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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, May Or CANADA lIi 104 lc A Joint Account In ths Uaiou Bank of Canada IB the best place for, the family funds. Either of two or more personi can depoiit or withdraw money as desired in town very convenient arrangement, In case of death the balance goes to the survivor without any legal formalities. Ast the Manager about this form of Account. G. R. TINNING, Manager] A. B. KINO, Act's- Manager! UETHBSIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH NS., BRANCH, 01 Tbreadnscdle, St. E.C 1- F. W. ASHE, C. M. C. lIAkT SMXIB. Manager. NORIHEIIII STEIMSHIPS ne. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND ShorUnt Route to London oh Ton Floating Palaces. St. Lawrence Sailings R.W.S. Royal Edward May _iu R.M.S. Royal George i-Miiy 29 R.M.S. Royal Edward June 12 Rates- of Passage 1st class and upwards 2nd class and upward: 3rd. class Bristol or London Ask auy railway or steamship agent for illustrated Booklers rales, etc., or write. GENERAL AGENT, WINNIPEG WANT TO PUT THEM OFF EARTH A TT A. 11. Or S.B.MITCHELL, Agent. C.P.R., Lethbridge. White Swan Yeast Cakes Families who once, use White Swan Yeast Cakes for liread making will never use any other brand. It makes light, -wholesome aud delicious bread. Sold by your grocer iu packages of f> cakes at 5 Send for free'sam- ple. White Swan Spices Cereals Limited, Toronto, Gnt. TERSE WAV CANUCK RAILROAD ER SIZED UP G.N.R. WINNI- PEG SITUATION Winnipeg, May am' 110 iuteriiatioual trouble; ihey arc x-aiiting to put the .Canadians off the I tby.t's said a prominent Ga- j Hfldiah Northern Kallway labor union comialtteG man thfc morning, aft coming from "the session of ihe Fed- erated Board of the Camuliau North- erii and Great Northern Tailways. ..The Great run their trains from Minneapoliy into the Union de- pot this morning: with their own en- gines and crews. .The Canadian North ern men have applied to the labor de- partment at Ottawa, for a conciliation board, but no reply has been received yet. in the meantime the men are trying to come to a satisfactory agree- ment with the representatives of the Great Northern union m-en. if such is reached, it will be sub- mitted 10 the two railroads for endor- sation, failing which the men say they will strike. While nothing given out, it is understood that the American men are meeting their Ca- nadian co-unionisiia in a friendly spirit. MET A SAILOR'S DEATH Southampton, Out., May Logic, captain and owner of a fishing tug, and well known on the Great ovcruuard last night, and was drowned. PAT. BURNS SOLD 475 CITY ACRES DEAL IN CALGARY WHICH NET TED CATTLE KING HALF A MILLION Calgary, Hay a consideration of half ft million 'dollars, 1'at Uurna. Calgary's cattle with an- other slice of his land hold- ings In Calgnry. The property was purchased by an English syndicate tuid its tran-sftM' represents one of the big- gest of rccenl land deals. he- land in question is understood to comprise, about 175 acres, and is thus chaiiKinj> liauils for lit tic less than an acre. Five years ago the auni of 5-100 per acre would have been a good price this property. It is situated between the Mitcleoil untl Uui C. 10. Hue, south of the .'Hiiiuliaii Northern line, ami coiwiriuet parts of sections It. 10 and 3. Tl.e sale was made by .McPhce, iMedonaid Mi'Doneli. noting on beluilf of Mr. is-'. The property was purchased jy Astley Slwckle, acting for a syn- dicate of British uuuiulists. MR. MABEE DOING NICELY Toronto. Out., May ho was operated on -for apt'ndicttis yesterday, is resting very easily ihis tipraiiig. Suffered Agony Until "Frolt-a-tlres" Cured Him Hundreds of people gladly testify to the wonderful curative powers of the famous fruit medicine, To those now suffering with Indigestion; Dyspepsia or other Stomach Troubles, this letter of Mr. Stirling, the well known real estate operator of Western Ontario, shows the way to a speedy and certain care. ONT.) AUG. 15111. iprt "Fruit-a-tives were so beneficial to ine when I suffered with distressing Dyspepsia, that I wish to inform you of their satisfactory results. Although I have, in past, suffered agony with Dyspepsia, I am now in perfect health." "I-'niit-a-tivcs" accom- plished the desired result" N. C. STIRLING. "Ffuit-a-Uves" will cure every trace of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach liloaling. Pain After Hating, biliousness aud Constipation. "Krnit-a-lives" is the only remedy in the world made of fruit juices and valuable tonics. 