Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, Marrli 27,1011. THE LEtTTBRIDGE DAILY liKRALT) Page 5 Bird SALE The iflfTP nipnlUin of our lirovloiis Bird In s'lf flclpiil lo nsaiire uni of ih(> value of thcae winideirul IHtle songsters. Thle sale is hold twice ii yfiiv by a large Kns'crn l)ii'iJ coniiiuMy, and the Mrst songstprs on (lie I'lcnnaii iii;ir!.- �(� ,mv obfiiincd uiui oi-fered for sale at ICasiern bird more priipK for a limiiccl timc/Oiily. German Singers, young birds, each ..................$2.i;6 Trained Audrleve Mountain Roller Canaries, high grade tlngers, each .................................$S.50 and $5.00 Talking Parrots and fancy song birds at comparatively low prices, at J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Ltd. Tfiis Homa'Made Cough Syrup will Surprise Vcu stop* Even Whooping Courh Quickly. A Family Supply at Small Cost. Here Is a lionipiniido rrmody . ' ready-made couglt syrup for ?2.S0. , . , ' Mix two cups of gnMiulalod sugar turnnm iron, i l,c ut barrier when- : ^^^^ of ,y.,r,, i^^^ ,,j Ihe l',iiti.'i rcacliiiif; Mc-I Mnido the> (onnd the sounil cxceptinn , ally open anil ilpcldeil iip make llicir i wi!:ier i|iiarlprs at Caue l-'vans. [ The lahdilit!, ul slnn-i enluiled a' seriiiH-. loss in ilic si'ikiiin of a .slcflgc ' tlirnnc!' .'in ice lidli! When the dc- . spaicli led, I'apt. .Scott was starl-i vnluo of pine In irrniini; asthma, bronchitis, and other Diroat troubles. , A Pkmamf^i-i FnttnA WifK Rorn lunL'R. etc. There is nothinsr bet- V.>nmamen roUnd Wlttl core lungs, etc. There is nothing better. Plnex is the most valuable con-cenlratod compound of .N'orway white pine extract, rich In gulalcol and all the Buturol bcnliug pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this iornnila. The prompt results from this inex-penelvo remedy have made friends , for It in thousands of homes in the jcourt this mornins and a long ses-Xiuitpd States and Canada, which ex-| sion was held. Three important cases Opium Committed For Trial Police Magistrate Rail and Chief Uillespio worked overtime at the po- plalns why the plan has been Iml- i iiii; on a s!cd>re journey to tiie wmilh , tated often, but never successfully. First G. T. P. Train Run From Montreal to Edmonton 151 suoqd -aBpfjqmST 00 ONVId spjoosa popis aiqnOQ Auyoi If jnoc(i; sn oag �M3HM I ^ H3d �'Ml oiV'JiJ ssjuj -luaiu -iiiu-l.toitia puB oisniu joj .la.von p[n'OAV atnoii �n\u.etter, more healttiiul'food* SoM wlihout ttmeepiionm NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE Alnm la food mnal therefore act as a potooa*** -Pnf. Jokuon, Me Vitltmllf. Rema ihm ImbeU Buy no bahtng powder unffsmm iho iabei ohowm ii to bo mmtim trom Ormmm of Tmrtmr, I ' 'I young man, very much disgruntled, lays information for theft agalust the irate father and the court soaks the old man a tenner and costs. Where-uiion the maiden scorned proceeds to wreck her vengeance uoon her unfaithful swain and he is charged with the most detestable of crimes, that of secretly purloining the contents of hia the tins as those taken from the prisoner when searched at police court on Sunday night. The Chinese interpreter read to the The court the printed matter on the tins, jand elicited the fact that thoy con-taiued "good opium," A 1 guaranteed to kill at 40 rods. He said thai he was familiar with the drug and that this was the crude extract that was much used. Mr. Medley, of the firm of J. D. Higinbotham and Co., 'Was called as an expert witness for the prosecution. He sweethearts letter from the fellow|sBld he was familiar with the drug way ' down east. The only place whore the drama failed to come up to expeeiailons was when the villian and had made such tests as Balisfied him in his own mind that the confis-[caled goods was the crude extract of PLAIN CLOTHES MEN GUARDING FIELDING better law for small deb; Local Merchants Want a Less Cumbersome Way of Collecting eiartllng Story to Effect He Was Held Up and Searched for Reciprocity Papers Ottawa, March -Considerable ex-1 ritement has been caused In the cap-1 lial by the following paragraph which] appeared In the Ottawa Evening Kreef,, i � , , Hiisiiioss Mens l-'roteciive .'Vssociaiion as a iiniiiK-ipal enterprise. ; held lasi night in the Biiiklers' l-'.