Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, Miiy TTIE DAILY P AIN.T was first used simply to beautify and to cover up defects. -From time to. time in- gredients were added which give it the power to protect and preserve as well. riiHERE are paints and paints on the market. Some of thorn answer the purpose for which they are intended. The major'ty are simply on the market for one make a big profit for the people them and the people who sell them. We don't keep that kind. TT DOESNT-PAY'you to use them, so In the long run it wouldn't pay us to sell them.. You .want the most for your money, so come is and talk the paint question over.with us in detail. CW.GRAY The Best Hardware House you know the "Reasons' Why" CITY AND DISTRICT met IbieSiitt" LOWERED RECORD CROSSING POND Hauc, May 9 'the steamer France of the Cbrnpagme Generate trans Vtlantic, armed here jcilei- .jay on trip from New making the passage from Hook in T 19 hours and 'IS minutes, heating uy seven hours the previous recorl held hy La Prov- ince sinco. June 6, 190U. SWIFT ..CURRENT'S NEW BANK Swift Current, May Cur- rent is now the proud owner of an- otlier banking ..institution, the Domin- ion Bank hiving opened a branch here. J, L. Bone in the manager. The -Seven: Persons Creamery elation has been incorporated, Joseph Mitchell of tins city, v.-jUi luicl nccirtitni; Monday on his farm at Bow Island, caused by a .runaway'with a 4-horse team and He badly cut about th? face and bruised about the body. He brought, in the Gait, hospital and is doing as well as can he -'expected. 'Any shortage of labor which may E.vist in the city can he easily-filled, .Secretary Carter, of the Miner's un- ion, has written Mr. :E. A. Cunning- ham, president, .of the Board of Trade, stating that there are .a number oE men at Michel out of work. As the IT ARREST THE CANCER'S GROWTH FRENCH DOCTOR HAS A NEW TREATMENT BASED ON NINE" YEARS EXPERIMENTING Paris, May Lctullo read yesterday an important paper the Academy of 'Medicine on the now t-poatniont of cancer discover- ed, by Dr. Julius Giioxada. Agruin, who 'hua pursued his researches in and Paris. Dr. Chez- iwla reports a particular case of can- cer, which bo operated upon years ago In Paris, and which after an Im- mediate relapse submitted (o hia treatment, with the result that th progress' of the cancer was arrested. The patient, a lady now 81 years old, in good general health, with- out any evidence of cancerous growth remaining. Dr. Gnonada explains his treatment. He does not profess it to be a mirac- ulous cure of various forms of cancer, but what it accomplishes Is the ar- rest of cancerous growth, with a cer- tain umount of Improvement to the health of the patient, owing to the ne- crosis of cancerous parts. The paper, as read before the Ac- ademy, was'too technical to be sum- med up by a layman, but the substance of the communication is that the treat-1 ment prevents the formation of new cancerous growths and shrivelled iip a certain extent those that exist. The preparation used by Dr. Gnezada con- sists of an albumen containing a per- centage of arsenic und phosphorous, of about six milligrammes per gramme a compound, which he has named "Avphoaline." The prepara- tion, which is not caustic, is a brown- ish powder, without taste, insoluble in water, and In mild acids, and soluble when warmed In alkalis. It can 'be ipplied locally .in .the form of dry powder, or may bet swallowed in cap- sules. Dr. Gnezada has Ii-aen experi- menting with the treatment for the last nine years, and his method has 'observed by the directory of hos- pitals in 'Paris and elsewhere, and .hey gave very encouraging reports. RIVAL CLAIMS TO TEXAS DELEGATION JACQUES BUREAU LOST APPEAL THREE RIVERS ELECTION CAofe WILL NOW HAVE TO GO TO TRIAL M.iy the supreme court today the Three-Rivers election. case, bureau vsv Normaml, was The appeal...was.from the on preliminary objections to the petition hv which they were over-ruled. The m'nes aic Jikelv to he slick for some appellant relied on twotobjections', 1. time eontraciors or "needing j That the petition men could get them by applying to j having been presented 'and scrv- Mr. Carter or agent to Michel. John W HugiH, LL B has liecu appointed permanent assistant solici- tor to the -Alberta division of the summoned to produce the list of vot- BOTH ROOSEVELT AND TAFT MAN- AGERS COUNT THE NOSES FAVORABLY Dallas, campaign managers -for both Col. Roosevelt and President -Tart-continue to claim tho Republican delegation to the Nation- al convention In Chicago, as a result of the. Republican County convention iu Texas on Tuesday. Cecil Lyon, of Sherman, declares Roosevelt'has a majority of the dele- gates to the State convention, while H. P. MacGregor, of Houston, the Taft leader, prefers" to use the congres- sional district as a unit in discussing the claimed victory of his chief. Unofficial returns KO far indicate that Hodsevelt ..will have 77 Instruct- ed "delegates-to. the State convention, and Taft will have 45. Thirty-eight votes were .uninstructed, and in thir- t'3ou counties contesting delegations were elected. Counties accorded with vuitjM, utu not liOiit u. OOii VOiitiOn. control the convention, J2i votes will be-necessary. The Stat-2 chair- man, speaking for the supporters of j Col. Roosevelt, declares that lie is sured of more than that number. Against this MacGregor asserts that President Taft has carried ten con- gressional districts, he practically concedes three', toj Kcosevelt, and his rns from three others are not snE- ntly complete to form an opin- ions-Income districts claimed air. MacGregor. anticipates contests, but expresses confidence that the re ecrd will show the' president to have w.on. In the Democratic contest, practical- ly "complete returns indicate Woodrow Wilson will control the State con- hftfore the appellant had been gazetted as member 'elect, and that the status 01 the pcUlionnr t ]y has 354 was not proved 2, That the clerk of I tnan necessary to control the convex the crown in chancery having UBRR Wilson now apparent- or forty-two more P.R., .the appointment to date .May 1 Mr THigill has been for used at the election sent a mcm- TO'YIELD WEALTH Toronto, May are -being connection with the finp of swore M-ere supposed to contain prepared for the construction of a ist! to "tlllze sawdust and other time assistant to J A. Walker, the her of his official staff in his stead, C P R solifiior, ifter seveung his j piesentcd sealed envelopes which DESPISED SAWDUST Bennett and Co. j the list and the record, and a NEW BANK .MANAGER, materials from the Canadian Winnipeg, May P, E. Kil vert, manager oC-the 'Bank oE Hamil ton at Toronto, was today ..appointee manager of the Bank of Hamilton' a Winnipeg, MOOSOMIN NOW PORT. OF ENTRY Moosomin, Sas% May S Mooso mio. as a port oC entry .was openei here today by Henry Smith, customs officer in charge. Alberta Saddlery Co. Limited LETHBR1DGE .We have Just received our spring consignment ot Trunks, ami Suit Cases ami are showing one of the best ami largest stocks ot Its kind In Soulhorn Alberto. Our special Cowhide Suit Case, with heavy 1 14 straps In 24 ill. is hard io beat OK at The A. S. Special Trunk has features that stand Iho hard bumps Brasbpd Cupncd and Fibre Bound with 11-1 inch straps 7C In 16 LADIES' CANE AND MATTING SUIT CASES from to 56.00 iiir j niilte colonel J- B. aimei The petitioner svore that he was nni progident the Poison Iron Works the list and jdcntit-ed bis name oppo- j company, and Prof. Wallace P. Go- site a' number thereon. The appeal hoc of. Toronto, arc behind .the scheme was dismissed wilh costs. Lcmieux, which is entirely new in Cnnnda, and K C for the appellant Uisselon 1C. involves tlie conversion of sawdust in- 0 ior i repondinl. 1 to glucose and by the addition of yeast the production of alcohol, ft is be- lieved the industry has a big future iiv.the Dominion in view of the largo output-of I limber find the demand for the by-products of the waste. DEFENCE IN THE BANDITS'CASE WITNESSES SWEAR THAT BAT- TLE OF BULLETS WAS START- ED BY OFFICIALS Wyllicvllle, Vii., .May de- fence of Floyd AUen, first of the Hillsville court house assassins to face the bar, was well into its casu lidorc court adjourned yesterday and hegan swearing witnesses to support the theory that till! first shootini cauio from the court ollicials 01 March the Aliens rode inlo town and shot .ludge, Massie, 1'rose- culor Foster, Shcrift Webb, a juror, ind a spectator. Two of these witnesses were jurors, vlio sat on Allen's trial to which he court house murders came as a icquencc. One swore.tic believed the Irst sliots came froni the court of- ficers and the other that he had seen Sheriff fire at Allen. On cross- examination, however, one admitted that the Aliens began firing before Sheriff Wehb, and the other admitted j that he did not hear well and could lot locate sounds definitely. One ,he witnesses put on to Impeach tl cslimo'ny offered by the prosecution tlmitted under cross-exam inatio hat he owed Sidna Allen Sidna Allen is the accredited leade if the Allen gang and with his nc 'hew Siilna Edwards, is somewhei n the Blue Ridge still defying th osse, who hunt him for the cour louse shooting. These two men icon at large nearly, two months an ill efforts for_ their "capture have bee ruitless. When court adjourned seven wit- icsses had been examined by the dc ence. Probably forty will he ine testified that Hyrd Marlon, a member of the gang awaitin rial for murder was not in.the court ouse when the shooting took plac nd that Victor Allen left the court room, before it began. AND YOU DONT SEE THESE EVERYDAY t THE Grand National 1912 A magnificent of tills famous sporting event, showing a spleudid field, splendid weather and a splendid race won by the veteran old steeplechaser "JERRY M1'. Tbffl is a new film and the photography Is perfect, clearly depleting this biggest cross-country race iu the world, over the stiffest course of 4 miles, which is a'severe test of endurance for both man and horse. 