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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Marfeli j THE DAILY HERALD Page 3 WAS A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC tow Finds JU Pleasure to Enjoy Meals is a cue which seemed u bud and aa yours can possibly Ttoa tetbe experience of Mrl 384 Bafhont in bis own 1 tauch pleasure In mentioning to you the benefits received from your NaDrtiCo Dyspepsia Tablet and can cheerfully recommend I simply had confirmed dyspepsia with all its wretched ana tried about all the advertised cures with no You have in NaDruCo Dyspepsia Tablets the best curative agent I could It is now such a pleasure to enjoy with their consequent nourish ment that I jrant to mention this for the benefit of The a or socalled cures havfrfailed to nelp you is no sign that you have got to go on Try NsDtuCo Dyspepsia Tablets and see how quickly this sterling remedy will give you relief and start your stomach working If it doesnt help gdt yofir money joe a bor atyoor Compounded by the National Drug and Chemical of 141 THE PEOPLES FORUM FAVORS PAYING ALDERMEN Editor Herald allow me space in your valuable paper to include a few worJb concerning the councilmamc salary v The city tot Lethbridge advanced more ps was more prosper provided moie work for itb citi more business for the busiriess the estate and banks more beautified for the OF TRADE MDISTI n j Annual Meeting One of Exceptional Interest New Fin ished Daring Thief Gets a Year Want a Land Titles Offifce March annual generalmeeting 6f theCran df Tfade was field the city hall on Friday in the The following officers were Delected for the current year F Gurd Darling Halsall j executive pom T Mc Maefariarie and WvHalsall In an address in his capacity of re tiring Gurd gavei a resume of the past years The pamphlets issued the Board had all been cept through the various Agencies of the R both in Canadaf and fflr so in Provincial1 government de frayed all the expenses incurred by Judge Ryan on his to Chicago with the mineral exhibit winch had arranged tor exhibition at the Lethbridgo DryFarming Preliminary steps were taken urge upon the the estab1 Ijshment of a office in and a cQmnifttei OConnell and of a piece of suitable land of about icres will be little payed and lighted Leash was appointed to act anore erected more public j committees of thC other entertained more privateand completed more public departments and public utlU increased as a municipality in the one year of 1912 than in all theicst of ths years combined since Lethbndge a iiitohihg i During 1912 tfie fame of Lethbridge spread from Halifax to Hail paid our mayor per and each councilman a would cheerfully admit that these men had every cent of their But we paid our mayor a stingy Such tight wads were we thatwe required our councilmanto accomplish all this ptrenuous work of pubhc improvement without a cent of In other we charity flora these If we accept charity we should jbe the lasfc to look a gift horse in the We should never ride a free horse to In my humble opinion man the position of of his And for would permit no man to give Me his york for interestand of my fellow a just and equable believe it is the duty of the city of Lethbridge to all of its working no matter ther they work in the streets or flhe council I hold that it is rightfor all people under all cir cumstahces to pay for their employ ed labor a within right and reason as a last if we counofinren working for us for noth toiling1 to the best oftheir i without one cent of the ileiBSt can do is to re frain criticism of their work is given us in MARK The new proprietors iy renovate the and in ev ery respect make it a desirable and convenient theatre for the production of high class touring The late Wm is leaving Cianbrook and will take a rest before embarking in any resh He has made friends in Cranbrook by his court eous manner and his endeavors to provide the best class of entertain ment during his occupancy of the au and his liberality m allow ing the use of the building for1 char itable and benefit purposes has been very highly The Mock Trial organized by the Ladles of the English church late last resulted m a prize of being awarded them by the pro prietors of Everybodys Thirty prizes in all were awarded in the Christ Church ladies securing third The new post office at the corner of Baker street and Nabury avenue will be opened for business on Monday March It is imposing building of brick and stone and equip ped with all the latest improvements for the benefit ot the public and the TICKET THE Charg led with thfe jtheft tho pro Justice bf Mounted re f and Ouay was brought to the city late yesterday afternoon 4 trie Jftcltfwi irp Mounted bairaokg t It is cused will have to remain prison until the tjpte of Shearing next ac or be allowed if it found to procure the neceBsaryse which are already appointed in refer ence to providing a suitable for meetings and stated that the Provincial government had promised to contribute 75 per of the cost of the A discussion arose On from t of hav ing question of govr ernment loans to farmers anda mo tion left tlie mat tec in the hands of the executiveto bedealt The question Dominiop Ex perimental was promised to the distfiat time dealt with and