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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGtEa I>AILY HEKALP Tuesday, April 15, 1913 Kepi Bealihy By Hwse'sratfaaBMtPUfs Over fi/iy yean p�opie began to fiod out tiu effeodvcBtsj d �>r, Morse's Indian Root PHIb in correcting constipacjoD aoii toning up the sj'stom. Since then the jio-pulinty pf this r^iable old funUy medicine ha* grown iteadtly, and the increue in s�ks ting tka pa�t year was the greitesc i)i r. Morse'a IndiaBi Root PUts II LElUBRtt HEAR ISSUES o MESSRS. BUCHANAN, SHEPHERD AND JONES DISCUSS TOPICS Of? CAMPAIGN > iinue these sondiMons and banith th�ir iidistMaeiBg effeon for tfaoae who are wise tpncugk to i>|e ihsin, Sic^ headrfcbM, eoatad tongues, in-V JBgMrion, biUoaatftH, dyspepsia, rbeu-^^^v,^^^ and limiiar borders are airaosc - .iWariably canacd by impurities whioh '}:>bea)Id be removed from Ae (yseein by .'j^c bowels, the .Hd&eys and the pores 1 tf tie skin. B/ toning up tfaeie organs ^0 that they can do their wort properly, ,i*jDr. Itbrse'j IniUim Rm fiili caxe, or : :-^rev�i|ic altoj^faar, a-large praportton of ;Tp!nited,-Brook*iU�, Ont., and sold by deafarsat 35c a box. 29 4%Hlttanj -ms,, iiJjrtIXha ground (fS)*- �n-8e,0�ft �6i� flotonte^tWn phllan-sAwpy -sHUiDJi !w5n evotftuaUy entail :;i^'0atls{r (A f&jOOO.OOO /will tie broken (Bare'on Mondsr,'when 'tend lomerly .i.'ti|^>Wl�d: oalr to timb�r -will be oleared '''4^^ stomps ftad ihe land divided into Q-Wnwtite i�xvM Sk ^ uae of young ijAtMMtten, are'to be provided );i:>i|i!th .botnes at the oo�t of the nevr kt'.jfpd iie�aii8e of -unfavoralile IndUE4x{a] aci;^dWJ�s,: The unlvarsitles ol Min-'wota'ana Wleoonsln wlit loan men faidlthe.youog'Janners by modern ' iMicani method* of farming. One of the sponsors is to encour^' iUui aEklcttkural college 2^ch te endowM -iflth. 10,000 acres CA^tbejclfts&of .1&0 colony, and which ' .ig|'t|� be jKWtfo seltsupportiDg. UAAMOS IN effect;: ' NAVKSAnON NOW OPEN i,!:f\i*',yjftfldlMd, Out, Ajwil W.-ilarioe in. 'ei^soce'ireot iut� eSeoi here today, i;';;j^i�q^jn��4iwUoB mar be regarded as ^iiigea. Jaa. Acoertcan Steel Tmst boat �ftomOhioagOj^iUi 359,000 wm 4 uid Iwi to stojr in bed e fil^ tfro. or tteee days. I �^ a^a^iftoemeRt |na;.,ati>er.v,�iiiDeqtB.' 'aed^&Ur' to /VFomen. -r biwwJMi ao wejk tuidnni dowm I could BooreatyHBik acroBs "The doctor told BMI woald never be weU tmletM I would ii'^niidwgo an operatioD, but I .^as edvioad lllsjl'ini^ motiiei^ take Lydia Piid^ 'i^.eiAt^ Compound and after I had ta-kBhj|Q)w,bpWe*Jamgtroniffandnell. 1 'fAvffi:-^i�lt othora to take yooir medidne i'^yith /me suBe good results and tihey ean-'.npt Bay etiough for it. "-Mrs. j.'A.buhn-r;�BE,>Mationint:tovni, Pa. ^ . ij^Cmniviu^s, of. uns]icit�ia.aBd gwndne , tMttmoiuAift like the above prove the ef-f.ftalpcy of^I^a E. PinkJ}am'aVe�eU- lonmBot.lose'HghiotteaaefBkiia /:tiie ability fa^pm^mimik^ mi .Vllhough tliiere ^^ere tv.o meetings in the interest oi O. Joaes in North Lethbridge last night, that (act did not detract Jroin the force and success oJ the me'etiug in Unity Hall, which �as practically filled. AlUernian Williamson presided, and after a few remarks as to the effici-onov of .1. O. .Jones to represent every class m the district, and especi-aliv his-aj>ilitv to worlc and fight tor the laboring population, which formed a large part of North Lethbridge, expressing liis confidence that Jones would receive a handsome majority t,he north side of the track, he called on ilr. Jones for an address. He did not introduce the candidate, feeling that the audience, which was composed largely of working men, knew .1. O- Jones better than he did. Air. Jones spoke very briefly, , he having iu.st come from a meeting at Diamond (litv, and being scheduled for another speech at the Miners' Hall. He dealt with some new-phases of certain legislation that one Kui.itit', supposed to be a candidate on the Socialist ticket, is claiming for l!;^.n-selt and Chas. O'Brien. He showed conclusively that the acts solicited by C. M. O'Brien have either been passed or found to he inadequate or useless Tvitholit amendments. The bi-monthly 'pay bill, which \vas intended to cchpel all employers of labor to pay twice a month, was objected to strenuotisly by the farmers, they not being in a position financially to comply with this law, as thev were