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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 17, IftlS THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 OF CANADA Stout Prompt Hetam thmffc lite luk CuwU Wtan you ship your Imlts, grain, livestock cr any othet produce, erasure prompt payment by putting througha Union Bftnk of Canada Dialt on the Consignee. la Uio vay, and will save you delayed payments and sometimes loss. 'Die doit Is the Manager about IL LETHBSIDOE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH O. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KING, Act" Manager Elfco, B. C, Seiil. directors of the Elko Wattr, Power and Light Co. belt! a meeting Wednesday and appointed Engineer A. J. Carter sup- erintendent of waterworks and J. il. Agoow te-retary. The meeting was veil represented and was run much fifloother most ot tbe prayer meetings In the Immediate vicinity. A. C. BowntES, of Cranbroofc. "w in Jaffray this ircek buying HtuM veneer and he arrived in Elfco ewUcbed onto sheep herders delight. A big caravan of gypaips, about- 9 M-agons, 20 cayuees and about fifty pcotlo, arrived -In town from Urazll, where tho nut came from, and made huorror a while; but wiien Gor- man came on the scene, they soon pulled Ilielr freight Ttio construction on the Elko water- works Is to eltrt ncil.weeli, the daj Fred Starkey will footlns It to KaElo, ay gbahr frank Werley of London, Ont., paw .arras tlie eeoses with melody, and e sell the finest groceries in th acknow'edj-a the grot dtbt of gialitude he owes lie U glad to hire hii days In town. This is bis first a common sight in o see while gills staggering oat oi 'ChioPEE dumps, ghastly irora the "fleets ol As a close observ- er ol the workings of the present po- ice force, and consequently with the elements with uh'kh they hare to do, 1 have yet to sec such a sight la his city, and- 1 am sure that our vorthy chief would tw gratified il would point out such an oc- currence. The statement is'absolute- y false. He says that the chiel is respon- sible for the re-opening of the segre- gated area, and that several houses other parts ot (he city aie being used for the- same nurpose- 1 would Itlttr published in ordtr ;hs! mj-tt sufferer! may induced to try these wonderful UUets tniJe ol fruit jukej. StKKiA, OST., FSB. ith. 1911 "I baVe bVen 1 sufferer for the past 15 rears with Constipation, tnd CiUrrb of Ibe Stinach. f tried rainy recedies and inauy doctor, but benefit whatever. Finally, f read ia advertisement for "Fruit-i' I decided to a trill aid they did exactly whit was claimed for them. I have now Uken 'them for time and find they the only.remedy Lie good. I hire recoiumer-ded "Fruil-a-tives" to a great many, of my fritr.ds. and I cauuot pnist'tbw fruit tabltls too highly" PAUL J. JONES. 5cc a boT, 6 for 50, trial site, Atdealenor sent postpaid oa icctipt of firice by Pniit-a-tives Ututttd. Ottawa. C. DRAKE LOOKS FOR BIG FAVORS OPENING THE ROSS LEASE' "1 have acres ot wheat on niv larm, section 17-2-23, v.-faUh I am like to BO on rrcord as saying that j sure make 50 bushels or more C.'iicf Davis, or Inspector Svclto.p jto the that will make close cither, stands ready to close these la 100. bushels, and harley that is on the carpet for teirdoHars and coa >n the ftrat count. Supt, Harsbaiv ot Cranbrook n Xlko tha other day looking at.tb lots on Ixmkout mountal Wo wonder he's going into Uie fl ng machine buEiness. One of the Mwllclna Hat couucillo lad a plumber working aji Labor Da coking for a gae leak and when f sports were all over found It was skunk under the house. .There is many'a full grown m witb whiskers on hts.face who oug o bo wearing long dresses, and B ting, on a. high chahr'if his clot hi matched bfa character. Many-R ma thinks he could sell merchandise, b cause.he is eo'succossful in- caliin iogs home from the pasture, bnl se lug mercbanidse requires more than iung power. Meet meat the fair. A. at. Owen, manager of the Ttnpef- fat nanfc, Fernle, was in Elko this veekf looking for a" location for an- other brinch. H is Qicpected that four v banka will oped.'up in.EUio'next sprlns.. TVhalea, of drbre in Sunday to "meet AlsiUncIe Tom, wlio an-JTed on th.e morning- train ifrom the east Larry aald hla dad iraa out bunt- ing last week, ond'brought borne the venison. Tom Cavin. Eiko on Sunday, on-hU lo'Cran- brook. Don't Imagine that erery. woman a motor Tell owns a car.' ar.d Mrs. Todd'aiid' Todd, of Fernie, were guests st lisa Columbia Hotel on Sunday. Jim Thlstleback says hft biari'tniuch faith in a girl vho plays a selection institutions down on a moment's no- tice from the mayor or the city council. H is absolute folly, as any- one knows, for Jones to say that these places are as flourishing as ever. And when he says it, ad- mits that they were flourishing In Mr. Qillespie's time. The segregated area was a veritable midway'in