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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRH. 22, 1911 THE LETHRIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVKN Public Meeting The Bonrcl of Health have arranged 1'or a meeting of I he citizens of Lcihlmdge to he hold in St. Aiigustin's Hall on Friday Evening Next nt 8 o'clock, and to be addressed by Dr. Geo. G. Porter Scovolnvy of (he Canadinn Association for llic Prevention of Tuberculosis. Dr. Porter will speak in regard to thu proposed establishment nf the Queen Mary Sanitarium SENAIE V01ES He Is Jiislillcd iu Torcc to His Dciiuiinls Wllh Acute Indigestion, "Riill-a-thes" Cured Me, 1913 fcr FORMEH MEMBER OF LETH- BRIDGE, CALGARY AND 'HAT FORCES Tabcr (own council, al a special mceticg Adam 1. dctectire, of Medicine, Hal, to iaVe the position ot rhicE oi police 16 be vacated on Hay 1st by Chief' llullock, who has held the place for four years, anil was cil for lax methods. Campbell has a member of the Calgary and Lelhbridgc forces, hav- ing a and conies to Taber recommended. lie is a burly Scot, standing G leel higb and over 20S Its. WHAT TO DO FOR SORE THRO AT SOME GOOD ADVICE BY A SPECIALIST. As there seems Lo be a regular epi demlc of Sore ThroftU tils' winter Ihe rollmvlnff valunble recipe will bi Ticlcoincil by rnanv. A sore throat i H dangerous coropliilrit to IriflQ. wUl] ns llio bronclilsl LuUcs leaJ dtrecllv lo (no IUDKJ anJ Lhe often travels along those lubce Into luncs and (here seta up an Inllarnlna lloa Iliat Invariably resulUi In a scr loua lung trouble. At tho first elgn 'cf eorencsa In th throat or around the Ehould Beenro from your chemist 1 07 ot Pnrnilnt (DonlKe SLronjlli) nn Uko tills liomo and Rdd lo It '.4-pin of hot n-alcr nnd 4 oz. of moist eugai Etlr unlll Jlafiolved. Tnko one ln.ble- epoonful (our times a day. This give InsUnt rcltcl and will ueuall cure Ihe worst throat within IS lioure Tho healing and soothlog riunilllej o thla formula arc unequalled, nu every pereon s-ifferlng: with a b.i threat should give taia jircscriptl trial. U nothing uettor. ordering ParmlnL a specify that you war.t Doub! Strength; your druggist hue !t or h can It for you; If not, send T5o I Ihe International Laboratories. 71 S Aiitolno St., Montreal, who make specialty of It. WHY ACID STOMACH ARE DANGEROUS SclentiTt Reports, tho sloinach is ilangeroLF and fr qL'cntly falil, acid from I torroslvo iialure has n natural ten lo dralroy the mucoua lining DC Btornacti lUolf. No one InLc'.itlo nlly swallows hydro-chloric L II IB often present In nunnlll as tlic result of fooJ femiontallon tho stomach resuming fron] tbu che action, rrlikh PO frcnucnlly f lows Ihc cfilhig of tho tlalnlleat ai... inoal laaly foods or Ihc Indulgence Ial formal. i me. UK OUORADO CENTRE COAL CAMPS HOLD Op STAGE WITH MEXICO Washington. April Jc- bate.-und witlioul Ihc (onuaUty of a toll call. Hie today conuurrej in the adiflinisiration's Slrsican reso- lution as adopted Keaaio which justifies ll.e I'rtsUeai ;a armed Torccs ol tlie in tor s-it- lered by Hie naiion iu iJcxirw. On Ihe vjva vorc Totf, the were in pionoucced inaiority. A lew were heard here ami Ihcre or. the llcpuhlican side Speaker Clark pul llic Washington, April al 3.21 o'clock this; morning a j rote ol 72 to lite jtration resolution, declaring "That !lhc President is justified in the jpSoj'istnt 9t forces ol the I SI ales to cnfoTfe liis demands for i {unequivocal arr.end.1; for the afirouis irtdtgnUarifs against Ihc