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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta BAfURDAYj MAY 15, THE I, KTH BRIDGE DAILY PACK SEVEN The "After-Dinner" Confection of refinement and delicacy. Full of charm and flavor. The rich creme-de-menthe "which distinguishes ____TMUIHTTUL is unequalled, resembling nothing else so much as an after-dinner cordial in tablet form. fGet a 5c. package TO-DAY at your nearest candy counter. MADE in CANADA Ihe Cuthton Oiwr Coupons ffiud in mry Ckltlu CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO Interesting Cases Being Heard In Supreme Court Here Mr. Justice Simmons will preside at the Supreme Court sittinns here next week. The case oi HclUovita vs. Southard has licen settled out oi the courts. Tho Uanli ot Ottawa vs. Web- ster will not be heard on Wednesday. On Thursday the cases of -McTlgho vs. AlcTighe and Canning vs. H. C. Trust Co., which involve the' same principles, will he tried jointly. On Kilday the case ol Strandncss .Sinclair has been postponed and Pat- terson vs. Continental Oil Co. will lie considered in its place instead ol i on Saturday. The following additional cases have .been disposed b! in Supreme Court' this week Cardslon Investment Co. vs! Fair- 1 banks Fairbanks contracted to de- liver wheat to the Cardston Invest- ment Co. at a certain price. It was agreed in the contract that on lailnre to deliver the wheat the Investment' Cc.. could hold the contractor respon- sible lor the increase in price i( am'. Fairbanks did not live up to this agreement and the Cardstou Invest- ment Co. sued him ior breach ol con- i tract. The judgment was given in j lavor of the plaintiff. I Psrcival vs. Wilson I In the case of Percival vs. Wilson the judgment was in favor of the dc- lendant in dismissing the case with 1 costs. Percival and WMson had had financial dispute involving farm lands. Their differences were settled I ANYBODY can play it. EVERYBODY can play it. Its fame extends from Coast to Coast. The Player-Piano ia "the different Player- Piano." It ia built to last a lifetime. It satis- fies the most exacting musical critics. It will satisfy you. Have It Demonstrated SHOWRGGmS: 322 Eighth Ave. West Alberta Miss M. Clark, who was rnccnlly operated on at the Halt Hospital, is recovering. Mrs. ilului Kurniau, who was very low In tlin hospital last week, lias liail a turn Tor the better, and is on jUic ruail lo trcovmy. llrs. C. Alunroc of Mueston, Texas, arrived in the city this morn- ins to visit her ilaughtcr', Mrs. 1.. 0. I Kane. Jtev. J. am! .Mrs. Dnclos an- nounce, the engagement ol their eld- est daughter, lieniicc, to Dr. Leslie H. Jlclntyre. Kdinontou. The marri- age will lake place in .lime. Mr. J. Home, Miss Jessie anil Mr. Stanley Home left yesterday tor a ten davs; visit in Winnipeg. Mrs. X. Austin went to Medicine Hat Ihi.s afternoon to visil her sou j connection, Jlnckviile 0. li. Austin. Mr. ami MLS. Austin NO ALUM in BAKING POWDER Western Stock Growers Discuss Important Topics at their Annual Convention Mudieine Hat. Alts., May wlili haps the most" important question was the meeting of the Western Stock (j rowers hern was the, matter of brand legislation. In this state-cl that he was a member of a commis- nxpeci to .j J1' a ulio were asked to puss on the suni'mcr', Mr. Austin having been ad-lauHabiljty of brands In an -ulvUo--y vised to take the change anil Teat in the interests of lii.s hcjiltli. FRECKLES Now is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots There's no longer the slightest need capacity. He said that they bad found some" dissatisfaction over tho sory registration of brands. He spoke Air (VvrVrnainThe cerelmmv'was that while such legislation would be jierlormetlby. Rev.. K. Mahafiy at alld _that it was not the residence of the bride's parents in :the presence of -the immediate friends tiifi young LoujJle. Mr. and Mrs. illain Icft'on the night train for Medi- cine Hat, where they will for a time reside. own hiiio. This .shall said, "I hoy would mako him eat his own cow. added -Mr. Lane, "as there are few ccws about here with eight tjuarters to the eari-ass, ho could not soi'i two with one bide." Not In Favor of Bounty ill1. Mart-hall o'uposed a bounty ot any kind, on wolves. When wolves, coyotes or gophers menaced the farm-_ ers, they should out and kill them out demanding u bounty. It was decided to join the Western Livestock Union. Elsction of Officers The election of