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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satimlny. May 17, 1013 THE LETI111RIDGE DAILY IIEKALD Page 5 TRULY liRACLES Hundreds of People tell of cases, considered hopeless, that were cured by the famous Fruit Medicine. Your Ailment is no worse, probably, than those of many Men and Women who are now Wellj Vigorous and Happy. Is there au "if" iu your wiud about "Fruit-a-tives''? Do you wonder how it is possible lor "Krmt-a-tives" to cure diseases so iMereut as Eczema and Kidney Coiistipatioti and Gal! and Bilioiisuess Trouble and Hay Fever? The nusvver is simple. "Fruil-a-tivcs" acts on die three great eliminating, or blood purifying, bowels, kidneys and skin. Jt is the weakness or poor action of the bowels, kidneys or of all causes the diseases mentioned above. Eczema, Pimples and other Skin Kraptions, mean poisonsd blood. Make the bowels, kidneys and skin active by takiug and they will purify the blood, so there will be nothing to poison the skin ;iud cause disease. Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism, Pain in the Back, Neuralgia, mean that tlic skin, kidneys and bowels are not ridding the system of waste matter, and too much nric acid is being formed in the blood. Take "Fruit-a-tives" to regulate bowels and skin, and the kidneys are relieved of their extra work, while no excess of nric acid is formed. Constipation, Biliousness, Gail Stones mean, not enough bile to move the bowels and prevent solid masses forming in the Gall Bladder. "Fruit-a-tives" is the only medicine that acts directly on the liver and stimulates the liver to secrete more regulating the bowels aud preventing stoues being formed in the gall bladder. Stomach Trouble, Chronic Indigestion and Hay Fever are all due to constipation and nervousness, which "Fruit- a-tives" cures. The above are only a few of the diseases promptly relieved by These tablets will cure any disease and every disease caused by any disturbance, weakness or defective action of Kidne3'S and Skill. 5oc a box, 6 for trial'size, At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. TBOliBLES aid Criminal Code Would be Amended lo Prevent Police Personation oday, for Do- on n.oiiut til the bill arnoLdim; iniun I'oHce ait, SauU-i red an amend men I piuv u yersnuutiug ;i n olive ciiln'er, as he said had It rn Icno liy one Marshall "lection. 31r. Louxhecil i.vrt thai the nutter dealt nttli ID lUe Terrible DJzzy Spells NervousneM, Story of How She Got Well Again, Hindeboio, IU- relieved me of al! my troubk-s. I have such bearing down trampa and such weak, mrvous. spelts that I would to po to bed. Some days I could hardly stay up long enough to a. meal. doctor's medicine iliOrre no good so I changed to Veg- etable Compound and got good results from the first bottle. I kept on taking itaodused the Sarulive Wtsh until I was well again. I liJr.L woman who suffers as I r.o Better CIUKH.S MATTISON, Box 58, 111. Testimony of Trained Nurse. roi3t. The government surprised Mii.b law Ibat turio on the bt.itute buoks ulreadi. tVatson objutej to tht io appoint special being laWn fioiti the and gheji tn j tingle minister, as Ifris propowd. He said they had a pxiienei.it1 special coustables sjie- constables in western elections, ch made them Men hail boo a ?a badges without appuiui- rii, to do political work, awl assured o( inc. protection til the Maimoi.a po- lite department. Senator U.nis said that in -Matr- toha Literal wciteis liad ar- rested 11 ithout taxis P. itu cue had hcen Hooded special COLI- lo jotimid.itc electors. 