Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
PageS THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, May 2S, "Every Woman SfiouW Take "Fruii-a-tiKes" CHARTER GRANTED A NEW ROAD WITH IMPOSING LIST OF DIRECTORS 1911 UvKEtEY, ONT MAY "Kindly pub'.isli tliii letter of if yod thiak it benefit ether worcc iclwi ti sa itb tiie 1 havcljadm tlii but Am cow, lo of. It xsuij rai belief that every %-ouiao slxwM tiVe "Fruit-a-tix-es" if the lo ketp htrselt in gcxxl health. F-efoie laticp rras truyblcd with what com- as "Senes" CT NtfrvousacEs. Thi5 Nervousness brougM on most atUcts of Kick Heedache, for winch 1 vis cor.' c laotly ta ti ng d without enTpcnnaneatrtlief.-. CocHipstionvras clsba so-ji cc- of firtal t rouble to me and for nliich the saij "1 hive to take medicine aH my hut all these trou- bles aoj ncnv I am it Ticll -rcomaii" Mxs. FRED. GADKH. 5-5C ahox, trial size. 35c. At dealers or sent prepaid on receipt of price Fruil-a-tivei Limited, Ottatnu P3LES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY3 Your druggist will retund money it PAZO O1NTMEXT'fails to cure any tnso of licbiag, Blind. or Protrudlns Files In 6 to 14 days. APPARENTLY HAD RUNNING RE VOLVE'R FIGHT WITH BUR- GLARS DURING NIGHT A. P. Kcttti) j May Railway Couiutesion ot the Comaions 10- approved a bill lo incorporate a .wisttrn railway ;o be as the Canadian North- upslern IlMtway company. There U A formidable array ol and three English Lords. They are Lord Howard Dewaldeo. Lord Clinton and Lord Montague, of Beaulleu. W. F Mercan Jr., of Paris acil Xew York, IB another big .dirtrlor; Fied K Baker and Harry K. UrLtuin. of London, both described as directors of companies, are aUo named as The cori.oratiou's capi- tal Is The road pro- to run from Winnipeg to Manitou. thence ihrough Manitoba aud Saskatchewan to Lelhlridge. The road then norths tbi to Xorth Battlefard, 2CT03E lo Prince Albert to Le Pas, thence south through UaupMn to Brandon, acrrss asain lo Manitou and to Doaiinlon City, The line proposed thence goes northeast- erly to Glencross and Allooaa and back to Winnipeg. ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO ROAD SAiD TO BE HAVING WORRIES ToWo. May executive com- mittee of ex-Premier Count KaUura's new part> loday issued a Btaiciiledt declaring that the present SALADA Tfc if Mty lilac, teristks if this FMMUS EA. Maek, tmd LEASE IHE St. May St. Louia and Francisco Railway is" ID fi- nancial trouble. At noon eater- day it became ktowu in financial cir- cles tbst perilous befns pre- pared for appointment of a re- ceher and ihe scuroina abo-Ji ol at- torney a repcfswtlag various toierests ftartfJ rumcrs that this proceeding voutd be opposed, These rumors were vprlfled in part wheu ihe formal appolntmeul vas presented to Jutlze Sanborn late la ite afternooa. The objcctioos of Attoineys nunn aud Xagel, rep'esentlng c creditors ihat men in no way connect. ed viih the railroad be selected, not pmall. acd Mr. West and P dect Wmchcfl appointed. The North American compan; understood lo hold collateral on Us loan of 3 400.000 all the Sre mon- gSffi bor.d5 OD the railroad's federal land grant oi acres to zcsa and acd first mortgage bonds of thc New Or leans, Texas and Mexico R- R. Co., a subsidiary of tho Frfcco. The ficancial difficulties ot thc rail- road are oi long standing and are attributed in pan. to the southwestern floods of tnit and 1912. fa nhfrh the roads sufteTei severe lo fccreasEd wages'of the railway cm- plojees, and to the lightening ot money. Tee ownership of the (Joicago and Illinois, U is ?aid, At present McKeown ft L'P. hold has proven a financial drain on the parent system. Tbe Louis and San