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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETttBKIDGK DAILY HERATJY Thursday. January 12 1911. THEATRE W.B, SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 646 TO-NIGHT -SI Ins- Olga Nethersole's Version, 2. Massive Production. AND SATURDAY MATINEE AND TEE BOYS" .W. H. Crane's Big Success, .Get Behind the Band. Wagon- Crane. SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE FROM 10 a.m. TO 10 p.m, OilAXD MAT1NEK SATURDAY. Adults 25c; 'Children 10c X CLXTB INAUGURATION MEETING AT ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL Friday thivlSlh. S.30 P. M. ALL BRITISHERS INVITED. Organized; London. Eng., An- Has members from all over the Empire, and already there are branches forming. One of the Club's principal objects is "To draw together the bond of comradeship, the living .under the folds of "THE.BRITISH FLAG." Over-70 local members al-: ready. rNo charges for membership. FAMOUS ARTIST IS 75 'STIRLING ON STAND AT INQUEST RECORD BATCH OF RAILWAY ROUTES Slight Change in Leth- bridge-Weyburn Line Is Approved Ott'awa, Jan. Hon. George P. Graham, minister of rail ways, put in a very busy day consider- ing plans for railways, having the larg- est bunch of route maps before him that he or any other Canadian railway, minister has bad to consider at once.' tie spent three sessions receiving del- egations with regard to the plans submitted. The first maps approved were those of tlie Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific from South Battleford westerly. Both lines were approved into town and westerly for over one hundred miles. From the mile post they are to. follow separate routes. The "Canadian Northern line south- westerlv from Moose Jaw was ap- STOMACH DISTRESS AND DYSPEPSIA GO A.Little Diapepsin Makes Your Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes As there is often SOIJIP one in your family who suffers an attack of indi- gestion or some form of Stomach trouble, why don't you keep some Di- gest, I be slightest discomfort, and overcome a sour, gassy Stomach five miii'iit'S af- This harmless blessing wiu anything you can eat without. 'ieil your pharmacist to yo'-i the formula, plainly primed uu these 50c cases of Rape's DIapepsin, then you will readily'see why it makes In- digestion. So.ur Stomach, and other distress go In (ive minutes, and relieves at oiu'-e such miseries as Belching of Gas, Krucuuioii.-; of sour, undigested food, Nausea, Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation and other Stomach disorders. Some folks have tried so long to find MACLEAN WOULD REDUCE CP1RATES Sis Wilfrid Refuses To Say Anything About Reciprocity Ottawa, Jan. house resuni ed session yesterday, after the Christ mas recess. Several important mat iers wore discussed during the four hour sitting. The chief feature the refusal, of Sir Wilfrid Laurter i say anything regarding the reciprocitj negotiations now going on with th I'nlled States government. In reply t .Mr. Uordeu's question, lie said ilia whatever arrangements were made details of entrance to the cicj relief from Indigestion and Dyspepsia were made subject to ratification b the whole house. W. P. MacLean gave notice of a mo tion calling Upon the 0. P. R. to r duce its freight rates in view of tha announced increase of. dividends. 11. B. Ames moved for the return of D. W. COULTER MISS BARKER v An Eyelash Lead in the Contest To-Day--Won- derful Burst of Speed in District No. 3- Miss Davies Close to Pace-Makers- Alice Sparks Keeps A-Going- Chinook Sure to Follow Judging by the the vote ie go- ing the individual Boosters' Club, the auxiliary each candidate should possess, must lie working overtime. The contest editor la just as much rised as anybody :it the unusually to be fixed by the railway board. Objections were heard at length to the Canadian Northern Moose Jaw, Kindersley branch, Kindersley south- western branch, Canadian Pacific Moose Jaw north-westerly revision and the Canadian Pacific Swift Cur- rent south-easterly branches, all of which were allowed to stand. The re- k vision of tlie'Canadian Pacific main Aita., -Jan. Mjue route between Austin and Mel i standing ihe very severe weather S which lias prevailed since Monday i morning, the coroner's inquest into the cause of the death oi Bcllevue vic- tims of December 9th, has eone oil bourne, Manitoba, also stood over. The Alberta Ceiitrai Line from Rocky Mountain House to Yellow- head Pass and the Canadian Northern without n break. sessions have i revision of the HuinboMt Calgary j been Ill-Id'and to be continued un-i isae were approved without oppost- 1 til it ends. Several witnesses hcvn examined, most oi them confirm- inc what had been bi'owpht out by or an out-of-order stomach with the common, every-day cures advertised