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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday^ February 5, 1913 THE liETfflBitlPOE DAILY HEKALO Pafife 7 THE GREAT - WEST LIFE ASSURANCE Cif ANY '. " ' - :, /r',V:., /.* Buffalo, N.Y. "I have been a Pullman conductor on 1 the C.p.R. and Michigan Central'for the last three years. About "four years ago, I was laid up with intense.pain in:tiie groin, a very sore back, and suffered most severely when I tried to urinate.\ J treated with my family physician for two' months for, Gravel In The Bladder but did not receive any benefit. About that time, I met another railroad man who' had been similarly affected '. andwip-had been cured by GIN PILLS, : after haying been given up by a pro-1 minerit 'jphysicianS who treated him for Diabetes. He is now rhnning on. the road and is perfectly cured. He strongly advised me to try GIN'PILLS -which I did-r-with the result that the pains left Wei entirely." 1 ; ' FRANK S. IDE. 50c. � box, 6 for ^2.50. Sample free if you Write National Drngand Chemical Co. of Cjinada Limited, Toronto. 137 CONCERT IN AID OF GERTRUDE DOE WAS MOST LIBERALLY PATRONIZED TRIAL OF MEN FOR CHEAT! THE STATE Berlin, Feb. 4.-The trial of seven ainber dealers and turners on a charge of defrauding the Prussian treasury of $250,000 worth of amber began in the first criminal court yesterday. The amber, or fosil reBin, is washed upon the shores of the Baltic Sea, from the sea floor and is the chief source of the world's supply. It belongs, by virtue of an ancient monopoly, to the Prussian state which collects the amber and distributed it to the turners and dealers to be worked and sold. The turners must account for every ounce, including the valuable trimmings cut from the block amber. The seven men are accused of acting in collaboration to obtain great quantities of amber from the state under false pretenses and selling it for their own advantage, and further 'with keeping the trimmings and selling them to be made into pressed amber, known in the trade as amberoid. The preliminary investigation lasted four years and the evidence filled 400 pages. nine 1Wm ^ Womertrsiteommonest'allrnont t -the root of's'o.mueh of their" i l!l�Vea/tK*^prorfiptly yieldsita . the; igen'tle 'but' certain, action of'NarDruiCo' Laxatives. * 25c. a0�IJADA, tlMITCO. oFb7'theWwarm:wo'atWr. >lbf> skat- * au,nm)r lTTai macmne, expiamea ing rink was .also b^Bfeag�in Mon- �ow ?e made it, what he put into it, dav nicht > , 7 " 1how lt �Poratcd and what the dam- nu. , j- � J mt,T �se would be to the person who ^ The young ladies. ,;^a^^: return should open it The Taylor and Bos-dance and cvemn^aghame in- the fllsk bo^ r entrusted town hfcll February ,ftd(/ Jo thmr to ^ ^ gentlemen !neBd�.i,t^^^0wd In t,e 6 f H F fl, 8&{d was present, and a. yc.rV enjoyable he had ^ Herrera evening was spent^^all, was away, and had placed the bomb, C. Cameron's frie�^ are-pleased to wrapped in a pasteboard box, on see him able to atljepd' to- business the landing outside the door. He in-again;r..ftqd 'SUffie^tfly^MoanB^ -;to sisted, however, that he intended to lay^aside his crutcj^an^stick; v. j scace the familv. Mrs. J. R. Mclseini:,iir.boi'hds .been an inmate of the ]|funidjpva.t, hospital for a' few weeks, - eypeots to xdtiirn. home this month., ' vaVigds t committees! for'the yeaA'theitteotinE adjourned. , ^'&K V ' A* regular, meeiu^g'^of'^t^e ^cpyncil w�.lfeldi Mcmday,%hf?^ter ' syndicato come up to around 40,000 MEN WITH INSIDE INFORMATION GRAB JUNK OF THE NA-TIONAL RESOURCES GalRar'y, Feb. 5.-A syndicate of Calgary capitalists have just added 14,000 acres of coal lands in Willow Creek district to their holdings:-in the neighobrhood of DrumheHer, which makes the total holding of this gular business w^^%yvej:',:'somg iibe. It wast learned tha^Sergtf MpDoug-al 1 had banded. injhlsv^resignation',, and wassjaccepted by* the police- committee! It'was alsd.