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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta The Best Spring AND Blood - -Medicine PURIFIES AND CLEANSES THE ENTIRE SYSTEM Equally good for old and young. Winter and Summer. No danger of taking cold. It is nature's own remedy. 50 cents per bottle at youB druggist. Special Displays at J. D. Higiiibothaiii & Company The Frank Hedley Drng- Co. Jackson & Company. UMBER PROSPECTS Peter Lund is Optimistic-Pending Changes in Lumber Rates DISICI COURT If Vote is PoUed Jones WiU be Elected j.TTie April sessions ot Uio District Court opened yesterday. The follow-iiUg tour small debt cases were dis-})6aed of: fin the case of L. A. Reginibal vs. vlra WJlliams, the plaintiff received iudgment, deiendant faiiing to appear. � '.^Joe Plsko was a-warded judgment against J. S. Gibbons, with with costs. W. McKenzle & Co^ were given ijudgment against the Magrath Coal � :|h, oVer seven hundred arrivals a . ^jr.vlTolals "for the- week are 5,666. (^^these-3,876 were British, 34 Rus-�^i^,","'4fl0 Galioians, 350 Germans, sMVltaJIaiis) '560' Scandinavians, .%b'day"' about seven hundred imml-. grants will arrive from the Corsican aadflMoimt 'Royal. Tomorrow seven "hundred are due from the Eetttia, and^on B'riday 860 from the Asconia and'Letitia are due to arrive. ' Today's trains are a little late witk. considerable delay owing to No. 2'being derailed east of Fort Wil-,' Uam. , 4M  lilfHORIIIES TAKE PRENTVE ACTION f^iidi^n, April 16:i-"General": Mrs ',!KJi(taiDrummo'ndi one of, the leaders Tu|siEh^''militant suffragettes, reci-ea Jij^ifgummoDs .from the police authori-ifeli^^'ftoday to appeat at the .Bow ^Bjfeet'police court on Friday to aa-isjy^ertftov;the.charge of inciting- to �|g:ihie -Ja^id miBdemeanor. This' is an-'vB$LlBt ^instance of the preventive at-�^p^fi' being taken by the government fi^er the statutes of Edward HI. ijUidar summons were issued in the ;:5JgLBp9 of Miss Annie JCenney and (;)P:eotge Lansbury, a former Socialist ;-i4Bmbor of parliament. ''J^-^fi. Late ,IVlr. Mercer's Funeral ^iShe; funeral of Joseph Mercer, a i^tPader- tx,ova ' Maslnasin, who .4^:oji'Saturday,';was-held this after-^ffat 2.30, at St. Patrick's Church, ta^-took place at 'tha, Roman Cath-;c0metery. !er?dled..at the advanced age of id>no'Telaiives'can be loca^t'ed. ^4 WHY IT PAYS TO BUILD GOOD ROADS (By H. W. Kerridgo, Stewartyn. Alta. Third in the series on "Good Roads, issued by the Associate Boards ot Trade of Southern Alberta.) First and foremost when you mention good roads your thoughts turn to hauling gSTRin,* hay, etc., and you think of the'time that you have pack-edva load on. your-back out of a liquid mixture of Alberta soU. Alberta soil will raise anything, and you take it from me, in a case like this it raises the wrath in a man to above the boiling point. After you eventually get on dry'' land once more and view the - havoo that has been wrought, yoii sigh for the time when you will get roads "like , those , at home.": But in thla picture you tave it In a nutshell-time is money, and every hole and rough place causes a loss of time and unnecessary wear and tear oniorses and vehicles. Then the rough roads are the terror of a trip to town. Many. a time I have come back, after rolling over the prairie level for twenty-five miles, with the same feeling'ycu get when; sea-sick, vainly hoping that the 'boat would go Siva. Then Is the time you are, dead sure, it would pay to have good roads. V , Then thewagons, although the manufacturers are fine sets of men, It they used a few leas brads, and more bolts, we would not have to spend so much tlnie'repairing everything. The railwajy. companies eay it costs more to.