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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April IG, 1913 THE LETHBRXBOE DAILY HERALD �1 Ciiuse for Alarm toss of appetlW Or d'stresa after: atfng-^ii sym^oia that should not DO �� Itiinat WhatVou eat but whitt you and Msnnilate mit dni^n vnn Somo of tixet 9trongeat are modoi'ato eitera. I oftUM more trouble tBan d ttoiaaoh, and inaay oontrft�t acrioua muladiea _____i diacegard or afausa of tUo BtpfflMh. . � urge all wlio mifter from indi-'gOBtioni ol" dyspopeia, to try Raxail jjygpepsiin .Tablets, with tbe under-Btandlng tbat we will refund the lUoiiey paid u� witbout questioD or formuity, II after, use ydu are not perfootly MtiaUdd wiUi re&ults. "Wo reoonim�Dd Bexall Dwpepaln TabletB to mulomors every day, and havo ydt to hnar of one m>o baa not been beaefttad. Wo belinve tlioila to bo without equ*!. They rfvo prompt roUol, aiding to neutrollze acidity, stimulate flow of gaitric iulae, streagtlian tho digestive or^Egans, and thus promote t�rfeot nutrition and CoiToof.unhealtBysymptoms. Three nzes, 26 eeiits, SO cebts, and SI .00. � You can buy Resall Dyipepaia Tablets in this community only at our store: J. D, HIQINBOTHAM & CO. UMrm TAt JbSaSS'Ro'* AUerta Then ig a Itoxall Store ia nearly avny town nad. city in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. Tliero la a different RoiiU Remedy for naariy every ordinary humaft 111- mbh oeneofally deDJi^ed for the putloular ill for whloa it ia recommended. Tbe Rcxall Stores are America's Qreatest DniC Stores PHONES Office 122V Res. 11t5 A RAINY DAY The wind goes clad in grey today ; His waving garments mark his way ; Across t^e plains' new green of grain He passes visible with rain, Slowly, as'he were s^d, r Wild comrades of past play, Where is tlia mirth you had . But yesterday ? The pattering shower his jiimwer brings : "Today. I muse of ashen ithings- Of other unforgotten Springs, . How faint-how far away !" -Amelia Josephine Burr. for the last time Messrs. Jones, Stubbs and Peebles Were Given Great Welcome by Miners Hostesses tomorrow :- Mrs, Alexander Smith. Mrs. J. Morgan tliis season.    . . Mr. McAipitie htis returned to tlie city after an extended visit at Bradford, England. ' � � � Mrs. A. M. Hicl�t: foil of'Hnoyr, Iju^ plowing on- stubble' ilftd �discing;,;? 9f: Iftnd 'Ploughed J'^, 'Tiif  fall' i� � proceofe ;{�g: and the "laad �-Js ^^wktugr ,w�lJ. ':. Seedlflgr..yliJ bo.'ffonorftJ,;in a fly;oi;: two.ipn; tho,,G, N, R,: nnii t, a jfood deaj,' of a.eed,;4s'}al>eady:ftn,f. Tho�itamer% are-; beginning tovJ6;st;,,buey, fafld tbli^, fa^ot iB;; likely to '"resnlb in �r^maUoi p6ll, 1 An* early sprino SUIT .Usfully. jatloredjln velvet.^ The ool-r^r l8"of vefvet and'tlie ooaj .fast^ria �ylth three buttoiJS.'',a velvet'b�t wltM bird of paradise plum6 completes tho.' ,> ,.C9�tMT�0� ' ' ' Wejtasljdwin.. AUa., April 15.- Cppfident of coming victory, cheering lustily fori tbe Liberal candidate and the Liberal, policies, demonstratlne their thanWuInespfOT the deliverance from tbe shandg of 'the elevator monopoly which � the ggvernment Elevator j bill assdres. and the determination to repudiate the oreanlzor of the elevator truatrrTthsj'politician who had con-Blsteutly fought for' the interests and the-� party. which he has in leading strings-six hundred men of the rid, ing of WetftakJwla foregathered wt the.smoker and Tally In the Empress Theatre; ttoj^ evening in, anpport of Ctiarles Olin. Of th^ men present at tonlsht's^imeeting by far 'the majority ara m.