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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APKIL U, 19U THE LETHBtUPCK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Toed JL hoes for Remember when we wore them and the tin cans and stones didn't affect the Cap. l Give your boy some of thd pleasures you had in youth with- out doing damage. All Sizes From 8 to 2 Best Value for your money in Boys' is "BOY SCOUTS" W. J. NELSON CO. Women Who Take j this universally popular home times, when there many hours of unnecessary iOne Man Car Crew Matter May Go lo a Refer- endum J. H. TABOa SAYS CONTRACTS FOR TABOR CANDY CO. TO BE AWARDED SOON OF AWARD REFERRED Mayor llardie can MV no consis- tency in the action ul il.c Trades arid Labor Council, at their meet- ing last in relrrenrp to the pro- posed ore-man car system, thought the one ol the cardinal principles: ol tlie union said he, "atid as near as I cm see it is the only fair vir to j settle quMtloa. H is regrettable i tlial 3 caaditimi exiitx in our 'street railway but it IE la matter (or tr.e. ratepayers to de- The. were sleeted: j u Beck ,.aw .ou r.n economy ticket ar.d they are' i (loins their best to icocomize. necessarily follow that IL Talof. c! iius cily, vr oi Ibe 'i Cati-Jy fai'tuiy, vhich Lo If tuili in Medicine Hat, leaves I city today rn a hysir.Cjss 'and it is likely (hat bchre re- turns, ilie contravl lot ihe construe-! tioti of the factory will have heen awarded. The Ur. tiers are 1u be run! in McUicijjr Hat nexl AJoaday. -Mr. Tabor is my sanguine over the of tills r-Merpriiie. It uill be the only factory of its kiud Lctwccn ati-i ihc II? APPEAL DISMISSED AND AMOUNT; 93 V" cent, of tl.c thorolales palatable iLijUirs cf kind. consumed in the ivest, tunic from tl.e east, much coming Irorn as far away as Nova Scotia. II is on this ifinrr TArfcnM IIPUCI and to thc JUDUL JAlKbUN UrnbLU the prouiottrs have rreeivcil from the merchants all over the province, who1 1 Pr.-liK-ts, Ihattke is m a position to co ahead with lllis Thprf vs. Maxell from or- 'is business in siglit now, lie some- der oi McNeil! ordering work-; to give tin company COWAN'S PERFECTION T COCOA Hcihhful- pure Wfitlea Judgwent of the llotmrabte 620 3rd Ave. S. Sherlock Building must suffer, but U can't be litlp-'men lo fife security for costs in the j work cr.e whole ycar. >d. Commissioner has gone lo proceedings U'.KI to recover conipra-: linnion to investigate ar.d Inspect sation aider the Compensation Act1 'llv man car sviien there. I Iw the c ol the toMscd I MUST TAKE OUT LICENSE written to Great F'alls for some i vss ufeivcJ by .Mr. J. It. Toronto, Onl Ajitil Should on the modus opcrar.- I'iliner of lllis city today. The judg- i tl.e new amendments to the Insurance Idi (here, as 1 understand they use a meat stated thai the obvious purpose j Ac I similar system, and it Is litely that- ol the Act is to assist a class oi who, it is to'be kupposed, arc jpoor people ul little, if any his assistance by a procedure ess formal ar.d intricate anil res expensive than thai perhaps nc- j ed anil published contains a clause trssarih- retired in relation to the. j providing that all wishing to engage determination of ordinary disputes. in ,ha buBiQess mUEt WHY WE 6UMNTEE .THIS STOMACH REMEDY I ]f there aic one bundled, people in this town who suffer from indication, dyspcp- cia, or any other ot stomach coro- lilnint, vccbeltcve we n remedy thai will relieve at least ninety-eight of them, and perhaps every one of the hun- dred. We'll do more tl :an t the rem- promUe to give back the money to each and every one of the hundred that are r.ot relieved. That's how much faith we have ID Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Containing Pepsin and Bismuth, two of the greatest digestive aids known to medE- Sl. l.ouis, Mo., April ized labor propagandists Iroiu alt parts oi Hie United States and Can- ada began lo arrive in St..Louis Uiis morning to attend the annual mcet- FoHowing is a Mat ol the. pupils who obtained honor standing SQ V.'e.U- mir.ster school (luring Matcli'. tJJUOE VII. mucii much Commissioner Grace wilt visit city." Mayor llardic iser.t to Kdinor.toir eiifa those who tore llieroselves j toddy to attend tlir conference o! Al-J acciilinls n-bich fitter wholly or Iwrta mayors in to a plan incapacitate them [rora tarn- 1 dirisiou o' JoHce court j in; their livelihood or these, as po0r, I i dependent upon them ar.d io provide PETITIONS AND COUNTER PETITIONS