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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday March 20, 1913 THE LI}iTHBi)tI�(5E DAILY HERALD Page 13 WSllNSHiyLD BElteCTED Ag�inst So M�ny SuTj^cal Op* erajMons* How Mi�� ttetfiime ii'Uli llll/'J SljcMtsn, l^o.-r- '.'F�r sevrn finatlMl fnedflvdnrthiflflr. I in bid fervour y mobtb, and so w�|^ I oouid hardly tk. J f^mped mi M^ti. aba -WBfl fo he)rv,'asa said that t wght to have an operAtlon; I wwid not Itatan to tliat, and whin d friend of tny husband told him aljont Lydja E. Plpkl^fcto's Veg-table OdAipobod ijad wist it had done for his wife, I waa wilDng to take it Now I look' i�e plctkre ^aVm^i Veifotable Compound for a ^eav bad* oaje of female trouble arid, it made pie a well woman. My health wosUI broken down, thedoctdn said I must have atj'(>p�ratlon, ajjdlwae readyfto go to the hospital, but dreaded it io thac r began taklnr your Compound. I got alonjc so fweli fljat I g^ve np the doctor and wa$ ?aved from Qie operation."-Mw CHAftLSMS Mooftfe, H. R No; 8,i'Mili*^no,!Ill. MYfTERY ABOUT QJRL Rooklandi Me., March 19.-The cause Of the death of Rear Admiral Job. Eaton, TT�8.N.; retired, was neither murdor lior suicide, acoordlng to a dootaratiob last hlghb by -Miss. Dorothy .AljiBwpirtb,,'dau�hter of Mrs. Katon hy, a iomer ja8rrlB�e. When aaked ftibout her atepfather'a death, 'Which .the oouitty^.autborlti�8 are in-vestigatmir. tSbie said: "There Is no my�t��y In tha oause ot death ot Admiral Baton. 1 know }uBt what it ia," She could make no further statement. MEDICINE HAT NOMINATIONS Medicine Hat,' March 19.-At a i" meotlnjr of ib^ Conaervatlvea.. ol th� rldlpg. asaemblpa iH convention, W. G. Nibiock,  and Nelson Spencer, 'raoelv-ed'. tha unantmdue j^omlnallon .as oan-dldiites for the two ridings in the provincial election. Spaneer will >run In RertolKfe. ' Porty year* In use, SO yeal*� t>)a standard, Bcaaerlbed A'hd Hib-omma'nded by' pHyslolans. For Woman's Aliments, Or, Mantel's Female Pllla. atveur druggist. FOR SALE On Sixth' Siraet Bouth, near car baHia, oB4� ti^o^atoray houH*. eijtlXt ^JOoWa, fully modern, bright wj4 up to dato. W,Wi-km\\ Cash Paymaht ' , y/llt Hfifdie --JV��' p4rUou)aM apply to--� C. C. Pagnu�lo Co. PHONE 548 SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO John Billings & Company Winnifiaa a>�d. Lathbrldaa . Dailr prioea by wire or phoata . >.6ppic�e' at- P>�V.ffiJJ*i^6'^>'* 0. Box m . ^i%$m Coal Mine i^mf, Mine run or by(. tbitt ton.or q^rload PHONE 147�.^ C.t,p. ' , q�rafUli5nd^ph,ai�p*,ww|�*' The. following -items were also agreed to in agricultural estimates. To promote and encourage dairy -work $12,000, operation of demonstration farms $50,000, loans to assist creameries $6,000, to provide for advance payment and general operating expenses o.{ creamery work $200,-000, e.vpenditures for ' immigration and colonization $15,000, to promote and encourage poultry industry $8,-000, to provide for students attending agricultural colleges $4JOOO, live stock commis.sioner's blTice |7,500. Is' It Not Possible Geo. Hoadley asked if any representations had been "made to thO; minister of agriculture regarding how to prevent the slaughtering of >l0male stock before a certain age. Horii Duncan Marshall said that anything in the way of law to prevent a man disposing "of his stocli as he; saw fit was not In accordance with the principles of British liberty, and he did not �think the people brought up under Brltish/rule would stand for it. Tlie oiily thi^g they could do was to agitate against such slaughter, Ustimiates for the department ol. agriculture were passed by ,the committee and depairtment of public health providing for expendltiUre of $184,01)0. of.