pressure will bebrought to tin minister of and 40 acres Many complaints have been receiv ed in to the mail service be pranbjgokand and secretary com municate with the postmastergeneral urging the better ser The Board decided to meet month ly in future except in July and interestingtopics ot dis cussion will be advertised previous to each monthly Real Estate Deal The auditorium changed hands the building andfit tings taken oVer by Baldwin of the Morris Theatre Pantages Vaudeville FfVE BIG ACTS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Matinee at LA GRACIOSA Spectacular Novelty Visions In Fairyland ASSISTED BY JACK CHIPPIN BILLY ELLIOTT AND GRIM H A B Shades of Cork RIZAL ATIMA Equilibrists MFU GILL The the Servant and the Mao ONE REEL OF ANIMATED PICTURES PRICES 75c SHOWS First Bijou Theatre TODAY AND TUESDAY PAT HES WEEKLY Showing Important Events taken all OVOP the SO YET SO FAR A Comedy Drama HEREDITY One of those rare Indian Dramas HIS THE VALET A Laughable Comedy Prelz Bijou FivePiece Orchestra Always In Attendance Wednesday and Thurs March 5th and 6th The Peoples Favorite Comedian JOHN BUNNY Now Comes the BIGGEST FEATURE ever SHOWN ANYWHERE i Today and Tomcrrpw THE STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION THAT HAS USUAL PRICES OF THE STOLEN PURSE A THE JEALOUS WAITER A Real Fun Maker It The customs officials are located in the same building with separate en trance on Nabury and took possession oE their uew quarters a week The file brigade were called out at Was the Liberals Who Gave the Park to Medi cine Hat 10 p on Tuesday at the residence of to an outbreak Neil on Wattsburg caused by the upsetting and explosion ot a lamp in the Although the scene of the itfe is a mile and a half from the fire the brigade arrived in to confine the to the room in which it the danv agewas Judge Thompson had before him on Thursday a man named Albert Wynn committed by the Kimberly magis trates forji daring robbery at the Kimberly hotel early in The evidence taken mag istrates showed that during the tem porary absence of the Harry the prisoner a on the safe and got away Twith Isome in bills and He Ws seen the Warry Drew at otfcb started in pursuit and ran his earth under a small bridge scone dis tance the thief was to have a gun Drew pluckily jumped dowa and secured the cash and cheques being cm Before the Wynn pleaded guilty and received sentence ome in Nelson MALCOLM McKENZlE WILL LIKELY INTRODUCE ESTI MATES FOR YEAR leg Edmonio n itlarch isV islature commencing Tuesday t is probable that the annual will be by treasur er Malcolm of motion that the house resolve itself intocdramittee whob on Jsvip ply to fbe granted to has jboen standing on the order paper dur few days awaiting Cpm the the understood ib Laat year budgel was under OLbTME HERO IS AQAINCHBERi ED BY THE MEXICAN POPULACE increase bef shown bV various v has been of Jecelpts last J Public City of March Felix Diaz was accorded a great qva tionthis afternoonat the bull the first performance of dors since before the bombardment 6t the j Ten thousand spectators cheered lustily Diaz entered a box in the attended only by his cKief of staff and a few friendsi At eral General General stood nt the national palace the parade organiied by Felix Diaz olubj in hofaor of the who1 were most closely identified thousand persons of would otherwise have house have been delayed by illness of the provincial Several bills will come up fcjr respeoti 4 re ing smll terand other bills Discussion on Aotvdli sev eral of its clauses have so far been cqnsider jed th most contentious ones f paraded through Thousands lined streets surrounding the the seemsa is luSionment tRfigine Leader Despatch March A little game to give the Borden government credit which does n6t belong to it In Medi cine has been spoiled by the ac tion of Liberal mem ber for Medicine in moving for the production of the papers Klating to the transfer of the police point re city1 of Medicine Skipping ov6r a few chapters in the one finds that several weeks ago members of the Medicine Hat city and had inter viewswith someofitfie Af ter the delegation returned It was proclaimedjby Medicine Hat Conservatives that Alfenks to the great interest which Robert Rogers had in the progress of Medicine atid his unceasing desire to further the for advancement 3f Park which the was to Great was Hft had done for Medicine Sat what the Lib erals had not so said the Con as they thought of the votes such a tale might for them in subsequent Unfortunate lyjor there alreVarUer chapters which spoil t The first MedicineyHat In wasfnbit granted be cause the Mounted police who used the reserve for claim ed that the was necessary to In the city again made application that the Mount Police no longer the pro perty and an order incouncil was passed toy the late gov ernment and approved by the Gover nor granting the citys appli i What happened was that whea the present government the Militia Department1 raised objection t yie of the though an orderin council had been passed by the Lib eral granting the citys appli for the transfer 1 ill was evidently their through by a belated ln the citys de has come fromJthe Borden gov I The situation thuft that the Lib erals have actually gfanted the appli cation but the