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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pages. THE LETIIBRTDGE DAIIiY HERALD Wednesday, March 22,1911. J10WANSIT.1""^, NEW TELEPHONES fEUFECTION tOCOA Is good for Growing Girb Mid Boy*-and titer bke it. It iioHtUies tKeir Iklle bodies ud iMkes them heakhy and tlrang. Cawaa'a Cocoa, m you fet it htm your CTMCT, ifl abaolotcty pan. k> ddkioui flam m obuiwd by iKe uw of the highat |, rtie of CocM txMUM. fkiKolly bIndedL NoiMii it (dded to imptir the hcdth-building pmpertic* of the Coooa. ITC Do YoQ Vm Cowan'fl Coeoa? DAMAGES AWARDED ;G.T.R. Paid $50 tc Traveller Who Was Inconvenienced ' roTiiw.ili, UlU , Marcb 15 -lii .iii 'nrtioii inert iit tlir Divimon I'miii. ('i>rn�;ill, beturc .Iiirige Lirlrtcll anil a j ;ii!v, niincan ^Innrop of tins town. I^as awartieri *50 rtaninprs ami losis BS'ii'iK' iliP Oranri Tiunk Kailwax. (ircan.T a fTain did not stop a I a lliic; statiun when .proppth .--inualltd. tliereb.v causing ((uisidprablo flrlai ' aiifl inciwivcnifliPi' to the p'J'i"''''^ jTlx' alYair iicciirml ai Malloiv tow ii I ! last C)rtober, two trains passmn iif-ppw. T. .1. I sipnal to slop, ll was S24 Cnmplioli. Wilson -t llorue ;',! all wiio (ravel on Uii' railway and tlia' i hr vcliisal or negUn't oi Ihi- locomoi; vr rivui-r to stop flip Train whpii sijciiallpd wa-? a lirrach of that contract ll IS hplipvfd tliat ihis m ihr lir>:l riiiip tlnit an action of iliis kind lia> Helanp.v. Geo. A. ...........Rpgidence ---- , .2(i."> SUprlock BIk , .(vin Till SI., S. ; Mo I Kvveri. K. A. . . . ; i:',^2 Kversfield. S. n. ! 11Kclistorm, C. .1. . I |i"iH Knglish Cafe .. . PEACE TREATV WITH FRANCE lOO:i Kraolie Bros. I 7S:; KilniPV. V". S. Paris, March 21. - Corjver.salions Vaye been held bplwppn Preslrient Ta/t and M .Iiis.sprand, Krencli ain-liasSaidor al Wasliin.tjton :psppctiiig a compfehensivc aEiermcat for arbilr.i-liotl t'CtweBn till' I'niipd .S'.alt"; .-.r.l rrautfe upon thr general oiirli.ie oi tlic PresWont's ideas reear'" .on- v Rations are considered in.iiJii t as preparing rhe wa\ fur a treaiv similar to that proposed between It is unlikely iliat the matipr w.il inke the form of ofjicial excbanses until it is seen whai '.lie outcome trill he of tlie An.clo-American pr--Vo�als. Rev. Matthew rr luierfef- wirli the re aliiaiion of those dreani.s he cherishes. (">n the oiLer baud, he fepis that too ck)*e relations r> hp f . i=! A present s sericis risk in that ihe Uo- jninion rnay '^.e sinoilioil in the em "race of se.israrihica! :nfl'ipnces. This is not iue\ ita^-le. as some callow philosophers say. bni the rl.sy i.s ver\ stroas. when one ueijthbor is leii times the size of the other. In the vigor of Canadian expansion, indiiid i,aUty can be sustained only by a care , fii:!y discrimiuatlns scientific pKron-,omic. !>oliicy. That is a Iriiih which Canadian opnion seen-^s 'o realize.' . Residence ..... . Fiesidence ..... . Residence ..... . Restaiirniit .... F .Florists ............Henderson .1411 �tli ave. A. . .;t92 Till ave., S. . . .812 r.ih St., S. .......I 3th St.. S. Park THK( Al SK F ('OLDS ."ll"; l-'.irris. H. C............... 1 Krayne. .\................. I'jiiT i;ra\ps. .1. S............... : I Us Cibliuu. A. V............... ' hi20 Gowr. .1 ^................. K4V (kHKlm.iii. ll............... 1 4!i:! lirppll. (;e;T Harris. W. M............... Ives. A. K................. Iniernntional Harvester Co. . . Residence . , Residence . . . Restaurant . Office..... . . Residence . . Residence . . Residence ,. Residence . . Residf nee . G . Residence . ., Residence . . Residence . .......Anderson st. .....21.-, mth St., s. ........Isi ave., S. .........3rd avp.. S. ......:.22 (llh St., S. . . . 