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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.ETHBBIPfelE DAILY HElSALt) Page 7 A TEA Unequalled for F^ra^rarice and Wholesomeness. Sold in Uad [p�it>kets only. Blaek, Mlxdd and Green. W M eilYS MONEY WAS SPENT STATEMENT OF 1912 REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES -AS RE-CENTLV COMPIUED TO HE D P BUILD SISTER HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF SA8 KATCHEWAN ORGANIZED READY FOR WORK During the year just past the city of Lethbrldge spent }376,933.45 on current account. Tblsi amount was necessary to 'carry the city through the year for ordinary expeuses. The expenditure.Is made up as follows: Works and Property .....i 31,966.32 Fire, Water & Light...... ,43,670.!13 License, police & health.. 52,207.4S Markets and publicity Sewer repairs-........ Finance........ .... Grants..............-� 16,808.96 Sundries............, 95,069.07 Sundrifes .. ... .� ____ .-... uo,C",S.07 Debenture principal ... 6,447.71 Debenture interest .... B0,17,�.28 Sinking fuod .......... 36,902,86 7,325.41 1,668,89 34.598.64 Regina, Sttkk., iMarch 19.-It is officially ainnoUnced ; today that the lligl^way comjnisiioh o� SaskatbheWail formally crtated andvwiH:hav� charge o( ttte supervision ot roads, bridges, prairies, gusveys and- drainage in the proVlnW. A. J. McPher-�on, who was. appointed chaitman. o,( this oommissjon some time ago, now receives olflolal  conflrmation and the following . have .also' been appointed ; A. R.Oreig;:of Saskatoon, and D J; ..Sykes.btSW'ift Current. : ' The, advisory coinnnttee: is a>s fol-low.s : Qtorge .1'hompson, president 'of the Ass9ciation,of nuj.'�l Municipali-. tics; Hi L. pee; iPresident-tot, iSas katchewan-Rural, ^\jnioipaniiirs.' � The first-meeliing will be held . in Regina, March; 24th: Ernssfr -Brown, avfhiteot ot iiihis ijlty, lias been ap^, pointed deputy,' minister of public works succeeding'- .T. p. Robinsonj who resigned ?orae time ago. Up to the .present this post has .:been:..flll9d by Hi S. Carpenter, who. is now aP" pointed to the superintondency; ot*ljff highways. Senator Ross, and: J;.M(H Plier?ion have been appointedsmemt^as of Saskatchewan water comnjis-ston.'acoording .to/ an ofPcial announcement madei here. They have in hand the investigation of the praotic-bility of the diversion of w;&tcr in the Sou til. Saskdtohewan rlver . for domestic.and itti^ustrial purposes. A. .1. McPhersod is 'also invesligating the feasihiUty'of generating, power- at the. coal mines, in'South rSaskatohe-wan, and its transportatron, into the: various;centres: of; the province... Ar-rangeraenta have, , it .is �said; been ttiaoe with S-.M; D&riing,; to install a Jflst vcarbonfjiing. plant -at Estevan-to try out a special method ottroat-^ iug'jipBite;> V,-. ,, Total ........... ..$376,082.45 Set against 'this amount Is a revenue amounting to $356,272.47, made up asi follows: . Works and property .,..'$ 3,068.69 Fire, water and light 93.00 I^lcense, police and health 19,785.04 Markets and publicity.'. .. 593.26 Finance: Tajfes.......... .... 299,158,35 , Interest an sinking fund.. 888.35 Public Utilities: . Eleqtrlo plant Surplus. ^ 37,349.34 Waterworks surplus ... 10,512.50 Total revenue .;.. .. . .$361,448.52 Less street railway deficit 5,176.05 Net revenue ,,.........