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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta (unlay, June 21.1913 THE UiTHIJRIDGE DAILY IIKRAL1) The Ust uulyiis the of V V Vittuccl Virgin Map ot Italy o Olive 0 on !or dally use in the kllclien, lor mayonuiisc, as a syttsm builder and for everything else for oliio oil IB Indicated." the rerdlct of thousands ot eallsfled housewives In tho Northwest EuMo you in the selection of V.V.O.O. tor dally SEE THAT the NAME JOHN VlTTUCCl IS ON EVERY PACKAGE John Vittucci Co. Largest Distributors of Pure Olive Oil on the Pacific Coatt SEATTLE, WASH. VANCOUVER, B. 0. .._ LocaLJobbera: Campbell, Wilson and LEAVITT LINES! Edmonton, June" and Countess Tramp have just arrived ia Alberta from Denmark, They ace tiicd ol the formalities oi BOC'ely in the old country afcd to live a free hie in a country the> can mate themselves useful members ot society and engage in a proutablfi oc- cupation without lostnf, the respect cl those among whom they live. They declare tbat it was impossible to do this in Denmark. Count-and Coun- tess Tramp Lave bought -a ready, pjadc1 farm from the C.p.H- In order to avoid meeting wealthy.'people abi! so. that they might get to know the class ol Canadian immigrant, the Count and Countess travelled colon 1st class from Montreal to their des tination in Alberta. ORE SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE BROUGHT OUT- AT 3HER- BROOKE OUTPACE IN- QUEST Sberbrooke, -Tune eudctice this morning brought- new light on a deep laid plot against tbe life ot Alphonse Bilodeau, whose Vvife bjown to pieces by an internal machine which sent through the mails, from the evidence submitted this morning were two pills' in separate bores which were recelv ed at tbe Bilodeau home three weeks before the parcel which brought the explosive was received the boxes were explosive. As in the case vhen the addressed to Mr. Bilodeau, but v opened hr his each con tain-d pills with instructions writter in typewriter to tjten before re- tiring. Mrs. Bilodeau this from her husband and asljed her sixteen year-old daughter not to say any thing to her husband about it. f h girl has been summoned to apppa trrfore tlio coroner at tonight's tiuest- That someone living 'in Sher broofcft is responsible for criict i the belie! of the authorities who ar investigating. 'f THE -fe WINNIPEG AUGUST 9th to 16th Inclusive LOQK'! Oft nnn AS CASH tpjfaiVfVrvlvl PRIZES The krgwt ew offwed for an? similar evwt. ft I? A I Cowboys, Cowgirls, K m A I Vaqueros, Indians and ItJUllIS ing Range Riders. etc, f FROM- Old Mexico, New Wyoming, homa, M6ntana Western tely the Most Thrilling and Exciting Brent in the of the American Contfast, Dome and See, ten tM tim writ. GUY WEADICK, Eomm Block -445 Main M. WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. 'o Surprise at Action of the Indians Likely Diu4o Influence Canada Will Pay That Owing to imposing Tarifi on American Grain Wasbf D g D.C June The Tho farmers of LeaUU, to man, signed applications (or ie opening oi the iHood resene to ho smalt grazers and mixed farmers, n tha lute-rests of providing summer aelure to those most in need of It. 'heir united poilllcn received eBterday at the office ol the ASBO- iate Boards o! Trade, and was roraptly I'oruarded to the dtyartiaenl f Indian at Ottawa. Tho ue- tfon tears the signatures of a group I small farmers, and included there- n are SorenBon, Frank Lea- itt, j. M, Cooinbs, A. M. Specce. Et- as Pilling-, W. H. Coombs. J. H. Stutz, Cpri. Harlem, J. E. Bedford, Alfred LcavIU. Smitli. S. L. Baker. iara Glean, T. J. Wilson, Thomas R. VTllHam Leav.lt and iufnton. A letter received by the secretary f the Associate Boards ol Trade erday irom Acting Minister of the nierJor Thomas J. Crolhers convey- d the information tbat'Dr. Heche, he minister, would probably return o bis office during the next two weeks, and that he would undoubtedly i upon the claims of the farmera at once Tho report that the Indians had lelil a three-days' meeting, and Voted igalust the proposition of pcrnitUng .ho email fanners to enjoy tho'graz- pg