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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 25th, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE T o This Country Gets Not One Benefit and Some Duties are Higher' (W. A. V. Report) Ottawa, J aft. 24.-In the House ol Commons today Mr. E. M. MacDon-ulrt introduced a bill relating to the adjustment of' small claims arising izi connection with the operation oE Under the government railroads. Under the ____ _..... .......____ present acfc county courts have juris- desirable^ ne~saTd,"to have diction in cases involving, amounts up to $i)00. The bill proposed to in- i crease this to $500. | 1)]:. Belaii'd asked the minister of; naval affairs for some information in ! regard to a- -number of Canadians who have recently undergone examinations tor seamanship in the old country, Hon, J,p. Hazen said a formal report had'not been received by the naval branch, but that -information had been received that'1; the Canadians had all passed in the first class. called for and were due on October 1. They wore not satisfactory. As a matter of fact, there was only one tender and it did not provide a'suit-ablo service. The period was then lengthened and since Dec. 15 he had been considering the additional tenders,-received. But he was npt able to say for a, few days at least, what conclusions would be arrived at. Mr. Foster explained that the cost of everything in connection with shipping is now at high water mack, and it is a, difficult matter to get strong shipping Arms to go in for the West Indian trade. It was not a low and Industrial Unrest is Rampant (Continued from front page). inferior service. He was endeavoring to get a service that would be first class, both in respect of passengers and freight. The house, however, would have to make up its mind that it would be necessary to pay pretty high for such a service. Canada Buncoed Hon. Frank .Oliver said he wished to again express ills disappointment at the small result which would follow this agreement. As a result of | it the West Indies would get a twen-Mr. Vervellle askod the minister of ty per cent, trade advantage on im labor if lie had any information about ported goods, but there' could be no the -three labor leaders arrested and advantage to Canada on products condemned to" payYa; .1500 fine or go brought from the Indies. The con-to pYtsoh'for three months in con- aurner in Canada would aefeiiajty. pay nection with ihe strike iri'the. Porcu-' more on these articles than is being pine. Mr. Crothers said no official re- paid now and on none would they port Iiad yet been received. He notlc- stand tp pay less. As a matter of ed in. the "papers that an appeal had fact the Canadian consumer would been taken and there would likely be Pav more to the amount of difference a stay of proceedings. He had taken, between 20 per cent, and 33 per cent, the potter up with'the attorney-general of Ontario: Sir 'Wilfrid Laurier asked, the minister^ of nuance when he intended to resume^ consideration of the Bank Act. ' Mr. White was not certain, and Premier .Bqrden. added that it was desirable' to first' dispose of business which' Mr. Foster has in hand, owing to his approaching/ departureJor Australia.:'^ " '''West .Indies'; ,'Agre'emeht Cbn9i'd�e^|ipA:^^jlibe. bilj/ to, ratify the rtrade''-agtee'riibnt between Canada and the West'/lRdiea was then resumed in cotnniittee when the fight over clauses four;1 .fiye, and sis, suspended on .Thursday inighj;, was resumed. These clauses^ relate particularly to the question of shipments of goods, it be'ihg provided in the bill that the preference to be. given the West. Indies under the agreement will apply onl^- to' direct' shipments. The opposition- maintained, as they did .on theprevious evening, that the bill departed-front the terms of the agreement.' "'This jpiew was 'tak'^n? by"- JSlr Wilfrid Laurier, wb'o'saia''R^fie'"''Cari-udian department deported from the terms of agreement it would,be necessary to secure the consent of the legislatures of the various islands affected. Premier JJorden: and Hon. Geo.. Foster maintained that this was not the case and that' the bill had to be considered^ in \coh^ wi|hHtlK'.i cus-toirifcao,t.-1 ';-''-'J*'';--^^ i ' Mr. Errcmiersoti said that Mr. Foster, during the course of. Thursday's debate, had; said that the West Indians liad pledged themselves to secure certain concessions Avbm Canada.; Now Mr,. Fpsjter. was trying to piueh them'\ Send ten conts in Bpstage'o*i'-sijver to the Herpiofde Coin-, p^ny, Dept. Detroit, Mioh., for trial bottle arjd an interesting booklet on the dare of the hair.. � � � .'."