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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta YOU CAN'T BUY "JUST AS GOOD" AS THE LETHBRlb'dE PATLY HERALH Tuesday, Miarch 18, 1913 RICH-STRONG-FRAGRANT You will realize this when you commence using it. Buy a packet and if you ar� not entirely satisfied with it, your money will be promptly refunded by your grocer. NT 1 REPOSES KIIGAIN ARGES AGAINST. MINIS Borden Denies Crook was Appointed to Office, Laurier Repeats the Charge (W. A. P. Report) Ottawa, March 17.-There will be DO inquiry by the committee on privileges' and election into charges ag-vainst'.Secretary of State' Coderre.i i whicji::were launched in the House today 65; Mf.Oauthier, the IJberal mem-, aer: for'; St Hyncinthrf. This was ^ad� clear soon after tjie charges i-R'er^ made, when Hon. C. H. Doherty, Minster of Justice, rose to argue tliat �th^S; were such as should, be dealt, the courts.under the. Gon,tr&*, vested Elections Act,-and not by the iParUamantary committee. _;.t >?5rTjils^visW'was supported' by Pre-;, mit^.Bordeii, while Sir Wilfrid Laut-;1er contended, that suhseduent to tbe ; election there wel-e developments '.-whicl^; would fully Ji^Jfy a reference to,the>committeo,! includlngithe jay-vment pfi money to the peraonators, V and tlie; alleged -dppfilntmeat of one of them �0.the public service, a statement which was subsequently denied :i)y. the Premier. �;;". The allegations as Efet forth agalnsc had been dealt with. He then left the chamber. �   Hon. C. J. Doherty followed with a long speech, during the early part of which he read affidavits from Bouras-�a and Horner, tn, which they denied that they had'eV�r m'ade the affidavits quoted by Mt. Gauthler. They also-denied having any knowledge �whatever of a personation in connection with the election. Mr. Doherty said the charges of personation, such as had berpj^ made.'weie not a fit F.ubject for inquiry before the committee on privileges > and elebtiong. That according to long established preced-iSnfauch charges should be token before the coirrt?. Suchipquirleg had been relegated to the v courts by Par-Itament, xnd that Us'wher� this mat-I'ter- should be' tried. : �; Sir Wilfrid E/anrler, who followed, tooli the-view that there were in the charges-other things, than matters affecting this election ^ijf Minister Co-derre. .It was-thje duty- of the' government +0 the;* inijiiSter,. the House aedjthe publici.tW tiiiifr should; be PTOved or dispjtpyed-.i The cduntry should knowi^wh^tjifer or no� the; civil (^service'of ^ie�counl3ry was.-helng recruited from'ijfen-off thit class.- If there . fa^^Bfin 'n&: persin^lon, Sir Wilfrid'tanr^ej.aaia. the Secretary of State was Wa Q^aworstenemy in not having the matter Investigated. Premier Sprtleii, 'in implying, denied ^ACOnnecticn -vfrith the'"Hochelaga Bye-' ejection held on Tlovember 12, 1912, j ,'an'd.'4hat auiisequent 'to the election, : Emili Bourassa and Elie La Lumlere, j) two fit the personators, had each been �paid!$lOO Ijy Jos. Majoa-, of Montreal,' � one: of tie organizers for Air. Coi ii-UT. Gauthler also read a letttar ; frqm Mt. Cod-erre to Bourassa, wrlt-�j ten^^ebruary 14, in which he promised |>tpl;fina;hlm a congenial place in the y,' pul|flic service. He concluded with a ''^jjotJon calling ^vr an.inquiry. The 'jiBjJi^haVges were prseented in the form of ?tthVee affidavits by Bouraf sa. La Lum-Aiiere/'anflBlie Horner/all.of whim, ac-, >;'idaTif 1)y Tancredie, Marcll, a law}-�r, .^f-Celling! .how he secured the Bwom de-if:,v:T^Iaratipn of .itbe mentioned. il Levis Coderre, who wa�>ia his place 'i^^^-^"yhen Mr. Gau-thier was speaking and glfpl^'eaaing' the affidavltaV denied the *^^|'6tttt'rges In toto. j Ha said he would "'withdraw from the Hoiise until they ThisHome'tnade Cough Syrup Will Surprise You � Stops XlToii Whooping Cough Quickly. A. Family Sapply at Smaa Cost. PINCHER CREEK OVER MR. Secretary Finley Assured Them That the Gentleman's Mission * Was Purely Academifc :. 