that they have about made up their minds that they have something else wrong, or believe theirs is a case of Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stomtich or Cancer. This, no do.ubt. is a serious mistake. real trouble is, what you eat does not digest; instead, it ferments and sours, turns to acid. Gas and Stomach poison, which putrefy in the digestive tract and intestines; and, besides, poi- son the breath with nauseous odors. A hearty appetite, with thorough di- gestion and without the slightest dis- comfort or misery of the Stomach, is .vaiting for you as soon as you decide to try Pape's Dzapepslii. all papers, telegrams, etc., between the 1 Charing Cross Bank or A. W. Car-yen-'Jlish vole" But if "KrIuR' il er, or any one on'their behalf, or any member of the government, or official regarding the affairs of the At lantic, Quebec and Wc-siern Flail way, thousand votes in the ballot box helps lo bring another hundred votes, that's nitaluv good Interest on the invest- or the New Canadian Company, Ltd.! P. MacLean gave'notice that up-{ A 'mem. ittle true one, mark yov on the House being moved into iii very well here. In :i recent lie would move amoiidmeiHs declaring that the time had arrived when the telephones and telegraphs of Canada should be nationalized thai there contest conducted by the manager o! tlie Herald's prize voting affair, one o the young ladies, even by voting should be a sUite-oxvned cable, across [subscription as, fo i others. hav Several of the fire hosses their evidence as to the .f- London Jan. Lawrence Al- ma-Talderin, the world famous paint- J condition in their respective tcrritnr- IPS in tin- mine. .Most oi these rr- .I port Uu> mine where they worked to have been in good .condition. That portion extending from 51 to Tfi chutes seems to "be the Kilacc the most dancer- trom gas in the ohl workings existed and Fire Boss Malls Candian Northern and G. T. tion. The t'. railway plans for entrance to Cal- gary stand until the railway board ap- prove the details for entrance. The Grand Trunk Pacific revised plans for Calgary branch approved. Approval was also given to G. T, P. o, SSd ftgVi anniversary today; Since the death ,vas silllnar in most n-- j. of his wife a'year ago. Sir Lawrence j sppc..s lnat 5jven by Cardrll and lias spent much of his time on the con- j BQVIO, who were sent to examine that. "tineay though stiir inaim.aining his! pari of the mine ou the 7th ot Dcccm- iamous :home in J3z. John's Wood. Re- bcr. Stirling, diici provincial 'mspet- j" cently. he has sivcn'much of his time I to .promoting the issue of Dickens' I testimonial stamps in England. railing Hair i You Run No Risk. When This Remedy You Use tor, was on the stand today for the purpose of telling the condition oi thti mine-on.Tuesday, after the accident when he, with Mr. Ashworth, John Anderson, pifboss, Thos. Lockeu anil one or two others, made a partial ex- amination. His report as to the con- ditions as found agrees in all essen- tials with what Supt. Powell and others have stated. There was very little evidence oi violent shock beyond fallin too ready with persistency and regularity, for a reasonable length of time. It is scientific, cleansing, antiseptic, germi- cidal preparation, that destroys mic- robes, stimulates -good circular ion around .the hair roots, promotes hair nourishment, removes dandruff, and restoresihair health. It is as pleasant ib use as. pur'6 water, and it is deli- cately perfumed. It is a real toilet necessity. want yo.n. td-try Rexali "93" Hair ,Tpnic with our promise that it will cost you nqihinp: unless you are perfectly satlEfted with its use. It conies .in two "sizes, prices, and Sl.QO. Re- yon can obtain Rexa.ll :Rem- edies in this community only at our Rexali Store, b'otham Co. J. D. Higin- HIDE CO, AND Highest market nrioes paid 'or furs nnd junk. Wo also Iw and sell ail kinds of second-hand furniture, ladies' and gents" funr.phinse. jewel- ry and musical instruments. Office and Ware'iouse 32? Crabb St. Opp. Herald office Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lcthbridgfi, Alta- it others, but ihe territory above in iicati-d the ex-tcnt to which th orcc of the explosion -.had spread. Supt. Green; oi the Blairmorc mine through the mines, was ex .im'mcd and his report- was similar that or ?.Ir. Stirling. John Anderson pit boss of -the mine, is now beinsr amined very hy Mr. M kie and ivili be the stand at the rj session. He 'has 'given evidence as- 1 the air currents and the means he has taken trom time 10 time to keep up a good circulation throughout the old workings. Inspector Heathcotc and Mr. Stirling are still to be examined and. after them will cnme the expert- testimony oi Mr. Ash worth ami Dr. ReveUc. Oihpr testimony may be pro VANCOUVER LADY DEAD the Atlantic; that a tariff commission should be appointed, and thsit the gov- ernment should take steps to ascertain tue rights of the public using the Can- adian Pacific Railway, to a reduced tar a long time could barely keep withu calling distance of the leaders. One day, when the other candidates ha an off particu iff rate, because of the provision young lady had a fair streak o that regard contained in an act ratify- ing the agreement with that company; an extension of the parcels systems in Vancouver. Jan. C. M. 