-repjortefct^t--the other constables fwera- jnoxifiiedatheir services would. not: be reaiured ' ajfter the; present vmonthi^hut:,'thtvt ?� on x&-organization; they.'ipQUlds^^apply^for positions on the: forctf/Ji � >i! ^, . Wouldn't.Hflve Time Office,Boy-"Wan^t to.pee tho^guv'-nor? Whatnamp" sh^JJ I-s'ay?V Visitor--"Her- S'cb.wejifasifilBbvipghau-sen" , , n,^ , Offlce^Boy-"^at-itl^ is'am leaving at the end of thf'^^i," ' � - � -OF- Paper, Paints, lijpl,- , BO0kS and Fuflill)lig /^t.2,30 Vand-7,30 p.m, In Standafd t Furniture Co/a? gld v8tJi^,�4J3i Flfth'^trpet'^oirth,' opposite MoitU Theatre... cfl^'Vt/K|jB-'^f' tj^pl' - following: , t2>QQP 'Jtolls of Wall Paper, alllt�%Mt -AkQgffltfOT Spring.'; P.apley7liaji*gi||g/-vpil -be - soldi i��bom lots, any size. -  siCA " ' " 0 Volumes of bookji by differes^pip^ys.; large1 quantity of Brushes a,nd acres, it is stated. One of th� men, in the syndicate is William" George-: son. ; That the deal is an immense one. can be judged by. the fact that l( costs abouta dollar a year in duos to the government.to hold such lands, making a total of around $40,000. The syndioate secured the lands,.im-medlaiely following the announcement by the Canadian Pacific 'Railway" of their plans for 1913, which call for the .'construction of a line that will go near the Willow Creek coal fields; on the way from Calgary to Empress-and" further east. _ rt'- ' The plans of th,e syndicate to:ques--tion' are said to be-to open up'th'8 district, and establish a group'^f.new mines, with the ultimate object of endeavoring ,to - invade - the western states with the product. Though the names of the men who compose the syndicate are being kept secret, it Is said that there is several millions, per hind them.  - i \:-: :�'. SI WHLHS FAtE London,: Feb. 4.-Another .mygtery^ exercising-the minds of Britlsh-'news-: paper readers is the fate of !|ir;Wal� ter Strickland,, Bart., �who^'i'was'vrp'sti heard from on December. l.::.'jHe-.was then in the souths ot Pranco..,/ i Sir Walter, was oxtraordinai^:- .;in character. He was a scholarr *:nud 'gypsy. .For thirty years he wander-vedi.over 'the world, botanizing,; trans-lating Horace apd Moliere, goring *i'intp, trouble with'most oiviii'^odi-goN ' ernments, and writing violent'-;:patjii: ^phl'ets,. and verses against iesti/ltfij^if: ' things. It is suggested -that Maurice, v Hewlett � based his new . characteri? Sehhouse, on Stripkland. SJir^.W;*. ' ter" was only once in London&rTBip [ : was in 1909, when he succeed'ed|�to^;tifti:;| title. He stayed here a weejL'f He - had :two adoptpd:,sons;::whomlh'ey11^ witlidut; resources. Nplthervihls mm S'-lawyers' not\his publifeheifs'can get any' �'trace of' iijn�, ' . 1 ' , " Will' Be Needed , A ragged }ittle .boy approached 0^0.' of jthehiospitals recently, and;a^fej�cj,'at .the.offloe: "Please/sir, will yon^'sfiifdl tl^'e'am'bl'.nce right away l^^q"",^ j Blank lane cob, miivver's fijjitirj' the I wewnan thai swlned. our" iioor|n4^?" j'^^iA A grand success was the verdict of all those who attended the Benefit Concert and Whist Drive hold last evening under the auspices o� the Kentish society, in the S.O.E. hall'. A fine crowd was present, there being 08 tables; in play and everyone thoroughly enjoyed., themselves. This affair was held, it will be remembered, for the benefit oi little Gertrude Doe, who met with an unfortunate accident at the 13th street crossing, resulting in the amputation of a foot: Although most o! those present were there for the sake of helping this cause, the concert was certainly 'worth ,thei price of admission, and the KentisKt society are to be congratulated on their efforts to make this affair a success, for never was there, on a Lethbridge platform, better local talent than that, which took past last night.; The first'item-on the program was a solo by Mr. J. T.