-iliacl a ton'of freight In the mountains' than on "the prairies, on account of .the grades; and the same applies t(y'the farmer in 'building roads-cut .off; the hills, vand you can haul more and'save inoney. . irhen th� horses-no one will deny haw they travel, when they come to a level stTetchj''and you save time again. Thenr again, you will notice an Advertisement-.where a man sells his farm "pd the main road," and this is always a drawing card, and in many a case a man will realize $5.00 an acre more than a man away 'back, and the good roadjipays in that case. So, from this short article I have tried to prove what nobody has the least doubt of; "that .,good roads pay" in both pocket and mind. AUGURS WELL FOR GOOD SEA-SON-^WINTER WHEAT Rain this morning,first of the spring season, brought smiles � from farmers and business %ien alike. Although the amount of precipitation was not large, it augurs well for the future, and old-timers seem V to feel that there will be plenty of moisture all through the growing season. Gait Gardens sho\\^ed the results of the shower, The gardens were beautiful last summer in spite of the fact that they'were not completed until tall. Now they are all seeded, and. the green tinge has bccouie vety pronounced. , Farmers in the south who have large acreages of winter wheat welcome the-tain. AV^ith -the exception of the winter wheat in the immediats vicinity-of the city, that crop seems to have come through the winter in excellent condition. -Ht R. Johnston, of Stirling, said this morning that he believed winter -wheat would be one of the best crops on th^ farm this year. RUSHING TO THE WEST Toronto, April 15,-Three special C. P. R. trains left here today, carrying over one thousand men and women from Ontario farms, who intend settling in the Canatllan northwest. Agents here, expect that over five thousand immigrants will arrive and be sent on to the west before Saturday, ERAIN HIS FINE" Cirdston, April IG.-Cardston will stand loyally behind Martin Woolf in tomorrow's contest. The Liberals are working uhltedly and onthuslasitl-cally and fully expect to give the man who won � the bye-election last year, a bigger majority than it did at tha't time. During the campaign, Mr. Wcolf ;has Impressed the electors With hl's gi^'P of public affairs. He spoke at a big meeting here on Monday night, along -with Hugh Brown, and surprised the people on his development as a BpeakP'.-. The splendid speeches of Mr. Brown and .Mr. Woolf made many votes for the Liberal nominee. Last nigbt, the Assembly Hall was the scene of another Woolf meeting. The building was crowded and the .gatheringf was most appreciative and attentive. Ex-Mayor Hammer presided, and many of the leading Liberals of the'towii were on the platform. The town band contributed a number of selections during the proceedings. Mr. B. N. Barker, one of the to'wn's prominent men, was the first speaker and he dealt liaTticularly with the progressive legislation of the Alberta, government on behalf, of the farmers and working men. L. H. Jellff, Of Spring Coulee, who is recognized as one of the leading farmers of the south, followed with a rousing speech, in which he repudiated the statements made by R. B. Bennett, concerning the loyalty of former American citizens. He declared amidst applause that those who had come from the United States, and become citizens of Canada were only too glad to assume all the responsibilities of Canadian and British citizenship, �vea -to fighting the battles of the Motherland. Mr. Jelllff also paid tribute to- the-government's telephone systfem, TsifSfay policy and elevator leglslaitlon.' ' Mr. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., closed the meeting -with a forty-minute speech, in which he covered the legislative and" administrative record of the government very fully and clearly. He went lato the^'ihatter of the financial condition bf the province, and proved to the-satisfaction of the crowd that Alberta's debt was not a A Revelation df Real* High-Class Quality. "SALADA" TEA. used by Millions Daily. Scaled Packeta Only, 076 Black, Mixed and epean. WHAT IS IHER WITH THIS HORSE MAN BROUGHT HORSE PROM LE-BRET, SASK., TO CONSULT DOMINION VETERINARY Ttationto retiring official On the occasion of his departure from the city, the Knights of Columbus gathered iti their lodge rooms in the K. P. hall last night to bid farewell to D. J. McCorinick, who since the inception ot the lodge here has been one of their untiring officers. Mr. McCormick was presented with a very beautiful token of the esteem in which he is held by the members of the lodge, the gift being a set of diamond studded cuff links, together with a diamond stick pin. The evening was spent in a social way, short addresses being made by Father Rosenthal, F. A. Hart, T. J. Quinn, Fred Kenny, M. V. Gallivan, M. Mo-Mahon and others. ' Mr. McCormick left this afternoon for Edmontpn where he will reside in future. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding, or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 60c. L; Paquin arrlwlBd in town this I morniiig from. Lebret, Saskatchewan, witii a liorse that has been troubled with a very peculiar disease .since last summer, to have the animal inspected, and thp disease diagnosed, ii pos.siblc, by Dr. Watson, government veterinary, � located here. The eftorts ot all the local veterinarians around Lebret had failed to lind a cure for the disease, and it was thought advisable to solicit tlie aid of the government as an epidemic has developed, and the farmers arc losing valuable stock each year. The animal to all appearances looks perfectly well, and eats and drinks, normally, but cannot walk, and his food docs not seem to be assimilat-i ed. The same symptoms are evident in each case, the animal getting weaker and poorer each day until it succumbs. Dr. Watson has not examined thi.s particular case as yet and no report has been made. SASKATCHEWAN SEEDING RECORD Eyebrows, Sask., April IB.-N. J. McDonald finished seeding his farm two miles north of itownlast night, having sown one hundred acres of wheat. This is the earliest seeding that has ever been completed in this district; ; BXJSINESS LOCALS Have you read Harold Bell Wright's "That Printer of Udell's?" -Hear it Inti'epreted Sunday. 4.15 by Everett Kemp, at. the Knox Church Auditorium. Don't Miss It. Knox Church, next Sunday, 4.15, Everett Kemp will interpret Harold Bell Wright's book, "That Printer of Udell's" Admission free. "Every Woman Should Take "Frult-a-tives" LA.KBr.ET, ONTi, May lalli. 1911' "Kindly fiublisU this letter of mine if you think it will benefit other women who might be afflicted with the diseases I have bdd in the pant, but am now, thanks to "Kruit-a-tives",,complctely ctu-ed of. It ia my firm belief that every woiaau should take "Fruit-a-tives" if she wants to keep herself in good health. .Before taking "Pruit-a-tives", I wo* constantly troubled with what is commonly known as "Nerves" or severe Nervousness. This Nervousnes* brought on the most violent attacks of Sick Headache, for Which I was con-stantly taking doctors' medicine without any permanent relief. CpiiBtipation was also a sourcfe of great trouble to me and for which the Doctors said '.'I -would have to take medicine all my life"; but "Pruit-a-tives" banished all these trou-blea and no-w 1 am a well woman" Mrs. FRBD. GADKB. 50c a box, 6 for Jj.so-trial aize, age. At dealers or sent prepaid on receipt of price by FrUit-a-tive.s Limited, Ottawa. One thousaud Orangemen from 'Lon-\ don and vicinity will celebrate the 12th of July at Guelpli. ' NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES Women's commonsst ailrnont -the root of so much of their ill-he�lth--promptly yield* to the eenlle but oerttln aotton of Na-Dru-Co Laxatives. 