'tie post office; and that the control of tlie capitalization of railways should luck, and by parting with every vot sue possessed, ginned first position i her district. her friends hat" she was "really making progres ne from Biggar westerly to Town- lip 37, fourth meridian. Grand; rtmk Pacific line Moose Jaw to point !star- ear Elbow stands. G. T. P. revised plan of. Regina ouiidary branch was approved with he.condition that the line must pass tiro ugh Frobisher. j Mayor Ray, City Solicitor Keefer, Jity Engineer Antinio and Alex. Smith of Ottawa appeared for the Beecher, widow of the former vice- president of the B. C. M. T. Co.. and one_of the best known pioneer women of Vancouver, died today. She was very wealthy; leaves two sons, one a resident here and the other formerly reported on the now of New'-York. be" in the hands of the Railway com- mittee. The first tiuestiou to bo brought up, he said, would be the mat; ter of the C. P. R. tariff. There was another long discussion Montreal over H. H. Miller's bill to amend the The lateliaterest.bill....This bill provides that subscriptions were easy to get, and ntj the close, this candidate', who 'could {ing up Coutts and vicinity, m a man- hardly keep up at first, won one'of thejner which proves that she is a hustler, best prizes 'offered: hcr scorc Votin- up r.-as profiable in that con- ?'liss Elizabeth Adams, of Stirling, test and if it isn't a helper in getting who has remained stationary in the the candidates in the Herald paper for some time, more than doub- head of the a cousin of j the mortgagor may pay on a mortgage Henrv Ward .Beecher. Thin H-air own of Port Arthur in regard to the application of the Canadian' Northern or approval of its branch from Port irthur to Nipigon. From Nipigon to tlie east limit of Port Arthur, appro- was given to run south of the C. P. R. line and from the north-east lim- t to the centre of the city. The "ormer approval to run north of the J. P. R. was affirmed. The revised plan of the C. N. R- Sndbury-Port Arthur line was approvecL The C. P. R, plan for Swift Current A Liberal Offer by giving three months' notice or pay- ing three months' interest. The pre- jsent period is six months. There I was considerable objection taken to this bill, especially on the ground ihut it was an infringement of proviiicia Whatever the reason, or whatever e cause, the honor Is very near even, s there ara only 510 votes separating rst and second place holders. Where 'ill the next flash come from'.'. Any f ihe districts is liable 10 spring a. urprise. District No. 1, the candidates in it, iidu't do a thing in the voting line yet Triay, w hie Li. of course, isn't saying Hat they didn't gather in a few votes, nacimty in voting Aoes not mean In- activity in least, not n a dstrict like No. 1, or any other, for that matter. s Olive Davies, who reports ev- ery work day, and votes every time she ets a chance, was in evidence as usual yesterday, ami her score took a fair- sized .Miss Davies is third in' the entire contest, and leads all the candidates in the city by votes. Un the margin of one of the news- paper coupons received yesterday for Miss Davies, was written "Good luck to you, Olive.'1 This coupon counted for but five votes, but it is safe to say that the friend who sent it in be- longs to Miss Davies' Boosters' Club.. ;Miss Kathleen Parrel, who is stirr- conte'st would not part with such large lies her score this morning, "wads" of votes for ihe honor of hold- which proves that the vote All of jn the pa- ing first-place for a day. i Per: must not be taken -too seriously. The telephone lines don't always re-! In the pony division Alice Sparks ag- spond to "calls" these cold days, ami j "in "speeds along, regardless of. the it is barely possible that Mr. Coulter and Miss Marker had sonie sort of a When the hair thins out on the top of the head and the'bald spot, is get- Mr. Miller contended that it .was tooj doings of the other boys -and girls. Russell Dudley managed to get a. re- to Brooks line was approved from mile 46 to mile 190. Tne B. C. Southern Waldo brand was approved from near Wal- do. The Hudson Bay and the Paci- fic line from Prince Albert north- ting ready to appear in p.ublie, don't jet discouraged or irritable. Just go to your druggist and ask for Parisian Sage Hair Tonic. He will charge you for a large if it does not cause hair to grow 'Where the hair is thinning out, nothing on'this earth will. And we want to say to everybody, man, woman and child, that yon can have your money back if Parisian Sage isn't the best hair grower, hair saver, hair beautifier and dandruff cure on the market today. It stops itching scalp and falling hair and makes hair grow thick and abundantly. All druggists everywhere sell Parisian Sage, or postpaid from he Giroux Mfff. Co., Fort Erie, Ont. 