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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914 THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The Board of Health have arranged for a meeting of the of Lcthlmdgo (o ho held in St. August-ill's Hall on To-morrow Evening at 8 o'clock, and to be addressed by DR. GEO. G. PORTER Secretary of the Canadian Association for Prevention of Tuberculosis Dr. Portor will speak in regard to tlie proposed establishment of the Queen Mary Sanitarium 25c Will Stop "Grippe" SURE--or Your Money Back JackAan Co., drugglstG, are non- st'lllns Break-up a-ColJ Tab- the SVRE3T remedy for colda and ''Gripiicj" eVer eoW. This clever combination of positive riulck-acllng Ingredients haJs made a record of relieving 10 out of every 20 esses abd If yours happens to be an exceptional case and you not get PROMPT reliof, your druggist will return ybtir la tuthoriietl to do tiis. Weeks' Hroak-up-H-Ccld Tablets are ite modern, handy, inexpensive and SURE remedy for sH colds, for 'aud for those headaches produced bj- congestion due to a cold. The mlntito you fesl a cold or (over coming on, take two of these llttlp tablets and EOOU you Mil (eel tlio coii- ges'tion breaking up. It la needless to warn Intelligent people not to accept substitutes. In- Blel on the Break-up a-CoM Tablets. TVoaty-flye cents. advi. El Paso, Texas, April 23. With seasoned and victory 'flushed veterans behind him General Villa is declared in despatches irora Chihua- hua today to have declared that he could land men in El Paso in Commander Charles F. Hughes, ehie of Staff to Rear-Admiral Qharlea J Badger.' They. accompanied by L full equipment of field jguna and ma chine guns. Although-General Gt: tavo Maas wss reported to be nasen. bltng Inland several thousand Mexl can troops for an assault oa the city Commander Hughes said that the-Am erionn force- in Vera Cruz wns capabii of repelling such an attack wlthou uslns the shins' big gun'a, -.vhJci mljftt cause damage to the city. Heat Admiral Badger'B .ligurEa give the tc tal ot the American casualties as 1 dead and 45 wounded, Several of th lattor are probably fatally hurt. Flag officers from the America! fleet boarded every.liner today an looted over the Tor arm nntl nmnvjiiHIon, They warned th commanders land 10 TORONTO'S FALLING CATASTROPHE Tho above picture sUo-.vs where tlic bodies of Satlersky Coiien Mere taken from the ruins ot the wall of the ndetiendent Ckak Company, the ruins of which, after feeing K-IHCI] :ire iast January, were left- standing. nftrucllOiiB fioia llm city arihUuct, Albert Strong, an exj.trl wreclwij was (flviMi the job ot demolishing the ballil- DB. shortly after the fire. When IJG was a cafe U was turned over to Welrierniaii, the civner f liiu building, aud also a wrecker, lie Strong a number of foreigners. The men wero >oorly paid, anil totally ignoiaut of their work, and tills is fcr Two and five or is Injured Is the loll of disMtcr. OWE SPEAKERS AT THE HYDE PARK DEMONSTRATION WHEN UNIONISTS WERE PRESENT The -Sut'ragettca made a bold at- tempt to break up Unionist meet- ins in Hyde Paik. Hoisted -on the shoulders of men they j shouted at Burdetto Coutts and Win. Joynson Hicljs. The police to in- terfere repeatedly lo save the women from the mob. Among ine Unionist spenkers 7-oro Lord Charles Defes- ford. Lord Mllner. Lord! Robert Cecil, and Rt. Hctt A. J. Balfour. WILLIAM -BURDETTE -CQUTT5: S TWO YOUTHS 3EFORE HIM WHOSE DOWNFALL WAS CAUSED BY THIS INFLULENCE Two oi the victims ol the terrible Macoun Ilochtaus anrt Kmma Ilocl.liaiif, wile and daughter o( (he proprietor of the hotel that was Mown up, will he l.ifd to rest in the Catholic cemetery here tomor- row morning. Tho service at the church will com- mence al 3 o'clock, and will be con- ducted by Her. Katlicr Mlnwegan. -Mr. llochhaus was in at the time ol the lafal explosion, and is on liis 'way to tbc city with the remains ol his wife, and daugh- ter. He will kc joined l.trt by his son Victor, nged 11 yc.irs, who at- tending the Convent school at I'ineh- t cr Creole. 