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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VMArMiW0 THE LETHBR.IDGE DAILY PAGETHRER HJIDIOSIOPWORK imwrn Suftwed Ywrs Until Osit.yiiay.aaijd. 1913. t VI w'w troubled for lefc ywrs with dUircMing Cpnttipaiibii Had Indi- Kb onrcoijltl haye'Jbeen Tvarse with" ihise UOUblea thili I was for thia long '.Tin pita from Indigestion ipas so ItTirt Bnuy times, hive liad'tu nork liedorin until ttie acute pustd'awaj, took lot in fuel, T 'gqess t look thai H-RS Advertised lid give them .nil a fair hilt got no relief. Abbat a year ago, however IvWM. .to try t iin ipijjlity 'glad Jv did so for they seem .to be made exactly' for me. They and I iow fret from these. diseases ind enjoying perfect health: Mj'wife also used and we hart think they are tUc beilinedicine ever made." Z. EDGBWORTH. foe aibet, 6 for trial 350.' At ill dealers or jerit on rrceipj of price' by Fruit-a-tiveii-LiimLed, 'Ottawa. IJOMRSiW .WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS "WinnipeG, .Man., May open- ing- rJpsJiig- prices 'ou the local Grain -Exchange today, fol Iowa: Open i Glose May-.. lt nay, 47 Cloilng Caih Prlcei jVo: 1 Northern Ko.'-2 Northern'.. Kb.' 6 ..I'.-. Jx'o. i; Rejected seeds .2 Rejected seeds 3 Rejected 'seeds Kc. 1 Smutty-... fro, 2 Smutty Ko. 3' Smutty JVo. Winter No. 2 Wiriler No. P. -Winter No. 2 C. W. Ki. No. .1 Feed K o. 2 Peed V Ko. S No: t'. Feed No. i X. TV. a. Kb. 2 C.'TV. KO. z c. 'Wheat Open. ilay July 90 September S6 Chlcaoo Wheat 110% 7.1 74 C9 88 80% 37% .35% 3-1 4U 1369s 133% Close now 8514 Ferine. .May MayOth.' has hopn apa.rt'by the .as a t-jenn-up. "iliiy for- Ihc city. W. J. McCatil, of the ..Hoard at Railway was in 'the fity'last week-'UkiJig ovldcnce lor anil Ihc present schedule (ol the (treat. Noi'iliern .Iqcal train, hum-1 her' orTanelicrs'-.Hvins in adjoinin'i; towns- requested- thai' It lio'changiiti so as to arfirc'iiom Hit; ivcsfc-in UK; morning, nitiiruing in the .itlernoon, nlloM'ing in' Fer- nic 16 do" their .slioppihg. the 'monthly "meeting 'nf1 the A riny anil Xnvy Veterans' 'Associa- tion held un the olh. It a .s'ocial in Viclpria Hall on Ihc for veterKus and their families only, when all veterans, re- siding in FeVriio and vicinity arc in- viled lo attend. 'It dcci'dcd lo KCIII! a'ilcle- gatipn i-qv.takp. celcbralibn in he helil there on the week .-A iloriation of, 525. was .sent to an afllicled brother" in Cranbroofc, and S50 to L'omradeii i.ii J-'crnie who.Iiaye (iiet" vfli'li -heavy- S. Kcay, 61 the Inhnd Rcvcnun bcpartiucut formerly, left for his-fu- Luro iiomc iii orninR. The Waldorf-Hotel-.liiis been1 uiit.pr-j going .and now j ranks ivilh Hie best in the city. "The "spring assizes eomhinnce j when- .three- ciimiual cases ivill be tried, bciore Chief Jus- Lice Gordon fluntcr. I1. Wilson, barrister of-Cranbrpot, MriJI'he cfoivn There 'ate -in'iitc a nuuiljcr uf civil eases. Or. IndUn Root Piili right fw tU children.. When they are coiut.fated whra their kidneys arc out of order ovcr-indulEeiice in KHTII favorite lood jivei them. Monc'B Jndian Root PiTta will quickly and mrdy put ihem rijht. Purely regulable, they neither veikeaor gripe, like harsh purgat Guard your cliildrtn's htnkh by alwayi keeping it box of Dr. indrnn Root fills in the home. Children GENERAL STRIKE OF- OHIO COAL MINERS. APPEARS IMMINENT Jnilinnapolis, Ind., Ecnecal striitc in the suit coal-.min- ing'imlustrr.of.Oiifo.-sIioulf! lie called was.expected to be .Aiufly -.discussed hy llic inlerniitJonal executive Ijoaid of the United Mine Workcrs'oE America in session here.. A. "commit- tee fforu- Oliio appealed ;before the board1 laic ycsicnlai-'-'and requested that a-general wtrilcc he t-aMed, vas the' opcratprs aiid [liiiicus had to reach an .agreemen.i -lo replace .the contract- which expired April 1st, last.- j- CHIHUAHUA1 QUIET l .Pafio, Tex..