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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID.GE. DAIBiY HiSRALD Monday, April 14, 1913 You Kiiow Us m We are In business right here where you live. You are an ficqualntance, nelghbar or a friend of ours.. This money>back' it*not>satisfied offer should prove the sincerity of our claims. P 1 When Tfe say wo believe wo have the best iasative and back up our statement with our unqualified promise to return without qur.-ation or formality,the money paid us tor it, if it doeS' not piovo entirely sati�> factory to you, we believe we are en. titled to your confidence. Oui business success and prestige depend upon jrour confidence in us. We know we must secure and hold your confidence in order to get and ^eep your patronage. Therefore, we would not dare moke this offei' if wo �wore not positively certain that wa can prove our claims for Our experience with them and the many reports we havo received from those who have used them prove that they are really the most pleasing and satisfactory bowel remedy wo' know of. Rexall Orderlies taste like cand}'. They are soothing and easy in acU'on. They don't cause griping, nausea, purging or excessive looseness, as do the usual physic or Uxative. Rexall Orderlies sebm to act as a ionic-irengthener upon the nerves and muscles of the bowds. They prompt- ly relieve constipation. They act to overoome the cauM of constipation. They tend to eliminate the cause of sick headache, biliousness, bad breath. ncrN'ousness and other ills attendant upoa inactive bowels. Make Us Prove This We want you to come to our store and get a package of Rexall Orderlies. Use a few or use up the ejitire box. Then, if you are not entirely tat'^^i come back and tell us and we will promptly return the money you paid us for them. You promise notliing - you n'go nothing - you obligate yourself to us in no way whatever. We accept your mere wortl. Don't you now believe that Rexall Orderlies oro worthy of. a trial? Could any offer be more fair? Try Them at Our Risk We particularly recommend RexoU Orderlies for children, aged persons and for delicate t>eople. Rexall Orderlies come in vest-pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, lOo; 36 tablets, 25c; 80 tablets, fiOo. XTsual'dose one tablet. CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Hexall Orderlies are not sold by all dw*-dsts. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at the Rexall Stores. You can buy Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our store: J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 81 CO. The gb�agfc Store Lethbridgtt Alberta ' There is a ReMll Store in n��rly ever}- town and city lo the Pmled Ststss, Osnada and Great Britain. There is a diflerent Hexall Bamedy for nearly wciy ordinary httmon ill- Mb espedalbr designed for the particular ill for which it is reeonunended. Tbn Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores AUSTRIA IS HARD By .TRADe FALLS OFF-MONEY IS .4 SCARCE AND BUSINESS SUF-. FEBS SEVERELY Vianxia, Aprfl 14.-r-Austria has been #^i|?ar In south-eastern ^:s.:3^urope;: than any other country not g:y.paptu^^ in  the conflict. \;;^\irttrifln trade has been in a precar-'lous condition since last October; ^-.^��jaoney lias ^been tight and interest "jji-rates .far aibove the normal, and the '.M^ yet in sight, although it is .=?|Cconadetttlif hoped that a cessation,: of g� ; i rft'^^ 'Hi Vienna the storekeepers are loud their complaints., There has .be& j,,;:^^,^o-'demaiid for" articles at luxury. The i^,"':iwQhristmas season-was dull, and the |:!wj^!*carnlval fleaSORA.r-waa duller. � Tourist i^',i^^ to actual ne-IJiiessUIes. Sonje of the Vlannese ^^4f|*^t'riB4iaiis,isWilch amounts to nearly P"-. ''^20,000,000 a year. Manufacturers �es-I'AV. ifiimate that they will lose at least a --Ji'that; aVconsiderable ar,'fhe;irpn and steel j�|j4.,"r'^des are ;flourl6hing. Ti^o 'Balkan I'vT, '/Smfos hOTe"botight consid?Tablo quan tMiesbutr',the9e'ai-e-the exceptions. m:-,'-^:^^j'thp,stDOBt part .;tho big indus-'P' I are-'in very-poor condition. Edmonton, April 13.