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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlwi'srtay, February 6,1913 THE LETHBHIBfxE DAILY HERALD Page 13 Cramming down ill-chosnn food, and rushing back to work, leads straight to dyspepsia, with all it means la misery. Proper habits of entlng, with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal, restore good digestion, health and happiness. A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia tablets ' costs but SOo. at your Druggist's. National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, WAS PLEASING CONCERT Passburg, Feb. 4.-A grand concert !was held 4n tl))a Slavic- hall last Wednesday. The hall was well filled. A swell program was gone tlvrough, under the direction of James Sloan, of Blalrmore. Four tableaux were given, "The battle of Flowers," "Hock of Ages," "Greek Idols," ahd "God Save the King." These were well received and reflected great credit upon the - performers, and director alike. Mrs. Lee BlairnioTe charmed the audience with her singing, "My Ain Folk" and "All Alone," the latter especially being well received and encored. Mrs. W. -E. Dunqan, Passburg, gave a pianoforte solo, which certainly displayed ' the manner in which she has- mastered the art of playing. Mrs. Duncan also sang, "You are-the Sweetheart of my Dreams," which ,-ecelved hearty applause. Miss B. Pinlchey, Blalrmore, recited "The Prairie Heroine," which .displayed her talent as- a reciter. Mrs. W. L. Hamilton gave two recitations, which pleased the audience immensely. J. N. Rowell gave a mandolin solo and so great and certain was the applause that Mr. Row-ell had to return. Mr. Klerkln, of Maple Leaf, favored with two solos In his own tongue which pleased bis many countrymen. C. Clague, Bur-mis, in a fine tenor voice sang two songs, the last receiving' an encqre. W. E. Woodward sang "The Veterans' Song" with very pleasing effect. F. M. Raadle sang two songs which displayed a fine bass voice. Miss Jessie Hamilton recited in fine style, which, gave mucb. promise of ability. Mr. E. Houghton added to. the evening's enjoyment by two well rendered songs. A pretty duet by Misses KnOwles and Fabain, "You shan't play in my Backyard," was well given. The Singing of A. Rowley and C. Tonks of Burmis was greatly enjoyed and well received The program was well maintained and each artist deserves equal credit in the way it Was carried out. The chair was taken by Rev. G. H. Wyckerley,, 'who expressed his pleasure at meeting so many people of different nations, joined in the brotherhood of Canadlanshlp. Mr" Shearer and Mts. W. E. Duncan served as accompanists with much acceptance. The Presbyterian church funds will be the richer by $50 as a result of this concert; MRS, SCOTT'S SUFFERING OVER Doctors Advised An Opera* tion. How She Escaped Told By Herself. Buekner, Mo.-'' For more than a year X suffered agopies from female troubles and the doctors at last decided there was no help for me unless I went to the hospital for ah operation. Iwjis awfully against that opera^ tipn, and as a last resort wrote to you for special advice | and I told you just what I suffered with I bearing down pains, backache, shooting pains in my left side, and at times I could not touch my foot to the floor without screaming, I was short of breath, had mothered spells, felt dull and draggy all the time. I could not do any work, and oh bow I dreaded to have an operation. . "I received-a letter full of kind advice, which I followed, and if I had only written her a year ago I would have been saved so much suffering, for today Lam a well woman. I am now keeping house again and. do every bit of my own work. Every one in this part of the country knows it was Lydia E. Pjnkham's Vegetable Compound, that has restored me to health, and everywhere I go I recommend it to suffering vromiww" -Mrs. Lizzie Scott, Buekner, Mo. If yon wont special advice write to ILjdla �. rinkham Medicine Cov(confl-lentlal), Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a rroman and held in strict confidence. STER HONOR Tho Westminster honor roll for January w;as as follows : Requirements, 40 per cent, oh each subject, 60 per cent, on total, except Grade 8, which are 33 1-3 per cent, and 50 per cent.: GRADE VIII.