Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
To Prevent Chapped Skin JHF warm wafer and Baby's Own Soap. The warm water opens Ilie porci of the skin and the minute particles of pure refim-d vegetable oils whicli form the creamy, fragrant lather of Daby's Own Soap arc absorbed into (lie skin, keeping it soft, healthy, anil preventing tracks and chaps. A perfect rinsing, then smart rubbing when drying guarantees a fine smooth skin in any weather. THE LETKBRIDfJE DAILY HER A IT) VULCAN BOYS FINED FOR TEAR ING DOWN A REAL ESTATE SIGN lest for Baby Best for You Canada's Standard toilet -and nursery soap for over 30 years. ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, MONTREAL, Vulcan, Xnv. 15. (ico. Whitchcr spent several days in Calgary last week. j 10. II. Heguin is managing Dm busj- i ness for tlic Taylor Klevator Co here. I Both the Tervvill'igcr National I l-Xator companies ate building an annex-. I The marriage of A. .1. Anderson, formerly of Vulcan, and Miss Mcrta linker, is annonneed to take place UKEJi APPEALS AMEND LAW TO PREVENT RAIL- WAY COMPANIES APPEAL- ING ON QUESTIONS Or FACT Ottawa, Nov. remark which nay be, of far reaching importance ell from the lips ol 1'rcinier lionlei, bis afternoon, 'while presiding over tbe -privy council at the hearing the appeal ol the C.P.H. Co. respect- ing its route between Wcston and Lamhton, near Toronto. The Dominion Railway Commission last spring refused, to 'approve the route selected by tbe railway pany on objections hy the pro- pcrty owners in the Humiier Valley m, Mr. Smith, at the time, suggested an alternative route, but this was not DISTRICT reported and raoillll Wheat Cenlrc, Xov. ll.-Thc llainn Brothers busy building a large barn on their homestead. Mrs. ricgina Moll is bujiiiinjr ,lriv barn on her place present. Tlic recent snow storm has put a damper on wheat haiiline arouml here. Allirrl (liabain is now on his homestead again niter an absence ol about, four months. ommitfce -------mend the w Coomlis building on Main St. -v- Coomhs, the owner, has cliang- llis I'1'1'1 constructed s was no adopted by the Railway Commission, which which contented itself with reiusin8 eonimodatioi lined for wishes. Tl about Dec. 1 Alberta Slake is in no j shortly in Devil's Luke, N.n. .Mrs. Frederick Smith returned Thursday from a short holidav Maclcod. I I1.'. Charters is enlarging his im- plement shed. A skating rink is shortlv to hp started here. approval Of the route proposed by the I'- has lots ad- R R' today was for iacent to M. Shaw's office andifh a of will proceed at once to erect a fine' y s Decision, new drug store. "Appeals from_ the Railway Com- Tbrcsbing is practically completed in this district threshing gangs arc dispersing. A man of the extra C.I'.R. con- on upstairs. This will he gang was run over by a town purposes if the town breaking his leg and caus- block will be reailv injuries .as well lie was' 15. Jill-en to Lotbbridgc on the evening sense be- 1 train. liiml (be Taylor stake in the'matter of missionary enterprise. For the Past three years a missionary cam- paign has been conducted throughout the whole static extending over a bridge Wilson, Ottawa was week-end .guest of Jlr. and Mrs. I A. iilvcs. lo street. couple or it is huildiny a house on i. Tbos. Oxteby arc Icav- to sliend the win- Klowcry Plains Every- Bert Foster went (c last w.eek to work for months. -Mr. Schedul section if.. -Mr. and Mrs ins for Ferafe tcr. The dain-c- was a Brand success. Evcrv- body had a good lime. at On-Friday night. November S Mr and Mm. Charles Cnsswell had i CVy iiJiiTow OBWipo from dual ii Tlinv I i n n L m iit.ieiui- were coming tlu. since nl the Young People's Guild o: with a kwd (l j Presbylman church on Tuesday evening, when very interesting pro- Period of several weeks. While thi) number of men in the Held was not so .