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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY. HERALD THURSPA^, MARCH 5, If)14 ABOLISH-THE-BAR ROWELU Are you one of those to whom every meal is another source of suffering ? Na^ sold annually, says a well-known druggist here, because it darkens the hair so naturally and eveniy chat uo one can tell it has been apljlied. "Those wljose hair is turning gray, becoming faded, d r y. soraggly and thin, have a surprise awailinc: them, bscavisc after one or two applications the gray hair vanishes and yonr locks become luxuriantly dark and beautiful-all dandruff goes scalp itching and falling hair stops. This is the age of youth. Gray haired, unattractive folks aren't wanted around, so get busy with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur tonight and you'll be delighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful appearance within a few days. Sold-br J. D. Iliginbotham & Co.:- . PAY DAY ON CP.P. SVERY E OVER 120,000 CHEQUES DISTHI-BUTED WHEN BIG CORPORATION PAYS EMPLOYEES and men. New picture Liberal opposition House-X. \V. Howell. K.C. SHOW PROGRESSES' Brandon, Man , .March i. - Bright' sunshine niiirkori the third day oi ISrantlon'.s v. inter iair. Most oi tiie farmers irom all the surrounding tiistricts arrived in town early this mornini; ami congregated in the arena I where, comincnciui; at nine-thirty, hi;: auction sale of cattle was held tinder the auspices of the Cattle Breeder.s' .\ssociation. Biddina; was brisk and the slxt>' cattle for sale were quickly bought up. Prices rang-'cd from uhuut SloO to S250. ,. 1 Poultry judging is^ now completed j as i.s also the cattle judging. Horse the 1 Pay day on iUc CP.11. is an eagerly anticipated event ; and each month tive company pays out over 000,000 ii- clu-i|Ui^, distributed over the system. By actual count the chiNittes reach a total oi i:i0.iHH), and this number with the growth oi the system the consequent need oi more ever grows. "We tlo everything in our power to ai-cominodate the employees," says Mr. 11. IC. Sucklmg, the treasurer of the ('. 1'. K. There is a great deal of tluic and work associated with the monthly p.iy day ; ami if we had to ' have it twice a month, as is the case | in certain ol the States-well, it; would mean a lot nuire trouble, a: doubled stall', and considerable more e.Mpeiise. We luive t(> do it in \cr-, mont and .Maine, which we pass, i through and which have the hi-montli-: ly payments, and 1 can tell you it is � work. In several of the States it isi the sa:;ie ; but wherever it is lonnd, it is because -State legislators pander to the so-eallcd labor vote. Our .people have not sought for short ti\rm payments ; and in fact, seeing that-they know for a certainty that on a certain date, without fail, they will get their moiiey, they are perfectly satisried to have it once a month. Think of a job of sending out twice, a month i3ii,000 cheques. There wa.s some talk at Ottawa some years ago oi initiating bi-tiionihly payments ; hut the matter was not piirsued. "The single monthly payment works well ; it is a certain fixeti date w^hich does not vary ; there is a fixedness which gives .security ; and it suit^ all the people with whom they deal. Branch banks will be foimd all over the system, close to the place nf^ Work and payment, so that there is; no trouble in getting the cheiiues j cashed anywhere." , - . The wages list is constantly increasing on the C. P. R. .V decade ago the total number of CLARKE & CO. the LadiesV Store Atadia BImIi FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY A Long List and a Strong One Each woek theso Friday sales are growing greater in scope and goueral iisofulnoss, but wo reach a now level of interest and vahie-givlng In tills special week-end ovciU. Tho lines Included ore, wo believe, the best values 'wd liave ever had to offer-and we've given you many unbeatable values in tho past. All through the list there are offerings that no woman who appreciates a saving can afford to miM.:- We give the details briefly-they are worth spsclally careful reading, and the conatant keeping In mind of the fact