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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Fritter. May 23.1913. "Frtrk-tMS" CoMlelilj tin Brunitk lUittuI lo HHhb. Fever Increased and News is Having Depressing Eftecf on Populace CITY AXD DISTRICT) WM a Trip Mr. C 15. K. nianatsr of tbe Bant of Commerce returned this uioroins from a trip up the Crow's .Vest' Pass. >lr. Xouris was the of Central Superintendent. Mr. 'A Price, and tbe trip in Mr. Price's track. automobile. All the branch lices cohered, .and Mr. a enjoyab'm tour. BRISTOL, X. an usable to Siy caonpb ia f 01 as life anJ restoitd to heaithi wheu I given up illbope aad when the doclore kid failed to do anything mod for me. I htdss.iuteoCramlysmnXaEch. 1910, left me unable to wait or help mrsrif, aod Uie Coastipaiion of the bowefe terrible. Xotliing did me any good ard 1 vns irrefcfced ia erery Finally, I toot "Fruit-a-lives" for" the Constipation, and it not oniy cured me of that trouble Let gradually fmit medicine tostd up the nerveiand'aolnaHycareii Ucder the cf it-a-liTer', I gre stiosger and atrocger un til all llie palsy tihd left inc. I am UOTT well npnn and lUead lay store every day and'all ALYA PHILUPd. cslr remedy "ic the Trorid tlut is Biade of fruit juices 3oc. a bor, fi for site, il ceilsri or sent on receipt of price by f OttaTra. Exhibits Are' In (CoBtinttd from front Tbr manager of the Barnes' circus told'Manager Jjclc yesterday that Lethbridje was secuiicg one of the best'attractions on. tht toad for tht 'fair. Merchants ate preparing lor ihti'r eshibit in t.b'e iatlustiial builii- ia'g. -Space is being eagerly'sought, and will soon all be gone .The fair is coming at a goad time will te free The .live will be'-more nurnefous. than ever; T.hile the list compares favprably witn that o'i any of tie large fairs b -.the- west, ensariagia big eauy list ia the .live stock .classes, in wbicb Southern' Alberia lafmeis are. par- licularly interested at .Hie pr 'cni tinic. Toilo. May report that the Kiuperor Voshlbito Is ill with ;neumcnia. tbe constant attendance upon him by ono or more of the eight court uhxsiciins. and the visil nblch the Empress SadaLa kept at his bed- side all night, made it appear today that his condition U very grave. The whole Japanese empire was de- pressed by. the new f. "The halleUn issued this mornfns on ly announced briefly that the Etnper o-'s condhioa was unchanged. The high fever ot last night, when his (empeiature ranged from 9S.53 to 102.92, apyaiently has increased to pulse ?0. aud respiration The patient i; at tne Aydyauia Pa act, on immense psrade groucd he contracted a cold while the troops Sunilay. It had been ied to remove him at once to the newer Cflihoda Palace, but the sudden serious turn of Inflammation ot tie necefsilatci abandon- ment of the plan. The issuance crl the first bulletin yesterday, announcing tbe Kmperor's illness came as a great shock lo the people, and as it gained circulation through extra, editions of the newspa- pers a bush fell upon the city, and great crowds silently assembled in front or the royal palace. The people knelt acQ fervently prayed for' the speedy recovery of their sovereign. The Ginza, the most important busi- ness thoroughfare of the city, which is usually brilliantly lighled, ivas dark las! nvening, and almost desert- ed. All .Ihe-shops.were closed.. Court, circles are still !n official mourning for the late Emperor JIut- suhito. Tbe period does not expire until July 30. a sea- from the date of his death. Band Concert Sunday cacd concert of season be glien on Sunday night by the oily bard lo the stand ic 'Gait Parl. Tn'e ueA iusirimeots hive not jet arrived acd co word o! them has been heard tor soffie lime. The old nstruments will be well worth hear ns ou Sunday evening. The band will also plav tomorrow afternoon at the race meet ghen under the auspices of tbe Turl Club. 'SALADA H TEA AT ITS BEST (MM fkvwHT fcjr vhick in, and all coaUniution out. CT BU.CK, MIXED GREEN. BUDGET DEBATE WAS WAS COMPLETED IN HOUSE YES FEW TOOK PART IN IT STREET CAR MEN DO NOT FAVOR VIEW Tiie S'jseeilion ibal street car con- ductors be sworn as police officers, does not appear to meet with general favor among the men oa the system. idea is viewed in the light of an attempt lo tamper ihe privileges of the union with regard to strikes, for once the conductors arc sworn police officers, their bauds are tied la this matter. There If a disposition amongst ilie men to be suspicions oi the motive they consider to he behind'the sug- gestion. MAJESTIC MANAGER HAS BOOK- ED UP ALL THAT IS GOOD FOR LETHBRIDGE ifJOO EXILES MEA3 VISITING DEL- .URGE THAT JUS: 1 VICE .'SHOULD BE San Francisco, Max Ev- ara and Avao Hattori, the Japanese statesmen 'who bale come to Cali- fornia to "make an Investigation of the Japanese .situation, left for San Jose to continue their imrulries. The mass meeting- at which they spoke here lest night was attended by 4050 of their coantrymen. 