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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 3P0day, Febiiiary28,1913 Tni3 LETHBRflDGE DAILY HERALD MR$.giiEATON'S AWFUL EXPERIENCE During Change of Life-How Lydia E. Pinkham'* Vegetable Compound Made Her a WeU Woman. ^atifek, M�6�. - \'f cannot express trhst t V4'6nt tbro'ttgh'during the ehanga olfUfe before I. tried Lydfip. PIbUius's S&p'k e t a bi 8' Com'-^|l Wom6n everywhere 'should remember ^ that there is no .Other remedy known to BO successfully ..carry women through thiRtryingperipdas tydiaE. Finkham's VegetaW* expound. If JOB wtHt jf eolal atriee write to Lydia E^i]PinkI|aai Medicine Oo. (conl-dbatiil) Lynh^ Mass. Your letter wUI be opened* read and answered by a WoitiRa a^d: hold. 1b strict confldenoei Page 5 Government's Ordinary Lead of 48 Reduced to. 30 Gil -the I^aval Bill (W. A. f.'Jicporty � Ottawa, Feb. 27.'"-'Amld-�'scene of great animation, the second stage of Premier Borden's Naval blll-waBsatr Isfactorily negotiated by the mmiSr terial majority at -iwO 'o'clock this mdrnlng, when -thie! GuUbanlt substitute amendment, and the ifurlft amendment were voted down; and the motion for the second .reading adopted by a majority'Of'thfftyr two less than the first reading. � The GuilbaultBUb-amenQment calling for a p!ebIsoite,TecBlved the support of Levers, Boulayi.:AoUitav Belle mere, Mondouj-Barrett-'-and La-marohe, the sBven.rBddg^ized".Nationalists; and four Liberals, Turltf (iSast Asslnabola), Thomp8on--(Qu'Appelie), Proul. e ' left. Special at-perbix'..1.1 ^"^'�'^^ Blackwell's jEuohcedl/per '  V/a(nuts;per ' .A^ - bottlR^.,....... bottle ��' 5 ' 4'^  IVll>�ed,''per ,bottle ,........ 40c �?'-';p^pr;bo]ttle,,'"- ''"^ vOi^lofia, per M^l f Sv^eei'.'Ml^^i' A tin Sundriiss ^ Jelly Powder, is- oecp "sorted, 3 for ..\ Baking Ppwder,-l6c 20c, '26c, 40c, 30c., 'a^d.90c\ : � per tin. ' ' * Esaehces; best qliaiity/ all flavors, per' OKw bottle ......' Olives; assorted,^ stuff.* ^' ' ?5c^"o', Coffee, oround fresh'rJ ..-j" per pound s sn^, , ,,40 cents and i .......-mm ^Scrubbing , .Brushes ... Sri'oe , ,�B,ru8hes,... 'Nail Brushes) 5c, iOc and Brooms, aOc, 60cjgg^' Stiver Polish- 'opi� each . ... Electro Silicon bs^ '* Two for......t Wellington �Knife Polish .......?f! , .SHOE BLACKtnva ,5 Nugget r^nd 2 ,;,lA�v , In 1. r...'..... FiilrySoap '^'^Kc^ cakes In' boit� *" *' /pastlle,, la>a>X. NQ l5 ''� all' pki ' : .'D:o^S^i^Pk/4lh A^: |;;:':i|^^^.ite Court Hoji^ 'fen Ij*__________ Mr6...Alipo Bronnivle; Charles Cum-mtbgs?,Jnniped from third storey wln-dOW/n^Qk .brol;en; -Bevfirley A. Water.^ The\k'nown injured are: Lydia:'f'Nelson, 2324 Dodge street, burmed^'on face and body; lona Jennings,.'6 Wcome by smoke; Mark Hen-nlngway, Ewlng, Neb., overcome by sraoke.'.may die; Olara Newman, over-corn^ by. smoke'; unidentified woman, overcome by smolce* will probably die.; B. G.-atiss,! overcome by smoke. The Dewpy was a second rate hotel, and > It-is. believed there were many guests.Inithe house, who liad not been' reglsitered,iwhlch'fact will render all the kori. difficult the task of checking-up ^the.'list of casualties. When It Was First Seen . The .'lirV-,Was discovered about five o'clock ;Jn.-;.:thei rear of the building, which.^as'a three-storey structure. It had. be.6^.'burning,for some time, however, before it was noticed, and had gained suoh'headway that it was with great idjffloultyj that, the  flames were conflriea-.'.toithefjone /bunlding. Th�-;buildlng,.was a seething mass of flapias :whcn the. first company arrived:. V � V " � The^flre. iburned -with an almost fiendisli.'llerceness, despite, the fact' that-Tnaay/ streams of water were 'poun ?d::1nld the building; from all sides.