Francisco 1 AGITATION TO HAVE PRIVILEGE OF RENTING PORTIONS OF BLOOD RESERVE For a long (line there has been a movement on foot to tbe acres of the most fertile land of Southern Alberta, known as the Tllood Reserve, to thc fanners of the south. The answer has alwayn ifasen that .this could not bo .without tbe unaniaiooE. coosent of the. But heretofore the. government has always leased a large portion or the reserve to ranchers, receiving there- for, about one cent per annum per cere. At present McKeown ft L'P. hold the and ba-.o sublet It to Gor- don, Ironsides and fares, the Winni- peg cattle dealers. U was "on this R. ihoufib o'd line, Ipajj leas- tract of land that tbe Winnipeg firm ed to the Atchisoa, Topefca and Santa! ran a herd of several thousand head Fe. ID 1S95 tbe road again became j if Mexican steers a couple of years iudepeoilEct. At that time Its mileage ago. ras ahoui 35P'J miles. Four years Vancouver, B. C., May Constable. James Archibald, former- ly a member of the Winnipeg force, found dead on a vacant lot on Powell street this morning He hid two bullets in .the heart. Inyfsliga- ilbn is being-made- It is-suppasrrf that Archibald, vilio went out at o'clock midnight to ansuer a call acd failed to" report, met ber- plars-vfco apparently raTisac'icd! thc "-..offices of trie Hastings Shingle Manu- facturing Co-', and in thc tunning fight which followed, u as shot to ceath. There were signs ol a glp cm the lot -where Ihe body was I the extensive economies and found by Scrgeabl Cample 1 tcdar, trative refcnns which it brought Archibald leases a Widow and tn-o children. He joined tbe force here a little over a year and had been a tUiyisreg policciuaa lor 18 months previous. He had a good reputation could not be relied upon to settle the j it the Kansas Cltf, California alien laud ownership ques-jFort and .MempVI5p extendin; tion, and adding that after a confer- ence with Count Katsura, who is con- valescent from a recent the had decided to adopt Its from Kansai City to Birmingham, Ala. and in 1904 acquired the Chicago and Eastern lllir.ois. lu 1003 Ihe Kriico became merged inio the Rock system. The merger continued until but in propaganda with regard to the pule. There.are ibdlcations that tbe op-_ that year the Frisco passed Into the position par.ies in Japan are utilizing bands of its owners.! the -California problem to discredit the.Yaoiamofo ministry and further interests. 'The cabinet. is generally conceded to be la a strong position! the public, ehleSr because of j about.' INCREASING MINES CAPITAL IE ME The lease expires in July next. The farmers In the vicinity of thc reserve border desire, that tte lease 'be not on cipiry. Thfy wish to have the prhiJege of Icaiitig small tracts" for farming and ranching pur poses, and woiild he willing to pay from five to efgbt cents per acre per annum. About" acres of the land arc available for this purpose, There are oh the and.ey.en though thous- ands acres were leased, there oa If.e Vaccouur force. WILL MEET TOMORROW ,-Ttie LolbbrEdsc Wlllard Union -m nitet In SL JIary's Hall1 at o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Tbe Provincial government iOn-" tarioj bas taken up thc. study of the vaga'pes of the'Grand River mitti a Sievl to flood prevention. p. ChTi- tie. an engineer oE the Hydro-Electric Commission, with, a staff o' three as- eutaaEs, Is iiucbarse. Toronto, May.' the annual meeting of Uorne Mines yesterday, it was decided to Increase tbe capitalisation from to j ID tea dollar shares, and to THEATRICAL TROUPE PUT ON LIVELY STUNT ON CROSSING THE'BORDER' Rpotane, MJLT Review ys ui troupe oi would sliJI be of room. 