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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTB LJijTliJIKJDGB DAILY TIERALD Certain in results beca use purest in q u B 1 ity; try it and LADY TUPPER BURIED AT HALIFAX THESE OLD, PEOPLE OWE THEIR HEALTH THki Wonderful Pmra Of Ms, N. JOUJJKRT OF P. Q., says 1'Kor more tbtin 10 vean, I suffered with Constipation antl Piles. 1 tried mauy remedies, but none did Viic good, After taking four boxes, of "Krnit-n- 1 am ell. 1 now So OKLAHOMA IS AFTERJflNGRESS STATE WILL SEND BIG EXHIBIT TO ON SPECIAL TRAIN Tlic State Hoard of Agriculture oi Oklahoma lias dcddeii >1o send a large state exhibit uf di'y-fanurd products to the International IJrv-Fanned Products Exposition at. Lcthbridge October 21 to 36th next, anil to en- deavor to capture the 1313 Congrcs, Oklahoma sent to Colorado Sprin last rear an exhibit which bad. bet lustily gathered and which hail to hurriedly put up after reaching t Exposition, hut spile of these fac the exhtbii won.24 prizes out of 2 entries, including the massive silv cup for the best bushel of hard wi trr wheat, and that in keen coinpet tion with the great wheat growers Alberta. The Agricultural Board 'is deie mined to begin early to secure an ex bibifc which will really be rcpresenta live oi the varied resources of th "tate, ami to this end it has appoint ed a'comniiitee vhichWill be active- ly in charge of collecting and prepar iuf the exhibit. This committee i headed by J. W. Corley, oi Howe Vho is the executive comnjil-teeiuan. o. thu International Dn-I arming Congress for .the State; and also member of. the State Board of Agri- icultute. Others on the committe are Superintendent fl. Black, ot the Experiment Stition, and Marie E. Woodson, director of the extension work of thp Oklahoma Agricultural MR. WM. PiTT, general store-keeper it OM writes' an 67 years of age and loiisj stuttered tortures from Headaches, due to Stomach Troubles. J was advised to try "1-Vuit- 1 did so and they completely Lifed nie The-committee cpnduct-a. .very apd thorough campaign un- til the first ot October, when a parlj be organized to on a spe- cial tram for the Letiibrulge Con- gress C oinmercial clubs, Farmer's Count; fairs and the Ag- iiciiltnrai college, will be asked to Rive cooperation and support, and the Stale Fair association has alreaih promised its heirU co-opera lion HxJubifs will be gathered from the connh fairs anti enln will be made in class possible inUudnij state, district, count? and individual 'A.movement1 is "on secure the 1913 and exposition for Ok Jahoma aud in can j ing; out this plan cotion, ball souvenirs will be taken to Lcthbudge In the dele- gation, and also an Indian band of pieces. t The sentiment in of making a. big Lampaign and beginning earh has riahhx; May larsel uutnber of nttended the fun oral of Jate l.ady Tupper, which toofr this afternoon from .the' lesiiJem-e of Mr. .Mi-Cram, u personal friend of Sir .Charles Tupper, who I resides'in..Avindale, a beautiful J on -the shores of the north- west aim here, wlicre Mi (.hades' i am ire'olT' ami Lady Tupper lived for many great believer in "l-mit-a-tives" icars Sir harks and Sir hailt s ooc a box, 6 for 50, trnl on ,he special train (liat brought (he body which arrived from I.evis vesterdav al nine o clock Flu- anUmobile of I H Mi 31 P in uaituit; at lh" station and. the veteran statesman was "driven to Armdale. A number of old friends called on Sir Charles yesterday and today, though unable lo fee them all, he appeared to a number who found him, despite his I grief and advanced years, to he bear- ing up. well, still retaining perfect( command of his faculties. Sir Charles drove in a carriage immediately be- hind the! hearse. The pull bearers were Chief Justice Sir Charles Tpwn- I fi IfllLLj ARE-NOMORE ARRESTEDFOR ATTEMPTED MURDER A Shooting Kmhm will take .some K v Monthly, May MACHINERV DISMANTLED AND BUILDING IS NOW USED BY THE CITY The Letlibi'Idge woollen mills are no more. The building is now known at, the city stores. After the City" Council definite decided to foreclose the mortgage on bcruVS-Miaiors Mi keen, D potting-, propeitv and compromise er, J McDqnald, Col Stewart, the guarantors of the companv, a JlcOratn the proceeded force of men was immediateh put to In the shores renovating the machinen on of tlie Urn through Dutch to St. .John's, cemetery where the re- nains were .laid, .to rest in the same ilacc where a daughter of Kir Charles and Lady Tupper was bur- first: and second floors, and storing it I in the The last .of it was 1committed on Saturday last, and the building is being used loi storage ed Sir Charles and Sir ,'harles Hibb'ert Tupper leave tomor- ow en route for Vancouver. THERESA AND WERE WERE TOO TICK 1 A workshop is already in operation in the building. 