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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta >rhiusclay,March6,i�13: _ THB LETHBKTDOE DAILY HERALD SOfrEREO EVERYTHINO Eor Years, RestoredTo Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Canadian woman tita continually wnt-Ing us such letter^ as the two following, Vrhich are heartfelt exprebsiona of gratitude for restored health: :.Glanford Station,.Ont-"I have taken Lydia E. PinTtham's Vegetable Compound and never fdiifid any. mficlicine to cotnpai^e with. it. 1 hidulcdrs aridfall-iriE'of :v?on�b 'aTid doctors did me^no god'd. ; r suffered dreadfully for years until I began; taking youit medicine. ;i also recoiiirniincl it: for .nerVpushehBrM indigestion. " -r- Mrs. 'HENRY'CfLABKt.Glanford Station, Ont VCheSterville, Ont - "I heard your �= tpedjcineS-highly praised, and ayear ago .1 began taking them for falling of womb and ovarian "trouble. ' '> My left side pained me all the time -and ;jil8t before my periods which wer� rr irregular and painful it would be worse  To sit down caused me pain and suffering' and I: would be so nervQU? some- '.itimes that 1 could not bear to see any  one or.hear any one speak. Little specUu "iwould float before my eyes and I was 'always-constipated. "I cannot say too much for Lydia E. : Pinkham?8v Vegetaljle Compound and .Xiiver.>Pillsi for ..there lite no medicines like them^ J, have taken them and^ I �� recommend theih to all women. You may .publish this testimoriiai." -Mrs. Stephen J, Martin, Chestcrville, Ontario,  Canada." Page 3 Great Showing of the Farmers in the Pincher Greek , District' BANKiSSAFELy ; WEIiMRED STORM rUn on city and district aANK'sETERED out last * ' night* N m DUIY ON SHEE It Would Work to the Advantage of the Small Farmer Phicher Creek/, Mareb;5;.-^The exceedingly fine, warm \yeather ol'-tliG. past (vpelc or so, w'hli� veVi' pieaSarit ana agi-eeable, bae .bad'tlje'>tfept, dt breaking up the roajjs leadlrig into town to a very. confl4�ra;ble vMf^Pt with the result that.farriKsrs have not been" shipping ;ii3UitQ,'.a^'niup1i,tI^^ hay since'the Warm spell B^t,^^^^^ Yourv. correspb^ideht/'is informesd that altogether some'\'-ten''th'pUfiantl tons of t.hls hay' fikyj^^^ii |iiipj)ea but o� VsEcher Creek this yi'inter, the South Alberta Hay'Grpwers'h^^ handled about "eight'thbiiBand tons. Among some of the,^larger- contracts being filled bjr kUe; .-itikf-' dtaw^er^ might, be mentldrieili'.thEtt>'ivite^^ Ci'oiy's Nest :Bass,^G,pai 'Go., ifor|e^ hundred' tons ;7:therdrow's Ni^jit. Eass I^umber- Co., live liiindi;ed ;^tpi>et East Kooftnay -Lumi^r � Go.-itfbi^^^ tiiii-dred tons, arii' th^ Ganadlan' Pacific For this hay fnayera_ge price of ab-j out fourteen'doilara-perir'tbn was realized, which, totals-'td-a^^^ sum oC money Jdlstrlbut'e'd'^'ttinbiig,the'' farmers^/o� this. distribt;durtnir-tliV winter months. ., ,::^.''