Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBKIDGE DATLY HERALU Mofulay, March 20, tflll. AUCTION SALE At BPHRIAM DIXON'S FARM. 8. E. M of StctJon ;U-9-22. midw-fli between Diamond Citv and tilie Klpp Mine*, snd eight mtles north of Lethbridge. on Thurs.) March 23 ^soon followed THE WEAKNESS her husband! Qp OLD A6E at 10.so a;.m F. WADDINGTON & CO. Ar� InBtrncted by KV}i DIXON lo spll by Pnbllr Au>\, I new. I 3 Walking'Plows 2 P)ush &orupers. l/arge iiuautlty of tmscellgi.- 00U8 Tools. Forks. ShoTels. Pirku, Hoes. Rakes, etc i sets Double Msriiesf .Set.s Slii.srle Harness 1 Bugsy. in good repau 1 t2.\l4 lean-to shark. Wned Inalde and out 2 Granaries. I3xis I 10x12 tenl. wall and door. complete. ! large Oopj) & Pons Empire Camp Ranpe AJ�� a Oiianiity �t HoiiseliuUl FmniUire. Liicliicliuij: 2 DreeBCTS and SwndB. Bl�ac IVlonnted Bedsteads. Springn and MattresRe*. 4 nearly xiew Carpets. Handsome ."i-plece I'arlDr Suite. Uplwletered Lounge. Had Lonnge' Oak Roukei .Morris Chdi.-. Urop-Lpaf Table. Extension Oinin.: Tab' Glazed Cupnoard Kitchen Chairs Crockery, and Kitchen L'rensilh dr. patterson at !,f canadian club Widen.'of Late Lieut. Col.j GREATLY RELIEVED BY llmportance of Getting a i Higinbothani did not Survive Long The .sail news of the rfestli oi .Mr.s Nulliniiicl I (igiubolliBin, ni (iiiclpli. Ont , wft.s ri'Ct'ived veslniriav nilet � noon h\ her smii.s. .1 II ami E N , Higinij'ptliata of llic city, llic now.'. Ciiine a shock as no immediate "FRUIT-A-TIVES" "Fniit-a-lu-es" is a god-send to those . sufTering froni the We.ikness and Ner- i voustics.'! of 1)1(1 age. "I-'ruit-a-(ivcs" rejuvenates the whole system-strciiKtbeii!) the .stomach -helps diijestion~rcUeve.s the irritated bladder and kidneys--stops that pnin in the b.n-k -regulates the bowels- and purities the blood. The coiicculi-atcd and iiitcii-sificd fruit High Class People for Our New Citizens comi'lual ions wcie suspected, but , juices in "Fruit-a-lives-'act gently yet he.irl !';iil'ire is believed to hiive beer llie cini?-e of her death. The shock iil . Iier l.iisli.iiids death on l.iii !�1h oi this \eni wus a se^ere blow to the . ;i.i;cd l.irlv. hut she had lionic up'noii-l deriul;\ tiiidei the slniiu and arrange' nienl-. �ere hoinn made foi her to vi.sii i,i-:iibnil�e wiili her lUiuphteVj duiitii; till- coniiii.K siiniiiiei llo^vcvci.j duiiiig 'he last tliree weeks her d.nitchi/'i, -Ills I'" Colpnian. of the cit\. ami her s(ui. W \. Hi.einboth atii. Imtli Found it necessarv to leave ; their old hotre. which they have been : visitinij .ill winter, and the strain litleiidaiil oil tiieir departure iu>u ; have hastened Iter demise Vo particulars liave as vet been received bv 'Mr lliu.i:ihothain other than thewin' to rlie et\ecl ihat she passed pe.ice-: fiilU aw.tv .11 ''!,') last cvenitia, Hev Dr. Pntlerson w.is the nuesl oi Ihi! t-'anaiiian t'hib at Uincheoti hI the .Mexuiidra Cafe today President \V. .\ Hiichanan presided and iiitrn-' diiccd the speaker as one of the leading Ii-ishiiieii of Canada 1 Pr. Patterson introduced his sulv jcct. speaking of Cannda as one of llie inohl favored of nations, lavoreil by natviic ill resriiirces and climale L-iverythiiii; is liere for the niakitii!; of a i;ieat nation e.vcept popiilalKm ' "We aro 100 yeais behind our ncigh-' hors of tlie south in population, hut have the ad\anlai;e oi lieins; close up ]uith them in transporlaliou facilities. Therefore every care should be taken to guard llie population a^iainst the mistakes made hy ofhei rmm-Irles ft is not qiiaiitit\ hut niiai-. . 