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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 2flth, M2 TTf E LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 13 j ou must care fbrit, 'If dandruff is pre- sent, first eliminate by using Na Dru Co Dandruff Kradicalor for three or four weeks, then toue.up the with NA-DRU-CO Hair Tonic and Dressing1 This valuable preparation is absolutely free from coloring matter, or from any chemical that cau affect the color of in any way. Its daily ip a pleasure that is as beneficial' as' it' refreshing Na-Dni-Co Hair Tonic and Dressing and Na-Drn-Cb Dandruff Eradi- cator are put up in 500. and: o bottles. Ask your Druggist for them. National Drug and Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited NAORUCO I1 HAIR TONIC DRESSING K '203 CKEEK v-Pincher Creek; May 2 Tomorrow Victoria DayXinromises to be cojn jiai-'tlvely fiuiet iheie Manj intend .hieing themseh es to other points celebrations are to be" held. The most exciting ;event so fur as town is contemned be the Jeiguc baseball match belne2n Taber and -'the "Cteek ;teams which -ttflt be plaved. on Kettles grounds The cdj guard of the rail ton sti-uc lien gang-.arrived in -Pinchef From 'now on the fion will -probably: bo a busy, one with HOSPITAL Tells How Sick She Was And What Saved 'Her From An Operation. Upper years vas.married and'went to hbuse- was not feeling- well and could hardly drag cnyself along' I such tired3 feelings, my back ached, my sides ached, I had bladder., trouble aw fully I could no tea tor sleep. I had headaches, toe, and becmme almost a ner- vous wreck My doc- tor told me tq go to honpttal I did like that idea very well, to, when I a paper, I wrote to you for advice, arid have done as you told me I hive Wken Lydia E fmkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills, and now J my health "If-sick and only Jcnow enough to your would relief BENJ H STANS- Route 6, Box 18, Upper Sanduiky, Ohio. If you have, mysterious pains, irregu- nerv-ouaneas, ipflemmation, ulceration or displace- ment, don't'wait wo long, but try Lydia E.' Pinkham's Vegetable Compound now. rFor thirty years Lydia E Pmkhani'a Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has the standard remedy for female ilia, and such unquestionable testimony as the above proves the value tit this famous remedy and should give one .confidence, I engineers, .navvies, inland near the town i The new breakAateif eibt crB toVn ilmost finished This Nvork v, is! practicall> comnletetl a ago1 but tha engineer TeEusecl to the contract until furth-or touches are giyen it. This woik will remove a grievance of tho eastein subdivision ivhose property has long been threat- ened H ith al stream through tlje ravages oC tide and flood "Vlr Tlggett rTincipal of the schools, is spending -Victoria-'Day an Saturday "in" Calgary, The lecent i-ains have gnen i Jerful stimulus to the crops It is as sorted by those 'who ought to Uno from exirerience -fhat the present pro -pect is the Hncst-ia the history-of tl district 1 he >vmtei is pi senting a magnificent, shoeing, whi oats and haj are Ijcating past raa The lime; for' recaiyiiigV tenders the new town hall has been extende and will on Monday C that night the council nUl piobab decile on the tender th various ..bids, are .satisfactory. cm M WHA1 LAUbtU FISH TO DIE London Fishin telegram i 13 announce the and compl-eto' wlpin out of the trout and roiich fishery p the Fnemllj Anglers feocietj'1 on tli River Colne but a ftsherma could appreciate .the, calamjtqus na ture ot the news, For within, a. hours 5090 nlngniiicent trout and mam fine roach dead 01 the surface ot the river thre years of care-rul plant In j of society had confo- t naught Ihe fishery had just oped into one of the finest, nij-he king tloni Chemists aie now, ing the water in ap the nature of the poisbnlwhich mus lulled the fish. Effective grumbled a customer should like to know the meaning o this. Yeste-rilay I was-aerved with a portion of twice, this size. Tndcccl, rejoined7, the "waiter 'Whore did you 'By the window "Oh, that accounts for it. We al ways give the peopiej.by.thp .window large portions. It's a-good advertise ment Bits The PRINTERS and STATIONERS Arc now Sale Agents for SHAW-WALKER OFFICE FURNITURE SUPPLIES also can) a full assoilmonl of legal blank forms., 8300 pci luuidicd, lino oft Slock Company .Requisites. 