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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mmmm SbI� PILLS Bwiiglif Relief "|;t�rder I*ke, Oat., Majch a6th. ,'eon' suffering for some titiie I, �Kidneys and Urine. 1 was aotlj, passing water, which ��?*� , r,*e�nty,;> sometimes as many as |it%"time8 aday. Each time tliepain i;aotneUiitig a^vful, and no i rest at "^heardiOf.your GIN Pltt/S and iided to' give, them a trial at once, ent my ;chum 60 miles to get them 'lees t'han am pleased to inform you lan six hours, I felt relief. i^rJn two days, the pain had left me enWrely. I tbok" about half a box and J. today I feel as -well as. ever and my ^:i;;,:i1dneya are acting quite natural again." ^''^�V" : N SID CASTLEMAN. , j^,.;feGIN PII,I,S::soothe the irritated s: '(Madder-heftl,the sick; weak, painful ; Jc|dneysr^tads^reKgthett both these vital ;fj-gaas. ^fail. : v ;;i.i*50Ci a lx>jr, ;6 foff 4.50. Sample frie , Mfyoii writ�I?ali6nal Drtig and Ghemical O9,; of qansdaj lamitedi Toninto. u?; 1 Ohe: bf World's "Greatest Disasters (Cotttlttued Jrom trbnt pagO). Tatlbus cities; and officiat appeals for help were seht'tp jaelgbborlng states. Th� flrat relleLtrftia ta Dayton aent from/Xfinla ladt n'lghti wAs expected back early tti&ay^ , Prepafratlon? were madfi by thS'State leglslatiire at Col-\imbu8 ^o lappTopna/tc 1250,000 for the rlelsJf^oE.'ith^ sufferers. Thft.CWveiiibr^ estliiiates ihe honie-less In, O,htWaV;2,50O,000. Effol-tSjW^ifeitoeing made to succor thjs'vlctlms^t I^aru.vand other Indiana oltles^ "Supplies: of every description for 6,000. persons were rushed to P�ru from neighboring towns. At Da^^tbnr.ial daylight, It was seen that thQt main Bope of reaching the city la^f-sin: motor boats, since ordinary rowboats stood small - chance of hreaatlng'the^ cuiTent. ; ; ' Clihgjng for SaYet/ GIVEN UP 10 DIE 4" � lem Dayloijj a|%,i7d}fflcalt ;S:'There however^ioCr'a .gradual subsidence of jthb iursgo^thelflood � whieh had teacfe Ie$ills/::ligi|ht.tdt|3ayt midnight,? .and^began^^lQwly to. Jail,...... 4puu.pre^fng5need at^DaytoUi next to'%t4Wolfei^Cfe|t,;:mo,,. ' |!^rej�bi|'s'thaf^!i^taye .'iM^ at, p^^,i5Afi!:it�oj^nd i^^^ Iftto^^ViclimsjIt^if; residents; otvN^ ' oaught like'^^^ TiHran^ nitd'hJli^.njot >varnliig. Today, ^'Ihave much plewn'i* in;;testifying' to the almost marvelloyijenefifel Mve derived from taWn^�t�niitr�-tlv�i'';v; I was a lifelong sniRnsrfrim Chrotics! Constipatfon,, andstlie''onIy meditinelj ever secured to do nfe&nt real gbod Vras; 'Frnit-a-tives^'.' Mis(jncdicine cured? me when eveWylhiag else Jailed. 'Also, last spring, I had ;a'severe attaile of; Bladdrr IVonWe conbfed with Kidiniy 0 5Vouble,>;and ; ir^tdt-S^iveS" tttred these complaints ;fdr .tnev When the physicians attending me had practically! given me up, ...... .. );;�'-: I am now pvei^ ei|;|ityVes�f I can strongly fecontBiends"Frnil-a-; tiyes-J: Jorc Chronit;KC�natij^^ tod i Bladder and Kidhej' TrdubleA" .  , JAMB& DlNOWAtfl,. "Ji^it-a-tives" is the only medicine in tie world made: Ofi frnit Juiies^-^d ? is tl'iegreatMtkidiieyi bladder ifid live* ; medicine ever putoB theffliirketi ; 'v 5oca:box,:6for:|ai5o trial siievasc At dealetra;or Sent postpaid ohreceijitdf � price by Fnut-aTtlYMXimited, OtUwa. Redistribution was Pas$S3 (Continued^ from front pafte). asW^SSeTlS Jeet of wat� .iUthoughNthc flpo4;is. rcos^mg,ithe 'rim^^sbesiimink agsan.and the chan^^ ' % csarl^^ar>ft flood yfill remain at - Uhe'present level until the rain ceas- '^300 Victims at Peru �;" l^oufch^m/, ind., March 26.