^os'sepslon of tbv? franohlse. Every, geatVfes.ocouplflcl, and numbers' of. men s)tood for nearly three hours in the alpies and time and time again, as reference was made to the record of the goveranien't,.tbq audienqe toroke Into thunderous applause; Outside of cities, such ft scene of untbuslasm has not been wit-n�BB�d sljuje the opening of the cam-, patgii. It all points to a, sweeping' vlctoryf thrpugjicnit the riding-a vlC'* tory mora; defllolvfi tor Liberalism than any preyiouBVjleotlon has. provided. polling dIvlBions. He now declares that ithe city itself will pile up a Bub-Btantial majority for Olin. The feature of the evening was the enthusiasm With which the audience received every reference to the-farmers' legislation passed >by the Liberal government, and their repudiation of R, B; Bennett and all his work. In the rural portions of central Al-benta, all through that sti-etch of setT tlement and territory lying along the route of tho Calgary and Bdmopton railway, and west of the Wetaskiwin linoi the farmers have forgotten the existence of the wee seven, who have no pollqy, and are Interested only In the 0. P. R. lawyer, who has a policy, and that policy, they arefconvinced, Ib nothing less than the holding up'Of eveiy farmer in an aittempt to rob bfm of.the fruits of his toll and an Insid �oui? offer to (dominate the grajn markets,Of Alberta. The first man to receive, compensation'under the 'Workmea'? Compensation aot was a Wetasklwin man,, jr; J. Gardner, who was, .working, .-when he' received injuries, at the 9wtft pac^^c lijg plant in E4monton. Parlors and city men alike reoogulze the' importance of this legislation. . Dr. Robertson presided at 'tonight's meeting, W. H. Gdell, J-. P. Cross and Mr. Strang were among the speakOTa. �i T m ON Til MAYOR HARDIE GlV^S ASSUR-. ANOE THAT DELAY OVER � , MONEY WILL ' NOT INTERFERE 4. Asthma Catarrh WHOOPmC COUGHS SPASMODIC GROUP BRoKCHnis covGBs com Bi|T*qM�MltI> in* . , A ilmpb, sv *ir currying itia MtUenUa ttpar, latpIiM with evary tmntW, ijialiw JirtijUWaU eafy, tjiptliea thu nan Vim^- �t�P> ttmOsttgh, mwlagraVut nlifhts. Cr;. e. VHMamHat:,H.t. sees no need in hurrying tp get it in operation dnrin.s the winter Vhem there is never apy troubU witt- impure water. �! FELL INTO A WeUU Strassburg, Sask., April 16.~Mrfj[ Jacob Spies, living norfthewt Of herei fell Intp a well ye8tei�)is.y, ftnd died; from shock and exposure. Dee^ase^ was one of ^he.oldes*,^Bottlers In'Shf^"' district. Her husband'died suddenly, less than a month ago. ^ , "You can assure 'tlj0 peoPltv.ot, ^ , Lethbridge that, eyen (hough there I Before tonight's meeting one of the ,^g_y 80,^5 ^^1^^ {'j, g|.tti)ng st^tt- >, prorolnenjt Liberals of the city pre- ed, the filtration plant will bo con-' dictpd that the Uberalls would have a; gtructed in time to iie pu|; in opera-v.ery sjUftU majority Ip tha city, and a tion before the flood water next majprlty of t^ro to one in the rural | spring, and that there wijl not be another repetition of the muddy water which lias palled forth* their:crijie|8i�>^ during the past three or fpur;'years;'! ji This was the.piost.\|ie^ mept made to, tile; Heir^ld^^^^^ iiig By )NIa,yor Hardie, who "took; is-' sue with the Herald repredentatlTO ^ over an'iod 1 fajWfi^; ppi3mri^5^i^^ %la^t eyeiiing's5;issu&^^ council to lose no vtime.';i||jipi[iiiis|^ !}n^.%(5phf,truoti9ii: otyth'?";By,'#|iniff,i^^ .Sjaypr;\jS�iyS:\that;;nOv:,st?ikpi^ pjade until the money \s tqrtlicoming. > But ]i4 (loeff>ot bBUeve^-the putilfsh' Bd statement' that It wlU takp^''^* , year to {luild tjie plan1i.> Ho is 'an- I xim to, h�ve .thp 'pJimt biiiJt.-liy'' t|e;; city eagipierlhg' liejartment .ipather t/han by o'outrfiot, as lie wishes to keep -the' money' tli/e' i;ity'.as, lijuch as possible. H? is- quite.;'s^iM-j^Bfled that I! wpiik on tbe plani* eta;rts.any)bi?pe during;, the sU'mm9.r1t.j. 'awtll;^i;6fcfreSa0f{{i#S;'-vpRetM^ ^i|ifipg|,iTsit�?p;^l[aM'noiip:; any uba>lils>mj;^,/Jt> 9228 67 ;