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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THF. LETHBR TDGE B AIL Y n ER ALP Wednesday, April 30,1913 T h u r s d a y, Fr i d a y an d Saturday Will be days of unusual activity in this store. Aside from the great amount of new Spring Merchandise arriving daily, we are able to offer many items of particular interest for the last few days of this week - WHAT'S NEW! JAPANESE FIBRE RUGS AND MATS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT LADIES' LINEN HOUSE DRESSES, EMBROIDERED NOVELTIES IN WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR-WHITE BUCKLE SHOES AND OXFORDS BOYS' CLOTHING-NOVELTY SUITINGS Six Dozen, Men's Stiff Bosom Linen Shirts, A)niost Given Away A line of lai'ge sizes, pushed into a comer and almost forgotten, Price only. Each- 25C Usual $1.50 and S2.00 Each ^^^onien's Henistitclied Handlverchiefs, 8 for 25c Pine quality la^-n, narrow hem, full size. Regular oc each. Chilrfm trimmed with fine quisitely trimmed lace or embroidery. Reg-lace InscrUons. Regular 35c. ular ?2.25. Women's Cambric DraAvers 25c Women's Night Gowns 90C Slip-over styles, elbow sleeve, embroidery or lace trlmtaed; front fasten styles lonu sleeves, wide beading embroidery yoke, ribbon trimmed. Regular S1.25. Dainty Siinmier House Dresses S1.25 Neat check Ginghams, tlUambrays and Muslins, prettily trimmed with similar fabric, in plain colors. Kegence Silks, per yard, S2.00 40 inch cloth, with self color stripe-browa and navy. FASHIONABLE DRESS SILKS Men's Black Serge Suits Clearing at One-Half Price Just a number left in small sizes only. SI 2.50 EACH-Regular $25.00 Suits New Foulards, per yard, S2.25 42 inch cloth, in shades of Reseda, Copenhagen, Old Rose, Tan. Paillettes, Striped, per yard $1.50 In beautiful shot effects, navy, brown. Peacock blue, deep red; 30 inch width. Satin Charnieuse, per yard, S2,25 A direct Importation from London, soft cling: Ing silk in navy, black, tan, pale blue and pink. 40 inch width. Natural Pongee, per yard, 59c Natural shade only, 32 inch width, and would:, be considered good value at 75c a yard. Swiss Embroideries 20% Off Insertions, Headings, Corset Cover Embroiderief, Flouncings, Etc. Co., limi ATTRACTIVE GROCERY PRICES LOWNEY'S COCOA %s,'i tins for ................ 2Bo THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SHIRRIFF'S MARMALADE lib Glass Jar fo;;.............200 Regular price 25o. > 2lb Glass .Tars, for............35c Regiilar price 45c. LOWNEY'S BAKING CHOCOLATE %tt) Caukes, 20c; two for .... 35c Regular 5Pc per pound. Regular price 15c tlin. %s, per tin............ Regular price 30c tin. CH1VER8' JAMS- 51b tins, per. tla .... 65c and 70c FRENCH PEAS-^ Two tins for..............2Sc. ^OUR PERSONAL ADVICE TO ALL SKIN SUFFERERS" V J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & We have been in business in this town for some time, and we are looking to build up trade by always advising our patrons right. So when we tell you that we have found the effective eczema remedy, you can depend upon it that we give our advice, not In oi>der to sell a few bottles of medicine to skin sufferers, but-beeausa wC; know how it will help our Business if we 't'eip oiir pat?ons, ! "Ve keep in stock and sell all the well known skin remedies. But we wiil 'say this: ,. if 5*oa are suffering from any kind of skin trbuble, eczema psoriasis, dandrntt, tetter, salt rheum, rash, we want you to ti-y a full size  bottle of D., D. D. Prescription. Again and again we have seen how CO.. LTD., DRUGGIST. a few drops of this simple wash, applied tto the skin, takes away the itch instantly. And the cures all seem to be >permanent. D. D. D. Prescription, made by the D. D, D. Laboratories of Toronto, is composed of thymol, glycerine, oil of wtatcrgreen and other healing, soothing, cooling, ingredients. And it you are, just crazy with itch, you will feel ijoothed and cooled, the itch, absolutely washed away the moment you japply this D. D. r>. . - We have made fast friends of more than one family by recommending this remedy to a skin sufferer here and there and we want you to try it now. We want 10 leii jou about D. D. D. Soap also. GOVERIENI VOTES DOllTl PROVIOIMiOli PORTS Refused to Give Canadian Ports Benefit of West Indian Trade - Highways Bill and Ministers Sjgeeches Do Not Harmonize J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD., DRUGGISTS. GE LANCASTER AND CURRIE DISAGREE OVER CLAUSE INSERTED IN C.P.R. BILL Ottawa, April 20.