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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May 13. 1013 THE T.-F.T1IBRIDGE1 DAILY HERALD Page 3 "ARE YE Then say "The Florentine" It-c Cream 1'arlor is the I'ridc of Lcthbi-idRC Cily. And llu- mw is ffiviiiff llic public excoHem. -.crvk-u- Onnlilv Counts iiiul wo us for FRUITS, CAXD1KS, SODAS, IClv CUlv.VM. CONFKCTHlNK KY ANDREWS CARLILE, Props, Demand is the Proof of Excellence The fact tluil HUJE U151BOX TF..-V is in contiuiiiilly increasing demand proves its satisfying qualifies. jmst year's sales were enormous, yet tins year they tire quite greater. Tlie best the most econom- ical price is Cranbrook Libs. Ready For the Fight CratiHoul, May 11 .-Much com liienl. interest has been aroused in tbe city by the calling o! an in; es- timation, io be belli In the city l.all tomorrow, Into the circumstances connected with the arrest ot two In- dians a srort time ago. About SO witnesses have hcsn sum- mor.ed to. give eviilrnre before tl.o po- Jice commissioners. pupils ol MIES Darho's dais at the publn; school gave her a surprise iiarty on Thursday evening at the house wheio and Miss lliscock are "halching." The City Hand Sunday alternoon roccert loday was with fine weither, and a large number o! citi- ?cns enjoyed (lie music provided. Tim annual meeting of tho Crar.- brcfhc association w.is held In Clapp's there Wing a largo nltendance. Tlic following officers were elected: Hon. I'res.-Sir I.auner. Vico-Ptes.-Dr. J. JI. King. prcsident-C. R. Ward. Yicc-l'res.-W. A. Nisbct. Kcc.-Treas.-J. C. Kennedv. Kxfcntivo Comniiitce G. cartli, W. S. Santo, J. R. McN'abb, .T. M. .liohcrls, P. C. Wilson, C. J'alerson, T. S. Gill, 1.- Pearson, !A. II. Smith and Dr. H. Delegates were appointed to attend 1he proiincial convention at Hcvel- Moke on May 2Dth, Dr. J. H. King, C. It. Ward, W. S. Santo, Geo lloj- gartli and T. S. Bill ncing the names selected. A resolution appreciative ol the work and character ol tl.e late -Mr T. .7. Llcanc >vaK aoupi rd, and the. secretary was instructed to forward n copy to Mrs. Deane. T.ewls Toners wia falally rnisheil h; a cave in at tho Hamilton brick Warner, May 12.-A very enthusi- astic, anil vjCccssSul iiicelici; of the 'Alherta Temperance and Moral He form League" was held at this place Kuuilay evening. W- I1'- oi Edmonton, represented the leaju gave his illubtratctl lecture, "Ten Nights in a liar-Room." The ir.feting was held in the Evan eclical church which was crowile with eager listeners. The openin song service was led by the paslo of the church, licv. L. 1-. Orth. TL Scripture was read by Uev. Svvayne rlhe church choir and orchestra abl and beautifully rendered several lectiona. 'll.e Solo, "tthcrc is M Wandering Hoy hy Mrs E. J. LOVELACE Of St. Catharines, nomniated by Ihe Liberals of Lincoln for the Dominion louse. Quarterly Stake of llie Mormon Church Held al Raymond on Sunday Raymond, May 1J :avpc-st eonreiencc that was cvi. n> :d in tie Tailor Stake just i-losiJ It l.epan Saturday morning at 10 c-.lc-cl- I're sident H. S. Allen and T lley and O. H. S'UJA. also tbe councillors and L-i-'-'u-- ot th.-j aarde were pretent 'I-.c- clJi-s ivho Jujt returned from (on-ieri for a sbort time- ji.J lliel: labor abio.il christen Jensen of Magrath, who jubl from the Samcan Islacilt, ol '.h? sincerity of tbe cir.ur. from th'e Germany the missionaries are IrcJtul anj iov, the people receive !ho r.hlcrs Clarence Stevet-s and Jcci s.roit! the northern States o[ (he. Ihere c'.it miFsionailE-s arc neL-dtd lo iho Theodore lira: dk.v then fallowed aud rejiorteil l'i- Hike ami I'M inlMlonary thj'. baj Icen going on during tl'e wtnt-T. He s'.at- eJ lhat we cannot euc-i'i itic lestl. mriny ol our enemies thev aro prejudiced and oui mends do not us, but our