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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LErttBRIBGE DAIxi aEkl^^liP' Monday, Februai*^ fe; 1913. SAIIIIT iWAiriEART FAILORi '^itil eaw Me Up-Bui "FrHll-a-Hves" : Cured Me ^OOKFoajD, OiVt., Makch 35th. IgtO suiTcred from severe Id^igestioiii find Dyspepsia for nearly two ^eftrsi, � I could not take food without fearful distress. Two doctors thought mjr disease was Heart Failnre and ioenrAble, and I expected to die in n short tibe. My sou asked me to try "Fruit-a-tives". From the outset, I was better- and gradually this fruit medicine completely, cnred nie j. 1 took perhaps a dozen boxes-now 1 am ciiied 4!;d hivi said {Lord CuTzon's ccmmiinication. ,/J^Pvirther dispatches from Christ-ii church indicate that some degree,'of''( fiction now prevailsjvjiong the sUr- Tijrors auoard 'ftei relief "shiji' Terra: ji-Ijto'-aj because of" th^ stispicion spread ..about tht! death ot Scott and his men. i c i'.Commander EJdward 'R. G. Evans to-daV  'Armed-isbldiers confine- their ef- mam line V Edmonton,' Feb." 15.-steel on the Edmonton,,Bunv^gan and British, Col-wnbia >.Railway.�"-has now reached IVgsjlocJr.^t/mile fifty. Th& big new i tracks layer .Is .working at top speed, ."-layingsa inile and>a quarter of steel periday^ftoward Peace River. The V t?Bolc wiU be laid to the end of the grade ct mile eighty, within the next i mttath, iby:iwUfoh;;time grading opera-uCns caa ii; rs-cQmni*n�*fed. The righfcrof way Is cleared, and stretches of) gradinB. done all' the way- to the Athabasca River. ^The line is espect- �the|f';^oard,,':;ot''CommlB-sioners of' the AIbeilta:Stmfiay5 School aHsoolaticn..--On .1^uesday,,^r; M^roh 18, he ^^viil. visit Edmonton? smdiwork -under plans arranged by' th& Religious Education�lnBtltule''o'f't^'eity.� i^;^flmen'� qotnmonestiaUmenti-^srtthojroot ijTso muo?�,of�UiWr; S W-si^gt^r, 1-=..-Thfl threaf- ene'd tie-up of* fifty eastern railways by the proposed strilte of firemen, was the :basis'of a resolution for government, ownership of those railroad properties, introduced wheu the House assembled today, by Representative Berger,,of Wisconsin, Socialist. Mr. Berger'sresolution proposed tliat in oa^c-of-a strike and tip-up of the' railway systems for more than a week, the President of the XTnlted States sliould be pmpowered to seize Che raityays'with all their terminals, �belt', llaes..lands; coal mines, workshops, and. other properties, on the ground of public emergency and the right of, eminent, domain and to manage; and operate them through the post off ice. dep^ttment, until Con'grOs^ should create ..a department of railways. �', ii^The-resolution: proposed the govern-uieui uptn-u'i,^ iu� properti-es on a work day-of eight hours, and pay a '-fair rate of., wages," and would Instruct .'the Secretary of the Treasury to. submit'to Congress a comprehensive I plan for* financing the entire transaction- by: issuing United States boDdav at the - lowest practicable rate of interest;- 'The resolution m a preamble de-cla'red that private' ownership and th-s management of railroads had been demonstrated � to be on the point of collapse, that the railways in this country were the poorest equipped and most unSafe.of any civilized country? so that it would take nine billion dollars to make them, comparatively safe, and so much private capital was not to be had. Mr. Berger, 'in a. statement, asserted ithat a month's tie-up of the fifty-four railroad systems; would put cities like Pittsburg-and Indianapolis In danger of starvation, and seriously menace Ghleago and Milwaukee. Ask Council for :Help to Put Up Real Live Industrial Policy ' � HAULTAIN ADMINISTRATOR , Ottawa,,'Fel}.'