compelled themselves to wait for funds, and it w-ould therefore be impossible for them to pay^ their hired men each fortnight. Through the gfforts of Mr. Jones, the farmers were e.vcluded from the act,, and the bi-njonthly pay bill pow refers to mine ownwrs and operators only, and is a direct benefit to the miners. Mr. Jones also pointed out how he had* solicited and secured, the amendment to the Gompensatioh act, thereby excluding the "30-foot clause", and making it applicable to workers .injured on any .sort of structure, and also to irrigation ditch workers. He brought up'the Mines act, put forth by CBrien, amendments to which were ipiperative botorei the act could accomplish its mission of protection to the miners. Previous to the: amendment, the mine inspectors had. been chosen from the ranks working m each respective mine. Mr. Jones showed conclusively that this was- not prac-ticablc, because if these inspector.s gave condemnatory reports;, their-employers would immediately "bounce"; them and then proceed to blacklist and persecute them, ao that they found it iwpossible to find, employment elsewherci ."These progrrsBive forms of ' legislation," said Mr. Jones, attained more than a strike backed "by all the International finances could^ever obtain. A&� Jones pointed out that when Dr. Stewart -was asked at a certain meeting, why he hart not even introduced legislation in behalf of his constituency he had made the weak jelly-fish answer that be was not on the right side of the house. The, voters need not be apprehend sive of Such^ a prfsposterous predica-menlj when J. O. Jones represents them, for he states very definitely that he will support the government �m all progressive legislation, and will introduce legislation that the. people want, which is one oi the many strong arguments for support iA his favor. Mr. Jones, feeling compelled to leave foe his other appotntment, was followed by Mr. S. J. Shepherd, the prominent and popular barrister, who has taken such a decided stand in favor-of Mr. Jones' candidature. He opened his talk by complimenting Mr. Jones,on bis able speech and promising a great future for him. He said in part : "I am a Liberal for many reasons. One of tham is, because I like the sound of the word. It suggests .progress and activity,' wherea?- Conaervative, leaves an im^, pressibn':. of satisfaction with the state of things m general, and lacking un the spirit of ginger and mor tion. AH history bears me out in this statement. The men who, in FJng-land as far back as the time of Wm. Ewart Gladstone, were instrumental m bringing about better economic conditions were all Liberals. Although Mr. Gladstone ^vas a Conservative at one time, he became Liberal when he was mature " Mr. Shepherd then cited a lew ot the most noted Liberals as being exponents of principles that tended toward the betterment of mankind, namely John Burns, Lloyd George, Premier Asquith, and in our own land, Baldwin, La Fontame, Brown, and the greatest of them all, Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He then told of our own Premier's action in forsaking the, supreme ibench. and stepping up into the leadership of: the most progressive government in Canaaa, and how by this action and by his conduct of the government since that time, be deserved 'the admiring support ol every fair-minded citizen, especially when consideration was taken of the state of things in the ippovince at that,time. \ A. B.-Bennett and the A. & Cf. W. .were ideal't .withi in a very satisfying manner by Mr, Shepherd, aa was al^ so they provincial debt, Ullrich is being used as political capital in the campaign by the opposition when they did not dare.t.o oppose progress, in tiie form of this self-saine debt, when, in ses.sion, ^ In referrins to'- Doctor Stev.-att, Mr. Shepherd said that Stewart-was a good fellow in everything but his politics. W. A. Buchanan, JIP., Spoke for about thirty minutes on different aspects of the campaign. He said that he considered it an honor to be. privileged to support a labor candidate in behalf of the Liberal party, and had no apologies to make ,as to the alliance. "We must maintain our standing jis the party of the cominou people, and we can best do this by backing the labor candidate, .1. 