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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE TT^^TTFTBRTOr^E DAILY HERALD Wednesflty, Apvjl 23> 19l3._ Wtflf^or nyst>epsia y||ry6ttsuHer stomach Trouble, yoiriry otir remedy, it won't you a cent if It falls. ^To prove to you that indieoalior. ' "Aid dyBpopsia can bo thorougbly ro- 5g!i-i>*" E*l|eved a,nd that Rciall . Dyspepsia J v� , -i IWeti-will do it; wo will furnish , - tHo medtciDe absolutely free if it rI' fBils^ Sive you satisfacttOD. " ' The remarkable success of Rexall i?7li�^*P�P^� Tablets is duo to the high ffe,/ .?,*pii5deeree of sotentifio skill ured in ae-Sfe^. , iV , iS^jSng their formula ss well as to the Pp;.' :fexercised ini their manufacture, t(' r'Whoreby the well-known properties I V'^^'iof. Biamuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin W' 'ii^r^r properly comb'ned with ^ ' ^Carminatives and other aaenta. i P;:*-Bi8muth-Subnitrat� asd Pepsin ^ Are constantly e>nployed and recof-V 'S'',j^cd hy the entire medical profea- f^-' ^'^on as invaluable in the treatment I y'it indigestion and dyspepsia. Their v 'iTiroper combination makes a remedy . invaluable for stomach relief. i. We are so certain that there is .;� �' i nothing so good for stomach ills as ' j. Bexall Dyspepsia Tablets that we urge Si '"itearou to tiy them at our risk. Three �'7 ^'dxes, 2S cents, SO cents, and $1.00. {,^ � '""You can buy RexaU Dyspepsia Tablets jiiathls community Ohly at our Store: MA' D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO. tftblirMtt 7)W 3te35ag Jtor. Altert. There is a Rexall Store in nearly every toira s; ; f�W'�dy for nearly evMv onJinary hmnan ill - : . ^ fM^is^^SM ""'^""^ " ''^e following are the returns in fijli for the riding of Rooky Mountain ^pA they show a majority for Mr; Qimpbell and nqt for Charles O'Brien *i|pTeported from Edmonton: .....� � I Bgilrmore ... ... l57 I^tank ... ... ..... 23 iCajftman ... ... .... 104; Bormis ... ... ... 28 iliillorest V-. -..  ^ . i 39 JftMSburg ......... 17 Caamore ... ., ... .'. ' 75 Banff ... ..... 214 iBankhead: ,.i ...� 102 Liggan-..,........ 20 Tli'e Gap........... 10 Exahaw ... ;....... 52 si^nanasWB� -... 0 'fBSlevue . - ... .... 60 Lttndbreck "..... 34 SHlingham ..... 24 Beaver Mines..... 68 Carbon Hlir... 4 .\C^|!be;^.:.;-,,-..., lO' .(^Tngstoiie,......... 13 \*^. " \ - . 55; 40 : 93 5 0 10 1 161 10 � 6 41 5 20 1 0 25 78 13 20 S 21 24 12 30 1085 1008 513 JIfilETTY FACED GIRLS GET BEST -f.OF HIIW-LIKEWISE HIS POCKETBOOK them for future exhibits,"' said he. The objection � of some farmers against the very finest stock from all over Canada, was, he maintained, entirely unfounded,' for it Is by this means that the farmers get out of the rnt and advance. "And my experience is, that Southern Alberta farmers can 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 in the Dominion. "I believe that such competition brbaden's the farmers' views, and hks a strong tendency to encourage him in the breeding- of stocks that will come up to standard. "The exhibition must also have the support of the farmer, if he is to be helped., We are sometimes told that expositions are developing into circuses. This Is not the ftfult of the management, for if the esposltion tends toward the circus, it is simply for the purpose of making revenue, as. nearly every exposition goes in the hole on finances and will continue to do so, as long as tiie farmer does not' support it." Mr. McNicoI enjoined those present to. become members of whatever associations could render them aid along the lines they were specializing in, namely: sheep, cattle, horses or swine. "It will mean organization and organization is tiie only thing that will help get reduced freight rates from our old friend here, Mr. MeJIuIIen," said Mr. McNlcol, in closing. . I Basis of Discussion Dr. J. O. Rutherford, superintendent of Aniniai Husbandry of the Department of Natural Resources of the C. P. R., spoke for over an hour on agriculture as the basis of all bsa-iness; and the conservation of ,soil fertility as the main object of mixed farming methods, and the putting^ of live-stock on our farms as the safest, quickest and surest way of