Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE I J. Sell VIGOROL A Medicine that Pro- longs Lil'c VIGOROL will do all we claim for it. If not. we refund you your money. -VIGOROL not only prolongs life, but makes the old feel and look.young. Jt rostores vim nud energy. VIGOKOL takes hold of the Inside nerves at once and braces you up. Sonic of 3'our nerves havo been dor- mant for years, and if they are not looked ;ifter will dry up and die. VIGOROL reaches' the nerve centre, imparting; life, jouth and vigor. That tired, bil- ious feeling is removed; all yom pains, and aches are driven away. The. most 'wonderful tonic evcr'sold.is VIGOROL-. Do not be a burden to yourself and others; get a battle of VIGOR- OL today and start life ovei again. J. D. Hlglnbotham Co.'s drug store is the only place in Lethbridge where yon can buy. VIGOROL. Price 11.00 a bottle; Protesting (Continued from'front pagtr Taker Business Men Suppor (Continued from front page) of delayed loans on city ant farm property are due, .it is claim Ed, io delays experienced in register Ing the necessary .papers. One dealer "states that he has been Jield up for a title to a tract ol land foe over two. hipnth's, the papers in case being perfectly correct, and Tthough he has written several times- lie has received only one acknowledge- ef bis. communications. It is belteved that Taber will back up any )egMiniie that- may he taken rto remedy this state', of affairs, and M'otild welcome the establishment ot Ian office in Lethbridge, as It Is very wident that Caiman cannot handle Hbe large and mfreasing tolutue oi Business presented from day to day. HANDING --QUTV FAVORS the Moose Taw July 21 ratepajers voted on a to srant a free, site to George 'White Sons London Ont This thov turned down by tbe decisive majority OC-.214 to. 179. The bylaw "required a two-thirds ma- jontj to earn This is the second time.-the'proppsitionjhas been before Ihe burgesses! itii's ace freely discussed, that there was profanity Icing and loud wlien tho dribbleiLiiijtliat, John ,F. rtsh had sworn-in collector of customs at Cardslonv as 'it- ralhei puts the kihftsh Von anv efiort thai may be made to work up a prot-rst in he sou thorn riding. Those in the ;uow here say 'that telegraphic pro- were sent .south over, the ap- but of that story "there is o definite, .confirmation. While: it is doubtful H evidence Wild be got''to unseat 'Mr. it thought that the other protests would carru. greater weight il" the Cardston seat wore included. Just where all the money.is com- ing from to foot the big bills in con nection with a.-protest is.-not "stated. Xo doubt the federal machine is com- ing men in this city who -have grown fat on estate, and are casting longing eyes'1 "at a nomin- ation uhen the gtiural ettctuw rolls round, are- being bled extfehslvelv far as Claresholm i will-be a cross ..petition, as the con stittiency was- flooded with CaUari money handled by Calgary Tory heel ers Not Wot'rvina; Liberals Gramim. .htlr rumored ef- fort %to unseat '.Hon. Malcolni McKen- sic'is laughed at here.. Liberals say- that the attempt will fail and even if there was sufficient evidence to void .he election..the minister would'have i latter niajoutr ift tbe succeeding "ontest. Tbe situation would not t. eft; to the two old parties, as tin anners have called a convention for Jig. 5th and the. call is signed by ten 'who supported the Conservative andiriate in the recent bve-clcctiou one prominent lender among the armers stated, Dr. JYlcMUlan would oi he one-two-three in another clec- qn. He has shot his bolt and no one nows it better than the-leaders in iis aonstituencv No D ecision Express Cas (Continued from front Another Report Calgary. July protests from" S, Ball, a solicitor, represent- ing the Lethbridge Board of Trade and from J. 