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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 18, 1911. v DAILY HERALI> ENDED FOUEVKK TJO HEARTBURN, OA8, DYSPEPSIA 'OR SOURNESS I-'IVE-MIN- UTEB LATER Nothing will i-oiiMiln undigested or front1 on your Htomnch if yon will take n OHrtmiBln occasionally. This powerful dlgoatlvo and antacid, though as harmless and pleasant an candy, will dlfjest and prepare for as- ilmlllatlon Into the blood nil tho food yon oiireat. Kat what your stomach craves, v.-lthoiit tile slightest fear of Indlges- RAYMOND BUDGET Ifavinoiid, 'Alia., Sept. li. Budd nnd two children ar- rived Thursday from Sail Lake City. Mr. liiuld has furnished temporary nii'iit building on Hroadway, in which lo live nnlil hc builds a new home. Airs. Wrij'htsoti, of Salt Lake City, mother of Mrs. f. M. McCarty, is visiting in Raymond with her, daugh- ter. lion or Unit yon will bo bothered with ,.p .our rising, belching, gas on stomach ll" "UK of lla l heartburn, headaches rrom sluinndi, I who llas visil- nauBen, bad breath, water biMsh, or a ing (or Hip summer at Magrath nnd feeling like you had swallowod a lump I Raymond, left Thursday for his work of lend or other disagreeable mirenles. phould you bo suffering now I'rom any aloihach dlsordor you can get relief 'within-five LOST 45 POUNDS IN WEIGHT Magrath Strongly in Favor of Reciprocity from Front 125 NIK, THMKS TO "FIMH-TIVES" PbAHTARXKOT, O.NT, Jail. JISl, 1910. "About March ist. 1909, 1 wns taken rlehtu of the western farnw deathly wilh Ijvcr Coneulion ami an Coming grnvor Issues Mr. Smith wont ou to uho'w that the two candidates were the two. sides to thle great piece of leglilu-{ tlon. Mr. Buchanan was llio reclpro city catidldate and roprcaculwl the e Stomach Trouble. I failed frc-in 135 I (red for eight weeki. The (lectors mid uld ilo nothing for me, and as I i Sail Lake City. M. McCarty left yesterday after- noon fo; the Srninly" Company's If yon will pet from your phnrma-! farm, soulii-casl oi' town, with ,.rist a 50-cont of Pane's Dlapep-j load ol Indians." Mr. Mc( tin you could always so to tho table with a lienrfy nppetiie. and your :inoiilB would Uiste good, because you would know there would 'be no Indi- gestion or Sleepless nights or Head champion. "Jlc has tllroiiBh fiery furnace of Public with a spotless nuino. In they conliT ilo nothing for me, and as i "lo erlMls at Edmonton I have a last resort, one of thc doctors told tin Intimate- frk'Hd of Billy Bucllan- IIK lo try Ihey would Ian.' He conducted himself In a roan- not cute jne, iiotniiig -ranld. )v all through the critical Mv husband bought some "I'm t-n. and inside of ten I was .ble nt Mnlonton. lie came out to leave mj bed. My stomach wlth oolol's flying. That strong and I could eat and retain uijr I'a the kind of a man yon are voting says "they were all.tickled (o death.' They arc gone out to shock. A man across the street shouted, "Goin'to i food. Today, I MsiK LAURENT OADIEUX. a box, 6 for or trial size, 25c. Fruit-a-livea Limited, Ottawa. S100 is the amount set down for." Thia speaker wont on to show how the agreement would benefit the peo- ple of Canada, both east and west. .The Conservative parly was il is ihe canners of i. ..u. nun JI..IL mvii nit: Tlutlllu uor- 11 j echea or Stomach misery, ill thc next for work from Primarv up to Stand-' that are the pact, day; and, besides, you would not need' imounliui! o on irn not llle fruU srowurs. What nee laxatives or Urar pills to keep yonr lnlu U' llle S to fb.ou aic wt of thc stomach and bowels clean and fresh. street was thinking one inelh- lor "10 bcst of nox- have bes( ,n jho Papo'i Dlapupeln can be obtained od of celebrating the arrival o[ the wmls' sml' "Ilcl Slr'-011 tor thc is'tho canners- combine that Is nnl i" Mr. car'b'-st collection of noxious weeds tlw been To Reduce Our Large Stock of Mclaughlin Carriages Delivery Rigs We are making a special cut in prices from September 20th to the end of October. This discount applies to cash sales only Papo'i Dlapupeln can be obtained od of celebrating the arrival o[ the iolls seed, and Slfi.Oll for the from, your druggist and -contains more Mrsi, in lio'me. bid Sir cnr- (linn sviffJciont to cure thc worst case- of Indigestion or Dy.pen-l a" tllc face, There