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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD IS- SHE SUFFERED TEN MONTH Mrs. Blankenship Tells of Her Restoration to Health by Lydia �. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. ' BHbrton, Vs..-"I feel it my duty to express my thanks for what Lydia E. IPinkham's Vegeta-} ble Compound has done for me. I was a sufferer from female troubles and had been confined in bed over one third of my time for ten months. I could not do my housework and had fainting spells so thatmybus-band could not leave LETHBRIDGE City Council Disposed of iMany Routine Matters at Yesterday's Session Oil Feb. .10. nominations will bo received for candidates to contest the altlcraani.c seat., made vacant by the death of Aid. Mi-Canibly. The elevibration or. , massage,- No powder; no plasters no , keeping: in the house; Nothing of that, kind at all. Something new and .different - something: delightful and . S.healttUUl- some-...t h i n e instantly successful. � You in.nd. It ' uWermined my health and was weaken-' Kto will- The hawking, .nuslimg, MUHne made me obnoxious to .ill, and J'-nSpWll breath and disgusting habits > mffle'even my loved ones avoid m ScflV Mv -'delight in life was dulled I and my faculties Tmpahed. 1 Knew that 1 MrVUSYe'lt would bring me to an untiiTie-�,* r Stave because every moment ot the & night tt was slowl> yei surely -i "?K�oninK my vitality. JBuI found a erne and 1 am ipudy WkH to tell VOU about It FREE. Wnte me ^ promptly'. K^.^Bigk Just One Cent ^ '"' Seud.' bo 'money. Just jour nainc;.iml *adi"CBBf on 'i a postal cord. h, most voluminous document received by the Council for some time .almost-, equalling the iu�' city chartei In this respect. Mr. lilantdiard asks that, the report he printed, so that the city may-lorin tne- uucieus oi Us official records. All the aldermen are in favor of the scheme, hut it was suggested:that all the annual reports 'be.- printed. The finance committee was1 rerjnested to'bring in a report at the-next meeting as to the cost . Chief,Davis will add one more man to the police force. His request' to New Firt Hall If recommendations made to the Council today by l-'iro Chief Hardy tire adopted, Lethbridge may build two new lire halls during the coming sum. mor, and the headquarters of the fire department will be on 13th St. X. Tho -Vo. 1 hall is far from being central, and witli Staffordville annexed to the city. No. 2 hall is not in a good location. The tire chief recommends that No. 1 hail be made � ho centre for the mercantile district only, that the prrsent No. l" lire hall !>, just north of the 9th St. overhead bridge. City Engineer Blanchard yesterday submitted estimates of the cost of the extensions asked for, as follows: Street Grading............. $1,100 Sidewalks ................. !>50 Sanitary sewers............. 950 W ater mains ............... :!,600 HE GAME TO CANADA AND FOUND A CURE N�w York Engineer PraisM \ Canada's GIN PILLS, f You- never can tell when you are going to have a Kidney attack. ,ft may "be during a visit, on a journey,-nny'titue., It ir. wise always to have GIN PILtS with you, at baud. They are handy to slip into your travelling bag. Splendid for Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Rheumatism and Lumbago. . 29 Btoadwav, New York. "I bought some of your GIN PIM,S at Victoria, B.C. last September. Yoivr, remedy I find, at 60 years of age, to! jfive perfect relief from the Kidney.wid HUdder Troubles incident to one of my Saturday, February 1v K>i& Canada Ceases to. Export Dairy ProductSr-Imports Millions of Eggs age. I urgently recommendGfN PHXS to frieuds as being the one thing that does me good." E. G. WOODFORD. It is worth a tripacross the Continent to find GIN PILLS and to be cured of Kiduey and Bladder Trouble. , But don't wait till you are sixty, before you learn by experience the great good GIN 1 PILLS will do you. If you have the first signs, swollen joints or ankles, pain in the back, black specks floating in front of the eves, take GIN PILLS at once. They will free you of these symptoms of'Kidney and feladder Trouble. 