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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I'ritlay, September THE LETITiminGE HERALD LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL AT WHOLESALE PRICES City Office, Royal Bank Bldg., Lethbridge, Alia. Phone 1393 Delivered anywhere in Southern Alberta CENTRAL LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridge Yard 1407 3rd Ave. South Phone 1492 LONDON TIMES COMMENTS ON SPEECH OF EX-PRESIDENT TAFT Sept. 5. Ex-President Taft's criticism at Montreal of American judicial system I: WHAT MAY DEVELOP IN MEXICO IS A MATTER OF MUCH CONCERN Washington, D. C., Wept. liam Ilayarii Hale, wr.u spent the The HERALD wants real live, active correspon- dents at Pincher Creek and Taber. Write the Editor ihcine of au outspoken editorial injCondit flic Times, which Kays; "Mr. Taft's pruncJTicctiicrit is bound ty intensify '.he v.hicli many cr.nj cotn: to Cccl in the thejUst three months studying political- ..iditions in Mexico, I.iiil before I'rc-{ Wilson toiiav ii.initu.iticn he gathered .about" the lluerta govern- ment and also coulellcd with Sec- retary Hrjau. Dispatches from Mexico City saying stats aril tlic svstcm prointnent Mexicans dclieveil Huerta INTERIOR OF BUILDING THAT COLLAPSED The diagram tht arrangement o? the Interior of.tht old Barric building In Peterboro before the collapse. An arch haj-besn cut through the wall and the second floor was already occupied by the mantle departrtient. DISTRICT NEWS r.oby EEtLAW law, Sept. Muster Olaf nod- !E tome now from the I-eti- o Hospital, -where ho was taken for treatment for He Is veil now, and makes Uio tblrd valiont ttnt homo cured from Ural boapltal in the.past two mODths (ronl tils nclgH- torbood. Ordall Hwliogs a the first oi this week on toe. l.-13-lc. H had sti rattles, wd Ibla 11 the U one ifB hare in this It IB reported thU the be comraencoS west ot toe Bis How river on September 6, to we look for the can. In IV bur 1 sure. MrEmest Domay has inaflB a set oi letter boxw for Postaastcr Vaughn to be llM.4 Farmers' Supply Co.'a store, and he res Jo a very neat job or Uiem. Our uarber, Mr. loft. We do not know why ho left, as he could expect a BooJ lively Thi one Uzzls. lira'and Hilda Piit- chard, !n company with. David Thom- as, guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. W. H. Iltet-l on Sunday. Miss Siaud Eiieraon, of AJdeu, inc., t.r.s been tho guest'6! Mr. and iMre. T. C. Fegjj during the past Tveek. -T. C. POSTS and wife.drove.over to tic liorae of W.'U. Zlazcl on.Sunday, to Join a jolly party of merry-mak- ers ia a new automobile. Miss .Maud Euerson end Sidney Glasgow and 1'eari Jonea.ivcre guests of TV- H. Hazel and wife on Sunday. Jilrs. Barney and daughter, Lilly, vrili Mr. and Mrs. John 'uB tcilrou1'1 in favor cl (ierouini ius- make hunscll candidate for the they aic It ir.cre flatlcry to pretend that judsE.i' of trilur.als have lito I confirmation licie, hut I he ttc sfaniu'ns of our jurliciery, (news was nut surprising to ailnn'nis- "Tlii great crowius lack o! cor.n-! tialion dflieials. While they are still hoping for a definite assurance that MAN PUT HIS WHEELS HEAD BENEATH OF OBSERVATION CAR Government Farm High School al Claresholm Opens on October 28 .Miss Irena TlOECoe visited friends ia thft distcict on Thursday. Edward IU-ECOQ has gone to Cali- lomln. will visit, all tile large and many other poinlc of Inter- est in that state- before returning to ils Alberta fprm. will leave the Meld open to some "ilr. Hvido'J haa Sought an nuibraoblle, and ean now maXe a trip to Tabor or annthfro elso as quick hope lie will cnloy il. llr. Rodneby.is plaBterloj his new dwelling on bis. farm .south west of Rdlaw. and expects to occupy It by October 1. None ot the threshers up our way the threshers1 combine, erganlzcd old prices will vall. Our firmert will rsoi sland any talao In the o'.d ra'.e of seven and ten u they feel It's enough. Trie telephone mc-n ftio extending Uie. line six miles rlorlh of tho Hoso Plains Pchooi- ho'jso, 10 we nro in bopcs soon be connected the vest of the business ivorld. Mr. .latnes Noiin's 50-ncrc field of wheat loolts as If it Is good for two bushels. Mr. Jolan has one tho rarco size Just as good. If not bet !tr. and 'there more Ilko these. N'ow'thtt tho cars are nearly here it Rttlaw, we find ourselves in liopca thai thn line from Retlaw will soon b. built lo Klpp; In fact, we know tb pconlo between here and Kljip need Ibis Tery much. They have walt- td long and patiently for It, and wo boiio 19H will sen It complcled, as Mil as Ihc lino to Taber. Are loofe for our buildinK boom ti innimencc now. There arc lots of ni aic-.