United Slates in Mexico. Tlic fiptiatc al 2.iO a. in. by a voie i of -J7 to 15 rejected the substitute Mexican resolution proposed by alor Lodge. It would liavc liascil Ihc 'jusiiTicalion11 ol the "use of lorce In upon the general coitfliliotis there instead the Tampico uicident a lore." An amendment by Senator Laiol- Ictlc to. provide (hat "attcr subiuga- tion of Mcsrico llic United Stales shall retire From thai co-jr.try, leav- ing Mexico and every porlion ot it Niu-Bustv, 0-ST., "I am r.olastrcnuomiirt-rof i or fattDt nifJiciuts, bul I hr.vt- ncarlj eiwylblng laJigestion aod Ihivcbccu so LiJ Ac-Jle InJi- tfeilion Ibil I was nearly in convuliior.a dud liAvl lobeheM. 1 have issc-l "1'ruit- and I liavt col auoiber since lakiugtbcui. is the only remedy I ever LStdlSul did me any aail J am jjrilelul lo lor unViiiK ir.e as well aa I iia Icxlay, everyone Uiat. 1 in lieallh. MyliuEbar.d uiuch ar.d lates has occaslOQ to utt A feoifdy for CouMipa- ti03" MRS. H, McRAR ar-i soM hy all dtaleis al ic-ca 6 for fize,, or will be sciil lo nriy on receipt o( price bj Fruil-n-luei LuuiLcd, Oltavva- Trmidarf.'CoIq., April rc- orl at the offices of Victor Am- :ican Fuel company from Supeiin- indent B. Vf. Snodgrass, said tivo ,eJi had been killed Ui Delagua camp nd that reported THAT IS CL4IM SET UP EY OH. STEEL IN BUDGET DE- BATE SOME SER10-COMEDY Ottawa, Ont., April much ftv grouud was t-omeJ by il.e ma- lo'ils nvn was volexl Joivn I jorily ol Ilie spcaturs in HIE builfct Lo 33. [debate which was yestcr- MEXICO BULLETINS Tampico, April 20 Pei., April is 10 have EaiJ that in ilie c1.- eal of an Aincrleaa aiieuipt to L'ampko be had recelvcc Irom Mexico City tbal he knevr hla duty as a ioldler. anU he wo-jlcl dj UIIHIJSL to re IIP! ihe landing, anil ho Washlnyion. D.C.. Aiiril man vessel docked at Vera Cruz, ac rordluff lo the Stale Dcpjrirr.Ent re- I anJ tbe iimnnr-e seized OC'O roucdri cf amir.unhlon and Diacbine guns couElgiifd lo Jlucrta. luformatloii l-.e.B Leeti recc-iveil ll'.al border palrols eeiied of aminuDttloa to Central officprs of the Army etflff here admit iliat orders for the use of ihe Army luusL tome before IOUE, dit- rlie WilEOJi's hoye olherwige. The rcmorcJ assaBSinntioix in Mexi- co City might cause the army lo move any mlnulo. D.C., April sition of ihc guoE und ammuiiitlon In Iho of ihc German vessel Yplr- niiga, wliicli were belt] up at Vern Cruz AJinirfll Fletcher took the was arranged for at a confer- ence Secretary o[ Uryan anil AmbaEEaJor Ucin- slortr Gerniaiiy. The captaiii of vessel Lcint? uri- to oblniu clmrancc parera aL Cruz, vll return the cargo to iis owners In Germany, nltbougli ilie Iliieita eovernmcni had paid In advance for the The cost of transporting ihe cargo to Vera Crui and return, musl be Washlnglon, D. C., April 22. Speaker Clark signed the ioinl reso- l-.itioa justilyjng Ihe President in'TIS- armed forces in Mexico at 12.03 o'clock. Sccator Clark, I'resider.l pro tcm- poro oi Ibc Senalc, signed Ihc teso- ihy and v.liich (iroiniies lu run en I fur some lime }et. .1. II. Sinclair, Liberal member lor Cfuysboro, who i? as or.c ol the serious members oi Ihc "and she takes in boarders" Tlie children ATC in an ins'.L- tulirn. Do you it, nun--lhal of slaving for crmvd of rnaki- ends n'ifel and to give ihe kiiLIJcs a dfcrnt education? Think a of tUtlcrcncc il will :nake if you provide for them now, while >cii: have cliaiu-r. have a bcoV which liov.