$356,372.47 The overextienditure is, therefore, $20,659:98, niaiking. a deficit of that amount for 1912. *" It appears that .TSf}th  the added In terest and sinking fund.4o be raised this year, the current revenue; jviU be required to be' ov�rt-'';thei , $400,000 mark. , '  . T 10 HAVE WON BmiE REPUL8ED..BUUGARIANS AX TCH ATALJA WITH HEAVY LOSSES lON'BOTrt SIDES Dis.tcict'-06urt opened- tfiiis'niofn-ing,;|;i^i(Jgrfm(nter presiding. .Thlft'till be Ohfe-'la'st��"regularj sesslonv of.: the DI6tr^t;r -QoliEt - i Lethbrjdje at which s;I\idge- Winter-will pre'^ide, tile news of Ijia'^ransfor just reaching Here at^�bdn;:fJudge'iWiW rpSi- dant tJudgo;/here. for over five years, cbtaing,; herp;iin:^ptembcr 1B07. , Tl)�!' jlrstZ/casi io^come before the court,,was/:itjiat': .ofi-Atkins vsj J. G-. AUci'rdxJiid^Qj'^qt f \yas' given for the pl^ln,fciffon ac-couDt'.of-illne'gp'.-.; .^Tbe .case -'of � Ifeagja .vs. Meers,. both Fi!)l^nders,,j;in;:wh|^h Mee is , en-deavorjni :.i6 IreWbyer' wage-s  amount^ ing to $95;.>was"1)eTbre the court this, dftfernooa,'!'--'^--);.'"--."^--- k ' , -Livid In Town Constantinople, March 19.-A victory is ofBoially Qlaimed . lor the Turkish forces-in a -twcnty-fotJr hour battle-which .-lasted :uhtjl early today, along the, Tch4'tiilja lines , de-feding.this city* .The'� Ottoman troops took the offensiye,', opening the attack by an advance of their right wing wli'ich proceeded-as far as Siva-skaui, Kalifakeui.V. ,/ Large forces of Bulgarians were encountered at ^ thoseplaces and fierce fighting soon'sprcad along the whole front. The Turkish, troops drove the Bulgarians from tlielr troches ami took possjssio.n. ;Th5; Turkish^ center tHeh,Vadvahcert :'"''ahd'^-stornietl the heights jn their front from which they routed the.^-Bulgarians at the point of the hayoaot. Other columns of Turkish, troofls qaptured several heights lield- by tiie Bulgarians to the south: of the' Turkish Jlnes. The casu-Alities have not yet been ascertained, but the com'inandoxs declare the 'losses of both armies were heavy. Two Turkish' -aeroplanes' flew over the scene of the flghtlng throughout, the day reconnojtering'the Bi^garian positions and signalling, the movements of the army to the commander..;' banking committee" would like> to work '/Say, matv-Whq'rsaid 'Neither a boi> ro^fver nor i lender: be?'" ,* VSom* per'apn^who'd never lived In thf 8uburb8,*i'Tonlinie.!'^Ijife.,.,; Remarkable Specials in Fashionable pring Suits and Coatjs FASHION is There and We Guarantee the FIT FINISH and FINENESS The tailoring of ready-made Suits have reached such a degree of perfection that today it is safer and more convenient to buy ready-made Suits than to have them made specially. Safer, in that you can try the suit on and select a style that is becoming. Conveient, because of speed with which the suit can be selected and delivered at your home. , Importing our Suits only from the best American and Canadian Tailors, they are made perfect throughout, fit with absolute satisfaction and have the beautiful lines, proportion and distinctiveness of the fashion creating models. In The Ladies' Parlors A FEW FACTS We have them from $17.50 to with a special range at $25. In the Men's Store-New Suits for Spring -NEW MODELS. -BROWNS PREOOM--NEW SHADES. INATE. wPWPPPFfT^ -GREYS,.. HEATHER -NEW EFFECTS. MIXTURES AND -TWEEDS MOSTLY/ BLUES. SOME OF THE FEATURES The new 3-button single breasted coat, medium English shoulders, hand ffeilled collars and roll lapels. Five button vest, and inset vestee. Trousers-belt loops and side straps, semi-peg top or regulation -.model. Th(S best of lining throughout the suit. All sizes and shades. . " There's little or no canvas used in the construction ot the coat. That means, of course, that the coat fits as it should-naturally. . The lapels lie flat to the coat and the Collar fits snugly around the neck, because special care