officers.followed and concluded the meeting. The officers legal find was. therefore, dropped. He as f0nows: cairte out in favor of the proposal, how- j.Ion Hon. Martin Bur- i Jlt'ir wuic .11; until uv ai- i i bltralors once, but certain matters of feeling ashamed of your freckles. x invitations art. being issued having been neglected the arbitrators as the prescription otiiine-doiible 1111 uuwii D In rCKIOVO Try Skin Absorption Instead of Cosmetics "Tho constant; use of rouge and powder invites a coarsened, roughened condition of tho ikln. eruptlonsronlarBed pores, Jieads ant! wriiiitles. If you've learned this from experience, suppoee you yuit csemetlct aniJ try- the fallowing: i Ask your druggist, for an ounce of ordi- nary morcollzed wax antf begin using tlifo rfliilght; Apply lllto cold cream, WMhlna it. oflf Ui morning. Keep tliis up for a or two. Tlie wax will literally tiorb (bo coarse, colorlosa or blemfslied top skiit, but; ito gradually as not to dU- you at all. .lust a-i gradually wdBrecl in a half pint, witch This remarkable astrinptent tonic properties, aad como qulcluy. Supreme Cou t to at I connection with the card party and again made an award (or the plain- guaranteed to remov e ;s given by till The defendant paid up satisfac- these homely spots. i Leaf Chapter, No. 7. O.E.S. The torilv hut the plaintiff claimed that Simply get an ounce of BHP- the second arbitration was not legal double strength-from any druggist wilioh. promises to be very suc- MCtU 25th J. iuy several matters of dispute had been omitted. The court held that OV.V...OV.. druggist; eEsfuj JE COI1fined solely to the m and apply a little of it night and morn- j chapter and their hu ing anil you should soon see that even j that there would he a first-class record and in condensed form. He went on to deal with the difficulties at the pre- sent time, and pointed out .that ir been omitted. The court held that ing ami you BUUUIU suuu aeo mm even j b d L since both parties had agreed to ac- the worst freckles have begun to dis-; terms of the arbitration the- appear, while the lighter ones have j had no grounds for action vanished entirely. It is seldom that I andTccordingltr the case was dis- more than au ounce is needed to com- pletely clear the skin and beautiful clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double missed. Gorham Blus The imperial Life Assurance Co. had a mortgage on Gorham's farm The Supreme Court (Civil) will open on Tuesday, May 25, at Mac- leod, with Mr. Justice" Hyndman S'The docket at present contains on- near Taber, and as no payments were ly a small list of cases, and the only forthcoming, look over h.s (arm last caw of interest is the re-trial of the year and harvested the crop thus re- fc action of L H Cochlin, ol Granurij imbursing themselves lor the land. mem. the Massey-Harris compan) After the harvest the., company gave j over the seizure of a quantity oi out the land again to Crorham. In gain strength othine as this ia sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to Sold by .7. D.- Higin- Go., wi- le unayLer uim men The members of Coaldale sending out notices from [he names in md their husbands, will also I the brand book much man a present. j registering moved to other see- On Monday evening at the home options. .This .WAS .a matter, which he Mr -ind Mrs' li bo gden, Taber, the stated should have been attended to niarr a.Vof their daughter, Harriet, 12 or 15 years ago. As to the gret wa to Mr WiUrid Grant was solemnized he said that the Attorney-Genera >s de-; Clty thi U. .III. vi ____ ___ ___ .....Hariarl tllp i Iriirm'TI r ier- Calgary T. Newman. Pincher Creek: H. Wallace, LetClividge; J. A. young Lethbrldge; Fergus Kennedy, Rert Deer; and David Cargill, Peigan. tl-e ceremony being performed by Bishop Hayues of the L. I) church. satisfied that the Legis- WELL-KNOWN EDMONTON MAN KILLED IN TRENCHES Edmonton, Alta., May re- very generally felt in the is morning, when it became known that Lionel West had met his pJlrlmelH n't UI.B." j LH.IL lalnre power the Act.' death in the trenches. I As to tiie fee'of he said tha last year life cost of -running the bran The Art Needle Work club will meet' office was something- like I harvesting the crop the company en- In this .Cpohlin awarded' gaged Nelson Blue, oi Taber, as ag- damages and costs by the jury, cnt. Gorham claimed that Blue had but the Massey-Harris Co. appealed no authority to come upon AUSTRIA'S IDEA OF ENGLAND i rnc .