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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETIIinUDGFA DAILY HERALD TAere Only "Bromo Quinine" That Laxative Bromo Quinine VtfD WORLD OVEK TO OUttC A OOLD lit Mr. Alwavfi remember 1 ho lull name, for tbis signature on 31, August J.' to Thursday, Au- gust 5-7, loufeday and Frldav, August 7-8. and day, August 12-J3. and Friday, Aug- ust H45. and Wednesday, Auguet Circuit No. J and Wednesday, August IS-20. (Deseret) Friday and Saturday, Atigusl to Thursday. August 26-2S. PincVr and Fri- day, AugUBt 2S-29. Circuit No. 4 ,and Wednesday AuRUst 5-6. August 7. August 8. to Saturday, August 11-16. and Wednes- day, August-19-20. "SftLADA" TEA reaches you just as it left the Gardensof Ceylon, with its fragrance and flavor unimpaired. In Sealed PackeU Only. Black, Green and Mixed. Retail Merchants Decide on Move F'.-..ghl With Large Possibilities 10 LEAK 001 OTHER KIDNAPPING GAME FOILED BY INTENTIONS BECOMING KNOWN TO INTENDED VICTlfJ fjft> per cent more bct-f hither- to- This permission uas r.ot lied to Friday and rMmors of Ilir Am- otlirr pkmeiils in ririntcd in crjran ejrnicnt and oilirr the I.biulon market' Merc he Kjiglif-h pncss-.j were- renewed last neck, whtii 'aMpmcnU ut btcf io Kugland iccatnc heavitr tlian ..Cojnplaints b'cel also were voiced' even by Jficc saj in fthe increased shipments a sinister at- Newspaper Man Endorses Mr, Tracy tho mixture In a from; which H may be tiaed as needed, .To one quart ol drinking water add one ful of'the solution. Keep In a cool place and the tonic a.s mentlcaei above, twice per ireek., PILES CURED IN TO 14 DAYS Voiir will refund money J[ PAZO OINTMENT falls to any OINTMHNT laMB to CUr of Itching, Bllqd, Bltidft., "ll- jj gfiyf, case I'rotr-jdlnc Piles in 6 t ng, or 6Qc. "OUR PERSONAL ADVICE TO ALL SKIN SUFFERERS'' J. D. HIGINBOTHAM-t Wo have been In business lo town for some and wo are In? to bulfd up trade by aUaya ad- Tvsilig uur vaiiulia IIQII'L. So when tte tell you that we have found the effective, eczema remedy, yon can dtpond it that no o'jr advice, not In order to sell a few of mcdicino tn skin BufTcrerE, but because wo know how It rill help our business U we help our pntrohs. We keep in stock anil sell all the well kn6wn "skin" rcirteuies F.ut we say If jou aro suffering from any kind of shin trouble, ecrprna prorlasls, rUnnfuri, te'tsr, salt rnouru, rasb, we want jou to try a full size boltle of D. D. D. Prslcrlption. Asaln aoj afjnln we Inro seen how CO., DRUGGIST, i few drops of thEs simple wash, ap- plied to the Bkin, away the Itch And the cures all eeeoi to be permanent. D. D. o. Freiedptlon, raade.by toe To the- Editor of Trip Herald: My attention has been called (o an article published In a, weekly newspaper of this city concerning Joseph P. Tracy, secretary of tthe Board of Trade of Saglnaw. 1 nould like lo say that, judging by my cuii- verBation with Mayor Bardie, of your city, I think this article has been nils understood In Ix ihb'rldgc1, and that Us infect has been to do Hr. Tracy au unfortunate and severe injustice. Mr. Tracy cnjojs the confidence, re and goodwill of all classes o citizens In to a rare. degree.' lie has been bj far the moai Affective promoter of clly development 'Ibal', Saginaw has ever had During 'his FCTvlce here in the above capacity ho has convened the Board of Trade Irom a more or less inactive body In- to a powerful, live Institution for the upbuilding of the city, and as a. re- sult very largely of bis personal ef- forts, !t IB today one of Iho most In- fluential organizations of lit kind In the country. AllSuet 20-52 Lempt on tlie p.itt ci Chicago firms igept. 