1 J" i' TJioir job iiiling and binding plan! is kept basy. but is never dclaj- i'd und Ihc pronuspd day 01 hour. "i l' The Printers and Stationers (R. SAGE, Proprietor) SAGE'S STAND '.U2-5th Strut: I'hont 1334 RAYMOND HAD GREAT DAY OF SPORT Iliiymoud, May bnfore perhaps, in her history has llaymon witnessed such a day of sport us tlia which tool; place on Victoria Day when, besides the greit foot bull gain between the Let lib rid go post of fie team, and. the Raymond eleven, th first nnnuul field day 'of the Y. M. I. A. of the Mormon church was holt It is certainly putting it lightly, "whei It is stated tliat the whole programm of sports and athletic contests wa au umjiwlined success. The foolba] tilt was the hest gaine of soccor eve seen in Raymond, and WHS won bj the postoffiee a score of 3 ti i, although there were two goals o the local eleven that were not allow e-d by the fereree on account of some obscure technicality. Raymond, ai least, should have been given 011-2 o, these scores. _ln the boys' basebal game between the youngsters of Ray moiid and iMagrath, the score wag 15 II, In favor of the home team. This contest 'was one of the cleanest ant most interesting events of the day The running and jumping and other events were most excellent, and displayed some splendid athletes in the making. Magrath and Raymond were "the only towns to enter a team, Irhe former having a team- of two, ,who contested against the Raymond three. This was on account of 3, slight inis it' gavosRaympild the adiantftge and in the tlnal score they caine a few points ahead Garden City; athletes. Altogether-the meet satisfactory, and the enthusiasm that was manliest bv th.e immense crowd in attendance on the ground that they thoioughh enjoyed the bpoits X i. ?j The Baieball Game The first event was the school boys baseball match, which commenced on the-Victoria-Park'diamond at one o1 clock. ;Jt was witnessed by a large number of peoplef among whom was a considerable bunch of rooters frtnn Magrath, who made their presence known Ijy the loud cheers that rang out from .time to time from a hundred lustj lungs en bcdy liked the time It wag one i person could tea! Ij enioj, ind H is an outsLinding fact that the little fello'ws had 'a greai deal less of jangling: than the1 big-fel- lows. They played a very iiieat game, the honors being evenly divided. The iMagrath' boys appeared -to be little nervous in the beginning.of the game, and their pitcher was an easy murk! for the Raymond'swatters." soon replaced him by putting o tlm mound vouns StoddarcL who he! them down much better. This gav the visitors more confidents, an- from then on the game was in'doubt Some pretty riink playing was in .ey. dence on both sides iifd it would h difficult to the talm to iir single plajer Raymond ha st om team but Magrath hcems to an1 aggregation equally aa good, so thai some tight encounteis be expect cd this sen-en is schpd f nled for a game at JIagrath on tin first of June. .The final scora at the game yesterdaj uas Jo 1-1, the., line- up was as follows Brewerton, Har s. Fulmcr, Wasden, Stephens, Hari- na, Strong Nalder Stnddarcl 1 avlor Shi ffer, Rice, Toomer, Brown. Harrison and Gliy Poit OfflcejWins. The football game commenced short after two o'clock.' An immense throng of spectators lined along the north line .o-Z the grounds, a.nd the grandstanaVwas well filled. The R'ay mond boys 'tvere well applauded, was also the. post office team, when any brilliant piny was made. The game began crisp and remained sc all through tho first half. The -ball vns in Lethbriclge territory a groal laal of the time, notwithstanding ad that :they were lucking against he wind. This was a great disad- intnge to Lethbiidge and the did emarkahly well considering these They also displayed a trifl mend's line was as solid us a Glbral- but even the strongest can fail, so it happened that after eighty ihmlcs of good, Loth- ridge scored. .The-fia.mp went on, laymoml showing more dotorminod Hentions of shutting the visitors out rom another goal, and endeavoring vith all their might and main to put lie ball under the bars. Then earns the ordeal. Grim fate pitted agninst r.ll the strength nd science at the.local eleven's, corn- land, and .thrice they got close