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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thui'srtsiy. Mtmh M, mi. THE I Standard Article ReaJy (or use in any quantity. Useful ior five liunJred purpoKf. A can equals 30 Iki. SAL SODA. Uie only the B�l. SOLD EVERYWHERE For MaVinil Soap. For SoftcoinjWater. For Removing Paint. Far Diiinfectinit Sinku. Closets, Draiai.ctc. COME TO CANADA INSTEAD OF U.S. \iP GO PRICE OF DRINKS Way Ontario Hotel Keepers Will Get Even With New Tax Toronto, March .'10,--Locq1 liolel IJicn OHtimate thai the Ontario ko^-eminent, will receive about $J"iU.CMMi atlilltlonal revenue unntially from tlic hotels by reason of the tax on bar receipts provided for in the iimeuil-Stponis to the Ontario I.fcinor Licen-se Act last aoaslon. Of that $150,000 Toi'onto hotel men will rontribiite $8'i,00U, The price of drinks is to l)e raised and ail soda and mineral wa-tprs now s'ven away will he charged for. Ail liotelR after May first may toe run on l?)iiropoan plan. Sentences Passed Upon the Lawless Element in Montreal .Montreal, Mar ..-AVir ly at dinner last evening for Miss Ha,-i "-"""l^ ^" ^ ^'^^ vie and Miss Nolan, of Turin, Alberta, ""^''� C''"-^' f at her apartments in the Royal Bank ^^"">=^" i'^'^^ 'I ' "^o*"!? building. Covers wore laid for ten. money out of any one as I am    nut with out money I have not muQli .Mrs. .Vicholas [""lood Davin, of De-jbut .Some, 1 am a young widow By troit and .Mrs. N. .1. Bellamy, of: death have lipcn a widow 3 Tears 1 Moose ,Iaw, arrived in ttie city this , a hard working girl 1 have worlc-afiernoon and will visit for a fort-; p,, 3 years on otic farm and am for a night with Mrs. O.^Moth. Sear on another farm Since my hus- ^. , , , ^, . ,, ^ band died there is a sick woman and Mr. Given of Roya C ty, was a jo y ,  . j n,, ,. , " J � chi dren and hiricd men and the dinner hosi Tuesday evening compli-, , mentary to Mr. and Mrs. .LA.R. Rome. ""'''^ ^'"'f '�^^^ *� '^""^ The guests numbeHng seven, motored I ^^''"1' n"^" "ntl s*""' 'or and there is out to Royal City late In the noon. been doing in organizing publicity work'at Tacoma and the surrounding country. .Port Angeles had,raised $11,-000 in one day for "legitimme exploitation." .John T. Hall, of Brandon, wired In reply to a message sent liim saying I that he was free to entertain any proposition fron the Lethbridge board for publicity work or to act in an advisory capacity. I'he board decided to leave the matter over until after the next meeting. . A Branch .iniWestern Canada .A comniunlcatiftn was read from the manager of a gasoline tractor company saying that they were considering establishing a branch in Western Canada and would keep Lethbridge A JEALOUS '-�VE" .oorcT ^''''"-e f'>''"'er later on. The 'r UNDER ARREST matter was lefi with .Messrs. Dob-London, Ont., March .iO.-George .^^^ Cunningham. II. J. 11. Skeilh reported that his committee was .-irrangin.s to liaie a meeting with \\'. k. Buchanan, .M. P. ears for a time, hut these were watch-he was going at once. He sent news-' ,,,,3 sparvcg extinguished. Streams paper clippings showing what he had | q,- ^^aXux were played on Robinson's ASSISTED EIV1IGRATI0N FOR AUSTRALIA 'ilasgow, March 30.