'The meet- ing was orderly, the large audience 'WAS A POPULAR LOAN Berlin, iiay portion of the Chinese loan issued iu Germany was over jnlbscribefl tire times. HAVE AMALGAMATED STORES TVinnipeg.' Ma Jlay i Jions Trhkh have been going for some _ Mat between Henry Birks t Sons and listening attentively, anil with great 'farle Maikle; Limited, with a view amalgamating the Winnipeg store jrf'Btrln' and tie Porte Sc Jlarkie bus- taW. have been completed. TESTIMONY OF FIVE WOMEN LydU E. Pink- 'f VwetebU Caov fi Reliable. trohf recom- to til trepusing Chinge of It made me well flrotnan after nrferinz tktee jetn." -.S -Mri aASV-.S, RtedviHe, Orefoo. Wew OrttfcM, 'v'When ptMioe through I the Change of Life I waa 1 trcuWed with hot flashes. I weak and I bacVftche. Iwuwtfitfor I anything until I looV Ly Idia E. Pinkhain'B 1 UWt Compound ,whicl I proved wcrtli its weigh' I in gold to me." -Mra.GAa- interest. to the addresses of the dis- tinguished visitora. rice president oE the Jopaneee association'or America, pre sided. All ol the speakers expressed the belief that a 'peaceable solution of the over the recently enacted alien land holding law would be reached. Mr Hattori said: entered Into treaty relation! wUh the United Stales after'the sisttut pertuaalon of Comoiodori In tteir first trealy Japan and the United States agreed tha each country should be free imni.RTatton into the other. B that queatton here truatin lives and property into the hand the American people 'In one respect we have more free dora ID tbis country than ,n others. White or negro ma> with the Japaneas without interference on the part of the law. ''The gentlemanly agreement of I3D7 was alrlcijy obeftrved hy Japan and no fault "wrig found to be with that country. believe the United States gov crnmeal will solve trie present ques- tion Recording to ttie principles o Justice and huremf.iiy.'" '.Mr, Khara, who palieoci it the duty o ed Statep, and not merely an, n, to give fair and equa 't lo tlie t is a duty and a h. us to claim (reatmen .tnerican people equal to Iha Europtan Alton nionths I Buffered from troubl ea in con en ce of my age and thought 1 couM not live. Lyoia E. i at Life and felt very btd. I eouM and was very CoApennd rntored riie to perfect health xid I woold noi wilnoiit P. Tuowt, Deissw, No. Dm ee of the lack of drinkin UcilHiM at Coilcricli, tho ml itia camp may be held at Jos'hji Bottiwcll Is dead at Perth aged Ho aurkeri at his trade a a cooper until two months ago. r 'J Cameron, a resident fiMd )2'i and (.OS IrunV: on Ihe publU; street i Tndcs Coufid] may a io government to comp a building or, James Duncan, emplorfl at a Wix .stock factory, was dead In b at Beacbville, where he had attend an evingelutlc meeting. Use TIZ-- Smaller Feet Sore Feet, Tender Feet and Swollen Feet Cured Every TlraebyTIZ Send at once for free trial pack- age Mr. Wlson, rnaoaser ot the Majestic Theatre, has returned from a trip to Calgary, where .he spent a few dajs falking theatre to B. Stwman, and as a result, bethbridge Is placed on tbe map as a show ufan. Mr. Wilson is an ardent believer in the future of 'the city, and It some shows have lost out heavily, he has every confidence in ths willingness of the people attractions worth Lethbridge is especially fond erf a'id in the next season there will be something doing. A new. stunt is to be tried out. There will be musical comedy every FViday Saturday, commencing neit Fttaay. This will he put on by the Allard-Woolfolk circuit, and the idej. is to cram two and a half hours' show Into oce and a half hours. Tbe big operas are-being condensed. For example '.The Sunny Side of Broad- way': vill open the condenstiig islachieve! chiefly by the elimination of the dialogue. Tbis will retain all the bright music and merry jingie, and give the people a fine Bum- mer uigbl's' entertainment, tne prices being 25, 35 cents. The -secoad menu wil] h? "Tho and the and then favorite "Th coxing espec- Muy builget de- bate was concluded iu the Commons at an early hour this evening. Then, tho House pioieeded to consider thej resolutions dealing 'with tariff changD condicioiis, anuojuced by Hon. T. White, when be mide his annual fiscal statement. There was much discussion on tha complicat- ed sugar changes, arising out of the tariff reductions, due to the West Indies agreement, but It was largely ot a technical character. Tbe debate was continued through- out the day by Mr. Can ell Dr. Edwards Mr. Oliver and -Mr. White. Miutster ol Finance, who closed tbe debate vi 1th a short speech, iu be re- plied to tbe criticisms ot the Oppo- sition. The Minister agreed that a revision of the tariff some tlaie soon would probably he necessary. Sir. Oliver was equally strong in his demand that something should b would ebpy the Wright satisfying season-in