Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
.Monday, October 14, 1012 Pagall WENT CONSERVATIVE BY LARGE MAJORITY iVInnipeg.-Oct. two polls I still to hejirfrorn .tho oulclal majority in tho MaoDonald byo-oloctlon Is 785 Counsel for William Slflon who on A Hofwday pleaded guilty In tho provin- cial police court to charges under election -act, said this morning that this hud. been untlor a misapprehen- sion and his client WJIH permitted to enter u pleu of not guilty, the prc- llmlnnry hearing being Bet for Satur- day. MHEN THE DANDRUFF BEGINS TO FALL You'll know there something wrong. krone with healthy icalp hai Dandruff not naturnl. 8 Healthy, strong hntr cannot grow under conditions and what's far more dis- turbing, the hair that you have will soon turn flrcy and fall out. Then comet "PREMATURE GREY HAIR" and that lias Been about them. HEED THE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH feei wloiiJ'- 51.00 and SOc at Storei or direct upon Lipt uf price anil d-alur't Send lOc far ial Co., Ncyirk, N..J. Lake Majltoji.....Sat. Got 12 Empress Frf. Oct. 18 Empress pi Ireland Fri. Nov. i Lake Chaaiglain Sat. Nov. 2 Lake Mnniipliu .Sal. Nor. 9 Empress of Britain Fri. Nov. 1R i Lakb Michigan ....Sun. Last ulling f.rpm St. Lawrence Forts Excursion Rates NOV..7ih to DEO. Ships I St. John and Liverpool i'Empress of Ireland Fri. NOT. 29 Manitoba ...Sat. Deo. 7 i Empress of Britain Fri. Dec. 13 Berth Reservations and PeUUIs 'ifrom your local agent, or write J. S. Carter, General Agent ortage Ave, Winnipeg Man. Ocean Steamship vj Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Representing Can. Pae. Railway Koyal Mall Steamers. Canadian Northern Railway Royal Mail Steamers. Allan Line Royal Mail Steam- ers. White Star, Montreal, Quebec Boston, and New York Service. Cunard Line, New York, and Service. Donaldson Line, to and from Glasgow. Red Star, American line. French Line. Anchor Line. Hamburg America, Holland Russian American Scandinavian American And all other trans-Atlantic lines. "v5J Reduced rail fares In connec- Information as to arrival -ri.and departures of boats of the Vicarious lines cheerfully given. or write. S. B. MITCHELL, Afient, C.P.R. Letnbridfle 1 Hotel for Sale :A Cheap H The best small town hotel In for sale at a bargain. F. S. LEFFINGWELL, ,.-'4 Owner, feWarner. Alberta "is Slfton had no Idea ho was pleading to u criminal lite ploa ou Saturday merely covorltiK logitl- nmto canntSBlnu. 'I'fio preliminary hearing of (ho Walkenshiuv ease ban beau sol for Thursday at Portugo hi Pi'alrio. The. Tribune this aftornooii, while rogrell'Ing tho vonllct 'or'which It clfiiniB illicit practlceti vvoro lurgely reBponslhlB, saya that tho light for re- ciprocity tind free niarlioto will go on undaunted. Fell Down Tbe Free Press in an editorial' says: "The feellngn of disapiiolntment aris- ing from the jMacDoiiaUl election, havo to deal entirely tbe matter ot majority, Sojne are diuajipointed be- uuuso llie majority is too large, some Jjflcauao It is iou small. auvinE-tli cheerful optimists, who holrt that the 'a of miracles arc not one fumlliar with Ju Man- itoba know that it was a fight ivhich ld have betm obtained by a juuch lesser effort, but for a "killing" for a victory 'Sweeping.' enough to res- tore in some degree.: Mr. Hoser's dam- aged prestige and to buttress in some measirre the fialltug for tunoa of the House of-Roblln. lieavlng aside all personal feeling, Liberals not omcially, but individ- uals, gave the Independent candidate generous and loyal support. A sur- vey of the field of "battle makes it only too evident that moat of the army that set the lines of battle and put'the general in the field, deserted to the enemy or lay on their arras during the battle. It was the Liberal allies that bald their lines unbroken to the very end and saved defeat from degen- erating Into a rout." _ Randolph Churchill 0 'nee a Honle Ruler (Continued from front saved the Ulster Unionists from a complete deathblow to their catiBp through the barbed the rev- elations Royal He also drags the late Queen Vic- toria into tho issue.. He cites that the late King Edward and hfs mother quarreled bittejly over her attitude of hostility toward .Home Rule. It 'was when Edward was .Prince of Wales, when he sent for Paraell, says the author of this astoimdins- probe into the past. The for several hours, in the. course, of which the future King placed both uanda on the broad shoulders 'of the Irish lead- er, and B-fiid: Tarne-ll, your work is 'noble and great. It is one of the sorriest things I Iritow, tills hostility to your .splendid people. It maddens rne.the more so because If I .dared to interfere, I would only hurt instead, 61 help the Home Rule movement. 