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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta riiiirNiljiy, MaiTh 23, 1011. THK LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD k ^ ^ ^ ^ liecipm for l6 Ounces of Cough Syrup  t No Better Remedy at any Price. Fully Guaranteed, B. of T. Gouncirs Weekly Meeting (fvoiitinued from front page)- Mivke ii plnin syrup by toixine two cups of grHniilut.ed sugar uiid one uiip ct warm water and stir for two tnln-iiteg. Put. 2>4 ouucoB of pure Piiiex (fifty oeuta' worth) in a 16 oz. bottle, nnd fill 11 up with tlie Sugar Syrup. 'rhlB gives you a family supply of tha best uough syrup at a anving of $2. Jt never spoils. Take a eeaspoonful every one, two or three hours. The etTeG.&W. Matter Heard {Cotitimifd [n]in front pasc). Mr. Hennelt pointer! out that Hctldn would hp hrnnghi asalnst thp Imiik in the nrovincr wlmrc it.s liend offii-e was and whcif iho nioupy .irtiially �Hti:," renianked the Chirr .(uaiice. "1 ihoiight the money was deposited 111 the Ecimotiion hraiidi of the Unyal Hank"" Startling Statement "Tlu' iiicjney was iicc-r In tin- \ira\-iiic.fl, rie\pr was and never will he," re-lilied Mr. Hennpii. Mis Briiieineiit llial the money never wonld bp in 1 lie |,iroviniif.'.hi hf ' determined by one action The liaiik vviitiieil to hp freed trom liiimiiion and the miiltiplicai ion oV hiw Htiits a.s far as possihle. and lo he in s'li-li |)ositioti when ilie case wa.s i'iirrlpd ii tho pri\.\ council, a.llcity committee, nothing conid bo donp In that connection, tint the president suggested that the Board have cards printed and given to agents they could appoint at the differ-enr ports of entry directing people to r.eihbridge. He said thai 9outhern Alberta was not getting its share of the thousands of people who were coming into the oonntry and tlvey .should got busy ai once. He suggested having on the cards general information and the naniPB of business men, telline the people they could ('ome to Mo D,VM|>ep.siu, Urn, lieart-fUii MiiiiitcH latei* burn or liidl^eNtioii liverv family here ought to keep some Uiapepsin lu the house, as any one of you may Imve an attack of indigestion or Stomach trouble at any time, day or night. This harmless preparation will di-neat anything you eat and overcome a distressed, out-of-order stomach five minutes afterward. If your meals don't tempt you, or what little you do oat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lend In your stomach, or If you have heartburn, that is a sign of Indigestion.. Auk your Pharmacist for b OU-cent case of Papes Diapopsln. and take a little Just as soon us you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food miiod with acid, lui .stomach BUS or heartburn, fidlness or heavy feeling in the stomach. Nausea, Dehllllatiug Headaches, Dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go and besides, there will be no sour food left over In the stomach lo poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape'K Uiapepsin is a cerliiin cure tor out-of-order stomachs, because it prevents ferinenlalion and takes hold of your food and digests it just the same re if your Etomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stomach misery at any drug slore, waiting tor yoti. 'i'hese large ijO-cent. cases contain more than sufticiifcnt to ctire almost any chronic case of Dysppp.'iia, Indiges-turn or ai^- other Stomach Irotiblp. POUCE RAKE IN THE COIN The poliof department rested in PMoe li^ptniiKbt and diflu't even cot^ ral a drunki However, ths court had rather a busy session straightening out the hang^iver cases from the last f�w aays. In the tfase of l-anigan, charged with sleaUng niail belonging to Addle Tongue, a retnand' illl next Tuesday was asked for^ by fjanlgan to enable him to obtalri'logal advice. The remand was gi^an'ted. The mSgistrate sure garnered in some easy money lor tli* city as a result of the MJller