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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APH11- 16, 1911 THE LETHCRIDGE DAILY HERALP EGGS Vv'ere shipped into Alberta the Past Year 00 I.i'lhbri'dRC proportion. ;il rate of 33 cmts per dozen, rrpresviiis u daily iuis of to our district for each day of the year. Vaccination Law Very Clear Salt Rheum Began with itching arid Burning. Watery Pimples. Cuti- cura Soap and Ointment Ciired in Tug Ib Poultry buslnos In Aiacrla will JMJ- If properly conducted, for Hie best of fowl can lie nisei A hen n-lUi ciors beves-eigblliB While l.ejhorn mid oaecighlh Birred Hock at Agricul- tural College in the of Oregon tos a record- of 303 ejes In one yoir; at M ctntE a fioMa repre- a gross Income of. JG.31. 'A Word io the Wise is Sufficient" M-'ontlr.ued Ftc.ro Float II was a n-islcr Urolce i-.luiuary the board of health pccptwl .Mr. Tracy's arg-jmrnls awl ordered his children ictmcij to FChiol and Ihis on tire of op- position uf lit medical iifaltu officer vliosr oluclal duty requires linn ad-.i'C tr.c boaril in all ua'.lcis ___ liMlih. and to secure the forcriiKnl and lhf 'without ic-ar or favor his ul- !ficl-l district. The of the I must sutch' that it is not wilh- KT. j in the provinc-e of Hit tvitd ol bealth all. to ivhetl.tr v.ncina- !tV.n it. or is not. desirable, or whe- ther it does, or does intcifcic r.-ith n man's consclcntic'-s sciuules. jTlis duty huard o' health is Irr.-saibtd by in the 1'uliliu j UcaUh Aft 'of the province, ll is iiin- i" crnslruciion ar.d provided with hasdsla i nli r.o rullef UI.IH I ati fruf nJ Olulniciil. I pat tie Cu-.icura ft'.M- mjlnr.iJiarK-r tsiblae tic Cuilcura Soap in two llu-? jicrfixlly cured." litfisvt A.'BrlU'I. Mai I9H- FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS Tho fylloslns is t most cCicliYf end i ouilcal trealtflLnt: ur.rar tho af- parts qalho end of tha Dcger. but do net WrvJi ra the OlntniLnt In Cvo nibbles wllh C.illcura Soap arid hat nater ani conlln-jo for BOIT.B TI.Ss trcalaeois Is beat, on risi.-.a and retiring. At olfcer Ileus use Cul Icura oap for Ifco uilt t iir-.d batfj, lo assist In Innanut- tloa, Irrltalloa of tbe poriJ. aad sold flhcrc. w-r.J lo 1'tyUcr Drrj k Chcm. Cwrp., llc.-rt: II, BOiton. U. B. A. LethbridgeWakesup I ih'nk 1 may salely extend the suypcrt tut! ol every ine- nie--l insn In the cit) In tho nic-dical l.ezlth in the portorniar.te o! Ms official dull-, i I I K'littr's Note: In ihis case, we Iia.c the ruic- but sortie time ago thit all letters (or publication must U hy the wiler with his narce and As this is a ..letter Irom a proifsiional man on a topic, the veaEci: is apparent. icontlpiifd from front pats. It vs-ns 'to the Herald by one of' (he comriltlee on rates o! the Hoard orfrado that in previous years Ilio-railivny lias insde Klensions of time and'credit on'Elcc'ri coal, am! al- lowed [layaent'to be deferred until Ihe first of December. This -.vas done, in order'to induce the early Buchanan Makes Rousing Speech (Continued irom Front I have -10 leu-Hera tracts 5 miles riorth of the with full water rijjli'l, for for jier acre. The land adjoiiiinfi life bouglil for less ?135 per acre in large tracts. Tlicsc'triiL-ls arc ideal for poultry farms; some, with ideal silcs thus iiisunng'a