-V s-n' rllslrlct telephone oflk'iall-v great, yet. the work was done in a riiur'-d thorough manner and the. stake n J'n i I conducts" main''hearing Reid has commenced the crec-Slk- i i "i e 'lmtc miorm-ii and decides manv questions of" _' iiiuiuuh" iiiniiiiii iiini lilt: siahe lias profit'tei! materially and spiritu- ally by it. Farmers in ihp Hill .Spring district have subscribed a fund [or lumber and conslruelrd lour or five culverts between Cardslon and their town. They have also Minted on I and done roa.l work on their own account. Most of Hill Spring grain, is market- mission to the I'rivy Council' are in- coming unite Jlr. Bordcn remarked. He could hardly conceive a bodv less capable than the Privy Counci'l to deal with disputed questions of fact and complicated problems in en- gineering." Mr.'W. E. Rancy, K.C. who appeared for himself ami other property owners, suggested that the] statute did not authorise an appeal like the one in this case, but Mr. Bordcn did not agree with him. He change will become necessary in the law it appeals upon Itiestions of fact continue to come on. before us. The Railway Commission lion of a line new properly here. 51. 1C. Shuw was residence a business visitor and shippers arc de road' in Cal.Eiiry this week. W. A. .McFadden left Wednesday- for Ontario. Work menccd Lee has where he has his fact in a summary manner, and quite' properly, too, because if it is dc- the new manse has com- ;onc to Spokane, with a load of coal, when they lost their way, and drove ovor the side of! on Mr, 'wnlh mond, whose subject was "The fiook oi F.ulh, an old love story. -Mr. Walsh aclcd as chairman. Mclntosh. government veterin- an- surgeon, is in Cardslou, relieving Casswell was nmonp the oxen, and oil. 1.V received a few bruises. Jlrs. Cnss- well had her arm broken in two nine. .06 ami two of bcr fingers She was also hurl Internally It seem- a ,11 was railed at once, and set tbo travels continuouslv on -inspection seriou1: -SET 'S be cr.rd.uiMt' I "ilrl'y nM' Uowcn. of was here last forlune lo fall off a scaffold anil wcel, to see ,f ihere was more word! jure his back. )lr. Lvnn was sum- about oflice. jmoned and while the'patient is not I be continued fine weather is very [yet out clanger, no serious .results i President Wood of the Alberta is expected Irom Chicago slraMc that the commission should' proceed cxpeditiotisly and with as lit- tle ceremony as possible. The result is, however, that when an appeal to the Privy Council is made the record of testimony taken before the Com- mission is sometimes informal and! j perhaps desired. beneficial to Ilic farmers. them to get a Io, of fall work done The nominations for Flowery Plain municipality No. will be held in Flowery Plain school on .Monday. JJoccmber from to t p.m. Tim memory of Guy Fawlics and fhe liunpowtlirr Plot was observed by ,tho residents of the district by a daneo in the school house on Novem- ber 5. FEWER WOMEN WOULD DIE I THEY WERE LESS SECRETIVE' nil night, where he went inarkrl the church cattle. Cardston, Xov. committee composed of Messrs. Marker, Drown i 'own. nnd .N'cwfiin was appointed by coun- cil lo look into matter of belter NOT ENOUGH DOCTORS Kingston, Ont., Xov. the medical profession is not overcrowd- ed is evidenced by the fact that ap- plications are coming In to the regis- trar of Queen's llf-dical College, ask- ins that young doctors ba sent out to Western Canada lo locate in a irew York, Nov. IS. ffilh th statement thai practically 25 pc cent of women ailliclcd with a iorn of cancer ppcliljar to the sex can he cured permanently ii the. disease i: treated in its early clin ical congress of surgeons at its of .quarters lor the town office and coiin-j one is settled. Queen's scut out sixty-three doctor? from its halls last spring, and every. meeting last night in the Aca.lcmy o llusic, flrooklyn, took steps to start a crusade of publicity throughout