!c.'--An order in coun-c;}l;;haB been passed naming Hon-. F. W. G, Haultaln,,bhlef Justice of Sas-kejTqhewan,'.to be .administrator lor t&evprovinoei.diying the'absence on ^eaye of Gov^r^^jr Brown, ,i^flje^ Gaqadf,fi^azette today, offlcially gijfattes; pou.. Lpui? Coderre, Secre of ;9t*te,;j%p Minister, of Mines, Foj;".'8ome tiiriie past administration of m^98 has b�enmnder the. care of the ,iMigj�t�5. Jnland Revenue. Macleod, Feb. 15.-iM^cleo^d Board of Trade are busy preparing their work for the year. They already have several inquiries for business sites and industrial power. On Friday a depntAttnn -waited on the actlh^ Mayor and council asklngvfor a small amount pev month to. meet purrent expenses, and engage a publicity man. This latter they found difficult to ob-^ tain. They will, however, add to the commissioner's salary, a.-bonus for any or all new Industries, he locates in the towfl of Macleod;' The Board of Trade executive are also prepared to submit all accounts for. inspection befofe, being paid for by the council. The "ssort distance to the bottom of the-tpwn trtsaeury may have some effect on; ail th^s^-applications for assistance-during *^r. At a � regular meeting .of - the hospital board on Friday .afternoon; 'they found themselves,facing the financjal problem also. The, hospital "is. Boing good service, has (i grsat many patient's, . but the reVeti'ue 'is very far short of, the amount required for. running expenses.. It is, thefefo'fe, tie-cessai'y .to secure � prtvate stibacrip-tions or A generous vot6 from "the mun iclpal goverament. . " ' J. H. Reive, who liafi fbeen In.' .bujBi-, ness in Macleod Ttprs the-pf�t five years, is contemplating, moylng to Medicine Hat, Where ^he-alr^ndy ,liaB several contracts.. T . ,: A bore for gas (it br neat MarJ6od will no doubt be orgariized; very soon, aa it is learned from, eitp^rtknowle'dso that gas can be hayifoV'thel^lnp;,'after it, ^d at a depth liot, ver,yfereat.. Enquiries, 'were .r^c.eivcd'tWiS.Vweek from a"^^large. sash 'atid'-^obr factflr'y. The n(i!V-.M3fe^^PsUt?i,niSe, but it a su{t3ble/?ltf^^C^iC;ll6^s�Cu;r?d at a cost,not: toojgr^Cv'^^BP'.-^'!^^^''' light, coal: and ga^fc-'^tjia .reiaBoj�ibi� rate, the faotory'^may^ipca'te here'.':;'' The I'eport, that-Ijyid".'t^.^l?s office would be built'in'^Maeleod'djd hot raise real �state,^no^' did it excite.any of the raepayers, So:J-Special Sale $5.00 $s.oo -QUALITIES YOU HAVE- NEVER BOUGHT BEFORE' FOR LESS THAN $7.50 to $10.00; EVERY ONE 6f LATEST STYLE. � - A coneetion-of more than a hundred styles to exactly suit the taste of the most particular women. In most cases Just one of a kind. Shttpes are' mostly small and snug fitting,''ptirtlcularly comfortable for wearing in a windy country; smart, stylish and attractive as one could imagine. Trimmings are wingS; quills, straw buckles and touches, of velvet, which is strongly in.favor this season. . , ' 'lered ' .jiiveo minutes after the'collisi m,'' T)ieiEiaIl-': pro and stokers, nlneJentBln numbQr,', escaped in the lite; biW-'fl.' Tiw tftp-ers declined to leaye'tUiljr''�Wj9;'' LlEO PRINCESS A DRAMATIC ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE WAS PREVENTED by AVIATOR GRAHAME WHITE London, Feb. 15.