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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta U THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, May PLEASE MY'nsnMONUL So Olker Ssifsiers Will TaVs "fiiit-i-liiis" All B! Ccici Gratituir l-eirtieit gnliliije jrc-xpted Ija- is wis so ihanVf ul to t U ei" lor restoring lier to thst sheg'-iily her Idler to be p MADE HEROIC ATTEMPT AT CAR- ING FOR LITTLE OIRL HIT BY TRAIN cair.rd ACAUt YALCftt LAMQLDIt ST. ROJCTAU.SSIS., SEIT. ijrd. 1911. "I pleasure in eUliug Ihit I jtave of revere Dyspepsia Chrcnic Cocs'Jpatiou by using 1 wis terrible t-irlerer for I relay tud I tried eiery remedy 1 'I heard of, 120. also Vtesled by rihyncUai Tvlthoiit toy permanent 'bectSts. Then I tried and this fruit rawjicice lias comslflelr cured both the Cosstipaticn Indigestion. I ctnnol praiie "Fruil-a-tivss" taougV. MADAMS VAtERB LASC1OIS. joe. box, 6 Wai KIC ajc. At or seat poi'.raid on receip'. of priet by Fruit-i-tlrtt Limited, id, Mav 31 Allww) bis popularity in coa 'l a cuiiota atterapl mails iiy him to s'-ccur a little was lie iicuui ot a railway accident uhiif the vas Irom lo Madm. The woman ujs ia ibatge d thi- station at IMioU eiidruil) lowt that tie see i-ijl train conieriog King Alfonso was expected ar.d sie al lowed her small ilavghtrr to ?U> ideally on the track nent to steep and ll.e driver of the engine did no see Ler in lime lo pull up before the engine struck her, inflicting a serious v.-oiir.d 03 the bead kuocViag her oH tbo lite. Alfonso, siir'ng at the wh.don- o! his saloon car, saw the child ifcroun alongside Ibe tract and be imrnediatelj juaftd tbe open lur.dow "ftilfcout waiting for the train to stop. The train proceeded sistr yards before it hid stopped and uteL the alarmed members ol bis majesty's suite reached him tbey found Alfonso standing on the track with the httle girl in hts arms, try- ing to staunch the flow of blood. The child tfas altenrards conveyed to the King's train acd to a hospital. DON'T WAIT Till your family the Protect Your Faiaily 8Y USING Lethbridge Creamery Paiteuriied Milk Cream It can be relied upon as being alaolu'.ely Pure Clean, and of uniform Delivered anywhere In the city. Phone 584 FEW CHANGES IN T ME Better Service on AWersyde Line-Trains Still Connect at Maclecxi Very cblajfs' of art noted in the new summer time title pat iisufd by the C.P.R. trat- fio department, at least insofar as Lethbridje station is roaeercel. No new trains are added, and none tal- en oil. One change, however, is sche- duled which' will br welcomed by l.ethbridje people. The time eta l.ethbridge and C'algarr over the Al- dersvde line is reduced netnetn thir- tjr ui forty minutes, the CITY IS SUFFERING FROM IN NOT DECIDE ON FILTRATION PLANT the LONDON RECALLS FAMOUS FRIGATE FIGHT IN BOSTON HARBOR IN 1812 the trip now file hours. HERE! MEN OF Moderate Hair 10 tWIIZE THE t. C.' LIBERALS. RE-AFFIRH PRES-. F.NT WILL CON- SIDER INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM -l ner-elstoic, B..C., Slav At tbe lorenoon BCisioc o! the B..C. Liberal tbe" plattorm was London, May secor.d edi- torial in the Times this nioming is on the ceatenart ot the fight betwiea Shancoa aid (he Chtsapcate. It sajs "Tbe. famous ensagemenl of Boston Harbor between the Shannon and the- Chesapeake mil te the most cotable and for Uritisb the most slonous siajle action in tbe. of 1512 betiveen England and the United States. We grudge r.o Ameri- ean his Irjitiiuale pride in the many LARGEST LAKE STEAMER IN THE WORLD WILL BE CHRISTEN- ED MONDAY NEXT ''i re-endorsed a lew. slight altera- lor betas; approximately Tbe Flyers will in iiuure cross bere about six o'clock m the mornitis. The afternoon locals on the Crow will al- so cross here about thiee in the af- ternoon.'The itaiu in the afternoon this line wbicb formerly went I'throujh to tbi west at 1.10 has et to about three o'clock. The followicg is tl.e time able, showing tbe time of Xo. 11, 615. N'o. J2, Flyer, eastbound, 6.05. Xo. 511, westbound Crov.