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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE In Convalescence when It Is such a hard fight to regalij' lost strength and weight, one of the very best aids is found in NA-DRU-CO 'C^..n.. Cod Liver Oil In it you get, in an agreeable and easily assimilated form, all the v/cll-known tonic, strengthening and curative preperties of the best Liver Oil, Malt Extract, Cherry Bark and Norv/egian Cod Hycophosphites. In cases of chronic coughs, colds or bronchitis, nervous debility, after fevers or wasting diseases, or v/hen you are iust "run down", Na-Dru-Co Tasteless Preparation of Cod Liver Oil will restore health and vitality. Get It from your Dr'iggist, in 50c. or $1.00 bottles. 309 VII! National Dnijr and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited. m CANT RND mm FEARS ENTERTAINED THAT SECOND SEALER WITH 170 ABOARD WENT DOWN A Potent Passport tlic World Over Is a Letter of Credit ' St. Johns, N'tlfl., ADril C-Anxiety �ieepeiied toniglit for tlie 173 men on. the sealiue steamer Southern Cross, iwliich has been missing since Tuea-day's blizzard. She was not reported either l)v incoming vessels of the sealing fleet or by the steamer Kyle, sent out by the govenuneiit to-aeareh for Jior. By sunset today, if she is not ih�ur.l fi-om, she -will bo oflicially posted aa lost with all on board. Disaster to lier, following so closely >u)on the loss of 77 men of the seal. �'r Newfoundland, will bring noon the trolony tlio greatest tragedy in its his-tpry, depriving whole aottiements of their breadwinners, and rendering one thousand women and children de-j)eindont upon charity. As the public Jearnod today from tho Newfoundland's survivors, wJio 'were landed yeaterday, tlie details of the two-day ll)llzzard, and the condition in which It came upon tlie .Southern Cross, first hopes, based on the stoutness of issued by the Union Bank of Canada. It doe.^ more than supply ready money at your need, wherever you may be. It gives you a standing with a representative financial house in every city-a place to v/hich you may have your mail addressed-and the ready source of many a convenience and Item of information conducive to your pleasure and profit. GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Manager RECLANIftllON SERVICE THE MAIN POINT OF SUPPLY WILL BE CARDSTON AS FORMERLY Cardston, April ii.--Wtiri; oji the (�lantntion service iniois thi' linn at l!aj) is bcjLiiiiiinv i i lit i iivtoi' l!il-(� n, who uiiliiaii'Hl .i line stivini sliuv-. rl at (.'ardstnn diainfi thu winter, is ' a,'rcail) at v.orlc llir (lalhrailh randi. IJuclianaji, v\w luis a lareir (Ontract and ninsl di i! suhlcl. is wr.rliiui; irnin is.cnii(:,!y ('lpcU (jack to tlio ot. :\iary's Lal;i'. � Iutp the lai:(i,e (lam is 1o be consinictPil. 'I'lip t'a-7,icr (Jonstrucliiin (onipanv of t'arils-ton lias tlie piece i.f work next to Hilton. an:l will liiviiii operations next wcca. Mr. .\. ('ii'.icr has been liver on the ground inakiiig preliminary arrangfrnculs. It is statoil that worinuen from tlii.' si'lc of the lino are to l;c (liscriniiiiatcii ajiaiiist bv the customs autiiorj I irj It will he necessary this yea" ii.i those, goins across with team.s to take out citi^ /ens papcr.s for the i'nitfd States. .Vo more Work has been done on the road from Urowniiii; to llabb. Hrown-�in-; is the n?atcst-poitil on flic Great ! Northern raihvay. M v.i!!, therefore, i he necessary to liaul freight from i (.'anlst..