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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH S, 1�1(> THE LETHBRID RE DAILY HERAT.:? PACE FIVE An Old Friend in u New Garmeni; The lend pnclsct for (eii is ;i duviiro artold n.s llui liilla. Iiniirovciiiciil.i wi'iM! IjouikI U) i-mw. V(m confcnis in tlin world linvu adopted ii )i\(lvery |)aeket of BLUE RIBBON TEA UGH! m STOMACH. SOURNESS, HEARTBURN. 0 THE MOMENT "PAPE'S DIAPEP. SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALU DISTRESS GOES. Do some I'oorts you nat hit back- taste good, liut work badly; lerniont OURNALIST IS CHARGED VERY SERIOUS EENSE OR m IKE REQUESTS ONT SIFION GOVT. I Edmonton, Feb. 29.-Tho Kovern-meat la Horloasly con�ldorlng bringing down ua act tlila osssion entitled tho Hotel Act or some Bimllar name, whleh will to a certain extent allov-luto many of tho innocent properly owners who will suffer louses by the enforcement of tho Liquor Act. llils is practically tho Information a delegation which waited on Premier SIfton and lion. C. W. CrosH this morning was given by the government representatives. Ask Indirect Benefits The delegation approached the gov-! ornment stating that they had given up hope of obtaining compensation and requesting that the government would consider a petition to e.xtend some Indirect benefit. The hotel owners stated that they were Innocont sufferers, In many cases their property was run by lessees and though the lessee might not suffer the owners win assuredly. They stated that their association Included banks and mortgagors and owners of hotel properties. There were over 200 members. They asked that the government would bring down an act placing all houses of public accommodation, either eating or sleeping under the housing regulations of tho old license act. At present no government regulation controls so-called "temperance" hotels and when the old license act dies tliere will be no legislation covering tills phase of hotel busiues.>�. Sell Two Per Cent Beer The delegation asked that tlio government prepare such legislation, In eluding a reasonable license feo.for LAST DAY OF Into stubborn lumps and cause a sick,: Charged with a statutory oltence against a young Calgary girl, Frederick Lewis ITarrls, a former Edmonton newspaper man. is on trial today lioforc Cliief Justice Hrtrvey in tlie asked tliat they bo allowed to keep , Sui)remc Court. The case started at glasses in tiieir present bars, whore HAYR HARDWARE FIRE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 4th noon yesterday. Tho jury em- they could sell two per cent beer and sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. orl ,)anelled: Arthur Dahl, L. E. Shearer, light native; wines which are below | .Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's jiartin Low, Chas. .Measlnger, O. F. the proof limit outlined in tlio liquor Dlapopsin digests everything, leavingjjoi,,ston and .7. F. Anderson. act (2% percent.) notliing to sour and upset you. There rp,,y Calgao" girl, tho informant, Premier Sifton told the delegation never was anything so safely quick, y^^^ tlie (jrat witness. According to that the government had already tak- Ro certainly effective. No dlfterence story she was engaged by Harris en under its serious consideration the how badly your stoinacli is disorder-11,^^,. October to go to Retlaw, where matter of accommodation, and inUm- ed you will get happy relief In live .jccuaed intended to start a news- ated that legislation covering It would ininutes, but what pleases you most is I She was engaged as steno- that it strengthens and i'ofiulates I j,,i,p,gr and left Calgary with Harris on October 25th, going to .Carmangay. your stomach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedipa give you relief sometimes-tliey are slow, but not sure. "Pape's Diapepsln" is quick, Tlie nc.\t,day they drove across to rtetiaw. The ne.\t morning they went by auto to Enchant, Travers and Lomond, the girl going along to take positive and puts your stomach In a n, .h^ r V, Y healthy condition .so the misery won! I ?.'i'"^ �"- .A'i'^..Ti'.r., ?