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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TticMiay. M'M'vh 14,1911. THE T>ETnTJRiPGE DATT.Y HEHALD _________L....... - TeaTimelalks Tea Spoils with Age * No tea is fit to drink after it is two years old. That is the age Hmit of tea quality and benefit. The best tea the freshest. *'Sfila(U** Tea owes much of its world-wide reputation to its sale fresh'from the plantation. The leaves are fresh picked every week the year 'round: then dried, sorted and packed in airtight lead packages. Every five weeks a new picking of *9alada" comes fresh from plantation to purchaser. Bulk teas, carried year after year, lose their (reshaeair SEAMEN'S STRIKE CLOUDS HORIZON Y�vtr 9�U Aih your vrocsr for ** fl�taila" Tea \1iite Wnnieii -More Smallpox Seares. DRIFTS BLOCK THE C. P. R. (From Our Own Correspontlent.) |llie Tcrwaahips to Moiureul's -Vloiilrpnl. March Kf-Its KOiii>; lo''"^ Si. Lawrpii,-h.:'"I" Sherhroolye'B new power liousc, llilK 8Pa.-irm. guy the old s;ilis. b-IiIi f:nr|a"Tpun.v, nBdcr fbp new inauiiKe I Dominion. Siilliiiif dales arf set ear-f'**" P'.'M's nfoot, which jlll In shape to giildp the )iloneer vps- ^Is diocese, and curiosity has reach HPl of Mill safely fnini thf' spa to hpr "d bubbling point. In society oirdes berili on the waterfront. "� to how MIbr Alice .Shaujfhnesapy, There in one iloiid in the aU\. The!'^''' Thomas ahaUKhnessey'n eldest ' lonK-rimiored searnens airlke ajippars iRolng to get the knot tied ,U> be srnwinfi Into KompihhiK i'cal. |t 1 ^^en she becomes the wife �>t Mr. H Is a move by the sailor.� usaltisl th.-'"'- Heanclerk. .MisiB ShaiiKbnesgey International ShlDplng Kpdfi-atlon. aad I" '''�""e Romftn Catholic, aiii .VIr. an'Pfts all men who Ko down to the bpa ," Protestan'. House'? Ill ships the world over Owners and i J"Sl across the border line, is I .Montreal's Gretna Green; but it \a', HELD MAN mcop CAME win rival' Wounded Woman Gave Would-be Murderer Over to Police Snow Plows at Work Between Macleod and Mountains ~ Strong Winds do Damage Op�cial to the Herald). Macleod, March 18. . iVIms .1 Forrest, of Chatham, N. B., has 1,akeii � po.sltidii ill Hie post oHice here (i K Noiirsf, QiuuaK'''' of I he flank of ("ntnmp.rce at Lelhbridgc,  pent, today in Macleod. The Pincher f'rcek Dramatic- Cliih vill present the musical fai:fe enlil-Jert, "The .Vautical Knot," in the town liall on Thursday niKhl, .March 23i;d It will be remembered that this (XJtnpaiiy presenled "Sylvia " lici'p last winter and they were wnrttf ]y welooracri. The weddlBK of Miss .\iin\v D Harr Phalniers, of Kilwiniiing, Scotland, to Mr. George V MacDonald, \ oar was lilowti from the siding tit Peurbe tu Monarch . The railroad weiit jif Macleod is also . t led up foi- a sluu i t line everv ion acooiini of the wind drifling t.he , snow ami blling up the cutB. There are three snow jilows working on the line from Macleod t.o Crow's Nest, and there are seveinl large d'lflu near Uuriiiis and i'owley. The east-hound flyer wa>; delayed nearly ten hours yest.erdav before the roail was cleared -Montreal, Mai-ch IH.-Afler she bad | been �hot In the bead by I'unhliie Manl j co. an Italian. Mrs. Anronln Francisco ' captured the man who made the at-j tempt on her Ht� and turimd him ov-, er to Constntile Lacombe, of the Seip-1 neur street station. The shooting occurred at .Nfi-s, Pranciec-o's house, and altboush there were a dozen men and a couple of wo-; men in the house at the tiir�e, the po-Rgents or vesselH hero are watehlns I f,'"""'*''" � . ^ " i lice were unable to learn what the .keenly for the results of the me.etm,^oli"'^''''3- t^"'^' *' n�^nsRary to go|,,,,,b,^ ,.he international Congress of Seamen,;'""'�e. althougli there have Iteen many inside the door .'which is being held In Antwerp, and ""'^'""Ss In the little