>.-l (iii^; eilv is to lia\e the rii!;lit to cliauKe oflieo was well aiiendcd l'.^'| |,,,-cliase .it the end of 2-') years and ,ihc luemliers and re.ports from seveiaP ^,thereafter. The max- Mdniontoii. M,-irch '^R -The iiidiis-1 ; I il coiiuiul lee of il-.e city couneil ' decided to grant. .! ^,!s [iancliise io I tlie Inlein.i'iional llealiii!; and l.itilil- I iiiij I'oiiipnnv of Cleveland. Oliio. V|,e : cidoue/ �a..- ,./:e of llie I u I decision of llie coniuiiltee wa.s reach-^ ^i"'''' ''^"^ .Trrival The theater wn-,' led alter several moiillis of iu't!,otiat-''""S bc.'oie the hour set, ,}:.] [inn. and afiei the (|uesliiin of uuuii-! ''""f-s precediii!; the people i.,,-! cipal owiierslui) and oper.ilion ot .a *'"'''" ^�'"|-'' ""^ l"''^'''' " l"^''' '^'"'�-for and does, this number will be; sidered-a very favorable initial li.c;- greatly iuereased. I .el t ers from the! ure j Krankish i.. now constrneiiup several KelaMers' Protection Co. of Calgar.v.i Ihe r^ieemenl between the ei t v _______ ____ ., .. plijeot of discoverln.g certain papers relating lo the lectproeiiy negotiations.' The report could not he confirmed. *iut it received a certain amount of oorroboraiion In the fact tint there Wesieru iieiail Associaliou of and coiiiuaiu Bat in Ihe public gallery a plain clothes ^y,m,lp^,^ ^.p,.,, ,.(.;,(| ;i,ifi discussed. 1 he ratei)a\ers in the course ot a few man ol the Uominiou police, whose Inlterof which denli ehicfly with , vveeks. duly it has been and is. to see that .^p efforts of the association in Jlani-j ---�----- JVlr. li'ielding gels home in safety. ^^^^^ procure a Ics carabersome and 1 ciTY COUNCIL WOULDN'T ACT Mr FieldiUK Is still in Montreal, leil ,,,.jp procedure for ihe col-. Kingston, Ont., March 28.--The members of his famil'- i - -i' the finance deiiarlnient, say the report will be siibiiiK lei to imonsly del iib il ciiy coiiiiei] last ninht refused Ihe rcionce daiiau^iei a.s assitani ai the r. P. 10 liave a petition ; ||,ip.c,| of religious bodies (hat all pool i K s'aiion '.Mr, Fielding has received threatening:''"""" "" "17".�"""' fooms be closed at 10 p.m. ,.nd that! U is ruv letters from parties who lolt motiey'P"""""'' '' :""d^'' WohiM from fre- lieries Co in Ihe I-'ariners' Hank and that he is being guarded b}- secret service men Jl, plain iloihcB. ar.> 10 sink a slinfi in the [of the Hoarjjs of Trade nf ihe cilies' ,npniing- ihem. The objection was j iii!medJ,:ie i-onre on sociion 1.". .id-,iiii-^'innd towns, asking the proiincial lep-jtaken thai If the nool rodms were in;; ili- '.um,. and will rii:i a spur to islaliire to enaci a uiiu-e efncicut law , closed the noys would proba-bly go to'ihis hii;i''t. for dealing with small debis. A strong! a hotel. ' ' j A I-w f.omers in this disirici have Could Not Walk Ten Yards Without Resting. WEAK HEART WAS THE CAUSE. Mrs. Robinson Collctte, Rogersville, N.B., writes: 'I ara now enjoying the commlitee have ilils niaiti-r in band.' and will see it ihiDiigli to ihe end. A: special nieetiim will lie held as soon as this committee has lis I'cport in' Shane to proseni to the mem'ieis. 'llie aeereiary was liisi met ed 10 a! �lend Ihe regular iiw.-M i 111; of the Dia. moi$l City lioanl of Trad,' on Wednesday ue" 1 mil 'hat is as good as ciiiij I lie gio.', ii .111' v.liere, and ii is safe Io iiredii I iliat greut amounts of lbisj,.oK ,1__ . , I ,,,,,, .,, , ,. i^^ilh the dope lo he suspicious when 'iiseli.; Iijdder will be grown 111 ihis! dis'rii! ill llie near future. Big American Concern Will Build Harvesters at Wolli:nd, Ont, Moline. 