5oc a box, 6 for trial size, 2.50. At all dealers or'seat on receipt of pri'_ by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. R FL00J CUSTOMS RETURNS The Customs returns for the mouth April, just closed, were :ia for Uie yaine month last year, being ti cjf 3SIJ.24. :The returns -for the month of March last were Has DO your neighbors and yourself enjoy the priv- ileges and benefits of "an up- to-date telephone system 1 It's' more enjoyable, more sociable, more business-like, and safer, living in a tele- phone-served locality. You are "always in touch i with your neighbors. You s can talk business with the (creamery, the implement agents, the stores, the bank and your lawyer. You can call the railway station and learn if an expected ship- ment has arrived. In time of sickness you can summon the. doctor immediately. "You can call your neigh- bors to assist you in case of a fire, an accident, or an unwelcome visit by tramps If there is no telephone system in your locality send our entitled Canada and TJief Telephone .With "this which struction or solving opera- shows "by of vivid ;tion, problems. This sei vice pictures the 'necessity of1 free., telephones, you can T.TTT nrrmr quickly promote a local No. 3 BULLETIN company, and enjoy the Our new No. 3 'Bulletin distinction of being known gives a complete description as progressive of our telephones, are the on the market lo-day. Italso tells rural telephone lines arc built, haw equipped und how maintained. Write for man in -your locality. Our Engineers will assist" your company or any muni- cipality requiring expert advici in plantiing; con- this. :bulletiri. SEND FOR FREE TRIAL OFFER V Inquire about, our Free Trial Offer, whereby the quality of our telephones can be judged by your company without spending a dollar. v r Canadian Independent Telephone Co., Limited DUNCAN STREET, TORONTO Judge Winter handed out judgment oday for thy city with costs, in the ase of George Freed and 0'- onnor, who sought in tlw Winter urn of for alleged damages toMroHon leir property caused by the flooding water, due to the closing; up-of, a. by the city. Iu sinning up, Honor concludes as follows; "I old that the defendants constructed the convent sidewalk under the pow- ers given to them by their charter, anil without negligence. That the plaintiffs, having purchased the pro- perty after the side walk had been constructed, iio not stand in ihe same pustiiuii us uieir vendor, so far as a -right of action is concerned in respect of the construction of the sFde walk by the City of Lsthhrklge.- As a fact, that vendor suffered no damage of MET DEATH' WITH A JOKE FIFTY BELL' BOYS PERISHED WITH SINKING OF THE TITANIC New April the nuiiiy hundreds'of'heroic" souls who wont bravely and (julctly to theirdnil i-ere fifty youngs tors shinned'as bell- boys or messengers. James Hum- phries, a who roiii- inutulcd lifeboat No. 11 ioUI a little stdry today that shows how these ads met death on the Titanic! Humphries said tlie boys were call- ed to their regular poets in the main .'ii-Mn entry, and taken in charge by heir captain, n steward. They were mlered to in the cabin and tot get in the way. Throughout tlic Irst honi1 of confusion and terror, hcse ladg sat (juicily on their bench In various parts of the first cabin. Then, towards the end, when the OT )r was passed around that the ship was going down, and that every man was lo save himself, If he kept away from the lifeboats, in which the wo- men were being taken, the bell 'boys 'seatiered to