has been taken in the designing of this suit to ba ve them do so. You will note that .these details though minoi^, were dealt with in the designing of the coat and not left to be corrected after the coat was made. i : " ' The aruf holes are cut also in proportion to the bust measure, this doing away with the most common alteration In Women's Suits-*he enlarging of tlie armholes. To sum up-^the coats have been built to fit, and will do so nine eases out of ten, We.might give you a number ot other whys and where- fores, but the fae^t proof we could advance that these suits do fit, to hav* you to try one ot them on. They are here awaiting your inspection in the Cloak and Suit Parlor, , Whipcords, Fancy Serges, Bedford Cords, and Fancy; Novelty Cloths, Greys, Drab, Whitfe, Navy, Black and Black and White Stripe. THE ROYAL STORE Southard Blk. 512 Third Ave. S. f D RINK HA B im RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT, The ORRINE. treatment forthe Drink Hahlt can be used with absolute confidence. It destroys all desire for whiskey, beer or other alcoholic stimulants. Thousands hav.e 'sugceaB,; fully used It and have been restored to lives of sobriety and "usefulness. Can be given secretly. Costs only-$1 per box., It you fall to :get' fesults from ORRINE after a trial, your money will be refunded. Ask^ tor free booklet tel!ing�all about OKRINE Red Cross Drug'and Book Slore',^titd., Acadia block. ''�:>- An Outrage to Pelletier's Credit (Continued from front: page). RA LIBERALS RESENT THE SPEAKER'S BIAS W GO ON STRIKE Ottawa, March iS.-rAt a -meeting ot the committee ;on:'Bq,nklng . and Commerce, this morning,- It was decided to ask. .permission to xlrold slt-tin^a , when,, th^; house is. in session, provided) the sWsibni, In' 'the house are: "normal."...This, means .that unr less there are continuous sessions of the house, attei' recess -the, Banking and CoromeTce committed will meet both morning and'afternoon to hear .evidencef: and; -oonsider.. .the contentious Qlauees of. the Bank Act. No evidence was taken at today's sitting of the committee. / 'irolal AsseU (ftver) :i''...::X..::-'i:^:.:.lW^yi;; .,...... . , Throul}lioliUhiW�st In the three Prairie Pro- ....... ., - - ycc;for tU'i? Wfstem bttginess men, fsjfcqj^,?-, 'tfeg, sMin'bji^ and everypue else ;;pB|�.,, ^,ati'd^a,ndles>inohey. ' - ' , . . C ''�v/'-r'flf-'.yptt'*live'far from town, bank Tjvlth^us bytlifail, v,Ifo-i$'.C9uye,nieni; md y^iy s^tisfactpry. ' , /. ' . " ^'^^IDQE BRANCH .... G. R TINNINQ, M^nsQer this one man could not or would hot swear whether it.wasthe rigljt hand or the left-hand, or whether liie holding up of thc-hanilwas to vote or scratch his ear. But the"f9.ot. that a hand was elevated above the deemed sufficient to oustMr. Morrison from his posjtioii., :  , Coleman losds the best postraa^er the town ovit had, or probably- with all' due respect to Mr. iGraham -ever will' have, 'Always on the ,fo)) and attending strictly to hi..duties, regardless of his own time or convpnr ienoe, A. M. Morrison has made a name for himself as an cflicieut pub-, lie ofTiclal which has gone abroad through the l,snd. .GomniGrcial: travellers,-and many stop hero over; Sunday on account of the excellent hotel accommodation,~cQuld always depend upon getting a,uy,,mail that; .camp 'tor^ them on>,Sun(iays; :All -U-alpS', were , njist - ami. the mail- promptly.-: distrib- � uteiJ and^eVery,;boxhold9r; had.; access to iiis or her postofjiee lox at anyj time of the day or niglit, week days' or .Sundays., Tak-ing these tacts into ' consideration, iho'ro is little,^.