111., March 2,.-It Is offlcially T'^'! announced this afiei-noon that plans ga\e the evidence as contained In yos-lerdays issue. Asked as to how he knew the Hub confiscated contained opium, lie said he was familiar enough COULD HQl SLEEP AT NIGHT. W.i.ai lui^lii have jiroved a more serious ;iccideiit happened here on J .Monda.'.. when a horse driven by .Mrs, i Raifcli'-rli rail away from in from of 1 .MiXn'.ii s siore. .Mrs. liaisbeck h.M lie saw li and could make a nretl.^ ?ood guess what It was. lie Identified best of health after having used your heen diseassed. ilie inosi succespfiii rieli Milburu's Heart and Nerve Pills. I was and enthiisiasiie meeung Dr. Wood's Norwnv Pine Syrup is '''''' '' "' "'^ "irning ieli in the limg-lieiiling virtue.!! of the ""^ horse aioaiid it became frightened -. - .,101 ,-,on,,.-.,u.-.m, i,,-.-iing of the asso- Norway pine tree. It is a pica.sant, safe and siarted to run. throwing her and tioutiiecl Willi a_ weak heart and waj ci,,i,,, ,,,||(,,irnrd In meet at the ealli "'leftual nieaiciue that may be con- the 1 hlld ;o the sidewalk. Neither I liiieutmll.v relieii ii|.iun as a s[)ecific for ' Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis. Hoarseness,' nfraid to draw a loni,- breath for the pai, '^""i''" ��"'-*"'"�'>'" it would cause inc. I could not sleeo at ''^'^ presideui. - - .....-� sleep at night, and it w.is impossible for me (o ------------ w.ilk ten yards without resting mvself. arrow LAK-^S OPEN I cannot speak toe highly of your Heart '^'^""^ " . , ----- (ind Nerve Pills, for they arc the greatest | FOR NAVIGATION; which ciiu.ses (he drj- cough that keepa pill I have ever used and I can rccom- i . , , ., . , , mend them to all sufTercrs," ' -^p's""- ^laicl, JS - 1 hat the Arrow Thou-sauds of people go about their ,'-akes will in all prciialiilily be open d lily work on the verge of death and yet lor navlgaiion li.\ Saturday next wa;; 1 ^^^^^ statemeiii made by Captain .1, C. (iore, siilieriniendeiii of the lake and river servir-c of ilie C. P. H.. lasi night In this event Ihe coast train will resume its rej;uiar schedule iioih leaving and arri\inp, here rtnrlu.e the were seriously iniurpcl, hill .Mrs. liais- Rore�fhroat;'"y\iins\Va'nd'a'll TlTroaVanli " � ""mber of bruises and Lung Troubles. ' I scratches. It w-ill slop that tickling in the throat j lich causes the di you awake at night. do not know it. Little attention is paid to the .ilifjht wcikncss of tho hcTrt for tlic simple .reason that one thinks it will rii,hl itself, but ihcrc is where the mistake is made. Il IS only when a violent shock ionics that the weakness of the heart become.* appircnt On the first sign of any weakness of ;y or 1"''"-' heing coincyed by main line ai physical breakdown, the use of .Vlilburn's "''�^'f''-5'"'e vju the .-tlrjean Lake .ind Heart and .N'erve Pills will soon produce .NsK.isp route. Aiihoiif.ii the waier a qu'ckand permanent cure. ^3^,^ ^,,,3,,. , Price =,0 cents per box, or i for �i t, , , ,, , , ' at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt i ''' ""''"^ ""�'' "'"^ of price by The T. Milbura Co., Umited, """'^ FINE DRUG STORE AT OXBOW Oxliow Meralri; The ai)pc;;ra;i( e of Mrs. J. A. .Smith, Slnrshville. Ont. | yi,. |- ". -fririrs fine drug store at writes.----1 Uiid a very bud cough iinil ; (i.xi,,, has been preaily enli;iiii ed bv ' ijie aililii^e.r 111 I full line of new sbo� c;ises -llie-e are of the vei \ lnesi t \ pe of which ihe marble base is ,1 | feature The oiitiit iueliides the fani-1 oils ri:aiiiin" Combination of Co.in j le). I'ahinet anil UlB))lay --ase. wliicli . is now finding Its way into all iip.;o-. date drug store.s .\U are the nianii j Used in Canada for over half a century -used in every comer of the world where people suffer from Constipation and its resulting troubles- Dr. JHorse's thill ilisli-es.'iing tickling sen.sation 111 my Ihroal. It was so l);ie up work. "Our doctor gave me medicine but it dill me no good, so 1 got a l)ottle of Dr. Wood's .