retailing the fertility of the soil. Conservation of, and not restoration to fertility, was the keynote of the whole address, and he made it very plain that now was the Ume to begin to conserve the plant food, before it was depleted, and what a costly, painful operation it is proving in depleted districts to restore the essential constituents to the soil. The doctor showed how the wheat belt had moved from its original area in New York state through the middle states and finally to western Canada. vThe cause of this movement is due to exhausting of the plant food, be-^ cause there were men in these de-'' pleted districts who followed scientific methods and who are today raising as good wheat, and as much to ths 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 virgin soil, and everybody should strive to pronjote mixed farming on this account." Ill-Timed Article ^ " Inoticed in this morning's paper that an editorial had been written, discouraging mixed farming, with the plea that 30 markets were available. Th� OholOMt iMiiduet Of the flniii tW^Prib-duelner Country In tho World "SAUDA" Its flavourand stronsth are preserved ttnlnn-palred In the aoalod lead packet. BLAOK, GREEN and MIXBD. the world can be raised right here. "It is not a matter of creating a market, but oE regulating it, so that the farmer will get a fair price." In conclusion the doctor spoke of 10 COMMITTEE TO ARRANGE CELEBRATION OF CENTENARY OF ANGLO-SAXON AMITY �London, April- 23.-A delegations from the British committee of the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of peace'among the Eng-Hsh-apeaklng peoples will sail, from Liverpool on Saturday, to attend the conference in New York, wlih representatives ot the American and Canadian comniittees to discuss the programme for the celebration. King Qeorge is 'taking considerable interest in the visit, and will receive the members ot the delegation at Buckingham Palace on Friday morning. The British party will consist of Lord Weardale, chairman of the Inter-f>arlia'menilary XTnlon; Sir Ar- the political nois. Which had i^^^ ^ ^^^S'^^JZ passed, and of the feeling of the far- will J^^r", Lord stanhope, Lrs regarding the men they had sel- l^-j/X^^^ Ja'weil K Neil. Prim: ectcd to help them get where ^^^rifj^^f'^^l^^;:;^^^^^^^ A. wanted to. "But that old saying," said he, "about the sowing of two blades of grass where one grew before, is very apt just now, and I think that a man who can tio this is much worthier of commendation and as good If not a better man, than all the politicians in Christendom." , Mr. Jellff's Address Jlr. L. H. Jeliff, practical farmer ot Raley, spoke briefly from the farmers' standpoint on the marketing situation, declaring that prompt effic-ien� railway service would be tiie means of bettering all the markets very materially. He said that one shipper informed, him that he could pay 1-4 to 1-3 more per pound for IHe stock if .he was sure of getting it moy-ed. He cited one instance where a carload of hogs bad stood on the aiding at Cardston for four days, the shrinkage amounWng to many dollars. Shirley Benn, Jt.P.: the Hon C. T. Mills, M.P.; Morton Frewen, Henry A'lvlan, and H. S. Harris, secretary of the British conlmlttee. The other representatives will attend from Ghent, where the treaty ot peace was 'signed. They aro: Mr, Bruyne, sheriff of the city, and Mr. Vanwerke, *he city architect. mm OF mum REASON GIVE]^ -FOR PLACING . COUPLE "OF BODIES IN ST. LOUIS' CELLAR THE PEOPLES' FORUK HASN'T HEARD OF ANY Lethbridge,.April 23, 1913. Editor of Lethbridge Herald: Sir: We desire to call your attention to what was published in your paper in last night's issue. .s�^U>hdon, April 21.-Winston Church ilU; flrist Lord of Ihe Admiralty, Is i�^8lderably worried over tihe' loss o! ^pocket book. It contained confl-ntial.payal data and ?2500 whioh ho ai;:won| at^jlkpflaion! Hlsrlera. - H�; bias V.SScotlan4:^^Yard .Bleuihs; oh the il;s of, Smem^er^ ; of an- aristocratic St. Louis, April 23.