1 I 1 1 Iwant Let Canada mil Although Deluged With, he the dumpln.n c;,ound for tna nn-- , . dcsitables of the world Rather with Messages to L�lVe it ' the advantages we have to orter jj. _ draw from all nalioiis the best rh;>v His OUppOrt have to oRer Then guard veU Ibe ,, ,, i'i.,r.,� i>"iith of the coiintrv. Thev are our 20 -Moses t lapp, ; � 1 j;rea(est. asset The streiiyiih of 'uv nation is its fuundatiou Let Can- effectively, and �peedily relieve the troubles which are the natural rtsuits of a louK- nseful life. �ioc. n box. 6 for fj .so. or trial si^e, i.sc. At all dealers, or from Kruit-u-tivei Liuiitcd. Ottawa. clapp opposed to reciprocity LAST WEEK To spcuiv liargJiijis in Fnniifiire ni tho BANKRUPT STOCK SALE LI/rilBKllHlE FlTRMTl'RE CO. (>|)p()sitc llic New veats at the faiailv h\pothci ic.il (|iiestion . lie declines to :iiake aiiv comment ot: the p. newspaper correspondeiits In repU to a qiU'stioti ot the suhjeci the seua-t'.i 'cialcs emphaiically fli.it .is Ihe T1RM�--Amounts of 110.00 and under. Net Caeh. Over �10,00. oradit till Korembtr tat. 1911. on bankable papor j ;^er tent, diteount for cash. FREE LI \CH PROVIDED Awatlontafs Offica, 6�h �t., LethkridQe. Ph�r* �6. Auction Sales AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARNS AND YARDS On Tues. March 21 2 P.M., ON 327 WOOD STREET. The following Horses 4 Wagons 21 Broken iTeld^ugs 2 Democrat VCagons 7 Brokan .Mares. ! Heavy, Light TVagon. 4 Saddle Horses 1 Disc Drill nearly nw. 2 Saddle Ponies 3 .single Buggies. 2 Urivinjt horses, s and T yarB old. 1 l~'lyde fJtallion. 7 years old. T erms cas ash J. A. Smith resilience. "l! the late Lieut -t'ol Hi.!;inhot!iaiii. uf the ;sinh f-tesimeiit . WeJiinitton Rides, whose death ne-curred le^-; rhtiii Ihiee month- aci' .^h'> was the dau.chler of David .\llan and wni; m.inied nn .'^epi 17lh, l.SHj ."^hc is survived bv a f.imilv of li'.e sons and three danehters : I 0 and \'. S . oi Lcthhridge. William \ . manager of the Sim Life Insnranct-Co, MoniieaL llarr\ \ . general ac;-ent of the .S'lii Llie Insurance t'i> . 'for France and !\B;vpt. resident ui Brus.-.els. Hclijium. .\rlhur, drugf:ist. New ^�tlrk. llis=; 1 Imiiibotham. at home ill (iueipli. and Mrs. Krank lojpman :^nd Mr- (ieoi^e Mackav u' this citv Mr .1 1) 1 lijiiihuiham left niornin.c: mi the Fher to attend fimeral whicli wii! he iirjd fr 'in (ami!;- tevideme industry ot her people The interests of I anari.i are staked on the cbarac-lact to '^''"'y 'i"^''" 'I'l'l l'� .uiM.Tniing f^iattiida.N uuotatiana. them well Canada is destined to he- Canadian steers 1l' :)-4 to IH 1-4 cents come one oi the mightiest of Ood's per pound. Sheep were a slow trade. IKlt ituis. BIRKENHEAD MARKET Liverpool. March 20.-.lohn Rojierg * Co., Liverpool, caible thai there was fair trade at Uirkcnhead today at vi/.: States and .iBieemciit is not pendiii.i; tn llie .'^en-, ate. it would be mainiesth improper I AGED LADY BURNED tor liim to discuss it. Mr. Clapp is I Chathatm. .March 20.-Mrs. Ann opposed to the a.nreement. he has � .McMillan, aged 88, died la^st pven.ing ^ggm^^j.^ He schools throughout the land. .Almost every inmher and every child is now familiar with the strange .