to the goal that tho crowd eld their breath, only (o release it in disappointed sigh. The moment, at cngth, presented itself, and Barrett lot. with all his main, and the ball cut through, and.the.bunched yelled honiselvos 'hoared; But all' to'- no vail. The referee dlHallc'vved It. his was some raw deal, and Hay bnd will not soon forget it. ..Well, ethbridgo soon jnit, another goal'on ice. and the half end-ad', 7 ho second half was and j fiercer than the first, and the ball j was In Kayuiaafl territory the great- FEARED HE HAD "Frali-a-lives" Cured I HUGH MCKENNA, ESQ. ST. N.B. Jan. ijih. 1911 "I wish to tell you of the great good ''Fruit-n-tivcs" have done for inc. For j cars 111 is a i isrU r to Chronic Consti pation arid Stomach Trouble. I was greatly run down and my friends feared I had Consumption. I tried numerous doctors and all kinds of medicines, but no relief until advised to try "Fruit-a-tives" "by Mr. McCready of St Stephen and am pleased to say that I nowcnjoj excellent hei'ih "I ruit- arc the best medicine made, and -I strongly advise my friends to use them" HUGH McKENNA. "Fruit-a-tives" is the only medicine that ,1'.will': positively_. and completely cure'Constipation This wonderful compound of fruit acts directly on the In cr, cansifig tins organ to extract more bile from the blcod( and to give up IKe bowels regularly" "and" naturally. 5pc a.box, 6 for trial, size, 250, At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fniit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, :r part of the time., The locals also 'how ed class than the> did pre iouslj and certainh the 'IsHors. a hot-Teccption. It was a ;pod half.hour, for.the spectators, aa here were air kinds of suectacular tunta pulled .off on both sides, show ng that Ihev haj p thorough knou of the game. Letlibridge scored ;ain, and it began to look a little feary -for Raymond. But, noLwfth landing gilra and the referee the ocal jads put th.etoal! under the sHts nd 'he presiding ofticei didn t nei-v-3 to, bent .us. out of It. And o the same ended with the best, of eelmps but with the Raymond pla> re Just a at..tlie referee, lr Gould Field Events, Immediately .after the football on Time! Supreme above all others m qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable Your gro- cer knows him. KM me, the field events were pulled oft In fronL of the grandstand, Comment would out of In describing these Bufflce to say, the'ath lotos all reflected much credit on themselves am! their agsociiitlon. The winners follow JO.e Miifirath; Skouson, Haymond; 'Pole Magrath, i Goolc, Haymond, 2; Deiisly, Magrath, 8. '100 Yards Dash, Magrath, 1; J lick-en, Raymond, 2 Spencer. AhigraUi, t YaWs 1; D. Skot'iBon, 3; R. Slioutson, :t. Broad licasly and Mercer 8SO Yards' Kay- niond, I; Acltroyd, 2; Harris. -Ilolay Skouson. D. Skou- son, Beasly 1; French ,2. One 1: Lonkes, SVlngrath, 2; Spencer, Magrath, 3. The brought to a fitting conclusion with a grand ball lit the! Opera House, 'which was Well-attend- ed, and a splendid time all present No Football Game Tho football game that was schcd ulod to take place at Victoria Park on the evening of Wednesday last did. hot materialize. The lads in the scarlet and white were on hand, but the.basoball boys w'cre evidently icar- ed out by the husky appearance of the regular kickers, .and they failed 10 put in an appearance on the field, T.Ivere was one, however, who dhl show up, and that was .las. 'who honestly believed, that had lie not argame leg, he eo'uld have trimmed the bunch himseVf. 'Notwithstanding "iliG failure to1 put on the Tegular11 matched game the team wcic ghen some very strenuous: and useful practice bj a team from the tint was nalch ing the ihoys train. The local eleven themselves very creditably, although they did some tall playing trafore the engagement was finished. 