is nothing better for gas cnmc on TJiuruday, and on the stooiaoh or sour odors from the stomach or to cure a stomach Jjcadaclte. TO.U cojiidn't keep a handier or more useful article in the liouse. two lit tin sisters -witl not always iced to carry in the wood. M'.s. R. A. Gillies and baby, ac- the canners' combine that is mai In; tire roar. I have been a mercli :l. This is surely geltiiijr at the root, ant and n'm statiug facts. The can the noxious weeds nuisance are soaking the people and th' "lt! To ltiu'n by Ives Had an Exciting Time _____ from Froqt Page.) point-blank, i merchants. The Canners' Aasocla experience in this school is too "on are bleeding masses of th- hut to train children to understand Reciprocity will eliminate tho havoc that may be worked by the ,a" lhiug3' Mrs. Green, arrived on Thursdjiv tt'ee'ls' a'ccls Is j The Farmer's standpoint nigbl from Havre Mont Mrfc 1 slamp out j The speaker then dwelt {Jreen's home where Mrs --i "'lierover and the'-pact from a farmer's stand tint Mr. Ires refused .This caused a great sensation. The. Clmiook filec Club furnished splendid music, and it was unite no-1 the baby have been visiting for some non-t for aymond Pair aral Wednesdav, of vomler tho blrf i ticeable that the singing v.as better apiilauuded than the There was a great contrast between the mooting and the Liberal rally of the Musical Kcslival will be held Tuesday night, Sept. I Dili, and gran-l hall on Wednesday Waller's stock Company, [one to furnish RoOd ,or people wnnt flour Md extension, within the town and the pl.ice ,or ,.our wheat! ,f vot, j other calling for an election on the then vote for the pact, j first bylaw to be held on Oct. M i And UKJ opposition are I The matter of fixing the street. tears about the railways was referred to the lire, water immense loss that they shedding and thc will sustain. Salt Lake "Corianion City, Utah, on Saturday will play night in Kayinuiid Opera Mouse. The play before, when enthusiasm rain, and when Mr. Smith's fine dc- tlle Iiao ot the scene mce was rhcercd to the echo laili in >Smith years A. Cunningham was the iirst j !lclore Christ' Is as Catholic as and dwelt on the historical IU ls aml has bcc" given some time but for .some they :be given a chance to soak the reason was never filled. Some cliann-i ot Canada more lhan the-v are es will .now be made on the orielnil' loday? No> says tlle voter' _ and on the Slot day of September the plans amtlhe street l.ghhng ol wlll a'ssert (hem. Jail thc leading cities of the United brief, and he made vain attempt to! Vtom con-pony show that Sir Wilfrid Uurir-r had'150 Stirling, Cardston reciprocal trade in the past. W-.-C.rvcs spoke for almost two and i.etiibridge. The date of the musical festival hours, dealing'with various" matters I tilc Raympnd exhibi- I rtf little importance. In opening, he paid the usual prettv tribute to the Indies, lite his friend Mr.1'- Bennett, saying that Air. Ma- grath favored voles for women. lion has been changed from Wednes- [day nigbl, Sept. 2tllh to Tuesday night. Sept. tilth. The reason for.the change is that Cardston- voters at- tending thc Musical Festival, could then launched out on Ion" horac lime cast Ulcir tion of provincial ami' tllc I1011 on Thurs- issues long since dead and fo--rott'en'! "ay' Tllc- IKm[ ball will In He was most evasive, and seemed i WFllMslla-v Mr- "ve, ralbi reciprocity. However, lie finally reached that (i-ueslion, and tile fun began. Mr. Ives, his j0uy kept thc audience in jolly spirits, hut us far as points of sound reasoning were concerned lie failed completely. Nothing was said of annexation, arid pic made unite Sp-to-date. A special of ttie council is called for tonight at 8 o'clock in the council chamber. selves as nev-sr before. All Utsse argunrenfs are, as you see, advanced in favor of the and the financial interests of East- C. A. James, of Btincc Rupert, ag-jern Cana'da. The farmer o ent fur Kussell, of Vancouver, was in Ihe'spot to" voice his sentinren town this week and bought head "-SaiiBt his opprossoi-.; and take a of cows from the Knight Sugar Co vautaSe of Ibis proposition. Rav-' T1'e lllc" entered on telling onslnught on the 'by the Tories. They wci nonsensical for words. Tl- nation cry was a favorit Fish and Tudhope