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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS THE LETIIBRTDGFiPAILY HER ALT) Tucsflny. May 20. 1013 SAVED Ml OPERATION How Mn. Reed of Peoria, 111., Escaped The Sur- geon's Knife. Pwiu, wish to If11wry know whatLj dia xourd iis eor. 1WM One-Eigtith o! One Mill Re- duction Authority of Departmental Heads 5 was the surgeon s knife. My bought rot Lydia E. Pinkism's VegaU- Compound tad today I ama wetland healthy worn in. For months I sufterec' from inflammation, aid your Sinetive relieved roe. I glsd to tfl1 inviue wr.il your rr.edicines have done for me. You cm use my ttstimoniil in any way you wish, ar-ii I will be glad to'anjorer MH. CllBISTIN.'. KEED, 105 Moaad St., Peons, 111. MM, Eyru-U Avoided Operation. JesEUp, the birth of mj fourth child, I had severe organic inflam- mation. I would have such terrible rains that it did not seem as though I could ttand it This kept up for three lor.g until two doctors decided that tn operation WES needed. TrrebV ov ft sumtcarv jlsalii crTJr.ril. led 10 fonn- trcuMe at ihe siood ihil the tlciett are to used on citj's business ouly. Bubwiv mreercent the C. V. K .ted the cltv as received, hivice been duly signed by lhe coin- Pan.- orjlcials. It conulKd some- thing of a joier. the aliieraien thouzh'. In Too c! a blue stoiiiis ihe to make part of ihf Cll at lotli street vroui .1 cul to bo made at ibe junction. The fill !s about elaht feet the cut Is about the f.ime deplh. Tho aldermen ______ _. at it" tiodv to know the city "as from 1 to bo forced to pJ! for tlte cost ihe out when Ihey were e t iU- Ditcihird tiatin; th.M bad' yet tal-ea action io the jng'for the cost ot the dirt to make nu'tte- pending funK'r crannunlcs- ,he Rn as bound tbo 'ticn from ifcr ocur.c-1 itsolf. He pcim-l ,ilv lo Ehsre its burden of the latter cd oat tbn when Plsced ln Tuey also nauleil to know charge o! tl'e deparlxeat the cul at the Junciloa would be had been a free hand to or- affect ,he iraoi: to tho icdus- ne of usmee will be House Furnishing Sale handicapped through lack of floor space and have concluded that diis course is ke Advan- nancucappeu uiiuugn the wisest. Only 5 more days and this Department Must be Cleared. tage of This Opportunity to Save Dollars. mVsl. Table Window Blinds, Cu.hion Form., Pillow Forms. Carpet Piece Good. It and in one slles. The clly eusmeer will be caciz-e it anu sn siits. tho members of hi? staff tte council lo On ihe UPA- p'aoa the city sets its final seal thore- was jiouested to get ine council i ILIV. j i i intended this year EO that Fricc cn ,hf rcckjind crude oil wouM bn sble to organize ilie menl to the best advantage. was goins buotd the vest- ed in him. He also assisted lhat ihe co-jncil decide 01 ivhat Ihey The- r.J I'llvt Hi. >-n to organize the here by Eloso Paving Co. at the conclusion ot its operalions last fall .re s-iue in the coancil Tlic oalerlil. if purchased, will prob- Mr." manchard was go- ably be i-sed lo maSe fircet intersec authority in refusing rot one of iheir order? Aid JOSEPH A. bends of ne j yy u 11 ycscuj.'! Women who suffer from female Ehould try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble CoTnivwnd; one of the irost ful remedies the world has ever known, V-efore rabmitting to a surgicai opera- tion.-'- Sccrelarj- sutured tho opinion tl-.it the heads or departments rauld hive r.o con- trol unlets they placed directly in charce, and orfers to the men under them put into effect thc-m. The o! the case al lengtb. and tile council in end pt-rsisled in the course they jn oTiip.y lopisro lu Mm -loouw Stair Oil Cloth Bfovvn with white snd yollow Nalrns, "C" Quality border ;27 inches wide, 9 Regular 35c; per yard Regular price f per square yard Nairn's Surface Reg- ular 65e. Sale price, per square yard Oil Regular cents. 