-J. Shand, M. Bal-lantyne, J. Nielsen, M. Harleman, C. Geigcr, V. Odney, W. Donald, Sarah Emerson. F. C. Jennings, Principal. GRADE VII.-Helen Bryan 70 per cent., Marguerite Stevenson 69, Maud Heaton 66, Ada Covell 66, Victor Gillies 63, Robert Watson 60. GRADE VI-William Mallen 65, Merle Reid 63. ft. II. Bruce, Teacher. GRADE V.-Clarence Jackson 85, Oscar Scablom 84, Arthur Mad 1 vena 80, Conrad Tatnbor 80, Eva Har-greaves 73, Zcra Dunsworth 71, Albert Paulson 67, Wade Ridpath 65, James Wilson 64, John Konlar 62, Grace Parsons 61. GRADE IV.-Andrew Queen 80, George Bolderson 72, Fred Ingram 07. N. Halpenny, Teacher. GRADE IV.-Agnes Robertson 8/7, Myrtle Gillies 82, Frank Sullivan 82, Margaret Webber 80, Richard Mallen 78, Frank Staines 78, Marjorie Bournes 78, Mona Walton 78, Einar Malm 77, Mavis Hill 75, Elma, Um-mcr 74, Charles Milligen 71. Miss O. Trenholntc, Teacher. SR. GRADE III.-Elsie Westcott, William Coffey, Bertie Maclndoe, Hurga McLcllan, Harry Hill, Robert Kcrgan, Bella McNabb, Rosie Knowl-den. A. G. Canreron, Teacher. GRADE III. JR.-Daisy Holmes .09, James Miliar 99, Minnie Ilazen 98, Arthur Buchanan 98, Elsie Smced 07, James Hill 9(i, Ruth Brown 94, Mary;Craigcn 90, May Horn 90, Flora Cain 89, Stanley Hargxeavcs 88, Winnie Stonely 88, Lily Bains 81, Norman Qciger 83, Arthur Pcndle 83, Pearl Taylor 82, Annie Waterhouss 81, Raymond Henderson 81, Richard Brown 80, Albert Brown 78, Ruth Mockford 73, Ada Binning 71, James Jones 72, Charlie Weselman 66, Willie Patching 65, Willie Westcott 65. Miss D. M. Pound, Teacher. a TRALIA L POLICY WORKS ILL RESULT SHOWN IN LARGELY INCREASED PRODUCING POPULATION AND WEALTH Adelaide, Australia, Feb. 5.-The success of the policy of the South Australian government in repurchasing large estates for oloser settlement is demonstrated in the annual report of the surveyor general. It Is pointed out that the total area repurchased for the purpose of plans mentioned to June 30 last, was 619,-468 acres at a cost of $9,447,220, and that of this, excluding 52,024 acres, the holders of which had completed purchase, the area then held from the crown was 257,349 acres by 1700 Individuals. The only estates repurchased during the year was North Bundaleer, comprising 22,320 acres. This, was subdivided into 54 blocks and the whole area with the exception of. 1500 acres surrounding the homestead, which was withheld, was allotted. "Biefore the government acquired the estate for closer settlement," Btates the surveyor general, "the number of persons resident and employed on the whole area would not have exceeded 500, 'while from the information from the .proprietors when the estates were repurchased it was found that there were 346,000 sheep, 818 horses and 3120 cattle on the land, and very little cultivation was being carried on. "On June, 30 laiat, on the area still held from the crown (the holders of 52,024 acres had completed purchase of'this area would represent a population of at least 400 .persons, or about 7� families)' there was a population of 4900 persons including children, 121,012 sheep, 8259 horses and 8908 cattle, in addition to between 7000 and 30,000 pigs and nearly 36,000 poultry. . "During the year 63,492 acres yielded 660,691 bushels of wheat, 3929 acres harvested for barley, and oats gave a return of 69,697 buahels; 16,-174 acres out for hay returned 19,794 tons, and 1875 acres were cultivated for peas, potatoes', orchards and vineyards and for vegetable*., In addition 45,603 acres were fallowed for the coming season. The total value of the improvements effected by the tenants since allotment is about $1,-625,000." ... CAPITAL CONTROLLED BY Less Than Thirty Men Have Controlling Voice in Immense Wealth ^1 71-^ Uv**-U:S FOR WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE Signatures of some well-known men who believe In voces for women. Most of them