jjoori wattr' supply, iintl imlural cmi.lie Ilie (fas Conipnny'S'iiiain b'einR-lialf ;t mile north.' Terms me nisy. After first paynienl of is made, I will iakc'Uaiarke'lin' and at Lellibridgc.uiar- Uol price. r> An Auto vsill be at service of'prospective every day. at 10 o'clock to enable th'em to see these tracts. C. J. Eckstorm DALLAS HOTEL, I-ETHBRIDGB Nails One Continuing, Mr. Buchanan said Mr Mklns hart nreucd that the American -der to induce tne of no or sloraise coal. KO that the growers he asserte Remember when we wore (hem and the tin cans and stones didn't affect the Cap. Give your boy some of the pleasures you had in youth with- out doing damage. All Sizes From 2 Best Value for your money in Boys' Wear is I! IN BUTTON OR LACE "BOY -W. J. NELSON CO. 620 3rd Ave. S. Sherlock Building wm_ l. lines would: ie clear uy. the. lime frei would hurt the rail It was nuite impossible that the man- ufacturers could know of Ihe intcu- Towards the close of his speech, Mr. Buehanan referred to the failure became due. and the operators would; be in .a posilion to-tslce aiiysnlzso.. of Ine'new.markets'oVencd tyi by retliu'tions. favornolo lo the idea of the ...r complete list o: r i.eatsm firiners ,aking up mixed far- the r'tes on coal Mr. column No. 1 IridJcztlsE'iiic present wiicat growing v.-ould Ths thurah prints as a means of 1 soaked in sweet oil for o dav. lol- I'.entification is used in a hew Eng- lowed with a ruKbing will, Ircsh lune. iBh tinio recording macliine for work- i Hubber nails for places where raet- 1 al ones would ccrrpile are a novcltf P.usl will disappear (join steel if. from Germany. of railways in Hie west to construe jranch lines. The C.X.Il now EC citing Bovernmcnt railways, naJ failed to 'rates -per riei ton; and column the pronged ratesjicr net I.ethliridge lo Ca'rdstoii RUM DOWN BY 'was pissing through here on MACLEOD: ARM BROKEN his vr.iy to I.elhbrWge-hai! the mis- _____ i fortune to have his arm broScn. Ur, Alia., April IT.-llun Xyblctt on beins summoned, dress ndvs-n l.v a car jusl ailer hi! bad step- crt the injured memher, an.l the un off thr; C.P.ll. Iraiu here last 1 forlimate roan after a short limo con iiis'iil at hr.if-past ten. Martin Maiceo linked liig -iourncy. Higli niver... lidsbury led Deer...... Vclasktwin rricana...... Olelchen .ledictne Hat... Maple Creek Gull Lake..... Swift Current Morse v. MoTliach if The Reason Why We are in trie decorating business is because we have been trained in that particular line from our youth up. The Reason Why We Him your liouse is because we use- only ficnuine Kngllth While Imported dlrecl. wlilcti we. Biiarnntee to r.-ear gcwJ for four years. The Reason Why Wo-3'ionld. doubt. aper your home is because we have thu tirst s in city and tho iiest without a The Reason Why We should iM yolir wovl: fj 1 advice without charging any The Reason Why We should iM yolir wovl: fj we givo you professional advice ivlllio.it charging any more for the work. 101 .'-.-'I 173 1J7S 1 .50 1.30 1.C5 l.EO ?.05 continue .to He the h tMnE tor ioanj- year, to come. II were Ideal conrtuior.s for mix d f u ug I'.Bpj Hon. Hobeil Kojenj osled if 75 per of .the Alberta cattle were not 1-5" shipped trj TJiltish Columbia! Sir. Riicnanan sal.-! ho did not 2.10 2.S5 2.20 2.05 ___ Bucnanan think le.