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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE OF AN U11LAX'OVTPOST IX THF: LETIIBRTDGE JUTT.Y 'i tc aljoii an iccidckt iu the German arniy maTiocuvreg an I'lifan outpost patrol by" a Uostllo patrol. The former cfi his helc.tt, thus iudivating his inability to light and consequent Can't Stop Drinking 'T can stop any lime 1 wtsli." is a frequent expression, but why don't the drinker make good boast? >Vhy dchi'L he iiuit? When a man brass he can stop drinking whenever j ha wants to, ho has the froint where lie canuot. He knows I lie .i-aanot maSe good hi 3 boast un- aididO, need of trealiaeat. ,The Is a harmless vegetable remedy that will tmnsfonn the terrible cravings lor liquor into 3 positive abhorrence tor aa'yibiag alcoholic in' three days with- out the of hypodermic injections.- If'yca arc drinking yo'u should look into. this, li yoii a friend-who needs, help urgs your mvcsliga- vCome in .and talk tt over .or or telephone Tor" boob of infor- "NEAL: INSTJTUTE, S20- 13lh West, .Calgary Phone W: 1525 MR. MICHENER WAS BETTER TODAV Edmonton. OcL (Ondllloa of -Mr. E. JHcbencr. leader cf ili-i position, was souie'K'hat "trt Iday, but it is not llut LG y.ill Ibe able to take his place-in On House during the present "sejV.oii. he can Eland the journey h-; will 50 to RofheEter to undergo an operation for but-if his' Condition will not permit of him raafelng the journey, an'.operaiion will performed local- ly- Up to March rjl- the Philadelphia Kini'coined a day in nlclcels n a run. LIKE ALL THE OTHER LOANS London, OcL but 12 per Alberta's "per cent SS per cent, been left with the underwriters. NANTON BOY MISSING Oct; Mar- allj of Nan ton, Is very mifch con- cerned the dlFappearauce of his 15-year-old son, Harry, and' has ast ed the city police to endeavor fo lo cate him. The boy wore a tweel suit aad a bronii overcoat, nc'l be- [lleved to left Xanton for- Cal- gari. IX KpME DO AS THE IIOMAXS BO Bui Avhcn" the )Vcst- do sis the majority of DriuU You mil then be sure of the best tea sold. Send this Advertisement, with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use' in Western Canada. Write name and arfdress plainly. Friday, Ortolier 10, 1913 MINISTER SAID INCREASED EF- FORTS ARE BEING MADE INSTRUCT INSPECTORS IMmuiiton, Oct. weed kiu was thorough' In the-; ugrUruliural committee today. can Marshall, minister of agriculture, !3M tlui at present time tnpre some conflict between the weed. braucbt'S of the Dominion auU ludal' governments. At the conference ike provincial ministers of agriculture, the question would be j taken uy and fryra an tG'orinal dls-> casMon which he had with Hon. Marv tin Rurrell. Dominion minister of Ag-; rk'uHure, he tho-jght It likely, thai tho iiueallon of the liuptcilan of seed; grain would be giveu over cult to the provincial department and provincial legislatures would then re- j quire to anil enforce their osvuj "jniro seed Increased grants: In old of weed esiincilon very tho mliilsler of ajnlculturc Eald thai! in Noniiera Alberta the proVem was! not serious, >4t ou the open prairie; WOULD DISCUSS EXCLUSION OF country in southern Alberia the ficxxl j ULSTER .FROM HOME RULE (or sale by At the LtthbrWge Stock Yardj. en At 2 O'Clock POO Hreedlng Ewes. 100 Fat fix ft and 4M Spring .Lamb: TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER WILSON PRESSED THE BUTTON Washlcsloa, D.V.. Oct. Exactly at two o'clock this af- Prosldsut pressed a button In the White and sent an electric flash more than four thoue- and milts ovtr'and. and under seas to blow the Oamboa dike In the Panama Canal to remove Iho lift practical obsU- cle in the great later-oceanic waterway. All Salaries From Upwards Will be Reduced Ito-n (runt iaruier had. to be given assistance iu restraiuins the weeds vtilcli grow oa his farm iu spite of alt be could do. Tiie dppftrtmeal recognized the ser- iousness of tlie problem and increas- ed efforts 10 suppress tue evil were belns made. Bourses" ot msiruciiou for weed Inspectors would be he'd at the provincial schools of agricul- mre this wluter. ON CONDITIONS London, Oct. Daily Mail's flundco correspondent has authority for srvying that Right Hon. Winston Spencer ..Churchill's repre- sents the government's oftclnl atti- tude towards Ulster, which IB one of conciliation, and pSers ibe exclu- sion of Northeast Ulster from the ho'uie rule