0. Jones." Mr.Buchanan .spoke of the progressive legislation that bad .been passed by the present government ; the Elevator and 3Iachinety bills as direct assets to every farmer, the tJoinpen-sation act, the Minos act, the Bimonthly Pay act, and the appropriation of $300,000 for the establishment of rescue stations at the mines. "Summed up, the legislation passed by the present government could be compared with all the other provinces and foimd to be ahead ot them all, especially from a labor standpoint," he said. In speaking of R. B. Bennett and his slanderous campttign, Mr. Buchanan said that the same R. B. had a habit of misrepresenting the' people of -Alberta at Ottawa, and was doing the same with the government here-Hfe is trying especially .to hoodwink the farmers into a ready-made cloud concerning the t^levator bill, simply because, he iS; the elevator trust and wants to continue his little 1'5 cent oat game. Mr. Buchanan incidentally spoke .oi his efforts to get railway competition in the soudh, and of his interview with Sir Wm. Mackenzie,. "head of the C.N.R., to that end. Sir William had promised his support to railway development in the south Just as soon as the money market ADKTlN.OPLE, SCPJNE OJf HAKD STRUGGLE LOOK YEAl^S YOUNGER! GBAY HAIR DARKENED BEAUTIFULLY WITH SAGE SAYS SAGE AND SULPHUR WILL ^STOP FALLING HAIR AND , CURE DANDRUFF Common gar Jen sage brewed Into a heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol added, then left to age and carefully filtered, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and Vuxur-apt; remove eyery bit of dandruff, stop ficalp Itching and falling hair. . Juist a fe\v applications will prove a revelation If your hair is fading, gray or dry, .scraggy-and -thiii.� Ml.\ing tilie Sage T^a and; Sulphur recipe at home though, jfs trdublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to-uso tonic costing about 60 cents a large .bottle at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," thus avoiding a lot oC muaa. Some drug- gists make their own, but it isn't neaP ly 80 nice as "Wyeth's". Wihlle wjflpy, gray faded hair i� no* sinful.. -we all desire to retaia ouP youthful appearance and iittractlve* ness. By darkening your hair wltU Wye'" 'a Sage and;Sulphur no one caa tell, because it^does it eo, naturally! so evenly., ydiu'just darapein a sponge . or soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. Do this tonight and by morning all gray ihairs have disappeared^ after anotiher application or, two'it will be restored to' its natural color and be even more glossy, _ soft and luxuriant than ever. Local druggists say they are seH-Ing lots of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur" and It surely helps folks appear years younger. Agents, J. D. Hlglnbotham &. Company. K Map showing the location 'df Adrlanqple, vvhere the'outer trenches wsi*e captured by the-'Bulgarians. ?.The defence''of Adrianople'has; been the most glorious in all .Turkish history. ~ � ' loosened up; and �-promised to,( push the Lethbridge-Maryfield road with all possible haste.. In speaking oi the provincial debt;., he .said that the amount $14,00&,000 was not to be worried about, nanbi pointed.. out that it/ 'W'as all coYered � by assets in the fotm of public buildr ings, road.s, bridges, telephones ? and now $300,000 tor relief- stationsi*. "These ate things," he said, "that people from across the water and from the settled portions of the United States, are used to, and they feej'proud that in a new country-like thife-, the conveniences and public utilities are so greatly advanced, and it helps thorn to be happy and content, and to bring others in, aside from their very ptaetical'and inestimable value as utilities".." All the speakers; :dealt Very ahly with' the bid A. ; ches higher than any time la^t spring. Residents are moving out hurrledl'y and la many houses the water Is sev-eral inches deep. Yesterday the wate^ rose nine inches. het-wee-n./S a.m. and 4 p.m., and after" that hour the rise, wa"� very rapid, the river being 3V4 teeS higher than at ti-a.m. The Smith, Barnes and Strqlhber Co., Piano Manufacturers, offer: : In Vcdulible Prizes and ; Cash Values to be ,1? FOR THE NEATEST AND.MOST ARTISTIC CORRECT SOLUTIONS OF THE Famous Geographical Problem COSTS NOTHING TO TRY, OPEN TO ALL. NO CONCEALED CONDITIONS. GREAT PUBLICITY CONTEST INAUGURATED BY THE 'sMITH, BARNES A