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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIOGE DAILY HERAtD Wedncsflty, April 23, 11)13. i T , -"r - r I Ppr Dysjpepsla ydU suffer Stomach Trouble, la youtty our remedy, It won't Mi you a cent ii It falls. i:^: To prove to you that indiffoatiou "ad dyspopsln can bo thoroiiRijly ro-6vcd and thnt Hciall nyRi)cpstft bleta wilt do it, wo will furnish ,v -.� medicine abamlutoly troo if it [V taUa to give you eatisfaction. i'c The roraarkftblo micoess of RexaJl ; .Py�pepBia Tablets is due to tho high f ,�eKrcc of scicntifio skiU used in dft-�.'fc VOTDg their fontiula na well as to the '^�*nro exercised in thoir nianufaeture, i:> whereby the wclJ-known properties ^rof Bisnnith-Subnitrato and Pcpain ..have been properlj' corob.nod with �^.^IpamiinBtivcs and other ascntx. * BiBmuth-Subnilratft aod Pepsin . ire constantly cnployed and rcooff-jlUed by the entire medieal proffii-'-Jfeion as invaluable in the treatment of Indigestion �nd d>'eprp8\a. Their '.^proper combination makes a remedy lovaluablo for stomach relief. We are so certain that there is ftothjng 80 good for stomach Hln as � Bexall Dyspcpeia Tablets that wo urge to try them at oiu* risk. Three ;;aUes, 25 cents. 50 cents, and $1.00, You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets inthta community only at our store: J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO. Thirt is a Rexal! Sloro in nearly every town liMid city in the UnilM atM�8. Cunrnda and grsat Briuln. Jhrtn h a diflerorn First Mixed Farming Convention (Continued trom front page) > , ----,1-----" -' H^Xftll JWBiKly for nearly every ordinary hmn�n iU - foT'^bich It b recommended. "t*?^^' ^^twigned lor the ptrticulirf iU CO It a recommended. 7I># Rmlt Stern are Amerfca'c QrmUtt Dmg Stores ROCKY iUNTl ELECIS BELL following are the returns In full for the riding of Rocky Mountain and they show u niajorlly for Mr. Catupbell and not for Charles O'Brien ar reported from Edmonton: o o ^ * S- 2. ? s = Blalrmoro........ iJY 75 50 Prank ........... 23 46 42 Coleman.......... 104 272 112 Barm is........... 3S a5 � HHlcreat ,......... 39 i)4 IT PnsBburg......... 17 C8 3i Camnore.......... 75 55 25 Banff............ 214 40 . 7S Bankhead......... 102 IK] 13 1-aggEn........... 20 5 4 The Gap.......... 10 0 0 ExBhaw ........... 52 10 20 Kianana-^kls ....... 0 1 8 BellpTUe.......... '>0 361 21 Lundbreck........ 'M 10 24 GUHnphara ........ 24 \\ 12 n?aver Minos....... 08 41 30 Cavbcu UiH ....... 4 5 0 .Sfvrhe............ 10 20 2 Uvl-gstone........ la 1 S Uragg Creek....... 1 0 T 1085 lOOS 51.-3 them for future oxhfblts/* said be. Thi* objection of soinv frtnnerR against the very finest stock from all ovor Canada, Nvas, he m:itntuinod, on-tlroly unfounded, for it is by this means that the farmers 8*�t out of tho nU and advance. ".\nd my exper-ienco in^ that Southern Alberta farmers cnn hold their own with any In Canada In the show ring, and they should have no reason to be afraid to show against any stock lu the Dominion. *'I believe that s-uch competition broaden*s the farmers' views, and has a strong tendency to oncourage him in the breeding of stocks that will come up to Btan the result in Rocky Mountain riding, the Herald wired the returalng' officer, , X.. K. Lux-ton, of Banff, and received the following: "Campbell peventy ahead on present ccunt. Election conceded by all." *5^:*8* V V t^ ? ^ *J* ^ V ? Dr. Rutherford then proceeded to give some very convincing figures, j showing the enormous imports cf mutton, beef, etc., into Canada, and he said that the only thing needed to aasume a market was organization, proper preparation of products, and improved facilities for moving and Btoripg them during .the glut of the market. No More Cheap Beef "I don't Delleve we will ever see cheap beef in Canada again," said Dr. Rytherford. People here in Lethbridge will buy Fra BentOB beef, raised In the Argentine, shipped to England, thence to Montreal and C. P. R. to Lethbridge, paying as they must, the trelght on this journey, when the finest beef in Coutts. April 22.-in the ? published returns from Warn- > ^ .> ^ ^ ^ 4 c* UTILIZING WIRELESS Signapore, April 23.-U i� announced that the Chinese have decided to construct wireless telegraph stations of flve-klUowatt power at Panang and Signapore. These Installations are quite Independent of the proposed Imperial chain of wireless sta-tions. Men's Summer Pyjamas Light Mercerized Fabric, in deep ecrj color. Men's Sox Two Pairs for 25c Black Cotton Sox, warranted fast black. Men's New Shirts 'A full asBortment of Men's Lounge Shirts, soft cuffs and collar attached, plain w'hite or cream, with stripe of self color or hair line stripes, navy or black. $1.50 each Some Good Values in Japanese Fiber Rugs Just arrived, the prettiest conceivable designs in grounds of deep red, green or fawn, suited for bed room, hall or porch. Mod in 111 Sized Rugs, 3 x 9 ft. at }p4.