-The placing of the standard clauses with respect to protecting municipal rights in a C. P. R. bin, providing for ^branch lines, brought a stormy discussion in tbe Kail way, committee today, Mr. Curric boiitehd^d-that if these restrictive clauses Tvere to be added to every bill they should be added to the,':Railway Act. He was opposed to adding these clauses to this particu-'lar bill. , "The ' railways are finding It hard enough to get money now, without adding further restrictions," raid Major Currie. Mr. L^pointe, Montreal, said he wanted to make sure' that mercantile Interests were protected. The chairman assured him 'that tliey would be protected. "Y�s, but the company has built part of this line to L.'Epipbanie already," said Mr. Lapointe. "Why, how can that be; they are After Measles WhoQping Cough or Scarlet Fever is a critical period-^weakened tliroats, delicate bronchial tubes and unsotind lungs often leillow; sometimes impaired sight or hearing. 3iitii SC07TS EMULSION It 'taAiai prompOy and regularly aftiarthe;fever subsides it qo&ckly and effect tii^lly rested appetite, strength and 114^. ,i ^ [ u'rt\ / .arc,;.1/1 r,>r,iitini- only getting permission from us here and now to.build It." "Yes. I know the situation. They have the line partly built now," insisted Mr. Lapointe. The C. P. R. solicitors present gave no explanation, Tlie bill finally went through with the restrictive clauses added. There was a rather Tiarm inter-, change beween Major Currie and' Chairman Lancaster,' the latter re-fen'ing rather sarcastically to the Simcoe member as "the new chairman." The committee reported the Senate Bill to incorporate the "Athabasca and Grande Prairie Railway Company, which proposes to construct a line of railway from the junction of the Solomon and Atha;basca Railway to Dunvegan, 'and thence througli Grande Prairie to Bear Lake." (\V. ,A. P,. Report). , "^pvision of-the y^tp amongst the prov-Ottawa, April 29.-The bill ratify^ inces On the basis ol"population and ing the trade asree'ment between) placing the exPehdtture of the mon-Canada and the West Indies which' ey iu the'hands bf'the provincial gov-was put through the earlier stages emmeots.'He'argued that the grant some time ago was given, a third should be tfeatfed as ar, additional reading In the, house tonightsThe subsidj' and thkt the Dominion gov-oppositioii projiosed a couple of ernment shouTd'not interfere with the amendments early in the sitting right of the provinces to construct which were debated for several and maintain the highways, hours. Mr. Carvell, Carleton, proposed an GAUFOiiA LEGISLATURE ES ALIEN LAND ACT 0- _  I r> r 1 1' ^" Corporations compoised of aliens Conference with Bryon hnded other than those who are eligible to j citizenship may acquire and hold 1 I p.m. and Members Met I according to the terms of ex-*^ - 1 isting treaties, land within the state of California. ; 4. Present holdings of,aliens, re--- gardless of their rights to citizenship ... ,^ -J, \-L. are pirotected. Sacramento, April .30-If the pur- g, ^he state speciOcally reserves pose of the visit of Secretary of sovereign rights to enact any and State Bryan was to check further j^^, .^^^i/ ^^^^ action by the legislature on an alien ,f folding of real proiieitir by aliens.^ land law directed agamst the Japan- Attorney-General Wei* .worked up- J. - ii-----iu_i ,j.i,,v, 4.,,1,1 ' and Passed Original Bill ese, his mission has been a failure. ,,,^,,^ ,..,,,,----,- - - ariie conferences bctweq,n Secretary objection to writing into tlie statute Brvan and the .legislators closed at specific limitation of .the Japan- ,11 o'clock lasf nigfit. Within, three treaty of 1911'. Under tlie terms. oh the .theory that there 'could be lio amendment declaring that all bt;am ships receiving a subsidy in connection with the working out of this Hon. Frank CochBane interrupted . to say that it was the intention of : the government to divide the money \ minutes, and before most o� tiie spectators knew what had;occurred, of this treaty Japanese subjects are permitted to own.liouses! and lands according to population. Mr. Quthrie asked if he would put that in the bill. Mr. Cochrane de- agreement should ply direct between i"*^.^"^. '------ -, - . . ^ Canadian norts and the West Indies. 1''l'"^^ to do so, maintaining ^ that Hon. Ge'o. H. Perley, acting minis-i t*^? Dominion government had to re-ter of trade and coiiimerce, who was it^il som^ control. Premier Borden in charge of the bill, and Premier , s'*''! that many bugbears had been Borden, who addressed the house, conjured up by the, opposition m re-said that this was the object aimed p/'' ^o this bill. The expenditure of at, but they objected to accept.ng federal money on highways, he said, the amendment because it would ^""^^ '''f^er matsrially from change the form of the legislation, spending it upon bridges and doc^s to which the West Indies Islands done "ow.The object of the concerned had assented. The Liher- ''"^ *� ^^^^ ^"^^ to provinces als challenged a division on this * amount of money and to amendment, which was rej-ct-d on a see that it is properly expended. The vote of 90 to 52, a government ma- government muSt have some sate-jority of 38. The motion for a third f",^'^'^ t'^^* ^^'^ be done. He -..J!