_ come back. You feel iiBcry difl'orent as soon as "Pape's Diapepsln" comes in contact Avith the stomacli-distress just van-islies-your stomach gets sweet, no she engaged accommodation for tho ! night at Travers, but returning they did not stop at Travers but went on I to Enoliant. Tliere she was unable to lind accommodation, but Harris se- Kases, no heichlng, no eructatiouB of f'"','^'^ sleeping place in a ball about undigested food, your head clears ; I'^i^ _^ i^'j^J''?T ..Tl'cro was a and you feel fine. Go now, make the bo.'it investment bed and a mattress In the place, and after finishing her work, accused hav. be brought down this session. BOWSER PROMISES VOTE ON PROHIBITION IN B. C. IN JUNE FLOOK SWEEPING COM POUND 6 Onlv 200 lb. l)bls. left, per .......... $5.00' SELF CLOSING GAR-liAGE CANS 8 Only lei'l:........$2.75 SHINGLE STAIN 20 five Oil lion cans, only T'l- .gal- .........SLOP STEPIIF.NS' PAINTS Per A-i^llon.........$2.50 AMRE NETTING 6 Ft.....$(i.00 for 50 yds. 5 Ft......l^o.OO for 50 yds. TARRED BUILDING PAPER 20 Rolls only, each . . 75c BLANKET FELT 10 only, per roll . . $4.50 REMEMBER'A percentage of Sales will be donated to the .,, Red Cross Society, as Tuesday was stormii DOUBLE O'CEDAR MOPS $1.00 and $1.25 2 Mops, 1 dry one wet RANGES REFRIGERATORS GAS STOVES RED FELT Per roll..........$3.25 MOTH CARPET FELT By the roll, per lb. .. 5^C AMATITE ROOFING Already gravelled to lay on, per square .. $3.50 SPRUCE SHEATHING 36-in. per roll----$2.50 72-in. per roll----$4.50 FARMER'S WEIGH BEAMS 200 and 300 lb., each $5,00 WIRE STRETCHERS 6 only - - $1.25 - - 6 only TIN PLATES Per doz.............50c TIN JELLY CAKE PLATES Per doz............50c Took a Hint When He Saw How the Lightning Struck Vancouver von ovpr made, bv Kettiniv a large '"f^' up town, she went to bed. fifty-cent case of Pape's "Diapepsln ilater returned and assaulted her, from any drug store. You realize iu:t''o"e'' struggled violently. Later five minutes how needless it is to"" f'e "Isht a second assault was sulTer from In-ligcstion. dyspepsia or, "'"'1'^' ""il sho again struggled. There any stomach disorder. - Advertise- was no house within halt a mile. Tho , iiicnt l"e-^t day she met Corporal Frazer of ''"^ing tho period of the war. ^__I tho Mounted Police, told him her .stated today to a delegation of pro � I story and Harris was arrested. Vancouver, Mar. 1.-Doubtless im-prei-sed by the veo\, strong demonstration of the opposition to the gov. ernment given in Vancouver last Saturday in the bye-election, Premier Bowser came to terms today with the prohibitionists. The result is that at the end of the year this province will be almost certain to join the dry column. The premier has had in mind, ever since the prohibition agitation commenced, the proposal to amend the ordinary license laws to provide for shorter liours and non-treating He That mTEREST^lN^CmCAGO^^'^^ '^^-""^ '"^''^ ^one when court adjourned for lunch. hibitionists that this plan would be carried in any event. Tho premier .igreed to tho prohlbi Chicago, Mar. 2.-Sensational dis-closjres of an extensive "salary split- tiiat tho defence admitted that acting graft" In tlie Chicago city hail cased had accomplished his purpose, were pioiniscd today by Attorney Sey-, but that the girl had consented. The inour Stcdnian, representing Before the case opened C. F. Har-' tionists' proposal ,lo frame an act dur-ris, acting for tho accused, stated ling the coming session of the legislature, and to submit a referendum. __..........^ ^.....