FOR KRAFCHENKO Winnipeg. Man., Ap-i! tions risking for clemtfney on behalf of Jack Krnfchpnko are being circu- lated today oy J. Suffield. Krai- chenko's counsel; autf au effort will be made to secure a '.arfe number of signatures. It ts sialsd that un- known parlies are prepariue counter lietiUons, astiing that Krafchcnbo's sentence be not comroiiled. the legislature, many To ronto men engaged la occupations far removed from the business selling rlgfcs, but who nerertheiess augment tbeEr Incomes by an occa- plonal premium, will lave to rart five dollars and come out in tbo open and declare themselves bona fiile ageuta, or else lor ego [his IltllD source of revenue. The iicvr act which Lap Sault Stc Marlr, Got April J. Frater Taylor, president the Lake Superior Corporation, mailf today the m- cicaFO in 1he irt n and steel dulifs ''1 acn u-iy ir.uth (hat the necessity for to fiifcl industry in gcnjially, the nrr. in the right fjirection and Uc-rrt.t ihe indus- try. "The onf spccislc vahc is that of Alzoma Sloe! Corporation'. The (ui- inise yf HleTinitc assistauce in ilia mumiftK tnrc of tlic larger .sizes ut slructuial steel is a decisiit forward ar.d will enable the Aljrumn Strcl C'oiparation to immediately prou'Cil with the jilans of instJlln- tiou the Uiavy structural mill of a large cavacit-y. This has been cr.n- In the case ol Darrie vs. thc.Dia-l Coal Co., tr.c appeal was tak-1 n by the latter from au award made1 by His Honor JuOge Jackson giving compensation to the workman. out licences, which will be Rranted upon payment of foregoing fee. i le'inplated for snine time anil uiJt is afforded in ol mileil sections over ihirty-ilvo a yard, there is some incen- tive lo our taking the necessary steps to mature our plans anil to ar- raiuc our finances." appwl on all parts cf the !av: and make it possible for you to tat what Qr.c hundred .'aisd- secenty-five news-1 you nke and as much as you without pupers devoted to thp; intercats .of fearof taSor Unitcj .'-Statfs and Don't in Canada n re reproscntcd in and you'raM be just as enthusiastic association, a'jout thorn as arc, and just as ready to In to these axe 1M onicial them on >-o-jr friends: Sold only at the nionthly issued .by tlie var- Kcxall Stores, and in this town onlytv ions inteinational unions. .Charles __________f___ Three sizes, 25c, 60c and 11.00. ;i. Hlgrnboiliam Co.. Limited. Hairy Chaplow, GRADE VI. Myrtle Gillies, ilagffir: Flinn, 7.cra Uimsuorih, Krcri Ingram, Ste- venson, I'carson, Andrew Horn, Wade Hidnalh. Kirt, fipjgrr, .lames Ooldic, Frank Staincs, Kcar, of Mo.r is president' of; Arthur .Vclivrnn, Lcigli White, Cecil tiio organization. Do you eat the best corn in the whole world? Perhaps you couldn't say off-hand what corn is the sweetest and most nulriUous. Then let.ijs toll the peerless Southern Corn whkh is used in making CORNFLAKES We don't stop at selecting Die bwt rom. We take only Ihe hearts of it. These hiarfs" are under very high temperature, then rtltai into Ixkes. Then conies the toasting which gives their rich brown color. Surely, when you buy Flakes, want the' is Kellogg's. lOc per package Sold Everywhere 102 llains, Fred Will Wylie. GKADE V. Charles Par.liimrst, Janet ilcllvcna, Mona Walton. CiiiADB V. Win. Cuffey, Ilosie Knowltlcn, Jns. Thomson, Harry Hill, Dan McMee'x- Dertio Mciclndoe, Marjorio Donrns, Vra. WcsUolt, .May Flinn, !oni. OKADE IV. Uulh Itcckloid. Delmar Martin, Ivy Jowett, David Kerr, F.Uic SmecJ, Jas. Livit1, Anthony Jam'e, Annift 'ootl, Vcarl Taylor, Gertie Dee. OKADE III. Kathleen Lindsay, Vr-rrn (Jray, Vcra Glamillo, Matcl Hill, Gwcndo- ice I.izziD Mnrtin, Glailys KnIMs, Thomas Allan, Illanche Olan- der, Phyllis Wnilton, Slnait ituntcr, Grist, Myrtle U'ardman, Hay- Henderson, Tom Stevenson, ilella Smccd, Lily Mains, Tom Ar- noH, Wilbur I'carson, Grace Atkin Allan Watson, Margaret Chaplow Dorolhj' Doc. FEELS LIKE A NEWWOMAN As LydU E. Vege- Uble Compiiund Dupelled and would ta Tery.nn- pitefol if I felled to give. Lydii E. Pinkham'a Vegeta- ble Compound tha praise for I have taken it gt diiltrent Utnu it re- lieved me when other medicines failed, and when I hear a woman com- plain I always rec- ommend It B- ter I wu attacked severe cue of organic weakness. I hud bacXachs, pains In m; hips and OTer my ttdaeya, laaslludn, had no energy, limb: nd waa always tired. I wus hardly ible to do ray housework. 