STROH'BHR: CO., OF CHICAGO, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND WEALTHIEST HIGH GRADE PIANO MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. Below'the names of twelve prominent Canadian cities'are mentioned-each illne, or dash "representing a letter. -.Whete? dashes appear, supply the necessary letters to spell out the name of each town. � � , � ; � �� , Gmi You Solv^ M Looks Easy, Dofeseh't f{? But be Careful E-- -N-O- This is First Prize JPli'St Award-Handsome �*7o.0U Smitk & -L-A N" -w- V-R --^s- R O- T-^R-V--- w- -- T-R-X U-L-H W . ]3arne.s' Piano. Second Award--Ladies' IJiainoid Ring. Third Award--Ge.nt]ein.arL.s 20-year gold watch. . -' Foiirtii Award-Handsome diamond loeket Fifth Award-Beautiful violiji and case. iSixtli Award-Handsome silver -mesll bag. Seventh AAvard-Pair oper^ glasses and case. .Eighth Award-�Fancy locket. The above to be glven;.B3l" tie-Smith; Barnes and Strohber Co;, for-the^neat^*; est and most artistic! co'rr^o.t/solutJdnB*!' -N- M- L- -T-E N-O- INTERESTING-INSTRUCTIVE , ^ / ThesPopulatfon of each City is at least 18,000 ' f i in tills great publicity contest will receive absolutely free the ?475 Smith & Barnes piano. The other prizes to be awarded in order of merit. � ' . " ':'f:>. , In case of ties Idej^tical prizes will be awarded''lieing contestants. Contestants replies -will receive no consideration if finy of the above rules are violated. " , In addition write on separate sheet of paper, giving name of.town westof ^Winnipeg that you think most desirable for branch piano factory, and give your redsons. In Addition to the above Awards, ev&ry prize winner w.Ui receive according .to-merit-"'of ��sol'^jl&�n^^^^�^ bona-flde draft for an amount from $35.00 to $125.0,0. These drafts will be honored at..face-.valu0.'onlyi-/ toward purchase pricR of any new Piano or Player Piano (that 'has been;, shipped to.'rAlb^rte,, and? whioh we'manufacturej we arte introducing throughout Western Canada through this mamnioth ad-" vertlsing plan. These drafts'will be issued in denominations as follows: One at |125; Five at 1110; Ten at ?105; Thirty-flve at ?100; Thirty-five at $98; Thirty-flve at $85. A draft will voluntarily, be is-saed for $35 to tho next Sixty-three contestants sending us a correct solution as a reward for their efforts in this contest. � ' � - � / , � � Think of it! If you solve the above correctly you will receive in ADDITION to one of the the above elegant prizes-which you got absolutely free-a bona-fide draft as explained above. Smith, Barn,e8 & Strohber Pianos are well known, in the States from the. Atlantic to .the;EaelflfO' as.vstrlctly:^ high grade.and Ve believe the quickest and most effectual way to introduce-and creatg a; dcmai^dfor^ J them is in making special offers direct'to Piano buyers, for whose benefit this contest Is'pun.' and ' eliminating the customary marketing expense ot high salaried salesmen, magazine advertlSliig, canvassing, paying teachers commissions, etc. In order to^ do this they,have Inauguratedt^ilV.sveat contest in which each contestant has an equil chance, to win one of these valuable prizesi'- AnY',;THINK-IISJG PERSON WILL READILY APPRECIATE that we as manufacturers can well afford to make the above liberal offer, if by ijo doing wo oan make our pianos as well-known throughout Western Canada In three or four weeks as would take three or four years by ordinary method of advertising.  Several carloads of thewe High Grade Pianos are . now in transit for advertising purposes and WILL BE PLACED ON SALE WITH RELIABLE DEALERS* LOCATED IN THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF ALBERTA where. prUe wipneFS can (make their selection at a-special, low Introductory price. " The grand prizes will he awarded' by a board of judges of selected representative business men so aa to guarantee absolute squareness to all contestants and the de-i' daion of these judges will bp .final. TRY FOR ONE OF THESE VALUABLE PRIZES that are to be siven free to successful contestants, , Solutions miirtf be in bur hands or hear post mark not later than ;APril 24th. ., MAIL YOUR ANSWER-TODAY, AND WR I'TE' YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY. Smitlxp R,, L". PETTIT, General Advertising and Sale* M'g'r..  and Strbhber Company 611 Tegier Bids- Edmot^ton. i- lip 'J: 52 7269 ;