Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Y Past Safin-day. n. SUFFERED EVEBYTHIN6 For Years.RestbredTo Health by Lydia Veg- etable Compound. aiui are continually writ- Ing us such letters RS the txvo following, expressions of grati- tude for restored health: GKiforJ Statin. hive u- E. PinkharVs Vegetable Cum- r.d a n d and never any msdiuna X to compare with it. of womb doctors me no I sunVrisl COOO 1 suai'nil C' rVffj dreadfully for yeas until I began lal- i so reccnimeci it for s and m- ,_______________I ditrestidn. Mrs. HENEY CLASH, Glanford Station. OnL Chrstcn-ille. OnL 1 heard your highly nyear EgD 1 bezfa taking them for falling of womb tml ovsrhn troub'e. My left slJepair.ei ir.e all the End iii-tbi-foremyiwriods which were irreJulsr nr.d painful it would re worse. To sit down raujfd me pain and suffer- I in't would be so nervous some- times tSsl I could r.ot bear to sre any j c.noorhearanyonespea'ii. Little specks i v.-culd float before my eyes and I was j always constipated. cEnnot eay too much for Lyoia b. j PhkhamV Vegetable CompouKil anil Liver Fills, for thrre are no medicines like tlicro. .1 have. is-ien .them and 1 them to all women. You roty polish this STE- THtx J. MAKT.IS, Chesterville. Ontario, Cbnsda. SfifflDpfME In Bad Condition.' Pimples Large. Face Sore and Itchy, Looked Badly, Cuticura. Soap and Oint- ment Cured in Two Weeks. Mvmroy, llmo nif I'l 5 v.fy tvi-l c-MidlLlijn The tops of ifcera I hem. ar.J my face Itchy athj 1 jd to scratch to bo comtort- and EoaicUaies lost my sleep. The sorvn LvtM i" wunilis Bad I IrioJ tilnl mfnt 3 but Uhla1 I I Lent Tttn I seyt fwr souw Cu'.lcura Soap aaSCultcura Ohitnsriit.uwdlbrmfarl1 I a.ci 1 wu cooiplvtfiy curvd." (Signs Jt.Oke. i SCALY ECZEMA ON FACE 1 soro CUrV Mn. My little girt. ._ two ycrji. Kartell ai'.li a skSa disease oa h'.-r so t callwt la U.C doctor 3i FaiJ U Tns era-cia. Tho eVtn qulto red smj tilt I wnsbixl tbo pirt with Uie Cullcura Soaji then T pa; tho Cutii-uia Oimmcut oa. You aw her now TaJrasa lllj! "1 suffered n grvatr doil wiih uad item very bad. ar.i] ftclKxl L-'iuiud so 1 co-old Uanlly 11. Wt'5> I got 1 tried Ir. ll K.-VS cntircl" t-iinxl zee." Cjnu Ji-j. 1.1012. Cutlcum Heap aud C'ullcura Oililiueul aw llw woHil. Si-rid to IVttcf D. .t Corp.. Deft. i3II, RoMoy. I lor freo of each nrlih bock. BOARD OF TRADE WOULD FORCE INDUSTRY BY MEANS OF DRASTIC LEGISLATION toe secretary of asrlculturt and Ihe hundreds of lianVs lhrousli out the country arc doing their bosl to cliKk tlio rapid reduction In tlie number o! cattle raised In the Unl Staler. Southern Alberta Is look Ing to landing up tlie Industry and ooaid of trade Is wllllus to see drastic teasures tolcn which would result lu Hie increase wished (or. To tills mf. thty are discussing ways and means of preventing the slaughter of young female stock', both swine and cattle. The matter was broached at yes- leriay's meeting of Hie counvll of tlie Hoard, ajiil while it Is not kmmn whether or not the feasible, tho board Intends to find cut what Is being done in otter countries, mid If there is any method In practise elsewhere, an effort will be mads to have, it Introduced In Alberta nee- esfary legislation broashl down to' enforce it. In tho Arsentiue Keuuhlic ilunug the past lev years legislation has bceii placed on the statute books for- bidding the slaushlcr of female breed- ing Block.- The board will endeavor to procure these regulations and it they ure applicable to Alberta the leg- lelatcro'-trUl be asied to consider the ance. and all seetned to be having a Baby's soft skin is the test of BABY'S OWN.SOAP- and its constant use in thousands of nurseries is satisfactory proof that its fragrant lather lielps arid, whitens, the most delicate skin. No imitation has all the merit of BABY'S OWN SOAP. ALBERT.SOAPS United, NUmif.chirer., MONTREAL. TWO STRIKING NEW GOWNS :Th- on the left is of yellow marqulsstte and on the right is cnc ofl tut Quite long with coatee. -Big Surprise Is Cases Gro-.vlng Out Of Nanaiir.o Labor Troubles. to all eipeclStiodV nineteen--ot the" union men-charged with -e- 'cer-t labor feoublli at Ksiiimo. plead- fd guilty ftiis; ties- irfal.l-.ilr'oatheslVere mostly and cone were of- ficials of the union. .The courtroom was crowded to cap- scity when the proceedings opened. j cases were called. 