50c. a box--6 for J2.50. Sample '' free by writing National Drirg; and Chemical' Co. of Canada, Limited,  Toronto. :.jS3 Total .............. $6,600 The greater part of these expenditures 'would be classed as local improvements. They will be included in the estimates of work to be undertaken this year. City Charters Are Expensive It costs money to obtain a new city charter. The Council thought so yesterday when they were asked to remit a cheque to the attorney general's department for $1100, The department reqtiires a fee for all bills to be submitted to the legislature, based on a charge of $100 for the first ten pages, and $10 per page for each additional page. The new city charter is a voluminous affair, 120 pages in all, so, that the total cost will he $1200, of which $100 has already been remitted. The Council decided to pay the account as the bill will not. he printed unless the government receives a cheque for the amount. the plant will not have to be rbof-ed. This will save the city somewhere between $7,000 and $10,000. The cost of the plant to date has been a Tew thousand less than , the $92,000 already voted. If the';'rpof had to be provided, the cost would exceed that figure. For a time after the plant was first put in operation, there were grave doubts that it would not work successfully. However, with the exception of two of the very coldest days, it hits been in use steadily since the sewage was first, turned on in November, and so far it is giving the utmost satisfaction. If properly controlled, Mr. Blanchard believes it will work even in the coldest weather without being roofed. MAY NOT HAVE TO ROOF THE PLANT CITY ENGINEER THINKS ROOF IS NOT NECESSARY-WILL SAVE SOME MONEY TERRIFIC BLIZZARD RAGES Duluth, Minn., Jan. 31.-A blizzard; general over the Iron ranges'; and northwestern Wisconsin and north-Western Minnesota, started here at 8 o'clock last nighty and continues today with "unabated fury. The temperature is close to zero, and a 35 mile north wind, accompanied by fine dry snow, is drifting. Indications are that the storm will grow in in tensity and spread over a greater area. CANADIAN ; ii'^PACrFf^ To mention the sewage disposal plant to a city official has heretofore, been like touching a sore spot. But when the subject was broached to City Kngineer Blanchard this morning, lie 'smiled, lie is convinced that the sewage disposal plant is going to cost considerably less than the appropriation. Unless something unforeseen arises, �TIQNAIDSON1INE Steamship and Railway Tickets FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this side and forwarded to your family or friends. Our way of handling business is impossible to Your passengers will re-full instructions. We ad-you when they will reach destinations. RATES THE VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE SAILINGS EVERY WEEK For full information see steamship and railway agents. Or write- H. E. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent 445 Main Street Winnipeg* Man. this beat, ceive vise their "Around the World Tour" �  New Luxurious Canadian Pacific -Steamships EMPRESS OF RUSSIA from Southampton, Eng., April 1, 1913 AND EMPRESS OF ASIA .from Southampton, May 2:7, 1913 CALLING AT Gibraltar, Vlllefranche or Marseilles, Suez, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, Hong Kong, Yokohama. Singapore, and other points FARE FOR THIS TOUR FROM LETHBRIDGE $639.10 For particulars, apply to S. B. Mitchell, ticket agent, Lethbridge, or write to- � :;'-." R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent. Calgary, Alberta. The Monetary Times says: -Record prices paid the producer of dairy, poultry'and live stock products, the constant decrease of the, supply us compared with the rapidly increasing demand, and the significant fact that.'.fj.aiiada last ,y.ear ceased to be a butter exporting country, only 70 packages being sent abroad, were in-terestiiig statements' made by Mr. .lohn.A. Gttnn, president of the Montreal Produce Merchants 'association, �ip his '-annual report. lie suggested Chat the farmers of Canada should cultivate intensive farming, and. make, a 'closer;.study of the demand. Discussing,, trade conditions last - year Mr. iJt'tnn said: "While there has been increased in teres't "shown' by farmers and producers \JU the quantity and quality of '.poultry, kept on the farm, as shown by the increased production of eggs, , still the quantity falls short of the Ifteanad'hui consumptive demand. V> bringing Eggs From United States ':' ^'During 3911, a large ^proportion of the eggs stored in Eastern Canada were shipped to the Northwest and British Columbia. Last season this trade was practically lost-to the Canadian, producer, the United ; States farmer capturing "the 'business, in the face of three cents per' dozen duty, yet the 1912 season closed with only enough.eggs in Eastern Canada to supply the current demand until about February 1st. It Is estimated that Canadian dealers have imported into Canada, 150 cars of eggs this season, representing nearly two million dozen, upon which a duty ot three cents per dozen was paid, equal to $60,000. Why