122� 3rd ave.. S. .....til.'. Tlh St., S. 1 Strathcona Court . . . 1414 4th aire., .V. .........1 !�; Sih St., S. 6tb ave. and TtU St.. S. .......$211 liih Hve.. S. ..Gents. Ftirnisliinss ......3rd ave., S. . . Residencp ..........UHli 2nd ave.. S. . . Residence ......... rjfiii fiib ave. S. .. Hospital .................fitli ave., S. .. Frnlls and Confectionery..4!li aye.. S. ..Residence .................Barnes st. H . Residenic . . . Bandmaster , . Residence , . . Piano Tuner , . Residence . , . Real Kstate I . Residence . . . . .'ith ave, and tiuh st, ..........rith ave. S. .......414 lith St.. S. ..........tlHi ave.. S. .....Iti2ti 3rd ave., N. ..........Ith ave. S. . i*.  -113 f4th St.. S. ..Knights of Jp-thlas Bldg., .'th si., S. Good Advice Regarding the Prevention of Coughs and Colds l.f people wonld only fortify and Ftrengttien the system, 'lie majority 1 Oliver. II. W...................Transfer----............643 8lh St., S. 14"j;'. Oti, W. .\...................Residence .............33li Tih St., S. 1223 OUnder. C. (J..................Store ................ri23 13th st.t X. P 1358 Peat. ,Ias. T....................Residence ............63S llth St., S. �0r, Plsko. Tol .....................8tor� .................. Staffordville 1272 Pumpfroy. N...................Residence ...........:628 Hth St., S. Q 674 tauigley, D. H...................Residence .............\fain St., X. W. R 1211 Red Rose Bakery .......................................L-ith St., X. 14i>l Roberiflou. ,!no. Ct...............Besldence ..........1108 7th ave., S. Ill.iil Robinson. ILK..................Residence ........181.=) erh ave. A, S. I Ui:>2 Rose. Mrs. .\1.................Hcsiclonce ......... Ninth Street S ! S I I 742 SalvaHoii Army ................Residence ..............324 5111 St.. S. I24H Sung. Robt. F..................Residence ..........1210 fit.h ave., S. (i37 Padowski, AL ................Residence ..............293 Bvme. St. I I'so tio. .\lia. Liinibermen's Credit Assooinllon ............ Sherlock Block 744 Smilli, R. S..................Residence .. . .6rh ave. and Sth St., S. 728 sievenson, C, W. ..............Residence ............ 1403 Rachel at. MRiJ Shearer, Rev. W...............Residence ............622 13th St., S. 13.58 Shedden, .1. K..................Residence .......... 1272 3vd ave., 8. tiS?, Sttickey K- Son ...............f-tay and Grain ........Dominion Blk. 132S Sheriff's Ptiblic Office................................Courthouie 1273 Sheriff's Private Office.................................Courthouse 1037 Scott, 11 .....................Residenoe.............202 lltb bL, S. 766 Steele, .\L B....................Residence ............306 3rd are., S. Uliii lUli *ve.. ��H. I Cut Out and Paste in "Vour Oli>o�tory i  A 1(18,1 Alrd. Jas ....................h��ld*nce....... a ll.,3 Bawdcn, .Miss ................ ResideiK-e............til4 �th M.. S i.iM Bniler. K.....................Residence ........522 12lh st. H, N. 774 HKiassin. S. A................. Residence .....113 Victoria Mansions C 'iu7fi Cravatli. L. K..................Residence ..........1318 f.lh ave.. S. . 723 Case. Howard .................Residence .......... ..S(i2 7th si., S. il41,^ Craig and Heaton .............Carpenters ..........,47 Y. M. C. A.....................Dovmiiory ...............lOtto sL, S. 447 V M. C. A.....................Offlf* ....................lOlh si., S. . . .313 .".th ave., N. .........r,th St., S. ...... 3rd Ave. S , . . 