3-10. the smaller is made. J Ame'ritari paclhg inleresis dprific tho idea ol Ihe cvistcaee oi a state ol explain the increased fig- ures in the bed shipments by the fact that mady reIriftcrating plants' born built on Arjcn- iina and that with the approach of (lie, Argentina winter the breeders and Wednes day. Aug'JEt 29. nnd Tuesday, Sen- tember Sept. 3 Sept. i. and Saturday. Sept 5-B. and Wednesday Sept. ar'e' taking the cofllc ofi the grass .sending them lo market. Mr. Tracy la way, thoroughly big min In erery ve, of gieat naj, e, D. D. DI.jboratore.ot Toronto ]ttftMr and sccusiomed lo ing, cooling, ingredients. And If you hl13 bcen His construct- art juil craty with itch, yqa will i of great value to tho city. toothed and cooled, the 'Itch ibeo- lutcly washed away the moment you apply thle D. D. D. M'e have made fricnda'of more than one family fey recommending this remedy to a sfcin sufferer -here and there and TVC want you th try i; now. We want lo tell you about D. D. Soap tifao. J. D. HI BIN BOTH AM 4 CO., LTD., DRUOOI8TS. Ills removal Is to be considered a genuine loss to As n citizen his life here hcen abovo reproach. The clly of Leth bridge Is lo bo congratulated upon his scniiMtlon as industrial commission cr. Very Uul> jours, JOHN K. KLINE. Editor, Saitlnan Dally News. YE Then say "The Florentine" Toe Cream Parlor is the Pride of JTiethbridgc .City. I lie now management'is giving the public, excellent service- Quality Counts find we hnvc us for FKUITS, CANDIES, SODAS, JCfc .CHKAM, CONFECTIONUR' ANDREWS CARLILE, Props. and Friday, -1 FCTI Sept 1C. StollT Sept. j'i and P.'lda jSept. 18-19. and Tueeda) Sept. 22-23. and Thurs Sept. 24-f5.- 31. Sejit. 20. Sept. 35. October Paddle October 3. Circuit N9.' 5 and Sept. 11-12. and Wedacsda Sept. 16-11. and Friday, 18-13. and Wednesday, Sept. and Friday, Sep- tcmber 28-26.: Sept. 30. to Friday, October 1-3. Octolier T. and Thursday, October S-D. Circuit No. j Your Boy's Main Business" Is To EAT It's his business to cat so his little arms and legs will catch up with his big stomach. That's why his food is so important. For his break- fast cereal give him a big, hcapin' bowl of "FORCE." If sail food and best there is to build muscle, bone and nerve. Your boy will like "FORCE.'' Try it (or'a wecV. By THE H-0 COMPANY 61 Frida; l-oniion, May iLe many cl.eines o! militancy -disclosed yes- jday a plot to Mdnau a cab- itt minister, which was not carried jt because the details fell into the ands ot persons Rio revealed them. Tht which originated uitu r.e ot tt.e boldest spirits among the ulitants was to lure the minister to cotntry bouse, Wni .in an old clothes, handcuB him. hold mock trial in a bain with a femi- inc judfie and prin- ipally ol iuflratettcs who "have ercd imprisonment and sentence him Jos P. 1'racy, recently It'ii5niii5ior.er of comniercs and nianuiatturing, will recent a royal velcome on his in Lethbridgf, or on Saturday next he will be'present at a smoVcr to be the K. I1, hall by tbe Lethbiidte Council, U. C. T., on either Tuesday or Wednesday cieninj o! next wect fce will be the honor guest at a "get together" banquet to be jiven by the h'jsiuess men of Leth- bridgo. At a meeting of tho busicess men last night in the Board of Trado building it was unanimously decided to hold inch a banquet, to which all business mfn of the city will le, in- lited. The matter was fust-discus- sed at a Hoard ol Tiade meeting last whea the opinion was express- ed ilat the time was ripe for a rous- ing meeting of the business men serve the purpose ol cementing the various ol tE.e community in a closer bond for the good oi the city. The men have shown a tendency ol late to drill apart. It Sir. Tracy's work is fo result in tbe good expected of it, it was felt that lie needed the lull measure, ol support from every man interested in the advancement of the city in every direction, ar.d no bet- ter way could bc thought ot to se- o three scars' peaal servitude. What this co-operation than by means vas lo be the late ol the unlorlmi- Ot a banquet such as have in times tc man after Ihe sentence was sclosed. It is statfii that an attempt was lade to Kidnap Chancellor ol the ixthequet Lloyd Geurgc a month .go on tlie Roll links. T. P. O'Connor relates a graphic fory of how suffragettes intended to .idnap the chancellor's little jirl, ilr. O'C'or.nor says "Mr. Ueorge at ontc rushed j a telegraph oflict and sent a o liis wile, Uricciels, Vales, with-their daughter.'lie told look carefully after, the "little is the name'by which this lovab'.t and delightful chill is .nown to her parents." For, a long time Virst Lord ol the Au'iniralty Churchill's taby hss Icin carefully protected by the police ique past marked the. activities ol the merchants of the city. Messrs. Havvden, chairman of the :elail section ol tlie Board of Trade, kelson, Hayr, Sehl and Kcsl appointed a banquet com- mittee to make the necessary ar- rangements. Several cabinet minis: tcrs and C. P. H. officials will be :.vited to be present, and the dale thr banquet will be arranged to vji. their conveniences- Mr. Tracy is expected lo arrive the Flyer tomorrow morning. against a plot fo kidnap It. TRADES AND LABOR DELEGATES CAN SEE HIM AT CAR BARNS OR NOWHERE Medicise to Friday, Sept. D-12. and Wedncs- das', Sept." 18-17.' apd Friday. Sept. IS-15. Scpl. 23. Three Septem ber 2i. and Friday Sept. and Thure day. October i-S, October and Werlnea day, October 7-8. PrlddtB 'And October 9. Circuit Ni, 1 Sefilemler 18. Sept. 10. 