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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETFTBKTnflE rtAITJY HERALD Twelve Thousand Miles From Ceylon MR: f IRRIGATED LANDS yet ivery package of "SAtADA" TEA sold in Canada the flavor, itreiigth, arid fragrance of the tea at it leaves the plantation in Ceylon. because is sealed in lead and moisture- preserving its delectable deliciousness GREEN MIXED ra ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR The proper milling of this flour makes it digestible so that your body gets the lull value of its nutritious. qualities. It is an ideal biam, brawn and muscle builder aud is responsible for the athletic power of most of your local athletes -E Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBHIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH Jlon. Clifford Kiftori arrived in the city early yoaimlu.v .afternoon, 'uftoi having an extensive, automo- bile trip tlirouKh holdings of th Southern Alberta h.iud Co., In, con puny with J. iv MeCIrugoivaf Sled ojiie Hal. the -Diaiinglng director .0 tlio company in Alberta. Tlio'-Mon. Mr. Sifton, with Mi CJreyor nnd A. Huchaicui. M.I tills morning inolorod to the. exjier farm, and then .about the dls trict tributary to Letljbridye, inspect Ins the irrigated farms of the dis trict. While declining to give out any tbinjc in the of :ui interview regarding his business in Southern Albi'rtii ;it. this time. Mr. Slflon loud in his praise of liiv; development of Southern Alliortu and the eitv of I.ethbridKO since his last ytelt hero somo years lip ttiinks .the coun- try -has .made .1 wonderful growth in evyry line of endeavor, and the de- velopment of I lie city is but a refiee tion of the growth of the whole dis- trict. The hon. gentleimm was also much impressed with the immense irriga- tion seh urnes. whk'h are now beins in various narts of the South, and believes that the Irriga- tion problem will play very Import- ant part iu the future development or the'South Mr, SIftoii left this afternoon for Ottawa Wednesday, May 13, COM- PIETEIKOHD "Friilt-atives" Performs Another Miracle K. Jui.y 25111. 1911 'I llnd ii stroke of 1'anilvsis jti March 1910, awl tliis K-ft me unable to walk or help myself, and the Constipation of the ilowels was terrible, Nothing did me any good aud I was wretched HI every way. I then took "Fniil-n-tives" for iiie Constipation and it not only cured me of this, terrible trouble, but gradually this fruit medicine toned np the nerve's iliul actually cured the 1'aralysis. liy the use of I grew itrongcr'aud 'stronger until all the Paralysis and weakness left me. I RUI now well and attend my Jtoie mr) da, I saj "Thank God lor l-nut-a-tux's" AI.VA PHILLIPS 1 rnit-a-tnes" not ouli cnred tile lernble Constipation, but so toned np the nervous system and the general .ic.ilth .is to overcome the I Truly "Truit-a tries" is a wonderful I meJicme. 500 a box, 6 for 50 trial sire, 251.. At dealers or on rtceirt of price by I-nnta-tiie- Limited Ottivn DUTCH BANKERS VISIT THIS CITY MILK RIVER HAD ROUSING RALLY SCREAMS HEARD BY THE POLICE Macleod, Alta., liny 15. A this morning's session of the Wl Willinisky trial, the first witness cal ed was Constable Buultbie, df the I{ K. M'. II. P., who testified that h wns stationed-at .Frank in February 1912, and had.information of the mm der early on tho morning of Fobruan "'e heBrt- GOOD FOOD Mlk.i Childrtn H.jKhy. Five Roses Flour MAKES THE FIN EST READ, CAKES AND PASTRY. "UHbleaebnl. Yet While mm Milk River, AIU, May rons ing Liberal meeting was held here an-d saw the deid bodv of Lakatooz The corpse was'removed to the Min ers' hall. He then visited the shack of the deceased, wlleie he saw vVillm- iskj and Airs LaKatoox The latter in his presence'spoke angrily in her own language" to'accused, nnd twice attempted to strike him. .Willinisky in reply io iiuestions, made ar state ment. Witness -did not suspect him of murder atjthe time. V little time of the Court was here taken up with ail aigument brought Toiward bv J R Palmer as, to the right to r-xcludp the conflicting siaie- ment made b) pnsonei from the evi dcnce During' the' discussion, the jury retired at th'o request of counsel. "Mr Palmer argued that a statement made after suspicion was eqimalent to a.statem-ent after that the constable h.id no light to mterro ;ate accused Inasmuch as the con- in this polling district being Tbe speakers .were Martin Woolf, t Liberal candidate, and J. W. Woe ex-M. P. P.. wlio explained the Libi al policy, and tbe work that had be dona by the Sifton government, to t entire satisfaction of the audienc A great many ladies .were presei and the -Milk River Glee club sang campaign song in a most' pleasii manner. At tbe close of the meeting thn cheers were given for the Candida and tho Liberal party. PROCLAIMED KING WON HONORS AT BIG FESTIVAL 8AM SADOWSKI AND MRS. H. H. JOHNSON