prUileges, was nol unexpected to hose who have been advocating thia measure, because it has hecn frequtnt- y reported that the present lessees .ad been using every f In "their power to endeavor to ohlain a ccn> sent from the for a renewal of the lease, and that they had fceea sending missionaries into the reserve o tell the tribesmen that unless tt'c> voted for the big meat interests en oyiDg tho privilege exclusively, their lands would ue taken from them, and cut up into small iracls and the) vould gel nothing for tbcm. They were rcporUd to have been, mak- ing'lhe representation that the pro- posed apportioning of the grazing ands into small tracts wouU ricccsEl- fencing, and that ivhen once feac: ed, the lands would be confiscated and would never revert lack to Ihe Indians, Different Methods principal changes made by ihe Senate Finance coiom'ttec in the tatea of the fcouBe tariff bill, and prestDieu to the Democratic Senate caucus: Added to free list AHsarln, eingte jute >arns, school booVe, icuie ctesote oil, anthracene and anthracene oil, glaziers1 and engravers' diamonds not cut, diirconds and inoad crude artificial abrifelvese, flat, hemp, flat and liemp toe, arubre- gum valued at not fifty ctuls a pound, indigo colors, pig pilntiusr. of a "professicnal character." ten cotils per bushel la the Cndtrttocd bill, was added to thu free ist, but tbo Secaie committee re- tained a for duly of ten centa a bushel on ceuU a barM oa and 10 j ad on other wheat pro- ducts when imported from a that imposes duly on American or wheat A retaliatory duty-of ten per cent. upon potash imported from icunUlcs a duly agatna'i tho United THE LIFE OF A MARTYR Was In Agony For Years And Nothing Gave Him Relief Until He Used The Famous Medicine Made From Fruit, Ee and iron in slab blooms, loops st olher forms lets finished than iron ars, except leather, incliid- ng patent leather for shoes, harness and saddle leather, ashpbaltum, lime- stone aephaltum, needles for shoe machines, photographic films and moving- picture films, cyanide cf steel ingoU, etc.. r.ot contain- ing alloy, etttle, Bheep. and all other domestic and live antmals suitable for human foodi wool of the angora goat. States was also Potatoes were unreservedly on tfce free list ia the Underwood till. Other principal changes were as fol- lows, Ihe new'yenate Talo being slat- ed first in each instance: Agricultural six tents a bushel, house 110 cents oat- and rolled oats, 3i cents per 100 tvsr.de, and oat S JKT 100; house free Chetse, cents per pound, house 20 per cent. Beets, 5 jier cent, bulier and butter substitutes cents per pound, house 3 cents, house 10 per cent. Kggs, frozen or otherwise prepared, 2 cents a pound; house 2JX; cents.' Frozen or liquid egg albumen, ope cent per pound; house, free list. Peas, green o? dried, 10 a bushel; house, 20 cents. All other seeds 5 cents per pound; house, 10 per cent, ad valofem. approval of the steps being taken by and others to secure a lease of the Blood reserve fcr Tanners and H Is sure a step In :he right direction, and we wish to anything we can do to atd the cause be done ultb. pleas- ure. We arpljing for a ICIEO oT nine sections, and thank you for forwarding the tame to the prop- er .authorities." Medicine Hat.and ilagrath Boards ol Trade ;baye. passed unanimously long resolutiong prajirig ifce govern- ment Iq-heed the requests of the far- mers internets the prosper- ity of the whole southern portion ot Alberta, and the commercial interests bf'tbelr respective districts as well ns others, these-have been sent to the department ol the interior at Ot- tawa for consideration. The advocates ot tbo imall have not, bad any agenta on the re- serve, and have discountenanced thli method of campaigning, and they tre endeavoring to show to the govern- ment" the actual necessity for the-, use of these lands for summer tbev mixed farmers IB the Agricultural prosperlLy. It li general- ly believed by> the farmers v raiding near the reserve, who are "frequently" In close communicatioD'Trith wme ot the .leading Indians of the' tribe that tUe sentiment of the