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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 13,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 THREE YEARS IISERY Mrs. Burnside Escaped an Operation by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mahoningtowr., Pa. - "For thrae years I suffered untold misery every month, and had to stay in bed tho first, two or three days. I also had a displacement and other ailments peculiar to women. I became so weak and run down I could scarcely walk across the floor, "The doctor told mo I would nbver be well unless I would undergo an operation, b,ut I was advised by my mother to take Lydia E. Pinkbam*s Vegetable Compound and after I had taken four bottles I am strong and well. ] have got others to take your medicine with the same good results and they can-rot say enough for it.'' - Mrs. j. A. Burn-side, Mahoningtown, Pa. Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials like the above prove tho efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women who suffer from those distressing ills Bhould not lone sightof these facte or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to ro*t>a>v their health. If you liarc tho slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help you, writ* to Lydia X4.Pinkh.ani Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for advice. Your letter will l>e opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence WHISTLING TO KEEP THEIR COURAGE UP ITS BANK ACCOUNT LIBERAL AND CONSERVATIVE LEADERS DIFFER AS TO THE REAL CONDITIONS London, Jan. 11.-The terms of the Tjnionist party's memorial to Mr. Bon-nr Law arc discreetly concealed, ao That it is possible for both l'cod tax-era and free fooders to cluim the victory. The oracles of the Unionist ]jress are diametrically opposed as to �the nature of the proposed compact. There is to be no abandonment of food taxes, says the Pall Mall Gazette. Food taxes are to !be relegated to u second election, i says the Daily Telegraph, which invented this alternative to tho now discarded referendum. -  Kegina, Jan. 10.-That the manner in which tho province was so rapidly running into debt was ample evidence that the tornis of the autonomy bill of Saskatchewan were not sufficient for tho conduct of the government was the loading critic sm implied in the speech of Mr. Willotrgh-by, in reply to the budget speech in yesterday's session. The manner in which tho highways fund was administered was also brought to..the notice of tho,lipase- ny the opposition leader.' The current expenditure was not being met bv the cur^'erib revenue, uc-cla>red Mr. WilloUghby, and the province had-besides an immense Amount of capital expenditure. The /ovcni-rnent, even during the present session �had imposed several taxes, the extent of which evidenced the stringent necessity for increased revenue. It was not for the purpose of regulation of various institutions throughout the province that the taxes have been levied but in order to supplement the government revenue. The Other Side * "That the revenue was �t -'1 Umes sufficiently, buoyant...to sustain the expenditure is thoroughly proven by the statement I gave the house ou Tuesday," asserted Mr. Bell. "The choree that the tax on the local institutions of the province is unjust,"' he continued, "is refuted by the fact that practically all of tho other provinces of Canada enforce a> similar tax. These institutions could very well afford to pay and had a perfect right to pay." "FruiJ-a-ltos" Cures Consiipilion Miaa E. A. QOOOALL Edmonton, Ai,Ta. , Nor. 20th. 7917 "I h:.*?* been a sufferer since babyhood from that terrible complaint, Constipation. I have beeu treated by physicans, and hove taken every medicine I heard of, but without tile slightest benefit. I finally concluded that there was no remedy in the world that could cure Constipation. About tilts time,' T heard nbov.t "I'rujt-a-tivca" and decided to try thera. The effectjv&s nsarve'lous. The first box gave me great relief, and after I had used a few boxes, I found that I was entirely well. "I'ruiC-n-tives" is the only medicine that ever did me any good and I want to say to nil who suffer as I did-"Try this fruit medicine and you will find- as I did-a perfect cure" (Miss) E. A. GOODALL "Kruit-a-tivcs" is the orlly medicine n the world made of fruit and the only 'to that will positively and completely .ire you of Constipation. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. Ct all dealers or sent on receipt of pricf jy Fniit-a-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. LIKELY 10 ADMIT THE OF STAFFORD TO CITY INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS ANCIENT. ORDER OF FORESTERS HELD MOST ENJOYABLE AND HELPFUL GATHERING Council Doesn't Like the Showing-Tenants Franchise Har'd Nut to Crack . lOlsie Bowes, aged 13, of Loudon, was badly scalded when she fainted while carrying a teapot. puidtly �to?a cou�rh3, cures colds, and hea!