laid'on Tuesday night. .lohnsqn dug up Jis yesterday to square himself. The others charged with frequAtlng the house raided, who pleaded not gtiilty yesterday moL'uing, decided .that they were very sorry to have beert found In such "dark" company. Bifly Dtjnaldson, (reorge Maclean andl/ucilla Brown, tho 'two-step kid,"'all .'Pleaded guilty this morning, and offered up $15 and costs each as a peace offering. Lncllla said it didn't seem enough, but she wouldn't kick tbia time. She told tho court also that the was very loathe to say goodbye, but she had found .it convenient to leave town. The spring weather : seems to be rather warm, and the mag-! istrate advJaed a change in climate. Miller waa put In tlie sweat-box and pleaded not guilty on the charge of keeping a disorderly house. Oeo. Ferguson, colpred, was called I as a witness for the prosecution. He  made a very intelligent witness and ' told a straightforward story. He has. been living In the house next to Mill-; er's for 10 months and has never been ; disturbed till the .Miller family, also colored, moved in next door. Slnw then people have been continually I coming to the house and bothering him I He stated that the next (Jpor. family ; were always kicking up guite an "at-tractloti of noise" and it got on his nerves. Ho and Miller got Into a very wordy scrap and all 'kinds of dark in-einiiations were made. The Chief asked tor a remand till Saturday raomlng I in order to obtain further witnesses ' for the prosec,ution. lEADY roi USE IN ANY QUANTITY For makinc SOAP, aofN ning water, removing eld paint, disinfecting slnkt, cloteli and draina and for many other purpeaea. A can equals 20 lbs. Sal MI Soda. U.efnl for five " ' hundred purpoiei. Sold Evarytefiert E. W. Gillell Co, Ltd. Torcnln, Osl. filLLETTS A PERFUMED LYE CANADA m � I NEW PROFESSORS FOR THE COLLEGE BOLD Mr. Magrath Wants to get Rid of U. S. Domination of Canada this.' tiien aiul ihey would do wliui 1 hc.i could for them in assisting them to got acquainted and do business liefe. It was left over until the general inecting tomorrow night. Those present were: f'lesidptii .M. Hatch. Vice-[Jresideni l^::. .\. Citnning-haiii. .Messfs. t!. R. Tinning, J. Taylor, H .1. II ."^kcitli. .Secretary .Manwarln.g. Also Ft. II. .Mc.Neillie, disiiict passen-ner atieni: .-X. .1. .M.'i.rl)onoll, diiiitig (ar .snpejlntendeiit. and C. F. Lunan. of commissariat departtiicnt, all of the f P H. SOUTH COUNTRY LOOKING GOOD Stratford, Ont., March i;i. -C. A. Magrath, .M. P. for Medicine Hat, addressed a crowded meeting here last night, declaring: "I am opposed In the reciprocity treiily. l have had more re-'inests from my constituents to support than to oppose ii, but if t were promised elect-tion by acclamation if 1 would support the me^isiire, and toid that I would not get one vole in a hundred if I opposed, I vvotild still say I am against it, for I am convinced that it is against the Interests of Canada." Mr. Magrath maintained that ii was high time that domination of Canada by the L'n-ited States ended. Theological Department of Methodist Institution At Strathcona Edmonton, March 2:;.-The board ol governors of Alberta College. - met here yesterday and appointed Rev. C. I K. Bland, of Wesleyan Theological I of systematic theology and history of systematic theology and history, jand Rev. C. W. Bishop, at present In y. M. C. A. work, lormerly pastor of Wesley Church, Calgary, was appointed professor of pastoral theol ogy. Mr. Bland will assume his du ties after the vacation and .Mr. Bishoi, in January 1&12. The salary; of Ur. Riddell, princi pal of the college was increased tnri he was given a three months' vacation and a bonus of $ufjn. The outside memhers of the bo.ird were greatly pleased with the new building on thfe I'niverstty site which will, it was Reported, cost |135,0CK when completed. The hoard decided to inaugurate a forward movement campaign for the