1 'have told Doth my mother and Salisbury what I think, of their, miserable conduct. They don't know the 'Irish, but 1 do, and their whole tribe; but I'd rather have the good will of your fellow coun- trymen than anything.else I know. Go ahead, Parnell; keep after 'them, and be sure you are1'going to win. If it ever .comes 'within 'my. power to help F shall not fail'ybu." Nobly Edward the'King kept the promise made by Edward Prince of Wales.- Parnell was in his grave when tbe opportunity for redemption came. It was Edward who made it possible for John Redmond to force the Home Rule issue' to the fore and keep it there. In his fondness for Ireland, he (bequeathed his son. ami heir George V., a legacy which he asked bis son to make the basis of everlasting peace n his realm. CHARGED WITH) ROBBERY COMPARISON OF CANADIAN AND AMERICAN GRADES The comparison of gradoB and prices between Minneapolis and Winnipeg is u fruitful source of diticuuitlou lit tuo pros out time. For thu convenience of its readers the Herald fiirnishos hero In under in parallel the gradou which approxlnmtely correspond. U must bo home in mind that while on tho American ull grades, no ma tier how low. are tUed by tho State. In Canada every tiling under Number Three wheat, for example, la tlxed by the Groin -Standards Hoard. A glance at the whout (jrades tmows tliat Manitoba No. 1 Northern Is superior to No. 1 Hard Spring Wheat, being two poimdu Heavier and containing 25 per coat, more -hard wheat. This discrepancy con- tinues through tho entire series of grades. These grades show how impossible Is any juet comparison ot CANADIAN GRADES Spring Wheat No. 1 Manitoba h'ard wheat shall be sound and well cleaned, weighing not lees than 60 pounds to the bushel, and ahall be composed of at least seventy- five per cent, of hard Ked Klfo wheat. No. 1 hard White Fife wheat be sound .and well cleaned, weighing not Ies3 than (JO pound a to tho bushel, and shall be composed of not less limn 00 per cont. of hard White Fife wheat, and shall uot contain more than 25 per cent of'soft wheat. No. 1 Manitoba northern wheat si be sound and well eltwnad, weighing not less than GO pounds to the bushel and shall be composed of at least UO per cent of hard lied Fife wheat. No. 2 Manitoba northern wheat shall be sound and reasonably clean, of good milling qualities and fit for ware- housing, weighing not less than 58 pounds to the buslicl, and shall be composed of at leant -15 per cent. o[ hard Tied Ftfe wheat. Any wheat not good enough to be graded as No. 2 Manitoba' northern shall be graded No. 3 Manitoba north- ern In tfce discretion of tho inspector. No. 1 wbcat rejected for smut and scoured shall be graded as scoured of the grade to which it belongs. No. 2 wheat rejected for smut and scoured shall be graded as scoured of the grade to'which It belongs. No. '3 wheat and lower grades re- jected for smut and secured shall be graded as scoured of the grade to which it belongs. Provided that wheat which Is Inspected No. 3 northern scoured, or lower, may be graded In such regular grade, 'not higher than No. 3, as the (Inspector determines. No. 4 commercial grade only. No. 1 wheat inspected as "no1 grade" for moisture and dried shall be grad- ed as dried of Ihe grade to which it belongs. No. 2 wheat inspected as "no grade" for moisture and dried shall.be graded as dried to the grade to which it be- longs. Provided that, on the written order of the owner, any No. 1 dried or No. 2 dried wheat may be graded as No. 3 northern. No. -3 wheat and lower grades in- spected as grade" fpr moisture and dried shall be graded, as dried of the grade to which ft belongs. Pro vided that wheat which is inspected No. 3 northern dried, or lower, may be graded in such regular way, not higher than No.'3 northern, as the inspector determines. Winter Wheat No. 1 Alberta red winter wheat shall be hard pure red winter wheat; sound and clean, weighing not leaa than 62 pounds to the bushel. 