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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 8. 1011. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IS A VALUABLE SPRING TOXIC The dnily use of ISOV1UL prevents the lassitude so often felt in the Spring. BOVKIL is concentrated prime beef. DANGER Montreal Fire Chief Made Some Very Startling Discoveries LOAN DUTCH MONEY IN WEST "Had a slight cold hit tf ill not think BqtMng of It" This tPlls the srory of the beginn- ing of 'sorrow in mutiy a homo. The slight cold is the insidious cold that [Cets a permanent iiold on weak lungs. Fifiht. the first symptoms ot" a cold with Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil The cold will yield instantly and its train of evils be averted. With the Syrup when headache and pain are present use also JMaihieu's Nervine Powders remove the pain with magic quickness. Mathieu's Syrup, (large bottle) .35c Mathieu's Nervine Powders .....25c (18 in box) J, L. Mathieu Co. Props. DHERBROOKE, P.O. Large bolik 35 cents. Distributors for Western Canada F'OLEY BROS. LARSON COY. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver and Saskatoon. sure order Will Invest a Million Dol- lars in Farm Lands A NEW COMPANY Organized by Capitalists- Head'Off ice at Winnipeg Montreal, April first, report following tin: insulations of the fire department regarding lire escapes will be substituted to the board of control tomorrow morning by Chid Tremhlay. Tliis inspection is un- eariliing many startling existing con- ditions. In one case in which the factory was not equipped es- capes, tlie inspecting olficial was iiiJurmed tliat a canvas chute was kept in readiness. When tried it I proved to liavt: an iron rim that fits i inside I lie window pinch smaller than 1 the opening oi the window. H this defect, hail not been discovered before a life occurred it would have meant, the df-atli oi many girls and men em- in the factory. Furthermore, London, April Por- ihe same spool did not come within j tune, managing director of the Neth- twenty feet of the ground, anyone J crlands Transatlantic Mortgage i going through the ehute-from the js sailing tor Canada to Issue Joaus fourth story would simply fall Uui i Ou farm mortgages in Manitoba, Al- whole distance. Another place of busi berla and Saskatchewan. This corn1- ness was found to be equipped vith j pany is re-organized from the form- an iron fire escape, but a stenograph- erly proposed Netherlands Mortgage er not over twenty feet from the j Co. that has been a subject of inquiry window iron which the fire escape led the Canadian parliament, incident j was unable to say where it was. She to information from Canada that de- t had heard that there was one, how- !ever. I Windows not used all winter were new company does not contain all the found to lie so secure in some places i financiers interested in the original j that in the event of a fire all in the i Netherland Mortgage and Loan Co., building could be sullocaled by smoke .Judge Loimian, oi the Hague, being I before they could be opened. When an among those whose confidence is not j 'inspection of one such establishment yet re-established. The Canadian As-j 'was rrr.ide if took inn minutes before i sociaied Press learns that the Xeth- !a barred window leading to an escape could be forced up. A factory where [sixty girls are employed, was dis- munication with tiit- four upper floors I covered with no other means of com- I thnn a very narrow wooden stair- I wav. wm your stroyed Confidence in that financial enterprise several months ago. The A tf erlanris Trans-Atlantic Mortgage Co. has been organized through the ci- I forts of the Canadian government representative in Amsterdam. With j the support 01 two of the strongest banks in Holland the company have You will enjoy the delicate rich- ness of its flavor. You will be de- lighted with the smooth, luscious tsste of this purest of beverages. And, prob- ebly, you -will never go back-to tea or coffee at breakfast once you learn how plecsing this super- fine Cocoa retily is. Nothing Will Do But Miners Will (Continued from Front Page.) .places. ru-[ (when, it has happened, it is marked Jwith a great deal of seriousness on tlie part of the men. As for any mors of violence, they arc the wild Imaginings of a disordered there's absolutely nothing to it." While in North Leihbridge, the At Coleman every miner and Herald man dropped into several of Not Break Away SHELDON BACK IN MONTREAL made arrangements to invest a mil- lion dollars or more annually in farm imdttgage loans. The Canadian head offices of the company will be at Win- j nipeg and import branches will le j opened at the principal centres in the west. mechanic is out, even ihe firemen, en-j the business places, and was every.i morninS- sho! gineers, and pumpmen. In fact, the i where told