1 loti. M r. I .ougiiftd said there seemed tu he nu reason to feat Uiat the mtaisler ot justice would tolor- '1 am 3 i I duir.uch lift- ing I have a tl-trcof in s anJ icnis or Ihcrcol v.itU itj-.jiyiii ttu' for ih-1 U each di-btnlun- ihtt iiay of -lanuari and ttt Hi it daj of Jal> HI c-a uf lh" of l.vlhlmdge in the of C.maild or ai Us chic-f il-i. of .Neu York In ihe Slate Ncv; Yorls n lUe I'niicd Bialts of A Bylaw of tht City Lethbrldge to the sum of for Short- age under Bylaws Numbers 62, 97, 101, 122, H9, and 151, fcr H-jLse lor Part Superintendent, fcr Blacksmith Shop. for Furniture and Fix- lures. and to Issue Qeben turfs for the said sums ar.d provide fcr the Assessment and Collection of the necessary to retire such Debentures, it IB estimated that U be neccssat) lo cover the shou Numbers G2, 101 1-2, and 131 of the City oi Lelh Lydia E. f'mkbarc's hereinafter freforreu" to bs "'ia A" the sum of Fo-irteen three hundred and utnel) iix dollars and eighlj-scveu cents atc a The Wabhiuslon, May President "Wilson caiuc out strongly jcstorday as the Uiampion of free i l and free fLij-ar-iiMliice-iefirs, provided for in the tariff tail recently passed Ihc bouse. Ho Einnounced emphati- cally that he was not conslileri compromises of any sort; that he stood squarely behind the measure as it passed Hie house, and thai he re- garded U as' the duty of iho Dcmo- crMIc jnajoilty tn tlie senate IQ lul- fill Us platfoini pledge by enacting hruae hill into IBM. am not tfcf, sairt trm prc- tnl. "Uiat considers, compromises ien once I lake my position. 1 liave en my stand nUh the house frad- for the present btli, Knungti said. 11 not looking for GT accepting com promises." Tbu utterance made to a'half hundred newspaper corre- spondents who gathered as usual to at the White House far the semi- weekly conference. Practically at the same time ibe senate was encaged in protracted debate, at Ihe end of which an agreement reacted to vote on ihfi public hearings of the tariff bill. the president smilingly 1st it be Known that he expressing no opinion uhntsoevcr in proposal for hearings and that this was a for the senate to dispose of, his state- ment .of unqualified support of the house hill was taken generally to an thai Mr. Wilson considered arguments from special interests on the Uitffs to have been closed when the measure the IIOUEP. PEACE DELEGATES AT CHICAGO Chicago, !-May peace dele- gates touring the country in the Inter- cuts of cenlenaary celebration of peace among too English sfeak pcopks, participated in a mooting at the University of Chicago today. Plans for the 1915 celebration Jiscuss- ed Later Oiny Ualted the stock yards, and. were entertained at luncheon at llie press club. After a banquet to- the delegates (or De- troit. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE of CATTLE AcYjng under instructions from MH. 0. W. TiOWJ-tS, who is selling fit til ot Cnitio, Ihe uuilfirsigneri will sell by j'uMic Atftiitoii the Stock described ncreo.i al (he premises of Omier.' 1 1V2 Miles East of BlatWe, >nd 13 miles nortn-eait of High TUESDAY, MAY 27th, COMMENCINO AT II O'CLOCK LUNCHEON WILL BE SERVED TERMS CASH .JACK THOMPSON, AUCT. Dairy and Range Cattle, 144 Head 22 oT Milch fresh or close in. 41 llcitl of Grand flolpleln Heifers, 26 with calves at hnlrmcc IP cahe soon. These helteiH are a. grand hunch from thu Ijffll milking slraln that can be procured, and thej arc gentle. Head of Mixed Yearllngi. 3', Head of Range Cows, mostly nearly all ivlth i.thes at fool- High tiraile IlolsU-in Hulls, from I lo 2 years oM. rattle MH tie in lots lo finit imrchasora. Persona jjrft'ia of biiVin? cither Milch C'ows or REITIRC Stock will do veil lo'.Ulrnd this sale, Vegetable Com- pound and 1 cannot say enough in of I hSwayj rec- it for fe- __ _ __ msie troubips." Mrs. ELVA BAKBER EOWUIDS, Box The makers of Lydia E. Pinknan's Vegetable Compound ihousinJs of luch leltera as those id! tha cruth, else they could r.nt haie b ob- for or money. This medicine s no ithos stood the test foi (IM.33CS7) and for thu purpose o erecting a house for the 1'ark. tniendeni the sum of Two four hundred aud nineteen dollars an strtft agaitibt police pec- otialion Senator Watson said that in Manl- oba Hecltonb he knew of a ilislin- I king's counsel