�.. �>:-� �3i D. Higlubotham &.C.O., Ltd; special agents.' �' . : v. ' See our .windbw display. ;, Mr. Bain, of Winnipeg, is a guest for a few days with Mrs. F. W. Downer, Westminster House. and ?5.00. Tonight. $1.50 $2.25, $3, MEN'S BOX CALF BOOTS '. In sizes 7 to 11; regular price $4.50. 'ttO 9R Tonight........ 3��.�3I VACATION SHOES AND SLIPPERS  'Boys and; girls rubber sole canvas Oxfords and Slippers, Regular $1.25. On sale tonight at..... WOMEN'S OVERSHOES "Doris" style - Regular price $2.50. ^4 Tonight...... #1 mCO GIRLS' "CLASSIC" SHOES In vici kid with patent tips, sizes 8 to 10%; reg. $2.35 for ... Sizes 11 to 2. reg. $2.75 for ... Boys' Boots $1.50 $1.75 Men's Wool Aviation Caps Gun Metal Bluchers same shape that father Regular $3.50. On sale tonight for'.... cut the wears. $1.95 Mens' Scotch Knit pure Wool Aviation Caps in same style as here illustrated; splendid variety of Heather shades also dark or light grey, also bhitik. Regular $1.00. At 7.30 tonight........................................... Linen Collars Tookes' linen collars in every wanted shape and complete range of., sizes from 14% to .16. Regular price 2 for a quarter. On sale tonight at FOUR FOR ..... 65c Wool Underwear Three dozen only, Boya' Scotch Wool and Stanfieid's Ribbed Wool Undershirts regular prices up to 85 cents. At 7.30 tonight for......... ... 25c The Last of the Kid Gloves 25c We are determined to clean up tohig3jt;the complete Balance'of; our Ladies' Kid and Cape Walking GJovee. Principally 6,- 6%; 7; and 7% sizes-but at the price we arerputting thenron -sale tpjiight' ladies will not be so particular about getting their exact' size]' Regular prices were up to $1.75; tonight at 7.30 . - -� 1 all at 50c These Snaps in Dry Goods Motor Scarfs Fancy Linens Eastern Aviation Cap with Band PuaED Down Balance of our best lines in Ohiffon, Ninon, arid Beaded Motor Scarfs and Veils, were pold in the regujariway;. up to $10; at 130 � andoned treatment, 88; dead, 55. : . Tho tei-m "apparent cure," the report explains, which is used in rela-, tion to cases of cancer, means that all traces of the original diseases have disappeared; that there are no signs of any recurrence, and that the patients, so far as can be � determined, are free from'-'any iridicatlon of symptoms of the disease. The "abandoned treatment" group includes those cases in which the patient had to leave London, and those, who could not afford to travel repeatedly from the country to the institute. i Epitheliomata of the skin quickly responded to treatment. 'The same variety of cancer, when not attacking the skin, but the tongue, lip "or lining of the stomach, Is almost universally disappointing7' in its ultimate response to radium therapy. Temporary improvement is hot infrequent ly..Been,'.'bat the treatment is practically of no effect in preventing or delaying the appearance of secondary growth in the glands of the- neck and' elsewhere. j. \ � �f; In internal oancers, on which operations cannot be; performed, with any hope of success, the -pain' is often greatly relieved/ the  ulceration -healed, the bleeding , stopped^ and the rate, of growth checked by ths use of radium. ;,, In a few Instances, cases previously declared inoperable became operable. In operable cancers of, the stomach radium was tried, not with hope of a cure, but with the object', of, :qhepk: tog. the grffwth and ?aWviRjinV'"tli� symptoms. Some slight .(Beg/ee' ot benefit resulted' to the case"6^cancers of the breast. ~'\ The rest 6f thie^repor^isj. oh ,ijhe, whole, encouraging! .-Rfrdluin,, how* ever, should: never.::be;:.used': 'tov' tifcke; tbe place, of - ail operation, ^wbett^-tbl* is, possible. " ',-''. , ICE CBEAM On Saturdays at The Brown Betty Tea Room the Sign of Tho Tea Pot (Upstairs) Across from Robertson's Book Siore �-. -1 : A man narned ;McIntoSh" and bis Avlfe were burned to 'death near Na-kusp, B. C. ... -v, \ ,  Quebec,officials broke up a "cocking main near Mon^peal, seizing^ biVds, four of them de^d ^ , ( � '" ' ' ' tf|f|* It. Is dha.Tged'th^atv^e,:request of Senator (iif'roir; i Hon. 'Robert Rogers, In order to Influence, ^the provincial bye:election .in Antigonish, N. S., last week, made public the- main and supplementary estimates, of thc public works department as they will affect that constituency. Whopping Cough SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS ASTHMA COUGHS CATARRH COLDS �tops Mis parol:........... .. . .BpunoiUaCrtfiiS'atdMik It la * nooN tq auScr.ea fcraalhloi aai/ ,U,oi0ht�.,,,U Is 1ht�Iu�1j1� to ntttwra ^Itfii " �*& o^uoo)�ff,' ' ' BSOtBKB 10 TfiROAT fflttho lrrl��t�4 'OCa^ijIlSWf^^i Mmtn�'Mllea'BMllillng'!.. 44 ;