>hlch $100,000 is; for. hospitals were agreed-to. \ Adjourn For Easter \ . At the rising of the house this afternoon Premier Sllton said he would ijave ho Objection lio adjourning torn oriw night* tjill Tuesday m.brning in accordance with; a request made by the oppo^ltic^ whip. Tliis'.woUid allow the members ;)to gefr fiome for Easter. �Asi'mucii' busin|ss as'J,possible will be finished u^ .tomdrrow,. the Ijouse' ailiting at 10 ^o'clopk in the morning. " ' The premier sta'tdd that he fully BJcpectod that the house would be prorogued on- Tuesday next; It will be necessary. for members to come back after Easter, to conclude business, and the house will sit at 10 a. m. Tuesday. ' ' Speaker Fisher caused much amuse- thly Pay -A yGFTme OUT BUPLMbS. Dfl. FRIEDMANN Hope of consumptives, at Montreair*] In the larger picture may be seen Dr. Friedmann with sti*iped trousers. The man with the coat and hat, on Frledniann's right Is Dr. Adam, professor of pathology at McGIII University. The man without the hat, on Friadmann's left Is Lledt, Col. Borland, head of the Royal Edward Institute, where the demonstrations were held. The others are medical students. ment by .the manner in which he disposed of a pomt ot order which was raised.last nifiht-as tlio result of a tilt between the member for Loth-bridge eity. Dr. Stewart, and tlie Minister of Education, I-ion. J. R. Boyle. Mr. Pisher's Cute-.JoA Last night because the housd?;Scem-ed in a somewhat e-vplosive Vstate, owing to tlie fact that the m'eojibers were tired and short; tempered}vtrom their having been m attendanob,' over a stretch o�,.16 hours, the ceaker stateid that he. would rsettle -thSipoint today. No objection was raised to the poatponemeiit of the settlement of the point of order. When the.raatter came, up .today tlie speaker jsald,, '.'.With refercncevaio the, point of-order left over from. :y ester-day 1 have decided to rule � it citifc of order, as - it'''should have beSaitaken --^-i-:_uAi- (Continued ftom front page): two persona residing In the province who,are practical miners, and have iliad not less than, five years' e.xperl-jence underground work. Four clauses iii'the act relating to duties of engineere and firemen and mechanical workers. were struck out, and . the clause substituted, which states that no person shall stop any fan, or alter the speed of any ventilating fan nntll the manager lias had the opportuhlty to 'withdraw the men from the mine. - .. , ' The provision ''Vrelfttitig to steam boilers was defeatjed in tlie act, but It is prolJaWe thflt amEndmentg will be made to the steam boilers act to cov-:er necessary pro�lj;(|ons. The Town Act, GoKjperative Elevators Bill, Inaurancie,., Act, and Leth-bridge city ohart^n-were considered In 'committee, of ijche whole, and reported, with ameri'tfeiehts. '. - BORN A DEQENERATE t Chicago; Marcii "iiP^^Robert Webb and Thomas BuTge/ytwo lea'dors of the auto bandits whoV terrorized this olty during the, v/interi, plea_ded.'guilty to a'Charge oil � burgihd-y today and were sentenced to prison under the, jlnc^tfertnlnate sentenise la'\v which imposes the minimum tif oneuye'ar and n maximum, of twentyrone yehrs. Wsbb in alleged to have killed Detective Peter Hart> but State Attorney, I^oyne was. disinclined to press this  charge, . He saii- tliat)Webb never had a chance; fEhepbandlt's. mother went'insane aitdr'.hiijp father was a dlpsqhlaalac. '-"v^'"" ARSON %m m A REAL Busy DAY SUFFRAGETTES BURNED LATE SIR GEORGE WHITE'S HOUSE AND GOLF CLUB HOUSE London, -March 20- - The arson squad of. militant sufl'ragettes succeeded in destiroying a hundred thousand dollars' \yprth pf property early today^. One s'quad burned down Die cbuntrv'rbsidencerof Lady Amy White at. .En'glefield teepii near there. Tlie other .sguad Ilr^d- the buildings of the golf criib'-at West6n .Supcrtnarc, a fashlouahle sumtiiei? wateritig-placc in Somersiit'shiVe. ^ Lady.White is, the widow of Field-Marshall Sir George White, the hero of Ladysmith in.tiie .South African war. He was owne.r of tlie big mansion standing- bii � the spacious grounds - -Tljc.flames .were discovered at one o'dloclc'this ihorning, and at that tlriie-"Had.such a start that the cfTorts or the local lire brigade were hopeless;��v:.Ti;at!es",oI "oils and inflammable iigtrtSrlals.