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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 8 TITE LETHBRITXiE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, October From the far East tothci great West, coffee reigns supreme at the breakfast table. 1 yM H. RICE THINKS IT WOUUD LESSEN DRUNKENESS AND IMPROVE .SOCIAL CON. DITIONS Will fill ONI CARD5TON HtALty MEN HAVE PROPOSITION OF GRAIN SHOT A BEAR Cariitoo, Oct. J.. Y. L'arJ and Hugh B. Brown, o! las C'aidstoa Investment Co-, Ltd., last week in "I thiuk there should be wat all over Canada." This state- ment, made by P. H. Kice. president ._......... ci the Halting Co., o! Winuirfi. th? sub-division thev are j ,ii 'pidinr piiltsltH ot p-jltice oa the market in the south 2U-U vi ir LIT c..._.. tinnvi the o! fsrdston. Some JZ.OOJ. i win cr in development wor's tion ol Chief CuJdr ot Ulfary, wiu be oStrod. The others in that city thai five cent raakipj( a formal an- would lessen the drunkenness in Wes- ?Seal Brand Coffee Is the recognized standard by. all others are judged. CWe Sanborn, Montreal ut nour.ceir.ent soon. The I'nltcd Grain 1'roiucers. Lim- ited is setting a large share cf the CarJston grain this year. Up till present time soiuf hall million] bandied by the firm j tta, and of this J bushfh was bought by the! tern cities, and would te better ior the health of the people. Mr. Hice thinks the o! the five cent glast is conr-ng. liave it cm huslicls bavc the. cossi aad- in the east, anil ins gouthfrQ infection is spreading to the inland busbf prorlncfs. Icardstca Investment Co. at Cards- j There wouiu tie more and less ian J strong drink cousnuud thinks llr. I niariet at Csrdslon is not Rice. Uwr become leis oi al600cj. Ariythlnj that hss heea sold; luxury, and Instead take shtppfil to MiuoeapoHs andj place similar to it enjoys in'Culuth. aad several cars are now on; L'nitcd Staffs and Enjlind. He slat- ,v2y to thffe points. Farmers ed that the city co'Jncil was consW- 6ie arivlsed to held their osts j crinj the na'.ter in Calgaty, but lor Thue will a! I hardly looked for the revolution Of teams working .on the C. the price ci schemers to coue just i 5. reclamatioa ivoiVs at Babb across yet. the line, ar.d is all hauled Mr. Rice is on Ms annual trip j Car Jston. Tte advice of the grain through the west, exhibiting the 1913 is being heeded for there not malt samples. And the sample pound oi oals in any ol the. from Southern Alberta barley tops J tors or at the Cardston Flour Mills.' the list. "He says it cannot "be heat- Mrs. T. Merldew little en. -The barley crop ot Southern Al-j child, and Mrs. J. and berta this year is a wonder. It hss: Master Willie all ol Cardston, lelt.on proven his contention that -this part Ijlonday morning for a" visit to the ,of Canada is the best malting barley [old land. Thev sail oi Fimaj Irom lorooro, Ont, CK.L The Greed district in Canada beyond a doubt. 'Montreal on the Teutonic, ilrs. Merri- who have been at- Mr. Rice also favors the sample dew to her home in the fsle c! xba win tele- [market method ol selling grain. Ho Man and Mrs, Savage to London and, returned to their homes to- !says it is a sharce the farmers of England. a T. R. OONFEBENCBS ___ WITH TELEOHAPHERS itd In dtBpnte is now Southern'1 Alberta have to .class their fc'tho of the birle'y Vilu the feed products of oth- srbltiitort did not miito sf parb, but that is all that is pos- a itilemeat, it it undeiatood thrt uoder the presi-nt grading sys: entirely cleared and had it not been for a: dash of rain on Monday, threshing would hive teen resumed today. snow hos letl raadn out a cood and a an-tncreue. WILLOW RIVER IXTEMOSl' BSITUH COLUMBIA'S future SIAXuTACtinuXG and COM- MBRCUL OpiUl, offers anriralled opportunities for mousy matins IX- opporlunldce for money nuklflg K- YBSTMEN'TS, BUSINESS, and HOMTS. on ths-FRASEH rmi WILLOW niYERS, QRiND THTJNK PACIFIC, PACIFIC AXD IIDDSOS BAT and other rallroida in Ihe centre ol a laKOB, RICH PARM- ifiG :AXD-TIMBER the i-itural supply point for the WON- OCRFDL. PEACE Rn'ER COUNTRY, jid'tne RICH OARfBOO .M1MKO .DISTRICT, insares ti'e fotnre of WiL- -l.OW RIVER. Write r.o-s, Ujdaj, (or :rea maps, plsti, etc, PACIFIC LAND 1 TOWNSHIPS CO. Street, B. C. .tm...Tl.