moet advariced'pt them 1s fatorab'ie to the small farmer end decidedly agalnst-tbe big raoat in lerests having a of their lease. That thfl Indians were three days in conferences, as reported, Indicate that their Interest U kten, and thit they are closely divided on tho issue, and should the goteruraent make representations to them that It would.be for their-btst interests to permit of the small farmers the privileges asfced it was quite' !r there would be a decided change in sentiment amonsf them, There wero applications- totalling acres received at the office of the Associate Hoards of yes- terday afternoon and this" morning, which been forwarded to Min- ister Rcctie for his consideration. Tbia number brings the total to above acrea asked for, or more, than two and a half times what would pro- bibly be leased for grazing should tbe government faror' the, claims of the stroll farmers. Some o cations were accompanied, by letters the writer's" pit fcrence to location, and others contained 'com. pltmentary references to ihe work that has done by Secretary Icy'In behalf of the farmers, and'sug- gcstions as to methods to be pursued Ibe tracts leased havo to be fenced. Iforace of Spring Coulee, vrole applying for one section, and saying: "I would ralner the re- serve teased to farmers and fenced. by districts, ?ay StEgrath, Spring Cou- 'Kaley, Cantatori. etc., each dis- trict keeping A rider on their, leaso !oo% the stock and fences, charging the owners' of the. elock so much Lead for pasturage. Ye- gard H of greal importaneo to dja trlct that obtain the lease on some terms or other." R. J. of Cardston, "The Ifusing of thcso to farmers vho. need summer pasture would greatly assist In our mixed far ming operaUons, BS It fsould pive us the ve need so hadly, you win." D, H, and H. C. Caldvell. of: Card- StoD, wroto; wish to CTptcw our San" Francisco, Jur.c A blow that Ihc ctw Austral- ian meat industry has come from the department ot agriculture at Yfasli ington ;lu" ihe order requires that every piece ol inrat in cargoes from Australia must bj the local1 inspectors. leen a few "Heretofore shipments judjed the inspection of pieces' selected at random. The order means, it is stated, tbat the work ef a formerly a inat- Wr-ot abuut hours, take" from thcce .to five days at (hat, 'the cost oC handling also Trill be afiected. 500 tons of frozen Australian uec? and mutton hate teen laiided here recently aatf sold by re tatters at from one to three cents a pound below ,tJie price of native beef. HOW MRS, BROWN ALBERTA SEEMS TO BE GETTING FAIRLY GENEROUS OF THEM SHARE Edmonton, June While It n ipoBEible to accurately measure the number ot people who are to Alborta every week, there Is no ot a let up In the stream of Immi- grant 6. to. the, .foothills province.' A large party' ot farmers Boob TS from Mlnr.esota in charge of R. J. Dalev, 'Alberta's publicity commission- er in Winnipeg, arrived here and svill take .up land in oriler to start mixed farming on a good basis. AH tbe nojvcotners are well eciuippet! Tiitb capital and they came. hero alrectly on the report Montgomery, a prominent 'farmer arid capitalist of Minnesota, L'dmonlon re- cently fof'the purpoV.e of investigating conditions. Ther .n'ho have lust ar- .v'ed .state ;that they "-anticipate a! least 4QD -houre; seeke.rs will come to Albertk as tna result of Mr. Mont- gomery's said Jlr. Hotcbkiss, a. pretty good barome- ter for testing of the itnmi- trotl'on to Alberta, being the central point through ;p peopls pass from the east and the Ola Country, as well 23 from Uia. United Slates, and there vras no'time {n'.the history of the office ivncn jt registered a greater move- ment of settlers loward Alberta." During Change of Lif i Lydia E. Pinkham't Vege- table Compound Made Her a Well Woman. lols, tha Cl of Life I was sick.for iw couW not, POSSIBILI- TIES IJARIFF BY 5 FIVE MjuilioNs members of. the senate committee who haVc.completed Iheir revision of the TariR biji reductions in Unw Schedule and addiliona w in the'free declare that the total of thflf, will increase ths estimated derived from the