\nr'.vuv Pine .Syrup, and by the time I had iiseii two bottles 1 was enlirclv for Ihe immediate future extpansion of Deere and Co. Steel Plow Manufacturing Corporation, Involve a merger Willi twenty-two industrial concerns and branch houses, the consolidation to hai-e a slggle ninety-nine year charier and a capitalization of $.')ii,-niMi,u(i(i, The name of the consolidation will be Deere and Co., the intention being to retain the name of John Deere, inventor of the steel plows and founder of the mammoth industry. The headquarters of the consolidation will he at Mollne. .Already Deere and Co. have perfected a grain harvester that embodies a num-ber of recent inventions. The machine has proven a practical success and It Is und"rst.-'od that the uiantifacture of these harvesters for Ihe Canadian trade will hc- begun in Welland, Canada, willitn a .vear. OLD BOYS R.EUNION AT LONDON, ONT.i; London. Ont., March 2S.--At a meet-! ing tonight it was decided to holS an| Old IHoys' Reunion during the week^ of August 7th. This is the first in"^ three years and It is expected thatfj lormer residents from all parts ofjl (nnada and the Fnlted States will at>J tend. A WONDERFUL ., EXPERIENCE^ With Newbro's Herplcid* While there are no thrilla In th� nar-i,^ ration of Mrs. P. T. Nichols, 623 Broad?] St., Belolt, Wis., her story is never-,'! thelesB one ot amazing Intereat.i "Stricken with neuralgia and eryslperi las, 1 lost all my hair. My doctor reo:�| omiaondod Newbro'e Herpiolde. I used Blx or eight bottles and now have, at fine head of slightly curly light browna hair. Not a gray hair In my head. Thla: is the more remarkable as 1 am middle-aged." ^ While the results which follow thfji use of Newbro's Herpiolde are always more or less astonishing, they are il-wayg natural. HerplcJdo destroys ihiv, dandruff germ, stimulates the flow of|| blood to tho hair follicles and keep*' the scalp perfectly healthy. It makeffi possible a natural and luxurlant| growth of hair, except In cases tC'll i chronic baldness. While remedies said to "be "eveiyll Toronto, Ont able to get throi.gn the ifirst (d next month. ' cured. I am .ilways tecommending it t'o , f i,-,,,,.,, ,( Kenl-.McClaiii, Ltd., .The my friends. ^ | .,(,,,,,,,,, si,ow Case Co.i, .shop tUicrs Do not lie hiimbuggeil into buying the ,,1 rruonlo eo-calleil Norway I'ini.'Syrups liui bcsuro , , ______ and iiisiri oil --|)r. Woo;'s.-- li is nul j , , , . up in vellow wrapper; tliren inne ! " """" '", trees Ihe I rule murk; the price'J.Oc. [deed 10 do wiib home making and .MnMuf.iciurpfl onlv bv The T. Milburo "I'h �Plfi"'e S>o''" ne-.vs is Co., Limited. Toronto, Oal. Uomo-ucw,i. utand higher in public estimation than any others, and their ever-increasing sales prove their merit. Phy&iciana prescribe them. i 25c. a box. ROME'S ANNIVERSARY Rome. .March 28.-The celebration; of the fiftieth anniversary of Rome as the capital of I'niled Italy by the 1 Milan ;jarllainont was oontlniied today r'Hiid popular rejoicing. King Victor i';mmanuel and Queen Helena vis-lied the historic castle of San .Augelo Where, tbey viewed the inagnlficBut i lar size bottfies are guaranteed; App' eyhibiiion of ; rt ot tin middle acnsi cations may-be obtained at. good bai] ' her shops, ^end 10c in postage fi bit as g^jod " as Newbro's HerpioidBiil [ are froouently offered, one, should in^ll sist ui)on having the original gef|ii|f destroyer, Herplcide. That la genu ine. It stops itohing of the acalp moat instantly. ' ftf For sale aw all dnig stores. Pne doji and the ronalssiince Twelve other pavilions, reproseuiing art of as many toreign countries, make up a remarkable internaMonal exhibition. sample to The, Herpicide Co.,-IJ!�pt;Il Detroit, Mlcly J. D.,Higinl^thUB.~:'� Co., Ltd., spetial agent*.