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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May THE LETHBRTBOE DAILY HERALD Page 7 .'THIS is local Jiead- quarters for Camera lovers. And we welcome the beginner. All our experience in photographic supplies is glad- ly at your service. Bring your problems to us. Let us help you out in that trouble you are having with your camera It will cost you nothing Come in to-day Phone 555 3rd Avenue S. 'MADE-IN-CANADA' Train Exhibition twelve'electric-lighted one hundred 'inter- esting exhibits of wonderful industrial development At C. P. E. Depot, LETHBRIDCiE Sunday, June from 8 a. in. to IJ.'p. m.' Don't miu thij unique "Travelling Exhibition." It will be revel- you. Free illustrated, licturM.durlDif visit. FREE ADMISSION TO EVERV CAR 302 SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLANT COST IS ON THE INCREASE What is tlie. sewage disposal plant and liiis an.'pimt was voted. Then the contract was awarded in Before Time going to cost Some of the nldnr- i the winter to.Hotson, Leader and men would like to h.ue an answer to nnn Oootle, their being thai miestion So would many councii thouglli: ihat the tic lalepliyers the matter of Construclibn aad buililing-..i plant was first broaclieil.lbrcatlied easily. cost- was to have been about] Then came a demand-'for j tras, nhich were found !to abso- lutely iieeilecl. The contract was al- U-red to that extent. Later it was found .that clink- ers were needed i'oc tljp filters.-These were hauled by the city 'tinring the winter at a cost ot close to Then the council the. fact iliat tlie contract according to the plans submitted Jjy T. Aird Murray, made no arrangcniRnt for roofing the plant. That is absolutely, necessarypoys Sizes: 1-2 Within the past week, two repre- sentatives of large loan companies have been .iii Lethhridge, and both have brought good news. Tii-a loan companies, which have been curtail- j ing 'their business in Southern Al- berta, are once inore disposed to lund largely on farm lands, showing that their faith in' this part the coun- try is greater than -ever. WOMAN'S MOST SUCCESSFUL Known AH Over The World Only For The Good It Has Done. SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDOE HayrHdw. Co. HOPES TO REBUIJ.D TyViHE. FACTOSV Brnntford, AFay f.eeraing of the Farmers Binder Twine Compcny, the plant of which wan destroyed Inst night, an- nounccd today that statements (o the offect that the jilnnt would not ho rc- huilt. were unauthorized, nnd that he had expectations Mint 'rebuilding would take place. The fire occurred just before Hm vactory was, about fo shut down temporarily for the season. We know of no other medicine which las been BO successful-ill relieving the suffering of women, or received so many jenuine testimonials, as has Lydin E. Mnkham's Vegetable Compound. In nearly every community you will ihd women who have been restored to health by this famous medicine. Almost every woman you meet knows of the great good it has been doing among suf- fering women for the past 30 years. Fox Creek, N. havo always had pains in the abdomen and a weak- ness there and often after meals a ness in my stomach. Lydia E. Pinkham'a VegetableCom pound hug done me much good. lamntronger, digestion is better and I can work with ambition. J havo encouraged many mothers of families to take it as it is the best remedy in the world. You can pub- lish tin's in the WILLIAM S. BOUIKJUE, Fox Creek, N. B. In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn. Mass., are files containing of thousands of letters from women seek- ing health, in which many openly state over their signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydia Jj. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, many of whom that it has saved them from surgical operations. The FoofcToggery No. 3 Mine Will Soon go oiil of Business (Continued from front page) Old No. 'A as a land mark willl soon ine gone. And with it, it may be ex- j fauns, irngated hinds not being con- sidered gcod security. They have changed their opinion, and now irri- gated land is tUa best security the fanner can offer. This decision of the Security -Trust Co. is the result of tboi'late visits to the city and district 'of J. A. 'Ander- son, iheir Alberta representative. He has travelled the count rv, ,md to tin whole touthein HeiaW said that Tile Security Trust Co. is the latest j Bouthein UbcrU waa coming into its to talie down the terriers in tills dis- j own this.year. He is visiting Ray- trict, and have five millions to lend mond and in company with J R RESIGNATION IS ACCEPTED 'to the.'far'raeYs. -That ;is ;oiie of the beet boosts Southern AHjprtu has got for ii'loiife time.'' the unique ..feature of: 'their an- nouncement 13, thai they .will lend .irrigated lands. Heretofore they would lend only on .dry-land of the P C Lowes Co. At u meeting of the iMacleotl; Presbytery; held In St. An- diew's Church, yesterday af- ternoon, Kev. Air Boyle, of lUeluo-d, presiding, the resig- nation of W. W Bnden, as minister of St. Andrew's congi egatiou, was accepted, to take elfect on .lime 30 The pulpit will be dedaied vacant on Julj I Rev 31 r Simpson, of was appointed inter- im moderator. Much regret is being