all party of the ship. Humphries said be saw several of them Smuiiiug cigarettes and joking with the passengers. They seemed to think that the invjolation of the rule against smoking while on duty was a sufficient breach of discipline. Not one of them attempted to enter a lifeboat. Not one of them was saved. Palmer Lewis represented the plaintiffs, and W. S. Ball the city. Awarded and Costs In the district court today rd un application for arbi- Martin Giivac of StatVrd Village with respect to compensation payable tn him for injuries reci' while in the employ of the Alberta Railway Irrigation Co.. Or, ItfarchjTAFT VOTES BUT MASSACHUSETTS IS EVENLY DIVIDED r.ny sort, and as to the plaintrffs, their damage constitutes at law a damiiuin 22, 1911, tlie plaintiff sustained in- jury'while in the'course of his em- ployment with the., CHr- VRC was engaged jn mining operations the accident, which' ROOSEVELT PROBABLY GETS THE DELE-GATES Boston, lilass., May, Massa- p.t the time of was caused by a fall of coal in No. 3. The plaintiiT claimed the of in lieu of compensation. cliusctts prcJcrcntial primaries held in AUCTION SALE Household Furniture Friday, May 3rd, 1912 .'.At 2 p.m. m. Avenue Soulli, (London R'oad) by WiL.WILSON, AUCT1ONEEE by Airs. Darker, r will sell Uio following without Instructed reserve: Urasu mounted Iron bods Springs and Matressea 1 'large'folding: bed complete Dresser and stain! 2 carpets 1 Combination china cabinet and sideboard 1. Pedestal centre table Kxtension' table 6 dlnure 1 Wicker Hocker I writing desk1 ,1 bookcase 'Kitchen clmtrV- 1 hitjh clmlr 1 ironing' board 1 kitchen cabinet 1 (Miolo range with wanning closet and reservoir {'Mon- arch) "nearly new. Kitchen, utensils, ditmeK and u quantity of other articles W, L. WILSON Auctioneer. Phone 1023. City office at the Loth- bridge Weyburn Realty Co., Phone 1173 BOOMERS ARE NOW ON TRIAL WOR LOITERING IN PUBLIC PLACE ACTION 1C NOT RECOGNIZED is crn- Biitly, not jet tile aftermath iiting consideralile in police Shetland Ponies FOR SALE Get one for the boy. Apply to Warren MacLean on IRRIGATION CO. FARM Jicur Royal Collieries, Loth- bridge Nature's Scalp Tonic Nature's Scalp Tonic, con- tains one ingredient that supplies nour- ishment to the hair root, one that kills the dandruff gerin and another court this afternoon, the cases of the ,thut. piitn life and lustre into the hair. eight so-called boomers being in pro-lEach contains a packet of IMitchela Dry Shampoo Powder. Price jfor complete home treatment, Al. Brydlis of Movie, B. C., was Bold and guaranteed by Jackson harmed with loitering in a public ilace, thereby obstructing peaceable pedestrians. He is being, .defended'by. C. Mackenzie, While City Sulici- Hall is conducting the case for r-II Honor travc judgment lor plaintill in the su'in of SlO.fid and small debt costs. .Johristoiie'and Ritchie actnd for plaintiffs Church and McArthur fojf'Jho respondents. the election precincts yesterday lor ,t( IB the Re- prosecution. ranks between. Pa-shU'tit' question semis to Col Roosevelt that both on "'lietlier (lie men arrested sides claimed control 'of the city's six delegates, to U'-i Chicago convention aud it was appaient jWerday thallon tlle sidewalk in front of (thc build- night were arrested in the passage- way 10 of the land ollice i'i" WILL CELEBRATE ROTH urn in A vc LTV in IATERWAYS EASE NOVEMBER Alberta Great Waterways! case-will not, be' heard until .November. R. B. Bennet, K.C.. .UP., who left for London 'last night slated that it will be impossible to have the case heard in June, but that lie will, while in England, make arrangements to have it heard at the'earliest possible date in. Novprnber. Benuct is acting for the; .Royal Bank, the ap- pellant in the action. Mr. Bennett's Irip to England .will he a Imrried-one.11 He will sail on the Lusitiaua from New York, and will re- turn to Calgary on June 4th. "I am not going over to enter Brit- ish he said emphatically be- fore hoarding the, train. COMING WITH A BIG EXHIBIT Lacombe, Alta., May the active support of the Lacombe Board of Trade, representative farmers have taken in hand the matter of 'a district exhibit ttl the coming'drjsfarming con- gress at Lethbridge, aad a. substantial fund has been. subscribed. The agri- cultural resources.