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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, May 21, 1012 FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN Been Helped By Common SuggeitioM. IT WAS "WANT AT THE CITY COUNCIL Women luffering from my form of fe- male ills ire invited to communicate promptly with the corre- upondcnce department of tie Lydlt E. Pinkham Medicina Co., Lynn, Mus. Your letter will bo opened, read nnd answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. A woman can freely Ulk of her private illness to a woman; thus has been established a confidential corrc- which has extended over many years and which has never been broken. Never have published a testimonial or used a letter without the written consent of the writer, and never has the Company allowed these confiden- tial letters to get out of their possession, as the hundreds of thousands of them io their files will attest. Out of the vast volume of experience which they have to draw from, it is more than possible that they possess the very knowledge neededjn your case. Noth- ing is asked in return except your good will, and their advice has helped thou- sands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, should be glad' to take advantage of this generous offer of HBi'stance. Ad- dress Lydii Fink- ham Medicine Co., (confidential) Lynn, Every woman ought to fa are T.ydia E. Piakliam'a WO-pape Text Book. It is not av book for peDerol distribution, as it is too It if frw and only obtainable by Write for it today. City Fathers Deluged With Wage Increases Granted This WHS tho day of "wants" at the- City Council Electing. Mverybody wanted something. Here are a few of them. The city teamsters want ;i raise In WHgcs. The eily In borers want cents an hoiiy. Tho Hoard of Trade wants Tho Exhibition Hoard wauls once. AEBoelailon wants 4200 for prizes and Improvements- The Board of Trndc wants new IHI 11 ic i pa I ambulance, to be kept in Xo. 1 Fire Hull. Parks' Superintendent. Mitchell wants an increase in salary lo Sl.iii'o jjer year. The Association of Canadian. Muni- cipalities wants one of Ihe aldermen paper -.'or their convcn- LAOY DUFF-GORDON TELLS HER STORY London., 51 av j'esterday's hearing on the Tkanlc dlsasier, chief Interest surrounded Lady Ditff-Cior- don's evidence. She was dressed en- lirely in black, except for a white !ace collar. It was evident from the man- ner in which she repeated o.iih ihal she was laboring under extreme emotion. Answsr'ns tlie tiuesiions of Attor- iiey-Generai Isaacs, she told how she refused several oECers lo get into a without her husband, adding, "i had finite made up my mind I was going to be drowned." .When: in reply to a query by herj husband, an officer told them to gel Tinto tlie Iceboat, ;as she told it, "somebody nicked me up, nnd piled me into the boat. Then my Imsbaml was pitched in. It was not a case of getting in at all. They pitched Ua in." i The witness said she -heard or- for (lie Hfeboivf. to stand ofi but not. tha order to come hack, if called for. She added that she could not remember wbnt li.oned iu the lifeboat. Her mind was hazy, owing lo seasickness. BANDSMAN DROPPED p-EAD Unrry JIcEwan, a wan, dropped dead at. Brockvill'c. White Swan Yeast Cakes If you M'anL your family to eat more tread, bake it.-with jWhite Swan -Tenat cakes. Try a 5c package containing i) .all grocers or write for fiample. to prepare tion. Tlie Boanl of Trade wauls the bom for lawn sprinklinc; ezteuded io ten o'clock in the mornings, Sund.iv In- cluded. The C. A. wants a rebate for Hie city's' portion of the sidewalk in front of, i he building, nil the walk having been buili by ilie association. The Fire committee wains to pur- chase a combination aiilo truck for >.'o. 1 a fire chief's auto. The Women's Civic Club wants.to know what ihc council intends io do regarding Hie appointment of sonie one to extend travellers' aid to strange girls coming 10 the city. The council decided about two months ago to take up Mils matter and re- port. Eo farjiotliiii" lias been done. Some of ihcse wants a-re going to be grunted. Tho Publicity ami Immigra- tion committee, "Aid. Skeith. cbalr- Diiiu, met Fiiianc-e commiuee of i.he Doaifl of Trade at noon, and by careful irimmint', reduced the esti- mates of the Board from oxclusive