- The finpcrial Life do It is very and if5 frre. Why nol write fnr a copy now? Don'i put 11 you may be un- Address: THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO 3. B. ffilkfcj District Manager, Tnr Imp-rlil ircurily of for even flWol Ilittility lo In pglkiboldrn. Macouo, Sabk., April 22.-Onc ot by Lhe coiiEisnora ot Ihe muni-; the mosl talked ot in coti- llons. Thts Arrangement Is in accord 1 ncction 1-ic ilisabtcr is ILe'sav with Ihe lolernadonal precedents eov-' erliig such -Incidents. this rcosneclive breaking oli of diplomatic neEoLialiong, together reports of aroused reeling am- ing ol pisht-T ear-old Carl hy Lhe large collie dog lo Ihc faniilv. liismark, as the dog is named, is a great horn now among illfd In Ihe hills above Ifce Canyon, j lotion after il had' been cnRuossed He said that in Ontario at the Ust House general election llr. Huinhaui, Cap- l laia Tom Wallace and iht ItinisLer or War ivere interested in the question inarricil or now that Shooting In Lhe mils north ot Del- gaa stalled at daylight- Several bul- Is struck Inlq camp but- no lunagc was done. An "aUacVing par- y believed lo be'strikers Irom tho _ jilar district, clashed with a paUy f filleea -guards" stationed at the orlh Eitle ol- tte camp and in tho ills above. Re-in for cement a were cni, the Delagua guards'from llast- ngs and Irom the iniUtary camp al ,ucllGwl The killed in Ihe camp were: Dave Donovan and Carl Johnson. Firing cased al 3.15. Superintendent Snod- ;ia5S, or the Dclagua mine, repsr hat the stale troops who came from jUrtlou- anrf in street cars cot lo the and jircrt. several ollcy.s, DR. MUfl) TOLO AUDIENCE SIRLS WOULD BE TAUGHT MOKE SEWING IN FUTURE Raymond, April MjHcr, in charge of the (ethnical education in Ihc province under the minister ol education, lecluTcd at the Knight Academy auditorium last niglit Lo a vrry npprcciatUe audience. His sub- ject being Ihe trend ot education and the policy of the government in pie paring pupils for vocations in real life. In the future girls will receive more leaching in Domestic science and art, dressmaking, millinery, and kindred subject than algebra Iriginomclry aod dead languages Hoys will be prepared in Iho lech nlfiuc ol every trade, or profession and teachers must In Lhe future he practical men and women outside Lh school as well as In. II? vfclUil the domestic science ant1 manual training rooms where the pn plls of the seventh and eighth grade, arc taught. Me thought that tb school lioiinl harl done well in sccUr ing the assistance fl[ thfr oflcreti hy the K. A. until they i place it in their building. Tlic doctor was entertained Principal Smith, who was hlg pupl Othrrs too In nd it was sent to the thc President's approval. House surprised nnd aniusrd hothjong ihc Mexicans, the feeling here is all the people In the toun, Tho sidca Ly an unexpected hue Q[ banter. u inay be IQ ,he iR whea 11lc the party is ir. powrr tltcr care two cent's whether we matricd or not. Dr. Steel (South made a lonR speech iu a more scriuiis vein. lie said the present could take particular crrrfil for what it liail fanr.ers.' At p.o time in the past hail parliament bren devot- fnfi' liioic attention (o the interests ol agriculture llinn HIE govercment today. The 'ileuatc was continued' by .Mr. 'Mcrph! (Xorth .1'erlh) and J. l.anclot tl.a prairie) Napierville. thai IL may be necessary ID (he near future ID realsi active attacks from Mexican Kedcra.1 soldiers. Everything la in readiness lor act- ual warfare, IT H must come la thrvl, and Congress todoy. took the final step In Justify ing the President's course thus far. Washington, D.C., April ong Ihe L'nked Slates marines who wgrc wounded RI Vera Cruz, was Pri- vate Jolin McMillan, of tbe 2nd Ites- imcnl of Marines, cnllsteJ on .March j 11. 