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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satm day, April 19,1913 { THE LETHBMdGE DAILY HERALD Page % Here dX X^itSti Youwho have only halMiked is reallV" union suits of the past- ^^mm^^f^iaVAts^ slip into.a suit of the new, comfortable kiBd-the kind a man can wear with genuine comfort and contentment. Just ask for 73 PEl^MANS LIMITED P^RIS . , CANADA Glosed-Ci^ottjji The part that was always so tiiublwonift iri tlie old kind now sets os snug as caji be-doesn't gap- doesn't strain- Truly it's an ioiprpvenjent ypu will appreciate. Some trustworthy! "tore you pass every day has an array of these cbmbinations in stock that includes ^our favorite^ weight and: style. Ask for Pen-Angle Closed: Crotch - the nelw underwear idea, and look'for'the trad4tnark; SWEATERS . . KdSIERV UNDERWEAS% Just a Sun Bath r-Tthat's all the "Stamco-Klnfr" mattress ever needs to keep It, \ clean and fresh for years and years to come. Soijnd, dreanUeBSi slumber is a boon beyond praise-no reason why you should-not '' sleep the'Bleep of children if you rest on a "St�mco'-King".' njisttress. It is "built up," not merely BtufTed, ^pm the/'finest Carded Cotton;' woven Into ^beautiful downy layers by' special automatic snachlnery, ; It's clean', 'sanitary, durable- It's .'soft and. � yielding:, yet firm enough to give proper hygienicsugpprt tothebody.. Of. course, your, de(|lfir\i|�ri ft if he valxies higlj.eIi�W.'''^*4�T7:if' � you have any difijculty m getting: it write us and \Ye will t^ll ypu -where you can. . ' ' � " SEATS IN ilN all but two in medicine hat federal riding elected liberals STAMCO LIMITED SASKATOON -4 WhoQping Cou^K SPASMODIC CSOUP ASTHMA" CODGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COIDS ^ A �teiple, safmorjU)i>oplii8CoMluuidnUaxai ipatooce. I^I�aBOO^fto.u(rerer� from Asthma. ThoalreairWnithoanilseplIoTapop, Ipsplrait v^ith nery trcath, nuliea lireathlag easy ; �oathta thv aon> throat anil atopi the couah, asaurln tf ���' "'(H"* It l�.'"""'uablo to UDlhar. with yoiuii oWlilrcu. 8aa|t potial {or doeriptlve taaklet. AVU PRUaoi9TJI. TABIiBTa f Orthe IrrlHited throat.' TTiey aro alpipfe, tftecilve- and .antlHpilc. P( WW drugs;,* icfiom us, JOv. In stamps. , > Vapo'CrMol^ne Co. e2Coitl>�jtSt.,|(.Y. Leemjpit mileS'BulMini! �p(itwal,.Cnn.  j Program' for Mixed Farming (Continued' from firoal; pape). discussed:: hy W.' fbl^jlyes^presid^t ot the local board'Ot trade, Geo. Green, atopa the parwjws.ofjyjwopliiaCoMluadnUEmaAU^ at 8pa,n,�dlo Croup atooc. I,I.aBOON.,.u?, and'thp Siipply-ing brcfieajp'Poefl.;''''" : ''' Adjournnjent at Nopn After the discijiiisipn dn^^raiii) the adoption of resbjutibns ' i^ill i take place and be firilsJied ,b:y. 12. o'clock, so that air theUfarijiersv may jetum to town and gett limc|L:ii^ '^jne.'to be baote for the catile-.^^Ie^a't S!''? iti-The sale will he/'avri^ijsp^s^^ of some of the flrst-stoijkv'm Aij)erta, ari'd all should av^il ;t)jojntselye$ of the opportunity"tqijiUycKas^ ^btne of these animals, as ;itJ)3^'t:^ b? the very best for the l|ty|%,of!a fpunda-tiott foe a high gftQeie^^^^^^ f . On Wednesdaj^ .afternoon,: C. E. Poilard, pouUryiVSxpirt-JsjfpPitb^ Burns' Co,, wIU-,.!q?eiij^^on.,a^^ of the poultry i^fiuBtjyic:^^^^^ on the prBparatlon";:fpV*,subject of much mb^ent'tip" t|*y^^-^^^ on tli& aatdstactbry'::,'dlgppj^^ poultry. , r'''.,'::"^ ^'v'-P'i'^v mr. bury is surprised Winnipeg, �� April 18.-George S. Bury, vice-presfdent of tliic c. p. r., wheu seen today, with reference to tl)e reported.