the country which, it is believed will help largcry check ,hc ravages oi the usually fatal malady. A comniillee of live of the leading gynecologists of the 1'nitcd HtaVs was appointed to begin the light at once and to report at I be next con- gress. The commit (IT was instructed to write or have written articles to he published in the daily press, the week- ly or monthly magazines, 'as mav appeals to use must be made of those cases which are certified as involving some question of public interest in the Railway Commission." You Read The Things We Say About Our Values; you May or may not believe them, but it's a fact that we're offering better values in Suits and Over- coats than you ever saw. Do You Care to Sec it Proved 1 Order two or three Suits or Overcoats sent to your home on approval from any other store in .the city including those that have continuous "Sales.'' Order the same from us, get them together, try them on one after another and compare FIT-REFORM and PROGREST BRAND CLOTHING Quality, Style, Tailoring and Materials with the others. Then compare our priees with the others. We'll leave it entirely to your judgment And We Guarantee Every Suit to fit, :Wear and keep looking as smart and distinctive as when first donned. Special Values in Suits and Overcoats to Warm Outfitting For the Cold Weather PROGRESSIVE MOVE ON PART 0 THE SASKATCHEWAN GOV E'RNMENT ol Tar anrt Liver Oil not only stops a cough but cures it. Its tonic and restorative properties enable the system to permanently throw off a cold. 35c for large bottle. Sold everywhere. HATBIXUS Sjmip of Tar COD LIVER Oil Prove most expedient in 'disseminat- ing Hie information. The committee appointed is Tiioimis S. Culien, chairman assistant' j prolessor of gynrcology at. .lohn Hopkins, Haltiinorc; Ilr. Howard t j Taylor, of Columbia; Dr. C .1 Jiiii- or, of Tul.irc 1'nivprsily, Xen- Cr- leans; Ilr. F. F. Simpson. I leading abdominal surgeons Rcglna. 3ask., Nov. With lie usual ceremony, and in the pre ncc of crowded galleries, the firs ession of Saskatchewan's third legis attire, was formally opened at thre 'cloclc, by his Honor the Lieutenant overnor. His Honor, having retired pending le election of a Speaker, on motioi f the leader of the government, Pro ier Scott, Mr. .1. A. Sbeppard, repre sontativo of .Moose Javv county, foi several sessions, was unanlmoualy chosen Speaker. Tho Speaker then made the customary formal expres- sion of thanks for the honor done him. nfter which his Honor re-entered the chamber, and heard the demand burg, cago. I'r. Cnllen. who read .1 paper on "Radical operation for Cancer of Ihc evplained preVouslv I IIP necessity for such an operation 'Mil- reason why so many women dip I oi said he, "is because the; conceal their symptoms too long. Hieu finally go to the physician j lor a diagnosis they are too laic for j any cure. From in lo 25 per cent cures could be effected hy Ihe radical worlheim operation jf KTrr in time. Ten or fifteen years ago, when we, of the new Speaker for all Ihc ancient privileges of the legislature. On .behalf of the the Pro vincial Secretary announced his lloi or's acceptance of the. Speaker chose by the House, after which his Mono read the speech from the Throne. ''During the session, you will be eul FELTBOOTS OYERSHOES STANTTELD'S UNDEBWEAB FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR 8TIEEPCOAT8 SWEATER COATS up 5Qc up Agcnta for the Geo. A. Slater "Invictiis" Shoes for Men THE 2 M's McKELVIE M The Home of Better Clothes itieiil will, appendicitis it was licrsiudrd thcm'io undergo lion. Nou- when we idl a pat had witli the iiniuisi dihiculi.v that ipera- it iiatient that up nr she has appendicitis nl- the first question askcri is i Doc, whal is the bcsl hospital 'for me lo gn lo'" The discnsp. jj lalien nowadays almost as a matter course ed upon to considor several measure of great interest