-, 15.03. N'o 512, easfboand 1455 Xo. 513, westbound Crow, 1.35 Xo. 614, eastbound Crow, 21.10. No. 5Si, Great Falls, depart, 9.30. Xo. 565, Great Falls, 19.15. NTo 566, L'ardslon, li.45. Xo. 567, Catdston arrive, 10.25. Aldersyde Service No. 515, northbound, T.i5, tion. Tbo plank .in- iavor ot woman i'jfirase Was particularly emphasized. Tbere was a goud deal ot discussion along the lir.cs oi "Democratic re- form, tbe adoption of principles of initiative, referendum and recall, and proportional representation, but all these matters were given a twelve- months' hoist, bv referring them-" to' R coH-mittce. with iosUuctions to briC5 in a report neit year. CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY Tbe board'of-trade" ot Irvine at t 'meeting decided to bold a celsebrElion' ta that town .on July 1st, and appointed commlt- "tees to' carrV cia a big evenL They plan tor 'an all "day program; Icclud- 1ns a picnic and sporta, and will In- Tlte tbe people- of "be" eclJre( conn try roiiEd about to Dr. B. S. Bolton, oi the board of trade It one of the active workera in iba iilalr and will be glad to Infor- nalloij aj to lo those Port Arthur, Jlay Piepaiatlocs for launcaing of the'Noronlc; tbe Iwg- ext Kbe pissenger steamer in tbe world, are almost completed ind the boat will Elide into the water at 2.30 o'clock on Monday afternoon. The scaffolding around the hull which was ueed. Io tbe construction" of the boat has beea removed so Ibal. noth- slides on tbe was b-jlll. The triumphs of hl> countrymen during lhat untouatd war, nor any American grudge England an equally legitimate pride in the famous achievement of Captain BroVe of the Shannon. "Lonaon preserves today, a memor- able relic of tie ea6unter7 for the Has of the Chesapeaie flew an early vision ot the stars and stripes uhich may be sH-n in tl.e museum oi the arrives Calgarr 12. J5 IS 00, S'l, northbound, leaves arrives. Calgary 23.00. N'o southbound, leaies Cal- irr S.10, arrives 13.05 Xo. 548, southbound, leaves Cal- gary 1S.40, arrives. 23.30. .Trains on the main line wait ten minutes here to allow for change ot crew. Train N'o.' 511, leavinr l.elhhridge at 15-10 for the connects with 1 here ft trouble ahead for waterworks department if the supply continues in Us present Yesterday Ihe water became EO thickly Icibued with mud from the banks of lae Belly Hirer (hat hal: lhe lavatories fn tbe city went out o business. Flush tauts filled iaut refused lo The water rushes through the laslas lu a steady stream and nov water usere, who meter the! supply, are registering a strenuous complUnt wilh the city autliorUles against paying for tbe arujant ot water as It appear ontherueter. Evidently the proiwsetl flllratton is to be given the go-by for this yeir. The engineering depart- ineui. since k submitted its prelim- inary report lo tbe council, has re- ceived no further instructions. The council baa not vet decided on its es- limatee for capital expenditure. The city engineer claims that If be were lven instruction's now to go abend 1th the work, It would be the firsE of August before bids could ba open- ed, making k the Drst of September probably before n coa tractor couk start work. It would bo Impossible to complete the cement this fal and therefore Impossible to get the plant in operation for high lido ner spring. In the meantime the Uehy 1th er continues on Us boUterous way. The rivers In Ibe mountains are rising rapidly. At the power station tbe water in the river registers eetera Inches higher than normal. ciiizens may eipect cka water again nobodr but the weatber man knows. The outlook is not par licularly cheering. READ THIS! You often fee a man wbo ful- 1 fils >our iJcal or a man in aliuoatj every particular. Ho may have a i good head, fine perfect man- oers, an InteresUng pcraonanty aud bt-ar with Ibe distinguished air of a geiitlemau.' His lluen 13 Im- anj his clothes faultlcsa AR cut aud material. But all the pleas- it first Impressions are mined when iu dle'cover tlio collar and shoulders bis coat covered with loose hair >d flakes of dandruff. This IB au indication of personal r.ot lo say uucleanllness. on fool like lelliug-him to got a Lot- e of Newbro's Hcrpldde, and if jou re a "real friend lo him >ou WILL II him. This remarkable remedy ouM In a short lime remote every race of dandruff from his heaJ, flop 