- ti,T n.i.mt.f.H � i believed that in opposition of. this specvai/oiB jtuew wiiau i"i"^;v;u^-^--, permiltea to own.nouses ana lanus .Senator A. E. Boynton, president residential purposes, factories, pro tem of the upper hpuse, conven- manufactories and ships. According ,ed the senate and an amended land W'ehb, another clause pprmits jbill, which provided that no i alien Japanese subjects to lea^e.^land. tor who i.s ineligible to citizenship under "residential and commercial purpos- the laWs of tlie United Stat.s may I hold real property in California, was ^hese are the only stipulations � adopted as a substitute for the pEnd- ^,3^3^ and it is the belief of the at-- ing measure by unanimous viva voce torney-general that: the rights of the vote. Japanese subjects to land ownership The principal features of the^ bill in the United States stop at this are as follows : . '- point. Under his construction of the 1. All aliens eligibTg to citizenship treaty no land can he owned by, or HIS BLADDER WAS TERRIBlYjNFLAMED BIN PILLS Brought Relief Larder Lake, Out., March 26th. "I had been suffering for some time with my Kidneys and Urine. I was ' coustsntly passing water, which wiui very scanty, sometimes as marty as thirty times a day. Each time the pain was soteethtag swful, and so rest at night. : . � I heaid of your GIN PILI^ and decided tceive them a trial at once. � I sent, my chum 66 miles to get them ' and i am i>ieased to ihforin, you that in ' less than siz^houTs, I felt relief. In two days, the pain had left me entirely. I took about half a box and today I feel'as well as ever and my lid}tey;s are acting quite natural again.!' ' � SID CASTLEMAN. GIN PILLS soothe the iirltatfd bladder-^healthe �ick, weak, painful kidueya-andstfengtheu both these vital organs. Money .back if they fail. 50c..a box, 6 for 12.50; Sample tree If you write National Drngand Chemical Co.,.of Canada, Limited, Tdronbo. 139 officers and crew. The prisoners were then given t^p by their guards and landed, before the naval authorities In the harbor understood what was going on. They a'ad disappeared before any action could be taken against them. POLICE OFFIW, MONIAL reading was then adopted. Before the division an amendment moved by Hon. Wm. Pugsley was bill the oppositipn was reckoning without its host and that the people .-.- ..J ----- - - v/ould not approve their action. declared lost. It favored the plac- p Graham, who closed ing upon the statute books of a iehats, said that the opposition standing offer that whenever thei^.^ ^.^^^ granting of mon- West Indies increase their preference! ^j^^ instruction of hi^^hways on Canadian goods to fifty per cent 1 premier would only put thi then all goods in schedule B of the � may acquire and hold land in the same manner as citizens of the United States, 2, All other aliens may acquire and hold land "in the manner and to the extent, and for the purpose prescribed by any treaty now existing between the g6vernment of the United States, and the nation or country of which such alien is a citizen or subject," FOUR NEW YORK INSPECTORS! CHARGED WITH COLLUSION FOR PURPOSES OF FRAUD agreement shall be admitted into Canada duty free. When the third reading of Hon. Martin Burrell's bill to aid agriculture was moved, Hon. Frank Oliver, seconded by Hon.' Geo. P. Graham, moved that the ten millions it is proposed to be voted be not voted -n a If the premier would only put the words he had uttered in the bill itself there would be no objection to it. That the bill would be used for corrupt purposes had' been demonstrated in South Renfrew when ministers of the crown and others had made promises that large suras of money would be spent if the Con- New York, April 30.-Four high police pllicials declared by the district'attorney to have been figures in the system of police graft, were placed on trial in the supreme court yesterday accused of conspiring for the perversion and obstruction of justice. The defendants are Dennis Sweeney, James E. Husscy, Jas. Thompson and J. J, Murtha, all former in-i specters. The specific charge against them is that they were in collusion to keep Geo. A. Sipp, a hotel keeper, out of the state, Sipp testified he-fore the aldermanic committee that he paid graft for many years in a Harlem inspection district so that his resort would not meet with police interference, Thompson, Huss y, Murtha, and Sweeney were fn turn inspectors of that district from 1908 to 1912. LIFE FOR A LIFE PREVAILS Sacramento, Cal, April '29.