-. JJoy K Lctcher, at- CJUL- liuahua, returned' to El 1'aeo today by automobile lo' visit -hiB family. said Chihuahua wiis" rjuiei. mm VESSELS IN Mi IN SAME SPOT POE AND AMERI- CA AGROUND AT TWO HARBORS Last week that foot had corns. But the owner read of Blue-jay. She applied it one night and the pnin stopped. In 48 hours all the corns came out. And those corns will never come back. That's ihc story folks have told about smy. ciillicji corns. And lens uf tell it every day. Some of llicm ussd to pare corns, merely to" Some of them iried the old-time IrciitmcnLs until Ihey give up in disgust. mil tiicv suffer from coins. When one appears, Blue-jay gofta on it. There is uo more pain. The corn is In two days llicy lift' it out. No [iain, no trouble. Tim sounds too good tu be Bin iliat a million coins a. montli zrc ended in tins Why don'I you let it put an cud: (o yours? Blue-jay For 15 ind 25 if. Black, Ckiup o4 Mikvn of SuppUw freight Geaer.il O. .M. poe, of the rnleascd by Hut- tues', Harbors, during (.lie night. She IB pmichircc] iu the foro neili', I lank. Shb ivas up-bound for ore, wtian she went PBtioro- yesterday durliif.; a thick Toff, and prijbably will hfi hroiight to tlip Jiead of Ihe lakes (or repairs. The Booth liiie steamer America vests on the roclts close to the spot where Poa went aground. Tugs and a sister .vessel of the America, wliJch- later Jigbtfired part of the Am- erica's cargo, Tn 11 cil LO release tho America, aiid ahe lies broadside on to j any Inclemency of TV I ml or waves. In a precarloiis .position. She Is veport-] ed hadly damaged. i The point where tliu America la j aeJiore lias IJeen tlie scene of several 'accidents. Mariners declare that I a norilieasl-wind is on, they J can not'hear Imvn statlonetl Cut This Out ramous Specialist's Recipe for Catarr- hal Deafness and Hoad Noiaes If you know aonieone who Is Ironh- '.CaluincL, Mich., May sleanv 'tr George S. Balcpr, Captnin George 'A. by the Pitlsburg Steamship Co., ions of iro'rr-orc from Ashland lo IvriCj'Tvcjit w Safl'tob'Ui reef, casL of J-uiiiiv in a tlenae fog today. -She is on near jivbcLC tire" JMopreJiuiil; was wrecked three years ago. The linker Is one of l.lic largest., vessels .on tlie Great Lakes, The bottom; ol; Ihc, Haker is and lightering of. her entire car- go will be nc'tmsiu-y before she can tic released. The crew of twenty-live yas saved. The! by .the hoat'.t. oftk'crs de due I.JK- treat, drylallnn of. the compass.- The linker is GSO long ami 58 feet IjCRm, ed -ivlth head or cntarrh.il leafiiBSs, cut out tills: formula and land lo flic ami yon will luivc been he means ot saving some' poor 'suf- ,'erers perhaps from total clearness, lecent evperimenl's have proved con- clusively thai eutnrrhul deafness, head uolees, etc., were the direct cause o[ oiiHillulionnl disease; and'lhat salves, etc., merely tcmpor: so u'llh ihe'cbmplaliUj'aiid seldom, if ever, effect a permanent Tills being tiiiie'.'aiid1 money lias been spent of late 'special- ist'in perrecting'ft -yet effective tonic tha't would quickly dis- pel all traces poison from the system; Tlie effective, pre- scription wlilcli iras eventually fonn- ulnteil, and which has aroused Uie be- lief that deafness will soon be extinct; is given below" in underBiantlahle form so can treat themselves In their own home at" little expense. Secure, from your-clrupglst I Par- miut (Double iihoul. worth'. Take this -'home, 'null ii'rifl to It Vi 'Iiint of hot water aud I 92.. Of moist or granulated snyar; stir until dissolved. Takti .one.- tnbJespo.orir.il four time's; o'day-'" The .llrat dose promptly ..'ijmls the most (llstresslup, .liead noises, besid- ache, dullness, cloudy' thlnklns, while. Lhe licurlng rapidly returns as the system Is lavlgor'aiod the, Ionic action bC Loss bf'smell and mucug dropping, in Ihc back of tho threat a that show tlie priisemii! of CHwirvhii! uoisoit, and which nre qnldOy overcome lJ.r; tills efficactous tieatinciit. DO ppr-cenl. o! nil oar tronhjes arB ilircct- ly catiscd by catarrh, therefore 'ilierr are, people'whoso-heaviiiR can- not. be reatprecr'by thfs simple Lrc'atinent. Kvcry Derson wfio i? troubled wldi heart noises; raliirrhnl or catarrh "In :nuy form, should slvn ihls -nreKc'riplion a trial. There la 'nothing -tieltcr. ordering Parinliil. 