2 Alberta red winter wheat shall bo hard red winter wheat, sound and clean, weighing not less than 60 Ibs., to the bushel. No. 3 Alberta red winter wheat shall nclnde hard red winter wheat not clean enough or sound enough to be graded No. 2, weighing not less than 57 pounds to the bushel. No. 1 Alberta white wirtter wheat shaH be pure white winter wheat, sound and clean, weighing riot IGEB than 60 pounds to tho bushel. No. 2 Alberta white winter wheat shall be white winter wheat, sound and clean, weighing not less tha-n 58 pounds to the bushel. No. 3 Alberta white winter wheat shall .Include white winter wheat not clean enough nor sound enough to be raded as No. 2, weighing not less than 56 pounds to the bushel. No. 1 Alberta mixed winter wheat shall be red and white winter wheat nixed., sound, plump and clean, weigh- ng not less than 61 pounds to the "Winnipeg. Oct. youth, H. G.1 bushel, and containing not less thiisi per cent, red winter wheat. No. 2 Alberta mixed winter wheat shall be red and white winter wheat Doulmage, has -been arrested, charg-_. ed with tho theft of jewelry, valued at ?200, from Hamilton Dean, leading man of "The Butterfly on the Wheel" company, which played at the Walker Theatre last week. Dulmage "ad ac- cess to the theatre, as a result of knowing a number of the employees. Kcw lanes Coil Mia: Lump, Mine Bun or Screenings, by the (on or carload lots. 0.0. OL POST OFFICE SOX 9t Our Wall Paper Specials y day specials. -Write, amples. All grades and pr The Revlo Co. Are every day specials. -Write, phone or for samples. All grades and prices. 12SO 3rd Avenue South mixed, sound, plump and clean, weigh- ing not leas tha--i fjfl pounds to the CUBS DEFEATED THE WHITE SOX Chicago, Oct. Chicago Na- tionals defeated tho American lea- guers, 5 to 4, in the first decisive game of the series to decide tho cham- pionship of Chicago today. The White Sox threatened to tie up the score in the ninth Inning, hut Uorton" struck out withfthe bases full and two out. The Americans cuthit their oppo- nents, but Lavender was given better support than White. The game was witnessed by a crowd of Americans 000 201 4 15 3 Nationals___ 010 021 551 White and Easterly; Lavender and Archer. The farmers' elevator at Kisbey, Sask., turned away five farmers one day recently, not being; nlile to give them space on account of car short- age. AMERICAN GRADES. Northern Spring Wheat. 'No. 1 hard spring wheat shall be dry, sweet, clean, and consist of over 50 per cent, of the hard varieties, and weigh not leas than 58 pounds to tho measured bushel. No. 1 northrn spring wheat nball be dry; flound. and clean, may coil- Biet of tho hard soft varieties of spring wheat, a-nd weigh not less tlmn 51 pounds to the measured bushel. No. 2 northern spring wheat shall be tin') spring not clettn enough or liound onou'JTj for No. 1, but of good milling quality, and must not weigh leas than 56'pounds to the measured bushel. No. :i northern spring wheat shall be of Inferior, shrunken spring wheat, and weigh not less than 54 pounds to the measured bushel. No. 4 northern spring wheat shall Include all inferior spring wheat tint IE badly shrunken or damaged, and weigh not less than 40 pounds to measured bushel. Winte No. 1 red winter wheat Wheat all be pure red winter wheat ot bjth light and dark colors, dry. pweet, plum? and well cleaned, mid neigh -not 'ess .n til) pounds to the measured ill el. Co- 2 red winttr wheat shall be rod winter wheat of both light and dark colors, ahall not conuun more than. ft per cent. oC white wn.ter; dry, soin-J sweet anil clean, mid weigh not than 68 pound? to tiiti measured bush- el. No. 3 red winter wheat shall be sound, red winter v not clean and plump enough for No shall not con- tain more than a per of white winter wheat, and weigh not less th in 55 pounds to the bushel. No. i white irNiifjr wheat shall in Kxtva No. 1 Canada western oats shall bo-white, sound, clean and free from other grain, and shall contain 85 per cent, of white oatti, and shall weigh not than -12 poundB to iho buahttl. No. 1 Canada western oaia film II be white, Bound, clean and froo from oth- er grain, filial 1 contain 95 per con. of white oats, and shall