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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fatre S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILt REKALD Thursday, Mav 20.1913 WHEN YOU WANT A CHANGE Frum Meal TRY Some of Our Pickled Tongue Pickled Pork OR Corn ef We have ;i fivsli ship- ment of imported SWISS C'UEKSK Try. it. G. A. Delany I'hune 45'2 I ffl FEME IHEMY ALLIES INSTRUCTED TO SIGN PRE LIMINARY GARIANS TICKLISH TASK L-ondan. May b certain tbit tte trealj of peace bc- tot-t-n lie Balkan allies is to be sign- ed at thd British foreign. oC'ce bj the peace delegates of Ihe iiiicus states concerned tomorrow. H'jitaiia ana Turkey boih de- finitely decided to sign tbe document in deference to the wishes of Sir Kd- Grey, the British foreign HON. ROBERT ROGERS S.AID THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL IS MERELY INDISPOSED Oll'awj. Miv 5J.-1U the com- mons this mornmg Sir Wilirld l.aur- icr reminded lion. Robert Bogus uho was leadicj the house, that the sovornmer-.t had promised to m.lVc as lo which bills itry. tbere Is llll'.e doubt thai thcj on ttf paper be pro- olbe'r tbree allies. Servia. Greece and vvilh this session. Mr. Kogfrs Montenegro mil do likewise. said that l.c loe'.v that some cl Ihe Greece and Sema uesire lo add al bills K considered while oth- prolocol to ibe treaty as drafted byjrrs would be dropped. I'romer Uor- lhe> Earopwm powers dealing with the'e'en would IT tack iu lhe house this Irjuestioa of amnesty and the co.-iven- suit would mate- a state- Tens to be clwr peace shall I mm! I to e been concluded. lUm. Uodc-lrAc I.cmrcuv said that I bo.eier. ob'ecls to tte ad- it was again reported that the post- ejr3 I h'ave been troub- led wltti sore and tender feet: Filffared Intense Have nad the asatslance of pbyaiciaos Tv-ltiiout relief. I bought a bos of T32 which worked a perfect cure, as It has with a great many of my Irlencl3. I would not bs without F. Dreul- zer, Chicago. T1Z la not a. oowder. Powders anil other toot remedies ciog up the- iiorea. TIZ draws out all exudalTons which bring on soreness of the feet, and Is the'only remedy that does. You'll never limp again or fep face in pain, and yoa'll forget about jour corns, bonloni arid calluses. You'll feel t Aew person. Theie aro 'tito kUids of people In the what tad that get Tbat tome- tooe elte n-ants to give them. Be you aik for TIZ get lautii at-the substitute. VlJZ-ta" tar 'at all drug and general cents per boi, or it' Trill be sent you If you Money back If TIZ ittt not do all. He'My.' frte frfil 'piilage today to ..TVsltef. .luther. Cs., -Cblcako. '.i si schools, and are displayed in'thc well hghled auditorium of Central schcol. These tho public are invited lo in- spect before the final choice is made. Three pictures vill he hung in each room of tbe schools to add Inspiration to tbe of tbe pupils in Iheir anlstlc studies. But probabl; more interesting than the, exhibition o! the work of the old ttaste'rs will be' Ibe display ol already accomplished by the pupils under Ihe dluctlon of Miss N'immons art Instructor for all tbe schools Miss Nimmoii! has succefied Bonder fully la her Korfe tbe pupils their crayon and water color drawings being comparable-n-ith those ol tbe p-jplls who hare undergone a regula of Icstruclion in arl in schools of much larger cities. The o the pupils of different grades h exhibited. Tbe drawings will not b selected, but will the work o those the natural artistic taler. alongside that of those who have hai to acquire the taste for drawing. Ths whole display is Interesting an should draw large croVds for Ih next two evenings. London, Onl.r May writ by J. M. Mv acting on behalf o( A. E Nutter, form er city architect, against C. N Graham, for unstated damages slander. Thr. case will hft heard the autumn assizes. be writ is tbe outcome of IcUmx alidad lo have been made b Mayor Graham at the work of Mutter in connection with the cou houts and ]ail repairs. Thos. Cousins lias been appointed puty collector of inler.d revenue at udon. WQ WOMEN Veg- etable Compound Did For Their Their own Statements Follow. Hilibnrton, hid doctor arnine me and lie said I bad falling nf is womb, so have been taking Lydia E. Pinlehim's Vegetable Compound and t done me lot of good. All the pains have vanished. May transportation problems engaged tbe attention of the Commons totey. In connection with the consideration ol the esti- mates of tbe department of public works and railways. Throughout the afternoon the item under considera- tion was the lole of nineteen mill- ions to cover tho estimated expendi- ture for the year on the National Transcontinental Railway. Hon. George P. Grabam in Ions speech criticized the minister ol rail- nays for baving contented to a change in the standard of grades on tho un- completed section of the Winnipeg- Slonclon section, lie maintained that Ihe substitution ol a large number of momentum grades along the route would militate against tbe efficiency of the route. Operating railway men ba said, had informed him that tept when all conditions arc normal these grades would reduce the haul- ing capacity of the engines, increase the liability of accidents and the wear and tear of the The Defence Hon. FranV t'ochrane In bis reply quoted lhe opinion of several promin- ent engineers, including Mr. Tyc, for- merly chief engineer of the C.P.H. See our windows ..and promptly, as sixes will not last long Remember Friday and- Saturday only, and special prices, cash.only. Yon properly, iittecl, by buying slices in a shoe leave old ones for repairs.' The Foot 3rd Ave. S. W. J. Nelson ,Co. Sherlock. Bmlding; Site Generously W.C.T.U. Enjoyable ol' Grannm ave gmincd ten pounds in weight, the iicharga is all gone, and I feel belte ban 1 have for alonetime. IllinVany vomin il foolish to suffer I did fo he sake of a few dollars. Yon ui long enough to get a Aa long >i I hid on my back I would feel bellsr, but when I would gettip those hearing down fains would come And the doctor said 5 female trouble. I.ydia E. P'nkham's Vegetable Compound was the only rr.tdicinf that belped me and I hsve been growing stronger ever linco 1 to take it I hope it will i.