that business was more charSe of mechanics are out at nearly every point, except Lech-bridge. It is not intention to call the engineers or That is not our give the proper pumpmen out here, policy. aim to quiet than it had over been. more A. Jolixi- protection to property. However, the he Of ihe opinion carpenters and blacksmiths mav be stou. of. J. A. Johnston, said that while the men themselves wore wait- ins till next, week before taking any definite action, they all seemed to called OIK. but not just ar present." about the rumors nnd tele- graphic despatches sent out from Fcr- that the strike would bfj of long duration, and miiny Montreal. April D. Sheldon is hack in Montreal. He arrived on the New York Central train this shortly after ten o'clock in hief K. I1. McCaskill. De- tective .Johns, ot the Pittsburg Je- lective force, made a- quick connec- tion at Buffalo and engaged a special parlor car, so that no special atten- tion would he drawn to them. Shel- don showed no mark of the prisoner. He simply made one of the party. NOVA SCOTIA COAL STRIKE nie to ihe effect that some of the mln-lyoung Scotchmen from the Pass, ere wore getting uneasy and Wcnt the citv on TInirs out the whole journey. Once during a ened to brenk away from the union so day nighl en for Scotland, that they could go hack to Situation at Fernie "There is not an iota of truth int. pernje 7__Today lias been Inis Irienl5s Montreal come them. They nre mis-statements. Ev-j one ol- in'iHbor circles. No news' forward and stand as bail for him. cry member o ithe UP.ion is solid to a of consequence has been given out by man, and rhe bare mention of a side, and what is going about Failing Conference With Operators-Walk-Out to rpgar-Iing his impending trial and j TakePlace On May 1 5 were preparing to leave the city 10 showed no apparent concern pay a visit, in tbeir old homes in Eng- land arid Scotland. Thirty or forty his chccrfulncss through- conversation upon the court proce- dure he said he wondered if any of would is never made. The- International 1 is in the nauire of surmise or shrewd Board is backing the men in this fight Jo the moral! The statement that the At the- station, short notice of in spite 01 his arrival. the there he very limit, both flnnnciallv andi government bus been approached with .addition and the men, knowing that. Jl ;ievv..of Ttaking 8te.p" is likely under tne Lomieux Act, can not be content to await, developments corroborated. In this con- without forcing thinss on their OUT, nectioii "it "is said that the suppoYed behalf." Ready for Long Fight "When Mr. was asked how Jong he thought the strike would last he said he could make no definite statement. "There Is a different and saner feel- step has been taken by a non-union man. The whole district is reported to no trouble from any quarter being reported. President Powell is fit "Frank anct the district board has adjourned to meet some time next week. were a couple of spectators, in addition to thr station liabilities. It that Sheldon will be ar- todny and the case go over till Monday or Tuesday. Sheldon appeared Jbefore Judge naz- in this morning, pleaded not. guilty. and wns rcinnnried eight days. Bail refused. Times It will he learned Secretary Carter went to HosmerM with regret that Dr. OT. Anrier- ?ng-among th-men in this strike than j where he met the miners at a fully snn OT1 WrdncscJav for his hoine- liiar. which characterized our big strike 'attended meeting and the subject of' 4, four years ago. The men 'knew it the employment of union men at con-lSlpad in 1hc Krr strnction work in thai mine, and and vicinity coming, and everything was done to prevent it that could be done. Xow, Nervous Prostration Makes You Weak, Helpless and Miserable Wherever 'here are sickly people who arc trcuyed with ilcrivnge.l nerves they that Milbnrn's lle.irt and Nerve j TT' -r Pills will restore the equilibrium of Iheye ViOICIlCC iS deranged centres, and bring back the Ilalifi'.x, X. S.. meeting of the officers of the United ers for the Nova Scotia district has been called for Halifax on April 15th, and an inviJaiion to attend it has been sent to the coal operators to put in an appearance. The wage schedule and other mat- ters vrill be brought up if the coa! operators put in an appearance, which ii is not expected they will do. Failing ibis conference it is said in Springhill. where President Watkins is in charge, that the U.M.W. will seek to have a general provincial strike declared ou May IS, but it is not considered likely that they will be able TO' bring this about. Campaign of Education A son is arr to be sent from Spring- lull to Cape Hreron to carry on campaign of education in favor it Send her a box of these Easier Stop in on your way home to- day and order them sent. She will appreciate them as much as the flowers of sending her. J o