to our people. Am ong these, will be found bills making l.vcvialon for direct legislation, con solidalcd schools, the abolition of Io cal improvement di.itricls, and the regulation and control of the loan companies. It is proposed to adopt a boiler system of municipal assess- ment, to modify the present method of assessment in town and village school districts, and to place onr r, ral telephone companies on a sounde financial basis. "Notwithstanding the fact that in government, carrying out thp. Inslrui lions of tin. last, assembly, lias made repeated attempts !o arrange to "ill .Spring, All.i., Nov. haps the smallest town in Alberta to have a coipplcic water system, is Hill .Spring nn the old Cochranc ranch, sob! several years ago to Hie Mormon church anil "built THE FOR HINDUS DO MOT RELISH CFIITI- CISM OF THE MAYOR OF VICTORIA Victoria, n. GREAT IMPROVEMENTS CONTEM- PLATED FOR TORONTO- WILL SPEND TWENTY' MILLIONS The town is situated Ilcckwitll, 'mayor of Victoria, is be'- vats erected ing sued for 'li'iel by Dr. Sunbar of the Singh, a Hindu, who is a> vhieh was ncv- half of all Ihe Hindus in "go in tbo furm of an wiuii arivcs uoulevn, te to Tbore min, milln ilrop of twenty-foiir feet of wn Nov: H.-The Harbor Lominission's plans for the improve- ment of the harbor and waterfront, of Toronto, were made public this morn- ing. Tho plans include a twelve- mile breakwater, stores, warehouses, wharves and factory buildings; parks, levards, from the Woodbine cnnferenco with the Federal Distributors for Western Canadii FOLEY BROS., LARSON COMPANY. INC, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Saskatoon. ol MR. REYNOLDS GETS A JOB Ollnwn, Nov. .1. Pri'Hor, of Winnipeg, has np. pointed by ihr. Oopartinoni of the In- terior, lo invostlsalc Ilie ipiMilon of Immigraiion a.ecuclos In Old cv...... try. ins for the purpose of discussing nat nral resources, (he date for such con fercneo lias not yol been fixed. Pn tier Ihc circumstances, and eapecinlly In viow of tho iiractlcally unanimous mandate of the pt-onlo. my povcrn- nient. feels tliaf it should be Ktibmlticd to you for consideration mid for such action :u: may he deem- ed In the Interest of our province." d "The Asiatics have come into Rrit- ler at the wharves and harbor railway connections at each dock. It will iii' HAD FOOT CJT OFF Winnipeg, Nov. 11. llourke seven, of SI. llonlfacM, was run over by ,1 street car. lad- this after- noon, and ono of his feel was cut off. ilo is pxpoclod rocovor, many years ago on ai proximity of a spring mown io fnil. Wi -he eallle inriiislry on the ranch spring fell inlo disuse, except for he occasional waler taken out hy not having wells. This a" presinl0 needs 1V" ''iR" Vnilcouvlir- The Hindus nrc it1 liavp. hcen put and these will lie ed lo the coun'lrv "10 bridges, sea-w, Hill Spring is n little, village is j men." K' of the cost on Its o'wn'deben- 1'iie Hindus object to an allegation tllrcs- Tlle city is asked io spend which altccts the whole race and henca for improvements nml the, libel action. ss'! ncres of new part lands. Ten yonrs Is given as the outside limit for tho Completion of the whole of the work, bin. experts claim It can be douo in six. It is claimed that (he building of a. great port nt Toronto moans Ibe deep- ening of Ihe canals, and consequently turning every lake harbor into an ocean port. il. ship chan- brenkwaters. inv-cstigi principa I'liiiiiliis to am-, tbcir routes he ues r- lorc submitting nlcm to approval. This would with mucli of tlic "blanket! cess now often attempted. do away pro- l-.vinplpnl's conduct. The teachers oh jocli'd io his manner In addressing them, declared that he publicly criti- cized I hci, work, and had displayed irritability of temper. Band Concert Tho City Hand will give another concert hi the Majestic Sunday evening at nine o'clock when a flue prograiiiniu 'will bo presunlod.