that values are conservatively stated, extraordinary as they appear to be. FRIDAY SKIRT SALE Worth up to >8.50 ---- $5.00 FRIDAY HOUSE DRESS SALE Worth up to $2.75 ............. $1.76 Very .serviceable utility skirts in pure wool tweeds, light and modhim colors, shown in splendid styles, and all sizes, 36 to 41. Plain Cliambrays in tans, sky, Copenhagen and grey, some with pique collar, reveres arid cuffs, well sown, sizes 3t to 44. I FRIDAY DRESS GOODS SALE 65c Regular $1,00 Value. rw-iuch goods in pure wool serges in uiivy,  tan and black, also newest tweeds for seii-iirato skirts. FRIDAY TOWEL SALE 25c Regular 45c Value. Kxira heavy weight Turkish Towels, wjiite or browii, largo size. FRIDAY PILLOW SLIP SALE 15c Regular 2Sc Value. Made of splendid quality cotton 40 and \'i inch sizes, wldo hem at ends, splendidly sewn. FRIDAY DAMASK SALE 65c Regular 90c Value. Lovely fine mercerized damask in very pretty scroll and floral designs, r>4 Inches wide, unusual value. FRIDAY BEDSPREAD SALE 95c Regular $1.25 Value. Heavy weight, splendid wearing spreads, big enough for a -l-l'oct bed. FRIDAY APRON SALE 55c Regular 90c Value, f.arge kitchen aprons of checked gingham and plain chambray; all washable. 5c FRIDAY EMBROIDERY SALE Worth up to 30c ........................................ Edgings and Insertions ranging up to 12-inch widths, beautiful qualities that you have been buying freely at 15c, aOc, I'uc and 30c l)?r yard. 55c FRIDAY HOSIERY SALE Regular $1.00 Value ................................... Extra heavy silk hose specially purchased and going tomorrow at less than regular cost would be. Lisle top, heel and toe, extra heavy weight; colors, black, white and tan. 95c FRIDAY CORSET SALE Worth up to $2.00 .................................---- .\n exceptional value, splendidly designed, perfect fitting model, made cf fine couti!, finished with best wearing embroidery at top; sizes IS.to 27. $1.15 FRIDAY WAIST SALE Worth up to $3.00 ........... ..................... Beautiful qualities in fine voiles, plain and embroidered, made In very latest style with front yoke, drop shonUior, higli or low necks, short or long sleeves. (.juiiging is proceeding but the Cana- ^. dian bred Clydesdales and the Stand- employees was something like 65,000. I aid bred horses are the only classes Today it is over 120,0ij0 in all grades ----_T--jso iar linished. The seed grain is of activity. It might be said" that wrri't'iM-DuTiTiDc M^,^;l.MA-rc.r, '"^^'^ completion. There will be two over 500.UOO persons are directly in-'r I, 1. h^' uir., association meetmgs tonight, one terested in, and look forward to,'the 1- dJ;?,,""' -*iarch UiJ- iu connection with the .>fanitoba Poul- monthlv pav dav. while, if we con-liar. PhWips of Boston was nominat- association ;uul the other in con- sider the allied interests, the indi--'1 .ojay. by President Wilson to he section with the sheep and swine rect relations sustained one wav or M.'ird assistant secretary of state. breeders. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $13,500,000 DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES Drafts on the principal cities in the following countries issued without delay : army of employees-; if we consider every allied or afiectcri interest, w;e lind that the entire puptilation 'is, remotely, it may be, but, ueverthcle.ss, certainly alTecteJ in their lives ajid outlook by the operations of the C.' P.R., and, with measurable closeness, concerned for the. pay envelope. STAFFORDVl.tLr HAS FIRE ' Brandle Residenc* Consumed-Fire; Department -Received Call Too ' the 1 another, the comiijercial and indus-: trial afliliations of'the cdmpanj otit-i side the regular list oi employees, we I get over 1,000,OOu . people more or I less directly concerned in the issu-I anc(!, unse a month, oi ttiose seeming-Iv innumerable bits oi paper which are .so eagerly transmuted into bread ^ j^^.,^.^^ ^.