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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Piidaf, April 18, ldl3 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 Thur. 24th at 2 p.m. Alberta Steem Top the World's Markets Entries Close Monday, April 21st Write ALLEN JACK* Manager eek -:- Get Ready The Big Event Every Partner Should Rush His Seeding and Take Two Days Off to Attend The LEtHBRIDGE SPRING STOCK SHOW and Alberta's First MIXED FARMING CONVENTION LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS, APRIL 23rd and 24th DOG SHOW UNDER AUSPICES OF LETHBRIDGE KElSfNEL CLUB, Three Days, April 22na, 23r(l and 24th, NO ADMISSION TO LIVE AUTOMOBILE SHOW in Main STOCK SHOW OR CONVENTION Building; Latest Models Shown . WRITE POSTAL YOU ARE COMING, TO BOX 687, LETHBRIDGE SPECIAL CONVENTION RATES, ASK YOUR AGENT DISORDERED NERV sometimes stsurt from mental strain OF indigestipn, but more often'from general weakness, and lead to appalling conditions unless check^. Treat fhecaase^ not theeffedt SCOTT'S EMULSION overcomes nervousness in a wonderful^ permanent way by nicking life-sUstaining blood corpuscles; it hour-ishes the nerve centres and acts as a'-bracing tonic to build you up. '*  Scott's Emulsion does not stupefy!~ it feeds them in Nature's way. ' Scott iSkBowhe.TiVjronfo, Ontario 12-94' IS m DECLINE DECREASE SEEMED TO BE GENERAL IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY Toronto, April 17.-The following ere the liank clearlags for the p'rln-' cilial cities of the Dominion for tlis week 'onCiog today; with comparisons with those of tlie �correspomilng week last year: ,1913 1912 atontreal .. ..$55,056,631 $52,763,953 Toronto . ^ 41.853,706 43,866,586 WlhnlpRg 25,^81,704 28,512,471 Vancoiiveir . 13.114,117 13,037,489 Calgary .. . 4,538,776 .4,840,690 Ottawa ... 3,946,098 6,308,632 JSdmonton , 3,920,636 4,179,709 Vlctcrla V   3,831,666 2,519,283 Hamilton .  , 3,553,461 3,040,165 Quebec .. . 2,958,314 3,100,858 Saskatoon . 1,953,940 2,167,030 Begina .., . 2,275,125 ' 1,973,117 Halifax *  2,-275,l25 1,973,117 St. John .. 1,346,617 1,828,981 lLoncloEl ...   1.954,336 1,757,543 Moose Jaw :. 1,180,240 1,236,415 li-ort William # 747,332 695,893 Lethbrldge .  456,170 679,869 Brandon ;.. 600,150 542,066 Brantford ,. . .^8,375 637,617 Totals ,.. , .1 72,562,465 175,376,494 BALKAN SIMIION .GREATLY MONEY GROWING EASIER AS RESULT OF THE GOOD NEWS BOW ISLAND WAS OTHER SNAPPY NEWS FROM THE HUSTUING. TOWN OF GAS WELLS Paris, A.pril .18.-^Rapld . Improvement continues in the Balkan situation. With tha troublesome Scutari problem out of "the way no question remaina which could' cause much postponement of, thai restoration of .peace. � Therefore 'the bulls have ,trloa this week to stir up a spe'oulative Bpiril among the outsiders. ~ Rio TintoB, gold mines and Riissian industrials were also marked up. The public, however, showfe no disposition as yet to, return to thii stock market. ��� \ Too many false startvx of Jateyho-ve made people cautions, 'Aaptber re tarding factor ts money, which shows no signs ofroaslng. Facilities for the fortnightly settlement .were held" at 4 per cent., while.caU. money is 4%. . 'An issue of 192 millloii franos Japanese 5 per cent, short term notes will be offered here next week.- G. H.Unwin.-assifftant.? professor in Bngllsfi and leetui^er iu the Ontaa-io*Agrioultui'al College, will go farming Ir. Alberta.. MAKES YOUR BACKACHE VANISH, DRIVES ALL RHEUMATIC PAINS AWAY NEW DISCOVERY EASES STIFF, SORE, SWOLLEN* JOINTS ANb MUSCUE?, RELIEVING BACKACHE AND BLADDER DIS-v 'ORDERS AFTER FEW DOSES ARE TAKEN ? No matter how badly you, suffer, how chronic your case may be, or what has failed to cure you,, your yalns will leave your :. aches vanish and the tortuous, killing baokaclje or rheuraatlam : will bother'you no more. . This Is what Croxone, the new. �solentlflc discovery does for suf-. ferers of such troubles. Mtcupesi these diseassB' reach-es 'the cause and removes It; I.-? It soaks rlg:hli into the: wall's and: : linlngsrof; the'kidneys and cleans '; out the stoppjsd-up Inactive or-' gans like "-tirater does a sponge ij � '"-neutralizes, a il.d � dlssolvos :� every.^particle'of uric,aoI4 and ' niakoa'tlie'kidneys sift fro'pi the blood all ibfi waste matter and poisons th^tilodge In the joints and muscles'to scratch and irritate and'cause* rheumatism- it soptli^�>ajad heals the delicate llnlnga.of t]|i9 bladder and leaves the kldaeys-in a'clean, strong, healtjiy;/;oondltjon, so they caa you filter the blood and ke^p well. If you Buifer with .backaobe- have pains In the.neck ahd sides -nervous or dizzy spells, a few doses of Croxon^ will relieve the congestion and .you will be, surprised how quickly all kidney, bladder aud - rheumatic' troubles will disappear," XJroxone is different from all other reifiedies./ It ds not like anything else on.oarth' ever used for the purpose., It: starts to work; the minuto.;you :take U and relieves your i suffering the very first time'yo^'use' It.. It is so prepared tbtlt it.'