felt anioni? the membeib ot St. Andrew's at Mr Bn- den s leaving, especially In The Trust Company, iii.appraising view of: his ail-health. In this district it very highly, a half section in the Coal- dale district being apraised at per acre, only a few days ago. NEW JERSEY IS VOTING TODAY pected lhat there will he a drop in real estate in the region of the mine. The drop .will not be one of price, biit a real physical drop. This is to be brought about in this manner. No. has been mined as far back as the limits in every di- rection. To the north, it is mined to tho solid barrier left between tho lim- its of No. H and No, (i, this bai-rier Ira- ing left as a retaining wall, against any water In No. Ii. Having mined out as far as possible ill every di- rection, the "baeliwalling" process now begins. This the removal of all pillars and timbers working from the limit hi toward the shaft. When thes-a supports are removed the roof of the mine falls, so that by, the time all .pillars arc removed to the shaft, the 'whole mine will he eavct! in, ana will be no more a mine. Tlie caving in of the mine has it? feet on the surface of Ihe ground, .-j is shewn in some places where the mine is caved III at .tlie present time. NO ONE SEEMS TO.BE ABLE TO FIGURE OUT THE PROBABLE RESULT Newark, Nr. May than I lull" a -million voters in New Jersey today have their opportunity to in- fluence the selection of. presidential candidates at, Chicago anil Baltimore. Theodore Roosevelt went to his homo iii Oyster :liay last night to stay there until alter the republican cor.-j vention. except, for a. trip to Cicttys- Pa-, on Thursday for a memor- ial day address, ['resident Tatt, however, set out. for Atlantic City tills morning to mate a last, appeal to the voters. He. will make the last speech oi his campaign at Glassboro fit noon. .Jersey of laic has been, a hard state for political parties to understand. A large majority of the voting population is employed outside I hi1- s'l.iti in New York and Philadel- phia. Cf the remainder large numbers nro. factory workers and larmers. Mow these elements will vote today it is dimcnlt to foretell. Hotli Taft GATHERS IDEAS IN GREAT FALLS Street Superintendent MeEachern returned lasi night from u. trijj to Great Fulls, whore ho inspected a new system of street flushing in 1130 there on the paved streets, ami the same system will lie jint in use bridge. Instead of "buying a fiusher of the usual typo, which would; cpsL the city least LethbrUlne streets will be flushed in a more sat- isfactory way, with a home-made-flush er, costing-about The latter is made by usjijg a perforated pipe, set on three-inch castors, how from the hydrants being.attached, to the flush- er, thus giving the-bsnefit of the city water .pressure. The Byslem works admirably in Great, infills and. Seattle, and will 'be tried out li-ere. .WERE IN BAD SHAPE of the missing fishermen; of. the .Glou- cester schooner, JSvu and Mildred, were brought to Halifax lust night by the Amei lean schooner, Vei a lie Keovvn Thin Cdgai Peoples and Albert Tufts, ami the; weie suf- fciins? from cold and oT- tei bjinff adrift In J dory lor thiee days. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by "The Squaw Man" That familial play, "The Sfjuaw mil bo produced this evening' by tho Clarence Bennett Company at tlie Majebtic Thoatie. The piece con- tains many interesting situations and dramatic incidents interspersed with' lefined coinedj ought tp attract a largo audience. In those places the fall on the. surface] uoossvclt managers predict la Bbotlt eighteen inches. [sweeping pluralities for their rnprc The process or "bacliwalllng" will srntativc candidates. Senator Laful- j Wends declare that to will 1 me, wil hen Le removed to No. O.niake :l Superb suni- Aii men UH.H prevailed throughout the state during the forenoon. WAINWRIGHT TO HAVE FLOUR MILL WANTS HADLEY TO TAKEM CHAIR City, Mo., May In a Governor Herbert Wainwright, Alia., May 28. The municipal bylaw for the erection of a' (lour mill was carried yestf.r- Wlor received by dav, not one vote being cast in oppo- yesterday, tol. Koosr-j sition This will he the only mill be- veil asked -him to be temporary t.. o! tV ri-nuMicnn nat.lmial! Minneapolis, will comn.ittcc 10 tc held In Chicago, ii i the Kociscvclt forces siu'.Jt'cdcd in ______ fc't'iitr control the convention.) lluillcy will accrpt.'if he believes; he can his fuel ion o! the' .party, it was announced, 'but ho! Mathleu's Syrup ot Car and Cod Liver Oil not only stops a cough but cures ir. Its tonic and restorative properties enable the to permanently throw off a cold. 3jc for l.ii ge bottle. Sold everywheie. I. CO.. Pron.. SHKKBROOKH. GOUDROI- FOIEOEMORU tuaman Synip of Tar tween Sasiuiiouii n K.'Uirrt Co., ot erect Die mill. TO SUPPRESS OPIUM TRAFFIC London. May 1'ekin cor- respondent ol Hie Dally Telegraph that a stringent. nnH-opluin Kreatly prefrv lhat other] la'now before the advisory council.; progressive be serclon for the place.; 11. aims at the tol a I suppression of ttffljHc sc, told Ihe ('nlnnol a Icttrr inj traffic- before December 31- to his ri'oucst Distributors Tor Western Canada FOLEY BROS.. LARSON COMPANY. INC. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Saskatoon- ;