'Trap and Trigger The Raymond Gun club last Wed- nesday evening engaged in their r eg ular weekly shoot, at which time sev en of the local mm cds participated and several very fair scores, .were made. Paris led with It) out of a.pos- sibte 25, with Fettis a close second.: with ,3.4 poiiils to his cred.t. The fol-i lowing are the names the cnicks men ,uid their Paris ib Tettls 11, Keillor 13 j Card iji Sillies 11 t These "shoots" are held every Wee udday 'evenfug at Victoria Park, anc ire attricting conbiuArable attention from the sporting fraternity of the ugar Town. Birds and Parrots{ We have just received'a shipment of 300 imported Mountain and Roller Canaries. SPECIAL MALE For i limited time o il> of -these day and night guaranteed in. can hear thorn for yourself, prices from and up to 5fi.50. Love birds and other fancy birds and parrots at very low prices; on sale at the 1 FRANK HEDLEY DRUG STORE Ccnybeare Block. FIFTH STREET, SOUTH o bread bread BYE-ELECTIOfi THOUGHTS There is no chance of reciprocity if anv kind as long as the Tories are 11 power, The Dominion Conservatives want o grab the ernmsnts of Albert i nd Safikatchewan. that :ie Dominion Conservatives tried to akc the car distribution clause rom the farmers; they refused to ccept a clause Jft ths Tariff Cora oission bill that In nstry..seeking protection should pro- duce proof that it needed protection they put a 'duty on a class of lumber iised by the western farmers upon Svhich the-f-2 was previously no duty: they are against reciprocity and in favor of high protection, ff the Card stoii' and. Claresholhi electors want to encourage 'that kind of sympathy with Western Canada, then' they should igalnst the Liberal candidates but 1C thcj want larg r markets and a'lower tariff as the issues, their duty is to vote -for Woolf in Cardston and McKeiizle in Clareeholm. Some of Dr. .McMillan's Conserva- tive friends urged him to withdraw from the field in He will toe sorry that he -didn't Monday night, c Martin WooU will bo Cardslon'a next M. P.-P., all Conservative guesses to the contrary Six Tory speak-ars turned up -at Monarch thia week to hold n meeting only one elector put in an appearance then, we are told by the Con- servative press that McMillan is go- ing to 'win. What a It is all very well for the Conserva- tives to try and belittle A. G. Mackay but they should remember that the Conservatives tried that in Ontario with the result that his constituency which gave a big Conservative major- ity in the federal elections, returned him with the biggest majority over recorded for n, political candidate of any party In North Grey, That's what his own people think of him. As a matter of fact A. G. Mackny is one of the ablest lawyers and public men Ontario has produced In recent years. TORY VOTES FEW, AROUND LEAVITT 1 caMtt cornspondcnl writes j On hcic at Learnt, Mr J Uard 01 Cardstoiii and Mi Kcmtris "M I' IJ for Hmcher Creek, held i meeting in tho ol the Consei jartj and John Pairtsh Corsniatne a. ndidiic for the Caids- tcn oonstituenci Tiie. meeting attended bnt to bt com osed of j more Grits than lorifb, nidging from ttic applause Mr C artl bpol c hai upon the mlroads, flephon" (lemonbtrilion firm1-, government non rcp- >n tl Q. from CaidsT ton and, othw itcnis, hut to tbc Torj falK f work 01 the eminent tLlhng could het .ter it. the concilia on of the. mcclinj, tin, cbaiumn Ind to actuallj tall for applause to iliow the labt speaker that xvtlit meeting appreciated Ins ]engtln remarkb Vml then the ap plaust1 mmm ITI. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC- TO BRISTOL, ..ENGLAND Shorteit ftoute'to London on Tor) Floating Palacec St. -Lawrence Sailings RMS Royal George May 29 RMS Rojal Eduiid June 12 RMS Royal George June 26 Rates ol Passage v? class >0 ind upwards 2nd class und upwards 3rd class Biistol 01 London 50 nn> raihyaj or steamship ageltt fci (Illustrated Booklets rates, fctc of wiite t TI i GENERAL -H- ITREET" Or SB MITCHELL, Agent C P ft, Ltthbrldgc- ua mt upLoanoiis, i i I NEGROES PLANTATIONS FLOUR Sold By Ceo. W. Kerr, Lethbridge Snnliago, Cuba, May bodv of 700 under iho Icndership of Gon, KatonoK sol. fire today to caho .Ilelds in Eapiiranxa at Santa Rosa.and Gorvoniaa pliuHntlons owned by Spnn- lards. The rural guard a remained in- active as they were unable to con- trol the situation. ENGINEER STUCK BRAVELY AT POST Si Innicrt, Que Ml) 2H Hit incoming Sorrl training at high speed, rounding a cune it St Iimbtrt tliii morning collilcd without iininp; with a string of sti- tionan trpiaht cars Engineer Pelo- qiim hcroicallj stuck to his post and is found passengers after the sliotK of tin collision m hit, cab in A dung condition with his hand still on, Ihe throttle Both legs uere crush crl WAS harelj ahle to whisper, "I could jumped but tried to