'Two'-'blacksmiths biue been engaged bj the city, and are now busy looking after'city" ma- chinery, y tools and other apparatus. Mayor Hatch considers that the city is effecting a large saving in tins-de- partment alone. The matter of a spur track-was one which troubled the city authorities considerably for, sonie. tim.e. Siipt- Cameiou of the Medicine Hat dm sion, wrote the council .that1 tiicK to the stoies would cost which the Council did not feerinclitt ed to pay However, Mayor'Hatclf'stated this morning that the company had looked over the ground since; that made to tlie council, and a track can be installed from the west end- of the a cost of This '-will be done with as little delay as possi ble, as the citj wishes to get H m working order before the heavy- ma- chineij foi biieet 'Uedlchic Hut, ,1.'Law )iii or. Button; Alia., ISO miles south of Seven Persons, was brought to thq this charged nt- emplerf uuirdei Byron Ka-rpeil, a neighbor of Law- oil's, is in the city hospital with a bill et. wound in the side of his head, as result. U is alleged, of Lawsoh firing :i him. The shooting took laco on Thursday night last. 1-1 a r ell1 was doing his chores for the uight, .and started up into the loft to throw down some hay. As ho went up through the hole in: the roof he hoard a pistol and a bullet Ptereed. his cap and passed into his head. He fell to the floor, soon able to move, and he summoned his neighbors; Who his assailant was, Harpeli did it know till SUurdaj noon Ihe dlflereut neighbors stood guard over the loft, while others summoned a ftlouutedt 'Policeman. Sergeant Har- per, of the local barracks, went out this morning and brought Lawsou1 in. From the time of-the shooting till the arrival of the officer, nothing was leard of ihe prisoner. Sergeant Har K-T did not but what ne, too, greeted with a bullet. Go- Hig up the ladder he put his hat oil a pushed'it.'- When it did not draw' a shot he and found the prisoner .feigning sleep. He had. hidden his 'revolver. so the. city today Ilarpell al- ile is suf- fering greatly from the wound. .The doctors will operate today .to extract the bullet Law sou will be a hearing this afternoon.' No cause Tor La'wson's act has yet been given. He has sen ed time, the local po lice say J aiuies A. aiiui track nill ateo be put I a1' or tioiujle tlie crystaltwd the of Secie- John r Burns to Oklahoma Citv some weeks ago, and all of the commercial taken it up and are joining Jieartil? effcats of the com- anfttae. to secure a geaeral co-opera- t'tion of plan. OMESTIC FRACAS IN QUONG JSANG'S RESTAURANT. ENDS 11 POLICE COURT There was an .ebony colored TOW at uong Sing's restaurant, about sK clock this Inch ended up police LOiut. Theresa White, dark nd shady of reputation, tite of it all .7 D Were and Mrs D, also colored, were the othei aracters in .the drama.of domestic ouhles It that-Theresa bas en alienating the affections of I f D, s husband, and the lattei lad} found it out The result ivaj. one bjg row, in which all three were mixed up, and in which Weie got a bump on thej sell the woollen I head from hib wifes shoe, he Irjiug to thiow her downstans At least that is Mrs lerfaiou of tlie stor.v Were-aud fhe White woman were both charged ijetCre Magistrate Bent lej creatiug a disturbance, and botli deeuiea it wise to plead The man was grven or wliile Tbcrtinba forced to pay and costs, and ghen twenty-four hours lo seek another nlacc of abode than Lethbndge LETHBRIDGE MAN TOILS Rr BRAKEMAN VINJR LEFT WIFE- ARRESTED IN BE.DEPORTED Thomas' A. Vi.ijer, pf .Lethbridge, until ;recent1y on. one of ft vt r, passenger trains, is, in Seed Oats HIM i .1.1. f> i i Delayed shipment of fine English Oats, germinating 96 per cent gov- ernment test. Also-a car of par- ticularly fine Seed Potatoes r ,1 v Hyde Saunders 2nd Aveuue, S. Lethbridge, Alta.1 more while all real estate agents report fairh brisk business in outside pro petty. in inside ties, on both bides of the line He is likewise in jail at Spokane, and w ill be ted at the of; his, term Viner left bere about six weeks