of alterations lo Board of Trade building. Tb-e com- mittee recommended that tbls be granted, io be made available the Bonrcl ai once. Some of the wants will noi he granted Ii. was expected that, the men have an off-dar, on" account of. the rain, there would be a weighty delegation to wait on Lhe council, risking- for nn-increase in pay. Unr the fireworks were conspicuuous by their absence. The Water, Light and Street way committee. Aid. Adams, chair- man, brougbt'in a report, which is ex- pected to settle the labor qucsuon borers less than mils per hour. h Is likely, therefore, thill tho "5 caul rule will remain In force throng ihe entire season. the cunlraclurs will not pay more limn the city. Another Thud The Works and Property Commit- too Tei'onimemU'd that no Increase be granted to city teamsters in tlie eu- pineorlni: department. They are now getting per day. They uskcd for per month straight salary. The Knotty Problem W. S. Hull wrote regarding (he re- lations between the City Council and Uio rJoiird of Hen It lu The gist of his coimiimiH-allon was that HIE Board arl Health is responsible for the condi- tions of iho city us repards snnld lion, health, etc., Hie city coun- cil is required lo pro-i'ld-? the means io carry this our. If the city refuses io do this, the Hoard of Health tuny have it done, charging the expense lo the cily. Ai present a jjcciilJnr sUte of af- fairs exists between Ihe Coniu'il and the Botird of Health. The inner body appointed the Council, nets sep for this as far as.die city Lllt; Prtispnl- anilely from the Council, caivying on business in its own department nnd requiring from the cify each year 11 .certain sum to meet its estimates. Practically ihe only link between the rwo bodies is through Ihe sanitary in- spector and the plumbing inspector. AI Lhe last in ue I ing of the LJoard of 1 leallh, a recoinmeiidiitiou was passed, increasing iho wages of team slers in the sanitary department from SiiO.OO to per mor.th, wiih a promise of a further raise 10 per month. U'hen ibis recoinmeiulaiion came before the Clly Council the aldermen were loathe lo accept it, believing thai, i lie Board grooms and a chauffeur. Invitations will now be sent direct lo. the Prince and .not through the King. Ho will also be able to. accept invitations on his own account, al- though his Majesty will doubtless of- ten be consulted. Queen's regency, created hi" will hoi collected for the Village during .-The plaintm ii, January cr nf the council. llit- present secretary-treasurer of thcj gates elected would be Itooaeveli village, _ also gave .evidence regarding men. Ihp, dismissal of the Almost .After lirarini; arguments of counsc Mis Mono, tOLE AGENT FOR LETHMIDGE Hayr Hdw. Co. lage.'in "Ihe- capacilj- ot sccrciary- b'lit [in -February last he Is now suinp for Tvro'ngfiii dismissal ;md claims us damages. This morning's session Tvas taken.up with the evidence of I lie plaintiff, who narrated all'Uic events leading up to the dale ol his dismis- sal. Kor the defence F. Wilson, chairman of Uic village, took thr, stanrl and testified regarding various transactions connected with plain-, tiff's work as secretary ol Ihu coun- cil. Crush-exaininnil by Mr. T.ewis, of Palmer Lewis, appeared tor the plaintiff.'witness hia version, of certain rcsoUitiuns and iniiiules :iL council -'meetings-held from time io lime. by Mr. Diinlnp for tho dcUhcc- wilne.ss.statcil tlial lit was f 10.30. MORROW CASE DISMISSED Toronto, .May .1. D. Mor- row, clinyficd with hiarrylng a white Blrl to a Cliimiman, prohibited hours, was dismissed court today. in (.ho police all o' approximately five thousand voting precincts In the State opened at 5.oO o'clock, and in tho cltlog a lurge early vote was cast The polls will close at o'clock In the cities, but in some of the'conn try districts will remain open mill; six o'clock. Two candidates for presidential nomination, President Tnft ,and Gov- crnor Hnrnlon I cast their voles In Cincinnati. The President will 'leave that city early in the day, but Governor Har mon will remain at hia hoinp, to lienr the returns. TO PICK UP REFUGEES Ciillacan, Slnaloa, May llsh gnnboal AlRcrlne nn-lvedinl atlan, early .todny, preparatory to a cruise alone; the east coast, of Me.xfco to pick np icfiigees. places will be replaced.. It rceallod