�wonilef .that the people of Coleman, irrcspec-^.i tive of party,^'tebl agjgriqyed'o'ver fhe-,auh5tltution of a* �pw-postmaster for. the' man who hatt been 'iricd 'and proved true, gold under every and all: conditions. .. i . TRAFFIC ON Nl.lvlETEEN ROADS THREATENED "^WITH TIE-UP -CONFERENCE IN . PROGRESS . Chicago, lll.,^Mareh'19.-Tramc on nineteen roaids enteyijig Chicago, the principal east and. j^est trunk Unes, may be tied Up to'ddy.'jn case of the failure of A. F. AVhjthpy, vice-president,--of the brothcrh'opd of railway ..trainmen, to roafih 'an agreement; with the generarl managers. The switchmen and swi.tph tenders are m-,volved. They demjind ".time and a half" tor overtin)jp;?;work,  Sundays and holidays, and;SBpi-ihontlily paydays, a' meeting-iv^as^^arranged for this afternoon. : I^'fwfe".shown that only 200 men out'^^f'B',423 had voted against a strike. ; Arbitration bf the matter was left �. .t'o;'.the executive committee, coiiipq'sijjdj_-of 25 railway paen. If no agreement' is reached an cKort will le'prevent the w,alkout bv. use -of4,the- Erdman Act. The strike would aRect nearly all of the freight movmg in and out of Chicago,  Ottawa, Ont., March 19.-Liberals were in caucus for two hours this iijorning. .Subsequent to the caucus it Was stated that it had been called to consider the situation which arose in the house, subsejiueht to the Friday: midnight when the, strict application: of rules discussion was curr tailed.' The refusal of the speai'cer tg allow Hon. H. R. Emmerson to move the adjournment of the house yesterday in.order to consider his action in assuming the chair on Saturday night before .a report hajl been made to him by the chairman of the, committee-also under discussion. - The Liberals assert that the: speaker H'bs no authority to do, this, but that, having done so he should have at once adjourned the session on the score ^ that a grave state of disorder existed In the chamber. The caucus agreed that another motion would be introduced under -which' the. action of the speaker can bo. fully, discussed by the house. The only way. in , which this can be done, it is believed, is by the introduction of a. motion, pf',ce!n-sure unless the spealJe.i: .alioT^s' .^hp discussion to take, plaM,; Tlifite-ib disinclination on th'e part ofsithas tip-position to make 'ai.motlon'.-of-;'i"C6nr sure, but after the caucus; today,.announcement was made, that .it. W,ould be done if an oppoftunilSy, 'was '-s-not given to discuss the inat'ter..jji^ -.sqme other, way. Members ..were) iiistriiptpd to be vigilant and "watchful :whB^ vtjje naval discussion is resumedi-l'hB 'future action of the-oppijsltion,. It was announced, will depen^ s^en"^irel'y..'0n the next move made bK"the government. X' ' Redistribution Increses House to Fifty-Five (Oontlnaed'from front page) i piles CUp^D in'p TO 14DAY8 �yoiir druggist will refund'money-,It, PAZO OINTMENT fails to 'Cure any base of Itching, Bllnfl? Bleeding, or Protruding I'Uea in 6 to 14 days. fOo ATSOENJOm . PERFtCTHEALTH Because He Takes. GIN PILLS � A promiuent Consulting Engineer of New York City, thus heartily endorses' GIN PILLS : . 39 Broadway, New York. ; "I bought some Of your GIN PILLS ? at Victoria, B.C., last.September. Your remedy I'find, at 60 years of age; to give perfect relief from the' Kidney and ' -Bfadder Troubles incident to oije'of my age^ I urgently recpnimefld GIN?P;LLS :,to friends as beitig the one, thing ."that '� do^sjuegood." , B. G. :WOODFORD. ; .V'By thetime'a-flian or woman is 60, thftKidneys and Bladdefpeed' a littia ' :help to keep in good,,wPirkipg order, i GIN'BILLS are what %y!i,e^.:: GIN PJLLS keep the urine nentral, prevent colds settliiig Ptj'tUe kidneys or bladder 'and! ward oiiRheitnjaiic attacks. .'