___ ____^_____^ Tho first day's canvass in Welland ______ ____................, M"i-l!jirry tiinroforenursTdTt'era^^ and Crowiand township to raise Pago Waller Eaton in tlie so-called the evidence whetlier or not the in-1 ?13,nOO for the Canadian Patriotic Katon-Rowe graft hearing before the civil service commission. A woman, whose Identity he declined to reveal, is to corroborate tho story of the payment of money by i\lrs. Eaton to Mrs. Howe, and another, the attorney said, will connect several prominent olTlcials of the city hall with tho affair. Today's hearing developed little of interest. Charles C. Fitzmorris, Mayor Thompson's secretary, was tho only witness, lie testified that the mayor had ordered that no campaign contributions be assesaad by department heads. Stephen A. Malato, attorney for Mrs. Howe, declined to allow his client to submit to cross-examination for a while. He cliarged tliat Iho graft stories were really aimed at tiio mayor, and suggested that some of the hitter's opponents take the stand next, Ttie licaring was adjourned until Friday, forniant In the case had consented to Harris' actions. C. F. P. Conybeare is prosecuting for the crown. 'ASSARESO NRU N fund brought in $12,640. EDITS Rural credits is a very live subject with the Lothbridgo Board of Trade, and in lino with tho previous action of that body, the council of tho board at tho regular meeting yesterday, passed the following resolution: "Resolved that the solution of tho question ot Rural Credits Is an urgent one for tho welfare ot tho farmer and the country at largo, and that wo go on record in co-o])eration with the farmers' organizations In impressing upon the Govornmont of Canada the need ot alleviating tho situation by passing logislatiou It possible at this sessionembodylng tho principles ot document No, 494 now pending bo-toro tho United States Congress. Everything on Market in High-class For EiEergencies When you have a bilious attack, or when you feel illness coming on-promptly move the bowels, Start the liver working and put your entire digestive PLANT AT WOBURN, MASS.-, 18'BLOWN UP Choicest Southern Alberta Grown s DELANY'S UMITED Always Everything In An Up-to-date Meat Market Phone 702 1110 6TH AVE, 3, Wobuni, Mass., Mar. 2.-The tri-nt tvo toluol building ot tho New Eng. land Qhemlcal Co. blew up with a terrlfio exposion early today, The trl-nltrp toluol'stored In that section ot the great chemical plant is said to be one ot the most powerful explosives' used In the manufacture of war muni-' tlons. The plant was located In a remote section of North Woburn, away from the residential quarter, but 10 other bnlldlngs whore heavy war orders were being filled, were located nearby. Among those structures were those of tho Merrimack Chemical comi'any. So great was tho confusion immediately following the e.vplosion that It was not known whether there was any loss ot life. BILINGUAL CLAUSE IN MANITOBA GETS ITS SECOND READING Winnipeg, Fob. 20,-Four cabinet ministers spoke on the bill to repeal the bilingual clause In the legislature tonight, after which the second reading ot the measure was curried on a division ot 36 to S. Albert Preton-tatn�i'B motion to give the bill a six months' hoist was defeated 36 to 7, The difference In the two votes la explained by the fact that T. D. Fer-ley (Glrall) voted against both the amendinent and the moUon, The 20th battery and the 43rd battery, which havQ been raobiltzod at Guolph tor some time, left that city to h� T)T|gaded with two other batteries and an ammunition column from tho oast to torni �lhjj-.:.l}th howitzer ARTILLERY ON BOTH 8IDE9 ARE | BUSY NEAR YPRE8 Loudon, Feb, 29. 11,20 p.m. - The i British ofHclal cominunlcation dealing with the fighting along the BrUlB)i lines on the continent, made public to< ' night says: "Our artlllory today bombarded enemy trenches about OuviUers, Aut-j hulle and Fromellea. There has beeri: s considerable artillery activity by liotU, sides about Ypres. "This morning a Oerman aeroplane ol the AlbatroBB typ^ was ? brought; down south of MerviUe, Ijehind.oHr.' lines. Another hostile MroplKm^^urn'r^ ed completely over, and' l)urPV Into!? (lames, and (ell beh,in4 the German lines In the vicinity ot Labasse, "This afternoon a German capUve' balloon broke loose and drlttecl'norths w^rd at a great height, paRsl|tK{OY|! our Hues o(�8t ot petbuft^V" i j; M ?106 68 ;