-: Lacombe district have developed 'very rapidly during the.-past for. two, and it is believed that an excellent showing be made at the congress. As-il- lustrating the possibilities of ihis seo- tioii as a mixed-, farming center, C. O, Vlg, who located ia this district re cently, says: "For making a home and is the best; country L know. I own 880 acree of land. Tbe land hay :been .so cheap jtlia't I could get this; much without going; one cent In debt I own a steam threshing out- fit saw mill and, planning mill, 12f. head of cnftle and a dozen head of horses." Tt Is noted that many of the farmers who, are now doing ex- ceeding well in this district came here with very small capital, and that they have made their success in. most instances upon the basis of the mixed farming system. New markets for farm products are being constantly opened up, and much is expected from the new outlets to Calgary arid Ed- monton which will" be afforded by the new lines of the C.N.R. from Lacombe to those points. The construction an official count would be necessary. inK- I lo sllou" Ottawa, April report that May 21 will not be a public holiday this year is given an.official denial The evidence of .the'prosctiution at'the" State Department, i it, fi.o "l 10 the' two-genera- Tile struggle in the Democratic pails lu sl tlmfr tl custom.b'r 1s-as not so. a, Speaker Champ "y tl-r.. police to mave ,rom yfctorii'B WrtU .Clark ran far ahead of Governor tho itot woiilrt her >death aB Victoria son ou, the pKsidential .prefetencc, j to while Govcrnpr .Kpss captured nvosi-. of the pledged delegates. Heturns..from 7S7. .out 'oi. clec--. lion precincts which included 'HO city hvards and 280 cities gave on presi- ;i Bit pledge .heading the .delegates at large' .Crane, heading the Tall pledge .003. These, same districts gave Clark Wilson For the Denf- (jcratic clelegates_ at large, Coughlin pledged to Foss Williams, for primary preference, At a late hour Taft was .leading Roosevelt in .the first, second, third, sixth, eighth, tenth, eleventh, and thirteenth rThis. placed ii was men. We "apes on the city s.dei th'e ss'i'oi? of Al- walk Jhough jiq last when the" crowd wns'd'lsperaed. i session in that regard, June i! willr.po The, uvidenee for the'- -Jiow a l'ublic holiday, as hoing the Mrtli- ever, js to the. effect that' the men ?ay' ot Ule reinlnE sovereign, and n 1 nroclama.tion to that effect pro- courie of' :t dential [Reference Taft f nr0ciama.tlon to tnat e vclt These same precincts for ,ssued ,n th, p. the'pasbageway, and wgek'-'or two. gaie Easier', i was'thp only reason they gave up'their positions in the line. The result fur as this year ,aC 'least is concerned, mny ue Hint .Time At the time of going lo press lie merely a bank and govern- casc is still being argued.jbefore. Jus- m'en't holiday, with military, i lice'of Hie Peace Rcntley." fired at the various stations. An interesting feature of the case was'the cvidenco; of Brrd'e, who that he went to the land office yesterday to enquire aiiout the land. uahera wanted at Starland Thaatre, JIo asked Agent Stafford if they could good wages. Apply "at once; in ti.e passageway and wait un- til the'.dirnr oi thciland office, opened.! BUSINESS LOCALS jouth of Lacombe. Renewed activity n local real estate has been noted as a result of the recent announcement of the C.P.R. officials as to the loca- tion of the depot .within, three blocks of the present station. Mr. L. II. Mason of Chicago, the newly appointed publicity cmmlssjoner, has ened-, bfficesliL the: Day bii'ildlng aud laying out an extensive- publicity campaign for new industries and sett- MAKING STRONG BID FOR MILL Hegina, May secure 'the es- tablishment here of .the Ontario Manitoba Flour mills, Limited, the city will guarantee the bond's of.the com- Ipany to