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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta the leth:^ridge dait.y herald ^4 L. C. TEEPLE'S ===The Sanitary Grocery =^-.^===r=== Breakfast Foods and Cereals CORN FLAKES.......... 10s CRSAM of WHEAT ..... 20c. GRAPE NUTS 2 for......3Sc QUAKER OATS, per pkg. 30c. ROLLED OATS, 8 lbs sack 35c. CORN MEAL 10 lbs sack .. 35c. GERMADE Sib sack...... 35c. PURO PANCAKE Flour .. 20o. Vegetables POTATOES, lOOtbs ...... 85c. CABBAGE, tb............ 03c. TURNIPS, per tb 02c. CARROTS, per tb........03o. FRESH LETYUCE per tb . 30o. Fresh Csiillflower, ea. ... 25c. CUCUMBERS, each ...... 30c Canned Fruits and Vegetabjies TOMAtOES, 3It) Una, 3 for 36c CORN, 2 for............ 25c. PEAS, each ............. 16c. BEANS, 2 for ........... 25c. PUMPKINS, per tin ...... 15c. MUSHROOMS, per tin ... 25c. RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, PEARS, 2 for 45c PEACHES, allced........20c. APRICOTS, per tin .......20c. CHERRIES, per tin.......20c. Fruits ORANGES, sweet aud juicy at per dozen . 25c, 40c, 50c, 60c GRAPE FRUIT, each ..... 10c Fresh for Saturday Green Peas, Radishes, Green Onions, Asparagus, Strawberries Lard, Meats and Provisions Best Cured Ham, tb ----26c. Bast BACON tb.........32c. Breakfast BACON, machine sliced, per tb 35c. Boneless HAM, sliced ... 30c. Cooked HAM, sliced.....40e. Pickles Cross -. The awards were as follows: I SHORTHORNS- : . Class 1.-1st. B. S. Pawson's "Greenbank Major." Class 2-1st. R. Hearnes "Q'jeen 2nd." ABERDEEN ANGUS- ' Class 13-1st. r. r. Lea's "Fancy Premium" 15-1st r. r. L^aa "Fancy Premium 2nd" 15-2nd. r. r. Lea's "Fancy Premiuni 3rd." 16-1st. r. r. Lea's "Lass of Kenmure." Class ClasR Class Class 16-2nd r. r. Lea's "Fancy May.' "William Mattice, a teamsm', aged I 2? ".Bs found-dead in bed at the hoAe of Tr.^. Rosa Blanken on the Mohawk read near Brantford, due to aicholinm. Special Class under one yea let. r. r. Lea's "Elsie 2nd." ' H0L8TEINS-Special class under one year: 1st, 1 Hambly's "Horndyke Pontiac Deke." 27-1st Bryant Co.'s "Fancy i*bbeldrk Prince Class Class Class Class Class 28-iBt I. Hambly's "Victoria ..aianna Burke." 28-2nd Brj'ant Co.'s "Calamity Pasch" 29-Ist I. Hanjbly's "Ethel Dixon." 29-3nd I. Hambly's "Victoria Horndyke Pontiac" Ottawa, April 23.-Sir Richard W. Scott, legislator, parli.im-ntarlnn and administrator, a member ot the Canadian senate, and during his lifetime a member of more federal and provjncial go'vemments than any other Canadian statesman, died at his late residence,. 274 Daly Ave., this afternoon at 4 o'clock, after a brief illness-Sir Richard's death followed an operation for internal trouble three weeks ago from which he did not rally. Eighty-eight years of age and described as the nestor of Canadian Liberalism, he carried with him into his rettretnent, the esteem of the third generation of coutemporariss, and loaves behind him not only the memory pi great attainments, but of moral standards -which were never lowered to' any political esigeacy and ( a reputation-tinsul lied by even^ -the suspicion of scandal. For Ottawans' his death has an added signifioiince of low in that It, marks the disappearance ol .a link j with the early days of this city far j beyond the meinory of almost'every { other inhabitant, as well as a land-' mark ol Canadian political history -FOR- TO-MORROW .AND- SATURDAY Best quality-our own make-fresh * kettle .rendered L 3 pounds 5Qc :-: .5 pounds 90c 10 pounds $1.75 li. A. Delaiiy Phone 452 sure still" largely used in the far eastern provinces., Mr. Scott was a vegetarian and a total abstainer. rxticsFaniUy Friend fcr *J years." A novw biUui;; relief for Croup atict V/bscpii;; Courtu : i FOR SALE-Gompleto . plowing ;:vand; threshing  outfit, 32 h.p. jj .cross-compound Alberta Special !v':Reeves Engine, 36-60 Reeves ;;separatori. 12 . frame Cockshutt 'plow, with both wheels and- � stuidev stubble and breaker sets, cook; carj,.tank wagon, discing � hltcti ' and discs, blacksmith's lioutftt etc., oIJ first class machin- eryv In excellent condition. Will ~8ell 1 3!> NOTICE I Notice Ifl hereby given that ;i have sold the International ^Cafe and wish to thank the pub-J lie for the patronage I received. I also wlshu to give notice that I. win not ;be responsible for any debts' oontfttciad by the -new fpropriietorB. � , Anyone desiring to communi-J.; cate-with me, write ra� before May 1st. ir Theodore Hoessly t?