-'wvere found scattered aboiXti|he.,bpus8i; while around the grounds Were; papers iriscrihed "stop torturing ioiiK" comrades in prison," "Votes for'^omen.," "By kind per-missioii of .Charles. ; Hobhonse," the last beiiig'a refeireuce. to the ' recent taunt ofCJliancellar Hobhouse., that "women lack the real revolutionary spirit of niwi -who-bum and rack in support of tlieir. cause." Two women on bicycles were seen in the neighborhood, half an hour before the (ire Avas discovered. The house was unoccupied. 'Uie incendiaries of tlic golf pavilion also escaped. There are many suffragettes now in that neighborhood owing to the meeting of the national teachers conference at ^yhich. Viscount flaldane is sclieduled to deliver an address. Punchers Ain't in it With Old Guard ^'ROCNE.fANCTOT ^M.P. j^Ot^.V.bL!VEfti " " SOWe OP THE MEiytbER.S OF THE'HOUSE OF OOlVllVlONSi PBOMIN^NT ' IN THE PROLONGED NAVAL DEBATk. . toedlcLne Hat, March 19.--The cre-itlon., of the riding- of Redollffe is oolcpd on ;hDre,a,s;glv'ing justice to a rapidly-vi'llUug in;'iiew : cohfltryi. apd Jne whltfh needs the personal atten- :lon.of a. memberii'ree irom the de-ib^%ff of a'oli^;?;%pav'';Ji!lft';Mlt6beil ;M;Ktu?p�6nt v;has!;i:to';'giViswa:t;t�itl6S Td;jChft;Ue.; .Pm^le,': .of,, i^iifl,, o%-bpdiMn'ioJ, asva; manrwhov coald-:.r feettt the city to'a! nf'cety, "be having jthe timp to look after a epuntry\ yet needing/^muchilftT; itbeaway'.^of drdaas' .and;bridges to'�hdlp!out:!th^:in'bre was some bhbble-head'. ed galoot,"-this is not the rancher's; own language, but it will answer the purpose-"In- Calgary* who 'was paying a dollar each for rattlesnake hides. Down In this ranch of mine tberer-are lots of rattlers;' Well,. I; got an order for seven hundred head Of rbugh stuff, and I went down to,-the ranch to bave the boys bring in; -the cattle from which to pick; The cars were waiting on the track, there Were a lot of 'tops'.right handy, but I s,ent the boys out to bring In rough steers, as I was getting a good price, and did not. have to send 'lops.' "Those' sixteen cowboys went out^ and r watched all day for cattle to begin to trickle In, Not a bead camb down, and finally I 'was forced;, to load 'tops' into the cars; It cost mi! ten .tiiousand dollars.. , ^ "Along toward'"dark; the cowboys began ;to come backjrand then 1 tow why It was that they had not.brought in, any Oattle. Their saddles were loaded down with dead snakes,'dollar each In Calgary, s Thsy:: had (Some across a snake-ipiti and .apent tlie lay in killing them, forgetting ail about their orders to bring la cattle.'Would any of the old-titoeoowboys have done that?. They would not. '� "Yes," he continued,In answer to a QuesUon, "there's a lot' of rattlesnakes on thatrange. One day 1 w&s Hding along wltb: one of the cowboys, 'when aj rattle sounded- In the is aii ehomy'within the camp. It will undermine the strongest cot^stitution and ru n the tno^t vigofous health. tt leads to mdigestion, bil ou�ipesSi impure blood, bad complex oa,,filck hedflabhee, and is one Of th�! liao^C freqUept caUses of appendicitis. To neglect it is slow adtdde. Dr.Morse'a Indian Rdot, P1U� powtively 'cur� Cpfistipflition. , They al* ervorely vegatat^lq {n composition and do.'pot stcken, weafeen� or gripe. Preiiarve.-your w�(tji by.taklng FiT't'fiD Wrtw DOUBLE SIDES AND AOOmONAIi WATERH6BT BSUtHEADS EXTEranrtc from tHfe BOTTOM to file tOF OF THE VESSEL / 1VIII soil trttWk New Yarlc V APRIL it-MAy I WHITE STAR LINE, 333 MAIN STREET, WINNIPKG ATHLETICS THE ONLY STAPLE INFIELD (By W. J. Macbeth) Hamilton, Bermuda, March 18.