^^ fuly insured. The equipment from At an early hour ySS^spbrning, house belonging;to Frank Brandle, at 93 John street, Stafordville, was burned to the "ground. The cause of the fire is notr/jtniown, but the call was sent?in-too late for the fire department to bring the flames under con and butter. If, however, we get be yond all those who are more or less directly interested in the company, and reach out to the various activities which depend on the company- Africa Ar�bia Argentine Republic Armenia Australia .^ustria-Uungary Brazil Bulgaria Ceylon Oiili Cbiaa Ctcte Cuba Denmark Egypt Pmland Formosa France Gemianv Greece Hoilanl Iceland India Jlalv Japan Macedonia MllU Manchuria .Mexico New Zealand Norway Panaiaa Periiji Pern Philippine Islands Poland Portugal RounuBia Ruisiji .Serria Siain Siberia South Africs Spain Straits Settiemeou Sweden Switzerland .'Syria Turkey S27 United Slate.i West Indies, etc. � each industrial organism with its own I of the conflagration, both stations responded in double Liulck time, but the dabia'Re had been done 'When they re�^;hed the scene lliese drafts can b�'dra'�rn ia sterlinK, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen, taels, roubles, etc., according to tiie money of tlie country in which they ; are payable. Tbls enables the payee to obtain the exact amount intended. Lcthbridge Branch - - R. T. Byrmner. Mgr. Synopsis of Audit Town of Diamond City, Alberta Year ending Dec. 31st, 1913 RECEIPTS 1 ASSETS Balance on hand -iX last audit S Cash in bank ............. 171 Taxes, current ............. 1 Taxes receivalile .......... . 10111 w, �Paxfis. ari"eai-s ............. Lieenses receivablo ....... . :!00 00 Taxes, poll ................. ij.iiii Cemetiiry property ........ . 1 :!0 00 License. buriiceBs ........... :;(;.'). ui.i .Xuisance grouud property.. . 2.5 00 THAT TELL A lALE N CALGARY ALDERMAN DEAD Calgary, March 5.-Alderman Wni. Ross, for several years a member of the city council, died this morning at the General Hospital, following an operation last Saturday for a complication of ailments. Alderman Ross �waa one of the most able of the city's, administrators, and possessor of a rare knowledge of city laud values. Read This: It May Save Your Li^e Sanol Kidney Remedy Is made from herbs and Is perfectly harmless. If you are a sufferer. ;{foui. Gall Stones, Kidney Stones, or Gravel, Sanol will effect a. positive cure. If j-ou have backache, kidney, bladder trouble, or rheumatism, that Is caused by excess of uric aoia, dizziness, puffy swellings under the eyes, swollen feet and ankles, tired nervous feeling, urine very pale, or extra dark and cloudy, too frequent and painful urination, brick dust sediment in urine after standing a few hours; you are in danger and Sanol Kidney Remedy will save you. For sale by the Frank Hedley Drug Store, lcthbridge. $1.50 per bottle FVee Literature. Sanol Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Can, advt. STOLE $20,000 AND BOUGHI REAL ESTATE Toronto, March 4.-George A. Galloway, the trusted accountant oi the Wostexn Canada Klour Mills Co., faced a charge in the sessions today of having during a period of the last two years stolen $1,159 from his employers. County Crown Attorney Greer stated that while Galloway Was charged w'ith stealing; only $1,-159, the total amount of his defalcation was nearly $20,000, which he had adriiitted in-writing. Sentence was postponed to iVfay 'to enable him to help the company to realize as much as possible out o' the real estate in which he had invested. Galloway denied his guilt at first, but later admitted the olfcnse. 11c was allijwcd out on bail of $5,000. ected to tho chair, ex-Staff-Sergeant AV'ilson briefly explained the- steps that are being taltea by the Calgary veterans to form a post, followiuK which a lively discussion was held and the result of which was that a post will be formed at a near date. Another meeting will be Jield shortly to make all arrangements, as the Jiacleod post when formed will bo one of the strongest In Canada, tliert: being about sixty veterans at present in the. immediate neighborhood of Jlacleod, not countlne; the Pinclier Creek or the Pass districts, or the territory to the north and east. SIXTY VETERANS IN MACLEOD POST Macleod, Alta., Marcii 3.