BRiNG HONORS 1 TO LETHBRIDGE Letbbridge has come to the front this week at the Edmonton Musical Festival, which is open to Saskatche Alberta and British Columbia.' Word has just been received in the fcity that Sain Sadowski, a talented pupil of E F Lay ton, the pop- iilar'choirmaster at Knoi Church, and 3Irs H H Johnston, of this city, have both succeeded m winning the gold, medal in their respective classes Jolmston is a soprano with of much distinction and a though attach-ed to no chon here, said to be a very capable smgei 31. Sadowski is a well known member o the Cltj Band, and Js popula with everyone hero The success o Doth competitors ought to act as stimulus in .influencing L-ethbridge ta. ent to take lurt in next Beat's Musi cal Festival, >hlch, it 15 just possi blP mav be bold in this cltj ton'and L.etbbiidge are about due to co operate loi the gieater advance ment of the musical welfare of the province. Fred R Lmghara, ot left estate of Why Should You Pay More (of PnriU Hour than for other kinds rxTause' Puritx js mi I led tli a fixed anil not flicrc is tea and fh A k (if ill ili its Copenhagen, Maj Christian 3 w.aa of Dennmi from a balcony of the Palace atrthre o'clock thit, afternoon, in the pres ence of a iaige coucouiso of people who had gathered in the Square in front of: the Royal residence. The reading of the pioclamation was hailed with loud cireeds from th enormous croivd. Throughout thv daj the church bells of the countr> have been tolling At the Palace raanj telegrams of condolence fron chiefs of state have armed, mcludisg one from President Taft. The German Emperor is expected to attend the funeial ceremouj How He Died, llambuig. May King was legalded DV his plivsicmiis as com- pletelj i r stored to health by his trip to the South V-estenlny, he felt pir- ticulaih well, and expressed gieat joj at Ins expected return to Copen lugen today He lemaiked that he felt and completelv lestored to health It was .amounted this morning that airangemtnts 'or taking the bod) to Denmark would be completed during the day [lib Majostv's' relatives and roval- tles throughout Eurone were notified of hu death before break Flags oil all inibllc buildings, here, the King bad been lepeatedlj a wel- come piest, were half-masted today King Tredeiick had been undergo as n course of treatment foi arteno celorosis. with winch he had been MUCH IMPRESSED WITH PROS PECTS AND WILL INVEST MONEY HERE Ur I'.iul Pnlii'i, is, a nun be lie-in in Uithliiulgo, liioughl to Hi utj loday two piomincnt Dutc baiiktti, who lime him' th liuiu.iu.il cities 01 llio ivcit i to placing sonic iHikh capita In real estate anil farm lands. Tlicsu gcnlleineu were V. M. Wuchlcr inanagrr Kottfrdam-Canada Morl- and ,1. lU'aeluriiis, of Ainstct1- dam. Thpy were shown about tho citv inoiiiiug hi Maj01 llakh and I'residcnt' of the Board ot 'It.idc M noon Cun- 1111411.1111 cliloit.uiitd the part, at luncheon at tire Alexandra, there lie ing also present to meet tlii-in t F 1'. t'onybcare, A. Uuchan- an, M.I'., A. H. 'McKcown, J. .Wo dell, K Sid, C! It Tinn.ag and fi W. The Visitors were tolt about the outstanding features l.ctbbridgo as an industrial, agricu tural and distributing- centre. The were, evidently much impressed, as i brief remarks they liind'e thev dcclar rd tliemselvcs mticli pleased v th city arid its future prospects, an thci indicated that it wab their in tcnlion to in, consi leillblD capi tal in tins ciU and disttict Thej left tins afternoon for Calgary MR, WHITTAKER IS OPTIMISTIC DELIGHTED WITH EVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY IN LEJHBRIDGE AND THE SOUTH "Lethbridge shows a very decided impio, emejit over last snnng, and I .look on Jt as one of the coming cities of the West." So sajs Mr Whlttaker, field man- ager of the B. C. Loan Co., who is in he citv- today in the interests of his compau, Mr Whittakei takes a trip liiough the Western provinces eien pring He is here todaj oil that mis THE WOMAN WHO REALLY CARES SPOILS HER whole appearance ,f the wtars that new ,im or drew with a pair of old fashioned shoes Only tho Latest shoes mil help to complete triumph Come this store today and let us bhow sou the latest In Queen Quality, Pumps, Oxfords or Button Shoes THE- FbOT TOGGERY essions made by prisoner, though conflicting, were not confessions of guilt, his Lordship decided the state ment could he submitted to the jury The jury being recalled, the cross- examination proceeded Witness aid he committed to writing the tatement made by deceased In the e examination, the statement made accused was read by witness, and to the details of his return rom Coleman with two Germans on unday He met two Bnglish mtnei the depot when he got off, hi rinkfng iiith them, sitting on thi tation bench, and the subsecmen sit to a ceitaiii house He there asl hot water to wash the wouni i Sis finger, which, he baid, nngh are been cut bj. a piece