'Memorials .being prepared by ie faroaers th'e district In the vicinity.'of-the ivhlch TVJII be forwarded lo tfeeVdepartintnt of In- affairs, Ihe above f acts. Hon. D oncan Marshall i li also be T memorialized, the farmers seeking his aid irr'ufe Tbe Indians are said to h'ave held meet- ings, when of the big- tease crplRiced to thtoi and dtciared-m favor of the small leases. IESUO as much only for the additional villc pcrforir.crs, who-will appear stock as vlH actually be required for the Orpheuin, part of whom tbe enlargement of the forty staran arc 'staying al thc I'cnnington ar.d mill lo 1C-0 stamps, and to provide the lht remainder at the t'osut d Alcnc. Mwssaiy auxiliary nlaat. hpltl a demonstration Friday- morn- ai IJ. C'., a1? the toun- Tambly was Dismissec iContlnueJ from front, MINERS 10 IFF AT be Important llath- Uniform Cou- Inu-ts will be Discussions Oue of the most important, conven- tions In the history of ihe labor enienl among western coal miis- ers will be ueld In Great Falls en June 2, "nhen from all districts of the United .Mine Workers ot America will gather representatives for the pur- pose of considering matters of mutual Interest. District No. IS, with head- (juarterfi at Fernie, and in which No. 571 is the second largest, vriil have a couple of dele- gales. I'uiform contracts bo one of (he subjects to receive close atten- tion. It was mentioned at ihe annual conrention of District IS here RSI nlntcr in an address by a fra- icrnal de'egale from ol the coast unions. .At that lime he expressed tbe belief that miners in the would be in a better position to force their claims in all workiag agree- ments in all the districts expired con- currently. Then, if a strike were de clared in one district, other districts jld refuse to sign an agreement until such lime as the matters In dis- pute in the striking district nere set- tled satisfactorily. The delegates to (he February convention were of the opinion that the suggestion would be feasible, and It alll therefore be giVen serious consideration in Great flails neu week, Anothf r matter to bo discussed will be uniform mining lans. Although these are controlled bj- tho various siaies and provinces independently, [t Is believed that suggestions -from i? workers themselves would resule [p great good. Market conditions also come in for discussion. Market conditions have a distinct bearing on tbe con- ditions under which miners work and if anything can bo, done to make these market conditions such that miners in all districts mar have a more uni- form working season, it Kill he'done. J. 0. Joues, acting president of Dis- trict IS, U, il. W. of A., is lu the city today. It is'likely that be and Inter- national Board Memfier Reese of "Fer- nie will he delegates to the Montana convention. llr. Jones said he was not at lib- C7ty to state unlil after the district board meeting in, Frank tomorrow, who were nominated (o. contest the election for the presidency of thr; dis- trict. However he celteved that Smith ot Fernie was the only nominat- ed to opfoso the-re-election of Clem Stuhbs. 0 READ WHAT THOSE .WHO VSf "LIQUID JSU.LPHUR" SAY Mr little boy. Riciard roflered fcom Inflammatory ttaa tor. two !3) We tried 'uraral Doctors bat tfielr medicine i'.t Kit him. We heard o( "LIQUID .SOLPflUR" and bought l boltle. II CM entirely ccred film- J use it foi tH mr children is i Medicine would not be without il ID the o any tnoiey. I wish to thank you for the suffer- lot It his relieved In our home Mrs. Xuttlns. 