'nl; iya specify 'that- you want IJcntlilo Strength; your druggisfluis it'or lie can get it for yoii; .ifjiiof, scud-TiTc'ip (.he. liitcrnallonar Laboratories, 74 Antoliio St., Montreal, P. who make of it- To the Citizens of .Letlibrldge: once more would like to empha- to the electors the necessity, of .rotlug down.this one-man car propo- sition. We Jiavo dlrefuly sialed that' tue one-man will be dangerous, sJow, and irregular, compared with the fcud tlie" incouveniericc ''to women and children, especially those iv 1 tli. baby busies, will be consicler- abls. It is ulso poor economy to lay off tlie 'working men, and I'urflier swell Lhe already too 'large riinlts of the uiieinployed A'oiv these- men -wlio will bo let'ont if tlip .c.nr Is adopted, will in all likelihood have to leave tlie city, as there is no work a similar nature. It will men IT more j empty bouses, therefore a loss to The property owner.' The cost of 11 v-1 luakea it necessary that most of j their wngus be sjicnt in the necessi- ties of life; Uioiefore, a loss [o Uie mei'chani. Any little they'may SHVC 1 be liiul aside ami some day will' be used lo build a home, and make work for others. Ami what will It' mean to the ratepayers' if the-one- inan car is adopted. Tlie most that C'an'be saved will oii'iy lie. half a 'mill; the one-twentieth, part of a. cont on. the dollar, and Ihc possibility of this being swallowed up by thc loss if-farea. It is also poor economy from an ad- ircrtlsiug point of view., Th'js city ins spent thousands dollars on publicity in an endeavor to have Letlibrltlffc on the msj, ,is tlie metro- polis of thcvsoiilh. By adopiing a onc- rann -par. IL ivill uuverlise. It3 sma'.l- ness: it will be on the us a. oiio- horsc (own, and counteract nny good Impression this publicity i ay IIQVO inn dp, would asneclally point' out (o our fellow h-nde-nnlonlsla that it is not irarin union lo miike one ninn do two ,meii's work, mid In remember Hiis when ihe poii. ami 101 vole llmlr fellow workmen onL'of a job lo onal'.o tiie-in-pperty ofvrncr'r'ct save half :i mill on the dollar. Trusting coQaide.r lliesp jiofnts being c'JistJng- tlicfr vote. remain, Pres. D. Sec. I ST. PAUL ELECTS ITS .FIRST COM MISSION GOVERNMENT MAYOR _: St. Hay K. Winn Powers' will he.SI: Haul's first, may- or under the conirnissiun form of gov- crnmenl1 He detected Luis UrNasJi hy a majority' dt about- in.; the'.city-election, held yesterday. Major W. ct-landy is the apparent winner" in; the ,race for comptroller. the men elected Kill be.Powcjs men. J. >I. Kinehput'and Johir Boerner been elected municipal! over Brill and Etnil ilelncs. PUMOR. SALE OF MANITOBA'S ELEVATORS Wfunipeg'r Mail.1." rumor was current biv .the Grain Exchange tills uiornlng "to "the effect that the George --Peary Co.. of Cbicago li'egotinting for the purchase of Hie 50reruracnt elevator system. COUNCIL OF WOULD DEPOSE COUNTESS ABERDEEN Ronie, Second day's meeting of llie International Goimcil oE Women, now beltia held In Rome, under the presidency of the Countess of Aherdeen, 'levoloped an. effort to depose the Countess from this posi- tion; which she has held -for ttveul.v years. FIRE- ON MOOSE JAW FARM ENDS FATALLY Moose -Taw, Sask., May dis- astrous lire occurred at the farm of Sherman CTnckliurn, manager of the [nrestqra' Really Co., of this city, iviiii-h Ja situated Jiesir Airpnlea, at on early hour this morning, which re- Hulted In (he death of Alra.' ]iiru aud her nepIie'R-. MPTO SCMP CLEAN Buister Brown Helps Mothers! Buster Brown stockings are a real first aid to busy mothers. Buster Brown defies the boys to rub holes into these Stockings, by making them of the strongest, long- fibre cotton, specially twisted and tested for durability, with a three-ply heel and toe, and double leg. Buy BusterBrown Stockings for your-boys and save hours and hours of dare- ing. Your dealer can supply you with Buster Brown Stockings for your boys. Black and Leather Shade Tan. Cost no more than the' stockings that rub right into'holes." IGimtfrlf Cargrat BiiHicnj jRiuiirfatlurtra in (EanaJja MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONT. AUo iTiKkeri of the celebrated "Litlle Darlinf und "Little Daily" Hosiery Tor Infanta and Children F Girls, Butter Biowti'i Sifter's StBciunr for the girls splenderi lookinK Itoehlnr m.t a- mod trite price.'