23. Sept. 24. Stpt. 2S. Tort Arthur, .May The Ttadea and Labor Council asted tfee joint board lot a conference- to discuss tin stiect railway situation. The joint hosrd agreed ar.d set three o'clock this aflcrnooa as tr.c time, ar.d tbe flice at the cjr barn's as. the. place. ho Trades and Labor Council scd to meet at the car barns' "and sued a statement .saying that the ason was that the barns wcte fill- d with Thiel detectives armed and eady to shoot, and that It nas hercfore dangerous. Thtr suggcsttd city hall. Chairman 'Matthews, the Joint board, says that the oard will be at the car barns "at hrcfc o'clock, and thai lah'or men an meet them there or nowhere, More oars arc regularly being put n the run', ar.d the management says Magratli. 'May Marlin M.P.P., evtni Friday last 1n tonn looking over tho needs of the trict for the 'coming season. Sir. Woolf Is fecllDg tine after tlie stren- uous campaign, anil though Magrath gave him the Ingest adverse volt, ret he Is going lo sec thai the Gar- den City nnd dislrlci getf, Is coming to 1L Sir. Alnsworth, InFpecior of was In town the same day ana as a result a great deal of road work' it mapped out. Geo. Coleman la at prcfij- LOVELY WEATHER IN LONDON London, May revc yesterday in the fnost gorgeous day o tho year. -The iiinBhjno cAme earl and stayed lale, arid the memory o .1 gloomy Whit Monday vanished In blaze of summiT- The terape.ralur rose to 72, the hlgbeij since last July TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES Unippreclattd pom'tjtlt Service way to a man's 'hoa Id through' kriiwi ray brute ra coolilng glvos him York Sun, ent busy with s 50115 of town. bi5 l have 3 full ten-minute servtcs Herbert G. Dcrlsg, councillor of the British embassy at Home, has been ppointtr! j Jclegalo to ieprc5C-nl Cfln- :da al (he Qeneral Afsemblj of the ntcrnational Inslllute ot Asrlculturf. improving some of the bad places. A. J. Mercer had been re-appointed a weed Inspector for Magrath dlfi- trut. Mr. Mercer that hts in- structlons are dcQntte to enforce toe weed la1? fo the letter, and he In'- fends d.alng so. Farmers wfth ivee'ds 'ould do well fo clean up, cjpecUHy vfccn notice is served as prosecutions will follow disregard of thfs Import- ant question: The decision, oi Julxe Walsh in the Cluesholm weed cue intenstfies tftft importance of every farmer getting after tha weeds. Magralh was very well represented at the Latter Dajr Saint conference held In Raymond on Sunday last- All report a very good conference atti well worth the 'trip. C. Jeneen Jr. and B. L. Jensen have returned from the They re- port that Charles Jensen, who was so 111, is very much Improved. v The steamers Turret Crown and Wm. II. Mack collided In a fos near Whiteftsh Point, both being No Corns Next Week Would you like to think that your t.otns would be ended next week Theycau be ended in A simple wAy. A million cofnt monthly Apply a litlte Blue- jay plaster. Thnt ends the pain, and from that lime on you the plaster off, Then lift out the corn. There vrill be no pain or soreness. The B (v R vat gently loosens the corn so it cornea out root and all. And that corn won't cone back. Another corn rooy cope if you still pinch your feet, hut the corn thftl cornea out is ended. Millions believe thi< because (hey tme dor-u it. Millions of D'hcrs slili puttcf with corns. _________ ____ simplyforgeltliecorn, for your own safce, rnoVo Ia 48 hours" fake a test this scientist's Invcatloa. A the 1C It HAD vux. IM B iiopi ll-c pata awliitps j C ttrtpi D l-bbcr fo {fliUa Ihe Kastrr o IBlue-jay Corn Plastera SoH'ty Sample Pitt. Also Beaton PIliKM. A Now York, of Surf ;