'i|^ere is a home-made remedy ihat takes >^.jira.:Thls recipe makes 16 ounces- �j:^npngh for a whole .family, Tou couldn't 's^bujj'ftas: much or as good rcady-madd feii^^hssyrup for JS.DO. ts^l^^-'tyo'.icups of granulated sugar wltli �5l^^�jp of warm water, and stir two mlaJ: E^yg.',';P,ut; 2% ounces or Plncx (fifty Kp^U^-.V^^orth) In a 16-ounce bottle, and ^KUd'tfie.'fiuaar Syrup. This keeps per-gltfetlyfGandilias a pleasant taste-children P^liraVlt;'�.'Braaes up the appetite and la ' alltihtly Iaziitl\4ii)pbloh helps end a cough. ^thma, bronchitis and tW^iJ^''^hb^- throut tinublf.1, - sore ;: lungs, etc. I^'^Ara'. i> natblng 'better; :?Plnexv :1s the "BiOBt Viiluublbiuonccntrated-corotiound of \xMi.->3Wriray. white plneSSxtrB.Gt.''rIch in' gulaU 'tMj'doUand all He notUraKhealing ptneele-W> 'hihiiui. Other preDftrstlOM^wJil sot work Ei!'thte'WnnuUu?UV'S!,i" ' 5' ^JWKStproiapt'MWiltsMrowathls, Inexpen'-Ji% .Blva remedy>bftvA'. ixutM?;M^nds for it In^' jntSM .-CftOtt'da.' Trriioh' e�pla>nB, why the) absolute |8etfsfat8 that he had been appointed to office." The disouBslon was continued until 'after one o'clock, when the division was taken, and Mr. Qautheir's motion caJlliig for an inquiry voted down, 87 jto 56, a government majority of 33. Hon. Louis .Coderre lentered the cbaiQber, as soon as the vote was jrtaken; and was received with ministerial cUeers. air; Borden then moved the adjournment of the House. In reply to a iflupbtipn-.Tiy jWr. Graham, he said that supplementary estimates for ihe current year 'tvijl be talfen up on Tues dade,np; efiort >to see me so far as I know, and he He also instructed the station agent, so he says^ not to accept any more shipments from others than farr-mers. This is an outrageous state of affairs, "and nothing that has occured here bears out your statement that you had the situation well in hand, and that nothing arbitrary would he done pending some new regulations revolutionizing the whole industry. As matters stand, tlie farmer or individual Can buy and ship meit as ho pleases, end he is the man from whom consumers most need proteb-tton. The respotisible butcher or dealer, with an organized business, and something to lose if he is known to ship interior meat, is forbidden to ship. ."Vs matters stand, the regulation puts ah-"end to the large business being done here by Burns and the other shippers, injures our farmers, and most unjustly cuts off from the B.' C. people the only shippers who can be relied upon to suppl.v only sound meat, while leaving the doubtful shipper tree to go on if he pleases. Another bad feature is that we here get no protection from anybody . whatever, while the advantage our district enjoys in the very large market of Southern B. C is completely lost to us, and we are now handicapped as against Calvary. If you think it worth while you might send this letter on to Ottawa, with any appropriate comments you think necessary. We look to you to fight this matter out tor us, as it is onlv the solution of such difficulties hy the central body you represent that can justify its exostence. . ' G, E. C. Martin. Mr. Finley's Reply : Replying to this letter of Mr. Martin's, Secretary Finley of the Assor ciated Boards of Trade o! Southern -�Vlberfa, points out the fact that this Inspector Cavan is merely a layman, or in other words a "spotter," of the police end of that branch of the Department of Agriculture which has to do with tlie enfoircement of the pure food and meat laws. It' is his particulai: business to secure evidence" and prosecute butchers or dealers who violate the Meat Inspection Act,-and it was for that particul?ir purpose that he was sent West. However, just about an hour before he left toi: thls"jitet of the country a telegtam  was'"'ffe'ceived by the Department of .\fef{culture from the Associated BbardS'bt Trade, making certain representations anent this matter, and Mr.'*C'avan was thereupon instructed to'''come out here and merely � investigate and bee what was going on.. Your correspondent understands that an eRort is lieing made to have inspectors located at several points in the south, but in . the meantime the whole; .me^t industrjj'.hereabouts is in a ratheri chaotic coiylition. It might be mentioned in passing that Pincher Creek is barely twenty miles from the Crows Nest Pass and that 81 ready markfet has always been found there for dressed meat and other produce: For this reason- the meat industry here has grown-   to L OOK HERE You see me so lar as ^ large proportions and all this � ado- made no inspection^ _ Of _ slanghter ?