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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PaareS grata bar has wear When only one si'de of a grate bar is continually next to the fire all-the wear is concentrated on that one side. The life of the grate bar is thus naturally just one- third as long as when the wear is dis- tribiitcd on three sides. That explains why Sunshine grates have three lives. Each the four grate bars has three sides. Each time the ashes are "rocked down" (no shaking with Sunshine) the side next to the lire can be changed. Thus the life of is greatly prolonged. When desired, the heavy bull dog teeth on the grates will seize hold of clinkers, grind them.up, and drop the particles into the ash-pan. Buy the dcirable, convenient, econom- ical furnace, guaranteed by largest furnace makers in British Empire. 53 And Take Lots of women arc suffering tortures with'.their backs, when they need not do so'. Mrs. Ripley had such frightful pains in her back that she could not do her housework. She tells how she cured herself. WILLIAM SIJAZ.K EAST. "I cannot refrain from writing you about the benefits I have received from T1! M n M taking GIN PILLS. I suffering dread- 1 he L..-1N. K. JNot LiOing tO fully with my back and have suffered Rush Calgary-Leth- bridge Branch Winnipeg, May nothing will be done by the C. N. R. in regard to. the Calgary-Lethbridge line for some time was the information given out by the engineering department of the company. NEAR SPOKAN Spokane, May sfiarp curve 2C at a miles east of Lind wash, the "Columbian" east bound passenger train on the Chicago Mil- waukee and Puget Sound Railway, was wrecked 'early today. The engin eer and fireman was instantly killed at least one passenger seriously with it for twenty years. I tried every- {injured. Reports from the wreck are tiling but got no relief, until I bought the injured being taken to GIN'PILLS. I have taken six boxes of GIN. PILLS and now I have cot ihe sign of an ache or pain in my back. I am now 48 years of age and feel as well as I ever did in my life. There is nothing that can hold a place with GIN PILLS for curing Pair. In The Back to TiToincn are Mas. P. RIPLEY. Try GLN' PILLS at our expense. tXv 1 1 It was admitted that the engineers Write, for free sample box. Dealers had made a scouting trip over the! sell GIN PILLS at 500 a oos-6 for f 2.50 0 Kno-n-v and money :i they fail to cure. country in a buggy some time ago, but as yet even, preliminary surveys have not 'been made. Tha company's first effort will be to finish the line into Calgary from the. north and rushing of the -construction of the Marysfield extension into Leth- bridge as soon as the steel reaches Calgary from the north. Construction material will be rush- ed in and a line commenced southeast- ward from that city to connect with the Maryfleld line. and money: National Drag and Chemical Co., Dept. A.D. Toronto. S3 LOCAL BUDGET Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg-, Vancouver, St. John, N.E., Hanailton, CaJgury. For by Stafford-Agnew Co., Lethferidge Mair Health If You Have Scaip or Hair Trouble Take Advantage of This Offer We could not afford to so strongly continue to sell it as if it did endorse; Rexall Hair Tonic and MONTANA WOOL'IS HIGH It is reported that the winter wheat around Cardston is over two i'eet in height. J. W. McNicol will make for him- self a reputation as a gardener this year. He has some garden peas six inches high. His garden also con- tains raspberry plants, sweet corn, Nearly- Three Million Pound. Contract. j i -J For on Back at Slx- teen to Eighteen rm. 1 -u anese roses. Billings, Mont., May The high- not do all we claim it will. Should p.urj est price f0r wool 'in thus erything up to apple trees. His Jap- honeysuckle and other flowers are away ahead of the enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall Hair Tonic not give entire satis- faction to the users, .they would lose feitirin "us and our statements, and in consequence our would suffer. business prestige far this season was for season. Immigration Officer A. E. Hum- the clip ol-Miller .Bros. I v I I" TV of Merrill, when is! cents was ac-jPhrf went this afternoon -n on business tor the department, cepted from Silverman Brothers oil r Chicago, who bought" the' Sh'orey clip; We assure you that if your hair is, j'' d at'iJf cents. trnirnnsr tn nnTiatiii-allv Fall or to unnaturally fall out or if you have any scalp trouble, Rexall Hair Tonic will promptly eradi- cate 'dandruff, stimulate hair growth s.nd prevent', premature baldness. Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so strong fiat'we ask y-ou to try it on our positive, guarantee that your ii.oiiey be cheerfully refunded if ir. does cot do as we claim. Two sizes, 60c and ?1.00. Sold only at our store Rexall Store. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., special agents. The G. T. R. wooden 'bridge at Stoney Point, 60 feet long, was burned on Saturday, and a steel structure replace it. Liebn-.ann Co. of Boston, secured The Cahoon Hotel at Cardston is being remodelled and a large addi- tion added to it. H. A. Willis, a at Miles 16 cents. J. H. Barnard, .buyer. ..for Hecht, former manager, has leased it. F. Barton, editor of the Cardston Sun, is in town today with the Cards, .authority ror the demand strong, the Licbinann Co-, T, statement that pounds al! wfh wool have been contracted for on the .this evening, and reports that beginning next week the Cardston sheens' in-ck in Montana at prices; fa U..UK newspaper will be known as ranging from 16 to 18 cents. Wool- growers report the and good prices are least 'as high as. those vear. Cardston G-lobe. for at i Tbe Coronation Committee will ruling toniSll1; at s-30 in the Board of Trade building. Ivlavor Adams will World News Fresh From r The Ticker Tho "Columbian" is second through passenger train to leave Seattle over the Milwaukee line since the com- pletion of the road. Seven care were derailed and the engine, smoker and Cay coach demolished. IS MACHINERY I VlJra. 111 -BJI 1 1 GETS COAL FROM THE EAST Report Confirmed that Granby Smelter Will Be Abfe to Operate Spokane, Wash., May P. Graves, of Spokane, vice president and general manager of the Granby Con- t Power today take the chair, requested. Full attendance is sses, Grinders, Hammers. Blotters K'eyseaters, Both new and second hand, re- built and guaranteed. Full de- scription prices on request. CARMANGAY Carrr-angay, May a meeting of the town council held on Friday night a bylaw was passed in order to raise the sun? of for the pur- thatThe snTelter'at B. chase of certain properties for public which was closed on account of the i use from C. W. Carman, and for the [lack nf coke, will resume operations J installation of the waterworks sys- ithe middle of June. He added; "We received by telegraph a, favor- j able offer on eastern coke a few days ago and this has been accepted. The first this contract sho.uld reach Grand Forks in time to permit us to 'blow in' the smelter about June 15. "We shall give the coke a thorough trial to ascertain conclusively its relative "cost, based on efficiency. In any event, we expect to be able to operate continuously until supplies of British Columbia coke once more are available." The lack of coke at the Granby .Smelter at this time is explained by t.he strike of the coal miners in the I Crows Nest Pass district. The capa- city of the furnaces at the smelter is more than tons a week. Most of the workmen are engaged in de- velopment work during the shut down of the smelting works. tern and electric the event of a favorable ballot de- bentures for the amount of bearing interest at the rate of per cent, and repayable, in twenty equal annual instalments will be is- sued on the 24th of June. Wn.. Wannop, whose barn was burnt down on Friday, has sold out all his interest to McKay Bros., the W., J. White, who is in charge of Canadian government immigration agencies in the United States says that the immigration of negroes into Western Canada will soon cease as the Supreme Court has overruled the objectionable laws against the ne- groes of Oklahoma. The Vancouver city council has ap- pointed a committee to try to settle the differences that threaten a strike next ;Monday. Thos. Boyd, a C.P.R. dining car employee took an overdose of laud- anum at Winnipeg, and was found al- most dead. Mrs. Glover, of Winnipeg, tried to commit suicide by attempting to iumT> out of a third storey window into the light well of the Sutherland block. The Trades and Labor Congress of Jiivited Premier Fisher of Australia to make a tour of Canada lecturing in the principal cities on the practical application of labor policies to politics. Judge Bordwell extended the time allowed John and James McNamara to plead to the indictments