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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD WiMluesilty, April For Dyspepsia If you gutter Stomach Trouble, and you try our remedy, it won't tost you a cent iJ Jt fails. To prove to you Itmt indigestion dyspepsia can bu thoroughly HN- eud Kexoli Pvtffu'fM-in Tablets will da it, wo will furnish uirdjchie absolutely if it fails to give you satisfaction. The remarkable of Rexiill Dyspepsia TnblcU id due to tho birth degree of scientific skill used iu do- their formula iis well sw to earn exerrbcd in their maiiufbriure, whereby the well-known propcnics of Hisnnith-yubnitrato and Pepsin hnve been properly combined with 'Carminatives and and Pepsin constantly rjiployed and recoj- niicd by the entire medical profes- sion aa invaluable iu the treatment Of indigestion and dyapepsia. Their proper conibinalion makes remedy Invitluablo for stomach relief. Wr are so pertain that thero is BOUline BO good fur sU-maCii flls 33 Rexall Dyspepsia Tii blt'tt you to trv thorn at our risk. Throe alaea, -5 wuta, 50 cents, and You can buy Recall Dyspepsia Tablets in thU community only at our storo: 0. D. HIG1NBOTHAM CO. LftUfUre A'ierta There is JtcMsJ] SIMM in nearly every tana I nod1 city- in tku United SIMM. Cwmda ami Great Briteln. fktn ia Remedy nearly every ordinary human ilS onon for lip particular JJ1 which it 13 r Tbe Rtull Stores aro Amarlca'i dreateit Drag 'The following are the in full for the riding of Rocky .Mountain and they show a nmjorlty for Mr. Campbell and not for Charles O'Brien us! reported from Kdmonton: GO1? P o 3 5 BlHtrmore Frank Colenian llurmis llillcrest 1'aaaburg ..i llnntr Dankbend I.aSBan The Gap Exalunv Kananasltls Uelli-vue Rravor Mines rarbcn Hill Llungstone .llragg Creek 157 23 101 2S 39 S14 102 20 10 75 !C 272 35 9-1 55 10 UH 0 52 10 0 1 60 161 31 10 21 li SS 11 1085 IOCS 513 mm iiUIUI First Mixed Farming Convention iroai iron; FftETTY FACED GtRLS GET BEST -OF HIS London, April Church- Ill, first Lord of the Admiralty, IB considerably worried over the loss of his pocket book. U contained confi- dential uaval data and which ho cards-oil Riviera. He has put Scotland "-Yard sleuths on the trail "of [members of an aristocratic sains wfcich''. fie.. suspects oi: buncoing Mm l 4- 3. ELECTED Owing to "ttie doubt as to the result in RocSy Mquntaiii .Herald 'wired the returning" K. Eux: ton, of Banff, and received the ".Campbell seveuty aliead', on.. present cpunt. El- ection conceded by all. them lor future said he. The objection of -some farmers against the very finest slock from ull tircly (or it is by Unit the fitrmcrs fcut out of the nit ami advance. "Aiut my exper- ience is, tlmt Southern Alberta far- mers rim hold their own with any in Canada iu the show rlny, and they should have no reason to be afraid to show against any stock iu the Dominion. "I believe that such competition brosden's the farmers' views, ami has a strong tendency to encourage him Jn tlm breeiliiii; of stocks that will como up to standard. "The exhibition must also have tlui support of the ftinner, if he is to helped. We uro sometimes told that expositions are developing into cir- cuses. This is not the fault of the management, for it" tho exposition tends toward the circus, it is simply fur the imnuwe of making revenue, as nearly every t-ApoaUUm soos in Uio hole on finances and will continue to do so, as ions na the farmer does not support it." .Mr. McNicol enjoined those pres- ent to become members of whatever association rould render them uW along the linos they were ing in, namely: sheep, catile, horses or swine, "it wfU nitnui org'imf ration and organization is the only thing that will help set reduced freight rates from cur old Irlend here, Mr. McMullcu." said Mr. in clos- Baais of Discussion Dr. .T. Rutherford, superinten- dent of Animal Husbandry of the De- partment of Natural Resources ot the_ C P. U-. spoke for over an hour on agriculture us the