Wagons We have still a few of these standard Wagons left at Clearing Sale Prices. Call before they are all gone Turkey Red Seed Wheat Just 200 bushels left Price a bushel. Double cleaned in heavy sacks We will tent a portion or the whole of our cellar for storage or wholesale purposes. Dimensions 26'xlOO'; Concrete walls 18" thick; floors 5" with 1" finish. Frost proof, elevator, etc. and seemed dubious of coming down to at the Knight Academy, has consented to act as ad- i j'.idie.itor News has just reached Raymond of .the death of Mrs. W. E. Moore in Bristol, England. Mrs. Moore was n. resident of Raymond, her hus- TliC deal was put through by mond Knight, manager of the com-i pahy'.s cat tic, and the cows will hc' rounded iip on tho Milk River range [favored for shipment Oct. 5th and Oct. 'nhraae loth. This is the second large sale! press. This is not an argiimen of cattle made by this company this'against pact at all: They do no nnd is an indication of the Produce tire things ihat Canada ex of tiie company's range fllf exception of Argei 1111 was conspicuous ils absence. Prospects look brighter every for Huchauan and reciprocity, there-is little niiesiion as to th, here on Thursday next. day and re- MIRACULOU5 ESCAPE OF SHEEP RANCHER Tatar, Sopt. for over R mile 'between the -whiHtetroe-, and tho wnoels of hia farm wr.gon, with his head bumping along tile .ground whife hla horses galloped madly idown the road, Jack Robinson the well-known steep rancher south town, came near to a horrible last Saturday afternoon, miraculous! escaping with a tew severe Ib: hand being the flrst representative Of the Alberta Railway Irrigation in this town. During their rcsi- 'denas here Mr. and Mrs. Moore .occu- pied the house now owned by J. S. Gordon, and were prominent in work in connection with the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Moore has been HI for some time and has been living in Switzerland for the benefit of her health. Failing in its restoration she returned to her home in Bristol, Eng- land, where she died. M. Payne Gallwey, of the Bank Montreal is spendingMhe re- mainder oi his holidays in Calgary. Extensive improvements arc being ,f ria'dc in the interior of the Knight Sugar C'o.'s plant, in preparation for thc coining sugar campaign. Thc com- llie district south oi Raymond. The' Knight Sugar Co. still have over Ifl.iiOO head left. The committee in -charge of grounds and buildings in conncclion with the Agricultural Exhibition are busy with improvements and changes to facilitate handling the ever-iiicrcasinn- crowd attending illeachers seating Raymond 200 persons have COCOA Is rich in food vtlue and easy to digest. R is just Cocoa, pureCocon, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nuoei and Doeton tecommend me n nckiiesi uc ki licallh. m Do You UM COWMI'I 7 been erected at the west end of. the grand stand. The poultry house has been remodelled, corrals repaired, mi! the track put in excellent cohdi- rion.. At a recent meeting of the' .So- ciety Messrs. Budfl, T. .T. O'nricn, tine, and Argentic raises and ship t soft whsat only. "Then, too, continued the speaker, "these ol treaties are going to be abrogated bj the Imperial parliament. So thi: drowning party. Competition is the life of business, and this holds gooc in regard lo ibra situation very forci My.. A wider market, Mr. Elector, is what it will give. Do you want it' Then vote for Buchanan." The speaker said that the Conser vativc party ia most inconsistent. Sir John A. Macdonakl was in favor of it years ago, Bord-an is op posed to it todayi The fact of it is, John A. Macdonald was of bot- and McDufiee were appointed lo Hlall the TorlM of todav sist the sccrelary-trcnsiircr to rcc'eire And Mr. Bennett is another ibrim.-uii entries. These men will be found in statesman who ;g 'barnstorming in op- position to reciprocity. address was exploded incst. iinnrarci- thc oflicr under the west end of the up lo 12 o'clock nooi in on I pany leave no stone unturned to keep the plant up-to-date and are adding from time to time new machinery, facilitating the manufacture or cnjrar! year they expect to-20.