-in IVUIK 1.111 with Mrs. Boulton, 523 6th St. Mondav afternoon. AT WAR that d ____......u over S. I receipts, and the idea was to make it self-Bustaining. The proposal of the act was that re-registration Until about a year ago, Lionel West was one of tile best known figures in IMmonton social life. He came out to this country about three years ago, The following is an account of the act was that re-registrauon The last meeting oi the Art and I place every four years, matter Literature department oi the Mathc- he was considering, and befoie the sis club will be held at the home oi four years was up misnt miiKe a ._ Irving, Monday afternoon I change, and he was considering Chang- _j_ an d joined the staff of H. 51. E. Evans, at the Canadian Agency. As to the kick on his grain, .and accordingly present situation in England given in brought action against him a1, leading article' 'in pass. The discussion centered around one of the le New N.Y., May Pitcher A. Muttern, formerjy qt the Boston Na; uttern, formery q e j r important events since the out- during_.the year A Jurge attendance IUUSI, 1U11IU1 LUilJ. CIC111.3 OlUbU ---------a break of the war is the attitude as- is requested Ihe report of tk SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE FREE PRESS HEADACHE? Thousands of- persons who have never known a day's-sickneis-in-any other lorn; are subject to frequent itucks'pf Headache that almost them mad. Whatever tiie nature may be arfth immediate condition, that' produces the pain is a congeaion or fillini up.of the .blood ol the brain'vitk causing a pres- ture .on the 'brain tells ind-.nerve liiaments, in'treatiiiE all forms of-Headache the first thing to do is to relieve the cong'csiioh ot the blood vessels'of the. brain; Abbey's Effervescent Salt in laxative doses does this promptly. Sold everywhere at 2ic. and Me- i Fiiil blooded' people who are .object, to frequent attacks of Headache can be entirely-relieved by talcing laxative doses of the Salt every morning. Headaches- free Indigestion .and Biliousness, are .also entirely banuhed by continuing theaue of the Salt until the action of the liver and stomach'is restored. 6 Sold by Delay In Delivery OfTheU.S.Note Washington, May 15. A cablegram for Jrora Ambassador Gerard in Berlin, "Co. -ior K.C., tor defendant. agreeable the claims J G- Swinhey satisfactorily. Co. Mackenzie for. plaintiR ;MKTemmis Thomson ior defendant. vv, C Dre'wry Estate mer. McDonald, I for, plaintiff.; H.- H. ior de- fendant. _. N.' Mclniyre vs. Lewis Parr. Donald Martin Mackenzie plaintiff- W. M. Campbell, K. C., at seven o'clock .last, night and reach- tor delendant. ling the State Department early today Trust Guarantee Co. vs. L.' and stated that the ambaagador had net J Oliva. Fawcett for then received the American note.'State plaintiff- J. E. Billis'fori'delendant. department offlcia'.s expected further J H Cochiin ,vs. Massey-Harris advices aopn, Co. McDonald, Martin i'Maelrenzia sought to trace the note and hasten for 'plaintiff Favreett. Cameron for...... defendant. H. Yiarby vs. Davenport. Coal Co. H. Ostlund for plaintiff Macleod Gray for defendant.. cbmmencement of .peace negotiations ami against the government. A nat- loss of many lives, but lead lo no de- cision. It would be premature to nd- s- is requi-bteu. mi; icyun. u> to the association to get tlie member tafy oi the National Council at Ot-1 of the commission. ,e taiva will be read. A. E. Cross had a.c J. 'D. 'Higinbotham Limited i: t t not fo CITIZENS OF VICTORIA URGE BOROEN TO INTERN ALIENS Viotorja, B. C., May ite delivery. Having knowledge-, from Ambaiiador Page at Rome that the. the forces of the ily at their disposal. representatives in iiiEiioriy GJdgd ".vith the y deposed their chnir- iigainst the war, and neiit Inaugurated by bv means of which I tions to make Lethbridge friends will be interest-; brands. These proposals, were im- ed in leaminc of the marriage of Miss i, ornnt ind be incorporated in Lvsle Marv Scott, daughter of .Jut. the Brand Vet at the ne t session of lice and Mrs. Edmonton the stated Mi to McDonald 'Brown, of to do with tlie use ot the Smoky River. The ceremony was per j double bland md also the iliotnig of formed at All Saints Pro-Cathedral. I thi. old hrinJs Ertmonion, by -His New Phone Line From Bow Island To Foremost THE TELEPOST now Island, May Alberta however, nas uuueisvuc c. government is now having a survey change.' An ciii and trusted leader