1913T al ClilcaEO.'- Xexl of." kin, his inoLher. Frances McMillan, who lives at Maj field, itaniLoba. lj.rpdo, Tex.. April in N'uevo Laredo, late yesterday be- gan cntmluing, unc] lielitved the; some earlh and ivond splinlns lhal was shutting thc-m in. Evidently tlic dog got inlo the open air huL not Ir.ivc iviihoul (he boy, who in n inomems sufF.uckLly Irnni the iicsh air hknilng through LliC aperture inaJc by the col lie, to follou1. Alphonse Ds Xeprli'. a Belgian, 'altcmlcd the-acetylene gas planl bas .had cliarfic oi it at the. hotel for past Ihrcc ye.irK. The plant was in- stalled over a ago, but has re- cently been giving somp trouhle. he no doubt an escape ol gas ami an inquiry LESLIE L. DOWNEY Ho was promoter cr tlie Colonial Life Insurance Company, an cnler- without any oulcinl exlslen'cp, II Is chartered. Downey was laken lo SU Catharines, and after his [rial ihcrc musl Etand trial in Toron- to on charges of consplrlDg to dc- traud. Vr? probnblc thai moRt of teachers will lake (he rrjursE o( training oltcr- by ihe Romnmfnl next snmnirr at Mrlnionton. hi any form of nkohollc Btlmulanta, I liayo been [Jr. .Jlillu- .an JnclmlinK beer, Rire, llnncirrs. clc. Ihfy.cptrrn) him rtry hifitilf. II is Thla fcrmonlatlon cauRos pain, nn-j caslncsB. nr.rt Ijccausc c( iiclcj which like a reil'hot Iron, onil the fornjatfon of gn3 rvlitch rllslemlH the elomacli, causing cliorl- ntFj of breath nr.rl palpltillori of Ihc lionrt. Tho Lroubln being entirely due lo the unnatural condition of and not In Any '.vny to tho (null of the Blomnrti Unpir, pliysiclans hnvo adojilcil with rnarvellous Eucress the of ni-ntrallzlng the field and tfnpplnR thr, fcrnic-nlnllon inftnns of one tcnspoonful of simple blsnraled Ickcn In n llttlo mler lin- mcrlhlcly attnr cnllng or whenever discomfort Is fell. The Immediate re- lief following (he use of lilBuratcil nngnccia la strtMnE proof of (ho con- tention of nicrllcnl men Iliat failure lo digest properly IB nlmojt In- varlnblj- duo to the acid conillllnn of (ooil nnd In no nay the JoiilJ-of Ihe Blonuich or vital organs. HOBHOU6E HECEJVES DELEGATION .London, April lion. Otinrla Mobhousc, roBlmnetcr'aencrAl, re- ceived today a dcputBtton reprcstnl- Ing ovcry newspaper Inlcreat here, who wished Mm to meet tho .Canad- ian govcrnmoiU, In order to maintain the prepc-nl rale for .'British rr.Rsa- Onr privalo Opinion h (bat a who has inado. a'million nnd wnnls lo Uiy a ball rind wonM to Mailing Doalli Volley HARI1V (Gyp the Blood) Ono of the four In Ihe enlhsl inuiilcr, who was ek-ctroculc'1 on Kanler Monday raorninp. Jlc was preceded lo (he chair by llabbl Oold- stein lield the prayer boch ID Ills right hnli'J. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills raaclty mtcl the need K oflca iriKim every family fora rrcdiclno to open up ar.d regulate (lie REV. J. W. H. MILNE, B.A. Who has recently been apjiointed of OKawn T.ndlea' Colloge IJiietn's University Senate has lir.nnccd that (hey will confer the lion orary dr-greo of D.D. on him at tbe spring convention. vjrhppe by cleaning >nd purifying the bWl. In (he unit vaythcy or Rilio'.ianeFJ, Utadachc's, tlhm and olhcr common In the fullest of (he Dr. Indian Koot Pilllarj i: re about to evacuate the toivn. Their is. made as lu the