- 000 tons uf beets and will employ men all told. The kilns are ready for burning and already n gnod supply of rocli from the Pass is on the' grotim for use. Twenty tons of rock is Ihe daily capacity. Superintendent Primrose of thc acieod Division Of the Northwest Mounted Police, accompanied by (lie Veterinary of thc Maclcod Post, came Raymond on Wednesday last and were met by Ray Knight with his car. The superintendent was here to ook at horses belonging to the, Knight friucar-Co.. nnd of is visit the company's hunch of fin is'-elghl head short. The horses re for romounts for tho Macicml ost and will he delivered overland n Wednesday of next week. The class f horses bred by the Sugar Co. a Til adapted' for thc work of the minted Police. Two different timcB r. Knight, for the company, has cen called upon to supply horsei for hc cavalry encampments held, at Cal- gary nnd I.clhbridge.' Considerable Importance lias been attached by Ihe Agricultural Society to (he work done in public, schools. Thin I'oiWK under Knparlmrnl S, and T. 0. King is .director ia charge. i so-called arguments were slush. "Grabbing our nat- ural resources." "stealing onr "and stay with ibe mother- land" are to criro 'of R. E. Bennett. Keep the resources, ears hs, for the entry blanks, srenUlcsa unborn. Bennett is a nidges, etc., arc in the secretary's fuiiny man. and more especially in hands now and all is in rcadlncsS.Tor thic campaign. Reciprocity will .bring opening im Monday. i in good, olil Yankee money. Let it I eomc. want it. And they cry The C.P.R. sled bridge at (heir annexation as aa argument. Soin-a Monday, when entries will be closed. I Jlil It is very necessary that all should lile usunl be in bj noon so (hat the wort: of placing and judging may go. on. Indging will lie over by Tuesday noon. Piize tickets, SAUNDERS P.O. Box 112 Telephone 1244 enls. The greatest enthuamam reign- ed and it was easy to be se-an that a sweeping majority' will foe given the Liberal candidate rrext Thursd.iv.' During Mr; smith's magnificent nd- (Ircss a lonesome t Tory biitied in sev- eral times with foolfeli questions nnd :hey were riddled by th'o speaker mid the thundering applaime of tlva ludieuce. Tlie cause of Magrath was given a sevem ihlow, and the .mcertain voter was won over to reci- irocity and Buchanan. Jlr. Vaiighan has won- for hinraelf a at West Fort William ill! its own weight. 100 Iliad just left it. ALL READY FOR RAYMOND FAIR Raymond, Sept. good Hat of utrles are in for Raymond's second nniml musical festival held in coll- ection with the agricultural exhihi- on. The date has 'been changed rom Wednesday night "of tbla weak Tuesday night in order not to iu- erfor-e with visitors from the south eturning in time to cast ballots on cctiou day. entries are in for the choir, mifalition, Ciirdaton and Ruymond. lie selection .is Mozart's ith mass, Uie winners to receive a ish prise of In the juvenile chorus, Ifi children d by Mrs. EfTie Duke of Haymond Icol- more rot. There are no more loyal will sing "Pilgrim's Chorus" for a in Canada tluin tlioge who ne- Kotlated thia trnat.y. The Anglo- Ic-res Great Britiun moiher of liberty. Give the Marion is the poopJ-a good soverninent and .it wiil kill the nmiexjition germ, K" (here WES any. But. thorc Kin't, Mr. Chair- man; Canada ia loyal and annexation Is totally uuliward of, and far too nonsensical for the consideration of thinking men. Another argument of H. U. Bennet was jBhuttercd, that of Liverpool nil Ing th-a market of thw world. This is true, said the opealrer. Liverpool docs set the market of the world, but lot the price for the ANxerta market, Mr. gennett vs talkiilg foolishness. grading, and a host >f other phases the price of 'heat. Tlie farmer will get hotter jricefi for his produce, both directly nd indirectly, In conclusion h-e showed the fali- cies of the Tory platform on other KSUOS, On tr.'d L'lst of Sept. the alec- orate of Canada will manifest" itself favor of reciprocity and Laurler. heir doom ir, r.