-An o�-.'>4cial report received by Mayor Goets the canal are being; dynamited to relieve the pressure ;pf the water. Most of,theabridges in the; count/ wer�s swept away. Ttie city was itf total darkness last night, and telephone and telegraph,'Connections were destroyed. ��. A few'bodies^ have been seen floating* down;;.the canali Many houses have been swe^it away. Operator Tells the Story , Indianapolts; ^Martih ;2e.r-ThiB, Assp^ oiated Press:here -in .communication at! noon with, the .Western .Union operator at Wolio's.G;c6ek office;/ W-Mch is a mile' aml;-a hall from Dayton, learned thkt the vrater m the city has fallen four feet since midnifeht. The operator said "there were several had fires in the nrain district, of Day-, ton; ;and ctliat'tte J damages will jrunf into the .milHons.";!!Several ol:the fires' were put out by- -dynamiting the building, he saM, b'at there js still more danger from flra. ' $50,000 For Relief ; Harrisburg; Pa.,*March 26/^^^^^-^^ PennsyTlyania* Senate? today;j;unant mously adopted a reBolutibh lor-'the forwarding of $50,000 to 'the , flood sufferers of Ohio. ' " ' ' Fot$y Victims at BrooljVJUe - . ;; Gonnersville, Ind.i ;MSj:ch'26'.i;spr6b^ ably forty� people. Tsere'dt^^^ Brookville, .Franklin.....count|, las't mght, when,they ,Avere caUght ia,thB donflux of'tW/easfr-and west .torks'ot: White Water driver, 'which meetis in that tpwnv:Surviyors' ?.?taiit%b� ^. tempts rof men;; women and;;children to escape by the light of lahtsms after the electric light "plant ba^ been swamped.,,Cross. currents" .carrying � Hof Qovth.'Beh4Mit 10*.4ff a.m. today ij;,iong streets and aUeyS carr)>ed .them was.rthat 30b, people wore drowned at j down to United street, "a n�ile west, js. was'^-that 30b/people wore; ,?Pefn',' Ind.fSthat no bodit------- -VrecdTei;4a,,'.�ftd:4hat there -was less ' Xteol bl^lof the entire city that 'Rabbi Hortz will f assume his;? dutiesr^^>He 'Is* the .first, rabbi to^i bpolnted' to the cfllef ^office since; MTturpVof thfr Jews' to London In r'few:for n:y. white lights J^syf ;'Tbrfc,"JtfaFrh 26.-Cinrfew fofe. *ihn."whiiP, light rdiatriet *ill rlSd rr6iDptl> .t'cvpue' o'clpck In the uio#|or nor yoa-mf'i^^rhci ,Vu>or rdlificd i'le i^f^M rpb'^CO'nnil^BlonPr tint he nad rpi!0||i .all .tht). forty six ot> order'mil alfso dasp KoviralT^ 'uHnight balooub in U c dov>nioivn di p| Irlct; patroni/wllargpK 'b> "|Jht^^ ater. Saving Crew ;iwashin�ton^3^jarc}i'26.-:The United; States 'life-iSaving station at L'ouis-.v^l^ has.'^den* ordered tp hurry its 'entiV cr^W,'i!e4i��PPed, with power boats, and vWMaving, apparatus, to Oinciiinaa.'^'wlth orders .to work up 'fcMMiairii-'iVaUey' t6\vard Dayton for ^adtf^^Bodies Found.,,, \ , %'Colmnbu^r 'i>��io'. March',26,-aover-; nor'Coi''EB&ved,a message;^hy tele^ !phone^frbin�)iayvtOn, shortly before 11 ro3oI6'ck:.t'bas^,.,-from John Bell, the.; 'Belilfr^ephone' operator,' in'; which it jwras^ptftted that two hundred bodies iJatfCljBeifliaufe.vThe-bodies were ,lo-; ibat^^by' In�fn-^'who V^re in patrol J�WlSs-.Bodies" the n Jcut' fsd:iwas^1.ftW..:,tfiatt -of(ilife,at^'^i�to^y. �'';?The' just south of the'tb'nm. , , , Grafton.' \W.'