-the throat and lunars. ::  :: as cents Be Ye ken, Mon, that "Scotty" the Expert ' Shoe {Repairer Has started up a shoe repairing srore three doors south of the Hudson's Bay Co. REPAIRS NEATLY AND SATISFACTORILY DONE D. Mc VICAR 5th St. South 3 doors south of die Hudson Bay Co. SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO John Billings & Company Winnipeg and Lethbrldflo Daily prices by wire or phone, -OFFICE AT- j Messrs. Asquith and - Lindsay's Office DOMINION BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, Phone 1714 ALTA. P. O. Bo* 278 Although the council' of Stafford Village have been hammering the council for the past two years in an endeavor to have that municipality annexed to the city,,, there does not seem to be much hope that they will � accomplish their' purpose for at the .special meeting of the council held yesterday afternoon to consider this matter, it was practically decided to leave the village out. | The mayor, since coming into office, has repeatedly Voiced his object tions to taking Stafford into the fold, and it. begins to appear as if lie will have his way in spite of the fact that the 1012 council at its special meeting to discuss the cit*/ limits, provided for the inclusion of the village. The mayor's objections arc based on the grounds tha.t Stafford now lias a bonded indebtedness of close to $25,000 against an assessment of $182,000. A statement to'tins effect was laid on the table yesterday, and Stafford will be left out, unless, between now and Monday night, tho council of Stafford can show that their indebtedness is not so heavy as it appears. '  Another tiling which militates against the village is that its streets are by 110 means regular. One street is 30 feet wide at one end, about 60 in the middle, and still another width at the other end. However, the mat-, ter will not be finally passed upon j until the Monday evening meeting. j The council yesterday did not revert to the question' of the .basis of assessment for this . year,".;'. JUlttiough j Mayor Hardie had Intinrated to the ' Herald in the morning that tin's matter would bo discussed pro and con. once more before the assessor received his definite instructions. Tenant's Franchise Tho tenant's franchise is still , a thorn in the flesh of the council, and will haive to prick for a few days more at least before it is settled to the satisfaction of all members of the aldermanic board; During the 4s* AUCTION SALE -ON- " Monday Next, January 13th , AT 2 o'clock Sharp At 802 15th Street S. FRANK WADDINGTON has received instructions from the owner who is leaving, to soli by publio auction and without.rosorvo tbo whole of the ' * Jjjoluddhg:- Set ot Dining chairs. A^miuatdr a.u.d other ru�s. intension dining table. Brass Mounted-BMb V Upholstered bed lounge Child's B.rasB mounted cot. Four-piece Mahogany parlor Oak Dressers and stands. Suite. Majestic Range Wicker easy ohaira. Kitchen Cabinet :�'"��'."-�, ./.'�� campaign the new members of the council stated time and again on the platform that they were willing to extend the franchise to the tenants, but when the matter was discussed in the council a few days ago, they found that they would have to~quali-fy their promises somewhat ot the city would be in the hands of men who have no stake whatever here. Nothing was done at that time, and City Solicitor Ball was left to draft a clause to suit the case. He has been busy on it ever since, but as he does not know how far the council is willing to go in this direction, he had no basis for Birch a clause, and yesterday the council spent nearly two hours discussing the matter, getting no nearer a solution in the end. Mayor Ilardie stated that he had been implored to give the tenants a vote, and was kept out of bed Until late in the evening the other day by tenants calling him up and reminding him oMii.s promise. The bone of contention is the nuali-ficatiou which shall be set forth for a voting tenant. Most of the council were willing to allow anyone to vote who paid an annual rental of $150, provided he could show residence for at least six months before elect'on. To this Aid. Aird voiced strenuous objection. He did not see how it would be possible to distinguish the classes of tenants. A lodger paving this amount of rent for a couple of rooms in a* block would have the right to vote under such an arrangement, and probably there might be ai dozen such in one block. Aid. Aird did not think the tenant's franchise should be made so liberal as that. He suggested that a tenant who occupies a house assessed at $400, and who has lived in that house for six months before the election, should have the right to vote. He could see his way to go ho farther than that. Then began the discussion, and at every turn Aid. Aird held up objec-: tions, and in the end it Was left .until Monday afternoon when it will be all threshed out again. In view of certain Charges of inefficiency in connection with the collection of street car fares, the mayor claiming that enough were beinsr lost to pay the salary of a commissioner, th'ero was another long ' discussion about the Salaries of the commissioners, although this matter was settled the other evening. The discussion came to naught for it was decided to leave tho salaries as they were then decided upon, $4000 for the mayor and $3500 each for the other two commissioners. Tbo o(lker;-.