-Peter Mc-Oardell, better known throughout the western states and provinces at "Post Hole Pete," has decided -to abandon the -exciting life at the head of steel 'on railroad construction work and settle down as a chicken grower near Eduioiiwu. He has acquired a plot of ground and will erect a shack and the necessary outbuildings at once. His experiment-al stock will consist of; two or three yiens of standard-brsd foWl from feverj' state, province and lerritoiT on the North American continent, the idea helng^ to ascertain V7hloh produces the most pvofltable fowl for commercial purposes. He plans to open an account for a year witjh every pen of fowl and then submit .his d|ta to the department -of agricultiire'^'of the United Staties anct Canada for the ibeneflt of farmers. ' UcCardell T^ceivsd his nick name in a peculiar manner 30 years ago,: "while working for a Tancher in northwestern Montana. His task-was to dig post, holes. One day his employ-er^/Was called to Helena on business, which he supposed would occupy two or three days, and his final instructions to the laborer � were: "Keep digging till J return. I'll be back before you finish.". - Peter carried out the orders. He wore out ,several spades in digging sutCicient holes to fence the rancher's holdings and continusd northward until past the International boundary. Warm words were exchanged when Kla loog-delayed employer -returned, but the worlctnan collected his wages in full, having^ proved hy fellow labor-ei'S that he was told, to "keep digging.''. ALBERTA COMPANY HAVE 840 ACRES COAL LANDS ON LINE OF G-t.P. Edmonton, April 13.-Wabamun Power and Coal company, organized under the laws of the province of Alberta with a capital stock of J&OO.OOO, will begin work at once to develop by drift mining 610 acres of ground -IB miles west of Edmonton and within a li�lf mile of the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway. Twenty-fire thousand dollars has been set aside for exploration work. These officers have been elected to direct the affairs of the company, with headquarters at TOO Tegler building: President, Arthur Davis, former mayor of Strathcona and director of the Alberta-Saskatchewan Life Insurance company Ltd. Vice president, T. M. Grlndtoy, vice-president Gorman, Clancey and Grind ley. Seoretary-treasurer.'Dr. C. Dunn, mine owner and operator and presU dent of the Alberta Real Estate Syndicate, Ltd. General manager, H. B. Coll, mining engineer. Directors, J. H. Gariepy, capitalist and director of the Edmonton Portland Cement company, Ltd., and the Hardstone Brick company; E. W. Day, president British Trusts, Ltd, Alberta Central Lands Corporation, Ltdj, and Avestein Gold Dredging company, Ltd.; George HarcouVti' deputy minister of agriculture for "Alberta; S. Williamson, director Western , Clays, Ltd., and J. W. Bell," broker. Dr. Dunn announces that a' cutting machine will be installed-, in a short time, also full equipment for a byproducts plant. The present program is to put out 300 tons tof coal daily by September 1. and 300 tons: dally at the close of the year. The engineer's report shows a 12-Ioot seam of coal without clay, bone or shale. The roof of the mine is sandstone. The average of andlyses made by aioGlll Uni-ve-fslty, Montreal; Milton-Hersey stnd the Dominion Coaland Steel company give the following: Fixed caKbon, 48; vol.,Comb.,,^6; moisture, 10; nsh,/6;' B. T. U., 11,000.  The company's plans include the erection' of a large power plant at the mouth of the mine with transmls-i slon lines to Edmonton, Wabamun and several other points and negotiations i are under way to sell surplus power required iby the.municipality at a low rate. ;  "Wc have a crew of men on itjjio ground^ prepairatory to beginning actual development work," said Dr. Dunn "and as we have sufficient funds on hand'there sirould- be no 'delay in putting the mine in 'the list of shippers within five months. By drift mining we can make a saving of fully 15 per cent, over a shaft proposition. Moreover, we wIU never have any trouble with water." j A Successful Farmer G. HioMoreland/ who has been one o^� the successful. farmers \of the south, severed his connection with his partner, J. G, Welch of O^tford, ;Ohio, Mr.: Moreland has operated a dffrge farmat New. Dayton for some ^tearsV and' h-as ' built up the finest farm iiome In the south, with nothing