-trajiarerence of himself to .Montreal as senior vice-president, to succeed D,. MuiNldholi who may retire from the ppsftlon on J.une 1, stated t)iat he was aurprlEed that such a report should'have got into print,'and gave an 'eniphatio denial.  . St. Thomas will ask .\ndrew Carnegie for an additional $1D,000 for tlie library. Scaled Like a FisH Mr. p. j. Welmer, of your section ft sufferer from Elczema, writes; "l scaled like .'a fish-had two doctors hut'got worse all the time-after � using only three bottles ot D.D.D. I  can truthfully sfl,y 1 am cured." -This O'D.D. "iPreecrlptlon Is a mild wash, BcienUfIcally Compounded ito the E>. 15. D. Laboratories of Toronto. This cooling wash destroys the dis- ease germs and throws' them off, leaving the skin �smooth.a]j4...healthy. If you: are suflerlngvwfth' Eczema, Psoiilasis, Oandri^ft,. I?:|jnale,Sr" itch, any form ot skla djeeaVe, ask ub about this wonderful )> specific, and about D. D. D, 8oap, Which,lie^PslR. tho cure. � � ' ��' " � ' :' J. D. Higinbotham & Go., druggists. The Medicine Hat News of yesterday's date published the following: W. A. Buchanan, M.P. for Medicine Hat, arrived in the city this morning on his way Ottawa. Asked what he thought of the results of the election yesterday, Mr. Buchanan:de-voted his thought chiefly to the result In Medicine Hat. Among other thinga he said: "If the returns, ,wheji complete, show that Mr. Mitchell is; defeated, it shows that this city and district failed to eviaence appreciation of one of the most faithful public servants In, the province. TJirpughout the province he Is recognized, as one of the forces for advancediSilOgisla-tlotf in his party, and one of the best administrators in  the government. The government of thd- province and the Liberal party canaot afford to lose his services, and ff the final returns sho'.wtlT,at Medicine Hat has defeated him, there is no question about fihUing a-'s&ffor'hlm." ' Mr. Buchanan .was pleased to note that the Sifton government was sup-pcTted generally throughout the province, and that there Is now no-justification for any talk of "the solid: iouth." Taking a glance over the map showing the Federal riding of Medicine Hat, which he represents,* Mr. Buchanan noted' that no fewer, than eleven provincial constituencies are in it, either wholly or In part. Of these ail but two wont Liberal. The! cities of Medicine Hat and Leth-, bridge were the only � portions that went Conservative, and Mr. Buchanan from his knowledge of the s'ural parts', of this riding feels confident that if the vote was got out yesterday, Mr. Mitchell w.(U yet puli out ahead. � MELBOMD NIERESIIN WITH 30 YEARS ON MISSIONARY FIELDS HE l=-ULLY UNDERSTANDS PROBLEMS Colonel BuUard, of the Salvation Army Missionary: corps, in India and Japan, Is in the;jCity anl will address the people of-Lpthbridge foniglit and S'unday and Monday. He will give a lantern ; lei^tlrre.'.tonight at 7 D.m. to the yffung people and all boys and girls will he .welcomed. At oigh* o'clock tonight he will lecture on "Incidents of Travel In Many Lands." � Tomorrow morning a Holiness meeting will be conducted at 11 a.m., ahd at .S p.m. a lecture v.ill be given, on "Japan-its ouston;s, National Characteristics, Missionary Work and the Progress of the Salvation Aruiy" �At-th!s feature the Colonel'will appear Jh: native costume and wil). exhibit'curios and houSe^hold gods. �A-ti 7.30 tomorrpw night Cojohel Buljard will- give-his famous lecture on ''Japan, Jndla and Korea" and will use.' 100 beautifully colored lantern via\ys, colored "by Japanese artists. - .