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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 5. 1011. THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MAY We stocked a big shipment of ENAMEL which was bought at a very- low rate. We will give our customers the benefit of our opportunity to buy at such a low figure See the assort- ment and get prices CJ.GRAY ANNOUNCEMENT Wv-bawe recently secured the agency in the for the HIGH GLASS HOISTING AND HAULING MACHINERY Manufactured by THE AMERICAN HOIST DERRICK COMPANY, ST. PAUL, MINN, A LARGE STOCK WILL BB CABRIBD IN WINNIPEG. (Send us your inquiries.) TWMAIHSi. WmMtPES. Pnore 5 TWO LIBERAL MEETINGS WED. Staffordville at 2.30 and North Lethbridge in Evening At 2.30 at the Miners' Hill, and o'clock in Redlng'i Hull, both tomorrow, Wednei- 4 4- day, Stpt. 6, meotlngi in the Interests of W. A. Buchanan, the Reciprocity candidate will o be held. Mr. Buchanan will be preient it each meeting to give an addrecc. Other apeak- Q en will also addrets the inji. FRANTIC WITH NEURALGIA CURE TUB TflUIBlf Neuralgia reallj blood poison in (f. To treat it with opium, tnorphiufi, cocaine, "headache powdtrs" and other "pain-killers" is a crime. The only possible way to cure Neu- ralgia is to purify the blood by making the Kidneys, Bowels ami Skin do their proper work in nature's own way. Thii is the way "lfruit-a-tives" Neuralgia. "Fruil-a-lives" prevents the formation of Uric the whole system strong and will always cure Neuralgia, Rheumatism aud Headaches elite to poisoned blood. 500. t box, 6 for or trial sice, 250. At dealers, or from FVuit-a-tivtf Limited. Ottawa. MILLER GAVE SUPPORT TO MAGRATH Raymond, Sept. in Medicine Hat constituency of anti- reciprocity gathered in the Opera J-louse sit Raymond on Saturday night and listened to speeches by G. W. Ureen, of Lethbrldge, and 0. A., Alagrath, the candidate opposing reci- procity. There heinj no Conservative association in Raymond, and therefore no president, and also no leading an- ti-reciprocity citizen in tho town wiio could fill the chairman's chair, the mayor of the town, B.S. Young, him- self an enthusiastic supporter of re- ciprocity, occupied tire chair. Mayor Young lias a faculty of adapting him- self to all circumstances, as a mayor should, and while not lending HIIP- port to the arguments of the speak- ers of the evening, In his genial way introduced them, and callsd the spe- cial numbers, on the programme.: On A HORRIBLE HOLOCAUST Eleven Lives Lost, Four- teen Severely Burned in Juneau 'Fire .Tuneaii, Alaska, Sept. broke nut in the hotel here tonight result- Ing in the loss of eleven lives, and fourteen persons are In the hospital Buffering from severe burns or injiir- ies received when they jumped from the upper stories. It .IB believed two of them win die. The hotel.S a three story structure was crov.-ded a'hd the entire building was ablaze hef Jre the alarm was given. Six bodies have been recovered. 'J'he known dead are clay clerk, formerly of Portland, Ore.; CITY COUNCIL RECEIVED REPORTS Good Progress in the City Work Commission Committee's Work City council convened in regular essiou this afjernuon with Mayor Ad- ms, Aid. Goode, Bowman. Snpe, Ash- roft, Oliver and Fraynu preucnt. C. .1. Eckstorm was present in coll- ection with the band matters, stating hat thn new constitution of the band ad now been so drafted that any citi- en of Lethbridge may become a mcin- er of the band. The constitution may ot be altered without a two-thirds ate of the members of the baud and le sanction of the cily council. The sanitary inspector's report show- 1 532 loads of refuse removed during le month, inspection fees received 58 and one bouse in quarantine. Sewage Disposal Plant City Engineer Hlanchurd's report ated tlint additional details for the disposal plant had been for- arded to T. Alrd Murray at Toronto, th Instructions lo push the work of eparing plans and specifications. The Migine'er also advocated tlie purchase Rve Dollars For A Name! A Five Dollar Gold Piece- is offered for l.ho host suggestion for a new name for lading's Store, .North Jjolhbridg.n. is under now management. One gesiion is allowed will, each cash purchase of one dollar durhw (he (iJteen days1 inmiediatcly folJowing Saturday, Sep.t. 2nd. Having purchased the business of Reding remodelled the store we nro ready to cnrry on