those days, and it certainly is not at the present time. Chief Uavis cleaned U up and would have kept it-so, bad he bad, absolute power. As to tho other houses in different parts ol the city, 1 have heard this same asser- tion made at police headquarters, but the person loss to know where to find. I hem when asked by'the chiel so. of the gambling re- sorts, previous to the present chiefs advent, was much the same as the otherxevils. I cac-produce witnesses who have actually seta policenien in :hese places calmly watching '.the iaiaes in progress. Can sjiow :hat. conditions are worse than that now He would have to go'sp'me-to show any gambling resort in'exist- crice- in the city. Thoie ia not a -fair-minded citizen BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Quality and purity combine to make Black and While Scotch Whisky the standard of excellence. D, O. RpK-TM, Jereato from Wagner on the piano her mother jilaya wash board. Jim Fiisee drove In from Waldo last weelc. Mr. and R. .Reading, spent Sunday In Elko, There the wild1 flowers grow in modealy and Trefl Roo resides. THAW WON A POINT Uttleton, N.H., Sept, K. Thaw, fugitive from Matteawan, woi; a victory In the United States district court today, -when.Judso Alfrich defin- itely suspended a hearing on a writ of habeas corpus obtained by tho Thaw lawyers. This means will IIBVO a federal writ to check hla Imme- diate return to .New York state-; ,ln tho event of Governor I-'elkor accept. ing tho Olynn. requisition from Governor Fire did danugc- to the Lumber Co. at the Soo. .a the city lyho will not agree with :ne in the assertion that Chiei pivis lias made great- progress IiTtbe bet- .ering ot conditions here, anii we all icgret to see him leave. Bui we know that we would have 'an able and worthy successor in" Inspector Skelton. In closing, Jlr. icg to submit, 1hat Jones is" cither' laboring under a delusion, or he .is working to have Oillcspie return- ed to office. I unSerstaiid petition is going the rounds in farbr or Jfr. GillMpie. That petition deieat its own end. Injector Skelton will be. the nest chirf ot the Leth- brldge fora, and he a and everyone wants a continuation of petition. Mis work speaks tor itself, .Yours very truly, A BYSTANDER. AX ALLKOED INTERVIEW The Herald hns received another letter from Mr, Thomas Jones "at- tacking Chief DsVis for an alleged in- terview given in Toronto, ii .whici ex-Chief Gillespie was bitterly as- sailed. Mr. Gilleipie says.he does not beliDvc Mr. Davis gave any-scch in- terview, a licliel in ivhich tho Her- ald concurs, anii in consequence we feel that Mr. Jones would prefer that the. letter he not published Editor Herald. threshing 00 bushels to the re- lorts ,-A; C. Drake, of Wcolford, to ,he Associate Hoards of Southern Alherta.' .Mr. Drake is one of the most suc- fess'ful'formers in Milk. River and be has joiried in the qp- ilication 'for the cancellation of the'to 26 sections in town- ship i-22, which has 13 years yet to run-and.'it'is claimed is not bsing occupied, as agreed. He reports that on several trips actoss that town- ship last year he only saw a few animals grating-1 and a couile of teams qt horses, while trips this year he has not seen1' a single head ol'stock' with the brand ol the tloss-firm- v" "It is a shame- to have, such _.a tract- of land idle. I belierq in open- ing it'up, either to homesteading' or bv small blocks to mixed' far- writes Mr.' Drake, "1 think e have the best- place for raised arming-1 know of in the Dominion tho United States, and as an ad- owner and mixed armer I would like to see this lease set tied, up by people who will stock -The Ross lease is ono that was i'ecenfly brought to the attention of Minister ftoche as available upon can- cellation for sheep grazing, and de- partment, inspectors have recommend- ed its cancellation. Cranbrook, n. C., Sept. ice Quain, of Medicine Hat, and gen- eral superintendent uf the (Juain Ktectrica! company, is spending irip to Cranbrook, since L-is marriage and he is receiving scores of band shakes and congratulations, and is lept busy smilitg his thanks. A. B; Stanley, of Crtstcn, passed through this city aunday on his re- turn from the Press Association meeting at Edmonton Duscan McV'arlane, accompanied by his wife ar.d daughter, Mamie, iour- ueyed to Spokar.e Sunday, where they svili (aic in ite- interstate fair. Joe Mills spent Sunday in town, from the Pearine Lumber Co. Mayor A. C. BoRness and wife left Sunday morning by automobile for! the Spokane fair. I1. Muthesoii andj J. D. McKay also went In Matheson's runabout, while N. Hanson look in his large car Mrs. Donahue, Oeorge I.eask and wife, Al. Mutz, of Kcinic, and Mr. ar.d Mrs. Gus Krlckson. Events at the fall fair to be held on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 18lh anil lOtb, have been arranged in the following order, commencing at 2 o'clock p.m. IflKST DAY 100 Yards race. Junior baseball. 