�!rhe"Colonel, is,, a missionary i.iou-eer...and assisted in the conimence-mont . of the. army^s work in India thirly'years ago,..' He has spent over twenty -years ill India and .laiian and Is intimately acQfialoted with all the phases of missionary work. His tales will be of exceptional interest to mis-slAiary workers ,in Lethbridge, and should be well lattended, CRilL MES DC ENS lOESOAy gambling case most import-ant one on docket-judge simmons to preside Asks Comipany For $5000 Damages MEAT WILL SOON -BEUU� prices in winnipeg are making the householders ; take some notice On Tuesday next, with Mr. Justice Simmons presiding, tho criminal session ot the Supremo Court spring assizes, will open. The session this spring promises to be the least interesting for years, not a single case of outstanding importance being set down tor hearing. Probably the only jury case ot the eight'set down Is that ot Rex vs. CLas. Beardsley. This is a case aris-lii;:,' out of a gambling raid last winter, ,in which Beardsley, with five others, was arrested. Beardsley, as keep er of the' game, was conimltted tor trial by Magistrate. Elton, after a lengthy prellinina-ry, and has been out on hail. The result of the case will have a distinct bearing on the gambling game iij this city. It is the first tinia a gambling ease here has led to a Supreme Court trial, and for this reason the outcome is awaited with interest. The other cases set down for hearing are: Rex vs. Henry Zeigler; Rex vs. Wm Peters; Rex vs. Chas. Blake, theft of wheat; Rex vs. Hugh .Stewa-rt; Rex vs. Robert Eaglelson; Rex vs. John Kinniburgh, breaking open C. P. R. ear; Rex vs. J. B. Wheatley, a-'sault. "Sometimes I Could Hardly Walk!" 2 Boxes of Gin Pills Cured Me MCY IS lIHECmL Because a coupling "between two coaJ cars broke and allowed a car ot coal'to -break away anti rush down a ^teep .Incline, causing an accident wJilcli inflicted on him several broken-ribs, Michael RcBS has entered a claiin for damages against the Leth- pth SlO.OOQ-.yptea by the council hrltige Collieries, Ltd., amounting to last night to tbp Publicity commit-?,5,000. The Wilts have been issued | tee, citizens are awaiting with some only lately, J. R. Palmer acting for j eagerness the a4yeiit of Jos. P. THERE TO SEp: MR. BUCHANAN AND MEET SOME EASTERN MANUpAOTURERS the plaintiff.  Accordlpg to the statement of claim -which is very,brief-Ross was on !campaigp may lie gotten under .November 7 la-st, hauling "coal from ' the entrance of ,the mine up a steep incline to the d^mp. Ahead of him onHhe track, waS;-another driver -with two loads of coal drawn by one horse. �The .coupling of,.the last car broke, and the coal came crashing down the incline into and- car, and In^'the collision Ross had several ribs 'tiroken. Aftei- tlie. accident, it..Is alleged (n the statement of claim that Boss contracted pneumonia from- exposure due to the accident,' the injury and subsequent sickness � incapapltat-i Ing him,, for work. . ?m is hat.dly llk^fy that the'case-will lib-"heard at the-civil session of the Sutiseme Court in- May. liverpool livestock prices ' Liverpool, April 19.