1 had taben jQia E. Pinkham'l Vegetable Com- pound on one other occasion, and it had helped me I took it again ard it has b'oilt np, until now I feel like a new woman. You have my hearty consent to use my nmno ard testimonial in any way andl hope it will btnefit I'lfferir.g OBPHA Tuiufra, S. Wayne SL, Piqua, Ohio, Womtn who are suffering from dulreeaiog 1113 peculiar to their ser ahouldnot doubt the sUlity of Lydia E. Vegetsble Compound to their health. If you want speclnl advice io Iiydla E.Plnkhna Med- icine Co., (cnnfldentlal) Lynn, Mass. Yourletterwilibeopeiied, read and answered by a woman held in s The was dismissed, the judge's finrUtifcs beiog uplicld, and the matter of the amount of the award was referred back to the judge. J. U. Palmer appeared for the workman in caeli case and L. M. Jolmstone for ihe companies. LARGEST CROWD OF DR. ROSS1 PASTORATE ON SUNDAY EVENING Eastertide was a. full and happy! time at tbe First ibptlsL cburclij On Thurcdfly the'Ladles' Aid held a! very successful sale of work, which realized in all about 470.00. On Good Fridav at U o'clock, a coiled service was held, in which he- side the pastor, Jlev. David Ross, who conducted, were Rev. A. C. Bryan, o( St. Andrew's; Evangelist Craig, who is at present writing In SL Andrew's churcli; Rev. .1. B. Pickle, ol tbe ChristEati churcli, and Captain Tutte, of the Salvation Army. On Easter Sunday afternoon there were very pretty exercises by the girls of the Sunday schooi, under the leadership of Mrs. Dunlop and Mrs.. Snyder, On Sunday evening a. large: congregation assembled iu -x-lttiess the baptism, of a goodly number by the pastor. It was the biggest con- gregation durlcg the present pastor- ate, j On.Monday evening at the meeting of the recently formed B.Y.P.U, (ho vastor gave a talk on Jils first ex- periences in the States. Under the auspices of the Young People's Society there is to be a very interesting evening on Ihe 27lh Inst., when Herbert Piercy of Ontario, wbo Is travelling In Uio West, will give a recital, ehtllled "A Night with Van and other masterpieces. QmckRelief with Hamllns made, usinjonly thap afid roost costly materials. Conleins r.oonlum.chlorororraprothcrdangc'-- ojfs dnigj. Its healing oiis right in where the pain is and give ipleadid In fc-jrni. fc-jrni. cuti, tatct, rheuTjitiim. creap. la-pi Uck, etc. H n WiaiJ Iho Hota.nL 3 HamliM Wlzird 01! Co., Tlrrato April Cliarlw liu.vton, the appointed gover- nor-general o( the Union of South Alric.i, today uaK created a viacount He lormtriy was president- of the Hoard of Trade, and at one time pfjalmaster-griieral, in which ity he in'rodnccd tuo-cent postage i (or letters between llir, llritish Islf-s anil Iho lining Stales. Tha MB- Viscount is an authority on relations employer workman, havlnj participated in tl.c stttltmrjil ol many disputes. His ex- perience, in this eimtirxtion is expect- ed lo to useful to him in South Ai- rit-n, wlicrc tlic labor prubleni is acute. WEST SALEM UNLUCKY" CITY DUflNING AGAIN WIs., April vil- lage of twnlvc east of here, which wan ilosiroyci! bj- fire livo yearn and slnre been rebult. Is dgaln burning, and danger of complete, deflntelion. A sneclal Iraln Is being hiirrlrilly lire- pared to carry equipment from croasc Ib9 eccncr WHAT EXPLAINS ITS ENORMOUS POPULARITY BLUE RIBBON TEA Is always (lio, sntnc perfect lea. K.s fjiialily nevci1 Users know it Is (lie ISost Ten. Ask for il bv name send this AdverlUement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Fiiobon Cook Book. belt cook bock for uio in Weittrn Canada, Write nami and addrnt plfinly, Building i Healthy, Happy Youngsters Thoughtful parents are finding out that a child's atrongeat hold on future, success and usefulness Is a strong body and healthy brain, Body and nerve tissue, as we I the food one eats. as brain cells, ire formed fi It Is c'ear, then, that to feed right generally to be right. Grape-Nuts FOOD It of teltctcd wheat and milted barley, and ill the rich nutriment of food Including tht vltnl mlncnl silt) (PhoipnKe of Potash, tie.) In just the right proper' tron, ai grown In the gnin. When Grape-Nuts is selected, the greitttt building food In the world it put lo worV, and the various part> of miriclei. nerves and take up the particular kind of nour- ishment that each requires. Grape-Nuts Is an Ideal food. It Is scientifically baked, eaiy of digestion, and comtc ready to eat direct from the tightly and erljp. Children like the delfcioui flavour and thrive- on Grape-Nuts. "There's a Reason A. J. i by everywhtre. Poitum CcreaT Co., Ltd., WJflrftorj ;