the extent of provld- jlng the building and plant installed [are of that value. Careful. estimates i place the output of the proposed'mill at barrels daily, which means :a yearly expenditure, of some jor by the mill for grain. An effort wilt later he made to induce one of Ui6 railways to construct a spur track 1o servo the property on which the mill will bo located, sub- ject to a fair rental to be paid to the city, 'The usual exemptions from tax- ation are granted for a period of 20 years until .January 1933, providing the company shall continue operating during t'nat period. Power will be furnished at cost and the company will pay for water the minimum rato charged for, manufacturing purposes, Jt 116w appears likely that 'the com- pany will change its name in the near future and become "The Ontario Soskntchewftijf Flour Mills, Limited." That the rocftut decision .of several large milling concerns to locate here means practically tlie inauguration of a substantial Industrial boom for Re- glna Is generally conceded; and al- ready rumors are rife to the effect that several large flax mills are to locate the vldiiiiy or the (lour and that options have been taken upon property for this purpose. Regularity of the bowels is an absolute neces- sity for good health. Unless the matter from the food which collects there is got of at least once a it decays and poisons the whole body, causing biliousness, indi- gcstion ant! sick headaches. Ealta and other harah mineral purgatives irritate the delicate Jintnfj of the bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian Root vegetable regulate the bowels effectively without cning, sickening or griping. Use .Dr. Morse's M Indian Root Pills Hooscvclt ahead in the fourth, ilr 4aid that they would not nth, twelfth and fourteenth lh' tn "10VB them tllat I.'TC mud offiee authorities (lid not recognize anything the city had done the votes of Gloucester, Pea-.1" matlet- body and the Suimmc Capital, Uev-' lhis Poinl crly turned the tide in Taft's favor Imd takc11 UP thcit Brydlc. now being. Lnetl, said that he was fourth in tlie. linp and that he seven til, i districts. Early returns show Roose-' vdt ahead in the sixth district, but camp is now located just a mile from' in that, district. The vote for Sena- tor Lafollctte was verv- small, reach- in TS.t'prcoincts. Bended to hold that lag. was apparent that a complete vote of Hie state would not be iu hand until j lain today. The situation in the Republican con-; test; led to con.sidcrahlo In what would bc the attitude in j the final result showed that the vot- ers preferred Taft for President, but instructed Uiu eight delegates'at large for Roosevelt. While political ,vpb- servcrs on 'this point inany were of that the dele- galps ]iledged to IlooKPVolt niighl dis- regard expn-ssion-of prclsrcnce liu; voters for Taft although it-'was admitted (hat Hie'Rnnsevclt (if tliejegislatiiro and RoiKu-velt wpre mainly responsible for tlic new presidential MEXICAN REBELS BADLY ROUTED topic, MBJ 1 Counc- to Kl JJaso Texas) two hun- dred, jihi! tvvcntv dead and more tlian this number of wlion.' were unable (o crawl from tlic field of liatlln, a lund of uv.o..thousand n bnls under command nf'Mimucl Guer o lias been complotely; routed the, garrison of this bv yoiicti of the local until nine o'clock this morning. The wise is exciting a great deal oE inlcicsi, ilie court room being pack- cti 'throughout-'the- afternoon." In ail eight casps Just-ice of the sntley entered a conviction and with u warning, GOVERNOR GENERAL 62 YEARS OLD the Duko of Connauglit loday is celebrat- ing his birthday. r-ionorcd In London London, liny of churches rang .out and a royal salute was fired at Windsor Cjistlo, while flags were flyiiiR oh all government offices today in London, in honor ot tile birthday of Duke oC Comiaught. v ENGINEERS REACH AN AGREEMENT NTcw York, April. threatened strike of engineers of fifty-three railroads of tlva United Stafofi was averted to- day by Iho acceptance pariloa o-r a achcnio Late Latimer Hart ;