should this ,be Is the farmer awake to the: possibilities? High-Prices for Dairy, Produce � 'The past season has' established a new. record of high prices for dairy produce,'.but. while proving the most remunerative .in the history of the produce trade as far as the producer is concerned, it has been most unsatisfactory from the exporter's standpoint. ; While the high'prices paid for Canadian aheese were justified , q& the opening of the season, on account of the extreme scarcity, Canadian as well as British operators, seem to lose sight of the fact that the extreme high prices would curtail consumption, and, further, that it could hardly be expected that the same conditions which prevailed last year would oc cur again this season. Last year the dry weather in England greatly cur-1 tailed the make of the English cheese -while the weather this .year was favorable throughout the whole season; the result being that the English make of cheese was the largest on record, and the price reasonable, when compared ' with the prices being paid for the Canadian produce. As the season advanced the demand for Canadian cheese fell off, and Canadian operators have since found the trade dragging. and unprofitable." Passing of Butter Export Trade "The season of 1912 will go down in history as the year which saw the passing of the export butter trade, there being only seventy packages exported, and .these to South Africa,' in 1912, as against 134,000 packages in 1911; The value of the cheese and butter exported jn 191 was estimated $23,290,395, as against $7,312,844 1912, showing, a reduction in value of $5,895,551. , While, our export butter trade during 1912 amounted to practically nothing; bur trade with the Canadian Northwest and British Columbia. showed "a, substantial increase,"' : ...... jrj;lJ^|lvnM�t''-N^\\^ York.to 1.)uild'lOO houses1'' ;ColjcJiM:uii"\\ ill.lmiUl ..... ., ... 100 houses "' !].'!.>.- BeirnVu. iirniiiiiicni business man . ;........... ... .... 25 lioiisc.s,' The .Weskover Park Syndicate '. 25 houses-- Total number assured 250 Bfou^es Add to tli'?s- ' ' v " '' ;. Jr?.>,O(M>jO0(rV'worth of Factories, am! Business \]; Blocks and you have S$me Our Property i - See MIT FORD & Utilise 0W; Service s at in USING SLUNG SHOT HURLING STONES FROM, CATAPULTS WITH POOR.'AIM- MAIL BOXES SUFFER VmrJK W!-m{M{vl^m . ��* 'to t'"- police force,, tils request FOR SALE Farm of .1920 acres', llear Oranhroolc, B. 0. six miles from Rail-way station; 300 acres natural hay meadow, balance can he irrigated ami converted into first class agricultural and fruit land. An ideal location for a stock farm on the line of the new government automobile, highway, now under construction;" For price and terms, write The Lund Land and Development Company, Limited BRITISH COLUMBIA London. Jan. .'11 .--The British suffragette's have adpped the. sktng-shot as a weapon. With It they hurl heavy leaden discs stamped "Votes for VVomen!" � . ',"'"�. Tihelr aim has not. been good, and the damage thus fur has not been great' The disc Is said by doctors to be capable of killing a man, An actress named ".facky" Metford, was charged in police court this morn ing with, bombarding shop windows with.one of these oatapuits used from tho lop of an omnibus. She-was fin ed: $10, or tt-month's 'imprisonment tier father paid the fine, The suffragettes continue to set fire '.'to t the contents, of the street letter bixes; Several iliousand letters were destroyed at various polutB this morning. ' . �' John H. Marshall �(vas. elcvted pre-^Odjuili at UAnaUtou Liberal.,QluJk AVE ACT .AS EXECUTOR^AND, TltiUSTEE UNDGR . - -WILLS, LIQUIDATORS, ASSIGNEE;; RECEIVER, GUARDIAN- OF � INFANTS, AND COMMITTEE'- OF 'LUNATICS,'"' � " ' " �����'" ' Etc:; "ET-C ' �: ..- ;�',�'' We undertake.� financial .agencies-.of all kinds, superintend .investments and collect dividends, interest and. agreement payments. ' GIVE YOUR BUSINESS TO " A LOCAL' ,ENTERPRISE. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST & GUARANTEE COMPANY Conybeare Block, Lethbridge,'Alberta. C. F. P Conybeare, Esq., K.C., D.C.L. ', .. M J- 8, Haxton, .. : o. t- . oouyu president;' Manager, and Seo'y "' � ''-': �'� "�-. ''�""�- �:� i^.. ' �' �, * ' ,'V - 1 * =0 and Undivided Piotfi's (ff�er) v��OJ OyVVVv.' t�(�i Assets$69l#|);0,Ql} .'.''"S^ye.!1 rouWe und idss| B}' -nicariis-pi'tlie ijiviik -Moiiey Orders which-we'. issue,. yaUj'.caa- seud sums up to $50 to any. point in Canada' (Yukon excepted) or to any of the principal � cities -of the United States jvith iiitiiinitim cost- and' � trouble and absolutely no risk pf.lpss. Orders for sums tip to $5.''cost..^e. - Frojn $5