basis oi fill bsu- Iiieaa, "and Uie conservation of soil feriility as the main object of mixed fanning methods, and the putting'of live-stock on our farms us tho safest, quickest and surest way of retaining the fertility of the soil. Conservation of, and not restora- fertility, the keynote of the, whole address, and he made it very plain thai now was the time to to conserve the plant food, be- fore it was depleted, and what a costly, painful operation It is proving, hi depleted districts to restore the es- sential constituents (o ihe soil The doctor showed how the wheat belt had moved from its original area in Xew York state through the middle states and finally to western Canada. "The cause this movement is due to of ihe plant food, be- cause there were men In these de- pleted districts who follenred scien- tific methods and who are today rais- ing a a sood wheat, and as much to ir: acre as ever." "The placing of stock on our farms is the only way in which we will be able to retain the fertility of our vir- gin soil, and everybody should strive to promote uifxed farming on this Mi-Timed Article inotlced in this morning's paper that an editorial had Deen written, dis- couraging1 mixed 'farming, with the plea that no markets were available, or at least that when the farmers had been inveigled into raising the stock; there would not be a fair market price for it. "An article like that should never have been allowed in the columns of a Lethforidge paper, at thfs time es- pecially, when everybody is boost- ing for mixed ..tarming." Dr. Rutherford then proceeded to give some very convincing figures, the enormous mut- ton, beef, etc., into Canada, and he said that the only thing needed-to a market was organization, proper preparation of products, and improved facilities for moving and storing them during-the glut of the market. No More Cheap Seef 'I don't believe we will ever see cheap beef in Canada said Dr. -Rutherford. People here -in Lethbridge will buy Fra Bentos beef, raised in the Argen- tine, .shipped' to England, thence to Montreal and C. P. R. to Lethuridge, must, the freight on thia journey, when the finest beef in The Choicest Product of tho finosi Tea-Pro- ducing; Country In the World Its flavour and strength are preserved unim- paired In the sealed lead packet. BLACK, GREEN and MIXED. COMMITTEE TO ARRANGE CELE- I BRATION OF CENTENARY OF ANGLO-SAXON AMITY ivorld fun Jit- raised right Here. "It is not a matter of treating it market, but of regulating it, so that the farmer will set a fair price." In conclusion the doctor spoke of the political nulso which just passed, ami of the feeding of the far- mers regarding the men they hail sel- ected to help them get where they wanted to. ''But that old said lie, thy Bowing of two blades of grass where one grew before, Is very upt just now, ami I think that a man who can do this is much worthier of commeudiuicu and as good if not a better man, all tlic politicians in Christendom." Mr. Jcliff's Address London. April delegation1 from tho Urittsh i-omiulttpo of the celebration of tho one hundredth an- niversary oC pavee among the Eng- llBh-spoakinK peoples will sail from Liverpool on Saturday, to attend the confei'on.fM h> NOW York, wiih repve- of the Amoricun ami Cnn- j atllan committees to diseuss the pro- gramme for the celebration. King George Is -taking considerable Interest In the visit, unit will receive the members of the at Buckingham Palace on Friday morn- lug. The British party will consist jot Lord clwtrwau of tlio 1 Inter-Parlinmentary I'nlon; Sir Ar- thin- Luwley, Sir OeorBC Held, who t will officially ropfRsent the Austra- lian commonwealth: Lord Stanhope, Sir Herbert Maxwell, Prim- rose; M.P.; Allen UaKor. M.P.; A. (Shirley Benu, the lion C. T. Mills, M.P.; Morton Frewen, Henry Vivian, and H. S. HarriH, sucretary of i the British committee. Tho other roprofontntlvea will at- tend from Ghent, where the treaty of I peace was signed. They