3 hair from falifrjg anu present hi becoming bald. Hald-h cadet! men Iwayj look oIJ, nhelher tho> or stage where she christening will be performed by James Playfalr, wife of the president of the Northern Navigation Company. Among the officials present will be J. tbe president, Mr. Bfrmlns. vice-president and Paton, general manager ot tbe Xortbem Xavigatlon Company. Mr. CamitherE. president of the R O. sleamship Co. End Mr. Glide rsleeve, manager of Ibe P.. O. will also be preEent Special G. T. P. train will.briQg to tbe Soo, guests of Ibe 'company from Winnipeg and Rest. a dsy's at Irvine. AWFUL ICH JMK 111FF BILL LIKELY THAT NEW WILSON SCHEDULES WILL BE LAW BE- FORE MIDDLE OF AUGUST United Stales Service Inslifu-i (he Maclecd Irain leaving .ion lo which it vras placed by for a. 15.15, Astor, who purchased it for only a five minute nail at arge sum at Storr s auction rooms n 1903.''Americans contented with its' honorable resting1 >lace, for, passions i Lethbridje. at (i 25, arrives 7.15, connecting v.ith the of triumph and chagrin at the war leaiing for lhe of 1812 engendered hale passed a- al J0y, -'_ way forever-" .'There. is'now a- scheduled freight train on the Crow line: It is called UC3tor' xrto was ln fast Xos. 1 u wss rcarclt tnal the 5S3 ar.d 379. "The 'westbound arrives Lethbridjic 19-45. 'eastbound, Itavi3S Letfcbridie at "23 SERIOUS. 'ALLEGATIONS MADE AGAINST POLICE AND LAND 'OFFICIALS Alia .May allegations against the police and land-office otlicials are made beie in connection with the opening lor homestead entry ol N'. E. quarter section 13, lounsriio 66, range SHE WAS ILL AND POLICE OR- DERED HER REMOVAL FROM FONTAINEBLEAU Pans. Mas' recent usit King Alfonso of Spain to Paris cau eU the death, according to "Huraanlle tUe Socialist newspaper, of the daug ter of Francisco r'errer, the Spanir IN M GEHING r JOSEPH YOUNG GOT 2010 LAMBS FROM 2100. EX- CEPTIONAL SUCCESS Joe Young, the well Inown sheep ol tbe fourth meridian. Tbe h jn- tott B ,nis morning jn m a'dai-. He land is situated one mile due the town InnilK ol Athabasca Land During Cttapge ol E. Pinkhajn's Vege- table Compound Made Her i Well Woman. NaUdt, Uuf. "I cannot express what I went through oaring change of life before I tried i'J I.vdia, Pinkbam'a Washicgton, May ta- porters haye Ecctcd a bfrfoia tbe Secala finance committee ia cbaige of the suadrits schedule of Ihe tariff bill, the commillaa having decided upon a reduclSop In the pro- posed Underwood rate of 20% ad valorem on cut diamonds The prat- ent 10% rite may ue restored, but H ieeais more probable that a 1S% rate evc-ntuallr be determined upou. The oudook now is that lha TJemo- I cratlc cauc-'Js on the tatin' will be re- ported to !htt Senate about June 1C. Democratic leaders predict that opposition 'wilt lire of debating the neapurc by July. Tba preaent pro giam ot the Heptibllcani for the hill woaid consume nearly month's time, allowing for the Inler- venlng dlicusslon by the he moat optltnUlic eatlmalEr at nt Is tha nsw tatltT cannot be- orae law r.eforo the middle ol August Khatemr iiappcr.l. L lKb DM1, fjmbjnE his ing and is surrounded hr subdivision 2IM young is one of ihe property. II is claimed br. some ;lbat ht pmsn Hno mansgi one day ot the wowierfal cures made fcy Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vegetable Com- pound decided to try it, and H hu made me- a well worran. My neighbora friends declare ilbts a mir acle for me. Lydia E. PinMam'a Vege Ubls Compound ia wortli its weight in tpH for women during this perodof life Jf It wll! help others you rr.ayprjblitli my HARfox SWECT GREA TON, No. 1 Jefferson St.; Natick, Mass of Life is one of the rr.os ptrioo's' of a existence Women should rememhe ii no other remedy known I thia trying rteriodTS Lydia B. Pinkham'i VegeUMe May Tl.e Oai.adian ca (lets .won the quick and slow ficin contest rrs'.erday, bcatir.g lluzh Mid illcton's school by twelve pomis. Af leruards they entertainfd b Lord Slrathcoria I, ast the ucre the JMSIS ot Sir Edward War at the Xaval ar.d Military lourna nitnl. The team goes lo Pottsmout tnl.l'nc uces-rnii and live davs on a datlle ship. the land is already worth at a conservative esllmate