- Connie Mack of the Athletics Is the only major league manager who has been able to plunge into spring training With no worry over bla Inner defence. Philadelphia's infleld is as close to perfection as anything that has been flashed across the profeia-sional baseball span. Even McQ^raw is a bit uncertain as to the ftriai Array of the champion Olaats while a couple of the Red 8o.v infielders are questionable quantities. McGraw'fi infleld did' not Just sblt him last season, despite the rulia'*by race he made In the National -LeagBB. The team staggered through the cani' paign well enough, but in th6 efele-bTated world's Series-^the real te8t-=^ a few things transpirefl. that set the fans to thinking, anyhow. In the world's Series and, indteed, in the final stages of the spring, 'both Mer-kle and Fletcher fell down badly. Merkle played erratieaily the last �1x weeks and then gximmed the series by failing to try for an easy pop foul from Trts Speaker in the eighth and concluding contest of the annual classic. Play Thorpe at First yMcGraw has been schooling his great Indian recruit, Jltb 'Thorpfe, for first base duty. He may not be apprehensive of Merkle, biit it Is a beK tainty'that he appears none too certain of him. Fletoher,,'too, will h^e. to hustle as he never bustled befori to hold the shortstop posltloh safs from Tlllle Shoter's clutobes; The Infield of the Boston Rfed^bix was all that �)\ild be desfred lb 1918, but it is questionabld If It can hold together another year. Yerkes was can-led along by Heinle Wagnet> who had his 'best major league season. Wagner has beBu playing for many years and can not possibly Improv'e. Indeed, it Will be BUrpriBlng If .he does, not start to go bick. Gardnfef Fast ThiM 3aeke'r � Jake Stahl is a rattling good first, baseman, but (he, too, Is beginning to feel th^ joust'Wltb Time. Tho double responBlbllltiea 6t manager knd player took a Ibt out of him last year. This spring he Is sohopling an iriifdiM'v study in the hope o'f retiring ,tb-the bench. Larry Gardner, at tbird, lir one Jewel. About the best third sacker in the league, thle fallow., The Cubs have to 1111 the gap caus* ed by the loss of Joe Tlnk�r. Th* latter will have to prove hie v�lu6 as a playing manager at short for the Reds. Brooklyn ha� to build Up about the keyatimfe, While tiia Phillies are so beset that they are thinking of yanking Sherwood Mage* In 'to flr'st^se. The QuaiteiCB are a bit up In tWj air at third, loo, whera there Is ftonsldevable' unoe/rtalnty about Hans Lobert regaining his old^ time form, The Pirates have been looking for a first baseman for years. Boston hah only one Infleld surety-Sweeney, at second-'While the Oard^ Inals have to do a lot of streagtisen'-ing to figure in the hunt. Chase is Yankee's Best Hal Chase Is the only approvad.* In-fielder on the New York American team unless Frank Chance is able to play, in which case Chaee �will bav� to be remade Into a second saoker. Detroit' has nobody but Bush at shortstop. Waahiagton lacks*; competent, second baseman. The Wblta Sox have not solved the wlag pw^" lema, while eievelanU aealns totter-in* generally all'along the Sinner line. The'Brown are decidedly experimental at sayife for Jimmy AniSitln, the very Weaak'hfttlng third Backer. Under these olrcumstaaces It la rather ^deiightfdl tb tu*ti baok to Connie Maiok's wondftrful quartet. There have been some wonderful fOUr-pIy- foinb'inatloii'a-^'tbtably �th'e old Orioles and Cubl^^uf none Bur' passed, in allround pettectlOta llke''tbe presePt Atbletie array. SgefeS, agility, consistency and strategy are all to" b6 fbund In deteft'ce as WfeU as Offence. Collectively the four bat far. above 'thfe ,300 mark. Ba'hy, the wfeakest swatter, Is ptie of the most dangerous in a pinch," and be pouAded at a .261 clip in 1912. "Stuffy" Mc' Innls, who'Supplanted ^le veterali Harry Davis,' swatted .337 last yean As a fielder flone-Burpa'dB-blli& %&v� Hal Chase. ' " . MAP OF JAMNiA-^whtoh is now- Ih the handB of the Greeks along 32,000 Turkish prisoners. 1^ trail,'at;the very faet oi!,.tli& cowboy'p horse. Although a h&rs'fe imay never have seen- or heard tti rf ttleri ;y6t,' he: knoWs the danger. .^bW'^libr^'e : was; from the north, Wher&^ th^te ^ afft ijo rattlesnakes, but be ^Igd t&t. 6nbb, and dumped the co>plte of tbe'acdott!:pftfie'Amyloids,!,' wiiom they regard.t,o" a certain extent as Ibelr natural.' alilea, in the prli, since teirltorial questions, It" polnitwd out, did'Jlot-plai^, th^ part with the Amatlbibs iAi OiH as .with the olhfti- "SdyerB: ;