-John Rogers & Goj'cable that on short runs >of cattle tho trade at Birkenhead continues firiii and dear, with a further slight advance in pnces, Irish steers now nvaWng, from 15 to 16 cents per pound, -, Tracy, of ;^agiaa\v, Mich.,,_ on the scene, in order- that the industrial way at the earl;est possible dat;. Mr. Tracy is due,,to .arrive oh May .1. However, Ix^om, information received by the maypr since Mr. Tracy left for the east, the .latter has al5e:;dy entered on his duties. Mr. Tracy , is now in Ottawa. He will remain I th^re for several days, his main object being "to meet W. A. Buchanan M..P., who-will put him in touch with lt large"-nqmb'er'.of- eastern manufacturers whom Mr. Tracy would like to meet,.-, -r-A-fter .leaving Ottawa, Mr. Tracy will^^atvm to., ^aginaw to make his pTjoparatlpn^. fof- leaving the city in wllloh-i}ie''hM'imade his enviable u-ecprd .lae,�l8adEqr. of the industrial mQVQmefttV..^v � ; The-Board ot Trade and city council, Ijoth ,-}^ftve a n/uniber of prospects which Mr." Tracy will Investigate Immediately, on reaching Lethbridge. � SUFFSRED from Kidney Trotible for five Jong year.s. I also had Rheumatism in &1I vxj Iwnes and muscles-could not sleep at night-and sometimes could hardly walk. I was treated H by some of our best physicians but without p relief. I lost over fifteen pounds, was very " weak, and friends, who had not Seen me for some time, were astonished. One day, I met one of our leading hotel keepers, who had been cored by Giu Pills, and he advised me to try (.hem,- so I bought two boxes at mv-druggist's. Ucfore I used one box, I felt a big change for the better, and before the tecotid box was gone, I was completely cured. 1 assure you I can hardly believe it for if I had known what I know now about Oi� Pills, I woirld not have spent^over doe hundred dollars for noththg, -when two boxes of Ohv Ipilla cured nic. Anyone suffering from Kidney Trouble or, should never be without Gin ril's. EUGENE fitJESNEt^ Chief City Circulation A8*9ti "La Patrie" Montro(3. outof your system. Be frte of pain. Beabletb-mlk Away with pani in the back, lUJeumatism, �nd r Pills. A few boxes now, will mean cose Md comfort for the rest o� the year.'- Remember, Gin Pills a^e sold on a positive guarantee to give satisfaction ttt your money refunded. 30c.abox,6 for f 2.50. You may trr them btfore yon buy them. vSample free if you write the National Drug and Piemical Cp. of Can.sda, Limited, Toronto. lS� Drive your old enemy o nd work and enjoy'life. .-Away with p; Kidfley Trouble.-); Take Gin Pills. A few boxes higinbothAm's .drug . STORE.lSELLS PINGUE: IN A WALK Redcflff,\iApril 10.-With one poll to come, Charles :pirigle. Liberal, has 2W inf^Jorjty in- the jiew riding of; R^dcllff. 'S'. E Every Womein May Have BejPiLUtifyl Glorious Hfii-Growing on her No woman.-Q'aiii-decorate her head With false hair- in the shape of-rats, BUffB, switches and: transformations ' and make it appear natural. Hair growing on ,the- acalp It adorns is the only -k nd that' always looks right, rriiefe l8 a grace and beauty In nat-urlant grQ'WtU-'Oi! boautlfpl -hair. ' It No^vbro'a HwjRloWe permits the Ij^X-' urlanat grpwtjij,' "0? beautiful hair.' It^i eradlpateB, the dfttidruff; preserves the Jiplr and givesIj^.the life and brlght-H,9BS of Hnqe-fe^l^V, health. /� /.Kvary wqmaln'fmny .have beautiful gloriousVaalrfkrawln^ pn her owa HERPrClOE head. ,- There ig no B99ret about it- uso Newbro's Her^ilcjde,' Send 10c in post^^e for sample and book on the CajQ pf p^f>' Htijr tp The Herplolde Co., Q^pt R.", Dptrblt, "Mich, Newbro's Herwflldq tllitiSp'Q- ftpd ?.! sizes la sold by .all dealer?' .Who' guai--an tea it to do ^ll-.tb'iS'tVJ?; olftlfppd,' If youfare .�"yput.�.jqf)JJn?y..