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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ruesday, Maicb 14,1911. DAILY I1ERALI> > , (^bu^jftji^i'ja Hurry 'Save �2;b> MaRl^g Thl�!ceugh  ^yi*up t-.Hom*.-.. ^ . This recipe niakes ICounces of better v.^uuh syrup Hiaii you cquld buy i'^lidy-made for ?2.50. A few dosoa .i�ually conquer the most obstinate cinujl^,- stops en'on whooping cough ..ajuM)Je,a�j, it fs, no better ritnedy canvbe'Haa'at any price.. MU two cupB of granulated sugaf with one cup of warn wiiter, and stir for 2 minutes. Put. 2% ounces of J'inex (fifty cents' worth) in a 16 oz. bottio/ (lien add tlio Sugar Syrup.. It has a pleasant taste and last.s a farri' lly ft lone time. Take a teaspoociul every one. two or threo hours. Yoti can feci. thiSj '.a)[e hold of a cough in a way that cleans l)UBlnutlo� of seed grain lapses place on the 27th instant. At- Kiop station the distri-�liutton. including Diamond City. Noble and Monarch ap-plicarfl.B, /akas place on the ;iOth instant. All applicants were notified last week by letter of tbe change of time. leavht will have hlephones (Special to the Blerald) Leavitt, March 13.-A change in the mail sei-vloe has been made. Wednesday and Saturday are the mall days riow. Th^s, it believed, will give 'better sivtisfaotion. The meeting in Oard�ton on .Mar^h .Sth re rural telephone, lines di^cidied in favor of rural lineiB for liCavlli and LAlountaiii View. Thia will put both towns in touch with eaob other and also with CardBtou. PATROLMAN 8HOT IN ROAD DAYLIGHT -Minneapolis, .March 18.-Although tiearly a dozen patrolni.on were within a radius of 100 feet and it was broad daylight, two burglars shot down Patrolmaril .Joseph Vermefte at Wash' Ington anU Hennepin avenues this morning and escaped down an alFey leading to Tlrirt) street. Vernnettc received a fldsii wound In tbe uijper part o' I'.e rifht arm and is not s-er-�Irjusly hurt. OPEN BIG HOTEL 'Winnipeg. March IS.-Tbe, Princl^ Arthur Hotel will be formally open-Hfl on Tiiesda.v. The . hotel management will give a luncheon at noon to I ho city officials and local and Winnipeg newspaper men, .Many officials of the C. N. R. will also be prp-nent. In the evening a big dinner will lie held under the auspices of the R. M. and G. Hospital Aid. CANADIAN TOWNS TO POSTER RACING Vancouver and Victoria to Have Month or More of Horses in June and July-Box Law Victoria, .Man-h n.--The din has been cast and. in tlu- fiice of the sirenuou.'j oppoBilion which it Is expected will dPVfilon, there will be hor.'se racing both in A'icloria and Vancouver this Slimmer. Tlio country ,cliib has nt-Tcetl that thf ponies will vnt through the preliminary stagesj j,Bsembled on the Willows Hack beforp Police ifagistrate Denison.' with the result that .Messrs. ,7. J. STRATTON ACQUITTED Toronto, March 14.-The last of the so-called Farmers Bank cases were Washington City Society Girls Prornote "Back to Nature" Idea Washington, .Vlarcli ii.-Unalers in corsets are not pleased wjtb tbf latest fad of fbo Wasliln^jtoii smart .sot. On excellent authority it is said lliat to be strictly nowadays a wo-njun must discarnp!y �ntiwtjlJc, ingp' C'd w.;h ovtry Ir'-fi'li, maiicfi brciithiiK Bfif.y ; ('.llK'4 1 }ib eyre thrfi-' nri't r'i>ir\ the 0113 i. 8�(iur:rrr r.'arul nu'Hts IL Ij^ invalu-bbla Id inolhurs w.lli j i.i;nK ch idron. ScfiJ \i� po&tal fur dudcriptivc b..!.i;li>t, ft-jj Try f^mnnlBTim Atiti-�aptlo rua t letti tor ttio iiT.t.ted thro ft. 'Ih**y am--r-iiiu, e^er.-ive aitJ nnt)4' o u r dr i/y -t or frum U9, lOc. In fet.unpi. Vapa Crcsolene Co. Lociinip^.Milea BIdtf, HONTREAt. KEHO STRONG FOR RECiPROCHY The Saskatchewan legislature yes-! terrtay discussed the government ele- I vator' bill. An "m�'>^out oflered, Hgjjrthiirii, Gas, and DyH- iCieo LangU'v, was carried by a largo] ' '  *' 1 non-parly majority, by which the I new comimny will be known'a.n the Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator I Co. and will have practically unlin*-|iicd powers. It will be able to deal i not only in wheat, but in privctical-ly everything else. Nikolay Hryeska, the Galician iclmrged with the murder of Harry R. ; .Spalrling at the Pembina subway l�.st ! N'ovcmbcr, was found guilty of man ; pepsia, and otherStom-ach Misery VanisheH If what you j,UBt ate is ioiirliiK OB your BtomacU or Ilea Wee a lump ot lead, refusing to digest, or.yOu.belch| Gas and . Eruct�te' sour,'undlKeatflA| (ood; or have a .