-eiect of Court duty and Star nwt in the former's room on Thursday evening for the purpose of being installed, for the present year. A. B. Dupcn) D. O. Ranger, presided is installing officer, assisted by J. E. Clarke, Sr. P..C.R. 0f Court Star, while Dr. Thompson and F. C. Rossiter acted in the: capacity of installing woodwards!. The following is a list of Court Unity's officers ". Past Chief Ranger-Wm. Knowldon. Chief Ranger-Thos. Arnold. Sub, Chief Ranger-Chan. Doc. Treasurer-Lewis' Dunk. Secretary-H. Skinner. Sr.' Woodward-Wm. Hawkins. Jr, Woodward-F- C. Holmes. Sr. Beadle-C. Kensley. Jr. Beadie-P. Miles. Court Star Officers Past Chief Ranger-E. R. Hooker. . Chief Ranger-Geo. Chiswick. Sub Chief Ranger-N. Naylor. Treasurer-Thos. Short. Secretary-J. II. Fleetwood. Sr. Woodward-Ern. Fleetwood. Jr. Woodward-A. Arnold. Sr. Beadle-D. C. Hooker. Jr. Beadle-H. Barnes. After the ceremony A. K. Dupen delivered a well worded address ou fraternity and social intercourse, as it should and does exist between two or more lodges of the same fraternity in one city. Div Thompson delivered an able address of some length upon the principles of Forestry and its inner workings, stating that for members that are adherents of any society, if they lived up to their obligations they! Would be the means of not only uniting them as brethren, but would carry out the designs that the Supreme Chief Ranger of this universe intend-i ed as to how men should live and | dwell upon this earth. Men who livo i for self and have no thought or con- j sideration for fellow beings should ' have no just claim upon the blessings bestowed upon humanity. At the conclusion of the meeting lunch was served by the officers and members of Court Unity to the visiting brethren, and all departed for their" homes after the singing of Auld Lang Syne. Tho presentations of the Past Chipf Ranger's jewels and certificates as well as other marks of esteem and merits on honor wilji take piace in Court Star on Jan. 20th, at which a large concourse of members no no doubt will be assembled to participate in and witness same. NEWS BREVITIES A tree fight followed an exhibition of cruelty by a Kingston man who threw a stray cat across the street. Surveyors have started work on the new St. Thomas to Windsor Hydro power line, which will pass through Dutton, West Lome, Rodney, Ridge-towrt, Chatham and Kingsville. Hugh Kelly, aged 60, a G. T. R. car inspector, fatally injured at Hamilton, signed his will as he lay dying, having to hold a pen in his teeth and make his mark, has arms and legs having been mangled. Four men were fined at Elk Lake for forcibly taking a supply of whisky from a woman's house at Gowganda and for assaulting her. The woman was fined $100 and costs for illegal sale of liquor. io ikepleaSVtre or* Money Thrown Away "Your wife seems groucny." "Same old Christmas grouch." . p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All are welcome. ST.,CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Anglican)-Corner Eighth avenue and Eleventh Btreet South.-Rev. Canon Mc. Millan, rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday school and Bible class, 3 p.m. Bap tisrn, 4 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion at 8.30 p.m. on the first and third Sundays, and at the 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth SunVlays. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS-S. O. E Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. M. C. A. 9.45 a.m. Officers and teachers meeting; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors alwayB welcome. Bishop B. S. Young, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone G85. ST..PATRICK'S CHURCH-Rev. A H. Rosenthal, pastor, Rev, P. Mirilwe-gen, assistant. Mass 8 a.m. Children's 4iass 9.30 a.m. High Mass 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service CHRISTADELPHIANiS - At 038 12th St., A., N., (between 6th and 7th Ave.). Breaking of bread 4 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. A lecture , will be delivered by Sidney T. Bats-j ford, subject, "Do we go to heaven when we die ?" Everybody welcome. Bring vour Bibles. No collection. WESTMINSTER CHURuil (Methodist)-Rev. Joseph Wcodsworth pastor, will occupy the pttlpit morning and evening. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m.. All are heartily welcome. ST. AWUSTIN'S CHURCH-Corner 2nd Ave. and 8th St. Rev. Canon Murrcl-Wright, rector. Holy Communion every Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, and on the first Sunday of the month at the eleven o'clock ser-; vice. 11 a. m. Matins. Sunday ; school and Bible class 3 p.m. Evensong 7:30 p.m. j FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 1 will hold services in the First Baptist church, corner Ninth street and Third avenue south. Rev. J. B. Pickle, 1312 Sixth avenue South, pastor. . Sunday school, 10.30. Preaching services, 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. All are cordially invited to these services. INTERNATIONAL. BIBLE. STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION-Room 7, Alberta Loan and Investment Company building, Fifth street South. Meets every Sunday at 3 p.m. ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN- At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1509 Sixth Ave., S., January 12. Norwegian reading services at 10 a.m. Services, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Catechism . class, Tuesday and Friday, 4:30 p.m. Bible study, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m; FIRST BAP118T CHU L>A.Vli-Rev. A. C. Watsou, pastor. Services will ibo held at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. in uie Piiou Theatre, instead cf tho-Morris. Music under the leadership of Mr. George Mitford. ST. ANDHiiiWS CHURCH-North Lethbridge, Rev. A. C. Bryan, B. D., minister, will preach at both services.. Evening sub'ect, "Vanquisher of Dreadnoughts." A hearty welcome to all. v KNOX PRESBYTERIAN-Minister, Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning subject, ;"The Child and the Church." Sabbath school and Bible classes at S p.m. Chinese class'at 4 p.m. Morning an-them,;"Lord, .for Thy Tender Mercies' galfe/'. (Farrant); duefe "The'Iiord ft M'jf Shepherd" (Sm�rt), Mlsiletf Lum-b&rd and Simm.' Evening' antbeov "Tarry With' Me. O My- Saviour'* .(Baldwin); offertory solo, "Lift up Thy Heart" (Allltsen), Miss Simm. Everybody welcome. WESLEY CHURCHxr-Rev. T. P, Perry," pastor. Morning subject, "The Temperance Issue, and tho Kingdom of God," Evening subject, "The Tem- perance issue and Women's Work for Women." Sunday school and Adult Bible class, 3 p.m. The musical programme for the day will be: Morning anthem, "Lead, Kindly Light," and offertory solo. Evening anthem, "TJie Day Thou Gavest," and offertory soloi "Tarry With Me," Rhynd Jamieson. SALVATION ARMY-Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., in the new Empress Theatre. All are welcome. NEW MANAGER HAS GOOD RECOKI) GODFREY BOOTH WILL MANAGE AFFAIRS FOR NEW BANKERS TRUSTS, LTD. It is on Every Time! Vancouver, Jan. 10.-The retirement of Mi\ Godfrey Booth from the management of the Victoria branch of the Northern Crown Bank is announced. An Englishman by birth, he received his education at that 5 historic scat of learning, Christ's'Hospital, better known as the Bluecoat School. At the age of sixteen, Mr. Booth adopted banking as a profession, entering the service of that well-known concern, the London tc, Southwestern Bank, Limited, with whom he remained for eight years. In 1888 ho left this institution to accept a position on the Foreign Staff of the Bank of British Columbia in San Francisco, where he remained for three years until his removal to the Victoria branch of the same bank in 1891, and in 1897 he was appointed manage.* of the bank's New Westmin- ' ster branch. In 1899 Mr. Booth retired from the service of the Bank of British Columbia, and engaged m business. Upon the Northern Crown Bank commencing operatatious in Canada, the management of the Victoria branch was offered to Mr. Booth. Mr. Booth has accepted a position general manager of the Bankers1 Trust Corporation, Limited, . whose head offices will be located at "the southreast corner of Langley � and Yates street, in the premises now be- -ing remodelled for the company's car- * ly occupation. . ' ' A. G. Ci.:M:-i'ra; a London-:barrister; has entered suit to redover $10,008.17, 1 big percentage of theviamount he 'recovered from' the" Dominion -govern- j-' ment for the Mississauga indians, as !�'. per an agreement. -  -� Supreme above all others in quality - raised by merit alone to that proud eminence - Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, fresh-it is Invariably dependable. Your grocer knows it-ask him. �Ji SUPPER! I SIR -the easy answer, the tasty answer, the economical answer-an easy dish of select Atlantic fish. Wholesome, nourishing. No bones, every bite a glad one. And that bracy ocean flavor 1 It compels an eager appetite. Simple recipes with package. Ask your deale1* for "HALIFAX" and ^ACADIA" CODFISH it te For Sale by GEO. KERR & CO. 57 ;