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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2D, 1911 THE LETHBRIDC.K 'DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN City of Lethbiidge NOTICE TO THE PU1.LTC Commencing with Thursday, 'April 30th, the Red Line Cars will run north on oth St. to 1st Ave., past the depot and return tp 5th St. by 3rd Avo. The Blue Line Oars will run west on 3rd Avc. to 5th St.; north.on 5th St. past the depot, and return to 3rd Avo. by 8th St, A. REID, Coiliriussiphor. A CARD. To the Citizens of Ltlhbridgt: I have alsc to state that scientific researches go to prove that vaccination only an experiment; that It Is a dlitlnit and.separate disease, and does not confer an absolute Immunity agajnist smallpox, I am qualified to ajjn certificates because 1 ES' i; of (ha College of Physicians and Surgeons cf and ws taught Bacteriology and Serum Therapy under an expert, l _; ''r I take this means of the people that' I will answer any questions' on the subject which may by callers at my office in the Sherlock BuEldlng. I frankly 'state." that In my opinion compulsory vaccination Is a great OR. L. B. Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year B B Lcthhridgc proportion, nl rale of -35. cenls per dozon.'Tepnisciil.s a daily los? of lo'diir district for cacli clay "of the year. Ponltrr business IB Liberia will pay if'properly cocducled, for tho beet of feed can be raised cheaply. A ben with cross .Whjla Leghorn and one-elgiith Barred Rocl! lit Atrtc'J- lural Collego In the Slate of Oregon hris'a record -of 3H egga In one at 25 cents a dozer) sente a income of 96.31. "A Word (o the Wise is Sufficient" I have -10 (cn-ncrc Irncls 5 miles norlli pasl of the cily, with full rifjhl; for sole per ncrt, Tlie land adjoining cnnnol be for, less tliaii per large tracts. These Iradsnrc Mchl farrijs; wilh uleiil silcs for insuring a water supply; and nalnrnl fjas can be supplied upin, application, the Gas Company's main.hfing half a Terms nrc cssv. Af'crrfirsl pnymeiil bl 1190 )i 'made I will Intic balance in potilfry and eggs at mar- ket price. An Auto will be at service o! prospective furchaMn svery djy at .10 o'clock lo enable them to see these tracts. C. DALLAS HOTEL. I V- ..V-, l CONVICTED THIS MORNING OF AESAULTiNQ BOW ISLAND CHINAMAN Can a luo and a half inch on the back ol Ihe head be caused well by the rim ol a cuspiJor as that ot a Iryiug-pau T This was a nycs.toa propouodcii to Ur. 1'atteraon ot How by Mr. Conytcare vhcn he was recalled lo Ibc wituesi" stand oa beMI ol the flcfente iii t-hft assault case Lctorc the Court. Dr. 1'atterson spoVe to Jefse Kmith for a scalp iyound oii tlie niEht of May Itth, 1013, at tiarber's shop next door to the res- taurant. It fiilghl, said doctor, hare I CHI causptl by a EJiarp, or mod- erately sharp Tho frying mn had to bo produced In court so ,hat Us jiossiljIUties for icf.Iclipg a ivound ol lha dcicilption couM bo H. Ostlur.a, for ihn dcfer.w, whUe dniititng the assault by Ms client on Chuck C'huanir, under argued that accused did tot empty the hot grease over the young China- man Sung Chuacg, but that in au at- tempt to strike Smith the elder accidentally poured tho con- tents over hts son. Dr. Tuller. of evi- dence as lo treatment rendered by him to Suag Chuang for caus- ed hr hot grease. A. Kafton-Canning identificti photographB of the roung Tortured Foyr Yeais Until He Took "Fniit-aW RIDCSTOWN-, ONT., May 2isl. 1913. cured int of Rhenmatjiin. It waMlifronlv uieJiciue that rustle impression on me. I iris attrribte sufferer (ryia I TTAS UiJ uittot four winters with fcclati- Muscular Rhtuuu.iiiu, aud was a cripple completely, not being able to ilo anytbmz. I dodoieil vihh lour dif- ferent but they did not htlp iiif. Other adverlis'J remedies were wua.iyimBalisfaclory, and I have taken several. Seine neighbor of mine told me that "I'ruit-a-lives" helped LUn, and I took tlieia faitifullye.'ery day and the result wasuianeUQUs, I Iiavc" been free frcci any Rheumatic pains 11 tbe full credit for miking a reruarlcablc W. T. RACIIER, If jou are subject