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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiiesflay, Apiil 15,1913 m Folks Find New Remedy Relieves All Kidney and Bladder Miseries DRIVE'S- RHEUMATIC PAINS � AWAY, RELIEVES BACK-: ACHE AND BLADDER DIS-; ORDERS AFTER A FEW ^ liOSES ARE TAKEN. 'Sleep disturbing bladder-. Tveaknesses, backache, rheumatism, and the many other kindred ailments which so commonly come with declining: years need no longer be a source of ilread and misery to those who are past the middle age of life. The new discovery, Croxone, cures all such disorders because it removes the very cause of the trouble. It soaks right' into the kidneys, through the walls and linings; cleans out the little filtering glands and cells, ajid gives the' kidneys new strength to do their wdrk properly. It neutralizes and dtssolves the poisonous uric aci'd substances that lodge in^ the joints and muscles, causing rheumatism; and makes the kidneys filter and sift out all the poisonous waste matter from the blood and drive It out of. the system. U matters not how old you are or how long- you have suffered,, Groxoae is so prepared that It is practically impossible to take it into the human system without results. You will find ii different from all other remedies. Th�ire .is nothing else on earth like it. It starts to work immediately an^. more than a few dosds are seldom required to relieve even the most chronic, obstinate case. It is the most wonderfiil remedy ever niadu to health and strength and ridding the system-of every particle of uric acid, and you cau take it -with the utmost confldenoe that nothing ,on earth will so quickly cure such conditions. You can obtain an orlarinal package of Croxone at tVifllng cost from any flrst-class druggist. .\11 druggists are authorized to personally return the purchase price if Croxone should fail in a single case. FOR THE MEN ON THE SOIL Talks oh Agriculture ^Farmers Will Attend Convention The farmers generally throughout important question that the farmers Southern Alberta are taking a great miist solve for themselves, and it Jdeal of interest in the Mixed Farm- solved before the mixed �v. - ,. , - , . x . T. ,j farmers produce so much as to glut :sing Convention, which .,s to be held. local markets, which is ^he dan-;-;in this City on Wednesday and Thurs- ger most imminent, and which will day of next week, at the tune of the mean a very low- selling price. From Ssprin^ stock show. The calling of over the province, and from the ithe-election caused a postponement. "^'f'^S provinces, there is a big li,f:the evtnt for one weJk, b^^tit has ! "^.^"^'"S l^"^"! /[^f h k f ^ .^^eeding in time to attend under t^.o ^'^q.^'f^ ^^fjf,^ H^.^f rH i'*" ."S Such men as Dr J. C. Ruthenord, &ld dates, whereas nearly every oie i^ill have completed this spring -wotk fljV the' middle of hw^t week and will "be in a position to enjoy a couple of 'd&ys' -well earned rest from their la- 'liThe convention -will he held- at the Ptot. Vf: d. Elliott, H. C. McMul-leii, W. F. Stevens, P. P. Wood-bridge, 0. T: Lathrop, W. 'H. Fair-ii^l'd, John-Taylor, W. J. Lloyd, R. JtHufiching^, George Gre^n, and L. H. Jfclif! have accepted invitations to �IlKlhrt^J!!-"^rnTHr"' r.w~ "'.iT-^'.^^y addteas the convention along ^^tfef^ ""'^ ^'tmis'line and it is expected that thi ^l^^J^f^^-^^ rM'^fa^^rs ^vUl themselves take up the ^.^^J" 7 tl^^eau o- the suljjects andevolte d plan'of marketing. � ^ The live stock show and the con- 'ihe most advisable, means of uispos-mg, of the 'products of the mixed fftfms. at a profit'. This is a most RISK- You can't lose on a spropoBltion like this. -V^e , instruct our kVdedieis to refund ^ the- purchase price i .uueiit" is 'not satisfied. - iTlie, purity and ' satinying au,ties,o]t'.V.V.O.O. liave earn-i^fiff a reputation all pver ^'jfpovmtry.' Once tried iLo #;c41;wm do. ^ T^ie^t^ade 'mark, V.-V.O.O. jisi OtJR ,-protlBctIon- afeainst infer-ir!OlivV0Ji:-;Accept'T. V. O. O. tv, .'a(iNli>OR OUR FREE "..^BOOK BPOK bhii�ittiicci Co; .-�^xolu^ive Importers ' ,'ahceuvef Seattle |W .wash: If^,''"'"''/ Local Jobbers. ' iCawiu^ell,,Wilson & .Horne, Ltd. -vention will jbe free'to all farniers, and special rates have 'been made' from all stations in Southern Alberta for aU farmers and 'their wives. .There are more than six carloads of; thoroughbred horses and pure bred cattle already entered for the live, StoolE^fihoTv, and entries will be received, 'ii pto next Monday morning. The demand'for pure-bred stock is increasing dally, and the sale to be held on Thursday afternoon, April 24, promises to be very largely attended. The convention will open on Wednesday morning, and continue through out the afternoon and the following 'morning, adjournment being, taken in ample season for all farmers to attend the cattle sale. There will alsoAe lield a dog show and an aatomobile show in connection with the meetings, and great interest is 'being taken in both of these evSnsS. ������ � Every farmer iiquld attendHhis con vention, and be prepared to express his views on.the Important"question it is planned to solve. Out of six thousand circular letters wjith postal reply cards enclosed, sent to farmers,all over the; south, only four have intimated that they cannot attend. Two of these gave as reasons that they were" exhibiting elsewhere, the other two being rushed 'with seeil: ing operations, and are unable to �leave their -yarms, and sent their re: tgrets.  