�Va.;iJMarc*; '26.;-The. B. & O. ^Telegraph dperitor this^af-f temoon received from'^a B. & a .operator at a^. tower, >ne4r Cincinnati'a message ;;>saying I �t)iatAS;;a, �: Leadet Mlch6ner;dld not force ^.dli �vision on >th6:tKlrd reading of th*-te^ distribuaon JjiU but contented ,ifttn-iselt by expleS8irtg>'his disapproval of. the measure.', ^ . , Thre&.'New. .Judges . . ,., Some imi>ottant iBmendmentS t,*!> .BX-J istlng,legislation.ai'ei made in;atnend,-' Inehts to tiic "statute law whicfci ytds; passed jyestfelfday �afternoon. ,The,f apt provides lor an-amendni'ent to ',tlHs SupremiB ;CJoi5rt�actj At the vpresent time the.actiproTides lor a chief.rjtisr tioe and; flvi^:s;other judges;: ^T:^, amendment-provides tor the creation; of thre*addrtionaV.;; judges, bringing the nuraber>iup to nine. The act also changes thoiname of the "court; ,ob-banc" to ^^}appellate division of � thfe' supreme;;cOurt'5i' of which three judg-is �m shall coristitute 'a quorum. Bach Decemher'Ath&'Judges shall select.four; of their number to constitute : tl� appellate division during the; enSUtng year, but.every other judge on the) court shallvibeex-ofBoio a meni'berrof: the appellate,division. An amendment; is~ also madevliO the legal profession act^ providing for admission to; the practice; of flaw within the province; of any lawyer trained in any other : country who has been resident ; in the province; for six. years prior to: Jan. 1, 1913. ;: Pool Room Act ; .;- ,The pool roonit adt passed last session is amended^ giving the liieuten-a'nt-govemor; ih: council power' to ^require- that 'the proprietor ofjev-; ery pool room'shall, be required, ,;to, fake out Wilibense, while municipalir ties are empowered to pass .bylaws, closing pool rooms at an earlier hour-; than isvspecjlied in the act. : I^;^ Railway .Guarantees ........ ' An alterationi is: made to .acts of 1909 respecting,;the guaranteeiOtiise^. curities; of ^ tie �;.; Canadian V NortWrhi a^nd;Grand Trunk-Pacific branch litte* company/ extending itime for corikple^-; tion of ,tho ,line5.;guarante3d underi.the^ statutes.tOfjS/that';session foEian^^ year..... .. . . ...,iv.,,,,^ The ^election ;aot is amended to proi'i vide for!:theierectioh of pollin_giplacBs w*ere no. suitablcjplace exists,sand: cost is to;beI:borne by the proving ciai treasurer. ' :;:,� ' Glty-Foots the Bill In future thecbsY of Keeping .prisoners sentenced" for ''.breaking bylaw;^ passed by � miinicipaiities ^"Will W charged; up'v'fo';^!^^ cerned. Amendments are also made ito the ;act;.respecting gaols''ai�d'si>riSo�is to'cover the employment bf^prlsoiiirs .Olitsidfc: the -walls % ih^vgaoliotfpri^,- � The^trbT^ifafiies' 1^4^diba^'c#'r'a4j amended, to feover cases of dd^wption of-:the:i;public by the ; .use-' OfjsuOh words as "trust",' ;;ioan", - "mbrt-�gage'^ ' ''iiivestment;^;;':;'guaWetil';, andi^provi'rfing penalties in', rpspect of th'6: sainey . Penalties'"{Wotv' b;^peeding ?10dO,~ and not' 'moj^^it^p^' !t^elve; moiith's;;\|imprisonm^nt;t':are :^^^^ for',pers'ons who' lindert^e .certain contracts:,which ar^'p'rot^bjted;, .Jbyj the Companies' Ordinance.-^ .Various' other^ amendments:-of ianiinor; nature are.included in the aqt..,' ^ ' Natural G^s Liinef Poles' ,1 Tie town Planning- act was" read a train "from Tei Loveland. ^0^0?"