Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
"Wednesday, September THE LETIIBUTDGE DAILY HERALD SuM Tories IMi! "Fniit-a-tim" M Him MCMILLANS COKXKR, OST., SEPT. jotb. 1910 "Vcur reuctlr, is perfect panacea (or Rhtuuialisni, l-'ot yt-ar3, 1 s'.ifftrej dijircssing pwn from Sciatica or Sciatic Rheumatism, bciug laid up reveifi.1 tioitta year lor Jays at time. I rrer.i lotlifltitnt doctois wno loM tuc there was no doing would piss away. They gave "tie mustard -ylastets ami other remedies that did no good. Plasters took no effect 011 to blister me ami iiiaVe nw fijxrts. I took many cdvtrii sed remedies r.-iiliout but foituna'.t- lv, about Iwo years I got "Fnrit-a- llvts" tnd they cured ne. Since iLeu, I like "Fruit-a-tivcs" occasionally anil keep free of pain. 1 utisfied 'Trcit-a-ilves" cured nieof RhtumatUm end they will anyone tvho them cs directed. If tbis letltr would be of value lo you, publish U" B. McllONAl.U. Itideed, tlua letter ie of value io ua bed to tlie Ihousiiiils of from Rheumalisci, Sciatica, Lumbago and Nemalgia. It points the way lo a certain cure, 500 a 350. At or from lives Limited, Ottawa. Considerable Activity in Thai Summer Resott "Do You Eat "Yes, almost! I By means of balloons tbe upper air has been tested to a height of nearly 1? ru'it-s in IMs country by the weath- IT (Observers. During :i recent re- mavkatle flight the Instruments uieJ recorded a tetnplature of 70.4 fce.low zero at a distance or miles a'jove 'he earth. Wliwevcr I'.it sounding ballooas have teen used, whether near the equator or in nort'i. .ern latitudes, the rceovds have shown tliat after Bii miles above the earlli the temperature no longer drops Idly as the Ic-jtrmnent ascends, but at times becomes stationary. Sentinel, Alia-, Htpi. tool of Crows Nest Lake, which has-.5, js xo. I. some lime ite annual camp- ground o! the Lett i tin dye branch of tlie V.M.C.A., T. P. Cyr and 11. J. Matron are hying out a town- site tu bo known as Lake Oily, and to mafcti a suhimer icsort ol >t for. il.e benefit superior .quality otj s us the following analysis Ufctlaw. Sei-t. al! ami ikiTeEMug Tho yield IK ab- out the average, but the sni'le because I digest it with Wrigley's SO THAT THERE BE EASY ACCESS TO THE WATER- TON PARK CaidMun, Sept. 1. Word coincs irom Water Lakes this SS vcls 25 build a bridge over tlie Watcrlon turc, 8-10 ash, made by the llocty' river on the trail. The lack Mountain Cement company. The Jayjuf connectlba with Waterloo Lakes "I always carry it with me it makes me sure of a good appetite, easy digestion, bright teeth, pure breath. It's a good habit that makes up for my bad habits. It's the biggest value that a nickel will buy. It's a delicious can't get too much of it." Chew it after every meal BUY IT BY THE BOX will show that was taken at a dep'.h o! 20 feel from the surface- ...1_ tiler ot the is surb tliat ol over 1000 Icet above thr depth water level is easily obtainable. This coal properly uill no (ioubl soon become a shipper, and a l factor in coal industry in Alberta, and furnish employment to a large number ot minors. Harry Mathts-on is developing; a real properly about one-halt miie rom the station and has two scams of clean bituminous slcasu and coak- ng coal. Mr. .Tohnston, of. Mcillciuo Hat, has For the Kiddy's Breakfast XT THOLE wheat VV td out ibUij cooked with flacst btrley tnilt, crltptd end rtidy to ftrva with fresh fruit and plitn good ntllk A sprir.VJc of L9U oj tfrnl Ioo3, no trouble to fct reedy, delicious to tfJlQ. bctt form of the tcreit the children right atBtt for.the man who UKS hU all day (fcc certainly ahould dot it Icr breaV- iaa unlycreal if.r people nfcohave "ulwl 'Itn all." Park lias bren u sure point with the peoplr of (.'artiston tor some years, and the matter lias been taken up with the government :n-d. with Sup- erintendent .1. Hrown, of the The site-, tlie Herald is inform- cil by Foreman Itobcrtson, of tlie parks working force, is to le about 3GD yards west of the present lord on lake. The arm of Mas- Lase, which is forded from tlie Oardston siilt to reach the Wa- ter ton fold, is lo lie Bridged and fri- ed with gravel, makir.g