boundary town ^^^^ ^ revolver from his coat pocket , whleh will dncidP the stand to be tak- '"^^ account of the ban. There pointing it at Mrs. Francisco, pull the en l.v sailors and stokers in dpallni:l"'' other mixed marriages which are I I wlfi, thP shipping master... i causing trouble also, but they are not i Hangmen Are Scarce '� ^'^ mentioned. In the same breath those are the union of Chinese men to white Women.; Orienta. ......, ,p ownea the floor to escape Is lianginR ob.soleie'^ Sheiitf l.e-i tiilpux, of .VIontreal, ime! street, and he, hearing the woman's DrPRICrS CRKAM BuuNG Powder Mat99 from Purm Ormgtm Ormmm mf r�rter Itt purify, wfaoiMomeiMM and superior leavening qam&t are never quettioiiecL NO ALUM-NO LIME PH08FHATC Alam to a pewatfal aaWagaat �e�l4cd imtanl �aaUtt��. awlac to wUea, wkca taken IntcmaUy la aomelant taantMy. It to aaMMc ane pnraatlva. aatf nay aooa eanae latail aaatoa-Intcstloal Inflawiiaatl-L make good husbands, hMi the authori-! shouts hurried itp Fulford street to MPS do not approve. jthe gcene of Ihf shooting. Mrs  ; Smallpox It Spreading I Francisco turned .Mancio over to the Although the Provincial Health au-1 policeman, accusing him of having al-i ithorltles say they are not in the least ; tempted to murder'her. and then show! : alarmed, it ig evident that the dread ;ed the wound In her head caused by i .p. 144. "The use of alam an4 aalta olalaaiaBa ii akoold be proUblteO.'*^-^. Vf^ HmrnniOdt. Hotiom thai mil mdvuHlmmmmrtm of iho chaap haMn^ pawOmrm oonoeai iha ppmaeinto of mimaf Thaimim^ raaa iho latml. for 1 been eliminated from the finlshtn. LETHBRIDGE SLOGANS Hdiior of ihe Herald; Svir,-Haiie'-H a 'auitible slogan 1-ethbrldgp: "Leihbridge for location, The coming lown of her na'tion. Her coal mines are of yotnth, And sbes the leader In produce T, Q, S, for ^disease, smallpox, has by no means .Montreal dis by the isolation of the three ens es discovered here In as manv weeks, for tilal who may he convl � ed ^-p^ere arc suspicions of further out-I Fro:r Town to Country ; breaks, and several suspect., are tm- ' Canada,- laige,- cities have not yet , der surveillance. K woman Is belne solved the problems of trunsportinj ' carefully watched in .Mnisonneiive, and I lie great crowds which daily throng to Ibree children have been placed in a Jibe business centres in the morning i vacant house in the north end with a I and disperse towards the outskirts heroic trained nurse. .The medbal an-. each night. . Workei's have to work to Ihorliiea are doing their utmost to keep get to work, and work to get back the cases C|ulet with a view to nipping! hnnip again. .Montreal is disgraceful any pulilic unrest in the bud. Montreal Mil this fpspecl, and acknowledged so. ' has noi forgotten the trying liniPR of � Hpr street railway is alisolutply Incap- ^ '^RS and ISSc, when hundreds lost their 'able of handling the people who llvpj lives. |iii the suburbs. But a change is com-i Cures for, Insanity bv the bullet. SOCIAL RUSH TO OTTAWA SOCIALISTS AT SWEET GRASS DOPE PIEND SENTENCED London, .Maj-ch 13.-For siealiug a.u overcoat when under the influence of a drug, Douglass McConnell. son of woa-llhy pureiiis here, was fiontenced to six months in the Central, lug, Ttip developmeni of the suburban I A cure for insanity, discovered bv! B""t'�rv'. H. \. O.. Scots Guards, irollpv Bv�r-etn, such as thev have In ! Ur. (Jeo. Hobertson. of the Rovol Kdln-i "�''''^' Highness the the States, covering miles upon miles I burgh Asylum for the Insane, has been '^^ *^onnaught, arrived In Otta- and connecting town after town, and i reported, and artendin,; physicians at "'"^ Saturday, for the purpose ot with it the developmeni of much now  the Verdun and St, .lohti de Oieu asy-Inaccesshble country is no longer ailunis here are so much Interested that tiiiestlou for the future around .Montre-1 an effort is lieing made to send a spe>' state chairman J. D. aelby, i of the Montana Socialists, and Sec- Becomes Governor I �^^'^�"'^ ^ Duncan. tJie sweet Orass Decunies vaoveinor | ^^^^^^ Socialist dub takes its plaoo pi , among the state's brotherhood of poli- Oenv.