-ealed. The landslide ill come and Bordeu will bo under. w your franchise intelligently, omen, and vote for A. Huclmnan nd reciprocity. When Air. Smith resumed his seat i way .appliuidt'd' tor several mom-1 of Xo entries have come in yet for th-3 Indies' chorus to Laurie" to Scof.t-Parks sotting, ibut as do not close till IS o'clock today it is expected that th'sre wil! he u compntition in this dass. In the male M-arars. Am- og, Stone, Vauglian and Or. nnd a Cardston will compete. ThoiM nre no entries yet for the Gleo club to sing two 3t least are expected, and a good Hem will >be made of this number. The njlKe Is Threw entries liarc province wide reputation and it quite Improbiible thnt any one fron the south country would think of en tering into competition with him. N'o one seems to wish to sing comic song, 'but Mayor B. S. Young has entered for the original patriotic poem, and the priM will without doubt fall to .Mr. Yotmg. The inayoi of Raymond is well knbwn for orig- inality and the audience will look with int'aresl for his number. In tha -piano duct for children under four- teen years Ihe little daughters of .1. F. Gordon will compete. W. S. BerryMSa, the famous cornet soloist, of Raymond, will play 'Tho livening and it is thought will be unopposed. Dewey Nilsson is enter-ad for the best instrumental solo, any instru- ment with accompanist, age limit 15 years for a prize of IS. iS7o entries havte yet been received from Magrath, .hut it ia.definitely known that Magmth is to compete, and this morning's squi.li mail will in all probability have the Magrath list. Raymond competes at Magrath on Friday night. Splendid exhibits are b-eing arrang- ed in the main founding at th'3 fair grounds by ,the local merchants. Booths are in course of construction and exhibits will placed by Miea Hill, millinery: O'Brien and Nalder Co., Raymond Mercantll-a Co., King Bros and others. Knight Sugar Co.. of Raymond 'has Iweu unloaded for the Knight acad- emy. The grey team used on the bus of the Card hotel made a wild dash from the Ellison mill on Saturday but were stopped by SLowart Card toafore thsy had done any damage. Mr, Card met them on Broadway, caught the rear step of the bus, .and climbing in lie crawled down pn the j, secured the reiois and 'pull-ed the team up. Crce Tndlans'wltb 40 passed through Raymond on Satur- day In prairie schooners en route to Montana. The' were o( better breeding than those usually found fol- lowing an Indian carnnj, and they created quite, ah interest during their short stay In towi. Pincher Has Railway Sure (Continued 'rom Front The -aducational, .domestic art and rlomesHc science depurtmenls have ftects tins district will not emanate from a bunch of promoters but (torn a rccogiiixcil railway institution that has performed wondcis m hrttcrlng rail'vay. fjicilitics throughout thc en- Allliougli the line1 has Iieen located and.Nts route into town nreM.y well known, no real estate boon: has been created here similar to that nhich characterixed the .infla- uiulergone change to facilitate the lion of (irices at Maclcod after the showing of work, and a good -exhibit intentions of the Canadian Northern w t-o placed im siah-j In the main jpcojilc hat! become known with A good numl.'ar of entries are in for vegeta-bles and grain and prospcd-i ibiis far point to the best, fair Raymond has had. The .splen- did stables of hortos shown at I.eth- bridgo wiM ha exhibited' at Raymond in addilion to many olh'ar local vital- lions, marcs, colts and running stock. The bunch of running borsc-3 import- er! from Kentucky last spring arc In training nnd will -be put on the track io that town. It is generally supposed here (he C.N R.'s movements with sped, to Pinchcr Creek has put projects uf Ihe Alberta Pacific Dominion Pacific completely out of commission that llo. and In for the soprano solo to sinp j Tuesday and Wcdn-saday. Answer." "They are. Mrj. Spieda! Ifr-3 Winona Ursenbach and Miss Dorothy Young, all of Raymond. M.i- grath and Cardston soloists are also exp-ected to compete for this of 55. "Song of n Heart" Ir. thc selection set for alto -soloists, but at the ,tlme of writing no entries are In. ol" the Earth." the tenor will Ire sung iy A. B. Cure of -ardBlon. No other olitriea thus far. Win. Vaiighau, of Raymond, wln- ier of the baritone aolo at Ih-o Ed- iiontoil musical festival of Is Ikoly to be unopposed in tho singing f "Angus tho Imrltoira olo set for tho present competition. Floods are Pennsylvania. Xn clue to the doing great damage in New Westminster A -15-ton car of coal ordered by the bank. robbtrs has gafncd> DYSPEPSIA TABLETS o( I _____T imKiplei needed for the digeition at ;