1 TJin lafo Mrs. llothhoiia and her rtaifchtcr batf n host of Iriends in fhis part ol the country, anil her liiuhaml will he jolnrd fn his gtiel by a large circle ol hiourners. Commissioner Tracy and biK bat- tery (if live aggressive r'-'blicily men arc whooping up the big smoker lo- be hem cm Tuesday nighl next, at which (lie first. Ad Club in Southern Alberta organized. Announcement was maile al a meeting ot this committee held ycs- odors Bill Came Up This Ruthlessly Transconlinentais MILES IN LENGTH n. C., >n i.f omens of the Loyal i tionTamfraiscd Order ht-ld in their hall last: the committee reduced the capital 'night following officers were stock ol the company.from a hundred i elected: Thos. I'vaill, P.O.; V. m? imum numbT of its directors from bam, Prelate J.-25 fo a Thcy ,lfomA a Swwscy, V.D.; J. P. .Moses, secre- .empowering the company to operate today ailernoon, that the. speakers. vvm. Mills, treasurer Cliiel imolor cars together with other en- cm this o'.casion will he: J. L. i McDoucal ami K. Uutlcdge, ahling provisions oi more or less prc- I. cbaracler. They discussed rc- Allcr the installation a musical j ducing the securities to be issued by I'logram wcs jml on and refreshments the company but finally decided that subject, Seeing Light Norman b. lasting nn-j per mile was not too much Ilankm. President of the Calgary Ad snmH ,imlrs o( ihc molnins. in a difficult rountry. L. j McDougal Mench, manager o! ttie IluJson's Hay J- Hrown, company store at Calgary, on the Club, on "What an Ad Club Is, Awl, ,5 I6 yo.nts to lh h How- H Benefits the City and ft. ,Ionor Judge, sail! B. W. .Vesbitt. J. lllsey, local manager ol the Ash- this morning charged with down Hardware conipnny al Calgary, Mma (hcrn fo go i on "Why Advertise, ami How. cn sentence, but with cer- are the live wires ot the rfstrietlipns to be obeyed to the i Calgary Ad Club, and (hey know nka slnlert lhat [from experience just wHat- lo to C7i] 4110-cither wise s? Auction Sale, April 25th LETKBRIDGE FFED AND SALE BARN I.tveslock. Four Three Scls Incubator tmall lot ot Furniture Including Machine and Wringer com- bined, and other articles. Jersey Bull, "Bramplon's BrljM 1640, for sale wilhout reserve. J. T. PHONE 1552. torjay. They arc free, anil it is intention of the ciimmitlee fo that cvcty. livo man in the city gets i one. Three hundred is the mark set [for the atlcndance. The main object i of Ihe club will be lo promote .truth in advertising anil to Ireat the chro- nu: knocker. The only requirement lot nlrmucrshlp is the, ability tc boost j i anil and the charter mem- will be those who atlend Mhc ifimoker. The announcement was aUo maiie yesterday that Ihis city wounl a Pittiuf, cvhibit the Congress on City Planning, which is to be held In Toronto ncM month DUKE INSPECTS MONTREAL HARBOR Montreal, Que., April the Duke of Connaught will Inspect Ibe harbor this .afternoon on ynchl Sir Hugh Allan, under the lo schonl or work, other-1 juidonce of the Harbor Commission. entenre would be imposed on Tho trip will be a rrivale one, aH newspajier men beinE barred. of June. CATARRH Or BLADDER Our Milk We sell T'a.stetiriml ,Milk only and have the only Plant in the city. Pasteurizing Kills All Germs and keeps milk fresh and sweet for three utiys. Buy the Milk you're sure of AfjK i'Ol'K DOCTOR LetiiWge Creamery Go. ltd. Phone 5S4. Ottawa, April 23. The- railway committee. has decided that Canada now .sufficiently equipped with afhlnston, D.C., April ports- were rtelfvtred fo Charge lain today. He (hen slid tlial would leave tlio city cither to night or tomorrow morning. A woman ]R- the. patentee of a cei- Ire pot in whi'cb Hie grounds nre kep! away irom Ihr spoilt hy a vertica icrforal'd partition cxlenrling lo the ;