a. first-class trade in every res- We have a complelo new stock of groceries ami our dry goods will be on the shelves immediately. Call inspect our goods. Sec our fine new show cases and counters O. Walton, 1401 FIFTH AVK., NORTH LETIIBIIIDGE. PHONE 465. tlie platform beside the mayor ant! the speakers of the. were J, A. Silver and Raymond Knight, an ar- dent supporter of the reciprocity pact. Jfr. Green In opening his remarks said he was not a political speaker, and Had his thoughts committed to writing. But he read out his speech and gave out some of tho best, argu ments his party has why Reciprocltj should not pass. The burden of his address "Let well enough by keeping up the tariff wall between tlria country and tbe Umited Mr. Magratirs speech was short and tlie usual arguments against recipro- city brought forward. Mr. Ma- grjth referred to his thirty years of stewardship in this Western lend and was willing that his record bo scrutin- ized' Hind big work carefully examined. He appealed to the electors to op- pose the issue and work to boost Can- Walter jDavenport, a painter, of Ta- coma, and a native girl. The bodies of Morrlspn, Davenport, two unidentified men a'nrt two unidentified women, have recovered. Of the fovirteen fnjured'in ,ho hospital, Southwick, of Miph- igan, and Boyd Miles, of Montana, a're believed to be fatally injured. Wil- liam .Morrison, who was a native ;pf came to Juneau .from Port- land. He was killed wlien Jle. jmrip'ed from the third "rns reputed, to half breed .maiden in "she, Was recently acfiujtted of the charge hv of a block of land for a sewage dispos- al site, recommending lhai the land acquired be large enough to provide for a park at the river bottom in the future. He also recommended the employ- ment of a Dominion Land Surveyor to survey Sixth 'avenue to the river, in order that owners of lots tbe street may apply for their proper tit- les. The engineering department has having mimlcred her mother. POLIEC COURT industries, rather than those of United Suites. help Wet weather yesterday was conduc- ive to several glorious Jags, whose owners appeared before the cadi this morning. They were disposed of! in the usual summary manner. Wilde- man and Feaiherwick got off ..with th-a regulation three and costs. John Ar- tlell, whose countenance is becoming' familiar :n police court circles, div- vied up five a-nd costs with a warn- ing. 'John. Casey was there too. In- stead of the regulation Casey at the bat, it was a case of Casey on the bat, and he came across with a three dol- lar ante. John Certin was drunk for sure, and got a similar dose. Tom adopted a new method of issuing.cer- tificates for building grades, and plac- ed Hie charge far this service at The engineer also recommended the grading of lanes to insure an even drainage of these thoroughfares. Progress Reported Good progress has been made by the Various contractors on the city work' during the month of August. The re- port showed that 6onO linear feet of grading had been finished, MOO square yards of sidewalk laid, feet of 8-Inch and.e-inch waterrnains laid, the .principal part; of ti'iia work being th Horses at Half Price You would not buy them at half price if they had corns or tender feet. What about your own feet? If they are tender you_are working at a dis- advantage and "e'ndurlng unnecessary annoyance. "Foot Elm" will prevent excessive sweating and cure tender, tired, hot, swollen feet, 'is powders for 25 cents. A special package of Foot Bath Tablets free with every box Red Cross Drug Store A special train was run from Leth- brldgo bringing forty ardent rooters and prominent lenders in the cam- paign. The Horald reporter ha.u been to find more than tho old six- citizens of Raymond opposing the pact. The meeting was void of. en- .liiisiasm save that imported from Ullnn blew in from the 'homestead at jcarmangay, and his thirst installation ofe.wnter mains to Uie new fair grounds, The storm sewer system is also progresBinB-favorably, the tola amount laid during, the montli being 2480 feet of sanitary, sewers, 4830 fee lire finished, n'i jvarious parts of the city.' "Y. Some grading aiid seeding of boul'e vards lias beerftindertaken, the atten tion of the city' being now turned to Gait Park, which 'will be all levelled and seeded this fall. The sub-committee on the commis- sion form of government