Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' Wet! Ksad so itchy Could Hardly Stand Dandruff Showed on Coat Coi- lar. Cut.cura Soap and Ointment Cured in One Monlh. SUCCEEDED IN CONVINCING SA6- KATOON FARMER AS TO PHOPER BREED OF HOGS s Etlttbeth St. Montreal. Soap mi Ofctc-.ect do frtxa dunirufl aacl itch ilul I wts soffwtys tiib oret rftr. I tn ImUmbitioa of Ibe a -very ttroag fever, TFbcn 1 tfcoterfd. KJ- so itch? I toul4 tardly en ad It. Tbj MINER HAS BEEN ALIVE SINCE CUEHS TALK' TO HIM boui cf wllh tba p. It loci occ Ofctttict to injtr-j; ll K lila BXMOC Peru. Dec. 30. 1M I. Ries. ths OnuMia. I'J Oct. I.-Tae rtst'u- j trip iug at the ConUurnljl mine of to Saskatoon a lew weeVs a5o, he the Uhijh Coal company which :s visited the farm cf Fad Mr.i to ttarh Ttcmai a is looted upon as the tafcw who KM entombed last r rl- king bavins Mis-1 day. mornins arrived at a point ed 100 000 bushels ol this crop list wMch showed that forty tea of mtnilar. I tod year. He is also a hJS coal and rock would hue-to M: cul vtihmtt rellrf.. I cr. Both ot these lines ol agriculture thruurii to enable toem to crtvi 10 'ttud'of CuTferi BOJJ. ointerot IE! M. VCIy m Mr. Kane's heart, and release the imprisoned man. j bu( didn't thinV ttat Freil-! Lostes'sy is undergoing the MirlBc. .fe. ten-ue.1 am rrr.-ok- tiwd. i used lva5 rajsi ,Iie kiBd c, bravely in little He advocated the general pur-i prison, or.f feet htlon" pose, nirdv Berkshire lo Mr. surface. FicaurMlv during the night and the iciiill of the lattsr'j co.ivcrsed with rtsctws. tier, on the ol swine ptoduf-jwaatit bting heard very, clearly tioa led him to ste Mr. Kane's point i tirouRh the fifty feel ol tuVug pene- of iegarJ to Otj tratiDg the coal breast Irom tte ad- course, Mr. Kaae had some Kf rk- j loiaing; chamhd. iihires to sell. And he sold them. He sieet eooQOcafcal The j tsslst la tcov.h ot tte iwaoTtaj: oocditlraj irblrfi tt drr. ttii. express." >o registered bears will shortly he oaldamp, while the iitmcspkert vvas (heir way to th? Knirn pastures. Al- coming hedry. I'nttss te is soon res- kerta can supply lo anv prov-.cued he may perish lor want of- ttesh bklr. Cotfcui Soai? tad CuUcnrm Oiatotzl m its LKMl Ikki Boot M'-fat pat; Potttr i Ctso- Dejt. U. i- ince and need not be asnaraed of the breeding. Bwaaiic Pains Prteptly Disappear RMM Attlr Taking Few DOSM of Ooxone H to suffer with rheumatism, and he all crippled 'Bp.aEQ of shape with ftheUBiatlRiQ cornea from .Inactive kHMjrj, that fall to 81- her'. from ihV blood tie poison- matter and- urtc acid: the. only way to. overcome Pitts'to remove the. cause. C-Vproioae'doee H V.rwhlralizes and "dissolves the poiionbni substances and. arlc that lodge in the'joints and to-scratch and Irritate and. :Vcl6ans nui 'and BtfeDgthet.3 ths up, Inactive kidneys, so i poitoo. from ;'-the Wcod .and drive It on. and- 7'out.of the r Is trnly -for. rhEumatlsm; kld- and -bladder disor- V ders.v Vou "vdil nad-it, differs.- from-. remedlss. TiMire ia ehe' Jiiit .--lilte It It iot how old you' are, or i'vh'ow IphK-yOTi have It Impossible to ute it. without reiulK. Relief fol- Ua.-fint. tar kurprUed how quiclc- [1. muwry' and sijfierins'vrlli- i original package of Cro.-.