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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiiuday, March 1,1913 THE LETHBItlDGE DAILY HEHAL15 Page 5 HERE IS GOOD AOVjGE^TO TAKE It will help those who have Kidney and Bladdtfr Trouble. There are other "old enemle�" itnilar to the pile ;inentioned In this, tentimonial. Kidney and Bladder Troubles arc always enemies to good health. As soon you start to take GIN 'PlhtS the�b ailments begin to disappear. It  is the same in cases of lyiimbago, Sciatica and like complaints. This letter illustrates the benefit of GIN PlhlS. Winnipeg, Jan. 6th. "I have been a sufferer front Lumbago forsomeyears pnst and duringGhriatmijs week'had ri' very acute attack which confined me to ,the-:hotiae.� About'the latter part of April, I piet your Mr. Hill and mentioned my complaint to,him. He advised me to takcCflN PILI^. I have been taking theni at intervals during the early part of the present vinter, and up to date have had no return of my old trouble-in fact, I feel better- than I have for years and think that my old enemy has vjinisbed forgo'dr;roj;her,:into3;lc5nts;-i';Can> be given'in vthe.'.-h,ome.:,>Jp .-sanitarium';gex-pens?. No -Io'sb'TjI 'time' from work. Can be given .secretly. Xt, after a: trial you fail ,to"getj any '^b^neflt' from Its use your �'money will be i'efunded. ORRINE; ISispi'sparedV'ln twoift^rms;: No.' 1, seorot ^treatment',  a pow-der; i ORRINE No-:2.1n pill form,-for thoge; who desire ,to take voluntary treatment. .Costs only $1.00 a box. Come in and talk, ov^er the matter with us. Ask for booklet. ,Red Gross; Di-ug Store, :Jjtd,v;AQadla block, Lethbrldge. , . .'' ^ , -^UN,RESERVED- AUCTION SALE -OF- HORSES '�' -ofi--. � TUESDAY, MARCH 1 Ith At One O'clock 8li?irp, at Galvln'j Sale Barn, Lethbrldge, ,, , 40 I-I^ad of mares and geldings, all broken;'from 125a to 1600. pounds; ages from four to nine years. " v ' ^ Two saddle ponies, well broken. > ' Seven mares and geldings, two and three yftai'B,old;.>unbrDken, " , ,TEpMsVcA8H ON, DAY OFSALE. ] . [ oniO-ALBERTA FARMlN(^ COMPANY D $5000 ON FIRE 0[PAR T Miami Farm Company Paid $2 Bushel For Their New Seed New Dayton, Feb. 28,-Mr John Cress left on Monday for Dayton and other points in Ohio, on a short business and recreative trip. Mr. Cress has been ill .with rheumatism for some weeks, but is quite well again and hopes to regain his strength by the time he returns. Mr. Haring, ot the Stirling Meat Co,,' was in town .on Thursday, and ne-: gotiated for the rent of the New Dayton market. He expects to be open for business by Tuesday, March, 4th. li. P. Atkins shipped a car ot wheat to Hyde & Saunders on Wednesday. :Mr. L. A. Felger ot Lethbrldge came down this morning, and sold his re cently hauled wheat to the Alberta Paclflc, There arrived this morning a car-' load ot Marquis wheat from the Angus' 'McICay Seed Co., of Indian Head. .This wheat is for the iMiami Farming Co., and � will be sown this spring. Mr. McDonald, manager of the Maiml told your correspondent that he expected to seed about one thousand acres with Marquis and Is looking forward to great results. Mr...Mc-, Donald believes in first class seed and is . willing to pay for it. This ship-, ment cost the company %'i a bushel, but they expect to make it pay. The main trouble with the average farm-' er Is that he -does not use good seed; and Mr. McDonald has demonstrated beyond the shadow of a doubt, that good seed pays, for he never falls to raise a bumper crop, and he farms on a-large scale, using the same^care-. ful Judgment in every operation. The Miami farm might well be used as a demonstration to its neighbors, that no matter what the season, a crop can be raised If first class registered seed be sown in a well prepared seed bed. � Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mahoo^ arrived" this morning from Cando, N.D., where they have been since November. Registered at the New Dayton" hotel are: .T. A. EUlnghansen, Lethbrldge, H..M. Hoffman, Conrad, Mont., J. R. Keenan, Calgary; C. Coburn, Calgary, and C J. Keim, Lethbrldge. Miss N. D. Bone leaves tonight for Calgary, where she will spend a few days visiting with friends there.: Jud Foley left on Friday for Leth.-brldge for a few days. The Alberta Pacific house here.has been closed until spring. Foley will; be'at Milk River, after Monday, forj an indefinite period. .He has eeyeptl -hoxlng matches arranged, an account of which appears on the spiortlngt page of this Issue. . i ^. COMMITTEE REPORT ADOPTED BY COUNCIL INCLUDES A SQUAP iVIOTOR CAR At the regular meeting ot the city council last night the fire committee tabled the following report: "We, your fire committee, bog to recommend; 1, "The purchase of a motor squad car for the chief. 2, "The addition of two men to the fire department force. 