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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 19ll THE LBTHliRIDtiE II K K A I- a PAGE SEVEN I Endowment Insurance at Ordinary Life Rates The Imperial Accelerative Endowment Policy is a combination of all that is best in lifo iiisurance. Premiums payable under this contract are unly slightly higher than the Ordinary Whole Life raies, and one docs not have to "Die to Win" because, under any circumstances, tho face value of the policy is payable to tha assured himself not later than at age 75. All tho usual option! o! Jealing with the profit! at the end o! each five year period are provi-Jctl. In addition, two special options ate granted under whicii the profits may be used, to reduce the number of premiums payable, or to Iwsten the. natality the policy as an lindowmcnt. Ail Accderative Endowment mil ensure your own independence In old age, if you live; the independence of your family, if you die. Wri'.e new for our booWet which explains in detail the distinctive futures of this most desirable policy. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada Head Office, Toronto J. B. flilie, District Misager, GlEATNESS OF THE THE ESTiBUSHEO IS 10 When Sending to THE OLD COUNTRY For Relatives or Friends or Travelling Yourself Ask for Tickets by CANADIAN SERVICE London via Southampton and Queenslown to Quebec and Montreal during Summer. London via Southampton and Queens town to Halifax and Portland during winter. Liverpool via, Queensland to Halifax, Portland and Bcston. "ALAUNIA" "AUSON1A" Tons Each (new 1913) Tons. S.OOO Tons. Twin screw steamers carrying one class (II.) Cabin and Third Class only have won great favor the travelling public. "FRAKGQMA'Ti'iT (18.150 Tons Screw) Tom) Turbine Carrying First, Second and Third Class. The Cunard Company alto maintain stryicei New York- Fishgusrd, Liverpool. York, Mediterranean, Adnattc. Boiton, Fiihguird, Liverpool. Including the fastest steamers in the warld, "Mauratanb" Now building for Canadian Service, S. 8. tons. For descriptive literature, sailings, etc.. apply to any railway or Sleam- iliip AKcot or .evealed in Statistics Recently Compiled by (lie Home Authorities Jan. the King's verflfeaa hive developed Why the Ladies Asked Trustees j lo Consider Separate Room j for Them Members of lie Women's Clue club are ol the opinion that Ihe members fifteen years la eet forth in the ol the School Board dealt lather per- Stallstlcal Abstract lor the several with tttir commucication Irltlso. Scif-govornto; Dominions, regarding tho attendance o! Chinese 'rown Cronies, 1'ossfrPstons and Pro- public schools, and Itsl the just lesacd Ly the board if trade. Exclusive of tho United Kingdom, ho areas of the empire id now ot ll.J53.oaO siiuare population ol this vast errltory numbered The igures for 1912 are, ot course, cetl- nates only: JOOl IS12 Canada and Xcvr. abbreviated report ol Ihe proceedings ia this matter, should lead io a .as to the in taking the ques- r is ifnrydaced fn B.OO'i.lSI Commonwealth of Auetralla......3.773.801 Union of South rical (1301) 5.175.S24 Xe-v Zealand" In fifteen years the public revenue of Canada has grown from to Tbu following table shows the de- velopment of trade between the Moth- er Country and tlie principal parts of tho fcmpSro fn the fifteen years covered by Iho return: Imports from the Untttd 1998 Urltlrh Indfa Australia Union of South Africa Canada New Zealand West Africa West Indies Exports to the United Kingdom. 1S93 1512 Firitlsh India ler might have befn laid on the table for an investigation and report or.e ol-thc officials oi the. schools hefore being tiled, they maintain that they were' not actinp without giving mature conoidpration to a Kingdom. THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP C0 LTD. 304 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG SEAMAN'S STRIKE COLLAPSED Australia Union of South Africa Canada New- Zealand West Africa West'Indies By 173 to 4 Dunedin Union in New Zealand Voted lo Return to Work Wellington, New Zealand, Jan. Tlic DuDCtlin Seamen's Union decided by 173 voles lo four lo return lo work on the terms of the existing agree- ment, practically ivlllicul nllcratioti, to bo registered under llio Arbi- tration Act. Tho strike thus collap- sed, though the wateraldo workers and miners remained out after this decision was readied. A meeting was held here lo give public recognition to llio special r.onEtables for their ser- vices during the