- out: a trifle and all are authorized to sell on a' pocitfvely money.hacli Three doses, a cay -..for a few dars la often all'that I Deeded ta overcome the backache or urinarj' dls- A Great Wave or Crime Sweeps Berlin air. mining experts N'carly ihce be tilkt Losb> sky asis afcoiil his wiEe and children, lit th? to tell his wife that she should worry a.8 a', possible. (W. A. P.) Berlin, A re mat K- able crimp has swept over Berlin IB past" loctnigrit, causing cue ol newspapers to ibit "IJfrlinfran DOW compete as the! seat oi bloody crimss darkest New YotV'V der lor flfjji in-addltioa to several unsuc- cessful attempts to coinnit murder. The crimes took various lorins, A house ottTier' shot tenant who was moving put. The owrcer ol a hotel ot loose reputation killed an mdignaat .father who carne to complain oi hap- the house.; Two women ol TO SERVE THE HOMESTEADERS IN THE COUNTRY SOUTH OF MAGRATH .israth, Sept. Wom'ea'i Institute held Its regular moatMr There has heea mur- rTrrr during tha the working classes billed, by JONES One M the men Injured In the Coo rille Mutcmcbile ccddent He In Toronto. Bow Island. Sept. Farm- ers' tor yesterday and is getting cpnsidsra'ble grain. Mr. It. P. is in charge James Ohuist .has purchased f Ford car through here A. Drilling on'- the Bow Island-.gas well his reached a depth ol-liOJHtel and with good liave gas v- .u "the town hall. I 'o in three' weeks'. There was a splendid altindaace.i Mi. and Mrs. H: Dohson, formerl; last j- new King.'. among -lie ol Bow Island but now ot their paramours'. A deceived husband shot'dpwn his-rival. A man murder- ed his aged wile .with an axe as she employee of a .Lathing estab- lishmect a woman, quarrel ahput losses on-horse races; A .seamstress was 'enticed into by- a' hcgus inatrlmonial and imirdercd. Still another man tfifd.to end''the Hvts o! himself, a wife'aad'-grown Jaughter br turn- ing.on tn's gas at night. Murder's" have. Iccome that the theory ol the _ rrirne.has fapfn advanced :for that. A Berlin newspaper editor- .lally questions whether the city is not.growing permanently more crim- inal; hut finds some comfort in the fact that the majority of the murders ,Trere crimes o! pasjion, rather than premeditated ones. It that ,.the hot wave that passed over'BerPn shout' the end .August and the tarly part, of September caused this i increase in crime, and that men give way to their passions more readily in hot weather than in days of moderate temperature. are visiting relatives at the Myrtl hotel. Up to the presenb-tiroe '160 car; bsve shipped-.from Bov Islar.i Tte "Alterfa .Haoiflc anit _tte Taylo Milling crmpanyTs eievatbrs .fu at the present time, l-'p to a fev dp.ys there.had hrecJt.o shortage o cars, but the larinrxs.. report thai i is hard to, get aH-caj--now. Over' -i are booted fur .Mrs. R. L. who has-hee visiting in Manitoba fo the past six-weeks, returced hbme'o Sunday. "7" B. Leafy'and'daughter llle'en who have teeji visiiing-in Lethbridj returned home Tuesday.'' v Jack lloazlin, "Xeva'i haa'ietunitd lo Bo'w Island to spen the winter.-'- '-Several ol the'buiiaings and i debces In '-town' aro 'being piped '-ic natural gas. hul he was finally prevailed, upon to I James W. Heid-was a visitor inish Ms coarse in the Amfricin Un- I.ethbridje for-Sunday. reuitT. 1 VTagar. kit (or SisVatch John-Gitea, cf the Ellison. Illliinji5an Tuesday, .where he has a number, which shows that this live, energetic organization is continually growing in popularity ainoag. the ladits of. this district... intersstiug and instructive pro- gram was rendered, th3'lecturers gyv- ing many hints otv on they'were -'discussing. Miss Maiv. Barker dealt with the care of'-bulbs during- the-', winter months, and Mrs.'