bUl on condition tbal the Unionists then agree to "work vciUi the Liberals for the future success of Ths Daily Mail itself eaters whole- heartedly, into this olive branch view ot the situation." "Mr. Cliurchlll's gays The Mall, "is wise and conciliatory and we are 3 long step DR. REID, ACTIMG MINISTER OF. nearer peace.' RAILWAYS, LOOKED OVER TODAY! ROUTE MAPS OuaTQ, OoL, Oct. Dr. tleid, acting minister oE rail-ways this morning. approved the route tnap o[ "the Northern railway be- tweca Stiiigis and Hudson's Day Junc- tion. The minister.also approired liie revtsioQ of-the C. P. R. Swift Cut- rent branch miming northwesterly near Empress. Approved of the revision of Canad- ian Nortliera Hue from Morris south- westerly and of the Alberta Ceatral revision. In townships and 27, range 24, west of the 3rd meridian, was withheld for the presenL-' 'Ap- proval of both lines will probably b2 given ncrt week on the receipt of the minister of further Information. When through age the bodily functionsbeco nae Na-Dru-Co give gentle, timely and discomfort br( distress.' your GRANVILLE CECIL DEAD The sudden death In the Gait-hos- pital this morning of GramlUe WeJsb Cecil removed one cf the happy Ken- settled at Wilson Siding four years ago. The deceased young man iros taken ill only on Sat- ay last, and was removed-.to the hospital on Monday, where he wag op- erated oo for appendicitis. .-He was, twuaty .years was born at Danville, Ky. Hts parents Btill live there, lather iielng vice- president of the Farmers' National Bank, of that One brother, Claries, and three Asters, all In Ken- tucky, hira. "Babe" Cecil as he was familiarly known to his large circle of acquaint: accea-iD and tbe surround-- Ing country, was one of tho popular j boys of the district. ,hgd locatod I with several otber Kentucky, boys at Wilso'iT aDil'was malting a suc- cess of farming wlieu death removed htm. His father has been notified, and will arrive here Sunday to accom- pany the remains to Danville, where burial -arill fafco place. Superfluous Hair [S, WARTS, C Removed MOLES, WARTS, CORNS With the Eitctrlc Needle Hull Block'. Holmes Phono 1710 IRRIGATION COMPANY WOULD GIVE LATE SUPPLY IF CLOSED IN AUGUST f Ihe IrrlsaUonEfciE ot Soiifaern Alberta are to having tUelr w.itcr supjilj- turned off duriug bar- vefit, and llio company to them -uaier later-in the fall In return, it .IB possible that some' Rt- ntnKcmcnt may be arrived at where- by fall irrlgattoD, which has been sought after by Southern Alberta farmers for the past five years, will become "a reality. Tbo matter was discussed at-yes- trrday afiernooii's nicclir.s cj tho Board "of Trade the suggcs- Iiayipg been thrown out by H. Fairfielcl of the Experimental farm. There is no doubt that foil Irrigation Is'much bolter for the but the.- irrigation objects on thq grouciJs that the water, when left m tho dikhes late In the fall, freezes making U impossible to repair them early la .the spring- However, If re- pair could be brought up- to date in September, and water run through the ditches and used for Irri gatiou after fall plowing. Ibe, diffi- culty will be overcome. Chairman Lattfrop, oi' ihe' agricul tural section of the board bas prom- ised io tahe the mailer up with the farmers and if they are agreeable to the proposal, the company will be approached. his own.- Thfs wording at cross kept the con sic 11 tJ'-sy unlll .J.joiic o'dock without having even .j. jproarhed a reducllon. Ke- ns like -fawns. They dts- at iho sign of approach. Were Getting Sleepy However, whea- tho docfc struck ooe, a desperate look settled over the countenances of the mmnliurs present, rhd Mayor ones more Jmi'rejEt-d on hem the absolute need of economy. If hey that yp percent, of the current year's taxes, vould coruo. in, as In-other years, would not ask for any reducUous'ln the payroll, but the experience of oiher cities this fall Bhowri that 75 per cent, would be the oulside iJgure lo ei-pert. Jn this case (he city's current account will bo closed for lUe year In bad sbajte. Then the proposal was put forward that too cfty was employing too many superintendents; that'a few years ago {hero were far less departments in the city, with Iho result ih-tt tho dcpart- tuents were managed much more eco- nomically.. As the council had been working all evening -with no set plan ot reduction before -them, the best thing that couM bo done ivould be to have the Mayor drafi out nn entirely new Scheme of rc-organizalion along tho lines the new commiesloners MAN WHO BOUGHT TICKET GOES Home Baking Cakes, Pies, Etc. suul Cakes For Parlies ami Dancos a Specialty. cvory at Thompson's Uro'- ccry, 6th Avc. South Mrs. Richardson 528.12111 S1.