\nil beautiful dream of "Alh-e In Wonderland" hut it ig not until quite recently thuf fhls charming story has been .set to music and dramatized. The oper-eiia seems destined to become as fn-moiis as till' stoiy under thp skillful direction of the dratnafizer, Miss 1). Hope Leonard, and the able msnflge-ment of Col. .lohn F. Bragg, of .New York City, who have biK'n yngaifed In prescnrinn' ilie >-'rand speclactilnr pro-Hies and the- S?i!it6s wethers maklnr. I:; 1-2 to 14 cents; yearlings I.') to In 12 cents anrli duction in the principal lambs 17 conts per MOiiiid, sinklni- ihe'^tres during the past three soaBOUH. ofial. " I 'I'lie production Is magnificently stag- ed and rofiulres from one hundred anil fffty to rwo hundred and fifty pooplo this the tiie barons people want new road World News The strike of the Fipricl. dock hands has sprea'l l... Brest. 1.Orient. Toiiir-ii aiid I'herboure It la ieared Ihat the strike will be followed tiy a Mjcko'i' He I'rhoro Pie-ibvterv vnt.ed ngainst I '!'ii!:'i union I'e'er \Mie!'':.. .i pinn�er Ottawa Lim hfriiLiii. !s dead South Kssp\ I .insei i-ai ivfs t.oniin-sind Dr Park, ui \iohetstburg, lor the I oiriiiiou.s, ,..nd Pi Andeis-oii lor the I .e.ipslat lire v. I) liclaii.e'.e. Kc 'lor.)n t . ;.s rieiiil Ke\ j-!ri I rocket t. Metlodisi cniu-ister at- Innisfail. Ont . died, 'olhiw-ing an operation' W. A. Redmond. M P Richard Ha? leton, MP, and Mr, Donovan. of Belfail, have sailril on a nine months' tour in .New Xealand and Vlfstralta. on beh�'f >>; the lr:sii part\ ri.e name P'csi.le:, B"we' he Alheri.i Farmers' ssofia I loii r-r'ei.tH'id as ��re ..si*i'if" s 'o he appoiu'eil liv ihe Ottaw.'l pii'tTiiment � ANOTHER POINTER FOR JOHN HERHON, tVl, P. Maeleod Alia.. Mar'-h !�. rhe I la7.eliiiere 1,ranch ut ilie t nitf-d Fanners of Afceria. a; .1 lueciing held in the lla /rjlmei-e si iiool ho'ise, adopted th(^ i-';'.o\vin;, re?olut ion repiirdiui; Itecipi o-m!ierp ,if -hi-llazelinere Hrandi ot ilie V\' F, .'V.. eniloise ihe pres-ni Heeiproci'v neK^aiaiions and I'pprel thai 'liP'. do not uo far enoiinb in the red'iri'nii i.pou farm Impleineutp, � SEED WHEAT We have, a few cars of Preston anc Stanley Wheat in carload lots. Apply Canadian Grain and Produce Co. Stettler Alberta Bartons Mar'li 18-On Muiul.iv e\-; eniii.i; the > �.unnl held .i special iiici t � inc alter the re>;iil,ir iiiiiliue of bus'-j lies- .A. I (tow, supported bv .i Luce delejrntion from the Board .c Trade. d:sciissi'c| with the councilln, s tile i|iiestlon as lo wheihrr Ihe eo'in-Cll shoclll I'.eit laiiC sum:- .ii-tloli ill 1 �- 1 jtard to I'peninc; a ro.id antli town ' �| lie 'ii'X'i- wi^ile I'avuraiile to- wards 11 ( ole.i, he.-itated ti; lakeauv de'iiilte ailH.i,. \].(:v did nut (,.,,-si'irr iliei the power lo -penil lui'iiev 11, ii:,s w Thev accor(li:.c- ms'iii'ieii iiic sect et ;u V-t reasiirei Willi- C.e r � �.,'iii'\-'.;i'iieral and linil o^.i ii'.w the', stand oil liiis uucslifin Till- lhi;,ril of Tr.idc are anxious thai ; -��ijei lot ; s'-.ieiiii be firnie immeilia 1 e-��'. . .ii.d n (s ''i idei, I I I.ei iln not in- , ttu.tl '.� If! Ihe i:r,is-, t!.ro'.'. uniler ' ti.e.r irni, a' U^en- Is laik oi lakinn;' H s'd)-I ripi ion ?i.iii, liie hnsiness men i-t t,-,- iiiv. 1. a' r) i-i.ouii'.; lilt- puieliasi-al "ncc. 1 In 'he eveiULi; of St Pai nek's (/.V 'lie Uaioiis III,IS- H.i/id celebrated ' iie ipiiasifii It'. iii\iioi .1 il.incf ami �iiiitie: 't, the oper.i leae-e. .i litue (ivp when her apron caught fire. TO WED DAUGHTER OF THE KAISER V ------- Vienna, March 20.