charging them with dynamiting the Los Ange- les Times. Dr. Rutherford, who is resigning position of veterinary director- general and live stock commissioner of -panada, has not finally decided to retire to his farm at Chilliwack, B. C. The names of Attorney-General "W. N. Tiiley, of Toronto, and Daniel O'Connell, K. C., of Peter- boro, are being mentioned in connec- tion with the vacancy on the Ontario High Court- Bench caused by the death of Judge Mciiahon. The Portuguese government had a SHELDON CHANGES MIND Montreal, May C harles D. Sheldon, financial wizard, who light- ened so many Canadian pocketbooks through his investment scheme, to- day changed his opinion and elected i to be tried before a judge in session instead of belore a jury as at fi j selected. The trial will begin on June Sheldon is showing but little sign of incarceration, except that he is somewhat thinner and more preoc- cupied ia his demeanor. INTERCOLONIAL RECEIPTS KEEP ON INCREASING Montreal, May Tiffen, of the 1. C. R. commission who was at the Windsor last evening, stated that the receipts from both passenger and irelght were considerable in tor the month of May which the first month of the roads fiscal year, tnan for the same month lait year, wnich however was good at the time. Tihis 'being the oaee, Mr. Tiffin and his colleagues -were very hopeful for the current year. "THE BARRIER" TO APPEAR AT MAJESTIC Craig Llppincott, the Philadelphia publisher, according to the leading nerve specialists of America, com- mitted suicide as a result of witneas- ng a realistic tragedy upon the stage. This is but another demonatmtioa Of tne fact which all the world now re- that there are three distinct degrees of impression received by the stage development of a story or event. It Is an axiom ef psychology that ,ne spoken -word has more than ,ne written word. The drama bites deeper intp the memory, and the stib- 2onsdous- self than the printed page. .Vhen the spoken word is accompanied y the sensuous appeal of action, fby ne glitter and gleam of lights, and ulwarked by the presence of an audi- ence most of whom are known to the sensitive the suggestive force is increased to the -highest pow- er. A straight, honest. Cream o! Tartar Baking Powder. Made from Makes better, more healthful food. Sold without NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE In food must therefore act as a poison." Johnson, Yale Umctrdiy. Read the label. Buy no baking powder unlesm the label shows It to be made from Stream of INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAY SCENE OF TWO DEATHS Great Auto Race Begins With Fataiities-Aa Immense Throng Present to Watch The Races "1 Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, May [ail around the course Atkin XO -f Tl A i-vniwiA-n r. <1 t" In mil? _ T% thousand persons massed about 2 1-2 miles on the grounds of the 'Indianapolis Motor Speedway today ran .the gamut of emotions in response to'thrilling feats of speed made by automobile pilots racing 500 miles for fame and gold. Trains last night brought Into the already overcrowded city added thous- ands. Hotels were inadequate and many motor enthusiasts spent the night in parks, many -parties motoir- d to Indianapolis from near by cities iand were forced to-stay in their own cars all night at Monument place or drive through the Boulevards. that of day ibreak the down town streets were The knowledge of this fact prompted Hex Beach, the author of "The Bar- to refuse a generous offer of many thousands of dollars for the mov ing picture rights of his story "The with sleepy throngs on foot and in autos. Restaurants were packed and. turned hnindreds At o'clock the multitude began moving to the speedway by train., street cars and motor cars. TUe road leading from the city to speedway was soon choked with automobiles and at tne entrances to the big race course struggled good natured. The crowd moved slowly because, impended toy f i ness any'half-way, measures in a theme sweeping victory in the general elec- intpnseU. the lifo nf stating, in his refusal, that thousands in motor oars. A cool Dreeze over night had-driven off the intense iheat in which the. city had the public of America should not wit- securing a majority of 231 de- puties. FIELD BATTERY DRILLS sweltered for -weefce. sky so intensely teeming with the life of "The Last West." Therefore, there will be no tation of "The Barrier" by