to Rheumatic Al- UcKs, Sciatica, lumbago or Keuralgia, right now and start the permanent cure which complete if taisen faithful- ly. 500 a bor, 6 for fa .50, dial 31 w, isc. At dealers or sent 011 receipt of price by Fruil-B4ives limited. Ottawa. How The Knight Motor Won Mr. Edge, To Imvo achieved BHCCVSE iu faco o.' ouch Adverse criticism and ojiposl- 19 A privlleso iccdnted'tew, but whtci cotow In spite oC t.w of ojjrponents, it lc par- tloulirly icceptablo. yewa ago one of the moat exponents o( the poppet S. F. tlie father of Kie Nipter Btrongiy hi oppqslUoii of the sleeve valre motor Trlien it was flrst Intro- Recently, Mr. Edge purcliased, for hjs own use, a Stddeley-Deasys Knight and thus gave to the "Knight" a testimonial of its worth 'which: could not ba purchased for raero inou- ey. Speaking euitorially, tlio Auto Car of March 1st. ISn. which is.'vby the way, the leading autcmobile author- ty In Great Brlfaln, has this to "We have already referred to tho 'act that, starting as an unbeliever in .he pleeve vqlre, Mr. Eago has now iio uufavorahie criticisms to make "of It, to some-of.its good qualities'; particularly to Its freedom rrom is, of course, due to the fact that the sleeve engine la so remarkably unaffected by carboniz- ation; It runs for inch vtry long per- iods without any semblance pf-knook, or pre-lgrjltlpn from dirt in.-.Uie e% indeed, it la the of in- ternal conabmtlon whlrti we ars acquainted which acLuiilly'runB better, than worse, in the na- tural condition of a. engine, 1. e-, dirty. are not at tha moment dis- cusilEc the relative merits of poppets and but we aa.y without hesi- tation that we do not know" of.any eaually "offlclent poppet engine Vhlch will run' as lonsr as a sleeve- chg without requiring decarbonizing.- Uib iMpjvet still p-eatly out- numbers the sleeve, the .-ratte-T la steadily gaining ground, not.because of its silence, which engine very nearly Eome cases qulto rivals, bat'hecausc of Jtn ability to run continuously with no loss of good average 'efficiency, without any cl.eaniner or adjustment" Chlnarnan takcri by him, siiowlng the eRccts of the hot-gicasp. For the defence, -hidEon Koscbor- ougb nnd Harold Hcaltr, ol Uow Isl- ard, were called. former depos- ed (.o seeing Smith coicc out ol the reslaurant dazed and tatitig him to tlie barber's shop, where he saw a wound on tbe'back of his head and grease on the hack tJ hjs coat. H. IJeatty tpitified to seeing Chuck Chu- sng on .his knrcs in tho restaurant, with Smith standing over him. Ho ol Smith, anil aomc- Ihiog was thrown which hit accused oh the head." Smith gave evidence on his own b9- nalf, asserting that the China- man' nfmfd'; pan at him, inllicting a scalp wound and ihe hot grease over Sung Chuang. His Lordship the. accused guilty ol both charges of assaiilt. Sentence was deferred until the ectl oi the session. Man of Many Aliases who Hunted Local Police Couvideit .MANSFIELD. moats BALZAC both I iOHOOL FINDS THERE MAY BE TOO. MAriY HOL- Perhaps there will be no hall holi- day next Monday after aP. The school upard-. fun up'against a roci. yestenlay w' they commer.'c- cij tlic pr6positlon'aa ad- vocated '-by Ihe cc.mniitk-e on plans iot ComnmRder Evans. The sccretary-lreasui'er, Mr. Pleei- wood, pointed out thai if a wholo Kaji-holiday wss liec.lared, the schools To'uld litely lose their grant, as Ihe regulations govtining grants provide that theio shill te at least 200 teach, ing days in tho year, ar.d with tbp holidays which are to come before tfjc end of the school year, any estra holidays wo-jhl mate impossible the attainmcnt'of this standard. lia school examinations are In pro- gress, and the principals of the vari ous'schools do not think It wise to break up the classes at this lime. The members of the school hoard ilcil on the council this morning with Ihe proposition that the cadets meet Commander Kvans at th5 hotel soon aflcr his and escort him lo Wesley Hall, where the othsr school children would be assembled, allcr the regular afternoon dismis- sal, thus retaining the right to tho grant and avoiding the breaking up