strike. Attorney- Gonehit Hcrdtnan said that but for llio splendid patriotism of the country arid cilj- special constables ht could not gay what would IIAVO happen Grandma Used Sage Tea to Darken Hair She made up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to bring back color, thick-' ness Common garden sago t re wed Into a heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol ndded, will turn gray, streaked and farted hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, remove ovory bit of dandruff, slop scalp Itching find falling hfilr. Just a few allocations will a revelation If your lialr IK fading, gray or dry, Ecraggly and thin. Mixing (ho Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, Js troublesome. An fiaeSor way Is .to gel the Karty-totiso tonic, costing about 50 cents a brgo bottle at drug Ctorc3, known as "Wyctlfs Sapo and Sulphur Ilflir Itemed thus avoiding fi lot of imiF3. Whllo wispy, firny, faded Is not sinful, we nil (hslre retain oui youthful apjieara'iCQ and flltracHvrncsB. Hy dnrVon- Ing your hair with Wyeth'a pc fliul Siilphno no one cnn because It iloen It BO natur- any, so oroniy yon damp- en a or soft brush with It and draw this through ynir h.ilr, taking one small sCrrvnl a lime; by morning jl' Rrjy Iifllra .inve nnd, after nnctber Applk-nrion or tv.-o your linir hccomos dnrk, glossy, ?oH and J. Hlginbolham fi Co. Ltd. the premier, Eald that nothing in all his life had impressed' iim more than the response made by its countrymen. It Is satd that thorn was no real cause for complaint, and that rlie men were worked up'by professional agi- ialors until they lost their heads. All business was disorganized, and at flrat .here was serious rioting and the strikers had complete control of the wharves, until indeed the arrival of the The'strikers refused to load the ships with farm produce, so tho farmers Bald they wonH.rto it themselves. Two thousand mounUV men, armed with batons and revolvers and officered by retired army rodo into town froia tlie The Imperial Mail. Postofiico 'business has fully kept pace with developments in other .di- rections. Appended ara'soiuo. of the principal figures relating to letters and cards alone, for. 1912, together Tvlth tho corresponding totals for 1301: 1901 problem alTecting every ratepayer: The letttr iCads: At- thv last meeting of the Wo- men's Civic club question deal- ing with the Chinamen going to the Public schools was brought up and very feelingly dibcubstd. 1 was instructed to write your Board and bring the io your noi.ce as it appears to those who have given it pfnie personal attention. One ol our members made a point I of watching the children goir.g home from sphool and found there were five Chinese boys, who were practic- ally young in one of the pcim- occaslon found these bojs .going horns with ihe same little girls. The cou- duct was perfectly all right and the play and fun quite harmless, but it was wlial this would lead to that caused' us alarm. These Chinese tiojs, or young men, ace not- fcoveined by the same stand- 1 of morals as we are and we' cannot attempt to judge them, and furthermore they aic brought up with men only, and we feel it is not to.have them mis io this way with cur smatl boys, let alone The New Drink from London HAVEN'T you wished again and again for a having the stimulating and cheering effects of al but without its intoxicating quality a drink not sweet and satisfying and a drink with a delightful flavor, full of character and distinction? O -T is the 'answer O-T is non-alcoholic Except as a liqueur, O -T is taken, as a general thing, in combination with other beverages. It is added to other drinks to improve their palate quality. Just as we add salt and sauce to our food, so should we add O-T to everything we drink. "No matter what your drink may be. Always add a little O-T." drink alcohol, O-T U derived fnuls, spices and herbs. Il is a. tonic, a stomachic, and A digestive. Once you learn Iht t and menu of O -T you wil L b e an O-T enlhuiiasl. O-T maets the of Ibe lemprrate ihe abstainer. Il fulfils bappily the demands of fcoi O-T is unlitco every otber dtlnk. U is r.ot a. substitute for It baa won ilfc RrcJit success of its own ir.erils, 11 13 equally goad acceptable in both summer and umter. Diitiah (ndla Australia Canada New Zealand South Africa 11902) 1S12 SoO.SS9.000 nnd quartered at tho barracks. They sooa reversed ihe situation on the wharf and all work thereafter went forward peacefully, and llio strike