'See that the girl with the Auburn hair is on every, bottle. Sold and guaran- teed by Jacksou fc Cope. .are to take this objection, the prin- ciple had been accepted on second reading, but consented to some amend ments on points of detail. The bill was still under- discussion when the committee closed. -return the .'request of 'Mr. H.-B. Ames, .shows that the total cost of the inquiry into the Lumstlen charg-j es as to over-classification on the N. T. R., which was conducted last session. is Of this amount was paid for legal services and the remaining sum being paid to wit-! nesses as fees. Smith, Markey Skin ner, of Montreal, received G. F. .Moss, Toronto, S'i.SIT, and F. II. Chrys- ler, Ottawa, who was the public coun- sel. communication, and fixed up Port representing through the compromise as to wV.o would lead I snow-bound Pass. --This young man. the contest. Another solution might j who IIHS causecrfeafs to .run up and be Giat each of these verv widfi-awake down the backs of the other kiddies, candidates concluded that 400.000 almost reached the century mark to- votes was more than any other candi-jday. date would have-the nerve'to Try again, Russell, ii the next time. You can t easterly was approved for seventy- miles easterly, north of Saskatoon. C. N. R. Onway to Arthabasca River line stands. The C. P. R. withdraw its plan for a line from East Selkirk to Traverse Bay on Lake Winnipeg. A slight change in the C. P. R. line from Weyburn to Lethbridge was ap- proved. hut it is expected that two or three days moiV will end the. inquiry. Sun Life of Canada The new business of the Sun Life Assurance Company, of Canada, for the year just closfeil is 'he largest in the history of the company. The total applications for Assnr- jance amounted to which is in excess of the Imsi- for This large volume was j secured in the ordinary course of bus- iness through the company's Agencies. MANITOBA'S TECHNICAL COMMISSION IN SESSION Canadian Pacific Railway FIRST ANNUAL EXCURSION Los Angeles, Cal. BY SPECIAL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., TUES., JAN. 17, 19 Tickets on sale Jan. aticl 17, ?11 Final return limit, 00 days FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO ANGELES AXI) RETURN: LOS Going and returning via Spokane Going via Spokane, returning via Seattle .........-.......S127.55 Above fares include berth and meals from Spokane on going (rip. For full information regarding these and otuer excursion rates, apply to nearest C.P. By. Agent, or to R. G. McXEILLIE. District Paisengcr Agsnt, Calgary, AHa. Winnipeg, Jan. Manitoba Technical Education Commission or ganizcd shortly after the visit of the Dominion Technical training Corn-mis sion some weeks ago. held its firs working session this afternoon, con i inning this evening, and the sessions will last for several days, Hon. G. R. Calriwell, minister of education for the province, presided and Deputy minis- ter Robert Fletcher is'secretary. May- or Evans. Cbas. F. .Roland, of the indus j trial commission: T. G. Hamilton, of tiie school Brydon-.lack. Prof. E. P. Featherstonhaugh gave ev- idence at today's Mayor Evans-pointed out the value of .Winnipeg's manufacturers. 000. an increase of 400 per cent, in ten Ivcars. the capital represented being He also, showed the in- creased value possible on the com- pletion of the municipal electric plant at Point Hois, to produce horse-power electricity. .Mr. Holand will give statistics as to TO THE HERALD: Lethbridge. Alta. I wish to help Name of candidate. address. by payinc sub scription to The Herald. for...............months, fDaily Weekly j years, and inclose cover subscription. beginning Votes, if new Nnme....... Address Votes, if old State whether hy mail or Carrier. get the votes on the above cash must accom-' pany ihe order. A person now. taking The Herald will receive votes, according to making any payment on sr.nscription. provided the above form is sent the contest depart- ment with the money. STANDINGJT CANDIDATES Votes Will Be Added for Saturday's of GRAND PRIZES McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car. tour, taklna in Coronation of King or In Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or ?75; DISTRICT trip or DIVISION A. At least one of th. grand prizes go to- this division. M