01 these Happenings at Garden City Slasrrata, js re- jnicins over the cbanse'in ;the; we.'--, iter be reiutncd 'tomorrow. orlMonday.; Perhaps U yill be Monday'b'sfore all .cf thu machines are 'ivorkins as in" certain pjrts of tbe district the. snow to din? tenaciously to especially storm aud the threshing will be. ove: in about ten days. Investigation has shtnvn that the snow did-scarcely dainase-trf the ivheit. In some-cases it was a little (ousb, which will impair its quality. Otherwise there 13 no dam It is very likely, Bradshaw. Siding, and who is managing the c'-sTilar. and rasing lots of wheat in that fertile aistrlc.. was a visitor to town or. Wednesday. Mr Farren. lu conversation with your cofrEipcndent, optimistically of raakins the that if they raised' another such 'o 'ity- have, st'llljabout two and touleo asiriett the elevator' hieli wiii-tai; the" r.brth' side, where with the Ekiil oi i irfln- p'ernapi there is-.co town, compsra- biidge lawyer, that no wheat-.can go 15 elec'Ud tor Jury trial, and will have was feared th'at-tha v v fv- p fut -has. been "16 con i for Idaho'for the "past twp inouths ins her! pa den Cits'" Plant in Far Northern Zone Edn-.ot-t.or., Oct. lO.-Tte Western Canada Gypsum company has been organized 'by a syndidalc o! capital- ists of Indianapolis, who have made application to the frdetal government under the limitsd lia- j 11 COFFEE and BAKING POWDER lllue Uibton. the name signifies all that It oest Alw-iya ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee, Bailee Powder, Tea, Spices, .lelly Powders and Bi'tractB. They will give perfect satisfaction. tne past iwpf .noumb >im- faperjj- read.byTthe enttiuBiasis, irents, HiV-Gaij-, topis' o'. _.., "last evenint. Wr'tVe" remainder of [the Sim enjoyed her holiday much, el.ening. RVen amill boys have aivl'saVs ttat her parents llke.Jheir new home vefy well: She resume 1 COLD CREAM Charm ol Feature enhsnced by clear, delioats, vslvtly skin which Is fts natuul.result of using Ns-Bru-Co Ruby Rose Crcarc- '-It cbuiilerscls ths.eKecta ir.demenl 'Wither ml "lo indoc: ai( lot, hot and dry. In opal. jar_s, as your NA-DRU-CO Cncnpber and Witch .Hazel Cream Is a delightfully soothing form cf vhich gives quick and lasting relief, lo chspptd or irritated skin. In 25c. bptllts, at your Druggist's. MTONAL CiEWM't Of HOMSUl, Phone Rural 114 your're sure you have the hest. It's worth a trial to fiiicl out. wUcro. you got PURE MILK AND CREAM 80ME PIOPUE KNOVV KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- ERN IN THE PROVINCE. r duties in Grant mediately. Harold Wood, tbo hustling butcher. companicd by Mrs. Wood, have ar- -ed spending an cnjoy- 1c holiday in the south. Mr. Wood ent tbe greater iwrtion of his time his father's farm, located jUEt utli of Salt Lake. Frank Kich and Roy Harris are now Seattle, Wash., according to advices eceived here. It Is quite probable at tbe two will soon hla themselves ack to Sunny Southern Alberta. A. Mercer, first counsellor to Ktehop arker of the Magralh ward, is es- wcted home from S3lt Lake' Saturday vcniug. Mr. -Mercer has txen In at- .j endancc at the semi-annual confer- 1 ncc of the church, arid he will proh- j bly give a report of the same at the en icu next Sunday afternoon. Quite a number of the mate portion of Magralh's younger Eel have recelv-j d bids to the tall of the Girl's j ;lub of Raymond. This vcnl will taku place in tbe Raymond