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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 22, 1913 THE LETHJSUlDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 it GOOD m BILL SUeVERSIVE 0- Goyernment Seems Determined to Spend Money on Roads in the Separate Provinces Ottawa, Aiftril 21.-hi the lio'use yesterday Hon Krank Cochrane 4ii ______^ moving the Mecond Vending of his bin I year'to"'TireeR^^ that tlic senate Uo danger," remarlicd the miuis-ter of railways. "We don't propose vo spend a cent of nioney without tlic i-onsenfc of the provinces," Mr. Cochrane continued. "Who will be the dictator of tlie terms and conditions under wliich it is to be spent?" aslfed Dr. Nceley. "The man with tlie money," said Hon. el'eq. Graham. Dr. Neeloy referred to reports last Save One Ton of Goal in Every Six The Economizer will do it. " ,  Whiie-j the cost of living has undoubtedly been growing greater, at the same time it is true there arei some inventions that will offset this increased''cost of living,' and the careful housewife takes advantage of these inventions. .On;e^^fery Gurney-.Oxford range there'is an Economizer � which controls not only the'drafts butualso 'the .entire combustion or burning of fuel- to create heat. .r.Hhis,Economizer will save 1 ton of coal in every6th?it you would use with the ordinary rapge. The Economizer is a sipiple device, absolute in its. control. By merely moving the lever you can ODtaiti any degree of even heat in-the oven. This insures the satisfaction of always having light, delicately, crusted bread and biscul ' '  " ^ Sight fat cows.  ' ' * ' i" 1 Thoroughbred Durham Bull, weight 1400 Iba. '  - i  2 Grade Durham Bulls, 2 .years old, -^TERM^ CASH- . ' ' , ' " ' PAUL AUDETT, Prop. -" ' ' ' J. A. SMITH;-Auotlbneer. ' , _I.......-......---I �^__' .iA'-ll*'/li'-lf'-" "i ^ i �> 4- and tlie bill for aid to high^va;^s., In the case of the agricultural biU thote was a specific amount voted; and for this reason it was necessary to -pro-|^^^,,,, ....., ..uo vide for the allotment of the money, i to serve a political purpose. Money Mr. Borden regretted that the I-.ib-'.'provided uiirier the measure would be erals opposed the second reading, and'spent tov serve party ends. It inistht .pointed out again that - the proper he spent in Ontario or Manitoba, for place-tO: move an amendment was-in.j instance; where Conservative committee. He emphasized the necessity for providing better highways for the rural population to give; opportunity to transport their grain to malcert. . . - .- ,Dr. Neeley, of Humboldt stated; that- it' was a mattcp for regret, that, the government had . not - learned' something from the arguments on the bill last year. If the statement of .the government, was true,, namely that the money was to be given - according to population, what possible, obiect could there be to incorporating this provision in-the bill. He recognized that it was ; not popular to oppose a bill-which- proposed ,.tq aid'in highway construction. 'But the bill as it stood was objectionable last year and it was still objectionable because of the methods by which the money was to be expended. He. thought: it strange that the local, governments were not to be accdrdei the right to look after their own fat-fairs. : What Would Happen ' � ' He could conceive of times-before a federal election-when highways would receive more attention otlier times. There might be a -time when the minister of railways would find it handy to put his Angers into the treasury and take out money to build roads in his own constituency, "I would not like to see one oi the . Coaidale, April 21.-Born, to Mr. and Mrs. -lohn Davidson in Lethbrldge Saturday, a son. Mr. Hardy from North' Dakota is here looking after his farm inter-Ijepts-.- , r Mr. Van Winkle arrived Saturday from Kentucky, , .;iO. H. Norton is painting the inter-.lor-of.hls home. : 'Mrs..T. P. Brown and Mrs. .Jones were, Dethbrldge shoppers on Satur-day; . ; Mr.: Skinkle from Lethbrldge canvassed  this community for groceries for a Winnipeg firm liist week. Farmers are busy In the fields with ^seeding. A number have finished seeding. DE WOLFE WAS PLEASED .' Minfeola, L,I., N.Y., .April 21.