-i in Iho air. Have yon bough! tbn Jot ycl? II ta time you did. The lumber for the farmers' cleva lor IE billed to Tnbar, and will bo at aaulc.1 lo Kttiaw by Ihc farmers loon ss It arrives. II Is Ihc phn ot f !lie company -lo hive the elevator for our croj> ns soon as the iars atrivo. II will have a capacity if .-about bushels. CALDWELL Caldwoll, Alta., Sept. an aHirinalirc or negative characicr wprc expected which will affect the Washington government's policy Jaw, Sept." As No.' I was lulling out at noon, a man as yet dmUfled. deliberately placed Ins head beneath the wheels of the observation car. All the.. wheels went over his face and death was instant-ineouB. Despite the crov.d oa the I depot platform but few saw it, t was betwetn 41) and 50 years old and owing to the nature ot his Injury was unrecognizable. He had no papers in his iwctet. CM local men organized a company known as the Calgary Flour Mills limited for the purpose of carry tog oa.'au extensive milling and elevator business in this city. They, have selected a 15-acre site in tli-c- eastern portion of the city where shipping facilities can be obtained over all three trans continents' lines upon, which they will, within 90 days hegln the construction a fioyr mill with a dally capacity of 0.0001 barrels together with a large terminal elevator. 1 his represents the unit only ot this mamraotl enterprise and th'n initial outlay "VII be WILL IMPROVE FINANCIAL SITUATION Sept. After inspect- j ion ot National Transcontinental rail-way from Cochraiie to Winnipeg, Hon. Frank Cochraue announced on his arrival la AVInnipes toat the line would he ready' to handle this' year's grain crop. Mr. Cochrane is In Uie weat.lo inspect the entire G. T. P. system. On1 the financial situation Mr- Cochrane Is optimistic over the crop outlook and believes It will materially :help to loosen the money situation. Calgary, Sept. at 'will un-doubtly bo -the largest flour, milling iulu3try In the British empire jviH Gbbrtly be locaierl in the city of Calgary. r group of. Influential. United Stales; whoj'fdf niEifiy years heen Identified (With "torse ihUltng interests in :the state of Minnesota and elsewhere, have. tbe co-op p ration" of R. number Probably the best feature the provincial demonstration farm schools, Is the fact that the course Is in. sion at a time ivhen the absence of boys and girls from tbe (aim will not be Keenly felt. The course opens on October and March and during that time there IB very .IKtle soles on that cannot be bandied I Just as well by tie farmer ulraself. Mr. J. of '.be provincial school at Clarcahplmj TVAS la the city yesterday on a tour of the south to visit prospective .students, ind lie Is very enthusiastic over the :W1LSONS POISON Ask your Druggist or Grocer to show you the new plan for killing all the flies in your house or store in one night, and have neither, flies nor fly killers about in the daytinHv greatest movement in the world to- day, ho might have leit the public ol tnc opening or Ihese J l.clhbridge the idea.that he-l-mi i schools. The equipment is arrlviagi at least some gray matter, hot to He i dally, and is splendid and up-to-date j mention that the merchants wo-l.l in every particular. 5tr. Stephens saya tiiere are IS prospective students in Raymond, and lie will oe satisfied il he gets S or 10 of these. He will visit. Hay- montl acd Magrath, having como from Tater yesterday morning, where tliero are 10 or 12 prospects.