college. The Ai berta College in Kdtnonton Is crowded now and the prospects are brighiet: tha,n they have ever been before There was a large representation ot the hoard at the meeting which was most successful in every way. COUNTRY NEVER LOOKED BEHER A. Krank Dillinger, traffic exiwrj for tlie Railway Commission. spent yesterday in the city. He was very uncommunicative and would say nothing as to the object of his visit. He has been on an extensive tour of the C. X. R. towns during the past month. Speaking to tlie lieruld I of his trip, he said, ".Vever did 1 see I the country come into spring In better condition. There has been a great amount of snow in all parts during the past winter. This practically assures good crops, and with a larger acreage under croo than ever the prospects are immense. You art much more advanced In your spring work here in Southern Alberta than In any other point 1 have visited. After tile cold and snow which 1 left fur !ther east 1 was mucn surprised lo see the farmers working on their land yesterday when coming into tlie city.' CUP Won ByForzal- Great English Racing Event Maybe the |ii-ice yon usually |ia.\ will buy more value than yon iisuall.\ .net. RPiid and atiswer ,ids for a while -and "learn." Palpitation of The Heart. ' Mr. W'oslying, roadinastcr for the A. H. 1. and .Mr. Olson, of the firm j of Harris &� Olson, reltirned last night i on iheir .Kasoliiie motor car from Card j stoti where ihes have been for a cou j lile of days on .in inspection and bus | llaesK trip. They found the track and , rmul bed in excellent condition foi this time of year. 'l'hti atid prominent metuber of the \\\ O. H. .-N.. was iirobably fatally injured, ihi.-5 inorniii.n when he fell lhrou,:?h r, sk.vlislit ai his gents' furnishing store. 4 JAIL BREAKER ARRETTED PAUL BREDT A MAN OF.MANY JOBS Reglna, .March 22.-Following the official confirmation todav by Hon V\'. R. Motherwell, minister of AgrI culture of the province of Saskatche wan, of the appointment of Pan) Uredi, of hldenwold, as live stock com-mtssioner for the province, it is geiv erally conceded that .Mr. Bredl will be the successor of F. H. Kdio .A.uld as secretary and manager of the Sas katchfcwan winter fair and also seore tary of horse, cattle, sheep and swine associations of the province. Portfo jlios were also held by Mr. Auld prior .to his appointment as director of the 'extension department of the College of Agriculture, Saskatoon. Montreal. March 23.-Mike O' Kourke. also known as Bruce O' Rotirke, Jim Moore, Hlckey Irish aiit! other aliases, who broke jail at Sher brooke, while waititig trial in con nection with the Uanvllle bank rob bery, in which some $15,000 was made away with by a gang of yeggmen, was arrested here last night by detectives j He was this morning taken to Sher jhrooke under guard by provluoln] de Mectives and will be placed on trial i for jail breaking as well as on the original charge. l-ondon. March 2.'!.- Mght weights had it all their own way today for the r.. .Mr, John Alay was ilie ailiiiiriible floor inau apet- atid ilic ttinsic was sujiplied b.> .^'.r. F. Hu,u;hcs of Frank, and .Mr. .1 Robertson, of Lille AmotiKHl iho.i, preBenr we tiotlcpd Mr. atid .Mr.-J lohn -May, .\lr and .Mrs. -lames Ma.' '. 'Mr. and .Mrs Ab. .May. .Mr. and .\!i-^ '�'lia.s. lieu in. Mr. iind Mrs. .ioir, Lriffiihs. -Ml. .iijii -Mr.-;, .lolin Garran Mr. and Mrs lohn Kie\er. .\li-s. I Iind 1 line. .\lisK Kidd, .Miss .\lollell. .Mis.', HughPP. .Messrs �In-'-'- Boyle, .lohn -AI ' .lenby. .lohn '.'m gladrie, Hobi. Crif ' riths, .lohn .^:lrril.^. \\". (Juthrie, I'.' j 'Sutherland. .1. Ho'ierrs and otheis ' NONE OF THE MEN ARE DEAD Port Arthur, .\Iarcii 23,-.V niessagi from'Silver .Mountain this afternoon sa.vs that none of the men held .up and shot by a straiiKcr who took their time checpics on the way out from a Pigeon t'iv.r lumber company camp I are dead, il'ou.ch all arc woundeil. �They an- being brought to Port Arthur for ni"rticul attention and will ' probubl.n reach here lonigln. Only names known are lhat two of tlie tliree woutuled are brotliers named ; Hacki, all lieing Finlander.s. .