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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta m Wednesday MarcU Stli. 11)11 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace B HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE. COOLD NOT CROSS THE FLOOR PAIN WAS SO CREAT. MisB Hazpl Hobs, Winchester Springg, Oii(., wrilGR:-"I was troubled with niy kidneys for five years. They wore bo bad, lit times, I could not cross tlic floor for the pnin. The doflor oould nni; do me any good and ii friend advised mo to use" Doan's Kidney Pills. / tiought nix boxes nnd now 1 have been rvired for vvoT four yenra. I will recommend them to every sufTeror." No woman can be strong and healthy iiiilosR the kidneys are well. When the kidneys arc ill, the whole Ixidy is ill, for the poisons which the kidneys oupht to filter out. of the blood are lefi in the system. Then how importanl it must be to sco to it that this system of sewerage be not eloRged lip. Doan's Kidney Pills are a piucly Vegetable medicine, realizing quick, permanent relief, without anv after ill tTeets. A mcdicme Ibiit will absolutely M\re backache and all forms of kidney �nd bladder trouble. Doan's Kidney Pills are 50c. per box 5r .1 for $1.2.5. at all ilealcrs or mailed direct oir receipt of price by Tlie T, Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto^ Ont. If orderiDg direct specify 'Doan'e." Cl5 CATTLE RANCHER FAVORS RECIPROCITY [Won. A. J. Maclean Says it Means a . Great Future for the Province of Alberta O ELECTION DRINKS OR CIGARS ANY MOR^ Lanaing, Mich-., .March 7.-A bill rev-'eiutlonizing the present system of conducting political cawipatgns was Intro- Suced by Senator James iti the l^glsla-, are. The measure makes it unlawful for caudldates to seok votes by giving jP'Way drinks, tobacco, or other gifts, Rnd prohibits parsons from soliciting ifavors from candidates by promising |>hem support. Expenses are lltiiited to 15 per cent, of one y�ar's salary. Any priest, ndnister, or officer of any phurch or religious or other organiza-Uon who shall privately attempt to In-pu�nce votes 1b made guilty of corrupt practices under the bill. ESTIMATES WERE CUT IN TWO At the city council meeting yester-(Jay City Englncpr .\rnokt aubralfled two ostimatea for v.oik to be done at HoiKlersoii Park outside of the work to bt' done on the exhibition grounds. The first he rpcommi'iided and the second he did niii. Aid. Coode, chairman of tlie comnilttei', proposed to ro-Jecl ihf second eBtlin.itc and also to amend the first liy the elimination of � he large excnvatfon and tlie construction of a high cjuicreie wall along the north and south shorea and the iMKt end of the lake The engineer's recomnieiulatlon was as follows: flrnding, shaping sliure line, Itii.OUi) yards at ;iUc...... $27,uOO I'oncreti; slopf wall for shore protection, .'i,60i) yds at SH.nii ............ .�'iO,4i)U Cunal liilo lake......... 1(1,000 Trp.^s, etc............. ' ri.OOO Kfinrlng hall giTiind and repairs to grandstand ... H.ouo Btiihing beach ......... l.oOd Hue for work doni- 1910 over IHlo psiimatea..... 12.00o Two riisli"- lifidKes farvoniTroablM Hroncbisl Cougha \reak Voice Spring Vtotkmem Karly Decline Catarrhal AttteUom* Oatarrh ot Stomach NtgbtSwtata Obstlna^ Ceodha UkrySKltls and Dytpeinia be placed on wheels and taken out there. The chairman declared that to be unfeasible. O. U. Austin thought if they received verbal assurance from the Deliartment of Kducation they might go ahead and build a school j right away. On general principles, however, he favored t!ie van system A.iter-o..... atumttmtSximbti..... Mr Di��tM'�Man�..., etrMtaod Kunbor..,.. fo'-ei,i,'n speaking and their assimilation j and contin.ulng It until such a time id the Knglisli speaking people being j as the population of Hardieville v.'ar-niost desirable, the matter should be ; ranted a graded school. He pointed given careful consideration liy the lout the difficulty they would have In Lethbridge board. And It has been found that those k�rhs th�t are most effective In main- ^^^^ ,w_______ taming or restoring health, do so by ^j^^^j ^ Psyehlne. PIH out tn� , ,_ building up the white corpuscles or ^,^po, below, mail It to us and we'll � --it mnst be seBt.us-wo Phagocytes. give your druggist an order (for ; 'be aOe. bot; *   which we pay him the regular retail Theee herbs are Incorporated In price) for a 50-e�t bottIe_of PeychlM pgychlne. to be given you free of coat. ______________ot driwgirt and direct-- jti�. Thi� offer m�T }> any t^aa wlthoal neUso. reed upon anything concerning them. I The petition was referred to the city Hamilton'e Report .Suiicrvisor Hamilton submin.ud a report on the mai^ier, pointing out the, iie'.essiiy of action of some kind being I After almost an hotir's discussion taken and suggested liie running of a j along .these ' lines it was decided to covered .school van daily to Westmiiis-ilnform the delegation that in the ecuring a-teacher who could teach ! ^'''',^"*"'' ' The appeal of the Salvation Army the foreign languages and be able to do justice to a mixed grade school. Decision Reached ter school from Hardieville as a teiu-porarv measure. board's opinion tho best plan be the t-an idea* to ask them would to get 1 .Mr, .Mrtcken-.'ie, iiddressing the hoard saiii tlu.i the Hardieville residents would lik(> ro luive an expression of iiliinion so tli:it they would know whether the i^e.Iiliridge hoard would put ill a school or whether they should gii ahead and form a school district � hcniselvcs. He presented a petition .�signed by ill OS showing the number of children : 'Tie matter and to say that it believes of various seiiool agc.^ who would it inadvisable ta rellnqulRh any pan tend the scliodl. The van iiroixisltion i of the present district and further, to for assistance in their general work | .Covering the 'Cutt�rs in Western Canada was received and I Aid. Goode and Bowman were ras-fiieri. iponslhle for another motion dealing The proposed arnendments to the b,\ jw'jth a matter which the Herald has law dealing with the administration of;advocated for yeai-s, namely, that the the waterworks department was laid I engineer prepaie plans and an esti-ue u.e viw ,, u;�,, i"^'^'- ^Id. Goode objected to consid-j mate of cost for grating of iron or oth- the people of Hardieville to get togeth-1^'�'"'^ '"^ '^'P"" f''""^ havingler suitable mawn.l to cover the gut- ,,H toll, .1,^ ,,r,,,,=,i ovo^ If th^i^ad an opportunity to look it over, the ters between the curb and the croM- .'report having been sent in during theifngs. Aid. Oliver expressed hi* approv meeting. The schedule of rates, how-jal, and the motion passed. aft�r Aid. ever, had been considered before and | Goode iiad spoken of the trouble it was adopted. Parke and Boulevards The parks and boulevards came in Whan a man did-not vote on the mat-| lectrlc lljshting plant on tho flrat of 1" ter. the minutes would show that andlthe month. A special meeting j|,th� protect htm against any acciijation of j council takoa place on MoBdajr "mrmn-voting for his own Interests. ling to consider appllcationa for , people of Hardieville wish it a dele-: eation of two from the school board j will go out and explain the matter I to a meeting. A motion 'Was also passed instructing the secretary to acquaint the De- position cm-ducted by the late .7. O. Bell. Snowfalls are tiuil� frequent hfr* ( late t CONS^mACY caused people wheeling baby carriages and the danger to old people. &HAROE WA* TAKIN UP Toronto, March 7.-The flgnnptfafer charge agalnat �. Mord�n. Many wltneitwi have -h-MtS^ Women .miffer Gall parks, but nothing had been de- of font' tenders. cided upon wltli regard to .^daras pa;!; -- "� land the general boulevards all over I ITEMS FROM PINCHER CREEK the city. j Pincher Creek, March 5.-The pro- Aid. Oliver i bought the council jducllon by local talent of "The Nauti-should confine its work on boulevards I cal Knot, or the Belle of Barnsta-to those already started, but the may-ipoole," is announced for Wednesday or pointed out that It was cheaper fo^and Thursday evenings, March 15 and make the boulevards while Ihe streets ;lt>. In the neighborhood of .'4 ladies were being graded. He thought the j and gentlemen take part in this musi-council should make a tour of the cilyicuj comedy, which la a sister play to "Sylvia." Bumper houses will likely greet this local company on both "That a bylaw be submitted to the rateiia;.ers to provide ilie sum of $100,-Oun for improvements to the agricultural grounds section at Henderson Park, rejiayabie as follows: .?B0,000 in fv.'o yt-ars to 'b^ repaid by moneys accruing from gueen Victoria Park; cii must knew where tjjey are at in supplying the money for it. The motion carried. Proposed Spur Track L. .M. .lohnslone appeared hefore the council in support of a petition from I Ut'iO.iiOii in ten years, and tliat all ex-1 the Farmers Lumber Co , the Riverside ipenditures under the said bylaw be | Lumber Co., Hecker & Yates and the jmade only witli the apjiroval of theiDavidson .Metal Co., asking the council :.1oint coinmiltee of the city eouucil andjto give its .ensent to the construction and see what should be done. The secretary remarked that the city had already spent $21,000 on bottle-1 nights. vards. from which they got no return' On l'"'riday last Mr. G. W. Mitchell In the way of local improvement tax- and .Mrs. Cox and daughter, brother es, as the work had not been coinplet- sister and nelce of the late E. J. Mlt-,ed. Finally. Md Goode moved that the chell left for Vftnco�v�r. Mr. Henry Iparks and boll^vards committee, the .Mitchell is remaining in town for jiome I mayor, the city engineer and the parka, ti-tfe for the purpose of looking afteir and boulevard superintendent siioidd:lhe winding up of the estate, make a toi" oI the city and report ! Callahan, who is now an em- on the wo '. !u be done. ,ployep of the Calgary Power Ce., at Coming lo b.'liws. Aid. Frajne's an Kananaskis. was In town during the clent barbi-ii vi.r bylaw came up, hut.week, .visiting his numerous friends was refer-cd lick to the 'oiidtor to here. He returns on the first of the be re-dra''i(.fi. The gravity system ; week. report was al.so laid over tor a -ini.?. -Messrs. Cumberland and Hendoraon, Bye Election Date who have Rone into ijartserahip as auc- With rerarrt to the bye-elec.ion io'i"np�''8. valuators and general agents, fill the vacam . caused hv the ieith ''O''' "i^''' """s* sale of horees. etc., at iof .\ld. Tllley. Aid. Bowman pointed '-angion's livery stable on Satiirdayj Out that it is necessary to pats a bj- M�,i:� than Men. Women have more than tiietr gtar* of the achee and palna th�|l sTntct ku nsanity. f kier giuat "kMp up," In apto . of conatantly aching baeke, or h�ul|f ache*, diaiy apellB, etc. Mra. BdwardyJ Calwood of 13S 8. Harold Street. Fart WiMlam, Ont. aara: - , > �I suffered with dull, inig�iM|ia poins, aoreneee acriMi'a ay badk Ud in my sides for mentha. Tber i|iO�U ' co/tob me to bMlly at tlmaa .tiMlfl �ould �oarcaly move around. I wiitoM have dizzy apelli antt ahogethg^ Mt, igenerallT ran dawn. After vti^4k^:U JBunib^r of remedlea withont milBg relief, I learned of Beoth'a Whiay Pills and found then an emallaJhtiwn-^l edy. They not only reUaved a|| of f the mi'seraMe, paina aad'aoroneaf In i my back, butjcurod ia� �( my WJnay,'. ! trouble. next. the aRrUiiltural society." iof a spur track on Ihe lanes through!"";. \','.rmi'nu'Vda^r7oilinK �prnTea an^^^^ S^'Hhworth i� moving her mil-l .'^iich was :lu. motion made by Ald.tho first row of blocks south of thej j,.,/,^ officers. ' This would neces-P^^'o--" '^'>�' Bowman at the city ccuicll meeting, I'tiilway from Kmily street to Wes'" igitate considerable delav t'^- i ,u idt'd Jiiilldiiins .11 Ihc exhibition grounds. ^ i i, Ihc di.-^. is.sion, .Md. Bowman tookl'" I'l^f '^"nsent of the council. !koiiic i^.'.cciiiion to tlie $100,000 ask^d ' .Aid. Howiiiau noticed that the A. R, east of the j The secre , tary-treas.irer suggested having the by A >ip-io-dat^e 'eti'aurant is being op-j laws and the hye-election on the same^"*" '"P 'he Scott block. Over �1.-dav, which could be in about a month. has been expended fl''t'"'es- ' This was considered a good Idea, as Complaints are .helng made that boys agri.-ni hamper the society, but he I tlte nuile of Qn� thorough application of Zom-buk at night will bring �a�e by morning. Zam-Buk atep� the amarting, h�als thm erack*, and mahot tho hands vnooth. '^v IPBOOF-^MIsa Hikttie Bertrand, Gftletburg, Out., wl-if��;�-"I wa* troubled with ohappsd bsods and arms and nothing ever iieemed tn haal them thoroughly until wo found Zani-Biik. It has otu'cd tiivui. My father has a.Uo used it; for several ikia troubles and iojuriai, and i.liiok8 there ii aothiug like Zain-Buk." K^otheri siiould bo* that their obildren uaa Zam-Buk daily, oit thore ia nothing like prevention. A little ^sng-Bitk lightlj^ smeared over tho handa and wrists, flsr washing, will proveat ohap* and cold sores. Zam-Buk i> also  (u re curs for akia diieaaes, acstms, itofa, rlnvworm, blood-polsonintr, ptlos, and for oni*. burns andf bruises. 60a box stsfl stores end drugfgists, or post (res from Zsm.Buli Co., Toroito, l�r prlos. KcluM aarmCui aubttitutcs and Imitations. b.. I'll nol " ;: did liol liiiiik tney knew exactly wliat]the.\ had not Hiey wauled. The menvbera disagreed;also liial ilicre were some residences a.. Ill liir uniouiit wanted. Aid. Oliverjon the lots along the route. He said th;.' Jiu'i.tiuu would not be a cent thought Ihc city should take steps to , too luticli to spend lo prepare to build gVifeguard it-i'lf against damages that nf;s for the l''ll fair. Aid. Bowman raighi, be cluiined by these owners, called attciilioii 'o the $10,000 provid-'lle poiiiteri nit also that the petition ed for an imu ranee to the grounds. He; called for permission to use the lanes would mean holding only one more ��'�^ """^'f,'* 'o V^ny hookey on the uliiiral society. He did & 1. Co owned several blocks along ! regular meeting without having the va-^''''^^'^ o" ^'""lay*- EVERY HOME NEEDS IT. 1 did not lliiiik that necessary and .-^id. Goode ngreed with him. Aid. Sage wanted information as to the money from the sale of the old agricultural grounds. He had never' seen a statoraeni showing what money, had been received for the lots sold,! the moneys that were coniiug in, and , the number of lots remaining unsold.' The statement -produced showed that, the property provided atbout $75,000. \ Aid Sage pointed out that the amount could he \ oted without borrowing money by the city, whereas a bylaw for $100,000 would moan uorrowing on the city's oredtl. Aid. Howman pointed out that tbej council could hypothecate the moneys due from ilie lots already sold in Q'KMju \'ic('iria Parle, They could not gei longer than ten year debentures on frame buildings stich as would ha erected. Legality of Grant Th�ie was 'not much discussion on publicity mutters. About tho only' thing done was the passing of a motion of Aid Sage's, that the city solicitor bo asked to give his opinion on i the legality of carrying out the recom-' menflfttlon of tlie puhllclty committee that a grant of $0,000 he made the ! Hourd of Trade. The legality of t'le .c.iriii: had been quoslioned, and while _ ��: city niust hafp E^loh,y, the ooun�j jpp anil not llie streets. Authorities said hat the ccincil had no control over the lanes if ihe property owners a,^- the proposed spur andjcancy filled. It, would be necessary igned the petition, andjio i,oid a special meeting in order to; get tills done, however. it was, therefore, moved that a spec-' ial meetiita be called on Tuesilay. JIarcli H, for this purpose. ^ At this special meeting the other by ' laws that have boeu standing for some! time will be considered. i Inquiries Anawercd ] "luquiries" formed the next order of; business. Aid. Sage wanted to know when the committee on coramisBion | government ivas going to report prog-i ress. The mayor again explained thai' tho matter was ibelng left wer until j after the pressing 'buslneea of local improvements was dealt with. He will call a meeting of tho joint conitnittee In a ^lort time. I The Gait atraet crossing came up | and the mayor explained that Engineer; Driiry had arranged for a watehmau and he saw no reason why Lethbridge should pay any share of the expense, i tn reply to Alderman Oliver, the mayor aald that the plans for the overhead bridge had been signed by himself and the secretary, and sent to the rail way commission for approval. Provision was made in the plans for extension aidewalka, and the ch.tngcs suggested by the city engineer had lieen made Record the Vates fJnder the order of new ousinees. Aid. Ooode and Bowman moved that in future when a vote is taken in council the reoords of the minutes Include i the names of those voting tor and against the motion. Aid. Ooode ejcpleinod fhat this was to protect mem*er� who happened ro be identified with some PH^Uompany.. -cofioevned iji tlje motlo% Our town authorities took over the � ELUiyON MILLINC tl^LVAIoil CO., LTD AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 9 AT 1.30 P. M, AT ei� 2NO AVE. SOUTH (FORO tT.). Y W. L. WILSON-AUCTIONEER Lnetructed by itr. Atiiinaon, w4io ie leaving the oi�y, I will sell the following wltljout reoewe-- 1 oak sideboard 1 oak ext. tiible 6 diners 1 mahogany settee p centre tables 1 couch 5 carpet inoa/ea 3 rockers I E^arly ESngUcb leather upholstered rocker 1 chiUoalei 1 dreiaer t wash stands 1 wardrobe 'A iron beds compleie 1 babys hammock, new. 2 cots TERMS CASH. 3 toilet sets 1 kitchen table Kitchen chairs 2 haacera 1 �-hoIa range, reservwir and warming ctotiet Kitchen uteaslis Large i]uantity ef floor oilcloth- A number of fancy oraamema and China diehec. .41so a silver cruet etand, fancy biscuit jar with sllw top and a large number of fancy dollies, and afternoon tea cloths. AUCTIONEERS' PHONE 1023 -tt,Utll.,>xJu,.J^Jjt.____4.- ;