a high next spring. bridge will be a boon to LethbrJdgc people wlm are now traTelling around by Monarch jand ilacleod. Magrsth, country crossing Try It you've forgollon how good II Is bave a brand new plMsuie, ly THE H-0 COMPANY Or.l. iecureti land al the heart of Hie lake tjiat freshets will not acd is busy preparing for the opcr- j tcrfere with. An appropriation of tig of large lime tjuarries lias been made out of the Park itne-stone is to be shipped to Meili- improvement fund and the remainder, cine Hat to be burnt by the gas pro- amounting to several thousand dol- cess there. lars, will be supplied Iiv the Forest At the of the lake surveyors reserves department. TiJe work is in- arc busy laying out the. stile traces Uiflc" the park aud ilces cot come ur.- and sites for the Urge, crushing plant Ijer the regular govuumer.t bridge and storage bins for. the Tlunmorc j workp >jr_ uoiiertson -has given out Cement- company, whose four thous- j the jnforniati0n that his instructions and barrel plant is being now finished' are lo sturt on thc ed at Medicine Hat. Their storage soon as freezes, EO that bins will have room for storing 1200 his snng rannot work on roads tons ol crushed rock. The crushing, thc He anticipate.1: that it will plant will nave a capacity for tralfit; freshet itig fifteen hundred tons of rock per day. To handle the cars it will require some four thousand feet of side tracks. To kcrji their plant in Medicine Hat running, It will re-j Darner, Stirling and cast- quire them to-quarry and crush wiu alyo a their plant here DEC thousand tons o! with any of vehicle, cement-rock each day In the year. To do this give steady employment to over one hundred nicu. It also will j require two extra train, crews and) two Bo'lid trains por day beivvccn this point and Hat.. Sewer pipe clay is iousrd here at' hs foot ol the lake in .quantity and, he Uro carloads sent to. tho Mcdi- ine Hat Clay Troilucts company ave proved verjr to the hippcrs. There is a good site available at he foot of Hie lake near the rail- road for a cement plant, as all the-1 material required, cement rock, clays, >s and water power, lies within a radius of half a mile. Prop cutting to supply Ihe various In the and on the prairie will commence next month and eni- y quite a number of men in the timber. Some fifty thousand mine props are being sent out of here an- nually. While Seatinel, or what will soon be Lake City, produces lillle, it any- thing, tn agricultural line, it is already a point of considerable ac- tivity and will soon he rounlcd as one of the most productive points Southern Alberta. Made in Canada WATERTON LAKE NEWS TiUII UP IN lilt I AVIATOR UOES THEM SKILFULLY OF PEOPLE AS Wll NESSES EYE- DROWNED AT ETGBICOKE, FOUND OFF DALHOUS1R Lord Haldane, In R Jlontreal inter view, declared there was no chance of conscription In flreat Britain. ue on Monlveal. Sept. llaldnne !clt .Montreal today on his return jour ney lo England. His visit he declnred Lfld Bhown him that iho people 0' Great Britain, Canada and the LJnitoJ States were all one in spirit. Man) notables were present wiiun horrt Hal-j dace depailed. His nddtess lo the American Bar as- sociation was opoeh-maklBB. He went back into the history of'early British law, and unfolded its improvements as civilization advanced. Developing the- argument he proceeded (o sug- gest Hint the Fame policy might bo adopted by nations and tbat the ttmo come when nations mtgM be as much ashamed to follow nnclcnt meth- ods of settling disputes as individuals id in recent years. Tributes to Spesch London, Sept. Dally raph editorial on Halclmio's address fays: "It Is an. utterance which tan not but irrinrcFS ibe. whole bod> cf the most politically am socially, of all professions, and Jiistor lans, may some day look upon It as on1 of the chief events that led to tli< founding of new and beneflcient vela ttosshJp between three great peoples "A ycivr or two ago, an allunpt wn made to effect a permanent arbitrj lion trcnty between this country nni Iho United Slates. It failed, tor rea tons wlilcii we but peace be twcen the races rest on a surer baris thr.n any