-The Xouls frie Presse says: It is reported ihat the Arch Ouke Franz Ferdinand is to marry the daughter of Kaiser Wilhehn ot Cerrnaiiy. in ijls cussing the rumor the paper states that there arc numcr- ous precedents for 'he mai- riage of a member of the House of llapshurg to a I'ro- lestant. E. GUS. PORTER WAS BURNHD Belleville, March JP. -Fire Ihisi morning did consklerahio dtniHEe to' the residence of }�'.. tl. Porter, K. C..' .MP., on nmibar street. An oNrrheai-j ed furnace caused the blaze. The loss' 1.1 covered hy insurance. Fireman; Hon Campbell of the hook and ladder eoinpany. was struck in ilio face by, an nso wielded by a comrade causing' r-a-inful injuries. to assist the principals in presentlnc; the various scenes portrayed by fhn aulhor. The Hatter. Cat, Gryphon. Mock 'I'urtle, Rabbit and other numerous animals are introduced aa well as the King. Queen. Duchess, cto.. accompanied by fairies, altendanta 1x1-llcemen. elves, Injuns, .fudges, etc. At the .Majestlf Friday and Saturday next, NEGROES FOR EDMONTON RAILWAY EMPLOYE ^ KILLED AT SOiJRIS, Kraiiilon. March I'.h-Archie Holm ' ' es. aaed 4ii. an employe of the I bridge and hiiildln.g dotinriment of the' .('. P, ft; at ihe Soiiris >nrds was runi oier by a >ni-d enslne. One of hi? � leg? wa i eui off at ihe knee, the ^ oiuup at the ankle and one of his! arm.s ai the (dliow. \\'hen he arrived! he was in a pliialde cosdition and did no; S'lniie ihe shock. � VNinnlpeg, .March 20 -One liundr.'d and t womy-i'ivf. negroes, mostly-marltet gardeners and truck farmers, are on (heir way here from Ok!a-Jioma, en route to the Krt-mtm-Umdlstiicl whei'p ihey will liiSme-siead. .Many ar� ac-colivpaiiled le. their families. GEO. P. GRADY. Character Man with the Maude Henderson Co. at the Majestic Tonight DEATH OF JOS. TAIT loroiila. .March IS.- I Tali, ex-,M.P I'., riigistrat of the s.irroaate conn. di�d at Ills residence this morning. Last .Monda> night -Mr Tali me: wiih an accident at the Ontario .Motor ''ai Co., IS Filoor street eaHi. h� fallina down the elevator shaft. Mis hip was dislocated but death lesulled fiora the shock. For the lust foirieen years Mr. Talt has occupied ih" pos-i tlon of registrar of Ihe r,:jrro,L-aie �,>i)il. liHving been appointed :-i.\ the L.l.erai "o\f-i nm''iii in l>>!iii. For Coiistipiitioii A Medicine That Does Not Cost Any thing Unless It Cures The .'ctive medicinal ingredients of i Rexall Oiderlles. which are odorless.' rssieless and colorless, is an entirely! new discovery. Combined with other 1 exirenielv valuable ingredients. it forms !i pi-rfei-t bowel regul '-tor, intestinal iuvigorfiioi- and atrengihenor. iiexall (Jrd"rlies a'-e eaten like candy.' and are notable for th(dr agreenble-. the paliie and genileness of anion.' Thev do not e.-iuse (;ri|iing ir auv d;s- ! agreeable I'ffnci or inconvetidicc. Cnl'ke o:'i--i prep,ira"opj lor a like piiroose they do not '. u-alc a hubii. :ui; lUCieari they over:otne thu cause of jiabit acriuired thioUf.h 1 b..i use of or'Viary laxatives, cati,nines and harsh iii;''slc. and perrnui 1 r i> remove the i-.tu. r,f constipat.itai or ji-regular bowel action. We will refund vour money Aithoui. j argument if they do not do as we say they will. Two sizes. 2fir and IDi; Sold only at our stori-i-The Rexall Store. .1 n. Higlnhotha.^,& Co.. Ltd., ttlK-cial agents. -TO THE- BOARDS OF TRADE In Southern Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Kindly advise The Herald at once whether you wish to reserve space in The Herald's Third Special Number. Your district can't afford to be left out. Phone if further particulars are desired.