75 Yards race, boys 1C and under. Standing broad jump Pony halt mile dash. Standing high jump. GUIs race, EO'yards. Boys' race (under 160 pounds) CO yards. Football a minutes.each way. Running high jump. Squaw pony race. 120 Yards hurdles, 10 3tft. hurdles. '-110 Yard race. Pole, vault. Putting the shot. Tlirow'icg the hammer. Running broad jump. Half miic race. SECOND DAY Baseball tournament. Log sawing contest. Don't Try to Cheat Don't pare ihr corn a little and ihini Ihe corn Don't daub it with liquids, or uso an old- time pa-1 or plaster. That's fooling with a corn. A famous chemist found a way to lake out corns coni- pleiely. Now ms method. C v rapi arosisi ti It'salittle piaster, appiitd in n ji3y. The inomei.l you use it, all pain is ttoppctl. Vr-n forget the In hours take o'S Ihe pLuiier and the corns corse out. Not a of the corn is left. jiil Ihis is without nay pain cr sorcijtss. a milliun corns are nov.' removed liko this. Try it on ouo of yours. Hi-n Com Plasters r Scld by -15c and 25c per package Bauer i Black, Chicago New York, Makers of Surgical D retting etc. Log chopping contest- Standing hroad jump. Girls' race (ages 12 -to IS) raids. 220 Yalta Hat rnce. Unvs1 potato race. (Jrecn harness race 220 Yards obstacle yate. tircen harr.fss race Hoys' sack rare, ycais ar.d un- 50 yards. CJirls1 aad spoon race. I'onj' relay rare (H milt's) 2 horses per rider, remount each half mils. Squaw race, 100 yards. Hoys' relay race, or.c-hall mile, 1 hoys per team. One mile race. EXAMINING FRENCH DEFENCES London, Sept. Paris despatch states that iLe of twenty Can- adfan mllLUa officers, headed by Col; Sam Minister of. Militia, are io'-v viVitinir tin; JVcnclj MS tern fron- .KT. iiisj.c-ciiut' its Ueiehct the knowledge, approval and as- si stance of the French-military antli- Col. Hughes and his fv'tow RESISTING THE POLL TAX Saskatoon, Sasb., or more young men of the city have been summoned to appear butcrro Mag- iitraie Brown in the police court in the course ol Ihe next wteks to face a charge of refusing to cay their poll tax. Many of these will retain, counsel lo fight payment 0( the tax on the ground that tbelr rjames should be on tha householders' list, contend- ing that the fact that their names do c ot appear i s th rou eh n o f au! t of theirs. are hack in a day or two. James Morrison, proprietor of the Colonial Houfe, Sanito, was finect J2i> fiu-1 costs for selling liquor after hours. Regularity ot tfce bowela :s an absolute for good heaHh. Unless the ft-aste matter from the fooJ whfch, collects there is got rid .oE at least once a day, it decays and poiwni the indi- and'sick headaches. Salts and other harsli mineral irritate the delicate lining of thft bowels. Dr. Indian veKetable-r-rrgwlate the bowels effectively without weak-" enipg, sickening or griping. Use Dr. Morse's Indian R-cot Pilla PRINCE ALBERT BONDS-LISTED Ixjndon, Sept. and onc- haif per conl. tlebenturoa of the of Prince Altcrr, tSo am- ount ol in scrip bar's beSa officially listed on tho stock Ex-' change. NCREASE FOR YEAR WAS 300 PER CROPS HELPED SOME 100 FALL OVERCOATS Jlirrceapolis, Stpt. The al. inctcaso in the properly pi the northwest during Ihe last fear, is le- flectfd by the gioss earnings of one of the 'northwest's great railroad systems, the Soo line. In ths report made" ti the itocVhoMers at the an- nual meeting held m Minneapolis to- day it was shown the gross earnings for 'the year ending June 30, 1313, amounted (o In 1312 (he gross earnings were only The substantial incrfasa In the company's gross earnings while par- tially duo lo the unusual grain crop ol 19K, reflects also the growth and general prosperity 'ol the norUiwcsl." Including the territory adjacent the said Mr. I'ennington, president ol the feoo line, the operating ex- pcnsc-s of the Soo !ins proper tolal for the year Just pass- ed. In 1913 the operating expenses totalled At "the meeting ol stockhnldcTs, all of the present directors were re- elected.. 1'hey are Edmund Pcnning- ton, Charles S. 1'illsbury, C. I'. Pet- tit, Loivry, W. Jtartln, Al- fred H. Bright, 6, N'evel, all of E. A. Youne, St. Paul; Sir Thomas 0. Shaughnessy, K.C., V.Q., R. K. Angus and I. O. Oadsn, d Montreal. Iramedlalely following Ihe meeting ot stockholders, the hoard of direc- tors and officers were tc-elrcted. ..IT WAS ACCIDENTAL, iledlcine Sept. death of the 'man, Haudchuk, who was caujht In tha landsilii Into Ihe water, words'ttcnch was declared accidental 'r's jury. They are made up in Chev- iots, Tweeds and Meltons, black and other .colors, silk faced and lined with silk serge; hand shaped should- ers and collars, and just the thing for the present time of the year. Our reason for selling these and values at is be- cause we are overstocked On Sale TKurs., FrL, Sat. Only 251 OFF ALL RAINCOATS MACLEOD "The Great-Clothiers dljlie Great West" Fifth Street South ;