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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October 13, THE LlvTUimiDOE DAILY IIEHALD Phone Rural 114 An4. your re sure you nave tne: KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- "ERN IN THE PROVINCE. It's vi'ovih a trial to liiul out vrhcjfc you can PURE MILK AND CREAM .SOME PEOPLE KNOW ACCUSED FELLOW TRAVELLERS WHO .WERE EVIDENCE FOUND, Cranbrook, Ocl. Ira llan- waf am! children arrived houic Irom 1l.c cast Friday uight after a vaca- a! several weeks. Mr- Manning met his wife anil family -at Molitino Hal willi tlcm. rl.irer.ce Finnis hjs returned to EIGHTEEN ADDED TO POPULA- TION OF LETHBRIDGE RE- CENTLY THROUGH UN- ITING FAMILIES To add to tlie actual population o! Ihu clly ot a total of li jiboplo uitliin Ihe last two wctis. ana THE FIGHT OVER THE UKE OK WI1.UAM LVOX MACKENZIE.' NOW WHY SHOULD LIHDJEY K t> fXPIOiriHG WHAT HI5 OWilNAL IMA UH.TIUEY. COUNSEL FOR Prepare for the Winter Uy giving your house a cout of our specisl outside Paint, guar- acLtted. to willisiaud all weather conililloiij. Repair That Broken Window You not no'iced al! tho summer. CoM winds act SE ft gentle reminder. We supply glaciers. Brighten the Home By raptrtng a room or two. We cairy a large stock of Wall 1'aper. Designs suitabk- Jor any room. EVERYTHING FOR "INTERIOR DECORATION" Also a complete line ot "Murese's Tints" tlie best kalsomine oa the Market. WELLINGTON BROS, PAPERHANGERS AND PAINTERS KALSOMINING AND DECORATING Residence: CIS 1CH1Mwit hoinf, near lhat city, was practically destroyed .by lightning. The people of l-Mmonlon LTG nnrllnfi a on tho renaming of the streets THE WORLD'S WORK DEPEHDS ON THE mm DI6ES RACK ACHE IS A DANGEK SIGNAL From the captain of industry to Uic bod from milady in the tulo to the ivoraan wilh 'be the accomplishments of every oae of ti? depend absolutely on the accomplish- ments of slonnrhs. Backed by fl cood yigcslion, a man can Rive the that is inhitn. fails, fac becomes a weakling. To this Ion of povvct no oat submft. Klght liabita of citing. drin'hitiK, slttpiag and nidcn by Na-IJni-Co Dyspepsia restore and mainlaiii the full eSckncj of lhe human raind Antibody. Nt-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tabltts contiia the active needed for the digestion of every .kind of foaJ. They go (o the Risistance of the tretVeiiCd sloniacli, ntnlcniMo the suiTcrcr, right from the slart, to assimilate pet tlift benefit of tlie food 'eMcn, ihia assistinccj lliei'r and scon theublelj Is nfl fonde Chemical1 Co, oiCwuJt, Uwltcii! Kidney Troublei, Bladder Dii- orders, Rheumatism and Serious Diseases Follow Thero are ortier symptoms, Euch as pains In the region of tho kidneys, nervousness, diz- ziness, tired and ivornoul feel- ing weak fotadder, or urfnary (roubles, vrhlch are just as dnn- gsrclls, for the slightest kidney derangement if luglectcd may develop Into the dendly (Jlsease, dropsy or diabetes. It IS not ooly dangerous, but needless for you to suffer nd endure tho tortures of these troubles for Croxonc promptly tniis all such miaerr. Tlifro is no moro effective remedy for hldncy, bladder. trouble and rNcutnatEsm, than. Urpsone, berausc it reaches the Muse.' It soaks right tnto the kidneys, through the vails and linings, cleans out tho clogged trp'; pores, neutralizes and dls-- solve? tho poisonous uric field and waste matter, that lodge In the Joints and miudcs an'l cause those tfrrlble rheumatic pains, and makes tile kidneys .filter tho -prism from the blood und drives It out of the system. Three doses of Croxone a day for a.fow days is often all that Is -ever needed, to relievo the worst teekacho or .overcome disagreeable tirlnnry disorders. You will find Croxone .differ- ent. from other Tcmedks.. It 13 'so prepared that It Is practl- .c.tlly Imrossibte to lake It wilh- 1 odt- results, An original pack- age., pt Croxonn rof ts .but R 'hide, ATid all .drnstjlsls are authorized to' return tht pur- cnaso prico IB It should fail In Vslngle case. _'ihe'-forests'for pasturage pur- poses was increased from 26.501 to 27.468. The total receipts by the government from grazing fees for lh-3 twelve' months ending June 30, ini3, were and the portion of this applied to schools and roads in rio States In which the national for- 6ts -jre situated is about Grazing Is second only to lumbering as a principal use of the national for- s'.s. Practically..aM of the national oresls used extensively for grazing .purposes'are within lhe eleven-Slates extending east from the Pacific coast, mown as the "far. Western These States contain, according to atest reports. cattle, 2.810.- 000 horses and mules and sheep'. -The national forests support n these States.17 per cent ot the to- tal number 'ol cattle grazed, 3.48 per cent of horses and mules, and 27.5 per.cent of sheep. It Is estimated that the annual pro- duct of these animals is 300.0CO head of beef catlie of various ages and grades and 6.000.000 head of lambs and mutton sheev- Since the average net meat weight of animal Is 515 pounds, of a limb 37 pounds, and of sheep 62 rounds, the slock grazed on national forest's in the eleven' far Western Stales produce annually aoout 155 million jHjimris of iccf and 313 million poulnds of mutton. In addition It id, the wool grown totals 000 pounds, hldea approximate. 000 In number and pelts This o-.itput "according to the forest service does not involve any material sacrifice of (orest or watershed pro- teclloa or permanent tltlly'on tho national forests, 'ihe leirv of range .management applied tho government proved. It Is claimed, effective and simple, and the qtiamV and of the national forage- crop Is said to be Improving each year, BIO DAMAGE' IN THIS FIRE Caledonia, Qni, OO. diroago was done- this morning by i blaze which trpjie out In tho bfg store- house, near tbe Grand Trunk tracks. The Alabastlne Co. hud fifty tho-ja- and cenwnt goods ttored there, and a lot of valuable machin- ery.. an entire loss. H Is believed that most of the grain stored In tho ShSrrn Milling Co.'s pre- mises will also bo a.loss. Tbe cmse Ij'iinltnown.. The New Gurney-Oxford Range Has Solved The "Help Problem" Everywhere women are coping with the same. securing; of domestic help. A Gurney-Oxford with its wonderful devices for the saving of time and labor enables you to be independent, if from necessity or choice you are without a servant The Divided Flue distributes the heat erenijr throughout the. by means of th? Econo- mizer the .temperatureis determined, kept constant, or changed as desired. It is easily controlled by a litlle lever working around six notchet. Dough and batter-mixtures will always be. light, thoroughly cooked, and nicely browned. This stove: saves you the dreaded black leading process for it has an unchanging polished top. If you must do your own work you owe yourself aad to your family to spend less time In the kitchen. :y" No woman need be a drudge with a Gurncy- Oxford C W. GRAY 310-51K St. S. Phone 761 ;