composed.of K. P. Wallace, ,7. X. Ritchie and J. Manwarins, submitted their first re- nort on. this mStter. They stated that fjrst they had thought the change might be made hy making a few amendments to the pros-ant city char- ter. However, they had found, as the work progressed. Unit so many chnng-' would be required to embody the principles of the commission form of government, tho initiative, referen- dum and recall, that they deemed it advisable to draft an entirely new charter. They have already drawn all wise Creator. Secondly, that justice will be meted out in the great hereafter, nnd then men ivill be judged according to their merits. Often in tills life it seems as if tho righteous were compelled to suffer as much and even more than the wicked, but in the next world it shall be measured to all according as they deserve. A third belief that must be entertained is, that Christ, can be our personal Saviour. It must be a belief that takes strong hold in tbe life of a Clirlstian. A fourth belief necessary for the stren- gthening'of hope, is the belief in the loly Catholic, and Apostolic Church; astly the order of the Sacrament of the Church must be given' its true i land important position in the lives.of all believers. The hope of the church does not consist In the clergy that minister to the, people, but lies in the witnessing of the Individual mem- bers of the Christian brotherhood for LOW OCEAN KATES TO EUROPE 3rd class (closed roomj) 2nd class (1 class cabin) TO ,LONDON DIRECT CUNARI) LINE Canadian Service MODERN! STEAMERS UNEXCELLED SERVICE Information and Tickets from any local Agent, or write H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agt. Can. Weit. 445 Main St., Winnipeg, ______PHONE MAIN'5313 111 uits nuniesrvBa fiL i Uicinn after embellishing Illp ahout of provisions, but i fine line or mixed many more would be rerjuir. drinks, proceeded to play rough hons In the Belgian restaurant. He pm thrae and will also rein burse the proprietor for the broke The case of M. Fefferman for ato: ing hides within the city contrary t ing nuies wiitiin LUG cuv conrrarj' T he ety and we hare heard of no nc- the was remflnneri U11 Thura ceeBlons to the ranks of the. opposi- Ion as a result-of Saturday night's reeling. BURNED BY BLOWEB London, Ont.; Sept, threshers were Just finishing thresh- ing the crop of R. D. Payne, Ixindon township, the .blbw.r caught fire bnlli of blazing material were blown through the birn'i which wore burned the a new thrfcihlng culflt nnd some live itock. OMESTEADERS' LIBERAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS The Homesteaders' Liberal Associa- tion have secured the promise that W. A. B.uchnnan will address a aeries or meetings in the homestead country on the awl J6th of September. This will give them a splendid, oppor- .unity to becomo ncquaintcd with our next representative in parliament at )ttnwa. He alert and you will hoa he location and houra of the severs ttddrcsses. day, as wa-s also the case agains Thomas Winnicott for assault on th person of .i-as. Selliy. Selby ia im proving as rapidly as could bo.'e pected, and it is believed that be wi. be able to appear against Wlnnicot np, Thursday. SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT CiTY LOST VALUABLE HORSE AT THE DUMP One of tho city horses fell over the dump at thn city refuse grounds on Tbnndaj of last. week. The w-as badly burned by the burnfing-'re fuso and in a couple of days This represonls a of about to tho none of tbe dly horsea except those used by the fire depart- ment are NA-DRU-GO DYSPEPSi A TABLETS BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Sept. Franl Reams, a prosperous farmer who lives six miles south of Bow Island me with a serious accident on Frida? evening last. He was (driving four horse team hitched to a binder and trailing a wagon behind. When rienr the farm of A. C. Itussell, for some unknown reason his team became im manageable and bolted, throwing Mr. Henm from the binder and rig-lit in the track of the which pasted over one leg, making a compound frac- ture between the ankle and knee. The patient was rushed to the Lethbridge hospital ami tbe latest reports say the doctors will have to amputate. "How Island wants and will have Buchanan, reciprocity and larger mar- a-ts." These wore the sentiments prossed at a grand rally of tho. voters