- spote very intellizentlr on "Haw to presene..vegetables'." Misses; Oraee and No'rma Woolley rendered a.duet, and Mrs. Georye Johnson .a .solo. Cyrus..Vletcher last morning for eh route to .Chicago, 'where he will taVe his Efn- L for 'year in the dental department ol the Northwestern Unlvers'ty.: Mr. i so Fletcher has been tha perkaicjly ollKora1 Dental Colleje at TorentD, for the past three years, and intended to .ake out his degree there r.ext .ycir, company's stall, Lethb'rHje', was" i: a. T. f. AND N. T. R. y Sept. Grand trunk >MtOc Railway Co. will not T hefon nnt spring or sum- f jOTr.fti of the, leasing of (he j frotn Superior June-f People's Forum not.be uked'to. THE PAINTERS' .Editor' of The HCTaJrt; allow me space in your :c It oral uiill tin line fnlly to.itala rnr opinion as a painl- the undtr- Mng contractor In regard to union 'wag- i. our clly'fdr JouTneyinen paint there tm at ftis lie Graod Tmnk Po- tnina the sec- lLLW 1IER COLUMBIA'S future and COM- "JIERCIAL unrii-mlW f or moaey mikini iNi opporlvmltlfs for raoivey' reaJrini 7iX- KOMB3. on FRASEH and .WILtOW RIVEKS, OR AND TRUNK PACIFIC, PACIflO AaVD HUDSON BAY and othtr railroads fn (he Mntre of a LiHOE, RICH TARM- 1NO AND TIMBER DISTRICT, natural supoly point' for the WON- DERFUL PEACE RIVER COUNTRY, anil tbe.RICH OAR1BOO MINING IniurM ths fniure of WtL- I.OW RIVER. Writs ODW, today, for >frbe mapi, plaU, otc.' -MC1FIC LAND MZ I-notice. In 'Saturday's Issue where Mr. Wellington fltiles he nev- er .'-promised the International'Har. To. to furnish painters for rlce, hut this la ths cato. Investors -will he in ng .lip similar thor treatej In iba.'iame waj-. The ilorning PoBtj': iowevwr, de- clares that Edmonton i bcrrowcT ot late.; and yield of the nenv ii not too hlgb_ Prfccs'of recent isauoi awi Canadian Northeni Rall-iTmi'. I cents.. 1'4 premium. brand TrunV, B per' pre- mium. City ot Ottawa, cent. lures. H premium. Dominion ol Canada, per '4 premium. North Vancouver, 5' per H discount. Cliy of Port Arthur, 6 per 3 Iscount. Clly of premium. country a substantial steele A .PECULIAR POLICY Wnnltng. Man., ilept At caucus lasting over an bout; Slho clt? council. -unanimously BIG LINER FLOATED AGAIN 1 this morning that it- cannot favor any Bremen. Germany, Oct. 1. The -cipecdllttre -of money to for Drc Morse a WILL LIVE IN 'EDMONTON Alta.f Evans Sept. n, who na a girl, of sixteen years won the open tralto' competition, with 160 entranta, at the in Chl- cago.-ln 1SJ3, -was the Wua National Eli- te ddfod In, Wftlci. ntrx come- to Mmonton.lq.mthe her home. A PROPER HEN TO Bird That Layt an a Diy WW bf U. 8, National Emblem. Oct hrolun on way to mftrhet'Teprasent a year In wasted energy on the part of 'American hens, It was asserted today by W. n. of llUnoU, at tha annual convention "oi .the -National 1'oultry, Butter Aieoclattoo. About per annum, i added, is Ilic value of liie'total output of' the 'irtni 'of tlrt Blatei. Tho lien that Wilt -lay an ejg a day, tho time speaker'predlctedru to Gunplant-tho eagle as Ihe' American national emblem...... POURING'FHOM SOUTH TO tEE CANADA'S GREAT HARVEST innipeg, Man flct. believe ligration EroTn the. L'cited States', iri'o V.'tslcin Canada will, this year.i reach a lotal of which will! hi a slight increase over 1912, when I 'it amounted to the highest figure on said liruce Walker, t commissioner of immigration, dis- cussing, this 'question. Mr. Walker rtent on, "The movement this year has-hct-n -extremely spAiinoriic. Dur- J ing'the nionll.s ol May ar.d June It showed distinct falling ofi In com- parison..with last year, hut an soon as.the facts about the crop in Wes- tern'Canada became known, It sud- denly lumped-up fiom CO in 10 psr increaM over preceding wtein." SASKATOON'S STORAGE ELEVATOR .Saskatoon.' Satk., Sept. John Davit Co. started on tho excava- tion for tho storage elevator rwro this before tha of tha wedX will have sixty teams at work. It Is cttimaled that yards of MTth will have lo Iw remov-. cd.to secure the proper (o'undaUlohi. CQFFEE and BAKING POWDER In every fnslsnco whero you use Blue Illbbon ficoda you save They go furlher and to coat less than any other. Order, n can ol Blue Ribbon Coffee nnd Halting f'owrler whtn In yo-ur'iiro- cera. The result 13 to please. Sold wllh monoy hack guarantee.