-lp other rjfTtrinc women ts it mo. iV.i thi! Ctsv.r. I LLOYD, Moorefidd, Cluk lo tbe effect thai ibe new grades on the X. T. H- v.ill not in lhe slightesl degree reduce the hauling'capacity of tbe engines and that the change in the grades by reducing the cost of construction and thereby tbe Interest charges, constitutes a good business proposition. The minister maintained that momentum grades were prefer- able in connection with new construc- tion and tbat II vis more profitable to do tbe levelling up after lhe road had sagged lo a permanent basis; Aa the upshot o! a short wrangle Mr. tho minister salil angc had been decided upon as of Joint ucommendations nmlasloncr anrl Gordon the chief engineer. Ames defended'the change, ig that the grades .could changed after Ihe road bad. stilled at comparatively small During the consideration ol a vote of half a million for French Riter improvements, Hon. Robert Rogers announced that a commission wouli In all probabillt> named1.-fo make a report as to Ihe commercial no33 billly of tbc Ocorsiart flay canal be fore the aorlc Is proceeded -wllh. Cranum, May C. T. U ladles held their conundrum suppe: on tbe 22nd as scheduled. The even Ing's entertainment opened with short program, every number of whi was above tbe average. Tlie ladle were, fortunate enough to secure for the occasion the assistance of Rlngroso, t! Claresholm, elocutionist, and .Miss Harrison, also of Ctnre.'bolm, Eoloisl. Needless fo Ea> their num. bera were much appreciated by tho audience. Rut It remained, licrlln, Onl barbers have boMte J.-TICC or h-fir-cms from z unit, to Uke elfecl June 2. The Thres Maiils oi Ixc" to ake the house completely by storm. [be transformation scene perfect nd Irresistibly funny. A debate on woman's suffrage, finished the pro- gram. It is hardly lo add :hat the womr-n von out Then sup- jcr was called, and the waiters de nurcly handed around menu cards in conundrum. Man> of the orders were most laughable, maybe a cup of tea a of an onion and n looll pick would be Iho result of a laboriou order. The whole affair si as moat gratlfj Ing: tbe turn out, there being well 01 to a hundred present; lhe en jojable lime, and last but not leasl the receipts of the supper, thiti some oollara Another Joint meeting of Ihe ftoclt Coulee and .lumbo Valley Presbyt' ian congregations was held lo con Elder the adUsaMlliy nf prcctcdln with tbc plani for crcr-tlng a churr ible In order to sec amount could be raised, and in tbe meantime o see about securing a church site rom F. -Matheson, opposite the neu C.'M. R. UreriEitc. This last nas quickly Mr. Matheson gen- erously donated the site. Fire enough lo occasion consider- able excitement blazed up about 2 a.m. Monday in one of the eraniy fbacks ne3kt lo Wae Kee's laundry. Tbe chemicals soon quenched it. how- eter, and no great damage was done. The "patter, patter of the rain" these last two days has been the sweet- est of music to hundreds of ears in Ihl; part of thn country. The crops haie not been suffering for lack of so far, hut tbe cutworms had begun to v.-ork and it Is hopcil that the rain will cheek May showers we all. Our people still continue lo go east. On Frldaj morning Dr. D. S. and Mrs. Mitc.Miilan and llttlo' son, slarted oft. Dr. MacMillan Is going In order to be with bis father who is ser- iously lit. This morning M. n. Mathcsoo and Ife of .liirolxj Valley, left lor Tor nlo fo attend the meetings of :ncral Assembly ol Ihe fresh; tenar hurcb.' Mr. Malbeson is one of th' fflclal commissioners of High Rlvr 'resbjtery as well as tho represents nt this congregation. to ecriptloti list around as soon as A r.ow central "college for Ihcolog .al work at Jionlrcal is to be creclc ty lhe four denominations, which hav .ecu cci optratlng since last fall London, May a pnrlod ol ompatative calm tbe Euglish rial world I? distnrbert by a series of xtensive labor disputes which roken cVt in the midlands. The un- est takes the form generally of a pmand for a Minimum by Iho in'cliiljrd _ wo.rkers.' la nearly ase the atrika was be-gun without giving notice lo the cmiilorors. It is estimated are on strike or ockcd oul. Tbe carters' strike at ilradford led lo aoveral exciting con- flicts with l.he police yesterday. MOUNTED POLICE CHANGES in lhe general orders received by Supl. .Wilson of K division, R.N.W.M P., for tho month, official notices of lhe promotion of Inspector C. II. West to the rank of superintendent at Mn- plc Creek, and of Inspector Macdonalrl ot Fort Saskatchewan." to tile BUJier- inlemlcnc) of division wurc Included, but no mention nas midn of the, transfer of Supt Wlhon to Cal- gary. Tlie transfer of Inspector Clcn- erouv from llnltleford lo was confirmefl. .THE WHITE STAR LINE'S eW'OLYMPIC" nrrED WITH DOUBLE SIDES AND ADDITIONAL WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS EXTENDING FROM THE c BOTTOM to tte TOP OF THE VESSEL Yt'lllSlil ffo-nNl-Yrrfc Rfiul.rly Th-tr.lur June 14, 2 p.m., and July S STAR LINE, 333 MAIN 3THECT, -WINNIPEG ;