*''Box 2021, Lethbrldge, Alta, iff ' to the business intimat^y, make mis-taltes, turn the mistakes to a-ssets ot the future and profit by them. The hen is a natural saver, and lives by' scratching lor,feed that would other-, wise be wasted." Relative to markets, Mr. Pollard said m part: "The ordinary producer depends on his local grocer for a market. The merchant depends on the comm.ssion man for h-s profit. On arrival at 'ihe commission house they are graded, and many dozens are thrown out. Now if the farmer would put up his eggs in some standard pac'.a uiio ubjai tm ' untried preparatldns-r-get a bottle of Hay's Hair Healthi-tbday; It's'bo nice and clean to".use.'Spd has;given'abao-lu,te Batlsfactloji for:.'twonty-fivo years. Give It a fair trial,; th? grey'hairs will dlB^ppeiar an dyouiy'jbe.jjeljghtef}. ,, DruggistiF g4arafj.t^'vfc9 'Tofii^'d yplir money if you are.'''Jiot'oatls'flld wjth Hay's Hair Health,' -i; . p'la-c'TC", Sign, this adv.'and take ,f '.it-tb''any;'o^^^^ Ing druggrtsts,' and' iet'^.Bb'c'-size liot-tle of HAY'S HAIR-'HEiiatmafadil cake of HARWNA' BOAP frbb; for 50c; or a U.OO ajze bottle of'HAY'S hair health and 2 oakes^of; HAR-FINA soap; prbb."tor>;:00,' LY BY HAY'S HAIR HEALTH Don't nueglecL your hair or allow It to become grey,'thin, dry, or lifeless. a beautiful head of natural colored, hixuriant radiant hairie priceless to every woman, Why tiot have it and kep it 80. Why- be prematurely grey and grow old-looking before your time. By all-means'^don't let your hair become grey or faded and full ot irritating Dandruff whan Hay's Hair Health will bring back its youthful color and remove the Dandruff almost immediately.' K is Blnjplo, safe and easy to use. Its use cannot be detected. Don't waste time worrying about For sale and recommended by tiie Red Cress Drug and Book Co,, Limited. THE LATE SIR R. W. SCOTT which tor .over half a century he remained while his contemporaries one after th-i other were engulfed. He had fronted the  ^aves- of time and lived from one political half century to make historv in" another- Secretary of state and registrar-general m many Liberal cabinets, Sir Richard had played a big part in Dominion politics ; councillor and mayor of Ottawa when It was neither a capitol nor a city, ai figure m her municipal history To whom, jndeed, she largely owes the fact fthat ' she is the capitol, his m'igh|: fittingly have been the title of first Citizen of this city. �Sirr Richard Scott ' was born in Prescott, Ont-, February 24, 1825. He was o� United Empire Loyalist descent, being a son of the late Dr. J. Scott, who served under the Duke ot Wellington in the army medical department and afterward came to Canada, where hes married Sarah Ann, daughter of the late Captain Allan McDonnell, a retired officer. At the time of Sir Richard's birth, his father held the position of registrar of the county of Orcnville. In 1^53 he was elected mayor of Ottawa and. filled his term of office with, general satisfaction to all its citizens. ' . i In' 1857 Kichard Scott entered a J wider political sphere and was elect-; ed toithe Canad.an legislature for Ottawa, but suffered defeat on,-seeking re-election in IMS). When confcd-(jration'was consummated and:', the first general election of ,the Ontario legislative assembly was held;; Dr. Scott was again -elected, fot,Ottawa and from that day until, the'time of his death had been cont'nuously ac-^ 1 tive in Canadian political affairs as : a member ot some one of. the great: ^legislative bodies. - In 1871 he was elected'speaker of the Ontario legislative assembly? and was asked to -accept .a portfolio-and a seat in the council, and resign - tTie speakership, wliich :he did after two, weeks of ollice- He;thett became coni-missioner of crown'lands and administered its difficult affairs with marked ability. His political spurs won,, he was in 1875 called to'the privy' council as a member of the MaoKon-zie administration and resigned his place in the Ontario government. He entered Dominion politics as secre-'. tary of state, and registrar-general of Canada. He was chosen as the man best equipped to leafd the senate, in conjunction With H^n.'< Mr. Pellotier and was called to the upper house on March 13, 1874. | Sir Richar-l .Scott?had l'e?n presented both to Kiiig- Edward' 'VII. and King George V./jind waaknight-ed by the former infJune. I'flOfl.. The funeral will likely :bo.held Saturday, but arra;ii;enients have not been completed- . 5. v D'Arcy Scott, asslsta^it chief railway commissioner, �jid;;W.L. Scott, K. C;, of this city,'are: sons of: the late Sir Richard. . t/ : in provincial politics ho was the founder of the - Ontario' Separate schools and in-Dominion vPoliticg his name lives in connection^;wjth many statutes, the outstan'djing q^e be'ng the Scott Act,. a temperance aJ�tf- Mr. Martin Raises .Question as to Status of the Union Life . Ottawa, April . 