of this district, held in the'I. O. O. R mil on Wednesday last. The main speakers of the evening were W. A. Buchanan and C. R. Mitchell, Attor- ney General of Alberta. The hall was filled to its utmost cap- acity, the most of whom were farmers desirous of hearing their champion peak a few words on tho great ques- ion of tin dty. Mr. Buchanan made Iota of y the master fill way In which he poke Mid brought forth round after wind of applause from the (filers of j soil by tbe forcible arguments they ,might know .what further expected of them. Jn view of the fact that the cities of.. Alberta are collaborating with the Attorney General for n uniform char ter for cities, it wns decided to ask the committee to take the matter with the city that they might define some plan-for carrying out tbe wishes of the people as shown by jLheir plebiscite on the question last Uecemher.. The joint committee will report at tlie next meeting of council. NECESSITY OF HPEINLIFE .tliat our hope will he reflected In the lives of others. MISS SUTHERLAND WAS EXCELLENT To Ihcso lovers of perfect elocution who bra red Me inclement'weather of last evening, was given ;1 rare (rent by Jliss Edna, Sutherland. In the Y. il. C. A. auditorium. ThDusli :i in advance of her cngng-ament, this modern artiste experienced no diffi- lty in entertaining ,1 delighted au- You Should Tremble And Shudder When AH unsurupuloui druggist offon you a subttituto for DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry. If you are suddenly attacked by DUlilUIOEA, DVSENTEKY, Cor.IC) OKA.MPS OR PAIJIS IN TIIS STOMACH, CHOLERA BIoRBus, SUMMER COM- PLAINT, or auy LOOSENED OF'THE BOWELS, do not experiment with some aud untried remedy, but get one thjit has stood the test of time. For 05 yeira thin wonderful medicine haa bean used in thousands of homes in Canada, and hag given universal fiiitia- faction. When you Kant bottle "of Dr. insist on .being given Possessed of a magnificent physique and a pleasing stage appeamnce Hiss Sutherland last evening carried with j her. the reelings and imagination OPERATION HER ONLY for hour ..dVhaJT r FepuUtion proinratjona may W danger- ous to your health. Mr. ,1.'Castle, Tntonka, Man., "Just a word in favor of Dr. Fowler's ana imagination of Extract of Wild Strawberry, whicji I torm of Sunday evening, a treat in ,ler audi transporting them now used llsfc for iiT tho t Stonmch am] i vcrj for week and not able to do nn; thing until iiurchnsad n bottle of the flbovo i UL 1 Il-e DV SllPlfpV 1 1 r. il r of Millhurst, Calgary, i or ]ate t n o'n.nw, remedy, and after three or four doaea I ,o delivered -ho sermon of the even-1 C5 O'r ,he "C" Principal Hayes spoho to St. character 0, Impel.vloll3 Owen from Raljih Connor's Iiier-a, "Tho Sky Pilot." With perfect gesture and by a varied countenance that of itself was sufficient lo hold the attention of of the evening, To those of the congregation of St. jyprian's church who braved torm of Sunday evening, a ire lier auaicnce. transporting them now ermonizmg was given he Rev., lo Qf Jhe P. Hayes, B.A., F.I.G.C.M.. (Eng-j of principal of the Bishop Pink- pJcUon of ,.ThB by Shelley congregation in the morn- ing as well in tlie interests of the new- ly established residential colleen which opens this month. The text for i.ho evening discourse was taken from Chronicles 3, ch. S, -as ;is ye (ibound in every ihing, in faith nnd utterance, ami knowledge, and in all diligence, and your love to us, tliat ye abound in this grace also." It was a sermon on Hope. Tlie speak- er vividly portrayod the necessity of liope in the life ot every Christian, ind more especially for those who arc imlergoing trials and difficulties The price ia 35 cents per bottle. See that the MilHurn Co., master- Limited, Toronto, Ont., appMH ou the table, M we aro the nid proprietora of tfaia roraedy. .1, nm an.uiii.iuu til; u> uuing, Katharine Tynan's even the most listless, she held the nnd "The H-ail Bov." by audience spellliound throughout: the Kipling; entire presentation of Gwen, while her In these the artiste her tone clear volc-e am] perfect Intonation {to suit, now the swoot song Of the ever to hnr assisiance and at I spring birds, and later the monotonous no time was their any undue strain toll of the buoy bell as its warning to me ,t i r< i young man wno lias trien to ovorcomo bam svegetaoIeCompound'..... Lindsay, think