. * In additionv'itp.vtlif;^^T^ ot-hay above.>men(;ioned,.Site Alberta .Hay-Growefs'^^^^ wards of seventy,'COT^^^ the Peigan'elevatbf-M^ wlijch; they' have^'i;!^'\^prkin'g^^^^^^ me'nt., ' ' " , ^  -' Dr. .Laidla'yir, "pr.o^yiaiclji'l^^^^^^^ per, spent^Tuesday-I'n/i^^^^^^ lopking- over.rthette i;6 its sanitary_cpndltip�if>Av{ew..i^^^^^ of � more or:; less 'Iriipbrtaflce, jW/CTe brought: to tlfe 5dbeix)^'sia;tt(S|ti^^^ sbjit it is !inderStpba*';th'aii;-'r at this tlni'e'-trf,thff'-y^^^^^^ ed to beln'ovldenfleher^.-'i .r-i';->> Th^vadiouifl'd ."^ cliey. Creg^k'iJyf^m iveld, �ip'tieicm ey'enlpg,-va ered'to be yity satTsfactory.'-The fdlrj. lowing/.'gfflc'er^^^^^^^^^^^ preseiitV^eiff Spjiies^ '?*pij-- ma^;/':J^cie^ s^rfiarjyirealfVr?^^^ iireef 6i:6, ;:$.'iH^^ciptt^l3^ ]5.itlptbni::R!\iHendCT '.richer,' ;\9;;'|;H;|Uptp^ 'fM\r. son., A cordial �vbfce.i.ofthanksj-'was' -tendered JfivRbss,'-.who:;4ii(ip acted jis' 'secretary ;rt,reasu^^ �ib w;: ahdKwhpf-^^ ting.the affairs, of'TtheilihosplVal^'^^^^ �pretty good;.shape.ii^ikea�v�ryrother >�......,.,.., .ci-v............ . B'v-r ...j^'.-j-. town-ot any 'lmportanGeii-.1.ho:\y'%ver;. .i.t'JL91*19^?'^':.^,,A�:,-�.v,-.-J,�j;,^,/,-^,:;;,f;J^!f^ about it and a sale could not be effected. � � - The rfcciSou'that sherp huve been so very chciip in Montana is accounted for by thc'Iaot that the oUl vanRcs aro being .so rapidly encroached upon by settlers that the old time rdiichers-are simply' forcetl to sell. _ , _ , . , ., Another point in favor (it vcducing E. J. Cook is one sheep man who I tl,e tariff,-, according to iVIr. CooV, is doas. not bcliovo in having the lanft ' that fornierlv the mutton marknt was on^. sheep from -tlip'L'liitrd States ad- glutted in-tiic fall with larire ship-vanced. He rather would advocate menis. fr^pm the ranchers, and no n,,( -4. u, ___1.,., 1 1 1 mutton could be olitaii:fid from that It be reduced, .because, be says,' ii^tu-'aft^r' shearing in' .luno, it would be ot great udvant/ige to the small farmer.' Kor some time past, the Dominion when more larp;c shipments were unloaded. By allowiiip; sheep to come into Canada-with the least pos.sible and Provincial .ijovernincnts, associ- t^nll; the-, small farmer is enabled to att'd boardu of trade, and the press purchase small iiumbcr.s, which could liavc been trying to educate the farm- be marketed at any time, thus super to practise niixcil fanuuis;. -The plving fresh mutton everv month ot majority of farmers have been rais- the vear, and the market would not ing wheat so long that they arc not , be: lowered to. any consiclcrahlc cx-m -a position fnianciallv to purcltasc' tent. - As>long as sheep continue to the .stock'with wirioh to make the  be imported from Australia we need start. : If rnreed farminR is to ro have'po fear of the market. And the ahead farmers must have .stock to demand for .mutton is constantly in-consuine their surplus feed. They croasiogj � (jecaiisB the piiblie arc dE-= haven't the money to buy cattle or vclpping^ taste'ior mutton that did hogs on a large scale and their onlv not always exist." visible solution has lieeu.the purchase The tariff-^has not been raised, but LAST DAY THE MAGNIFICENT THREE-REEL FEATURE The Wheels Of Destiny Af-SO TODAY . ' "MABEL'S HEROES" Some Ileal Comedy. AL^O TODAY "HER eiBTHDAY PRESENT" Uuroariously Funny Monday Next SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF -MISS LOUISE. -ELLIOTTE "IN HER' BROTHER'S CLOTHES" ''J 11 m mm of sheep m Montana. Some time ago there appeared ^:;';f.playeri- 85 days'ahead of tli-ne- .uch lb the coutanent ot City, and Dis-' trict bank officials and employees m referring lo the.run, which after kecp- V ;lPg^uI/. for.: tWffectesj,wjith: vigor, p rai- -^,;';J|;c?inj':/p^^red5vbu:t*tit!i)^^^ ,imade t'^"^�lfi^?-'4^"4IPSfstated > tonlgbt aH|f?t)dsttW flnari6ial'l>i:-'Mt '^ ?o:fiP.ul�jv.-;meefrv.ttJlssfuture-if 5^^^^^ . ':iji6rning:: sa^^, a cc^ssatjon'' of' tlie' riip' Jn'ihany ot the branches,' and as the', flaj advanced the- iivcoinmg r^ceiptg Hecaiiie ^Jnffiicear^ly apparent/ Toiiigbt ::s ''bilffiiW-SS^^^as aTjqfit :norniar :-"j:^i-apoKes,,?;w'at;b: tpf - exwiption of --those ..^tUated.ln Noire'Uarrie St, St ,He.n-, ly iind'iNjtxtre.Dame-i^-^ eas^.'ln thes^ � -two inslahces, liowevqi,' it was re-.j^arlcedj^.tihati'bysfar-the/great ^'^'i^^ ^ � English or French In, both jbicfinohtis the" withdrawals consisted ot ' 'small accounts, 'the' avcEage running .$30 Ho $40. i-t-') \ The offloials-^cpuljl not ascertain ^o-1,; riplit \^�t pcffccntifee of this amount; Jiad ^een^ptvt^llyg'paid-out to depos-; ,J '"'^ to cure'a"coldjn one day ^^-alce-'l/AXATrVE'-BBOMO- Quinine .'Tablets.-, i-bruggists^r^fund, money'lf v,-,a* ltUBilB> to ..cure. b: W. iGROVE'S the Board of Trade, rcn .fiigriaturB. op'OftCh ""bcix. goo. ^ AH- > , >; . the privilege of alloyihg importers to 'i.ji. uiii.i, ^f,itov-'railwayTolIicials^,and niemhers; of the Board,;ot-:TradeiaMr';' E. A. Cunningham,--'.-who -has-ihad; twenty vears'-expenopce with.--rail-; wav,. de'nces, and -who' is still drawana royalties on.pitents of this nature/: ex-anuned 'the- switch ,y.esierdaki';.'^i's: verdict wbuld naturally carry. i s^MtJ^-weijjht, and ho 'prWounce'd it a ; wii^ ner ' , . ' It is the ;,siiupiicitv-. of; -this; S'WltcU tliat'wjll iippeai-to' railway � construe--lidn engineers, tt.is composedv;'ii,of:: only,' twenty-eight parts; ,and' -a"'-sysri tern of levers is used m'-place'of springs. Avires'and rods.^'This .isfe'a^ very commendable -feature; "as^unne^; cessary springs aiid wires are �regard:' eft 'as objectionable The extremely low cost qf instaiU-tion is vahotherpomt in;its tavqr.; Mr;', Budd claims that the ,:;4;'entire �swi-tfcli>; can: be' installed for vSSOO, -and:-;'tliatf: oiily one stretch of lail neqd be removed 'in doing '?o ' \ ^iv 'Budd oilso }ias on, exhibitibn a' :bolt-locked- tie "that fpl:on^lse^s"-tpv;be;i�a success if once tried out The rait held fast'bv a^bolt-evtended^ thrpugh c^a'mgq, ^ a i^ystom'-" whjch "dispenses '' the qommon^;stebl5iiie;"-wnerei�t|ic IIDMAN KICKS '.f 'lit. Discoverer of Alfgjd Consumption Cure GrowThg Cultures in Hotel ,^'New:':'Y'(J'rk, MaVbh S.^riuVwas' ^prn-ed:_3re^i;day that growing cliltures in 'an'^^improvfsed^lii-;:l3brat!biiy'^'in liis suitc" atw^tiib?;:Waldorf 'iAsloria:: � The installation-'Ot the la-boi'Woryjlt :waa saId,'^;had,i!brought ab-:out;:ia:-;controv6rsy betweeavthe Gerr m'an physician and the^-New York man ufacturer-s of: el60ti'io::ovenB;.;-' -; .,Th;^-^dootOT, reports jhaye. it; did;not like :Hihe: way the turnaoes.-rWere; cpp: iB^rucbed.; They were �ordered,' by Dr .Friedmann last SatUi'dayHfrom'-th'e �K'ny-tScheilr Company,,' dealers ;in;sur^ 'g'lcal insfruraents. Thip;;company got � i^be' furnaces tbroiigh,Elmer & Amend,' idejalers'; in; the type iof3eleotritar o-ven invented by Dr.; Thomas'B;"BY6es,^ as--; SiBtarrt' pAotessor of; chemistry at' Col-i' umbia University, j^'- '.: It was while Dr. :feledraann''was ex-;p�rim�nting-'witii-t^sf Irst'ol; the bv-: ,ePa- which he hadlrocel'^ed;;- that - he nad;-;trouble;,;-.He:Kadvbeen trying,to get:-a;,'.eonstant. tapipefatiire - for in-. tiat's where you peally live! ||g^llp��*S:fsA.^;;'ss:i,:,g;r * �it A'U'tThlrVeentti Str.eej^N.nrth Exclusl.o AqentE Tor Southern Alberta^ r 'j Pn6ne 536 MfBudd is-the,^Qanadian repre^oat a-tive of .-the'TMosby AVtomatte'.Svatolv coihpanv, ot .?aU Cityi.th^-tjfta-j I'adian ^headquarters being Le10ib?;i,^g,c,;' Mi;.. Budd. Ipave^ shortly uttci?lys;ain-' ablei tb, mak^,\5niv'char^es-'^g'JCinstHhEt' integrity � of thc'^;;Minister..-iO(:Agridul-^ tiu-'B,' as Harold; Riley;^statBd';^ day^ they,. would..*;Af ter.-.'^: gteat idbsiRl^: insinuatiott;-the' t\TO - investigatyrs a^^^^^^^ sblutely ; ^dr ppp ed':  their?'' instniuai ibiis? this �',;vmornmgwhen',;, ohallenged^'by� Fon: Malcolm McKenzie to" niaWo. their-charges 'before; �the^'proceedin^s, were carried further.:-Messrs^ and'.Riley,,made an:i'UndignMed:t.*�a,tT tempt :to withdraw.-: frdih the position' they. had.xtaken ;up 'and � endea.vor?d'i';to\ sav-ithat-:all-;;th'ey. wished ;to\'.:in^estl-7; gato-^was'-the,- system of.i;bookkespin.g-iri the government depai?tinehtg ;;H!'ThiS'y:irivestigatibii,!";6;^s4id*pD 'Malcohp;--Mclvenzie^^ "siSuatibiis'' that" sbmcth'ng thaiit ^,waB; :wroiig had,;beon'.done'ifndia/s'S9oti,Qn'i5it; the press has Certainly given theiputP ho': to;-.undef stand-,that;^:thBre;;�.waSV;Srfal' likelihood; :.that; sometllingiV,wronis.':|;wai going- to be discoveredji In connection ';with>:this: iJivestigatiottv,int6-; paytiierfts' made.to ..Hon;' - Duncanf iMarshalL^ThB' SusTi!' Mra.' Taft's" lady friends 1*� rn nlinWinp- tn. bnir hpr � rifnmnTld department -Rll^y i.would ' press has not conrmed It^ msjnua'bibrfa to the mannbr of ^hoOVkefcpin^ in' tliS '^"""' '^departme'"''' TtTetferrf Twpi�iHp Vandl bell^'!' P9 Me^sr^, Tweedte *Jand now 'prtdeUvir-'tri'VVBJiis "'If you arc'preparp,diV sald^^Honj Jt R, Goyle; 'Ho' sa;^ ttiat any ' bt' the monev was improperly 'approprl-f Lx-J 1 �4.n�* ri.C \,>r. MtrWl-i1f�n^ ;4�*;rp3:f;;aij^;;'^^ Hoixsehold Economy d �Haw to"flavo, tixo Best Oongh . Bymit "and Save $3, .by ', ' , MiadnK'It lit Homo, , are planning ,,to buy Jier a diamond li'eoklaoe^.as 'a'.farew-eilvgift. .Ot'cburse all the papers have, the' storyv ^i|t' don't' .6ay.; anything to-'"-her; It's to \ be a complete surprise. " *- tutes. j'' ""A,-reporter found Professor Frees at his tonJe yesterday, and asked liim; abourtie' report Ihfct Dr, 'Friedma'nn had--enda'ngered the lives'oi! his tartlq; baccUll by putting them" ^'under too;; muojtilidat. � '^ i  "1, know nothing -vyhatover about ,th^f,',' said Professor Frees. "All that i dp' know is that tli&;iPcubatorB," as v-well ,a,B'; the sterlllze,r, inpw in'Dr- Trfldnl'dAri's .use a,re In perfect ^ork- two f Pf"|X"'^f kto^abiut Tm�S! the-province wlpoh',.was'-de8lro:^od"u tng"order, and that they will pioduce St?s,�-ySvW|?o^d1yruTas ^ a wrecl^ on the-O.B.R.. 'at- Molaori the bes^ results if the ipatruptions are could buy , _ . T' Manftol^a, and Jor yhitsh ithe Ips^ �followed;';'Mr.. Webbti5;'has :a " '.....T I'liBpebted'the inoubatorsisince/Sun and has found them maintaining an i,'ave" as'mucii'tough syrup'as you could On sugpestion , investigate , ^ minister will-know"ivhat witnesties.to' .call to assist.,the cominft^e^ltt,;cleai-,ing up the matter." ; ? f -'l � �i.Ncither'Mr. Riley _h6r ;�Ir,.."l^vee�iile'�! Thad any reply ,to m"ak^, thou^*thBy' made a ludicrous ^atteiSipt Vt6 ico'er" � S team'8hlp',*3andi'M RSllway, TIcketB! FROM ALL POINTS'irj *j europe , ;>;,,'i^ Can he .purchased; on-, thlsiBide and forwarded" to -your f aiplly ;;oi friends. Our way of-handlltfp ' this business ls J, pfc--,-^,:"i-;S^,V;-i!-';.-r\'J:.'jMS ' s liniormatloniMo steamaffl p and railway ageiitBi;,,i!..Jf?, '' write- '� .  M r -H. E. UDMAN, Gen;i>phfc? 445 Main StVeet Winn'" GEN/iRTZ The an'd, ____ , -� ,the attention oftthe Nfttlpnilis At a recent caucus. oi,tii'gi'N|' a,l9rg^ majorl^ty' declared General Botha retaining the.pn sfiip), and, J:herefore,'^aB^a-,p;iirt Nationalists h'-'M \ Indian Ro^t PAU. W�\'j* .� ont of th. _ " " lomMlepp-diatpd 'T'guaran^i^WfS'fMtS sJitl8/;5.tlSil'o'r* i^anufactureV WnBrVn's irnvBinmoni' aT Mexloo'^Cltv, I Bionoy'.pfQippGyiei'bfunafia 'Boe%iWlth',thla>. .tories'in CalR'arM-J!frtf6>.left later fojf 2396 56 84 ;