moving in the bleachers were filled, ty ture companies 'for years to come, andjs o'clock and the grand, croird began pies) second and (Wisaart, tnird. The leaders pressing enders of the proceeding lap race rough at the beginning and- an enormuos and desperate whirligig.' thousands spectators leaned ward in their seats and yelled" as they passed. The speedway iraa tilled with the defenJng roar of tha explosion of forty motors as iobded drivers bended their steer- ing gear wheels and pushed tUolr-en- gines to the fullest The first car to stop at the pit for Chevrolet in his Buick. He had tire trpisblo lost a few minutes making changes. At the end of 20 miles he a front tire and went to the pit; was off again in a mlnate. end of fifty miles Atkin was leading. His time was 41 minutes 'and seconds. Bruce Brown second and Ralph de (vPtat) Palma pies) third. The first accident of "the by a tire, the car leaving Sill-- ing iP. DicSson, mechanic and -per-- hazy but there was no indication fatally injuring Grelner. the day would be rato. Free fcafl only miles In the same managerial astuteness, and rigidy of .purpose, which refused to pluck this easy money from the Edi- Uommencing tomorrow evening the son company, is diligently behind the every performance of owners of the -other livery barn here. J25th Battery will hold their evening The question of a siding and eleva- I drills at the city market, which has so "TDe Barrier" is given with a direct- tor for t.he farmers across the Little Bow River, is to be taken up at once. With the bumper crops in pros- pect, -it is necessary to have an ele- vator and siding across the river. Ow kindly been loaned by the city author! ness of purpose that has placed it in All drivers_ were fonsy -about "heir ties. The Suns De stored in the che forefront of the successes of the city market shed. Drills will be belc every evening except Saturday, and the 0. C. is very desirous that every ing to the steep hill leading into the lmember of battery tum out so as town a great number of the fanm i to in the Possible condition will not haul their this is done. The Equity Trust :rain here unless Loan Co. ha- Out SL4-S' The housekeepers'troubles a'9 over. No dirf, soot smoke, rain or snow can go through win- dows where AH-Metal Weattier Strin 2. ft- K w has been installed This weather strip is less expensive but far better than double windows. Can be used on all kinds of buildings and win- dowe of all sizes completed the sale of two sections o land this week. 'before camp. A number of recruits joined last night but there is still room for more if the battery is to go to camp at full strength as was the case last year. A new feature of the battery this The premium list for the year which will tend to increase its gay Fair is now and there -is 'efficiency a great deal is the signalling every ceason to believe it will be'ajcorps. There is still room for two It Saves to 40 per cent of the Fuel Bill and lasts as long as the building stands. Is an invisible, all-metal equipment Let us demon- strate to your satisfaction great success. The Savoy Hotel at. Champion, is now open and. doing business. SHE WAS SURPRISED When Dr. Morse's Indian Rcoi Cured her Chronic Liver Complaint Mrs. R. Smith, of Winnipeg, Man., an interesting story of relief from alzncsi intolerable sufferings: "I can uardly tell you how great nrv more in the corp which should be fill- ed '.up as soon as possible. Signalling is one of the finest branches of the service and the young men of the city siiould avail themselves of the oppor- tunity to take up this work under the competent instructor belonging to the battery. Leave orders or phone for further information to the Hsck-SeW Hardware Co. jj 9 6ARNIA AND PORT HURON RECIPROCITY! Washington. May Taft accepted an invitation to visit j 'Port Huron in September with a view! sufferings have been. Chronic liver com- to an international demonstration in plaint accompanied by biliousness were a of reciprocity. The invitation daily source of trial to mt. Every dav f h Youn Men. Business I experienced the sickening effects o _ i i .aments. I longed for-some tnedi- Association of Port Huron. The plan due that should permanentiy drive them I outlined to the President is to have j away. ;and "western Ontario Hearing of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, I thought they were worthy of a trial. My surprise was indeed great. From the very first I experienced relief. Continuing with them I found my troub- les were slowly but "rarely leavinf me, and before long I once more knew what it was to be free from the harassing ef- fects of the ailments that had long sick- ened and weakened me. So great is my faith in Dr. Horse's Indian Pills thtt J shall never on any account be without them." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cure Bowd and Kidney as well as Liver troub- les, and tcccp yoa healthy. 25c box at your desdcr'a. 14 The Canadians are to bring Sir Wil- frid Laurier as their attraction. CORONATION CELEBRATION Winnipeg, May are now well on their wav to make Coronation Day a great civic holiday and the day will be shortly so pro- claimed by acting mayor Harvey. All business wiil close and foca't erenlng papers wilj not publish. An elaborate programme Is being prepar- ed. v.. ihe plav will appear here shortly. You mijht travel hundreds of milei net get half the fun and recreation that Victor or Berliner Gram-o-phone will give you summer rijfHt in your own tome. Come in and play for. you some of this delightful that is as m breeze on a hot summer You can Cram-o-phone for nt little up to to 1300. MASON RISCH PIANO CO. Phone 791. Dom. Blk. to arrive on the train.' The packing spaces were lined up wftn cars. At 7 o'clock the pits along tte trackage swarmed with, mechanics and tire "men laying out tools wltere ihey could be snatched up in emergency. cars examining for possible defects.. Cars Make Start Saarpiy at ten o'clock the cars got" away from the stratiKg tape. At the rate of forty miles an hour they jockeyesT for position as they 'wroe slowly around the judges stand. Nat- ional" leading as he pushed under the wire at 1003 and the race was ;n.. In me first lap the ,strung otit race whea the wreck Hafc was tafcen to the field hospital. sicians say his injuries fetal MARKETS Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? It Will Pay You Wdi to Make There's been a lot of "guessing" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- ally, but you can. be dead sure that littlt 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 blood it just like cotton in a funnel the impurities from polluted water. When the kidneys are not working yott are bound for one of two betes and Bright's ..Disease or Rhiuma- tisin, Lumbago and Sciatica. The mer course is usually fatal, and.the latter always painful, but you need not have either, as they both can be easily- pre- vented. C. P. R. Stock Up Montreal. May market unusually bullish this morning. Cana- dian Pacific and Detroit United being, pound. It is no "patent features. Canadian opened a prescription composed, The very best prescription for y troubles is Nyal's Stone Root unn. Tt" Tin "nafp-nf'' new high record and then climbed on big buying and crop prospects to 239 Grain Markets May to this being Decoration Day south of the ins, there are no American markets today. Winnipeg 'Markets: Wheat opened Mav 971-2 closed 97; July opened 95 of Stoneroot, Bucbu, Juniper and other', remedies of proved value. More that, it has been proved fay i who have had jjiad relief from Its nse. There's nothing quite SO' miserable the dragging results of sick You are trifling with your own futura when you neglect so simple a precaution, as a pleasant home treatment witli Nyal's Stone Root Compound when so certain. It soothes bladder irritRtxsa, nay vou rest and comfort at night, and 1-3, closed 95 3-4; October opened S.-j }ife ODCe more a niosed S7 3-4: Oats opened May The livp- anrf closed 87 3-4; Oats opened 36 3-8, closed 36 1-4: July opened 37, closed 37; opened 220, closed 216: July closed 215. Cash wheat, No. 1 Nor. 95 3-4; No. 2 Nor. 92 3-4; No. 3. Nor. 90, No. 4 85 1-2, No. 5 80. No. 6 74, -feed 62 Oats No. 2 C. W. 36. FINE CHURCH FOR CALGARY Calgary, May a vote of 61 to 27 the congregation of Knox church 5ast night decided to proceed imme- diately with the erection of a church building which will cost when com- plete and fully equipped in the neigh- borhood of according to the plans submitted by the building committee. The kidneys, liver and bladder trt all dependent upon one another, and'NyaFs Stone Root Compound is particularly designed to help them all. Sold and guaranteed -fe ALBERTA DRUG A 3OOK-CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER s LETHBRIDGI One for each everydty aihnwit ;