enemies it Cbrisl's oncmics who bore condemned and crucified linn, so be uot amazed If your enemies misrep- resent arid tell untruths >oj, be slid. ...jille Grant followed President Brandloy. "I am Le said, "lo sou 'people slick up for vcur country. You have ihe b'si country in the world. I ECU satisfaction, cov tentmerit and thrlftiuess in faces ICES Its superiority is unquestioned Its fame world-wide Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum food The low-grade powders are made from or "sodium aluminum which is also alum, a mineral acid, which does not make the food healthful. One pound of the low cost powders contains three ounces of alum, a mineral acid. Is it safe to put that on your pantry shelf along with cans of food ingredients? Food baked with alum baking powders is found to contain a portion of the alum unchanged. Read the ingredient clause of label on the can. Unless it shows cream of tartar don't use the powder. your dress and In >our naaio? lie spoke of those who do noi do their duties, how Ihey drift and dwindle, auc! how finally they sever cor., nectiofl between their chinch and God. home. But there is something mysterious about il Mormon when Lc leases the luted. Tl.a filiation as a symtol of purity and steadfastness is che cm- lc-m trf Mother's Day. Sister Verua B. Itcdil gave a brie! rejtorl of (he conference bcld in Salt Lake City In They were in- structed to give nioro care to infant cMldrrn, and Ibat It Is tin- work or the HclUf Sociciy to go among iho people and teach them what ati m fant is most in neei of, careful feed- Ing and plenty of fresh air. T'ho Relict Society meets oil '.he first and third Thursdajs in every month. liave arranged to have competent iiiysician to gixe lee on neejs o[ children in the This nill be siren once a NEXT CONVENTION OF CANADIAN FORESTRY CONVENTION IS TO BE HELD IN WINNIPEG Ottawa, Out., May The next convention of the Canadian Forestry bicb is end from every point oi view, including the item ol the offering. It will do much to and make, efficient Iho ttmverar.ce sentiment ol tliis community. 'A local organization uas affccicd, the- officers being, CJco. B. Knanp, president; Wallace Simp- son, ucc-prcsideril, and Mr. Moilon, secretary-treasurer. The Young People's Alliance, i.n- ler Ihe leadership ol Miss Julia I'reston, president, and'Harry Wis- mcr, vice-president, which had local arrangements in charge, is to he com- mended lor the manner in which the work nas executed. nrmiin nnblic ouinion (o (he of forests on lands unsuited lo asricul- will be held at WiEnipeg, Man.. ;July 7 to 5. Amusements for the church tie is of Jio value to any ether church. up to rdlgion, per- form your duties, anil >ou will always be valiant workers for Christ and His cause. One third of the. people in this Flake arc under eight years of age. We are emvire builders, and we are going to stay here until we have ac- complished [he design which God hid In view Rhen He sent us here. The Mormon people as a whole have the hest health of any people in the The presidents of four of die ivorlr.E to ,__.. f__ a.d lMUrimce com Entherir.g are under way. Al- Regretting the Cost Henry Knew stairs could be so frolicsome anrt nlplne uclil tnal midnight. He had reached tie turn Ing point of his perilous journey hti wife appeared, armed uilh ''You're drunk. she cried vindictively. "You're "Well, If 1 responded Henry demurely, "I've for noth- ing at all." And ha rc-rdy the secretary has received in- [mation of the attendance of the most imminent forestry experts on both sides of tho Internationa! line. The, uobloms which are to be discussed he'largely those oi the prairie termers, among whom there has been [or some years row, great aclhity in the planting of shelter bells and wood- lots. Other (juestions, especially those perlatuing to the production ol timber lands from fire, will also be. dealt with. It Is evicted that there will bo a large altc-ndancf from the and from the provinces, easl and west. In fact, from Nova Scolh to British Columbia, representative mpn are looking forward to being pre- ent. Dc.vsaUs nlU-r.Jir.g the Convention 111 be able to secure convention rales vcr Ihe railway and steamship lines, larliculars of which can b'c secured rom James Ixiwler. secretary, Csnad Forestry Association, Canadian iuilding, Ottawa. PUTS AN END TO BACKACHE QUICKLY CURES WEAK KIDNEYS A FEW D03E3 GIVE KELPS LIFELESS ORGANS REGAIN HEALTH, ACTIV- ITY AND STRENGTH II la nsc-Ioas. and unneccB.'ar) lo be torlurcil the digging, ilaina of hackacho nnd or euftcr Sidney And bladder disorders an) long- er. The neiv discovery, Croxone, a remtrly which every sufferer cm depend uron to pTOTiiplly nnrl surely All euch misery and bring about a siicerly Croxone cures ihese tecame K (inkhly overconifs the tery ca'ipa of the disease. It soiks riglit Inio the stopped urr kidneja througli the meml-Maiif? nnrl linings; clranq out Ihr- TilterEnt; glands. iKMflrnlUca and the uric acid and in.i Tf-t filter ant] sifl from the blood all the wasle yol- rnalter that clog the sya- :em and cauee such trouble i. It doea not mailer whether jou but Blight or ilio chronic, aggravated caae of kidney, bladder troiibla or rhcumattsm that It la possiblo to Imagine, for the very prin- ciple of Croxone Is such lliat It It practically Imroseiblo to take It Into the human syatera with- out results You will find it different from alt ofhcr remedies There is nothing else on cartli like It. It Btarls to work tho imnulo you take It and relieves jou tho time you use anrt all llic misery suffering that go with such iTOiiWer end. You can secure nn onginal pnckirpc ot Croxono ftom any flrtn drngglfit. All drug- g'stK are authorised to rcreonal- ly iutnr.1 tho purcnase price i( It ffilH to Rlvr the desired rc- giille (he firet lime joii use USEB1 AXE ON llfi detectives Make Fearful Charge Against Convict in Missouri State Prison panics in the uorjd (old Pres. Gran that (hey would valuer Insure Mor rnons and their homes, because the death rate Is louer and the losses b> fire, are less than it is among an> other people. Elder Eva'na followed Elder Gran' He paid special triuute to Great fin ain for libc-ralliy of thought and sai strife among nations would cease a knowledge of fhristianlly Increased In the Sunday morning sessio rnest lirarnvsell. superintendent o unday schools, cave his report, whic as that the Sunday schools ol tb lake vere in' excellent condlllo hey aro nine in nuraher. The enro nent for 1M1 acd for 1912 he number was an average at- endance of 77 per cent. He also ritlcizeil a movement in the Robert- ou College of Edmonton, which is olng lo-send specially prepared stud- nts to (each the, .Mormons Christian- O. II. Snow, of the slake presidency, ollowed' ,ind sroie of the duties ol be ward teachers. The evening session was.devo'.ed .j Young Mutual Improve- nent Society worV. Helfel Socltty Confennce The Relief Society t-oiuerence con on Kriday ID the second ward meeting house, President Sarah A. Mcrctr and councillors were present. Sisler A. I! Scovll gave a lecture on Mother's Hay acd why it was insli- In the afternoon Dr. a ecluie on infactile He reated the subject Irani two phases bad feeling; cecond. infection contagious diseases. He slalei iat one-third of the mortality mong infants under years c ge, and that ihe causes nere usuall ttr'ibutcn lo bad feeding, and sccon Infectious diseases. 