I Opera House nest Saturday evening. and tberj Is little doubt but that Ma- j ;ratli will be well represented. j Hunters Happy i The local nimroiis nre wealing an unusually bro-jd smile thwe beauflful j !ay. And well they may, for never icfcce has there been a better Reason for foatb-rcd game than the uresfnt Tiio birds ar plentiful In the lake Ms Eoutb of town, and pir'.lcs are i O'jt evcrs- day, many coming from return to. town with bulging' bass-' I Collections Satisfactory Agents of large implement hous- .3 that collections arc coning in ery satlsfactortly In Ibe Magrath dla- Irict and general business conditions as ?ood as can be eiptcicd. There a depression In trade during the but at present condltltrnfi aro wonderfully Imprmed, with bright prospects fsr ths -future. If the vol- ume of .business transacted al the office Is a true basis upon which to a conclusion, there- Is no finan- cial stringency berc. Receipts are above, those of last Roller Rink Opens opened ere ppy crowj (n.altend- iie: ferer. ard display a famillarlty piayefs tbEt would almost jut a Bowery boy to shame. 'f Jacksonville, FU., Is to utlllye public playgrounds aa evening .recreation cen- ters. an official teporl that the deposit, producl ol cent, pure, will upply a plant with, raw..: materials or .years.. Mr. McLennan savs the deposit is n a mountain torination. To develop he property -it Willr he necessary to >last oiit the mountain-side, which uperationl'tie quite inespcn' sive. Cfintinuing'te'said As th'a is the only gypsum "ound west of .Manitolia to date it' should very valuable. Incident- ally it should prove a great boon lo the building trades in Alljcrta and Saskatchewan, as the manufacturing j of Ihe products in the west will make possible the selling o! the gypsum products at a much lower price than is possible, at the present time. An- j other factor which mabcs the deposit 3. really desirable Investment, and of that should yield great prpfits, Is the fact.that the raw material will not have to be mined. It "will he ex- posed in abundance with blasting.'1 MONTREAL HERALD SUES OTHER PAPERS. Alleget a Conspirary and Damigeiof a CORSETS Montreal, Oct. suit for 5100, ODD damages on account of an alleged ronsplrary to destroy tbe Montreal Herald and ruin its business was en. lered in the superior court toilay by the Herald Company. Limited. The de- fendants arc the Montreal Star Pub- ehlng'.Co.. Ltd., the Montreal Slanil- rd Publishing Company, Ltd.. the Int- -national Newu Service 'a .lerscr orporation conducted by W. U. learst) II. K. owner of the Standard and Star, and F. Ilcmlall, managing edltw of 'he Star. A prolra.cled and widespread con- spiracy on the parts of the ami .other persons untaown to prc-l The highest standard of perfection It The Electric V.oller Rink ifor the sr-nson last nlshL The and happy crowj (n. wear AS well fit you comfort- and" Itjti m'jch ftKC inj faiili lo your outer u a pcrfut Uttinf glove. Gel a fxir lo with youf new goxn. You will dunr.ea wiin llxm. 715 For 'I' I For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. MAY GET JOB. i rhllcrl, nt a sntary t.! ,H year.' which Iho boa-'' Toronto .Oct. Ucbinson tif'coiilrol today .lecUc.1 lo Ecnd f C. H. C. Wright, he apfolntul city fit- the city council, vent the Montreal Herald ft'oin having j access to cerlaln sources of supply t from which dally newspapers secure their circulalion building features, Is allczcd. Crt" ttr. I'" CROMPTON CORSET COMPANY LIMITED, TOROrfTO HAULED ROYAL COACH, Petcrhoro, Onl.. Oct., Cla.rk, aged 88 years, who had resid- ed here for over 50 years died this mominrf at hajr.t of his daughter, Sirs. Thomas Jobe, Ware lie was engineer on tho tlve of tho train that brought tfe then Prlncij of Wnlcs to I'dcrbmo1 when be rliited 'Canada. Eccauie tho Body-Building Power of Boi-nlnai been 1010 20 limcl Ihenmount liken.