- Petts, which was rendered in a very .acceptable manner. For an encore he.very graciously sang, "Absent'-'p a difficult, song for. a male voice, but nevertheless well rendered. Miss 'Simm followed with "Life's Blessing1/, and certainly lived'up to her refutation as a contralto soloist. Fo^an encore-she sangr "To Youy Ohr-Sp,eak?',a which met with hearty applause. Mr. 'G. Fryer, who made his first appearance on a Lethbridge platform last-night, as an impersonator, certainly created lots of merriment with his .funny jokes and stories, Mr. A. S. Mc-Gougan', who-* needs 110^ introduction to sLcthbridge citizens,: t in his .pleasant-rendition of "Two. JDyes.of Grey" excelled himself, even though the piece -was.a,simple one. If,or an encore he sang- "Myra",. a pleasing Scotch ballad., with a charm peculiar-to itself. This met.with hearty applause, which ^wastwell, merited. Mr.  G- E-. Fleming. followed with "The Bedouin Isove Song";: a piece with lots. of possibilities for a bass voice*..but he certainly proved himself equal to the task. "A Barque at Midnight1', rendered as an encore, w;as. certainly enjoyed by all, judging .'.by the' applause. Mrs.Waddington, as � accompanist, performed !her duties: inv-a very gratifying manner, her playing being in sympathy with the songs tendered, and helping;, in a great (measure to make the concert the success it was. .- ' After a vote of thanks proposed'by .the .chairman, and. followed by rounds of applause, cards were resumed, whioh.vlasted till midnight, when the result's', were made known.  , > ,- Ladies' first: prize, Mrs. Faunch ; Gentjemen's,' Mr. Lee. - Consolation, (Ladies)), Mrs. J. H. Fleetwood; Gentlemen's, Mr. Daniel Hooker.  The' proceeds, which, airiounted to about' $50, will, be given;totMr; ,Doe for his little : daughter. 'The atfair closed .Svith the singing of ,,000 inhabitants, "has only 1500 or 1600 automobiles] and Moscow has fower. in "pro-, portion. .The whole of the Russian Emjjine, with 170,000,000, people,, has Inb-W^re than;.Bix:.thousand, autonior biles, .so it may be seen- that in_, this {b^ra/^ird country there are consld- ;OTab%iopportunItIes for an enterpris- ',ing Jnfanufaetuner. ffieftotstipatiof* \ t x 1 ia M'encn)y witWn the camp, It wfB:'; j -;, Undprmlae the strongest constitution ' , aivflat: the Union; station, when it was known that Mr A. B. Duff, district passenger agent for the' Grand Trunk Railway, had resigned. Mr.TJuff had been in Toronto binpe 1911,' and during that time made many^ friends. Mr. Diiff }a leaving io't Wfjanipe&'to join tile J.! , C.'Catnnbe'l^Company in the,real es- PillS tate, business',, ,," , Raymond, Feb. 4.-The Mutual: im-' bridge, and Miss Maydell Caj;ler of the Knight Academy faculty. ,' Mark Y. Croxall, instructor in the Raymond second ward mutual, delivered a lecture on "Vocation and Industry." The visitors then discussed the question at some - length, during which-irwas 'affnounced 'tnar'itrwdt; the purpose of the-general authorities' of the mutual organization to estabj lish a department: through -which' the ambitions of the youth could -be :as-certained and his energies . iproperly directed, so that he could be. encouraged to follow the" line he was especially adapted for, with the bop_e of finally arriving at the 'station in life where the individual can .accomplish the greatest amount of good; , .. The early life and^vpresent ^position of Pres. B. H. Roberts* waa cited as an example worthy emulation.^ Thos. A. Edison's remarkable rise from a newsboy to the topmost pinnacle in1 the world of inveniion;,and discovery, was used as ah illustration of the power of concentration and per-, sonal effort. , Many men live and die in a rut when they might have-.atfajned* prom^ inence'had their energies^ have been properly directed' in lines 'for -which they were intended. "* " "f.