\o word [has been rei eived frfim the constables i who went 10 look for their assailant, , lull tile In.aiiives wore reported seen at .North Lake, probably trying to get (across 'he border Info the I'liiied , .'^tales. AMERICANS PUFFED UP New York, March 22,-Knglaud will confer unusual houoi- upon American women next week, when .VIrs. Lewis Harcourt, niei'e of J. Pierponi .Morgan will christen the monster Dreadnought Monarch, Ihe largest battleship ever built al Klswick. Mi-s. liar-court, who was -Miss .Mary Ethel Burns and is the wife of the Secretary of Stale for the t:olouies, will be the first American woman to christen a British fiattleship. The launching will lake plai-e .March ;!0. SUNDAY SCHOOL ON FIRE Winnipeg. .March 2.'. 2 Northern -'ii!4li; licforo .-^ justice yester ilip and roniiiiitted for trial at Ret' heet- ainl :u the meantime was al lowcil 'lui on bail. NAVIGATION OPENS i Windsor. Oni , .March 22.--Thunder ' Ma.v opened f"i' navigation today ,�lien thi- tUf; Hiichess left Alpena to set oiu fish nets. The ice In the sirai's iiii.l .St. .Mary's liver is still !solid nui a lew days of warm weather will sini-t dislniegration. MOUNTED POLICE PATROL AT CALGARY i (�alEa..n. March 23.-Calgary will I'.ia^c a .Mounted f-'olice patrol In the I near future. The city covers 26 siiuare ' uiiie-i and 'lie force of thirty-six poll.e-uieii afford one cop for eac-h squaie mile. .'Uiil the nipu cannot cover the entire disliict. Vlprina, .March 2.S.-An iinconfirm led report from Calonlka today says !thai Abdul 1-lamld, the deported siil !ian of Turkey is dead. A few days ago it was reported that .Vbdnl HamI,] had attempted to commit suicid-? ;.. 'slashing his wrists v ith broken gla".' iwhen bis plot 'o escape fixjin prii.ci^ palace wh.s jriist tied. 1>(>NT Bi: BAI.n NEARLY ANYONE MAY SECURE A SPLENDID GROWTH OF HAIR \\'e have a remedy that has n record of growiug and curing baldnes.- in 02 out of evcr\- hundred cases where used according to diraciions for a n-asoii-.ibie length of time. That ma.\ seem ike a strong statement -i( is. aiid wp mean it to lie. and no ono shouiil ilouhi it until they liave |)iii our �l.-niu.'- 10 i an uctiftil test. ! We are so i'ertain Hexall "OP." Hair Tonic will cure dand.uff. ineveut bald-' npss. stlniulatp the scalp and hair roots, stop falling hair and grow new I hair, that we personally give our pos-' irive g^jarantee to refund every penny \ paid us for It In every Instance where j !t does not give entire satisfaction to I the user. Rexall ".03" Hair Tcnic is an pleasant to use as clear spring water, it is delightfully perfumed, and does not grease or gum the l,air Two sizes, .'.'ic and $1.00. Wi;h o-o guar.-tniee iMck of It, yon certHinly lake no risk. S'lld only at our � si ore - The Rexall store. J. 1) lliginbotluim ii. i'u. .Spokane, .March 23-Krighlcneti by the sudden appearance of a strange Iran, who innde a moveraetit as if lie weie trying lo grab her, iVIiss AuRUi-ta iJavi.s, 20 years old, made a mi.v alep and fell over a cliri 1.5 feet Klgh in .Minnehaha park last evening about 7 o'clock, sudrritig a fracture of the left leg and sustaining other ui.juries Her companion. Williuin Crelstroin. who lives on Tenth avenue, marie a Stan to catcli her. but missed Ins fouling and also fell over the cliff, .strikiu,iondoa, March 28.-Tbe taeeldfac < the goveittiment by membera.ol tb* oH/^' position regarding the reolprool^'-''' agreement continued today.