-st r.ol sines the W1I Keep "I Tvould not." continued Mr. llucb- anan, ''favor the giving of any as- sista'ncs to the'C.N.P.. but't believe that thev shou'd of Ihelr resources Into the railway in order to complete it. If they .cannot save the iroilvay, then the government should lake it over, and operate it for tlie people of Canada." In conclusion, Mr. Buchanan ex- son tariff- came Into c'fccl. Tu? prosed regrcl at Ihe criticiEm of the price had Improved since then. J.5S i.ao Z.10 ___..__ which had fallen from the lips Mr. Buchanan declared thol If o[ some Of the HoiiEe. The Western liiembeif would vote they v.est was as aIisiouE for a pio- !-4r' think, they would all vote for free east as for a. progressive west. Uut the -west had rome wheat. As a Liberal, he would he glarl (o Iiave any member on the oth- nloro particutariy relatinc to er side of the House rleclare asninst 2.SS 3.1-7 Regina........'.. -101 3.10 ndinn Head 3.3-3 W4 Moosomin........ MS Virden .J Srandon Carherr.r Portage la Prairlo. Winnipeg Stcfllfr.. Coronation ;amrose lar.llsly Mnclclin'" free wheat, ccf.i-EC It ivould he a --10 good thins; for tile ciifrisilion in Iho district which E'.ich member might represent. 2-35 Mr. Atkins had eald the Finance 2-63 Minister Fllll bad an open mind in regard lo free wheat. Then the mem- her for Branto tad stated free wheat niifhl rot i-s o pood thing. Ari- p.irently, hn i-as trying to close tha 3.50 open mind of Ihe minister. tho tariff, which should he removed in order to make the people prosper- ous and hanpy. lie would appeal lo Ihe members of Ihe House lo imlle :in a slateamanlike mannpr, and en- deavor to settle those grievances. 15 J.COJ Agricultural Implemtnls .45 4.10 i 341 301 ..371 4S7 Taking nn the (iilCBlion of-asricul- lural Iniploioenl duties, Mr. Hilchanan i od'APPLICATIONS FOR LETHBRIDGE NO. 1 POTATOES Southern 'Alberta larr.iers evident- l.anipan liulyca Halcarrca Shc'ho Yoritlon Blnicarllr 73S 4.S5 ?-.Z.. Viccrny..-...... Ml' Hstevau.........501 3.B MnrylWrl.........KT Delcralnc........C2 5.55 S.S1 4.10 4.20 L25 4.35 4.45 3.70 Hjl fnid tliat wlicu liie reciprocity pact iy want (lold Coin l-olatoes, alter J.! was the'is.'iie. the Cffliservalives con- year lo he known as l.clhbridge J tt.at in r.'gar.! to free imple- Xo. 100 applications for three o.lO nm.f- u not go far enough. They r'otnils oi SFCI! had ton received hy 3.CO rut them- on the free (iie Board up to (l.is morning, the Xow. they had to be satisfied appiicati-ns coT.iins as !ar r''ffl witii ,1 rcduriic.n of 5 per cent, eh as an'.l east to How Isl- Wudr-r' and niowcrs. He tad uocii anil. U was evidently a popular move lnforrae.1 Vuslr.fSB men of the Hoard maiic wlini tiiey (icaiiled lo orld.L-e ttia'f within the past inlrtdicc this braml. S'h5 3lHI monibs price? or OKricnltural I'm pic- There is src.l lelt ycf lo SJP 4.10 3.40: hilj Appar- supply o ic-w hundred more farmeis CS2 4.25 )md anlicl- with samples rind a card to I-J rcduclio'n'in liwrcl ol Trade ivill unng Ir.cra Mr. White Intprru'ptel lo say liiat by rc-st. 3.70 S.S3 3.30 3.65 Ready Money An attractive feature of Imperial Life policies is the fact that the money so provided is paid in cash to one's heirs or executors st a lane when the need of ready money is most