-Marie Komni-chau, arrested when the bodies of Mrs. Ernestino Konmichau and her daughter Selma were found shortly before noon yesterday buried m the basement of a building at 2112 South Broadway, txjld a reporter at the city hospital that her mother and sister were afraid oi being buried in cemeteiies. "They were afraid their bodies would be stolen, and also afraid they would be buried. That was the only Re "Mlilhg Convention to (Settle reason I did not have their 'bodies all Uiese political, troubles amongst attended, to injho usual way, she ' said. the miners." We beg to imform you that as far' as the members of local union No. 574 are coiieerned, we do not know of any convention betiig called, and ihsrther we strongly object to any local officers ^vlng any information of such. Robert Peacock,. , President Local Union No. 57:4. V ^. -f- -1. A ... ^ .> .;� .> �> : ? * ' * .> WAS A CLOSE FIGHT ? ? -- * ? Coutts. April 22.-rIn the ? .a that :io markets were avaiiame . published returns from Warn- ? oratleast that when the farmers had Hding. the figures for poll ? been inveigled into raising the stock; i  " .... there would not be a fair market price pg'-Vlfloi*'^e �usp6ct8-of buncoing '^Mt^^^LECTED-: ; I V. > o'w^tf^ \o ;tlf�f-"d.oubt as - to ''{he resuit' in^Ropky Mountain ;rtdln%,,the.Herald 'wired the,* ----- tetura'tn^ officer,.. N., iC. Eirx- -Rjitherfqra ton, of'B^ff,' and- received the ? ' * Peonle h following:, 'y^ampbell. seventy ? 4il Ahead", on present count. ' El- ? '� � i for it. . . "An article like that should never have been allowed in the colmnns of a Lethbridge paper, at this time especially, Wihen everybody is boosting for mlx.ed ..farming." . Dr. Rutherford then proceeded to give some very convincing figures, showing the enormous imports of mut-MitpBi, beet, etc., into Canada, and he 'ilfsajd that the only thing needed to ijfesume a market was organization, i.,^roper preparation of products, and Wpiproved, faoilitles for moving and Storing them "during >the glut of the niarket.. /' '- No More Cheap-Beef don't, believe we will ever see cheap beef In fcanada again," said Dr. eiiStioa .conceded^hy. all,-'".^. ^.^ ? HIS OWN WILL \ The coroner's jury. Dr. Rivers pre-' siding, which.' Investigated 'the death of W. H. Price, who committed suicide by .tlirowing himself in front of a C. P. R.^nginei. returned'a verdict of suicide. The action of Magistrate Elton, in ord orles. a bond for their good behaviour on leaving jail. "Pa must have had a raise In salary." "Why?" "Ma'B started to try things In butter again." 'the: >sign of a^; mattress COMPLETION OF ST. ALBANS For twenty.flveyeai^ Toronto Anglicans have worshlpj^d.In, the chancel of what is exppfcted to be the greatest cathedral In Canada.; '^^"',^'"'-1,1''" the main building of this diocesan church la npw being continue*}, Jhe I lustration shows part of the main tower started. Subscriptions^for the^ edifice were collected from all parts of Canada- ; jiijijf^ , ' ' ^ \ Old folks who need somsthing of the kind, find moat;effective without any discomfort. Increased doses net neoded. 25o.,� box atsyoUr druggist's, ' ; . � iHiliinil em mi diiniieit^Co.�(oinita, iiniit^:^ FATHER TAKENl.'CrtliiD LEFT Kingston, On*., ApW 23.-Wm. Moore, living near Picton," -was instantly killei}' by lightning last night, while standing in his doorway* ' i^e had his child In his arms at. the time, but the IKtle: one was. unharmed.  WON BALLOT FOR THE TOILER Brussels, April 23.^The Socialist committee, which' organized 'the geri-eral strike tor equal suffrage throughout Belgium,'-today received hundreds 0* messages ot congratulation on its vlfi'toiy, ;T?ho, principle endeavor pt the strike leaders 'is, now diredled' toward keeping tkp strikers, trrvm r*-turning to work until, tho. Congress cen decide that the strike has come to an. end. �,The Congress will.,meet tomorro|v;-i /Kepo^ts irom the-'.Indus- HEALTHPUL SLEEP That's the kind you can'en-joyona"Stamco-Kin2" mattress. "Made In the West for people who wont the best". Used intheflnesthotels and the most modern hoa� . pitals because it is built up -not stuffed-with the finest, cleanest atid most sanitary carded , cotton, woven Into beautiful downy layers by epcoial automatic maihlnery.' . Clean, tanltary, liirht, durable. ; pot a Stmiico King''. . Mphey , , tacinot,buy .'bettor at)ywhere:-.(rlr tlie World. If not'at your'd