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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY riERALD .Satiirflay, April 26,1{)13 A'' I -r- oen iriany seasons! But it's more than.tJuit now. It stands alone - ''tlie nniversal car."' Nothing- but a �wonderful merit could have created so euonnons a demand for it. Better get yours today. There are more tihan 220,000 Kords on tho world's highways-the beSt possible testimony to their unexcelled wortli. Prices-runabout $fi75-touring car ?750-town car ?l,00O-with all equipment, f. o. b. Walkervllle, Ont. Gret particulars from GLENISTER & VIRTUE t232-3rd Avenue South. Lethbrldg: m When you EASTERN BRAND CAPS if*' this cap yoii have nought the best. It means more than you'd .think, for caps that are common-made never - look otherwise. Lots of occasions when a cap is the right thing to wear, when a hat just doesn't, seem to fill fhe bill, somehow. Eastern ^randcapsgive that air of distinction that ordinary caps just fall short of. They look well on you, because they are made really right Look for the Eastern Brand trade-mark. That's the main thing! 8 GISIOK eW MILLER! ,'Cettinji, April 25.-The spoils ol vvac itak'en ,b>v the Montenegrins when i-^^eyx enieTed Scutari, included 4S iquick-flring-cannoni 12 howitzers, and Aia'number of heavy siege guns. The "troops of the Turkish gatr son were �'.alJawed to retain their rifles and side arms when, they marched out. 0 00 AS IT PLEASES RICHARD OLNEY UPHOLDS U. S. >" RIGHT TO EXEMPT SHIPS � ? i FROM TOLLS  , -Mifldred, the 18 months old chifd o', '!giiiiuiel JfcGillivray of Hamilton, ate ''Bomfe pilla and died. 1^ ALBERTA CO., Ltd. rt'ashington, April 25.-The United States, as owner- of the Panama canal, has the right to fix such terms as it pieases,. and the neutrality of the waterway applies to its users only and not to the United . States. This was the view expressed today by Uichard Olney, former secretary of state, whose Speech wa.s read before a meeting of the American Society of International Law. .Mr,,Olney did ;not attend. "If the^ question fs submitted to arbitration it should not ' be submitted V to the Hague, but to a special -tribunal," said Mr. Olney. "The Hague would 6c partial for, as admitted, all European powfJrs are-interested in the outcome.''- Another speaker was Chandler P. Anderson, former counsel of-the state department, who in effect, declared that "the United Stares i.s clearly Entitled to exempt its own vessels'from the payment of tolls, or to letund .such tolls." I in I;; See our Specials in %gy Harness SNickel; and ;Black^ DEAD AND THREE ARE WORKMAN, ON BIG STEAMSHIP FILLED CIGAR LIGHTER ' FROM' BENZINE TANK -  Hamburg, April 25-.-Two men' are idead and three ate dying out-oE-eight iinjuired m an explosion of ijen2ine nicht on board 'the new lI.iM-;'))Wrg-Amctican Miner Imperator at .Gfuzhavei). Tlie; accident was caused '*by a workman filling his cigar light-cer-from a bdnziric tank.\ 1 CAbout 3,000 men'were on board o6mpit?ting "the fiirnishmg � of the cah-inSi'etc, in.'reaiinesasfor'the trial trip; in' which the 'crown' prince is to ) take part. � 1, � i' i' i --:-, lE&pe'2tor R. Hv Knowles -Ijas reported to the licen^.e.iCommlS8lone'.s f->T South Watertoo'jitJjat it the pre-sent rate of increase iOt Indian listers Nva,B maintained, be would need oxtr.a clerl-ijal help to notify the hotolkeeper� in tie riding. REMARKABLE OUTBURST OF TEMPER IN COURT HOUSE AT MACLEOD > The Macleod Advertiser says: The most melodramatic event in years occurred in the Supreme Court yesterday while Mr. Juat'ce Walsh and a jury were trying the suit brought by Mrs. Heihegardner against Mayor Holmes, personally, and the town of Claresholm, for $1000 damages each, on account of her wrongful dismissal from the Post of nurse and matron of the Claresholm hospital. Mrs. Heinegardner was discharged in consequence of representations that all had not been as It should at the hospital and she alleges wrongful dismissal; Dr. G. R. Brewster, V.S., of Montana, who had figured prominently in the case, was giving his evidence yesterday. He had been a patient at the hospital and had liiaide a certain statement when Mrs. Heinegardner, who was sitting in the court room, arose in her place, slipped past J. W. McDonald, ber counsel and, seizing a water glass, smashed Brewater on the side of the head with It, at the same time denounced him as a liar. Brewster's face .was out severely by the broken glass and he bled freely. Before his assailant could repeat the at-tabk she was. seized by the lawyers and the R. N. W. M. P. constable on duty in the court room and was forcibly taken away. There was great excitement in the court for a few minutes, judge, jury, court officers, lawyers and spectators alike being thrilled. When order was finally restored the trial of the case proceeded. Mrs. Heinegardner was fined $5.00 for contempt ot court and made an apology this morning. The verdict Of the jury was in favor of the plaintiff, the town of Clares holm being required to pay ?500 damages. The action against Mayor Holmes was dismissed, the costs being assessed against the plaintiff. Table D'Hote A young Buffalo bookkeeper on a recent visit to New York thought to impress his New York friends by putting up at a fasblouaime hotel. Of course, l^s" couldn't afford< it and hid to econofiiiie-in various ways to ma^e ends meet.. He' happened, on one 'occasion to be tnklTig hds evening meal on a bench in the park when a young man and his sister, friends ot i^s, passed in an automobile. The Buffalo youth bent his head ovfer his sandwich; but the New Yorker saw him and-shouted: "Hello, George! Dining out again, you gay dog, eh?"