it is no nore tlian riglit for me to tlmnk ilvs. Pinkham for what her kind advice and E. Pinkham's Vegotable Com- pound has done for me. When I wrote to her some, time ago I was a very sick woman, suf- sin b.nt has been almost compelled to give up in despair. What that youns man needs_ and needs badly is hope, that, will renew afresh his energies to do battle with the temptations of life. Rome was not built in. a day neither can Christian character be. formed in day or tlie Church of Christ enter into tlie fulness of its power in a gen- feringfrom The direction of tho troubles. I had: gallon was then asked for the life of inflammation of ms infinite hope In a life stand or walk any !so Hope had changed the distance. At last 11 Cross of Despair to one'of Life. was confined to my I Hope is a. virtue aiid'a necessai'y ogo tliroiiRh an but is "coded In the Church cfused to do. A rricml advised Lydia I'oilny Is men full of the divine i. Phlklmm's Vegelaliic Compound, land that see the day when right shall, nd now. after iisiiigllires hollies of it, prevail. It is etiually a diitv in the! feel likoa iicffH-omiin. I mostheartily ,ifc of evorv. OR for ,hoUBh f t ecommendt us medicine to a 1 women hosufferwilhfemaletronbies. Jluive thcr.J; 1 is a Silver lining beyond nnd maybe. In her actions. .VMas Sutherland further showed lierself mistress of thn art hy liisr de- liverance of some selections in aliglit- er vein. The language Of the French Habitant was heard to perfection in pas-sages from Dnimmand's "Dom- tliat was decidedly refreshing to the pent-tip foelliiRs of lier listen notes rang out across th-3 surging waters of the mighty sen. A. variety was given the nudlonoo as they heard with pleasure a solo rendered liy L. A. Wllkos. in flr.a voice. The evening was a genuine treat, and those wilo take the oppor- tunity to hear ..Miss Sutherland to- night in the same place, givcen in To tli3 lov-ers of the Scotch di-.i- her inimitable style, "The Blue iect, Barrio's "'Window in I wllj have stored up a pleasant mo'm- them onco again to (be J ory. .that shall live green in the fu- inre; those lo whom thc'opportunity is, given, and who fail to avail them- solves thereof, shall have missed a literary treat that comes but seldom. Uon't fail lo hear and Jlfes Suth- erland tonight at 8.30 'sharp In the tun of tbe V. C. A. la mi of the heather RS they heard again the rich accent of tbe hardy Highlander. Miss Sutherland's wonderful voice and lier complete control of it in a really surprising number of tones, was shown in the two last selections Iso taken Lyclia E. rinklinin'e Liver ills and think Ihcv are Mrs. RANK KJISI.EY, Ijndsay, Onlnrio. cannot n life that was anything hut promising! -EV, Lindsay, Ontario, has developed into a life of useful-' iimlcTKtAiid why women ness to fill a position of responsibility! will takochanwswHh. in operation or I nnd trust. Through h'oiie we have drag out n sickly half-henrlcd missinp; three-fourths-of the joy of living, without firat trying Lyilia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. For thirty years it haH been thft standard remedy for female ills, and has cured thousands of women who hare been troubled with tiich ailments as displacements, inflammation, nicer- ntion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, son ny the fore b o arguments nut mi In favor of rscloroViiv pains, backache, indication 111 Kvur ui Im ntriouj nroitral on. our greatest influence on others. Floor ore look to .us for example and many a young fellow has turned from tlie wrong because of the hope placed In him by mother or sister. Tho speaker then went on to enun- ciate five ways in which Hope could be manifested through believing. First, It. IB necessary to trust in God TSNT there a floor or other woodwork about your house that would look lots better if freshened up with a little good paint? You cjuld do the job yourself with M-L in you'd be proud of, at n coat of few dimes. For every ctnl's worth off paint you'll get a worth of you are particular to pet LeifJ Paiut. For the floors get "M-L the Father, nnd hellnye In Him us the aotori irt M iltir tlHn. lilttc bell in irfice Ur tluv Midc in lorty-ttrcn colmi liilt for ill UIM, 8oliJ oolr in Irul meiiorc. Mide bi Vlrniib Color Co.. Tor..I. Dccorltc 71 Fin Will Colon. .Ricemnunded.and Sold by LATIWER LETHBRIDOI ;