as subdivi- sion properly. There aie tno rival clatmanls for the land, and an inquiry has dercd by the depailment at Olta- John W. Frame, an KdtAonton tcher, was the fiisi (o enter nd office on the inorninEj that the nd was thrown 'open, and received1 rr.ber one ticiet, there being a. rush applicants for the land. A. E. ofnes, residing on Fourth avenue, algary, and said to be a' real es- te was fourth in line, but aintained lhat he bad removed om his. position in line by .city anstables who were to rame. lie has made an affidavit lo ih eltect. On the other hand it Is .Irged thai the machinery of bovh .nd office and police department ere manipulated in favor of Hofnts, ho claimed fo haie a written per- iit from Chief ol Citv Police Silas arpenfer, to allow him to sere before the land office was open- lhat he ;nlght his lace in line- The chfet deniei that uch an instruction was issiiefl. .fules loyal, chief clerV ol the land said to personally iinself in the case in favor ot llof- and in lat-1, outride Ihi and olTice most ol the night. When lofnes uas lemoied from his place n the line, Koyal went to the police lation at o'clock in lhe morning and personally interceded lor Koines ii Tf ni...j-r-------------1 I.yila Ei PlnaiMH Your letter will Ke br o itU Ii ilrlal LEFT A COMFORTABLE FORTUN Vancouver, May will tht laic J. K. formerly Charlelon, r. K. I., has been Hied probale nl a lambing camp, and bis efforts' tbi year were most wonderfully 'reward ti. On one band he lambed pul ICO pe cent, and on another 98 pcr'ceat. 0 the total of 2100, he has 20101; which is some record. ,Mr. Youa had a record last year, but he brok it this and in another yea will have no record lo breat. On indred per cent is getting nearl >p r.otch. The sheep were Tin sheds nd every possible precaution take gainst loss. LAIO THE CORNER negina...Mar Justice Haul- ain, who'was minister of education n the old Norlhwei! Territories, laid he corner alone of too Normal school his afteinocro.'1 Hon. Walter premlet of the' province, presided. The land In quulion wi.i oiigiaal y reserved as a timber berth. H ia excellent and said to be worth at least (50 per acre lot firming pur poies. FOR AILMENTS Or. Mirtel'i Pclli been the Standard for 20 ani for 40 yean preacribed and recommintfed by PhyalcUnt, Accept no other. At all drug- glltt. DandruCf is due (o germ which causes tbe scale-like accuraulalloo. Herplcide used inlelllgent- y; checks this prevent! tho balr from iaUltig out and stopa that frightful itching of the scalp al- most instantly. It has a moat HghUul odor. llerpicide Is -tho Original ibat deslroys dandnitf. There is noth- ing In Iba worM'juEt like it notbini In at Is "Jus I is soot." Nowbro's Herptcifle In 50c and Jl.OO sizes is soM by nil dealers who guar- antee 11 to do all lhat Is claimed. If you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. Applications obtained at the KOOd barber shops. Send 10c In postage for n iam'ple bottle and booklet to The Hcrplclds Co., DepL n., Detroit. Mica. J. D. Illginbotoam fc Spet- iial Agents. GOOD.BYE TURKEY May 2 p m yesterday Turkey signed away lo lhe llalkan allies and Al- bania, sixty thousand square units ot terrilory in Europe. She only has left the Dardan- elles, the UoEpliorus, and lhe Sea ot Marmora. Turkey as a rolltlca] force Is Ihus banished from. 'Europe: This hteloric event took piice in St.'James palace, under the presidency of Sir Edward Grey.. THIS YEAR SO FAR THE IN- CREASE IS 47 PER CENT. _. OVER LAST LORD ROBERTS HOST TO CANADIAN CADETS London, May SO.-ri'erbaps-the1 moat pleasant experience of- the Canadian Cadets during ihelr visit here was the time spent wltli Lord Koberts at As- cot, The veteran .Field Marshal him- self showed the lads over his resid- ence. They inspected his orders, medals, and a host of relics captured as tbe result of hard fighting In all parts, of ihe world. Roberts presented each tadet a.slgned cop> ol bis bcok "Forty one Years ia also an auto- graphed photograph, Tbe veteran al so placed his signature upon some ol the best targets made by the cadets ch bc assaBslnated by the arisiau anarchists on lhe occasloa his visit, hence every rrecaut s taken