^,P,,tion is injuring the dis- houses. He simply walked into , the , alarming extent.: ,� The- butcher shops and informed the managers that they must i'tnmediat'ely' cease all shipments, arid' that if they attempted to ship after this, even in the name of a farmer, they would be prosecuted. NERVOUS DESPONDENT WOMEN Find ReHef in Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound -Their Own Statements So Testify. Plate*, Pa.-"When I wrota to you first I was troubled vtrith female weakness and backache, and was .�;> nervous thaf i would cry at the least noise, it would startle nio so. I'^began to take Ly-, ,dia E. Pinkham's remedies, andldpn't have any more crying spells. I sleep sound and my ner-vousness ia better. I will recom'mend your medicines to all suffering women." -Mrs. Maey HalsTBAD, Platea, Pa., Box 98. Here is the report of another genuine case, which still fttrtber shows ^at Lydia E. Finkham'f> Vegetable Compound may be relied upon. Walcott, N. Dakota.-"I, had inflammation which caused pain in my side, and my back ached all the time. I was so blue that I felt like cryidg if any one even spoke to me. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I began to gain right away. I continued i.ta use ami now I am a well woman." -Mrs. Amelia Dabl, Walcott, N. Dakota. ; ' If you want speoial aArice Vri|a.;to Lydia �k Finkham Medicine Co. (oonfl-dentlal) Lynn, Mass.' Toar letter will bo opened, read and'anan^reil by a woman and held in'8tiiot:coafldeBce� Burns people alone spend fxom thirty, to sixty thousand dollars Jjere every �month tor the purchase ot stock, in addition to which J. H. Frankel, an independent dealer, spends atout tw hundred thous&nd annually in the same way. Then the 41 Market Co. also buys considerable stock. It can therefore he readily seen that Pincher Creek stands 16 lose to a very great e.vtent it the provisions of the Meat Inspection .Act are enforced to the letter. Indeed, it is quite sate to say that no other district in the West enjoys a bigger trade in this respect that does the Pincher,, Cree'i district, and it is to" he hoped the vexed question will be satisfactorily arranged before long. , MBmilNDING FIRST WELi: TAPPED HAS CAP ACITY OF TWO, MILLION FEET DAILY � Athabasca Landing:, Alta., March 17. -With a. roar which could be heard a mile away the Athabasca Drilling Co. today struck a gas gusher, which is estlmetied at 2,000,000 feet every 24 hours. The company,' which is^com posed for the most part of local men, has put down two wells besides this one, with only indifferent success. When the gas strata was tapped this morning, the derrick and other machinery over the well was hoisted to one side and mud and-water hurl ed -fifty feet in the air. Those-In charge of the drilling aje greatly elated over their success, and predict that the well will run at least 2,000,000 feet per day. Arrangements have been completed for capping the well, and in the near future the question Of using it for industries of the town v/ill be taken up. A: pressgire of this size would indicate -tbat the main gas strata-has been .tapped, and not a pocket. This bising so, the amount ofgaa whioTi would be available^ JSy "�� ' througlv- this, �?ind: otSMi itr^llr'cannot be estimated.'" You'll Find No Suits or Dresses In Town To Equal These In the suits we show a newly arrived line in serges, worsteds and diagonals, which contains the most remarkable values that this store has ever offered. Many new cutaway effects, - with the mannish collars, so smart for early spring wear. Silk, and satin lined. A stock you should see without delay. And the Dresses AND UP Dantiest aiid most chic dress ideas ill Ratine, Pessaline, Lingerie, and in Serge. Simple in line, supremely smart in design, and each a value that will surprise you. AND UP Close copies of imported coat models in newly conceived worsteds and mixtures. Some half lined, some with Bulgarian trimmings; All with the clean cut,^ close-fitting sweep that Fashion demands for 1913. AND UP NEMO AND WARNER'S RUST-I^ROOP CORSETS, IN OVER 30 DIFFERENT MODELS, IN SIZES 18 to 36. SOME SPECIAL VALUES ,AT $1.50 to $4.00 FOR EASTEIl WEEK. _. / . : , - - ' RYLANDS&QO, "The Sell for Less