in- evitably fizzled out- It was a great triumph for the man. with the hoe. HO.ISS.GOO G rowth of Rail ways. In the period under review the rail- ways oJ tho Dominions have been ex- tended by many thousanrta of miles, the vast tracts of co'Jp.try have there- by been opened up for .settlement, Tho following table affords an indi- cation of Ihe extent ot the derelon- since 1SQS: 1 Miles Miles 1S5S )913 !i India Canada MAN ALLEGED TO HAVE DtED FROM ILL-USAGE IS SAFE IN CANADA Union of So-Jth Africa New Zealand Rhodesia 2.257 57S 2S.035 APPOINTED McOILL MAN Ottawa, Jan. Frank Adams professor at McOill university, naa been appointed a member of, {he Do- minion commission era conservation. Details of his d-scovery of a germ which Is believed to oo Ibe CBUF.O o scerlet fever were told to tho of American ISacleriologista by Dr Nowoll 3. Detroit at tho aion of tbe society's convention, a Montreal. -Tan. la ms.dc in tho current issuo of Votes For men to the case of Kdward Helhetl, a bricklayer's laborer, who was alleged Lo havo been ao torfously SEsauUcd when Jie protested .a1 Literal is eel- Irg held at Cambcrweli in November, against tlio treatment of women, that he died from his injuries. "Wo nro it is now edi- torially staled, "that tho story la en- tirely without foundation. There llltlo reason to doubt that Mr. iicllioll IB, ns a matter of fact, atltl i In Canada. In apologizing to our leaders for having supplied them with Inaccurate information, wo cnn only say that the news was given UB by one of the suffrage Eocletlc-3 to whom It was narrated by Mr. W, Heth- ell, a mnn known for pome lime past, who profeseed lo give Irnalworthy de- tails concerning ttie death of his bro- ther." A fund has been opened by Votes F'or Women to "place a suitable stone the grave." Keep the wKole system in the pink of condition. Their singular pm- pe rtlcs discovered by an (ndlsji Irlbe-lhtroducefllociYlllzatlo nearly a cenlury Sgcr-r pounded '1 857 In lh Co mi lock Labontortv Ontario. j Athens RAplist cliurch cal'od Hev, Mr. Brown, of Urillia. Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills tiavs a remarkable record (c consistently curing cocstlpj purifying the blood, banlshfn headaches irA clearing 11 liin, 25c. bos might state here another case ought up was where one our mbers her son hail com- airied that tlie odor irom one of esc Chinamen'who sat next him as SG offensive it made him sick, "c wish to' find out if something nld not be done "to have these linamen in a class bj" them solves th a special teacher, or same ly good method adopted whereby ey 'would not ntfs so freely with r children. [f your board thought it advisable s would he pleased to bave a com- llcc of our ladies, who'have rsbnal ItnowleJge of this matter, cct with you and further discuss H. Thanking you in anticipation oE iur careful consideration. Yours very truly, (frace K. Secretary. You can buy O -T from Wine Merchants, Grocers and Druggists, in bottle sizes, one holding 25 the other 12 oz. HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY. Sole Agents CAMPBELL, WILSON 4 HORNE, Distributors for Grocers and Soda Fountains MORE 500 WERE SHIPPED FROM SASKATCHEWAN DURING YEAR JUST CLOSED 1PH, ami reraons who foxes jlcnt enough to sec'tht pyesenl nego- on hand, andVish to dispose of them tifttions .break down. Libernl agents are .testing out the Hegltn, JAn. than five hundred live'foxes of aH kinds, val- ued at a figure In excess of also .provides for a close season for rallying cry o[ Liberalism in the now foxes In Saskatchewan. conferences- being Both amendments were passed with- .Q eacli constituency, fallowed by out opposition, ami received meelmgs in the aL hearty endorsement of members whenever possible a cabinet presenting the districts most deeply (s present- to explain the- concerned in. tho now legislation. 'iJoyil George proposals, and in In some of tho other provinces conferences of farmers, wore shipped Irom Saskatchewan dur- Canada, tf.o ejporlatlon of live foies !shoptoepers and laborers to Us or- 1911 accordlne to the ealiraate is I'rohiWlKj. gaDizcd. The first necessity, Ihe coun- in0 1913, accordlns to the of F. Hradshaw, chief game guardian of tiio province. Prom Prince Albert dapt- IH claims, is the thoro-igli education AN'T MAKE A SUGAR REFINER PRODUCE POOKS OR PRIVATE BUSI- NESS I-ondon, Jan. Lord ell or recently delivered the Chan- judg- ed for the said -Mr. Brad. (he electorate. _.Kigns. arc- not, lacking that pollti- ;ent of the Judicial Committee of ho Privy Council In tie appeal by be Attorney-General of ilia Common- vealth of (Australia and member? qt Royal Commission on the sugar In.