^ f*f^* ^''^ V'^f "v^.'ll* *,fr ' of Hie session was that provtdingTfor |^kiMa|ioiv:;'^..,:'ce^^ Cincinnati, had 'gbne^ihrbugi a bridge and all'on.board, abpUt"200 persons, apparently had heeiirnost i The Latest ^Estimate. ' , > Chicago, March Ifil^Deflnlto figures as to the loss pf^^fe^itt'tlie, great flood, which sw�pV'01ilb'.dtid,indlana: yesterday, were" not .avalla.me.'^today, "but the latest esiimrf'fes; �base.d niirilinum of practlcaUy 1.300.^-'It*'Is'JmW^,than likely scores' and.''?ven '^midJped&; of persons not' counted'.among-:Jlfe|tlead; � ''  - -'--thWcbuntty dls' ^. ^,tV300':*pay-ton, 1,000^ tdVi;500; -Pl4p4^5pa^t^'5^p; Delaware. 'SO'-to-ioO'',.'Middlefcwn^*.50 ^^-^c^�.', ai,�*frSV-^''�fnnboi js.^till unknown, , ^^^^^^l^^^vptcBroke ^t Akron ^V^W"" ' ^^'^^^ 26.-The big^i  >rMd^tfcO�9U, W^ILTON VELVETS-11U,"X 12; CQfi e\i\ regtiiar $45; Sale prlc^ .....; Z'ifS VELVET RUGS-34 x 27; Reg., $8.50 *5 OO * Sale Price...................^^-OU- From our high grade carpet stocK; the product of the best Canadian and European^ maTters, the sizes quoted are only a few ot our numbers, other sizes ranging in price accordingly. , i WATCH FOR OUR GROCERY AD. TO-MORROW IN THJS SPACE ViSiirtaih Values ExtraoMhary NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINSJ, ' ,7nTg �'-t>�o..,inr one- Sale Price ner pair,----l'>W,i�s, � * Regular, 90c; sale trice per p�ui,... .j. � t^, . NOTTINGHAM LACE .curtains; ei^QQ. � "B�guiar $1.25; >Sale Pnce per pair t^t'WW , . WoTtInG^HAm' lace -curtains: SA QQ, . � Regular' $2.50; Sale Price per pair �^Bi�VW I^'/'noVtiM^HAM' LACr curtains;  Regular $3.50; Sale Price Per pair -^crim curtains-Regular $4.50; ( " -Sale 'Price, per pair...........   g:-' brussels net curtains; Re^. (  $5.50; Sale "Price per pair...... eSuSSE'ls net curtains-Reg, ~ $6.50; Sale Price......* $3160 $400 $5^50 Linoleums Scotch Oilcloths and-Iiteoleums froni two of, the .leading makers; all new designs.  '-'; .SURFACE.'LINOLEUMS-Regular 63c;^-:Eft|� ' ''bale Price per sq. yard.....''/\!f ' '"TsirnnauTTfR-Ttpenlar 48c: Sale priceEm' Porch Pillows �: Suitable for u�e in verandah Pant overalls without bib, ektrw-^hqa-yy dinlmv' Men's OveiraM Pant overalls without blb� � - mostly larg^.Blzofl; usually sold at $l,lo CAm . ,to,-$L3p; ^ife Prlcej^,.pe,r. p,alr Traininm^SjhiriSt ^ j ^,.7 ^ Tie shir^ tra^ijkin, favof'^dst.^pf -"^arlf; blue ' ? ' material Vfth'^^olka,''dot;'.'twp'collars TVltU each ;. shirt Regular values ,$J 25.^^150^ 7Sftv I Sale Price, each i................V*',* v.',***" J A-clearance of'thl* j/Me glires-the painter.. . an opportunity to face the ?PERTINENTt;> ^ A ^ ^S::, -^t , are cbnstftntly cmplw'�d*ftnd rpcog-.v 'A ^:nh!ed,.by=the entire n�dloiA':p)f9jSft{2;;,', * .don'as inv^uable^ in fhe''tr4at�iBnt/- '1 of iji^lg��tion'and/dy�pe^;fi\ .W'mb '80,,certeln 'tl�t 'there: nothing bo'Koodfor;ito)r---'-^Bof^lDyspeptisTabletS . yc(u to them of ourii '>ei,,3�cdttt�,C0^Bulg^rlan �. batterleS'i^were^  1 ilatelyl^jjplaoSd tiijiap^ s^he'way was; th'uB cleared for.;a dt rect'issault on the city"ltself. . ;^opimander Committed Suicide, 7^. ^ - V--.^ 'Thpjhjteh �elas|3j^m9tlon plotur|[ plajs, arV "Sa|^*'ecoiplng'/^''pouroe Cdf 'e^iio^-tlon'{fiS.,sili at^'Magray-4lt5p;.fp^^a^,^> thej^la'si m v.aat ng'? 1^ \ thi-iTpi*iBh cbmman^er.In-ohief of ^A&anople. committed/suicl^e. after the oaptW.i'of th? city, aocording, n^raieiicy despatch' from � Sofia. .'dleVelwnd has decided-to excayate^ iar'jU�^e3�olrip HglUtlnsf Planj |>?,?a�9 WdelB^'ion 41ie parf-of; a