRJDGE One for each everyday aflmect as I think, that majority stand together against any change, and -will defeat all attempts to make changes. There's Room For Doubt Jacob Wai deck, representative of the United States Press in the Sen- ate, thinks that the pact will pull through, but admits there is room for doubt. Mayor J. A. Hammer and Council- lors M. A. Coombs and S. M. Woolf. Messrs. Wm. Laurie 'and Z. W. Jac--{ obs were both absent because of le-! gal duties. These are the other mem- i bers oi the board. The school sang, "God- Save the as the opening number, and i Miss Emma Parrish feelingly render-, 0 jj ed Kipling's for the The Senate is pretty dt-' r. s Tided on the question just he said. of. the Senators who are going to vote for it are through with the Democratic vote it. will get." by an interurban car at Newark, Ohio. Jackson S. Elliott, head of the As- They were riding in a. buggy. Lillian Russell, famous beauty and; has this to say comic opera star, will appear in vau- deville. Percy G. VYilliarjis has sign- Co, als. The noble way in which Fitzger- jald and party endeavored to discharge tneir duties received little plaudit Makers. Winnipeg- the press or multitude, it SIR WILFRID'S SPEECH Bristol, May Observer re-1 marks, "Sir Wilfrid Laurier, when epealdng for Canada on Tuesday was apparently quite- unimpressed by the tableaux of Manchester oratory in London.. He did not refer to "Reject- ed or to "Barred doors." GASOLINE EXPLOSION Lowder, May resulting from the explosion of a 'gasoline tank today destroyed the Bargroves Shear- burne grain elevator and the Burling- ton railroad station. Help was sent and those in the know of things the- atrical, declare that the figures arc startling. To be Russell t t, r- j- t-v i make at least a minute for seems to be that the Canadian public I snould do something in the way of minutes work each day. erecting a. memorial in honor of In-1 spector Fitzgerald and his party, eith- to The Iast number factor of great wealth." and other turesque offerings the Colonel made to the English ian ct. my doc tor said that sornetime j th jly in July." pressing the federal government- not ic_' I would never connc out of After taking three boxes of them. sr of years since I have had a service to lapse entire- i young ladies assist- ed by Miss ToHey, of tne staff, who sang, "The Red, White and with fine effect during the drill, and wholesale dommciation of treaties now I accepted as binding upon the whole !and aTV'a-v WItn the feelinS "The cuckoo type of a father or .fainting spell and scarcely have had a Roosevelt told the "Dewitt! headache." Too much cannot be said in Hlsh School, "is one who de-iPraise of Milbtirn's Heart and Nerve ,t the school fpills for they motlier Clinton posits the 'empire. Does the fear of indi your meals It needn't. gestion spoil the enjoyment of Just take and you won't know you have a stomach. They will see to it that your food is properly digested. They are among the best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded by expert'cuciriiats and guaranteed by the largest wholesale druggists in Canada. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send us coc. and we will mail you a box. 3 36S NATIONAL DRUQ AND CHEMICAL Co. OF CANADA LIMITED, MONTREAL. B tlie future physical, mental and moral welfare of the child lies in the hand of the teacher." effected a feet cure.' 11! Price 500. per box, or 3 for At all defers or mailed direct s receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co, Hycc Park 1 Limited, Toronto. Ont. icaeion. EMPIRE DAY IN LONDON i London, May Day fee- j tivities here were overshadowed byj the preparations for the coronation, j although there were small eelebra-l tions in the provinces. On Saturday I ten thousand children will assemble in Is to commemorate the oc- Brown Show in the Isle of Spice at Majestic Friday and Saturday i With every detail of an up to date restaurant equal to the best Hill Block, Dtifferin Street Lmich Counter Booths for Ladies ;