- iuctry from a decision of the Aus- tralian high conn. Tho respondents, a-director Bud a manager of a sugar reflning to give evidence before tho commission on ho ground that they were to be ask- ed to disclose irade secrets, and they, obtained an Inlerloculary Injunction against tho commissioners on' 'the casting vote of the Chief Justice In a court of four Judges. Lord Haldane dealt at length with the constitution of Australia, which ho salil was based on tho principle established by the United Slates, -anil hold that (he Uoyal Commissions Acts were ultra vires and void so far SB they purport- ed to enable a Hoyal Commission to compel answers or to order the pro- duction of documents. Canada Jiave been Eupplled with large rvumbers of Saskatchewan foxes ar.4 the export enterprise his become one of ;arge proportions. The situation has become almost an alarm- Ing one, Mr, Bradshasr declares. Restrict Exportation The Imposition under the terms of an amendment to tho Game Act, rasscd at tho last session of the leg- islature of a tax of JIOQ on all silver foxes sent out of tho province and in respect to each red or cross- bred fox, will result, the gamo guard- I which local men plamto establish in should fcavo a good projpei ot success. ian anticipates In DISHONEST BANK CLERK Toron to, Out, Ja n, h e 3 Skerie fn tbe roller court today on tho charge of fraud was Rent to Jftll for thirty days. He iteadeil fcullly of fcUempttng to sicnl from llio Dank oft Montreal tho sum of find de- frauding the Wright Co, of Sfceno was ledger keeper in the Bank of branch at Lindray. of the stock of these valuable fur-bearing animals at their present number, and may bring about a' considerable in- crease. Tho nmenrtmenls do not como Jnlo force until February 15, DRINK HABIT Less Meat if Kidneys Hurt TAKE GLASS OF SALTS IF YOU FEEL BACKACHY OR BLAD- -DER BOTHERS RESUME OF ENGLISH POLITICAL SITUATION WRITTEN WITH APPARENT, POLITICAL BIAS London, Jan. ministers If you must have your meat every day, eat it, but flush your kidneys with salts occasionally, says a noted authority vho tells us that' meat forms uric which almost para- lytes the kidneys In their efforts to expel it from the blood.' They become sluggish and weaken, then you suf- fer with a dull misery In kidney region, sharp pains in the back, or sick headache, dizziness, your eto- nie now reassembling after the holl- mach sours, tongue la coated and days and the first cabinet council of when tho wcalhcr is bad yc-u have A bill to incorporate tho World As- 3-jranfo company, with tiead ofnce nt Vancouver, will be parliament at tho approaching session RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT .some announcement regarding negoti- latlons between the loaders ty-.own to (bo in progress, but ts mole likely jthat no delmilc statement will te forthcoming until parliament roas- )tl February. Opinion Is not Tho ORR1NE. treatment for Iho' sanguine of a satisfactory settlement, brink Habit can bo used with obBO-'and the Unionists havo gained heart lute confidence. It destroys Ml desire L from disclosures of wide dllitrences for whiskey, beer 6r other stimulants, Thousands have fully used It and have been restored >o lives of pobrlety and usefulness given secretly. Costa only Si from money will bo after n refunded. trial, jour Ash for free booklet telling all about OKU1NE .tied CroB? Drug and Book Store, Ltd., 1 Acadla block. government ranks ov- er the naval estimates. A duel is said to be in progress between Jlr. Churchill anfl Lloyd George, with a forced-out of the cabinet, Such acris- ly, and, is is on opposition'.? those oi Its membeift who prefer par- ly advantage lo even the sfttlemeat of Oic Ulster ouestioa would be con- during tho night To neutralize these Irrilatlng to cleaiise tho Icldneya and Mush off tho body's uricoua wasto get ounces of Jad Salts from any pharm- acy here; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys -wlil then, act floe. This fftmoua calls Is mads from the add of grapep and lemon juice, comMned llthla and has been used for gene-rations to. flush and stimulate elugglah kidneys also to neutralize the acids In urlno, BO II no longer Irritates, thua ending bladder weakness. sriita js Inexpensive; cannot In- jure and makes a delightful efferves- cent nthfe-VAter drink. J. n. .Hfgln- botham fc Co., advjl. ;