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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January , 1913. f H E L E T M J5 RI DOE DA ILYHKB A L I> 'Page 7 o- Aro you one of those to vhom every meal i� another source of suffering ? Na-Dm-Co Dyapepua Tablet* will help your disordered stomiach to digest any reasonable meals','and will ioon restore it to such perfect condition that you'll never feel that you have a stomach. Take one after each meal. 50c. a Bos at your Druggist's. Made by the National Drug' and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited. '150 Form Separate Municipality and Pump It From the Bow Island Wells proposed by the new city administration, as .formulated by the power committee tonight, is to form 'Mi townships adjoining the city into a separate municipality, bond the sister municipality for $10,000,000, construct a municipal line to the Bow Island fields, and generate power in the adjacent municipality. Mayor Sin-not submitted an estimate of the cost of gas transmission including all op IT MAY HAPPEN THOUGH ,Ottawa, Jan. 8.-The Ottawa Jour-itay says tottight: "A rumor has been in circulation for some clays that upon the retirement of Sir John Gibson, Hon. Frank Cochrane, minister or railways and cianala, would be appointed Lieut.-Gov-�iruor. of tho 'province of Ontario. "Mr. Cochrane, when asked regarding the matter this morning, .disposed layor Sinnot that correspondent ment'ons weekly meetings of the council will names of the following w'cll known he required for tho next couple of westerners as possibilities for the months' iii order that the business of senate : Dr. K. l. Sehaffner >\I p (he year may'be. got under way, some for Souris, Aian.; I). K Sprazuc the of the aldermen qire. claiming that Winnipeg lumberlam ; Glen Campbell they did not think there would bo so chief inspector 0i Indian acmcics and much work with committees and ex-M.P. for Dauphin, Man  U S regular meetings and there is also a Lake, ex-M.P. for Cu'Appel'le now' a .suggestion that the aldermen should member of the civil s�rvice boa-d- receive a salary. R. B. Benn�tt, K.C.',\l.]> for Cal- Tho question of salaries far the gary ; Dr. Munro ; v.. w Laird f0r- aldermen, a sufficient amount to re- mer mayor of Regina ; John He'rron, for Pincher Creak; M. s! Kingston, Ont, Jan. !).--Startling statements regarding the dairying industry in Ontario  wore madi.' today at the thirty-sixth annual convention of the Dairymen's association of Eastern Ontario. In an exhaustive review of Canada's domestic and foreign trade in dairy products, Mr. .1. A. itiul-dick, dairy commissioner for (ho Dominion, shows that not ;i solitary pound of butter has been shipped to Great Britain during -the last year, as compared with ^shipments of 6 stock at....................$2.95 Men's Felt Dongbla and Bals., with leather sole..............$1.7:f} (For wearing under overshoes) ' - Men's All Felt First Quality lace Boots................. $1.85 Men's Bheep-Uned Moccasins; all sizes........... .'........95C Men's Felt Slippers, snap .' Men's Leather Bluchers, black, H to |5......... 75c tan and  S3.65 Women's Felt Bluchers, warm, fur-lined, leather sole ...... '. .', 05c Women's Felt Romeos ,leather soles, and heels, fur-lined .. ....>,.. $1.15 Women's Felt Boots, leather solos- for ...... ........ $1.45 Women's All-felt Boots .... $1,45 'Children's Felt Boots, and heels, sizes 8-10 Sizes 11 to 2......... Children's Slip's,.4-2 . . leather soles .....$ 1.35 SI.45 30c Women's Kid and Gun Metal Patent Button and Lace Shoes, up to 15.00 for...... .....$3.35 Women's and Children's Gaiters and Leggings, all sizes and lengths,- Greatly Reduced. Sherlock Block Bring the Whole Family to W. || Nelsoiii & Ccfc 3rd Ave, South firL pendant had given her I100.0 J ^^^�^1 to buy- her trousseau, therefore she did � ed him8e,. over am, Q*er agftm tp restore the lands, hut during fifteen months of office had done nothing to redeem that pledge. There was -full!, justification for a change of attltudjl on the part of the people of this piij?? vince on the ground of changed- conditions. When the Laurier government decided to maintain federal cpw~ trol of the public domain it was'Vfwii the distinct understanding that the: immigration policy at Ottawa would be conducted in o> manner Iriendly t^; the newly created provinces. The' reverse, he said, ww. th� ';.oase . today:-whehsSaskatchewan's' being neglected. Saskatchewan, today asked for the lands 'v.' 'v5'-;- not believe the story. She said she did not believe the man could toe so base. That was about-August 1. , Shc telephoned to the Armstrong ranch, and asked for Armstrong. Shfe was told he 'was not home. She then asked for George Armstrong, the defendant's brother: She asked George it it was true that Martin was married, and he replied,, "Yes." Continuing, she said she then told George how his brother had promised to marry her, and under such a promise, he had taken certain advantages, and that she was about to become a mother. George replied, ''Why did you not tell me before. I would have made the- dirty skunk go through with you.'.' Bhe'replied that she thought he intended to keep the promise. George replied: "He lias no brains.' He would not have made.you happy. He will not stay with ope girl." The girl told how the defendant's 'brother George made overtures to her, statin;. - ... under her condition it would be no harm. Sn& rqfused; stating that if his brother had wronged her, no one else should. �  ��� v George replied: "I was only'testing you out. You are a bravo girl.-' SSI RBWS ANYONE SEEN KELLIE! HE'S AT REVELSTO^ Revelstoko, B. 0., Jan; 8.-the annual city meeting held-in ttio Eny press theatre last evening,, to subiniV the yearly finanoial statements*-.- pr^? sided over by Acting- .Mayor:.jiectOH MqKinnon, Constable'C. Xve waxed very warm here. MUSICAL COMPOSER DIAp. _ -' ;* l#e -Angeles, Jan. 8.-Richard '� WjM ' sou, musical composer, died her,^; day�* Ho' was' 82 y�ars old. ArflQjjg^-his composttipntt, ttie cantata "Qiiajfft-;;, ^ Esther" probably was XUq most wmdmi lar.', Thij fiunllV remedy., tqr -CoucJm >m rawtob.co�U'i as Utile. Dio^oest�o 30 ?768 4155 86 ;