-iai ; ^^^^^ ^^j. advancement of the Ottawa, March 1.'.. -Ciptaln T. rIv ' l"'''iclPlos of Soclllsm. A meeting of I those Interested in the party is vailed j for Tuesday, March 14. at the Undo j ENGLAND LOANS OFfieiAL London, March IS.-The AdilAlraHy tt�s loaned J. W- Oliver, aterefeMVsp at Devon port, to tbe Canadian savavD* ment for six months, to arganlM a supply department for the OoqiiDloii �avy. Could Not Walk Ten Yards Without Resting. WEAK HEART WAS THE CAUSE. ship at that time was twelve. FRENCH CAPITAL FOR ALBERTA COAL UNDS , i attOTdance of those intMosted was 30. i pill I have ever us�d nad 1 tam �Sn- H ; T, ' '^"^ oonneeted with t.lie mend them to all .tJffa^*? **' the fall there is al-j org.s.nimtlon are running msb, ^ Wiousands of people go afaMt thai 'I'hc Montreal Star says: "A French e.iMi)an> . which is intended to develop ,iiiri iinaiiie ininitif: and industrial f.iiipositif'ii.s in i'niuida, lias been iirpaui/.cd in Ptiris under the name of i ompagi'iu [�'raneaise ri'l-.;tuiles an Ca-nad.i "Tiir piesidiiit r> Mr fienrges Mar-t;i;, joitiieiU inspector of llnani'ps. ptcvidpiii 111 the board nf coiilrol oi tile c,,ii!pioir li'Ksccunpte, manager of the Ttairiu,i/s I'ompani, etc. ��T!ie ((impaiiv is enmpospil of iiipii ^ pioiiiiiient iii l''ieiieli linance and in-) and Mr i' (iiisli\ such is .M (iastoii IJi'eyius, j jjfifi iiiiniup making prelimianry arrangements fot the coming of the fiomlnion's first, F?oya! Governor-General, Captain BnlUley, it is understood ; is to be the Comptroller of tho House-1 bold during the Duke's (enure of of �flee, Altbouglu tlie in the oily until j ready every indication that much is jto be added to tbe social life of the ; capital, and cause a considerable In-Iftux of society people, oartlcularly during the season. I time to time to lecture. There is a 1 There is reason lo state tbut �l-j possibility that a party tlo.het will be ready many of the host �uit�s at tik'ij placed before liie votors at the com-isiennc, etc Mi Rodolphe Forget, M Chateau i.aurier have been spoken j (ng election of school trustees on Ap^ F , wliu has been so largely instru- for, .American social leaders being! ril fsi. iiieuiai in iiitcre^tiiiE Freiich capital-; vei-y prominently lo the fore in Uiatj -----�--r- liiiHiicie's in Canadian sc-; connection. Sam Hotel. At that time the orgaul-1 k H^'-Hf^'.""? '^�"'"�- Rogfwille. .ation Will take on a permanent form,! ^ft'oril^'th afteT ;inri tihe future plana of the organisa-i Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I was Hon discussed. At an Informal meet-1 troubled with a weak heart and y. afraid to draw a long bireath lor the naiiT it- >t would cause Bie. 1 could not �|�,r,t night, and it was jup^ble for Be to ing held >i few days ago Peter O'-Lauhlglu was elected temporary chairman, and S. VV, MItchall secretary. ...j. -iST'T----. "~ The number to sign Uleir } ^:it,'o^^g',^*-47,�5^^^  rw�lr. The I and Nerve Pills, tor tAy w fia^tost and the membership Is expected to 2�>fy '""k on a� va^afii^ifcj^^ reach tlie 50 mark. It. Is tte Intention -of the club to brlTig Hoclallsts of national repute to Sweei Grass trom Kphrusi, the Har.fiue de I'l'iiion Par-' nrcsidei:! ot the .Syndicate of BaiKpiiets en \ aleurs a Terme ; -Mr Boiideli. ilirector (.if the Credit Lyon-iiais II' llamn I.eoiiiiio. .Mr, Michel ists and liiiHiicie's in Canadian ciiriMcs anil >, is also a mctiibcr of the ^vndicate." Messrs Hbalski and Dulioux. min-iiiS piii^iiieers. ,i'e their Canadian lepresenratiies It may be of interest til Letlilitulgr to know that this slronj; cot.ipany have seen fit to iiivcKlJgate Mif Alberta coal fields, lie la i.'ondaiiMnp, 11 I. .S. etitiiiei'r, .Sherlock Block, th" j lias been appoiincil to act for them. NEGRO TRAIN HANDS SHOT 8TRATHC0NA RE-ELECTED i^ondon, Marcis IS.