�s;;RCirieniber, every. hbx.orCrlNPji^L^ ia sold with a positive guarantee to give -perfect satisfQction or; ypur; money  pr,clf�ptJyrafuJidetl. , Spc. a }k>x, 6 for S2.,5o.  Sample free i f /'vbu write National nriigaiid'Cheinitai': ; toi;9f Canada;, Wmi ted, Toroiito'.i .138 Coronation lies immediately ,south ofitlic-Battle Hiver riding,"-and is; hounded'ijn tile south liy' the northern j boundary of town.ship 30. It extends eastward from range 14 to the. east-: ern boundary of the province. Acadia is imroediately south .of; Coronation and is bounded on . the .south bv Red Deer river. It runs eastwaird from the 11th range to *the eastward boundary of the province. Hand Hill lies immediately west of: Acadia, Red.fDeer River forming the. third, side of the triangle with the boundaries of Stettler and Acadia., Gouard is formed by taking in the town of Giouard at the western end of. Lesser Slave Lake, and all districts: surrounding the lake to the north of the northern boundary of township 92. . . ' Clearwater tal'es in:.the vast track of; tlio northern hinterland of Alberta.. I.,..-;,�;�_..��:. : �.:.��._� .' 6eaver River 'and'St. Paul are {or l^eayer .River : and . St. Paul are, formed by ^lie divisioh, of the . old Pakan constituency. .* ' - : , Whi.teford,.talfes ip part of ' Lethbridge..district/ r^ma'nsifpt^c^i tically the same, but :los,eB>,"a, ^little to Warner and Little 'Bo-jv. -, Medicine Hat e.Vterids south toifhe internatioi) boundary , frotts -'the southern boupdnry of' Redolifte, and lies between the eleventh range'ind the \sastBrh boundary.," including. |ihe city of �Medioine,.I;Jat. . Maoleod is shghtly ^reduced. FRECKLE! FEBRUARY AND MARCH .WORsTi^ J MONTHS FOR THIS TROUBLE-^,.^ -HOW TO REMOVE EASILY ^, .There's a leaaon why:nearIy,':ev^ry;�AJ body.'freckles in February.;ahd:;Mar|p^^ bu;t happily there Is also a remedy Ti|n� 1 these ugly blemishes, and no onemee stay freckled. , ^ Simply get nao unec , Simply get an o\ince of ot double strength, from J. D..;HfoL bothamvfe Co., Ltd., aijd apply a llttL. of It night and morning, and In a,feWi,'1 days you should see that evQh-3fthK|a? wbrst freokles'have begun ito;4lBappe'>>s�' while the light ones have vaaiel^ea'ie tirely.- Now U the tlmB-tO'.rldAybu self of. freckles,, for .it not removed now they may stay all'summer, ,ind,?J spoil an otherwise beautlful'.comiplelj loH; Your moiley back U othlntf^ " BTJSINE8S WILL � �V BUSHED THIjQ^jt^ Edmonton, Alta., March I9.r-Aff'- "' fort is being made to wind ua>.' buaineas, of the legislature in. o^i| that-prorogation may take pf^Cft'^ m� looked for within eJglitiweeilfB, ' TO CURE A COLD IN ONE^tJAY;^, Take I.yAXATtV?: BBC MO ' Quinine Tablets. DruggiBtB. refund moneyif it falls to-cure. B, W. GB.O'^^ia BlBiji^tlire on,jpa.8;i,l>P?. 2BC. m v:-.":Si^^^MMi Salves ;: In regatll ;ti sWii di?^' ;autiwWipi9air^lflliMll ;  .��D'onit-UBi^iflflonlife^;!!.,.,,^.., in your. skin , by; tlijir yf,e,'5pj aalyes, atid.:-thus .'ifSBCJiwagejIi ;multipiy:';;',^'^triielip ;o]iiy;iySMi!^^|ij|Si^8j!i^^ 'the forpV of^H^Mjiigif 1:': A, alroplet^vaBljI^fr'-'i^, ooftmMMfe^ m mieTnaviouai tounuai.)... , >oll of Wlntel-green, iTi^ymorai^O wer Pinchor Cieek is bounded on the I ingredients as co^1?lned l^^e^D^.D, iure wmtipim. This mi ^pthipsel#'ii8�:eV,r.. ^ have .bad9,);.a8t^fri vsuff.�rei here and th^l-e, fine you to try It now W?,tif� yQu,"^too, about,.,c, D, J1J^;>I Kaaps th�,Bo;eR.<;J^.:','f-W 'J -D- plglnfibtham Pmu Stieet , ' :W::^.:i�M:-ffi?at?MfS':& 64 ;