{>5 Bmaller Hugs, 4^' x 2"', at......._____... $1.25 Smaller Kugs, 6x3 ft., at , $1.75 - ^ BLUE RIBBON AND TEA r.|All the other Blue Ribbon Goods, the Coffee, the Baking Powder, the llractB and tba Jelly Powder, are easily in a clajis by themselves. They fare famous as the pure food family. The family that is guaranteed to ! nieafie. If they don't please you, your money will be cheerfully refunded, them. When Buying Clothes Remember 'the Boy is the Father to the Man' "As the twig i-s bent, the tree is inclined." If your boy is neatly and well dressed now, the good habit will grow on him. Start him right, and he'll have plea-sure and pride in keeping right. No extravagance In clothing Is advisod-on tho contrary, (>he host for the boy in good, sturdy, well-cut clothing, with a dash ot smart style in fabric and fiuiKh that he likt^,s best. The boy knows what he wants-and, fortunately, we know too. El Boy's Norfolk Suits . .fp5 to .i;().75 Eoys' Separate Trousers, l^l.OO, $1.15 and $1.50. 85c. Blue Serge Suits ........i'O.^t) Boys' College Suits $7.50, $8.50, JUMl $9.50 Boys' Spring Eeel'ers. $1,75 EX IE M Manchester, Eng., April 23.-In sentencing two militant suit, ai^cttes today Justice Sir .John Kiilon Bankes said : **I would send you round the world in a sailing ship if the law would permit." Tho women, Mrs. Forester and Miss Manes-ta, botli socially prominent, were . brought up lor trial oji n charge of entering the Manchcsii^r Art (lallery ' and smashing the glass of lhirte;*n famous pictures. '1 he jud -c wr^^ed the necr.ssity of drastic le^al euro for sunra;;ette mihtancy and ihea sentenced the women to jail iut ihrce months and one month respcctiw'Iy. They will have to serve add.liunal terms of six nionths unlt'ss tluy give a bond for their good behaviour on , leaving juil. GLOOMY VIEW Berlin, April 23.~Tho fate of Scutari has caused the gravest anxiety in political circles here, which fear that it will ultimately involve the peax'o of Kurope. It is Homl-offlclally announced today (hat the capturo of tho Turkish fortress cannot In the slightest de groe alter tho decl^:lon of tho J':uro. pf*an Powers to incorporate Scutari in tlie future state of Albania. There Is, however, little expectation hr^re, either, that the Montenegrins will withdraw peacefully from Scutari, or that the unity of the I'owors will f-tand the test of an attempt to oust them forcibb', either by means of an International expedition, or by Austria and Italy acting "as maudat-' ories. trial centres show that there were a good many resumptions of work today. Summer Boarder-Don't you ever como to see the-sishts of a city? Farmer Meddlers-Oh, no; wo seo 'em every summon-^Spokane Spokes-man-lievlow. "I'a must have had a raise In salary." "Why?" ".Ma'K HUiVUa to fry things In butter again." COMPLETION OF ST. ALBANS For twenty.five years Toronto Anglicans have worshipped In the chancel of what is expected to be the greatest cathedral In Canada. The work on the main building of this diocesan church ia now being continued. The Illustration shows part of the main tower started. Subscriptions for the edifice were collected from all parts of Canad* . Old folks who need Bomothing of tho kind, find LAXATIVES most effective without any discomfort. Increased doses not needed, 25o. a box at your drug^Ufa. lUll�Ml ttn kni CbtMlMl Co. of Oontfo, iMUi. FATHER TAKEN, CHILD LEFT Klngttton, Om., April 23.-\Vm. Moore, living near PIcton, was Instantly killed by lightning last night, whilu standing In hl^ dcorway? iio had hlB child In his arms at the time, but tho little ono was. unharmed. WON BALLOT FOR THE TOILER Brussels, April 23.TThe Socialist commlttoe, -which organincd tho general strike for equal suffrage throughout lielgium, today received hundreds of mossages of congratulation on its vlctoo'. Tho principle endeavor of tho strike loaders Is now directed toward keeping tlio striker^? frmn re-turning to work until tiio Congress can decide that tho strike has come to an end. The Congress will meet tomorrow, iteports from the Indus- HEALTHFUL SLEEP That's the kind you can en-]oyona"Stamco-Kin:;" mattress. "Made in tho West forpeoplewho v/ant the best'*, UGcd in the finest hotels and the most modern hospitals because it la built up -not stuffed-with the finest, cleanest and most sanitary carded cotton, woven Into bcautiiul downy layers by special automatic machinery. Clean, �anitary, lii;ht. *luf�ble Get a "Stamco KinB". Money cannot buy better anywhere in the World, If not at your dealrrs. write ua. S>AMCO LIMITED ^askatuoa. 3 09 ;