1112 llth ave.. S. WINTER WHEAT IN THE NORTH APOLOGIZE TO HON. C SffTON Bowville Man R e p o r t8 j McGill University Disgrac- That It is in Perfect i Shape i Chas. l*itchcocks. of Bowville. Is in the citv tddiiv . Me says that the !v inter wheal is a perfect stand and ' that he has 'not .seen a single place jv^hpre the seed has nol come up I I'here are no patches, but everv field ' is one even surface of strong, green, growing winter wheat. The jwoplc 1 have had a hard wiuter, but they arc I all in good spirits and expect to have la fireal crop this summer G. N. OFFICIAL IN THE Cmr: ed by Actions of Some Ruffians Moutreai, March 22.^An (jfl'iclal apology troin the student body of McGill v�-ill probably be tendered to Hon. , Mr. Sltton for the Indignities to wiiJch I be was fliibjeoted on iMonday night by ] the rowdy element of the nndergrad-j nates. A memorial Is being clrctilated I In Che iintrergltv and largalr aigncd. ; while the stiidentB' council tutt called ' a mags ineetiug for 5 o'clock this after-. noou to consider what action should ; be taken towards punlBliing those who I have brought tbetr Alma Mater Into I disrepute and to draft an apology. Clrll action for daoiagos amounting t� ll.XOO, including the cost of the carriage which was bamed may also add to the discomfort of the atudents at�d somebody will have to pay. About dozen sttidentt will be made tho de-ftendants it i* stated. It was on the invitation of a large body of the Btu4eDt8 that Hon. Mr. Slfton came to address them In the hall of the McGlll Uiaversity. LAWNS AND GARDENS We are carrying a ftili stock �of flower and vegetable seeds. We have the best varieties of Sweet Pea seeds (eeparnte colors or mixed) stocked in large quantities. Our lawn grass seed Is th* best mixture you citn proaure for this cllmat�. We arc always pl�ased to give you instructions as to the best methods of planting seeds and the culture of plants and if yon plant our seeds you will be well pleased with the results. The TERRILL FLORAL CO. PHONE vrr Car. 4th Avs. * lltfi St. t. THE LETTER BOX MORE PRESBYTERIAN MISftlONARieft J. T McCaughev. Assistant General Freight and Passenger Agent iof the (L N Rv . is in the city today in connection with the proposed chaiiRe 111 the time of connections between tlip A R 1. trains and his com- _ , pane's at Virden. The proposed' carUstcn. March 20.-Owi,.g 1* Uie change will be a great convenionce i" . rapj,, expansion of the work and the travellers over the A. R. * 1. that the building will be completed  by Easter. BLAIRMORE AND RIOIMtOeiTY Blalraiisre. March 20... Kditor Lethbridge H�nild: Dear Sir:-In a recant iaaue of your valUAble pa,yer you caa* out In'' glaring baadlluea with the announcement "Malrmor* Board of Trade in favor of mclproolty b> a IMce majority." Would you mind stating in your next lasue th* ttAlowiRg fgcu:' At the tlmo the vote referred to iravi takes there were seven members of the board, all told, in the rq�rf&. This ftttmiber included the chairman, secretary and newspaper reporter. F'act Is What your readers want. A CITIZEN. [This letter was only received *y the Herald yasterday and is given in sertloli on the first opportuniiy.-Bd. Herald.J A WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION CASE The attention of the District Court ' ----� was taken up this morning with the principal of boy'� Workmen's Compensation case of! school at moose jaw Cowau versus Doyle and Thomas. The , .vioose Jaw, March 31.