weigh not 1 than poiindy to the bushel. No. 2 Canada western oats shall bo reasonably clean and K-MOOII- ubly free from other grain, shall con- tain 90 per cent; of white oats, mid ahall welgli not leas than 34 pounds the bushel. No, 3 Canada western oats ahall be sound but uot clean enough or s'uffici- jntly free from other grain to be grad- ed as No. 2. and ahull weigh not leas than 34 pounds.to the bushel. No. 1 black or mixed oate skull be free from other grain and welch thiin 3C jJCunilR to the birth el, or mixed oats shall be sound, rca'gonubly, clean, reasonably fret from other grain, and weigh not 34 pounds to the bushel. Extra No. 1 feed oats shall be sound, except ae to frost, shall contain not more than 2 per cent, of wheat, nor niQre than 2 per cent, of other grain, shall be reaflonably clenn, and shall weigh not leas-thai! 38 potinda to the bushel. No. 1 feed oats shall be oats exclud ed from tbe preceding grades on ac- count of damage other than heaUag, shall contain not more than 5 per cent, of wheat, nor more than 3 per cent, of other'grain, shall be reason- ably clean, and shall weigh not less than pounds to the bushel. No. 2 feed oats shall Include oats weighing less than 34 pounds to tho bushel or otherwise unfit for No. 1 feed. Barley No. 1 Canada western barley shall be plump, bright, sound, clean and frso from other grain, :and shall weigh not leas than 4.8 pounds to the bushel.. No. 2 Canada western barley shall be reasonably clean and sound, but not bright to bo graded as No. 1 and shall be reasonably from other and weigh not long than 48 pounds .to the busheL Rye elude all varieties of pi re, soft. winter wheat, sound, plump, dry, sweet and clean a-nd weigh less than yS pounds to the measi'rfit! bushel. No. 2 white winter wheat ahall chide all varieties of soft, white winter wheat, dry, sound and clean, may "con- tain no.t more than 5 per cent, of soft red'" winter wheat, and weigh not-less pounds 10 the measured bushel. No.' 3 white winter wheat shall in- clude'all vanetips ot" soft, white winter wheat, .may contain y percent, of "gravns other than1 mow-burnt 'arid- tiny contain, 10. per cent, of winter than 53 pounds to. the meas- ured .bushel. "NA-DRU-CO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS tmi jf Great Yalw to Me" There is only one explanation for the numbers of entbnsiastic letters thai we receive praising Xa-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, and that is that these tablets certafnljr do cure any kind of stomach trouble. Here is a typical letter from Sliss Eliza Arm swarthy, Cnnso, N.S.: "It is with pleasure I write to hiform that your Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia ablets proved of great value to Without any lasting good. Having beard of your tablets curing snch CBKS oa mine I decided to Rive them a fair trial. They proved saiisfsctory in my case." The remarkable success of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is such a success as can only come to an honest remedy, compounded according to an exceplioti- -ally good formula, from pure ingre- dients, by expert chemists. If you art troubled with your stomach just ask your Druggist about Nn-Dru-Cc Dyspepsia Tablets, compounded by tbe National Drajf and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, and sold thrvaghout the Dominion it a box. No. .1 Canada western rye ahall be sound, plump and well cleaned. No. 2 Canada Western rye shall be sound, reasonably clean and reas- onably free from other grains. All rye that is.from any cause unfit to ue graded .as .No. 2 rye shall he graded as rejected. Flax Seed No. 1 northwestern Canada flax seed shall be mature, sound, dry and sweet, and contain" not more than 12 1-2 per cent, of damaged.seed, and weigh not leps than 51 pouuds to the bushel of commercially pure seed. No. 2 Canada Western Has seed shall contain not more than 25 par cent ot damaged seed, and weigh not. less than 50 pounds to the bushel of commer- cially pure seed. No. 3 Canada western flax seed shall bo flax seed which Is Immature or musty, of which contains more than 25 per cent, damaged seed, and IB fit for warehousing and testing not less than 47 pounds to the bushel of com- mercially pure seed- Flax seed that is damp, warm mouldy, musty or otherwise unfit for