-S. Phone Martin's Baggage Transfer Ceteful and Prompt Auto Livery in Connection -Medicine Hal, OcL P. Crist was acquitted by Judge Winler'today on a charge of conspiracy. The case arose from the conviction of Walty Robinson, C. P. R. ticket clerk, H.be- ing- alleged that Crist and Bogustowski conspired "with Robinson .regarding a sale of tickets. 'The Crown entered a Btay of proceedings .In the- case of OUNTF.O POLICEMAN PROMOTED Medicine Hat, OcL T. Cauiton; of the local moucted poltco might bs expected to the organization Into three nance and public public worka; and public utilUles. No Next Year Policy A resolution to this effect ad- vanced by aiid carried. Aid." Love ring' voted alnst. He, aald ho would oppose'any measure which had In vtew the tram- meUng of the'Incoming comralselon. In view of this opposition, and the ne- cessity of working harmoniously In the" irark-fa Imnd, the'tnoUoa was re- it was then tho sugges- tion of the City Clerk to cut official salaries by a percentage was adopted. Couldn't Help Any At the beginning of the meeting the heads of all departments were called in, and asljed lo aHow( If they could, where economy in the number of em- ployces-cojSd.he practiced. None of Uiem In.fact, all showed that they, were cow undermannei] If I hoy expected -to "keep their 'depart- ments up to present elfIclent state. Mayor..Hardie said alter -they .left that this was.-Just..what he Then, the- chairmen of commHleea spent a couple' of hours defending their departments, after" being talked out of breath, heads Carrie to- gether, and the a month sav Ing was effected in leas than an hour. Some'few employees who have re- cently been employed do riot come un- der" the percentage cut for very good reaaoni. liackavhe a Warning You Should.Heed U IK One of Flrvt of Kidney Trouble, If Neg- lected, May Follow Two million trees frill be planted force, has. been to be ser- tin the national forests of Utah, -Xer. gwanl-major at Maple Creek, ada and southern Idaho.during. 1914. When fcldneyi are up and tnactlvfv. iiature bus a way of warning you. Backache one'of (he flrtt You nay clio bt troubled with an- noying bladder'disorders; attack a of lumbayo" or Uein; become nervous, tired and feel all worn out; 'puffy BWall- ings ehovr under the eyes or in tie feet and ankles; and many-.other symptoms are no-, tlced. H neglected, .dropsy, dia- betes or Bright'a DlMBH whlcb so often prove fatal, may- rtiulL It la not only dangerous, but neediest for you to suffer and endure the tortures of troubles, when CTOJI- one now will quickly and end all sucb misery. li no more effectlrf remedy for all iiwh, troubles than Crozone, It reaches the cause. It wake right into tht tMneye, throuzn the md Uniiigt; out the clogged up poree; ind dlwolres pot- uric'add "and waste mat- ter that, lodge in the Joints and muscles and ttr- rlblB rneumaUc pains, and makts the kidneys -filter sltt. the poUon out'of the blood and fronv the Extern. j You will find Croxone differ- ent from all It is practlcnlly Impoeelble tv Ulce it "wlthont resultE. An original package coats bat a trifle, and all drugfflBts authorized to return the pur- chase price If fail ID a single case. doses'a day lor B few dcys la that. Is ever needed to end rheumatic pains, N over- come urinary disorders. SCULPTURE COLOSSAL GROUPS OF STATUARY -DESIGNEDLY .WORLDS NOTED Saturday Specials FRESH KILLED TURKEYS, DUCKS, CHICKENS, LAMB AND VEAL We, have tbe cleanest and'most sanitary market in the city a, P. Co., Ltd. PHONES 411 AND 1388 Fctllral Hall, StsIpU-t at Mi Finrt Ibt 'KulptBM Ct PicUle exposition Will ocry tkt cote of the eiyrMoD bi ntakoting tie opining at Tn eh (he woiks of number f Uit restated of tn itriiiortil aliMK oun cuiuujuiJt on side of tw tnrer muni fin.nlainj will created by Whltnej. and Mrs. Edith WoodmM Uurrouihi. ilsstic form, will occijiy uosltloHB In com- er! of thu %r.tt a'. Konr SMionv The ftpim f. one at ibosc will be pljcfd OTtr tfn eritranctway to (he Coiirt ,of Seasons. Various flirts will tdom ihe EjiilldiiiL'5, one of the most of which in 10 be Hull, fi-c', t.here ItiI liunrenuotd of Uiit world Mil tie ;