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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 25, MM 1. TTTE LKTHBKIIWK DAILY HERALD 5 Bake your food with a of Tartar Baking Powder Very Heavy Live Stock Classes at Raymond (Continued from Front A of Tartar Baking Powder Knbe- lilf's last, American the I'oi.'Jiniaii will soon to Kurope, whore hu now bus (-unlraet.s which will cns.'ife'e him until when he proposes -io retire from the aclivn Vork of touring. Ills great, success, financially, well na tkiilly, lins inadvj this possible to him. Wealth has kept pace with fame since tlin day when ho burst ais a boy Into the rank of the world's foremost vio- linists. Others have come, nnd moat of them gone, lik-o- wise. Kubelik remains secure In his hlgb potiillou. because the owner could not produc'3 a pedigrae. Mis instructions from: tlie p-anartment of Agricultiuire, which pays .two-thirds of the priz-3 inpney, arc to the effect, that no" prize any animal in -the pure -bral classes sheep and swine for which a pedi- gree could not be produced. Jhirk Y. Cannon, seen by the Herald, re- porter, atal'cd that last year this rule was decided on by the directors, and in making out tin's year's prize list he Wfi-j careful to insert at the'begin- ning "Registration certificate in re- herd book must be shown DON'T UK.BALI.) NEW STIRLING NEWS New Sept. B. Lan- don, station agent at Stirling, who has Irecn .visiting, in the oust, wns a .Stirling last week. A. Roach, of tlio Union Bank .of Canada, staff is holidaying in Cal- Sary. -Mr. and :llra. Geo. .Loclcie have re- lurnetl -from ..tlio. farm where they have been living during harvesting Mr. and .Mi-is Watson attended the musical festival at Raymond last week. .Mhis Watson was the guest of Dr. and Jirs. Kiollor, and Mr. Wat- son of -Mr. Tait, Presbyterian mission- ary. -Mrs. Herb -Wolfe, who has been s-erionsly ill, is doing as nicely as can bo expected. A combination of circumstances pi-evented- Mr. Tait froni getting to Stirling for service a week ago Sim- NOMINATIONS FOR U.M.W.OFA. OFFICES (Special to the Fcruie, B. C., Sept. n spe- cial meeting called to meet yester- day, hy Gladstone Local Union for Hie of receiving the report of the delegates to the Calgary Trade.1; A Labor convention, the nomination of candidates for tlie various officers to lie elected for Hie next year in District IS, U.M.W. of A., took place. Kaeh local inalies nominations (or these offices and the whole member- ship oi the district vote upon these nominees in December. Those elected lake flic positions to which they have been elected, in January, of next tear. The nominntions made by Gladstone local were as follows ['resident of District 18, Clem Stubbs, now vice-president of flic.dis- trict. Vice-1'resident, .1. E. Smith, now district board member of the district hoard for Ferine district. .Sce.-Treas., A. J. Carier, present Sec.-Treas., renominateil. International board member, now leld by Clins. Garner, of l.ctbhridge, David Rces, of Gladstone Union. Member for the Feraie district, of .lie executive board, ,1. W. Gray. Nothing was done regarding the itrikc situation, that matter rcraaln- ng in as mucli of a deadlock as ever. Dominations in other parts of the listrict arc liable to bring out mple supply of candidates froi vhom to make choice of next year ifficure in that very important labc irganixation. Everybody has got through tellin ow it happened last Thursday, lie Liberals arc preparing to accus om themselves lo the outside of th rib while'-the troubles which alway o witli the power to distribute th MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Miniger. PHONK Walters Stock Company TO-NIGHT CQRIANTON Staged by LUKE COSGRAVE Place, South America. 