-At a meet-| action is brought by the widow of a . ,, ^he directors of the Sasltatche- PUT ON OLD SERVICE AGAIN Mr A K Dininger, brafflc ejcpert for the Railway Commission, is in the citv today. U is vn^erstood that he asked Supt. Kevin, of the A. R. 4- t. as to n'lien they might sxt pect the old service on the Oardstoti branch to be resumed, and was assured that it would be put on af;aiM very soon. "I'hc service was ctwnKe�{* during the winter months. man named Cowan who was killed wan Boys Residential while working on the Dominion block , f^^^, Graham B A last August. The evidence was all' ' ' ' taken and ihe counsel will submit written argument to Judge Winter. W. C. Ives appeared for the plaintiff and P. .J. Nolan of Calgary for the defendants. .y:\) i2ih St. .V. . . .234 13tli St., N. . .1230 Charles St. . . .(i3;'i KUh St.. S. ......3nd uve., S. . .91 2iid ave., S. . . .732 Bertha si. . I22it 4th ave.. S. . . ..Dominion Blk. .301) Torrance ave. .427 lath St. A. K. 12:; 7th ave. A. S. College, the B.b., mtniS' ter of St. David's Presbyterian church. St. John, N, B, was appointod principal of the college. The college la the reBidentlal school estabUsh�d by the synod of Saakatchewan Id Meose Jaw to cost 1250,000. CARD .OF THANKS We take this means of tbaakfaig all the friends and'physl'Clans who In so many ways extended synnMiQiy and kindness in our late bereaveimmt. DB. J. B. IXIVBRINO. O. iV. CttOVKHITE AND DEAL WITH MIXBO MARMAMS the MARIlETS winnipeg wheat Winnipeg. March 22.--May �2 3-8. closed 92 7,8; July ov�ened 84,1 the Specialty Actress at the Majestic Theatre This Week closed 04 1-4: October opened 89 1-8, closed 89 7-8. Cash wheat: So. I Northern, 90 1-4, No. 2 Northern 88 1-4, No. 3 Northern 81), No .4 SO 3-4. No. n Tf,, No. 6 68 1-2, Feed til. Oats Xo. 2 C Vk' 31 1-2. Barley .No. ;!, 5S: No. 4 46. Flax No. 1 .N. W. 2.42; May 2.45; July 2.3.-.. Protestant Miniatars May BriM Mattsr to the AtMntlaw tiT ParlUmant Toronto, March U,-That tke,alK�d marriage controreray will kfOu|l)t before the DomlnlOB fOVMimttBt in the near future with tha dmand ttet an amendment b� made the orttn-; Inal cod� to prevent luiy �rte�t, attais-! ter or any persqm from breaUne itp opened I a Christian home is to be act of *e Protestant mlti iatera of Toronto. As one expressed this morning, they feel that It is high time gome action should be taken in the matter and if anything can be done to remedy the conditions, the move will be made immediately. If 1 Had Eczema MONTREAL STOCK MARKET .Montreal, .March 22.-The market was very active today in stocks. Pacific and Richelieu leading the list. The latter was the inosi active stoeit traded in. Richelieu opened at 115 1-2 and sold a poini higher at 116 1-3, over two thousand shares cltanglnp hands. Pacific opened at 219 1-4 and closed at 21!) 5-8. I'd wash it away with that mild, aootklng liquid. D. O D. Rellevea al'i kinde of skin trouble, cleansing awKy the Impurities and clearing tip tbe oomploxlpn as nothing else can. Y�M. If I had any kind of skin trouble Vy USB D.D.D. Write the DX>.D. Ijaboratories, Dept. uh., 41 Celboame St., Toronto and tha; wiU sond yon a trial bottle (twe. Jackson A Oope looal agenu. REBELS HOLD UP RAILROAD TRAINS Search Them for Mexican Soldiears-Rcfugees Beginning to Flock to the American Border-Train Passengers Are Not Molested il'H Taduifiu. F '.,8G'luull, CU.1S A..................Hesideilc.-- ............ I0t"u St.. S. B.......,......J. .^tesidenoe ............iub IStli sU, st. Tuscon, Arizona, March 22-Pass' engers on the train arriving here today from the west coast of MexiMt It la feai�� noB'Ooabatatita wiU be SBDlMtad to ttlU �r�at�r hardships by tbo blMkatfe. Cbl. 8�muel Orattia OmHar, of PNatdnnt DIM military aUff, la BtlU iDospMltated by hl� wound H Oua OitaAaa. C�L. a�ha�o la thoncht t* 1m mufMag to Oasa OrandM to reU�v* bin aa It to know* that Pr�ai4Mt Dlas ha� scat a i)�r sonal courier with mstructlons that Col. (rtiellar be esoorted to some point where he may T�onve msdical attsu-Uon, win alloWji ;