-II as the opiTatin?, outfits dirt | ' last year. It is understood tli.it wood is bein-.; burned for engine fuel on the dredae^, shovels ami (lra|!;K. Not so much coal will bs snipped tlirougli as lormerly. Workmen liavc been busy all winter setting out a supply of : Wo'-Jd for the sumnier. the ship faded. Captain Daniel Martin, of the sftoler Eric, and Captain William Hartlett, of the Terra Nova, which arrived with full �catches, were dubious regarding the safety of the missing shiii. Neitlier had seen her within a week. Latt Seen a Weel'���^''^^^t;'''V,''''"'" T, treasurer to succeed iL Hutt, who has i ^1 �P"""^r,r t- This was the description given the jury in whose h;inris rests the fate of Jack Krafchenko by .J. D. Suf- been committed for trial on a charge of misappropriation of �3000 of the city's funds. Mitchell's salary will be $1600 a year. He has hitherto been employed as clerk at the city haH. " Erery spare minute used to bfc taken up with the darning basket before I bought my boys Buster Brown stockings and the girls Buster Brown's Sister's stockings. They are the nicest looking stockings they have ever worn, and they have certainly saved money for me." Girls, Too- Batter Brown'j Siitar's Stockinr far thg girls !> a tploaded laukiac stockintc at a moderate price, A two-thraad Encllth m�rctrlied Ucle stockinK. that II ahaped to fit and wear* very wall indeed. Colors-Black, Leather Shade Tan, Pink, Blue and White. Buster Brown ttockingt for boys are made in Black and Leather Shade Tan, of the best Ion� fibre cotton specially twisted and tested for durability, with double leg and three-ply heel and toe. clie Your dealer can supply you. HitmtUon - Ontario tUtmXlFil MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONTARIO . Alto makara of the celebrataa "Little Darling" and "Little Daiiy " Hotieiy for InfuiU and Children gan his last-..appeal fur lilwrty for , his client. i Mr. SufTield, who spoke for several hours, pointed out. various alleged discrepancies in Dyck's.stories us told j on riilTcrcnt occasions, and emphasized I its alleged impossibilities and ahsurd-; ities. lie spoke of "the stupid yarn" ! of Dyck's, to the eftect that Kraf-j chenko met him,in a idark lane a i night before tiic robbery and insisted upon him making an automobile trip tho next day. "Dyck,".he said, "never was held up, as he says. It was just a part of a huge plot to try and fasten upon the accused a crime which he nevcx committed. HAS NO CINCH HAS BEEN COMPELLED TO GIVE UP JOB OF FORMING A CABINET Tokio, April 7.-The .Japanese Km-piro has been thrown into a condi-k'.oh oi utter political confusion by the inability of Viscount Keigo Kiy-oura to form a cabinet to replace that under the Premiership of Comit �^'amamoto. 'I'lie Viscount today in-formwi the Kmperol' that he bad been compelled to give up the task entrusted to him. All tlie political groups, aS well as the navy, have virtually gone on strike. The various progressive factions declare that the constitution is not being properly ob-servesl, while the navy demands im-lupdiate ad\aiices of money for warship construction and the appointment of a sailor as minister of marine. The elder statesmen, whom the newspapers call .i "still surviving ren'.nant of old Japan," were again .sumnunc'd to tiie Imperial Palace to confer with the Emperor today. MUST PAY UP LICENSES LICENSE INSPECTOR DRAGS NUMBER OF DELINQUENTS BEFORE MAGISTRATE "I Wish I Had Beautiful Teeth Like Yours!" *'You Can Have! Stop Wishing and Start Chewing the Glean-Pum -Healthhil WRIGLEYSn. It's a mighty pleasant way to keep your teeth white and strong-to give you an appetite for food -then to help digest it. I think the refreshing juice of the mint leaves is the finest confection known. No wonder they call it *The Goody That's Good For You.'" BUY IT BY THE BOX of twenty packages. It costs less-of any dealer-and stays fresh until used. Chew it after every meal Made in Canada Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. 7 Scott St., Toronto, Oat. AN AD. CLUB WILL LIKELY BE FORMED IN LETHBRIDGE WITHIN A FEW WEEKS Sometime about the last week in April Lethbridge will have its first experience with ll'.c Atl t'lub Idea., Ad Clubs are now a general thing in the larger cities oi Canada. They were inspired by the great things that advertising has accomplished in the past few years. The advertising men throns'hout the North American Butchers, bakers and auctioneers, numbering in all about twelve men, responded 1o summonses this morning to appear in police court to answer as to why they had not pai.at DruggUt* Baser k Black, CUcif a and N*w YmIi Maln� of Pbyiiciant-SiWpUu 36 D+$45+A ;