23--The aflairs of th? Union Life Assurance' cora'pany ot Toronto regarding which there has been considerable comment in financial papers of late, %vere discussed in the house thft afternoon. The. subject was Introduced by W. I. MartiUj Liberal member for He-gina. He.said that representations has been made to him by Regina policy holders that in view of the reports concerning this company they were in doubt as to whether they should pay their next premiums. Mr. Martin said he had received a letter from a very prominent Regina business- man who held $6,000 insurance with that compady, and who was in dou^bt what he should do. It mi.c;ht be in the interests of the Union Life Assurance company and its policyholders, as Hon. Mr. White claimed, that the matter should he discussed in the house, but this company advertised that it had 150,000 policy-, holders, and if it was "on its last legs" as, had been said, and the finance department had any information that;_-wouhi guide policyholders, that inf(5tmation should certainly be foEthooming.- '' Mr; 'Martin. read lengthy extracts from the Monetary Times of February and March' and from the Toronto Saturday Night of March 20, dealing with the financial affairs of the company. It was stated in these papers that while the company has writ- ten much business' in the last five years, this business was iRrcely of an industrial and term character and that the. lapses had also been very, large. It was declared that in its business operattohs "elements of stability were largely absent," With regard ,to the financial statement, of the company these papers declared that while in.lflll the,paid-up capital amounted to'$741,232,'the impairment of capital im that year alone amounted to $403,802 or . almost, 60 per cent. In 1911 the premium earnings totalled $031,48,5, whi'ie the expenses of management were $631,420, thus only $59 was added to the teservfe fund in 1911, with a capital impairmeiit in the iarae yeal" of almost 60 per cent. � It was also stated tiia? a la,t-g'e portion of the assets of this company weire shown by the report pt the superintendent -of insurance to.be in building societiesnnstead of mortgages, and bonds as. is usual with such companies. lion. Mr. White in replying, complained of the unusual course xfhich the member lor Regina had taken in giving no notice that he would bring up the matter in this way in the house. The minister referred to the fact that yesterday ho had stated that he did not think anything should be said in the house and he still held to that opinion. There had been much discussion of the affairs ol the Union Life in financial papers and he cotild assure the house that as far as the government was concerned provision of the act had been fully observed. The insurance department jhad been exceptionally diligent and the minister said he bad personally I taken up the matter ' as lon| aa a :year ago. Actuaries of the insurance department had been sent to Toron-: to, a dozen times and upon their reports the license of the company had been extended at first for three months and later for shorter periods. The reason he did not deem the information to be at present in the public interest was the department had been in communication with some of the English shareholders v^io had expressed the desire to increase the assets of the company by paying in iriore of their subscriptions for .shares. , Negotiations were also , going ahead in Canada which might fcome to an end this week, the effect of which would very much improve the financial character of the company. Having regarded these two matter.o. the department hart deemed it best to renew the license for a short'period as they had done. If) was'better to save the company than to destroy it and it was hoped by the present negotiations as well as by cutting down expenses to justify the department in extending the license. THE SPOONY-MOONY QIRLS ; One of the many dellflhtful numbers in "The Beggar Prince" at the Morrld Theatre, two nights, Commenclna Tonight April 24*h. -L-i-M II ' ' .1  ' � , ,, , iV .....-'i-ggag Before and after yoiir SOih birthday -watch your figure-Today's fashions enhance the necessity of skilful corseting to disguise where art is helping nature,-for thf styles prescribe a natural seeming figure, an almost corsetless effect, and. this result is mosr successfully attained by this year's models of the famous D. & A. and La Diva Corsets. ' D. tc A. and La Diva Corsets, thanks to absence of duty and jplendid manufncturing facilities sell at from J.^.00 to J3.00 less per pair . than imported ones and being made specially for Canadian Women they  give more comfort and longer vvear. There is, a model for every figure'. Our.' catalogue-sent free-pn rcque'st-T-will help you to choose the 'pest for yours.** DOMINION CORSET CO., - - Qlf&BIECi. ,4.13 Ho. .La DIvaiRfdiicine-shown in cut gives hotli comfort nnd style to futlflgures..: I Arthur aim Wrest J4.oo nnil ^4,50, nnd no beitei' eorseiln oil ercd'ttt any itricc '. I ' i^'U � '-J 'rl.i. t ! 669 99 5931 ;