27 inches wide. 45c; per >ard 36 Inches wide: regular Sale Price, per square WILL INVESTIGATE PROBLEMS ARISING FROM THE UN- ITED STATES LAND LAWS Saa Francisco, Mar 20 State- r.itcU were issued last night bv Ayao Hattoii and Scrak Ebara, tivo dis- Japanese, who arrived yesterday to enquiic unofficially into the situation that has btought about Itc California alien law. Mr. Hattori said "I nave com here as representative of the Lib cral party of Japan. Tte treaty we hire with America is deficient and 1 advocate its revision. As to land law I think vie should se- cure the right ol naturaliration. Kith regard to naturalisation ol the Japanese it seems lo ras that Japan is almost unanimous in demanding same, but how to secure it is cut decided yet." Mr. Ebari's statement follows "I liau come here as the ear. For doing Jb.U be would be given Ihe of placing 55% of tie insur- ince with companies which be repre- would te while ibp other io iMded equally among reputanlc com suggesllon was adopiCd, and the insurance will be thus placed proTidcd Ihe division with the approval ot the finance committee of the Cily Assersor Meech asked ibat Gold to the Cardslon District CUrdston. May 19.-Eliot Porter, a graduate ot Princeton University, and a student al Princeton Semicarv, ar- rived list week to take charge of the Honndary Creek' Deld for the Presby- terian church. 5Ir. Porter is n joung man of ability. He- is, 3 son of Juige Porter of tbe state court c'f Kansas City ana had a bnlliant career' at Princeton. This vear as well as doing his first year tneologi cal work he wrote on his Master of Arts degree. Herbert Tuttle was discharged from the council intended doing regarding HerDEr[ luull. he new frre limits proposed in nis on Saturday consicierabl; over his shaking up caused by a run away team on his Boundary Creek. Mr. Tuttle had his shoulde bone broken ar.d was otherwise in annual report. He cd the extension of the flrit and sec- ocd chss limits, parucularly in North Letbbridge. but no action has ever been taken to date. The fire com- mittee -will bB asked to report on the matter. Tbe cily stables a profit tor tte monlh of Aprjl of J333.15. A bit of humor was injected into a tontine meeting by a motion placed on the tahle by Aid. L-mering reading "That tbe business mtn be informed that through their recommendations. lured, lie will be tho guest of Mr Claude Ferguson while he recuperate before returning to his home at Boun ary Creeli. Dr. Amos, wife and children leav this for the eas Ur. Amos is a delegate to the pr> assembly conference at Toronto, r presenting SI. Andrew's church. Car Eton. He will visit at Ills father home at Alsla Craig, Ont., and als at Mrs. Amos' parenUI home at Bran the council'has been able to reduce the current expenses of the city HC ed States and Japan. lhat ihe lav rate for the year will be Japan are in sympathy with the Jap- by Dr. Amos, from Mark Spencer. played Hhen the aldermen each gzlh- n position to because I am not veil versed. in tins problem. Before I make any statement I wish to see. find California." Mr. Ebata, "whn is 7Z >ears of ago, called or.c of Japan's oM i." Ho is a Christian acd a corn- ered ap bis book of "employees' tick- ets" for the street railway system, found lying on his on the council chamber. Tt was the re- suit of the resolution that was passed nt tfe last meeting of the council that aldermen should ride free on street cars. It.Is distinctly under- SOUDRON mivtma. TO CURE COUGHS COLDS MaiMeu's Syrup ol lar and Cod Liver Oil not only stops a cough but cures it. Its tonic and restorative properties enable the system to permanently throw off a cold. 350 for large bottle. Sold everywhere. J. U XATS't' CO. Trcp.. 6HT.SEROOSR. XATHLCGS Srmp of An Opportunity to Secure High Grade Wilton Carpets To Ordinary Tapestry at Less Thau Some Wholesale Houses Sell for. Cirpcls from Hie very best British and Canadian linns, all now designs, vlielher for Draw- 'r IlEom JJiiiins Kooni or Jiedroom, you Will.iind one among the-choice selections to meet 0 your requirements. BRUSSELS; 3x3; 50 Res. sale BRUSSELS, 3 x 3; ROYAL WILTON 4X x 4; Regular J49.50; Sale price ROYAL WILTON 4x4; Begular 545, 433.75 Sale Price........ ROYAL WILTON VELVET- x 694.25 Sale Price ROYAL 3x3; Regular Salt prictvli..... l Reg. S27.00; Sale BRUSSELS, 3 x Reg. Sale BRUSSELS, x 3; (ill .75 Reg. Sale TAPESTRY, 3x4; Sale TAPESTRY, 3x3; .Reg. Sale TAPESTRY. 