are prominent Toronto business men. - . c Hon. H. R. Emmerson in his speech on the Bank Bill quoted an authority who said that Canada's economic structure was In control of "23 capitalist directors." Mr. Enraier-son's authority is Nathaniel S. Fine-berg. The latter compiled a list of companies whose capitalization (bond and stocks) reaches or exceeds $500,-000 (including a few insurance companies of smaller capitalization because of the magnitude of their investment.) He discovered that the directors 'who are common to the 121 Canadian corporations can be sifted down to 48, all residents of Canada, with the single exception of Lord Strathcona. Of the 121 corporations, eight are operating outside of Canada. The 48 directors are on the boards of at least three companies of the 121. The best of the 48 given is as follows: Senator Geo.'Cox, W. D. Matthews, F. Nicholls, R. Mackay, Sir H. M. Pellatt, Sir William Mackenzie, Sir William Van Home, E. B. Osier, Z. A. Lash, H. S. Holt, R. B. Angus,' C. R. Hosmer, R. Jaffray, B. S. ClOus-ton, Senator L. J. Forget Lord Strathcona, Sir G. A. Drunrmond, Sir H. M, Allan, W. R. Brock, James Ross, H. M. Molson, Sir Rodolphe Forget, John Hosken, D. B. Hanna, Dr... Morrice; S. H. Ewlng, E. B. Greenshields, D. Mac-keen, Sir Donald Mann, Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, A. Kingman, James Cra-thern, W. H. Beattle, R. Meighen; C. M. Hays, R. Kilgour, W. Wainwright, H. A. Allan, EC Bickerdike, Ellas Rogers, William R. Smith, J. H. Plum-mer, Sir Edmund Walker, R. Archer, J. P. Black, R. Redford, J. M. Gibson, and H. J. Meredith. Nine Live in Toronto Since the above list was prepared several of tbe list have died. 'Mr. Fineberg found further that at the bottom of the whole economic structure of Canada are 23 capitalist directors'wio are members of 90 out of the total 121 corporations. In other words, these 23 men are the directors in practically all of Canada's economic life. Of the 23 men nine reside, in Toronto, 13 in Montreal, and one in England. The 23, three of whom are deceased since the preparation of the estimate, are as follows: Senator G. A. Cox, director hf 19 companies, financial, transportation, and industrial, with total capitalization ot 194 millions. W. D. Matthews, director of 17 companies, 'with capitalization of 410 millions. F. Nicholls, director of 14 companies, with capitalization of 237 millions. Senator R. MnoKay, director of 14 companies, with capitalization of 488 millions. Sir H. M. Pellatt, director of 13 companies, with capitalization of 101 millions. Sir Win. Mackenzie, director b� 13 companies, with capitalization of 215 millions. Sir Wm. Van Home, director of 12 companies, with capitalization of 481 millions. E. B. Osier, director of 11 companies, with total capitalization of 358 millions. Z. A. Lash, director of 11 companies, with capitalization of 183 millions. R. B. Angus, director of 10 companies, with total capitalization of 419 millions. , Sir. R. Forget, seven corporations, 56 millions. C. R. Hosmer, director of 10 com- The family remedy for Coughs and Cold* THE and iSfles ea aauchl* EFORE going to winter sports and after returning, there is nothing so delicious as FRY'S- steaming, palatable and nourishing. Young folk and even old folk will delight in the crisp, keen wintery air if they have the beneficial warmth and strength conferred by FRY'S Cocoa. Children and old people find eal Boon It gives all the strength-building, warmth-making, flesh-forming elements of the most fragrant and delicious varieties of the cocoa bean. When you order cocoa remember "nothing will do but FRY'S." All Grocers sell it. trade! Supplied by J.S. FRY & SONS, Ltd., Montreal, Toronto^ Winnipeg, CaJgaryj Vancouver, Victoria 57 panies, with capitalization of" 397 millions.  Senator L. J. Forget, director of 9 companies, with capitalization of 431 millions. Lord Strathcona, director of nine companies, capitalization of 410 millions. Senator G. A. Drummorid, director of nine corporative, capitalization of 400 millions. H. M. Molson, director of seven companies, capitalization of 15 millions. D. B. Hanna, seven corporations, 99 millions. E. B. Greenshields, six corporations, 105 millions. Sir Donald Mann, six corporations, 99 millions. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, six corporations, 257 millions. � R. Meighen, Ave corporations, 359 millions. W. Wainwright, five corporations, 430 millions. H. A. Allan, four corporations, 88 millions. Figures That Stagger  Mr. Fineberg thus computes that 23 men .'direct 90 out of ISl.-.-jr-rjora-tions, who control corporation capital to the amount of $1,500,000,000, and assets-to the amount of $2,250,000,000, equal to. 90. per cent, of the total capitalization and total assets of the 121, corporations examined. Mr. Emmerson did not put on 1-Ion-gard all of the estimate above, nor did he mention, the names of the 4S or the 23. The list, however, he had with Jiim is as noted. �' "These are'23 capitalist financiers," he said, "upon whom depend in a very largo measure the type and direction of Canadian natural property," T SI E C. P. R. NOT TAKING THEM BACK ACCORDING TO ANNOUNCEMENT MADE AT OTTAWA The South Waterloo Agricultural Society may hold their annual fair In Preston instead of fialt.  , Cranbrook, B. C, Feb. 5.-Great discrimination has been shown here by the C.P.R. in the re-employment of the strikers belonging to.the Can-> adian -Brotherhood oi Railroad Employees. � Some men ot four and even more years.'...service previous to the strike have been curtly refused, others taken back at a reduced monthly rate. The men who first went back have in several cases recoived increased rates in their old positions. Where reasons for not taking a man back are Riven they are worse than petty. For instance, bne;.man on being taken back 'Was/ told a- position would have been'.'found; for him a fortnight before,- but'he had passed,a very minor official, in the �street.' without recognition during the strike. At the time,the'rejjart of the the Conciliation board was ^presented to the Minister of.Ijabor it was stated in the press ''^hat. the finding would apply throughout;, the system." It is surely up to the minister, and"the Dominion government'to see to it that the findings of its board are acted up to by the company, as in the case of the G.T.P. While quite accurate as a descrip^ tion of our fellow citizen whose impending departure was noticed in Monday's Herald, his, name should road Peck, not Peach, as gives. Whe- ther your correspondent or M&?i06nt-positor is responsible for the slip;,;.it caused.a harmless joke amon^i"Stan-ley's" friends to lighten the sorrows of parting. ., '.. < v CROWN PRINCE RECOVERING Yaletracremia, Russia, Feb. 4. - The Imperial Crown Prince Alexis, of Russia, is still unable to straighten his left leg at the knee, owing to the injury he sustainad recently, hut according to tho physician in attendance this lameness will rapidly disappear. 'General Dummbadze, who returned today from the Palace ol TzarskoB-Selo, visited the youthful prince and conversed with him repeatedly. He says the lad is as full of spirit as ever and has grown considerably taller and more muscular since last spring. The members of the Imperial family are delighted with the rapid and satisfactory recovery of the Prince. RAYMOND Raymond, Feb. 4.-Mrs. Paul Smith ; and family left on Tuesday's train for Idaho after a pleasant visit with her, mother, MrB. A. R; Skouson. of Ray-; mond. Secretary Geo. T. Wride went south" on Tuesday's train, havlng.*een called to the bedside of his father, who' is, dangerously ill. 1 James Rodeback, Henry Salmon jr;; � James F. Turner, .Tamos H. Budd and George H. Budd were visitors to the city on Tuesday. Several people had their noses and lingers frozen, on Tuesday going .'�to the train and to school. That ^-25 be-: low with awind^ertainly; getB next: to you. - ' ... \ - Ex-Warden Walter Murray, of Blenheim, wag the victim of a paralytic seizure while'attending the county,; council meeting at Woodstock. nova scotia's PRIDE! 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