75 Years B.C. THE KINO OF PLAYS AN AZTEC 'ROMANCE, by ORESTES U. BEAN. "Corlnnton Is no proselyting scheme; It Is a Christian play, teaching a lesson in Christianity which the whole world intent do well to City Star. "After witnessing Corianton one is almost led to exclaim as did Shcba at Solomon's magnificence: 'The half has not been told me.'" Bee. 25c 35c SOc 75c ccd to the-Iiungry, are beginning f, made manifest (Jie Conscrvativ (lay. yesterday -botli big crowd was at the Sunday school and church service. ijiss Glcason; Miss Robertson and Miss Perkins of the Stirling teaching stuff; Miss Watson ami Messrs. Per- kins and Tait, were guests the HrairJe Quean'Hotel on Sunday even- ing. Miss iS'uma lias gone to K'aley lo WELL-KNOWN TRAVELLER DEAD A. Wilson, One of the Best Know; Knights of the Grip in the West Passes Away Brandon, Sept. A. Wilson ie of the best known commercia the Northwest, died yes terday in Brandon hospital after a protracted fight .against typhoid fevei Wilson .had been associated with sev oral firms in Western .Canada, and wa with the Ashdown Hardware Co, Ltd, for the past six years, lie was als< in-business ..for himself as partner in the firm of Wilson and Hen dry, Stornoway, Sask. He made his home at Brandon, where he lived with his wife and children. He was 45 vc old; TRY TO STOP IMMIGRATION Colorado and Wyoming Officials Wil Endeavor to Stem Exodus to Canada Chicago, Sept. .John Shafroth, of Colorado, and James A. Hawley, of Idaho, -and J. M. Carrie, of Wyoming, held a conference with A. B. HnlUt, commissioner general of the National Association of TmmigraUoi Officials, here today, he advisory board of As members of the association, the three estate executives discussed assist her brother on his threshing' Plnns for stopping the emigration to Canada of Western farmers. The or Mr. .Mrs. Ol-en B. Wickersham are now living on the farm of R. C. Marvin, south of Stirling. Mrs. Maunnli and the children ha vi; in o to th f. new f own an d are living in GHnkec's house. The children will go -Jo school. A daughter was born to Jlr. and Mrs. George Lortz on W-edntyday of week. Stirling visitors at Raymond fair last weok were Ray Finlay, Mr. and ganization will spend to ad- vertize the advantages of certain sec- lions of the fj. S. A. for home makin, purposes. rs. Arcli Jeffrey, Mr. Wat- Anyone Mr.y Secure a Splendid Growth of Hair. We have a remedy tliat has a record if growing hair and curing baldness n 03 our of every 100 cases where used iccordiug to directitniB for a reason- iblo length of lime. That may seem ike a strong is, and we noaii it 10 be, and no one should doubt ii. until (hoy have put our claims to an actual test. fire so certain Ilcxnll "M" Hair Tonic will cure dumli.uff, pravttni bald- miss, stimulate the scalp hair roots, stop falling hair and grow new hair, that, wo personally give our posi- tive guarantee to refund every penny paid'us for it in every Instance where it does not give entire satisfaction to thO .11801'. Hair Tonic is as pleas- ant to use as clear spring water. It Is delightfully perfumed, and docs not grease or gum (he Iinir, Two eixes, 50c and 11.00. With our guarantee back of it, you certainly take no risk. Sold only al our Ilexalt IX Hlclnbotiiam Co., Ltd., Allan been ill, fe recov- band discoursed at Stirling station on The boys were waiting son and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rookie. The evangelists who have teen services in the chbrch for he past t'irtnigbt have goiie. The little, daughter of Mr. J-law.ion, who has aring nitwly. Ilayniond brass sweet music Monday Inst. for tho south frain to convey them fo Wiinifir wbxjre they played at 'the fair. A bus from Raymond m'et them at the night .train. The church at the new (own pre- FKirts (juite a trim appearance now. Windowphanie ha-s been put on all the windows, church matting eovwi-3 tlit; doors have boon hung on Iho front, the stove and pipes cleaned and erected, and all the pews moved (o -the east- sifl'o of the building. To i Win. Kisher is due the thanks of the congregation for tliv time he has given to the beautifying of UN; windows; lo Milter and Ufl- gcner, H. M. Witfson, A. Bjorgin, Mr. and Mr.i. (loo. Lockic, Mr. and Miu. Win. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Kin- tey. .Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nichols, who each jirovidcd material for one win- dow, anil to tho I-adlns' Aid Society who arc tuaiionsible for th.c matting. Arrangements are in progress for anniversary RBI'vices to 'be bold on Oct. and on tlio following Mon- day a duck Hiippur nnd concert will tie given. WANT PUBLIC EXECUTION Si. Petersburg, Sept. is being- 'brought to bear upon tho government for a public execution of Hogroff, sentenced to death for murdering Premier Stolypin. In Russia executions usually take place inside the prl-son, but inasmuch as Bogroff is known to have .been a police agent, and is said to have kill- ed the premier ;it the instigation of highly placed officials, the belief ex- ists thai powerful fronds of his will i'rrango for his release, and smuggle him from the country, after a false announcement of the execution, un- less full publicity be given the hnng- ing. WILL GIVE THE STEAMER TO ANYONE-TO TAKE IT Windsor, Out., Sepl. posi- tion of 1hw wrecked ore huien freight- er Joliet, rammed aiul sunk in the Kt. Clair river last Friday morning, such n difficult one that tlio PiU-3- urs Stcamaliip Company lias offer- ed I'o donate her to any one who will iigrce to removo lier from HKI chan- nel at once. If the steamship com- pany's offer is not accepied, the -lol- ic( will be blown up with as she lies. NEW BELL TELEPHONE STOCK IS BEING ISSUED Toronto, Sairt. Uell Telu- pliono Company is issnliif; new stock at par to shareholders of record Septemhcr .10, in the propor- tion of one new share to five shart-3 held. The right to subscribe expires at one o'clock, October 31st, We guarantee to-day's program BIG LAUGHABLE COMEDY HIS WIFF.'S IXSUKANCE put Anti-Fat in. her was so fat. It nearly broke up the family but all ended happily. THE CALL OF THE SONG A sweet story of love and neglect. l SHIFTY'S CLAIM A Western Drama, full of genuine "Western lifa. COMING OCT. 11 ami 12 Cowboy and Indian Frontier Celebration Pictures. BIG SHOW AT THE EUREKA TO-NIGHT FIVE BIG FEATURES Story and the Student's Fer- dicament. Railroad Builder. (Splendid the Picturesque Piireness and Max Engaged. Flag ot His Country. SHOW. "Let good liigeslion wait on and health on both I" They will if you take They correct stomach disorders, assist make life worth living again for the victim of dyspepsia. SOc.abox. If your druggist Jtis not stocked them yet, send us SOc. and we will mail them. 35 N.lwnftl Drue and Chemiol C< of Cuuda. IJmil.J. LOCAL BUDGET funeral took place this after- froni Futtcrly's Undertaking arlors, of airs. Margaret Chiles, of 211 Third Avc., S. The deceased .dy is well and favorably known in ie citr, coming here with her hus- from Scotland about seven cars ago. Slio liad bi'L'ii in good sulth up till about three weeks ago, lica she became, seriously ili and removed to (lie hospital. Her. isbnnd predeccji.sed her by four i CHANGING THE OFFICES IN THE CITV HALL Good progress'is heing made in the alterations to the engineering offices at the city hall. The offices ing .the siilte form- erly occupied by Chief.Hardy will ba brought into use as o ces for the staff. When completed the offices will present, a fine appearance, and will greatly expedite the work of the staff, as they have been greatly ham- pered for somis time past on account of lack of space. Rooms are being fitted np lor Chief Hardy in the por-. Mrs. hill, she Is'survived hy a bro-, lio'i of the fire hall which is being ler in Scotland aa a symnasium for the men. When you do any pftintinf intide or the houw better be sure of iWalU by utinff M-L Pure Ctlori in clMrcr %md bwc mm thin ptinfi. And ttt job with ICM M-L wild BpfciJieaiicr, ind tiletiorwork Limited, M-I. FIAT WALL ihidci j-f( tfce to RECOMMENDED AND SOLD BY LATIMER HART, LETHBRIOGE. ;