-Disappointed in love, the beautiful Princess Pretiva ot Cooch Behar, determined to end her life at the Hotel Meurice, Paris, a night or two ago. Such is the report received from private sources. Tbe-^riness, who resided for some months in England with her father, has not i-ecovered from the shock of being Jilted by Lionel Henry Maunder, a young handsome Englishman, whom she expected to marry In Calcutta. � At the hotel the Bast Indian nrin-cess- formed a 'warm friendship Wi.h Glaude-E. Grahame White, the aviator, and his wife. After-a. Visit to the theatre. Princess Pretiva, seated in Grahanje White's private > drawing room, and impelled by Ithe motive of the play. they . had seen, reverted to her unhappy love experiences and fell Into'deep melauvhoJy, ; ITinally ^he exclaimed: ' "1 will destroy-myself. I will throw myself into the Seine." � Greatly ; disturbed,; Grahame ..White aiid his wife remained late with tha Pflncess, trying to pacify ser. -When-they, thought.she was calm, Grahame White conducted her to Che apartment ot her mother. Scarcely an hour had passed, when hysterical shrieks echoed through the hotel, and rudely awakened the guests. Some, rushing to their doors, saw the Princess, who had sat up in her evening gown, brooding over her blighted affections, r�nnlng along the corridor screaming wildly. 'Pursuing her were Gi-ahame White and his wife, who, too, had sat up. dls-cuESing the Princess and her unhap-pincsB. The aviator was clad in vivid pyjamas, Mrs, Grahame White wore t'he very latest fancy in dressing gownsi ,\,rfhey overtook Princess Pretiva and r^itO'fe^ her to her affrighted moth-et.j; The Princess was also frightene-" out 6^'/her purpose to end her llfe^ but It'is .said she meditates complete re-tlrementiitTom society. LAWS ARM; .REACHES OUI ELEVEN siiccessor:idv I ' "'.X'' TURKISH REPORT �''jjond9'n, B'eb. 15-.-The Montenegrins lO8tiv2,50.0 in a futile attack Fsjruary l"j,:r against the Turks on the'heights. Of: fr^t^posch.' and Birdlt/a dominating; tli,e forU-esa ot Scutari,]^.;t-Q*i|i' dispatch received todcy from ;*aV^j5io'ry|"ffl,brt'l| "of}r �pinfcS wffi|be,'''gOimiy^e,B^-*^� lmdia|-fl|pIkn^|fV-j,#^ . equlpi)aen^| sjylll-'b^,caVi^ea 'l.nj-Sy^jy S^efanns^ n,wui''t|fllt h\s m .til|;i^o-; vlnce" "'of, -?!l8a;Jtdbd,'"'some, B}i" ;thlR: spring on .hi^,.wW{fo.tbe cofist^jtOnflt out", the bxii'edltlonU^^He has "nil^-^s^'en his mother-for .apme ti.nie,^so .mStUI stay Avjth' her;' aj^'"j}rffitlMf: ajidf^ter at Amelia,-Sksk.jfolJa^/v y?^: \ the jury disagreed Lpndon, Feb. 15.-in an action brought,by Mr. Vernon Worsriale agaln's-t Earls .Court Ltd*, to recover, a comm.i!(slon for Introducing Earls Court to Mrs. .Geo,.'.(^omwalHs Avest; in cpnnoctlon with tfte "Shakespeare's England''; exhibitlojf,.'the Jury dis-agr^'e'di.aiid.were djgpharged. :" -:-2^-1 , �] prince albert L'ABOB temple PrJnqe Albert, Saslt/^.'Feb. 16,-Prince .'ilbc'.-t' Labcr TQm^,Ie 'Company -has Just completed a deal for th'e-purchase of d ,?lt6 for a labor temple, The tenip.lp win be fully rpodeni.and constitute tile h^litltiuart^p' of ,t,ho varlouq labor %({8�tzntiionBVtn the city..- �� :� ?728 25 ;