\-"'" The committee ::will", take �up';ithe work with the parents and1 endeavor to secure their co-operation in bending the efforts of Ahek^oysintb proper channels in the- industrial j'world., Lo Roy P. SkoiiBoa.^ spokBi. on'contest work in general andiathletlcs;especially., He venti5red:.:t^e?. assertion that greater succegs-^ouli attepd^the work. At... this particular line.'.-of .'work was emphasized and-carefully- coached. The young nifnv must:-: expend their energies and-it ,is:faxr~bette,r>to, interest them in-igu-ch-a movement than to leave them entirely5to,.i:hem^ selves, in such matters.'   >pt B. Spencer Young; handled the>aues-tion of enthusiasm,-which he;.declao,-i ed was an absolute nepssMty In,any organization or line ot^work. !fjis-� pecially among the- ypung;;,p^ople\-wn8 it: necessary, to: keep enthu$iasmvatvits highest pitch. ' ', ;) i" Superintendent M. H. BrlmhalL reported the last ye�'r!$ -work; which showed a very good averttge'^ejchinB the' 100 per cent.-; mark in1 many/ respects. :,;,' ' , , - Y' ' The session closedvWith'-a-YOcafcsclo by Thomas Albltsen." ^ '' A The annual meeting of: the stockholders of tiie Hub Company Limited, was held as per notice and the report, of the manager considered, which, shows a very successful year's' business with an excellent clean up, * which was voted added to the already large undivided profit pf former years.. The same board of directors except, one was elected, and M. Y. Croxall ; was elected to fill that vacancy. -'>.'�-.,:, The annual meeting of the Raymond Opera House company held at;the opera house last night 'was largely attended by interested stockholders, who were well satisfied With the work � of the board during the past" year and retained',them for the coming yea-r ' with a vote'of thanks for their efforts in the past. ' The �� Opera House company -la in good shape and 'has bright 'prospects of wiping out their entire debt;'the : ment In towns the size: of Raymond can show the progress this concern -. has made. ." - :"  x The program rendered at the Raymond first ward meeting house on Sunday, �Feb. 3 at 7.30 o'clock in honor of Elder George Brewerton, .who ; leaves shortly:for a.mission in Great-Britain, was as follows: , , Opening exercises;, Missionary Life; # Elder John Harvey; instrumental duet'. Second Ward; recitation, BJslmp . John F.' Anderson;. vocal duet, >M.l''v 1 and Mrs. W. J. Wixom;'our bpye.-MfS,'' V. L. Tanner; ladies'; quartette, First Ward; reeltationi Pearl Benpiettji "Just Arrived,',' Anonymous; vocal' solo, Mrs. W. B, Nalder; echoes, Geo*:, H. Budd; piano' Bplo, Hattie, Card"; . Mormon Missionary, ,;B; * S. Yourig;, { chorus,: Returned-'Missionaries; ', Remarks, Eflder George Brewerton; aong, ( "God be With You," congregatiop, * New Zealand,Labor ^ Men Repudiate Him , London, Feb. 4,TrKeir Hardjet today received the following/cab^granip dated Christie Ohurchj tfeyrjZealand;: "The combined labor .forces of^Jftw; Zoalana repudiate Allen's oTfei oi an expeditionary force, and strongly, oo-.^. i\ pose the compulsory ,'dofenoB*ao,t^ ^' i'p''^ This telegram probably ^efer^^lp /� $ the statement made by. Hon.', 'fames' , AlleiJ, Dominion-'1'minister .-q^fjntoee^ pV�fe and ' defence, at ah inspectioniof #ie h,m battleship New Zealand' aV, W$fr:C "v^ mouth Monday, when'h^JsaidUt was*^vvp his opinion that New Zealand not making sufficientssafii'flde^ to ^lto � \l empire's jieeds ;,^h'ey, must- not* ihve* - - A material only, they m$^ | too, and the men "would be ing when" they \30uld aRord J. M. Denyes of Belleville Collegiate institute .has h'een apppirited pjjjftic j school inspector' of "Haiton, succeeding J. S. Deacon. > ; VL1 - Tps^fe%^f".c^AB^, y ;^,| V *- *<<� i i ./-ii'iV^ ' i. " Ul f, Vi�4'i? Ievi� �sv^ollen1,* (nf akn�4 pahsttafes i and h|^�h�Mn� Instantly Rel lev Nose, Hand. ,Bnasuoh ... -pottle dtt'.'ISlyJ drug'-stcj'eiiThi  dissolves; by 84 61 ;