25c, a box at your drusglst'a. NATIONAL onua AND OHIMIOAh**,  F CANADA, UMirES. matter, to be asnamed of. icipal It^t Relief from Eczema op,that aWuMtch from b^w iskin'. troubles - in Ood.e;.6lmpl�!,-. 9 D. Dl'-'P^JPcAttcrlptlon! � --idile3,,-a;fffeat many lSa!^ftve'')3een>'ais- of refusing to try this eoothing wash. All other - druggists keep this 0.0.D, Pre�crlptlon-T-|ro to them if you can not'comef to-UB-^but If-you come to our stoi^e^i we will give you the first dollars bottle on our positive no pay eruaranitee'ithat D.D.D. will stop the Itch at once.. D.D.D. Soap is a help ,;I|i',;:keeplng the pores'dean. Ask us l^b(>ut;it,;:f .' iisJi?!); Higlnb&tham & Co., Ltd., local Toronto, Ont., April-16.-In regard to the sale of the, Toronto street railway Ho the city, Mayor Hocken says : . ....... "Of course, we willhavo to go to the people for the money, but in the face of recent railway figures in Toronto I am certain that a three-cent fare may be offered, to all parts of the. city." "What about the price?" was asked. The mayor stated that at the end of the franchise the value of the railway would be in the neighborhood of $10,000,000, and by purchasing it now the city would have to pay little more than $5,000,000. - Let.Off With Warning A. Carter, . a porter in the Leth-bridge Hoteli was before the magistrate- on a^ summons .charge of ridipg a horse, belonging to the hotel steward up Fourth avenue, at a terrific pace, thus violating tne ciiy oyiaw on that behalf, Carter, gave evidence that he had lost-contrbl of the animal, v/hich had'not been �exercised for some days, and was feeling somewhat gay.'' ^The magistrate, suspended sentence, with a wamlng. natives troUblesoMe:. Bushlre, Persia, April 15.--Owing to attack made reoomtly,on Bunder Addas by a band of SOO.Bahaloo'raiderB; a party of blue. Jackets/Jrom His Ma* jesty's ship Peloras,, 'was landed,and sent to the British '^(insulate' for.the purpose ot strengthentijg 'the conpulaj-guard and asBlsting'tfie^locai which I did-with the result.that'tbepains'Ieft me entirely." . ;'!'��/'�;,�;":'-�, r-'V'. FRANK S.:XDB WANTED AT ONdE An Experienced Stenograph, erfor law office.  APPLY TO BOX 1 Herald Office $1.50 New Regence Silks, per yard ITsual values $2.00 per yard, with 40 inch tan navy or Cadet blue. Foulards, itl 7^ per yard *l^>fc* f I? Old Rose, Olive, Blue, $2.25 a yard-asuai price. Summer Pongees, CJlgw per'yard UJL . Natural grey or tan Pongee, 20 inch, width. � " Silk Jacquards, iper yard- ''--^vV^'h ., -'Oreen or white or plnlC'Shades' only; good: ^value at 50 cents per yard.' . ' 35c 12k Women's Cotton Stockings per pair Fifty dozen pairs of imported black cotton stockings ot excellent quality, with garter tops ,to be sold at the above price which 1b less than wholesale value. . Fancy Linens at 'Jh' . a saving of ' Several hundred pleoes^Bureau Scarves, Pillow Shams, Stand, and Table' Covers. All made very daintily from the laud of the : flower and Sha'mrock. These are fresh goods, not long unpacked, � Standard Carpets Special Prices Tomorrow's Shoppers shoiiid be "interested in these very attractive values in Rugs of standaril grades and in J'landsonie designs; Size 3x3 yds, "130.00 Wilton Velvet now $24.00' 127.00 Brussels, now ... ..$21.50 ,$18.50 Tapestry, now ... $14.50 Size 3 X 31/2 129.00 Wilton Velvet now .$23.50 124,00 Brussels, now ... $19.50, 114.50 Tapestry, now ... $11.50 Stair Oil Cloth per yd. 35c PLAIN SHADE WITH BORq^R- . Regular 50o. Value V. Window Shades 35c CREAM ONLY OF GOOD QUALITY CLOTH The Bentley Co., Limited 8835 79 168 62 052722 76 ;