had band- d out to all soils of characters jio- icc badges to enable, Uirm to per- onate regular constables They nstructccl to aircst al! rs. When tliey hesitatert lo acLuilh- iut proper authority tlic cniiHcnt ;ing's counsel assured them Ihcv vo'JlJ be protected h) the attorney- general of Manitoba. Sir MarLrnzic decJarrd Uiat fisonation ol police a most enous and sho'Jld be punish- A by imprisonment. He thought th.H lie government could be trusted in his case. On the assurance of Hon. Mr. oughcet! that the point Uc ovcrcd by to the criin1 nal Senator Watson did not ness his amendment anil the bill, was given a third reading. Gn motion for reading ol .he highways frill Sir George Ross ;aid this apprarert to he a measure icaring a gooil name, hut- not goort character. H had been by l.Iic it-naie last .ear and be was surprised to see the government liTitiging'thft measure for- agnifit in Us original him. The minister, in offering the hill to the senate, hail really gucn no rea- sons in support of it except (o say Jiat the provinces had Iicen ncglcct- of their roads. He did not think this charge in good taste or'alto- ;clher true. The hill ior the advancement ot agricultural instruction in tlic prov- inces was given a third reading. Iluiing the sitting a temporary ad- iournifient inailc and His Iciicy, Sir Charlrs KiUpJtrick, art- mlnistratnr (or the governor-general, came "lo Hie senate cnambe-r, and in the presence oi the senate and com- mons, gcvc assent to number of bills. Boat Equipped by Churchill Goes to Argentina for Cargo of Chilled Meats propert> was Mil- Su dud Three Hundred aod Ninoiy- iiluu and tbe val- UP of ibe ntc.tWe [iroperiy of the said Cuj of Lethbrldgti vsas Tbtrieco Mil- lion lluiiJreu and 'L'liojEatid Hundred ami Ihlrty. AM) tht amount ol debt ot the i'ity oC Ix-th'jrirjgo of turreui und not. I adliis loca I improve n: en t n- PII Six llundrcAi and au-J 93) no prluclpal or st tl.eEfeoa or sinking fund being rears. u tbe resueclua ;ts required to bo raised I) by special rale durios the currency of tbe sjid deU-imires are i For pavh.g Interest. Tvso Thous- and Ore Hundred Kqr forming d. ElnKlog fund for the of iht- created hv Frtid Kiglit Hundred ar.d aud Dot- THfclREFOKU THE MAYOR AXU L'Ol'NTHj OK THE CITY OF UCTHimiUGK EXACT AS 1. It sliaH and may he lawful for the CoiiiitU oi the City of for interest on. and iho to raise the sum of forty-Two Thous- uiu of for forming d pinking I Dollars ty of a loan l tlie s-i tl.e yc delicnt'jrt-i sh ill oT ihc Cit> of r.L-d by tbe Major d iu atiuitlou to all oilier ihc-ie ehsll Le collected in r 'luiiuy of tiie dfbei.iurcs on all ibc rateable roi-otty in iho Cil> of Leiliur'.dgc by rato or rates saillclent theit- >r, v'j, for pajins the inurest a. aLd (he sum of ?l20i.SO, fur rorm- fund for tbe jiaymout crated In rfspect of A; the sum of for v ijr the ftiteri-st uii, aud the sum of 21 LI- or the for foroiins a fund l of the debt creaif-cl in ol I'roijosinon U; Hie sum of ii'itl for ihe luynient of the in rcsi-ect of I'roijosiiioh C; .E-.d the of IW.S4 for the on, acii tht: sum of or for mi up a tiaXiuy fund for the of crcatcil in rvs- iL-ci of Proposition IX That the shall at his ifl'.ue in llie of at en tlu) o'clock !ti the on he 7ih of A. Idl3 on t the by-law i-) persons lo attend at. of any burgess inter- tor or cppoUu h jjollinsi'lace in the final summing of the votes hereinafter pro- vldi-d for of the persons rta- serthely inlerested in promoiitig or Londonj May first merch- ant vessel to England armed iu accordance with the pioposals of Win- ston Churchill, first Lord of the Ad- miralty, has sailed America. She IE the Aragou, ol Ibe Hoyal Mail line, and she brinps Iiome fron) ilie ATgeutlne great quantities of chilled meat. Her sister ship, the Amazon, vihicb. is now completing, he sim- ilarly outfitted. The necessary stnic- tnral arrangements were made Iho ships building, and to tach the AdujirjHy h.ts