br both the French jianlah police and detectives. Tbe alter were panic stricken when they jnd the daughter ol Prof. Ferrer had cen living for some years in Fon- ainebleau, the King tnlended o levied the French troops. Al bough X'iss Ferrer bedridden vitb a faUi disease', the police ID Islfed OQ her Immediate removal nd ilayor" effected the ransfcr of the invalid to the ntigh boring Ullage of Saiools, using hi .motor for that purpose. Sh died a few days after, partly from tb eEfects of tbe trip. Mayor lira self pronounced the funeral dls n their shooting matches heie. Captain- Marshall was piesented ivilh a bronze souvenir medal. Dr. Gallivan Re- turns from Mexico Winnipeg, -Man., -May migration into Canada for the month ol April showsi an, increase, of 16 per cent' over that of the same month ast year. -The total number reported s as' against for April .612. Tho'increasc in, the number coming rorn the'Uritisb'Islcs'is eiacfly tba ame as the total increase IB per oil The total number o" British immi- grants was while lost, year Ihe- number was .The. arrivals Tom the United Stales show a de- crease of 10 per cent, the. figures be- ins April-this year and last year There is a big in- crease from continental'.Europe, 47 per 'lromt those, countries this year, than: last. The returns show, that .Canada received from European.countries' other than llritish, as last EVERYTHING POINTS TO A MURD'ER Edmonlon, Alia., May M lljrhorechuck. tbe young man whc was found dead ElonBside the G. T. H :racks at Edson last Tuesdayp wfl murdered. 0} this the police 'are COT lain arc on the caE now. When last ecen lljrhorechuck had considerable money' with him, but his body was (ouud bis po'c- tels were empty. It Is thought ho was held up, robbed and then killed. The body was found lying oh the ends of the ties near the rails, with lhe left leg completely severed. Tbe leg was Ij-lng on the rails. Tbe right was broken and nearly cut off. Tbe left side of Ihe chest was crushed in, pro- bably by being struck willi some heavy, blunt object. He also hnd Iwo luge bruises on the back of his head. "Grow Alfalfa 1 Have Money" a.from'Irons pace) (Continued from front page) hall in Mexico. The centre ot I'jQ main slreet Is dotted with (he boucd- ary poeta. Along this slreet Uncle Sam's soldiers patrcl night and ROTTEN 13 THE WORD USED BY INSPECTOR I'rince Albert, Sa.sV., May 31.-F. Kcrr, nanlrn of penitentiary F. Vt. Didicnson, lirpuly warden, and Dr. F. W. Koumey, prnitentiary sur- to defend the American residents from the insults oC lhe Insurgcnl Mexicans. On the other fide of the line the rebels patrol. They are arm. I bceil pcr'mitled to re- -A Woman's .Synipalhy Art you discouraged? your doctor's bill a heavy fin- ancial load? Is your pain a heavy physical burden? I know what these mean to deHcatf have been diseuurag- ed, too but I learned how. to cure myself. to rtliev your burdens. Why not end thi, pain slop the Wll? I do this.for you and will i" you will awlst me. All you need lo do ll to iitt box of thi which (n my to tit flvtfi ftrktft thl> will done K for othtrl. If M, I happx Ultara hold WrIU ti day for my free MBS. r. E. Ont Jo the geon, were dismissed lodaj hy Hufthcs, superinteijtlcnt ol peiiiten- tiarieb in the Dominion ol Canada as the result of-an investigation wliich he hns been conducling here lor the past two'w'ceVs. Carpfntcr Inspector Mr. Kane's experiment turns oul as he'ctpccls, it will me' Indus- of imporlan'ce 'for. Southern berla. AJfalfa' seed Is non- Imjiorlei rom lhe States; 'He hro'JEhl alfalfa seed for' hls'e'sperlmeDt, considering t for dry land crop. Kane ht.thlnVs ol ilfnlfa BS n crop'for Southern Albt-rta and he will tell yon that colloo.'oorn, wheat, or and olher similar crop lakes bacfc seat "Any chance of allalfa growing he- ing overdone as growing RP- pcnra lo Ask him .lhat question and he will tell ion. "Not market Is unlimited, but there ia only a small corner of the whole Domin- ion of Canada, and lhat Is in South- ern Alberta, where ll'ceri be, success- RTOWn. Mr. Kar.e's ciperimeril will' be walciicd wilh eiser intereat .by far- mcra bujing Grltnm'B alfnlfa seed, and hey hope soon to lie ablo to purchase