nrbitratlo treaty. U Is founded on thp.l comnio conscience to which Italdcmc refer eel." France, Sept. thriliing manoeuvres of turning a eom- ertault la the air with an aeroplane flying al a rai'Sd speed -was repeated today Iiv the French aviator Pego-jfi ovsr the aerodrome at Rue, near here, with pevfcci regoiid had j f-romlficd ilsal bis performance at Juv-j yeslenloy ivas not the result ol an j accident, but was r. .proof of proper control, aud alsr- of the of the ueroplane. carried out the dirlng feat with '.piiarcat ease again today In tSio of officers of the French "my fly ins corps, about, ono fiuntlrej illtary anil civilla-b ai'Iatcrrs and a rgo assemblage of the fitneral pub- COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue nilibon Tea, Coffee, linking Powder, Spices, .lelly I'owiiers nnri Extracts. Purest and boat. Wlica In doubt use Illuo million. guarantee perfect satisfaction with all our I.UFC food products. CONSERVATIVES COULD NOT AGREE UPON A CANDIDA! London, 6nl., Sept. Mlddl sex Conservatives did not decide upo ft candidate for the byc-elcctlon Till tho vi-cfincy by the deal i of Mr. Pcfnr Klson, M.I1., the convc j tlon yesterday afternoon ending In over tlio ballots, neccssilntln anollicr convention. Tho race between Atdtnnan S. r, (Unas, arj cj-Wtinlcn II. M. Ho rer, of township, tlioii seven memhersi allowed tlinr nmnea SO (o tlic. convcMion. Rev. Robert. Pearson, ot Ihe Calgary Jl, C.- A., was rau down by an aulo- obilci and received .several severe calp v.ounds. vYaterion Kepi. 1. Mr. Munio, of StitKng I'ub1 lie school, accompanied by Mun- ro and liaby, are here for a week. ___ Munro is an r.rdcnt fisherman and j is instructing the fishermen on how! to handle two trouls from one boat.; Dr. GilTespie, of I'ir.chcr was! iri this week atid stayed over night. I The doctor is-tin ardent aditfrcr ol Lakes and will return next week for several dnys. Thc drive along the bay from the! gale to the Hnssard hotel has been 1 gravelled and the work finished for this year. A road with gravel-, led parts is now made, itom Pass 1 Creek to Oil Cjeek. The e-.ersKCii kitcb-n al the Mc- Cocvic camp, is much admired by i utlicr campers, nitil shows how easy j it is to be comfortable without much canvas. Berry picJcinp is all tlie nrouad the lakes The 'showers lately have Vept the Saska-; oon's growing and (lie prairie ea'jt Superintendent Htown's house is) quile covered. Th? Kitctiorn camp lias put up 70 pints for distribution friends of tVic catnpfis. Fifly-two ilsli was rnc man's calch LAKE OWTAPLO Map showing whcrf the boriy of Lloyd Flndley, the Tordnta boy, who wai drownrd in the Etoblcche, was found, 15 miles Port It mut< have drifted at least 20 milts in little more than 3 week. From the fur East to the gtcat West, coffee reigns supreme at the breakfast table. Coffee is the recognized standard by which all others are jiulijcd. Chase Sar.born, Montreal, io part of a day this neck. This but illustrates the. immense possibilities for this sport in Lakes. It is said that the Rovermntnt will be asked to stock Ibc Watcrton lakes' with suitable f.sh, so that ?.n supply joay he possible. John llassard, ptopiirlcr ol llu sumnirr hotel, has (has for a fne icw building which will he in keening vith the popularity of Wp.lerton akcs as a'tourist resort. The bulli- ng will he. ready (or next year's usiness. Mrs. who was confined o hed al the Frcelintn camp near :he gate, is recovered and around again. A cow wv.s driven into (ho patkj this week hy Mr. Allrcd, and stampede for milk teat Winnipeg all 1 hollow. A herd of dairy cows would' be a paying venture at ,akcs in summer. Mr. and Mrs. (ieo. Itobinson and Master .Ilm, of Lelhhridgc, p.nrl Mr. fuller, of I'iuchcr ('r.-ei, left for their homos on !Vday. Lawyer Lyons, of Tahcr, .v.cnt to Pinchcr CiffV in the Hassard hotel on and on Thursday ivcnt to his home. Loud blasts are to be ticaid every hour of tlie day at camp. The en- trance to the trail lo McDonald j Lakes is being tr.ade more accessible." POST OFFICE AT RETLAW lietlaw, Sepl. post office, tiaa 4ecn moved from Harney to Kctlaw. Darncy 19 off the map and Iletlaw Is on.