warebbuaing, shall be classed as no grade. No. 3 barley shall Include all'slight- ly shrunken and otherwise slightly dEmaged barley, not good enough for No. 2, and shall weigh not less than 44 pounds to tbe measured bushel. No. -t barley shall include all barley fit 'for malting purposes, not good enough for No. 3. No. i feed barley must test not less than'40 pounds to the measured bushel and be reaeo-nabUy aound and reason- ably clean. No. 2 fed barley shall include all barley which Is for any cause until for the grade of No. 1 feed barley. CITY AND DISTRICT Sunday Niyht Band Concert The initial Sunday evening band concert for the season ai .the 'Majestic be hold next Sunday night. As last season a plate will be at the door for voluntary contributions, aixl tlie band boys hoys there won't quite so many pass in with their eyes fo- cussed. on the opposite direction to Uio plate. They say the contributions, af- ter rent is paid, are light enough, and it doen't look good to see so many noa contributors passing in. City Council Tomorrow The City Council will hold a regular meeting tomorrow afterncton. The new city charter will be the main sub- ject of discussion. Copies of tbe char- ter are now prepared and wi'.l be put inio the bands of tbe aldermen tbls afternoon. U is understood that the council will appoint a special commit, tee to consider the charter, ami it will be given very careful consideration, RS, with session of tbe legislature not convening until February, there will he plenty of time for considera- tion all iioints. Oata No. i white oats eliall bo; white, dry, sweot. ifouud, eloiiii ainl free from other grain nml tihuM wHgh not1 loss than to tho mcaimi'cd bimh- No. 2 white oats (shall bo so veil- eights white, dry, .reas- onably clean and practically free from other grain, and shall weigh not less limn 31 pounds to- (ho mcusuveU bushel. No. 3 while oats shall ho clghts white, dry, HWCDI, Kound, roas- oimbly clean and yraciiciiUy from other grain, uiid shall weigh not Icew than 28 pounds to tho measured hueh- ol No. 4 white oats Hlmll Include it 11 oats not sufflcioi'Uy sound and clean for No. li white .shall weigh not less than' 24 pounds .to tlic incua- ured bushel. No. I cats shall bo cloau and free from other grain, and weigh not less than pounds to the n'easured No. 2 otts be .dry, sweet, sound, reanonably clesn and practically free fiom other grain and shall weigh not less than 31 poun-h'to the bushel. t 'r 7t- oats slmll burall oatji :i'.iai are merchantable and warehouscable, and not fit for the higher grades. No barley shall be plumpi bright, rloau, and free from other sfcall weigh not than 45 pounds ic Ihc measured bimHei. No. 2 barley shall be sound and healthy color, not plump enough for No. 1 reasonably clean aad reasonably free from other grain, and shall weigh not less than 4G pounds .to the meas- ured bushel. No, 'A Canada western .'barley; shall be reasonably clean !and reasouably free from all other, grain; shall In- clude weather stained and slightly shrunken barley, but; sound barley, and weighing not less than 45' pounds to the bushel. No. 4 barley, No. feed and No. 2 feed in Canada arc commercial grades. Rye No. 1 rye shall be sound, plump and well cleaned, and shall weigh not less than 56 pounds to the measured bugheL No. 2 rye shall be sdund, reasonably clea-n and reasonably free from other grain, and shall weigh not leas than 54 pounds to the measured bushel. No. 3 rye, all rye slightly damaged or from any other unfit for No. 2 shall be graded No. 3. Flax Seed. No. 1 northwestern llaxseed shall be mature, aouud, dry and sweet. It shall be northern grown. The maxi- mum quantity of Held stack, storage or other damaged seed intermixed shall not exceed twelve and per cent. The minimum weight shall be 51 pounds to' the measured bushel of commercially pure seed- No. 1 fiasseetl shall be northern grown, sound, dry :tnd free from mus- tineas, and carrying not more than twenty (30) per cent, of immature or field stack, storage or other damaged flaxseed, and weighing not less than forty-nine (49) pounds to the meas- ured bushel of commercially pure'seert. No. 2 that is bin burnt; immature, field damaged or musty, and yet to a degree io be unfit for storage, and having a test weight of not less than forty-sever (47) pounds to the measured bushel of commercially pure seed, shall he No. '2 flaxseed. No grade that is damp warm, mouldy, lire burnt, very musty, or otherwise unfit for storage, or having a weight of less than forty- seven (4J> pounds to the measured bushel of commercially pure seed, shall be no grade. There will be nothing doing among the North Ward ratepayers until tcr the Dry-Farming Congress. A meeting may be held after the big event is over. DOCTORS SAID IT WAS HEART FAILURE M Saw Mi Uj-M Cm! Mi OST., LURCH afth. "I suffered front severe Indigestion and Dyspepsia for nearly two years. I could not take foal without fearful distress. Two doctors thought my; disease Heart Failure and incurable, ami I expected to die in a Abort time.. My son asked me to try From ,the outset, I wis better and- gradually thii fruit medicine completely cured me. I took perhaps a dozen boxes now I; am cured ana have gained over pounds in -1 HRNRY SPEERS (Justice of "I'niit-a-tives" are nold by all at 500 F box, 6 for trial p'te 250 or sent ou receipt of price by Fruit-ft Limited, Ottawa, Turkey Apparently Bent on Wai (Continued from front tria of gross bad faith in englneerlm the peace negotiations with the press purpose of robbing the victori- ous Italians of the fruits of their ad u- ous campaign against the Turks. The utmost indignation prevails and the cry "On to if heard on every lip. The government IB taking advantage of this to rush mobilization, and-the dispatch of ev- ery available Italian .ports convenient for debarkation, to Turkish mainland.; Tbe fleet-bar steam up, and is standing by, to convoy the transports to the expected scene of conflict. The War Council, it is a swift descent upon both Constantin- ople and Salonika The main hodv of the army is to be landed between- Ernos and Galllpolls, supported 'by lighter ships of the fleet, which will threaten the entrance to the Dardan- elles, whllo the heavier' veisehr and a force of marines aesatl'Salonika. By thus "carrying the'reiuimpttoh of the war Into European Turkey Ital> hopes to anticipate Austria s deilgna and make common cause "with'the Balkan states in "the holy crusade. Turks Invade Servia Belgrade Servia, Oct body of Turkish troops crossed .the Scrr vijin frontier at Ristovaez near Yran- ya at 5 o'clock this morning and. air "tacked the 'Sen iin garrison there at cording to in official despatch from the beman general ini command Fighting still in progress Alien the message was tlL'Spntched. fi reec'R Makes a Demand Uheus Greece Oct 11 re- lease within 24 hours of the Greek vessels h) lurkej is to vessels confiscated bv Turkey is to he demanded today bv the Greek.minis- ter at Constantinople "under- instruct tions from his government. In the note which he is to hand to the Tarl" ish..government, the payment of tin indemnity to the owners oi the ves sels is demanded. Turkey Invites War London, Oct. Greek note to Turkay demanding the release ol the confiscated Greek vessels is the nature ol an ultimatum which official circles here think it is certain Tur- key will promptly refuse t-o comply with. It therefore means immediate war. There is no doubt that Turkey knew the seizure of ships before the breaking out of hostilities, was. an; act of war and according to the most reliable information from Constantin- ople, the Ottoman government intend- ed tliis action to be a provocation. CALGARY'S BIG BRIDGE Calgary, Oct. contract for. the construction of two high" level bridges across the Bow river will pro- bably be awarded to the C. P.'A. Turn- er Company, of Minneapolis, at Mon- day night's meeting of the City Coun- cil, if the recommendations of the" commissioners are accepted. TheV bridges will be of re-inforced con-7 crete, and the Minneapolis firm's ten-I der for the two.is The bidv is about under the of the city engineer. SUSPEnDERS Never know they're on men, Look at simple construction. No pulleys, no 'harness, "EZE" cords slide from side to side. No up and down tug- ging on buttons. Fr-ae shoulders, smooth shin, butto-as secure, rust-proof, metals can't strain. Genuine stamped on buckles, refuse imitations. Guaranteed abso- lutely for 1 year. Tho biggest fJOc. Ti suspender value i in Canada, 50o, At Your Dealer's or Postpaid for 50 cents THE KING SUSPENDER CO., TORONTO, CAN.