jlridc Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited, 123 Bannatyne Aye. East, Wiaaipe JAP WEDS A WHITE GIRL MINE WORKERS SCORE OFFICERS denounced Feehan's detractors today Vice-PreBident Lewis and Others as a "bunch of bums." Rc'jtary Duncan, of the same union, ar- fcrred to at Union Meetlns as tho international organizers "Bunch of Bums." the united Mine Workers of Amer- Pa., April alleging they were "international L. Lewis, retiring international He charged that these Mok. of the rnitecl Mine Workers of mcn spcnt mog. Q, tbdr tlffie loafl n-.t.h[ America, and the international fields instead golnf- such a striko. Two poiicemen who Last evening at 7.30 o'clock Oshiro and Miss Annie Royss, of Loth bridge, were married it Atigusiin's rectory the Rev. .1. K. i prominent miners' officials in ad-! O'j j Murrell-Wrighr. The br: if TV: >m if. a jdresses before the convention; restaurant owner in the M'IV and iof district Xo. (Pittsburgh Recently. iganlzers of tho union, were scored non-union districts and organ.- arrested for alleged on company police- men whilo in the discharge of their wpre urraiRned yesterday before been here fr.r some '.ime. lias been a resuienr. of the about, 5 years, liriug f-t is pf German e.vfcnicti'Hi. W-.v price be paid were discussed. twill wish him success in his new ._ n i. i served till next week, the policemen been working in Oshuo s restaurant; for the past eighteen nronths. Thfi happy cnupd; will leave short-1 ly for the Sand oi i.he where they may take up their rosi- dence. This is the first case in the history of n city, where a j has been wedded to a white girl. 1'hc firl cJeposod Feancis Fcshan as' Millbrook may be a.sked to vote a i president, of the district No. which iranchise to the Central On- jaction has been disrejinnled. J. rlJtario 1.. p.nd I'. Co.. which has Uk- 'Walker, preKident of district 12, en over t'ne local plant. mr The dictrict board are advising all i turc men of the union to Insist upon the i___ payment of whatever raise in wages j may be agreed upon, from the first of April. Munager Ashworth has stated i lint s.uch an arrangement will be agrcenfole to ihe members of the ns-i socintion. This makes it impossible! thai any trouble will arise from this I source to Intorfero with the consider-1 ation of the Inrger subject when tho j parties again come together. Managor Wilson was expected today bur did not make an appearance. He arrive in .1 day or two when new developments may be expected. shattered nervous system to a perfect condition. They do this by their restorative influence on every orcnn and tissue of the body, and their cura- tive power manifests itself immediately Mrs. G. Wnrrl. Ont., "I take pleasure in sending you Frowned Upon (Continued from Front Page.) for company mcn nnd for contract miners p.srfipf TT.CTI on "pillar shimp wort." In nil developed mlnrs like the Gall mir.e, No. 3, the maorlty of the RIM GREEH. Jf, DCSORONTO. OUT. Wood's Pine Syrup Is Cough Sjrup in the meantime being allowed out on bail. Counsel for rhe who de- fended ihom. raised a point that Sti- pendiary Hunter had no jurisdiction, because the town was now under the provincial police, headed missioner Thompeon. by Cotn- LOCAL BUDGET Leader's supper in the Y.M.C.A. tonight six o'clock. ___ j I.cvi I-r.vrkcr. of Mr.grarh, is in the jcity today. She Wocxi's Norway t The death of Colonel Matthew Mar- Pine Syr.ip is the best cough syrup I cvei I tjn late of Chatham. Ontario, occur- uscd. My baby had :x very cold. I Ur.d, at High Hivor, af- TORONTO'S OFFER TURNED DOWN Dr.'s medicine but that didn't Eecm to help the awful cough sbo bad until I cot a bottle of this grat syrup. accompanied hy his wife. I have it in the house ixt the present par, camn to time for the children nnd I think I Toronto. April Toronto -.Eeriac; illr.OEs which he con-jtric Company will not pass into i last (Vtnhor. The couldn't jrct if i didn't have I wish to thank you for ?H th and liquid asset? for distribution to the shnrohnldors and rhfit of the syudioaie to take ovor the stork and pny Lnneriil, of HatniHon rfcominr-tids a Children's at dealers. Thos. was srntr crd MannfftCtured only by The T, tr> tbrro for sipaling Co., Limited, Toroulo, Ont. A watch from A drunken man. Frank Nachition, a Finn, wanted at. Port Arttnir. murder, been arrested at Montpelicr, USE Boiduan's Poison Grain The approved Gopher Poison of Western Canada and the ONLY, Poison good enough to be sold on a Free Sample Offer This Poison cannot be washed out by rain, dews or damp ground for it is "set" in the grain hy a Patented Process. Canadian Patent No. 123229. Coll and grt a sampie of Boiduan's Poison Grain and Prove for Yourself that it is the hest, cheapest and only Poison to use. FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY Co. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ;