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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 12,1013 , .,"1 i  ' 'sii'r^i^^ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Feeling Out Of Sorts? set you r^ght. Its {nvlg-ciratiag action on the liver and digestive. orfeaoB. vvIH clear yourbiaia and give you a trnvt tatereBtln worV'Of play. Take A' Bottle Home To-day. MIlilllllllllillllilllllllHIII as* �ACE8 01? TWO PARIS CRTMTl^ALH Two active aocotnplleae. of t!iB ^arls automobile bandits v;ho will servo long terms in the-penitentiary. Tliey excelled the men of the band In reck-less daring. Conservatives Allow Important Measures to Pass Through House iCominued trom Iront page) Man from Glengarry (Continued from front page). V i'My 'rfetct iB' a- goad deal safer than the minister's" retorted the Glengar-. Jan. . . ' Tliere'-was' fuf'tier cqmmotlon and Mr. Webster of "Brockville" shouted Bomothiiig 'that oould not be heard. �"If. the member .for -BrookviUe has the ^;couraj;e to say what he, wants to Bay, I win let hUta.", Hit Them Hard '"'Hoii'.'Q6nl;lBtoen: opDOBtte are Hl^e rubber... stamps; They >wallc in and they' walk.out: *.-ThBy do the ^barking, they oaniTOt,d&"a.'fly biting for they "are niUiiilea." " "Take thatVback," shouted Majof Sharp. f Boe^ the Hon. C|'ei;itlenian want a Chance t;an- anarchist.'! . be in power next session, or that the act was merely a vote-catcli-ingniacliine. He was in favor of direct legislation and closer connection of the government and the people. . Bills providing for amendments to were! the town act and rural municipailities act were moved by Hon. Charles Stewart and read a. second time.' to whether a hill going lutp detail e^Sustrongly petitioned tor by the people, to the kind of contract'-of agieement,] to he entered into or/present hill more aboutiD. D. D. and, also'about D. D. D, 8,6ap;'.-the great skin- cleaiiger. Cannot Hold Out More Than Week-Pitiable Note Sent to Porte Constahtinople, March 12.-A des-paiTing cry of "I can hold out only a week longer!" was sent in cypher by wireless today from Shukrl Paaha, the Turkish commander of Adrianople, to his superior officers here, according to unofficial reports 'today. Sliukri, who has held out for many mouths against the hundreds of alege guns- of the Bulgarians and Servians, ts said to have.lnfo'rmed the Porte in his message thait Adrianople is practically at thei.end of its supplies of food and amiiiunltion, while there is much sickness, especially scurvy and intestinal dtaorders, which are ravaging' the ranks of the defenders. The commander -who has. oftei-ed such a lojig.aiid gallant defence, urges �either that peace negotiations be ha,9t-ened, or that an immediate attempt to relieve the city be undertaken from the Tchatalja lines. The Turkish ministry Is divided in opinion, and has difficulty in Teaching a solution of the nroblem raised by the commander of the besieged fortress. - The ferment aroused by the murder of the late Nazim Pasha continues to threaten internal trouble In Tprkey. At a service held here today in memory of Nazlm, the-officiating Mussulman priest pronounced a malediction on his assassins, and on "those who have deceived the Sultan of Turkey, thc head of the -Mussulman faith." OF OFT WOULD KING GEORGE LIKE TO SEND BROTHER-IN-LAW TO CANADA, London, March 12;-As-successor to the Duke of ^onnaught for-Gpvernor-Qeneral of Canada; a small but pow-. eriul group is urging the, Duke^ of Teck, brother of- Queen Mary. The cabinet choice is: Earl Beauohamp; once governor of .New: South WaleS, Aus. lit IS said in court, circles that King George is not very fond of his brother-m-law and the Duke ot Teck is not popular with the British public, but the King, to.keep peace' in the family: might give: his relative:-an appointment' that, would take him away from London for several years. The Duke of Connauglit, who is the King's uncle,'Wishes to leave: Canada becauser the climate does not agree with the Duchess. Lieut.-Col; Adolphus Charles, Dakc ol Teck;% v/aS' born in 1868;; and married -Lady: Margaret Grosvenot, nid-un C>�Hal, RMem FumI �0 47C AaA T.t.lAs�l.(�ver)$6M00,000 Money Promptll^ Banked as soon as you receive it is much more likely to 'be saved than if you keep it around in the house or your pocket. It cannot be lost, stolen or burned, and ia far less likely to be spent. With a deposit of a dollar or tnore you can open an account -with the Union Bank, bearing interest, and receive a Passbook. Why put it off ? .... G. R. TINNING, Manager � .   A. B. KING, Actg IVIanager LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH daughtsr of the lirst Duke of Westminster. He is a personal aide to King George, and has acted as military attache in Vienna. During the Boer war lie served as cavalry trans-pott officer, and was much in the limelight, during the rc-mount scan-dal.s centering around iVIajot Stoddard. His brother, Prince Alexander of Teck, was mentioned for the post in Canada in last month's despatches. Wm. Lighten seventh Earl Beau-champ, was born in 1872 and owns 18,000 acres in Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. In 1889-91 he was governor and commander-in-chief of N. S. V/.; and in. 1910 was chosen as lord president of the council. The Countess Beauchamp was formerly Lady "Lettice Grosvcnor. TAKING THE G OUIETLY FIRST-PICTURES OF THE SaFFRAGiETTE PARAB]0:XN WASHINGTON FRENCH NOT AROUSED BY SCARE MEANT TO MAKE TAXES MORE PALATABLE Paris, March 12.-The French press, on the whole, takes a calm view ol the Cologne Gazette's article calling France a disturber of European peace and declaring - its belief that war.between the two countries is mevltabflB. Emile Marjard, writing in La Patrio snys :- 'i - "We have known fop a long time' the German squareheads are misohiev-ous> but became they, wear a pointed helmet they cannot .frighten us." The Echo De Pans prints an article from J^erlin and: consequently; not to be taken as expressing the opinion ci the government, adding."-^. .. "France would be culpable it she; replied to it. Once we: have rcrestab-lished our security by the three-year: ^military service .we are quite -willing to live on good, terms ;!-'(yith;:-Germ'any if she lis' willlug. One. condition .is that: it won't be at our; natioiiai expense " Jules Hademan,: in. Lo -Matin, : do-: Clares ;-- "What the emperor has said,: in vague and nebulous terms the:: Cologne Gazette, the - official 'organ of, the German foreign.:oflice,:tells in clear, precise language," The Temps says : "It is: always the fable, of the wolf and sheep, ,only this year the sheep' cannot ,be frightened to be eaten. It is the words used to impress-tthe public; and ;they overshot :the-mark.'France: has:;;;giv'en, during 43 years;: constant and decisive proofs: of its attachment to' peace. Young Frenchmen have reached the conclusion- that; the resignataon of their fathers; did not .disarm: the victor."'. How They EconomUe- ;~ Wife's daily- account: One-sixth dozen eggs .......,;J .Qg; 1 �pool cotton thread.........06 Ash man ,..........,..........10 Special �milk tor baby ......25 1 pound liver...................16 card; safety, /pins: -v-.' -i-: ;:'(�; �; -�;�-} -j,-; -Sf.OS; Street car' fare .......>......^ .10 Total ........................81, Husband's dally account: Gasoline '..............i...r.,. l.eTO Cigars ...................;..... 1.25 Beverages, ....."............... 3.45 Lunch downtown............. 1.10 Barbering and manicuring.....80 Turklph bath ................. l.gO Billiards ................ 2,S6 Shaking dic^ at club ......>..>,.atjthia season is'hardly to bel feared. � n Ought to' Get It "Incompatabillty. I want^.otte".and, my husband doesn't.";. ' ''.f.f""' "On what' grounds, madam,' do jou desire a divorce?" 1 IF YOU AREiA.! DRINKING MAN I ' ^:'i;:t^:;g"^:?S.;SSiS;^WS:sS;�f;ift|;;iy You had better stop^at once ott'y / 11 s lose your job. Bver^.Ilne' of''buBtne8s� j is closing Its'doors to'"Drinking""'' ' j It may be your turn next. By the i I of ORRINBj thousands of men baie ' been restoied to ll\es of sobriety and industry. - '  " \ Wei are so sure that OjREINE",^ *l I j benefit you that we say,'to 'you- that iC after a trial you fall'to liet ariyf,haneflt|j,^ from its use,,your money wlll-jbe re- ,1 fun'ded, " ^,'" .* When you stop "Drinking','.' th'iuk ot the money you'll save:;^hesldes',8C I .^12.S0 Acadia Blpolr, Le&brldgeir J-V'?a >' AUCTION 'siQKpi^ AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP ' v^} ^ At My Farm, 1*2 mile north of lExperlrWeptjil Fafm/fiection 1l/Town* 20 Head' 10 Head. 8 Hia^t 11 Brood Spw9. 1 Boar, g.Shoats'- ' J John Deere, Sulky plow'jwl^l: , breaker bottom; .>':!'!'4>1''!'>' 1 Gang Plow , ' '^mk 1 'l'";" Walklnglpiieayfjii 1,6 ft, Deerrng'Btin'der,\^",' -t:Vagons^ahd,'Democrat) ,^ � - 1''.L3rfle','P;iie�i|c88imt vipio eJ Jouil N tf, u noli. OttoUi-i .In "V* terest at, 8^ pjr cent ^ .7 ^ , ^t^L-* r,,^ A. H. 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