- iwtwn Sit, , Kdward Grey In anawer to a �iHBtidiit1 � ] by J. F. Remoant, said no iDatmtloniil ^ had been given His Majeirtr'a AaibaaMs ' sador at Wasbinston to Invite the Gaii-^ . adian government to Insilat on equalil::! concessions being granted by tb� tlnlt^^ ed States to BriUah traders as wer� ^,o| granted (Janadlans. Remmknt tiutber f asked if tbe government was* itlil de^ J teimined to wait until tbe treaty was ratified, before attempting to obtaini the advantages which undoubtedly"ac-l 7^ crue to British trade bya treaty on :tb�(': ' same lines as the Canadian'. , S)r Ed-' ward Grey, iinswering, said: "Thl�'"n no treaty, it does not require ratlHcafi; tlon; it Is legislation which Is pureljlf I " Canada's domestdc concern." - Rom-^iaui; ' Are we to consider Can*!" ada a part of the British Empire''" A Grey; "1 need hardly refer to th� ~*'^fl very explicit and loyal declaration of' Sir Wilfrid Laurier on thle aubfect."? (Cheers.) '� Sir Edward further said tliat tb# Canadian government had not express*; i ed a desire to be relieved of their ob- , ligation, .under the most favored: na* .i: tlon treaties entered into by Greatjs; Biltaiti, President Taft had hot indj- , caled that the present agreement was. to be only the beginning of new rela-t;. tlons with Canada. DISCREDITS THE WOOLF RUMOR .St Petersburg, March 22. The iiiinistenal struation took a turn today iii'aviirof M .Stolpin rcniainiug Premier .-\ 11lioiiuli .M. Ki.ikovsotT has been appointeil ro the premiership the appointiiii'iit has not been olliciallv aniiouni.'ed. The Kinperor denied last, evening ,ii the residence i.ii Mme. \ i-beroh. ihiuijhipr of Secret arv of .Slate Tausiel'i, who is grand master of t'lie court. after tlio dinner the (iratid liiiches.s tllsa .\lexandr.tna told Ihe.se a.s.senibled that the Empeioi had sncceedcd in persnadiim M. Stid-pin tii ri'icain in ollice. FIRE IN MONTREAL .MoiilieaJ. .\|ar<^h 1':' -Two-thirds of the city's fire fighling force were called our at I o'clock ibis morning for the blaze in, the carriage works of A. C Lai-ciilre. 71 St. .-\nuilne St west. Loss v.as jL'U.oito. .Six horses and the stables were s,Hsed. Edmonton, .March 23.-Hon. Arcl� -McLean, provincial secretary, who returned from the si/itth last evening, totally discredited tbe unpleasant ru- \: mors that were being -published yes- -' Lerday regarding J. \V. Woolf, msni- /' ber of the legislature for Cardatoa , to the effect that Mr, Woolf was'en-' couraging settlers to leave Alberta foe\ '. the r. S. and that some of his con-' stiiuents had demanded his resigna- ^5, tiou. ' ' Hon. .Mr. McLean stated that M did not believe the rumorg for a moi ment. "In fact," he said, "Mr. iWoolfs still had large interests lb tb*. south, of the province, and was one ef tbt{ most active and enterprielng men In^ Cardsion, and he has done a *rea4j deal for that district." - CONFERENCE WILL LAST A MONTH  London. .March L'.'f.-The  hosslons of the Imperial Con-  ference will be held ai the  Korelpii Office and will cover  (our weeks. Premier As-  iiuith will pi-esidi.' at Ihe open-iiiK session and Hon. Lewis  Hurco'iii siibseiineiiil.v. In  defereurp to the expressed  wish of the visitinu delegates  ilic government is not accept-<� \uk on teir bebulf any outside  social in.stitiitions, but there  will be a Foreisn CM'flce party  and several baugiiels. Election Card I 70 THE ELECTORS h I As I have presented mj'self baforejjj ; yon for the seat on the City Council^, ' which was made vacant by the deathil ; of the late Alderman Tllley, and as.it : is Impossible to see you all person-.. 1 allv before the day of election, which,;" , Is .March 29th, I take this opportunJtyl.j of asking you for your support'and.-confidence in this coming election. ' i And If I am elected I will do my utmost t.o fulfill the contldenoe #bi�k''<-.vo,u entrust In me. , .' Yours Binoarely, W. R. Virtue.. Coal, Ice and DRAYING tarn Transfer Compauy 1^. LONG BROS.. Proprietors, Office next Arcado. Phar.o 1163. Wejiave in stock two hand-made Delivery Wagons for $90 each Call and see them before buyinR. Also one two-horse Delivery Wagon for $165. This Ik a first class wagon and will carry 1800 pounds. ;