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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE LETHBRIPGR DAILY HERALD Tage 7 MARKETS LOCAL PRICE5 ind Trlcea paid farmers: Ko I Northern No. 2 Ngilhern 3 Northern No. 4 Northern El Xo. 5 Xorlhern 53 No. 1 !icd '3 No. 3 Red 10 No. 3 Hed So. 1 TlmoiUy. per ton IK No. 1. Blue Joint, per ton Alialti, No. 2. ptr ton 5 9.00 liran Shorts i Xo 1 Live Stock- Hogs, liio -05 dressed H Jluttou, 08 Muiton, dressed 13 KlfetS, lire ;irnr...r..- Steers, drtsscd r Cows, llvo dressed U Produce prices' to Hulter, dairy 31 llutter-, creamery 30 California loinntoes, per crate 7.5C Cucumbers. per doien 3.00 (iicen onions, per doien hutches n his premises, knowing they bc- ongcd to tho city. lie Gagr.on, a factory girl of Thtee Rivers, flue., drowned herself. trace ol Mm. A coroner's inquest be held to- morrow over the remains of the dead man and it is creeled that the jury a verdict which will re- sult in the police laying a charge o! murder against Mudcry. Send at Once for Free Trial Only 20 Rain in other words, a Spring Dress rain-pro of, made of English PnmncUa, in heavy and light weights. They are up-to-date and values up to 812.60. SpecialTOMOKKOW ONE-PIECE DRESSES This is a special sale price on ;i lot of nobby up-to-rtnlc styles in Ladies'- in panamas, ami oilier fashionable malerials. Styles are varied, but all trimmings are elegant, are all Sale Price A FLANNELETTE BARGAIN AT lOc I Rural Dean Wrlgnt, rcclor of St Judc'g church, who was injured some tirao ago on a C.P.R. train at Fort _ William, has entered suit for 125.000 j day ar.d Snow what aore, tender damasca against the railway. mean. They Policemen all oier thet world use TIZ. rolicemen aland on inelr feel al' Difference of Opinion "Arfin'l you alrald your w catch cold? She goes out on a cocl day with nothing around her neck.1' "ivtii! Yna call R pearl necklace worth five ihoueanJ dollars nothing" It Was "3n jou've bought n now pMnllng for your hill? Is It bj some arllit Tilth a well Vrown liin name Is Transcrlpl. This is n real nol more than- 12 yards lo a. customer, borne a full yard wide, nice soft finish. All kinds of slripcs, plain blue, pink or 7 )f> Values 12 l-2c and lac. TOMORROW LADIES NIGHT ROBES FOR 65c I .This is li splendid with a line Knglish, in pretly styles, one lo-.v neck, and shcirt sleeves and trimmed with a heavy Jack lace, the oilier hiah neck and 3-1 sleeves, willi a cluster of lucks at front, TOMORROW E. J. HILL CO. The Big Store of Satisfaction Governor Johnson Defends Law (Continued from front pagcV lions of the and secondly, jection or protest. That the protest upon assertion thai our act is oi- is now made in respect fcnme and discriminatory. The pro-i but emphasizes the am trass ot the. test to our measure, cS your tsle-[ problem cor.fronting California, aid eram states come from the repit-, demonstrates that California is dn- fcnlatucs of Japan. Iferently viewed than other slates ot reviewing the conditions of the union and that i( discrimination law tenure under the bill the it is discrimination against because TK' fee right up. H kcopa feet in perfect comllUon. Head whal this policeman has to say: "I was surprised and dc- llghled with TIZ for tender feet. I hardly know how to Ihank you enough for it. It Is superior to powders 01 I Plasters. 1 can Keep my feet In adopted, more than perfect condition- BclEcvo fn my 1 conical for TIX. I atw HAiYr'-SliOT One of the candidates for the Klng'i Plate, owned by Adam Beck, London, to Photographer and expected to run a good nee. Scctlont ol the eiowd on Opening Day for the International leagut, Torumu. Mow she has diipenped with her furs the wears a most bewitching alendtrncu 1 Dodge Co., Chicago, 111. i-MrsT wry "grave "Thus we -'.hwe made csisting I "And so, with all respect and Mtlo understood in the east, has treaties a part ol om law and thus courtesy the state of California confronied-Calitoiiila, a problem, the we have preserved cicry right that itnlts tie inlets B went onol California was been excised to preserve honor and that which presenIs no discnm na- prwrfnt atfl a 60od the very words of Inc. tion and that which can give no just followine declaration contract made by the protesting na- cause for onensc. ot iorcilnc-s ir.clieiblc linn wilh our own, and to do more "You-have suggested to me delay. izons ol tho United by authoilzing leases ol agricultural Out people as represented In tho Icg- to lands It would seem tint we ought islaluro have overwhelmingly es- You never anything like TIZ beforo for >our feet. H is different from anylhlng ever before sold. TIZ Is not a powder. Powders and other foot remedies clog up the pores TIZ draws out ail poisonous extida- tlona which bring on soreness of the feet, and la Hie only remedy that does. TIZ cleans out every po.-e and g1oilCe5 the feet, 'You'll njver limp again or draw up your fac6 In pain and you'H for- get corns, bunions and calluses. You'll feel Uko a now per- son. If you allow your bead to be sway- ea In favor ol faking a substitute for TIZ, you'll to answer to your feet. For there la nothing else will eusurc your feet being well. TIZ la for s.ile at oil rfmg stores, depart- ment and general stores nl 25 ctnta a box. Money hack it TIZ doesn't ,do all say. For a free trial pa j ngc today to Waller Luther legislature shall discouraje their migration by all nicans power Of late >eais our proble.ii lin- violation of tiealy richts or a drslic alien land bill. The vote in tie sen- williin Its lo entrench upon thai whicli belOnis ate was 35 to 3 and fn tie lalor.c to the naf.onal govemmtnt or T2 to 3. inih such unanimity ol from which might hccoine a matter ol in- VI laiv jtBie t another angle has tccome acute and ternaflonal hostility. tho agitation has been conlir.uous in] "By the we last decade in telewnce lo our loRcnse; we raako no discrimination. offer no opinion, even did I hold other views, I would feel It my, plain duty to sign the bill unless some absolutely controlling necessity demanded con-. The oflense and discrimination iscon-itraiy actioa. tained, it is claimed.' in the use of fitli highgt thtt 1 compel! me agricultural lands until finally affirrr.' Iccomo Imperative.. This attjrnphd thiTwoids ''eMgiot'e to ciViienship' and yourself and the pi iolutlon Is found In the actioa o! In raaVlnE a distinction between 'Ml auty_to my our in Ihe passage of the alien bill- In tie phraseology of this hill we lellevo we are wlliin our our moral righls and that we arc doing only what is im- peratively demanded for thf- proteo- ng those who are eligible1 to citizenship and those who are not. We do not mention the Japanese or any par- ticular race. Tht constitution c! California ir Us dlatlr.c- lion and triere never, has been a pro- lion and preservation ol ovir stati. or objection. In Ibn fnaclment Vcpt ever I "At least three stales in the union in Hie past enacted'bus simi- jlar Ifj the conteinplafed law of Cflli- and the enactments of these basc-J, first, uoon the UeaCv ohllsa-iolher stales have been without eh- In mind our national good lailh iv.dencfd by existing treaties. T'lie objections lo our bill fo the actioa "of the leglila-