-e best barlej- sold is graded abundant moisture in the grour.d and only Estra Xo. much of it j what fall'grain is had a worth a ten cent premium-over! good start season. A-report that price. Southern Aiberta Lakes district .teles'at "iel todjv inches of "snow on a level. On Sun- would sell at- SO cents a bushe! on the sample market-In .the Chicago rrain exchange. The duly is only 16 per bushel cow, so that ii would be possible to find a newoutlct for their barley il Ihey inveslijated. Vkte-Vidrola -i The Creator of Pleasant Evenings THeVkhoU it the entttUiiw, it aids gaidy and pWxae to occuioo. k is whole concert ot "show" in Mi. Wlnn cUuical rmuic is desiied the greatest linger and oxMKuiu k the world reatiet it (of you. When the popoti fonns of enterUiamenl ate wanted, the entertainers provide it, by way of the Viclrola. each-in his oc her own inimitable siylel be without a Victrola any longer. There i> Muter1! Voice m your town who will to pUy mwic yau'wih. to hew ou tSe ViclrciU. If you tad it iscoaveciral (o cil on rne k would be pleuure to to gite dtraoeihuion of iny tubinenl you dVsrc. in your own KQCK. VicfrolM (20 to' utd ace told oa menti (x low u per week) if dewed. Victor records ue 90c for 10-m. double nded. Ail (or cue dialogue ItsliDf over 5000 Victor recoct. Berliner Gram-6-phone Co. LIMITED MONTREAL fey it-had not all disappeared. E.-II'." iJorc, who'has teen" spending the fall at laVes summer resort with his lauiily, is reported to have killed a hear- F. K. OSAYASHI KILLED IN CAL. GARY WAS BURIED IN RAYMOND CEMETERY Raymond, Oct. last ritej were observed yesterday over, the MR. TWEEDIE WANTED CLEAR. WATER PAPERS PRODUCED IN, SAID NO'" TheWhisky Quality Oct. H.-I'remier Elf- body of K. hokarashi, a Jap tcpiying in the- house, yesterday t T..M. Tweedie, Ceu- who moved for the re- was killed by an on one of the to a Ot streets of Calgary, and tte Calzary, w hose remains arrived here ol a1t docunleats, the report ol .evening s tram lor in the officer and relat- in any way "to the' Clearwater local cemetery. The dec e.i-ed colony'about tte sugar factory, hav- the" house and opened in? employed in Raymond until the tr.e past eight years. action in the courts was disposed of- His purpose In removing to Calgary !ThE matter-wa5 slill in- Ihe courts was to establish i green grocery tllt, paptrs ,Vere sealed and -in Business, where he could jell the pro- possession of the "clerk and would duce raised'by his friends on their be jinde.d over't'o tfce courts: larms in Rayrodcd. U.was -with- n- _ Mason Risdi '404 5th ST. 3., BRYAN BLOCK Pianos WESTERN BRANCHES PHONE Ml. ill Spend-Untii Farmers Have Elevators Every-' where" Front The. Preinier tabled receipts and lor the Province -of Alberta. the'- year, ot were '.ibled in -the Premier Si.lton sliow- an estimated surpVus-of recBipta over expenditures ol compared with an estlraited mrp during tlie current year o! The estimated recelpti for v-ar 1914 are Public works char: to capital Education...... T63.610 Ljfrlculture t sli- MB tics, chnrie- able .to .income. Agriculture fc sta- Ustlce, charge- capital, iospitala, chari- ties and public heallli Telephones, char- Income Telephones, .char- geable to capital with ea'ttmated On' a being Mr. -TsveeJ- Dena-Ni the Brand well known la the 'election, said that they could not be! for the current year. The total ea- L--- expenditure Is compared with cpemilture for the current The amount of expenditure a'ppeori lees than last year largely on account of the fact that telephone extensions this year will demand only one mil- lion .dollars as compared with millions voted yen aad the.) that Uie Interest ori the Great-Walerwaya bonds, which- year was does not ftm owing to the fact that the settlement with Ibe A. nr.d G. W. company js before the The. eipend In practically all of the for crnnKMit s'nows anUncrease, the est Increase being on account culture. One of the most noteworthy fee which ahstairjed from a high amhitiona that he left room ie.s hy 39'votes ttat morning u 'search oi i building to ]5. the mem- in which to set up his busmtss. liut ter jor citarwater, were to ti.e gtorad when, in 'turning a sharp corner, ho was struck by a' speeding motor his body falling violently to tbo paved street. He was rushed to a 'hospital, but taelve houts aiter the frightful accident. The service iras conducted by the Mr. Toorahs, the local Prcsbv- terian minister, acd there were pres- ent, besides the entfre Jap colony, Messrs.' EMsonT Uis.snbach antl U'allc- er, of Ihe Sugar corn the I-l.