-Young's Magazine. MAYOR WANTS TO STOCK UP WITH FISH-MORE OFFICE ; / ROOM Hendorsoii Park cannot escape notoriety no matter how hard it tries. Early in the year it was decided by the council to grow oats-on the banks ot that plt^cld sheet of water, and Aid. Alrd was named Minister of Agriculture. The minister has carried out his duties to the letter, and Is now working hard on his spring seeding., Now the council is up against appointing ft Mifaister cf Fisheries, for, it tbe -water of the lake is found suitable-It will be stocked with fish, ^his suggestion came from the mayor last night. He feared that the weeds at the bottom of the lake would become unmanageable unless some little fishes were put in to eat 'em do.wn. The council was in support of the suggestlou to a man, but there was some fear expresseid that the little fishes would liot live without running water. Aid. Hamilton thought that probably enough water could be turned in from the city, waterworks to keep the fish alive in winter. In summer there is enough water running in to keep the laike fresh. Aid. Skelth said he would write the Minister ot Marine and Fisheries for informaticn on the subject; He will ask if the government would furnish spawn in case th^ city goes into the fish business. Henderson Park bids fair to become the Mecca of the Isaac Wal-tons. The contract between Jos. Gillespie and the city in connection with the best houses and pavillion at the lake was signed. The agreement is for five years, Mr. Gillespie agreeing to erect a building worth $1500 and to place a dozen boats for hire, the city to install water and sewer to his property, he to pay $25 per annum. rent for these necessities. The city offices'are once more becoming overcrowded, and Mayor Har-die said he dldnlt know what to do with Mr. Tracjf-lwhen that gentleman arrives next weekii A committee composed of himself, and Aid. Skeith and Aird was appointed to secure a more sultabla office building, probably in one of the blocks -controlled by the Alberta Loan aBSd Inveatment Co. The Sinnott block on the corner of 5th street and 4thi Avenue was favorably mentioned for that purpose. If new ttuarters are found the present lease on the Kean block will be givep up. In fact no leaseihas ever been signed and the city may vacate the premises at any time. It is understood that the mayor, city.. solicitor; secretary-treasurer, asseksor an'd industrial agent will occupy the, new "premises to be secured as soon as possible. It was decided tp rent the steam roller to parties desiring Us use, the charge to be $2.00 per hour or ?15 per day. The council adjourned till Monday afternoon at two. o'clock when the bids on the bond Issues will be opened, and other business disposed of. Estimates of capital expenditure will likely be considered at that meeting. Inquisitive "Pop, did you hurt yourself last dight?" . . "Hurt myself! What .does the child mean?" - "Why, Jimmy Smith's papa said h(i saw you -fall off the water wagon.'"- Baltimore American. FOUGHT ALL AGAINST: JHE T New Orleans, April 25.-After, a desperate all-night fight an army of 2000 men had � strengthened the main' line levee at Remy so that it held out against ttic tiireatening Mississippi flood tide this morning. A drizzling rainstorm pelted the weakened embankments throughout tilie :nipht, but iiundreds of bags of sand .kept back the river. If tlie leves should break; the town of Lutoher and scores of villages -would be floo(ied and the waters would sweep south, back of the levee ii) within a few miles of the New Orleans protection dykes. ... ; BQUG^J. .ftOW . ISLAND FARM . Bow is'land. kprll iSS.-J. H. Wlebe and D. J.. Brown, of Regina, arrived jn town on Tuesday, and purchased from "P. I. Brophy his farm, joining the town for the sum of $20,000. To the same Company Mr. Brophy sold a number of bis lots in Medicine Hat for a handsome sum. Wellaud County licfense commissioners cautioned sixty tiotolkeopers to keep the law. ' / $1,000 In Cash Given To Smokers In Alberta 01 9f "Every Claar Smoker r in Alberta I will Welcome No strings tied to this offer. No coupons to-save. No letters-to write. No postage stamps to be sent "to pay for cost of mailing". Every penny of this $r,ooo goes to the men of ALBERTA who buy and smoke "Flor de Glaro", the loc. cigar with "that fascinating flavor." \; ITS ADVERTISING- PURE AND SIMPLE Thi8$i,ooo haBnothing-vvhatever to do with the qiiality of. "Flor de Claro" cigars. The company apjpropriated it for advertisiag-rto create a godd-wifl-arid to make that good-will profitable.- Instead of spending $1 ,ooo in pencils, ash-trays, thermometers, or-other' 'ginky'^ trifles, -we are giving the -whole $i,ooo in cash to the men of Albetta -who smoke otu* cigars. WHY WE DO THIS We want quick action. We �want the men of Alberta to know there is such a cigar o-n the market as '.'Flor de Claro''. We -want them to try this cigar and see for themselves just how much smoking pleasure and satisfactiou can be roiled into a ioc. cigar. . "Hor de Claro" Is The Blend That Catches The Popular Taste All we know about blending tobacco, we have put in "Flor de Claro" Cigars. For 20 years we have! studied tobaccos. We have made many trips to Cuba-know the Island from east to west-know v/here each grade of Cuban tobacco comes from- know the characteristics of each variety grown in each province. For years, we were sf busy making special brands to suit a definite class of smokers, that we. rather nftglact^d, th&greatpopzilar class. So we experimented with Cuban tobacco to get a clear Havau a cigar that would be//"f/;/TWiVfl?, yet have the full rich flavor of choicest Cuban leaf. IN THE SANTA CLARA PROVINCE we found just the tobaccos we wanted. They are grown on almost virgin soil-a part, of the country just opening for cultivation. We haver blended severkl of these tobaccos into a cigar