1 ne latler sirally contracted by keeping tho in ant from the fresh air ami kcenin t wrapped too closely. The n join babe should have more fresh r.i ban the child from four to sk >ear of ape. Tho reason because o bo rapid pulsations of tbe heart. London, May I'.mplre Da aradc to be held the an p'ces of the will lak place on Kmpire Da> on the Guard parade ground in I'.lrk. Kiel Marshal! Karl Roberts has again pron iaeo to mako tbe salute' and Admir- al Sir R Arb'illmot, Hart, will be in command. Tho control 'of the limpire Day parade is taken alternately by a military and by a naval officer, lly rciuost on this occasion Ihe com- manding officer is nominated by tho naval league. An interesting fealuro of this year's parade will be tho Iroop- Ing of Ihe flags of the different Lon- don boroughs These flags which bear the arms ol the boroughs will be carried In procession by contingents of from the seieral The flaps of Ihe dominions and, col ojiic-3 the rciispiro v.-lll on tills oc casioti to carried and trooped b> the imperial cadet cores who have among their romp.itiy a contin gent of rarlets, one o niioM will be the nearer of HID Un loii Jack. THE BUTTER THAT'S ALWAYS GOOD' Churned fresh every day. When It iomes front llifi Churn sued, rnrc nnd delicious. It U always Crapped In the samo careful Lethbridge Creamery BUTTER Made from pure pssleiiri-cd cream. If >o.i cannol gel it from lour groter, Phone 584 Decision on Wood Pulp Clauses 1 May Under wool tariff bill ixra before-the Sen ate grants free entry to wood pulp and paper, not exceeding 2V4 cents per pound in value. The Canadian reciprocity aet makes the limit o value four cents per pound. Th> court rendered two decisions on In distinct Issues. One related lo In portatfdns of pulp from Enron by American Express company, an F. Berlch t Co, uho claimed frc entry under the Ireaty and the olhe related to a lest importation of pulp from Canada by Ihe Cliff I'ape Co, claiming the rlghl to pay clut OD the ground that wool pulp and p per from Canada was not entitled I free entry until all ol Canad bad removed all export restrictions In the majority opinion by 1'resul- ing Judge Montgomery, Ibis conclu- sion was announced "A non-prohibited exportation from any nation having the faiorcil nation clause of an nnlaxed material ol tho same hind and character answers all Iho rcnulremonls. and should aland on the same fooling as Ihe goods so imported from Canada. It will not do lo say tbal wood pulp and wood are more accessible from Canada than from other nations The treaties speak In no such language of distinc- tion." In dismissing Ihe governments con- lenllon lhat the court had no lo determine the iasue because II was pollllcal and should be let'Trained by Congress and the exec- the court held lhat the favored nation clause was self executing and nol excculory or promissory. Leavenwo7th. Kansas., May 12.- Twenty-five murders tOQiniitled In In lasl three years in Missouri. Kansa Coloiado, Iowa anc Illinois by mean of blons from an i.ie are ascribed t Henry I.efi Moore, now sen ing a lit term in the Missouri penitentiary, ac- cording to a theory announced today by .M. McCanghry. special agent of the department of Justice, after an exhaustive study ol the to called ase murders. McCiaushry said the strangely sim- ilar circumstances in the murder ESV- lea pleasant occupation oi his rijh THIOKE was n limp, when looked i'onviinl lo summer with lion-til'. The dreaded working in the. same room with a hot fire going all llic time. It's iliflerenl luilay! Summer is no lunger a biigiocm- thiil reason, liccaiibc Natural Cms enables Urn housewife lo keep the fcilchen as ciuil its any other room in the house. When lliorc is iiolhing lo be cooked there is no fire lo beat the room. There is never any coal lt> carry and keep on Ihere arc no ashes lo IUB; around, sending dust over pscrylliing in llic kilclicn-WHIiX YOU COOK WITH GAS. Natural Gas Company I'HOXE 1510 ;