'Mmiwnrins, secretiiry of tlHit body; -resulted yesterday in uni ibe Dominion Hallway Commission 14 r. So j taking under consideration, the coin concerned there I plaint of the Lethbridge people ainst the recent raise in express rates! .which went Tpto effect ou ,April ii last. (Continued 'from front been worrying him, and lie can got ready Eo.booit and and fict.as many people .to Lcthbridge as they like now. They will be 'readyv -for thorn. H. J. chairman ol tho enter 'ulnmont, committee, hesived a sigh of relief when he heard of the plan. Ho has been growing gruy-heudori M-ylni to figure out how tiny .ivtii'e to hall space, enough ,to hold .the main convention, and nine other sectional conventions nt the'same time. Now knows. The big hall will accom- modate -the main convention of the Congress, while the smaller conven- tions will make use of tho other halls which have been secured. Aid. Skeith also gavt? the scheme his- support, as did other aldermen. Piaus for..the structure will be call: .-I for immediately, mid within Hie text couple of days the best plan will I be selected; and tenders called'fdr the erectio'ti of the-, building, 't is esli- mtiteci tftat the building can he erect ed in about two weeks. arid one vveeH sifter the Congress is over not a vest ige of it win, remain. It. will ed down immediately after the 'Con- gress. (ind the park cleared up. and put into good condition once more. Estimated Cost In deciding to erect such a building Phone 453 The LADIES STORE Liberal 0 In the "Last Call" Sale Pmal cltMunup pi iocs on all suinmoi slocks thai aic low enough lo niteiesf, woiuaa supphiucr imniptlmLc novels. The iipprndocl list is fnliu ol spojcu ol ollipi eqn.ilh at- (nulMo that a 30111 Suliudav IS SHE ROBLIN'S SISTER Oakland, Cal.( -July Mrs. !ma Oiuicau. keepor of a pool.rooin hiclr fashionable women'were ar- ite'rt.by the police, uupeared .before e police magistrate on e created -surprise by declariag that ie .Is the sister of Sir Rodman P. dblin. premier' of the Province of anitobn, Mrs. Diinciui and Airs. H.' 0.' Brink a; physician of Berkley, are irged with selling pools on -horse. ces, which is a folony under the California laws. .Mrs. Duncan, is .in jail, unable to furnish hall, and Mrs. Brink is at liberty under 'bonds'. On that tlate, the Canadian Pacific' Railway took over the Alberta Rail-1 tlio Board did not proceed without ind Irrigation Comuain a --nullI counting the cost It is estimated lhat lirv It had control of i it cin be erecteil foi about ?9iOO some time previously. Before the (Then the-Board estimates that tb'ere transfer Letbbridge had the-, ad van-j will -be .about (10 per .cent, salvage luge of competitive express rates be-! from tlie structure, the total nveen the Dominion Express Com- j cost .will' probably nor" be'more than paiiy and the Great Northern Express f J1500. which is much less than the Company., Since, the absorption of-- cost of renting a ball which woiild be the line the lehbridue te foi such a put pose for tl presentatives assert, that they length ol" time TCijitired. the regular rate oti arti-j The believed that it has sol cles expressed from any-point in thej ed its one big problem..and from no United Slates, in addition to an add-Jon are ready to carry on a campaig ed local charge from Sweet- Grass, a) which will bring delegates to the cit "nation near the International border, j during Congress week, by ih RTheir chief complaint was that dreds. additional charge is made to apph t ________________ not only on the line taken ovei i by the Canadian Pacific, but also OIVi 11 1 main line through the, lllUlSK Pass country, as the co'mneUtfon is eliniinated- Commissioner Scott said that while the protest would he considered, he was inclined to think that at least pan of the additional local rate would be continued, inasmuch-as the- express company ".probably, had.' some arrangement -rfor-- through express rates, w-as" abrogated when the line is taken oiei bv thi, Canadian Pacific KRllvni hui A, RECEPTION FOR GOULDING Toronto (Juh Goulei ng nmdteut Balking champion be given, a civic reception on his ,uiu fiora Stockholm on Thursda or Frida3 of week SATURDAY'S WIND-UP msy Expiatec (Continued .from front his d-a -OF- DISCOUNT SALE Women's Pumps and Oxfords 95 All Leathers, at he laid 'Wait for "the hus band, a'rid'sho't :bitfi as! b'S'-w-as enter ing the'mine at n-esnme nib work about 11 p.mii.-.nThe; body when discovered early -next -morning "-was found to contain four deadlv bullet and uia.de to ttfe polk-e fc W ll was feature of the crime was the tell-tale evidence produced toy the munferer himself. It was In the shape dffa wound on his little finger.