hut imw-prairie to start tfn, thereby tUVldenclng his ability as a farmer and pioneer. He came from the Hoosler State and has made a splendid Can-adlau'^^dtizen, and although - disengaged,, for'-the tlmefbelng, he has not lost 'ijTavfaith-.in Southern Alberta, .and j'H^t^ds'itb locate again as soon as the ciroumstanceB warrant. Mr. Moreland is an ardent advocate of the future of'Lethbrldgc, which he claims to be tSe- finest city in the entire northwest. * - SPOKE AI WAS MOST ENTIHUSIASTIC MEET-ING HE HAD ADDRESSED IN WHOLE .CAMPAIGN . . Prof. A. Ci Covington of the faculty of science at Queen's has res'lgned. He la leaving for Nashville, Tenn., to go Into business. CANADIAN BANK m COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED ^pgY: DEPOSIT BOXES. iell)^,9syMox:tgages� Insurance Policies Jtiekmaliiablea in one of tlbese boxes -- " *�^-r-- - 'A G. K. Nottrse. Ign Cowley, April 11.-A Conservative rally was held in i the: Opera house last\night. Rev. Hillocks, ol -Calgary,, and A. C. Kemmis, of Pincher Creak, were the pfrinct^al speakers-G. F- SDyder had the honor of the chair. After introducing- the two men he called on ICemmi's." As a' very strcnc language speaker, he/ is wi'.f known, and his speech last night wris'ty nri meafto belo�f his - usual st-.ndaKi. After calling SiIton> and, his followers everything he could lay hts tongue on, and asking the electors t. vote for his brother,John, Ii'v made way for the reverend gentleman from Calgary. Mr. Hellocks was vcy impres.sive and a stranger  to the political situation in the province, and 07ie would most certainly have thought that the Sifton squad was the biggest bunch of thieves and liars that were ever in charge of  a province's administration. Southern Alberta is to be swamped with Land Titles offices, railways,, trunk roads, Bennett elevators, and other beneficial industries too numerous to mention. That is with Mlcjicner at the head of affairs. One individual in the audience, a Conservativp, very often spoke his appreciation of the speaker's debate. In winding up .the talk, Mr. HeHocits said this was the roost enthuoias^:ic meeting he had held during the campaign.. This talkative individual made a bad break wHeu he shouted,:. � ^'I pity th? other mept-ings." The meeting closed with > the usual cheers, � � , > Hachig Moiiorian, : un . Armenian; w-as, whirled m the shftftlng of a St. Catharines factory and .terribly injured. . ,.-:>,^"-, r4i -imh Going Out of Business Store will be closed Monday April 14th Sale Commencing 9 o'clock TUESDAY AprUlSth Everything Must be sold in 10 days 'W. J. Ai'Distroiig, Jeweller, is vacat-iiig' bis present stand and must sell his entire stock at cost or below ACTUAL COST, nothing- reserved. You will have an opportunity of saving 60% on prospective wedding presents. This is the only sale we have ever held and our reputation guarantees that it will he a genuine one. Fixtures will also be sold. , Nothing Reserved. All prices at cost or below Actual Cost 10 Days Only 10 Days Sale ir^g Tuesday 15th You Will Save 50% By Buying Here During This Sale , Remember Only IQDays md all ' krocK and CASES Must be SOLD GILLETTE SAPETY RAZORS, Sold thm (ijO '7C world over at $5.00, for ....... tP�3  fO DEPOSIT WARE, SUGAR AND CREAMS; Ark H/^ Inlaid with-sterling silver; worth $4.25 Oll for per pair............................. A BEAUTIFUL^CABINET OF STERLING |J�'>Tr* SILVER, newest patern. Regular value Ml X. $110.00 for ............ ............ ' V  ALARM CLOCKS- AXL Regular $1.00, for..................... .TtOC; SINGLE STONE DIAMONDS- (t*OOY^ Regular value $4Ga00, for............. ; tp^Ow SOLITAIRE DIAMOND, PERFECT STEEL /K 4 ^fl liM . BLUE- Ihl In Regular value $165.00 for.............. *r * * V GENT'S BRILLIANT DIAMOND - (I^ t Regular value $260.00, for ........ �[) 1 OV/ SOLITAmE' DIAMOND- - � " ^d�'y|'/\ Worth $60.00 for.................. tpTTV/ SOLITAIRE DIAMOND- In 20-Year G. F. Case, regular value $18, P * |/\ In gold filled case, sold under contract /or ?(50.00; Sale price...... ........ .