specific, estlnatlon unknown. crial service for the llochhaus [am- was held in tiie school huuse here, uiieit having come Ironi Esteran to otiiciale. llochbaus will not rclniild the hold, and In all probahil- Mj will return with his (auiilr to thrir homp in Albr-rta. All Iho njnreil arc doing well with the ex- rcplion of Slclla o[ v.'honi little hopp ol recovery is entertain- ed. B.C.. and Knnna Hoclihnus will he shipped toniijlit to Clrassy Lake for burial. A oi the leak-age. The burial anil ihivimenl f whkli is tlie forces In ai-- Of Kstcvau, was buried this ion al Vera Cruz, is composed of (orcnoon in ihe Itoman Cntholic rfm- I2HI) men, of ivhom 700 already nt Kslpvan, soran twenty oi the in the thick of tlie fighting, wild 500 leading mm in Tilncoun (ravelling by more Hearing tV.s city from Pensacola aulcs to eighteen niilli on tho liatllcBhip Mississippi. Isoulh, (r< pltcnd. flrnnt was the on- If man in the dining room al the is arrLsi7E bring to Iho United States Ilic bodies tic. was amfmbcr of talloih or marines klfied at Vera Wooilincri of American so- Cnu and c-llhcr forward them to A rcprrscnlativc of ihe Inlrr- lallves or make final interment in a Klcvator cor.vpnnv ;5 cx nnllonal cemetery, ns the families trora WinuiprB lo lake desire. All expenses of Iransporta- charge of Ihr- remains oi James Pil- lion of lite dead will be borno by the, grlll. The. bodies ol Mrs. llochhaus United Elates. v Washington, D. C.r April 22. Navy Department today said that tlic uaval iorce at Tainpico practic- ally liad liren withdrnnn in order lo re-iniorcr the fleet at Vcra Crui. The only cruiser is the Ilrs Moincs at Tampico, ariil she had no force ol marines on hoard lo make up a landing patty. The Des Moir.e.s is au-aitinp, llv ar- rival of the destroyer flotilla.- Washington, C., April jrctary Carrison bas received a num- itcr of applicaiions liorn citizens of I honler towns, appealing for protec- tion. Tanipicn, April dnlvcs- lon, April 22) -dravc [ears arc felt here for the safely of hundreds of Americans, including many women children, in Ihc oil raiiips at To- pila and riicr points and in- lorior cainps. All ll.cse Americans aie said lo be unarmed ariil dclrnse- Icis njainst tlie allack of either Ke.1- r-rjls or insargents. .Manj oil corn- arc dircrliiii; (heir to return lo i'aiupiro. Washincfon, C.. April 22. It was reported here late tuday lhal the army and navy lioald had recom- mended llic resloralion of the em- bargo on arms al HIP Mexican bor- der and Hint the mailer had burn lakcn up u-illi Secretary llrynn. uho non lias it under consideration. R. M. HcLELLAND N'ew Grand ilegent of the Royal An caniLin Society in Ontario. IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SIJATTLR "TirilTi rf (Won" In 87d 03 bolh aVI'Jtelr iciublc. EUBOrEAS PU5-1I rtriijir JUDOE D. F. MaeWATT OF SARNIA (linnil MnHer of Ihe A. K and A. V.., was mfirrlcd at the Queen's Hotel. Toronlo, fo MlRF -Mdlonnl-l of Olace Hay, Nciv .Mnr.afjOT Hester of Knit Lake lias ilup on his lenin, clsn lif-rn Irntcrnlly--r.en rcrb.ips ljnai) arc Clreck lo. them.' OF CANADA Ready Money You Need It any yours for Ihe asking If you carry LETTERS OF CREDIT Issued by the Union Bank of Canada. It .Is ts easy for you io obtain funds with them as 11 la difficult for any unauthorized person to dp so., A. B. KINfj, Ailing Manager' G. n. TINNING, Manager GHAS3Y LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Incur new ifarBoz." No trouble. Ho BUFTALO.H.Y. HAKO.TOHOHT. ;