ago, tiking with him'a Cardston gnl who had been "working m Phipps restanr ant there They went to Voncoirtei, where, if seems, :-Ymer left the. girl tendec mercies Qf the big coast c'.ty. lit-, then- inviegled himself into the good graces of a Vancouver girl, aud about to many liei, against her mother's ".wisties. when the bridge police notified the Vancouver police deparrment that was in that part of tlie' world, and was waiit- ed here-for wife desertion, Viner got word that the police were on his trail and looking up the Card j stbn crossed the line, only bnmp into than evei On Fnda One of the Three bootblacks appeared on which has been put through charges of lefiismg to take out heen ses They ivere toW to pa> over their good ten dollars todaj, or tbej would foe into serious trouble in the morn ing Tig baken' case was also on the docket, but was adjourned till mutual.consent. ___ PRESBYTERY MEETING HERE The of MacleoJ was in was, consummated Saturday wliPii r G Uiue'l look up hh op lion on the residential property of on the corner of 12lh bt S and 3id Tlie price paid the propertv being 7.i foil In net I hose inteiLsted in real estate are the announcement the C P R will session m St Andrews Chmch on the nnrkct the recenth arternoon, being called to take action j dniried Oatt noith ol tlie railwai It is thought tint cause quite boom, as on too lesignation of MI den, and appoint an interim modor.i tor.for the church. I yards tins mil Western Canada Carry in Stock POWDER, DYNAMITE, CAPS and FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIES PAINTS, OILS AND GREASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESS ROOFING IN ONE, TWO mi) THREE PLYS BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER NUTS, COACH SCREWS, ETC, ETC. 'QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN Western Canada Agency, Lid. FIRST AVE. fcOUTH ALTA j there is j tut; at the pre sent time. When .Viner is handed ov er to the police here, he. will be charg- ed with wife.desertion, and it is also likely he, will, face, charge) that ia white woman for immoral purposes Immigration Agent Humphries .here Ims heen notified of the deportation of Viner, but the exact date he will liind back here to face, these charges la not kuo'wn. Thomas; t. Traynor, 'D. J. McCof mick and r A Han, who have been attending the State f'onnci] of tin Knights of Columbus foi thib was .held in Kdmontoii'-oi Thurstiay returned .yesterday and-report, a very, suecessfnl conven tion. convention ..was attendee delegates from eveij local couiicl n the proyince, and many matters dl mportance to the society weie dls iod. Tlie main luisiness however, wat the election of State officers -Joi tbt ensuing- A couple of Lethbridge men weie tb'tha Slate''ev eciitive Those elected weie State M Sullivan Cil gan State Booth, Ed monton. Ed- u on ton. State Ciaigen, Gal ;aiv State Rosenthal, Lethbridge. Representatives to the National convention to be held in Colorado Spiings this summer, weie also cliofe eu in the persons of P. ir. It yah ami J Af Sulhvaii of with J T lolison, of Udmontou and D J Ale tormick of Lethbndge, as, alteinatefc iv tlie Pdmonton council entertained the i isiting delegates i five new members were initiated THE MARRIAGE REFERENCE STARTS SUPREME COURT HEARD FIRST ARGUMENT TODAY; ON QUES- TION SUBMITTED -BY DOMINION Ottawa, Out, JJav aigu m tlie mamage icference to the supreme court commenced this morn- ing bench was occupied bv nntricl, Aldington, IJuiT, An- ,lin The onlv ahstntce was Justice tiodeiu Ihe icasoii given was that e had declared w hen a member or -he Hous-1 of C otnmons that he itli Sir Allan lesworth's opinion that: the Dominion had no jurisdiction. The lollowimr cou isel was present rs L N'ewcouihc, representing the linister .Wallace Nesbitt and LaileiiL, lepresenting the afar a side ol the case for the govern- P J Mignaull and 3 J Ilel- luih for the negative R C Smith, nme fJeoffnon and Lemicuf or r H Hajlev a atchrng -hucf for Ontario1, h A sintastci, piotnotir oi the bill, ic ics nt and tollpvvcd closely iiie POLICE CENSUS FOR CALGARY CITY HAS PEOPLE ACCORD- ING TO ENUMERATION JUST COMPLETED to the mpor't'bffthe GIty Police enumerators who have been taking the Calgary Tor the past-few- weeks, the poplation ot on "May JO, The census .wns taken most carefully, cards be ins: issued to everv householder, who vvas asked to put dow n .the mimoei of persons, who slept In the dwelling