Store." SHOWCREOIT "I b 00 Banks Chary About Making Advances, But Outlook is Much Brighter Although the Bank ot Montreal wrote the city council yesterday that they would be rather chary in handing out advances In the future, the city's financial position as explained in a letter from W. A. Henderson, & Co. accompanying the auditors' report, shows the city to be well fixed, and once the local improvement debentures are sold the city will be able to demand a better line of credit. The principal features of the auditors' report appeared in the Herald some time ago but the full text of the letter accompanying it, is given below: "By way of exi>laining the principal features brought out In the 1912 flnanclal statements, and as a comparative guide to yourselves, we sub-bit the following: � eurrent Account "The deficit for 1912 on the current account Was ?20,659.20 .years ,the standard, prescribe;! and-rec-'ommended by pljyslcians. por Woman's AIIment8> Dr. Martel's Femal'e Pills, at'yoCir'drugglst. ot,Canad'a vs, ^IcLachlan & Jones; W. C. Ivesi W. V. Poapst for McLachlan. Anderson & Stensland vs. Workman; iMoKenzIe '!&i:,.Menzie, . Johnstone & .Ritohle.' -.Pioneer:: Lumber ? Co, tS. iScolt;:,in Person, :ln Person. Holt vs. Barons ,achooUDistrict; Johnstone & Ritchie;iJVrcKenzi6 .& Menzie. Pioneer; Lumber Co.- vs. Rudd; Shepherd & Dunlop,'A. B; Hogg. Schwartz v.^. ,Paul;.R. A. Smith, Shephe-.'d & Dun-' lop. - Stacey 'Lumber Co, vs. Alexander; in: Person,-H.G. Myers. , Citizens Lumber Go, vs. Gallagher; Shepherd & Dunlop'; Johnstone'&.Ritfch!e. Crown-'Lumber Co;- vs. Dobbin; W, S. Ball, M6Kenzie & Menzie: ' Workmen's CompenBation Syniak vs; thed P. R, Co.; Palmer &� Lewis, G. Walker., ' WATCH CALGARY SPREAD  Calgary, March IB.-The estimated total of by-laws required tO' carry- out the work planned; by the city during 1913 is approximately $6,828,807, or about $2,000,000, more than was expended last year. The largest Item In the list la $1,005,000 for paving. ;PAKENTS HIS 1 LAST THOUGHT Moose Jaw, March 16.--lVhlle telling a fellow employee how he would like to get his aged parents out from S.ootlaind,"Wm. McNeal, aged 60^ dropped dead In the- warehouse of the Robin Hood mills. SHE DRANK LIQUID DYE .. Winnipeg, March 17.-Mrs. John Moir, of 56% Heaton avenue, died today as the result'of drinking hplf.a, pint of liquid dye'on.Frldayatterno.ou. An Inqqest will be iield. , w > , SAVES ELDERLY PEOPLE FROM KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES SLE^EP DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESSES, BACKACHE .-STIFF JOINTS, RHEUMATIC PAINS DISAPPEAR AF-  , ' TER FEW DOSES ARE TAKEN 'While people along in years are naturally more subject to weak kidneys, they can avoid the toPturos' of bdckache, and rheumatism, and be sayed the annoyance . of getting ; up at night with disagreeable bladder disorders, for the new discovery Ci'oxone, quickly relievea the most severe and obstinate cases. Oroxono cures these conditions because It removes ithe cause. It is the most wonderful remedy ever devised for rldr dl'ng the system ot uric acid. It .Is entirely different from all other remedies: It Is not like anything else ever used for the purpose, , Croxone maltes the kidneys filter 'the blood and sift out. all the poisonous acids and waptQ matter that cause these troublfs, V  It soa){S tijgltj: in- and cleans out thfi_py?]gied;TiP, inactive kidneys like water does a sponge, , dlspolyes,' and-i'drlves ,out,-.every. particle ot uric acid and'other poisonous impurities that lodge in the joints and muscles and cause rhoumatism.'It neutralizes th-B; ui'lne  so it no longer Irrl-itates ilhe bladder, .overcomes iin-necessary breaking of sleep and restores the kidneys and hlaclr' der to health and strength. It matters, not how long you �have suffered, how old you are, ' or what else' you have used. The very prlnpiple of Croxone is such that Is'practically Impossible to take it into the hU'r man system without results. Th-ero Is nothlhg else on 'earth like lit. It starts to work the minute you take: it and relieves you the, llrst 'time' you use it, and all,your misery 'and-sufferr iiigsoori disappear, Yoa.can so-, cure an original package 01 Croxone at trifling cost from .anjj; first crass druggist/,)