supplied two 1.7 inch guns. The officers aud teamen of the steamers include n large number of natal rcsene men. wbo tasc of an emergency bo capable of manning the This armament IF of course not In tended for offensive purpopes, hut Admiralty believes that tor defensive purposes it is sufficient to cojnteract the risk oE attack from llshilj armed foreign merchant U is tbe in- tention that a large ftnmher of vteaiu- 'TRAIN on Ihc find 7 a.m. afrlihiR ai at returning ilir -an.c clay- Trains Jente Calgary at arrhing al Ulaekie nt 10 nm. rotnnun? camo day. Trains on the main hnft from the iirri'.ft al Illgri Klver at 1020: vehicles can bo obtafnul. SaiKatoon, >lay by- lans upon by the bur- gesses here today and nere by good majorities. A vote ivas polled. The dyl.v.v to raiw nn artdifio JISi.OOO for the construction and equipment ol a hoipilal i-Artied by. n-votr n( 909 lo H-i. A bylaw lo raise Ior llic ex- tension of "Ihe municipal slteet rail- way sjslcm caitird by 391 io 62. A bjlaw lot for extension to the elf-ctrie light and hy l.OOS to 31. The bjlaw (o for Ihr ncn- traffic bridge, earned ly 975 to 70. ers, especially those l in carry cents hereinafter referred as and for (he pur pose of providing office fixtures aui" furniture the sum of One thousani and one hundred aiul eighly-sesei dollars (HIST) hereinafter referred t as "Proposition AXI) WHEREAS by Sub-settion of CectloiJ III of Title XXI ol th Lethbridge Charier the Council is a the power to uiiike fo contracting debts not pajable wlthi lije current, aod it is deemed a- to raise bj of loan ihe ciedit of the City of Letubridg the sums of 193G.o7 ami fHK.GO tor the puriios aforesaid, anil to issue dehcnlure ifaeiefor. AND WHEREAS tt is deemed c jicdlent that the said loan bear 3: tcrest at the rale of five vercentu; c) per annum to be paid half year ly and the said principal sums Fourteen three bundred an ninety-six dollars and eighty-sev cents Two thousand foi hundred and nine teen dollars an seventy-Elx cents Nine hundred and ninety-six and thirty-seven cents and One thousand OQO hundred and, eighty- seven dollars "to be paid at tte expiration of ten tlO) years from the date o[ this liy-law taking effect. AND WHEREAS according lo the last revises aEsesament roll of the City" of LeUitirldge the value of the assessable property ivas eighteen sis hundred anfi twenty-five thousand, three hundred and ninety- nine dollars the value of the rateable proper ly of ihe srvld City of Lethbridge thirteen million one hundred and twenty-three thousand seven hundred and thirty- dollars AND W1IERBA5 the Kinount of tho existing debt of the City of Lelh- liridgc outside of current expenses and not including local improvement debentures ia Two million, seventy, seven thousand six himrired auil sev- enty seven dollars and ninety-three cents no instalment of principal or interest thereof or of sink- Ing fund being In arrears. AND WHE1U3AS the respective amounts required to be raised annual- ly by 3pec-lal rate during the currency of the said debentures Proposition A. for shortage uiiuVr Xumbere G2, 37, 101, H9 the of this (b) "Ihe shall at Uls olfjci.1 In ilie City of Letbb on llie day of Jmic, A. O. al Ihc hour of five 15) o'clock in the alioir.ooa, sum up the number of for and the TLiis shall come icio of- ftcl on the lirst day ot Juh, A. U., 13. C. The of Ihe burgpEEca duly qualified io on this by-law shull be taken on the Dili day of June, A.D. 1913, at the- places fu the City ot Ix-ililiridge, between tht hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five i-O) iu the atternoon, la) Kor that portion of the City lying north of iho C. K R. railway al 317 13th Strm North. (h) For lhal partion ol the City lying soutb of the C. H. Railway al the old Tolice Station in the City Hall, on Fourth Street South. nead a first time Ibis 15th day of May, A. D., 1313. D. 11ARD1E. Mayor. GKO. UOniNSON, Secretary-Treasurer Head a second time tbis I5ih da> of A. D., 1PI3. W. D. L. IIARDIK Major GKO, W. ROniN'SOX, Secretary-Treasurer Head a tlurd time and passed this. '.Oay of June, n., 1913 Mayor. ins supplies, shalE be thus armed In the fulure.