- Ei-crylhing points lp a full attend- ance on tbe opening day, and tho tea- inspect- chins staff will be complete by that time. It is tlie aim oi ttic department1 to I make tho course as practical as poa- during the first year, when very little actual science vrill have had some sympathy in lli.l.c. 16 or attempt to belter themselves. Th.nK- WEV all. WINNIPEG FIRM WILL NOT ADMIT THAT ITS LEASE HAS BEEN CANCELLED Condemn e 'ng you for the space in your valii-" able' paper. Tours truly, 1'LAY FAIR. MUST SERVE TERM Friends of Ottawa Man, Who td Girl Tried Hart for Release Ottawn, Sept. infon i t'lo convict Alexander IlaniiDrinan that hu tie administrator of tU? felt sovclliment docs not. see (it lo be Introduced. It Is boped and tiat one successful year will mean! a great advance in ILe work, for Ectual results will have been attained. People's Forum Our Prices are Condemned by the Hardware Trade Because We are Selling at a Loss KNAPPKN Knapped. SejH, tail a'lino fiOT.'cr of rain on Harvest- M Is nil dono, an.l Maiding (s woll iiidcr war. Threshing will commence icxt week. 1 Ightnlng siruclt the granary of Ichn Blrohl, tnaktng n hole In tho oof, :md tllverlng up tho posla Inside 'oulldfng quKo badly. and Mrs. William Prltobanl, "Indians oil tlie.Blood Hoservo will never consent to Its being opened to small leases, and have aUaya been perfectly satisfied with past condll- Tlmt from Mr. W. H, Fares, of the live slock firm of Gordon, Ironsides Karcs, who until July firsj held tho Icr.jca of the reserve, for the grazing of cattle, out who are now raying a head for the. privilege, Mr. ITirea hn tltlled 'tho ComjuDj'g And says that they are la fine (Jiape, and that Iho, range Is tho best It has been for He wouli not jo Into the mafter erf lew93, pro or con, only to ttf that Indlins would not slnnd for UIB, opening of their to email ranchers, lie iltd not deny however, that the bad not Veen re-granted Half Price Enamelware Tinware Nickel Cop- perware Razor Strops will buy a Copper Boiler 90c will buy a set of Mrs. Potts Sad Irons, nickled .40 will buy a set of Asbestos Sad Irons Absolutely our final cut Our slock is get- ting low HURRY HURRY Stafford-Agnew "COST OF LIVING FIGURES" Editor o! the Herald a rcarler ot the Herald, I would like to encroach upon a lltlb sjtacp to touch upon a report iu the issue of Wednesday as-Air tho alore heading. I notice a particularly- strong comment by the speaker from Toronto, and also observe your re- Ms case, The sbove message signed br VJ[ Richardson at the Ottawa court DOU2C todayi journeyed to the govcrj-. or of tho to the prlrnner. Hannerman, Tyiio is a Ottawa cltlztni. was sentenced to tliree monthE1 imprisonment tnc 10th of August on'a charge of upon a young lady at the Qrand Uni- on Hotel. He was taSen 111 shortly Ws and Ms releaiu sought for by his friends. NEW HOTEL FOR REOINA Ileglna, Sept. proder decided this morning lo erect a Etory hotel with K-0 rooms, on his port that one member o! the meeting i Properly at the corner of Elevc; took objection lo -this statement, which was to the effect that "all co- operators are Hats, anil Ihs co-oper- atire store is a flitn-llnin on the i lie." Now, Mr. Editor, we con .at! once assume that the said 'speaker ia J paid to get out and so we will forgive him tor ovexstcppin; the mark. But that only one member took objection to the remarks sur- prises me, for (f i UM meeting the other Bight bad feft out his remarks about spirit; avenue and Bread street cavatiort ia already completed SAGE AND SULPHUR DAEENS GRAY HAIR this tho-ough faded, lif> lett locks bscomi dark, gloyiy, youthful Hair tbal loses Its color lustre, or wben It fades, lurai gray, dull an 1 lifeless, is caused: by a lack of sulphur In the hair. Our grandraMher made up A. mixture of Sags and Sul-: phur to kwji her locks dark ind beautiful, and thousands o? wo- men and men who-value that "even color, that beautiful dark fhado of htlr which Is so tractive, uie ocly this old-time recipe. we gel this famous mixture by uklng at any drug for 60 cent bottle of "Wyeth'i Site ind Sulphur Kabr darkens co naturally, so evci- that aotxxljr can possibly tell II iuu twea tpplltd. It takM dandruff, stops icalp Itoklic ftlllnt hair. You. tot 'dampen a sponge or soft' fcnuS wlib It and draw this; tbrcucb your htlr, Uking 'one 'strand >t a time. By rornlnB the gray hair, dlsap-i ECaraf out what delights the ladles with and. Sulphur fi (hit, boMes full; diikwlct balr.arttr a fow applktUons, It also brlngi; back the slots and liiilro and elves It an appearaaee of abun- dance.' Sold by 1, D, botham Co, ;