HAS A .(SHARMED life Galcsburg, 111., April 14.-Prank ICaroun, one - of. the Burvivorij of the Titanic disaster, narrowly escaped death again last night,.when the Un-del-Hotel, of which'he is proprietor, collapsed, and the walls of his room fell' in heaps ^on. either side of his bed: Karoun was unharmed; HOW BEST TO MAKE 660D ROADS -DOES IT PAY  TO WORK OUT A ROAD TAX OR PAY THE ROAD TAX IN CASH? Sixth in the "Good. Road" aeries of the Associate Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta. I-, In western Canada the rftral highways are poor, probably the poorest that prevail* in any cduntry which has reached so high a State of civilization. - As compared with the east the west has a distinct advantage in having 54 miles of regularly surveyed r6ads in each township^ 36'miles running north and south, 18 miles running east and west. Some peopla'object to the disadvantages in the western country that result from following sec-I Hon lines, because sometimes they I run against obstructions. There are many places in the east where you will ace neither fence or road, prop-�ierty line nor hulldlngi, nor an object of any kind erected by the hand of man that corresponds with any .of the cardinal points of, the compass. In folloVring the sectiori-'lines in the west some of the roads may be' wrongly located, but by the lack of system in rthe east nearly all. the roads are wrongly located. In the west the towibhii^. Is the basis of the rural mnnicfpality, which controls the roads. Every holder of a quarter section Is liable to a tax not exceeding $8.00, per quarter for the maintenance ot.good'roads-%'ithln the municipality. Thfe main roads are looked after by the. Provincial government, wlvo also bear the expense of bridges and ferries. All that the settler has to look to is ^the proper upkeep of the roads witl^in^his own municipality. ' ' As roads are a^ much for; the convenience of all the: inhabitants of a country it would be manifestlj' unfair that the' residents- along the -roads should hear all the expense. � This iprinciple has been recognized in every civilized community and; the .expense of the maintenance of; the roads has been; divided in varylnfe proportions between local, municlpal'fliKl provincial authorities. After much engineering, perhaps the State of New York has found out the fairest and moat � sattstactory 'division ' of responBibility, dividp.d as follows: Federal, 50 per cent.; state, 35 per cent.,.and local, IB per cent. Following on. these lines we.would have In Canada: Dominion^ 50 per cent,, covering the; great ocean, high-�ways and .trunk roadssto the nprtU; provincial, 35 per tent,.the maintained travelled roads, .-within thev province, and 15 per cent., for local roads .within the nmnicipality. If the local; provincial and; dominion authorities �work together there is already a foundation for the finest system of .roads to be worked put in'the W'.Jat that easl ily lead to the best roads on the continent, and thsit end may he achieved without working any. hardship to' the poorest homesteader, or increasing general .taxation by the fraction of a mill.-'.- , If the toynship road taxes are made the basis of contribution from'the provincial and dominion 'governments the matter is already, settled, and good road-s will keep: on growing and maintaining , theiiiselves � as tlie country keep's getting settled, and in exact proportion^ to the degree of settlement.'.! .' . ., The revesnue available in a township fully occupied would be 144 quarters at$8.00 each, WalB:$1152. If this Is taken as l5 per cent, of the total amount to *e expended, and allowing the same proportion for proyincial and dominion government grant, there is a total of $7680 pe-r annum available for every fully-occupied township. Atthe' jiresent time, as fully occupied land is very rare, if only;'50 per cent, is occupied, stUi over ;^3000 would be expended in the town* hip on roads annually. As to the question whether tfie tax should be worked out. or paid in cash, it depends wholly on local .circumstan- ces, ft the occupants of the township cooperate and buy some of the- mos( needed machines, such as a sM It-log drag, or grAder, and some fas circUm-stances dictated), paid their ta.t. in., kind, and others in cash, a municipal-Ity might be able t6 do some eronom-ioal and advantageous work, also in, co-operating with- pro^'incial and .dOt minion authorities, in building new thoroughfares in their own.nelghhpr-hoods. _ . Co-operative action between the id^" cal authorities and actual occupants on the 6ne hand, and between local, provincial and. dominion authorities on the otheri and a well considered policy of good roads carried out, and; �figldly adhered to, and cpnatdntly; carried out all ov?r the country, will save hundreds of thousands of dollars in Alberta alone, and do more than arfy other single concei-frable thing to'place the farmer on the na-. tional highroad to prosperity, * DOES IT PAY THE FARMER JeST TO WORK OUT A ROAD TAX OR PAY IT IN CASH? Seventh In the Good Roads Series of the As'toclato Boards of Trade . of Sogthern Alberta i&F^SERVED AUCTION SALE ilARM IMPLEM At our Farm (Old Wells Siding Farm) Wells Siding, Station i SATURDAY, APRIL 19th 1 .,3 Cockshutt Hiding Plows -' Packers. ,.1 4% foot Mower. fc'iVi, 11 Drag' harro-ws ,Vj 1 Garden Cultivator l^'^l'^X Gifi'deu Han(d Drill ifa^l2|j>l80,Ij[arr6wB' . ^.'.ey^-p.-QasolIne Engine ^R.uniplaeJack 'liarye^ter Header ; � ,1^5^r^^d>r ^ l^l^aleV.and'horse powpr 6 f^fagons^ ' 10 Bottom Deere Engine gang, complete bottoms for broakingand stubble. .12 bundle racks - / � :i well-drilling outfit 21 sets heavy work, harness, double S3 haltere ' 2 saddles 1 harness repair bench 1 ; Belts and belting Complete ,line of tools for farm work; blacksmith's tools and supplies. ., � Other implements in large quantities. Household goods.' Chairs aha beds.'.bedsprlngg-dSska, refrigerators, churns ^atoves, kitchen � utensils, ^ gashing machine, mangle, . 1:^^*-/ . - '�� . �: l;i;t)JiJ;�?ipt'OOi-and' Sunder,' cash;; amounts over  teap'ft^;DalanoiB'-�pprpvfed' notes, " . ni|irji)p6'�arrty,e:1Q.30.a.m. and,leave,.6 �. But after a few:!years,'Whei\ the set-, tiers are more financially better pla.c-�ed, then-1 think it;would be-a proper time-to see abouti levelling hills, etc., for .whfch it would- be better to hire !a man with a special outfit. ; ' But just a few words;in conclusion;; The Municipal Act juat passed' saya "one. per cent, of your land value," which at ?20 per acre will amount to $32 a year cash, and as at iire�eut uUi' tax is $8, just see: what you could ac-J compllsh if you worked four times th# amount every year you do now.  HE WANTS DAMAGES. Writs -were issued yesterday after,-noon in the Supreme Court by Clyde A. Van Hemert, charging Dr. Philo W. Tuller with alienating Mrs. "Van Heimert's affections, and causing the separation of the young couple, and asking damages to the amount of $25,-000. Palmer and Lewis are acting for tUe plaintiff in the case. The'/wrfts were served on Di^. Tuller during the afternoon. The statement of claim in the case is very brief; -and contains, the usual allegations'found in auchi writs; K is considered unlikely that th.o case will come before the civil sit-tins's of the Suprenio Goutt -this spr.iig. The civil sittings Wilr be oh ;in May. iThe aefendanti has'twenty days before It vrill ibe^neceisary a to .ifake .-any action -^ip detente; "jand;; an-'ot^er. week to' i'epW ap^jgafance, ^whlph will leave o'nly'^a fe^.jdays iln PhoneThe LADIES' STORE 'Acadia Elk, in Ready-to-Wear and Newest Fixings for Milaifi # More THan Ever5r-day Importance "The lines inciuded in eaclrparticulaiv Idt ate such a varied character': that it would ihe impossihle to adequately describe'them in a limited .space. V ' Suffice It*to say that ali are new and strictly up-to-date^and the prices'tell' , a forcible story of saviiygS'oUt of ordinary, :*hich you would do well to profit by Wednesday.'s Sale of High-Grade Suits "i , offers WOMDERFUU sAviNGS THE-most .attractive GARMENTS . 'SHOWN IN THIS CITY DUBJNGe THIS SEASON. Regular $40.00, $45.00 and $47:60 values In a splendid collection of latest novelty effects. -Materials are finest serges In navy and Copenhagen Blues and finest Imported Worsteds and Wool Bedfords, In a lovely collec- 4CPage, of New York, to 'be-; Ambassador' to- Great Britain; W.H. Osborne, of Greensboro, N. C to bo commissioner of internal -rev-senuer �and H. Snowden -Harsdall, to -be TJnited States attorney for the southerni'district of New .-York. A substitute is always inferior to the real thing. This is true bf tea as of 'anything' else. .Insist on, getting "SAiiAD^" and you get the best tea in the world. TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC EDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc, Musical Director EXAMINATIONS JUNE.AlMD JULY �APPLICATIONSv'MUST BE IN NOT LATER THAN MAY 1. Conservatory Residence , For You'ng Lady Students YEAR BOOK, 170 P;fk,QE8 Mailed on Application -''Forty years In.u'se, 20,}year4 'ithe*�tan'dapd, p'rescrlbo.d.Sftrf roc- What, You Haferi't Heard the Victrola? 'Come in and liear it hj all means, tlie gr'eat^sf musical iii-sLniiiicnt llie world lias ever' known. Prices front $20 tip Terms to salt ilbsts IcJ:^ as: per week. '  �Visit our Victor Parlor^ todaj'-,. you are welcome.- :.�.-,m^ Mason & His^h Ltd.,  404-5th'St. South, Lellibridge. ? ' . ^eveiiWii Western Bi'ivnchef ;