*r^V At 9 o'clock Sharp The world known famous Big Ben Alarm Clocks^ Sold everywhere at $3, for $2.25 [' "As we have only a limited supply of these clocks, the sale of them will last only one hour> : ONLY ONE CLOCK SOLCi TO EACH CUSTOMER. $1,.00 INGERSOU 7K*� WATCHES FOR I VdUST GOGGLES, 36c � Am Sale price, each ...I "C Don't Miss these Snaps Keep tli^ date of this sale in mind. Be sure and come early and get the, best selection. The finest selection of Cut Glass, Silver Plate and Sterling Ware in the city cut in half. Third Ave. South Eememher our entire $20,000 stock must go, and as Ave are conducting the .sale ourselves, we .can :s!ave/ "'yc^^^^^^^^^^ cost of Auction Sales Company's:''per-centage . .  , 9 o'clock Tuesday April the 15th w. J. Jeweller BIG REAL SPECIAL .MONTREAL TRAIN / jGlViPED TRACK-SEVEN; DEAD '5AND MANY INJURED^ ''. . Montreal, April lair-^Seven",persona arc dead and fifteea Jiijuted; a6' the result of' a dcrailinfnt''vo| 'an'^excurr sion train this aiteVhooji'. pii. , the Montreal-Chambly; vttjcihoh.tk of.j. the Central Vermont railwayj';alj})iitj',four and a half: miles out 'of'SB: lwho had' taVen advantage.of the frda�;ttip given.' by the .-Central. Limited}%'tfsil;''CstatB ? itir tuMojta to nroanefttive'rtiirohasew � of .....' ' r'l .......... the lots at Albany .subdivision, ^vas returning to Monti;pal at a speed ot between 20 and .30 milcH an hour, when from some, as yet, unknov/n cause the .engine and tiic three first coaches left the traclc a few hundred yards the other side of the Sunlight City subdivision, near East Greenfield station. The engine was running tender first when the derailment occurred, the tender jumping to the right of the track, turning bottom up,;whilo the engine went to the left, fallingon its side. The engineer and firemali' were boUi thrown out of the cab, the fireman receiving injuries from which he died soon afterward, whtle the engineer escaped with some painful bruises. The three coaches wjiich wci'e derailed- remained upright on their. tracks, but ths telescoping of-their ends, caused nicst of the fa-: t^Utiesy The first coacli rested across j.tbe.: traiok ijjcarly at right angles, its 'front; end being superimposed, upon the overturned engine, The secdnd coach stood in an oblique angle across the track, its secondr truck .jammed into tlic rcnr: of the forward [coach, while the third' coach to - the ; left'* of and parallel ot the track; was wedged into'.the side of the second. ,car rtndr its rear-end. ] The ;passcngers of the � first and ' second./cars ^uflered, most severely. Ail of ;.the deaths except tliat of-the , fireman^ and-most of the. .injuries oc-currcd.'in these t,wo ' cars. As the . train r-was. crowded ".to ./its' full capac-i ity raany.'jassshgc;:!; .were- standing: ,on the platfofms, -and it was^ among i their; numbers that tthq.victims were' : found. .:'a'he/escaping' steam 'from the boiler ql the locomotive,' filled the: derailed" coaches with'.blinding steam-,and added to-the llprror'.aud confus-! sion - of: thc';s�rvivin^ passangers, anii .impeded thpm in-thqireflgrts to escape,. s,�!ald}ng some ;pa\nfull5'. The I occupati^Cs of tl^e ' ^oUr * rear � car&', j which reniairicd on tif^; rails, mSde jthqir .way-:OUt and-a-.huniber of theni hastened�tcr: extricftie 'the dead and injured '.fr.om the SrreckaL'e. ' jLOOKS ,LlkB SUICIDE 6�ven Persona, Al'ta., April 11.- HnCTeypuncan, 18-years of age, living ; twenty-five ."ralles. south of this city,- 'v/as found t'odttv- Wth a. huUet through'hlB heart;'-,Suioid9i6 suspected, :and'the; coroner is Invostlgatlnfj. 10 ERECT FINE . EIBIIION HALL .Edmonton, April 13.-^Edmonton'8 newest- municiiijSl-owned;'public utility will be an industrial exposition buUd-fing/anilconvantlon hallj. with seatlng-accpmmodatibuB . .for 3600 people, in the ieirt of tha business' district, IE the plans ' tobe^ submitted by George;: M.kHall.'iindustrial commissioner l'or,| t)}o^,mun{ci'palltyi' are adopted by the , ^.counp'u' at its meeting on April 22, as 'anticipated, The project is favored jliy ^he city coinmissloners. The striio 'twre,'estimated'to cost more than? S3C0,0O0, will bo ono storey with base-raent, occiipying IBO J^Ojiee't, and is tibo completed: befoi'p-^tlj'^jclose ot; tha year. The city alrpMy owns > a stock p-.\nilon, with a s^tlnjj' capacity of 5�00 at the e.\bl-i)lllon;groun(j8. The steel and brick 'atnlctitre wa^ erected at a cost of ?5(f>^M0<' ' '� 67 ;