-That a post of veterans of the Royal Northwest iMounted Police be formed in Afacleod was the decision arrived at by tlie .Macleod veterans, at a meeting held ia the Fire Hal! here. After ex-Sergeant-MaJor Bryan had been el- People in Lethbridge Are Amazed Xo medicine has ever caused sucli amazement in Lethbridge as the simple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as. Adler-i-ka. This remedy drains such surprising amounts of foul matter from the body that it is known as the most thorough bowel cleanser sold. Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH the upper and lower howel, and .IIIST ONK DOSE relieves constipation and gas on the stomach almost IMMEDIATEL"^, ,T. D. Iliginbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists. As is generally known, bank clearings are universally regarded as a barometer of trade, and the very fact that Lethbridge is the only city west of Toronto to show an increase in its clearings over last year for tho week ending February 26. tionally 'ivell for tlie ^ standing of tills dislH The following is a S speaks excep-ilid commercial Atement of tlie clearings from the western cities, showing their decreases for the saine period over last year': Winnipeg............�........ ?li�,0.j5,71.5 Vancouver.................... S,97S,149 Calgary................,. .. 2,946,307 Edmonton. . Regina . .. Saskatoon . -Moose .law Brandon .. License, dog . License, livery sMiscellaneouB jC;emetery ____ and dray ' PAYMENTS Said.notes in bank .........S 70i.i..".oi iPebenturo radomptiou, print-i- ' pal .................... 400.00 i liebeilture redemption, inter- I \ �� est-............. ........ i;iii.i,io I gjegal expenses ............ ;il.."t Grants;:......,............. 2r,.oo tealarles.................. 312.30 re and Police'............ ti8f).7ii :ealtli .................. 5-1.17 'owu i,.................. 107.50 ublic Works .............. 10S.85 uisaiuie ground ........... :>5.00 tiemdtery................. 50.00 Commission (collection poll tax) ................... Si.20 water.............. ...... 75.00 2r, .iioi Firft equipment- 70.00 ; Kusiiie ......... 17.10 ladders, etc....... 02. 0*' I $:;ns'j,4'J : _ Furuitun- I Typewriter ...... W'nii.'i- rank ....... !lVipi-l)V(;1110I\tR ijradini,', drainage, $i;7.^.4r, 7.':. L'O .$ 70.00 . :!o.00 (Hide walks, etc.!. .. r,:',.G5 100,00 i;4.no �:.oo. 00 Lethbridge clearings were $490,980, a.s against $467,Si 2 for the torres-! poiulini; iveek in 191.';, Kaateni citic^i cleanups are as follows; ISM ?4;',i528,00t; , 40,110,568 .';,230,9ij(.> 2,510,571 2,264,511 (,688.720 1,384,995 2,974,350 1,512,100 044,284 792,297 353,019 1913 � $24,111,827 11,418,475 4,382,752 3,477,765 2,371,398 1,758,470 1,141,688 485,823 Dec, 15,056,112 2,445,326 1,446,445 503,515 859,298 814.186 � 349,391 132,804 -Montreal Toronto , Otta^va .. Hamilton Quebec .. Halifax . London / ?(ioi;4. H.iohates ................. 19,25 Sundry and miscellaneous,.. 74.18 iJalaiice in bank ....:,...... 171. Si ^alance on hand ____...... nil LIABILITIES Debc-nture-s mot dne) ......?3200.00 Excess of .Vsaets over l.iii-bilities ................. 2Si;i .',2 $3089.49 NOTE - Iniiirovements, furnituvo and ecjuipment are put in at cost, ds-pj-eciation accrued for 2 years. Debentures authorized ......$4000.00 fiebentures 8:rd............ 4000.00 I Dalaiico on hand ........... nil. B. F, RAY, .,,: �  Auditor, J 913 �45,096,941 36,380,974 2,997,792 3,054,321 2,(i�5,53i; 1,436,091 1,547,016 In explanation of the decrease in the middle west, it is stated that the difference in the grain traffic ia principally responsible, Nicholson & Bain, wholesale commission merchants and brokers, report from Winnipeg on- the state of trade in western Canada that conditions are fair. Dealers In food supplies of all kinds says that business has been quite satisfactory. The various houses through the west did well in 1913. In almost all cases the volume of trade was larger than in any previous year, and the net profits v.'ere also larger. OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT Clever Little Combination Knocks Cold in Few Hours You can now get rid of any ordinary o.old in .just a few hours by 'taking a couple of doses of WoekB" Break-up-a-Cold Tablets, which you .-^an procure from .fackaoii