thea re palron-'in Lie YOUR HAIR TURNING GRAY OR FADED RESTORED IMMEDIATELY DARK BEAUTIFUL CpLOR BY HAY'S HAIR HEALTH Theie fs'no one adajs having grey or faded hai: danariitf either, thai'causes it to out codstantlj. Falling hair "and dandruff ruin a beautiful head of hair in no time and grey and faded hair-make, you lock so much older than'you really are. Hay's Hair Health used" regularly will bring your hair.back to its nat-' ural'color quickly and more effective- ly than anything else. Its BO easy to use; Just apply a little at night, ac- TO i cording lo and you'll be delighted and Burprteed at tho almost nfien a. ainglo rideri to'raid 1 natural color. using lo any' '.ore their hair to its dark, beautiful, glossy natural color, because it" it w much quicker and more Eatiifactory and Is so much.nicer and cleaner to'use. DruggtEls'will refund wour money iMIay'il'Hair Health is not taliifac- tory alter a fair trial. For and recommended uy tbe lied Cross-Drug and Book; Company, Limited; Acadia Block. Two big conlracts have gone to a .swing" bridge for the nany torK'wo'pairs of lockgatcs' aid' dock. London. V '_ Jnst a. Little Note to adrine" yon Ibat mike a spucially of dainty bedroom fur. niture for dainty people. To know attractive are tl.ese beds, dressing tables and olber bedroom accessories. y6u must see them. DescriHlon would nol do Justice lo their beanty. Mention of price would not do J lEtlce to their and jour credit Is good at Alberta Outfitters Complete 'lomlnton Wfi St. SENT THEIR MONEY TO.'WINNI PEG .VERY 'IADLY' LEFT rWhen some or thirty local lioutehoidera thought they.'were econ- omiilng giving a'YVlnnlpeg whole- Mie'grocety flrrn whlcVlW small'deposlt only, they nere badly flim-flammed, tor the loodV weire shipped" C.O.D.-'and the purchasers- required to. put up the full viliie'ol the goods before be- ing to, take them from tha freight i The salesman of'this company re- presented to prospective buyers that the goods would be shipped absolute- ly, on approval, and no further pay- menu were to be" made -until' goods satisfied Ihe customers.' A great many of the shipments are inn in the freight shed, and Will pror> ably remain there, as far as the pur- :hasers are concerned. As a matter ot real fact, the Her- ald was Informed" hy one of thfc that the goods not up lo mncb, and that the finding out pro- cess had cost her real money as she could have bought similar articles in Lelhbridge much" below tbe price she paid Winnipeg firm, and she would have had trade-marked goods, with an established ir.imiaHvu IrM the bargain. The experience will doubtless coil the wouid-be Monomials something in cnsb, but they never do It again. "Fatroalze homo industry Tracy Is at the Welland is to have a church to coat I The Pleislitliie, Que., foundry rtas destroyed by fire: loss John O'Htlll, of Pedli, Is supposed to have bean drowned Ir, the canal. J. C. Smitb, El A, of Wingbara, will be' appointed principal of Ingereoll Colletlate Institute, Tho city of Berlin has given a gold locket lo a baby girl born on the day Berlin became a city. made an agreement with J. H White of Toronto for llihing a renderfnt plant. .Vftiititr Mriii1? _. LighUy Turns to'Thoughts of'Love." Young lady, when you hie'forth In the raoon 111 even- ing hours to keep your tryst with that.young man, you will wnnt to be looking sour itll expect 1L "Looking jour best" does not necessarily mean scaring your elaborate frock. Your may be simple, but If y6u have glion proper care io the details and more particularly to >our bair, you need not he Unkcpl, untidy hair nlll ruin.the 'effect ot a spick and epan toilette tiuickcr than anything else. NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR BEAUTIFUL AND INCREASE YOUR CHARM. Attractive every where'depend on )e fnifUlii the (Ions. The cooling, refreshing 'and Invigorating effect of tills delightful scalp prophylactic adds to Ihe personal comfort while the softness and beauty of the hair Is being Increased. Hcrplcide causes the dandruff lo disappear, stops the hair from coming out and allays the itching. Tho sense of perfect cleanliness attending it's use and the subtle, exquisite odor of Newbro'j Herplclde make It a most delightful hair dressing and real toilet necessity. You will like Hcrplcide. Try II. ASample Bottle and Booklet tor 10e., If you have never used N'eRbro's llerpiclde, a lory pleasant, not to ?ay surptls; (rig eiperlence Is In store for you. Many report results even from the trial bSlllei that are Iltlle short ot martclous. You can try It fof. ten cents In posUigo or Silver The booklet contains much valuahle'advlcc about the- care of (he hair. Send for bolh. SEE COUPON. Two sizes. BO ceils isd K 00. Sold everywhere on a money balk guarantee plan. Applications at the better barber shops and beauty parlors. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. SPECIAL AGENTS ;