llmt Lord Cuizon last rchiber. purchased Lhc castle ;in orricr lo prevent its removal Lo America. the fireplaces were removed from the castle it was reported an .American millionaire minis a big olTcr for. them, the. King automatically on. June 23. cease The Prince of Wales Avill be of jige', and legally enabled to take his -Majegly'H ncsition should any emergency occur.' There will. probably be a formal dinner party f at Buckingham Palace on June 24, in honor of the occasion. Tbis will be the first occasion on which the Prince will be the principal gueat nt a ban- fjuct.' STOCK SHIPPERS AND 'RAILWAYS. HAS DRAWN .UP FOR APPROVAL- Otlawn, .May It is expected thab at nh-c -first .the Rallway ..Cominission in Ottawa ncxl month, Lhero will be submitted Lo the Hoard ''eor.. approval n.morjcni, livestock ship- pers' contract, which, will be satis- factory to shipper, anil carrier alike, and which will be an assurance as to the real live duties of boilu The n-ew cbutracl, upon 'which J. R Walsh, of tlie transportation depart- ment of the Canadian -'Manufacturers' association, as secretary for the ship- pers: M.-K. .Cowan, K: C., .represent- ing the commercial livestock inter- ests. and 'Peter White, of Pembroke, the purebred livestock interests, fn conjunction with, representatives of the Western provinces and railway representatives that have been work- ing since last December, has almost reached Two polntg of difference still remains as., between the shippers arid the railways, and these it is dinted will In all probabil- ity be satisfRclorily. settled at an esr- COUNCIL WILL DEFEND Owen Sound council, will defend Ihe action instituted to upset tbe local option bylaw. OTTAWA A FEDERAL DISTRICT Ottawa council favors Lhe city be inp made a federal district.' CATCH OF SEALS Newfoundland sealing al earners report a -catch -of 17i lfi. worth little inoro than half lust TABElt Taber, Afay 17.-rJ. D. Lyons, ipno o-r Tnher's legal lights, has returned to town'after "spending several .weeks down.east on "a vacation. The Imperial Oil Company have installed a third standard''ull tank in Taber, and' apparently Intend to do a big business here. We understand that-the'Continental Oil Company .ire seriously considering making Taber a distributing .-point, with up-to-dale E. A.' a fanneV living abfcut HERE IS A REAL 'DYSPEPSIA CURE NO INDIGESTION, GAS, SOURNESS OR HEADACHE FIVE MINUTEft LATER The- question an to how long yon are going to .continue a sufferer, from Indi- gcstlqn, Dyspepsia', or .outrpf-order, Stomach is merely" A "mutter n'of how soon you bcffin taking Kome.Dlupeu- sln. If. your Slqnificli .is lacking In di- gestive power, why' not help the atoni- ich do its work; not, willi drastic drugs, bur, a reinforcement of Ive ii a IIL- 1 1 HE, arc nalurally vork in the -atom'ach. weak S.tomflchs'shonlrt ake .a .Httle pinpepsiii 25 miles Tpber, brought-In land there wjU'be ho more Indigestion, a bunch'of yoilhs'miipletreeH. which no feeling tike h lump hi tlia 1 stomach, 'Spur rlihigs. he has his farin'trpni soccL Loucks ..says that he has abqul. trees alj'.qf .ivhlch he has grown and that he h.is noticed that seed which he planted .a year and a ImlC ago, .and which did not conic .'up spring, have come up this year nnd -'are doing well. arc. busy every even- Taber ing this last week or n trees mid setting ihelr Kartlens shape, and in n. short lltne the (own will incBeni a hnnutl-rul Hpnenrance. The trees purchased by the town lust year, us well as those planted by .tho school hoard, arc all doing well, and lire beginning lo look Rroen. The small park In the cenlro nf the town iii n, real beauty upoL GasroTrStonia'oh or .Belching, of linril gested food, Headaches, .Dizziness or Sick ami; besides, .what you cut wll] not ferment.and .poison your breath with odom! All sympto'rna resulting from .a; dour, put-' of-order stomach and dyapepala generally relieved In mloutH aflor Inking a, Go lo your ;dniiKist. and get a iiO- cent case of Pnpe's Diflpepain now, and you always go to the table with H hearty nppetUe, iind whit you ent will taste good, became your B'.onmch and In tea tin OH will be clean and fi'eah, ;uid you. will, know there art: not, going to hn iniy more bad. nights and miserable for you. They freshen ymi.aiul make you like life la worth living. ;