8KB the thrilling accidents at the big jumpij, especially "Beeche's they will make your on end. THREE OTHER GOOD AS USUAL f.RFAT VlilUiK IS BEING MADE PUT BLISTER ON GOV. HARMON THAT !S rAMBITlON OF BILLY BRYAN, .WHO HANDS OUT A WARM ROAST Lima, Ohio, May Jen- nings ended life speech-making tno day here last night, in denun- ciation of Judson Hannon, "'as the "prhice of reactionaries." Mr. Bryan spoke in hall to a large audience. I am for Wilson in Mr. Bryan said, "but 1 am for Clark where- ever Clark-is pitted against Harmon. I want to put a blister on Gov. Har- mon. I want to make my statement as strong as possible. When the govs ernor of a great State deliberately re- pudiates the platform of his pit.rly, heartburn, that Harmon did in opposing the Initia- tive and referendum, he becomes un- worthy to have any office, from "con- stable, up or down." STJKELY SETTLES UPSET STOMACHS INDIGESTION, GAS, SOURNESS OR DYSPEPSIA VANISH '.IN FIVE MINUTES Every year regularly more than a million stomach sufferers -la.-the Unit- ed States. Canada take Pane's Diapepsin, and realize not only immediate, but lasting relief. This harmless preparation will di- gest anything you eat and overcome a soar, gassy or out-of-order stomach flvo minutes afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfortably, _ what you eat lies like a lump of lead In your stomach, or if yon have sign of: ludiges- Mr. Rryan referred to President' Taft as a political banltrijpt. A LITTLE CONCESSION TO AUTOMOBILISTS ChariotIctown, F. E. L, May tomobile men succeeded in sotting a bill through the legislature by which a company ma-iiifaciuring here may run their machines at six miles an hour through the streets to a private park for the purpose of demonstrating them to prospective customers. The first bill sought to give authority to run -the machines anywhere through the si roots for demonstration pur- poses, but owing to Iho strong OPPOHI- tion in (he country tho measuro was withdrawn. Get from your Pharmacist a 50-cent case of' Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. There will be no aotir risings, no belching ot undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea, Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness or Intestinal griping. This .will all go, and, besides, tnere will be no sour food left over In the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Papo'B Diapepsin. is a certain cure tor out-of-order stomachs, because it, takes hold of yo.ur food and digests It Just the same ns if your stomach wasn't there. JUilicf In five minutes from all stom- ach misery is waiting for you at any drug store. Those largo 50-cent cases contain more than sufficient 'to thoroughly NEW SCHOOL SECTION IS GREAT ED EVERY DAY IN PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Edmonton, April new school district for every day I the month of April has been'erecte in the province of Alberta. On school district ,a day ;lias been th normal rate of increase iu Alberta fo some years past, and with the erec tiou of each, new district, the old one shrink in size, and the standard cd ucation is improved; the school buili ings the-'settlements become of substantial character, and in every re spect educational efficiency is prom otcd. Eighteen school districts have been granted power to borrow money ,b> the Department Education, to totalamount, for the last fifteen days of April, of Almost all these sums, it is to be noted, are in respect to country schools, where a) expenditure or sig nil'ies construction :6f "school houses of good dimensions and equipment. THREE .DEAD AND TWENTY INJURED EXPLOSIONMN STEEL COMPANY'S FURNACE FOLLOWED BY DREADFUL RESULTS Cleveland, Ohio, May men were killed and some twenty serious- ly injured shortly after midnight by an explosion at the ceutr.al furnace of tlie American Steel and Wire Co. H is thought thai some of the jured will die. They- are being cared tor in two of .the city hospitals, to which they were rushed in ambu- lances vhat were hurried to the .scene. explosion occurred-when a lur- nacc was heinp; cleaned out prepara- tory to closing lor tho night. It is though! tti have followed contact of workman's torch with an accumu- lation of gas. BARS CHiLD ACTOR FROM PLAY "Mine. the Palace theatre, Chicago, May Da vies, state factory inspector, yesterday or- dered the manager of the company now presenting one-act playlet n, to discontinue the employment of Yuez Seabury, seven years old. The little girl played the part of 'Trouble.' She 1ms been with the company more thun a year. Her employment is a iolation of tho Illinois child labor law. SWU-T CURRENT EXPANDING Swift Current, May Swift Current Is coming Into her own was evidenced by the increase