.is .practically impossible, to takp -It!into the human pystomz-wtliiout results. Vou "can s'oour^, an or-' -Iglnal package ,..ot. Orfixone at trifling cost frolh anynwt clasp druggist. All .'.'drugglsls-', aye authorized to person'a.lly return the purqihaso prliie oi -Groxone should fail iij, a, dingle pase. Bow Island, April 17.-Elections ave over as far as Bow Island is conceru^ ed. When the poll closed and the votes were counted, they were as fol-lowa: Total votes polled, 113; Ific-Lean, 89; Ives, 22; Smith, 2. These results show the feeling of the Bow Island people lii regard 'to McLean and the Slfton government Good hoy, Archie, you. have been getting us the results and wc are well satisfied to have you continue. Wlnnlfred, Whltla and Seven Persons have given Mitchell a good majority, and we are glad to hear it. Farmers-coming to town from the south and north in Mitchell's district are woU pleased with him, and 'will do their best to elect him again. The Rogers' Saskatchewan and. Manitoba heelers are working hard for Speti-cer, but the farmers in this district are too wise to be buncoed by whiskey ^nd money. They are hon^sj., and know a good man when they iee j him, and if the towns do aa well,as the country, there will be no doub't 6| Mitchell again going to Edmontom ' Welcome Rain ^ This district was visited wjth a' very welcome rain yesterday, and the farmers are wearing smiles that 'won'JI: come off, as the most of them havii; their wheat seeded, and the ralu'; wift bring the crops along well. Bow Is* land Is, as usual, ahead In the ses^' ing of crops. ^ Mr. W. .T. Fairbalrn and Mr. J.'H; Taylor, of Saskatchewan, were vlsi tors in Bow Island. yesterday,'. and were very much struck with / the hustling town. They expect to locate, in Bow Island in the.near future, as tUey say it is the best town they have pean for some .time, and they have travelled all over the west looking for a location to go into 'business. Improving the.Roads ���CK The government road orew have a& 'rived in Bow Island' and will com-^ meuce to put some needed improve^ ments on the roads in this district.': This is the work our Hon. A. J,/Mcj Lean Is doing for us, and we showed.! at the polls today that we appreolatei' him by giving him a good majority; The drew Is in lOharge lOf Mr. J. � BJ;-Conltlln. ? . Mr. E, W. Luokhardt and Mr.' R. Stone leave for Calgary tonight on; business'. 'Messrs. Willmot Bros, have moved; their hardware store to ""their new lo-cation on Main street. Their building looks fine, with 'the new coat of point It has received. ,A gang of surveyors, in charge of A.,B. Cook, of TabSr, were busy last w�'ek laying out street gradoa for the town. ^ Looks Like Busy Year A number of new subdivisions are goljig on the market now; and" Bow Island looks! for a busy i year, as they are going to drill a municipal^gas''woU' and will give free gas to manufacturers to induce tbem to locate here-.iThe Board of Trade are now looking after an industrial site, and In a short time Bow Island will be a town/ of .some iiote. : i . The baseball fans are busy practlsr Ing, an4 In a .week or so will be In good'shape to compete with., any of the towns along the line. JMr. .Robert Johason.- of Taber, moved, to Bow Islaud, and ba^ 'ftl�o inov'sd hlB fftmilj' here. He haB^ra&e(c\T^s-\ik all he said and did. ''Mr. Moffat spoke briefly and also Mr, Duncan, of the Claresholni Review.^ Thfe interest in shorts is reviving with the advance of the season. The football boys are out practising these nice evenings, and the scboclboys have been at baseball for some time; but the devotees of tennis do not seem to be stirring yet. We hope they will get the balls going soon. Mrs. James Blair and son, Kenneth, are spending the week in Calga'ry. St. Thomas ha� two cases of smallpox, said to be the result of lax quarantine'i'egulaticns at Montrose, a suburb of Niagara Falls. TAILORS' STRIKE IS OVER Winnipeg, April 15.-Two hundred tailors who have been on strike since April 1, went to virork again this njortiing as the result of an agree- �' went reached between the strikers and 'the merchant tailors' prices on V piece work. The strikers asked for an increase of 17 per cent, and were.^ offered a raise of 7 per cent, .and,, after a friendly e. $4.20 , m ' Raincoats GUARANTEED WATERPROOF "r':.'.";!!...,.$9.50' Regular $10.60 ' -QA' ^ for............ , 9Da.i.�i!.l reg.'fa'Oc; sale price, pfiir.. .COTTON SOCKS-Regulac IBcj Sale price, per pair---- The Lethbridge CloWm BUY HERE -EXCELDA HANDKERCHIEFS -, Reg. lOo; "sale jRrlce eacb-.^llp Ltam^, and citfyyipro. Spicks 'j^reg- 3Bo;.eala\mk9 pair'...... 7488 ;