(eeUng of DtHlneH,| H?>artbnrn, Fullness, Nausea, Bad tattc I In maiith and stomach headag!it or ten later. �__ It is reported the C.P.R. will ' purchase the Pete Marquette Rail- j way. Electric Restorer for IVlen PhoSDhonoI restores every m-ivc in the Ijo.iy ' '_to us ptnpirr tension ; rcslDrej vim and vitality, i-'reniatuie d^-^iiv :ind rie.' wenkness averted at once, Pl:i>i*phoHOl v;iU m.ike you n new man. Price S't .i i-^. r�r twa foi Mailed to anv addre. Montreal, March IS.-Several bi^ dred immigranta of a good, clasa, advance guard of over ten thousand, arriving this week from Great BrltaUli by various steamers, reached Mont*, real today, , The .great majority ^ these, are bound for Western Canadn.v (.'algary, .March 13.-The question of the reciprocity agreement between Canada and the United .States has been taken up by the directors of the Albcutii Live' Stoclv asspciations. Tti^y havfi been asked to e.vpress their bpi'iiion in writing and from the re--plies received up lo the present tinre, thirty-one are of the opinion thai the propose|l ngreeini.'jiU is in the best in-teeesls'of Canadayand six do'not favor the agreement, '.\cting "on'this vote, the following ' resolution has been forwarded to the lion. \Vm .S. Fielding, minist^u' of finance, Ottawa: "Tlu; director.s of the Alberta Breeders' association, Alherta .Swine Brcciiers' association and .Alberta Cattle llre.cders' association are o' I he opinion I hat it is in the besi interests of Cniuida thai; the pro posi'd rccijiro'clty agreement between Canada and tbe (Initcd .States should j be accepted, and express the hope i. |''fhat tlie agreemi>nt wHI he pa'esed bv j the governments of Canada and the United States." 3> 1.-)0 strong from California and numbering 50 from arlier pans, on Mnv Warren and W. S. Morden ro for trial 20 and that the meet will continue for on the charge of hypothecating Farm-ei's Bank notes, whlie -Mr. ,f. R. Strat-ton, charged in the same connection, is aerniltted. , A Regal Head lUow often do we boar or see this expresBion used in describing a beau-liful woman. Denude the head of its hair and iu-siead of a queenly, royal bearing we have a fright. The hair makes all the difference. To have that glorious abundance of radiant hair which always crowns "a regal .bend," one should use Newbro'a Herpicide. ilerplcide represents the last word In scientific hair culture. It destroys the dandruff germ, checks falling hair and corrects generally, diseases of the hair and scalp. The positive results and Us delicate seven days. This is as lonir as It can go'under the TH'Csent Uominion reRu-latlons. .\fter finishing here tbe horses will go to Vancouver, where racing will commence on the .Minora track on .lune V. ft is e.vpeclcd that I he sport will last longer In the Terminal City, arrangements having been made for several organizations to take over tbe management each week. Thus the federal law,s will he obeyed to the letter and ihe mainland enthusiasts may e(l.|oy the sport for-a month or more. Later Ip the year ilic horsemen will return tf)'tbe Island 10 partlclpato In a week's racing In connection wiibj the annual Victoria exhibition. [CHAUFFEURS IN NEW YORK WILL GO ON STRIKE N'ew York, March l,'l.--In addition to the strike of union drivers em-but refreshing odor recommends Nev,r-j ployed by tho .4dams K.xprcEB Co., to-bro's Herpicide lo ladies of refine- morrow n'ili see a walkout of HOO laent everywhere. chanffours employed by the two .taxi- Send 10c in postage for sample bot- cab companies if an order voted by lie of Herpicide and booklet 'to The the chauffeurs nnioii today is obeved Herpicide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich. 1 Tb� tavl