-Albert Diisiell, arrested at Oak Part-; a'suburb, has, Herald man. After pthe- pastor had the police confessed to the mur- cosclutfed Mi short hut tirr-eiy ser- dcr of1 Alice' 3jathevvs. in llinncapolii mon; two intimate Itiends ol the de-.! March .23; ceased read In their native tonjue, tributes to. the departed dead, Throughout -the service a- respectful reverence ivas shown by the Japan- ese, ar.d It" was-.their wish that a Christian cross mark the spot where their comrade was laiil to his fir.jl rest. The unfortunate young man leaves a wife, who may by this time bc Eoraercriere oh the broad Pacific, eagerly looking forward io the meet- wvlh hti husband in their fa'aav honie in the great western world.'it to be hoped thftt she has r.ot yet ,et A.COffAIinY.y'C.KIMB Oct. n. of 326.000 1H.000 ToO.COO A PASTE -NoWASTE IgpDusT I THESE DAU.EY G! LTP.rlAMlLTpN.OOT.I No RUST goTcTTrmcDts lo'interfere in Ihe pro--, and Soo lines on November 1. Taritl perty rights ol individuals, to the ex-! schedules on-rntfis over, theso lines Public Institutions tent of. thai they would j Into North Dakota have been, filed Misuellaneoui MINNEAPOLISS DEALER SAYS DRASTIC ACTION IS NE- CESSARV ON CONTIN; ENT not be allowed' to slaughter tlieir calves or' female catlle under a cer-i tain a8ci DUl air' "rmlf convinced that such a course would be for the good ol ill urid a practical gunrantco the ot the greatest number of people concerned. "The principle-of is admitted in the case of protecting wild b'rds and lorhiclding. the prom- iscuous distilling of whiskey and'why not, in the grave conditions esist'ng, call a half to Ihe slaashter cf calvps and yoong .cows J In Montina to'lay a calf'.is .worlb J20 the moment it Is dropped.-The hrrhs, many-ol 1btm, are mortgaged..and the farmers can- not tii'e the risk ol.tfce r FOR CHILE jroungr :Theielofc, .they sell.. Winaipe'g, Oct. dobtd season lor female cattle, making It illegal to kill.any btlltr or calf-or cow un- ia suggested by W. blame'them. "The conditions drastic ac- tion -ihd-.-Csnada .-and the- United Slated should get together anrl make amount or whicn tae htids If, count r its menl eipects to from rte' daiiihlei ol thewai tho ComtnGrce Com- Waterloo's population IB nw and assessment Guclph assessors report n lion ond clothing. OR- baa saved thouaands of drink- ing men.' It Is a home treatment and given secretly. Your money n the-polflio line ever seen Jiere. ago ho threw somo old potatoes out; Into the yard, think- ing they weve 'uselcts. Veateyday _he picked up one and found" tna'tliic oM Bbnll wjilch had lain qnLtoji of the ground'-.KM full of lltlle potatoes which-had grown Inside tho old ]io- talo.. The oM-potato was burn'open Ifi two places, and the llttlo onea could be Been llowtbe potato propagated In this way without being covered with earth Is-a puzzle to ev- eryone who has seen It. TO RE-AOJUST THE PASSENGER RATES" well as are 1 rich, in :Mood, flesri" fttd 'Verrs building .propcrtlei, II the reason :why. dyspeptics. ftnd ato- rnach sufferers obliged to exclude from their dle.t all'starchy-, sweet or.fatty 'food-.Are' trying to ttetvn up a'-rnisci'Sblfe' '.eiffitenfift-on :a prpductfl'J 1 -.wouldh-.'suggest shoulil; try lood'or foods' 'which'you. like, In moderate Imrot-d- lately nflenvardg' a of M- magncsli a Illlte .'not or cold iraierA, flclcl whlcli may be'prcacnt, may and Instes'd'-of leollng of And fv.U- you will find that your' toot with you perfectly. Blauratei magnesia U'doubtlcBa the food torrecllvc and antacid inown. .It not a medicine and has no'.direct action on the elomacfi, but by Iralfzlrig the acidity of the food, con- tents and thus removing the ftoarcfl of the acid Irritation which Infl am M the dcllcnfo Etomnch It does rriOro than could possibly bo doae by any drug or medicine. As-a physi- cian In Ihe usfl ot medicine whcr.ovcr but I 'must ad- mit tMt I cannot see sense of Minneapolis, Jlitm., Oct dosing an Inflamed nnd Irritated llrst rfi-adjiistment 'of tnter-statc with Instead of gcttinj; be refunded after a trial. It J80riger rates on He basis of two cents] failed to benefit. Costs only U.OO a' box) Come In and gti a bnnk- let and let ua tell you o? the ORKINB Is doing. Red Cr6ja Drug Store Ltd., Acndla Third mile In Mlrmeso.t %7llb the ruling of 1 puprernc Court In rale will be pi ______ tie Oreai Noftncfn, Northern (rouble. Get n little hlsurated mag- nee In from -your drugBist, cat %hat Sft he.united.siniM uwi a( yga. nel, meali the Minnesota 0( magncsia ut Into elfccl on. illrcclcd sifi> If. 1'ra not ;