-Ellen B. Hoppei', a comic opera singer, known on the stage a.s- Nella Bergen, minister -of railway's road ga'nTS ^as granted a permanent decree of working in my constituency jusb;?:bo-fore an election," said Dr. Neeley,* divorce today from , De Wolfs Hopper, the actor. There was no defence. GRAY HAIR TURNS ITS NATURAL COLOR AFTER APPLYING 8AGE TEA MIXED WITH SULPHUR IT DARK- It's usually'too sticky, so Insist upon ENS BEAUTIFULLY AND TAKES getting "Wyetli's" which can be de- ncrc rvAMriRi'iire pended upon to restore' naturali color OFF DANDRUFF . ^^-^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 7 ' ^ best remedy for .dandruff, dry feverish Almost flveryonfi knows that Saga Ur.y^y j-jalp and to 3top f'>inns iiair Tea an-d Sulphur properly compound-' Folks like "Wyeth's Sage and Sut-er, brings back the nat;ural color and phur" because, no one can possibly lustre to the hair whdn faded", streak- tell-that you darkened your hair, as ed'or gr^y; also cures dandruff Hoh- jt does It so naturally and evenly, Ing scalp and stops falling hair. Years sa,ye a well-known down town "drug-ago the only way to get this mixture 'gjat. You dampen a sponge or soft was 'to make it at home, whloh^ Is brush and draw It through your hair, mus^y and troublesome. , ' taking one small i strand at a time. Npwadayp skilled chemists  do  this .aMiis ,t;equires but a, tew. moments, by better than ourselves. By asjclng ftjt piprnlngithe gray hair fllsapp^ars'and any drug store tor" the ready-to-u&e, a^'teym� driiggistB make 'their owu.^huti<-J " ;;;r AWARDED Medal and Diploma for Superiority over all competitors at the great World's Fair and at all fairs and expositions wherever exhibited. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER is the one great baking powder, for over half a century-known and celebrated for its purity, strength, and keeping quality. Its use assures the food against alum and all forms of unwholesome adulterations that go with imitation, low grade brands. DISTRICT NEWS RAYMOND Raymond, April 21.-J. P, Ferris of Gordon, Ironsides & Co., of Winnipeg, was In town on Wednesday buying saddle horses. Mr. Ray linight sold him -23 hpad averaging from $125 to $400 per head. ' J. H, Dickson of the ilrm of Swift dana^lan Packing Co., was in town Wednesday and Thursday and bought a car of sheep from H. S. Allen, and one of hogs from several farmers. The prices paid were Fi%c for sheep and 7^%c for the hogs. Mr. Dickson also stated to the Herald that he is In the market for beet catUe and offering- substantial prices. Raymond Is one of ithe leading mixed farming communities In Alberta. .John Powelsoa has Just imported a car of Poled Angus yearlings, to be placed on his farm south of town. He has also Imported two car roads of milch stock to be distributed among ithe farmers lu the Haymond district. ' Elder Jesse Scovil has just returned from, the northern States" mission where he has heen laboring for the past two years as a Mormon misslo^-,ary. �.  Mr. Griffith, chief engineer at the sugar factory, was in Lethbridge on Friday and met his wife, two daugh-tern and a son from Ontario. They have come to Raymo;id- to make their home. ~ . Mr. Roblnsop from Innisfail, Alta., has just moved -to Raymond with a bunch ofMiorses and cattle. He has rented the McCavty farm west of town. Mr. Robinson brings with him a family of ten, five sons, two daughters and two grand children. . ThesFIrst Ward choir was reorganized last Wednesday night. George O. Nye was chosen leader, W. C' atone assistant, D. G. Selmau secretary-treasurer, and William -Smith, librarian. The choir,Is practicing fcr the (luarterly, stake conference. May 10 and 11; The Y. M; M. I. A., of Raymond have closed their season's work and Sickneaa is usually caused by the accumulation- of waste matter and impuritiea idthin the body. Dr.- Morse'a Indian Root iPillis, enable the bpweisytha kidneys, the lungs and the pores of the skiii to throw off these impurities.. Thus they prevent,or euro dS�� � caw.��r'' 2Scab�P next Tuesday night they will meet conjointly with the young ladles in the li'irst Ward meeting house, and give an excellent program. All are invited. Visitors to Lethbridge include Mrs. Brickson and her daughter Ina, John Da vies, C. F. Tallustrup, and S. B, Card, and 'wife. George W. Green, manager ot the Ellison Milling Co., was in town on Saturdaj'. �, Mrs. W. S. Rouse and *rrs. ''John Kenuey are visiting Mrs, Foster, Mr. Rouse's sister, at Eldrldge's . ranch, softtb of Spring Coulee. M. Y. Croxall has Just purchased a new Ford car. Z. N. Skouson made a flying trip to Taber on business. Mr. Turley and (irant Young ot Lethbridge spent Sunday In Raymond. SUFFRAGISTS ARE COLEMAN: Coleman, April 21.