1838 1st Atenye V. Vancouver, B.C .1 lo tell K. A. Smith, counsel for the ac- cused, that the ,k'eys were of a common txpe of blank or pass atte. The performance, staccd OD wouu nrobably fit many rear platform of, thc observation rim locks. The magistrate caused the rcsWenls ol Kingssats to (hcught that inspector Skelton should nock to thc station to discover a sksleton key- when he saw Jiad broken looss, and brought all cne the other passengers on the train to! the scene. Mr. Kellas admitted that tbe keys were on sale In hardware, stores as The participants in the celebration or Mr. THRIVING NEW TOWN GROWING ALL RE- VEL IN BRIGHT PROSPECTS Ilellaw, May :ou see how fast wheat is growing since the warm weather carae? That's because are memhetF of the Xelu'a Scars s nothing of the altempled-'TObberrl' the attached it to the car plallenn ratl- ing. The silken emblem was Juried and filled ith floitcrs gath- ered at a station beyond ar.d jusi as the train crossrd thslinc the hal ds v.erc reirased and brother mys all'rojr with i t dag allowed to Hoat on- the breeze, -.-eai -.torosch _ ___......... Alter erery mitt 1 rro-ili be sick or .aistrensd. .1 co'ilJ not find any re- lief until I triad "Uguld Sulphur." After taking It a I began to !n thc KaV'e 5( speeding train. As the hiokcrj loose from >ts bindincs one of the.woxen inemoers of the troupe mounted the railing ar.il played the national an- feel better now, (T taken leas them "on a cornet, uhilc thp male 1 inembrts Joined in tuih a fusiladc. erer. felt fn my life, f can eal hearty meal v.-ithoul any or srcJrqssa. i .Seeing on' the that it waa good-for recommended lo mr. brother; Etzeaia on t'on, as a way the program, prcpsrcfl in a spirit oi fun than Any- elfe, v.as a pdlriolic inspira- thc passengers and tram- both hands and JI5 or J20. men in the- car Mood at atlrnlicn (o gel rid of it. Tbe r'Mquld amJ bared We from their heads vr.en thc first relieved toe strains u! thc 'Star Spantlrd Han- You Will Cold Uting "LIQUID SULPHUR .oi SUtiFKuR" iodoiieB a irienii V j.. ItOest IB the fact tbit IU recommtnfls It yoiir druggiRt or by. mall lo customers. Battle DISPLAYS AT: J; D. Higinbofhain Company, entirely Ucimont, nnc of everyone thc at lhc how good yojr remeil} d. jcslcrday. "Up art all Thomas L Kvana certainly m-ide tin- Main Vancouver B, C. to gel batk lo our natue circumstances a dramatic sctUnj to the situation, ol course, tut T rio r-ol believe fhs most phlegmatic- Yankee could have re frgjr.cd Ircm joining in vthcn Old Glory was Run; lo ihe htcv'e and Ihe cornclist p'a.vcd the national friend 'Company. Arkeil vlllaue has had Iho unusua csrericnce of a diarnshd tl'ji> celebrated at and .Mrs, Nit hoi. Mr. case was Thc case of Srrilth. who s_tood charg- ed with Iho ibefl'ol one.'ibllar from tlic perfon of; one was1 dis- missed, aad Smith was ver- dict of Tambly "and Smith boib to face a charge of robbery v.-ltb violence from the person of Pat'. rlc-k Haran. on Frldaj .triel.r Irhl will i.-.ke place In the niji h h aving criminal LetH- rhlge. Erccst AiKin.'on, a night tfal was found guilty at the murder of ills Nife, Are firm if ii pure and clein ind 'if liutt kcause tVe'tfoceH. know Wln-Uor Tal-fe -17, SOR SALT 160 acre farm northeast of KcMaw one jear ago, has 220 acres plwv already. Kc doesn't thlnli the: is r.nv inoney In idle land. Now w (he c.'ira at tfoors it l paj IT some otl.er farmers follow his 'e; ample. Sir. Fred Jor.es, aged 51, died at 1 am. Sunrhij.'Uie ISih. He was Mrs Will Koarns' lathtr. He liail Veen grt-at sufferer 'torn asthmn. Plenris set in anil Dr. U'on-icock, Sunrllal, via called, but found It nas too late as h hcycnd human afd. Thc relative and friends sincereat In iticlr loss. Mr. 1'erk, mt.iager of Ihp Lumber Co, and U. 0. Vaughn, man ager of the Farmers' Supply Co., wc-r bumirjg gonlicrs