( The scheme IP entirely separate from Uut by larger snrh as ]be and Lusllania and the new steamers proposed for the Canadip.n service, arc under con- tract with the government to bo arm- ed in of uar for both offensive and defensive purposes. Tbe German government has sim- ilar arrangements German lines, somn, of the vessels of which ore BO ImHt that they could lie con- verted Into [ormi (table merch- ant cryJser? Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE is hereby given that the abo'.c is a true copy of the Bylau which has been introduced and whicl will be finally passed by tho Counci in the event of the consent of the Bur gesses being obtained thereto, aftc ouc month from the 171U day of Mav A. D, 1013, being the date of Ihe lira publication thereof in the Letbbridg Herald, and that the votes ol the liur gesses will be taken upon the pro pOECrt Bvlav oti the 9th day of June A. D., 1913. between the hours of o'clock ill Ihe forenocn and 5 o'cloc n iho afternoon at the place set ol n the said Bylaw. GEO. W. Secretary-Treasure ALL FOR THE WEST Toronto, Maj trains, nsing [falrtcon cors each, filled tUfh pass through the city todfly, all bound for the West. STRIKERS AND DEPUTIES GOT EVEN WITH 5 APIECE IVi-iKon, X.J., .May hull- ilicd and fifty armed deputy sheriffs lodaj- gunrdetl the Mount Hope mine of the Empire Iron and Steel Com- Many anti Iho wrecked roadbed of llio little rMlroad ieadiiij; thereto uhere a Rtr'Kc of miners and railroad cm- has been tn progress for oral Diyllglit broasiit cessa- tion of Iho rating which prevailed nt nignl. File deputies arc in a .Morris- DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The OHD1NH. treatment for' the Drink Habit can be usint vith abso- lute confidence. It destroys nil desire for nhisVoy, beer or otlicr nlcohollc sltaulantn. TtiO-jsanda have success- fully KffA It fmc] haie keen reslorcrt lo lives of sobriety an'l usefulness bp ?lvcn pecretly. Costs only 11 per box. If >oti to Kct results from onillNR afler a trial, your money ulH'bo refnniieil. Asl. for free bookie; tclKns licsiilial and live ncfera ire crosi Dreg and Uook Siiorc, Ud ihe co'ont) Acacia blcck. and 151 for jiajiug interest Iherc- on, for forming a sutxmg fund Eor" the payment of the debt created by rlelxjntures issued on tic- count Proposition B, for Ibe purpose of erecting a lioiiae for the Park Super- intendent (1) for paying inferest thereon, (2) for forming a sinking fund for the payment of the debt created by debentures Issued on account thereof Proposition C for the, purpose of providing a Blacksmith Shop U) for paying interest Ihereon (2) for forming a sinking fund tor the pay- ment of the debt created by deheiv turfs issued on account thereof Proposition TJ for the purpose of providing Office Fixtures and Furnl- turo tl) for paying Interest IhcreoTi (2) for forming a sinking fund for the payment of Hie debt created by debentures Issued on account thereof, NOW TlinRKr'OU TUB MAYOR COUNCIL OP THE CITY OF i.BTiwmnGi-; ENACT AS FOL- LOWS: 1 Tt bhall be lawful for liie Coun- cil1 subject to. the of ihe! burgesses for either or any of the pro- rofilion contained In this by-law to raise the respective sums of Fourteen thorn-Olid, three hundred ninety- six dollats nnil clslity-sevm Two thousand tour hun- dred and nineteen dollars and tj-six cents Nine hundred and nlnety-aix dollars auil Ihlrly-aev- cn cents' and one thousand one hundred and cig'hty-aoven dollars (illSi) Ijy way ot a loan for the pur- poses sbovo set foith 2 That for ihe purposes (hereof, debentures not exceeding in nil Iho sum of nineteen thousand ?hall be payable at the expiration of 110) years from Iho dato of this by-law taking eftect, such LethbrEdge and