imperative. For it frequently 'happens that men's finances et death are entirely tied up in business enter- prises or investments which cannot be at once turned into cash except at conatlerable sacrifice. But claims under Imperial polidts are immedi- ately completed proofs of death and title, me rcfoved-- or (SO days atteiv-ards as is the condition Kith to some life insurance policies. And no egri few have to be paid, not Uwyera engaged to coUwt th. money. Wouldn't you like lo teive your family some ready cash to pay cunent cipetises while your esUts is being Killed up? Then (or free pre- mium rates today. tMe iotuiance ao only be while you are in good health, THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada Head Office, Toronto J. B. lilkie, District MaitjtT, Uthkrifce Tlit Imperil! JIM ot ItabUiti to r (of YO-J fiiould buy your I'alnts, Varnishes. nrnshcs, Floor Slnlns, lltirlnp. etc., from us 13 've arc in tills particular huslnrss. are the Sole Agents for Hall's Distemper. Ecwirc of Imitations. TliC't are none just as good. liave .1 large atsorimnn; of PARIS MAT DYES for niaking old hate looK new. Wellington Brothers Sherlock Lethbridgc. Sourls Bolssevaln Trehcrne......'. t Morden........ -Inierf on....... lon'.wnll I'lncher......... Frank.'........ Fcrnto......... Cracbroolt.. Kofi atecle.. Kcolciiay Laiullr.g Koslo......... N'etson nosslanrl....... Grand Forks I'hoenls........ Midway........ Sai.don......... 614 SIS CSS 7SO 821 .775 201- IOC 220 281 337 335 3M 430 4o4 ".20 3.10 330 3.6S 3.55 J.S5 4.10 4.25 4.35 4.-S -1.10 4.1.0 4.M .90 1.30 1.60 I.JO 2.40 2.40 2.50 a.oft 3.20 3.10 3.35 3.35 4.SO Sil CURE '.45 J.CO 1.5S 1.7 1.75 1.90 2.10 2.30 2.65 2.7f 2.85 2.SS Myrtle Ilahn Says D. D. PrescripMon is Worth RwikcfeJlcr's Millions Hci-. The British Canadian Trust Co. Orrici: CO.VVBEARC Lr.Tiitmiuoc, GEO.'W. ROBINSON, MANAGER Al.DERTJi "Ten years 1 nuSgroil lliroo yiars of liat lime 1 c-ouM not appear In piWIt My entire lio-ly was coverc-J the dlieaso. 1 could not (sat 1-could not sleep. 1 could not ''1'liave nl I.ial found the great V. D. D. -My body Is elf en, smooth. If ttere wcro one bottlo only of D.D.D. In Uio world and I had It, Mr. Rockefeller's millions cculd not Irjy tho golden fluid." Myrtle Hahn, (Watts HOE- Dnniiin, N. C.) How about yout If you have nny blemish or a illle rash, do not lot II derelop into name-thing morn serioiis. Remember U. B. Proscription has been rcccg- niwd for fifteen years ns tho standard skin remedy. 11 always rielos, and if used according to II should euro In a short while. All druggists sell this standard rem. edy, but if you como lo us. we will offer yon Iho Hr3l full tlzo bottlo wlili tlio guarftntco ihat unless II stops Iho Itch at once we will refund the pur- chase price. Asfc nlso about Hie canal- ly cfilclent soap. J, D, Hlglnbotham Co., Limited. 416 3.45 2.05 D.D.D, Soap Keeps Your Skin Healthy SEEDING TIME Do yen know that Invested in The British Canadian Trujl Company will OHOW a hundred fold or lo Ilia sum of J200.CO in the space, of 14 1-3 years! WITHOUT HARD WORK Or you can Invest your they small or large, Sft or 10% with absolute security and YOU HARVEST THE DIVIDENDS The British Canadian Trust Company I A ProjreMlvo Home Company CONYSEARE BLOCK LETHBBIDGE, ALTA, ;