of at examination time. The proposition was riot considered the commissioners', as {hey are i' ly a part of Ine committee, so Itie school board will Httend the rccciing nt Wcsjey Hall fdnight to make a compromise. The seenied eirongly. in lavor ol having the school children mccl Commaniler FJvar.s at the station upon his arrival, and de- clared that the decision of the school board would necessitate a re-casting of the. enlirc. program. H is also doubtful jf a civic holiday will be de- clared, hut flhole mailer will he sittlcd tontghl. (Special to The Herald) Medicine Hal, April D. O'Urien, with rjanv aliases, was CounO guilty of robbing tho safe of the Cecil Hotel, and to tbrci) years la tie penitentiary. O'- Brien IB' tho tamo feltoiv who waa tried at Hijli rilycr, hut released for lack of evidence. Branded by the local police as tlie smoothest, most methodical and llgent tblef ever worked In this city, 'I'noma? who was ac- cused in December of entering and robbing Ihe Rose clolhiiig store, but who was acquittid for lack of efld- wsr, as reijoried above, cooUct- aui] seiitKiced .to three years in Ibe penitentiary at >U-dlclno Hat yes- .crday. Dougherty, irllo a' sjrlun of al- afes as lonjr as the he has ravelled, is said to bavo served three rears at Walla Walla, Wash., on a charge of theft and safe-robbing, un- der the name of J. b. Broirn. Ho as charged OB J. O'Brien at Medi- cine Hat. At High lUver, Where he charged -with the theft of lorgw iuautitles of merchandise, and valu- ables, he was knbvrh. as Kd. McDon> tld. lie has been at I'rsek it, the man who Mtfi obWni; at Westerhain, befog known [here as Fred Hoscar. his also jdenttfiea at' Swift CurrTOt' the Chief of Police 'as a man on tlieft ohargM. On December 23 the store of James S. R'ose was entered .through, the iky- iieht, and clothing to" the exlent'of Btwiit StH) taieri." Indlca'ttons pointed to two men as the perpetrators of the crime: The description-of the stolen articles Tail sent to -Macleod, where Thomas Dougherly and Jaines lie- were arrested' with goods anfl- werlpg the deccrlptlori in thetr pos- sessl'oa.' At least had them In his possession, til's two men were brought back- to LethhrldEe and tried. Dougherty was recognized hv the pp- (lea as a. pretty" wily c'u'stpmer, hut, rding to their tlieory, lie hafl obliterated every trace of evidence, and was kcaiiiUixl. in tnrninc him loose tho magistrate said "that how- ever inuct ho might feel that Jfcl.ean bed been Infl.uencerl by. a more dom- inant mind, iudjcatins Dotigerty, the evidence pointedflo and Vas sent up.for two years.less one day at the Provincial jail. The .deductions of oao of the mei bers of the police slaff, regarding the- case, In which Dougherty'was BROUGHT CHARGES AGAINST HON. MR. HANNA Toronto, Ont., April M. Bow- man, Lilieral member In llio I.cgis- iftture for North llruce, hrbught his charges this afternoon sigaln'at lion. W. J. Hanna. provincial secretary, .The atalemcnt read hy Bowman waa ft circumstantial Recount of the visit of Inspeclpr K. Snyder Into [tlio counties M Peei, and Huron, in January last, when the vote on the Canada .Temperance Act was being taken. The of Hon. W. J. Hanna to these charges was as vigorous to- day as It always been, COON GETS MONTHS Medicine Hal! April Shorly Saundcrs, the slippery .cooa from rtcactlff, who escaped from tlie Mounted Police hero, caught near llrooks, and eBcapeil agkln from the Onlgary trnln, nnd was caught at Slcamous, H.C., was today s-cnteneed (o aix months In Korf Saakatchowan jiill for escaping from custody after pleading gulily. White Star Dominion Lane SUMMER SCHEDULE From Jlontrenl From Liverpool Sat.'May Sat. April'lS Sat. Muy Mogan'tle Sat. Apr. So S.iL Mfty Sat 2 Sat. Sat May 8- And thereafter. Book early nnd secure choice of accommodations. Secure' prepaid tickets for your frleiids coming.from Kurope. tiaire" (acillllta for .tali- Ing care of this class of business. Ask for-our 4 weeks trip ID Bur- opo for ?I30. _ WEEKLY SArt-jNGS FFIOM NEW YORK, BOSTON AH 1> PH1LA- DELPKIA by Ihs following [incs: (pro clafs cabin sfeamerB