signed by the Mayor id Secretary-Treasurer acd be pay- Die in Canadian currency or in Dg money at any of the branches ol ic Hank of Montreal. That in addition to all other mounts there shall he collected in ach year (luring the currency of said, ebenlures on nil tlie rateable property f the City of Lsthbrldge by special ite-or rates sufficient therefor urn oE Two TlioiiEand One Hundred Dollars for defraying the of tbe said debentures and tne urn of tight Hundred and Eighty-Two nd Dollars for form- ng a sinking fund for the ebt created by the issue of raid de- entures hy payable and collect- d at the same time In the same man- er as other taaes are levied, payable nd collected by statute or by by-law f the City. 4 (a) That the shall at his fiice in the City of I.eihbridge at ten 10) o'clock In (he forenoon on the 7th lay of June, A. D, 1913 on the appli- ation of any burgess interested for ir against the above by-law two .21 persons to nttc-nd at each polling >lace on the final summing ol the roles as tereinafter provided tor on behalf of the persons respectively ln- erestcd in promoting or opposing tiio passing of this by-law. The Secretary-Treasurer shall al Ills office in the Citr of Lethbrldgo on the 10th day of June A. D., 1013 at the hour of five (5) o'clock tn ihe afternoon sura up the number of votes for and o. This by-law shall come ef- fect on the First day of July, A. 1313. 6. TIic yotca of the burgoszes duly riuallfled to vote on this By-law shall be taken on the 9th day of June, 1913.-at the following places in the City of Letbbridge, between tbs hours' of nine pj o'clock iu forenoon and five (5) in the afternoon, namely: (a) For that portion of the Citr lying north of the C. P. H. railway at 317 13th Street -Vorth. (b) For that portion of the City lying Kouth of the C. P. RaUway at the old Police Station In the City Hall, situate on Fourth Street South. Read a first time this 12th dajr.ol May, A. D. 1913. 1IARDIE. Mayor, GKO. W. ROBINSON'. Sec reta Head a second time this 12th day ef May, A. D, 1913, j D. b. Mayor. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Sccrc ta ry-Trea s Read a third time anil --------day ot May, A. D., 1913. pounds and the eriuiv- Jlayor. WVIK11KAS It la deemed adviwb ;o raise certain moneys on the credit of llie Cny of I-ethbridKe for the foi- loniug purpose, namely: lo pay for :he construction of a subway on 13th Street In .'-lie City of l-ethbriilgc un- der the Canadian Pacific Hallroad and 'or land damages caused thereby, and .ho amount required la the sum of 'Ihoupand Dollars which Is the amount to he raisetl by oan on the credit ol Ihi City of Letli- bridge aforesaid. AM) WHBRBAS u ia expedient Ihat the said loan bear Interest at the rate of five per centum per -annum pajablc half-yearly on the first day of January and the first day of July In each year and the said principal sum of Forly-two Thousand Dollars to he paid at the expiration of thirty (SO) jeats from the date of this By-law taking effect. AND WIIERKAS according lo Ihe last rcvipqd roll of the City of l.ethbrliigo the value of tbe Sec retary-Tre urer. NOTICE is hereby given that the above is a true copy of which has been introduced and which, will be finally passed by the Council ,n the event of the consent of the H-ir- gesses being obtained thereto after one month from the 17th day of May, A. 1013. being the date of first publication thereof iu Ihe f.clh- bridge Herald nnd that the votes of the Burgesses will he faken upon llie. proposed By-law on the 5th day of .June, A. D., 1S13 betueeu llie hours of fr o'clock in tbe forenoon and n o'clock id" tho afternoon at the place sot out In the said By-Jflw. CiKO, W. IIOIHNSON, Secretary-Treasurer. THE FASHIONABLE DISEASE Toronto, May .Murphy, gen; eral superintendent of transportation for the C. r. ft., nas (aien 111 with pendlciu 'while on car" here tola morning He fit operated en. and lf-o doctors predict ;