--'Principal Mlt-', cheil,, of the Coleman public school,' is arranging for a tri-sohcol baseball league, to be compose^l _of Coleman,^ Blairmore and Frank public school' pupils. 'Sam Charlton, ot Hlllcrest, has received, the Bishop of C.algary's license to officiate as lay reader under ,the direction of Rev. Watlcins-Jones in any town-In his district. Plante & Antel, local liverymen,: have added a new Ford, flve-passenger flar to their livery and wer.e giving the new car a try-out'yesiterday. ' The new MaaoTilc hall at Hlllcrest -will be opened nextFriday night,, April'25, hy a ball, which promises to eclipse anything of the.kind pi'�-' viously s^ttempted in ,!fhd Pass. Some 200 Invltatitfn^ have -boen sent out to Masons and their ladies and elaborate preparations are being completed for their anlertainpient. A nest of the Order oti Owls was organized alt Blairmore this * afternoon and a nest at Coleman this eviening. . There are over 200 charter membera in the. two lodjgeB.. Constable Gramt, of the Momitefl Police, has 'been promoted to the rank of corpoml. - And almost ; im-' mediately came the news that he had been transferred to Standoff on the. Blood Indian reserve, 22 miles south of Macleod. Corporal Grant has been stationed at Coleman ' for neiarly three years, coming here two years ago last August. During that; time he has firmly entrenched hlmiself in the hearts'" of the people by his iinl-for,m courtesy and ^fearlessness hi the discharge of lils;- duties, ,. 'The' tOToign element have }learned td r* spect him and when he -went aftoT a, man, ther.e was no' argument. ;-,Tlie man' simply ^ went; along'without protest. .Both the Corporal and Mrs. Grant will be greatly missed v by a large circle of friends, and acquain-' tances,,i'Qey leave' tor Hheir uow. home tomorrow, carrying' with them-ithe best. 'Wishes ot the lentlre'community, , I are GOING TO ;eDMOI^TQN, WInplpeg, April 20.-Edmonto;} captured, the" next convention 'ot-the'Canadian ' Institute of JonlVary 'lEJlgln-eers, At a special meeting of l^ho dissociation on. Saturday aftarii/wn, the' delegates .accepted' ah-,- ijivWat'lori of the Albferta city-,; - --J', k*"' London, April ^.-7-DIstralnt was levied, today upon Du6hess Adelaide of Bedford, an. ardent suffrayist, fo'iv^ non-payment of her taxes. A; silver -cup was taken to satisfy the claims of the tax collector. The Duchess took this meanp"'cf''; showing her hostility to 'the- taxation a-of women while they are stiU'without, the franchise. : "Arson squads" of militant sulfta'r- ; gettes Were out in several places'Idslfs': night. �' Thdyi burned' ,-a' 'hayrack;'-!l;Iri';4' Wiltahne, belonging to the father of Charles Hobhouse, the chancellor ,oi the Duchy of Lancaster, arid.'they set on fire the grand sta'ndi at. the- OxtJj,! ford football,grounds,- but-.the^flaineas^s were quenched'by a watch'inaii li^for^Spi they had spread. , \ mm WIFE SAVED FROM Tells How Sick She Was Ati^d-What Saved Her From An Operation. Upp�rSandusky,,Ohio.-"Throe yeanV ago 1 �was married aad went to hoifise-' s ' keeping. , I ^was not could' 'hardly drag myself along. ,)I]l)d .such tir^d fe'elinifs, ' my back ache'd, my sides ached; I had bladder trouble aw-fullybaid, and Icbiild not eat or sleep. I had headaches, too, arid became almost a ner-. , ;vi)us wreck; My doc-iij tor told me to go to a hospital. I did not like that idea very well, so, whep']'^ ''Saw your advertisement in a paper, 1 wrote to you for advice; and have done ae;;;, you told me. I have .taken Lydia^E. Plnkhain's Vegetable Compound arid 'Liver Pills, and now I have my health. "If sick and ailing'worjien would onlj �.''I .Ohio. ""�'^Z ' ''1 If -you have mysterious pains, irrega;. | larity, backache, extreme neirvousn^ss^''* Inflammation, ulceration or.dJf]' ment, don't wait too long, but f -"' is: Pinkhanv's Vegetable Conptp" ' For tliirtyryears Lydja^T 7egetable Coriipqund, M&C' ind herb'8,^M been thesiS �tDj'Jfemalo ills^snd, sucji'i' ' te3tirriony'�iSjti^e'!e|ovo''7-Sf this famous'femo''" 77 A$0A 33 ;