of building permits issued In flvo days. "Last week reported the permits totalling 000, Mint being up to April 15tb, euro almost any case of Dyspepsia, j "port wn3 Presented to the i.ouncil IndlgcEtlon, or any oilier stomach dls- Tuesday night, showing a total of or. up to April 20th, Majestic Theatre 2 Nights Only. FRiDAY and SATURDAY NEXT H. E. PIERCE AND COMPANY 'Make Known "IN WYOMING" BY'WILLARD MACK A beautiful leproducUon of Western life and scenes bubbling over with comedy and: occasional' pathos, PRICES 25 cents to Special Saturday Matinee MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) "In Wyoming" If tile people ot Lethbiidge appre- ciate a genuinely good performance, a really nigh grade dramatic" production, they should not fail to attend the Ma- jestic Theatre in large numbers. Tlra attraction will be "In with splendid company presenting an en- tirely now and highly successful west- ern comedy drama, for which a complete scenic equipment is can led. The play is unquestionably one- the most intensely interesting erf recent years, giving as it does not only a true and realistic life on the plains, but a beautiful love story, with plenty Jl' good, wholesome humor and such a good, wholesome produc- tion as1 this is well deserving of-pat- ronage. The "1912" Grand National At Star-land this Week ot A magnificent anil new picture SICK DAUGHTER HOW WELL C. Cole Tells How Her Daughter Was Restored to Health by Lydia EL ham's Compound. Fitchville, take great pleas- ure in writing to thank you for what your medicine has dona for my daughter. "Before taking your medicine she was all run down, suffered from paina in her side, could not walk but a short dis- tance at a time, and had severe paina in head and limbs. She came very near hav- ing nervous prostra- tion. She had begun to cough a good deal and seemed melancholy by spells. She tried two doctors but got little help. sporting event, will l "I cannot find words to expreat my be shown at Stnrland on Friday and gratefulness for what Lydia E. Pink- Satunlay. This is certainly an un- usual picture and will slir up in nany hearts recollections oE "The Great, National." The race of -1912 was n splemlid rare, held in splendid of others veaUicr, and a turn- ed nut, in the slarting The win- icr, as will be fresh in the minds, oE ham's Vegetable Compound has done for my daughter. She feela and looks like another girl since -taking it, and I shall always feel that I owe you a great debt. You can use this letter for th'e bene- ways recommend your medicines for fe- male G. COLE, Pitch- ville, Ohio. Hundreds of such letters from moth- imuy, was the veteran old steeple- ers expressing their gratitude for what -baser "Jem; Rcmembui, this.'Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- tho nimresi cross-country race iu pound has accomplished have been re- "b ceived by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medi- cine Company, Lynn, Mass. Young Girls, Heed This Advice. he world, over the sUiTesfr course of our ami a half miles, 'ami !it is: a veil known fact that it is a severe csi. o! endurance for both man '-and Girls who are troubled with painful or tirregular periods, backache, heftdeche. You will see thrill ins; acci-j amgging-downsensations.famtin lents at the big jumps, especially .at 'Beccher's lU'ook" that ,will make hair stand-on-cnd ant! make you maginc you are present on the old ouise at, "Aiutree" minglins he leading aristocrats of the woilil. Ills is Jin added attraction, and. the irdinary program of three, full, reols vill be shown as usual. PORT COLBORNE GROWING Port Colljorne, May lent roll for the present year give's population oC Port Colborne as SOI, as cpnipared with H-iS last year, n increase oC 358. or indigestion, should immediately seek restoration to health by taking Lydia E, Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound. CONNAUGHT MAY OPEN NEW LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS Edmonton, May Js possible that the Governor-General will form- ally open.Uio new. parliament-build- ings This question has been.'' dis- cussed by Mayor Armstrong and a committee at the city hail the result that His Worship will confer Premier Siflon and seek Inn views on the matter. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., ALEXANDER MANAOER TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES ssued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient orm in which to carry money when travelling. They are negotiable vcrywhere, tlie exact amount payable in the prin- ip.ll foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. heques are issued in denominations of 3100 and 5200, AIM nd may be obtained on. application at the Bank. In connection withits Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued n booklet entitled "Information of Interest boiit to winch will bo sent free to atvyoiie for it. Lethbridgev C G. L Nourse, Mgr.