^y,lU: be "refunded. ' Applications may bei obtnln^d at the best barber Bhopg' and li>lrVi/ dressing parlors. J. D,,-'l-;igln))o|;lJfiJe[J., ^ Co., Special asents.v Vjf, , AVinnipeg, April 18.-With porter^.f: house steak 30 cents a pound, sirlailft Steaks 20 cents a pound ; bacon v,2? ]; to 30 cents a pound ; rib rqast to 23 Cents a pound, trimmed loins 20 to 22 cents a pound, veal as high as 25 cents a pound,^ aim other meat prices in proportion, Wiuniiej; householders |ire be?inniug - to asi themselves where it is all going' tp;j end.-' � .  � -�^�i: According to the manager. of ' the meat section in one of the largest (Jst partnient stores in the city the price' of meats is higher here tlus spxliig than it has over been in the past. He is of the opinion 'that nieat prices will go higher-yet, due to a shortage in Western Canada. A comparison of the prices paid farmers per hundred pounds for live-, stock ono year ago today with fr-'s-ont quotations - makes ijitiresting reading. The prices are:, away hiehr this year in conseaucncc otia'pcneraV! shortage. These prices are Irr live stock delivered in Winuipog, t'lo lar:-' mor having to pay freight charges:./. One year ago the quotatlpn tor the' oho^ico' butcber steers, per .hundrcU pounds, was from ?5.Q0 to $6.10. Today they are quoted at from $9.86 tb $7.. Last year "fair to good," butch-, er steers were $4.00 to $5,' There is" no-q.uotatip;i under /jjhis h,'-tv(l thi^? year, lndic?\tlng that the' hlghoa't price is paid fpr-thjs class'bf cattla.' 'Last year chpicp calves were jp'tp" $6.50. Thi^:;year they aro $7 to $7.60';. and' voal ,is- a.'vory .scarcejcojnmodjtyi." The Great French Tonic � A Medicine That Prolongs Life VIGOROL wJU ,do ivJl we ;!.-cleam tor it. If no't, we refund'  your money. VIOOROL not only ' prolongs life, but makes the old feel and look-young. It restores vim and energy. ' VIGOROI/' takes hold of the inside nerves at once an'd . ,:hraceg you up.. Some of your nerves ihavefbeen dormant for years,- and if they -are not looked after wiJI dry �^Up and die. VIGOROiL reaches > 'ithe nerve centre, imparting life i- youth and vigor. That tired, bll-fious feeling is removed! all *your pains and aches are driven ?:away. The most wonderful ton-;le ever sold Is VTGOROL; Don't '.be .a burden to yourself and others; get a bottle of VIGOR-OL today and start life over again. Higiubotham's -drug store ,1s the only place in lethbridge. where you-can buy VIGOROL. Price $1.00 a bottle or six for $e.oo. Galgary,. April 18.-The destiTic-tion of- the Morning Alberlan plant early yisBterday pjorning, Just as the jZvvn^wsp^per'Vas about to go to press, ' was .npt-:w^thput human Interest storied. iflss'ibtliel'HaydeD, news writer; was-the heroine of the- fire. At the rl,pk>ot.hprjlife, ^rom falling walls, and over the protest of the pollbe, alio cftptfined a; few- men, and with them;'entered - the burning- bnlldlng and'W'ed; the.'^iibscription books and re'ij6-t'd'8"ot tjic pffic'ei which were simply invaluable."- - -  Through, her .heroic efforts the business Qffjce was: enabled to reeunie busines'ptoday,; just where it closed ye^to�rdpy. ' v The :AJ'bertan':,ls being published this mornlng.nt. the plant ot the Her^ aid. . ii|i.jround the World $639.10 ' a three months holiday 'trip. Use ajj-yj Transatlantic steamship lino to ^pnuect with \ ,' , \ r' ' empress of asia m '' '................. BAR SAID GOOD 0 JUDGE With all the 'barristers of the city present, together with Clerk ot the District Court Irwin, Clerk of the Supreme Court Wallace and Sheriff Young, and