-Lord Stnathcona has been re-elected president of the Intematlouo! CommarolBl Association. weS;rtrm.^s�ffii reason that one tUab ft i-ichtlSUf but there k when Ua.jiBilUBke U aSSe' It is only whien a ^SoiS*XdC , that th* �Maka��.�|.thi?�Zr7teSM'^ spaareat. On the irst pim �|, the hmxt or mrilici^ I^L physiasl breakdown, tin fisart and Nsnte ^ m miick and pcnaanantoti^ Price ,b balm. Very eoon i began to see and (eel a Kfeat dlUercnoe in tiia soreo, and finally Kain.Dult cured nie al a tnfilng ceit. If I had KOi it at) flrat it would hau'. wiiat a acltmifiL- treatise on I he iiuir fallisle-f�n are na( p^r- i|..'Liliiily ii.teiested tn the name of file ii.-iman sctputlst wljo isolated the iiuK ilial U s4,d to cauae bal4naas. you di> u-unt lo know la how to save uie hai." >'>u have and make It FtnmR- ir.d l.�iii).rs. Nyals IlirBmnne will de it Setter hull nnythiriK 'lee. il iTa..:.od ihai HIrautene Isj""^ wonderful scientific secret-but It � rec ::-,l';n in"':'nc^'trfa'tm.'!' c1 * physician ahall accompany each; ill-It ;ind .Hai-uj.m hair and sealo. train to care for any who may be in It 15 a li.ipi-) combination .ind you ,,__. .4,.ti,�,. .v-i,. ,,.~ will .'luiicM u piympi imprsvement In ; )�red b) the stilHers or their sym 'f;c feeimn- or '-e scalp and tbe look. ^ pathlzers. Two negro firemen, Tom] ' fiirRiiu*e. ;o .�enn and removes all ''o'lDson and Arch. Cook, aro report 3..iiy iinj II ati. I dupo.^lt on j^h^ aca^p led to have been killed last night or to the ha'lV ifaelV -Hlimulnic." tl'.' lieir bulbs and alves i ri^ VV ! i [e 11. r ' -N'yBl'.t Hl-M..' Til,' g-lves tack to the I n�lr Biiii H. � : iiirti what It haa been lel.bcd uf v.v iiir nifllect and abuse, er Or Shefirer evnee's to lmT'rovp| H is time ir elan right. Use Hlr- tho moinis of the city, he ..^aid t.:,day | "'T''^ one ..f Ny.l remedies and "P^ven \\ innipi'L; is hptter sitien the' "� I'HtliM m-: ir.ciidatlon can be slv- ' en it T'-v .. c i.11 gond. A.ik your Nyal tin,. r'n i-i'CDinmends it. canii)al;iii there," lie said. i near Glen Mary (Tenn.), and their bodies taken to Chattanooga. NEWFOUNDLAND VESSELS SEALING MAKE A STA-RT FIFTY INSURRECTOS IN MEXICO WERE KILLED EVERY HOME NEEDS It -Now Vcirk, Maroh 13.-Reports have been received here of a serious c-?i-j gageniem v. ilrh took place on Sutidyv'' iiiSht, neur tiaii liarlellto P.uebia, l\ � foroo of riirilH attacked a b.i:>d of 12'' Insnrrprtiia ;iii(l Idlled ."m of them Se'j^'i ii'ui'K v,,,ie eapturt'd. BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGQISTi One for eacheverytUy ailmeal St. .Johns, Nfld., March l!i.--Nlne-teen steamers, composing this year's .Vewfoundland sealing fleet, steamed out of this port shortly after daybreak today, in the annual quest for seale. These sturdy crafts caiTled ajiprox-Imately il.OOO men. .'.even of the steamers are equipped wi'b wireless ; apparatus. Seals In large numbers liivve been sighted thin season, and It Is expected tha' tbe caioli -will be s I good one. . Sale of Furniture Under and by power of a CbalCel which will be produced at the time mf Ml%l^l�dl offer for tale the foUowinc article* j (r, oak dining Tables. H6 beds. 34 toilet sets M dresser.s. 36 wash stand.s. 1 parlor sn\te. 1 ipather settee 3 rotunda rockers 4H dining ohaire. 6 side tablm. I oouch. ^ : 72 pillows :|l 36 bed spiflHf I. 36 matt7asi4||. I sideboafd ^ ' 16 rotunda ohail*B. "5 bedroom chairs. I library table. , The abovo goods to be sold mn bloc Tuesday, March 14th, at 4 p.m. in the Hill Block, Dufferin Street TERMS CASH F. Finden, Bailiff '1 i ;