-Sir George Reid, liigh commissioner for Australia, speaking here announced that his government had decided on a scheme of assisting emigration. He urged British shipping owners to continue building as Atistralian trade svas going to stagger the world. UAIK HEALTH If You Have Scalp or Hair Trouble Take Advantage ct Thia Offer .. We could not afford to so strongly .endorse Roxall ".''3 " Kalr Tonic and continue to sell It as we do, if it did not do all we claim it will. Should our enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall "93" Hnlr Tonic not give en-tjre ss^tisfaclion to the users, they �ivoiiUi lose faith in us and our state ihents, and in consequence nur business prestige would suffer. We assure thai if your hair is he-ginning 10 unaturally fall out or if you have any scalp trouble, Rexall "!13" JIaIr Tonic will promptl.\ eradicate liandruff. slimulaie lialr growth and prevent premature baldness. Oiir;fnilh ifi RexaU "93" Hair Tonic liR so strong that we ask you to try II on onr positive guarantee thnf your money will be cheerfully refunded if jt does not do as we claim. Two sizes nOc and $1.00. Sold only at our store -The Roxall Store, J. D. Higinboth-am & Co. Sherlock BIdg.-7th St. Beautiful 6 room modern cottage, Bruntoii street, 34 feet frontage; must eell; $iiliO cash, balance to suit purchaser. Price 12800. Act quick. P. O. Box 170. THE Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. Phone 544 DIAMOND CENTRE (TP. 8-16) NEWS Diamond Ceiitci-, .Marcli l'irri\ed a couple of weeks ago, and are at present .staying with Mrs. Wing's brother, \V. Luehr. .Mfred Linde, of Spring Grove, .Minn, is here on a visit, .John .le.'^person was a caller at the Hefty home Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Linde spent Sunday afternoon with Smiley's. A party of five gentlemen from Caledonia, .Minn., will land In Taber this week, Ijringing ,1 4.-| horse-power gasoline engine and plows with iliem. They are H, P. .Volsou and son, Andrew Ualile and son, and O. .N. O. Hefty, the latter a brother of O. Hefty, residing in Diamond Center. On Wednesday, March Ifith, on tlie [bride's ISth birthday, at the home of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. O. l-left.v, occurred the marriage of .Miss Olga Hefty to U'alier Linde. Rev. C. ("Jriint of Loihbridge. officiating. Tlie fair young bride was beauUfully dressed in pale blue aailn de chene, with stockings and ^slippers to match. She wore a silk embroidered veil and orange blossoms. The liridesmaids were .lulia Sturm and Frances Tins-I ley. The groom wore a navy blue suit and was attended \\y his brother, Alfred Linde.'and Willie Suehr. A j number of invited friends and neigh-' bors helped 10 spend ihi.2 1-2; October opened 88 3-4, closed Si) 3-8. Cash Wheat: No. 1 .Nortliern 90, No. 2 .Vorthern 86 1-2, .No. 3 Northeni | gar\ 86 1-4, No. 4 70 1-4, No. 5 73 3-4, No. 6'ready accepted coal shed and the C. P. R. ice house, the adjoining buildings, thereby saving them. 0,000 bushels of stored grain were destroyed. The loss was partly covered by insurance. The cause of the fire is unknown. Reglna, March 30.-Damage to the after-1 huttcr for S cows to make Chickena turkeys duck.s gecsc to look after .1 am liried working for others and .Miiss Grace Dudley, of Fernie, who! want to work for my .self I woulil is on her way to visit friends in War-1 make any home loving man a good ner is being entertained overnight at:^vifc as i am a home woman I never the Hazeli home. Miss Bessie Hazell.py j,, ,|j^,(.ys or to shows I love home has asked a few young people in this:^,,^, ^^^^^^ evening to me^t Mlss^ Dudley. ^^^^1 ^ ^^^j Miss McCulla who his been a guest ' '^^ P^""^ at "Westminster House" for several: ^>'^''' I''-"'' complection am 5 weeks left yesterday afternoon to,'"''^ ^ '"C my waipht is 160 have best Tibit with friends in Calgary and Bd-: "f hclth urn called good looking but monton before returning to her home] in the liast.    .Mrs. G. Moth will receive for the what is best am a good woman and no other but a good man need write me I will answer all letters and-excangc pathaco and if one suits me first time toiporrow afternoon since 1 .jnti j si,jt i will come with my own blort owned"an"*d'operIt"e"d'T5y ""Arm" i l^"'- "'"'J' ^^^'^^^^ 1 money as 1 said bcfoure \ have some strong Smith & Dowl Hardware, by ! f"^^^'^^ Victoria Mansions j^,. ,c fair. I am not looking fire in the early hours of the morning, I '^'7' ''� J?^"*T^, �'', to fool .so.rc one whv I want to '"'^^'Tf^^ ,:^^fl:^'^^o::inr a ma, there is_because most covered by insurance.- The building Regin:i, will receive with her. of our men J^ve a wife and 2 or 8 sweet hearts in our towns and,I want no sucli man I want a poor working curred here in many years. P., with regard to Ihe land titles of fice Mr. Dobbin reported that he had closed with .!. L. Brandon for advertising in the theatrical guide being puibllfhed by lliat man under the impression ihiit the matter had been left with liini to i-lose up. The council confirmed his aciion. The Annual Banquet The secretary reported that the committees upiiolntcd 10 arrange for tlie annual baiiquci had found the best available accoir,iiioilaiion was at the Lethbridge Hniil. where eighty-four could be seated. Inviiallons had been sent to.Premi(-r .Sil'ion and the members of his r-:i)>inpt. 10 Premier Scolt of Saskatchewan and Hon. W. R, .Motherwell, minister fit agriculture of that province, the presidents of the boards of trade in the territory between Cranlir-iok and Irvine, High River and the hci-iiidar.v, and also Calami Kdmonton. Some have al-The further arrange 66 3-4, Feed 60. Oats No. 2 C. W. 32 1-4. Barley No. 3 6ej, No. 4 50. Flax So. 1 .N. W. 2.24; .May 2.37; ,Iuly 2.30. , Brant ford firemen will likely get in-, creased salaries. \'ice-Presldent .Mc.Mcoll, of the (' . P, R. at Montreal, denied that the com-Ipany was planning a hotel in Toronto. The Quickest, Simplest Cough Cure ments w-ere left wiih the committees. President Hai.h brought up Ihe matter of a c;\nipaiRn to get the Dry Farming Conaic^s. It would he necessary 111 rais.- $;',n.nOO and a lot of detail work wa.-. involved. $.'tO0 was set aside for tliis preliminary work. He thouchi a rdiumiitee of ten should be named 10 dc;il specially with this affair. They could sec a'bout getting , ., . , assistance irnm 'he Dominion govern- This recipe makes IG ounces o� cough!'^'l ^^T'"^ governments of syrup-enough to last a family a long '^""''�t''- saskaichewan and Manitoba time. You couldn't buy as much or,een all of that country of late'wish-when a short program will be given ] ing 1 can heare from .Some one well followed by a social evening. A spe- j( ,ow is in p.m. and have been up ciai feature of the evening's enter- ^.j^^.^ , work so I rarust say talnment will be testing the results of ^ ^^j^,,, ^ ^.p^ry cold and amateur efforts in the culinary art. , 3^^,^,,.' 1^,13,. '^uite wintery Rumor that Negotiations Will Soon be Entered Into in Mexico San Antonio. March 30.-Senor De La Barra, new .Me.\ican minister of foreign affairs, passed through hero loday on his way to Mexico City, but was not joined by any of the .Madero family, who are expected soon 10 en ter peace negotiations with represent utives of the .Mexican government. "Can you give assurance that there will soon be peace in .vour country." he was asked. "1 cannot say; 1 do not know. I must first visit my coun-trv. ' Easily and Cheaply Made at Home. Saves You $2. as good cough syrup for $2.50. Simple as it is, it gives almost instant relief and usually stops the most obstinate cough in 24 hours. This is partly duo to the fact that it mpptinsr Is slightly laxative, stimulates the j "^^l J^^'^t.'