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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^, III ' * r ^ THE T.ETHBRTDGE DATI^Ir HEBAT^ ITION WH mi COUNT SOME '>Lethbridge woman working '''' on models which rival those of edison mmE yEAR WHAT THE FINANCE COMMITTEE V * .^-_____................ 75c $4.25 $5.50 $3.85 CRUMB SETS-Regular .$9.00 For ..........-----...... BAKE DISH-Regular $11.00 For......... -  $7.50 BUTTER DISH-Regular value ^2 T5 CHOCOLATE POT-Regular value the south in considering tho , new^ tariff bill behind closed'doors,was denouiic- IRE'TROUBLE FOR mmm. mwm CHARGES OF CONSPIRACY BEING BROUGHT BY WEST. END MERCHANTS improvement and safety - of navigation on the Detroit liiver. It recommended the construction of a dyke to the west> of and parallel with the. Livingstone channel and extending about 4,400 feet from a point below the channel' between Sugar Island and Amherstburg. The dyke, if constructed, Avbuld be a:?out 1200 feet on United States territory. The com.mission declared it did not consider it ,was . called upon to ex- Toronto, April 17.-This afternoon the statement was made at the residenoer of Hon. S. I^l. Blake that the operation for which ho entered Welsely Hospital, had been performed at 9 o'clock'this morning. ? ? ? -: :> > �testing against  a sentence of six j months in jail, imposed upon two of their number for carrying revolvers in violation- of tho pistol toting law, five hundred employees ot the Grass-etti Chemical Co., af||Meadowbrook, near here, struck tMwy. Sheriff E. Stout and a (posse :M deputies were summoned to quell %^'demonsl'ratlon. The majority ot the strikers are for-elgneis. the men in Jail being Spaniards. . broke today, and the 3500-acre plantation was flooded. The water from this break will return to-the Missis-sippi,River about fovtrteen.mlles south, of Brier's. bill bcbina cioseu aoors., was iwuuuuwr ing. at POce,-and eventually .the room cd by' republican leaders ot the sen- was cleared while the comralttoo de- ti Liic � ocii- was Cieureu wmic ^w".."----w - ate"tod'ay was unfair to' the .public liberated privately, and decided that and t* business that may, bd'affect- question should be put. ed. 'A demand tor hearings^-J^^^^^^ Mr. .Isaacs thereupon said that the bill was made bv 'apnitors ' 'Pawns- assets'of the United Wireless Co. had end, Penrorje," Warren, Ctallinger'and been bought by the British Marconi enu, reniuisc, �vai.i.>s"t, >�,"'","i3-r-j.^-:-others who declared'buslnep'i and labor interests were 'sending thausands of protests against thfi' bill 'and demanding an opportunity to be hoard as soon-as tlie moasuie reached the senate. Co. for,$1,400,000 in shares; this lat bei- sum, however. Including various other "eonelderatlons.", "Yoii''appealed from Philip Sober to Philip Drunk?" said the questioner. 'ThlB is not very complimentary to lenate. . "ThlB 18 noi vaiy uumi"- Democratic senators, including Wli- England," Mr. Isaacs said. Kfnnp insisted that 'wW ,- that tho AmPt .liams'and SU'me, insisted that - tuH hearings had Jfoon held in Januaryby ;the hquse committee/an ,ways and Forty years In use, 20 years' � Woman's AUmeniSirpr, Mariel's Female'Pills, at your druggist. He 'Sdid that the American public did su'bscTlbe for Marconi stock. Mrs. T. P. Betts, 1/Oudon, Ont., has received Information from Paris stating tha't' miniatures, by her daughtev, Miss'Dorothy- BeittB, have , been accepted for exhibition at the Spring Salon. enforce symi*athetic strike Hamilton, Ont;, April 17.-The only new development In the strike'of garment workers and;allledtrades hero today wab thp threat to enforce a sym- ' pathetic strike: in Toronto and London, Mr. Carroll dsclaTed that unless a aettldmenf was reached by tonight, there would be a general sympathetic' 'walk out of all the shops in Toronto, at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. : railway teamsters on strike! 'roronfo, April 17.-^About six hun-:| dred teamsters from the G.N.R.i G.T.P.j and C. ;P','''R,l46ldi an.open-air meetlns this morning, and � resolved to , con-1 tinue the strike. .Committees from i the men*wlU.oall pn all largo cartage' companies.and try to induce tjie men' to strike In- sympathy. A "general stij'Ike will'then bs declared. Mr. Hlglnbotham. tho up-to-date druggist, has scored, another point. He has imported a large stock, of. that Groat' French Tonic V!?iROL and has been made the sole agent for Lothbrldge. Every bottle guaranteed. Being always on the lookout 'or the best in everything in the drug line, Mr, .T. D.: Hlglnboth-! am, has placed: In Btock a large ' cons-lgnment, of the Great French Tonic, V.IGOROL. Bvei-y day nature is provldLag us; with something new. : The latest medicine on the market in. Can- ; ada Is . VIGOROL., 'Weak and rurvdo\vn men,' women and ;�: chlldreh, can now  be made' strong: and ^ heal thy,: H very; honie ii-should contain fa, bottle -pf VltJ-, ;OHOTr-^the: Tonic that ife a tdnijf io. The whole-human System4s J vat once toaed'upi ,� That tlrsa,f dragging  feeling disappears: aiid::� llf& 'becomes a joy. � If jba.are'l not just .yoursolf,. go, to Higlii^;S botbam's druc st.oro.' and'^get' iitl^ �^bpttl(i^.;of? yT^QRpL. � ^�m'iy