on that date The Dominion gorcrnitfent census, ,iKen last jem gave Calgaij a popu lation and this caused great; deal of as it' W'as known to be taken in a careless a great many citizens being miss- ed -by the enumerators. These-tU.H-lQ people "all reside within the city lim- its. and a monster banquet trlilch was at tended hj 20D, was BOW ,n the TENDERS FOR THEJAR BARNS Tenders were .cul.lsd for on Sat- urday for the building of. the street railway car barns at the foot, of Fifth street. The tenders are to close on fune 1, and will fto considered immediately, Reid wishes to get the barng and shops ready for lite early In August, If al all possible The tenders for Iho steel building were awai ded some time ago to a United States firm thp cost be ing Altogether the building is expected to cokt in the neighborhood START WORK AT ONCE ON CHURCH Pliiiig for the new Roman Catholic Chinch be reached In the clti this week from Architect Hopkins, of Kdmonton; who is preparing u ric> set of plans for a church to cost not more than after v receipt of the plans, lendera bo called for the erection of. thei .building, and mem- bers of board staled this morning that work .would be starter! by July. Vat latest. MERELY CASE OF SWAPPING JOBS Winnipeg, Mas no ot ficial anouncement has i et beeh made, it ia known in legal elides generailv, that Judge Cumberland, of Brandon, will succeed Judge nobson on tbe King's Bench The was caused bj the appointment of Tudge Hcljson to the chairmanship of the Manitoba Public Utilities com- mission Judge Cumbeiland was trrsl selected for the Utilities conunission- ership, but refused, owing to none too robust health. itmcnts R V for' Quebec, tl e objection of jurisdiction ,imi Look exception lo section two it llc- reeicnce dealt with the or otherwise ol mam performed in Quphec He was interrupted in Ins, argument by the Chief Justice, who said it would lie bettct to the question n[ junsdiction until .ifter -.thp conclu- sion of the arguments Wallace but commenceil the aignmcrt !or the rominni CROSSED POND TO MARRY New hi ides to be from Scotliind ami .Irelaiuf, reuched New York today on the'steam er Caledonia, from of the voniiE women were bound fm nts west the Slisiissippi and southwestern Canadian territory. -1 ot BETTER USE LETHBRIDOE COAL May :o j-he .ten- per' cent increase in- wages to the onthracito coal strikers n the, Uniteil States, it is practically idmlttort cohl doilcrs here that jrlcu.of hard coul In the :wlll )C railed.. The" advance in N'ew York hns Hlrcailx IKTII nnnollnrrd nn ten. 1st, ulien Jie conit rose for V <111 UK for dnip pine men VIG new the OL. 'Men .can ,heal cont 'the' tone feelh come feellt nbot get f you fotir mone kidnc H litilld REMOVE WIRES FROM STREET Supt Reid of thp elcctilcal deput ment, has a Torcc (it men at work re-moving; the uires from the poles on Fifth street South The new cuunts ai'p now In the lane between Fourth and Fifth sheets All poles ttill remoied Crom Fifth stieet except the street steel poles, on ivliich the Jlghtlng sjslcni LICENSE, REDUCTION' IN ST. THOMAS SI Thomafe Alav J5 Tbe t-emper ancc people .have decided to submit a bylaw Tanuan to i educe the hotel licenses in fit. Thomas from shteen to ten, and shop three to (no Petitions be cir culated once askins the citv coun cil to submit the PUTTING SURFACE 4 ON PAVEMENT The Eloto- Paving Co., after 4 M dclaj tit several days caused bv trouble their mixing began work thin after- noon In surfacing the ment on Sixth South. J l J. D Iligiu'bolbam i Co Ltd 11 p to ilaf di ugoihtf.. ImA'c si 01 ed ]ionil Tlicy liax o iinpoitc.d large stock of tlui French Tonic, VIGOROL and Jun c beeji made solo agenl foi Every bollle guaranteed (Being always on .the lookoii for the best in everything'in tlie drug; line, Mr. Higinbotham hts placed in stock a large consign meiil of the Groat French-Tontr Every- day.natiirc is prov iding in f, ifh tomethlng The latest hiodlcme on irkctin AVEAK and RUN-DOWN" Women and Children ,can now be made and leallhy.- Every home, ehould JonU'fci a the" Tonic that Tonic. iThs nn Is aj- once That tired, drugging feeling disappears and life be; comes a joy. If you not just, feeling yourself, go to .T. D. Hlg: In both urn Co.'s drug store and. get a bottle of VIGOROL If you don't feel betterjh twenty- fotir hours, go back and get yoiir; money. VIGOHOL nets on (he.; kidneys, Ifver and blood, il flesh and ayatem Price 00 riei bottle. ;