!!., appetilo and has an excellent tonic cffecL It is pleasant to take-children like iL An excellent remedy, that .Mr. Mc.Vicol would take charge or the work, which he already had well in hand. 'I'he matter was left over for tun her consideration at the Those present at the meeting were; President Hatch. Secretary .Manwar-ing, Messrs. Sage, Taylor, Downer, Goode, .-XdaniP. Skeith. Gibbons. Flton. ! Dobbin. Duff, lilpley. W. A. Buchanan too, for whooping cough, sore lungs, asthma, throat troubles, etc. Mix 2 cups of granulated sugar with j j^Yp^pV' �..i^'," ,,.osent for a "few with one cup of warm water and stii for 2 minutes. Put 2% ounces of Pinex (50 cents' worth) in a 16 oz. bottle and add the Sugar Syrnp. It keeps perfectly. Take a teaapoonful every one, two or three hours. Pino is one of the oldest and best known remedial agents for the throat membranes. Pinex I3 the most valuable concentrated compound of Nor way white pine extract, and is rich in gulaicol and all the other natural healing elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula. The prompt results from this rec ipe have endeared it to thousands ol housewives in the United States and Canada, whicti explains why the flan ias been imitated often, bul never successfully. minutes. I-- TRAIN ROBBERY IN RUSSIA 9f. Peiersliiiri.;. .March 30.-Robbers held up a train at Witesow, a sninll station on llic Warsaw and Granica line lasi iiiglii tiiid secured $4u,000 which was in li.ive been used lor the payment of raiirond employees Two pa.'^scn.sers wcri= uouiided by the robbers who. escaped. NO SIGNS OP SPRING NORTH OF BRANDON Brandon, .March 3ii.--Travellers ar-, riving here from the iiortli say that A guarantee of absolute satisfaction '�0"""">' fif'.v miles from here and or money promptly refunded, goes fnriber nonb is covered with snow with this recipe, 'i'otir druggist hat ""d that immeuse drifts still remain Pinex or will gel it for you. If not j "'ith 110 sign wh.itever of spring in send to The Pinex Co., Toronto, Oai ' that direction, TURKEY HAS AN OUTBREAK Constantinople, March 30.-Reinforcement of troops was sent to Albania today to aid in suppressing the most t.er:ous uprising of recent years. Trilicsmen everywhere are joining the rebels and several Turkish towns have been captured and the garrisons massacred. ' There are 1,100 men at work on tlie new Porcupine extension of the T. and -V. O. Railway. my name and adrcss is - WttLOFlATE SIR CHAS. DILKE London, March 30.-The wHl of the late Sir Charles DilUe was filed for Made in 98 ciifittrcat styles Ideal" Metnl Beds arc made to caiiEfy Ihos* who want the besi- nut the fhcjpe:.t-bed thfy caji buy The trifle mart* you pnv for �n "Ideiir" Mft.ll Med Sitvfii you the disappoint-inri;:~ .1 chfHp brii is sure i>' briuii ft cu-raatoes you u bed twat v^*-t.uii� the snowy �bitcue�s of its fnainel a bed tli�t Is stmns nn;! Bv.bfit.intial. never ruttlce. never be oonits wobbly. Write for the nanr* of the local dealer vfho sells ''Ideal" Metal Beds-hIsh for "The I'bilogoi^hy of Sierp." wIhlIi we !i^nd free if vou ask for Booklet No. MO ^mEAL BEDDING Ctmm .Miss McGregor will give her third (lemonstrati;)n of the Fletcher system of music at the Garbutl Business College Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. The materials used in this method will be shonn and explained. Miss AlcGrcenr's spring terra begins next week and pijphs may enroll at the college Saturday afternoon.    .Mrs, W. A Hamilton received for the last time this season yesterday alt