-'show-nig the passago of bullet, identical; with" that foi M In the1" murdered only explanation accused man could for it was-that it ed through a fall broken .to substantiate this ho skil- fully inserted .two little .splints of wo.od taken from th'e walls 'of the cell "at in he was con- fined. These, tog'etherewith the ab- sence of the no- ticed when the wound.-was dressed a second time, and .formed a. formidable1 piece of evidence. accused's and Voiles and Mulls 'de, Values worth ,i5c Cotton Foulards Voiles In stripes and dainty Jacqilard effects, in a splen- did collection of best colorings; worth up to 45c. In stripes and dainty flora] 'designs, lovely range of dainty colorings ilp to 65 'cents. Final C'leai.iuoe Price C'k-aianct Pnuo 25c Fancy and Tailored Waists In some of the very best styles. of the season some with sailor collar and. deep cuffs of bine splendid values and good fitting; worth up to J1.75. J'uia! Cleaianco Pino New Corset Styles fu perfect" iitUng suited to''the majority of figures. White only, with two pair of supporters, front and sides. Regular values Anal CIe.ua me PIILC 95e. Any Hat in Stock Including some of the most attracts e of the season in usnalh sold at S1000 Jl'oO and up 10 S'O 00 Pmal Clcaiante PJJLB Summer Dt esses In mulls toiler silks etc even one new and right up to the present minutes bti les reg 00 Final C'lcaiancc Pun Fifty dozen Hose III cottons md plain colois emliioiclewl elTocts and lice ankles shown In n mil langc ot all the K mad colors up to jOc Ribbed Cottori Vests In splendid cm illhes line neatlv :lshed with, lace .und ribbon: short sleeves or sleeveless; worth'18 cents. Final CU'ai.iJico PJICG 2 loi 25c. Newest Neckwear in a daintj colleqtion of stocks intl Dutch col lirs Jabots boivsl etc eipn one seniceabla "liihable and beat Btjles Worth up in -iflc Final C'leauuiLo Puce Wide Taffeta Ribbon Suitable for bo four inches wide, Worth cents Fin, s sashes, hair, splendid qnallrj ribbons, etc., t all colqrs Piu e i 15c. Taffeta Silk Coats Shoun in bl only excellent iiunlit} soft rinish iaffeU splendidlj tailored tjiroughout and of excellent btjle Regular 00 values Jjnal C'ltaiauico Pnte Ladies' Thilored Suits In nai Copenhagen ,tnd grej in moisted nnd fine serges most.attnictlve lines-we have had. C'lp.uanrp Pi ice i of some of the Worth .1.28.00 We Make Alterations Free Guarantee the Fit SWELLING THE CITY REVENUES pocket -ror purchase of a revolver under a false name. The weapon has not been Pincher Creek Hall By-Law (Continued from Men's Oxfords All Leathers BIGGEST BARGAINS YET OFFERED YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THEM ALL LOW SHOES REDUCED W. J. Nelson Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING 620 3rd Ave. S. the local newspaper for-three'consec- utive insertions, iu question only 'appeared in the' local paper twice.--Also the isdme" act stip' uiated that ,the poll on such occa sions shall hi- open from trn olclock in Ahe forenoon, until, seven o'clock in the when .he vote was being -recorded- on this jylaw the polling place -wasTonly kept open from 10am to p m Various Other reasons'were aiso; cited us to uhj the in the opinion of tbe ipplnant should he quaslied irom the iegajit} of liv- it is generallj opined that no action would ever have been commenc- ed- against it had Mayor. Dobbie used a little tact'or a .--little' discretion when he cleaned council-chaijv her at the time the tenders were op- ened for the new municipal chamber at the time the tenders were opened for 'he new mumcipil hSiiUing f uu fven prrss representatives were ex- indignation at j the time, and Mr. .Scott promptly be gan the action above referred to. However, the next move must now be made by the council .ind there Is iidr.rahle conjecture as to tbe nature ol that move. A new lishtghlp will be placed at tho mouth of Fm'ser River by the Dominion 'government. Pnrkblll voters.'by a volo of MS to 10, decldcS to raise for i terworks system. AMBLERS HAVE PAID TO THE CITY TREASURER THTS WEEK When the city relieves the gambling ement 01 the utj of in [lajs within a vveolc ;t looks like poor pickings- for the manipu I liters o' the IVQIJ chips that' just exdcth the police fuui done here this week I ast night the Crows Pool emporium was in- vaded about teu o'clock, and a nice little hunch sitting in at an ordinary' game