. A ln-'o-tbread Enjrlbh lafiettlzeA atockinr. tha.1 is shaped lo fit abd weart well Colors Black. Lather Sh.dc Tan, Pink, Blue THE SHERMAN (By Argus) To Judge by. the crowded house at tlm Sherman Tlicatre. the dancing of Mile. Atliniore Grey is pracing a great aiti-aciion. Dances of Uie Snlonie i ious may find, objections of their.own interpreting. Grey elucidates ihe joy of It IE not a bacchante ive see on the stnge, but' an artiste who has c.irefui'ly studied her JIuCs, ami.is jiivuiEr- them their graceful internrc- Uitiuii. FeeL and diniilinnous gavmenta help, without In the freedom' which Hie scope of the cfng itemruida, hut there. Is huVh- I Ing ivliich even the'ni-urieiit can nt: tacii to dertact from the 'attractive1. ness of the rendering1. variety 1mvp b ious comment. LEADS WITH ._.. siibject to censor-j W.'TH FEATURES But a suod deal dc-'l A complete change of nrogramme at pends on tlielr interpretation, by the llie ppnnlar Starlnnil Theatre, includ- dntsie. THey may become the con- ilis SOmC of the best feature pho'lo- lortion of a'nymph nlaying to satyrs, uiays' possible lo secure; the. Star 50AP Frequent shampoos' Cuticura Soap, assisted when necessary by gentle with Culicura Ointment; afford Ihe piircst, sweet- est and most economical method of freeing-the scalp'.br infants and children from minor eruptions, itcliings and soilings 'and of "es- tablishing hair health. Gnilcnrn Soup nuii OlDlioentKrn sold il-rmuhcuc ilicWl'l. A llhcml nf ncli.wnu Dfiokioionint cure nnrl imilmcnl o( ih'e nkln anil irnip, ei-ni pdnl-lirp. Addm Dfun A. Cliem. Deft. Sit. BMtcn, U. S. A. or they may be thc chaste pf the beauty' and rythm of the uoeiry of motion. Tliu sinuous move- ments of the dancer may be insinuat- ng. aucordlnt' lo tiio uarticnhu- frame of mind llicy are viewed. "The Venus in a Looking evoke art-' iatlc admiration, or may shock a too strait-'iaced disposition. In wUnessing an Gxliibih'un of such as Mile. Grey inter- prets, the point-of. view 'iiaiiira.ly coinns In as Q factor In Its nientnl re- However, lii this" pnrticulHr1 :ase, there is nothing, of voluptuous- ness or lewdness in the danclii.qy It is 'tviiat it ;s-Intended lo be, the spirit of music, embodied in classic niorehieiit. TJinrc is no'tlifhg to appeal to the sensuous, although, as In many things, the- over-censor- orchestra, with a complete 15c J VITAGRAPH TWO REEL FEATURE The Love of Tokiwa PATHE.PUAY Mrs. Morton's BIOORAPH BURLESQUE .COMEDY The Lady in Black IN HEA.BT OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY hi Hie Centre of lliinps-thcnt fluJ Mores 'ilijiliJi Hbolutcly concrcie.alt.- And BCROPBAN 51 ?cr Vt'iih 52 per day of orchestral hits: Lawrance, who has already hecome n Mg fiivoritc witjj -patrons: sinking'-new-.songs from tliu latesL siicceaso-S, should :uid "will be the bringing- to> SCurland tonight one of the Inrsest' crowds which attended any theatre In-tills city! _ FRECKLES Now It the. Time 16 Get Rid of'TJiQRe Ugly Spots' There's no longer, the slightest, need cf feeling ashamed ..of yonr as the guaranteed to reiiiove these -home-Is1- spots, Simply get .in oujicc of double any vdnisgist and -apply a little of it night-ami morn- ing and you s'hciilci. soon see that'even the worst freckles have begun .to dis- apijear, while the lighter ones-have vanished ontirely. It more Lliaii is needed lu'.coni- i- tlie skin and-gain a'beau- tiful clear complexion- Uo sure Lo.nsk for the double slranyth otliine as; this is sold under guur.iutee of .buck If it-fails to remove freckles. J. D. Vliglnbuliiani Jt Co., Limited. Advt- The House with a reputation Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT QR AHRONl'' A REMARKABLE-STORY INTRiaul HAVE TOT Mile. Athmore THi: CHALillNO I'llEMIEir Heir Interpretation of the Classic Dances' is Wonderful PRICES 10c PERFORMANCES TONIGHT A Complete New Bill MISS AMY LAWRANCE A Complete New Bill TONIGHT ;