aro: -Mr. Uruyne, sheriff of the city, mid Mr. Vamvorko. the city architect. Mr. L. II. Jeliff, ppfteM.'Ml fanner or Kaley, spoko briefly from tho farm-! ers' standpoint on the marketing sit- uation, declaring that pi'ompt ellle- tent railway service vouM lie the means of bettering all the markets very materially. Ho said thai one shipper informed him that ho could pay 1-4 to more per pound for live stock it ho was sure ot getting it mov- ed. He cited one instance where a carload of hogs had stood OH the siding at Cardston for four days, the shrinkage amounting to many dol- lars. REASON GIVEN FOR PLACING COUPLE'OF BODIES IN ST. LOUIS' CELLAR THE PEOPLES' FORUK HASN'T HEARD OF ANV Lethbridse, April 23. 1913. Editor of Lethbridge Herald: Sir: We desire to call your alien- lloji to what was published in your paper in lait night's issue. Re. "calling a convenllon to settle ail these poiiticai troubles amongst the miners." We beg to imform you that aa far S as the members or local union No. 574 are concerned, we do not know of any convention being called, and tenner we strongly object to any local officers giving any information of such. Robert Peacock, President Local Union No. 574. WAS A CLOSE FIGHT Coutta, April the published returns from Warh- er figures for poll 1-11, were omitted, which gave Patton 34, LefHngwell 1, Scott 0. This makes the -totals, LeffiogTvell, 315; Patton, 297; Scott, 131. Leftingwell's ma- jority, IS. St. Louis, April Komni- chau, arrested when the. hudies of Mrs. Krnestino Komnichau and her (laughter Sclnm werfi ivwd shortly before noon yesterday buried" in tho basement oi u building at 3-U2 South Mroadway, told u reporter at the city hospital that her mother anil j sister were ufraiil of being buried iu cemeteiles. "They were afraid their bodies would be stolen, also afraid they j would be burled. That was reason I did not have their bodies i attended to in the usual J said. DIED BY HIS OWN WILL The coroner's jury. Dr. .Rivers pre- siding, which investigated 'the death of W. H. Price, who committed sui- cide by throwing himself in front of a C. P. R. .engine, returned'a verdict of .suicide, action of Magis- trate Elton, in body re- moved the morgue, pending the notification of a coroner, was approv- ed. The C. P. R. could not get into touch 'with the coroner, and notified the magistrate, who gave the neces- sary preliminary Instructions. UTILIZING WIRELESS Sigriapore, April is announc- ed that tho Chinese have decided to construct wireless telegraph stations of !ive-killowatt power at Panang and Signapore. These installations are quite independent of the proposed im- perial chain of wireless stations. Practica FOR Thursday COTTON The Season's Latest Scotch Ginghams lOc yard Check or Stvlpo Patterns. New Foulards 25c yard Fahrles, light grounds, with striped or floral dcsisn; other bonlered ottwitn. Check Dimity 35c yard Seer Sucker 20c yunl Thw now summer (ahric, pale blue, grey nud pink. Coril Suitings 80e yard Grey aud White Tan, or Plain white ScoMrGinglmms liie yard Plain colors, border check or stripo design Small or largo Wlilto Check. Cotton Voiles 30c yard Pink, Grey, oi1 Bcru Shados yard iUereerJaed Vcutlngu, or Ecru; 11 vufloty oC deBlgn.s. English Prints lOc, 12c, 15c, yard Men's Summer Pyjamas Light Mercerized- Fabric, In deep ecnj-calor. Men's Sox Two Pairs lor 25c Black Cotton Sox, wurrunted fast black. Men's New Shirts 'A ftill assortment of Men's Ixjuuge Sbirts, Boft cuffs and collar white or croam, with stripe oC BylC color or bulr lino Htrlpos, intvy or blaok. each Some Good Values in Japanese Fiber Rugs Medium Sized 3 x 9 fI, sit; Smaller Hugs, x 2fl', Smaller Hugs, 0x3 ft., At Just arrived, tho prettiest con- ceivable designs in grounds of deep red, green or fawn, milt- ed for bed room; hall or porch. When Buying Clothes Remember'the Boy is the Father to the Man' "AB the twig is bent, tho tree is inclined." If your is neatly and well. dressed now, Uie -gpod_hablt will grow oa him. Start him" right, nnd he'll have pleasure and pride iu keeping right. No extravagance in oiothlng is the contrary, tile, host for the -boy is good, sturdy, well- cut clothing, with a dash of smart style in fabric anil finish that he likes best. The boy known what he fortunately, we know too. Boy's Norfolk Suits to Blue Serge Suits........ Boys' College Suits jind Boys' Separate Trousers, S5c, and Boys' Spring Reefers. BLUE RIBBON TEA AND AH tlis other Blue Ribbon Goods, the CoBee, the Baking Powder, the Ex- tracts and the Jelly Powder, are easily in s. class Ijj- themselves. They are famous as the pure food family; The family that Is guaranteed to please. If they don't please you, your mouey will tie cheerfully refunded. Try them, KILE THE Manchester, Eng., April sentencing two militant suffragettes today Justice Sir John Eldon Bankes said "I would send you round the-world in a sailing ship if the law would permit." The wo- men, airs. Forester and Hiss Manes- ta, both socially prominent, were brought up for trial on a charge of entering the Manchester Art Gallery and smashing the glass of thirteen famous pictures. The the necessity oi drastic cure for suffragette. militancy and Uie a sentenced the women to jail iur throe months and' one .month respectively. They will have to serve additional terms of six months unless they give a bond for their good hcliav'jour on leaving jail. 'Pa must have had a raise in sal- ary." "Ma'B started to Ery things in. but- ter again." Berlin, April fate or Scutari has caused the gravest anx- iety in political circles here, which fear that it 'will ultimately involve i the peace of Europe. j 1't is semi-ofEIcfally announced to- J day that the capture of the Turkish 1 fortress cannot In the slightest de- gree alter'the decision of the Euro- pean Powers to incorporate Scutari in tiie future state of Albania, I There is, however, IHtls expectation here, either, that the Montenegrins will withdraw peacefully from Scut- ari, or that the unity of the will stand ihe test of an attempt, to oust them forcibly, either by means or an international expedition, or by .Austria and Italy acting "as mandat- ories. COMPLETION OF ST. ALBANS For twenty-five years Toronto Anglicans have worshipped in the chancel of what !s expected to be the greatest cathedra! in Canada. The work on the main building of this diocessn church is now being continued. The iftua- trstion shows part of the main .tower started. Subscriptions for the edifice were collected from ali parts of Canada- Old folks who need some-thing of tha kind, find moat effective without any discomfort. Increased doses not needed. 25c. a box at your druggist's. Brut tai CknOal Co. of ftnitfa, LMM._ 164 FATHER TAKEN, CHIllD LEFT Kingston, OivL, April Moore, living wear Picton, was in- itantly hilled by lightning last night, while standing in his tie had hie child in his arms at the time, but the little one was.unharmed. WON BALLOT FOR THE TOILER Brussels, April Socialist committee, which organized the; gen eral strike for equal suffrage Uucugh out Belgium, today received hundreds of messages of congratulation on Its, victory. Tho principle timlcfivor of thu strike leaders is nffw directed to- keeping the 5trliters i'rnm turning to work until the Congress efin decide (hat the fr'rike has'come to tm end. The Congress will tomorrow, Heports from the hid trial centres show that there were a good many resumptions of work to- day. Summer you ever come to see of a city? Farmer no; we see 'cm every Spokes- man-Review, trcss. "Made in the West for people who the Used in the fincsthotcls and the most modern hos- pitals because it is built up with the finest, cleanest and most sanitary Carded cotton, woven into beautiful downy layers by special automatic machinery. Glenn, sanitary. durable Get a "litainco Money cannot .buy belter anywlicrc .id ihe World, Jinoiatyourdenlcra. write us. S'SAMCO LIMITED Saskatoon. 5 ;