were taken jn tow. Hus- ton .leader of '.the ..organiza- tion. Whin he facet! the hLak this morn ing he was fined and costs. You may have said the cadi, "that a man came up here the other day who had boon up twice on the same offence. His fine was doub led This is getting to be a rather expensive business. It you will take tip vou will get some work to do, and quit gambling. Chas Bonnoll was the next viotim Bonnc.II it a half-jbrecd aild still wears the long braids of his forbears. Ask- ed if he was guilty to silting ii on the game he nodded bis head. "Ten dollars or ten was the short reply. The dialogue between the cmirt and -the native ivas short but produc- tive of for the city. H. J. Reed, the next victim, ponied up ten and costs. He sat into the game. Gamblers who make their appearance in the court fro ime on will get short shift. nd John I arc second offenders and instead of the ten dcil- ar-.finc they .doubled the antiv.com- ng across with twenty cold. Thos. Hudson paid .ten and, costs, while los Smith, John ind I Halibnita, who were looking on and learning, >ii4 and -costs .for their experience. total contrijwtion to- day was COMMITTED SUICIDE Prinw Mlerf Fulj >n D-He btn ton brotliei of I B Stutoli piOpne toi of the hotel heie himself dead this morning flit sltoothij, oi cuned in the Mounted I oilco Bar- racks whcio the late Mi Stnton went this morning: the police officer Has nbsent the of fleers large 4i calibre revolver from a cabinet. Death-Was instantaneous. The late Air Stolons, home was for meih at Aforden' Man, where his fi tbqi stall resides j WORK OF A FIEND Cnrmel Me Tulv .0 dlarov erj ot the of H yeai old Vaomt ntti Mitchell m a cornfi.ld in the ;northern .part of town, hor'throat 'CHU-from-ear to'ear, and muoh of her clothing torn away, brought lo light Iqdaj a mnrdei which the nuthpHties luiliei-e, to be the ijork. of -i madman Search is being made for i local fanm hand, who is said to be irre iponeible at times. The man was at one time an inmate of the in- sane -asylum. second this Most Men, Know Just as Much About Merchandise as Most Children Do About Astronomy BY. J, R. HAMILTON Formerly Advertising Manager of Wariaimnker'i Philadelphia Hog cholera has broken out In Stamford townghlp, Ont., and already 30 bogs have neatly nnd Sons' shipbuilding plant ni, Welland. Onl., has been sold to fi Cleveland firm for This is so true.that it no proofyfo bear "it out. The av- enge snoe has sixty two different parts an> of can be cheapened to make a puce ind none of vhlch can bp judged et cept bj thp highest expert In shoemaking The net age suit of j clothes a hundred fifty seven pins the average pair of trot 'ens nxty processes The fttbric when it is absolutely all wool thiough and thiongh can be made In many grades loui all silk socks can be made oiitxof pure earth groun fibre without you knowing It, man Is now trjlng to out of cheap glue i NOM the question is ff you aie starting out to something today where shall jou go9 The inswer is Jf you do not know tbp merchtn disc jou must knou' 'The waj to judge the id to Judge the man And. the, best, wa> to judge the mah is through his advertisihfl i _ The man who advertises is the man'who name tv what he claims. If he signs his name to a bogus chocks, he goes into jail; iffhe signs bis name lo bogus advertising he goes into bankruptcy. advertiser knows this find so is careful of what he says. When be he muit be honest if he hgpes to win 't- And this is ibe value of the Advertising pages in thin paper. no the bavp sh.tij-d theft1 mmeaj These aie men who guarantee what they sell. H :hH> hccur nearly throo-quarefers of a century; ago since tirst great merchant, Alexander T. Stewart, trusted his -commer- cial ship on the advertising sea And singularly enough Ihls great man way flags of distress when he advertised. Mo put out a little dodger through the streets of New York; tolling the people frankly he had bought, too much and would sell it cheap. And they came to his store and saved his commercial life. Any mini Is careless who doesn'l turn to the advcrtiiing newt for whatever hn is going to buy, because the merchanta are always the.onta who advertise. They are the men who stand back of what they do and say. They arc the guarantee faith IB the business world.