of from and from the LaDor movement in England, Kier Burdelt to Foremast with the viev, the Lanor movemen n ngan, nre o oremas w e vew Hardie, will have nothing more to having a telephone line installed Lordship Bishop I re-allottini! of'brands is to be four years from the time of expiration. Cattle Inspection Act The Cauie Inspection act is eij im port-lit in rnanv of its details and UD for exulanation by Hon Mr Marshall It Oqitrs up a great deal of trouble for the cattlemen v.ill thP better Rorkiut of the Brand Art save th.e-j farmers and cattlemen and dealers ot the nrm race immense sums ot In litigation and alEO Jil Jost animal- thiough and thefts Tor mspectioji the act piovides that Cittle shipned from one joint in The United States Post Office Ae- -with air Edward Grey's policy, while' [rom om. Of these points. rne uniteti mates rost UIIICP. ne- -with air auv.rara VTICJ pom..., Victoria, o. fliay partment is giving au experimental toe independent Labor Party wil'l de- of Victoria held a.ineeting Thursday service between Chicago and St. Louis cyal-e its disapproval of the policy at the Parliamentary when it was decided to eal! on Pre-; mier Borden to intern all' alien 'one-', niies in this city and district with- out delay. The proposal is that they which may soon the the-next meeting of the Parliamentary country, and mark the beginning: of a really progressive postpl.service such as we should have in Canada' before Latest Methods Used DYEING AND CLEANING We are experts in these lines Bend m some garments thtt need refreshing for a trial, then if out should prove satis factory we would ot coune ex pert you to 'be a reisular CM- tomer If yoii a tew Itft- off Qonns last, season- bring (hem -in and He will them look like In that way you will have a more ex tensive wardrobe All lo measure ;on our own Alterations and Repair Wjrk a specialty Our City .Cleaning Work. Wind Avt. 444 out delay, rne proposal is wi as we snoum nave in uanaua oetore should be sent to'. Vernon, where thejjong. new "telepcsf'-undertaU'eB [men will bs employed this summer on I to forward the contents of a postcard .-the construction of a av from I or letter by wire, instead of by train, OVamgan Lake to Arrow Lake it the sender is Hilling to pay add! The meeting also nominated an tionar Thus a business man committee of 1C citizens to in Chicago can write a teiword mes deal vuth important matters on the sage On a postcard and put it m the alien questions, as thej may arise It nearest letter-box. The mail carrier waS also agreed that in consequence the card to the postal station, ol_thc rumora affecting the, Ipi alts oi _but instead of the card itself being some naturali7cd citizens, it is tie- transmittel to St. Louis, the message suable that the proper autnorilies should hold an, mvMJltgation m order that, publn. exoitenwat ma> ed and confidence restored Is lashed by wire. St. Louis has the messaga tlelivPrfU to him in postcard form by.the man before noon uul his 'nswi r lelecard' will be delivered in Chicago lne-IlK.1t lllGunnj; repfesentalives of the Labor.Party. B.isiiop Colton ot thr- of is dead diocese ENOUISH ACTRESS TELLS HAIR CURLING SECRET i' f condemn tl e and H Pred Henchel, Avho has been resid- ing at Windy Tlidge for the past five years, has bought land at Kamloops, B. C., and shipped to that point yes [tcrday V'illred Henderson left recently for :Great Falls Mont-ina where he has I secured a good position. Gco. McMann, until recently night operator ,here, has returned from a visit to Ontario, and will relieve the I day agent here who goes on his holi- on me DIUJJCII. tele place before the sale This was (bought a little long Hon Mr Mil shall said that thej tvoi. d tr> it nnd see hov, it worli. There the matter-of. .1 neighbor placing his cattle with that Hidgedalf James tt Reid 1 a farmer who i holding auc ion S Beattie were awis for a .lie Mr Maishil said Rita couple 01 on a motor trm fish there was some of tlilb donts lUe reii niK wore visitors it tin Bow uouble came from the auction sale ,-t t. I _n i.. on ot ihln Hr S O CIOCK 111 Wednesday's Herald a dis- patch from Winnipeg appeared containing a comment on the change of government in that from the Winnipeg Telegram. In this comment the Telegram was credited with a severe criticism of the Roblin government. It was rather R surprising utterance to come from the Telegram, and now :it appears that the comment was from the Free Press. However, the error