3 x Clft Tft Reg. Sale TAPESTRY, 3x4; Cf 5Q Reg. S10; Sale JAPANESE FIBRE CARPETS SMALL RUGS WILTON VELVET, 27 X Regular Salo Price JAPANESE FIBRE; x Regular 5'.7oi Silo Price............. JAPANESE It. 6 In by 4 ft. 6 in.; Regular Sale price..... MATHIEUS SYRUP OF COO UIVER OIL. WESTERN 1123 BANNATYNE AVENUE BROS WINNIPEG, MAN. St Andrew's church tjic'ri gnlar missionary for three Sundays iring Ihe montn of June. Mr. Tail aves for the assembly on May 36 r.d ivill not return till the iallcr part the month.' It expected thai jr June 1st Rev. J. Mcftdden o wendale preach; .Inne Sin Kcv Hot Porter, and June-loth ibe'senteo 111 be under the care of the Adul' Ible class. John AVoolfotd, has been ou t Glencwcod gardening ior Prcsiden Vood. returned to on Tuesda as: Mr. Woolford rcwrts that th rops in the district beueen her nd ood are In fine shape. Moat of cows of town i onnded up on Tnursday night an nil In pound, It Is the custom c iwners of cons to turn them-out he street .adjacent ,to their honi' 'or the nighl. lo .be picked up f [he (own herd in the rr.c-rning. Th is In contravention lo the bvl sardlng sliay animali and the Trnre cornrelled to dig up the IIBU half dollar to clear their bovine'. Master Willie Savage k spend the week end wiih his graodparen at Glcnnncod. At a meeting of SI. Andrew's grcgation, Cardston, held last vepK. It TV as" decided noi to acil the churcu property at present. An effort be made bj the djtegales to the as- semMy, Dr. Amos and W. McD. Tail, (o interest eaalern peop'e ln tne mat- ter o! b'.iilding nn Initnullonal churcli with all moaern convenience. If 13 propcsed to spend loOCO on the new building. Mrs A. B Itoberlson Ont, mother cf Mrs. McO. Talt; Mrs A. K. Frceboin and Miss Oracle of N'o.5- Hamburg, Ont., arvlvod day lilglii and are guests at the manse. Tlir victors will upend th< Fiirnm'.r at (.'ardston and atllic ton I.iVcs, KMchrr of Magratli. fliM.'r.l In Where to Go for Shoes NEW LOW SHOES. NEW HIGH SHOES. For Men, Women and Children. Many novel ideas for Spring and Summer of 1913. All ready on the Second Floor. Groups of Specials For the Next Few Days Men's Shoes MEN'S V1CI KID MEH'S PATENT. BLUCHER-Reg. jjy.flj MEN'S PATENT BLUCHER, Dull top; reg. J5 50; SpeclH MEN'S PATENT SLUCHER OX- FORDS-Hcg.i5.CO; Special Infants' Shoes INFANTS' OONG si7C3 5 to 7. Ilegular (1.13. SPECIAf......................... INFANTS' DONG. Sizes 5-7; Keg. 41.15. Special INFANTS' DONG. anil tan: regular KI'KCl.Vlr INFANTS' Black KID BLUCHERS 1 toes, velvet tops. Regular "6ALF Also tan or OxblooQ. 81763 S-10, S1.55 19 Ladies' Shoes WOMEN'S RUSSIA CALF BUTTON- Regular 'a; Sreclal S-S2 Per pair Tan, .05 WOMEN'S BOX CALF BLUCHERS .C9 Regular J4.25; Special WOMEN'S GUN METAL STRAP Ucpilar S3.00, Special WOMEN'S DONGOLA BLUCHER, Patent toe; Reg special WOMEN'S PATENT BLUCHERS Clotli tor; special .05 .10 THE BENTLEY CO., Limited ._________ ry at Uie Ontario Denial Col- lege at Toronto, arrhcd on t'rldar and take tlie practice of Dr. Amos during MB absence! In.the Caiuotcn, ha. i.rtf.ir.s to felr.in matter ol molnurc (or thU. crops. Speaking wlth.E. N., Barker, president ot Ihe Associate Boards of Trade a ago, he of toe opinion thai Cardston district. nal enough moisture lo ensure a crop n no more came before harvest time. The of Frito Uit vtT' test Ihing tlic countii ctmM received. Nol only It Incrc3fe Ihe moisture In ground, bill 1 acted as a packer as well, ensuring that efletl the ton rol during the cf the grain. Ilev W, K. Gold, Jispociale secrc of the Temperance .mil Mors Hsrform league of Allieria, jpsnt Sat nriioy ar.d Sunday In Cardslon. On Saturday he canvassed tonn in Die tnUvcst'i of Ihe league and on Sunday preached tulca In St. And- ew'a i'rpsbylerlan cnnrch. In tiio oftornoon on Sunday Mr. Gold accom- unled Mr. Tail to Italcy and pre- tho of the I'-aenc there Tht'vlaKor U Impressed irltb the south country lo which he Is making bl! first Usit, but hinted lo the Her aid scribe that the south nas not as dry II Is bclieied to be In ths notlh. More than the the hcavene supply, Mr Gold believe.? can be supplied In on el.or notice. A closer siijiervlden of blind pigs will as a. result he Instituted a vlev, to slaraptns them out altogether. ininil. Mr. Har.son uill te Fnila) .in a Ijnnd n! binding him In keep the pratr. Tl.c hchicen Ihe, rr.cn arose oicr tt.e mctliotl nf of Mcnn pUir "Itn- csus" nt llic- (inrrick Ihcalrr. Kre'l II. Has Icy, a London riled from a hoiw'i llrt. London, Mav 13-J. K.iltcr llan- SCN, the Aincritan thratr'lcal man- broujlit al How police court loilay rharpc.1 v.ilti threatenir.K Arthur Hotircliicr, the Kuglish actor ir-anajcr, ultli violence Ilia case roiitinutii until Vnclsv. The altorr.C) lor Ihe prosriulion j-crihcd Mr lljiiscn as a man ol vio lent (haraclcr. The police IcUita Hut tlicv fia'l to Hnoff in orJcr lo starch tcctive liisi'Ci'lnl O.irlin saiil I tlio'ight Mr- llanscn r.i.i'l I II it.r pnvm ilrnli.r f.ivir aljiv r.n tlic slate tlif ITi' LITTLE BOY DROWNED