of wood 01 in a fall he. had in the dark bile going to the house He retuin to his shack about 130 m the orning The second statement made witness bv accused on Monday was t read in Court, but handed to the perusal 1FOUR WAYS OF DISOBEYING The CTbiict Cluttci'i, sermon at llir C'ali-doniaii Hall last eieniug nas ".Sin aud Disobedience lie said, "There .ire at, least (Ou in nc'can be ilibotedicn to Una I Hy posituch lefubing to il h.it I fc demauih 2. IUr addinir, to God't, 1 "v taking from Coil's rclclattor 01 (tod's contnandmcnts 11 More Bread and Better roubled for a considerable time HP iad albo suffered from an attack of nflaminntion of the lungs, but this iad When hu leff Ilambmgei IIoi.se ast night, after n heartv dinnei, the ung strolled towaids the Goose mar- el, on., of the principal squares in lo urm he business section of the and or God's commandments, aiound the cornel fiom the hotol Fell Dead on'Street A fen minutes latei some pedes nans noticed an elderh man tall t. he lip was druscd m or inary business hint, and appeared to be i well-to do tradesman I-issers bv tan to assist him, bu lie was dead. V policeman was called, who had tho bodv eonveje-d In an automobil 'o ILe Sa.jo.s' Iloaflial Phjsicians duly found that death had been In- stmtineous There was nothing on tilt bodv, which afforded a cluo to its Identity, and it was placed In the 'morgue of (lie hospital. It was only much latei in the evening that th" Hoyai suite became anxious of his ab- sence As tho Inquiries In regard to the King's .movements had up to then proved fruitless, they, togothor with the proprietor of the proceeded to the hospital to look in (he bodj On arrival at thp hospital thi-v wei'e acquainted with tho tragic fact that I the body wan Ikttt at the King When BilctBu you M careful ioM are .tout the Hour or Imkini; ull will nun our business men, es- pecialj jour wholesalers, which is bound to have a goou eifect on the cltv" But it is the fact that Lethbridge is in the midst oi a magnificent farming community which appeals most strong 1} to the representative ot the big loan company This fact, bs says, will lesult in Lethbridge being the centie of a farming district Tilth a xerj Iaige population The G I1 it, in its recently announced campaign, has hi ought Lothbiidge into the lime light, aud he expects to see great ag rlcuitnral development in the Lclh bridge dlstuct within the nou fen years. With a thieklj populated agilciillu: al community, nnd with cheap coal at iianil, Mi Whit taker is certain that Lethbndgo will come into her own in the matter or industrial doielopment 11 time, and will outstrip other cities nore In'the spotlight In that legard it the present time than LethbiWge "Tin- population will bring the in uS.rlss nuu umt lame great npid Lethbridge has on the future." Mr. whlttaker loft on a visit to oth- r cities in the south today, but it is Imost assured, that his trip-here'will Csiilt In a. resumption of thp busl ness of tho Ii Loan Co. In the Lclh bridge district and as a rtstllt there ,MI, be added confidence on the ,nrt cf outride investors In Southern Al- BE SURE AND SEE THE 'MADE-IN-CANADA' Exhibition on ist'hfof Fo nd Alh V "T "f Saskatchewan and Alberti. Twelve filled with ethib.H from Canldi.a factoncs and workshops. Illustrated lecture at every stop. to EVERY CAR r i c j brrta, ulnch will hale much to do with local development during the icit year f i QUEBEC ELECTIONS ARE ON TO-DAY Quebec, PQ, May ancient capital is the scene of consideiable excitement and the elections are bring- put the, yoters.In large numbers. Much mteiebt ii shonil, particulfllIv in-Ihc coimtu constituencies wbero cindidales of Nationalist tendencies aie i tinning In Montmagny wheie Laiergue is a candidate, enilj morinig saw the being blieep heided to tile polls by both' parties, In Quebec Oitj there was less, ui thusiasm, but the1 balloting MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Toasted Corn Flakes costs no more than ordinary ceieals, ,et there is a big difference in the quality and flaiora Order'ICellogg's now ed and. without particular'In- cident The great opinion here in- clines, to the belief thatj the Goiiiu goiernment will be sustained, but with slightly reduced majority, die oad policy having alienatod raaiy .otes In the poorei municipalities, be cause of the financial burden this vonld entail or the municipality bo orced to lag behind its more proapci nus neighbors Theie is a tendency n many of the i urai counties to drag he navj a-nd federal policies to tho so that the situation is very nxed and somewhat confusing to Id line politicians 7These Fit-Reform Suits are Fashioned in Strict Accord with London Styles. Trig coats with natural shoulders, and soft fronts, from collar to bottom of skirt. Waistcoats cut and with straight lines. You can get these new Suits !a uatterim that are ixclusivs. McKELVlE McGUIRE, ;