-The hill to prevent capital punishment was defeated in the Seaaiie today after a debate. posed to be voted be not voted 'n a i^jg^^^^j^g candidates were elected, lump sum, but in annual .install-1 ^^q^^ v,itMn the power of ments. The amendment was rejectsd I government, he said, to direct on a vote of 80 to 52, a government expenditure of the money to cer-majority of 37, Mr,. Bureau, of , ^^j^ counties within any province, Three Rivers, then moyed an amend-| ^^^^ parliament would have no voice ment designed to prevent the spend- ing of the whole of the appropriation for ten years by any provincj, in a less period. This was rejected on a in the matter. The third reading of the bill was then adopted on a vote of 83 to 44, less period. This was rcjectnd on a government majority of 39. This division of 03 to 53, a government  ^^d last division of the majority' of 40. On the third reading of the highways bill, Mr. Hugh Guthrie moved an amendment providing for the di- Because they act so gen}lyi (no p �i r g 1 n g 'o r; g r I p i n g ) y e T s o ^5-|rthoroughly gj are best for the childrien a* v^ell �s'\ � the grown-up�,- 25o. ia/boW.vat,;'! 9 your drupijst's..  (.. �tll, Lti>!!li' ___^ � .162 was the filth and "last" division of the sitting, the house rising a.t 1.30 a.m. PROVIDING FOB THOSE LEFT DEPENDENT IX)nilon, April 29.-^The Brl'tlah government, according to announcement made by Premier Astjulth tonight, win provide an annuity of $500 for the widow of Captain Bobert F. Scott, head of the British Antarctic expedition, who perished,, while returning from the .South ^ole, In addition to her Admiralty pension of $1,000. V; , The government will also provide a joint annuity of $1,500 for Capiain Scott's mother, and, hla two sisters, and an annuity, of $1,500 for the widow and sisteMn-law of Dr. Edward A, Wilson, chief o-f the scientific staff Of the expedition. A Glass Of Clears the brain, Btlmr ulates the digea^on and sends you to your oiBce ieellii� line. Abbey's KtTervesient Salt is mildly laxative -a splendid daily tonic for brain workers. Take a Bottle Horn* To-day. 4a leased by, a Japanese for agricultural purposes except that which is al-ready owned or for, any other purpose except those set forth in the agreement between the nations. Explaining the wording of the substitute bill, Mr. Webb said : , "Our theory is that the treaty, as i it now stand, represents all that Japan asked and all that the United States was willing to grant. "This act does not draw the line upon aliens who are ineligible to citizenship. Those wprds are n6t used. It gives not only :to Japan but to every nation whose subjects are ia-. eligible to citizenship under the laws of the United States the full right to ownership of land in California that the treaties bjjtween the United States and such nations give." The firing from the oniiser caused great alarm In the capital, many people assuming that a fresh revolution had broken out, and that fighting was going on. NERVY RUSE 10 RELEASE PRIS PORTUGUESE REVOLUTIONARIES DRESSEID AiS SAILORS AND CARRIED OUT. A DAR. ING PLAN ' IF YOU ARE A DRINKING MAN You hail better stop at once or you'll lose your job. Every line of business is closing Its doors to "Drinking" men It may be your turn next. By the aid of ORBINB thousands of men have been restored to lives of sobriety a.nd industry. � ,, . * 'We are s'o sure that ORBINB will beneflt you that we say to'you that if after, a trial you fall,to get any benefit-from Its use, yoUr inohey will be re-fuuded. When you stop ."Drinking" think of the money you'll, sava; besides ,8ober men are worth more to their employers and get higher wages. Costs only $1.00 a bbx. We have an interesting booklet about ORRINB that we are giving away free on request. Call at our store and talk It over. Bed Cross Drug Store, Limited, Acadia Block, Lethbridge. ' , Lisbon, Portugal, April 30.-Revolu" tlonariea hy a daring plan socured the release during the night of a nuraiber of prisoners arrested during Sunday's j political disturbances m the capital, ' and confined on board the Portu-1 guese' prulser Republican in the harbor.:' y , ,:. Armed meni dressed as sailors clambered on board the cruiser at two o'clock in the- morning, and demanded that the prisoners be handed over 'to them. At tl^o same' moment three shots were fired from the guns on the .cruiser. This made it appear as though the affair was being carried 'out with the