3, "The Installation of hydrants, in Staffordvlile as soon as possible, plac-Ing hydrants as close together as practicable, thus economizing on the additional amount of hose necessary to be purchased. "The purchase of 1000 feet ot 2% inch fire hose. 5. "Placing the Arc alarm system up-to-date, at an approximate cost ot $500, and the purchase of minor equip ment such aa life net, heavy stream holder, Siamese couplings and waterproof covers as recommended In the fire chief's annual report, at an ap-nroxlmatc cost of $300. 6. "The consideration of charges of street lighting at present madeagainst the fire department. 7. "In connection with the proposed lerection of a central fire station, your committee would recommend that this work be not done during the present year, as with the addition ot new motor equipment at present installed, and the squad motor car, improvements to fire alarm system, additional hose and hydrants recommended in this report, the fire chief feels that his department will be sufficiently well equipped for present requirement. 8. "That No. 2 fire station remain for the present on the location to which the G. P. R. have undertaken to move it. (Signed) "A. -WILLIAMSON. Chairman." The new apparatus set forth in the reiJort will, cost approximately $5000, the cost of the motor being about $3n00 and ot the hose $1100 or thereabouts. The report was adopted with the exception ot clause 6. In the (llacussion of clause S, it was brougiit out that the electrical repartraent is charged with $10,000, maintenance ot street lights. Aid. Williamson suggested that the cost ot mnintenancc of street lights be divided between the street department, the fire department and the police department. s CASE TO BE P London, iVfarch 1. - Mr.'?. George Cornwallis West, has h&d her petition for restitution oi conjugal rights againgt hor husband set ion hcariug on Monday. Application was made in private chambers before the divorce judge today for tlic case to be expedited in Mrs. Cornwallis West's behalf. The judge accepted the reasons olTered for accelerating the hearing NAlBSONlmE steamship and Railway Tloketa FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this side and forwarded to your family or friends. Our way of handling this business is impossible to beat. Your passengers will receive full instructions. We adf vise you when they will reach their destinations. RATES THE VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE i SAILINGS EVERY WEEK For full information see steam- , ship and railway agents. Or write- H. E. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent 445 Main Street Winnipeg, Man. and instructed th,at the action bo placed first on the hat next week. The case is now entered in the of&-rial books as West J. vs. West G. F. M. O. The suit is classed as an, undefended action, and the procedure on Monday will be somewhat sensa-i tional. :�:��[".[, FRENCH miALISTSi; E6IG WHEN PLAY WRITTEN BY AMER-^ ICAN WAS PRESENTED [ ' KNOCKING REPUBLI- ,^ ^ ^ CAN GOVERNMENT ' s Paris, March 1,-French; imperial-' ists made a deuioni^tration at th(5; Theatre Motier last night at the pro-v5 ducj^ion of a Niapoletic_ play "Uiie Aventuro De Capitaino Lebrun",-�^vritteIi-by an Amerioan woman. The: author of the play was formerly Miss^' Bellett, of Virginia, and until last year was the^vife ol Robert _Sher-�j xard, a nephew of the poet, Wordsworth, She ni)W retains the name ot-i her first husband, writing as Irine Osgood. ' \ The play tomglrt was Interrupted by loud ohouts of ''Vive L' Erap'cr-' eur", ant between the^acts phbio-graphs of Prince Victor Napoleon^ a pretender to the throne of 'FraTice,' were distributed-: an^ong. the saudlenoe.-: That an American woman should;,thus; advance the cause ot an imperiali'sfeo. candidate created... much- surprise among tlio.republicans. The work! isj wealdy: constructed, and its. impepial-'! istio programe is somewhat, marred; by the English victory of Waterloo,, and by a quartette singing '.'God-Save the Xing," which found pronounced-disfavor ifi the audience. , SUING FOR LIBEL , ,tn!sn\orial , gM,vic|.' .for' Cajjtaln .Soottf and % >aH i^jkng-' gested 'that � a 'kbnutnent'- bo "prepted^ ln'tJiw.jtown. X l.i:""'" 1^ YOUR EASTER SUIT roue mmDCBD iWEMS-i ,WHlCHl TO. .'STYLE \zvrtm tn sum', itvim ��^ iJRAISSD 9Sit �------- mm' Now Is The Time, Let ; � - � � Us Look After You flWe have such a wide range in all the different weaves and shades that you are bound to find something to your liking. Think of it, a Suit or Overcoat made to your order for Twenty Dollars. You wonder how we can do it. The answer, because we do a direct business from mill to man, no middleman's profits. They are are all saved you, and then there is the to volume of business that we do I i A Suit or Overcoat Made - to - Order 7m Don't Delay We want your order TODAY so thai we can give f you Better service \ ft Ail ^^srm Ordering You Easter Suit Now, gives us a spleindid cKatice to have them here on time, and give them special attentlQl mm^-^ LESS '�>5;ta� "eomontok - '�a.fs'AgKA'l OOM REdlNA ' f A � -MA mm "M7v7777 ;