blip as: it passed the house by more milHon dollars. The.'bulk "eft this increass has been from the free list '.and making them dutiable hat absolu cly ot hranilies used Jin" fottifying wnea (roai.fhs full (n- ternaV reXenuc ;tjx of 11.10 a gallon. These'- two changes, 'the commutes bring an annual ter- Compound and I purchased i bottle, it was gone the Wonting J eft mo I was not fO I continued i'.g it until I had taken twelve bottles. Now I am stronger ttian I years and can do fill my worfc, even the Your medicine ia its weight In gold. I cannot praise it enough. H more, women would taVd lour medicine there would- be mora ncaJthy women. You may use- this let- ter for the good of D. II, SHOWN, 800 Ji. Walnut St, of Life is one of Oie critical periods of n, woman's exlitencc. Wom'tn, evirj-whcro should remember that there is no "other remedy knovn to lo successfully carry women through this trying period Ptakham's .Vegetable Compound.' VMS. ttitrr will rii till a Mi Mi U tlrict ALFRED FERRIS. ESQ. FEXETAXGIUSHE'NE, ONT., "I want to inform you of wh'at jour remedy "FruU-a-tivci" did for inc. "For jcars> I wia a Dyspepsia and ComlEpatwo, of.tn htvinj to frora the pains ot InfligiatioiJ. .IVjctora tteated wt me that I tiled every lief. i to absent from a T acd he aaJd to me te They Tvould cure me. Hehadcurol himstlf, I iiiimcdiitcly procnrtda 500 box and contmacd rtwoyetn. r 'XfA01 IJUIJ, Don'fsuffcr any longer. To-day-rright jet "Fnrit-4-tirei" u yo-jtself. "Fruit-a-tiyes" tiie a trengthtfi the s ALFKED PBHRJS. npe -a-tiy muscles, increase Use quantity of digesUve reguUle Kidneys an eud make the digestion ks sound asia bell. irill positively every case of Dyspepsia, TmKgeition. Sour Stomach, Belching Gaj.' reeling after eating, and all disorders of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels: joe. A boi, 6 for Jj.sp, Iriil At all dealers or st ct on receipt of prict by Fruit-a-uvcs a. Would Give; the Settlers a Chance Kdmonton, June 20. In a-reply to a deputation Irora wholesale gro- cery firras asking for alterations fo Ihe exemption' law of Alberta in, or- der to make il possible" for creditors to' sicie stock of land for debts and also In regard to tbe pyaishnient ol delitois by Imprisonment, ihe' C. Cross, stated tliat the Alberta govprumcpt wcrt strongly in Uvoi" of ciemplions, which ihev thought were necessary in a new country Tl.e farraer shonld not be deprived ol _rueens of making his living he fell behind in inabing his 'mtuts. He'also stated Ibat he had been instrumental in introducing; statute abolishing imprisonment. lor. debt and the government had. lentiou-of replacing il tulcs. enue of about Senator Kern, the majority, leader, sent out today a call for ail Dtino- cratic senators attend tb'e party cvocus tomorrow v.btn there vrill bt-" gin final consideration'of tariFi it is reporled senate lor .Tbe ma- jority pi the finance cqmmiltete. con- tinued "T-ork "todaV W'the adminis- Ualive section ol the hill. 2n cf- (ort will be made to have those fea- tures conform to tariff to foster 'competition.? Some oJT'tbe provisions ol the woo'd bill vill be y Planning to Build? Plan to Pauit WITH MAPLE LEAF PAINT To give just a's careful attention- to the selec- tion of your, paint'.and' varnish, as your flooring 'arid other structural ma- terials. Well painted and varnished keep' their appearance bttter'and resist wear longer than those .6nished with poor'materials. For this mistake'is made when you inVsl upon your architect sped lying MAPLE PAINTS and VARNJSHJES Mail this to (or Yumi [ill tho pfeuare U plinnlng yew eoa." tkit in nukiof detail meet mrf requirtuKnt. You aUo i------ to impreM friend and oest du utk of your owe, real wtf.- appearance ii eacential to thae m iod tknundc vtfl flnbbed and 1 rxeservrf woodwork aad iwBi.- then baie paints aa TmrnMrw wkidh wil pot only beautify, tat'protect aid gn? faiau (or flolHJxm wind tad vcatlMC. painti ud wOl miat These obtained wd tiijiiiTi -ith MAPLE LEAF fAOOi ANb, VARNISHES, i. NC MAN HiNd the-fifat Chlnere [.rcacher (o. be or- by Ihe Prcftbyterlan Cliurcti Ui TUB ALBERTA.-., ;