whit? Star Lf'nt-, Leyland Line, Atlantic Transport Line, Rtd Sinr Lint. Berthing Ijets how all sutnrhe'r ?allinss. For apace, rates, mailings, etc, apply to Wi M. McLEOD, 333 Main Street; Or to any ralltmy or steamship "gent. The New Resteurant holds the record for tho beet 26o .Meal In the city. NOTHINQ iUT WHITt HtiLr SEA FOOO A Cerae and Always fapercia! Oyster Cream Wanted! We will buy all the cream you can produce at the highest price We can give you the best service Send us a trial can The Lethbridge Creamery Cpmpany, Limited Corner 8th Ave. and 7th St. S. Phone 584 Lethbridge, Alberta eU for the carrying ogt of Ihe i were read by Dougherty later, who! attached to the ctorr ibe wqrda, "ov- er 90 per cent, aafi signed bis iiame. of bolli the city and K divlitec of liiierUttd in tU BSU, aid. trim] Hit A girt tli, airthocttlts that bsrlif "ti.rqi' ii and Tth'kli bai by tSert u tbs irmu recflred Ik'ler .from tie of the' Wiili piklte'n- tlarr. boughcriV-rras. acquitted at IllSh River, 'and wblle' oa his to the 'Hat to appear'ori'ihe ch there, aalj to Vavfe niade meat that "They. 'hiVe n't icnfji part oi the eTJdcnce ine .that they had at River." Ho was arrest'ed'at IHth Hirer, following the hotel .partaer, Trho dolns time at ti.e Pforlndal Jail on the Bose thett charge, waa one of the tiiree who tried to escape Tecent- jy, and fs DOTf doing, foiir years at J Eating Relieves Stomach Trouble A Prominsnt Physician's AdylM "Eat rood foods; and plenty of In many cam, li ateMt i.nal. back to Bonnil. To do so TOD muit hare ttn proper fuaattty ot nonrishme-al. You K ter brain or physical work.' Probably'tbin it nothing the. matter yonr acidity. Thai Is merely" si ah. Bbraial secretion "of iold In mach. Neutralize that add' ai4 yonF itomaeh trouble Kill end at onpa. may mean ulcers it not oiacer of'the stomach. Do riot patsctsd or pepaln for penila. Blraply tike a nntradiasr of acid. Decjdedly'tha. iest .netttraltur s druggists Iblaaratod n'eslar You "drug1 store for a few. ceata. spoqilful Iri a quarter glass of 2 doors frwn Uthkrldft PLENTY OF MO18TURE IN THAT M.ORE HAY" 18 'BEING GROWN Mountain View, April Hird, proprietor ot the IHrd Hotel, ol Sfountain View, has.purchased the ranch of H'illinin Tolley for a consid- eration of SIC an acre. Mr. Tolley will move sliortlj- to his homestead on the ol a by 'to v.' H. Finilby was also'made last week for a .sum In the .neighborhood of Mrs. .Manlej: llrbwn'iid Mrs. J, A'. and first council- lor ot the. Relief so'ciciies' .61 the View- last nnk-addrWsed 'iht ladici on rlress and heallhful The two Mountain .View, children ol Harden N'ral and Krnesl Parrish operated on lor an ailrr.'ent of tlie feet, have both so'fat rerorered as to hive the plaster caYjs' removed this i This district lias had'an abundant 'supply of moislute this humptr loragc crop 'is' aisurcil.' More land is being iq' cuitivalej grasses every rear niakj'ng the Ms- trict one of in Ihe .south in the matter oi Iced, MONTFORT OUT OF Quebec, CJiie., April thH morning the> Canadian Pacific Railway Cp.'s sleatner Mpnifort, was pulled out of the mud on the. Reau- port patlii jinrl reEUBi'ed her (rip at once to Montreai. Sho sustained very Illlle damsigt, and all afScr esch meal. The relleFirill be iQmedlate." idvi. FRECKLP Don't Hid. Them With a; Re- move Them With Prwrlptlon i hli preBCtiptlon for the removal of Crecklea wu' 6 Httea by' a 'promliient physician so aiicctMliil In'removing aad 'giriAg a ciear, >y: drngglsU''under gvanuUw to refund1 Uie If It faila." Don't hld.e yoiir irecaiei under veil; get re- move first fsw appli- cations' shbuld ircwlerfal provement, somei-'of IKIitW freck. lea >Tinishiiig Be sure to ask the tha double'rtrength othldoi'lt Is thk that Is iold on the-moo'eylwck gcatuUe, J. D. Higlnbothira Co, TJinttii. FIRST CANADIAN APPLICANT TO FJGHT AOA1NST MEXICO SINCE OUTBREAK Of WAR neuve tioatlns do'-dpcX In Montreal. to against Mei m 71, British fold- AUCTION At I rt' on Saturday, May At TrwWt flfOumiai Stntt wd Ttaitt CQUIfMHtMT FON tLACKIMITM SHOP, NINO MACHINERY, tTOCK, at AlHrta, th'i. Mtk Aprt, 1114. T. J. ;