transferwas not by the by theprea ent tOjJwhloh Medicine Hat Conservatives trying to giye credit1 for meeting the desires of the t WINNIPEG CUSTOMS RECEIPTS re ceiptsfor February 1913 to as compared with for the same last an HEtPIISS CRIPPLE FROM RHEUMATISM Governor Sulzer Relates an Interesting Story of How He Aided the Young Man to Select His Future Field of Endeavor Astor Is go Ing to take lip scientific farming as a field ot endeavor in which render service to hisfellow This became known through Governor Sul who announced the appointment of Astor as one of the delegates to represent New York at the meeting of the General Assembly of the Inter national Institute of to be held in in Governor Sulzer has told no story more interesting the one he re lated today of Aator decided to take up He came to Albany Tuesday and the decis ion was agreed upon at that He spent the night at the Peoples saidthe and we talked over many He wanted to get my views and advice as to how he could be a useful man in the pro gress of the He is one of the wealthiest young on and has only reached his I told him he was living in a house one that he was looking out of that every and biBhyiewd weret consequently limited aid I1 said hareconje4norme for advice and my and I am going to put nine new windows in your You can look out of each of these windowsvwlth me and get a greater perspective Afteryou haV looked out of all the select the view you like best and the field wherein you think you can be thetmOst useful and then go to work and do something for your fellow Nobody ian do more than you can to make the world bet ter and he time looking out of these and the didnt to tak0 much interest in any them went to the agri cultural and the moment he looked out of that he That is my That is what L would like to I haveone of the finest farms in the state of New down along the Hudson of more than slxv thousand My father never did anything with I am going to make that farm an experimental farm along scientific and everything I there will told the people of the state of New York and the people of the so that they will so that they can have the information so they can have the I will have soils tested and out what they find out what they are best adapted growing and so forth and so He said he would and it is a splendid He is to behighly t heartily Astor Is a intelligent young He means well and means to do real He has good sense and good He is not foolish in his ideas he is not going to waste his He to do something beneficial to and he thinks agricultural development is his true field I told him all about this International in stitute of Agriculture ia and how muchoit i and hadi fanning in Bur He will go to the Mexf Congress and when he comes back will be much workfor him to do in Whatever hWps the f farmer benefits the Scientific and farming Is the coming It will f evolution ize the The other delegates to the Inter national are Benjamin i William of the New York Central add Henry of NewYork City Elliott time master of the X William of erlck of Westcheflter They will leave New Yorkron April and will be officiallyreceived the King and Queen of Italyvat Rome on j j 4 ONLYONE BODY WAS RECOVER ED FRQM DEWEY1 HOTEL IN OMAHAt u i March of a woman of Miss Alice iBonnevle Vasf recoyered from the ruinsof destroyett by flrej early V V i f i This was first body taken from the stfll smouldering eprrmgXahd yellow had covered escaped although the wo mans face1 was charred beyond recog Both her legs had been burn ed iand one arm wag of ruins con throughout the1 and was engaged la a company of firemen extrasquad Great oflinojrbidly curioup people until s daylight aboutthe liutije tbtwit cold and bltjhg wlndf wfttching for Bodies o WILL LEAVE CON LE3 referring totfie Pantages VtfucUvIHe The Pantage Vaudeville hold the boardsatthe Morrl tonight and for this occasion will be as La in a go spectacular transformation Visions In and money were not paring the fourteen beautiful drop tains that are used in this Clayde owner of the signed all the curtains ana then had to go to Japan to hare them A prominent apent four years on the which is of the most intricate An added attraction will Charles Gill and his one of the strongest lets before the the Servant and the sketch contains one of theBtjonge morals possibleto portray oveM4 namely the c This turn comes direct Hammersteins TbJ with the The other attractions Vlllbr nifty Jack Crlppen ble equilibrists Billy Grimm in the Two Sriades This IB one of thefibestri has abeen seen In and all whocart There will be two shownigtil first ourtain rising at i pTograinmeis to be Pathes portantevents taking the Is up1 without a doubtoneHqE interesting and educationalyplctp shown In one which man plot is good andjthe aiipnB VltagraiJh is lone of which aby is alSnevJ oentsS ho the shdwingBvntrstaTlaadi ThisrcdlOBgalilDroll made tforld nstmnomir nrll1I uiaue VllK who The only fbrMac an opea secret j will withdraw of Clareshblm and fiisj acknowledged BeyiQes he has The roads whlcU built In Vll dlrectionsj the9 fine bridges the miles of rural telephone lines A which now connect distant wlth the consfantpwssijre IB beingbrought on complete Its the probable aequisi land only a foretajto ot jthe adyaintages u accrue Mac t m 1 iT ;