-Dense 'clouds ofsmoke filled the rooms'vfrdni' cellar : to garret, and flames'.'Shot up. many feet: into the' alr, when the roof > was reached and poured.out.thTougll-'the windows. A ndraber.iof women .bBcame hysterjcal,-ahdi at least one;-Mr"s. C. F. Wllklns, Is. beli^y-edto have been insane. An-othe;*,;\yoman, a SiBfedlsh housekeeper in-.theihotel, Is^lso-thought to have lost her mind. "1 - )ir i Burned \n B^eds ''.:'i!v''iB?'-tliought some of"; the guest's wer4:^burned-to death*iin their beds vWlthout.'/, awakening. :.. � Others are thought to. have fallen into, the flames bjSlSss^ewien some of tW floors- col; laSsea.'> �^rShrleWng. men and women crowded int0tB;6>hallways;and down the stairs, weairijigvionly their nigbti'clothcs, but to.Jb.fti'd^ercome by th^ssmolte, and reSjCuepby intrepid firemen who ven-tui^e^cJlnBide'. Perhaps i^ajf dozen per-; soM^jWet.S�carried to the; street. G46'= man, Charles Gumming, a barf tend�r>5 .Ji88.ped from a-third sf)^rey wliidow-i'S'. He -struck hisshead on the conwretetwalkand wasr-maflhed into a mjsrbhap^n mass. 'who, with her, slBter^Jhad--a room on tBe^e'cond floor,; drijgge^rher sister,' Mls^"Alice Bon-:' n'eyje'to-the window ^j,"There'mIsb ^pnlfte^'e oollapsed, and-. ;iMrg. Haw-ilnsuw|e forced to Jump for her-own ,TjWo IpoUcemen broke : her fall, but shfewj(i85 badly injured.'K-iHer: sister's lvrd#;lB-^^r. the Tulus. ; : ,',Sif,?j Kast Man to i^eave -i. Nold, night'clerk, ^as the: las� Jl?i'rig person to leave the building^'H^,opened the door of'hisoffic^ on,,the}�econd floor when'^he. heard.a.D} (Sxpjlo^lon,, and drlyenrbac^ byg-ai >pUfl!toP,flmoke and flames. He ttt-temjiifett^to arouse a few,;,guests on that,floor, pnt was forced,to gp to tlie strefe4'*almo8t overcome, "to/save hls5 ,o\vi^*Hfe.5' .lA.T^alohman discovered th� fire,'and-"h^a^ee^stin alarmrSjiiJy^iephonei: H^^nism^diout and foundKtlfefclothing; stoj^ 'ht Raphael-Preed-' Comphny' In; fkmes,Yand turned In .a sfe'cond.and; thl0'al^^ma which broughtioutithe tire'd^town fire flghUiig fottfe. , ,�?'V\^hep4the firemen reaohedithesoenel pe'opfes; Vere already crowding 'to; the; �wln'ctowfl^ia the, upper stories;'butlbe-f6re^>tji� ladders could be riilsjed,�how?,-evef;'th�' roof began to cave'^iu on the. Unfortunates, and not a'single^-persom �vyas'^'r^oued by the laddermen. - .' � .'^'Tfieib'asemeht, into whicfe.the^UTnf, Ihg. intorior fell within hair ap hour; ,aft1feiir,f^-ep firestarted, contained, thft' ibd'dl6B">fif{-not less than forty'persons,! deqfaJed,'Fire Chief Saltep.j>^,,,i'There waajicr^v^ay'in which tojrieaeh'tthem*! toEjB^njf.'^hours after: thetibpU Him^.^ 7>pi^ Tear wall fe^'n^Vj^the", '^--i---^ all were buried,bSneatfc'' of-tons of de;>rls.', fMM^^ believed the Are .^jba[rt8d5}ni|||l �'ipajily.. m the Tfurpdfiijropmyi' ept� 'PersonPjdn.~tliej:vJ6^^ i|'''siiy'th6re''^W3^^^ "parently of gas'/tand'-ini'-attel ~ the entire Infee^or waaijsjttj! frs jraUojy,'Royai,? �^n^tOT 17 y's^a Vcigeded Another Calgarv biU, tlio Uowness Improvement company, was before the private bills committee- The act pre poses to give the company power to build street railways and construct other public improvemenl.s. H was referred back for re-draftiiig in accordance with the report ot the law clerk. , A Slight Mix-Up The private bills committee asked to adjudicate- upon rival claims o! two organizations for the ' title of "The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the Dominion ot Can-ad.i." It appears that a certificate of registration under this name had alrcadv been issued 'by the Alberta registrar to persons claiming to be a fricndlv society otgahlzation operating within the province. Charles E. Redcker, Grand jRUlor bt the Elks o� the Dominion of Canada, appeared before the committee in support of the bill asking tor- incorjioi'ation bv special charter ot the Alberta legislature. He stated that two men formerly members ot th'eir association, had come here and liractically stolen the nami3 ot their orgS-nization. These men were not endeavoring to operate a.s a genuine friendly society, but wore merely acting . from mercenary motives. Ho .had alTidavits showing CREAM BAKING POWDER You will And it a great satisfaction to do More Home Baking You will make biscuitf cake and pastry 'dean, fresh and tasty-better every way than the ready made foods. Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially devised for borne nse, and makes borne baking easy and a delight It will protect you from the dread alum baking powders, which are too frequently found in the ready made articles, and insure yon food of the highest healtbfalneas. �two CoUego should be introduced as separate bills. There were again a large number ot that tlicy had oflercd to sell their ti-1 questions on the order paper tdday, tie to his society for $7000, and iiad| but they were mostly referring to afterwards reduced their otter to $1,-700 The committee dirt not care to take minor matters. Hon. Malcolm Mc-Kenzie answering Geo. Hoadley, Oko-toks, said none of the claims aS^jinst the responsibility M treating a sec-it-he Alberta and Great Waterways-ond order with "the sanlc name as one i Railwav company filed with, the gov-for which a'title had hfeen isa'aed, andiernmeut under chapter''!! of> the sta-a compromise was' affected by giving! tutes of Alterta second sessiouiJ-SlO,,, the socjetv represented by Mr. Rede-ker the title ot BeAevoIent and Protective Order, ot Elks o^i-'Vlbcrta had been paid In reply to .John Kemmis, Pincher Creek, l^n. C. R. Mitchell statejl Frank Ford, K.C.; legal tepresenta-1 thai* the (rovernment had no 'ivell-bor-tive of Mr; .Redelcet's': Society, saldjing machines in operation last- year would, � at anj' rate, this would, � at anj' rate, give their, society some standiiipiii 'Alberta, and they coUId-.fjght it'oMt in the courts -.which society had "the right to tho title of'Benevolent; 'and Protective Order ot Elks of tlJe Dominion ot Canada. . -. .. , Private'Bins Mr. O'Brien' Active ' ' -. Almost every clause m the Mines^ Act was opposed by Mr.'O-Brien, wlio moved scores of aiiiendmi3nts.5l-Ie took- exception to thei clause in-the aet^ relating to the appo.injment; of a" provincial board o� examiners: As it stands, the clause: reads.that > "'the The private bills committee having, board shall consLst of,-the; chief; in-, considered :in .committee following spector of mines or distrlot^inspector (bills reported them, to the house with appointed, by him, two -repreSentar amendments. ,-:Sist6rs of Our Lady o,t tives ot owners, and two/ working Charity of the-;Re!fiige,'Lcs'-Pils Dejminers. Mr. O'Brien contended that Mane Immaculata-iffreiilines ol Jesus,' there was class distmRtion in'^notiPet-, Les, SoECurs" De La Charite De"Notre }mitfcing representatives, of ;.Tyorking ' - -  miners as well as representaj;lves; of- owners.' ^ , , Hon. C. R. Mitchell ,p.6inted-;^ that the clause Was', trained L,inj: ifthat way to permit, of mine managers being on the board, but agreed to lot the clause stand over for further consideration. The clause relating to payment oE wages was also allowed to stand �over, together tn 'C"* Short,'furniture'that Ms'the best possible \r�;.'' \.-! turnj,foi^ithe'^money-and there "la "a^goop"*" ' eav;lng'o&5e,very piece. , , ' , " phc  .......'^iii I - - vi ^ - - jAti^prloflSirsduced': A ne* ^Pijfnfe[dress'for-'your'him'itr"* y*?e'>fRWe%have "a splendld.i^t. li /Im' Cash or Credit Our geneious credit plan enables houselteeperis^fo^ furnish'up their-homes comfortably.and gjvep thei^j^^^^" u^e of "the furniture while paying fpr It," ' Tems'iar- oui^ ;^Y'PAYMBm system It is the mo^t llb�rai jaAd,i^l,eapest. ^ l^, ; , , 'fe^is 83 25 07 ;