on the farm of C. V which Joins the townslte o Hellaic. They hilled 50 with 10 .32 short, targit nflea. The report lots of Inn and the fun result in great gocd. Shenard has hh bar finished. Mr. Uoraey and Otcar Xc son did Ihe vork. Tlia lumbcrmc arc-busy selling Inumher Ihefe da) new stock, four tig came Ihrough from Taber wild feel on Saturday, It would pay some one who has th means-lo come to ilctlaw. which he tbo main between c.ilgar Medicine Ifat and a boy some oears years to Sound, drtipilewi stumbtris a boon beyond no reason why.you should not. slsep the sleep of children ii you rest on a mattress. It Is not tneiely the finest Curded Colton, into txaratiful doK-ny by tpttrtal Autpir.aiic machinery-. It's clean, sanitary, -soft and yielding, yet firm hygienic support Of conrot-your dealer. etUc.tt M fce values high- class H you any cUFRoulfcy in getting It write us acd-nt-will-tcJl-yDU STAMCO LIMITED SASKATOON ependcrit munlclpalitj of McLean, to at once grounds for at ftetlaw, also grounds to e'used as dnraping grounde.' the pleasure of attending he meeting held by toe Untied Pami- rs of Alberta on the 24th at fimn- oa's barn, also of hearing sir. Wood- ridge, secretary of tbo U. F. A., dis- uss sonjc of the problems "we o contend with, and to say Ihat he Is rested is putting It very mildly. Jis address was listened to with rapt .Uention.by the greit of ladles ind Inefr husbands who horno irond that they are members of so great a co-opcrallve movement. Am- mg tte subjects ban died M ere tlio irices ive get for what we have to ell and how it is possible to get more: also the prices v-e hare to pay or what we to buy, and how hese prices may be reduced. While mile attention Is taken o? J. F- A. pcoplu of-thc merclal the day will soon bo ;erc wnen they .will feel the "ground :hey Bland on tremble. Rctlaw lo have a cieamory this all. There is also some assurance of a .eloator in near 'uhirc. Thpro wtir DC a bis dance In th averaiu hall Friday cvcntnE, May Now the seeding U ail done and tbe crops tookicg will dance for joy. .The -Farmers' Supply Co. general store i is the only store in their tme e yet. They all they can ear iired'Ofja crop of Xo, I grain, and ihfs .mfiang tltar many n poor hompsicndcj? vilT be imt on (_, and 'able to pay, all he owes. It 1 AlnertA JiapPX and bios- iom'llke.a rose, and Inrgc.u-lil all up and'fake nolico. yestwday, jn .dlsousslng ho charge made'by-Dr. ol Now York, "aho maintained that the eruin had aggratated tuberculosis. "Our natlents at the sanitarium lave done sstd. "They doing woll beiorc Dr. FrledmanR cairie and have continued -to attribute .the progress, not to" Fried-, maon, but to the treatment tboy havo received before and after the injec- tion. I understood that some of the patients not under my control ftive done I ha.ve no definite lr.' forma lion on that subject." ALLIES MAY FIGHT SalonllcL May ir.oat severe tension still exists between the Greek and Bulgarian armies facing each olher %o.uw distance norlh of this city. Several clashes during shots were oxchanRcd occupied yc-s- lerrlay and "today. The (Jrceks ac- cuae "the Bulgarians ol assuming tiio lUv.'Dr, Ramsay, of Knoi Presbycerian Church, Ottawa, for six- teen jears. has resigned. May Frle.lmannj cure had no t ft eel one way or so far as T naye nAl notlctd thai'lho srnm has ac- the dlpcfifte; In fatE, 1 don't ihink it baa 11 provMl of the patients." The was made by FJr. ir.cdkai snperlnUVdtnt of liie Every Woman Should Use That splendid, pleasantly bubbling ulotea organs tlcls ihe Clo6d of Impurilicfc. checks and vigorous heillh reward ihs Jaily use ol Abtey'J Effervescent Sail. Tak: A Bottle Home To-day.