was not the Herald. The telegraph copy as received gave the Telegram credit for the statement, and the Herald published the dlsiiatch in the hest of faith. tnat C UUe the province lo another point in the province vlll not hale to he Inspected but cattle being shipped out of the province must be inspected nnd ji cei tificntp gnnted bj the inspector lie tore a shipment ca-i pioceed saiefc will be inspected and the cat _, tic sold at an auction sole must us on the uropeib where the sale is to' 1 1 friln LIllD MRS. WILLIAMS' LONG SICKNESS Yields To Lydia E. Pink- Vegetable Compound. suffered for four- teen years from organic female wealness, pain and irregulari- ties. "The pains, in, my sides were in- creased by walking or standing on my feet and I had such. 1 cannot too stronglj of the hot curling iron the celebiated English actress im-j n n... ,viu..-.w and beautv It means death to Ranch the property of Hovvcll held In made heull w y and to v extent and m anj BOTHA M.AKM APPEAL London, Mav IB The I anti-German in Africa _ne brouiiit serious condi 'tlon of aliaits la many of the nit _ nortant cities of. ilie Union of South Africa shops, storetouMS and hotels owned by Germanji have been burned or sacked Premier Botha has appealed for order, (mi the police and soldiers find it iiBcMt to con form desire! simple thing hEh It been foitunate enough to secure the specters to look aftei all Buch sales cr hall team to pla, a samo at I and tcfoie a sale can b e ma de t hero liow Ishnd m connect on with the u. eecar w e v exten during the business houi sot the same I bl using such a simple thing liow Ishnd m connec on wi e ,c rani ertlfic-ite This lay The telecaid requires 10 This perfectly har-nless sports are holding on that das inspector must g but-thB rate is to bo a "hould be applied to the Inir Jas B Oiborno the SoMalii, would do ith be generall} adopt ha ciean tooth brush al night In I speaker lecttlied in the I 0 O hall of stnus bringing l" f k her flnd that ven I FritH inbt sales and disposing trol the crowds age is heavj The trtpetty da W M fJerman, M Pj, was renonun- jtrd by We land, Ont, Liberals Cecil Murphy, sixtMn years old, m a pood at Simcot CHICK GANDIL SUSPENDED Chicago. 111., May Base- mail "Chick" Gandi! ot ths --Washington Americans, today vecclved word from President Johnson of :the American league that .lie had been nuspurtu'ed for three days as the result ot his alterca lion with Umpire Chili yesterday dll disputed one of Chill's decisions. stiehv or gream, iss irc ear> e streak the hair this accepted it Calgaij more than a druggist the hair or nridsc this week naung accepjeu a You neea lot get t pobltion thi. Hudson s Baj few ounces from v our Co 'the be appointed to handle ork is >ere required We ale i a lew ounces iroiu me Hie best was is to JiUdel Sack Canning formcrh of this i the vrtik ol tne awful bearing down.; feelings, was de- pressed in spirits and became thin and, pale with dnll.heavy eyes. Ihadsiidoc- tors from whom T received only tempo- rary relief. I decided to give Lydia U. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have now used the remedies for four months and cannot express my thanks for what they hare done foi me. "If these lines will he of any benefit, you have my permission to publish, them SADIE WILUAHS, 4o5 Street, Elfchart, Indiana. Ljdia E Pmkham's Vegetable Com- pound.madefromnatnerootaandberto, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds tha record of being lha alsl me nest >aj is w oam IV...LI.H. u. ihp frcnl and back hatr mlo from has hren norkmfi at Jnur to six stranns and to moisten i iston H D for the past In months itrsi.d Ihoroughly from root lo returned to Bow Island Brililv at each tip noon RED ROSE that it" can be ensilj handled stated Mi' Marshall ind we are going to see that they "do the wdrh.' Thp act also provides that when a man brings in a carcass ot beef to sell It must be inspected and he must pro dur-e tin1 hide for the sale This, hide will be stamped so that it cannot be used to sell another carCaas I his hroents a man staling cattle kilt mg o'He of his -ininnls tud then sellin- the (.arcass of the stolen mi itors so most suceesbful remedy for l----------- stated ivno- of, and thojsiuidu of voluntary vno-, testimonials on file m ElnKhsni laboratoi-y at Lynn, to prove this fact If yon Hie sliishtMt donM' Hint Lyrtlft C. Pinklmm'n ble Compound will help to diaE.Pinkliam MwUclo rice. read imd by and Iwld In coii ;