the> court officials, -His Honor Judge Winter, who for over two years has been presiding Judge of the District Court here, said' farewell to tho city of Lethbridge yesterday. The case of Miss :Fngll.?h vs. the City of Lethbridge was being heard at the time, court being suspended while the farewells were being .said. -, . : As senior'barrisKT of the city, C. F. P. Conybeare addressed Jnd^ Win ter briefly, expressing regret on behalf of the local Bar aijsoclatlon, on losing Judge Winter, and congratulating him: on his promotion tt? ^a: more inipo.r|-.&nfeseat.' The mtK^t' catdjal re^-lations- had always existed, ^between the Judge and the members tot the bar here, and he hoped that the same kindly feelings would. P'revni! In Calgary between his Honor and the members of (he legal fraternity, .r In reply J,ud|e Winter, thanked the members of th^ Lethhridge"" Bar.asso-clation, assuring theim :o{tlie kindly feelings that had, always existed between them; bespeaking' for his sue- New Barnes Coal Mine LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carlp�4 lots - PHONE 1476 CO. p. ShiiaM The family remedy for Ooughs nd.:CoWii "amloh cost) so little and does '0 mucb*' to cure a cold in one day Take LAXATIVE BUOMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money II it fails to cure. E. W. QROYB'S signature on each bos. 25c. . -- cefsor, Judge Jacltson, who would ar--rlve in a.tew days, the i^ame .loyalty they liafl'always shown; him. He wouia always remember his work-'la Lethbridge," and regretted his departure, although It would be pleasant to remove to Calgary, where his-boipe assoointlons were. ; His Honor left for Galgary today. Upwards of fifty applicatio.ns.have; bcen-niade for the vacancy of depufys collector of'inland revenue at lifln-:-don. ' ' '"' From Llvcrpool,iJUne 14th .^.Sorts of call-Madeira, Cape Town; urban, Colomhp,Singapore,' ;Hong r,, .- , ,, , ,r,,,, - .� ..qng, Shanghai; hfagaaakl, Kobe and Choice hogs are $0 add $9,60, ^ame .Yokohama. � J last year, but rough ajid^ he&.Vy^'f-^ lT011Kl to^ree)pqciife'')^puBhout the elec-;--'"|--'; -'tojii-falthfullj;, Have Your Springs:^. At Home 5 1^ . If you could 'go to Carlsbad,,, ;;*P take the celebrated batiks f or .8%n-|iki}V;,;-1| . your hot sulphur bath at home, 1^tfUAl,''t�l In every way to the world'p n�o|t;'i' \ famous sulphur springs, by n�itB|, -LIQUID SULPHUR at a cost of ^f'^' 2%c, a day. Think th)s over,'ein^'" '' you will be convinced. They are' v|r^,"'', 1 refreshing and beneficial to the. kenr !, " eral health. ^'  <;if4 LIQUID SULPHUR tones up tl^* fg^-s -.a tire system, Used, Intornally Jn' con-;;.t?,ns Rheumatism is' caused by' uriC'-nclo'-In the blood. Sulphur in a, y'QulS, form that can he /absorbed irit^Mbs ' 'bipod through tbei-BtoHwoh,''drj.ye8.put the" urio': aQia;-*-ffid:j;iSbi6ntoaU^ appears. After -once:cured a:fev,:'smttll:': doses two or thtee tlihos" a year will.' keep the acid out of the blood.V, ' Read Wha<^ TUq^^Hy^o Use 'XiquldHulphurVsji^u^ Gentlemen-'My IlttM ,bpx,'"*RIchard sufiered with InflfinroatPry h,ieu|f' inatlSm for two *^^'''^'''*'-^^"^ .1r.nfr.%.r, -Wrt,4lj^tTlttfi'-l did not help him. It has entirely care and would not bo witlipuil i  1 wish to thftpk yon ' lini,' ugV-jit for all my phlldren. ipntjjti in"- tha house for any money, pn-Jot the - " -  ------' thftpk ypn,!'JofetJi-P-'BuHering it hasiTclIevod in our hpnie;.i^*5 (^lgned5 Mriri^USfTlNO, 1838 1st Ave West, Vi85liajliMm|P You Will ijot TPali^ 0om Using "Liauicl Sjull^te^:; Rvfirv i,