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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE liRi'gi^tg^ JAmy HB:ftAlifl Men of Lethbridge ATTENTION The FIRST TEN MEN The first JiW- He has tUc rizUt of veto* which �u' ;,S LOCALS WHAT THE POWER OF READY CASH WILL ACCOMPLISH Wright Bros., who operate five .iewelry �>;oro8 in western Canada, had a lucky buy through their bpy-er at A'ancoiiver, where they purchased a complete lino of travelers sam-plea at C8 cents on the dollar. One third of this stock has arrived for the Lethbridge store and on account of being handicapped for room space, mnnufntures of last fall's orders being shipped earlier than former years. This special sale of high giudo stock will bo put on Saturday, April 12th and at the price goods Will bo Bold at, should find a ready sale. It will bo an opportunity of a lifetime to buy that June wedding present now, as most of the stock Is sterling silver, cut glass, gold goods and diamonds. butchers or shippers to the.se mar- ies of the regulations governing the kets decide that they want to continue their inter-provincial shipments, the council will help them to enforcement of the pure foods act,, and they will be distributed by tho Associate Boards ot Trade. 1 loping horses, which they were riding, down Thirteenth street North, at a terrific rate of speed, endangering the lives of pedestirlnns. They were both lined $5.00 and costs each. TEN MILLIONS ISSUE SETS A RECORD FOR ANY CANADIAN CITY THE PEOPLES' FORUM Provincial 'The lleutpnant-governor m the province luis the same rights there as the governor-general has in the Dominion, and is an exclusively Canadian appointment with a four or five year term: Alberta and Saskatchewan originally formed part of the Hudson's Bay territory, but aft'^r New Settlers J. C. Holroyd and family arrived from Milford. Iowa, yesterday. They are going to their 320 atTO farm, some l.uQsons uay ieriii,oiy, .."u twelve miles from Stirling, which was the Alberta Act in 1005 Alberta and , "�c�'�tly purchaEcd at a cost ot $37.00 sjccVofchPWBii f.htained the riirht to per acre, $100 FOR GEORGE Editor of The Lethbridge Herald: Sir.-Is It true that Gewge M. Hatch wins one hundred dollars, If the tree (now planted on the Square and removed from Mr. Houk's gard-den last spring by our late park superintendent, Mr. Mitchell) lives through this Hummer? ',It It Is true. I think our ex-Mayor will romp home all right with the v/ager, as when j passed tho tree a few days ago, which is supposed to be the oldest in Let.h-brldge, I' noticed thp sap weeping from one of the little twigs, .prbbs.bly broken by some passerby, and which win surely make Oeorge M. put on bis host smile. Yours truly, INTERESTED. Loudon, April 11.-The new city of Regina loan of �553,000 5 per cent at 101 has been underwritten today. The city of Edmonton has succeeded in placing 2,000,000 five per cent debenture at 05. The loan is of a size which it is said was never previously attempted in any Dominion city. Whether tho matter is for congratulation, or otherwise, remains to be 'seen.' It is certain though, that financial circles hero when the news got abiroad will get inclined to gasp at Edmonton's temerity. l^-ln�d Fop Fast Riding In response to a summons served yesterday, Aleck Keronskl and Vernle Morosky appeared in tho City police court this morning on a charge of gal- KNOX S.8. BANQUET The second annual banquet of tho Young 'Men'g Secondary Blblo class of Knox Church, which was hold In tho school room last evening was most successful. Thirty guests enjoyed, and did ample justice to tho good things provided. Mrs, W. H. Morris, Mrs. Earle Roberts and Mrs. H, B. Crow presided In the kitchen, tho viands being served by tho Misses AIrd, Armstrong, Campbell and Sang. Mr. Airtbur Reld was toastmaster, and Roy Conlbenr and Wilfred .Mut-ry. replied to the toastB on "Wireless Telegraphy." and "Class Prophesy." respectively, while Campbell Alrd rendered a fine vloUn solo. A number of telegrams to the boys were responsible for clever Impromptu speeches from George McKll-lop, Percy Morris, .Robert Hang, .lohn White, Gall MoKaln, Harry Morgan, Mr. Kllpatrlok, liev. A.. G. Cameron and Mr. Earle Roberts, the class teacher. Mr. A. J. Irving was present, but was called away before giving his speech, Makes Your Backacbe (uickly Disappear A Few Dotes Relieves all Such Miseries, Bladder Weakness, Kidney Trouble and Rheumatism Promptly Vanish. It is no longer nucessary for any one to suffer with baekaoh-liig, kidney trouble, have disagreeable bladder and urinary disorders to contend with, or be tortured with rheumatism, stiff joints and its heartwrenching pains for the new discovery, Croxone, quickly and surely relieves all such troubles. Croxone Is the most wonderful remedy yet devised for ridding the system of uric acid and driving out all the poisonous impurities which cause such troubles. It Is entirely different from all other remedies. It Is not like anything else ever used for the purpose. It acts on the prln-clplo of cleaning out the poisons and removing the cause. It soaks right la through the walls, membranes and linings, liko water in a sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and makes the kidneys sift out and filter away, all the uric acid and poisons from the blood, and leaves the kidneys and urinary organs clean, strong, healthy and well, it matters not how long you have suffered, how old you are, Or what yoii havo used, the very principle of Croxone Is such, that it is practically Impossible to take it Into the.human system without reHults. There is nothing else ou earth like It. It starts to work the minute you take it and relieves you the first time you use It. U you suffer ^vlth pains In your'buck and sides, or have any signs of kidney, bladder troubles or rheumatism, such as puffy swellings under the eyes or Ip the feet and ankles. It you are nervous, tired and run down, ox bothered with urinary disorders, Croxone will quickly relieve youi ot your misery. You can aeoijre an original package of Oroxon^ at trifling cost from any flrafc class druggist. All drugglBt^ are authorlzefl to persohaily return the purchase price if it fall* in a single case. ;